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1 Ohio Community College Portraits October 2009

2 Ohio Community College Portraits Table of Contents Ohio s Community Colleges (Aggregate Portrait) Page 1 Belmont Technical College Page 3 Clark State Community College Page 5 Cincinnati State Technical & Community College Page 7 Central Ohio Technical College Page 9 Columbus State Community College Page 11 Cuyahoga Community College Page 13 Edison State Community College Page 15 Hocking Technical College Page 17 Jefferson Community College Page 19 Lorain County Community College Page 21 Lakeland Community College Page 23 James A. Rhodes State College Page 25 Zane State College Page 27 Marion Technical College Page 29 North Central State College Page 31 Northwest State Community College Page 33 Owens State Community College Page 35 Rio Grande Community College Page 37 Sinclair Community College Page 39 Southern State Community College Page 41 Stark State College of Technology Page 43 Terra State Community College Page 45 Washington State Community College Page 47

3 Ohio's Community Colleges Student Characteristics - Fall 2007 Undergraduate Success and Progress Rate TOTAL ENROLLMENT 177,106 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking 14,454 Enrollment Status 109,928 54% 67,178 12% 34% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 9% Full Time Part Time 40% 26% STUDENT PROFILE 8% Student Level Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 6% Undergraduate High School (Dual Enrolled) 167,619 9,405 95% 5% First-Time, Part-Time, Degree-Seeking 8,429 Gender Women 102,836 58% 4 Men 74,270 42% 3% Race/Ethnicity 32% White, non-hispanic 132,975 75% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 6% Black, non-hispanic Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander American Indian / Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien / Race Unknown 26,185 4,368 2, ,085 15% 2% 6% 27% 13% 10% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 4% Geographic Distribution Ohio 97% Other US States and Territorities 3% Other Countries < Age Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students 59% Average Age Percent of Students Age 25 or Older 28 48% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Percent Retained in Fall

4 Ohio's Community Colleges Page 2 Tuition and Financial Aid Average annual FY 2009 tuition and fees (sticker price) for instate, undergraduate students before financial aid was $3,099. The cost to attend Ohio's Community Colleges varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Degrees and Areas of Study Degrees Awarded at Ohio's Community Colleges in FY First- All Generation Students College Minority Financial Aid Awarded to Students Associate Degrees Certificates 14,740 5,567 6,461 1,797 1, Overall Financial Aid 65% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received financial aid of some type including need-based grants and loans, work-study, and non need-based scholarships. Federal Financial Aid 42% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $2, % of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received an institutional grant. The average grant for the year was $1,683. State Financial Aid 33% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $1,581. Federal Loans 38% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received a federal loan. The average loan amount for the year was $2,698. Percent of First-Time Students in FY 2007 Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid. Any Financial Aid Federal Grants 65% 42% Total 20,307 Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Associate Degrees Awarded in ,456 2,493 Health 3 Arts & Humanities 19% Business 16% Engineering 12% Natural Science & Mathematics 6% All Other Degree Areas 16% Study at Ohio's Community Colleges Classroom Environment Post-Graduation Outcomes of Spring 2007 Associate Degree Graduates Employment in Ohio in 4th Quarter 2007 College Enrollment in Ohio in % of Classes with Fewer than 30 Students 87% % of Classes with Fewer than 50 Students 98% Students Engaged in Internships/Co-Op/Field Experience 17,058 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Master's Degree or Higher 2,782 55% 8% 74% 13% 14% State Grants Student Loans 33% 38% 29% 58% Employed, not in College Enrolled in College in Ohio Other NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source. 2

5 Belmont Technical College Saint Clairsville, OH (740) Student Characteristics - Fall 2007 Undergraduate Success and Progress Rate TOTAL ENROLLMENT 1,742 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking 222 Enrollment Status % 1,143 22% 23% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Full Time Part Time 40% 29% STUDENT PROFILE 6% Student Level Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Undergraduate High School (Dual Enrolled) 1, % First-Time, Part-Time, Degree-Seeking 31 Gender Women 1,122 64% 45% Men % 19% Race/Ethnicity 23% White, non-hispanic 1,614 93% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 3% Black, non-hispanic Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander American Indian / Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien / Race Unknown % < < 4% 32% 26% 6% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 0% Geographic Distribution Ohio 88% Other US States and Territorities 12% Other Countries 0% Age Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students 55% Average Age Percent of Students Age 25 or Older 27 46% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Percent Retained in Fall

