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1 Student Demographics This section can be used for finding: 2th Class Day student headcount for the semester. student characteristics statistics. Contents Useful Terms... 8 District-wide... 9 Headcount by Age and Gender Headcount by Ethnicity and Gender... 2 Headcount by Gender and Full/Part-time Status...22 Headcount by Ethnicity and Full/Part-time Status Headcount by Full/Part-time Status Headcount by Day/Evening Classification Headcount by Region and Zip Code Headcount by Zip Code Map... 3 Headcount by Zip Code Declared Majors High School Concurrent Enrollment by School District Developmental Education... 46

2 Useful Terms 2th Class Day Data total enrollments as of the 2th day of class of the 6-week session. (Official Reporting Date for the Fall and Spring Semesters.) Headcount the number of students enrolled in one or more courses. This number may be duplicated or unduplicated. High School Concurrent Enrollment the number of students enrolled in high school (as juniors and seniors) and in college. These students receive college credit and may receive high school graduation credit for the classes they take at ACC. In-district students who live within ACC s tax-paying districts and pay taxes in support of the college and receive lower in-district tuition rates. Students who live or own property within the City of Austin or the Austin, Del Valle, Leander, or Manor Independent School Districts, as well as portions of Eanes, Pflugerville and Round Rock Independent School Districts are considered in-district students. Out-of-district students who live outside ACC s in-district taxing boundaries as identified in the in-district definition. Higher out-of-district tuition rates are charged to out-of-district students. Reporting Dates Fall/Spring: 2th Class Day Telecommunicated Instruction courses delivered to individuals and groups by synchronous or asynchronous methods. Delivery methods include instructional television (using recorded video programs shown on cable TV and on cassette), Personal Computer with Modem (using Internet and ), print-based courses (using a textbook), directed studies, and live televised classes (to individual students via the Internet or cable television). 8

3 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS District-wide Fall Student Headcount Credit Hours Fall , ,234 Fall , ,957 Fall , ,569 Fall , ,355 33, , % chg 0.94%.72% Average Credit Hours % Contact Hours 4,609,320 4,65,496 4,832,704 5,06,656 5,23,072.5% Average Contact Hours % Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE)¹ 5,949 6,064 6,905 7,490 7,89.72% Residency In-District 20, % 2, % 23, % 23, % 23, % 5.4% Out-of-District 8, % 8, % 7, % 8, % 9, % 2.80% Out-of-State/International % % % % 573.7% 26.49% Other/Unknown % % % % % % Gender Male 3, % 3, % 3, % 4, % 4, % 9.46% Female 7, % 7, % 8, % 8, % 9, % 2.09% Student Status Part-time 2, % 22, % 23, % 23, % 24, % 0.54% Full-time 8, % 8, % 8, % 9, % 9, % 2.03% Ethnicity White 8, % 8, % 9, % 9, % 9, % 8.30% Hispanic 6, % 6, % 7, % 8, % 7, % 9.72% Black 2, % 2,94 7.2% 2, % 2, % 2, % 26.07% Asian/Pacific Islander, %, %, %, %, %.04% Am. Indian/Alaskan Native % % % % %.4% Non-Resident Alien % % % % % % Other/Unknown % 52.68% % % 48.44% -7.78% Age 6 and Under % % % % % 5.29% 7, %,8 3.67%, %, %, % 50.8% 8 2,50 8.3% 2, % 2, % 3, % 3, % 27.37% 9-2 9, % 9, % 9, % 9, % 9, % 7.83% , % 5, % 5, % 5, % 5, %.7% , % 5, % 5, % 5, % 5, % 9.25% , % 2, % 2, % 2, % 2, % -.74% ,353.0% 3, % 3, % 3, % 3, % 6.% % % % % % 24.35% 65 and Over % % % % % 49.2% Unknown % % % % %. Average Age % Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) is based on 5 SCH. Fact Books prior to Fall 2004 calculated FTSE based on 2 SCH. To standardize reporting with that of the THECB, calculations are now based on 5 SCH. 2 Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers. NOTE: Percents may not add to 00 due to rounding. 9

