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Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools

SUMMARY OF KEY OPERATING STATISTICS Data collected from the 2010 Annual Institutional Report


Welcome............................................................................................1 Annual Institutional Report Data 

Enrollment Data .............................................................................2

Retention Data ...............................................................................7

Placement Data ..............................................................................9

Retention and Placement Analysis by Demographic Factors ..............11

Retention and Placement Average by State .....................................12

Program Lengths and Tuition and Fees

Top Programs by Number ..............................................................14

Top Programs by Enrollment ..........................................................15

Average Program Contact Hours by Degree Level and Program ..........16

Average Tuition and Fees by Degree Level and Program ....................23

Annual Financial Report Data

Income Statement ........................................................................31

Balance Sheets ............................................................................34

Analysis of Balance Sheet .............................................................34


WELCOME

T

he Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) provides the Summary of Key Operating

Statistics (KOS) as an annual review of the performance and key measurements of the more than 850 private post-secondary institutions we accredit. This edition of the KOS contains information based on the 2010 Annual Institutional Reports (AIR) submitted by ACICS-accredited institutions. It reflects activity during a reporting year that begins on July 1 and concludes on June 30. With each submission of the AIR, accredited institutions provide comprehensive back-up information ACICS uses during on-site evaluation visits to verify the accuracy of the data. This report also includes summary information regarding financial conditions of ACICS institutions. The information is derived from the Annual Financial Report (AFR) provided to ACICS after each fiscal year. ACICS looks forward to working with member institutions to strengthen educational outcomes and to ensure that high-quality education is available to more than 800,000 students enrolled at ACICS-accredited institutions.

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ENROLLMENT DATA The following definitions are used by institutions when providing enrollment information:

Credential Level

Indicates the highest level of programs an institution offers under its grant of accreditation.

Institution

Either a main or branch campus but not a learning site. Learning site data is aggregated with the information of the host campus.

Enrollment at the Beginning of the Reporting Period The number of students enrolled on July 1.

New Starts

The number of students enrolled for the first time or who graduated from a program and enrolled for the first time in a different program between July 1 and June 30 of the subsequent year.

Re-entries

The number of returning students who enrolled in the institution between July 1 and June 30, who had previously withdrawn from your institution.

Number of Students

1,000,000

881,262

800,000 600,000

700,775 560,418

556,542

2006

2007

598,684

400,000 200,000 0

2008

2009

2010

Reporting Year

Total Enrollment at ACICS-Accredited Institutions 2


313,696

300,000 250,000

196,221 200,000

143,862

150,000

127,980 99,503

100,000 50,000 0

Non-Degree

Occupational Associate's Degree

Academic Associate's Degree

Bachelor's Degree

Master's Degree

Credential Level

2010 Student Enrollment by Credential Level

300

267

250

Number of Institutions

Number of Students

350,000

200 150

195

172 129

100

56

50 0

Non-Degree Occupational Academic Associate's Associate's Degree Degree

Bachelor's Degree

Master's Degree

Credential Level

2010 ACICS-Accredited Institutions by Credential Level 3


Enrollment Data (continued)

All Institutions

Non-degree

Occupational Associate’s

Academic Associate’s

Bachelor’s

Master’s

N = 819

N = 172

N = 129

N = 195

N = 267

N = 56

Enrollment at Beginning of Period

379,214

55,896

42,607

80,415

143,560

56,766

New Starts

470,971

84594

53,535

109,189

157,112

66,541

Reentries

31,047

3,372

3,361

6,617

13,024

4,673

Total Enrollment During Reporting Year

881,262

143,862

99,503

196,221

313,696

127,980

Number of Enrollees Without a High School Diploma or DEG Certificate While Enrolled

49,458

13,548

6,138

16,735

5,598

7,394

Number of Enrollees Who Obtained a GED Certificate While Enrolled

4,342

416

616

1,235

416

1,659

148,191

1,049

5,949

11,359

49,729

80,105

Completed a Full Program

3,261

1,454

792

507

171

337

Graduated from a Program

167,906

45,856

21,876

42,563

42,830

14,781

1,081

31

67

104

740

139

Withdrew

251,414

32,217

26,142

55,910

92,245

44,900

Still Enrolled at the End of the Period

447,639

62,363

50,022

96,370

172,564

66,320

Students Who Withdrew to Accept Employment in Their Field of Training

800

263

173

63

273

28

Number of Enrollees in One or More Courses through Distance Learning

Withdrew due to Military Service

N = Number of ACICS-Accredited Institutions Note: Institutions are classified according to the highest credential awarded, but they also may offer lower credentials. For example, a bachelor’s degree institution also may offer non-degree or associate’s degree programs. The enrollment descriptions above are for institutions as a whole and therefore may include students in lower level programs.

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1200

1,077 956 840

843

852

2006

2007

2008

800 600 400 200 0

2009

2010

Reporting Year

Average Enrollment

791

800

Number of Students

Number of Students

1000

700 600

705 598

636

598

500 400 300 200 100 0

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Reporting Year

Median Enrollment

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Enrollment Data (continued) 91 75 52 47 43 35 32 30 26 25

Florida California Ohio Pennsylvania Texas New York Indiana Puerto Rico Kentucky Virginia

States with the Greatest Number of ACICS-Accredited Institutions

7,522

Reporting Year

2006 2006

2007

2008

7,522 2007

7,151 2008

7,654 2009

8,483

2009

2010

9,356

2010

0

0

5,000

7,151 7,654 8,483 9,356 5,000 10,000

Part-Time

15,879 15,879 16,786 18,568 20,941 21,866 10,000

Part-Time Full-Time 16,786

Full-Time

18,568 20,941 21,866 15,000

20,000

25,000

15,000 20,000 25,000 Members 30,000 Number of Faculty

30,000 35,000

Faculty Members 6

35,000


RETENTION AND PLACEMENT Retention Data Institutions report retention outcomes based on the total enrollment and withdrawals during the reporting period. The following definitions apply in determining the appropriate retention classification. Withdrawal A student who is no longer enrolled at the institution and

(1) has failed to attend the full length of the program;

(2) has not maintained satisfactory academic progress;

(3) has failed courses or substitute courses permitted by the institution;

(4) has not attained speeds or competencies required;

(5) is not eligible for a credential; or

(6) failed to meet the institution’s attendance and/or graduation requirements.

Retention Rates Retention rates are calculated for each institution according to standard formulas adopted by the Council. Retention Percentage Rate = (A – B) / A A = Beginning Enrollment and Reentries plus New Starts B = Withdrawals

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Retention Data (continued)

80

60 50 40 30

Retention Rate (%)

70

71

80 70

71

71

71

71

7575

71

Standard Deviation

Standard Deviation

Retention Rate

60

Retention Rate

50 40 30 20

12

14

12

0 12

2006

12

2007

9

8

10

20

7373

14

2008

2009

10

2010

8

9

Reporting Year (%)

0

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Average Retention Rates by Reporting Year

Retention Rate (%)

85

80

77 75

74

74 71

71

Bachelor's Degree

Master's Degree

70

65

Non-Degree Occupational Academic Associate's Associate's Degree Degree

Credential Level

2010 Retention Rates by Credential Level 8


Placement Data Institutions report placement outcomes for graduates and completers as of the submission date of the AIR. The following definitions apply in determining the appropriate placement classification. Completer A student who is no longer enrolled at the institution and who either has completed the time allowed or has attempted the maximum allowable number of credits for the program of study, but who did not accomplish one of the following graduation requirements: (1) achieved a grade point average of at least 2.0; (2) attained required competencies or speed skills; or (3) satisfied non-academic requirements. Graduate A student who has (1) achieved a grade point average of 2.0 or greater at graduation; (2) successfully passed all courses in the program or substitute courses permitted by the institution;

(3) attained required competencies or speed levels in all courses; (4) met all clinical, internship, and externship requirements; (5) satisfied all non-academic requirements such as payment of tuition and fees, return of books, etc.; (6) satisfied all other academic requirements for graduation; (7) received the appropriate credential; and (8) ceased enrollment at the institution. In-Field A graduate is employed in a position that requires direct use of the skills taught in the program. Related Field A graduate is employed in a position that requires indirect use of the skills

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s degree

N = 172

N = 267

N = 56

171,167

47,310

22,668

43,070

43,001

15,118

Placed in Field of Study

82,524

24,189

12,047

21,488

18,776

6,024

Placed in a Related Field of Study

17,443

4,822

2,099

3,464

5,599

1,459

Placed Out of Field of Study

3,627

570

573

678

1,521

285

Not Available Due to Pregnancy or Other Health Situation

5,055

1,601

738

1,416

947

353

Not Available Due to Continuing Education

16,331

3,015

1,866

3,269

6,692

1,489

Not Available Due toActive Military Service

651

104

66

115

239

73

3,158

875

90

88

187

1,918

ESL Completers or Graduates Not Employed

N = 819

Not Available A graduate is documented as unavailable for placement because of pregnancy or other health-related situations; continuing education; active military service; ineligibility for placement in the United States due to visa status; or completion of a stand-alone English as a Second Language (ESL) program for which placement typically is not offered.

