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Step 3: College Orientation 
Step 4: Assessment Testing 
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Modesto Junior College

Strategic Direction 1 - Goal 1.2

The College will increase and sustain delivery of courses, programs, degrees, certificates, and services in support of the comprehensive community college mission by scheduling courses and providing services in modalities and day/time sequences that accommodate student needs.

Total Rating 3.5

 

 

Goal 1.2.a - Transfer curriculum, programs, and services preparing students for transfer to colleges and universities

2017 Fall Cycle 100% Completion of Academic Program Reviews

Transfer Rates

Transfer Institution 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15 15-16       
Total CSU  781 743 535 817 800 862
Total UC 70 60 70 73 75 75
In-State Private (ISP) 234 217 225 172 183 151
Out-of-State (OOS) 205 199 235 274 259 326
TOTALS 1290 1219 1065 1336 1317 1414 +7%

Rating 4.5 - Increase

   

 

Goal 1.2.b - Career technical education in support of community workforce development

Change in the completion rate for CTE Programs, as reported by the CCCCO Scorecard.

Year of Completion 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15 15-16 
CTE 56.2 53.6 55.3 56.9 56.9

Rating 3.0 - Steady

   

 

Goal 1.2.c - Basic skills curriculum preparing students for college success

Improved basic skills attainment of under prepared students in GE courses; Percentage of credit students tracked for six years through 2015-16 who first enrolled in a course below transfer level in English, mathematics, and/or ESL during 2010-11 and completed a college-level course in the same discipline.

  Current Previous %Change Difference
MJC Basic Skills Math 44.4% 40.3% 4.1% 2.5%
Statewide Math 34.2% 32.6% 1.6%
MJC Basic Skills English 46.7% 43.6% 3.1% 1.7%
Statewide English 46.9% 45.5% 1.4%
Average Difference 2.1%

Rating 3.0 - Baseline

   

 

Goal 1.2.d - Lifelong learning opportunities to meet the needs of a diverse community

FY 2015 13,656 registrations for Community Education
FY 2016 14,007 registrations for Community Education

2.6% Growth

Rating 3.0 - Increase