Data Nuggets 2015
Approximately one-fifth of students enrolled for credit at the College have already earned a bachelor’s degree.
Ever wonder how many Marin County students enroll directly to COM after graduating from high school?
Reducing the time it takes for students to earn their degree is one of COM's strategic plan goals.
All California Community Colleges are receiving additional funding to improve student success. Also, to assure equitable progress by gender, race/ethnicity, income, disability, foster youth and veteran status. To be considered inequitable progress, a group’s success rate must be 80 percent or less of the highest achieving group’s rate. At COM, African American and Hispanic students are less likely to make progress on several of the 8 metrics.
The California Community College Chancellor’s Office produces the Student Success Scorecard each year to show student progress at each college and for all colleges combined. Each of the metrics tracks students across 6 years, so the most recent results are based on the cohort that entered in 2008-09.
Results of the formal evaluation of the Mini-Medical School (MMS) are in, and they affirm the event’s success.
You can now find student and faculty responses to all Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) questions on the PRIE website. As PRIE continues to explore these data, brief topic-focused reports will be posted there as well, such as the one that shows us how College of Marin differs from other colleges.