4 Headcount by Age and Gender Age Male Female Total 6 and Under % % % %, %, % 8, %, % 3, % 9-2 4, % 5, % 9, % , % 2, % 5, % , % 3, % 5, % 3-35, %, % 2, % 36-50, % 2, % 3, % % % % 65 and Over % % % Unknown % % % TOTAL 4, % 9, % 33, % 6,000 Headcount by Age and Gender 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000,000 0 <= >=65 Male Female NOTE: Percents may not add to 00 due to rounding. 20

5 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Headcount by Ethnicity and Gender Ethnicity Male Female Total White 8, %, % 9, % Hispanic 3, % 4, % 7, % Black %, % 2, % Asian/Pacific Islander % %, % Am. Indian/Alaskan Native 53.06% % % Non-Resident Alien % % % Other/Unknown 93.34% 288.5% 48.44% TOTAL 4, % 9, % 33, % Headcount by Ethnicity. and Gender 2,000 0,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 0 White Hispanic Black Asian/P. Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Nat. Non-Resident Alien Other/Unknown Male Female NOTE: Percents may not add to 00 due to rounding. 2

6 Headcount by Gender and Full/Part-time Status Gender Full-time Part-time Total Male 4, % 9, % 4, % Female 4, % 4, % 9, % TOTAL 9, % 24, % 33, % Headcount by Ethnicity and Full/Part-time Status Ethnicity Full-time Part-time Total White 5, % 4, % 9, % Hispanic, % 5, % 7, % Black % 2, % 2, % Asian/Pacific Islander %, %, % Am. Indian/Alaskan Native % % % Non-Resident Alien % % % Other/Unknown 0.9% 37.53% 48.44% TOTAL 9, % 24, % 33, % NOTE: Percents may not add to 00 due to rounding. 22

7 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Headcount by Full/Part-time Status Fall Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall % chg FULL-TIME STUDENTS¹ Headcount 8,24 8,247 8,829 9,28 9, % % of Total 27.29% 27.09% 27.67% 27.90% 27.55% Average Hours Attempted % PART-TIME STUDENTS² Headcount 2,962 22,92 23,079 23,82 24, % % of Total 72.7% 72.9% 72.33% 72.0% 72.45% Average Hours Attempted % TOTAL HEADCOUNT 30,203 30,439 3,908 33,039 33, % Headcount by Full/Part-time Status 30,000 25,000 20,000 5,000 0,000 5,000 0 Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Full-time Part-time Full-time students are those enrolled in 2 or more semester credit hours 2 Part-time students are those enrolled in less than 2 semester credit hours. NOTE: Percents may not add to 00 due to rounding. 23

8 Headcount by Day/Evening Classification Fall Classification Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall % chg Day 4,24 4,229 5,367 5,927 6, % % of Total 47.5% 46.75% 48.6% 48.2% 48.02% Evening 4,676 4,407 4,529 4,640 4, % % of Total 5.48% 4.48% 4.9% 4.04% 2.89% Telecommunicated 2,207 2,360 2,58 2,569 2, % % of Total 7.3% 7.75% 7.89% 7.78% 8.73% Day & Evening 5,608 5,73 5,790 6,023 6, % % of Total 8.57% 8.77% 8.5% 8.23% 8.37% Day & Telecommunicated,856,992 2,027 2,2 2, % % of Total 6.5% 6.54% 6.35% 6.69% 6.66% Evening & Telecommunicated % % of Total 2.79% 2.87% 2.57% 2.62% 2.84% Day & Evening & Telecommunicated % % of Total 2.22% 2.43% 2.5% 2.2% 2.27% Non-identifiable % % of Total 0.33% 0.4% 0.54% 0.3% 0.22% Total 30,203 30,439 3,908 33,039 33, % NOTES: Classifications are mutually exclusive. Day students are enrolled in courses that begin before 5:30 PM and evening students are enrolled in courses that begin at or after 5:30 PM. The Non-identifiable category includes self-paced courses and courses without designated meeting times. Percents may not add to 00 due to rounding. 24

