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1 Florida College System Community College and Technical Center MIS Selection Criteria Accountability 2014 V1.0 1

2 Florida College System Community College and Technical Center MIS Selection Criteria Accountability 2014 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #1 (Part 1) Enrollment Report 2

3 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #1 (Part 1) Enrollment Report The Enrollment Measure shows the number and percentage of Florida public high school graduates with a standard diploma from , by ethnic category, who enrolled in the Florida College System in at a college in the same service district. This information is displayed by degree\college credit certificate seeking and non-degree seeking students Prior Year Public High School Graduates: Select from Public School Prior Year High School Graduates with Standard Diploma: District - Two digit district number (01-67) Student ID - Ten character Student Identifier LName - Last Name of the Student FName - First Name of the Student MidName - Middle Name of the Student Race - Race of the Student A - Asian B - Black H - Hispanic I - American Indian/Alaskan Native M - Two or more races P Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander W - White Gender - Gender of the Student BirthDate - Birth Date of the Student Standard Diploma Types W06, W6A, W6B, W10, WFW, WFT, WFA, WFB, or WGA Create Field: MidInitial = the first character of the Middle Name SSNFlag = Y, if the last character of the Student ID = X = N, otherwise College - where: College Service District 1 - EFSC 5 - BREVARD 2 - BROW 6 - BROWARD 3 - CFLA 9 - CITRUS 38 - LEVY 42 - MARION 4 - CHIP 7 - CALHOUN 30 - HOLMES 32 - JACKSON 39 - LIBERTY 67 - WASHINGTON 5 - DAYT 18 - FLAGLER 64 - VOLUSIA 6 - FSW 8 - CHARLOTTE 11 - COLLIER 22 - GLADES 26 - HENDRY 36 - LEE College Service District 7 - FJAX 16 - DUVAL 45 - NASSAU 8 - FKEY 44 - MONROE 9 - GULF 3 - BAY 19 - FRANKLIN 23 - GULF 10 - HILL 29 - HILLSBOROUGH 11 - INDR 31 - INDIAN RIVER 43 - MARTIN 47 - OKEECHOBEE 56 - ST. LUCIE 12 - FGC 2 - BAKER 12 - COLUMBIA 15 - DIXIE 21 - GILCHRIST 63 - UNION 13 - LSCC 35 - LAKE 60 - SUMTER 3

4 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #1 (Part 1) Enrollment Report College Service District College Service District 14 - SCF 41 - MANATEE 21 - POLK 53 - POLK 58 - SARASOTA 22 - ST.J 10 - CLAY 15 - MIAM 13 - MIAMI-DADE 54 - PUTNAM 16 - NFLA 24 - HAMILTON 55 - ST. JOHNS 33 - JEFFERSON 23 - ST.P 52 - PINELLAS 34 - LAFAYETTE 40 - MADISON 24 - SANF 1 - ALACHUA 4 - BRADFORD 61 - SUWANNEE 25 - SEMI 59 - SEMINOLE 62 - TAYLOR 26 - SFLA 14 - DESOTO 17 - NWFC 46 - OKALOOSA 66 - WALTON 25 - HARDEE 28 - HIGHLANDS 18 - PALM 50 - PALM BEACH 27 - TALL 20 - GADSDEN 19 - PASC 27 - HERNANDO 51 - PASCO 37 - LEON 65 - WAKULLA 20 - PENS 17 - ESCAMBIA 57 - SANTA ROSA 28 - VALE 48 - ORANGE 49 - OSCEOLA Sort and Unduplicate by College and Student ID Prior Year of High School Graduates Enrolled in College Match the Prior Year of High School Graduates with the Student Demographic Tables Select records where: By College and Student ID where: Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2013 SSNFlag = Y OR By College, District, Last Name, First Name, MidInitial, Birth Date, and Gender Select Student Demographic where D.E Reporting Year = 2013 Include: D.E Reporting Institution (College) D.E Student Identification Number D.E Race - Race of the Student D.E Student Birth Date D.E Institutional Class Level of Student D.E High School Code D.E Name - First D.E Gender D.E High School Graduation Date D.E Name - Last D.E Name - Middle Initial D.E Term Identifier Sort and Unduplicate by College and Student ID 4