6 Belmont Technical College Page 2 Tuition and Financial Aid Annual FY 2009 tuition and fees (sticker price) for in-state, undergraduate students before financial aid was $3,784. The cost to attend Belmont Technical College varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Degrees and Areas of Study Degrees Awarded at Belmont Technical College in FY First- All Generation Students College Minority Financial Aid Awarded to Students Associate Degrees Certificates Overall Financial Aid 97% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received financial aid of some type including need-based grants and loans, work-study, and non need-based scholarships. Federal Financial Aid 66% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $1, of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received an institutional grant. The average grant for the year was $1,910. State Financial Aid 5 of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $1,530. Federal Loans 36% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received a federal loan. The average loan amount for the year was $1,710. Percent of First-Time Students in FY 2007 Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid. Any Financial Aid Federal Grants 97% 66% Total 325 Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Associate Degrees Awarded in Health 39% Engineering 2 Business 16% Natural Science & Mathematics 1 Social & Behavioral Sciences 4% All Other Degree Areas 9% Study at Belmont Technical College Classroom Environment Post-Graduation Outcomes of Spring 2007 Associate Degree Graduates Employment in Ohio in 4th Quarter 2007 College Enrollment in Ohio in % of Classes with Fewer than 30 Students 94% % of Classes with Fewer than 50 Students Students Engaged in Internships/Co-Op/Field Experience 564 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Master's Degree or Higher 42 55% 5% 64% 7 State Grants Student Loans 5 36% 32% 48% Employed, not in College Enrolled in College in Ohio Other 2 NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source. 4

7 Clark State Community College Springfield, OH (937) Student Characteristics - Fall 2007 Undergraduate Success and Progress Rate TOTAL ENROLLMENT 3,392 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking 334 Enrollment Status 1,887 46% 1 1,505 25% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 10% Full Time Part Time 34% 22% STUDENT PROFILE 8% Student Level Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Undergraduate High School (Dual Enrolled) 3, % 5% First-Time, Part-Time, Degree-Seeking 167 Gender Women 2,286 67% 40% Men 1,106 33% 3% Race/Ethnicity 3 White, non-hispanic 2,791 82% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Black, non-hispanic Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander American Indian / Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien / Race Unknown < 5% 27% 14% 9% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 4% Geographic Distribution Ohio Other US States and Territorities < Other Countries 0% Age Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students 52% Average Age Percent of Students Age 25 or Older 27 50% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Percent Retained in Fall

8 Clark State Community College Page 2 Tuition and Financial Aid Annual FY 2009 tuition and fees (sticker price) for in-state, undergraduate students before financial aid was $3,485. The cost to attend Clark State Community College varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Degrees and Areas of Study Degrees Awarded at Clark State Community College in FY First- All Generation Students College Minority Financial Aid Awarded to Students Associate Degrees Certificates Overall Financial Aid 67% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received financial aid of some type including need-based grants and loans, work-study, and non need-based scholarships. Federal Financial Aid 45% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $2, % of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received an institutional grant. The average grant for the year was $1,538. State Financial Aid 32% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $1,613. Federal Loans 39% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received a federal loan. The average loan amount for the year was $2,906. Percent of First-Time Students in FY 2007 Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid. Any Financial Aid Federal Grants 67% 45% Total 311 Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Associate Degrees Awarded in Health 36% Arts & Humanities 25% Business 17% Social & Behavioral Sciences 7% Natural Science & Mathematics 5% All Other Degree Areas 10% Study at Clark State Community College Classroom Environment Post-Graduation Outcomes of Spring 2007 Associate Degree Graduates Employment in Ohio in 4th Quarter 2007 College Enrollment in Ohio in % of Classes with Fewer than 30 Students 9 % of Classes with Fewer than 50 Students Students Engaged in Internships/Co-Op/Field Experience 205 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Master's Degree or Higher 73 67% 10% 8 10% 12% State Grants Student Loans 32% 39% 26% 62% Employed, not in College Enrolled in College in Ohio Other NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source. 6

9 Cincinnati State Technical & Community College Cincinnati, OH (513) Student Characteristics - Fall 2007 Undergraduate Success and Progress Rate TOTAL ENROLLMENT 8,815 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking 332 Enrollment Status 5,600 49% 3, % Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Full Time Part Time 36% 23% STUDENT PROFILE 8% Student Level Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Undergraduate High School (Dual Enrolled) 8, % First-Time, Part-Time, Degree-Seeking 132 Gender Women 4, % Men 4,326 49% 7% Race/Ethnicity 27% White, non-hispanic 5,632 64% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Black, non-hispanic Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander American Indian / Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien / Race Unknown 2, % < 10% 27% 16% 6% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Geographic Distribution Ohio 90% Other US States and Territorities 10% Other Countries < Age Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students 54% Average Age Percent of Students Age 25 or Older 27 48% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Percent Retained in Fall