Academic Associate’s N = 195

International Student Possessing an I-20 Visa

Non-degree

Out-of-Field A graduate is employed in a position that does not require use of the skills taught in the program.

Occupational Associate’s N = 129

Total Number of Completers and Graduates Eligible for Placement

All Institutions

taught in the program.

1,374

411

533

214

0

216

41,004

11,723

4,656

12,338

8,986

3,301

Note: Data does not include institutions that did not have students eligible for placement.

Placement rates are calculated for each institution according to standard formulas adopted by the Council. Placement Percentage Rate = (PF + PR) / (G – U) PF = Placed in Field PR = Placed in Related Field

G = Graduates and Completers U = Unavailable for Placement

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Placement Data (Continued)

Placement Rate (%)

100 100

Standard Deviation Standard Deviation

74 74

80 72 80 72

74 74

71 71

Placement Rate Placement Rate

71 71

60 60 40 40 20 20 0

0

21 21

2006 2006

21 21

2007 2007

23 23 10 10 2008 2008

2009 2009

11 11 2010 2010

Reporting Year

2010 Average Placement Rates by Reporting Year

100

Placement Rate (%)

75

71

76

69

72

76

50

25

0

Non-Degree Occupational Academic Associate's Associate's Degree Degree

Bachelor's Degree

Master's Degree

Note: Data does not include institutions that did not have students eligible for placement.

Credential Level

2010 Average Placement Rates by Credential Level 10


Retention and Placement Analysis by Demographic Factors Total

2010 Retention

2010 Placement

All institutions

819

73

71

Urban Population Greater than 500K

343

74

71

Urban Population Between 150K and 500K

207

73

72

Urban Population Less than 150K

93

73

73

Suburban

132

76

73

Rural

44

73

73

Nondegree

172

77

71

Occupational Associate’s Degree

129

74

76

Academic Associate’s Degree

195

74

69

Bachelor’s Degree

267

72

72

Master’s Degree

56

75

76

Note: For purposes of calculating retention, students who withdraw due to military service or to enroll in another institution under the same owner are not included.

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Retention and Placement Average by State 2006

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Retention 2007 2008

2009

2010

2006

Placement 2007 2008

2009

2010

Alabama

73

60

64

68

66

71

72

45

71

68

Alaska

72

68

81

76

72

72

66

82

82

88

Arizona

74

73

76

75

75

76

79

72

71

70

Arkansas

64

70

65

61

62

56

34

83

67

72

California

74

76

76

79

79

77

74

68

76

73

Colorado

62

67

69

72

74

62

81

69

74

69

Connecticut

73

74

73

76

78

70

69

79

76

72

Florida

71

73

72

74

72

77

77

71

74

68

Georgia

67

68

66

69

69

72

81

72

72

74

Hawaii

77

77

75

n/a

n/a

69

75

70

n/a

n/a

Idaho

62

72

53

79

81

84

93

54

69

73

Illinois

72

71

71

72

74

74

76

75

73

73

Indiana

68

65

69

71

72

75

77

69

75

76

Iowa

n/a

n/a

80

70

78

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

100

Kansas

70

55

57

67

68

71

59

47

76

80

Kentucky

69

67

69

74

68

70

69

78

74

69

Louisiana

64

73

70

74

68

77

71

67

75

76

Maine

64

67

67

71

72

63

71

66

69

69

Maryland

70

71

74

74

77

62

81

59

68

65

Massachusetts

73

75

73

75

75

75

78

76

69

73

Michigan

72

70

70

74

74

69

70

71

73

71

Minnesota

70

71

67

74

73

82

84

76

75

80

Mississippi

59

64

76

78

69

33

76

73

83

72

Missouri

73

68

75

79

76

69

77

76

74

73


2006

Retention 2007 2008

2009

2010

2006

Placement 2007 2008

2009

2010

Nebraska

67

76

75

71

72

66

73

67

67

75

Nevada

67

77

67

80

79

74

74

64

74

70

New Hampshire

n/a

n/a

98

95

88

n/a

n/a

91

66

70

New Jersey

80

78

76

78

76

71

75

78

77

73

New Mexico

50

73

76

81

82

58

57

79

78

70

New York

71

74

73

74

76

74

74

71

74

72

North Carolina

58

70

58

71

69

72

72

44

73

74

North Dakota

67

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

80

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Ohio

64

64

66

74

69

62

65

67

74

73

Oklahoma

77

67

53

68

70

49

50

67

80

68

Oregon

73

70

75

78

78

61

77

75

69

66

Pennsylvania

74

74

74

76

75

78

79

79

76

75

Puerto Rico

76

73

74

75

71

77

75

75

73

72

Rhode Island

72

73

71

76

76

73

75

77

70

65

South Carolina

73

80

74

75

79

80

68

57

80

76

South Dakota

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

62

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

73

Tennessee

66

68

70

70

69

60

58

69

74

68

Texas

70

71

71

75

76

72

74

72

71

67

Utah

64

66

68

74

72

83

84

85

81

79

Virginia

67

67

72

73

75

73

71

72

75

71

Washington

74

74

67

78

81

74

77

67

70

68

West Virginia

69

71

72

70

71

77

79

77

73

73

Wisconsin

67

69

59

72

76

73

74

45

71

70

Wyoming

74

82

71

70

69

n/a

87

91

90

85

International

78

82

87

85

78

51

71

90

82

82

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PROGRAM CONTACT HOURS/TUITION & FEES

ACICS is required to monitor the average program lengths and tuition and fees of similar programs of study of its accredited institutions in order to maintain compliance with the U.S. Department of Education accrediting agency recognition provisions. In keeping with this requirement, Section 2-1-807 of the Accreditation Criteria, Program Length and Tuition and Fees, states that the Council will collect and provide data relative to program length and tuition and fees to all ACICS-accredited institutions. The charts on the following pages identify the average program length and tuition and fees charged by credential for selected programs. The data were derived from the statistical information reported on the 2010 Annual Institutional Reports (AIR) by all ACICS-accredited institutions. The program codes given correspond with those used to report program data on the AIR. To maintain confidentiality, ACICS does not publish information for programs that are offered by fewer than ten institutions (regardless of credential level).

Top Programs by Number Number of Institutions Offering Programs

Business Administration and Management Medical/Clinical Assistant Criminal Justice/ Law Enforcement Accounting Legal Assistant/ Paralegal Computer Systems Networking/Telecommunications Massage Therapy Medical Office Assistant Administrative Assistant Medical Adminstrative Assistant

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1,012 661 572 521 409 304 298 294 285 267


Top Programs by Enrollment Number of Students Enrolled in Programs

Medical/Clinical Assistant Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Business Administration and Management Computer Systems Networking/Telecommunications Medical Insurance Specialist/ Medical Biller Computer and Electronics Engineering Technology Medical Office Assistant Cooking and Related Culinary Arts Pharmacy Assistant Computer Drafting and Design

147,884 75, 815 59,497 42,575 34,715 29,402 24,678 23, 448 23,004 21,851

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AVERAGE PROGRAM CONTACT HOURS BY DEGREE LEVEL & PROGRAM CERTIFICATE Program

