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1 LBB Performance Measures FY 2013 Compiled by: Office of Institutional Intelligence & Research Tarrant County College District February 2015

2 1. Percentage of Courses Completed Courses Completed College District - by % Completion Courses Completed Alamo Community College District 89.40% Collin County Community College District 92.20% Austin Community College District 84.00% South Texas Community College 92.10% Collin County Community College District 92.20% Houston Community College System 91.64% Dallas County Community College District 86.79% Lone Star College System 90.33% El Paso Community College District 90.01% Statewide 90.10% Houston Community College System 91.64% El Paso Community College District 90.01% Lone Star College System 90.33% San Jacinto College District 89.55% San Jacinto College District 89.55% Alamo Community College District 89.40% South Texas Community College 92.10% Dallas County Community College District 86.79% Tarrant County College District 86.53% Tarrant County College District 86.53% Statewide 90.10% Austin Community College District 84.00% Source: LBB Performance Measures History Report 2 2/17/2015

3 2. Percentage of Contact Hours Taught by Full-Time Faculty % Contact Hours Taught by Full-time Faculty College District - by % Contact Hours % Contact Hours Taught by Full-time Faculty Alamo Community College District 52.40% South Texas Community College 73.63% Austin Community College District 44.00% Statewide 68.80% Collin County Community College District 55.00% San Jacinto College District 64.23% Dallas County Community College District 47.00% El Paso Community College District 55.70% El Paso Community College District 55.70% Collin County Community College District 55.00% Houston Community College System 54.30% Tarrant County College District 54.93% Lone Star College System 41.41% Houston Community College System 54.30% San Jacinto College District 64.23% Alamo Community College District 52.40% South Texas Community College 73.63% Dallas County Community College District 47.00% Tarrant County College District 54.93% Austin Community College District 44.00% Statewide 68.80% Lone Star College System 41.41% Source: LBB Performance Measures History Report 3 2/17/2015

4 3. Number of Who Transfer to a University No. of who Transfer to a University College District - by Transfers No. of who Transfer to a University Alamo Community College District 1,250 Statewide 20,068 Austin Community College District 1,223 Lone Star College System 2,501 Collin County Community College District 1,045 Dallas County Community College District 1,443 Dallas County Community College District 1,443 Alamo Community College District 1,250 El Paso Community College District 680 Austin Community College District 1,223 Houston Community College System 671 Tarrant County College District 1,186 Lone Star College System 2,501 Collin County Community College District 1,045 San Jacinto College District 793 San Jacinto College District 793 South Texas Community College 601 El Paso Community College District 680 Tarrant County College District 1,186 Houston Community College System 671 Statewide 20,068 South Texas Community College 601 Source: LBB Performance Measures History Report 4 2/17/2015

5 4. Percentage of Enrolled Who Are Minorities Enrolled who are Minorities College District - by % Minority Enrolled who are Minorities Alamo Community College District 66.10% South Texas Community College 93.70% Austin Community College District 39.00% El Paso Community College District 87.80% Collin County Community College District 31.80% Alamo Community College District 66.10% Dallas County Community College District 60.00% Houston Community College System 63.90% El Paso Community College District 87.80% Dallas County Community College District 60.00% Houston Community College System 63.90% Lone Star College System 57.42% Lone Star College System 57.42% San Jacinto College District 55.47% San Jacinto College District 55.47% Tarrant County College District 46.64% South Texas Community College 93.70% Statewide 46.50% Tarrant County College District 46.64% Austin Community College District 39.00% Statewide 46.50% Collin County Community College District 31.80% Source: LBB Performance Measures History Report 5 2/17/2015

6 5. Percentage of Enrolled Who Are Academically Disadvantaged Enrolled who are Acad Disadv College District - by % Acad Disadv Enrolled who are Acad Disadv Alamo Community College District 79.20% Houston Community College System 80.60% Austin Community College District 16.00% Alamo Community College District 79.20% Collin County Community College District 22.20% El Paso Community College District 42.80% Dallas County Community College District 40.62% Dallas County Community College District 40.62% El Paso Community College District 42.80% Lone Star College System 40.01% Houston Community College System 80.60% Statewide 30.50% Lone Star College System 40.01% Tarrant County College District 27.92% San Jacinto College District 25.04% San Jacinto College District 25.04% South Texas Community College 14.00% Collin County Community College District 22.20% Tarrant County College District 27.92% Austin Community College District 16.00% Statewide 30.50% South Texas Community College 14.00% Source: LBB Performance Measures History Report 6 2/17/2015

7 6. Percentage of Enrolled Who Are Economically Disadvantaged Enrolled who are Econ Disadv College District - by % Econ Disadv Enrolled who are Econ Disadv Alamo Community College District 32.00% Houston Community College System 94.40% Austin Community College District 30.00% El Paso Community College District 55.40% Collin County Community College District 19.60% Dallas County Community College District 49.12% Dallas County Community College District 49.12% Tarrant County College District 43.32% El Paso Community College District 55.40% South Texas Community College 43.10% Houston Community College System 94.40% Statewide 38.30% Lone Star College System 33.71% Lone Star College System 33.71% San Jacinto College District 25.75% Alamo Community College District 32.00% South Texas Community College 43.10% Austin Community College District 30.00% Tarrant County College District 43.32% San Jacinto College District 25.75% Statewide 38.30% Collin County Community College District 19.60% Source: LBB Performance Measures History Report 7 2/17/2015