10 Cincinnati State Technical & Community College Page 2 Tuition and Financial Aid Annual FY 2009 tuition and fees (sticker price) for in-state, undergraduate students before financial aid was $3,702. The cost to attend Cincinnati State Technical & Community College varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Degrees and Areas of Study Degrees Awarded at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College in FY First- All Generation Students College Minority Financial Aid Awarded to Students Associate Degrees Certificates Overall Financial Aid 66% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received financial aid of some type including need-based grants and loans, work-study, and non need-based scholarships. Federal Financial Aid 39% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $2,089. 6% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received an institutional grant. The average grant for the year was $2,790. State Financial Aid 33% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $1,929. Federal Loans 50% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received a federal loan. The average loan amount for the year was $2,638. Percent of First-Time Students in FY 2007 Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid. Any Financial Aid Federal Grants 66% 39% Total 1,206 Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Associate Degrees Awarded in Engineering 2 Health 2 Business 20% Arts & Humanities 18% Social & Behavioral Sciences 6% All Other Degree Areas 14% Study at Cincinnati State Classroom Environment Post-Graduation Outcomes of Spring 2007 Associate Degree Graduates Employment in Ohio in 4th Quarter 2007 College Enrollment in Ohio in % of Classes with Fewer than 30 Students 94% % of Classes with Fewer than 50 Students Students Engaged in Internships/Co-Op/Field Experience 1,795 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Master's Degree or Higher % 16% 49% 6% 19% State Grants Student Loans 33% 50% 25% 56% Employed, not in College Enrolled in College in Ohio Other NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source. 8

11 Central Ohio Technical College Newark, OH (740) Student Characteristics - Fall 2007 Undergraduate Success and Progress Rate TOTAL ENROLLMENT 3,112 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking 185 Enrollment Status 1, ,456 23% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 8% Full Time Part Time 47% 33% STUDENT PROFILE 7% Student Level Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 7% Undergraduate High School (Dual Enrolled) 2, % 4% First-Time, Part-Time, Degree-Seeking 132 Gender Women 2,278 73% 42% Men % 5% Race/Ethnicity 3 White, non-hispanic 2,634 85% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 6% Black, non-hispanic Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander American Indian / Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien / Race Unknown % 6% 36% 18% 12% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Geographic Distribution Ohio 99% Other US States and Territorities Other Countries 0% Age Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students 6 Average Age Percent of Students Age 25 or Older 27 49% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Percent Retained in Fall

12 Central Ohio Technical College Page 2 Tuition and Financial Aid Annual FY 2009 tuition and fees (sticker price) for in-state, undergraduate students before financial aid was $3,600. The cost to attend Central Ohio Technical College varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Degrees and Areas of Study Degrees Awarded at Central Ohio Technical College in FY First- All Generation Students College Minority Financial Aid Awarded to Students Associate Degrees Certificates Overall Financial Aid 8 of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received financial aid of some type including need-based grants and loans, work-study, and non need-based scholarships. Federal Financial Aid 54% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $2, % of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received an institutional grant. The average grant for the year was $2,005. State Financial Aid 47% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $1,818. Federal Loans 56% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received a federal loan. The average loan amount for the year was $3,659. Percent of First-Time Students in FY 2007 Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid. Any Financial Aid Federal Grants 8 54% Total 498 Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Associate Degrees Awarded in Health 55% Business 1 Engineering 10% Social & Behavioral Sciences 8% Natural Science & Mathematics 4% All Other Degree Areas 1 Study at Central Ohio Technical College Classroom Environment Post-Graduation Outcomes of Spring 2007 Associate Degree Graduates Employment in Ohio in 4th Quarter 2007 College Enrollment in Ohio in % of Classes with Fewer than 30 Students 89% % of Classes with Fewer than 50 Students Students Engaged in Internships/Co-Op/Field Experience 917 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Master's Degree or Higher 66 64% 3% 76% 10% 14% State Grants Student Loans 47% 56% 19% 68% Employed, not in College Enrolled in College in Ohio Other NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source. 10

13 Columbus State Community College Columbus, OH (614) Student Characteristics - Fall 2007 Undergraduate Success and Progress Rate TOTAL ENROLLMENT 23,056 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking 1,913 Enrollment Status 54% 13,146 6% 38% 9,910 Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 10% Full Time Part Time 37% 2 STUDENT PROFILE 10% Student Level Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 6% Undergraduate High School (Dual Enrolled) 22, % First-Time, Part-Time, Degree-Seeking 1,170 Gender Women 13,286 58% 42% Men 9,770 42% 2% Race/Ethnicity 30% White, non-hispanic 15,975 69% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 9% Black, non-hispanic Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander American Indian / Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien / Race Unknown 4, ,035 20% 2% 3% < 4% 26% 9% 12% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Geographic Distribution Ohio 97% Other US States and Territorities 2% Other Countries Age Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students 59% Average Age Percent of Students Age 25 or Older 26 45% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Percent Retained in Fall

