Within this section
- Completion Graduation Transfer Report
- Guidelines for Complaints Involving Sexual Misconduct
- Equity in Athletics Report
- Academic Rights and Responsibilities
Three-Year Completion and Persistence Rates For First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students:
Fall 2003 To Spring 2006
In Fall 2003, the college enrolled 27,461 students. Forty percent of the students were enrolled full-time. Sixty-two percent were female and 34 percent were minorities. Approximately 1 percent received athletic-based financial assistance.
In Fall 2003, 2,448 first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled with the college. By Spring 2005, 42.1 percent of the first-time group had either graduated from STLCC or transferred to a four-year college/university. Thirty-eight percent of the original cohort was still enrolled with the college during the 2005-2006 academic-year. Table 1 presents completion and persistence rates by gender and ethnic classification. Table 2 presents similar rates for students participating in intercollegiate sports.
Table 1: Three-Year Completion Rates for First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Students by Gender and Ethnic Classification
|Student Group||Completion Rate||Persistence Rate|
|Total Minority Male||37.7%||31.6%|
|Total Minority Female||31.4%||39.6%|
Table 2: Three-year Completion Rates by Gender and Ethnic Classification by Sport
|Sport||Student Group||Completion Rate||Persistence Rate|
|All Other Sports* *||White Males||43.0%||57.0%|
* Not more than five students in the original cohort
** According to federal guidelines, all other sports for males include soccer and wrestling. All other sports for females include volleyball, softball and soccer.
Data Prepared By: Institutional Research & Planning office, St. Louis Community College Director John J. Cosgrove