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Program Code

Number of Programs

Average Contact Hours

Standard Deviation

DAY

EVENING

DAY

EVENING

DAY

EVENING

Accounting

52.0301

30

30

565

565

150

150

Administrative Assistant

52.0401

30

25

782

745

235

252

Business Administration and Management

52.0201

28

25

553

587

168

136

Business Office Technology

52.0407

27

25

710

722

266

269

Computer Systems Networking/ Telecommunications

11.0901

20

20

561

569

220

207

Cooking and Related Culinary Arts

12.0500

23

23

817

817

228

228

Cosmetology

12.0401

23

23

906

906

499

499

Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement

43.0103

12

10

622

642

186

199

Dental Assistant

51.0601

12

12

707

707

219

219

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

51.0910

12

11

1,870

1,862

179

186

English as a Second Language

13.1401

20

15

673

685

309

231

Health Services/Allied Health/ Health Sciences

51.0000

11

10

941

969

345

350

Legal Administrative Assistant

22.0301

14

12

725

646

233

163

Legal Assistant/Paralegal

22.0302

32

32

504

504

124

124

Massage Therapy

51.3501

26

24

798

799

125

130

Medical Administrative Assistant

51.0716

29

27

766

733

193

183

Medical Insurance Coding Specialist/Coder

51.0713

28

25

692

705

197

205

Medical Insurance Specialist/Medical Biller

51.0714

39

45

768

762

227

212

Medical Office Assistant

51.0710

41

39

800

778

220

208

Medical/Clinical Assistant

51.0801

81

79

807

809

173

155

Nursing/Patient Care Assistant

51.1614

13

11

606

637

429

455

Pharmacy Assistant

51.0805

37

34

697

718

216

213

Phlebotomy

51.1009

17

16

372

392

189

176

Web Page and Digital/Multimedia Design

11.0801

9

10

694

704

233

222


DIPLOMA Program

Program Code

Number of Programs

Average Contact Hours

DAY

EVENING

DAY

EVENING

Standard Deviation DAY

EVENING

Accounting

52.0301

174

152

753

729

255

254

Administrative Assistant

52.0401

130

103

829

804

290

287

Aesthetician/Esthetician and Skin Care Specialist

12.0409

30

29

790

794

253

256

Automotive Mechanics Technology

47.0604

16

16

1,224

1,224

138

138

Baking and Pastry Arts

12.0501

23

17

963

978

200

219

Banking and Financial Support Services

52.0803

20

20

1,072

1,072

36

36

Barbering/Barber

12.0402

22

22

1,135

1,135

167

167

Business Administration and Management

52.0201

121

121

650

650

252

252

Business Office Technology

52.0407

43

33

719

646

274

224

Cardiovascular Technology

51.0901

16

16

1,307

1,307

538

538

Computer and Information Systems Security

11.1003

13

14

1,042

1,002

221

243

Computer Installation and Repair Technology

47.0104

39

37

734

675

279

210

Computer Software and Media Applications

11.0899

23

18

802

767

191

188

Computer Systems Networking/ Telecommunications

11.0901

38

37

909

890

203

183

Computer Systems Technology

15.1202

40

40

998

992

209

214

Cooking and Related Culinary Arts

12.0500

35

24

947

961

241

226

Cosmetology

12.0401

81

70

1,142

1,145

347

333

Court Reporting

22.0303

18

17

2,553

2,496

1,109

1,126

Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement

43.0103

36

35

926

928

403

409

Data Entry/Microcomputer Applications

11.0601

44

40

670

643

411

411

Data Processing Technology

11.0301

24

22

658

643

157

154

Dental Assistant

51.0601

72

67

878

884

175

178

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

51.0910

12

10

1,840

1,828

251

296

Drafting and Design Technology

15.1301

13

13

948

948

242

242

Electrical/Electronics Maintenance and Repair Technician

47.0199

45

45

932

932

226

226

Emergency Medical Technology

51.0904

15

15

1,082

1,082

346

346

Health and Physical Education/Fitness

31.0599

16

16

788

788

150

150

Heating, A/C and Refrigeration Technology

15.0501

37

38

919

913

279

272

Human Resources Management

52.1001

12

12

937

937

270

270

Information Technology

11.0103

27

26

629

626

230

232

Legal Administrative Assistant

22.0301

65

51

857

827

197

203

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AVERAGE PROGRAM CONTACT HOURS BY DEGREE LEVEL & PROGRAM DIPLOMA (CONTINUED) Program

18

Program Code

Number of Programs

Average Contact Hours

DAY

EVENING

DAY

EVENING

Standard Deviation DAY

EVENING

Legal Assistant/Paralegal

22.0302

43

42

830

814

332

319

Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse

51.1613

45

35

1,274

1,249

266

256

Massage Therapy

51.3501

176

174

825

826

134

134

Medical Administrative Assistant

51.0716

107

105

808

791

184

184

Medical Insurance Coding Specialist/Coder

51.0713

124

123

766

768

175

174

Medical Insurance Specialist/Medical Biller

51.0714

126

124

765

754

142

161

Medical Office Assistant

51.0710

189

172

795

765

273

252

Medical Transcription

51.0708

30

29

866

865

342

346

Medical/Clinical Assistant

51.0801

300

292

879

876

190

190

Nail Technician/Specialist and Manicurist

12.0410

14

14

719

712

150

154

Nursing

51.1601

11

8

1,148

1,000

425

404

Nursing/Patient Care Assistant

51.1614

57

54

820

793

375

365

Pharmacy Assistant

51.0805

119

115

770

768

129

128

Phlebotomy

51.1009

21

21

646

646

317

317

Plumbing Technology

46.0503

11

11

775

775

124

124

Radiologic Technology

51.0911

12

11

1,078

944

488

160

Respiratory Therapy Assistant

51.0812

12

11

1,337

1,306

277

267

Security/Loss Prevention Services

43.0109

12

11

829

839

258

268

Surgical Technology

51.0909

38

34

1,206

1,204

155

156

Tourism and Travel Services Management

52.0903

21

12

1,015

1,022

166

159

Web Page and Digital/Multimedia Design

11.0801

14

14

818

818

169

169

Word Processing

11.0602

9

7

861

807

215

256


OCCUPATIONAL ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE Program

Program Code

Number of Programs

Average Contact Hours

DAY

DAY

EVENING

EVENING

Standard Deviation DAY

EVENING

Accounting

52.0301

69

55

1,413

1,347

791

871

Administrative Assistant

52.0401

61

45

1,441

1,337

269

181

Banking and Financial Support Services

52.0803

14

14

1,178

1,178

64

64

Business Administration and Management

52.0201

126

104

1,305

1,236

323

270

Computer Software and Media Applications

11.0899

10

6

1,390

1,266

197

147

Computer Systems Networking/ Telecommunications

11.0901

26

25

1,382

1,317

214

202

Computer Systems Technology

15.1202

21

19

1,812

1,282

2,314

179

Cooking and Related Culinary Arts

12.0500

11

11

1,576

1,576

221

221

Cosmetology

12.0401

15

12

1,717

1,652

420

429

Court Reporting

22.0303

29

27

2,765

2,797

1,270

1,308

Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement

43.0103

43

41

1,241

1,204

263

234

Dental Assistant

51.0601

11

10

1,363

1,376

347

363

Health Information Technology

51.0707

25

21

1,383

1,323

288

222

Human Resources Management

52.1001

14

14

1,186

1,186

113

113

Information Technology

11.0103

14

11

1,314

1,234

280

183

Legal Administrative Assistant

22.0301

26

14

1,519

1,236

298

405

Legal Assistant/Paralegal

22.0302

35

32

1,281

1,245

235

218

Marketing/Marketing Management

52.1401

27

26

1,222

1,205

195

177

Massage Therapy

51.3501

40

38

1,306

1,301

194

195

Medical Administrative Assistant

51.0716

52

40

1,438

1,359

331

317

Medical Insurance Coding Specialist/Coder

51.0713

26

23

1,288

1,268

242

248

Medical Insurance Specialist/Medical Biller

51.0714

20

20

1,243

1,243

100

100

Medical Office Assistant

51.0710

21

12

1,282

1,146

450

434

Medical/Clinical Assistant

51.0801

86

77

1,383

1,346

294

277

Pharmacy Assistant

51.0805

13

13

1,123

1,123

192

192

Surgical Technology

51.0909

18

16

1,459

1,459

150

155

19


AVERAGE PROGRAM CONTACT HOURS BY DEGREE LEVEL & PROGRAM ACADEMIC ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE Program

