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Contents ENROLLMENT

College Enrollment, All Locations........................................................................ 2 Williams Campus Enrollment .............................................................................. 3 Dual Enrollment................................................................................................... 4

STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS

Part-Time/Full-Time............................................................................................. 4 Gender................................................................................................................. 5 Ethnicity............................................................................................................... 5 New, Former, or Continuing................................................................................. 5 Age .................................................................................................................... 6 International Students.......................................................................................... 7 Term-to-Term Persistence.................................................................................... 7 Day and Evening Attendance............................................................................... 8 Student Residence........................................................................................... 8-9 Class Size and Faculty/Student Ratio................................................................ 10 Financial Aid...................................................................................................... 10 High School........................................................................................................11

STUDENT PERFORMANCE

Student Engagement......................................................................................... 12 Student Retention and Success in Courses....................................................... 12

GRADUATES

Graduates.......................................................................................................... 13

TRANSFER STUDENTS

Transfer Students.............................................................................................. 14

EMPLOYEES

Full-Time Employees by Policy Group............................................................... 15 Comparison of % Employees, Students & Community by Ethnicity................... 15 Adjunct Faculty Employees.............................................................................. 15

FACILITIES

Total Number of Buildings, Gross Square Feet, and Acres of Land................... 16 Pecos Campus Builldings.................................................................................. 16 Pecos Campus Land......................................................................................... 16 Sun Lakes Center.............................................................................................. 16 Williams Campus............................................................................................... 17

ADOPTED BUDGET

Annual Budgets FY 2012-13 and FY 2011-12.................................................... 18 General Fund, Expenditures by Function.......................................................... 18 General Fund, Expenditures by Object.............................................................. 18 Financial Comparisons to National Benchmarks............................................... 19

COMMUNITY

Population.......................................................................................................... 20 East Valley Demographics................................................................................. 21 Completion Agenda........................................................................................... 22

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Enrollment FISCAL YEAR

98-99

99-00

00-01

01-02

02-03

03-04

04-05

05-06

FY HEADCOUNT

7,975

9,377

10,038

10,712

12,179

12,416

12,707

13,240

YEARLY CHANGE

16.1%

17.6%

13.7%

FY FTSE YEARLY CHANGE

15,101

08-09 15,696

09-10

10-11

11-12

16,388

17,938

19,611

7.0%

6.7%

1.9%

2.3%

4.2%

6.0%

7.6%

3.9%

4.4%

9.5%

9.3%

2,927.1

3,358.2

3,848.8

4,229.9

4,431.6

4,501.0

4,802.7

5,326.1

5,677.0

6,465.0

7,206.1

7,830.0

13.5%

15.2%

16.9%

14.7%

14.6%

9.9%

4.8%

1.6%

6.7%

10.9%

6.6%

13.9%

11.5%

8.7%

FALL TERMS

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

FALL HEADCOUNT

4,604

5,762

6,217

6,760

7,513

8,025

8,663

8,940

9,420

10,277

10,409

11,058

12,296

14,030

YEARLY CHANGE

17.7%

25.2%

7.9%

8.7%

11.1%

6.8%

8.0%

3.2%

5.4%

9.1%

1.3%

6.2%

11.2%

14.1%

FALL FTSE

1,993.5

2,399.3

2,718.3

3,159.3

3,586.6

3,948.5

4,277.5

4,348.7

4,642.6

5,150.2

5,419.9

6,020.1

6,743.9

7,642.1

YEARLY CHANGE

17.7%

20.4%

13.3%

16.2%

13.5%

10.1%

8.3%

1.7%

6.8%

10.9%

5.2%

11.1%

12.0%

13.3%

9,000.0  

Source: Maricopa Trends

18,000  

8,000.0  

16,000  

7,000.0  

14,000  

6,000.0  

12,000  

5,000.0  

10,000   4,000.0   8,000   3,000.0  

6,000  

2,000.0  

4,000  

1,000.0  

0  

0.0   98-­‐99   99-­‐00   00-­‐01   01-­‐02   02-­‐03   03-­‐04   04-­‐05   05-­‐06   06-­‐07   07-­‐08   08-­‐09   09-­‐10   10-­‐11   11-­‐12  

2,000  

FY  HEADCOUNT   2

07-08

2,503.0

20,000  

State law defines FTSE. 30 credit hours = 1 Fiscal Year FTSE. Since a student does not take 30 credits in a single semester, Fall and Spring FTSE is reported as credit hours divided by 15. However, in the final yearly calculations, Fall and Spring FTSE is added together and divided by 2 (averaged) so it equals 30 credit hours to 1 FTSE. Fiscal year FTSE includes all FTSE -- Fall, Spring, Summer, Short-Term, and Open-Entry / Open-Exit.

14,033

2,172.0

*The audit for FY FTSE 2011-12 will take place in Fall 2012.

FTSE Definition:

06-07

FALL  HEADCOUNT  

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98-­‐99   99-­‐00   00-­‐01   01-­‐02   02-­‐03   03-­‐04   04-­‐05   05-­‐06   06-­‐07   07-­‐08   08-­‐09   09-­‐10   10-­‐11   11-­‐12  

