Student Outcomes Reports

A primary function of CCC Institutional Research is federal and state reporting, to include the  Arizona Community Colleges' Strategic Vision .  A summary of the most recent information available is provided below.</p

 

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Federal IPEDS Feedback Reports

Retention Rates of Fall Tracking Cohorts

Unduplicated Fall Headcount

SemesterHeadcount1st-time,
Full-time cohort
Fall to Fall
Retention Rate
Fall 2013 3698 288 50%
Fall 2014 3612 376 56%
Fall 2015 3541 349 58%
Fall 2016 3614 352 56%
Fall 2017 3515 239 57%
Fall 2018 3719 261 58%
Fall 2019 3582 247 55%
Fall 2020 3289 284 53%

Graduation and Transfer Rates - Student Right to Know

Graduation and Transfer Rates The graduation rate is the percentage of full-time, first-time, degree-seeking students who enrolled at the beginning of the fall semester and subsequently completed an Associate degree within 3 years or certificate program within 150% of the normal completion time.   CCC's overall graduation rate for the Fall 2018 cohort is 13%.

 

The CCC Transfer rate is the percentage of those students who subsequently transfer to another institution without a CCC award. CCC's overall transfer-out rate for the Fall 2018 cohort is 27%. (IPEDS 2021-22 collection)

 

Graduation and Transfer Rates Fall 2018 Cohort

Gender# in CohortGraduation RateTransfer-Out Rate
Men 139 12% 29%
Women 122 14% 25%
Race-Ethnicity# in CohortGraduation RateTransfer-Out Rate
American Indian/Alaskan Native 42 13% 25%
Asian #    
Black/African American #    
Hispanic/Latino 63 13% 25%
Pacific Islander #    
White 127 17% 32%
Two or more races 14   43%
Unknown/Unreported #    
Pell Grant Recipients# in CohortGraduation RateTransfer-Out Rate
Received Pell Grant 107 9% 28%
No Pell 154 16% 26%

 

Overall Graduation and Transfer Rates for Additional Cohorts

Fall # in CohortGraduation RateTransfer-Out Rate
2011 285 6% 34%
2012 250 11% 38%
2013 288 16% 29%
2014 376 18% 36%
2015 349 16% 41%
2016 352 15% 38%
2017 239 20% 33%
2018 261 13% 27%

 

# Detail not provided for categories with five or fewer students

Source:  annual IPEDS Graduation Rates survey 

Licensures and Subsequent Bachelor Degree Awards

External Licensures and Certifications

Certification Area Credential Received2018-20192019-20202020-2021
Construction Technology Management Environmental Protection Agency 608 (Refrigerants) 0 3 0
Construction Technology Management Occupational Safety and Health Administration 10 Hour 32 33 22
Construction Technology Management Technical Training Program - Building Code Specialist 6 8 6
Emergency Medical Systems Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) 73 72 53
Fire Science Fire Fighter I and II 10 17 11
Fire Science Hazardous Materials Fire Awareness/Operations 22 12 13
Fire Science Introduction to Wildland Fire Fighter (S-130/S-190/I-100/I-700) 28 46 57
Fire Science Introduction to Wildland Fire Fighting 0 16 19
Fire Science Wildland Fire Chainsaws (S-212) 0 0 7
Nursing/Allied Health Certified/Licensed Nursing Assistant 30 72 61
Nursing/Allied Health NCLEX-RN 9 30 29
Nursing/Allied Health Registered Medical Assistant 9 1 0

 

Percent of  University Transfers Earning a Bachelor's Degree Within 4 Years

Transfer YearPct Earning Bachelor
2009-2010 51%
2010-2011 51%
2011-2012 60%
2012-2013 48%
2013-2014 49.5% 
2014-2015 51% 
2015-2016 49.6% 
2016-2017 54.6% 

Sources:

  • External licensures and certifications - College records
  • University transfers - AZ Strategic Vision

 

AZ Strategic Vision Reports

 

 

Transfer in Arizona

The Arizona State System for Information on Student Transfer (ASSIST) records provide in-state transfer information.

 

41.0% of transfer-behavior, first–time students entering CCC in 2014-2015 transferred to an Arizona university within five years. 40.9% of transfer-behavior, first–time students entering CCC in 2013-2014 transferred to an Arizona university within six years. (November 2020)

 

25.5% of transfer-behavior, first-time students entering all Arizona community colleges in 2014-2015 transferred to an Arizona university within five years. 27.2% of transfer-behavior, first-time students entering all Arizona community colleges in 2013-2014 transferred to an Arizona university within six years. (November 2020)