20

Program Code

Number of Programs

Average Contact Hours

Standard Deviation

DAY

EVENING

DAY

EVENING

DAY

EVENING

Accounting

52.0301

176

171

1,140

1,130

136

128

Administrative Assistant

52.0401

61

53

1,239

1,223

165

164

Advertising

09.0903

10

10

1,320

1,320

105

105

Baking and Pastry Arts

12.0501

16

11

1,520

1,447

254

275

Business Administration and Management

52.0201

291

288

1,100

1,095

215

219

Business Office Technology

52.0407

24

25

1,167

1,157

152

156

Cardiovascular Technology

51.0901

18

18

1,544

1,544

399

399

Cinematography and Film/Video Production

50.0602

11

7

1,262

1,128

275

164

Computer and Electronics Engineering Technology

15.0303

127

127

1,163

1,163

127

127

Computer and Information Systems Security

11.1003

11

11

1,234

1,234

119

119

Computer Drafting and Design

15.1302

137

137

1,180

1,180

102

102

Computer Engineering Technology

15.1201

13

13

1,344

1,344

113

113

Computer Programming

11.0201

109

103

1,183

1,156

139

91

Computer Science

11.0701

18

18

1,150

1,094

111

269

Computer Software and Media Applications

11.0899

70

70

1,154

1,154

102

102

Computer Systems Networking/ Telecommunications

11.0901

201

199

1,164

1,155

131

114

Computer Systems Technology

15.1202

29

29

1,175

1,175

57

57

Cooking and Related Culinary Arts

12.0500

36

24

1,482

1,500

385

318

Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement

43.0103

273

274

1,042

1,039

152

149

Dental Assistant

51.0601

21

19

1,383

1,350

232

216

Design and Visual Communications

50.0401

102

102

1,139

1,139

61

61

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

51.0910

10

9

1,765

1,856

439

352

Drafting and Design Technology

15.1301

24

24

1,269

1,269

206

206

Early Childhood Education

13.1210

15

16

1,236

1,215

96

125

Electrical/Electronics Maintenance and Repair Technician

47.0199

11

11

1,055

1,055

295

295

Fashion Merchandising

52.1902

25

20

1,192

1,107

271

180

Fashion/Apparel Design

50.0407

19

14

1,263

1,176

205

118

General Studies

24.0102

10

4

951

914

109

334

Graphic Design

50.0409

78

60

1,295

1,246

312

277

Health and Physical Education/Fitness

31.0599

11

11

1,347

1,347

43

43

Health Care Administration/Management

51.0701

40

39

1,173

1,168

141

134


Program

Program Code

Number of Programs

Average Contact Hours

Standard Deviation

DAY

EVENING

DAY

EVENING

DAY

EVENING

Health Information Technology

51.0707

48

48

1,176

1,176

76

76

Health Services/Allied Health/ Health Sciences

51.0000

12

12

1,870

1,870

2,779

2,779

Hotel/Motel Administration/Management

52.0904

10

8

992

984

83

64

Human Resources Management

52.1001

17

17

1,051

1,051

57

57

Information Technology

11.0103

54

52

1,207

1,202

168

170

Interior Design

50.0408

22

19

1,253

1,204

249

193

Legal Administrative Assistant

22.0301

17

10

1,298

1,271

163

182

Legal Assistant/Paralegal

22.0302

247

239

1,126

1,111

161

135

Marketing/Marketing Management

52.1401

27

27

1,033

1,035

214

208

Massage Therapy

51.3501

55

54

1,252

1,249

122

121

Medical Administrative Assistant

51.0716

73

72

1,178

1,178

312

314

Medical Insurance Coding Specialist/Coder

51.0713

30

29

1,082

1,080

205

209

Medical Insurance Specialist/Medical Biller

51.0714

40

39

1,116

1,112

80

77

Medical Office Assistant

51.0710

38

35

1,118

1,093

229

216

Medical/Clinical Assistant

51.0801

183

178

1,226

1,219

159

156

Nursing

51.1601

17

14

1,594

1,585

275

297

Nursing/Registered Nurse

51.3801

43

36

1,575

1,585

132

137

Occupational Therapist Assistant

51.0803

13

11

1,597

1,621

153

118

Pharmacy Assistant

51.0805

59

59

1,387

1,213

1,356

252

Radiologic Technology

51.0911

14

13

1,975

1,887

609

535

Surgical Technology

51.0909

58

56

1,399

1,404

172

173

System Administration

11.1001

23

23

1,217

1,217

59

59

Tourism and Travel Services Management

52.0903

12

6

1,437

1,375

109

126

Veterinary/Animal Health Technology

51.0808

38

34

1,520

1,478

165

108

Web Page and Digital/Multimedia Design

11.0801

145

132

1,179

1,151

174

95

Web/Multimedia Management

11.1004

11

11

1,415

1,415

114

114

21


AVERAGE PROGRAM CONTACT HOURS BY DEGREE LEVEL & PROGRAM BACHELOR’S DEGREE Program

Program Code

Number of Programs

Average Contact Hours

Standard Deviation

DAY

DAY

EVENING

DAY

EVENING

EVENING

Accounting

52.0301

62

62

2,033

2,030

140

143

Advertising

09.0903

15

10

2,336

2,251

236

203

Animation/Interactive Technology/Video Graphics

10.0304

116

99

2,260

2,238

297

204

Business Administration and Management

52.0201

351

339

1,970

1,977

237

230

Cinematography and Film/Video Production

50.0602

18

10

2,375

2,467

715

633

Computer and Electronics Engineering Technology

15.0303

109

109

2,137

2,137

112

112

Computer and Information Systems Security

11.1003

127

127

2,136

2,133

131

130

Computer Graphics

11.0803

17

10

2,441

2,486

572

202

Computer Programming

11.0201

80

81

2,157

2,143

150

140

Computer Science

11.0701

16

15

2,008

2,033

408

250

Computer Software and Media Applications

11.0899

20

19

2,178

2,167

153

149

Construction Management

52.2001

113

111

2,129

2,123

130

114

Cooking and Related Culinary Arts

12.0500

20

11

2,635

2,798

786

641

Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement

43.0103

200

200

1,932

1,933

164

164

Design and Visual Communications

50.0401

14

11

2,513

2,476

276

301

E-Commerce

52.0208

21

21

2,036

2,036

149

149

Fashion Merchandising

52.1902

29

20

2,182

2,184

483

298

Fashion/Apparel Design

50.0407

20

14

2,337

2,220

384

388

General Studies

24.0102

23

5

1,827

1,647

29

418

Graphic Design

50.0409

40

32

2,354

2,351

472

325

Health Care Administration/Management

51.0701

91

92

2,007

2,008

180

182

Information Technology

11.0103

52

52

2,194

2,194

155

154

Interior Design

50.0408

43

34

2,449

2,429

505

247

Legal Assistant/Paralegal

22.0302

50

51

2,114

2,117

191

190

Nursing/Registered Nurse

51.3801

12

11

2,142

2,055

987

985

Photography

50.0605

16

11

2,541

2,539

378

447

System Administration

11.1001

12

12

2,100

2,100

0

0

Teacher Education

13.1206

12

11

2,368

2,255

408

133

Web Page and Digital/Multimedia Design

11.0801

33

18

2,469

2,459

442

214

MASTER’S DEGREE Program Business Administration and Management

22

Program Code 52.0201

Number of Programs DAY EVENING 65

51

Average Contact Hours DAY EVENING 618

608

Standard Deviation DAY EVENING 101

123


AVERAGE TUITION & FEES BY DEGREE LEVEL & PROGRAM CERTIFICATE Program