5 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #1 (Part 1) Enrollment Report Degree/College Credit Certificate Seeking Students Select Records from the Program Table where: Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2013 D.E Reporting Institution (College) D.E Student Identification Number D.E Program of Study - Hour Type D.E Program of Study - Level Where: D.E Program of Study - Level = 0 - AA, 1 - AS, 4 - General Freshman, 8 - PSVC, A - AAS, C - Baccalaureate, E - BS/BA Education Transitional, T - ATC Or D.E Program of Study - Level = 3 - Awaiting Limited Access Program, 7 - Linkage, D - ATD D.E Program of Study - Hour Type = S - Student Semester Hours Sort and Unduplicate by College and Student ID Prior Year High School Graduates Enrolled in College by Degree Seeking Merge Prior Year High School Graduates Enrolled in College with Degree/College Credit Certificate Students By College and Student ID Create Field: DegreeSeeking = Y - if match with Degree Seeking N - otherwise Report M11Y2014 Located in PDF format at Northwest Regional Data Center (NWRDC) at: CCxx.ACNT2014 (where xx is the college number) 5

6 Florida College System Community College and Technical Center MIS Annual Reports Workshop 2014 Accountability 2014 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #1 (Part 2) Retention and Success Rate Report 6

7 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #1 (Part 2) Retention and Success Rate Report This measure shows the status of First Time in College A.A., A.S., and A.A.S. degree seeking students and PSVC and ATD seeking students from the Fall term. The A.A., A.S., and A.A.S. students must have completed at least 18 college credits during the tracking period (Fall through Winter/Spring ). The PSVC and ATD seeking students must have completed at least 9 credit hours during the tracking period (Fall through Summer ). The data is displayed by college and system wide, segmented by ethnicity and full-time/part-time status. Total Cohort Pool - First Time in College degree seeking students who achieved at least 9 (PSVC, ATD) or 18 (AA, AS, AAS) Total Institutional Hours for GPA (D.E. 1031) during the tracking period. FTIC Degree/College Credit Certificate Seeking Non Transfer Students FTIC Students Match Student Demographic Tables with Program Tables By College, Year, Term, and Student ID Select: Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2011 D.E Term = 2 - Fall D.E Transfer Student Flag not = to Y - Yes or F First Time transfer D.E First-time Student Flag = Y D.E Ethnic Origin D.E Program of Study - Level = 0 - AA, 1 - AS, 3 - Awaiting Limited Access Program, 4 - General Freshman, 8 - PSVC, A - AAS Or D.E Program of Study - Level = D - ATD D.E Program of Study - Hour Type = S - Student Semester Hours Sort and Unduplicate by College and Student ID OR Former Dual Enrolled Students First Time in College Match Student Demographic Tables with Program Tables By College, Year, Term, and Student ID Select: Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2011 D.E Term = 2 Fall D.E First-time Student Flag = N D.E Program of Study - Level = 0 - AA, 1 - AS, 3 - Awaiting Limited Access Program, 4 - General Freshman, 8 - PSVC, A - AAS Or D.E Program of Study - Level = D - ATD D.E Program of Study - Hour Type = S - Student Semester Hours D.E High School Graduation Date from Sept 1, 2009, to Aug 31, 2010 D.E Ethnic Origin Sort by Student ID Match with Course Records Select from most recent term Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2009 D.E Term 2 - Fall through Student Data Base Reporting Year 2011 D.E Term 1 - Summer D.E Course Dual Enrollment Category = DA - Dual Enrollment for AA/AS, DV - Dual Enrollment for Vocational Certificate, EA - Early Admission (College Credit), EV - Early Admission (Non College Credit) 7

