CMC Facts is a resource where commonly requested institutional data can be found, including pdf files and interactive dashboards. The dashboards allow users to easily browse available data using dropdown menus to customize their view.
Annual Student Data Report
The Annual Student Data Report Dashboard is an interactive snapshot of one academic year of data broken down into different segments to show the makeup of our student body. It is a breakdown of distinct student headcounts by semester and annually by race, age, gender, residency status, credit type, department and credit load. These headcounts are available college-wide and by location.
Average Class Size
The Average Class Size Dashboard provides average enrollments by subject area by location. Average class size refers to the mean number of student registrants during a given period of instruction by cost center area and site, and is created by combining registrations of multiple sections that are cross listed together into one course that are either held in the same geographic location or time before averaging. Independent study courses are excluded from the average.
Concurrent Enrollment (CEPA)
This dashboard summarizes enrollment and completion data for CMC’s dual enrollment (CEPA) students. It provides enrollment trends college-wide as well as breakdowns by high school. The dashboard includes measures of headcount, FTE, credits completed, degrees/certificates completed and GPA. Data will be refreshed every term.
Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Reports
Student FTE reports which provides a date-to-date comparison college-wide by program, location, term and year-to-date. This report is produced each semester at the term census date and at the end of the term.
Master Outcomes Report 2015-16
This report offers a collective portrait of CMC’s graduate cohort for the 2015-2016 academic year. The report includes data from CMC’s Office of Institutional Research, the Outcomes Survey administered by GradLeaders, the VE-135 Survey conducted by the Colorado Community College System, the National Community College Benchmarking Project (NCCBP) and the Colorado Department of Education. This summary outlines the key findings from that analysis.
View/Download the 2015-16 Master Outcomes Report
Outcomes and Labor Market
The CMC Outcomes and Labor Market Dashboard provides a holistic portrait of CMC student outcomes by pulling in data from the National Student Clearinghouse, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, EMSI, IPEDS and The Outcomes Survey. This inaugural version is based on the 2017-2018 academic year.
Measures include student headcount and FTE, concurrent enrollment, diversity, annual cost per student, and developmental education. Data snapshots are obtained beginning with the current academic year at census. The current year data will be refreshed at the end of the fall and spring terms.
View/download the Operational Definitions
Persistence, Retention & Completion Rates 2013-2018
The persistence, retention and completion data tables refer to the rate at which CMC students work toward graduation compared to national, associate-degree-granting college averages.
Persistence rates represent the rate at which students enroll in the spring term after completing the fall term. Retention rates represent the rate at which students enroll in the fall term and also the following fall term. Completion rates represent the rate at which students complete their degree.
Measures are broken down into full- and part-time student rates as well as the rates at which students complete their degree within three and six years.
View/Download the 2013-2018 NCCBP Persistence, Retention & Completion Rates Report
This information helps generate the data elements of the Program Review Report created each year by certain programs. In addition, this tool will allow for more consistent monitoring of any given program, not just those scheduled for review.
Data will be refreshed at the beginning of every semester.
These data provide a look into the registration activities of various academic terms, providing distinct student headcount and a running sum of enrollments and FTE.
The horizontal axis provides a transaction timeline, with the value “0” as the start of the term; selecting multiple like terms allows for a historical comparison.
Multiple variable selections allow both course section and demographic filtering. The data are refreshed on a scheduled basis.