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Reflections on Student Success and Completion Presented by Katherine McLain December 7, 2012 Data provided by CRC Research Office, LRCCD Institutional.

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1 Reflections on Student Success and Completion Presented by Katherine McLain December 7, 2012 Data provided by CRC Research Office, LRCCD Institutional Research Office and the CCCCO DataMart

2 Overview Reflect on data indicating there are... – many things we do very well – some areas where change might be warranted – environmental factors that are requiring change

3 The Internal Environment Good News

4 Improved Student Success Course SuccessPersistenceRetention

5 Improved Program Completion CertificatesDegreesTransfer

6 Student Success Measure Change Fall Course Success66.6%69.7%3.1% Degree Applications % Certificate Petitions % CSU Transfers % UC Transfers % Transfer Ready (Fall) %

7 CRC Average Course Success Rates By Academic Year and Course Level

8 The Internal Environment Not Such Good News

9 Student Success Milestone CompletionBasic Skills Progression RatesDegree/Certificate Awards Issue

10 Fall 2006 First-Time Students 28% of original group

11 Time to Transfer (n=1122)

12 Certificate/Degrees In the past ten years – Sixty-six of the 126 certificates we have awarded (52.4%) had 10 or fewer recipients. – Ten certificates (in our inventory since 2005) have never been awarded. – Forty-one of the 83 degrees we have awarded (49.4%) had 10 or fewer recipients. – Five degrees (in our inventory since 2005) have never been awarded.

13 Program Offerings Issue GE Offerings Issue Day/Evening Issue Other Observations

14 GE Offerings CategoryRequirementCapacity CSU A17.5%3.1% IGETC Area 424%37.6% CRC Area 2A11%3%

15 Other Observations Over the past two years, there has been a significant decrease in the percentage of students who attend CRC only at night. We have 205 courses with only one section in our fall schedule. Twenty courses in our inventory since 2005 have not been offered since In the past ten years, approximately 38% of our course offerings have been offered every semester.

16 The External Environment - Calls for Change! Legislative Analysts Office Economic Uncertainty College Completion Agenda Decreasing Resources Research Reports Performance Based Funding Student Success Task Force The Legislature Privately Funded Student Success Initiatives Accreditation New Transfer Degrees

17 Changing Emphasis Access Student Success Access Program Completion Autonomy Accountability Autonomy Efficiency

18 Common Interests Student Success Program Completion Educational Equity Social Justice Effective utilization of resources Fiscal Responsibility


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