8 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #1 (Part 2) Retention and Success Rate Report Sort by Student ID, descending year, and descending term Program Enrollment Match Degree/College Credit Certificate Students with the Program Tables By College and Student ID Select: Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 D.E Total Credit Hours Toward Award not = PPP records D.E Program of Study - CIP Cluster not = Enrolled in one or more inactive programs Not Enrolled in Program D.E Program of Study - Award Type D.E Program of Study - Level D.E Program of Study - Hour Type Sort by College, Student ID, descending Year, descending Term, and Program Unduplicate by College and Student ID Match with CIP Tables By Year and Program for: Select: D.E Occupational Completion Point Indicator = Z - Not Applicable CIP Award Type = AAS, PSV, PSVC Or CIP Award Type = ATD D.E Program of Study - Hour = S - Student Semester Hours Or D.E Program of Study - Award Type = 1 - AA Degree Programs D.E Program of Study - CIP = FTIC Degree Seeking Students with 18 hours/credit Certificate Students with 9 hours Match Degree/College Credit Certificate file with Student Demographic Tables By College and Student ID Select records with: Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 D.E Total Institutional Grade Points D.E Term Part-Time/Full-Time CIP Award Type = AA, AAS, PSV D.E Total Institutional Hours for GPA Points >= 18 OR CIP Award Type = PSVC, ATD Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2011, 2012, and Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2013 (D.E Term 1-Summer Only) D.E Total Institutional Hours for GPA Points >= 9 Create Field: GPA = Total Institutional Grade Points (D.E. 1030) Divided by Total Institutional Hours for GPA (D.E. 1031) Sort by College, Student ID, descending Year, and descending Term Unduplicate by College and Student ID 8

9 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #1 (Part 2) Retention and Success Rate Report Number Graduated Match the Cohort with the Completions Tables By College and Student ID Select: Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2011 through 2014 D.E Completion Degree Granted = 1 - AA, 2 - AS, or A - AAS OR Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2011 through 2013 (D.E Term 1 - Summer only) D.E Completion Degree Granted = 3 - PSVC OR Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2011 through 2013 (D.E Term 1 - Summer only) D.E Completion Degree Granted = 7 - ATD D.E Completion - CIP matches with the CIP Tables with Hour Type = S - Student Semester Hours Number Enrolled in Good Academic Standing Select from the Cohort, excluding the Number Graduated: GPA >= 2.0 AA, AS, AAS and Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2014 and Term = 2 - Fall, 3 - Winter/Spring PSVC, ATD and Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2012 Term 2 - Fall through Student Data Base Reporting Year 2013 Term = 1 Summer Number Enrolled Not In Good Academic Standing Select from the Cohort, excluding the Number Graduated: GPA not >= 2.0 AA, AS, AAS and Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2014 and Term = 2 - Fall, 3 - Winter/Spring PSVC, ATD and Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2012 Term 2 - Fall through Student Data Base Reporting Year 2013 Term = 1 - Summer Number Who Left In Good Academic Standing Select from the Cohort Pool, excluding the Number Graduated, the Number in Good Academic Standing and the Number Not in Good Academic Standing: Most recent GPA >= 2.0 AA, AS, AAS and Student Data Base Reporting Year = prior to 2014 Term = 2 - Fall PSVC, ATD and Student Data Base Reporting Year = prior to 2012 Term = 2 - Fall Retention Rate - (Number Graduated + Number Enrolled in Good Standing + Number Enrolled Not in Good Standing) Divided by Number in the Cohort Pool Success Rate - (Number Graduated + Number Enrolled in Good Standing + Number Left in Good Standing) Divided by Number in the Cohort Pool 9

10 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #1 (Part 2) Retention and Success Rate Report Full-Time/Part-Time Status - Students who were enrolled full-time in the Fall Term 2011 and one Term during the tracking period Select students from Historical Demographic Data: D.E Term Part-Time/Full-Time = F - Full Time Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2011 D.E Term = 2 - Fall And D.E Term Part-Time/Full-Time = F - Full Time For AA, AS, AAS Or D.E Term Part-Time/Full-Time = F - Full Time Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2011 D.E Term 3 - Winter/Spring through Student Data Base Reporting Year 2013 D.E Term 1 - Summer For PSVC, ATD Report M12Y2014 Located in PDF format at Northwest Regional Data Center (NWRDC) at: CCxx.ACNT2014 (where xx is the college number) 10

