RESEARCH BY THE CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF RACE & EQUITY IN EDUCATION AT PENN GSE B L A C K M E N AT T H E T O P 2 5 B C S S C H O O L S A R E

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GRADUATION RATES of BLACK MALE ATHLETES
O RA N G E B OW L F I E S TA B O W L S U G A R B OW L

14 20

47%
CLEMSON BAYLOR

50%
ALABAMA

53%

—VS—
OHIO STATE

—VS—
CENTRAL FLORIDA

—VS—
OKLAHOMA

50%

47%

42%

R OS E B OW L

B C S N AT I O N A L C H A M P I O N S H I P

49%

82%

51%

37%

MICHIGAN STATE —VS— STANFORD

AUBURN —VS— FLORIDA STATE

On average, 50% of Black male student-athletes graduate within six years from universities in the seven major NCAA Division I sports conferences, compared to 67% of student-athletes overall, 73% of undergraduate students overall, and 56% of Black undergraduate men overall.

To download the Harper, Williams, and Blackman report on Black male student-athletes please visit www.gse.upenn.edu/equity/sports.

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