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Fact Book 2012

Continues to be updated. Last update December 18, 2012.

I. Fast Facts
1.   College of Marin
2.    California Community Colleges  
II. Institutional Overview
1.   Course Retention and Success Rates by Division: fall semesters
2.   Course Retention and Success Rates by Division: spring semesters
3.   Course Retention and Success Rates by Five Pathways: fall semesters
         (Transfer, Basic Skills, Career Education, Lifelong Learning, and Cultural Enrichment)
4.   Course Retention and Success Rates by Five Pathways: spring semesters
         (Transfer, Basic Skills, Career Education, Lifelong Learning, and Cultural Enrichment)
5.   Success in Distance Learning Classes - Spring 2011, Fall 2011 and Spring 2012
6.   Retention in Distance Learning Classes - Spring 2011, Fall 2011 and Spring 2012
7.   Persistence Rates by Ethnicity
8.  Degrees/Certificates Awarded and Transfer
9.  Degrees/Certificates Awarded: 2006-2007 through 2011-2012
10.  Student Characteristics Credit Students: Fall 2002 - Fall 2012
11.  Student Characteristics Credit Students: Spring 2002 - Spring 2012   
III. Student Enrollment and Demographic Characteristics
1.   Student Enrollment by Term by Campus: Fall 2002-2012
2.   Student Enrollment by Term by Campus: Spring 2002-2012
3.   Credit Student Demographic Characteristics by Campus: Fall 2009-2012
4.   Annual Change in Credit Student Headcount (Fall and Spring)
5.   Credit Student Demographic Characteristics by Campus: Spring 2009-2012
6.   Noncredit Student Demographic Characteristics by Campus: Fall 2009-2011 (as of end of term)
7.   Community Education Student Demographic Characteristics by Campus: Fall 2009-2011 (as of end of term)
8.   Student Characteristics Fall 2011; Student Characteristics Spring 2012; Student Characteristics Fall 2012
9.   Demographics of Marin County (Census 2010)
10.   Student Gender 
11.   Student Ethnicity 
12.   Student Age 
IV. Student Academic Characteristics
1.  Educational Goals: Fall 2009-2012 and Spring 2010-2012
2.  Educational Goals by Ethnicity, Fall 2010 - Fall 2012
3.  Admissions Status 
4.  Full-Time/Part-Time Enrollments: Fall 2002 - 2012 
5.  Time of Day - Enrollment Status
6.  Unit Load
V. Student Origin
1.  Regions compare with Marin County Regions
2.  City of Residence 
3.  Primary Feeder Schools; High School Graduate Projections  
VI. Faculty Demographic Characteristics
1.  Gender and Employment Status Spring 2011; Employees by Gender Fall 2012   
2.  Age Group and Employment Status Spring 2011; Employees by Age Group Fall 2012
3.  Full-time Faculty by Ethnicity Spring 2011; Full-time Faculty by Ethnicity Fall 2012
4.   Part-time Faculty by Ethnicity Spring 2011; Part-time Faculty by Ethnicity Fall 2012
VII. Staff and Administration Demographic Characteristics  
1.  Gender and Employment Status Spring 2011; Employees by Gender Fall 2012   
2.   Age Group and Employment Status Spring 2011; Employees by Age Group Fall 2012
3.  Full-time Staff by Ethnicity Spring 2011; Full-time Staff by Ethnicity Fall 2012
4.  Part-time Staff by Ethnicity Spring 2011; Part-time Staff by Ethnicity Fall 2012
5.  Full-time Administrators by Ethnicity Spring 2011; Full-time Administrators by Ethnicity Fall 2012
VIII. Assessment, Enrollment, and Success Trends
1.  Assessment Test Placements
IX. Enrollment Trends by Division
1.  Enrollment Trends by Division
X. Course Offering Patterns
1. Day and Evening Offering Patterns - Spring 2012

2. Course Offering Patterns: Spring 2010; Fall 2012

3. Course Offering Patterns by Department: Spring 2010 (18 departments)

4. Course Offering Patterns by Discipline: Spring 2010 (65 disciplines)

5. Summer Course Offering Patterns for 2009, 2010, & 2011; Summer 2012

6. Ten Year Summary Unit Allocation (6-22-2011); Unit Allocations Fall 2008 Through Fall 2012 (page 13)

XI. Measures of Institutional Effectiveness
1. Success Rates at College of Marin and by Division
2. Success Rates by Department
3. Success Rates by Discipline
4. Success Rates by Course
5. Success Rates by Student Ethnicity
6. Success Rates by Basic Skills Courses
7. Retention Rates at College of Marin and by Division
8. Retention by Department
9. Retention Rates by Discipline
10. Retention Rates by Course
11. Retention by Student Ethnicity
12. Retention in Basic Skills Courses 
13. Student Persistence to Next Term 
14. Student Progression to the Next Course:  English CohortMath Cohort
XII. Degrees and Certificates
1.  Degree and Certificates by Term 
2. Degrees/Certificates With Ten or More Awarded, 2011-2012 
XIII. Transfers to Four-Year Institutions
1.  Transfers to CSU by Campus  
2.  Transfers to UC by Campus  
3.  Transfers to In-State Private and Out-of-State Colleges Four-Year Colleges
4.  Transfers to CSU by Ethnicity 
5.   Transfer Information Links (California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office)
XIV. Full-Time Equivalent Students
1.  Trends in Resident FTES
XV. College of Marin's Service Area
1.  Regions compare with Marin CountyRegions
2.  Profile of College of Marin's Service Area
3.  City of Residence 
4.High School Graduate Projections  
5.  Licensure certification/exam results:  Court Reporting; Dental Assisting; EMT; Registered Nursing
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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