11 Florida College System Community College and Technical Center MIS Annual Reports Workshop 2014 Accountability 2014 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #2 A.A. Degree Transfer Performance in the SUS Report 11

12 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #2 A.A. Degree Transfer Performance in the SUS Report This measure indicates the performance of Associate in Arts graduates for who transferred to the State Universities System (SUS) in A.A. students who started at one college, transferred to another and then transferred to the State University System are not accounted for in this report. The report focuses solely on the performance of students who received their complete education from one institution. This measure will allow institutions to focus on the results of their own instructional strategies, so appropriate adjustments can be made in response to the results. Performance will be reported by five categories: the percent below 2.0 GPA, the percent at or above 2.0 GPA and less than 2.5, the percent at or above 2.5 GPA, the percent at or above 3.0 GPA, and the mean GPA. However, the goal for this measure focuses on the percent at or above 2.5 GPA. The report also displays the number of students that are enrolled at a state university by the college from which they graduated, by ethnicity and former college preparatory/non-college preparatory status. Native A.A. Completers A.A. Completers Select from Student Data Base Completions Table records with: Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2012 D.E Reporting Institution (College) D.E Student Identification Number D.E Term D.E Completion Degree Granted = 1 - AA Sort by College and Student ID Student Demographics for Non Transfer Students Select from Student Data Base Student Demographics Table records with: Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2012 D.E Reporting Institution (College) D.E Transfer Student Flag not = Y - Yes or F First Time transfer D.E Ethnic Origin Sort and Unduplicate by College and Student ID Non Transfer A.A. Completers Merge Cohort of A.A. Completers with Student Demographics for Non Transfer Students By College and Student ID Sort by Student ID Select matching records in both files SUS Students from Select from SUS Student Data Course Records for Summer, Fall, and Winter/Spring SUS D.E Reporting Institution SUS D.E Person Identification Number SUS D.E Institutional Hours for GPA SUS D.E Total Institutional Grade Points SUS D.E Term Credit Hours for GPA SUS D.E Term Grade Points Earned 12

13 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #2 A.A. Degree Transfer Performance in the SUS Report Create Field: GPA = (SUS D.E Total Institutional Grade Points + SUS D.E Term Grade Points Earned) / (SUS D.E Institutional Hours for GPA + SUS D.E Term Credit Hours for GPA) for non zero numerators Term = 1 Summer, 2 Fall, 3 Winter/Spring Sort by Student ID, descending Term, GPA, and Reporting Institution Unduplicate by Student ID A.A. Completers who Transfer to SUS Merge Native A.A. Completers with SUS Students By Student ID Select records that match in both files D.E Reporting Institution (College) D.E Student Identification Number D.E Term D.E Ethnic Origin SUS D.E Institutional Hours for GPA SUS D.E Total Institutional Grade Points SUS D.E Term Credit Hours for GPA SUS D.E Term Grade Points Earned Sort and Unduplicate by College and Student ID College Preparatory Status College Preparatory Fifteen Year History Select Student Course Records with: Student Data Base Reporting Year = D.E Course ICS = College Prep, EAP College Prep D.E Course Grade Awarded not = Z - Audit and Select Entry Level/Exit Test Records with: Student Data Base Reporting Year = D.E College Preparatory Completion Indicator = Y - Student Completed College Prep, or O - Successful Exit Sort by Reporting Institution and Student ID Number Unduplicate by Reporting Institution and Student ID Number Match with A.A. Completers who Transfer to SUS by Reporting Institution and Student ID Create field: CPHIST15 = Y - Student is a College Preparatory Student Reports M2Y2014, M2CP2014 Located in PDF format at Northwest Regional Data Center (NWRDC) at: CCxx.ACNT2014 (where xx is the college number) 13

14 Florida College System Community College and Technical Center MIS Annual Reports Workshop 2014 Accountability 2014 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #3 (Part 1) Licensure Passing Rate Report 14

