Data facts presented throughout the academic year: September - June

Student Success: Leads State Community Colleges and National Averages

SWOCC 2017 2018S Success Data

 

Click on the image to view the statewide snapshot data.  Click here to access the 4 Year College Average Tuition and Fees.

 

 

We Asked ... Students Responded ... Now We Know A Bit More to Support Student Success

 

Student Satisfaction Inventory 2018

Instructional Areas Student Responses

 

SSI Instructional Areas Student Response Highlights

 

 

SSI Instructional Areas Student Response Highlights

 

Campus Services Focus Area

 

SSI Campus Services Student Response Highlights

 

 

SSI Campus Services Student Response Planning

Student Success Retention Rates: Fall 2014 to Fall 2015

The first-time, full-time freshman fall 2014 to fall 2015 cohort retention rate was 57% - over 1.5 percentage points higher compared to the four year average.  Female and male students were retained at nearly the same rate, closing the gap between prior years where females were retained at a higher rate (more than 5 percentage points).

Who had the highest retention rate among the different category of all students you ask?  63% - Athletes  1

Research from the Center for Community College Student Engagement indicates students persist when they . . .

  • Are active & engaged learners
  • Establish meaningful relationships with faculty, staff and peers
  • Have high expectations & aspirations
  • Navigate successfully through the front door -- college systems, processes and procedures
  • Have more structure, fewer options, clearer pathways

 1  OCCI retention rate was 74% - students at OCCI are enrolled in a cohort group that is designed to complete in 5 terms, this represents an increase of nearly 3% compared to prior year

Mission Fulfillment and Core Theme Fulfillment 2014-2015

Southwestern staff are dedicated to achieving the Mission of the College – Success Indicator reports along with the planned projects designed to increase student success and serve our students within budget are highlighted in the annual Mission Fulfillment Achievement Report for 2014-15 (report to be finalized in December).  Thank you for all you do to support students to succeed and our community members as they engage in diverse learning opportunities!

Question:  Was Mission Fulfillment Achieved?

Yes:  91% of Success Indicators were achieved within the green or yellow threshold (29 of 32 with 23 at green status)

Question:  Was Core Theme Fulfillment Achieved?

Yes:   Rates ranged from 88% to 100%

Learning and Achievement

 100%

 7 of 7

Access

 88%

 7 of 8

Community Engagement

 88%

 7 of 8

Sustainability

 89%

 8 of 9

Want to know more about Mission Fulfillment and review what was achieved? Check out the Mission Fulfillment, Planning and Compliance webpages for the definition of Mission Fulfillment and Core Theme Fulfillment including links to all of the Success Indicator reports.

 

SWivia of the Month:  2013-2014 Fast Fact and College Demographic Quizlet



Introducing Quizlet, a fun interactive learning tool. With Quizlet we can use terms and definitions to create six interactive learning activities including flashcards, scatter, learn, test, space race, and speller. To experience Quizlet please see the 2013-2104 Fast Fact and College Demographics Quizlet we put together.

Flashcards – This learning activity will present a flashcard with a term on one side. You can click on the lower right hand corner to flip the flashcard to see the definition of the term. Click the arrow on the bottom of the screen to advance to the next flashcard.

Scatter – In this learning activity you will match terms and definitions to make them disappear from the screen.  

Learn – In this learning activity you can have the term or the definition presented and you type in the correct response.  You can have it speak the text or you can read the text.  

Test – will present a simple test of multiple choice, true false, and fill in the blank questions.

Space Race – As definitions scroll across your screen you type the term into the box. You must type in the answer before the definition scrolls all the way across the screen.

Speller – You type what you hear. They will speak the term and show the definition, you need to spell the term correctly in the box.

Have fun viewing the Quizlet features and learning about Southwestern at the same time. Want to learn more about Quizlet? Contact our learning gurus at the Teaching Learning Center T103 to find out about our new learning tools.

 

SSRS and Infomaker Workspace Reports: No Public Access

View Results Provides a list of all reports within SSRS and Infomaker reports on staff workspaces along with a description (SSRS) or the path (Infomaker). Public access not available at this time.
Enrollment Reports
Title Description

This report displays the enrollment count along with the averge credits and billing credits.  The report is for students who enrolled at least half-time.  The courses included in the credit count are undergraduate courses (no community education) that are applicable toward a degree/certificate or other credential.  This report is year-based (ex: 2013) and term-based.  The report provides the opportunity to compare multiple years and to narrow the selection of students based on specific student demographics such as housing students, financial aid, veteran, Curry, athlete and more.

