2015SpringElectromecahnicalTechnology

2015SpringElectromecahnicalTechnology






Course Completion
What percentage of all students declared in a program (in a given year) complete all courses
with a C or Better?
For the years 2010-2014

Electromechanical Technology
AAS
Percentage Pass Rate
100%
90%
80%
70%

60%
50%

40%
Pass %

SU2012

FA2012

SP2013

SU2013

FA2013

SP2014

SU2014

FA2014

SP2015

60%

94%

93%

100%

93%

88%

56%

90%

87%

SU14
7

FA14
31

Number of students



SU12
4

FA12
29

SP13
32

SU13
1

FA13
35

SP14
38

SP15
35

‘Number of students’ is the number of students who were declared in the program irrespective
of status (core, prep or wait list) during the given term.
The percentage value represented by the line in the graph is the overall pass rate.

Term to Term Retention
What percentage of students who start in the first term of a program enroll the following
term (often fall-to-spring)?
For the years 2010-2014

Electromechanical Technology
AAS
100%
95%

90%
85%
80%
75%

70%
65%
60%
55%

50%

N2010

N2011

N2012

N2013

N2014

100%

92%

100%

96%

93%

Retention Rate

Fall
# of students

2010
17

2011
13

2012
15

2013
24

2014
14

‘# of students’ is the number of students who STARTED (matriculated into) the
program in the first term of the program. See the glossary for the definition of
matriculated.

The percentage value represented by the line in the graph is the number of
students who were retained, term to term.

Three-Year Graduation Rate
What percentage of students who start a program in a given year graduate within three years
of that start?
For the years 2010 & 2011

Electromechanical Technology
AAS
62%
62%
61%
61%
60%
60%
59%
59%
58%
58%
57%
3 year grad rate

Fall
# of students

2010
17

G2010

G2011

59%

62%

2011
13

‘# of students’ is the number of students who STARTED (matriculated into) the
program in the first term of the program. See the glossary for the definition of
matriculated.

The percentage value represented by the line in the graph is the number of
students who graduated from the number above within three years.

Year-to-Year Retention
What percentage of students who start in the first term of a program enroll or graduate the
following year?
For the years 2010-2014

Electromechanical Technology
AAS
100%
95%

90%
85%
80%
75%

70%
65%
60%
55%

50%

N2010

N2011

N2012

N2013

88%

85%

87%

67%

Retention Rate

Fall
# of students

2010
17

2011
13

2012
15

2013
24

‘# of students’ is the number of students who STARTED (matriculated into) the
program in the first term of a program. See the glossary for the definition of
matriculated.

The percentage value represented by the line in the graph is the number of
students who were retained year to year.