College Enrollment All Locations

FY  FTSE  

FALL  FTSE  


Williams Campus FISCAL YEAR

98-99

99-00

00-01

01-02

02-03

03-04

04-05

05-06

06-07

07-08

08-09

09-10

10-11

11-12

FY HEADCOUNT

1,301

1,502

1,708

2,116

2,413

2,692

2,628

2,651

2,869

3,141

3,195

3,782

3,773

3,896

% CHANGE

-0.1%

15.4%

13.7%

23.9%

14.0%

11.6%

-2.4%

0.9%

8.2%

9.5%

1.7%

18.4%

-0.2%

3.3%

FY FTSE

309.3

343.3

432.8

534.0

636.5

699.4

678.4

688.2

701.4

734.7

732.6

902.7

963.0

963.4

-13.1%

11.0%

26.1%

23.4%

19.2%

9.9%

-3.0%

1.4%

1.9%

4.7%

-0.3%

23.2%

6.7%

0.0%

% FTSE CHANGE FISCAL YEAR

98-99

99-00

00-01

01-02

02-03

03-04

04-05

05-06

06-07

07-08

08-09

09-10

10-11

11-12

FY HEADCOUNT

1,301

1,502

1,708

2,116

2,413

2,692

2,628

2,651

2,869

3,141

3,195

3,782

3,773

3,896

% CHANGE

-0.1%

15.4%

13.7%

23.9%

14.0%

11.6%

-2.4%

0.9%

8.2%

9.5%

1.7%

18.4%

-0.2%

3.3%

FY FTSE

309.3

343.3

432.8

534.0

636.5

699.4

678.4

688.2

701.4

734.7

732.6

902.7

963.0

963.4

-13.1%

11.0%

26.1%

23.4%

19.2%

9.9%

-3.0%

1.4%

1.9%

4.7%

-0.3%

23.2%

6.7%

0.0%

% FTSE CHANGE

4,500  

1200  

4,000   1000  

3,500   3,000  

800  

2,500   600  

2,000   1,500  

400  

1,000   200  

500   0   98-­‐99   99-­‐00   00-­‐01   01-­‐02   02-­‐03   03-­‐04   04-­‐05   05-­‐06   06-­‐07   07-­‐08   08-­‐09   09-­‐10   10-­‐11   11-­‐12  

Source: Maricopa Data Warehouse

FY  HEADCOUNT  

0  

FALL  HEADCOUNT  

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98-­‐99   99-­‐00   00-­‐01   01-­‐02   02-­‐03   03-­‐04   04-­‐05   05-­‐06   06-­‐07   07-­‐08   08-­‐09   09-­‐10   10-­‐11   11-­‐12  

Enrollment

FY  FTSE  

FALL  FTSE  

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Student Demographics Dual Enrollment Dual enrollment began in 1998. The course enrollment breakdown is mathematics -- 38%; foreign languages and sign language -- 22%; English -- 19%; and sciences -- 15%. The rest of the enrollment is in history, political science, psychology, art, business, and computers. For more information about dual enrollment see: http://www. maricopa.edu/business/ir/reports. php

FALL

FALL

FALL

FALL

FALL

FALL

FALL

FALL

FALL

FALL

FALL

FALL

FALL

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

345

773

644

786

797

843

1,193

1,168

1,388

1,399

1,330

1,049

1,108

2,937

% COLLEGE FALL HEADCOUNT

7.5%

13.4%

10.4%

11.6%

10.6%

10.5%

13.8%

13.1%

14.7%

13.6%

12.8%

9.5%

9.0%

20.9%

FALL 45TH DAY DUAL FTSE

101.1

235.9

208.1

270.9

270.8

286.6

393.7

384.5

467.2

489.3

458.5

357.8

363.9

1,224.9

CHANGE FROM PREVIOUS YEAR

N/A

133.0%

-11.8%

30.2%

< -0.1%

5.8%

37.4%

-2.3%

21.5%

4.7%

-6.3%

-22.0%

1.7%

236.6%

% COLLEGE 45TH DAY FTSE

5.1%

9.8%

7.7%

8.6%

7.6%

7.3%

9.2%

8.8%

10.1%

9.5%

8.5%

5.9%

5.4%

16.0%

HEADCOUNT

Source: Maricopa Data Warehouse & Official Dual Enrollment Reports

Part-Time / Full-Time Source: Maricopa Trends

FALL  2001 FALL  2006 FALL  2011 24.7% 27.5% 31.5% 75.3% 72.5% 68.5%

FULL-­‐TIME PART-­‐TIME

NUMBER  OF   STUDENTS <1  TO  3  HOURS 3.5  TO  6  HOURS 6.5  TO  9  HOURS 9.5  TO  11.5  HOURS 12  TO  14.5  HOURS 15  +  HOURS TOTAL

FALL  2001 FALL  2006 FALL  2011 1,761 1,886 1,007 433 1,351 322 6,760

1,929 2,806 1,458 634 2,073 520 9,420

2,294 3,279 2,891 1,142 3,422 1,002 14,030

PERCENTAGES  OF   STUDENTS <1  TO  3  HOURS 3.5  TO  6  HOURS 6.5  TO  9  HOURS 9.5  TO  11.5  HOURS 12  TO  14.5  HOURS 15  +  HOURS TOTAL

FALL  2001

FALL  2006 FALL  2011

26.1% 27.9% 14.9% 6.4% 20.0% 4.8% 100.0%

35.0%   30.0%   25.0%   20.0%  

27.9%   26.1%  

29.8%   24.4%  

23.4%  

22.0%   20.0%  

20.6%  

20.5%   16.4%  

15.5%   14.9%  

15.0%   10.0%  

6.4%   6.7%  

8.1%  

5.0%  

Source: Maricopa Data Warehouse

4.8%   5.5%  

7.1%  

0.0%   <1  TO  3  HOURS  

3.5  TO  6  HOURS  

6.5  TO  9  HOURS   9.5  TO  11.5  HOURS   12  TO  14.5  HOURS  

FALL  2001  

4

FALL

FALL  2006  

FALL  2011  

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15  +  HOURS  

20.5% 29.8% 15.5% 6.7% 22.0% 5.5% 100.0%

16.4% 23.4% 20.6% 8.1% 24.4% 7.1% 100.0%


Gender FALL 2001

Source: Maricopa Trends

FALL 2006

FALL 2011

MALE

44.8%

43.0%

46.8%

FEMALE

50.8%

54.0%

52.1%

3.6%

3.1%

1.0%

UNDECLARED

Ethnicity 20.0%  

American Indian

FALL 2001 1.8%

FALL 2006 1.9%

FALL 2011 1.7%

18.0%  

3.8%

5.4%

6.2%

14.0%  

Asian

Source: Maricopa Trends

14.9%  

16.0%  

2.1%

3.6%

4.9%

12.0%  

Hispanic

13.9%

14.9%

17.5%

10.0%  

White

70.5%

66.1%

58.4%

8.0%  

Other

7.9%

8.1%

11.2%

6.0%  

Black

17.5%  

4.0%   2.0%  

13.9%  

6.2%  

5.4%  

3.6%  

3.8%  

4.9%  

2.1%  

1.8%   1.9%   1.7%  

0.0%   American  Indian  

New, Former, or Continuing

Asian  

FALL  2001  

FALL 2001

FALL 2006

FALL  2006  

Black  

Hispanic  

FALL  2011  

FALL 2011

NEW

47.4%

48.1%

48.4%

FORMER

12.9%

13.4%

12.5%

CONTINUING

39.7%

38.5%

39.1%

Definitions

The Student Information System generates this code.