8 7a. Percentage of Remedial Who Met a TSI Obligation in Math Remedial who Satisfy a TSI Obl in Math College District - by % TSI Obl Met in Math Remedial who Met a TSI Obl in Math Alamo Community College District 24.00% Houston Community College System 83.50% Austin Community College District 24.70% San Jacinto College District 47.20% Collin County Community College District 24.90% Lone Star College System 36.90% Dallas County Community College District 22.90% South Texas Community College 36.30% El Paso Community College District 24.80% Statewide 35.70% Houston Community College System 83.50% Tarrant County College District 28.30% Lone Star College System 36.90% Collin County Community College District 24.90% San Jacinto College District 47.20% El Paso Community College District 24.80% South Texas Community College 36.30% Austin Community College District 24.70% Tarrant County College District 28.30% Alamo Community College District 24.00% Statewide 35.70% Dallas County Community College District 22.90% Source: LBB Performance Measures History Report 8 2/17/2015

9 7b. Percentage of Remedial Who Met a TSI Obligation in Reading Remedial who Satisfy a TSI Obl in Reading College District - by % TSI Obl Met in Reading Remedial who Met a TSI Obl in Reading Alamo Community College District 44.90% Houston Community College System 87.50% Austin Community College District 33.50% San Jacinto College District 64.70% Collin County Community College District 52.00% El Paso Community College District 62.90% Dallas County Community College District 32.70% Lone Star College System 55.10% El Paso Community College District 62.90% Statewide 53.30% Houston Community College System 87.50% South Texas Community College 52.70% Lone Star College System 55.10% Tarrant County College District 52.70% San Jacinto College District 64.70% Collin County Community College District 52.00% South Texas Community College 52.70% Alamo Community College District 44.90% Tarrant County College District 52.70% Austin Community College District 33.50% Statewide 53.30% Dallas County Community College District 32.70% Source: LBB Performance Measures History Report 9 2/17/2015

10 7c. Percentage of Remedial Who Met a TSI Obligation in Writing Remedial who Satisfy a TSI Obl in Writing College District - by % TSI Obl Met in Writing Remedial who Met a TSI Obl in Writing Alamo Community College District 50.40% Houston Community College System 88.70% Austin Community College District 30.30% Lone Star College System 72.90% Collin County Community College District 38.80% Alamo Community College District 50.40% Dallas County Community College District 31.10% Statewide 48.30% El Paso Community College District 41.20% San Jacinto College District 44.80% Houston Community College System 88.70% South Texas Community College 42.30% Lone Star College System 72.90% El Paso Community College District 41.20% San Jacinto College District 44.80% Tarrant County College District 41.10% South Texas Community College 42.30% Collin County Community College District 38.80% Tarrant County College District 41.10% Dallas County Community College District 31.10% Statewide 48.30% Austin Community College District 30.30% Source: LBB Performance Measures History Report 10 2/17/2015

11 8. Percentage of Who Pass a Licensure Exam Who Pass a Licensure Exam College District - by % Passing Licensure Who Pass a Licensure Exam Alamo Community College District 88.60% Austin Community College District 98.00% Austin Community College District 98.00% Collin County Community College District 95.20% Collin County Community College District 95.20% Tarrant County College District 93.21% Dallas County Community College District 93.11% Dallas County Community College District 93.11% El Paso Community College District 80.20% South Texas Community College 92.90% Houston Community College System 85.90% Lone Star College System 92.57% Lone Star College System 92.57% Alamo Community College District 88.60% San Jacinto College District 80.36% Statewide 88.40% South Texas Community College 92.90% Houston Community College System 85.90% Tarrant County College District 93.21% San Jacinto College District 80.36% Statewide 88.40% El Paso Community College District 80.20% Source: LBB Performance Measures History Report 11 2/17/2015

12 9. Institutional Support (Previously Administrative Cost) Institutional Support College District - by % Support Institutional Support Alamo Community College District 17.20% Houston Community College System 18.62% Austin Community College District 13.90% Alamo Community College District 17.20% Collin County Community College District 9.79% San Jacinto College District 16.41% Dallas County Community College District 15.32% Dallas County Community College District 15.32% El Paso Community College District 11.79% Statewide 14.20% Houston Community College System 18.62% South Texas Community College 14.18% Lone Star College System 8.85% Austin Community College District 13.90% San Jacinto College District 16.41% El Paso Community College District 11.79% South Texas Community College 14.18% Tarrant County College District 10.83% Tarrant County College District 10.83% Collin County Community College District 9.79% Statewide 14.20% Lone Star College System 8.85% Source: LBB Performance Measures History Report 12 2/17/2015

13 10. Number of Degrees or Certificates Awarded No. of Degrees or Certificates Awarded College District - by Degrees/Certificates No. of Degrees or Certificates Awarded Alamo Community College District 6,371 Statewide 90,076 Austin Community College District 2,599 Dallas County Community College District 8,741 Collin County Community College District 2,339 Alamo Community College District 6,371 Dallas County Community College District 8,741 Lone Star College System 6,214 El Paso Community College District 4,470 Houston Community College System 6,029 Houston Community College System 6,029 Tarrant County College District 5,724 Lone Star College System 6,214 San Jacinto College District 5,076 San Jacinto College District 5,076 El Paso Community College District 4,470 South Texas Community College 4,324 South Texas Community College 4,324 Tarrant County College District 5,724 Austin Community College District 2,599 Statewide 90,076 Collin County Community College District 2,339 Source: LBB Performance Measures History Report 13 2/17/2015

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