9 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Headcount by Region and Zip Code Fall Region Zip Code Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall % chg Austin, Central Austin % Austin % Austin 78705,002, % Austin Austin % Austin % Austin % Austin % Total 3,263 3,78 3,073 3,024 2, % % of Grand Total 0.80% 0.44% 9.63% 9.5% 8.73% Austin, East Austin % Austin % Austin % Austin % Total,49,435,432,360, % % of Grand Total 4.70% 4.7% 4.49% 4.2% 4.08% Austin, North Austin % Austin % Austin 78758,524,469,456,38, % Total 2,548 2,453 2,478 2,47 2, % % of Grand Total 8.44% 8.06% 7.77% 7.48% 7.56% Austin, Northwest Austin % Austin % Austin % Austin % Austin 78759,42,09, % Total 2,487 2,34 2,428 2,302 2, % % of Grand Total 8.23% 7.69% 7.6% 6.97% 6.99% NOTE: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions developed by ACC administration. 25

10 Headcount by Region and Zip Code (continued) Fall Region Zip Code Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall % chg Austin/Travis County, South Manchaca % Austin 78704,275,302,37,237, % Austin 78745,683,743,722,79, % Austin 78748,036,045,045, % Total 4,087 4,90 4,8 4,264 4,44.39% % of Grand Total 3.53% 3.77% 3.0% 2.9% 2.37% Austin/Travis County, Southeast Del Valle % Austin % Austin 7874,388,702 2,00 2,4 2, % Austin % Austin % Austin % Total 2,353 2,832 3,302 3,526 3, % % of Grand Total 7.79% 9.30% 0.35% 0.67% 0.29% Austin/Travis County, Southwest Austin % Austin % Austin % Austin % Austin 78749,6,20,086,044, % Total 2,62 2,59 2,66 2,86 2, % % of Grand Total 7.6% 7.09% 6.79% 6.62% 6.70% NOTE: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions developed by ACC administration. 26

11 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Headcount by Region and Zip Code (continued) Fall Region Zip Code Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall % chg Bastrop County¹ Bastrop % Cedar Creek % Elgin % McDade % Paige % Red Rock % Rosanky % Smithville % Total % % of Grand Total.5%.53%.57%.70%.90% Blanco County¹ Blanco % Hye Johnson City % Round Mountain % Total % % of Grand Total 0.3% 0.6% 0.22% 0.24% 0.22% Burnet County¹ Bertram % Briggs % Burnet % Marble Falls % Total % % of Grand Total 0.3% 0.26% 0.23% 0.23% 0.23% These numbers do not represent total enrollment for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county. NOTE: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions developed by ACC administration. 27

12 Headcount by Region and Zip Code (continued) Fall Region Zip Code Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall % chg Caldwell County¹ Dale % Lockhart % Luling % Martindale % Maxwell % Total % % of Grand Total 0.88% 0.96%.0%.5%.6% Cedar Park/Leander Cedar Park 7863,23,264,480,466, % Leander % Liberty Hill % Total 2,054 2,46 2,479 2,473 2, % % of Grand Total 6.80% 7.05% 7.77% 7.49% 8.3% Georgetown/North Williamson County Florence % Granger % Jarrell % Georgetown % Georgetown % Total % % of Grand Total.87%.69%.89% 2.00% 2.07% Gillespie County¹ Doss % Fredericksburg % Harper % Stonewall Willow City % Total % % of Grand Total 0.56% 0.59% 0.48% 0.48% 0.44% These numbers do not represent total enrollment for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county. NOTE: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions developed by ACC administration. 28

13 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Headcount by Region and Zip Code (continued) Fall Region Zip Code Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall % chg Gonzales County Leesville Nixon % Smiley % Cost % Gonzales % Total % % of Grand Total 0.4% 0.% 0.3% 0.2% 0.3% Hays County¹ Buda % Driftwood % Dripping Springs % Kyle % San Marcos % Wimberley % Austin % Total,383,434,559,647, % % of Grand Total 4.58% 4.7% 4.89% 4.99% 5.62% Manor/East Travis County Manor % Austin % Austin % Total % % of Grand Total.39%.59%.70%.78% 2.00% Pflugerville/Northeast Travis County Pflugerville % Austin ,003, % Austin % Total,753,779,934 2,068 2, % % of Grand Total 5.80% 5.84% 6.06% 6.26% 6.56% These numbers do not represent total enrollment for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county. NOTE: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions developed by ACC administration. 29

