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MSJC Stats Headcount Demographics Diversity Repeaters College Going Rates Assessment Success Rates On-Line LRC Transfers Programs. MSJC – R&P Dept. – XCHASX 6.5.9. Headcounts have increased significantly over the past decade. estimate. MSJC Unduplicated Headcount* in 1,000.

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MSJCStats

Headcount

Demographics

Diversity

Repeaters

College Going Rates

Assessment

Success Rates

On-Line

LRC

Transfers

Programs

MSJC – R&P Dept. – XCHASX 6.5.9

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Headcountshave increased significantly over the past decade

estimate

MSJCUnduplicated Headcount*

in 1,000

By Academic Year

65%vs.18%CAGR5%vs. 2%

* Include credit and non-credit Source: California Community Chancellor’s Office Data Mart –MSJC R&PD – XCJH 6.5.9

chg vs yr ago

% chg vs. 10 yrs ago

Local CCC’s

Headcount AY2007-’08

% chg vs. yr ago

CAGRfor past 10 yrs

Source: California Community College Chancellor’s Office Data Mart R&P Dept. XCJH 8.15.08

headcount msjc vs ccc statewide growth

MSJChas experienced higher highs & lower lows than CCC statewide

Headcount MSJC vs. CCC Statewide % Growth

estimate

*Unduplicated and includes credit and Office Data Mart –MSJC R&PD – XCJH 1.30.9

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MSJCFA’08 enrollment broke the 17,000 headcount mark

Source: California Community Chancellor’s Office Data Mart –MSJC R&PD – XCJH 1.30.9

the of cap is increasing

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The “% of cap”is increasing

Source: MSJC D.S.S. as of Sunday 6.7.9 , * based on 6 & 8 wk classes – MSJC R&P Dept.

sjc mvc continues to set new highs enrollment grew by double digit in sp 09
SJC& MVCcontinues to set new highs…enrollment grew by double digit in SP’09

+17% vs. SP’08

Headcount*

+21% vs. SP’08

*Headcount at 1st Census, headcount maybe multi-campus/ DataTel (MSJC) & Data-Mart (CCCCO) numbers vary. DataTel is a snapshot of enrollment on a given date & does not include non-credit & includes 1st census only. Data Mart is the official CCCCO headcount.

I-15 Corridor includes TEC (Temecula Education Complex) & Lake Elsinore (LEUSD) activity. Chaparral H.S. (TVUSD) activity is currently included in the MVC service area but will be included in the I-15 Corridor service area starting FA09

Source: MSJC DataTel/ MSJC R&P Dept. XCHASX.3.89

i 15 corridor the pass in sp 09 grew by over 45 in both service areas
I-15 Corridor & The Passin SP’09 grew by over 45% in both service areas.

+47% vs. SP’08

Headcount*

+47% vs. SP’08

*Headcount at 1st Census, headcount maybe multi-campus/ DataTel (MSJC) & Data-Mart (CCCCO) numbers vary. DataTel is a snapshot of enrollment on a given date & does not include non-credit & includes 1st census only. Data Mart is the official CCCCO headcount.

I-15 Corridor includes TEC (Temecula Education Complex) & Lake Elsinore (LEUSD) activity. Chaparral H.S. (TVUSD) activity is currently included in the MVC service area but will be included in the I-15 Corridor service area starting FA09

Source: MSJC DataTel/ MSJC R&P Dept. XCHASX.3.8.9

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MSJCdistricttotal FTE-student & headcountgrowth is expected to continue … AY2008-’09 is projected to increase in FTESby 13% &12% in headcount

+12%

+13%

Projections

*Include credit & non-credit, projections for headcount based on actual SU08 /FA08 (CCCCO-Data Mart) & SP09 estimate (XENR –DataTel), projection for FTES based on P2

Source: CCCCO.edu headcount, Fiscal Data Abstract FTES excludes non-resident .

MSJC R&P Dept. XCHASX.4.15.9

estimated of students that live in msjcd attend neighboring ccc

Estimated # of Students that live in MSJCD & Attend Neighboring CCC

… students that live in our district attend other CCC

...approximately 5% (725-850) of ourstudents

live outside the MSJCDistrict.

