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Research and Planning has many data visualizations and drill-down reports that may fulfill your data needs. From topics of course success rates, to freshmen demographics, they can all be found in the Data Dashboards.
If you have a data need beyond our published reports, or dashboards, please send us a Data Request, and we'll endeavor to supply you as soon as possible.
The data available in this scorecard tell how well colleges are doing in remedial instruction, job training programs, retention of students and graduation and completion rates.
Please note: This scorecard uses data definitions that are likely different than internal or other reports. The data found here should not be used in comparison to data from other sources. The standardization of definitions found here does allow for comparisons between all community colleges.
Our featured visualization showcases one of our Data Dashboard Visualization; interactive reports that allow for filtering to specific groups, courses, or demographics.
Through this visualization, you can select a specific starting year of incoming freshmen, or focus on ethnicity, or gender. Then by using the Education Plan, or Major filters, you can track their persistence (returning year after year) to completion.