14 Headcount by Region and Zip Code (continued) Fall Region Zip Code Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall % chg Round Rock Round Rock % Round Rock % Austin % Austin % Total,820 2,008 2,207 2,368 2, % % of Grand Total 6.03% 6.60% 6.92% 7.7% 7.5% Taylor/Hutto/East Williamson County Taylor % Thrall % Coupland % Hutto % Total % % of Grand Total 0.43% 0.45% 0.4% 0.46% 0.64% West Travis County Leander % Spicewood % Austin % Austin % Austin % Austin % Total % % of Grand Total.89% 2.9%.96% 2.09% 2.4% Other/Unknown 2,8,586,578,96, % Total 2,8,586,578,96, % % of Grand Total 7.0% 5.2% 4.95% 5.94% 4.53% GRAND TOTAL 30,203 30,439 3,908 33,039 33, % NOTE: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions developed by ACC administration. 30

15 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Austin Community College Headcount by Zip Code Map The shaded areas represent the zip code boundaries for data shown on the previous pages BURNET TRAVIS HAYS Miles WILLIAMSON BASTROP Highways Headcount Lakes 0 ACC Tax Jurisdiction - 00 Counties Zip Code > 600 NOTE: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. 3

16 Headcount by Zip Code Fall Zip Code Region Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall % chg Florence Georgetown/North Williamson County % Granger Georgetown/North Williamson County % Jarrell Georgetown/North Williamson County % Taylor Taylor/Hutto/East Williamson County % Thrall Taylor/Hutto/East Williamson County % 7822 Leesville Gonzales County Nixon Gonzales County % 7859 Smiley Gonzales County % Bastrop Bastrop County¹ % Bertram Burnet County¹ % Blanco Blanco County¹ % Briggs Burnet County¹ % 7860 Buda Hays County¹ % 786 Burnet Burnet County¹ % 7862 Cedar Creek Bastrop County¹ % 7863 Cedar Park Cedar Park/Leander,23,264,480,466, % 7864 Cost Gonzales County % 7865 Coupland Taylor/Hutto/East Williamson County % 7866 Dale Caldwell County¹ % 7867 Del Valle Austin/Travis County, Southeast % 7868 Doss Gillespie County¹ % 7869 Driftwood Hays County¹ % Dripping Springs Hays County¹ % 7862 Elgin Bastrop County¹ % Fredericksburg Gillespie County¹ % Georgetown Georgetown/North Williamson County % Georgetown Georgetown/North Williamson County % Gonzales Gonzales County % 7863 Harper Gillespie County¹ % Hutto Taylor/Hutto/East Williamson County % Hye Blanco County¹ Johnson City Blanco County¹ % Kyle Hays County¹ % 7864 Leander Cedar Park/Leander % Liberty Hill Cedar Park/Leander % Lockhart Caldwell County¹ % Leander West Travis County % Luling Caldwell County¹ % McDade Bastrop County¹ % These numbers do not represent total enrollment for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county. NOTE: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions developed by ACC administration. 32

17 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Headcount by Zip Code (continued) Fall Zip Code Region Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall % chg Manchaca Austin/Travis County, South % Manor Manor/East Travis County % Marble Falls Burnet County¹ % Martindale Caldwell County¹ % Maxwell Caldwell County¹ % Paige Bastrop County¹ % Pflugerville Pflugerville/Northeast Travis County % Red Rock Bastrop County¹ % Round Mountain Blanco County¹ % Round Rock Round Rock % San Marcos Hays County¹ % Spicewood West Travis County % 7867 Stonewall Gillespie County¹ Willow City Gillespie County¹ % Wimberley Hays County¹ % 7868 Round Rock Round Rock % 7870 Austin Austin, Central % Austin Austin, East % Austin Austin, Central % Austin Austin/Travis County, South,275,302,37,237, % Austin Austin, Central,002, % 7872 Austin Austin, Central Austin Round Rock % 7879 Austin Austin/Travis County, Southeast % 7872 Austin Austin, East % Austin Austin, East % Austin Austin, East % Austin Manor/East Travis County % Austin Manor/East Travis County % Austin Austin, Northwest % Austin Austin, North % Austin Austin, North % Austin Round Rock % Austin Austin, Northwest % 7873 Austin Austin, Northwest % Austin West Travis County % Austin West Travis County % Austin West Travis County % Austin Austin/Travis County, Southwest % These numbers do not represent total enrollment for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county. NOTE: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions developed by ACC administration. 33

