Institutional Data

Institutional Set Standards

The college strives for success in achievement and learning outcomes of the students in various measures of student attainment. Institutional set standards are established for completion, awards and transfer based on five year averages set at 95% of the average. The methodology of all institutional set standards is reaffirmed at the college annual planning retreat.

Allan Hancock assesses both course completion and success rates as part of the Institutional Set Standards. Completion rates over the five-year span analyzed have ranged between 86 and 89%, with the low in fall 2010. Similarly, course success rates have varied by 3 percentage points between 68 and 71% with a low in fall 2010. The 2010-11 academic year happened to coincide with peak enrollments and FTES for the College as enrollments were growing in both returning and displaced workers and recent high school graduates increasingly denied access to four-year institutions out of high school. AHC reports both total degrees and certificates as well as unduplicated (headcount) counts because many students earn multiple awards; reporting unduplicated counts provides a more accurate assessment of how many students are actually successful. Trends in degrees and certificates reflect enrollment patterns as well as the addition and discontinuance of degrees available. For example, the drop in 2009-10 in degrees is accounted for by a phasing out of “Liberal Arts” degrees, later replaced by Liberal Arts – Non Transfer and Liberal Arts – Transfer. The addition of ADTs will continue to add to the completion data. As a result of section reductions and scaling back, the number of students earning a degree or certificate hit a low in 2011-12, but have grown considerably since then (by 29% in certificates and 23% in degrees). Transfer counts show an increase from the low in 2010, but given AHCs lack of proximity to a CSU (Cal Poly does not participate in transfer agreements), students are greatly impacted by cost and geography..

Institutional Set Standards for Allan Hancock College

AHC assesses outcomes of students in programs leading to licensure and employment and establishes institutional set standards based on a 95% threshold of five year averages.

Licensure Exams & Pass Rates

Job Placement

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Program Data

Enrollment/Outcomes/FTEs

How successful are AHC students and what are their outcomes?

Distance Learning Onsite vs. Online

How successful are AHC students in online courses compared to onsite courses?

Course Efficiency

What is the fill rate and FTES/FTEF ratio of AHC courses?

Faculty Load

What is the FTEF breakdown of programs at AHC?

CSU/UC

CSU Transfer

How many AHC students transfer to the CSU system each year?

UC Transfer

How many AHC students transfer to the UC system each year?

Location of CSU Campuses

How far do CA Community College students have to travel to attend a CSU?

Cohorts

Prereq Coreq Advisory Compare

Do prerequisites help students achieve better outcomes?

Restricted Data (myHancock login required)

*currently restricted data is only viewable by Deans and VPs*

 

Room Utilization

Visual look at course schedule by room.

Schedule Companion Data

Data to use while building your schedule for future terms.

Daily FTES/enrollment comparison

How does the current term compare to prior term?

FTES/Enrollment comparison by Department

How do Departments in the current term compare to previous terms?

Concurrent Enrollment
What high schools do concurrent enrollments come from?

Feeder High School Enrollments

What are the enrollments from AHC's top feeder high schools?

 

 For definitions of common data terms, see Data Definitions.

All data available has been updated through Spring 2016.

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