Institutional Research

 Mission

To assist College units in making informed decisions, the Office of Institutional Research collects, analyzes, and disseminates information about the College and College community in a timely and supportive manner.


 What is Institutional Research?

The Office of Institutional Research provides accurate and timely information to State and Federal agencies, as well as information dissemination services to residents of our service area and to the College community.


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 Current Graduation, Retention, and Transfer Rates

- Current Graduation Rate (Reported in IPEDS 2013‐2014 Report):

  10.2%

- 4 Year Graduation Rate (2010‐2011 to 2013‐2014): 10.4%

- Retention Rate (Reported in IPEDS 2013‐2014 Report): 63%

- Transfer Rate (Reported in IPEDS 2013‐2014 Report): 18.3%

 

Source: IPEDS Graduation Rates Reports 2010‐2011, 2011‐2012, 2012‐2012, 2013‐2014; IPEDS Fall Enrollment Report 2013‐2014

Updated: November 6, 2014

 FAQs

How do I request information from Inst. Research?


Procedure 2.03.01.26 (PDF)


What is the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and how does it protect my student education records?


FERPA (PDF)


What is student directory information?


Procedure 7.08.09.10 (PDF)


How do I request that a survey be conducted by Institutional Research?


Procedure 2.03.01.22 (PDF)


 

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 Institutional Data

Contains information regarding enrollment, retention, graduation, FTIC, and grade distributions.


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 Fact Books

Contains annual current and comprehensive demographic information that provides a detailed description of our College and the students we serve.


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 Survey Forms and Survey Results

Survey Forms

Contains surveys forms conducted by the Institutional Research.

 

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Survey Results

Contains surveys results conducted by the Institutional Research.

 

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 Contact Information

Contains links to personnel in Institutional Research


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