The Student Profiles below break out official Fall 45th Day student headcount in various ways: ethnicity, gender, age, time of attendance, academic load, new/former/continuing student status, student intent, city of residence, high school district, previous college experience, first-generation status, and tuition county.
For convenience, trends with both raw numbers and percentages are provided.
The following report provides a 13-year headcount and FTSE trend for the college as a whole, Red Mountain and Internet. Data is provided for Fall, Spring and Summer as well as by reporting snapshot (e.g. beginning of term, 45th Day or end of term).
Degrees and Certificates Awarded
MCC Degree and Certificate Award Reports below were updated in September 2014 and are current through Fiscal Year 2013-2014.
Transfers to an Arizona Public University
This report provides information on MCC students who transfer to ASU, NAU and U of A. Data information is obtained from the Arizona State System for Information on Student Transfer (ASSIST) database, which is a collaboration between Arizona’s public universities and community college districts.
In 2013, OIE released a report on developmental education and placement testing. This report has been updated for Fall 2014, but, to encourage easier access, it has been broken out into individual sections described below.
MCC Developmental Education Reporting Overview and FAQs - An introduction to these reports and answers to a few commonly asked questions.
Results of MCC Placement Testing Fall 2010 - Fall 2014 - This report provides trends of all individuals taking placement tests leading up to the Fall semester. Breakouts are provided for math, reading, English and ESL.
Placement Scores of New to MCC Students - This report breaks out the placement scores of Fall students who are new to MCC (while these students are new to MCC, they may have previously attending college elsewhere).
Placement Scores of New to MCC Students by Selected Demographics - This report breaks outs New to MCC students by selected demographic categories and tells us what percentage of that group tested into at least one developmental area. For more clarification on how to read this report, please see the introduction and FAQs above.
Placement Scores of New to College MCC Students - This report breaks out the placement scores of Fall students who are new to college (to the best of our knowledge based on enrollment records and self-reported information, these students are attending college for the first time).
Placement Scores of New to College Students by Selected Demographics - This report breaks outs New to College students by selected demographic categories and tells us what percentage of that group tested into at least one developmental area. For more clarification on how to read this report, please see the introduction and FAQs above.
MCC Developmental Course Success and Completion - Fall Terms - A trend of success rates for developmental courses at MCC.
Subsequent Success of Students Passing Highest-Level Developmental Classes - This report looks at students who pass the highest developmental course (usually 09X) in a Fall semester and their subsequent success in college-level courses within one calendar year.
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