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1 Alamo Way: Always Inspire, Always Improve Key Performance Indicators EXECUTIVE REPORT Updated: January 212 This document displays the progress made towards achieving the key performance indicator targets set by the Alamo Colleges. Many of these institutional measures are based on those of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and the Achieving the Dream initiative. Prepared by the Institutional Research and Effectiveness Services (IRES) Department. DRIVER 1: RECRUITMENT THECB Accountability System Participation 1. Participation Rate in Service Area (Fall Term) (State Peer Benchmark: 5.3%) % 4.6% 4.4% 3. FY Contact Hours (Credit Funded and CE Funded ) 12,, 1,5, 9,, 7,5, 6,, 4,5, 3,, 1,5, - 395,6 Total, 9,5,4 33,3 Total, 9,967,251 9,49,216 9,62,44 126,96 4,75,752 Total, 5,2,64 1,361 4,517,456 Total, 4,625,17 3,137,676 22,615 Total, 3,35,291 3,112, ,962 Total, 3,2,426 5,355,744 14,169 Total, 5,459,913 31,14 5,542,144 Total, 5,573,15 12,272 22,912 Total, 25,14 25,2 6,624 Total, 353,94 FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY 211. Alamo Colleges Fall 29 Alamo Colleges Fall 21 Alamo Colleges Fall 211 Source: Data are from certified CBM4 files. See Footnote 3 for more information. Source: Texas State Data Center Population Projections were used to estimate service area population along with Alamo Colleges unduplicated headcount from the THECB Accountability System. State benchmark institution is El Paso Community College District. Please See Footnote 1 for further information. 2. FY Contact Hours (Credit Funded and CE Funded ) By Campus of Section Location (Formerly College of Attendance) 12,, 1,5, 9,, 7,5, 6,, 4,5, 3,, 1,5, - 395,6 Total,,613,932 33,3 Total,,549, ,96,21,64,211,136 4,736,44 Total, 4,63,336 4,517,456 1,361 Total, 4,625,17 3,137,676 22,615 Total, 3,35,291 3,112, ,962 Total, 3,2,426 5,355,744 14,169 Total, 5,459,913 5,542,144 31,14 Total, 5,573,15 1,592,736 22,912 Total, 1,615,64 1,72,592 6,624 Total, 1,771,216 FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY 211 SAC** SPC** PAC NVC NLC **Excludes students in courses taught at NLC Source: Data are from certified CBM4 files. To find out whether the student attended courses at NLC, the Campus of Section Location (building and site code) was joined with CBM4 files. See Footnote 2 for more information.. 1 of 9

2 DRIVER 1: RECRUITMENT continued THECB Accountability System Participation 4. Total Credit Student Headcount (Fall Term) By Campus of Section Location (Formerly College of Attendance) 6. Fall Credit Contact Hours (State Funded Only) By Campus of Section Location (Formerly College of Attendance) 25, 2, 15, 1, 5, 22,1 22,56 21,939 1,2 1,2 1,71,335,965 9,163 14,57 15,921 16,67 5,53 5,571 5,729 3,, 1,5, 3,374,432 3,143,14 3,77,32 1,723,2 1,727,552 1,53,6 1,3,616 1,24,256 1,2,192 2,2,672 2,356,592 2,32,92 673,424 77,96 76, SAC** SPC** PAC NVC NLC Fall 29 Fall 21 Fall 211 Source: Data are from certified CBM1 files. To find out whether the student attended courses at NLC, the Campus of Section Location was joined with CBM1 files. See Footnote 4 for more information. 5. Total Credit Student Headcount (Fall Term) 3, **Excludes students in courses taught at NLC Source: Data are from certified CBM4. To find out whether the student attended courses at NLC, the Campus of Section Location was joined with CBM files. See Footnote 6 for more information. 7. Fall Credit Contact Hours (State Funded Only) 25, 2, 15, 1, 5, 24,135 25,269 25,567 11, 1,2 1,71,335,965 9,163 14,57 15,921 16, ,312 1,1 Fall 29 Fall 21 Fall 211 Source: Certified data - THECB Accountability System; Preliminary data preliminary CBM1 files. See Footnote 5 for more information. 3,, 1,5, - 3,2,6 3,764,2 3,75,32 1,56,96 1,727,552 1,53,6 1,3,616 1,24,256 1,2,192 2,2,672 2,356,592 2,32,92 5,4 149, , Source: Data are from certified CBM4 files. See Footnote 7 for more information. 2 of 9