Program Code

Number of Programs DAY

EVENING

Average Tuition & Fees (in $) DAY

EVENING

Standard Deviation (in $) DAY

EVENING

Accounting

52.0301

30

30

12,595

12,595

3,887

3,887

Administrative Assistant

52.0401

30

25

12,203

11,746

3,278

3,690

Business Administration and Management

52.0201

28

25

13,514

14,217

3,023

2,322

Business Office Technology

52.0407

27

25

14,302

15,095

4,871

4,106

Computer Systems Networking/ Telecommunications

11.0901

20

20

14,142

14,249

5,336

5,120

Cooking and Related Culinary Arts

12.0500

23

23

18,714

17,950

4,314

5,427

Cosmetology

12.0401

23

23

11,851

11,864

6,443

6,472

Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement

43.0103

12

10

12,623

12,148

3,030

3,117

Dental Assistant

51.0601

12

12

14,124

14,124

3,645

3,645

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

51.0910

12

11

32,957

32,476

7,494

7,663

English as a Second Language

13.1401

20

15

5,266

5,422

3,168

3,053

Health Services/Allied Health/ Health Sciences

51.0000

11

10

14,637

14,691

4,356

4,587

Legal Administrative Assistant

22.0301

14

12

14,597

14,039

2,628

2,958

Legal Assistant/Paralegal

22.0302

32

32

15,606

15,606

2,443

2,443

Massage Therapy

51.3501

26

24

14,196

14,537

4,231

4,228

Medical Administrative Assistant

51.0716

29

27

14,423

14,479

3,736

3,925

Medical Insurance Coding Specialist/Coder

51.0713

28

25

12,759

14,290

5,917

4,075

Medical Insurance Specialist/Medical Biller

51.0714

39

45

14,630

14,377

3,135

2,988

Medical Office Assistant

51.0710

41

39

16,524

16,514

5,004

5,413

Medical/Clinical Assistant

51.0801

81

79

13,965

14,618

4,175

2,994

Nursing/Patient Care Assistant

51.1614

13

11

10,574

11,386

7,741

8,032

Pharmacy Assistant

51.0805

37

34

11,821

12,864

4,916

3,541

Phlebotomy

51.1009

17

16

7,215

7,616

4,511

4,392

Web Page and Digital/Multimedia Design

11.0801

9

10

17,870

18,560

7,014

6,964

23


AVERAGE TUITION & FEES BY DEGREE LEVEL & PROGRAM DIPLOMA Program

Program Code

Number of Programs DAY

24

EVENING

Average Tuition & Fees (in $) DAY

EVENING

Standard Deviation (in $) DAY

EVENING

Accounting

52.0301

174

152

14,877

15,206

5,569

5,958

Administrative Assistant

52.0401

130

103

14,140

14,577

4,692

4,999

Aesthetician/Esthetician and Skin Care Specialist

12.0409

30

29

10,281

10,197

2,050

2,034

Automotive Mechanics Technology

47.0604

16

16

16,096

16,096

7,115

7,115

Baking and Pastry Arts

12.0501

23

17

18,989

14,950

9,759

7,553

Banking and Financial Support Services

52.0803

20

20

9,295

9,295

671

671

Barbering/Barber

12.0402

22

22

9,991

9,625

3,324

3,916

Business Administration and Management

52.0201

121

121

15,945

15,945

7,565

7,565

Business Office Technology

52.0407

43

33

12,891

12,675

4,274

4,290

Cardiovascular Technology

51.0901

16

16

26,641

26,641

8,674

8,674

Computer and Information Systems Security

11.1003

13

14

21,948

21,252

3,107

3,743

Computer Installation and Repair Technology

47.0104

39

37

12,066

12,268

4,664

4,880

Computer Software and Media Applications

11.0899

23

18

12,843

12,089

2,928

2,694

Computer Systems Networking/ Telecommunications

11.0901

38

37

16,978

17,270

6,048

5,946

Computer Systems Technology

15.1202

40

40

12,444

12,419

4,764

4,742

Cooking and Related Culinary Arts

12.0500

35

24

21,538

18,511

9,574

8,465

Cosmetology

12.0401

81

70

12,674

12,610

5,835

5,907

Court Reporting

22.0303

18

17

31,512

34,937

16,117

19,597

Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement

43.0103

36

35

23,266

23,641

12,807

12,792

Data Entry/Microcomputer Applications

11.0601

44

40

9,138

8,986

3,339

3,373

Data Processing Technology

11.0301

24

22

11,731

11,729

1,900

1,986

Dental Assistant

51.0601

72

67

15,362

15,294

4,056

4,196

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

51.0910

12

10

32,311

33,044

6,487

6,992

Drafting and Design Technology

15.1301

13

13

12,890

12,890

5,798

5,798

Electrical/Electronics Maintenance and Repair Technician

47.0199

45

45

12,197

12,204

3,823

3,823

Emergency Medical Technology

51.0904

15

15

10,023

10,023

4,745

4,745

Health and Physical Education/Fitness

31.0599

16

16

16,246

16,246

5,770

5,770

Heating, A/C and Refrigeration Technology

15.0501

37

38

13,080

13,287

4,697

4,886


Program

Program Code

Number of Programs DAY

EVENING

Average Tuition & Fees (in $) DAY

EVENING

Standard Deviation (in $) DAY

EVENING

Human Resources Management

52.1001

12

12

23,320

23,320

1,075

1,075

Information Technology

11.0103

27

26

10,131

10,323

2,317

2,134

Legal Administrative Assistant

22.0301

65

51

19,862

20,802

8,953

7,962

Legal Assistant/Paralegal

22.0302

43

42

15,526

15,595

8,255

8,342

Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse

51.1613

45

35

22,417

21,656

6,515

7,479

Massage Therapy

51.3501

176

174

16,358

16,416

4,232

4,227

Medical Administrative Assistant

51.0716

107

105

17,537

17,687

5,446

5,446

Medical Insurance Coding Specialist/Coder

51.0713

124

123

16,280

16,401

4,775

4,655

Medical Insurance Specialist/Medical Biller

51.0714

126

124

15,111

15,018

3,977

4,297

Medical Office Assistant

51.0710

189

172

15,306

15,327

5,171

5,179

Medical Transcription

51.0708

30

29

12,277

12,158

3,212

3,415

Medical/Clinical Assistant

51.0801

300

292

17,894

17,589

7,429

5,168

Nail Technician/Specialist and Manicurist

12.0410

14

14

7,239

7,390

2,823

2,791

Nursing

51.1601

11

8

24,020

25,308

11,298

12,799

Nursing/Patient Care Assistant

51.1614

57

54

12,706

12,345

6,619

6,414

Pharmacy Assistant

51.0805

119

115

16,646

15,619

11,440

3,731

Phlebotomy

51.1009

21

21

12,039

12,039

5,148

5,148

Plumbing Technology

46.0503

11

11

7,103

7,102

1,861

1,861

Radiologic Technology

51.0911

12

11

21,061

19,796

7,164

5,622

Respiratory Therapy Assistant

51.0812

12

11

13,198

11,438

8,722

6,543

Security/Loss Prevention Services

43.0109

12

11

13,549

14,127

7,262

7,322

Surgical Technology

51.0909

38

34

19,029

18,980

9,073

9,412

Tourism and Travel Services Management

52.0903

21

12

12,157

10,100

3,786

2,356

Web Page and Digital/Multimedia Design

11.0801

14

14

23,010

23,010

5,903

5,903

Word Processing

11.0602

9

7

9,967

9,393

1,943

1,123

25


AVERAGE TUITION & FEES BY DEGREE LEVEL & PROGRAM OCCUPATIONAL ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE Program

Program Code

Number of Programs DAY

26

EVENING

Average Tuition & Fees (in $)

Standard Deviation (in $)

