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State Senate Interim Study 12-9 Senators Ford and Halligan October 4, 2012. Enhancing Community College Success. Degrees Awarded Transfer Rates Employment Outlook for Graduates Business and Industry Joint Training Programs. OKLAHOMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE ENROLLMENT. Enrollment Share.

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State senate interim study 12 9 senators ford and halligan october 4 2012

State Senate Interim Study 12-9Senators Ford and HalliganOctober 4, 2012


Enhancing community college success
Enhancing Community College Success

  • Degrees Awarded

  • Transfer Rates

  • Employment Outlook for Graduates

  • Business and Industry Joint Training Programs


Oklahoma community college enrollment
OKLAHOMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE ENROLLMENT

Enrollment Share

Oklahoma’s community colleges have experienced a dramatic increase in enrollment in the last decade. This increase is driven by not only returning adult students, but also by significant increases in recent high school graduates, international students, and students who already have college degrees.


Enrollment trends
Enrollment Trends

120,000

110,000

100,000

90,000

80,000

70,000

60,000

50,000

Enrollment Growth

34% Growth

7% Growth

FY 2000

FY 2001

FY 2002

FY 2003

FY 2004

FY 2005

FY 2006

FY 2007

FY 2008

FY 2009

FY 2010

11% Growth

34% growth

34% growth


Oklahoma community college student success
OKLAHOMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT SUCCESS

  • Oklahoma’s community colleges have also experienced a 23% increase in the number of degrees and certificates conferred since FY 2000 and award almost one-third of the total college degrees conferred.

12,513

Degrees

9,775 Degrees

8,376 Degrees


Community colleges are the higher education destinations of choice for concurrent enrollment students.

Concurrent Enrollment


Community college graduates prove to be successful as transfer students to four-year institutions and as entrants into the workforce.

GPA PERFORMANCE OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITIES

Community College Transfers

4-Year


Oklahoma’s community colleges serve as higher education access points to many students who then successfully transfer to four-year institutions.

Comparison of GPAs of Two-Year Transfer Students with Four-year Student Starters

Community Colleges

4 year Universities

2.89

2.87

2.82

2.46

2.41

2.41

61-90 credit hours

30-60 credit hours

91+ credit hours


Percentage of Four-Year- Degree Recipients With Community College Backgrounds , Top Ten by State.

Source: Inside Higher Ed, September 20, 2012


Oklahoma’s community colleges provide the education needed for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society.

57%

Source of Education

For New Nurses

43%

Community College

Other Institutions

Source: Oklahoma Nursing Association


Employment and Salary for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society.

Salary after 1 year

Salary after 5 years


EMPLOYMENT OUTLOOK FOR GRADUATES for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society.

Employment Projections by Education


Business and industry partnerships
Business and Industry Partnerships for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society.

  • Chesapeake, Gas Processors Association (GPA) and Gas Processors Suppliers Association (GPSA) and OSUIT

  • Conoco Phillips and Northern Oklahoma College

  • Integris and Oklahoma City Community College


OSUIT Natural Gas Compression Training for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society.


OSUIT Natural Gas Technician for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society.

Associate in Applied Science


Conoco phillips northern oklahoma college process technology program
Conoco Phillips & Northern Oklahoma College for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society. Process Technology Program


Integris oklahoma community college
Integris & Oklahoma Community College for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society.


Automotive technology
Automotive Technology for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society.


Undergraduate research
Undergraduate Research for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society.

  • Redland Community College

  • Viticulture and Enology

  • Animal Reproduction Labs


Computerized for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society.

Grade A Goat Dairy

International Partner

Tumba, Sweden


Viticulture and Enology for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society.


Animal for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society. Reproduction Labs

International Partner

L'Aigle, France


NSF-Funded for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society.

The $3.35 million CCURI initiative will include twenty-six community colleges from across the nation and will extend from spring 2012 through spring 2015.

Redlands

2011-2012


Oklahoma s community c olleges are the most affordable higher education institutions
Oklahoma’s for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society. Community Colleges are the most affordable higher education institutions.

Average Yearly Tuition

Community Colleges

Regional Universities

Comprehensive Universities

$6,781

$4,394

$2,775


Enhancing community college success1
Enhancing Community College Success for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society.

  • Fully fund concurrent enrollment programs. Colleges currently receive 72% of the tuition reimbursement.

  • Increase Section 13 Offset funding by $500,000 per institution to address maintenance issues.

  • Allied Health Programs Initiative.


Priorities going forward
PRIORITIES GOING FORWARD for some of the fastest growing occupations in the nation, many of which are critical to the needs of our society.

  • There are three critical priorities for Oklahoma’s community colleges.

  • Improved student success rates Oklahoma’s community colleges must continue to initiate proven strategies to improve the retention and graduation rates of students.

  • Adequate funding to support enrollment growth and success strategies Oklahoma’s community colleges must seek funding to support the enrollment growth experienced over the past decade and to maintain and grow current success strategies.

  • Limited expansion of applied baccalaureate programs Oklahoma’s community colleges need to be able to respond to current and emerging workforce requirements by adding a limited number of bachelor’s in applied technology degrees—consistent with the respective community college’s mission and in areas that do not duplicate programs at universities.


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