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) ratio, student service contacts, average class size, and percentage of active sections offered per semester.

Note: The chart's horizontal axis label displays only the first year of an academic year, i.e. 2013 = 2013-14 academic - Summer 2013, Fall 2013 and Spring 2014.

Full Time Equivalent Student (FTES) is the equivalent of 30 credit units enrolled or 525 student contact hours in credit or non-credit courses per student per year, and is the state workload measure used to calculate reimbursement to the college for providing instruction.

The Total FTES for SRJC decreased in 2011-12 and 2012-13 to the low of 18,559 but it rose to 19,837 in 2013-14 (an increase of 6.9% from the previous year).

Detailed Interactive Visualizations

FTES, FTEF and FTES/FTEF Ratio
FTES and FTEF
Class Sizes by Cluster, Class Type, and Class Location
Class Sizes by Cluster, Class Type, and Class Location
Gender Disaggregated Duplicated Enrollments by Cluster, Course Type, and Location
Gender Disaggregated Duplicated Enrollments by Cluster, Course Type, and Location
Ethnicity Disaggregated Duplicated Enrollments by Cluster, Course Type, and Location
Ethnicity Disaggregated Duplicated Enrollments by Cluster, Course Type, and Location