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Moving the Needle! CUNY’s Newest Community College: Gifted, Named and Soaring a Year after its Establishment. October 3, 2013. CUNY’s Guttman Community College. About Guttman Community College.

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Moving the Needle!CUNY’s Newest Community College: Gifted, Named and Soaring a Year after its Establishment

October 3, 2013

about guttman community college
About Guttman Community College
  • CUNY’s New Community College officially opened its doors on August 20, 2012, after four years of planning in consultation with experts from around the country and hundreds of faculty and staff across the University.
  • GuttmanCommunity College (GCC) enrolled its inaugural class of 300 students in the fall of 2012. As an open-admissions institution, GCCaccepts applicants who have a high school diploma or a GED.
  • The Board of Trustees of CUNY accepted a gift of $25 million from the Stella and Charles Guttman Foundation on April 29, 2013, accordingly renaming New Community College the Stella and Charles Guttman Community College.
a year after welcoming our first class
A Year After Welcoming Our First Class

Growing Population

  • Applicants
  • Students
  • Faculty and Staff

Reflecting on 2012-2013

  • Student Satisfaction
  • Academic Performance

Revisiting the Fall 2012 Cohort

  • Re-enrollment Profile
  • Student Successes

Meeting the Fall 2013 Cohort

  • Student Demographics
growth
Growth
  • Applicants
  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
from admissions to enrollment
 From Admissions to Enrollment
  • Applications and number attending individual information sessions increased in 2013.
  • Summer Bridge attendance decreased in 2013, but, upon completion of Bridge, a slightly higher percentage of students enrolled than in 2012 (95% vs. 94%).
  • CUNY believes 2013 Summer Bridge attendance dropped because GCC did a better job of explaining the Guttman model in the info sessions and applicants decided at an earlier stage whether or not to pursue enrollment.

Preliminary Data

enrollment from year one to year two
Enrollment From Year One to Year Two

Fall 2012 Enrollment

289 first year students

Fall 2013 Enrollment

494 first and second year students

faculty and staff growth
Faculty and Staff Growth

Data as of August 2013

reflecting on 2012 2013
Reflecting on 2012-2013

Student Satisfaction

Academic Performance

student satisfaction
Student Satisfaction
  • 74% of spring 2013 students completed the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory.
  • 80% of respondents reported that their college experience was either much better than they expected (15%), quite a bit better than they expected (12%), better than they expected (24%), or about what they expected (28%).
  • 69% of respondents were either very satisfied (19%), satisfied (33%), or somewhat satisfied (17%) with their college experience, thus far.
  • 66% of respondents would either definitely (29%), probably (18%), or maybe (18%) enroll at Guttman, if they had to make the choice again.
  • 51% of respondents indicated that Guttman was their first college choice. Respondents identified cost, financial aid, and size of institution, as the three most influential factors in their decision to enroll.
2012 2013 grade distribution across all courses
2012-2013 Grade DistributionAcross All Courses

NOTES:

(1) In the case of course retakes, the most recent grades are included.

(2) Total Percentage reflects each grade entry. The 2280 grade entries reflect a duplicated grade count per student (i.e., each student completed multiple courses). The total withdrawals (5%) reflect W-grade entries and not unduplicated student withdrawals from the college.

fall 2012 to fall 2013 re enrollment profile
Fall 2012 to Fall 2013Re-enrollment Profile
  • As of the September 23, 2013 Census Date
  • 216 students
  • re-enrolled
  • 73 students did not re-enroll
student successes september 2013 award ceremony
Student SuccessesSeptember 2013 Award Ceremony
  • 27 students were named to the Honors List
  • 16 students received Leadership in Student Government Awards
  • 11 students received Leadership in Service Awards
  • 6 students received Exceptional Community Service Awards
fall 2013 cohort by residence n 278
Fall 2013 Cohort by Residence (N=278)

Fall 2012Cohort

26% Bronx

26% Manhattan

23% Queens

22% Brooklyn

1% Staten Island

Preliminary Data

fall 2013 cohort by sex n 278
Fall 2013 Cohort by Sex (N=278)

Fall 2012Cohort

52% Female

48% Male

Preliminary Data

fall 2013 cohort by age n 278
Fall 2013 Cohort by Age (N=278)

Fall 2012 Cohort

67% Under 19

Preliminary Data