18 Headcount by Zip Code (continued) Fall Zip Code Region Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall % chg Austin Austin/Travis County, Southwest % Austin Hays County¹ % Austin West Travis County % Austin Austin/Travis County, Southwest % 7874 Austin Austin/Travis County, Southeast,388,702 2,00 2,4 2, % Austin Austin/Travis County, Southeast % Austin Austin/Travis County, Southeast % Austin Austin/Travis County, South,683,743,722,79, % Austin Austin/Travis County, Southwest % Austin Austin/Travis County, Southeast % Austin Austin/Travis County, South,036,045,045, % Austin Austin/Travis County, Southwest,6,20,086,044, % Austin Austin, Northwest % 7875 Austin Austin, Central % Austin Austin, Central % Austin Pflugerville/Northeast Travis County ,003, % Austin Pflugerville/Northeast Travis County % Austin Austin, Central % Austin Austin, Central % Austin Austin, North,524,469,456,38, % Austin Austin, Northwest,42,09, % Rosanky Bastrop County¹ % Smithville Bastrop County¹ % Other/Unknown 2,8,586,578,96, % GRAND TOTAL 30,203 30,439 3,908 33,039 33, % These numbers do not represent total enrollment for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county. NOTE: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions developed by ACC administration. 34

19 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Declared Majors Associate of Arts (AA) Programs no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan. Anthropology 97 Art 599 Communications 75 Creative Writing 34 Dance 75 Drama 36 Economics 27 English 346 Foreign Lanuage French 32 General 4 German 6 Japanese 4 Latin Russian Spanish 3 General Studies 2,625 Early Childhood Education 23 Grade 4-8 Certification 43 Geography 34 Geographic Information Systems Government 97 History 273 Journalism 268 Music 44 Performing Arts 0 Philosophy 62 Psychology 87 Radio-Television-Film 376 Social Work 89 Sociology Speech 49 Undeclared 700 TOTAL 8,7 35

20 Declared Majors Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) Education 8-2 Grade Levels 254 EC-4 & 4-8 Grade Levels 79 EC-4 Grade Levels - Early Childhood Specialization 45 TOTAL 884 Associate of Science (AS) Biology 57 Business Administration,592 Chemistry 8 Computer Science 554 Engineering 708 Environmental Studies 54 General Studies in Science 240 Geology 52 Health & Kinesiology Health 26 Kinesiology 26 Mathematics 32 Physical Sciences 8 Physics - Astronomy 82 Pre-Dental 4 Pre-Medical 665 Pre-Pharmacy 236 Pre-Veterinary 23 Undeclared 347 TOTAL 6,046 Programs no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan. 36

21 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Declared Majors Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Architectural and Engineering Computer Aided Design Architectural Specialization 57 Electronic Graphics Specialization 5 Interdisciplinary Specialization 6 Mechanical Specialization 7 Accounting 75 Accounting Specialist 32 Accounting Technician 99 Professional Accountant 90 Automotive Technology 22 Biotechnology 53 Building Construction Technology - Construction Management 60 Business & Technical Communication 3 Business & Government Communications 99 Technical Communications 78 Business Management 3 Child Development 50 Commercial Art 4 Commercial Music Management 82 Computer Information Technology 56 Computer Programming 256 Local Area Network Systems-Network Administration 6 Microcomputer Application Support 25 Microcomputer Applications - User & Desktop Support 3 Web Programming Specialization 0 Criminal Justice Corrections 58 Law Enforcement 379 Law Enforcement Advanced Skills 4 Culinary Arts 5 Dental Hygiene 98 Electronics and Advanced Technology Automation,Robotics and Control Technology 20 Computer Electronics/Telecommunications 24 Electronic Technology 2 Engineering 2 Power Technology Specialization 4 Programs no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan. 37

