Somerset, NJ Retention Rates

Retention rate: N/A
This retention rate represents still enrolled or completed first-time, full-time students who completed their program of study at American Institute during the Fall 2016 cohort. The campus began teaching classes in 2017, so no retention rate can be calculated at this time.


The retention rates below were computed as a percentage and includes statistical data for ACICS accredited programs offered at American Institute. This report is updated annually and is available to all students upon request.
  • Campus-wide rate: 95%
  • Administrative Office Professional: 100%
  • Dental Assisting: 86%
  • Massage Therapy: N/A
  • Medical Assisting: 100%
The retention rate calculations above are as of 11/15/2017, as required by the institution’s former accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) for enrollments from 7/1/2016 to 6/30/2017.

The student achievement rates for graduation, placement, and/or licensure examination disclosed above are provided for information purposes only. They are based on data submitted to ACICS in fulfillment of accountability requirements but have not been 100% verified or tested for complete accuracy. These are the self-reported data submitted to ACICS by the institution in its most recent Campus Accountability Report. Students should give the information appropriate weight in making an enrollment decision.

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