3 DRIVER 2: RETENTION. Within Term Retention (Total Population) 1. Source: % 94.4% 93.9% 93.3% 94.6% 93.4% 92.4% 96.3% 94.2% 94.% 96.1% 96.2% 95.9% % Fall 2 Fall 29 Fall 21 Certified CBM1 files joined with Alamo Colleges Data Warehouse files: courses.v_crscbmdis and students.v_stuenrolldis (SAS program RETN2). No THECB or IPEDs Benchmark data. See Footnote for more information. 9. Fall to Spring Persistence FT FTIC (Statewide Benchmark 7.5%) %.1%.4% 3.6% 76.4% 75.% 65.5% 71.% 7.4%.5% 3.1% 3.6% 6.5% % 4.5% % % Fall 27 to Spring 2 Fall 2 to Spring 29 Fall 29 to Spring 21 Fall 21 to Spring 211 Source: Certified CBM1 reports. Benchmark is from THECB Perkins s and Standards Fall to Spring Persistence PT FTIC Campus of Section Owner (Formerly College of Registration) (Statewide Benchmark 66%) % % 66.9% 67.5% 65.1% % % 65.1% 7.3% 74.7% 74.4% 73.6% 66.% 65.5% 46.7% 42.1% 4.3% Fall 27 to Spring 2 Fall 2 to Spring 29 Fall 29 to Spring 21 Fall 21 to Spring 211 Source: Certified CBM1 reports. Benchmark is from THECB Perkins s and Standards Fall to Fall Persistence FT FTIC (State Peer Benchmark 67.9%) % % 51.2% % 5.1% 54.9% 56.% 72.2% 6.7% 62.3% 35.7% 4.6% 1.2% Fall 2 to Fall 29 Fall 29 to Fall 21 Fall 21 to Fall 211 Source: Certified data - THECB Accountability System; Preliminary. National peer data is pending. Benchmark is from THECB Accountability System (Lone Star). See Footnote 11 for more information. 12. Fall to Fall Persistence PT FTIC % 43.5% 42.6% 3.5% 36.% 3.9% 42.5% 42.5% 3.4% % 46.4% 31.% 27.4% 19.4% Fall 2 to Fall 29 Fall 29 to Fall 21 Fall 21 to Fall 211 Source: Certified CBM1files. No THECB or IPEDs benchmarks available. See Footnote 12 for more information Year Fall to Fall Persistence FT FTIC (State Peer Benchmark 46.9%) % 37.% 37.7% 32.% 31.5% 33.7% 2.7% 22.4% 35.% 37.3% 35.9% 31.2% 46.6% 46.6% 44.6% 42.6% 2.% 1.9% 21.2% 2-Year Fall 26 to Fall 2 2-Year Fall 27 to Fall 29 2-Year Fall 2 to Fall 21 2-Year Fall 29 to Fall 211 Source: Certified data - THECB Accountability System; Preliminary. Benchmark is from THECB Accountability System (El Paso Community College). See Footnote 13 for more information Year Fall to Fall Persistence PT FTIC % 3.4% 29.7% 2.5% 24.4% 26.5% 23.3% 2.7% 25.7% 27.7% % 39.7% 39.9% 37.4% 35.7% 13.% 12.1% 11.6% SAC SPC 2-Year Fall 26 to Fall 2 PAC NVC NLC 2-Year Fall 27 to Fall 29 2-Year Fall 2 to Fall 21 2-Year Fall 29 to Fall of 9

4 Source: Certified CBM1 files. No THECB or IPEDs benchmarks available. See Footnote 14 for more information. DRIVER 2: RETENTION continued DEVELOPMENTAL EDUCATION 15a. Percentage of FTIC Students who were Successful in Gatekeeper Math after Completing their Developmental Math Sequence and Achieving the Dream Initiative 3 Years After Term of Entry: % 7.6% % 75.3% Source: Certified CBM1, Alamo Colleges Data Warehouse, Fall 27 ExtendedEnrollment. See Footnote 15a for more information. 15b. Percentage of FTIC Students who were Successful in Gatekeeper English after Completing their Developmental English Sequence 3 Years After Term of Entry: % 77.4% Source: Certified CBM1, Alamo Colleges Data Warehouse, Fall 27 ExtendedEnrollment. See Footnote 15b for more information % 4. FTIC Fall 25 Cohort FTIC Fall 26 Cohort FTIC Fall 27 Cohort FTIC Fall 2 Cohort % 7.2% % 63.3% % 75.6% % 79.5% FTIC Fall 25 Cohort FTIC Fall 26 Cohort FTIC Fall 27 Cohort FTIC Fall 2 Cohort 15c. Percentage of FTIC Students who were Successful in History 131 after Completing their Developmental Reading Sequence 3 Years After Term of Entry: % 53.7% % 6.2% Source: Certified CBM1, Alamo Colleges Data Warehouse, Fall 27 ExtendedEnrollment. See Footnote 15c-d for more information. 