Institutional Effectiveness

The Office of the Institutional Effectiveness fosters college-wide continuous quality improvement by supporting research, planning and assessment efforts.

FEATURED REPORTS

These are rotating links to trending or updated reports - all available reports can be found in the navigation menu on the left side of all I.E. pages

STUDENT ENROLLMENT BY YEAR
Annual Headcount & FTE by demographic
and academic characteristics

Graph - Student Enrollment by Year


ENROLLMENT FLASH
Weekly Student Headcount for the
current or upcoming term

Graph - Weekly Enrollment


STUDENT ENROLLMENT BY TERM
Term Headcount & FTE by demographic
and academic characteristics

Graph - Student Enrollment by Term

HISTORICAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT
Student Headcount and FTE since 1986

Graph - Historical Enrollment

AWARDED DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES
Awards by type, program of study, and student demographics

Graph - Annual Awards

SUCCESSFUL COURSE COMPLETIONS
Percent of courses completed successfully

Graph - Course Completions




Many reports include academic characteristics such as campus attending, certificate vs degree seeking, cooperative high school program affiliation, credit vs. non-credit status, dual enrollment with OSU Cascades, full-time vs. part-time status, objective, Pell recipient status, registration status, residency status, select student activities, transfers, and tuition rate status.

Department Overview

We are located in the Boyle Education Center on the second floor and can assist you with the majority of your COCC data questions. If you would like to request information, please contact us by emailing IE@cocc.edu.

For requests from COCC employees, please use the Data Request Form.

Notables


IPEDS Fall 2016 Preliminary Data First Look report on Postsecondary Institutions and Cost of Attendance in 2016-17; Degrees and Other Awards Conferred: 2015-16; and 12-Month Enrollment: 2015-16 (Preliminary Data)


Growing Trend: Two-Year Public Institutions Serving as a Foundation to a Bachelor's Degree - National Student Clearinghouse Snapshot Reports


Decrease in First-Time College Graduates Over Age 25 Outweighs Increase in Younger Graduates - National Student Clearinghouse Research Center findings reflect Post-Recession College Enrollment Decline. February 2017


The Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC) has launched a new expanded website that includes Student Financial Aid resources, data trends for researchers, updates on recent higher education initiatives and more.


The Employment Reporting Information System (PRISM) data tools are now available on the Oregon Employment Department website - median earnings, wage gain, satisfaction and unsubsidized employment after exiting educational programs at select Oregon Colleges.  PRISM FAQ


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