22 Declared Majors Associate of Applied Science (AAS) (continued) Electronics and Advanced Technology (continued) Robotics/Instrumentation & Control 3 Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology 24 Technician 52 Emergency Medical Services Professions 30 Tech Prep 2 Engineering Design Graphics 0 Architectural Specialty 225 Electronic Graphics Specialty 2 Interdisciplinary Specialty 9 Mechanical Specialty 32 Environmental Technology 2 Financial Management and Mortgage Banking Financial Management Mortgage Banking 26 Fire Protection Technology 62 Heating, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration Technology 49 Hospitality Management Baccalaureate Prep Specialization 8 Food & Lodging Specialization 8 Hotel & Lodging Specialization 3 Hotel Specialization 3 Meeting and Event Planning Specialization 22 Restaurant Specialization Travel & Tourism 0 Human Services Addictions Counseling 40 General Human Services 8 Interpreter Preparation Program 74 Therapeutic Recreation 9 International Business 46 Jewelry 8 Land Surveying Technology 25 Legal Assistant 46 Management 296 Administrative Specialist 2 Marketing 232 Fashion Merchandising 09 Programs no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan. 38

23 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Declared Majors Associate of Applied Science (AAS) (continued) Medical Laboratory Technology 82 Nursing Nursing Mobility Track 76 Nursing Traditional Track 92 Occupational Therapy Assistant 53 Office Administration 5 Administrative Assistant 34 Legal Administrative Assistant 9 Medical Administrative Assistant 39 Personal Fitness Trainer 9 Photographic Technology Advertising-Fashion Focus 57 People-Portrait Focus 53 Photography & Graphic Arts Professional Photography 5 Physical Fitness Technician 2 Physical Therapist Assistant 9 Printing & Desktop Publishing Production 3 Quality Assurance Management & Technology 2 Radiology 406 Real Estate 5 Sonography Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography 30 Diagnostic Medical Sonography 95 Surgical Technology 74 Undeclared 342 Visual Communication Design 47 2D Animation Specialization 25 3D Animation Specialization 2 Graphic Arts Technology Specialization 6 Graphic Design Specialization 46 Interactive Design Specialization 32 Welding Technology 2 Art Metals 28 Code Welding 32 Code Welding-US Navy - Tech Prep 2 TOTAL 7,754 Programs no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan. 39

24 Declared Majors Certificates Accounting Accounting Clerk 9 Professional Accountant 55 Architectural and Engineering Computer Aided Design Architechtural and Engineering CAD 4 Integrated Circuit Layout & Design Specialization 4 Automotive Technology Automotive Drive Train Specialist 6 Automotive Engine Performance Specialist 29 Automotive Heating & Air Conditioning 8 Automotive Technician 85 Automotive Technology Advanced Skills Certificate Automotive Technology Enhanced Skills Certificate 9 Brake & Suspension 3 Marine Engine Repair 4 Motorcycle Repair 4 Small Engine Repair 5 Biotechnology 42 Building Construction Technology Cabinetry & Interior Finishes 3 Carpentry 24 Construction Manager 24 Enhanced Skills Certificate 2 Woodworking 7 Business and Technical Communications Business & Government Communications 32 Technical Communications 49 Business Management Child Development 336 Enhanced Skills 35 Computer Information Technology Computer Information Technology Database 77 Computer Programming-C++ Track 43 Computer Programming-Java Track 30 Local Area Network Systems Network Administration 9 Web Developer Specialist 46 Programs no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan. 40

25 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Declared Majors Certificates (continued) Criminal Justice - Texas Peace Officer Sequence 57 Culinary Arts 70 Culinarian Diagnostic Medical Imaging Advanced Technical Certificate 7 Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography Vascular Technology Enhanced Skills Certificate 2 Digital Publishing & Graphics Technology Desktop Publishing 4 Printing Production Printing & Desktop Publishing Electronics and Advanced Technologies Automation, Robotics and Controls Technology 9 Computer Electronics/Telecommunications 24 Electronic Technology Engineering Technology 97 Power Technology 3 Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology Specialist 0 Technician 24 Emergency Medical Services EMT Intermediate Certificate 22 EMT Paramedic Certificate 36 Engineering Design Graphics 47 Integrated Circuit Layout & Design Specialist 8 Environmental Science and Technology Financial Management and Mortgage Banking Financial Management Mortgage Banking 0 Fire Protection 76 Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration 47 Hospitality Management 33 Meeting Planning 4 Travel & Tourism 29 Programs no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan. 4