15d. Percentage of FTIC Students who were Successful in Biology 14 after Completing their Developmental Reading Sequence 3 Years After Term of Entry: % 7.1% Source: Certified CBM1, Alamo Colleges Data Warehouse, Fall 27 ExtendedEnrollment. See Footnote 15c-d for more information % 71.6% FTIC Fall 25 Cohort FTIC Fall 26 Cohort FTIC Fall 27 Cohort FTIC Fall 2 Cohort % 53.6% %.9% SAC SPC PAC FTIC Fall 25 Cohort FTIC Fall 26 Cohort FTIC Fall 27 Cohort FTIC Fall 2 Cohort 53.3% 5. 4 of 9

5 DRIVER 3: COMPLETION 16. Number of Certificate and Degree Awards (Associates and Certificates) 2, 1, 1,6 1,4 1,2 1, Total, 1,995 4 Total, 1,7 1,24 Source: Certified data - THECB Accountability System; Preliminary data preliminary CBM9. Level 3 Certificates not included. See Footnote 16 for more information. 17. Number of Certificate and Degree Awards: Other Completers , Total, 1, Total, 1, Total, 1, ,5 Source: Certified data - THECB Accountability System; Preliminary data preliminary CBM9 and CBMM (for MSAC awards). See Footnote 17 for more information. 61 Total, 1, Total, 1, Total, 1,135 FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY 211 Total, Total, Total, NLC Total, 5 1 Total, 17 Certificates Associate's Degrees Total 136 Total, Total, FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY 211 FY 21 FY Total, Total, Total, Total, 6 CCC ESC FOS MSAC Total Total, 1. FT FTIC 3-Year Graduation Rate (Statewide Benchmark 12.4%, VLCC Best Houston & South Texas 16.5%) 1% 16% 14% 12% % 6% 4% 2% 2.7% 2.3% 3.% 5.1% 5.4% * Preliminary Source: Certified data - THECB Accountability System; Preliminary data Preliminary CBM9 files. See Footnote 1-2 for more information. 19. FT FTIC 4-Year Graduation Rate (Statewide Benchmark 15.3%, VLCC Best South Texas 19.6%) 2 1% 16% 14% 12% % 6% 4% 2%.4% 5.7% 7.%.5% 6.9% 6.5% 6.4%.4%.7% % 1.4% 12. Fall 23 Cohort Fall 24 Cohort Fall 25 Cohort Fall 26 Cohort Fall 27 Cohort* * Preliminary Source: Certified data - THECB Accountability System; Preliminary data Preliminary CBM9 files. See Footnote 1-2 for more information. 16.7% 11.4% Fall 24 Cohort Fall 25 Cohort Fall 26 Cohort Fall 27 Cohort Fall 2 Cohort* % 5.4% 7.6%.2% 1.9% 12.1% 9.3% % 12.7% % 9.1% 14.3% 14.7% 14.% 17.3% 1.9% % 1.9% 5 of 9

6 DRIVER 3: COMPLETION continued 2. FT FTIC 6-Year Graduation Rate (Statewide Benchmark 15.1%, VLCC Best San Jacinto 19.3%) 1% 16% 14% 12% % 6% 4% 2%.9% 7.7% 7.7%.1%.1% 15.% 16.1% 14.1% % 1.5% 11.6% % 12.6% 11.7% 14.6% 13.6% 15.1% 16.6% Fall 21 Cohort Fall 22 Cohort Fall 23 Cohort Fall 24 Cohort Fall 25 Cohort* * Preliminary Source: Certified data - THECB Accountability System; Preliminary data Preliminary CBM9 files. See Footnote 1-2 for more information. 21. Percent of FTIC Students Who Transfer to a Texas Senior Institution in Six Years (FTIC All Transfers) (Statewide Benchmark 27.%, VLCC Best Collin 3.5%) 4 35% 3 25% 29.6% 31.6% 31.7% 3.7% 2 15% 5% 19.% 19.7% 19.% 21.5% 11.% 1.5% 9.5% % 1.9% 1.4% 15.9% FY 2 FY 29 FY 21 FY 211 Source: THECB Accountability System. The data displayed is the most current available. See Footnote 21 for more information. 6 of 9

7 DRIVER 4: CLUSTERS 22. Number of Certificate and Degree Awards by Closing the Gaps Critical Area (State Standard: 15 Graduates Over 3 Year Period) Source for each critical area: Certified data - THECB Accountability System; Preliminary data preliminary CBM9 files. Level 3 Certificates not included. See Footnote 22 for more information. COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MATH PHYSICAL SCIENCE NURSING / ALLIED HEALTH of 9