Source: Maricopa Trends

New Students: Student attended CGCC for the first time in the fall or the previous summer. Former Students: Student attended CGCC the previous fall term or any term before that. Continuing Students: Student attended CGCC the previous spring term.

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Student Demographics Age 15-19

FALL 2001 38.4%

FALL 2006 44.3%

FALL 2011 50.4%

20-24

24.3%

26.0%

24.2%

25-29

9.5%

9.5%

8.9%

30-39

13.7%

10.3%

9.2%

40-49

8.3%

6.1%

4.8%

50-59

3.2%

2.3%

1.9%

60+

1.3%

0.7%

0.6%

UNDEC

1.4%

0.7%

0.0%

Source: Maricopa Trends

60.0%   50.0%   40.0%  

50.4%   44.3%   38.4%  

30.0%  

26.0%   24.2%   24.3%  

20.0%   13.7%   10.3%   9.5%   9.5%   8.9%   9.2%   8.3%   6.1%  4.8%   3.2%   2.3%  

10.0%   0.0%   15-­‐19  

20-­‐24  

25-­‐29   FALL  2001  

Source: National Community College Benchmark Project (NCCBP), 2011

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Median Age:

20

30-­‐39   FALL  2006  

40-­‐49  

1.9%  1.3%   0.7%   0.6%  

50-­‐59  

FALL  2011  

National Percentile:

13%

Students at 87% of community colleges are older.

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60+  


International Students 2002

Note: Other Visas include

diplomatic, exchange visitor, temporary visitors for business, pleasure or special occupation; employment authorization; finance, treaty, or investment traders; and the dependents for any of the foregoing.

F-1 Student Visa F-2 Student Spouse Visa Other Visas Subtotal % Students with Visas Permanent Resident

2003

FALL 45TH DAY 2005 2006

2004

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

18

13

14

30

36

45

55

43

51

2

3

4

4

0

4

1

2

1

36 0

20

21

17

23

44

62

50

54

63

40

40

37

35

57

80

111

106

99

115

76

0.5%

0.5%

0.4%

0.6%

0.8%

1.1%

1.0%

0.9%

0.9%

0.5% 527

306

342

365

395

430

447

430

484

510

Refugee

6

7

5

5

8

9

8

7

10

9

Subtotal

312

349

370

400

438

456

438

491

520

536

4.2%

4.3%

4.3%

4.5%

4.6%

4.4%

4.2%

4.4%

4.2%

3.8%

% Immigrant & Refugee All International Students % International Students

352

386

405

457

518

567

544

590

635

612

4.7%

4.8%

4.7%

5.1%

5.5%

5.5%

5.2%

5.3%

5.2%

4.4%

Source: Maricopa Warehouse

Term-to-Term Persistence

Fall to Spring: 65.5%

National Percentile:

22%

Fall to Fall:

National Percentile:

18%

This is the percent of students who were enrolled in the fall who re-enrolled in the spring term. The national percentile indicates that 78% of community colleges have a higher fall to spring persistence rate.

Source: National Community College Benchmark Project (NCCBP), 2011

44.0%

This is the percent of students who enrolled in fall and who returned the next fall term. The national percentile indicates that 82% of community colleges have a higher fall to fall persistence rate.

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Student Demographics Primary Time of Attendance In Fall 2008, the Day/Evening breakout was changed to Primary Time of Attendance.This reflects when students take most of their classes. The addition of weekend and non-traditional categories better reflects current attendance patterns.

FALL 2001

FALL 2006

FALL 2008

FALL 2009

FALL 2010

FALL 2011

DAY

62.7%

71.8%

58.3%

61.1%

63.5%

55.2%

EVENING

37.3%

28.2%

20.3%

20.0%

17.5%

15.3%

WEEKEND

N/A

N/A

3.0%

3.5%

3.2%

2.4%

NON-TRADITIONAL

N/A

N/A

18.1%

15.3%

15.8%

27.0%

UNKNOWN

N/A

N/A

0.2%

0.2%

0.1%

0.1%

Evening begins at 4:30 p.m.

Source: Maricopa Trends

Student Residence

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Between Fall 2001 and Fall 2011, 92% to 95% of CGCC students came from an expanded East Valley. The percent of students coming from CGCC’s Core Area — Chandler, Gilbert, Queen Creek, and the Mesa ZIP codes along and south of US 60 ­— increased from 72% to 86%.

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Student Residence

Wickenb erg

codes change frequently. The data were pulled using city name. To obtain population figures for Ahwatukee and Mesa along and south of US 60, ZIP codes were used.

2001

2002

AHWATUKEE APACHE  JUNCTION CHANDLER GILBERT MESA QUEEN  CREEK TEMPE TOTAL %  OF  ALL  STUDENTS

138 86 2,223 2,183 1,241 261 195 6,327 93.6%

132 143 59 73 2,460 2,496 2,547 2,744 1,316 1,386 256 335 Cave Creek 223 214 6,993 7,391 93.1% 92.1%

§ ¦ ¨ I-17

Peoria

CORE  AREA CHANDLER,  GILBERT, QUEEN  CREEK,  &  MESA   NEAR  &  SOUTH  OF  US60 %  OF  ALL  STUDENTS ALL  45TH  DAY  STUDENTS

Surprise

w v

4,896 5,577 72.4%PVCC 74.2% 6,760

2003

2004

5,929 6,631 Scottsdale 73.9% 76.5%

w8,025 v 101

x r

8,663

PC

EMCC

2008

2009

2010

2011

250 326 374 478 525 510 61 77 48 49 34 46 3,031 3,183 3,150 3,272 3,522 4,238 3,153 3,524 3,786 3,977 4,420 5,183 1,233 1,283 1,200 1,340 1,577 1,679 767 915 1,044 1,062 1,215 1,379 174Headcount 191 221 245 274 269 Area 8,669 Un inc 9,499 Student 9,823 10,423 11,567 13,304 92.0% 92.4% 94.4% 94.3% 94.1% 94.8% !

