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KPI 1: Student Academic Success

 

Measure 1a1: Pass Rates on Professional/Occupational Licensure (Registered Nurse) 3-year target
93% Date
CY2010 Green Light  93%  11SP
CY2011 Yellow Light 86% 12SP
CY2012 Yellow Light 90% 13SP
       
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Measure 1a2: Pass Rates on Professional/Occupational Licensure (Licensed Practical Nurse) 3-year target
95% Date
CY2010
Green Light
 100%  11SP
CY2011
Green Light
96% 12SP
CY2012
Green Light
100% 13SP
       
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Measure 1a3:  Pass Rates on Professional/Occupational Licensure (Therapeutic Massage) 3-year target
90% Date
CY2010
Yellow Light
 89%  11SP
CY2011 Yellow Light
89% 12SP
CY2012
Green Light
100% 13SP
       
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Measure 1b: Graduation Rate 3-year target
30% Date
05FA Cohort
Green Light
 32%  10FA
06FA Cohort Green Light
31% 11FA
07FA Cohort
Green Light
31% 12FA
       
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Measure 1c: First-time, Full-time Cohort Graduated, Transferred or Still Enrolled 3-year target 73% Date
Measure no longer collected due to a change in state reporting  
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Measure 1d: All Full-time Success Rate 3-year target
72% Date
09FA-10SP
Green Light
 74.4%  10FA
10FA-11SP
Green Light
75.1% 11FA
11FA-12SP
Green Light
75.9% 12SU
       
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Measure 1e: All Part-time Success Rate 3-year target
83% Date
09FA-10SP Yellow Light  82.9%  10FA
10FA-11SP Yellow Light 80.7% 11FA
11FA-12SP
Yellow Light
80.6% 12SU
       
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Measure 1f: Persistence Fall to Spring 3-year target
68% Date
09FA-10SP
Green Light
 70.9%  10SU
10FA-11SP Green Light 70.8% 11FA
11FA-12SP
Green Light
72.9% 12SU
       
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Measure 1g: Persistence Fall to Fall 3-year target
48% Date
09FA-10FA
Green Light
 49.0%  11SP
10FA-11FA Yellow Light 47.8% 12SP
11FA-12FA
Green Light
48.8%  
       
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Measure 1a1, 1a2, 1a3:  Pass Rates on Professional/Occupational Licensure Examinations

(Relates to AQIP Category 1, Helping students learn, and Category 2, Accomplishing other distinctive goals)

Description/Definition:  The percentage of first-time test takers passing an exam required for licensure or certification prior to practicing the profession.  A licensure requirement for an occupation is one that is required by state statute for an individual to work in that occupation.
Methodology, Frequency & Data Source:  Licensure pass rates are received from the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation for national, state, and IVCC candidates completing the NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN examinations each calendar year (generally in January or February of the following year).  Pass rates for the national Certification Examination for Therapeutic Massage are received from the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork once each year.

Notes:  RN results are found in the ICCB Performance Report (Cat. 2:  Workforce Development)

Measure 1b:  Graduation Rate

(Relates to AQIP Category 1, Helping students learn, and Category 2, Accomplishing other distinctive goals)

Description/Definition:  Graduation rate is one of the nine components of the Integrated Postsecondary Educational Data System (IPEDS) and one of the required items in the Student Right-to-Know legislation.  Data is collected on the number of students entering the institution as full-time, first-time, degree- or certificate-seeking undergraduate students in a particular year (cohort).  The graduation rate is the percentage of the cohort who completed a degree or certificate within 150% of the normal time to completion.  Institutions are permitted to exclude from the initial cohort students who died or were totally and permanently disabled; those who left school to serve in the armed forces or were called to active duty; those who left to serve with a foreign aid service of the federal government, such as the Peace Corps; and those who left to serve on an official church mission.
Methodology, Frequency and Data Source:  The rate is the number of the cohort who complete a degree or certificate divided by the total number in the cohort minus any of the allowable exclusions above.  The rate is reported annually in Figure 6 of the IPEDS Data Feedback Report.

