In addition, Cochise College must report if the program meets the annually adjusted Performance Measure Levels (CAR).
When at least 90% of the annually adjusted performance measure levels are not met, an improvement plan must be submitted for the next grant year.
Additionally, we have performance reports for the Tech Prep program.
Cochise College submits data to IPEDS three times each year, in fall, winter, and spring. The data include enrollments, completions, graduation rates, finances, financial aid, and human resources.
These data and those of other higher education institutions are publicly available at the IPEDS Data Center in a series of formats for researchers, educators, parents and students. The Data Center serves as an entry point to the Executive Peer Tool (ExPT) and the Data Analysis System (DAS). In addition, the College Navigator may be used by families for college or university selection.
In addition, IPEDS provides a Data Feedback Report each year to member institutions based on data that we submit in comparison to a group of peer colleges. These reports are provided for the past five years.
Data Feedback Reports
Each year on Nov. 1, community college districts submit a legislatively enacted annual report to the state giving details about their students, instructors, courses and finances.
The report is divided into two sections, first an overview with accomplishments, upcoming issues and Facts-at-a-Glance, and second more detailed about the curriculum process, credit and non-credit courses, enrollments, and both the credit and non-credit catalogs. Reports below contain section 1.
Statutory Requirement: Arizona Revised Statute 15-1427. Annual Report
Each fall, community college districts provide information to the state legislature on courses offered in conjunction with high schools. These courses are known as dual credit or dual enrollment courses for which high school students receive both high school and college credit.
The overview report provides information on headcounts, enrollments, locations, types of courses and student performance in those courses. In odd years, a tracking report gives information about performance of students after high school graduation in college courses.
Statutory Requirement: Arizona Revised Statute 15-1821.01. Dual enrollment information
In compliance with ARS 15-1822, Cochise College submits a report each fall to state officials on the academic performance of first-year students who recently graduated from Arizona high schools. The report includes the number of graduates who subsequently enroll at the college with average GPA and success rate in their first English and math courses.
The summary reports give results based on students from all Arizona high schools who subsequently attended Cochise College. Breakout reports based on the source high schools are also available and will be furnished to those schools upon request.
Statutory Requirement: Arizona Revised Statute 15-1822. Report; academic performance of high school graduates
Each fall by Nov. 15, Cochise College submits a report to the state legislature on students under 18 years of age who had not yet attained a high school diploma or high school certificate of equivalency and who were enrolled in a course or a program for college credit during the time period of September of the previous fiscal year through August of the current fiscal year.
View reports below:
Statutory Requirement: Arizona Revised Statute 15-1805.01. Admissions; enrollments; community colleges
The Common Data Set is a questionnaire developed by the College Board in conjunction with colleges, universities, and publishers to provide key data and information about higher education institutions. The data set is a useful resource for prospective students and their parents, as well as a means for colleges to easily compare themselves with peer institutions. This questionnaire is used by various publishers as a primary data source for training and comparing undergraduate institutions.
The Common Data Set provides information on the following topics:
A. General Information
B. Enrollment and Persistence
C. First-Time, First-Year (Freshman) Admission
D. Transfer Admission
E. Academic Offerings and Policies
F. Student Life
G. Annual Expenses – tuition, fees, room and board
H. Financial Aid
I. Instructional Faculty and Class Size, Student to Faculty ratio
J. Undergraduate Degrees Conferred – by area of study
Cochise College Common Data Set
The environmental scan provides an in-depth analysis of economic and social conditions that directly impact the local community.
Population trends from Cochise County, Santa Cruz County, and Pima County are explored. National issues, laws, employment figures, and other economic statistics are also covered.