8 Footnotes and Definitions 1. Participation Rate in Service Area (Fall Term) Counties in Service Area: Atascosa (5), Bandera, Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe (9%), Kendall, Kerr, and Wilson Definition: Alamo Colleges Fall unduplicated headcount (Total at the fall census date including dual credit; excluding summer II late flex from the prior term) divided by service area population, ages 1 64, projections from the Texas State Data Center for the current year (migration scenario 1.). Data source for Alamo Colleges Unduplicated Headcount: Certified - THECB Accountability System. Preliminary - preliminary CBM1 files (SAS Program KPI1 - Headcount -with Flex5Yr CBM Term.sas). Data Source for Service Area Population Projections: Texas State Data Center. 2. FY Contact Hours (Credit Funded + CE Funded) By Campus of Section Location Definition: Total annual funded credit and funded CE contact hours attributed to the college at which a student attended courses. Contact hours for CE reflect those reported as of each quarter s census date. If a student attended a course at the NLC location, then that course s contact hours were counted for NLC. Data source: Certified data Certified CBM4 and CBMC. Preliminary data Preliminary CBM4 and CBMC; To find out where the student attended courses, the Campus of Section Location was joined with CBM4 files. SAS Program: CHRS4 Credit and CE Contact Hours by College of Attendance. For Summer I and II of FY 29: CHRS4 Credit and CE Contact Hours by College of Attendance from Summer I 29 onward.sas 3. FY Contact Hours (Credit Funded + CE Funded) By Campus of Section Owner Definition: Total annual funded credit and funded CE contact hours attributed to the college at which a student registered. Contact hours for CE reflect those reported as of each quarter s census date. Data source: Certified data Certified CBM4 and CBMC; Preliminary data Preliminary CBM4 and CBMC. SAS Program: CHRS4 Credit and CE Contact Hours by College of Registration. 4. Total Credit Student Headcount (Fall Term) - By Campus of Section Location Definition: Fall unduplicated headcount within the college at which a student attended courses (total at the fall census date including dual credit). If a student attended at least one course at the NLC location, then that student was counted as attending NLC. Please note that if a student attended courses at both NLC and SAC (SPC), then that student was counted for both colleges. Data source: To find out whether the student attended courses at NLC, the Campus of Section Location was joined with CBM1 files. See SAS Program KPI1 Headcount. For Fall 29: KPI1 - Headcount -with Flex5Yr CBM Term.sas 5. Total Credit Student Headcount (Fall Term) - By Campus of Section Owner Definition: Fall unduplicated headcount within the college at which a student registered (total at the fall census date including dual credit). This definition originates from the THECB. Please note that NLC students are also counted in either the SAC or SPC totals, depending on where the student registered. Data source: Certified data THECB Accountability System, Participation Key s. Preliminary numbers Preliminary CBM1 report. See SAS Program KPI1 Headcount. 