26 Declared Majors Certificates (continued) Human Services Addictions Counseling Certificate 36 American Sign Language Studies 57 Interpreter Preparation Program 24 Therapeutic Recreation 27 International Business 55 Jewelry 23 Land Surveying Technology 7 Legal Assistant 66 Management 4 Administrative Management 06 International Business 7 Management Specialties Leadership 8 Small Business Management 87 Marketing Basic Skills 28 Enhanced Skills Certificate 30 Fashion Merchandising 53 Medical Coding Specialist 67 Nursing (Vocational) 494 Office Administration Administrative Assistant 34 Legal Administrative Assistant Specialization 7 Medical Administrative Assistant Specialization 4 Medical Office Assistant Specialization 36 Office Assistant 2 Software Applications Specialist 6 Personal Fitness Technology 38 Pharmacy Technician 20 Photographic Technology Digital Assistant Photographic Artist 80 Photographic Assistant 5 Photojournalism 33 Physical Fitness Technology 3 Programs no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan. 42

27 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Declared Majors Certificates (continued) Radiology Cardiovascular Interventional Radiology 0 Computerized Tomography 2 Magnetic Resonance Imaging 3 Radio-Television-Film Film/Production Video 63 Film/Video Production Management 5 Industrial Video 5 Industrial Video Production Management 4 Real Estate 46 Surgical Technology 27 Undeclared,334 Visual Communication Design 2D Animation 20 3D Animation 37 Applied Multimedia Technology 5 Graphic Design 70 Interactive Design 2 Prepress 9 Web Specialization 8 Welding Technology 2 Art Metals 26 Inspection 8 Jewelry Fabrication 2 Metal Sculpture 6 Pipe Welding 8 Plate Welding 3 Ultrahigh Purity Piping TOTAL 5,847 Programs no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan. 43

28 Declared Majors Other Field of Study Business Administration 6 Early Childhood Education Marketable Skills Award Accounting Specialist Accounting Technician 4 Building Construction Professional Accountant 6 Pre-Nursing Mobility Track Prerequisites 22 Pre-Nursing Traditional Track Prerequisites 983 Pre-Sonography Prerequisites 82 Undeclared 733 Intend to Transfer,92 Major Not Offered 327 Non-Degree Seeking 274 Taking Courses for Self Improvement 335 TOTAL 4,806 Summary Associates of Arts 8,7 Associates of Arts in Teaching 884 Associates of Science 6,046 Associates of Applied Science 7,754 Certificates 5,847 Other 4,806 TOTAL 33,508 44

29 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS High School Concurrent Enrollment by School District Fall Headcount School District Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 % Chg Austin ISD % Bastrop ISD % Blanco ISD Del Valle ISD % Dripping Springs ISD % Eanes ISD % Elgin ISD % Fredericksburg ISD % Georgetown ISD % Harper ISD % Hays CISD % Jarrell ISD % Johnson City ISD % Lago Vista ISD % Lake Travis ISD % Leander ISD % Liberty Hill ISD % Lockhart ISD % Luling ISD % Manor ISD % Nixon-Smiley ISD % Pflugerville ISD % Prairie Lea ISD - 4. Round Rock ISD % San Marcos CISD % Smithville ISD % Wimberley ISD % Other¹ % TOTAL,345,500,898 2,20 2, % Other includes home-schooled students, students enrolled in private schools, and students with no high school identified. NOTES: Concurrently enrolled students are enrolled in high school (as juniors and seniors) and in college. These students receive college credit and may receive high school graduation credit for the classes they take at ACC. 45

