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Student Right-to-Know Act

Student Demographics

For 2015-2016

Total Student Count: 8460

Gender

Gender Student Count
F 5057 59.78%
M 3403 40.22%


Age Category

Age Category Student Count
17 and under 201 2.38%
18-24 years of age 3949 46.68%
25-49 years of age 3604 42.50%
50 and above 699 8.26%
Unknown 6 0.08%
Average Age: 29


Race/Ethnicity

Race/Ethnicity Student Count
American Alaska Native 42 0.5%
Asian 293 3.46%
Black or African-American 2005 23.70%
Hawaiian Pacific Islander 16 0.19%
Hispanic 1473 17.41%
Multi-Racial 314 3.71%
Unknown 253 2.99%
White 4064 48.04%


Full time / Part time / FTE

Full time / Part time / FTE Student Count
Full Time 3959 46.91%
Part Time 4491 53.09%
FTE (FT + PT/3) 5466

Location

Location Student Count
Blended 160
High Schools 780
KCEEC 24
Main Campus 4485
Off Campus 815
Online 3754
Pioneer Career Center 811
Technical Education Center 998
U.S. Disciplinary Barracks 123


Student Achievement Data

Number of Graduates

Degree/Award Graduate Count
AAS 228 22.91%
CCOMP (SAPP) 356 29.32%
AGS 74 5.89%
AS 161 12.81%
AA 51 4.06%
CERT 327 26.01%
Total 1257 100.00%


Graduation rate and transfer-out rate (2011 cohort)

Graduation rate cohort as a percent of total entering students, and retention rates of first-time students (Fall 2014)

Created with Highcharts 4.0.4 Percent Measure 24 21 29 58 44 22 0 35 57 37 Comparison Group Median Your institution Graduation rate, overall (N=28) Transfer-out rate (N=25) Graduation rate cohort as a percent of total entering students (N=28) Full-Time retention rate (N=28) Part-time retention (N=28) 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

NOTE: Graduation rate conort includes all full-time, first-time,degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students. Entering class includes all students coming to tne institution for the first time. Graduation and transfer-out rates are the Student Right-to-Know rates. Only institutions with a mission to prepare students to transfer are required to report transfers out. Retention rates are measured from the fall of first enrollment to the following fall. For more information, see the Methodological Notes. N is the number of institutions in the comparison group.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education. National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS): Winter 2014-215, Graduation Rates component and Spring 2014, Fall Enrollment component.


Graduation rates of full-time, first-time, degree/ certificate-seeking undergraduates within normal time, and 150% and 200% of normal time to completion: 2009 cohort

Created with Highcharts 4.0.4 Graduation Rate Time to program completion 14 23 29 16 20 24 Comparison Group Median (N=26) Your institution Normal time 150% of normal time 200% of normal time 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

NOTE: The 150% graduation rate is the Student Right-Know (SRK) rates; the Normal time and 200% rates are calculated using the same methodology. For more information see the Methodological Notes at the end of the report. N is the number of institutions in the comparison group.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS): Winter 2014-15, 200% Graduation Rates component.


Average score on ACT CAAP exit exam

Exit Exam (CAAP) Results Writing Skills Mathematics Reading Critical Thinking
KCKCC Average National Average KCKCC Average National Average KCKCC Average National Average KCKCC Average National Average
2012 60.7 61.6 55.7 56.2 61.5 60.2 61.5 60.6
2013 59.3 61.5 55.0 56.1 60.2 60.1 61.0 60.6
2014 59.6 61.5 56.0 56.0 58.2 60.2 60.1 60.8
2015 59.1 61.3 55.5 56.0 59.4 60.1 60.1 60.6

The averages are from the scores of the students who graduated in May each year.