FALL 45TH DAY 2005 2006 2007

6,909 77.3% 8,940

7,375 78.3%

2008

2009

2010

8,015 78.0%

8,835 9,327 10,378 84.9% 84.3% 84.4% 9,420 10,277 10,409 11,058 12,296

SCC

51

I-10

w v 202

GWCC RSCTempe

Buckeye

SMCC

±

185 68 2,890 3,001 1,257 656 163 8,220 91.9%

Phoenix

w v

§ ¦ ¨ The chart displays data for each city, CGCC’s Core Area, and the East Valley including Ahwatukee and Apache Junction.The dot density map plots student residence. 0 2.5 5 Miles

157 70 2,830 3,012 1,344 423 194 8,030 92.7%

ills

GCC

Glendale101

Fall 2011 CGCC Students

7,513

FALL 45TH DAY 2005 2006 2007

H ain

Un inc Area Source: Maricopa Data Warehouse

2002

2004

nt Fou

El Mira ge

101

2001

2003

owell

Note: In rapidly growing areas zip

EAST VALLEY BY CITY

Fort Mc D

Students by East Valley, CGCC Core Area & City

Mesa

MCC

Goodyear

w v 202

Gila River Indian Community

CGCC Gilbert Chandler

1:450,000 1 inch = 7 miles

Source: MCCCD Institutional Research Information System(IRIS) Prepared by: MCCCD Office of Institutional Effectiveness Date: 1/27/2012

k Queen Cree

Avondale

§ ¦ ¨ I-10

Source: Maricopa Trends

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Student Demographics Class Size and Faculty/ Student Ratio

Average Class Size: 23.6 National Percentile:

86%

Faculty Student Ratio: 22.2

69%

The national percentile indicates that 85% of community colleges have smaller classes. Source: National Community College Benchmark Project (NCCBP), 2011

Financial Aid

National Percentile:

The national percentile indicates that 68% of community colleges have more faculty to students.

Fall 2010 Number of Students Receiving Financial Aid

Fall 2011

Number of Students Receiving Financial Aid: 4,539 5,000 Percent of Total Student Body: 37% 45% Number of Full-Time Students Receiving Financial Aid: 2,409 2,546 Percent of All Full-Time Students: 56% 61% Number of Part-Time Students Receiving Financial Aid: 2,130 2,454 Percent of All Part-Time Students: 27% 35%

FY 2010-11 Total Financial Aid Funds Paid to Students $24,723,792.86

FY 2011-12 $27,810,164.37

Financial Aid is awarded on an annual basis. It includes all financial aid, scholarships and loans awarded through the CGCC Financial Aid Office. Some students may have received additional scholarships or loans from other sources. Percent of students receiving financial aid includes Title IV eligible students; it excludes students still in high school.

Students Receiving Financial Aid By Ethnicity and Gender, Fall 2011

FEMALE AMERICAN INDIAN ASIAN BLACK HISPANIC WHITE OTHER

Source: Maricopa Data Warehouse & Financial Aid Records

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UNKNOWN TOTAL

85 128 204 628 1,528 20 173 2,766

NUMBER OF STUDENTS MALE

61 106 201 415 1,202 12 203 2,200

UNKNOWN

2 2 5 4 18 0 3 34

TOTAL

148 236 410 1,047 2,748 32 379 5,000

FEMALE

3.1% 4.6% 7.4% 22.7% 55.2% 0.7% 6.3% 100.0% 55.3%

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PERCENTAGES

MALE

2.8% 4.8% 9.1% 18.9% 54.6% 0.5% 9.2% 100.0% 44.0%

UNKNOWN

5.9% 5.9% 14.7% 11.8% 52.9% 0.0% 8.8% 100.0% 0.7%

TOTAL

3.0% 4.7% 8.2% 20.9% 55.0% 0.6% 7.6% 100.0% 100.0%


High School Students who graduated from high school in 2011 and attended CGCC in Fall 2011.

NUMBER

EAST  VALLEY ALL  OTHER  AZ  HS OUT-­‐OF-­‐STATE  &  US  POS FOREIGN UNKNOWN/OTHER TOTAL

1,700 111 66 8 66 1,951

%

87.1% 5.7% 3.4% 0.4% 3.4% 100.0%

2011  EAST  VALLEY  HIGH  SCHOOL  GRADUATES AT  CGCC  FALL  2011  BY  SCHOOL  DISTRICT  

Source: Maricopa Data Warehouse

CHANDLER          BASHA          CHANDLER          HAMILTON          PERRY SUBTOTAL

170 109 146 131 556

GILBERT          DESERT  RIDGE          GILBERT          HIGHLAND          MESQUITE SUBTOTAL

80 162 125 166 533

HIGLEY          HIGLEY          WILLIAMS  FIELD SUBTOTAL

65 76 141

QUEEN  CREEK          QUEEN  CREEK SUBTOTAL

94 94

MESA          DOBSON          MESA          MOUNTAIN  VIEW          RED  MOUNTAIN          SKYLINE          WESTWOOD SUBTOTAL

27 21 10 13 13 4 88

TEMPE          COMPADRE          CORONA  DEL  SOL          DESERT  VISTA          MARCOS  DE  NIZA          MCCLINTOCK          MOUNTAIN  POINT SUBTOTAL

2 56 73 7 3 43 184

CHARTERS  &  PRIVATE

101

APACHE  JUNCTION

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student Performance Student Engagement Community College Survey of Student Engagement, 2011 The next administration of CCSSE will be Spring 2014.

What do these numbers mean?

