ERIC Number: ED381203
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995
Reference Count: N/A
Class of 1994, Annual Report: NH Technical Colleges and Institute and NH Police Standards and Training.
New Hampshire State Dept. of Postsecondary Technical Education, Concord.
This 1994 annual report for the New Hampshire Technical Colleges and Institute System (NHTC&IS) includes information on enrollments, outcomes, job placement, average salaries, transfer institutions, work force training, the Police Academy, finances, future directions, and governance. Introductory material highlights the following accomplishments: (1) in 1994, the NHTC&IS graduated 1,569 students, and served over 30,000 traditional aged students and adult learners; (2) day divisions had 4,996 full-time equivalent (FTE) students, and the evening divisions had 5,573 FTE students; (3) of 1994's graduating class of 846 women and 732 men, 982 (62.6%) were going into full-time employment, 235 (15%) went into part-time employment, and 204 (13%) continued their education; (4) the average graduate salary was $21,772; (5) the system's Technology Deployment Centers provided education and training for 2,827 work force members across the state; (6) the New Hampshire Police and Training Standards Council, which is the state's Policy Academy, graduated 133 police recruits and 102 corrections officers; (7) 52 new certificate and diploma programs and 12 new associate degree programs were established in such areas as Entrepreneurship, Travel and Tourism, Gerontology, Security Management, Landscape Design, Hospitality Management, Geographic Information Systems, and Human Resources Management; (8) all campuses have access to the Internet; and (9) in the past 2 years, satellite locations were established in six sites; (10) NHTC&IS appropriations totaled $43,976,102, of which $924,599 came from capital funds, $16,640,625 came from the general fund, $18,943,104 came from tuition and fees, and $7,467,774 came from other revenue. (MAB)
Descriptors: Accountability, Budgets, College Graduates, College Outcomes Assessment, College Transfer Students, Community Colleges, Educational Benefits, Educational Finance, Employment Patterns, Enrollment, Outcomes of Education, Police Education, Salaries, School Demography, School Effectiveness, Self Evaluation (Groups), Technical Education, Technical Institutes, Two Year College Students, Two Year Colleges, Vocational Education
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: New Hampshire State Dept. of Postsecondary Technical Education, Concord.