14 Columbus State Community College Page 2 Tuition and Financial Aid Annual FY 2009 tuition and fees (sticker price) for in-state, undergraduate students before financial aid was $3,555. The cost to attend Columbus State Community College varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Degrees and Areas of Study Degrees Awarded at Columbus State Community College in FY First- All Generation Students College Minority Financial Aid Awarded to Students Associate Degrees Certificates 1, Overall Financial Aid 62% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received financial aid of some type including need-based grants and loans, work-study, and non need-based scholarships. Federal Financial Aid 42% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $2,790. 3% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received an institutional grant. The average grant for the year was $1,465. State Financial Aid 33% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $1,688. Federal Loans 42% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received a federal loan. The average loan amount for the year was $3,069. Percent of First-Time Students in FY 2007 Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid. Any Financial Aid Federal Grants 62% 42% Total 2,231 Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Associate Degrees Awarded in Health 29% Arts & Humanities 25% Business 16% Engineering 10% Social & Behavioral Sciences 5% All Other Degree Areas 15% Post-Graduation Outcomes of Spring 2007 Associate Degree Graduates Employment in Ohio in 4th Quarter 2007 College Enrollment in Ohio in Study at Columbus State Community College Classroom Environment % of Classes with Fewer than 30 Students 89% % of Classes with Fewer than 50 Students 99% Students Engaged in Internships/Co-Op/Field Experience 2,359 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Master's Degree or Higher % 10% 7 3% 18% State Grants Student Loans 33% 42% 30% 52% Employed, not in College Enrolled in College in Ohio Other NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source. 12

15 Cuyahoga Community College Cleveland, OH (800) Student Characteristics - Fall 2007 Undergraduate Success and Progress Rate TOTAL ENROLLMENT 29,946 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking 2,080 Enrollment Status 21,993 53% 7,953 4% 39% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 10% Full Time Part Time 34% 18% STUDENT PROFILE 10% Student Level Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 7% Undergraduate High School (Dual Enrolled) 28,767 1,179 96% 4% First-Time, Part-Time, Degree-Seeking 2,118 Gender Women 18, Men 11,761 39% 2% Race/Ethnicity 33% White, non-hispanic 17,625 59% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 6% Black, non-hispanic Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander American Indian / Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien / Race Unknown 8, ,185 28% 3% 2% 7% 25% 10% 10% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Geographic Distribution Ohio 99% Other US States and Territorities Other Countries < Age Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students 56% Average Age Percent of Students Age 25 or Older 29 52% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Percent Retained in Fall

16 Cuyahoga Community College Page 2 Tuition and Financial Aid Annual FY 2009 tuition and fees (sticker price) for in-state, undergraduate students before financial aid was $2,416. The cost to attend Cuyahoga Community College varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Degrees and Areas of Study Degrees Awarded at Cuyahoga Community College in FY First- All Generation Students College Minority Financial Aid Awarded to Students Associate Degrees Certificates 1, Overall Financial Aid 33% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received financial aid of some type including need-based grants and loans, work-study, and non need-based scholarships. Federal Financial Aid 33% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $3,706. of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received an institutional grant. The average grant for the year was $838. State Financial Aid 22% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $2,150. Federal Loans 6% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received a federal loan. The average loan amount for the year was $2,594. Percent of First-Time Students in FY 2007 Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid. Any Financial Aid Federal Grants 33% 33% Total 2,035 Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Associate Degrees Awarded in Arts & Humanities 40% Health 34% Business 1 Engineering 5% Education 3% All Other Degree Areas 7% Study at Cuyahoga Community College Classroom Environment Post-Graduation Outcomes of Spring 2007 Associate Degree Graduates Employment in Ohio in 4th Quarter 2007 College Enrollment in Ohio in % of Classes with Fewer than 30 Students 83% % of Classes with Fewer than 50 Students 97% Students Engaged in Internships/Co-Op/Field Experience 1,358 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Master's Degree or Higher % 18% 88% 14% State Grants Student Loans 22% 6% 34% 52% Employed, not in College Enrolled in College in Ohio Other NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source. 14

17 Edison State Community College Piqua, OH (937) Student Characteristics - Fall 2007 Undergraduate Success and Progress Rate TOTAL ENROLLMENT 3,079 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking 282 Enrollment Status 2,042 59% 26% 2 1,037 Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 12% Full Time Part Time 5 38% STUDENT PROFILE 6% Student Level Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 7% Undergraduate High School (Dual Enrolled) 2, % 20% First-Time, Part-Time, Degree-Seeking 233 Gender Women 2,020 66% 37% Men 1,059 34% 3% Race/Ethnicity 28% White, non-hispanic 2,870 93% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 6% Black, non-hispanic Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander American Indian / Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien / Race Unknown % < 3% 28% 15% 8% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Geographic Distribution Ohio 99% Other US States and Territorities Other Countries 0% Age Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students 57% Average Age Percent of Students Age 25 or Older 26 43% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Percent Retained in Fall