Each of the benchmarks is described below. How are the ALL LARGE URBAN benchmarks created? For each benchmark there are a set of CGCC COMPARED TO COLLEGES COLLEGES COLLEGES related questions. For example, Student Effort questions ask ACTIVE & COLLABORATIVE LEARNING 80-­‐90% 90-­‐99% 80-­‐90% students if they prepared two or more drafts of a paper, came STUDENT EFFORT 20-­‐30% 30-­‐40% 20-­‐30% to class unprepared, how much they read both for classes and ACADEMIC CHALLENGE 30-­‐40% 30-­‐40% 20-­‐30% for personal enrichment, etc. The responses are combined to 50-­‐60% 60-­‐70% 60-­‐70% create a score for each college. From the raw scores, percentiles STUDENT FACULTY INTERACTION SUPPORT FOR LEARNERS 50-­‐60% 60-­‐70% 50-­‐60% are computed so colleges can compare themselves to other community colleges. To allow community colleges to compare themselves to like institutions, percentiles are further broken down by ALL COLLEGES — all CCSSE participants, LARGE COLLEGES — colleges with a fall headcount enrollment of 7,500 or more, and URBAN COLLEGES — colleges in large metropolitan areas. For example, Active and Collaborative Learning assesses how actively students are involved in their education; their opportunities to think and apply what they learn in different settings; and if they collaborate with others to solve problems or master challenging content. CGCC excels in this area. Compared to all CCSSE colleges. CGCC is between the 80th to 90th percentiles, which means that 79% of other community colleges rank lower on this measure. CGCC ranks between the 90th to 99th percentile compared to other large colleges, and between the 80th to 90th percentile compared to other urban colleges. Student Effort: Assesses the extent to which students apply themselves and engage in activities important to their academic success. Academic Challenge: Assesses the nature and amount of assigned academic work; the complexity of cognitive tasks; and the standards faculty use to evaluate students.

Source: Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE), 2011

Faculty-Student Interaction: Assesses the extent of faculty-student interaction both in and out of the classroom. Support for Learners: Assesses the extent of student use of key academic and student support services such as advising, career planning, tutoring center, and financial aid.

Student Success in Courses Success Rate: 77.1%

Source: National Community College Benchmark Project (NCCBP), 2011

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National Percentile: 63%

The success rate is the number of students who received a grade of A, B, C, or P divided by all students who enrolled in courses numbered 100 and above. This means that nearly 77% of the students received an A, B, C or P and roughly 23% received grades of D, F, W or withdrawal failing. The national percentile indicates that 62% of community colleges have fewer students who succeed in courses — receive grades of A, B, C, or P and more who fail, withdraw or get a D.

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Graduates Graduates Number of Degrees and Certificates Granted There are two sets of data here. The first is the number of degrees and certificates CGCC reports to IPEDS - a required report to the federal government. However, many students receive more than one award — in the last year several students received as many as four degrees and/or certificates. The second chart shows how many people actually received a degree or certificate. If a student received both a degree and a certificate they are counted only one time in the degree column. The most common combination of multiple awards is an associates degree and the AGEC - the Arizona General Education Certificate. This allows students to transfer their general education credits to Arizona universities as a block. The first year IPEDS reported AGEC awards was 2006-07.

Number of Degrees and Certificates Granted 2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

257

329

286

368

342

395

416

514

545

747

190

224

175

139

152

189

216

170

167

168

9

17

30

45

105

375

219

409

473

607

456

570

491

552

599

959

851

1,093

1,185

1,522

DEGREES CERTIFICATES AGECS TOTAL AWARDS

Number of People Receiving Degrees and Certificates 2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

221

298

270

345

303

368

388

499

528

730

92

118

108

92

100

338

162

132

145

159

313

416

378

437

403

706

550

631

673

889

DEGREES CERTIFICATES TOTAL PEOPLE

Number of Degrees & Certificates Awarded

Number of People Receiving Degrees & Certificates 1,000  

1,600  

900  

1,400  

800  

1,200  

700  

1,000   600  

800  

500  

600  

400  

400  

300   200  

200  

100  

Sources: IPEDs & National Community College Benchmark Project (NCCBP), 2011

CERTIFICATES  

AGECS  

TOTAL  AWARDS  

DEGREES  

CERTIFICATES  

1  

0  

-­‐1 10

9  

-­‐1 09

20

20

8  

-­‐0 08

20

7  

-­‐0 07

6  

-­‐0 06

20

20

5  

-­‐0 05

20

4  

-­‐0 04

3  

-­‐0 03

20

20

2  

-­‐0

-­‐0

02

20

01

20

DEGREES  

20

1  

0  

10

-­‐1

9  

0   -­‐1

09

8  

-­‐0 08

20

20

7  

-­‐0

-­‐0

07

06

20

5  

6   -­‐0

05

20

20

4  

-­‐0

04

20

3  

-­‐0 03

-­‐0

20

-­‐0 01

20

02

2  

0  

20

Sources: IPEDS for Number of Degrees & Certificates; Maricopa Data Warehouse for Number of People Receiving Degrees & Certificates

TOTAL  PEOPLE  

Percent of First-Time Degree Seeking Students Who Receive a Degree Within Three Years:

CGCC Percentage: 12.7%

National Percentile: 23%

This means that 77% of community colleges have a higher percentage of students graduating in three years. This is based on the IPEDS Student-Right-to-Know Cohort. Chandler-Gilbert Community College Fast Facts 2011

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Transfer Students Transfer Students

Compare Number of CGCC Students Receiving a Degree or Certificate to Number of CGCC Transfers Receiving a Degree from ASU, NAU or U of A

361

1,997

368

FALL 2006

2,179

386

FALL 2007

2,354

449

FALL 2008

2,537

489

FALL 2009

2,727

628

FALL 2010

2,991

686

FALL 2011

3,060

723

2,000   1,500   1,000   500   0  

TOTAL  

UNIVERSITY

CGCC

2001-02

605

313

2002-03

715

416

2003-04

880

376

2004-05

1,067

437

2005-06

1,235

403

1,000  

Sources: CGCC Graduates -- See Page 13

2006-07

1,346

706

2007-08

1,456

550

500  

University Graduates -- ASSIST This chart presents the number of people who received degrees; at both the universitites and CGCC. Many students received multiple degrees and/or certificates.

