Fact Book Prepared by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness

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A unit of the Technical College System of Georgia
Fact Book
Prepared by the
Office of Institutional Effectiveness
October 2015
West Georgia Technical College 2015 Fact Book
About the Fact Book…
Welcome to the 2015 edition of the West Georgia Technical College Fact Book. This report
contains selected data and accomplishments that document the efforts to meet both student and
community needs. Developed by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness, the West Georgia
Technical College Fact Book is intended to be a valuable tool that may be useful to those
engaged in planning, assessment, preparing reports, writing grant proposals, or other endeavors.
West Georgia Technical College offers many outstanding life-long learning opportunities to
individuals within our service area. Whether students are looking for academic college transfer
courses, career technical training, job skills upgrades, or continuing education options, West
Georgia Technical College has a curriculum that meets their needs.
Serving Carroll, Coweta, Douglas, Haralson, Heard, Meriwether, and Troup counties, the college
endeavors to educate students and provide them with the skills necessary in today’s workforce.
Our dedicated faculty and staff are committed to this long-standing tradition of excellence.
West Georgia Technical College is part of the Technical College System of Georgia, which is
comprised of 24 colleges located throughout the state, and is accredited by the Commission on
Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Associate in Applied
Science degrees.
We hope that you will find the information contained in this Fact Book helpful. Please take time
to review the data and if you have any questions, contact Dr. Kristen Douglas, Vice President for
Institutional Effectiveness, at 678-664-0529 or at [email protected]
Mr. Steve Daniel, President
West Georgia Technical College
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WEST GEORGIA TECHNICAL COLLEGE 2015 FACT BOOK
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
Mission Statement............................................................................................................................1
Core Values ......................................................................................................................................1
Strategic Goals .................................................................................................................................2
Accreditations ..................................................................................................................................4
Memberships ....................................................................................................................................5
Equal Opportunity Statement ...........................................................................................................5
Highlights .........................................................................................................................................6
STUDENT
Credit and Non-Credit Student Enrollment Data ..........................................................................13
Participation Rate by Service Area ................................................................................................14
Credit Student Demographics ........................................................................................................15
Associate Degree Enrollment ........................................................................................................17
Diploma Program Enrollment ........................................................................................................18
Certificate Program Enrollment .....................................................................................................19
Graduate/Placement Report ...........................................................................................................22
Financial Aid - Student Recipients ................................................................................................30
Financial Aid - Amount Disbursed ................................................................................................30
FACULTY/STAFF
Full-Time Teaching Faculty Demographics ..................................................................................31
Full-Time Staff Demographics ......................................................................................................32
College Structure ...........................................................................................................................33
LIBRARY/MEDIA
Library Collections ........................................................................................................................34
Library Expenditures .....................................................................................................................34
Library Service per Typical Month................................................................................................34
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Mission Statement
Our Mission (Who We Are)
West Georgia Technical College, a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia, supports
student success, economic development, and the community by providing a skilled workforce
through the delivery of relevant education and training opportunities.
Our Vision (Who We Want to Be)
We envision West Georgia Technical College as a model of innovation and excellence in
technical education, recognized as an outstanding pathway to rewarding careers.
Role and Scope (Our Commitment)
West Georgia Technical College (WGTC) is a public, two-year, multi-campus technical college
that provides quality education and promotes workforce development in the West Georgia
region.
An open-access institution of higher education, the college serves traditional and nontraditional
curriculum students who have a wide variety of educational goals, from personal enrichment to
career development to university transfer. To help students meet their goals, WGTC offers
associate degrees, diplomas and technical certificates.
The curriculum includes programs in health sciences, trade and technology, business, and public
service. WGTC students draw on knowledge from a broad range of disciplines to develop the
communication and critical thinking skills that are fundamental to lifelong learning.
WGTC further promotes adult education and economic development through GED classes, ESL
classes, continuing education courses, and corporate training for business and industry.
WGTC is committed to being accessible and responsive to community needs. To foster student
success, WGTC provides quality education on many levels and comprehensive student support
services. In addition to traditional instruction, WGTC’s flexible course offerings and alternative
delivery methods, including online instruction, enable more members of the community to
pursue higher education.
Core Values (What Guides and Inspires Us)
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Integrity
Professionalism
Student Success
Academic Excellence
At West Georgia Technical College, we value professionalism, integrity, student success, and
academic excellence. We are dedicated to the success of our students through continual
improvement. We hold ourselves accountable to our students, employees, and community by
honoring our commitments and striving to provide the highest quality education.
