Institutional Effectiveness

Statistics

Latest Graduation Rates

Data is collected on the number of students entering the institution as full-time, first-time, degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students in a particular year (cohort); by race/ethnicity and gender; the number completing their program within 150 percent of normal time to completion; and the number that transfer to other institutions if transfer is part of the institution's mission.

Annualized FTE Report (PDF)
Degrees Posted (PDF)
First-Time Full-Time Fall to Fall Retention (PDF)
FY 2017 Graduation Rates (PDF)
FY 2016 Graduation Rates (PDF)

FY 2015 Graduation Rates (PDF) 
FY 2014 Graduation Rates (PDF) 
FY 2013 Graduation Rates (PDF)
FY 2012 Graduation Rates (PDF)
FY 2011 Graduation Rates (PDF)

Tracking Transfers

PDF document by the Community College Research Center about new measures of institutional and state effectiveness in helping community college students attain bachelor's degrees.

The Student Achievement Measure (SAM) tracks student movement across postsecondary institutions to provide a more complete picture of undergraduate student progress and completion within the higher education system.
Student Achievement Measure (SAM)

Student Outcomes