STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT DATA
Course enrollments, course retention and success at college-level, division-level, and subject-level. Compare two different ethnic groups to overall college average and automatically calculates number of additional successful enrollments needed to close equity gaps.
Number of degrees and certificates awarded. Awards data provided at college-level, division-level, and program-level. Division-level and program-level award counts disaggregated by gender, ethnicity, age, and special populations.
Number of sections, total enrollments, and average class size at college-level, division-level, discipline-level, and course-level. Enrollment data disaggregated by method of instruction and dual enrollment status.
Student demographics data including enrollment status, unit load, special populations, and financial aid status. Student data disaggregated by home campus, gender, ethnicity, age, and credit/non-credit status.
Performance data on early momentum key performance indicators (KPIs). Metrics are one-year measures of early indicators of progress toward longer term student success goals.
Data Mart provides information about students, courses, student services, outcomes, faculty and staff. The emphasis is to answer the questions of administrators, educators, parents, students, state leaders and professional organizations.
The Student Centered Funding Formula (SCFF) was adopted in the 2018–19 state budget as a new way to allocate funding to community college districts. The SCFF provides funding that supports access through enrollment-based funding, student equity by targeting funds to districts serving low-income students, and student success by providing districts with additional resources for student’s successful outcomes.
The Transfer-Level Gateway Completion dashboard provides completion rates of transfer-level English, mathematics (or equivalent quantitative reasoning course), and credit ESL starting from students’ first course enrollment in the discipline (whether at or below transfer-level).
To provide a holistic approach to the California community colleges’ work on student success, the Chancellor’s Office worked with a broadly representative group of practitioners to develop Student Success Metrics. Organized around common goals such as adult education/ESL, short-term career education, and degree/transfer, the metrics capture progression along students’ educational journey from recruitment to completion, transfer, and the workforce. Student Success Metrics pinpoint critical milestones and accomplishments that align with the Vision for Success and the Student Centered Funding Formula, and integrate metrics associated with various initiatives and funding streams.
The Data Feedback Report is intended to provide institutions a context for examining the data they submitted to IPEDS. The purpose of this report is to provide institutional executives a useful resource and to help improve the quality and comparability of IPEDS data WLAC to CSU Transfer WLAC to UC Transfer WLAC to In-State Private or Out of State Transfer College Student Factbook Annual College Profile.