15 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #3 (Part 1) Licensure Passing Rate Report This measure shows the number of students tested, the number of students passed, and the percentage of students passed for each appropriate vocational program licensure exam, by college from July 1, 2012, through June 30, Data is provided by the licensing agencies. This data is not available from the licensing agencies. 15

16 Florida College System Community College and Technical Center MIS Annual Reports Workshop 2014 Accountability 2014 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #3 (Part 2) Vocational Program Placement Report 16

17 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #3 (Part 2) Vocational Program Placement Report This measure shows the number of completers and the number of leavers from the AA2 followup file with the college supplemental placement data matched with the 2012 CIP Tables. The number of completers and leavers that were matched are displayed as the "number in pool". The display also shows the number and percentage of students who completed and were placed into an occupation related to their instruction (which includes the military or continuing their education), and the number and percentage of students who left and were placed into an occupation related to their instruction. Match AA2 followup file with the 2012 CIP Tables By Program Select: Records that match in both files where: Occupational Completion Point Indicator = Z - Not Applicable Report M32Y2014 Located in PDF format at Northwest Regional Data Center (NWRDC) at: CCxx.ACNT2014 (where xx is the college number) 17

18 Florida College System Community College and Technical Center MIS Annual Reports Workshop 2014 Accountability 2014 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #4 (Part 1) College Preparatory Success Report 18

19 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #4 (Part 1) College Preparatory Success Report This measure shows the number of degree seeking students who are First Time in College who took an entry-level test during the Fall term. First Time in College includes FTIC and previous year high school graduates who were dual enrolled within the prior two years ( , ). Of those students, the report shows the number and percent who failed some portion of their entrance exam, how many of those students enrolled in a college preparatory course (for the area needed), with the number and percentage of those who passed the highest level college preparatory course for that area at that particular college, between Fall and Summer FTIC Degree Seeking Students Taking an Entry Level Test First Time in College FTIC Students Select from Student Demographic Tables Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2012 D.E Term = 2 - Fall D.E Transfer Student Flag not = to Y - Yes or F First Time transfer D.E First-time Student Flag = Y D.E Ethnic Origin Sort by College and Student ID Or Former Dual Enrolled Students First Time in College Non FTIC s Select: Student Demographic Table Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2012 D.E Term = 2 - Fall D.E First-time Student Flag = N D.E High School Grad Date from Sept 1, 2010, to Aug 31, 2011 D.E Ethnic Origin Match Non FTIC with the Course Tables By Student ID Select if in most recent term where: Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2010 D.E Term = 1 - Summer through Student Data Base Reporting Year 2012 D.E Term = 1 - Summer D.E Course Dual Enrollment Category = DA - Dual Enrollment for AA/AS, DV - Dual Enrollment for Vocational Certificate, EA - Early Admission (College Credit), EV - Early Admission (Non College Credit) 19

20 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #4 (Part 1) College Preparatory Success Report FTIC Degree Seeking Students Taking an Entry Level Test Match FTIC Degree Seeking students with the Program and Entry Level Test Tables By College, Student ID, Year, and Term Select records with: D.E Program of Study - Level = 0 - AA 4 - General Freshman 1 - AS A - AAS 3 - Awaiting Limited Access Program D.E Entry Level/Exit Test - Subtest = R - Reading, W - Writing, M - Math D.E Entry Level/Exit Test - Score D.E Reporting Institution (College) < 29 D.E Entry Level/Exit Test - Type = B - PERT C - CPT, Computerized Placement Test E - Enhanced ACT H - SATI, New Scholastic Aptitude Test Or D.E Reporting Institution (College) in (02, 05, 07, 09, 11, 15, 16, 18, 28) * D.E Entry Level/Exit Test - Type = D - FCAT Pilot * Institutions participating in the FCAT Pilot. The FCAT Pilot Entry Level Test will also be used to determine passing. Where only one score is given for FCAT Reading/Writing then this score will be used for both Reading and Writing. Failed Entry Level Test by Subtest *** Select records from the FTIC Students Taking an ELT with scores less than: Test Type Subtest Score B - PERT Reading 104 Writing 99 Math 113 C - CPT Reading 83 Writing 83 Math 72 E - Enhanced Reading 18 ACT Writing 17 Math 19 H - SATI** Reading 440 Writing 440 Math

