Accountability Measures 2009 (based on 2007-8 data). Report for Central Piedmont Community College. Mandate for Accountability. Senate Bill1366, Section 10.5
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Central Piedmont Community College
75% of Basic Skills students will progress within the level, complete the level or advance to the next level.
An aggregate institutional passing rate of 80% for all first-time test-takers plus no passing rate falling below 70% for any single exam.
83% of the combined community college cohort will be in good academic standing (GPA of 2.0 or greater).
75% passing rate for all developmental courses (grades A-C).
80% of students who took developmental courses will pass the “gatekeeper” English and/or mathematics course for which the developmental course serves as prerequisite (grade of D or better).
90% of the combined respondents (completers and non-completers) will report being satisfied with the quality of the college's programs and services.
65% of students from a given fall term will persist (graduate or be retained).
90% of respondents will rate services provided as “very good” or “excellent.”
8 Accountability Measures
First time CPCC has met all 8 measures!
Of the 58 community colleges:
CPCC was one of 11 colleges recognized for
Exceptional Institutional Performance!