DAY

DAY

EVENING

EVENING

Accounting

52.0301

69

55

25,954

26,854

6,653

6,994

Administrative Assistant

52.0401

61

45

25,018

24,983

6,301

6,960

Banking and Financial Support Services

52.0803

14

14

27,394

27,362

5,350

5,332

Business Administration and Management

52.0201

126

104

26,330

26,325

21,257

23,333

Computer Software and Media Applications

11.0899

10

6

26,092

26,417

3,283

4,048

Computer Systems Networking/ Telecommunications

11.0901

26

25

30,747

31,162

6,252

6,178

Computer Systems Technology

15.1202

21

19

25,367

25,817

5,075

5,135

Cooking and Related Culinary Arts

12.0500

11

11

39,429

39,429

11,347

11,347

Cosmetology

12.0401

15

12

28,069

28,388

6,279

7,018

Court Reporting

22.0303

29

27

36,696

38,882

9,812

12,885

Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement

43.0103

43

41

30,058

30,071

5,095

5,203

Dental Assistant

51.0601

11

10

29,852

30,779

11,556

11,742

Health Information Technology

51.0707

25

21

26,404

26,533

5,755

6,126

Human Resources Management

52.1001

14

14

28,227

28,227

4,364

4,364

Information Technology

11.0103

14

11

23,925

23,375

7,287

7,672

Legal Administrative Assistant

22.0301

26

14

24,211

25,242

5,175

5,707

Legal Assistant/Paralegal

22.0302

35

32

28,663

28,828

6,122

6,295

Marketing/Marketing Management

52.1401

27

26

29,247

29,807

5,484

4,738

Massage Therapy

51.3501

40

38

29,496

29,720

6,496

6,606

Medical Administrative Assistant

51.0716

52

40

26,491

27,470

6,941

7,567

Medical Insurance Coding Specialist/Coder

51.0713

26

23

22,517

22,689

3,951

4,127

Medical Insurance Specialist/Medical Biller

51.0714

20

20

29,660

29,687

4,896

4,912

Medical Office Assistant

51.0710

21

12

23,970

26,077

9,900

12,068

Medical/Clinical Assistant

51.0801

86

77

28,659

28,881

5,377

5,526

Pharmacy Assistant

51.0805

13

13

24,373

24,377

7,216

7,220

Surgical Technology

51.0909

18

16

30,159

30,045

4,619

4,599


ACADEMIC ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE Program

Program Code

Number of Programs DAY

EVENING

Average Tuition & Fees (in $) DAY

EVENING

Standard Deviation (in $) DAY

EVENING

Accounting

52.0301

176

171

31,625

31,781

8,832

9,041

Administrative Assistant

52.0401

61

53

25,051

25,327

6,035

6,386

Advertising

09.0903

10

10

41,353

41,353

1,655

1,655

Baking and Pastry Arts

12.0501

16

11

49,047

44,475

10,255

9,034

Business Administration and Management

52.0201

291

288

31,969

31,844

8,428

8,685

Business Office Technology

52.0407

24

25

28,307

28,053

4,580

4,661

Cardiovascular Technology

51.0901

18

18

32,032

32,032

6,740

6,740

Cinematography and Film/Video Production

50.0602

11

7

44,254

37,381

10,469

4,981

Computer and Electronics Engineering Technology

15.0303

127

127

47,719

47,730

776

891

Computer and Information Systems Security

11.1003

11

11

29,516

29,644

7,556

7,707

Computer Drafting and Design

15.1302

137

137

46,660

46,667

3,652

3,628

Computer Engineering Technology

15.1201

13

13

42,058

42,194

6,312

6,198

Computer Programming

11.0201

109

103

44,081

45,102

7,770

6,639

Computer Science

11.0701

18

18

36,030

34,993

6,837

7,776

Computer Software and Media Applications

11.0899

70

70

43,300

43,300

8,123

8,123

Computer Systems Networking/ Telecommunications

11.0901

201

199

42,300

42,514

7,831

7,622

Computer Systems Technology

15.1202

29

29

25,081

25,081

3,232

3,232

Cooking and Related Culinary Arts

12.0500

36

24

47,685

44,584

11,882

12,653

Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement

43.0103

273

274

37,497

37,494

9,754

9,701

Dental Assistant

51.0601

21

19

25,617

25,343

9,967

10,439

Design and Visual Communications

50.0401

102

102

47,574

47,574

5,382

5,382

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

51.0910

10

9

31,135

32,129

13,663

14,103

Drafting and Design Technology

15.1301

24

24

36,981

37,086

5,692

5,707

Early Childhood Education

13.1210

15

16

27,540

26,455

7,002

8,037

Electrical/Electronics Maintenance and Repair Technician

47.0199

11

11

27,327

27,395

7,495

7,575

Fashion Merchandising

52.1902

25

20

36,401

33,950

8,569

6,976

Fashion/Apparel Design

50.0407

19

14

42,898

38,932

9,174

6,033

General Studies

24.0102

10

4

25,121

10,995

9,880

1,962

Graphic Design

50.0409

78

60

39,105

37,361

10,647

8,828

Health and Physical Education/Fitness

31.0599

11

11

41,726

41,726

6,762

6,762

Health Care Administration/Management

51.0701

40

39

26,903

27,208

4,803

4,456

Health Information Technology

51.0707

48

48

34,570

34,570

10,503

10,503

Health Services/Allied Health/ Health Sciences

51.0000

12

12

32,521

32,424

8,732

8,735

27


AVERAGE TUITION & FEES BY DEGREE LEVEL & PROGRAM ACADEMIC ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE (CONTINUED) Program

Program Code

Number of Programs DAY

28

EVENING

Average Tuition & Fees (in $) DAY

EVENING

Standard Deviation (in $) DAY

EVENING

Hotel/Motel Administration/Management

52.0904

10

8

32,262

32,112

4,348

4,239

Human Resources Management

52.1001

17

17

30,304

30,235

2,626

2,571

Information Technology

11.0103

54

52

32,910

32,970

7,456

7,408

Interior Design

50.0408

22

19

40,215

38,645

9,714

9,273

Legal Administrative Assistant

22.0301

17

10

24,266

25,523

7,484

9,859

Legal Assistant/Paralegal

22.0302

247

239

38,908

39,283

9,355

9,252

Marketing/Marketing Management

52.1401

27

27

37,766

37,750

5,012

5,006

Massage Therapy

51.3501

55

54

34,933

34,736

7,015

7,970

Medical Administrative Assistant

51.0716

73

72

33,592

33,741

8,400

8,327

Medical Insurance Coding Specialist/Coder

51.0713

30

29

31,836

32,805

9,128

7,557

Medical Insurance Specialist/Medical Biller

51.0714

40

39

32,683

33,082

6,813

6,411

Medical Office Assistant

51.0710

38

35

28,422

29,302

6,448

5,821

Medical/Clinical Assistant

51.0801

183

178

30,387

30,492

6,789

7,042

Nursing

51.1601

17

14

40,113

41,996

11,692

10,689

Nursing/Registered Nurse

51.3801

43

36

42,328

44,412

16,368

16,600

Occupational Therapist Assistant

51.0803

13

11

33,865

33,680

3,043

3,250

Pharmacy Assistant

51.0805

59

59

28,681

28,661

8,126

8,118

Radiologic Technology

51.0911

14

13

32,238

30,959

13,454

13,087

Surgical Technology

51.0909

58

56

31,907

31,860

6,946

7,067

System Administration

11.1001

23

23

25,534

25,534

5,993

5,993

Tourism and Travel Services Management

52.0903

12

6

21,714

19,842

7,196

10,212

Veterinary/Animal Health Technology

51.0808

38

34

37,468

38,414

9,978

10,118

Web Page and Digital/Multimedia Design

11.0801

145

132

45,458

44,548

7,024

6,615

Web/Multimedia Management

11.1004

11

11

40,058

40,058

10,507

10,507


BACHELOR’S DEGREE Program

Program Code

Number of Programs DAY

Accounting

52.0301

Advertising Animation/Interactive Technology/Video Graphics

EVENING

Average Tuition & Fees (in $) DAY

EVENING

Standard Deviation (in $) DAY

EVENING

62

62

65,189

64,767

16,299

16,617

09.0903

15

10

79,964

74,170

12,533

10,515

10.0304

116

99

84,405

82,547

9,346

11,782

Business Administration and Management

52.0201

351

339

69,969

70,227

18,286

18,750

Cinematography and Film/Video Production

50.0602

18

10

84,193

83,800

20,967

9,938

Computer and Electronics Engineering Technology

15.0303

109

109

89,100

89,100

628

628

Computer and Information Systems Security

11.1003

127

127

86,623

86,487

7,891

8,249

Computer Graphics

11.0803

17

10

77,393

62,818

28,657

31,715

Computer Programming

11.0201

80

81

86,390

85,308

11,540

12,761

Computer Science

11.0701

16

15

67,084

67,455

19,654

17,529

Computer Software and Media Applications

11.0899

20

19

85,618

86,207

6,104

5,655

Construction Management

52.2001

113

111

86,611

86,776

7,179

6,958

Cooking and Related Culinary Arts

12.0500

20

11

88,731

83,652

18,132

22,957

Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement

43.0103

200

200

75,476

75,382

16,345

16,434

Design and Visual Communications

50.0401

14

11

79,527

77,403

8,683

6,571

E-Commerce

52.0208

21

21

85,506

85,506

7,649

7,649

Fashion Merchandising

52.1902

29

20

79,575

75,756

12,820

12,205

Fashion/Apparel Design

50.0407

20

14

79,711

73,199

17,050

15,821

General Studies

24.0102

23

5

59,090

26,118

12,260

15,309

Graphic Design

50.0409

40

32

99,789

77,118

131,496

16,713

Health Care Administration/Management

51.0701

91

92

62,223

61,903

11,834

11,914

Information Technology

11.0103

52

52

67,518

67,518

17,884

17,884

Interior Design

50.0408

43

34

76,763

75,651

19,439

17,527

Legal Assistant/Paralegal

22.0302

50

51

66,929

66,609

14,761

14,791

Nursing/Registered Nurse

51.3801

12

11

55,452

59,135

44,285

44,476

Photography

50.0605

16

11

86,835

86,135

5,847

6,633

System Administration

11.1001

12

12

89,122

89,122

285

285

Teacher Education

13.1206

12

11

21,181

21,749

2,836

2,142

Web Page and Digital/Multimedia Design

11.0801

33

18

108,628

78,194

141,094

17,929

MASTER’S DEGREE Program

Program Code

Number of Programs DAY EVENING

Average Contact Hours DAY EVENING

Standard Deviation DAY EVENING

Business Administration and Management

52.0201

65

26,414

8,721

51

23,649

8,703

29


ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT DATA

The summary data were supplied by ACICS-accredited institutions through the Annual Financial Report (AFR). The AFR, which is an unaudited statement, is submitted each year 180 days after the conclusion of the institution’s fiscal year. This document includes statements collected for the fiscal year-end dates from July 31, 2009 through June 30, 2010. The ratios are derived from total institutional revenues and expenses aggregated to illustrate operating figures and averages of all member institutions, both for-profit and not-for-profit institutions. They do not purport to be industry-wide statistics. The chart of accounts used is prescribed by ACICS. Nearly all of the reported results are verified by audited financial statements. All results are reported using the accrual method of accounting. Multiple institutions can be owned or controlled by one corporation. This results in fewer balance sheets to summarize than income statements.