30 Developmental Education - Reading Fall Fall 2006 % Chg Student Headcount,0, % Residency In-District % % -9.25% Out-of-District % % 8.5% Out-of-State/International % % -3.5% Other/Unknown 6.45% % % Gender Male % % -6.56% Female % % -.09% Student Status Part-time, % % -4.22% Full-time % 65 6.% 2.07% Ethnicity White % % -2.80% Hispanic % % -7.00% Black % % 3.67% Asian/Pacific Islander % % 9.80% Am. Indian/Alaskan Native %.03% 83.33% Non-Resident Alien % 5.4% % Other/Unknown 2.9% 9.79% -9.52% Age 6 and Under % 2 0.9% % % % -7.69% % % 4.64% % % -4.25% % % -0.9% % % % % % 5.7% % %.92% % % 20.00% 65 and Over 0.09% 0.09% 0.00% Unknown % %. Average Age % NOTE: Unduplicated headcount of students who were enrolled in at least one Developmental Reading course. 46

31 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Developmental Education - Writing Fall Fall 2006 % Chg Student Headcount % Residency In-District % % -7.20% Out-of-District % % 24.66% Out-of-State/International % % 5.88% Other/Unknown 0.49% % % Gender Male % % -.9% Female % % -0.59% Student Status Part-time % % -0.66% Full-time % % -2.99% Ethnicity White % % 8.37% Hispanic % % -4.09% Black % %.97% Asian/Pacific Islander % % 4.29% Am. Indian/Alaskan Native % % 50.00% Non-Resident Alien % 2.80% -4.29% Other/Unknown % % 0.00% Age 6 and Under 0.5% 0.5% 0.00% % 0.50% 0.00% % % -3.05% % % 0.00% % 76.39% -8.43% % % -5.63% % % 26.92% % % 8.5% %.65% 37.50% 65 and Over % %. Unknown 0.5% 0.5% 0.00% Average Age % NOTE: Unduplicated headcount of students who were enrolled in at least one Developmental Writing course. 47

32 Developmental Education - Math Fall Fall 2006 % Chg Student Headcount 6,765 6,690 -.% Residency In-District 4, % 4, % -2.69% Out-of-District, %, % 4.69% Out-of-State/International % % -7.6% Other/Unknown % % 6.67% Gender Male 2, % 2, % -3.48% Female 3, % 3, % 0.58% Student Status Part-time 4, % 4, % -0.70% Full-time 2, % 2,5 32.5% -.96% Ethnicity White 3, % 3, %.23% Hispanic 2, % 2,08 3.% -6.72% Black % % 6.0% Asian/Pacific Islander % % 25.00% Am. Indian/Alaskan Native 72.06% 6 0.9% -5.28% Non-Resident Alien 90.33% % % Other/Unknown 92.36% 7.06% % Age 6 and Under 3 0.9% % % % 08.6% 27.06% 8, %, % 6.6% 9-2 2, % 2, % -3.70% % % 0.52% 25-30, %,02 5.3% -8.58% % %.43% % % 2.50% % % -20.3% 65 and Over % 7 0.0% % Unknown % %. Average Age % NOTE: Unduplicated headcount of students who were enrolled in at least one Developmental Math course. 48

33 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Developmental Education - Other Fall Fall % Chg Student Headcount,60,29.29% Residency In-District % % 4.8% Out-of-District % % 32.30% Out-of-State/International % % -2.78% Other/Unknown 5.29% 23.78% 53.33% Gender Male % % 7.24% Female % % 4.48% Student Status Part-time %, % 0.95% Full-time % % 2.94% Ethnicity White % % 3.5% Hispanic % %.03% Black % % 2.20% Asian/Pacific Islander % % 8.42% Am. Indian/Alaskan Native % 7.32% 42.86% Non-Resident Alien % 25.94% 4.7% Other/Unknown 6.38% % 62.50% Age 6 and Under 0.09% 0.08% 0.00% 7 2.8% % 33.33% % % 6.82% % % 0.93% % 50.62% 9.49% % % 0.00% % 4 3.8% -0.87% % 66 5.% 3.79% % % 80.00% 65 and Over % 0.08%. Unknown % %. Average Age % NOTE: Unduplicated headcount of students who were enrolled in at least one Developmental Other course. Other includes human development and study skills. 49

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