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Institutional Strategic Goals
Student Success
Goal 1. Access – Increasing access to students
Goal 2. Affordability – Ensuring affordability of tuition/fees for our students
Goal 3. Articulation – Pursing articulation agreements to give students opportunities to
continue their education
Goal 4. Performance – Meeting all performance goals and benchmarks toward student
success
Goal 5. Learning – Providing a quality learning environment for students
Resource Management
Goal 6. Funding Sources – Securing public and private resources to support students
and advance the college
Goal 7. Human Resources – Maintaining a competitive edge to hire qualified and
talented employees
Goal 8. Facilities – Provide and maintain facilities, classrooms, and state-of- the-art labs
that are optimal to the learning environment
Goal 9. Technology – Acquire technological innovations in programs and administrative
functions
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Community Partnerships
Goal 10. Business and Industry – Collaborate with business and industry to produce
employable graduates
Goal 11. Political Environment – Enhance political relationships to support the college
Goal 12. K-12 Systems – Collaborate with K-12 systems to increase dual enrollment
opportunities and prepare students for college
Goal 13. University System – Work in partnership with university and private
institutions to create lifelong opportunities for students
Communication
Goal 14. Branding – Establish a new positive, unique identity for the college
Goal 15. Marketing – Launch a new message/campaign to elicit a response from
potential students
Goal 16. Website – Create a new epicenter of communication for current students and
the public
Goal 17. Social Media – Secure up-to-date digital communications for prospective and
current students
Goal 18. Internal Communications – Improve internal communications for the College
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Accreditations
West Georgia Technical College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and
Schools’ Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees. Contact the Commission on
Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions
about the accreditation of West Georgia Technical College. The Commission should be contacted
only if there is evidence that appears to support the College’s significant non-compliance with a
requirement or standard. Inquiries such as admission requirements, financial aid, educational
programs, etc. should be addressed directly to West Georgia Technical College and not to the
Commission's office. Please direct all questions to: West Georgia Technical College, 176 Murphy
Campus Boulevard, Waco, Georgia, 30182; Phone 770.537.6000 and Fax 770.537.7995.
Program Accrediting Agencies:
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
 Accounting
 Business Administrative Technology
 Marketing Management
 Business Management
American Dental Association
Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management
Education (CAHIIM)
Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP)
 Medical Assisting, under recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education
Review Board (MAERB)
 Surgical Technology, under Accreditation Review Committee on Education in
Surgical Technology (ARC-ST)
Georgia Board of Licensed Practical Nurses
Georgia Board of Nursing
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS)
Regulating Agencies:
Georgia Board of Cosmetology
Georgia Board of Licensed Practical Nurses
Georgia Board of Licensed Registered Nursing
Georgia Department of Community Health
Georgia Firefighter Standards and Training Council
Georgia State Board of Barbering
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Memberships
West Georgia Technical College is a member of:
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)
Carroll County Chamber of Commerce
Coweta County Chamber of Commerce
Douglas County Chamber of Commerce
Haralson County Chamber of Commerce
Heard County Chamber of Commerce
LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce
Meriwether County Chamber of Commerce
Georgia Chamber of Commerce
Technical College Directors’ Association of Georgia (TCDA)
American Association of Community Colleges (AACC)
National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA)
National Council for Marketing and Public Relations
Council for Advancement and Support of Education
Equal Opportunity Statement
As set forth in its student catalog, West Georgia Technical College does not discriminate on the
basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political
affiliation or belief, genetic information, veteran status, or citizenship status (except in those
special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). The following persons have been
designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Equity (Title IX)
coordinator is V.P. of Student Affairs. ADA (Section 504) coordinator is V.P. of Administrative
Services. Both are located at 401 Adamson Square, Carrollton, Georgia, 30117. (678) 664-0400.
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AY2015 HIGHLIGHTS
Overall AY2015 Highlights:
 Enrollment for AY2015 was 9,105.
 The unduplicated number of graduates at all levels was 2,203.
 In AY2015, WGTC awarded 348 associate degrees, 336 diplomas, and 2,347 technical
certificates of credit for a total of 3,031 awards conferred.
 The college’s student retention rate was 63%.
 The number of students taking at least one online course at West Georgia Technical College
was 3,437. This number reflects 37.7% of WGTC students.
 The number of high school students enrolled (includes dual enrollment and joint enrollment
students) at WGTC was 718.
 Of the 24 TCSG Technical Colleges in AY2015, West Georgia Technical College ranks:
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#4 in unduplicated credit enrollment
#6 in the number of high school students enrolled
#3 in the number of HOPE students served
#4 in the number of PELL students served
#3 in the total number of program graduates
#5 in the total number of awards conferred
#4 in the total number of special population students served
#3 in the total number of financial aid recipients
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AY2015 Departmental Highlights:
Academic Affairs
Instruction
 $2.7 million Lab Renovation Project
Funding Approval:
o Industrial Systems –
LaGrange
o Welding Lab Renovations –
Coweta, LaGrange, Carroll,
Douglas
o Developed new Program –
Precision Manufacturing and
Maintenance
 Accreditation:
o NCCER Program
Certification for Welding.
o ADDA – Drafting Program
Curriculum approval
o Radiologic Technology
LaGrange – JRCERT
Accreditation reaffirmation
awaiting site visit.
o Medical Assisting –
CAAHEP
 Learning Support Redesign:
o Progressing toward
consolidation of ENGL 0090
and READ 0090.
o Removed COMPASS Exit
exam requirement
o Developed new MATH 0090
completion procedures
allowing extension of
completion time through
subsequent semester drop\add
period.
 TEAMS (first alert) system
implementation. All faculty
completing TEAMS (first alert)
training and the early alert system is
fully operational.
 New Attendance documentation
procedures were established and
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have been very successful. The
procedures have addressed
attendance omissions that would
have otherwise been missed and
resulted in problems later.
Partnered with UWG, Carroll
County/Carrollton City school
systems, and Oak Mountain
Academy in a College Awareness
initiative designed to strengthen
relationships and to work to
collaboratively develop opportunities
for students. Initial focus is on Dual
Enrollment and Middle school
initiatives.
WGTC programs achieved the
following licensure passage rates:
o Clinical Lab Tech.