18 Edison State Community College Page 2 Tuition and Financial Aid Annual FY 2009 tuition and fees (sticker price) for in-state, undergraduate students before financial aid was $3,450. The cost to attend Edison State Community College varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Degrees and Areas of Study Degrees Awarded at Edison State Community College in FY First- All Generation Students College Minority Financial Aid Awarded to Students Associate Degrees Certificates Overall Financial Aid 65% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received financial aid of some type including need-based grants and loans, work-study, and non need-based scholarships. Federal Financial Aid 32% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $2, of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received an institutional grant. The average grant for the year was $2,001. State Financial Aid 25% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $2,145. Federal Loans 20% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received a federal loan. The average loan amount for the year was $3,357. Percent of First-Time Students in FY 2007 Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid. Any Financial Aid Federal Grants 65% 32% Total 413 Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Associate Degrees Awarded in Arts & Humanities 3 Health 18% Business 17% Engineering 1 Social & Behavioral Sciences 8% All Other Degree Areas 13% Study at Edison State Community College Classroom Environment Post-Graduation Outcomes of Spring 2007 Associate Degree Graduates Employment in Ohio in 4th Quarter 2007 College Enrollment in Ohio in % of Classes with Fewer than 30 Students 92% % of Classes with Fewer than 50 Students 99% Students Engaged in Internships/Co-Op/Field Experience 216 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Master's Degree or Higher % 84% 2 13% State Grants Student Loans 25% 20% 32% 56% Employed, not in College Enrolled in College in Ohio Other NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source. 16

19 Hocking Technical College Nelsonville, OH (740) Student Characteristics - Fall 2007 Undergraduate Success and Progress Rate TOTAL ENROLLMENT 5,254 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking 1,140 Enrollment Status 1,868 3,386 52% 17% 26% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 10% Full Time Part Time 36% 27% STUDENT PROFILE 3% Student Level Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 6% Undergraduate High School (Dual Enrolled) 4, % 10% First-Time, Part-Time, Degree-Seeking 119 Gender Women 2,585 49% 39% Men 2, % Race/Ethnicity 26% White, non-hispanic 4,513 86% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 8% Black, non-hispanic Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander American Indian / Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien / Race Unknown % < < 8% 29% 22% 6% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 2% Geographic Distribution Ohio 95% Other US States and Territorities 3% Other Countries 2% Age Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students 55% Average Age Percent of Students Age 25 or Older 25 34% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Percent Retained in Fall

20 Hocking Technical College Page 2 Tuition and Financial Aid Annual FY 2009 tuition and fees (sticker price) for in-state, undergraduate students before financial aid was $3,546. The cost to attend Hocking Technical College varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Degrees and Areas of Study Degrees Awarded at Hocking Technical College in FY First- All Generation Students College Minority Financial Aid Awarded to Students Associate Degrees Certificates Overall Financial Aid 84% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received financial aid of some type including need-based grants and loans, work-study, and non need-based scholarships. Federal Financial Aid 42% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $2, % of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received an institutional grant. The average grant for the year was $1,746. State Financial Aid 32% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $1,502. Federal Loans 63% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received a federal loan. The average loan amount for the year was $3,053. Percent of First-Time Students in FY 2007 Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid. Any Financial Aid Federal Grants 84% 42% Total 1,204 Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Associate Degrees Awarded in Health 26% Natural Science & Mathematics 24% Business 17% Engineering 9% Education 2% All Other Degree Areas 22% Study at Hocking Technical College Classroom Environment Post-Graduation Outcomes of Spring 2007 Associate Degree Graduates Employment in Ohio in 4th Quarter 2007 College Enrollment in Ohio in % of Classes with Fewer than 30 Students 70% % of Classes with Fewer than 50 Students 92% Students Engaged in Internships/Co-Op/Field Experience 1,435 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Master's Degree or Higher % 38% 23% State Grants Student Loans 32% 63% 22% 55% Employed, not in College Enrolled in College in Ohio Other NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source. 18

21 Jefferson Community College Steubenville, OH (740) Student Characteristics - Fall 2007 Undergraduate Success and Progress Rate TOTAL ENROLLMENT 1,744 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking 185 Enrollment Status % % Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Full Time Part Time 39% 30% STUDENT PROFILE 5% Student Level Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 4% Undergraduate High School (Dual Enrolled) 1, % First-Time, Part-Time, Degree-Seeking 47 Gender Women 1,075 62% 32% Men % 4% Race/Ethnicity 23% White, non-hispanic 1,560 89% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 4% Black, non-hispanic Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander American Indian / Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien / Race Unknown % < 4% 19% 9% 9% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 2% Geographic Distribution Ohio 85% Other US States and Territorities 15% Other Countries 0% Age Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students 63% Average Age Percent of Students Age 25 or Older 26 39% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Percent Retained in Fall

