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TYPE OF DATA

DATA SOURCE

DESCRIPTION 

Student Demographics

Rogue Community College “At-A-Glance”

Yearly student enrollment and demographic information.

Indicators of Student Success

First-Time Student Fall-to-Winter Retention Rates

Percentage of first-time fall students who re-enroll for winter term of the same academic year.

First-Time Student Fall-to-Fall Retention Rates

Percentage of first-time fall students who re-enroll for fall term of the following academic year.

Three-Year Completion Rates

Percentage of first-time fall students who complete a certificate or degree within 3 years.

Successful Completion of 16+ Credits in a Student’s First Year (Sweet 16+)

Percentage of first-time fall students who successfully complete 16+ quarter credits their first academic year (i.e., a credit accumulation metric linked to Guided Pathways milestone and momentum points).

Regional Comparative Data

Higher Education Coordinating Commission’s Datamart
(HECC; State of Oregon)

Reports enrollment demographics, full-time enrollment (FTE), completion counts, and post-secondary remedial outcomes. Data is based off of reporting files sent by all community colleges in the state.

Statewide Higher Education Snapshots (HECC; State of Oregon)

Reports enrollment demographics, affordability and outcomes metrics for public community colleges and universities in Oregon. Include completion rates and 5-year earnings outcomes.

National Comparative Data

Integrated Post-Secondary Education System (IPEDS)

Data reported to the federal government. It includes information concerning college enrollment, finances, staffing, and student outcomes.

Voluntary Framework of Accountability (VFA)

Two-year outcome metrics include persistence, retention, transfer, and completion rates. Six-year outcome metrics provide greater detail.

Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE)

CCSSE measures student engagement, a critical factor linked to student retention and other important student outcomes. 

Survey of Entering Student Engagement (SENSE)

SENSE measures early engagement during the students' first term in college.