The department is responsible for coordinating college-wide institutional research and effectiveness activities in support of college decision-making, strategic planning and evaluation, and quality enhancement.
- Assists in promoting the culture that values assessment and evidence-based decision making.
- Provides empirical, reliable information for planning and policy development.
- Continues to expand knowledge and use of innovative tools and technology.
Dean, Institutional Effectiveness & Innovation
College Statistical Information
Official Annual Reporting Information
Updated July 1, 2022.
The following data are reported to the US Department of Education through the Integrated Post-Secondary Education Data System (IPEDS) and are included here to help students make informed decisions about attending college.
Diversity of Enrollment & of Federal Pell Grant Recipients
In Fall 2021 enrollment of all full-time undergraduate students in credit programs was 1,253. Of these 60% were female and 40% were male. 1% were American Indian/Alaska Native, 5% were Asian/Pacific Islander, 5% were Black, 28% were Hispanic, 51% were White, and 6% were Two or More Races.
Federal Pell Grant recipients comprised 16% of the full-time enrolled students in Fall 2020. Of these, 68% were female and 31% were male. 52% of the Pell recipients identified themselves as members of a racial or ethnic minority.
37% of the first-time, full-time undergraduate students who enrolled in Fall 2020 returned in Fall 2021. The part-time student retention rate was 32%.
Graduation and Transfer Rates
The 3-year graduation rate for full-time students entering in Fall 2018 was 13%. The 3-year transfer-out rate was 20%.
4 Year Average Graduation & Transfers-Out Rate
The 4-year average graduation rate for full-time students entering in Fall 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 was 6%. The 4-year average transfer-out rate was 29%.
The IPEDS Graduation and Transfer Rate metrics are based on a first-time, full-time, degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate student cohort, as defined by the US Department of Education. In Fall of 2018 (the cohort used for calculating the Graduation and Transfer Rates updated in 2022), less than 2% of our students met the criteria to be included in the cohort.