22 Jefferson Community College Page 2 Tuition and Financial Aid Annual FY 2009 tuition and fees (sticker price) for in-state, undergraduate students before financial aid was $2,700. The cost to attend Jefferson Community College varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Degrees and Areas of Study Degrees Awarded at Jefferson Community College in FY First- All Generation Students College Minority Financial Aid Awarded to Students Associate Degrees Certificates Overall Financial Aid 84% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received financial aid of some type including need-based grants and loans, work-study, and non need-based scholarships. Federal Financial Aid 53% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $2, % of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received an institutional grant. The average grant for the year was $2,523. State Financial Aid 42% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $1,586. Federal Loans 0% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received a federal loan. The average loan amount for the year was $0. Percent of First-Time Students in FY 2007 Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid. Any Financial Aid Federal Grants 84% 53% Total 267 Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Associate Degrees Awarded in Business 28% Health 24% Arts & Humanities 18% Engineering 7% Social & Behavioral Sciences 6% All Other Degree Areas 18% Study at Jefferson Community College Classroom Environment Post-Graduation Outcomes of Spring 2007 Associate Degree Graduates Employment in Ohio in 4th Quarter 2007 College Enrollment in Ohio in % of Classes with Fewer than 30 Students 97% % of Classes with Fewer than 50 Students Students Engaged in Internships/Co-Op/Field Experience 251 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Master's Degree or Higher 35 66% 0% 83% 40% State Grants Student Loans 42% 0% 38% 4 Employed, not in College Enrolled in College in Ohio Other NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source. 2 20

23 Lorain County Community College Elyria, OH (440) Student Characteristics - Fall 2007 Undergraduate Success and Progress Rate TOTAL ENROLLMENT 10,824 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking 878 Enrollment Status 6, ,243 13% 40% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 8% Full Time Part Time 49% 33% STUDENT PROFILE 1 Student Level Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Undergraduate High School (Dual Enrolled) 9,475 1,349 88% 12% First-Time, Part-Time, Degree-Seeking 419 Gender Women 6,935 64% 42% Men 3,889 36% 2% Race/Ethnicity 34% White, non-hispanic 8,750 8 Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 6% Black, non-hispanic Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander American Indian / Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien / Race Unknown % 7% 3% 28% 13% 12% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 4% Geographic Distribution Ohio 99% Other US States and Territorities Other Countries Age Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students 59% Average Age Percent of Students Age 25 or Older 26 40% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Percent Retained in Fall

24 Lorain County Community College Page 2 Tuition and Financial Aid Annual FY 2009 tuition and fees (sticker price) for in-state, undergraduate students before financial aid was $2,400. The cost to attend Lorain County Community College varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Degrees and Areas of Study Degrees Awarded at Lorain County Community College in FY First- All Generation Students College Minority Financial Aid Awarded to Students Associate Degrees Certificates Overall Financial Aid 53% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received financial aid of some type including need-based grants and loans, work-study, and non need-based scholarships. Federal Financial Aid 34% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $2, % of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received an institutional grant. The average grant for the year was $2,109. State Financial Aid 26% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $1,457. Federal Loans 18% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received a federal loan. The average loan amount for the year was $2,549. Percent of First-Time Students in FY 2007 Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid. Any Financial Aid Federal Grants 53% 34% Total 1,091 Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Associate Degrees Awarded in Arts & Humanities 37% Health 33% Business 15% Engineering 6% Natural Science & Mathematics 2% All Other Degree Areas 8% Study at Lorain County Community College Classroom Environment Post-Graduation Outcomes of Spring 2007 Associate Degree Graduates Employment in Ohio in 4th Quarter 2007 College Enrollment in Ohio in % of Classes with Fewer than 30 Students 77% % of Classes with Fewer than 50 Students 94% Students Engaged in Internships/Co-Op/Field Experience 1,245 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Master's Degree or Higher % 9% 90% 12% 6% State Grants Student Loans 26% 18% 48% 46% Employed, not in College Enrolled in College in Ohio Other NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source. 22