100%
o Comm. Truck Driving 99%
o Cosmetology
97%
o Dent Hygiene
100%
o EMT Basic
58%
o EMT – Advanced
64%
o Esthetician
100%
o Health Info. Mgt. Tech. 87%
o Medical Assisting
81%
o Nurse Aide
84%
o Phlebotomy
93%
o Practical Nursing
83%
o Radiology – Douglas
85%
o Radiology–LaGrange
92%
o Registered Nursing
91%
o Surgical Tech
71%
Library
 Implemented a new procedure for
printing within all campus libraries
by adding Jamex coin machines to
the copiers in the libraries and
networked all library lab computers
to print from the copiers.
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Implemented a Library Reserve
Textbook Collection (LRTC) for all
libraries.
Administrative Services
Bookstore
 Updated and implemented new
Bookstore Assistant Cash Handling
Procedures
 Assisted with the coordination of
new Funds Transfer Procedures
 Upgrade of technology - (1) new
WinPrism Server, 3 new POS
Registers, and new External Back-up
Device for main WinPrism server
and POS server
Business Office
 Implemented ACH Refund Upload
process
 Clean FY 14 Financial Audit
 Clean FY 14 P-Card Audit
 Implemented process to increase
efficiency in Bond Reconciliation
and reimbursements
 Implemented process to notify
students owing balance prior to
purge via email and Post Cards
Facilities
 Actively participated in the ThINC
Academy construction project
meetings at the Lagrange Campus
 Completed Capital Outlay request
for new location for the Carroll
Campus
 Successful relocation of the Student
Center at Lagrange Campus
 Installation of carpet and painting at
several areas at Lagrange Campus
 Renovation of lab space to provide
two new exam rooms
 Rekey of Lagrange Campus, order
placed installation to be completed in
FY16
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Human Resources
 Conducted Performance
Management training with Directors
of Instruction (April)
 Conducted Positive Discipline
training with Student Services
supervisors (October)
 Conducted Job Fairs on all campuses
for Federal Work Study workers
 Coordinated State Employee
Recognition Day for employees
 Developed and implemented New
Hire Orientation
 Improved processes utilizing
KnightShare (Position Authorization
Requests, training - doc read, MVR,
more in the works)
Police Department
 Ended FY2015 with $2.5 Million in
surplus
 Active Shooter Drill/Training with
Carroll County Sherriff and other
agencies at Carroll Campus
 Active Shooter Drill/Training with
Heard County Sheriff and Franklin
Police Department at the Franklin
Instructional Site
 Active Shooter Drill/Training with
Haralson County Sheriff and six
other agencies at the Murphy
Campus
 Upgrades to cameras initiated on all
campuses
 Burglar alarms currently being
installed on all college owned
buildings
 Emergency Operation Plan renewed
with TCSG
 Emergency Operation Plan initiated
with WGTC command staff
 Obtained the required training for all
officers and Chief on the use of force
and firearms
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Adult Education
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Adult Education Student Enrollment:
2,385 - #4 in state
GED Completers: 198 - #1 in state
Total Level Completions: 1,239 - #4
in state
GED Testing Scholarships: over
$18,000 awarded
Class sites added:
o Goodwill Community Class
o New Ventures – workforce
training provider
o Douglas County Parole and
Probation class
Revamped the GED curriculum and
redesigned class structure to better
serve students.
Offered professional development to
instructors to get our staff up to
speed, providing six different local
training opportunities to ABE/GED
instructors throughout the year
Economic Development
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Shift in focus from Continuing
Education to Corporate Training
Working to eliminate
overlap/duplication of credit and
non-credit programs
FY15 training numbers
o Companies – 63
o Trainee Contact Hours 26,637
o Trainees - 3,141
Institutional Advancement
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Launched new Employee Giving
campaign, increasing participation
by 50%
Identified new outside design
consultant and created Launching
For Success graphics and new
billboards
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Updated Foundation Bylaws and
created new Policies and Procedures
per TCSG
Institutional Effectiveness
Institutional Effectiveness and Research
 Implemented TK20, new assessment
and evaluation system for the
College
 Conducted Strategic Planning
Retreat
o Senior Staff
o Leadership Staff
o Local Board of Directors
 Completed first data submission and
implementation plan for Achieving
the Dream
 Completed new WGTC Strategic
Plan (2016-2020)
 Successful Risk Based PAR Visit –
no findings
 Successful submission of SACSCOC
Second Monitoring Report – no
findings
 Conducted several surveys including
the Strategic Planning Survey,
Student Perceptions, Community
College Survey of Student
Engagement, Online Training Survey
Curriculum
 Executed articulation agreement with
LaGrange College, ADN to BSN
 Implemented new programs in
Computer Programming, Medical
Coding, AS in Consumer
Economics, Precision
Manufacturing, and several TCCs
 Developed new program of study –
Precision Manufacturing and
Maintenance
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Information Technology
 Upgrade of Self Service BANNER
Web server
 Implementation and installation of
generator at the Murphy Campus to
provide back-up power to the IT
Control Room.
 Collaborative project with WGTC
Police Department to improve the
Emergency Alert System to include
increased coverage and live alert
coverage on campuses
 Upgrade of security including the
Barracuda web filter and Proofpoint
archival server
Student Affairs
Admissions
 Received 6,474 new student
applications; admitted 3,845 new
students; and 2,493 new students
registered.