2008-09

1,585

631

2009-10

1,660

673

2010-11

1,934

889

F'11  

1,837

FALL 2005

F'10  

FALL 2004

2,500  

F'09  

309

F'08  

1,529

F'07  

FALL 2003

3,000  

F'06  

207

F'05  

202

1,273

F'04  

1,069

FALL 2002

F'03  

FALL 2001

3,500  

F'02  

Source: ASSIST Note: In prior years Fast Facts used the Decision Support System of obtain this data. DSS is not currently updated. The numbers above include only those students who transferred 12 or more hours to the universities. They may differ from earlier reports.

NEW

TRANSFERS

F'01  

Number of CGCC Transfers to ASU, NAU, & U of A by Year:

TOTAL ATTENDING

NEW    

2,500   2,000   1,500  

20

01 20 -­‐02 02   20 -­‐03 03   20 -­‐04 04   20 -­‐05 05   20 -­‐06 06   20 -­‐07 07   20 -­‐08 08   20 -­‐09 09   20 -­‐10 10   -­‐1 1  

0  

UNIVERSITY    

CGCC  

Performance After Transfer

GPA--First Year After Transfer: Average Number Of Credits Completed: Source: National Community College Benchmark Project (NCCBP), 2011

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Percent Enrolled in University For The Second Year:

3.00

National Percentile:

81%

20.4

National Percentile:

59%

87.7%

National Percentile:

91%

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Note: 80% of community colleges report transfer GPA’s of less than 3.0; 90% report a lower university second year enrollment rate; and at 58% of community college’s students complete fewer university credit hours.


Employees Full-Time Employees by Policy Group

Comparison of % Employees, Students, & Community By Ethnicity, Fall 2011

FACULTY EXECUTIVE  ADMINISTRATIVE  MANAGERIAL TECHNICAL  &  PARAPROFESSIONAL   OTHER  PROFESSIONALS CLERICAL  &  SECRETARIAL SKILLED  CRAFTS SERVICE  MANTENANCE TOTAL

AMERICAN  INDIAN ASIAN BLACK HISPANIC WHITE OTHER

EMPLOYEES

0.6% 3.2% 6.9% 18.9% 68.5% 1.9%

NUMBER 134 31 35 22 70 3 22 317

% 42.3% 9.8% 11.0% 6.9% 22.1% 0.9% 6.9% 100.0%

STUDENTS

1.7% 6.2% 4.9% 17.5% 58.4% 11.2%

COMMUNITY

0.9% 6.9% 3.8% 18.6% 67.3% 2.5%

Adjunct Faculty Employees

Sources: Employee Data: IPEDS Fall Staff, 2011

Fall 2011

492

Student Data: Maricopa Trends Community Trends: US Census 2010 for Chandler, Gilbert, & Queen Creek Combined

Source: National Community College Benchmark Project (NCCBP), 2011

National Percentile — % of Minority Employees

86%

This means that 85% of community colleges have a smaller percentage of minority enmployees.

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FACILITIES Total Number of Buildings, Gross Square Feet, and Acres of Land

NUMBER buildings

Size (gsf)

TOTAL ACRES

17

340,914

127.00

WILLIAMS CAMPUS

9

224,992 224,992

55.74

SUN LAKES CENTER

1

11,068

0.25

27

576,974

182.99

Size (gsf)

Year Const.

Year Remodeled

AGA - Agave Hall

29,310

1-1-1986

2000

BRD - Bradshaw Hall

33,934

1-1-1986

2000

BA - Bradshaw ANNEX

1,440

1-1-2000

PECOS CAMPUS

TOTAL

Pecos Campus Buildings

Pecos Campus buildings

Year purchased

Original parcel

79.32

1981

4,874

1-1-1986

Athletics parcel

37.11

1995

1-1-1998

GILBERT ROAD ENTRANCE

2.89

2003

CHO - Cholla Hall

41,707

1-1-1998

City right of ways

-1.4

2006

SAG - Saguaro Hall

20,510

1-1-1998

10

2009

EST - Estrella Hall

17,012

1-1-1998

CORNER LAND (PECOS GILBERT ROADS)

5,113

1-1-1998

PAC - Arnette Scott Ward Performing Arts Center

31,652

6-2-2002

SC - Student Center

20,510

1-2-2003

BKS - Bookstore

2,400

1-1-2003

ATB - ATHLETIC TRAINING BUILDING

1,668

7-1-2004

GIL - Gila hall

3,581

8-1-2006

790

8-1-2007

JAC - JACARANDA HALL

3,990

8-1-2008

JAV - javElina hall

3,991

9-1-2009

57,446

11-1-2009

1,755

8-30-2012

ACR - ATHLETIC CONCESSION/ restrooms

IRN - IRONWOOD HALL ETC - RAMADA total

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Acres

60,670

FSB - Facilities Services building

GSF: Gross Square Feet

Pecos campus acreage

LIB - Library

PSB - Public Safety Building

Source: CGCC Facilities Services

Pecos Campus Land

340,914

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total

127,000

Sun Lakes Center Sun Lakes Center Building

Size (gsf)

Year Const.

First Floor

5,000

Fall 1997

Second Floor & Main Entry/Lobby

6,068

Sept. 2006

TOTAL

11,068


Williams Campus Buildings

Williams campus - non-residential

Building

Size (gsf)

Year Const.

year remodeled

7051 E. Texas

10,930

1958

1996

Mesa addresses

THOM - Thomas Hall PEC - physical education center

7460 E. Texas

23,118

1968

1994

MSB - Mortuary Science building

7440 E. Tahoe

6,383

1979

2000

BLUF - Bluford hall

7360 E. Tahoe

92,866

1984

2000

eutc - Electric utility technology classroom

7360 E. Tahoe

1,848

2006

facb - facilities building

7360 E. Tahoe

3,024

1984

HNGR - HANGAR

5733 S. Sossaman

21,892

2008

EGEL - ENGEL HALL

7418 E. Tahoe

28,659

2008

BAYL - baylor hall complex

7465 & 7459 E. Tillman

18,377

1973 & 1985

BRID - BRIDGET HALL

7412 E. TAHOE

17,895

1-1-2011

TOTAL

2009

2009

224,992 Williams Campus - Residential

Residence Halls

Size (GSF)

Year Const.