Source: Data is based on zip code or city location headcounts for FA’07 or FA’06 supplied by the respective CCC. The estimates should be used for directional and comparative purposes only. MSJC R&PD – C. Hawkins 8/10/08

msjc age of students by academic year
MSJC - Age of StudentsBy Academic Year

MSJC… getting younger… 57% of all students are under 25 yrs. of age.

Source: CCCCO Data Mart 6.8.9

msjc age of students relative to statewide ay 2007 08
MSJC - Age of StudentsRelative to StatewideAY 2007-’08

A larger % of MSJCstudents are < 25 relative to the statewide (51%).

Source: CCCCO-Data Mart 6.8.9

gender of students ay 2007 08

Females account for 6 out of 10 MSJCstudents

& 54% of CCCstudents

Gender of StudentsAY 2007-’08

Source: CCCCO-Data Mart 1.30.9

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Approximately ½ of MSJC students are 1st generation college

  • *Estimated using Federal TRIO Program 2008 Annual Low income Levels

Source: DataTel 3/10/08, based on SP07- 13,339 credit headcount

msjc hh income index calif 100

$59,928

(2007)

MSJC HH Income Index (Calif. = 100)

$47,493

(1999)

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 – QuickFacts.Census.Gov

msjc student ethnicity by academic year

MSJCHispanicpopulation increased 6 pts. in the past 5 yrs to 28.9%.

The Asian/Filipino population up approximately 3 pts. to 6.9%

Black population up 2 pts. to 7.2%

MSJC - Student Ethnicity By Academic Year

Source: CCCCO-Data Mart 3/21/08

msjc student ethnicity 2007 08 relative to riverside county ccc statewide ay2006 07

MSJCHispanic population is slightly below CCCstatewide average & underrepresented relative to Riverside Co.

MSJC - Student Ethnicity 2007-08Relative to Riverside County & CCC Statewide – AY2006-’07

Source: CCCCO-Data Mart 8/8/8 MSJC & CCC Statewide AY2006-’07 / *U.S. Census Bureau - Riverside Co. and CA. 2006 est.; MSJC R&P Dept. XCJH 1.30.9

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MSJC Diversity Trend… since 2000 student diversity has increased by 15 pts to 47% as employee diversity increased by 10 pts. to 31%

Students

10,652 out of 22,895

Employees

341 out of 1,097

Source: CCCCO MIS Database –excludes White (57.7%-45.1%) & unknown(10.0%-8.4%) - MSJC R&P Dept. 6.10.9

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Selected CCC - Diversity*

Employee (FA’07)

vs.

Student Body (AY 2007-’08)

*Excludes White & unknown - CCCCMIS Data Element Dictionary Source: CCCCO DataMart - Fall 2007, August 05, 2008 & AY 2007-’08 MSJCD R&P Dept. XCJH9.23.8

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MSJC disabled account for 3.9%of the student body (903 students) slightly higher than the CCC state average .

Source: CCCCO – AY 2007-’08 Data Mart – Student Services Program

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MSJCWs account for 1 out of 6 grades,

W,D & Fs account for 1/3

Source: MSJC DSS

2007 california college going rates by county

2007 California College-Going Rates* by County

Riverside County’s California College-Going Rate 38% is significantly below the California state average of 48%.

* Public High Schools

Source: California Postsecondary Education Commission - MSJC R&PD 12/4/8

2007 california college going rate by unified school district

2007 California College-Going Rateby Unified School District

7 of 8 MSJC feeder H.S. Districts are below state average.

* State % includes public H.S. only; districts includes public & private

Source: California Postsecondary Education Commission - MSJC R&PD 12/4/8

msjc students assessed into dev
MSJC Students % Assessed into DEV

On average, 95% of all 1st time students that were assessed, assess into a DEV courses, ‘below college level’ course (course sections #s < 100)

Total # Assessed into DEV:2,725 1,650 3,276 1,299

Source: MSJC- IT MIS DataTel WO# XBRO.BSI.Report

msjc students assessed below college level

The % of students assessing into Developmental Educational(DEV)

English&mathcourseshave remained relatively constant

… 90% and 95%,respectively

MSJC- Students % Assessed Below College Level

Math 96 or below

English 98 or below

Source: MSJC- IT MIS DataTel WO# XBRO.BSI.Report

msjc students assessed pre collegiate basic skills 1 level below college level

Only 3 out of 10 students assessed in pre-collegiateBasic SkillsEnglish&

1 out of 4 into pre-collegiate math

MSJC - Students % Assessed Pre-collegiate Basic Skills1 level below college level