 Received 9,062 readmission
applications or program change
requests; readmitted 8,232 returning
students; and 4,566 readmitted
students registered
 Enrolled 718 high school students
Athletics
 Baseball finished 3rd in the NJCAA
Region 17 Tournament
 Women’s Basketball - 3rd
consecutive year as NCAA Region
17 DIII Champions
 Thirteen student athletes (all sports)
received scholarships to 4-yr
universities
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Career Services co-sponsored or
assisted with 15 job fairs and
individual employer set-up
Financial Aid
 Hope Recipients - 5939
 Pell Recipients - 4850
 Total Pell - $9,634,179
 Hope, Other local Grants and
Scholarships - $5,960,519
Registrar’s Office
 Three graduation ceremonies with
360 diploma and degree students
participating
 Awarded 1963 (unduplicated), 2624
(duplicated) certificates, diplomas,
and degrees
 Official transcripts sent
electronically - 3,051
Student Life
 WGTC Band played during the
homecoming basketball game –
Hoops for Hope
 Mid-Semester Checkups were held
for the first time on all campuses 270+ students attended and met with
campus departments to check their
progress towards graduation
 Friends and Family Days were held
on each campus during the Spring
Semester- Over 500 students and
guests participated
 Goal & RPA: Ashley Wilson was
our 2015 GOAL winner and Dr.
David Wortham was our 2015 RPA
winner. Dr. Wortham went on to
compete at the State Level
Career Services
 449 jobs and 25 internships were
posted to the Career Services Job
Web
 1362 students logged in to the Career
Services Job Web
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AY2015 Campus Highlights:
Carroll Campus
 Added physics classes to the Carroll campus
 Added a modular classroom to the Carroll campus to support the growth of the
Engineering Technology program
 Installed HVAC unit to condition air in Automotive and Machine Technology Labs
 Remodeled Cosmetology Lab (paint, tile, carpet, chairs)
 Replaced 55 metal halide lights with LED lamps and 90 T12 ballasts with T8 ballasts to
improve campus efficiency
Coweta Campus
 Piedmont Hospital uses campus facilities for training at the nursing level in nursing lab
and leadership meetings
 Secured a donation of robotic welders from Yamaha
 Established and continue to grow our partnership with the Samaritan Clinic and fifteen
local dentists working with our Dental Assisting program, to provide dental treatment to
local patients who need dental care
 Established a monthly Veteran’s Program, which is held at our Campus each month and
supported by our Employer Committee and local businesses
 Secured a scholarship from our Networking Group, that can provide a $1,000 a year for
our students for ten years
 Coweta County Economic Development Authority- $50,000 donation
Douglas Campus
 Sponsored September Saturdays festival, Taste of Douglasville, and Foxhall/DCSS Fall
Festival, Turner Cassity Literary Festival
 Conducted WGTC/Douglas County job fair. Partnered with GA DOL - over 50
employers participated and had over 450 attendees.
 Hosted the DCSS Performance Learning Center’s seminar for high school and middle
school students
LaGrange Campus
 Collaborated with thINC Academy during the construction of their facility on our campus
 Co-hosted Town Hall meeting for thINC
 Partnership with Caterpillar- Donated two welding machines
 Two KIA’s were donated to Automotive Department along with diagnostic equipment
Murphy Campus
 Murphy Campus hosted the first Teen Maze for students in Haralson County with 47
agencies and over 170 volunteers
 We provided the location for the first Hands across Borders law enforcement program for
West Georgia region
 Partnering with the University of West Georgia to provide a Speech Clinic for Haralson
County Children
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Murphy Campus hosted the first 8th grade Career Fair for Carroll County with over 800
8th graders and community volunteers in career path fields
Brought both local school systems together with Honda Precision Parts and Honda Lock
for a joint Education Workforce committee
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CREDIT AND NON-CREDIT STUDENT ENROLLMENT DATA
TOTAL00
CREDIT
Enrollment (unduplicated)
Graduates
Graduate Placement Rate
Licensure Exam Passage Rate
AY2012 AY2013 AY2014
TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL
10,394
9,748
9,844
AY2015
TOTAL
9,076
AY2014 – 2015
COMPARED
-7.8%
+4.5%
1,646
1,736
1,935
2,022
93.37%
95.54%
99.41%
97.24%*
90%
93%
90%
91%
+1.1%
AY2012 AY2013 AY2014 AY2015
TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL
3,290
2,927
2,865
2,385
AY2014 – 2015
COMPARED
-16.75%
TOTAL
AY2015 FTE = 4,451
* Final placement rate data for AY2015 is incomplete at this time.
