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Student Right-To-Know

The federal Student Right-to-Know Act requires most colleges and universities to report the percentage of its new, full-time students who complete degree or certificate programs within 150% of the normal time to complete. For ICC students pursuing two-year Associate degrees, normal time equates to three years. For those pursuing Certificates, normal time is proportionate to the number of credit hours required for completion, and typically equates to one-and-a-half to two years.

Fall 2015 Cohort (FY 2016)Graduation & Transfer Rates

Initial cohort of first-time, full-time, degree- or certificate-seeking students: 1,144

Of the students in the initial cohort, number who completed a degree or certificate program within 150% of normal time: 446

  • Graduation Rate within 150% of Normal Time: 39.0%

Of student in the cohort who did not graduate nor remain enrolled, number who transferred to another institution, within 150% of normal time: 227

  • Transfer Rate within 150% of Normal Time: 19.8%

Of the students in the initial cohort, number who did not complete a degree or certificate but who were still enrolled: 123

  • Still-Enrolled Rate after 150% of Normal Time: 10.8%

Of the students in the initial cohort, total number who completed, transferred, or who remained enrolled within 150% of normal time: 796

  • Overall Success Rate: 69.6%

Source: National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System GRS Survey, Cohort Year 2015

Fall 2015 Cohort Advancement Rates within 150% of Normal Time by Race and Ethnicity

cohort
Graduation Rate
Transfer Rate
Still Enrolled Rate
Advancement Rate
Nonresident Alien*
Hispanic/Latino
25
32.0%
20.0%
16.0%
68.0%
American Indian or Alaska Native*
Asian
25
24.0%
52.0%
12.0%
88.0%
Black or African American
80
20.0%
26.3%
10.0%
56.3%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander*
White
965
42.1%
17.9%
10.7%
70.7%
Two or More Races
34
20.6%
35.3%
8.8%
64.7%
Unknown
12
16.7%
16.7%
16.7%
50.0%
Total
1,144
39.0%
19.8%
10.8%
69.6%

* Cohorts of fewer than 10 individuals are not reported for privacy purposes.

Fall 2015 Cohort Advancement Rates within 150% of Normal Time by Gender

cohort
Graduation Rate
Transfer Rate
Still Enrolled Rate
Advancement Rate
Men
578
35.1%
19.4%
9.9%
64.4%
Women
566
42.9%
20.3%
11.7%
74.9%
Total
1,144
39.0%
19.8%
10.8%
69.6%

Fall 2015 Cohort Graduation Rate within 150% of Normal Time by Pell Grant Status

cohort
Graduated Count
Graduation Rate
Recipients of a Pell Grant (within entering year)
414
125
30.2%
Recipients of a Direct Subsidized Loan (within entering year) that did not receive a Pell Grant
72
26
36.1%
Did not receive either a Pell Grant or Direct Subsidized Loan (within entering year)
658
295
44.8%
Total
1,144
446
39.0%

Source: National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System GRS Survey, Cohort Year 2015.

Fall 2014 Cohort (FY 2015)Graduation & Transfer Rates

Initial cohort of first-time, full-time, degree- or certificate-seeking students: 1,102

Of the students in the initial cohort, number who completed a degree or certificate program within 150% of normal time: 405

  • Graduation Rate within 150% of Normal Time: 36.8%

Of student in the cohort who did not graduate nor remain enrolled, number who transferred to another institution, within 150% of normal time: 258

  • Transfer Rate within 150% of Normal Time: 23.4%

Of the students in the initial cohort, number who did not complete a degree or certificate but who were still enrolled: 96

  • Still-Enrolled Rate after 150% of Normal Time: 36.8%

Of the students in the initial cohort, total number who completed, transferred, or who remained enrolled within 150% of normal time: 759

  • Overall Success Rate: 68.9%

Fall 2014 Cohort Advancement Rates within 150% of Normal Time by Race and Ethnicity

cohort
Graduation Rate
Transfer Rate
Still Enrolled Rate
Advancement Rate
Nonresident Alien*
Hispanic/Latino
46
23.9%
30.4%
6.5%
60.9%
American Indian or Alaska Native*
Asian
16
43.8%
18.8%
0.0%
62.5%
Black or African American
81
19.8%
24.7%
6.2%
50.6%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander*
White
913
39.6%
23.2%
8.8%
71.6%
Two or More Races
32
21.9%
25.0%
18.8%
65.6%
Unknown
Total
1,102
36.8%
23.4%
8.7%
68.9%

* Cohorts of fewer than 10 individuals are not reported for privacy purposes.

Fall 2014 Cohort Advancement Rates within 150% of Normal Time by Gender

cohort
Graduation Rate
Transfer Rate
Still Enrolled Rate
Advancement Rate
Men
576
36.8%
22.9%
7.6%
67.4%
Women
526
36.7%
24.0%
9.9%
70.5%
Total
1,102
36.8%
23.4%
8.7%
68.9%

Fall 2014 Cohort Graduation Rate within 150% of Normal Time by Pell Grant Status

cohort
Graduated Count
Graduation Rate
Recipients of a Pell Grant (within entering year)
416
110
26.4%
Recipients of a Direct Subsidized Loan (within entering year) that did not receive a Pell Grant
108
37
34.3%
Did not receive either a Pell Grant or Direct Subsidized Loan (within entering year)
578
258
44.6%
Total
1,102
405
36.8%

Source: National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System GRS Survey, Cohort Year 2014.

Fall 2013 Cohort (FY 2014)Graduation & Transfer Rates

Initial cohort of first-time, full-time, degree- or certificate-seeking students: 1,111
Of the students in the initial cohort, number who completed a degree or certificate program within 150% of normal time: 361

  • Graduation Rate within 150% of Normal Time: 32.5%

Of the students in the initial cohort, number who did not complete a degree or certificate but who were still enrolled: 114
Of the students in the cohort who did not graduate nor remain enrolled, number who transferred to another institution, within 150% of normal time: 217

  • Transfer Rate within 150% of Normal Time: 19.53%

Of the students in the initial cohort, total number who completed, transferred, or who remain enrolled within 150% of normal time: 692

  • Overall Success Rate: 62.3%

Source: National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System GRS Survey, Cohort Year 2013