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    Learn more about who we are, what we offer, and what makes us different—our academic process.

  • The Year in Review

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    Annual Report 2012-2013

    Kaplan University is pleased to publish the fourth edition of its annual Academic Report: The Year in Review 2012–2013. Through this report, our university demonstrates its ongoing commitment to student outcomes and to transparency. This edition provides an overview of our progress and contributions to expanding access to higher education. The report focuses on the University’s student-centered service and support approach, our faculty and curriculum, and the ways in which we are innovating, delivering outcomes, and implementing career-focused student learning.

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  • Kaplan University Facts

    Kaplan University is dedicated to serving students who may not be well served by traditional postsecondary education institutions.

    • Most of our 45,000+ degree-seeking online and campus-based students are adult learners with families and students who work while pursuing higher education. 63% are older than 30; 76% are women.
    • We are a military-friendly school. Over 9,000 students are active military, veterans, or military spouses or dependents.
    • 90% of students complete their coursework in online programs; 10% enroll in campus programs.
    • Campus students took 54% of their courses online.
    • Student involvement in co-curricular activities was high, as more than 5,900 students were members of at least one student organization.
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  • Satisfied Students

    • From our regular graduate survey, we learned that 89% of respondents believe their educational program met their expectations, 83% would recommend the University to others, and 80% reported that their education was relevant to their career goals.
    • Kaplan University is an outcomes-focused institution. Our unique course-level assessment framework specifies and measures outcomes in nearly every course and program for every student. And, we use these data to improve our curriculum content and design.
    • With an average class size of 18 for undergraduate and 13 for graduate-level courses, faculty can work individually with each student. 
     
       
     
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