6. Fall Contact Hours (Credit Funded) By Campus of Section Location Definition: Fall funded credit contact hours attributed to the college at which a student attended courses. If a student attended a course at the NLC location, then that course s contact hours were counted for NLC. Data source: Certified data Certified CBM4 and CBMC. Preliminary data Preliminary CBM4 and CBMC; To find out where the student attended courses, the Campus of Section Location was joined with CBM4 files. SAS Program: CHRS4 Credit and CE Contact Hours by College of Attendance. For Fall 21: CHRS4 Credit and CE Contact Hours by College of Attendance from Summer I 29 onward.sas 7. Fall Contact Hours (Credit Funded) By Campus of Section Owner Definition: Fall funded credit contact hours attributed to the college at which a student registered. Data source: Certified data Certified CBM4 and CBMC; Preliminary data Preliminary CBM4 and CBMC. SAS Program: CHRS4 Credit Contact Hours by College of Registration Fall 21.. Within Term Retention (Total Population) Definition: The rate at which credit students persist within the same term (excludes Fall late flex, includes dual credit). For example, if a student dropped all courses within a semester, then that student was not retained; if a student was still enrolled in at least one course by the end of the semester, then that student was retained. Data source: Certified CBM1; Alamo Colleges Data Warehouse: students.v_stuenrolldis using IRES SAS EG Program RETN2. Within term retention is not calculated by the THECB; therefore; internal data sources must be utilized. 9. Fall to Spring Persistence FT FTIC Definition: The rate at which full-time, FTIC, degree-seeking credit students persist from Fall term of entry (at census date) to the subsequent Spring term (at census date) where full-time is defined as a student taking 12 or more semester credit hours. Students who earned awards and did not persist during the interval were excluded (starting with the Fall 2 cohort). Data source: CBM1 via SAS Code via ACPR5a Persistence of FTIC Students by CIP Code MACRO. For Fall 2 Cohort: ACPR5a - Persistence (EXCL Grads) of FTIC within colleges MACRO.sas 1. Fall to Spring Persistence PT FTIC Definition: The rate at which part-time, FTIC, degree-seeking credit students persist from the Fall term of entry (at census date) to the subsequent Spring term (at census date) where part-time is defined as a student taking less than 12 semester credit hours. Students who earned awards and did not persist during the interval were excluded (starting with the Fall 2 cohort). Data source: CBM1 via SAS Code via ACPR5a Persistence of FTIC Students by CIP Code MACRO. For Fall 2 Cohort: ACPR5a - Persistence (EXCL Grads) of FTIC within colleges MACRO.sas 11. Fall to Fall Persistence FT FTIC Definition: The rate at which full-time, FTIC, degree-seeking credit students persist from the Fall term of entry (at census date) to the Fall term of the following year (at census date) where full-time is defined as a student taking 12 or more semester credit hours. Students who earned awards and did not persist during the interval were excluded. Data source: Certified data THECB Accountability System, Success Contextual ; Preliminary data - CBM1 via SAS Code ACPR5a - Persistence (EXCL Grads) of FTIC by demographic MACRO.sas 12. Fall to Fall Persistence PT FTIC Definition: The rate at which part-time, FTIC, degree-seeking credit students persist from the Fall term of entry (at census date) to the Fall term of the following year (at census date) where part-time is defined as a student taking less than 12 semester credit hours. Students who earned awards and did not persist during the interval were excluded (starting with the Fall 2 cohort). Data source: CBM1 via SAS Code via ACPR5a Persistence of FTIC Students by CIP Code MACRO. For Fall 2 Cohort: ACPR5a - Persistence (EXCL Grads) of FTIC by demographic MACRO.sas of 9

