Fact Book 2021

Fact Book 2021

The Office of Institutional Research is pleased to present the Fall 2021 John Jay College of Criminal Justice Fact Book.   

The data presented herein reflects the John Jay College student population in their journey towards earning their credentials if degree- or certificate-seeking.  Metrics such as retention rates, graduation rates, credentials awarded reflect activity of John Jay College "home" institution students while at John Jay College.  "Home" institution students are those students whose primary college of enrollment is John Jay (i.e., excludes permit-ins).

All of the data in this Fact Book are extracted from the CUNY Institutional Research Database of the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Budget, Finance, and Information Services, The City University of New York.   

Fall 2021 SAT scores are unavailable.  SAT scores were not required for new freshmen admission to CUNY schools for the fall 2021 semester.  Therefore, they are unavailable for reporting.  This will be the case for fall 2022 new students, as well.

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John Jay Fall Enrollment


Degree- and Certificate-Seeking Undergraduate Students


Baccalaureate Retention and Graduation Rates


Undergraduate Level Awards


Degree- and Advanced Certificate-Seeking Graduate Students


Graduate Level Awards