SOURCE: KMS Data Center reports and Local Data - 09/2015
NON - CREDIT
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TOTAL
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NON-CREDIT
Adult Literacy
– GED graduates
991
693
442
198
-55.2%
Community Education
2,432
2,042
1,701
1,820
+ 7%
Corporate Training
2,272
1,787
1,848
3,141
+70%
0
TOTAL
SOURCE: GALIS and Local Data - 08/2015
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AY2015 STUDENT PARTICIPATION RATE
BY COUNTY OF RESIDENCE
By Percentage
Carroll
16%
Coweta
22%
Douglas
Haralson
Heard
12%
Meriwether
2%
2%
6%
Troup
21%
Other
19%
By Student Enrollment Count
1966 1904
2000
1718
1800
1496
1600
1400
1089
1200
1000
800
588
600
400
145
199
200
0
Carroll
Coweta
Douglas
Haralson
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Other
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AY2015
CREDIT STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS
By Age
50%
40%
3557
39%
30%
23%
2125
20%
12% 1054
8%
10%
12% 1063
751
6% 555
0%
Under 21
21-25
26-30
31-35
36-40
4000
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0
Over 40
By Gender
65%
Female
5916
35%
Male
3189
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
By Ethnicity
0%
1%
32%
60%
4%
3%
American Indian
Asian
Black
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Hispanic
Other
White
15
By Educational Preparation
Less than 12
GED
High School
1 – 3 Years
Postsecondary
Bachelor
Degree
Greater than
Bachelor Degree
10.2%
10.5%
64.9%
12.5%
1.7%
0.2%
By Enrollment Status
30%
Full-Time
Part-Time
70%
By Award Level
4472
5000
Degree
4000
3000
2524
2155
Diploma
2000
1000
Certificate
0
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ASSOCIATE DEGREE ENROLLMENT
PROGRAM 98 99 00 01 02
PROGRAM
Accounting
Applied Technical Management
Business Administrative Technology
Business Management
Clinical Laboratory Technology
Computer Info Systems – Networking Specialist
Computer Info Systems – Support Specialist
Criminal Justice - AS
Criminal Justice - AAS
Culinary Arts
Dental Hygiene
Early Childhood Care & Education
Electronics Technology
Engineering Technology
Fire Science
General Business - AS
Health Information Management Technology
Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Marketing Management
Radiologic Technology
Registered Nursing - ADN
TOTAL*
AY2012
203
2
284
119
25
182
119
-255
43
30
210
58
-59
-145
-130
71
218
2153
AY2013
177
-221
241
27
177
119
-250
63
28
238
68
18
76
-168
2
104
65
182
2224
AY2014
182
-212
348
33
168
124
33
233
73
26
233
68
129
56
208
167
14
89
68
176
2640
AY2015
177
-229
347
34
161
118
107
151
63
28
226
60
132
37
357
126
33
77
64
191
2718
*Duplicated numbers (learning support courses and transient students not included)
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DIPLOMA PROGRAM ENROLLMENT
98 99 00 01 Y02
PROGRAM
Accounting
Air Conditioning Technology
Automated Manufacturing Technology
Automotive Technology
Barbering
Business Administrative Technology
Business Management
CNC Technology
Computer Info Systems – Networking Specialist
Computer Info Systems – Support Specialist
Cosmetology
Criminal Justice
Culinary Arts
Diesel Equipment Technology
Drafting Technology
Early Childhood Care & Education
Electrical Control Systems
Electrical Systems Technology
Electronics Technology
Fire Science Technology
Industrial Mechanical Systems
Industrial Systems Technology
Machine Tool Technology
Marketing Management
Medical Assisting
Practical Nursing
Surgical Technology
Welding and Joining Technology
TOTAL*
AY2012
147
176
-204
51
508
67
22
143
95
490
237
96
26
34
237
14
29
49
80
38
50
25
71
38
61
27
110
3125
AY2013
111
141
1
186
23
444
98
28
117
79
399
202
77
41
35
200
23
31
32
71
58
48
32
56
30
71
14
176
2824
AY2014
106
143
-174
18
344
139
39
99
82
340
180
61
45
36
172
18
18
41
58
57
31
27
38
28
64
12
216
2586
AY2015
88
105
-158
19
377
160
36
61
66
309
140
42
55
30
161
13
25
39
46
47
21
37
31
27
60
13
216
2382
*Duplicated numbers (learning support courses and transient students not included)
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CERTIFICATE PROGRAM ENROLLMENT
PROGRAM 98 99 00 01 02
PROGRAM
AY2012
AY2013
AY2014
AY2015
Administrative Support Assistant
7
4
2
3
Air Conditioning Electrical Technician
7
1
--
--
Air Conditioning Repair Specialist
4
2
2
2
Air Conditioning Technician Assistant
6
2
1
2
Animation & Game Design Specialist
1
1
1
13
Automotive Chassis Technician Specialist
--
3
--
13
Automotive Climate Control Technician
--
13
17
17
Auto Electrical/Electronic Systems Technician
2
1
1
11
Automotive Engine Performance Technician
3
3
1
6
27
27
31
11
Automotive Transmission/Transaxle Tech Spec.
1
--
--
--
Basic Machining Operator
3
4
2
1
20
26
14
6
CAD Technician – Advanced
--
3
3
2
Certified Personal Trainer
1
--
1
--
33
13
14
2
3
--
--
--
119
212
290
232
--
2
2
2
14
--
4
--
Computerized Accounting Specialist
--
--
2
1
Crime Scene Fundamentals
8
10
10
20
Criminal Justice Fundamentals
24
30
35
22
Dental Assisting – Advanced
45
44
50
46
Dental Assisting – Basic
64
70
66
49
Early Childhood Care & Education Basics
20
17
6
5
Electrocardiography Technology
--
--
13
11
Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)
--
--
--
2
Emergency Medical Tech (AEMT )– Advanced
11
39
38
70
Emergency Medical Tech (EMT)
91
89
61
62
--
--
--
1
36
42
43
39
Automotive Engine Repair Technician
CAD Operator
Child Development Specialist
CNC Specialist
Commercial Truck Driving
Commercial Wiring
Computed Tomography Specialist
Energy Industry Fundamentals
Esthetician
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Firefighter I
1
--
--
--
Food Production Worker I
15
18
22
7
Game Development Specialist
19
27
20
27
Gas Metal Arc Welder
38
31
22
11
Gas Tungsten Arc Welder
27
13
8
6
1
1
3
--
Health Care Assistant
985
835
776
641
Health Care Science
2461
2209
2148
2004
Heating & Air Conditioning Installation Tech.