9 13. 2-Year Fall to Fall Persistence FT FTIC Definition: The rate at which full-time, FTIC, degree-seeking credit students persist from the Fall term of entry (at census date) to the Fall term two years later (at census date) where part-time is defined as a student taking less than 12 semester credit hours. Students who earned awards and did not persist during the interval were excluded. Data source: Certified data THECB Accountability System, Success Contextual ; Preliminary data - CBM1 via SAS Code ACPR5a - Persistence by Interval (EXCL Grads) of FTIC by CIP Code MACRO.sas Year Fall to Fall Persistence PT FTIC Definition: The rate at which part-time, FTIC, degree-seeking credit students persist from the Fall term of entry (at census date) to the Fall term two years later (at census date) where part-time is defined as a student taking less than 12 semester credit hours. Students who earned awards and did not persist during the interval were excluded. Data source: CBM1 via SAS Code ACPR5a - Persistence by Interval (EXCL Grads) of FTIC by CIP Code MACRO.sas 15a. Percentage of FTIC Developmental Math Students Who Attempted and Successfully Complete their Developmental Math Sequence and Gatekeeper 3 Years Later Definition: The number of FTIC students who successfully completed the highest developmental Math course and subsequently earned an A, B, or C in Gatekeeper Math (MATH 1314 College Algebra) within 3 years divided by all FTIC students who and successfully completed the highest developmental math course and attempted Gatekeeper Math. Data source: CBM1 with Alamo Colleges Data Warehouse using SAS EG Program ACPR2a FTIC Math 33 and Math 1314 Completion.sas. For Fall 27 Cohort: CBM1 with ExtendedEnrollment file using SAS EG Program ACPR2a FTIC Math 33 and Math 1314 CompletionExtEnr.sas PLEASE NOTE: Before 24 the data source was ALAMO COLLEGES DataWarehouse only. 15b. Percentage of FTIC Developmental English Students Who Attempted and Successfully Completed their Developmental English Sequence and Gatekeeper 3 Years Later Definition: The number of FTIC students who successfully completed the highest developmental English course and subsequently earned an A, B, or C in Gatekeeper English (ENGL 131) within 3 years divided by all FTIC students who completed the highest developmental English course and attempted Gatekeeper English. Data source: CBM1 with Alamo Colleges Data Warehouse,StuEnrollDis, V_CrsCBMDis using SAS EG Program ACPR2a FTIC English 31 and English 131 Completion.sas. For Fall 27 Cohort: CBM1 with ExtendedEnrollment file using SAS EG Program ACPR2a FTIC English 31 and English 131 CompletionExtEnr.sas. PLEASE NOTE: Before 24 the data source was ALAMO COLLEGES DataWarehouse only. 15c-d. Percentage of FTIC Developmental Reading Students Who Attempted and Successfully Completed their Developmental Reading Sequence and Gatekeeper 3 Years Later Definition: The number of FTIC who successfully completed the highest developmental reading course and subsequently earned an A, B, or C in Gatekeeper Reading (HIST 131 or BIOL 14) within 3 years, divided by all FTIC students who successfully completed the highest developmental reading course and attempted either History 131 or Biology 14. Data source: CBM1 with Alamo Colleges Data Warehouse, V_StuEnrollDis, V_CrsCBMDis using SAS EG Program ACPR2a - FTIC Reading 33 and Biology 14 Completion.sas and ACPR2a - FTIC Reading 33 and History 131 Completion.sas. For Fall 27 Cohort: CBM1 with ExtendedEnrollment file using SAS EG Program ACPR2a - FTIC Reading 33 and Biology 14 CompletionExtEnr.sas and ACPR2a - FTIC Reading 33 and