INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Washington and Lee recently received the
2003 USA Today/NCAA Academic Achievement Award for placing among
the Top 10 schools in Division III for student-athlete graduate
W&L tied for sixth overall, graduating 92 percent of its student-athlete enrollment. Last year, the Generals placed eighth overall with a 90 percent graduation rate.
The University of New England ranked first with a 100 percent graduation rate, followed by Scranton (97%), Wellesley (96%), Marywood (95%), Middlebury (95%), W&L (92%), St. Benedict (92%), Rosemont (92%), Carleton (91%) and Johns Hopkins (91%).
The study is for freshmen who entered school in the fall of 1996, allowing six years to graduate.
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