5830 S. Twinning (Bldg 324 / 40 bedrooms)

18,897

1968

5815 S. Sterling (Bldg 326 / 40 bedrooms)

18,897

1968

5829 S. Twinning (Bldg 334 / 40 bedrooms)

18,107

1972

7303 E. Tahoe (Bldg 344 / 40 bedrooms)

18,107

1972

5816 S. Avery (Bldg 354 / 40 bedrooms)

18,107

1972

total = 200 bedrooms

92,115

Homes 7150-7263 E. Trent or E. Thistle

5706-5762 S. Raven, S. Amulet or S. Rowen

original construction in 1956

(original unit numbers 9001-9045)

Source: CGCC Facilities Services

remodeled in 1970s

22 two bedroom, two bath homes

24,640

1975

20 three bedroom, two bath homes

27,200

1975

4,971

1975

3 five bedroom, two bath homes total = 119 bedrooms

56,811

NOTE: All housing is under a 30-year ground lease beginning 3 /2001 and is managed and operated by a third party.

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ADOPTED Budget Annual Budgets FY 2012-13 and FY 2011-12

Annual Budget Summary FY 2012-13

FY 2011-12

General Fund

$46,456,181

$45,987,527

$468,654

1.0%

Auxiliary Fund

$3,998,452

$4,115,773

($117,321)

-2.9%

$15,268,179

$11,038,642

$4,229,537

38.3%

$752,000

$752,000

$0.00

0.0%

$66,474,812

$61,893,942

$4,580,870

7.4%

Restricted Fund Plant Fund

General Fund

Total Budget

Expenditures by Function

Annual Change FY 2011-12

Variance

Percent

$23,235,656

$22,956,686

$278,970

1.2%

$5,802,740

$5,484,269

$381,471

5.8%

Administration

$2,454,986

$2,285,567

$169,419

7.4%

Student Services

$4,670,363

$4,422,741

$247,622

5.6%

Physical Plant

$5,731,366

$4,332,012

$1,399,354)

32.3%

General Institutional

$3,810,064

$5,764,463

($1,954,399)

-33.9%

Public Service

$179,874

$175,357

$4,517

2.6%

SCHOLARSHIP

$571,132

$566,432

$4,700

0.8%

$46,456,181

$45,987,527

$468,654

1.0 %

Total Budget

General Fund Budgeted Expenditures by Object Annual Change Salaries & Wages Employee Benefits Contractual Services Supplies & Materials Fixed Charges Communication & Utilities Travel

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FY 2012-13 Academic Support

Expenditures by Object

Source: CGCC Adopted Budget FY 2011-12 & FY 2012-13

Percent

General Fund Budgeted Expenditures by Function

Instruction

General Fund

Annual Change Amount

Annual Budgets

Misc & Transfers Total Budget

FY2012-13

FY2011-12

VARIANCE

Percent

$30,017,837

$29,127,190

$890,647

3.1%

$8,422,536

$7,827,203

$595,333

7.6%

$2,14,199

$1,590,351

$551,848

34.7%

$1,095,789

$968,531

$127,258

13.1%

$402,303

$463,143

($60,840)

-13.1%

$1,596,724

$1,563,674

$33,050

2.1%

$101,296

$97,746

$3,550

3.6%

$2,677,497

$4,349,689

($1,672,197)

-38.4%

$46,456,181

$45,987,527

$468,654

1.0%

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Financial Comparisons to National Benchmarks

% of Funds from Local Sources: % of Funds from State: % of Funds from Tuition:

63.8%

National Percentile:

98%

8.1%

National Percentile:

19%

28.1%

National Percentile:

28%

The Maricopa Community Colleges are disproportionately funded from local property taxes compared to other community colleges in the United States. 97% receive a smaller percent of their revenue from local sources; 72% a larger percentage from tuition; and 81% a greater percent from state funds.

Tuition:

$76

National Percentile:

16%

$101

National Percentile:

24%

$3,044

National Percentile:

24%

Tuition is for 2011-12. The national percentile indicates that 84% of community colleges have higher tuition charges than Maricopa.

Cost Per Credit Hour: Cost Per Student FTE:

Source: National Community College Benchmarking Project (NCCBP), 2011

This indicates that 76% of community colleges have higher costs than Maricopa.

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Community Population POPULATION PROJECTION

The Arizona Department of Administration Office of Employment and Population Statistics plans to release new projections by the end of 2012. See: http://www. azstats.gov/

QUEEN CREEK

Includes the population in both Maricopa and Pinal Counties

 CENSUS 2000

1990

MARICOPA  COUNTY CHANDLER GILBERT MESA QUEEN  CREEK TEMPE CORE  AREA  

PERCENT  CHANGE 1990  to 2000  to 2010 3,817,117

79.9%

24.2%

90,533

176,581

236,123

160.8%

33.7%

29,188

109,967

208,453

614.2%

89.6%

288,091

396,375

439,041

52.4%

10.8%

2,667

4,316

26,361

888.4%

510.8%

141,865

158,625

161,719

14.0%

2.0%

122,388

290,864

470,937

284.8%

61.9%

CGCC CORE AREA

500,000   450,000   400,000   350,000   300,000   250,000   200,000   150,000   100,000   50,000   0   1990  

2000   GILBERT  

QUEEN  CREEK  

2010   CORE  AREA    

Source: US Census 1990, 2000 & 2010 20

2010

3,072,149

Chandler, Gilbert and Queen Creek

CHANDLER  

2010

2,122,101

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East Valley Demographics

African AmericaN

Maricopa COUNTY

CHANDLER

GILBERT

MESA

Queen Creek

TEMPE

12.2%

3.7%

4.6%

4.5%

3.2%

3.2%

3.2%

5.6%

0.7%

4.0%

1.6%

1.1%

0.7%

1.9%

0.5%

2.4%

asian

4.7%

2.7%

3.4%

8.1%

5.7%

1.9%

2.7%

5.6%

native hawaiian

0.2%

0.2%

0.2%

0.2%

0.2%

0.3%

0.1%

0.4%

hispanic

16.3%

29.6%

29.6%

21.9%

14.9%

26.4%

17.3%

21.1%

white

63.7%

57.8%

58.7%

61.7%

72.9%

64.3%

74.0%

62.3%

0.2%

0.1%

0.1%

0.2%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.2%

two or more races

Note: Unemployment rates change monthly and are calculated by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. The local area rates report the data down to the city level. See the BLS website for additional reports. Note that both the methodology and resulting rates may differ from report to report.

