ERIC Number: ED409043
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997-May
Reference Count: N/A
Central Alabama Community College 1997 Fact Book (Highlighting Data through Fall, 1996). Volume 1, Number 3.
Central Alabama Community Coll., Alexander City. Office of Institutional Research and Planning.
This fact book presents longitudinal data up to fall 1996 on the service area, enrollment, staff, finances, and facilities at Central Alabama Community College (CACC). Part 1 contains general information on the college, including its mission statement, an organizational chart, and comparative data on CACC and other Alabama colleges. Part 2 describes CACC's service area and includes maps of campus locations and data on population trends in the counties surrounding the college. Part 3 presents student-related information, including student body characteristics, high school graduate enrollment, comparisons of student test scores, and campus crime statistics, while part 4 focuses on student enrollment patterns related to headcount and credit hours produced by campus and division. Part 5 presents data on degrees, diplomas, and certificates awarded from 1966 to 1996, while part 6 describes student activities, highlighting activities in CACC's Phi Theta Kappa, Wellness Center, and sports programs. Part 7 discusses college staff, presenting a list of presidents from 1965-96, a profile of administrators and faculty, and lists of full-time employees by category; part 8 reviews revenues, expenditures, and grants; and part 9 focuses on CACC facilities, including lists of buildings by campus and value and information on the college's Pioneer Village. Finally, part 10 summarizes nursing, adult, community, volunteer, and other federal programs and part 11 presents appendixes, including directories of the state Senate and House of Representatives and statewide educational statistics compared to the rest of the nation. (HAA)
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Central Alabama Community Coll., Alexander City. Office of Institutional Research and Planning.