21 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #4 (Part 1) College Preparatory Success Report Cut-off scores from Florida Administrative Rule 6A ** Where only one score is given for SATI Reading/Writing then this score will be used for both Reading and Writing. *** FCAT Pilot cutoff scores not included since only passing scores are to be reported to the Student Data Base. Sort and Unduplicate by College, Student ID, and Subtest Failed Entry Level Test Unduplicate Failed Entry Level Test by Test Type By College and Student ID Enrolled in Any College Prep Course by Subtest Match Failed Entry Level Test by Subtest with Course Tables By College, Student ID, and Subtest Select records with: Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2012 D.E Term = 2 - Fall through Student Data Base Reporting Year 2014 D.E Term = 1 - Summer D.E Course - Information Classification Structure = College Prep And: D.E Course Identifier Subtest: Math: First three positions = MAT Reading: First three positions = REA Writing: First three positions = ENC And: Not Lab: Last three positions not L Sort and Unduplicate by College, Student ID, and Subtest Passed Highest Level College Prep Course by Subtest Match Enrolled in Any College Prep Course with the Entry Level Test Table By College, Student ID, and Subtest Select Records with: Student Data Base Reporting Year = 2012 D.E Term = 2 - Fall through Student Data Base Reporting Year 2014 D.E Term = 1 - Summer D.E College Preparatory Completion Indicator = Y - Student completed the highest level college preparatory course or O - Successful Exit Sort and Unduplicate by College, Student ID, and Subtest Report M41Y2014 Located in PDF format at Northwest Regional Data Center (NWRDC) at: CCxx.ACNT2014 (where xx is the college number) 21

22 Florida College System Community College and Technical Center MIS Annual Reports Workshop 2014 Accountability 2014 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #4 (Part 2) College Preparatory Retention and Success Rate Report 22

23 Selection Criteria: Accountability 2014 Outcome Measure #4 (Part 2) College Preparatory Retention and Success Rate Report This measure shows the status of First Time in College A.A., A.S., and A.A.S. degree seeking students and PSVC and ATD seeking students from the Fall term , who completed all college preparatory requirements by the end of the tracking period. The A.A., A.S., and A.A.S. degree seeking students must have completed at least 18 college credits during the tracking period (Fall through Winter/Spring ). The PSVC and ATD seeking students must have completed at least 9 credit hours during the tracking period (Fall through Summer ). The data is reported by college, ethnicity, and full-time/part-time status. Total Cohort Pool - is a subset of the Measure 1 Part 2 Cohort Pool matched with the prior year Measure 4 Part 1 students who met all the necessary college preparatory requirements. Number Graduated - is the Measure 4 Part 2 subset of Measure 1 Part 2 Number Graduated. Number Enrolled in Good Academic Standing - is the Measure 4 Part 2 subset of Measure 1 Part 2 Number Enrolled in Good Academic Standing. Number Enrolled Not In Good Academic Standing - is the Measure 4 Part 2 subset of Measure 1 Part 2 Number Enrolled Not in Good Academic Standing. Number Who Left In Good Academic Standing - is the Measure 4 Part 2 subset of Measure 1 Part 2 Number Who Left in Good Academic Standing. Retention Rate - (Number Graduated + Number Enrolled in Good Standing + Number Enrolled Not in Good Standing) Divided by Number in the Cohort Pool. Success Rate - (Number Graduated + Number Enrolled in Good Standing + Number Left in Good Standing) Divided by Number in the Cohort Pool. Full-Time/Part-Time Status - Students who were enrolled full-time in the Fall Term and one Term during the tracking period. Determined by Full-Time/Part-Time Status in Measure 1 Part 2. Report M42Y2014 Located in PDF format at Northwest Regional Data Center (NWRDC) at: CCxx.ACNT2014 (where xx is the college number) 23

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