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INCOME STATEMENT

TOTAL EDUCATIONAL REVENUE < $999,999 Average (in $)

Gross Tuition

All Credential Levels

Non-Degree

N = 90

N = 32

Academic Associate’s Degree Bachelor’s Degree N = 17 N = 23

Master’s Degree N=4

506,341

390,087

625,647

255,114

689,749

Gross Contract Revenue

2,206

123,738

8,027

0

0

(Less Tuition Refunds)

42,235

20,319

43,998

40,835

27,866

(Less Textbook Expense)

17,536

8,957

18,782

2,825

11,029

TOTAL EDUCATIONAL REVENUES

448,776

484,549

570,894

211,454

650,854

Instructional Salaries

124,905

147,731

160,768

72,293

161,579

Instructional Expenses

35,291

28,014

58,549

25,290

62,273

Student Recruitment

155,443

85,400

134,686

362,940

144,656

Depreciation of Equipment

22,757

12,033

28,647

40,661

19,375

Occupancy Expense

131,362

91,468

118,131

243,318

144,305

Administrative Salaries

78,979

70,645

111,495

80,010

109,582

Officer Salaries

24,804

29,839

39,186

16,956

26,709

Administrative Expense

115,324

100,349

187,123

101,382

92,439

Student Personnel Services

13,432

10,729

21,342

15,643

40,545

TOTAL EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES

702,298

576,209

859,926

958,495

801,463

Educational Income

-253,522

-91,660

-289,032

-747,040

-150,610

0

0

0

0

0

Net Bookstore Operations

9,038

4,529

16,850

17,673

15,453

Net Interest Income Expense

389

-10,973

1,621

178

-140

Other Income Expense

8,299

26,885

24,674

6,057

50,315

Net Extraordinary & Unusual Income & Expense

-782

-6,271

5,665

0

0

TOTAL OTHER INCOME AND EXPENSE

16,944

14,169

48,811

23,908

65,628

NET INCOME BEFORE INCOME TAXES

-236,577

-77,491

-240,221

-723,132

-84,982

-41,299

-13,489

-47,267

-107,915

-47,216

-195,279

-64,003

-192,954

-615,217

-37,766

Net Dormitory Income

(Federal and State Income Taxes) NET INCOME AFTER TAXES

N = total number of income statements

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INCOME STATEMENT

Total Educational Revenue $1,000,000 - $ 9,999,999 Average (in $)

All Credential Levels N = 479

Non-Degree N = 111

4,962,647

4,196,824

4,698,139

5,111,579

6,124,247

Gross Contract Revenue

14,669

12,027

9,734

1,012

246

(Less Tuition Refunds)

239,792

155,152

112,115

205,792

440,761

(Less Textbook Expense)

112,540

122,315

125,662

123,701

80,119

4,624,984

3,931,385

4,470,096

4,783,098

5,603,613

Instructional Salaries

855,644

795,021

828,490

876,153

944,751

Instructional Expenses

224,881

227,287

261,783

172,291

259,096

Student Recruitment

792,566

547,462

586,150

820,022

1,258,468

Depreciation of Equipment

108,055

75,951

99,752

111,566

146,094

Occupancy Expense

533,992

477,135

460,983

553,466

643,545

Administrative Salaries

463,617

430,531

464,467

449,879

480,719

Officer Salaries

85,915

63,519

74,024

80,498

103,273

Administrative Expense

815,832

756,949

742,944

953,385

806,647

Student Personnel Services

129,259

76,314

86,920

181,477

154,804

4,009,761

3,450,169

3,605,513

4,198,738

4,797,396

615,223

481,216

864,583

584,360

806,217

2,809

0

822

6,300

1,306

Gross Tuition

TOTAL EDUCATIONAL REVENUES

TOTAL EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES Educational Income Net Dormitory Income Net Bookstore Operations

56,110

6,083

34,588

76,950

97,737

Net Interest Income Expense

-11,859

-28,852

-12,167

-6,332

-13,475

3,160

-36,998

4,739

15,793

26,810

Net Extraordinary & Unusual Income & Expense

-15,150

-171

-8,899

-4,670

-7,921

TOTAL OTHER INCOME AND EXPENSE

35,070

-59,939

19,082

88,042

104,457

NET INCOME BEFORE INCOME TAXES

650,293

421,277

883,665

672,402

910,673

9,034

35,185

37,925

-11,482

-2,992

641,260

386,092

845,740

683,884

913,665

Other Income Expense

(Federal and State Income Taxes) NET INCOME AFTER TAXES N = total number of income statements

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Occupational Academic Bachelor’s Degree Associate’s Degree Associate’s Degree N = 113 N = 119 N = 128


INCOME STATEMENT

Total Educational Revenue $10,000,000- $60,000,000 Average (in $)

All Credential Levels

Non-Degree

N = 206

N = 22

34,348,783

14,096,504

13,698,897

16,497,333

40,945,459

Gross Contract Revenue

73,401

1,047

0

367,719

399

(Less Tuition Refunds)

1,216,157

294,167

2,004,324

850,982

1,476,365

(Less Textbook Expense)

283,791

267,620

231,912

402,146

248,509

TOTAL EDUCATIONAL REVENUES

32,922,236

13,535,764

11,462,661

15,611,925

39,220,984

Instructional Salaries

4,471,511

1,959,512

1,904,759

2,580,730

5,145,837

Instructional Expenses

801,899

581,104

570,651

912,209

668,387

Student Recruitment

7,985,305

1,574,351

1,542,848

2,292,980

10,458,815

Depreciation of Equipment

901,175

205,861

95,294

252,353

1,153,514

Occupancy Expense

2,224,228

1,124,963

1,346,689

1,530,018

2,435,533

Administrative Salaries

2,967,020

1,222,771

734,660

1,391,580

3,471,475

Officer Salaries

308,852

66,180

319,320

178,084

344,270

Administrative Expense

6,130,104

3,155,309

2,397,967

2,370,716

7,243,708

Student Personnel Services

779,080

256,568

163,965

321,956

961,232

TOTAL EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES

26,569,175

10,146,619

9,076,153

11,830,625

31,882,770

Educational Income

6,353,061

3,389,145

2,386,509

3,781,300

7,338,214

Net Dormitory Income

18,903

0

0

8,399

20,078

Net Bookstore Operations

392,587

-143,350

302,035

271,397

492,893

Net Interest Income Expense

-47,984

-100,526

101,069

36,998

-67,297

Other Income Expense

23,756

-59,353

-425,866

-74,201

152,959

Gross Tuition

Occupational Academic Bachelor’s Degree Associate’s Degree Associate’s Degree N = 115 N=7 N = 36

Net Extraordinary & Unusual Income & Expense

-462,261

-90,663

0

-64

-632,249

TOTAL OTHER INCOME AND EXPENSE

-74,998

-393,892

-22,762

242,529

-33,616

NET INCOME BEFORE INCOME TAXES

6,278,063

2,995,253

2,363,747

4,023,829

7,304,599

(Federal and State Income Taxes)

873,170

501,175

676,513

506,012

1,040,837

NET INCOME AFTER TAXES

5,404,893

2,494,079

1,687,233

3,517,817

6,263,761

N = total number of income statements *Doctoral program information not included due to limited number of income statements from 2009-2010

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BALANCE SHEETS - ASSETS NEGATIVE TOTAL ASSETS All Entities N = 11

Non- degree Granting Entities Degree-Granting Entities N=6 N=5

Cash on Hand - Unrestricted

-1%

-3%

0%

Cash - Restricted

0%

0%

0%

A/R Students - Net

-11%

-10%

-12%

A/R - Related Parties

0%

0%

0%

A/R Other

-0%

-0%

-1%

N/R Related Parties

0%

0%

0%

N/R Other

0%

0%

0%

Inventory Books and Supplies

-2%

-3%

-0%

Temporary Investments

0%

0%

0%

Current Prepaid Expense

-4%

-2%

-6%

Other Current Assets

-4%

-1%

-8%

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS

-23%

-19%

-27%

Buildings

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

-36%

-31%

-42%

20%

15%

26%

-106%

-146%

-56%

28%

34%

21%

-1%

-0%

-1%

0%

0%

0%

Land

0%

0%

0%

Other Fixed Assets

-2%

-3%

-1%

0%

0%

0%

TOTAL FIXED ASSETS

-97%

-132%

-53%

Deposits

-0%

-1%

0%

Other Prepaid Expenses

-0%

0%

-0%

Goodwill

0%

0%

0%

Revolving Book Account

0%

0%

0%

SFA Matching Funds

0%

0%

0%

Other Assets

220%

252%

181%

TOTAL OTHER ASSETS

220%

251%

181%

TOTAL ASSETS

100%

100%

100%

(Accumulated Depreciation) Furniture and Equipment (Accumulated Depreciation) Leasehold Improvements (Amortization) Library (Accumulated Depreciation)

(Accumulated Depreciation)

N= total number of balance sheets Note: Subtotals may vary due to rounding to the nearest tenth.