25 Lakeland Community College Kirtland, OH (440) Student Characteristics - Fall 2007 Undergraduate Success and Progress Rate TOTAL ENROLLMENT 9,172 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking 808 Enrollment Status 5,324 59% 16% 3,848 3 Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 12% Full Time Part Time 46% 32% STUDENT PROFILE 7% Student Level Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 7% Undergraduate High School (Dual Enrolled) 8, % 5% First-Time, Part-Time, Degree-Seeking 472 Gender Women 5,486 60% 44% Men 3,686 40% 3% Race/Ethnicity 35% White, non-hispanic 7,300 80% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 7% Black, non-hispanic Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander American Indian / Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien / Race Unknown 1, % 2% < 4% 3 14% 10% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 7% Geographic Distribution Ohio 99% Other US States and Territorities < Other Countries < Age Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students 67% Average Age Percent of Students Age 25 or Older 28 46% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Percent Retained in Fall

26 Lakeland Community College Page 2 Tuition and Financial Aid Annual FY 2009 tuition and fees (sticker price) for in-state, undergraduate students before financial aid was $2,726. The cost to attend Lakeland Community College varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Degrees and Areas of Study Degrees Awarded at Lakeland Community College in FY First- All Generation Students College Minority Financial Aid Awarded to Students Associate Degrees Certificates Overall Financial Aid 64% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received financial aid of some type including need-based grants and loans, work-study, and non need-based scholarships. Federal Financial Aid 38% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $3,263. 8% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received an institutional grant. The average grant for the year was $759. State Financial Aid 35% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $1,806. Federal Loans 47% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received a federal loan. The average loan amount for the year was $2,805. Percent of First-Time Students in FY 2007 Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid. Any Financial Aid Federal Grants 64% 38% Total 968 Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Associate Degrees Awarded in Arts & Humanities 47% Health 24% Business 9% Engineering 7% Natural Science & Mathematics 2% All Other Degree Areas 1 Study at Lakeland Community College Classroom Environment Post-Graduation Outcomes of Spring 2007 Associate Degree Graduates Employment in Ohio in 4th Quarter 2007 College Enrollment in Ohio in % of Classes with Fewer than 30 Students 82% % of Classes with Fewer than 50 Students 98% Students Engaged in Internships/Co-Op/Field Experience 473 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Master's Degree or Higher % 5% 95% 8% 1 State Grants Student Loans 35% 47% 4 48% Employed, not in College Enrolled in College in Ohio Other NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source. 24

27 James A. Rhodes State College Lima, OH (419) Student Characteristics - Fall 2007 Undergraduate Success and Progress Rate TOTAL ENROLLMENT 3,381 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking 356 Enrollment Status 1,536 60% 26% 1,845 29% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Full Time Part Time 52% 44% STUDENT PROFILE 5% Student Level Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 3% Undergraduate High School (Dual Enrolled) 3, % 7% First-Time, Part-Time, Degree-Seeking 88 Gender Women 2,452 73% 44% Men % 10% Race/Ethnicity 32% White, non-hispanic 2,987 88% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 2% Black, non-hispanic Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander American Indian / Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien / Race Unknown % 2% < 2% 4 24% 13% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Geographic Distribution Ohio 99% Other US States and Territorities Other Countries < Age Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students 64% Average Age Percent of Students Age 25 or Older 25 42% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Percent Retained in Fall

28 James A. Rhodes State College Page 2 Tuition and Financial Aid Annual FY 2009 tuition and fees (sticker price) for in-state, undergraduate students before financial aid was $4,229. The cost to attend James A. Rhodes State College varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Degrees and Areas of Study Degrees Awarded at James A. Rhodes State College in FY First- All Generation Students College Minority Financial Aid Awarded to Students Associate Degrees Certificates Overall Financial Aid 80% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received financial aid of some type including need-based grants and loans, work-study, and non need-based scholarships. Federal Financial Aid 48% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $2, % of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received an institutional grant. The average grant for the year was $852. State Financial Aid 38% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $1,543. Federal Loans 48% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received a federal loan. The average loan amount for the year was $3,303. Percent of First-Time Students in FY 2007 Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid. Any Financial Aid Federal Grants 80% 48% Total 612 Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Associate Degrees Awarded in Health 54% Business 14% Engineering 1 Social & Behavioral Sciences 8% Natural Science & Mathematics 6% All Other Degree Areas 7% Study at James A. Rhodes State College Classroom Environment Post-Graduation Outcomes of Spring 2007 Associate Degree Graduates Employment in Ohio in 4th Quarter 2007 College Enrollment in Ohio in % of Classes with Fewer than 30 Students 76% % of Classes with Fewer than 50 Students 94% Students Engaged in Internships/Co-Op/Field Experience 1,064 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Master's Degree or Higher % 7 17% 7% State Grants Student Loans 38% 48% 15% Employed, not in College Enrolled in College in Ohio Other 78% NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source. 26