--
--
1
2
Heavy Diesel Service Technician
3
3
7
10
Help Desk Specialist
2
2
3
11
Human Resource Management Specialist
--
2
4
5
Industrial Electrician
4
4
3
4
Infant/Toddler Care Specialist
6
2
1
1
Internet Specialist Web Site Developer
6
4
3
--
Mammography
7
1
6
9
Manufacturing Technician
--
--
7
1
Medical Billing Clerk
84
53
28
19
Medical Coding
78
45
22
14
Medical Front Office Assistant
29
29
19
12
Medical Language Specialist
42
29
22
9
Microsoft Excel Application Professional
1
--
--
--
Microsoft Office Application Professional
8
1
4
1
Microsoft Word Application Professional
--
1
--
--
184
181
185
180
Office Accounting Specialist
8
2
1
1
Patient Care Assisting
--
--
26
20
Payroll Accounting Specialist
--
--
--
4
PC Repair & Network Technician
27
9
18
22
Pharmacy Assistant
86
109
122
109
Phlebotomy Technician
97
65
49
45
Photovoltaic Systems Install. & Repair Tech.
--
--
--
1
Pipe Welder
4
6
3
1
Prep Cook
--
--
3
1
Residential Wiring Technician
--
2
--
1
Geriatric Care Assistant
Nurse Aide
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Service Sector Management Specialist
2
2
--
--
Shampoo Technician
41
61
50
57
Shielded Metal Arc Welder – Advanced
66
41
27
29
Shielded Metal Arc Welder – Basic
103
91
87
57
Small Business Marketing Manager
--
--
1
--
Tax Preparation Specialist
--
--
1
2
Technical Specialist
980
960
967
840
Web Site Developer
--
--
2
7
5965
5497
5381
4822
TOTAL*
*Duplicated numbers (learning support courses and transient students not included)
SOURCE: KMS Data Center report #DC180 - 09/2015\
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GRADUATE/PLACEMENT REPORT
ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE
PROGRAM
# GRADUATES
PLACEMENT RATE %
(Benchmark 90%)
AY2012
AY2013
AY2014
AY2015
AY2012
AY2013
AY2014
AY2015*
Accounting
29
15
26
26
93%
100%
100%
100%
Business Technology
34
36
36
24
91%
97%
97%
100%
Business Management
3
2
7
29
75%
100%
100%
66.7%
Clinical Lab. Tech.
13
14
11
8
92%
92%
100%
--
Comp. Info. Sys.
(Support Specialist)
20
13
19
17
90%
77%
94.1%
100%
Comp. Info. Sys.
(Networking Specialist)
31
15
28
25
96%
80%
96.3%
100%
Criminal Justice – AS
--
--
NEW
--
--
NEW
Criminal Justice – AAS
17
23
25
29
87%
83%
100%
100%
Culinary Arts
4
3
8
9
75%
100%
100%
--
Dental Hygiene
14
11
12
12
100%
100%
100%
--
Early Childhood
22
18
20
21
100%
94%
100%
100%
Electronics Tech.
11
11
5
12
100%
95%
100%
--
Engineering Tech.
--
--
--
3
--
--
--
--
Fire Science
18
19
14
9
100%
100%
100%
--
General Business – AS
--
--
NEW
4
--
--
NEW
--
Health Info Mgt. Tech.
--
23
26
27
--
95%
100%
--
Marketing Management
14
4
12
4
70%
50%
100%
--
22
Radiologic Tech.
35
31
32
27
86%
100%
100%
100%
Registered Nurse
79
77
51
62
91%
97%
100%
--
Technical Studies
2
--
--
--
100%
--
--
--
346
315
332
348
TOTAL
23
DIPLOMA
PROGRAM
# GRADUATES
PLACEMENT RATE %
(Benchmark 90%)
AY 2012
AY 2013
AY2014
AY2015
AY 2012
AY2013
AY2014
AY2015*
Accounting
9
9
12
15
100%
100%
100%
100%
Air Cond. Tech.
27
15
19
9
92%
93%
100%
100%
Applied Mfg. Tech.
1
--
--
--
100%
--
--
--
Automotive Tech.
23
22
19
26
78%
100%
100%
100%
Barbering
14
3
4
1
79%
100%
100%
--
Business Technology
44
32
38
20
78%
93%
100%
100%
Business Management
1
--
1
4
100%
--
100%
--
Comp. Info. Sys. (Support
Specialist)
2
2
5
5
100%
100%
100%
--
Comp. Info. Sys.
(Networking Specialist)
6
3
3
4
88%
100%
100%
--
CNC Technology
6
2
10
6
100%
100%
100%
100%
Cosmetology
123
102
89
70
88%
93%
100%
100%
Criminal Justice
10
9
8
9
75%
100%
100%
--
Culinary Arts
8
4
5
2
100%
75%
100%
100%
Diesel Equip. Tech.
1
4
12
9
100%
100%
100%
100%
Drafting Technology
7
3
3
5
100%
100%
100%
100%
Early Child Care/Ed.
20
22
19
12
100%
91%
100%
100%
Elect. Control Systems
2
3
4
6
100%
100%
100%
--
Electrical Systems Tech.
--
3
1
2
--
100%
100%
--
24
Electronics Tech.
6
2
1
3
100%
100%
100%
--
Fire Science Technology
6
7
1
1
100%
100%
100%
--
Industrial Electrical Tech.
1
--
--
--
100%
--
--
--
Industrial Mechanical Sys.
3
4
5
12
100%
100%
100%
100%
Industrial Systems Tech.
3
13
5
6
100%
100%
100%
--
Machine Tool Tech.