This report lists the course enrollments for eLearning courses along with unduplicated headcount by state.  This report was designed for the eLearning area to track enrollments, course availability, and students demographics.  This report is accessible from on-campus for authorized faculty and staff who have permissions.

This report lists the course enrollments for OCCDLA courses along with unduplicated headcount by state. This report was designed for the eLearning area to track enrollments, course availability, and students demographics. This report is accessible from on-campus for authorized faculty and staff who have permissions.

Credit for Prior Learning Report - Demographics.  This report is designed to report the data required for the CPL Project.  This report provides student counts and pell count of CPL students along with demographic data associated with t he credit earned.

This report lists the prior learning type by course and student.  This report provides the student count and course count information for all prior learning opportunities including AP and CLEP, Military, Challenge Exams (CE), Portfolios, and Other Prior Learning assessment.  Challenge Exams include DSST, DANTE and others for purposes of this report with CLEP reported separately.  This report is not designed for data reporting for the CPL Project (see the Credit for Prior Learning Report).

 

SWOCC trivia presents data points and facts throughout the academic year: September - June

Retention Fall 2013 to Fall 2014 - SWivia Facts February 2015

The first-time, full-time freshman fall 2013 to fall 2014 cohort retention rate was 60.70% - nearly 8 percentage points higher compared to the fall 2010 to fall 2011 cohort!  Female students were retained at a rate of 63.29% compared to male students at 57.65% - male retention rates were over 9 percentage points higher compared to the 2010 cohort and female retention rates were up over 5 percentage points.

Who had the highest retention rate among the different category of all students you ask?  67.86% - Athletes  1

Research from the Center for Community College Student Engagement indicates students persist when they . . .

  • Are active & engaged learners
  • Establish meaningful relationships with faculty, staff and peers
  • Have high expectations & aspirations
  • Navigate successfully through the front door -- college systems, processes and procedures
  • Have more structure, fewer options, clearer pathways

 1  OCCI retention rate was 72.31% - students at OCCI are enrolled in a cohort group that is designed to complete in 5 terms

Student Completion - SWivia Plus for September 2014

  As mentioned during fall in-service 2014 by our ASG President, Jonna Jorgensen, two of the many reasons we work at SWOCC are to help students and support C2C (Commit 2 Complete).

Do you know how many students completed a degree or certificate last year? Check out the link below that was presented at the September Board of Education meeting for a little SWOCC trivia - SWivia

 

Graduate Data 2013-14

Mission Fulfillment 2013-2014

Southwestern staff are dedicated to achieving the Mission of the College – Success Indicator reports along with the planned projects designed to increase student success and serve our students within budget are highlighted in the annual Mission Fulfillment Achievement Report for 2013-14.  Thank you for all you do to support students and the community as they engage in diverse learning opportunities!

Question:  Was Mission Fulfillment Achieved?

Yes:  91% of Success Indicators were achieved within the green or yellow threshold (29 of 32 with 20 at green status)

Question:  Was Core Theme Fulfillment Achieved?

Yes:   Rates ranged from 88% to 100%

Learning and Achievement

100%

7 of 7

Access

88%

7 of 8

Community Engagement

88%

7 of 8

Sustainability

89%

8 of 9

 Want to know more about Mission Fulfillment and review what was achieved? Check out the Mission Fulfillment, Planning and Compliance webpages for the definition of Mission Fulfillment and Core Theme Fulfillment including links to all of the Success Indicator reports.

Reports and documents located in the Public section do not require special access, most public reports are located on the Reports and Surveys portal page.  All faculty and staff reports require access from on-campus, anyone interested in data from a report may contact ir@socc.edu for publically available information.

 

 

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FTE and Headcount Report Views

State Funded FTE and Headcount

Statewide Snapshots     *     State Featured Data     *     State Resource Webpage     *     State Performance

 

The state funded FTE and headcount figures are depicted in the charts.  FTE = Full-time equivalent.  FTE and headcount are based on the data reported to the State of Oregon through the community college reporting system.  FTE and headcount are based on students registered at the end of the 4th week of the term.  FTE is calculated based on clock hours.  FTE is calculated differently for state funding compared to IPEDS or other  methods to determine student FTE.  State funded FTE is strictly used within Oregon Community College's and the Oregon funding agency for use in a funding formula. At Southwestern the calculation is:

Fall term = total clock hours / 467.5 = 1 FTE

All other terms = total clock hours / 510 = 1 FTE