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Modesto Junior College
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Institutional Effectiveness

Strategic Direction 1 - Goal 1.1

The College will assure access to quality post-secondary and community educational opportunities

Total Rating 3.5

 

 

 

Goal 1.1.a: Participate in outreach to the community

Access Calculation
2014-2016 Hispanic Gap -1.3% margin of error 1%
2015-2017 Hispanic Gap +0.7 margin of error 1% (No Gap)
Source: Success Indicator-Access

Rating 4.0 - Increase

   
 

Goal 1.1.b: Collaborate with K-12, CSUS and UC Merced to foster, promote, and facilitate educational opportunities

Co-Enrollment Students; those attending High School or 4-year institutions while enrolled at MJC.

  2016-2017 2017-2018 Change
K-12 Enrolled 791 738 -7%
Co-enrolled 4 Year 1472 1548 5%
Total 2263 2286 1%

Rating 3.0 - Steady

   

 

Goal 1.1.c: Provide services in modalities and day/time sequences that accommodate a diversity of needs

Identify program delivery methods and term length; Metric is fill rate above 90% east, west, DE, compared to previous year.

Enrollment Offering by Modality

Percentage of total sections offered, by modality of instruction

Modality 2015MFA 2016MFA 2017MFA
Distance Ed 19% 20% 22%
Lab/Activity 24% 22% 20%
Lecture 58% 58% 58%

Change of +3% over 3 years in Online Modality

 

Enrollment Fill Rates by Location
Percent of Sections above 90% Enrollment
  2015-2016 2016-2017 Change
East 53.0% 53.6% 0.6
West 66.5% 69.4% 2.9
DE 45.3% 51.3% 6.0
      avg +3.2%
Increased # units per student;

5 year average of change from year to year compared to change in last two years.

Term Enrollment Status Avg 5 Change LY Change
FALL First Time             0.07           0.20 0.13
FALL Continuing           (0.13)         (0.10) 0.03
FALL First Time Transfer           (0.20)           0.10   0.30
FALL Returning           (0.03)         (0.10)    (0.07)
FALL K-12           (0.20)           0.10 0.30
FALL Total           (0.13)                0.00  0.13

 Rating 4.0 - Increase

   
 

Goal 1.1.d: Build and sustain educational pathways into, through, and beyond the college in support of the comprehensive community college mission

Non-Credit Program enrollment in Math Emporium, 900 Level courses which began in the summer of 2017

Baseline measurements - Enrollment of 202 students

Course Enrollment Headcount
MMATH-911 195 193
MMATH-912 195 193
MMATH-913 195 193
MMATH-921 101 99
MMATH-922 101 99
MMATH-923 101 99
MMATH-924 101 99
Grand Total 989 202

 

 

Develop guided pathways (block programs/courses/maps) Models for term lengths and different modalities recommended by work group  under development
Develop a noncredit program Noncredit plan - Noncredit completion rates/success in subsequent courses

 under development

Rating 3.0 - Baseline