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College of Marin is moving away from placing students in math and English courses based only on a standardized test.
High school student enrollment in College of Marin’s (COM) College Credit Program (CCP) has increased.
COM students are more likely to vote than students at other 2-year colleges in the U.S.
Commencement is just around the corner and degree completion is on our mind.
One of COM’s strategic planning objectives is to increase enrollment to its 2012 level. Working with the Enrollment Services Office, PRIE’s first look at data that might help to see where the College can improve its efforts focused on students living in the Bay Area but outside of Marin.
COM’s Graduation and Completion Rates
College of Marin's College Credit Program (CCP) gives high school students the opportunity to take COM classes for college credit.
Some characteristics of College of Marin’s credit student population have changed.
The College has a set of institutional standards, thresholds below which we will not drop without investigating the reasons and taking action to improve. One of those standards is the fall-to-spring persistence of our new students.
One of COM’s strategic planning objectives is to decrease time-to-degree.
The most recent California Community College Chancellor’s Office Student Success Scorecard includes a new metric, “Skills Builder.”
In the 2014-15 academic year, COM enrolled 13,199 students.