6
3
7
7
100%
100%
100%
--
Marketing Management
1
--
1
--
100%
--
100%
--
Medical Assisting
32
28
23
23
100%
96%
95.2%
--
Practical Nursing
50
61
56
40
98%
93%
100%
--
Surgical Technology
21
11
11
7
91%
91%
100%
--
Welding/Joining Tech.
7
7
22
32
100%
86%
100%
100%
440
374
384
336
TOTAL
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TECHNICAL CERTIFICATES OF CREDIT
PROGRAM
# GRADUATES
PLACEMENT RATE %
(Benchmark 90%)
AY2012
AY2013
AY2014
AY2015
AY2012
AY2013
AY2014
AY2015*
Admin. Support Asst.
55
65
45
25
89%
99%
97.8%
100%
Air Cond. Elect. Tech.
5
11
7
27
100%
82%
100%
100%
Air Cond. Repair Spec.
17
7
11
19
97%
71%
100%
100%
Air Cond. Tech. Asst.
2
11
15
34
100%
91%
100%
--
Animation/Game Design
--
10
5
10
83%
100%
100%
--
Auto Chassis Tech.
11
27
19
64
100%
96%
100%
95.8%
Auto Climate Control
Tech.
27
45
31
54
91%
98%
100%
100%
Auto Electrical/Electronic
Systems
47
67
67
73
95%
98%
100%
--
Auto Engine Perf. Tech.
16
29
25
55
94%
93%
100%
93.3%
Auto Engine Repair Tech.
23
55
42
54
93%
98%
100%
100%
Auto Transmission/
Transaxle Technician
18
24
36
41
100%
92%
97.2%
100%
Basic Electronic Assemb.
--
--
--
1
--
--
--
--
Basic Machining Oper.
7
5
15
15
100%
100%
100%
--
Basic Machinist
--
--
16
19
--
--
100%
--
CAD Operator
8
14
7
7
100%
100%
100%
--
CAD Technician – Adv
--
1
1
1
--
100%
100%
--
Child Develop. Specialist
38
22
18
43
97%
96%
100%
100%
CNC Specialist
3
--
1
--
100%
--
100%
--
26
102
169
242
187
99%
92%
99.6%
100%
Commercial Wiring
--
--
1
2
--
--
100%
--
Computed Tomog. Spec.
10
--
3
--
100%
--
100%
--
Computerized Acct. Spec.
--
28
33
35
--
100%
100%
100%
Crime Scene Fund.
13
21
30
38
85%
95%
100%
100%
Criminal Justice Fund.
26
37
34
52
92%
100%
100%
100%
Dental Assisting (Adv.)
47
40
37
18
97%
98%
100%
100%
Dental Assisting (Basic)
55
60
48
45
96%
97%
100%
--
Early Childhood Care/
Education Basics
70
47
52
118
99%
98%
100%
50%
Electrocardiography Tech
--
3
--
2
--
100%
--
--
Emergency Med. Tech Advanced
19
32
26
20
95%
100%
96.2%
100%
Emergency Med. Tech.
39
33
31
38
97%
100%
100%
--
Esthetician
12
21
22
21
100%
86%
100%
--
Food Production Worker
12
14
27
16
83%
100%
96.3%
0%
Game Development Spec.
17
17
7
15
91%
100%
100%
--
Gas Metal Arc Welder
25
26
48
66
100%
96%
100%
100%
Gas Tungsten Arc Welder
19
15
31
53
96%
93%
100%
100%
Geriatric Care Asst.
1
--
--
--
100%
--
--
--
Health Care Assistant
--
1
3
2
--
100%
100%
--
Health Care Science
--
--
--
1
--
--
--
100%
HVAC Install. Tech.
--
1
--
11
--
100%
--
--
Heavy Diesel Svc. Tech.
8
2
20
16
100%
100%
100%
--
Help Desk Specialist
6
1
14
10
80%
100%
100%
100%
Human Resource Mgt.
--
--
1
16
--
--
100%
--
Industrial Electrician
1
5
3
10
100%
100%
100%
--
Infant/Toddler Care Spec.
2
--
1
7
50%
--
100%
100%
Comm. Truck Driving
27
Lathe Operator
--
--
10
7
--
--
100%
--
Mammography
7
--
3
9
86%
--
100%
--
Manufacturing Tech.
--
--
--
3
--
--
--
--
Medical Billing Clerk
27
36
28
14
88%
91%
100%
100%
Medical Coding
13
7
--
4
100%
100%
--
--
Medical Front Office Asst
32
30
24
16
96%
93%
100%
100%
Medical Language Spec.
14
7
6
--
69%
71%
100%
--
Mill Operator
--
--
9
7
--
--
100%
--
MS Excel App. Prof.
40
56
40
35
84%
98%
97.5%
100%
MS Office App. Prof.
45
44
30
16
87%
96%
96.7%
100%
MS Word App. Prof.
32
62
48
34
88%
95%
97.9%
100%
Nurse Aide
144
178
228
302
96%
97%
100%
33.3%
Office Accounting Spec.
37
30
34
43
95%
100%
100%
100%
Patient Care Assistant
--
--
18
16
--
--
100%
--
Payroll Accounting Spec.
--
--
21
23
--
--
100%
100%
PC Repair/Network Tech.
