The NCAA released Graduation Success Rate and Federal Graduation Rate scores for all of its Division I athletic programs Thursday.
The GSR and FGR are separate from the NCAA's Academic Performance Rates, which can lead to penalties for schools that score poorly. (Those will be released in spring 2014.)
According to a release from Maryland, the GSR is a four-year measure of freshmen and transfer student-athletes who entered the university between the fall of 2003 and the spring of 2007. It does not penalize the institution for student-athletes who transfer out in good academic standing, which the FGR does. In addition, the GSR includes student-athletes who transfer into the institution and receive athletics aid, unlike the FGR.
Above is a look at the overall scores from the nine Division I schools in the state. For a breakdown of each team's academic performance, visit the NCAA's website.