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BALANCE SHEET - LIABILITIES AND EQUITY NEGATIVE TOTAL ASSETS

All Entities N = 11

Nondegree-Granting Entities N=6

Degree-Granting Entities N=5

Accounts Payable Trade

-9%

-5%

-17%

Notes Payable Equipment

0%

0%

0%

Notes Payable Other

0%

0%

0%

Tuition Refunds Payable

-0%

-0%

-1%

Current Portion of Long Term Debt

0%

0%

0%

Payroll Taxes Payable

0%

0%

0%

Accrued Salaries and Wages

-0%

-0%

-0%

Unearned Tuition

-35%

-32%

-41%

Unearned Dormitory Fees

0%

0%

0%

Other Current Liabilities

-17%

-9%

-35%

TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES

-61%

-46%

-94%

Notes or Bonds Payable

0%

0%

0%

Mortgage Payable

0%

0%

0%

Other Long-Term Liabilities

-42%

-36%

-54%

TOTAL LONG-TERM LIABILITIES

-42%

-36%

-54%

TOTAL LIABILITIES

-103%

-83%

-148%

Preffered Stock

0%

0%

0%

Common Stock

0%

0%

0%

Other Equity

0%

0%

0%

Beginning Balance

178%

167%

203%

Earnings and Loss for Year

25%

16%

45%

(Dividends)

0%

0%

0%

Other R/E Changes

0%

0%

0%

Ending Balance

203%

183%

248%

TOTAL STOCKHOLDERS EQUITY

203%

183%

248%

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY

100%

100%

100%

Retained Earnings

N= total number of balance sheets

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BALANCE SHEETS - ASSETS TOTAL ASSETS < 10,000,000 All Entities N = 237

Non- degree Granting Entities Degree-Granting Entities N = 116 N = 121

Cash on Hand - Unrestricted

19%

18%

20%

Cash - Restricted

1%

1%

0%

A/R Students - Net

19%

23%

15%

A/R - Related Parties

1%

2%

1%

A/R Other

1%

1%

1%

N/R Related Parties

1%

1%

1%

N/R Other

0%

0%

0%

Inventory Books and Supplies

2%

2%

2%

Temporary Investments

1%

3%

0%

Current Prepaid Expense

1%

1%

1%

Other Current Assets

3%

1%

4%

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS

49%

53%

46%

Buildings

6%

4%

7%

-2%

-1%

-3%

25%

23%

27%

-16%

-16%

-16%

21%

13%

27%

-8%

-6%

-9%

1%

0%

2%

-1%

-0%

-1%

Land

1%

1%

1%

Other Fixed Assets

5%

3%

7%

-3%

-3%

-4%

TOTAL FIXED ASSETS

29%

19%

38%

Deposits

1%

1%

1%

Other Prepaid Expenses

0%

0%

0%

Goodwill

4%

5%

4%

Revolving Book Account

0%

0%

0%

SFA Matching Funds

0%

0%

0%

Other Assets

16%

23%

11%

TOTAL OTHER ASSETS

21%

28%

16%

TOTAL ASSETS

100%

100%

100%

(Accumulated Depreciation) Furniture and Equipment (Accumulated Depreciation) Leasehold Improvements (Amortization) Library (Accumulated Depreciation)

(Accumulated Depreciation)

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N= total number of balance sheets

Note: Subtotals may vary due to rounding to the nearest tenth.


BALANCE SHEET - LIABILITIES AND EQUITY TOTAL ASSETS < 10,000,000

All Entities N = 237

Nondegree-Granting Entities N = 116

Degree-Granting Entities N = 121

Accounts Payable Trade

4%

5%

4%

Notes Payable Equipment

0%

0%

0%

Notes Payable Other

0%

0%

0%

Tuition Refunds Payable

1%

1%

0%

Current Portion of Long Term Debt

1%

1%

1%

Payroll Taxes Payable

0%

0%

0%

Accrued Salaries and Wages

1%

1%

2%

Unearned Tuition

20%

25%

16%

Unearned Dormitory Fees

0%

0%

0%

Other Current Liabilities

6%

3%

8%

TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES

34%

37%

31%

Notes or Bonds Payable

3%

2%

4%

Mortgage Payable

1%

1%

2%

Other Long-Term Liabilities

8%

5%

11%

TOTAL LONG-TERM LIABILITIES

13%

7%

17%

TOTAL LIABILITIES

46%

44%

48%

Preffered Stock

-0%

-1%

0%

Common Stock

1%

1%

1%

Other Equity

22%

13%

29%

Beginning Balance

18%

28%

11%

Earnings and Loss for Year

21%

22%

20%

(Dividends)

3%

3%

3%

Other R/E Changes

-5%

-4%

-5%

Ending Balance

31%

43%

22%

TOTAL STOCKHOLDERS EQUITY

54%

56%

52%

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY

100%

100%

100%

Retained Earnings

N= total number of balance sheets

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BALANCE SHEETS - ASSETS TOTAL ASSETS â&#x2030;Ľ 10,000,000 All Entities N = 133

Nondegree-Granting Entities Degree-Granting Entities N = 33 N = 100

Cash on Hand - Unrestricted

11%

10%

11%

Cash - Restricted

0%

0%

1%

A/R Students - Net

7%

6%

8%

A/R - Related Parties

2%

1%

3%

A/R Other

3%

5%

1%

N/R Related Parties

0%

0%

0%

N/R Other

0%

0%

0%

Inventory Books and Supplies

1%

1%

0%

Temporary Investments

3%

1%

4%

Current Prepaid Expense

1%

1%

1%

Other Current Assets

1%

1%

1%

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS

28%

26%

31%

Buildings

12%

15%

8%

-1%

-0%

-1%

21%

25%

14%

-18%

-24%

-9%

7%

3%

11%

-3%

-1%

-5%

0%

0%

0%

-0%

-0%

-0%

Land

2%

2%

2%

Other Fixed Assets

1%

1%

1%

-0%

-0%

-1%

TOTAL FIXED ASSETS

21%

21%

21%

Deposits

0%

0%

0%

Other Prepaid Expenses

0%

0%

0%

Goodwill

12%

10%

15%

Revolving Book Account

0%

0%

0%

SFA Matching Funds

0%

0%

0%

Other Assets

39%

43%

32%

TOTAL OTHER ASSETS

51%

53%

48%

TOTAL ASSETS

100%

100%

100%

(Accumulated Depreciation) Furniture and Equipment (Accumulated Depreciation) Leasehold Improvements (Amortization) Library (Accumulated Depreciation)

(Accumulated Depreciation)

N= total number of balance sheets

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Note: Subtotals may vary due to rounding to the nearest tenth.


BALANCE SHEET - LIABILITIES AND EQUITY TOTAL ASSETS â&#x2030;Ľ 10,000,000

All Entities N = 133

Nondegree-Granting Entities N = 33

Degree-Granting Entities N = 100

Accounts Payable Trade

3%

3%

4%

Notes Payable Equipment

0%

0%

0%

Notes Payable Other

0%

0%

0%

Tuition Refunds Payable

0%

0%

0%

Current Portion of Long Term Debt

2%

2%

1%

Payroll Taxes Payable

0%

0%

0%

Accrued Salaries and Wages

2%

3%

1%

Unearned Tuition

8%

8%

9%

Unearned Dormitory Fees

0%

0%

0%

Other Current Liabilities

4%

4%

4%

TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES

19%

19%

19%

Notes or Bonds Payable

11%

15%

7%

Mortgage Payable

0%

0%

0%

Other Long-Term Liabilities

8%

10%

6%

TOTAL LONG-TERM LIABILITIES

20%

25%

14%

TOTAL LIABILITIES

39%

44%

33%

Preffered Stock

0%

0%

0%

Common Stock

2%

3%

1%

Other Equity

5%

12%

-4%

Beginning Balance

42%

31%

55%

Earnings and Loss for Year

13%

9%

18%

(Dividends)

1%

0%

2%

Other R/E Changes

-0%

2%

-2%

Ending Balance

54%

41%

70%

TOTAL STOCKHOLDERS EQUITY

61%

56%

67%

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY

100%

100%

100%

Retained Earnings

N= total number of balance sheets

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ANALYSIS OF BALANCE SHEET * NEGATIVE TOTAL ASSETS

All Entities N = 10

Nondegree-Granting Entities N=6

Degree-Granting Entities N=4

1.82

2.86

0.26

Acid Test Ratio 1.76 current assets - (inventory + prepaid expenses)/current liabilities

2.76

0.17

Debt-to-Equity Ratio total liabilities/total stockholders equity

-0.51

-0.46

-0.58

All Entities N = 236

Nondegree-Granting Entities N = 115

Degree-Granting Entities N = 121

2.36

2.18

2.56

Acid Test Ratio 2.19 current assets - (inventory + prepaid expenses)/current liabilities

1.97

2.41

Debt-to-Equity Ratio total liabilities/total stockholders equity

0.94

1.13

0.76

All Entities N = 132

Nondegree-Granting Entities N = 33

Degree-Granting Entities N = 99

1.97

1.88

2.01

Acid Test Ratio 1.85 current assets - (inventory + prepaid expenses)/current liabilities

1.77

1.87

Debt-to-Equity Ratio total liabilities/total stockholders equity

3.50

0.72

Current Ratio current assets/current liabilities

TOTAL ASSETS < 10,000,000 Current Ratio current assets/current liabilities

TOTAL ASSETS â&#x2030;Ľ 10,000,000 Current Ratio current assets/current liabilities

1.42

N = total number of balance sheets * All results are averages based on total number of entities per category

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