ERIC Number: ED400905
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996-Jun
Reference Count: N/A
Peralta Facts, 1995.
Intended as a reference tool for managers, faculty, staff, other interested educational institutions, and the District community, this document provides historical information on students, programs, and staff in California's Peralta Community College District (PCCD) from the 1970s to 1995. Following an introduction and the PCCD mission statement, a description is provided of demographics of the District's service area and four colleges: the College of Alameda, Laney, Meritt, and Vista. Data are then provided on enrollment patterns and trends both districtwide and for each college, including fall term enrollments; day/evening and full/part-time attendance; student ethnicity, age, and gender; enrollees highest level of education; student status (i.e., continuing, new, transfer, returning, and new or returning transfers); students' educational goals; and enrollment by declared major. Trends in disabled students programs and services, the Extended Opportunities Program and Services, and financial aid enrollment by ethnicity are then provided for fall 1989 to fall 1995, followed by data on student outcomes for the same period, focusing success rates, matriculation, persistence, degrees and certificates, and transfers. Instructional programs are then reviewed, including programs offered for degrees or certificates, full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollment by program code, vocational programs, basic skills enrollment by ethnicity, course completions by vocational or transfer classification, and grade distributions. Finally, fall 1995 data are presented on District faculty, staff, and administrators, including headcount; FTE employees by age, ethnicity, and gender; and FTE by faculty, administrator, and classified status. (HAA)
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Peralta Community Coll. System, Oakland, CA.