How do graduation rates for American Indians compare with the general population?

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College graduation rates are lower for American Indians than any other minority group, according to the American Indian Higher Education Consortium. Only 30 percent of American Indian students completed bachelor’s degree within six years of enrolling, compared with 54 percent of all students.

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