History 131 CompletionExtEnr.sas. PLEASE NOTE: Before 24 the data source was Alamo Colleges DataWarehouse only. 16. Number of Certificate and Degree Awards (Associates and Certificates) Degrees include: AA, AAS, AAT, and AS; Certificates include: ATC, CERT1, and CERT2. Definition: The number of degrees and certificates awarded throughout the academic year. This number may be duplicated per student, as a student may earn multiple awards throughout the school year. Please note that CERT3 awards are not included here. Data source: Certified Data - THECB Accountability System, Success Key s. Preliminary Data CBM9 via SAS EG program ACPR. 17. Number of Certificate and Degree Awards (Other Completers) Other completers include students who earn a MSAC, ESC,CCC, FOS, or CERT3 Definition: The number of students who complete programs other than degrees or certificates throughout the academic year. This number may be duplicated per student, as a student may complete multiple programs throughout the school year. Data source: Certified Data - THECB Accountability System, Success Key s. Preliminary Data CBM9 via SAS EG program ACPR FT FTIC Graduation Rates Definition: Three, four, and six-year graduation rates of first-time, fulltime, credential-seeking undergraduates. Credential seeking students are those with a code of 1=earn an associate s degree, 2=earn a certificate, 3=earn credits for transfer, or 6=did not respond to from the student intent field on the CBM1. Those coded as 4=job skills or 5=personal enrichment are not included. Graduation rates include students who graduate with a Certificate 1, Certificate 2, Advanced Technology Certificate, or Associate s Degree. Please note that only FTIC students that graduated from an Alamo Colleges college are included in preliminary data, while THECB Accountability System graduation rates include degrees students earned from any Texas public or private higher education institution. Data source: Certified Data - THECB Accountability System, Success Key s. Preliminary Data Certified CBM1 and CBM9 data processed via SAS Code ACPR5 FTIC Grad Rate by CIP Code MACRO.sas. 21. Percent of FTIC Students Who Transfer to a Texas Senior Institution in Six Years ( FTIC All Transfers) Definition: A cohort of first-time students who started six years ago is followed. Those who attempted college-level credit hours at the same institution/district then transferring to a university are attributed to an institution/district. Those who attempted college-level credit hours at more than one community college /district will appear in the statewide transfer rate. Data source: Certified Data - THECB Accountability System, Success Key s. 22. Number of Certificate and Degree Awards by Closing the Gaps Critical Areas Critical Area and Associated 2 or 4 digit CIP Codes for Closing the Gaps Critical Areas listing: Computer Science = 11, Engineering = 14 & 15, Mathematics = 27, Physical Science = 4 & 3.1, (51.2, 51.6, 51.7, 51., 51.9, 51,1, (nursing, not allied health), Nursing/Allied Health = 51.1, 51.23, 51.26, 51.27, 51.31, 51.32, 51.33, 51.34, ) Definition: Total number of students who earned awards in the same CIP codes as Closing the Gaps critical areas. This measure includes students who graduate with a Certificate 1, Certificate 2, Advanced Technology Certificate, or Associate s Degree. Data source: Certified Data - THECB Accountability System, Success Contextual s. Preliminary Data Preliminary CBM9 data processed with SAS EG project ACPR-Degrees and Certificates Awarded for 2 and DegreeCertificatebyCriticalArea.sas from 29 on. 9 of 9

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