29 Zane State College Zanesville, OH (740) Student Characteristics - Fall 2007 Undergraduate Success and Progress Rate TOTAL ENROLLMENT 2,076 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking 256 Enrollment Status 57% 677 1,399 30% 20% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 7% Full Time Part Time 46% 37% STUDENT PROFILE 4% Student Level Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Undergraduate High School (Dual Enrolled) 1, % 5% First-Time, Part-Time, Degree-Seeking 65 Gender Women 1,255 60% 38% Men % 6% Race/Ethnicity 22% White, non-hispanic 1,815 87% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 1 Black, non-hispanic Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander American Indian / Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien / Race Unknown % < < < 6% 20% 14% 2% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Geographic Distribution Ohio Other US States and Territorities < Other Countries 0% Age Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students 62% Average Age Percent of Students Age 25 or Older 26 43% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Percent Retained in Fall

30 Zane State College Page 2 Tuition and Financial Aid Annual FY 2009 tuition and fees (sticker price) for in-state, undergraduate students before financial aid was $3,825. The cost to attend Zane State College varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Degrees and Areas of Study Degrees Awarded at Zane State College in FY First- All Generation Students College Minority Financial Aid Awarded to Students Associate Degrees Certificates Overall Financial Aid 9 of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received financial aid of some type including need-based grants and loans, work-study, and non need-based scholarships. Federal Financial Aid 58% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $2, % of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received an institutional grant. The average grant for the year was $2,763. State Financial Aid 50% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $1,726. Federal Loans 42% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received a federal loan. The average loan amount for the year was $3,492. Percent of First-Time Students in FY 2007 Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid. Any Financial Aid Federal Grants 9 58% Total 427 Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Associate Degrees Awarded in Health 34% Business 20% Engineering 16% Natural Science & Mathematics 14% Social & Behavioral Sciences 3% All Other Degree Areas 14% Study at Zane State College Classroom Environment Post-Graduation Outcomes of Spring 2007 Associate Degree Graduates Employment in Ohio in 4th Quarter 2007 College Enrollment in Ohio in % of Classes with Fewer than 30 Students 96% % of Classes with Fewer than 50 Students 99% Students Engaged in Internships/Co-Op/Field Experience 360 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Master's Degree or Higher 59 54% 0% 66% 28% 8% State Grants Student Loans 50% 42% 20% Employed, not in College Enrolled in College in Ohio Other 72% NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source. 28

31 Marion Technical College Marion, OH (740) Student Characteristics - Fall 2007 Undergraduate Success and Progress Rate TOTAL ENROLLMENT 2,126 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking 186 Enrollment Status 5 1, % 30% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 4% Full Time Part Time 40% 32% STUDENT PROFILE 5% Student Level Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 3% Undergraduate High School (Dual Enrolled) 1, % 16% First-Time, Part-Time, Degree-Seeking 81 Gender Women 1, % Men % 6% Race/Ethnicity 28% White, non-hispanic 1,929 9 Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 5% Black, non-hispanic Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander American Indian / Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien / Race Unknown % < 27% 17% 6% Percent that Transferred to another Ohio Institution 4% Geographic Distribution Ohio Other US States and Territorities < Other Countries 0% Age Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students 52% Average Age Percent of Students Age 25 or Older 27 48% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Percent Retained in Fall

32 Marion Technical College Page 2 Tuition and Financial Aid Annual FY 2009 tuition and fees (sticker price) for in-state, undergraduate students before financial aid was $3,660. The cost to attend Marion Technical College varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Degrees and Areas of Study Degrees Awarded at Marion Technical College in FY First- All Generation Students College Minority Financial Aid Awarded to Students Associate Degrees Certificates Overall Financial Aid 74% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received financial aid of some type including need-based grants and loans, work-study, and non need-based scholarships. Federal Financial Aid 58% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $2, % of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received an institutional grant. The average grant for the year was $1,259. State Financial Aid 53% of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in $1,810. Federal Loans 4 of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in received a federal loan. The average loan amount for the year was $1,668. Percent of First-Time Students in FY 2007 Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid. Any Financial Aid Federal Grants 74% 58% Total 433 Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Associate Degrees Awarded in Health 47% Business 18% Engineering 12% Social & Behavioral Sciences 8% Natural Science & Mathematics 4% All Other Degree Areas 10% Study at Marion Technical College Classroom Environment Post-Graduation Outcomes of Spring 2007 Associate Degree Graduates Employment in Ohio in 4th Quarter 2007 College Enrollment in Ohio in % of Classes with Fewer than 30 Students 90% % of Classes with Fewer than 50 Students 99% Students Engaged in Internships/Co-Op/Field Experience 599 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Master's Degree or Higher 42 62% 0% 62% State Grants Student Loans 10% 53% 4 13% 7% Employed, not in College Enrolled in College in Ohio Other 80% NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source. 30

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