English 98

Math 96

Source: MSJC- IT MIS DataTel WO# XBRO.BSI.Report

msjc students assessed below pre collegiate level

The majority assess 2 levels below college level

MSJC - Students % Assessed Below Pre-collegiate Level

Math 90 or below

English 62 or below

Source: MSJC- IT MIS DataTel WO# XBRO.BSI.Report

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The DEV course (section <100) success rateis least than 60%

All DEV Courses

Source: MSJC- IT MIS DataTel WO# XBRO.BSI.Report

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The DEV math success rate is slightly above 50%... 60%for English

English

Math

Source: MSJC- IT MIS DataTel WO# XBRO.BSI.Report

f2f success rate is consistently higher than de
F2F success rate is consistently higher than DE

Source: Data Mart, www.CCCCO.edu 5.18.9

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On-Line ... 1 out of 3 students is enrolled in at least 1 Distance Education (DE) class...the % of students enrolled in DE classes increased 10 pts. from SP’07 to SP’09.

% of total enrollment

MSJCDistrict Enrollment Share

FTF Only vs.

1 or More Non-Traditional Class (Distance ED)

Source: DataTel :R&PD – XCJH 1.30.9

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LRC’s update FA’08

…visits district wide up 12%

… & hours visited up 32%

(1) Students on 1st Census day , (2) FA08 duplicated

Source: MSJCD MIS DataTel XKN, R&P Dept. XCJH.6.8.9

over 480 msjc students transferred to csu uc up 22

AY 07-’08

% Chg. vs. Yr.

+ 22%

+ 9%

+ 26%

Over 480 MSJCstudents transferred to CSU & UC, up 22%

Source: Ca. Gov -Postsecondary Education Commission - CPEC Transfer Pathways Charts- CPEC.CA.GOV –MSJC R&P Dept. XCH11.13.08

ay 07 08 over 480 msjc students transferred to csu uc up 22

AY 07-’08

% Chg. vs. Yr.

UC

+ 9%

+ 26%

CSU

AY 07-’08 over 480 MSJCstudents transferred to CSU & UC, up 22%

Total

+ 22%

Source: Ca. Gov -Postsecondary Education Commission - CPEC Transfer Pathways Charts- CPEC.CA.GOV –MSJC R&P Dept. XCH01.07.09

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MSJC Programs

Supplemental Instruction (SI)

Workshops

Tutoring

On-Line Tutoring (Smarthinking)

Early Alert

Math 41/42

1 Minute paper

Cooperative Teaching

STEM Grant

MSJC – R&P Dept. – XCHASX 6.5.9

benefits of si
Benefits of SI …
  • increased course grades
  • decreased % of withdraws
  • increased success rates
si elements
SI Elements:
  • Courses – historically difficultcourses
  • SI Leader – passed course with an ‘A’

– paid for attending all classes with current class

– does not re-lecture

– leads/facilitates discussion

– shares study strategies

– viewed as a peer

  • Sessions – ‘ two’ one hour sessions per wk

– planned around students

  • Session – group participation
  • Participant – attended at least oneSI session

– attendance is voluntary

Source: MSJC MVC Math Coordinator – Janice Levasseur

Compiled: MSJC R&P Dept. – XCHAS Ext7073 - 2.10.9

grade distribution si versus non si group fa 06 sp 07 fa 07 sp 08 fa 08
Grade DistributionSI versus Non-SI group FA’06/SP’07/FA’07/SP’08/FA’08

Successful completions in the SI Groupfar exceed the Non-SI (40%).

Success Rate

Source: MSJC MVC Math Coordinator – Janice Levasseur

Compiled: MSJC R&P Dept. – XCHAS Ext7073 - 2.10.9

grade point average si versus non si group fa 06 sp 07 fa 07 sp 08 fa 08
Grade Point AverageSI versus Non-SI group FA’06/SP’07/FA’07/SP’08/FA’08

SI participants grade avg. of 2.5was 0.6(over 1/2 grade) higher than the Non–SI.

Source: MSJC MVC Math Coordinator – Janice Levasseur

Compiled: MSJC R&P Dept. – XCHAS Ext7073 - 2.10.9