13
36
16
33
88%
91%
100%
100%
Pharmacy Assistant
9
9
30
23
100%
89%
100%
--
Phlebotomy Technician
44
39
47
55
97%
99%
100%
100%
Photovoltaic System
Install/Repair
--
--
--
1
--
--
--
--
Pipe Welder
4
9
2
4
100%
100%
100%
100%
Prep Cook
11
14
26
22
82%
100%
96.2%
0%
Service Sector Mgt. Spec.
--
--
1
5
--
--
100%
100%
Shampoo Technician
128
138
106
129
94%
97%
100%
--
Shielded Metal Arc
Welder - Advanced
27
31
49
92
82%
97%
100%
100%
Shielded Metal Arc
Welder – Basic
34
84
89
85
85%
100%
100%
100%
28
Small Business Mkt. Mgr.
--
--
1
3
--
--
100%
--
Tax Preparation Spec.
--
27
29
18
--
96%
100%
100%
6
1428
4
1807
9
1979
7
2347
100%
100%
100%
--
Technical Specialist
TOTAL
* Final placement rate data for AY2015 is incomplete at this time.
Placement rates are based on unduplicated graduates and unduplicated employment status, using the latest employment status entry for each student. Total
placement rate formula:
In Field + Military + Rel Field + Unrel Field + In Field & Cont Ed + Rel Field & Cont Ed + Unrel Field & Cont Ed + Cont Ed
Numerator + Not Employed
SOURCE: KMS Data Center report #DC109 and #DC112 subreport – 09/2015
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FINANCIAL AID
Student Recipients
8000
7270
7000
5889
6000
5645
5939
5885
5460
5372
4850
5000
HOPE Recipients
PELL Recipients
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
AY2012
AY2013
AY014
AY2015
Amount Disbursed
TOTAL PELL
HOPE, other
Local Grants
& Scholarships
AY2012
$12,549,761
AY2013
$10,470,737
AY2014
$10,847,015
AY2015
$9,634,179
$7,484,672
$6,285,890
$5,319,873
$5,960,519
SOURCE: Local Data – 08/2015
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FULL-TIME FACULTY DEMOGRAPHICS
AY2015
By Gender
FEMALE
66% (92)
MALE
34% (47)
By Race
ASIAN
0% (0)
BLACK
25% (35)
HISPANIC
1% (2)
WHITE
71% (98)
OTHER
3% (4)
By Age
UNDER 35
16% (22)
35 – 49
44% (61)
50 – 59
21% (29)
60+
19% (27)
By Tenure
Less Than
1 Year
16% (22)
1–5
Years
49% (68)
6–9
Years
14% (19)
10 – 14
Years
14% (19)
15 – 19
Years
5% (7)
20 – 25
Years
1% (2)
Over
25 Years
1% (2)
n = 139
Snapshot of full-time faculty members employed on October 15, 2014
SOURCE: Human Resources Office Data – 09/2015
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FULL-TIME STAFF DEMOGRAPHICS
AY2015
By Gender
FEMALE
70% (169)
MALE
30% (71)
By Race
ASIAN
0% (0)
BLACK
23% (54)
HISPANIC
.1%(1)
WHITE
75% (181)
OTHER
1.9% (4)
By Age
UNDER 35
16% (39)
35 – 49
38% (91)
50 – 59
36% (86)
60+
10% (24)
By Tenure
Less Than
1 Year
11% (26)
1–5
Years
44% (105)
6–9
Years
19% (45)
10 – 14
Years
12% (30)
15 – 19
Years
9% (21)
20 – 25
Years
4% (10)
Over
25 Years
1% (3)
n = 240
Snapshot of full-time staff members employed on October 15, 2014
SOURCE: Human Resources Office Data – 09/2015
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COLLEGE STRUCTURE
AY2015
2%
Sr. Staff
9%
Admin
37%
Support Staff
32%
Clerical
Maintenance
11%
Faculty
9%
Sr. Staff:
Admin:
Support Staff:
Clerical:
Maintenance
& Security:
Faculty:
President, Vice Presidents, Provost, Executive Director
Assistant VPs, Directors, Managers, Deans
Specialists, Assistants, Technicians, Coordinators, Counselors, Advisors,
IT, Librarians
Administrative Assistants, Program Specialists, Receptionists, Program
Assistants, Cashiers
Maintenance Supervisors, Technicians, Custodial Staff, Courier, Grounds
Staff, Police
Full-Time Teaching Faculty
SOURCE: Human Resources Office Data – 09/2015
Based on full-time faculty/staff members employed on October 15, 2014
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LIBRARY COLLECTIONS
Category
Books, Bound Serials &
Government Documents
Number of Volumes
Number of Titles
Current Serial Subscriptions
Number of Titles
Audio Visual Materials (audio books,
videos, etc.)
Number of Titles
AY2012
AY2013
AY2014
AY2015
45,839
35,406
48,850
37,916
50,282
39,671
59,482
47,842
215
235
252
264
3,686
3,746
3,917
4,201
LIBRARY EXPENDITURES
180,000
160,000
140,000
120,000
100,000
80,000
60,000
40,000
20,000
0
178,000
159,401
103,036
100,321
AY2012
AY2013
AY2014
AY2015
LIBRARY SERVICE PER TYPICAL MONTH
SERVICE
CATEGORY
Circulation*
AY2012
Student #s
567
AY2013
Student #s
684
AY2014
Student #s
1,182
AY2015
Student #s
2,498
Gate Count
19,654
21,045
22,640
73,542
Reference
953
1,195
2,361
6,471
6,696
7,124
8,602
22,691
Computer Usage
* Average # per month – includes student laptops circulation; all libraries included
SOURCE: Library Services Data – 09/2015
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