Student Info by Program

CIP Code

Program Name

Technical Skill Assessment Pass Rate

Credential, Certificate, Or Diploma

Student Retention Or Transfer Rate

Student Placement

10.0203

Audio Engineering

N/A

60

96

73

10.0303

Digital Imaging Design

N/A

50

82

71

10.0304

Multimedia Video Production

N/A

33

50

0

11.0901

Computer Systems Networking And Telecommunications

N/A

40

67

20

11.1006

Computer Support Specialist

N/A

75

N/A

13

12.0301

Mortuary Science

87

84

80

78

12.0401

Cosmetology

100

48

65

57

12.0505

Culinary Arts

61

73

47

39

15.1201

Computer Electronics/Electronics Engineering

N/A

40

88

0

15.1204

Computer Software Technology/Technician

N/A

100

33

100

15.1302

Drafting (Computer-Aided Design)

N/A

75

67

25

19.0708

Early Childhood Education

N/A

33

67

60

19.0709

Early Childhood Education

N/A

87

75

47

22.0302

Paralegal

N/A

17

67

33

43.0203

Fire Science/Fire-Fighter

100

58

40

16

46.0201

Construction Technology

100

100

0

50

46.0302

Electrical Technology

100

100

N/A

80

46.0401

Building And Property Maintenance

100

100

33

55

47.0104

Computer Repair

N/A

100

44

0

47.0106

Major Appliance Technology

100

63

17

63

47.0201

Heating And Refrigeration

100

91

33

59

47.0603

Auto Collision Repair

96

91

29

65

47.0604

Automotive Technology

70

76

56

37

48.0501

Machine Technology

100

100

67

67

48.0508

Welding Technology

98

97

100

32

51.0801

Medical Assistant

93

85

33

54

51.0806

Physical Therapist Assistant

100

94

98

82

51.0904

Paramedic Mict

89

94

78

75

51.0908

Registered Respiratory Therapist

94

81

82

67

51.1501

Addiction Counselor

N/A

40

60

80

51.3801

Nursing/A.D.N.

89

88

89

48

51.3901

Practical Nursing

92

73

79

66

52.0305

Accounting

N/A

44

79

44

52.0401

Administrative Office Professionals

N/A

100

N/A

100

52.0408

Office Assistant

N/A

100

N/A

25

TECHNICAL SKILL ASSESSMENT PASS RATE (% AY 2015-16)
The percentage of CTE concentrators who passed technical skill assessments that are aligned with industry‐recognized standards out of all CTE concentrators who attempted technical skill assessments during the reporting year. CTE concentrators are students who completed 12 or more credit hours in a Career and Technical program. The Technical Skill Assessment Pass Rate is from Perkins Core Indicator (1P1) Report generated by Kansas Board of Regent based on the Academic Year and Follow-Up data submitted by KCKCC for AY 2015-16.

CREDENTIAL, CERTIFICATE, OR DIPLOMA (% AY 2015-16)
The percentage of CTE concentrators who received an industry‐recognized credential, a certificate, or degree out of all CTE concentrators who left postsecondary education during the reporting year. The Credential, Certificate, or Diploma (%) is from Perkins Core Indicator (2P1) Report generated by Kansas Board of Regent based on the Academic Year and Follow-Up data submitted by KCKCC for AY 2015-16.

STUDENT RETENTION OR TRANSFER RATE (% AY 2015-16)
The percentage of CTE concentrators who remained enrolled in their original postsecondary institution or transferred to another 2‐ or 4‐year postsecondary institution during the reporting year and who were enrolled in postsecondary education in the fall of the previous reporting year. The denominator is the number of CTE concentrators who were enrolled in postsecondary education in the fall of the previous reporting year and who did not earn an industry‐recognized credential, a certificate or a degree in the previous reporting year. Student Retention or Transfer Rate is from Perkins Core Indicator (3P1) Report generated by Kansas Board of Regent based on the Academic Year and Follow-Up data submitted by KCKCC for AY 2015-16.

STUDENT PLACEMENT (% AY 2015-16)
The percentage of CTE concentrators who were placed or retained in employment, or placed in military service or apprenticeship programs in the 2nd quarter following the program year in which they left postsecondary education (i.e., unduplicated placement status for CTE concentrators who graduated by June 20, 2007 would be assessed between October 1, 2007 and December 31, 2007). The denominator is the number of CTE concentrators who left postsecondary education during the reporting year. Student Placement Rate (%) is from Perkins Core Indicator (4P1) Report generated by Kansas Board of Regent based on the Academic Year and Follow-Up data submitted by KCKCC for AY 2015-16.

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