Statistical Information for Faculty and Staff

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Enrollment Summaries 
Includes profiles of students by semester, as well as current semester and annual headcount summaries, and FTE tables.

Enrollment Summaries by Campus
Includes profiles of students by semester, as well as current semester, annual headcount summaries, and FTE tables by campus.

Enrollment Summaries by Zip Code
Includes enrollment tables by zip code and city for students enrolled in on-campus, and CCA online courses.

Enrollment and FTE by Discipline 
Enrollment and FTE by Discipline Tables for Fall, Spring and Summer Semesters and Annual enrollment and FTE.

Average Class Size 
Average Class Size reports (clustered) for Summer, Fall, and Spring Semesters (Summer Semester is a new report as of Summer 2010)

Gatekeeper Courses
Includes information about success/failure and attrition rates for high enrollment college level and developmental education courses

Surveys 
Here you can find information about surveys conducted by IR or by CCCS.  This includes the Graduate Follow-Up Survey, Student Satisfaction Survey, and Faculty and Staff Satisfaction Survey.

IPEDS Snapshot CCA
Snapshot of CCA from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) of the National Center for Educaton Statistics (NCES).

Common Data Set
The Common Data Set (CDS) was developed by the Association of Institutional Research in concert with College Board, Peterson's, and U.S. News & World Report. All data in the profiles come from certified institutional sources using common data definitions, so the Common Data Set is a good source of data for grants and surveys and a good way to compare institutions.

 

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