Measure 1c:  First-time, Full-time Cohort Graduated, Transferred or Still Enrolled

(Relates to AQIP Category 1, Helping students learn)

Description/Definition:  The same first-time, full-time, degree or certificate-seeking cohort in measure 1b is used.  Because community college students take many paths to reach their goals, student success is equated with having graduated, transferred or being still enrolled after 150% of normal time to completion.
Methodology, Frequency and Data Source:  The count of cohort members who have graduated, transferred or are still enrolled, graduation trumps transfer and transfer overrules retention.  For example if a student has both graduated and transferred, they are counted only once in the graduated category.  The data source used is from ICCB Records for the annual Performance Report (Measure 6C3).

Notes:  The ICCB Peer Group III (Enrollment greater than 4,000 headcount – Downstate – Located in or near communities of less than 50,000 populations) includes the following institutions:  Illinois Eastern Community Colleges, Illinois Valley Community College, Kankakee Community College, Lake Land College, Lewis & Clark Community College, John A. Logan College, and McHenry County College.

Measure 1d:  All Full-time Success Rate

(Relates to AQIP Category 1, Helping students learn)

Description/Definition:  This is the percentage of course successes for students who were currently full-time in fall & spring terms.
Methodology, Frequency and Data Source:  All full-time students’ (excluding Sheridan Correctional Center, IBEW, E²C, and PCCS students) grades are reviewed to determine their within-course success rate.  Success equals an A, B, C, or P in a class.  The fraction is:  # of (A,B,C,P) grades for FT divided by # of (A,B,C,D,F,P, W) grades for FT.   This measure is calculated annually. Source:  COLLEAGUE or Higher Ed Analytics

Measure 1e:  All Part-time Success Rate

(Relates to AQIP Category 1, Helping students learn)

Description/Definition:  This is the percentage of course successes for students who were currently part-time in fall & spring terms.
Methodology, Frequency and Data Source:  All part-time students’ (excluding Sheridan Correctional Center, IBEW, E²C, and PCCS students) grades are reviewed to determine their within-course success rate.  Success equals an A, B, C, or P in a class.  The fraction is:  # of (A,B,C,P) grades for PT divided by # of (A,B,C,D,F,P,W) grades for PT.   This measure is calculated annually.  
Source:  COLLEAGUE or Higher Ed Analytics

Measure 1f:  Persistence Fall to Spring

(Relates to AQIP Category 1, Helping students learn)

Description/Definition:  Of the credit students in a fall term, what percentage returned to this college in the following spring term?
Methodology, Frequency and Data Source:
(1) Enter the unduplicated number of total full- and part-time credit students (including those who withdrew from all courses) at the end of the fall term (excluding high school students and Sheridan Correctional Center students).
(2) Enter the total number of credit students from (1) above who graduated or completed certificates before the next spring term.
(3) Enter the total number of credit students from (1) who enrolled in the following spring term.  Do not include students from (2) in this total.
(4) Next-term persistence rate = (3) / [(1)-(2)]
Source:  COLLEAGUE

Note:  matches the methodology for Form 4a for the NCCBP.

Measure 1g:  Persistence Fall to Fall

(Relates to AQIP Category 1, Helping students learn)

Description/Definition:  Of the credit students in a fall term, what percentage returned to this college in the following fall term?
Methodology, Frequency and Data Source:
(1) Enter the unduplicated number of total full- and part-time credit students (including those who withdrew from all courses) at the end of the fall term (excluding high school students and Sheridan Correctional Center students).  
(2) Enter the total number of credit students from (1) above who graduated or completed certificates before the next fall term.
(3) Enter the total number of credit students from (1) who enrolled in the following fall term.  Do not include students from (2) in this total.
(4) Fall-Fall persistence rate = (3) / [(1)-(2)]
This measure is calculated annually.
Source:  COLLEAGUE  

Note:  matches methodology used in Form 4b for NCCBP.