2014-15 Fact Book

Office of Institutional Research at the Santa Rosa Junior College presents the new, web-based, interactive Fact Book for the Academic Year  2014-15.



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Key facts about the California Community Colleges and Santa Rosa Junior College.  Sonoma County Junior College District map and description of various campus sites. Vision, mission and values that guide Santa Rosa Junior College.

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Sonoma County demographics and participation of Santa Rosa Junior College in the community. Past and future (predicted) High School graduation numbers in Sonoma County.

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Student Demographics

Disaggregation of various student cohorts by age, gender, ethnic origins, economic disadvantage, etc.

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Employee Demographics

An insight into the employment characteristics of the Santa Rosa Junior College. Employment disaggregation by age, ethnicity, gender and the comparison with the California Community Colleges.

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Historical enrollment number at Santa Rosa Junior College as compared to the California Community Colleges as a whole. Enrollment disaggregation by age, gender, ethnic origins, etc. Enrollment comparison by the High School that students graduated from and the campus location where they take classes.

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Student Outcomes

Historical data on degrees, certifications, transfers. Cohort persistence and Success rates. Student retention rates and successful course completions disagregated by age, gender, ethnic origins, etc..

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Institutional Effectiveness

This section of the Fact Book presents various measures of institutional effectiveness including data on Full-Time Equivalent Student per Full-Time Equivalent Faculty (FTES/FTEF) ratios, average class size, and percentage of active sections offered per semester.

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Financial and Capital Outlay

This section of the Fact Book presents various measures of fiscal stability, including general fund balance, revenues and expenditures, and facilities measures.

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A list of definitions and abbreviations used in this Fact Book.