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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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accountability measures 2009 based on 2007 8 data

Accountability Measures 2009(based on 2007-8 data)

Report for

Central Piedmont Community College

mandate for accountability
Mandate for Accountability
  • Senate Bill1366, Section 10.5
    • The General Assembly finds that the current annual program review standards are not adequate to ensure that programs are meeting the needs of students, employers, and the general public; therefore, the State Board of Community Colleges shall review the current standard to ensure a higher degree of program accountability and shall establish appropriate levels of performance for each measure based on sound methodological practices.
1 progress of basic skills students
1. Progress of Basic Skills Students

Benchmark:

75% of Basic Skills students will progress within the level, complete the level or advance to the next level.

  • Of the 13,289 CPCC basic skills students, 79% progressed, completed or advanced (an increase from 68% in 2006-07)
  • CPCC met the benchmark (was not met for 2006-07)
1 progress of basic skills students1
1. Progress of Basic Skills Students
  • The aggregate passing rate for students enrolled across the state in basic skills courses was 82% who progressed within the level, completed the level or advanced to the next level.
  • Of the 58 colleges, 56 met the standard.
2 passing rates for state licensure exams
2. Passing Rates for State Licensure Exams

Benchmark:

An aggregate institutional passing rate of 80% for all first-time test-takers plus no passing rate falling below 70% for any single exam.

2 passing rates for state licensure exams2
2. Passing Rates for State Licensure Exams
  • CPCC met the benchmark.
  • Colleges who met the aggregate institutional pass rate of 80% did so with an average of 86% of students across the state succeeding on their first try.
  • Of the 58 colleges, 45 met the standard.
3 performance of college transfer students
3. Performance of College Transfer Students

Benchmark:

83% of the combined community college cohort will be in good academic standing (GPA of 2.0 or greater).

  • 92% of 183 CPCC associate degree transfer students were in good academic standing. (increase from 87% in 2006-07)
  • 87% of 292 with 24+ hours were in good academic standing. (increase from 76% in 2006-07)
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3 performance of college transfer students1
3. Performance of College Transfer Students
  • Of the combined cohort of 475 transfer students, 90% were in good academic standing. (increase from 81% in 2006-07)
  • CPCC met the benchmark (was not met last year)
  • Of community college graduates who transferred to a UNC institution within a year, 91% had a GPA equal to or greater than 2.0.
3 performance of college transfer students2
3. Performance of College Transfer Students
  • Of those earning 24 hours or more and transferring to a UNC institution, 86% had a GPA equal to or greater than 2.0.
  • When system-wide data were combined, an average of 88% of transfer students had a GPA of 2.0 or greater.
  • Of the native rising sophomores and juniors at the UNC schools, 87% were in good academic standing.
  • Of the 58 colleges, 44 met the standard.
4 passing rates of students in developmental courses
4. Passing Rates of Students in Developmental Courses

Benchmark:

75% passing rate for all developmental courses (grades A-C).

  • For the 2007-2008 academic year, 76% of the College’s 8,874 developmental course completers received a grade of A, B or C. (no change from 2006-07)
actual course success
Actual Course Success

(2007-08)

  • English 81% A-C Grades (81%)
  • Math 71% A-C Grades (71%)
  • Reading 80% A-C Grades (80%)
  • Total Aggregate Pass Rate 76% (no change from 2006-07)
4 passing rates of students in developmental courses1
4. Passing Rates of Students in Developmental Courses
  • CPCC met the benchmark.
  • Of students enrolled in developmental courses across the state, 77% had a grade of C or better.
  • Of the 58 colleges, 49 met the standard.
5 developmental student success in subsequent college level courses
5. Developmental Student Success in Subsequent College Level Courses

Benchmark:

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).

  • For the 2007-08 academic year, 91% of 4,626 developmental students passed the “gatekeeper” course.
actual course success1
Actual Course Success

(2007-08)

  • College Level Courses
  • English 91% (89%)
  • Math 91% (85%)
  • Combined 91% (87%)
5 developmental student success in subsequent college level courses1
5. Developmental Student Success in Subsequent College Level Courses
  • CPCC met the benchmark.
  • Of students who completed developmental courses across the system, 89% had a grade of D or better in subsequent college-level courses.
  • Of the 58 colleges, 57 met the standard.
6 student satisfaction of completers non completers
6. Student Satisfaction of Completers & Non-completers

Benchmark:

90% of the combined respondents (completers and non-completers) will report being satisfied with the quality of the college's programs and services.

  • Of the 932 completers and non-completers surveyed, 98% were satisfied with the quality of CPCC programs and services (97% of non-completers and 98% of completers)
6 student satisfaction of completers non completers1
6. Student Satisfaction of Completers & Non-completers
  • CPCC met the benchmark.
  • Of survey respondents system-wide, a combined average of 96% of completers and non-completers reported they were satisfied.
  • Of the 58 colleges, 56 met the standard.
7 curriculum student progress
7. Curriculum Student Progress

Benchmark:

65% of students from a given fall term will persist (graduate or be retained).

  • Of the 14,597 program declared students in Fall 2007, 66% graduated, returned or transferred in Fall 2008.
  • CPCC met the benchmark.
7 curriculum student progress1
7. Curriculum Student Progress
  • Of the Fall 2007 system-wide cohort, 69% had graduated, returned to enroll or transferred by Fall 2008.
  • Of the 58 colleges, 57 met the standard.
8 business and industry satisfaction
8. Business and Industry Satisfaction

Benchmark:

90% of respondents will rate services provided as “very good” or “excellent.”

  • Of the 607 survey respondents from CPCC’s region, 93% were satisfied with services provided (increase from 91% of 357 respondents in 2007-08).
  • CPCC met the benchmark.
8 business and industry satisfaction1
8. Business and Industry Satisfaction
  • Of all surveys completed system-wide, 94% indicated that the customized training they received was excellent or very good.
  • Of the 58 colleges, 53 met the standard.
overall success by cpcc
Overall Success by CPCC

8 Accountability Measures

  • Progress of Basic Skills Students (met)
  • Licensure Pass Rates (met)
  • College Transfer Success (met)
  • Passing Rates in Dev. Courses (met)
  • Success of Dev. Students in College Level Courses (met)
  • Student Satisfaction (met)
  • Student Persistence (met)
  • Business/Industry Satisfaction (met)

First time CPCC has met all 8 measures! 

2007 08 state numbers
2007-08 State Numbers

Of the 58 community colleges:

  • 26 colleges met all 8 benchmarks
  • 22 colleges met 7 of 8 benchmarks
  • 5 colleges met 6 of 8 benchmarks
  • 4 colleges met 5 of 8 benchmarks
  • 1 college met 4 of 8 benchmarks

CPCC was one of 11 colleges recognized for

Exceptional Institutional Performance!