ERIC Number: ED463791
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001-Nov
Reference Count: N/A
Santa Barbara City College Institutional Effectiveness Annual Report, 2000-2001.
Santa Barbara City Coll., CA.
This is a report on the institutional effectiveness assessment of Santa Barbara Community College (SBCC) (California) for the 2000-01 fiscal year. The report focuses on five main topics: student access, student success, human resources, fiscal resources, and physical resources. Report highlights include: (1) SBCC has shown an increase in student applications and admissions over the last 5 years--in 2000, there were 9,971 applications received; (2) the overall and full-time student headcount have increased 17% and 6%, respectively--in 2000, headcount totaled 14,230; (3) the number of associate degrees awarded declined 4% from the last fiscal year, but, excluding last year, the total was higher than the three previous years at the community college; (4) awarded certificates increased 37% from last year; (5) the transfer rate at SBCC has remained fairly constant over the last five years; (6) 22% of the students who entered SBCC in 1998-99 transferred to four-year institutions; (7) generally more women and fewer minorities are being employed at the community college; and (8) minorities have a slight increase in staff appointments. The report includes tables with specific statistical information, along with future recommendations for continued improvement in institutional effectiveness. (MKF)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Access to Education, Accreditation (Institutions), Basic Skills, College Faculty, College Role, Community Colleges, Educational Assessment, Educational Facilities, Educational Finance, Educational Objectives, Educational Technology, Enrollment, Minority Groups, Outcomes of Education, Program Implementation, Two Year Colleges
For full text: http://www.sbcc.net/rt/ir/institutionalresearch.htm.
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Santa Barbara City Coll., CA.