AZ

American indian

other race Sources: US Census, 2010. See also: http:// www.AZStats.gov

US

1.9%

1.8%

1.9%

2.3%

2.4%

1.8%

2.1%

2.5%

total

100.00%

100.00%

100.0%

100.00%

100.00%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

US AZ MARICOPA  COUNTY CHANDLER GILBERT MESA QUEEN  CREEK TEMPE

EDUCATIONAL  LEVEL HS+ BA+ 85% 28% 85% 26% 86% 29% 92% 38% 96% 38% 86% 24% 97% 28% 90% 41%

Source: Educational Level: Percentages of Educational Attainment of Individuals 25 Years + from Selected Social Charateristics in the United States, 2008-2010 American Community Survey, 3-Year Estimates. American Fact Finder: US Census. Arizona

UNEMPLOYED PERCENT NUMBER ARIZONA

8.5%

256,556

MARICOPA COUNTY

7.3%

138,366

PHOENIX-MESA-GLENDALE

7.5%

151,161

CHANDLER

6.1%

8,061

GILBERT

5.4%

6,175

MESA

7.2%

15,913

QUEEN CREEK

6.0%

783

TEMPE

6.6%

6,487

Source: Local Area Unemployment, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. See: http://www.workforce. az.gov/pubs/labor/ specrates2012.pdf Published as: Arizona Unemployment Statistics Program: Special Unemployment Report, July 2012.

Unemployment Rates

January 2002 to January 2012

Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics. See: http://www.bls.gov/lau/ Under “Latest Numbers” go to Arizona.

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Completion agenda

Measure

District

NCCBP

CGCC

Graduated  2009-­‐-­‐A?ended  Sum  I&II,  Fall&Spr'09-­‐10* Percent  Prior  Year  High  School  Graduates  Enrolled Ave  Credit  SecSon  Size Faculty/Student  RaSo %  Credit  Hours  Taught  by  Full-­‐Time  Faculty %  Credit  Hours  Taught  by  Part-­‐Time  Faculty %  SecSons  Taught  by  Full-­‐Time  Faculty %  SecSons  Taught  by  Part-­‐Time  Faculty Number  of  Online/Hybrid  SecSons  ** DL  %  of  Credit  Hours DL%  of  Total  Credit  SecSons Developmental  Course  Successful  CompleSon  (English)   Developmental  Course  Successful  CompleSon  (Math) College  Level  (100+)  Successful  Course  CompleSon Distance  Learning  Successful  Course  CompleSon RetenSon  Fall  to  Spring  (Credit  Students) RetenSon  Fall  to  Fall  (Credit  Students) Credit  Developmental  Success,  First  College  Level  Math Credit  Developmental  Success,  First  College  Level  English Number  of  Student  Transfers          with  12+  Maricopa  Hours  in  2009-­‐10  *** Number  of  New  Transfers          with  12+  Maricopa  Hours  in  2009-­‐10  *** Percent  of  First-­‐Time,  Full-­‐Time,  Degree/Cert  Seeking      Students  who  Transfer  or  Complete  in  3  Yrs  -­‐-­‐  IPEDS      Fall  2007  GRS  Cohort 3  Year  Completer  Rate  for  First-­‐Time,  Full-­‐Time  Degree  or      CerSficate  Seeking  Students  -­‐-­‐  IPEDS  Fall  2007  GRS  Cohort Total  Number  of  Degrees  &  CerSficates  Awarded IPEDS  2009-­‐10 IPEDS  2010-­‐11 Number  of  People  Receiving  Degrees  &  CerSficates MCCCD,  InsStuSonal  EffecSveness  Office,  2009-­‐10 MCCCD,  InsStuSonal  EffecSveness  Office,  2010-­‐11

15,716 25.0% 22.0 16.6 39.6% 60.4% 36.6% 63.4% 3,974 17.8% 18.7% 64.6% 54.8% 74.0% 62.7% 66.3% 47.5% 68.6% 73.9%

N/A 21.7% 19.7 18.3 51.8% 48.2% 49.0% 51.0% N/A 12.0% 11.6% 64.9% 56.9% 75.3% 66.2% 71.8% 49.5% 68.6% 72.2%

1,909 32.9% 23.6 20.2 41.9% 58.1% 39.6% 60.4% 170 6.5% 7.9% 64.6% 54.8% 77.1% 64.5% 66.5% 44.0% 71.1% 76.7%

27,929

N/A

3,249

6,241

N/A

906

21.3%

37.8%

23.1%

14.9%

19.8%

12.7%

17,784 21,396

N/A N/A

1,185 1,522

11,978 14,289

N/A N/A

673 889

ACCESS

Indicator High  School Graduates Faculty RaSos

PATHWAYS

InstrucSonal   Delivery   Mode Successful Course   CompleSon

* The 2011 NCCBP reports on data from the 2009-10 Academic Year. *2040 Report; See District Institutional Effectiveness website **Maricopa Data Warehouse. Includes Short-Term & O/E Sections from Fall 2009 *** ASSIST Data Warehouse

COMPLETION

Sources: Except where noted, National Community College Benchmark Project (NCCBP), 2011

CHANDLER-­‐GILBERT  COMMUNITY  COLLEGE COMPLETION  AGENDA ACCESS,  PERSISTENCE/RETENTION  AND  COMPLETION

Student   Persistence

Successful Transfer  to   AZ  Public   UniversiSes

Degree  & Program  


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