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Who Are Our Students?. College Council Planning Retreat November 30, 2012. Fast Facts - Fall 2012:. 10,288 students enrolled (6.6% decrease from Fall 2011) Average number of units of enrollment: 8.3 30% attending WVC full time. Enrollment Trend 2002 - 2012. Student Age. Student Ethnicity.

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Who are our students

Who Are Our Students?

College Council Planning Retreat

November 30, 2012


Fast facts fall 2012

Fast Facts - Fall 2012:

  • 10,288 students enrolled (6.6% decrease from Fall 2011)

  • Average number of units of enrollment: 8.3

  • 30% attending WVC full time


Enrollment trend 2002 2012

Enrollment Trend 2002 - 2012


Student age

Student Age


Student ethnicity

Student Ethnicity


Student gender

Student Gender


Where are they from

Where Are They From?

  • Leigh

  • Westmont

  • Los Gatos

  • Santa Teresa

  • Leland

  • Pioneer

  • Branham

  • Prospect

  • Saratoga

  • Oak Grove


What are their goals

What Are Their Goals?


What do they need

What Do They Need?

  • Developmental Education:

    • 6% of all enrollments are in Basic Skills courses

      • 24.6% of English enrollments

      • 47.2% of Math enrollments

      • 51.1% of Reading enrollments

  • Support services:

    • at least 4% of students have a disability

    • 1,400+ students receive tutoring annually


What do they need cont d

What Do They Need? (cont’d)

  • Financial Aid (estimate as of 10/16/12):

    • 4600 students received BOG waivers (2011-2012)

    • Annual financial aid awarded: $10,913,081

      Source WVC Financial Aid Office


What do they study

What Do They Study?

  • Most popular degrees, 2011-2012:

    • Humanities (English, Communication)

    • Liberal Arts & Sciences

    • Biological and Physical Sciences

  • Most popular certificates, 2011-2012:

    • Child Development/Early Care and Education

    • Paralegal

    • Interior Design and Merchandising


Achieving their goals

Achieving Their Goals

  • In 2011-2012:

    • 552 earned Associate degrees

    • 170 earned Certificates

  • In 2010-2011:

    • 105 transferred to a UC

    • 586 transferred to a CSU

  • 47.7% of those with behavioral intent to transfer (a.k.a. transfer velocity) did so within 6 years


  • Questions or comments

    Questions or Comments

    Thank you!


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