Quantitative Data for Instructional Programs

Core Program and Student Success Indicators: Spring 2011 Cycle

Distance Education Delivery Mode Comparison: Spring 2011 Cycle

Glossary of Terms for Program Review
Who's Included in Program Review?

Core Program and Student Success Indicators: 2007/08-2009/10
Data presented below include CSM as a whole, each division or division-category as a whole, and each department or program. Data sets include 6 divisions (or division categories) and 94 program review programs or departments.

Distance Education Delivery Mode Comparison: Fall 2007, Fall 2008, and Fall 2009
Also provided below are enrollment and student success data for distance education, including CSM as a whole and each department or program identified for program review.

In addition, summary comparative data are available which ranks successful course completion and retention in online courses and telecourses.Course Completion and Retention Ranking, Fall 2007-Fall 2009

File Format
The files posted below are in a pdf format. If you wish a Word version, please contact John Sewart, sewart@smccd.edu, or Milla McConnell-Tuite, mcconnell@smccd.edu.

Core Program and Student Success Indicators
Data sets for each area include:

Comprehensive 3-Year Look Academic Years: 2007-08, 2008-09, and 2009-10
  • includes core program indicators
  • excludes summers
  • includes student success and achievement data for the most recent year, disaggregated by ethnicity, gender, and age
Core Program Indicator Data Solely
  • 3 years of Fall terms only, 2007, 2008, and 2009
  • 3 years of Spring terms only, 2008, 2009, and 2010
  • 3 years of Summer terms only, 2008, 2009, and 2010 (where applicable)
Please note:
In some cases there may be discrepancies between the totals for "Enrollments/Duplicated Headcount" and the "Successful Course Completion Rates." This discrepancy is not an error. The course-completion rates may reflect the fact that some students dropped before receiving a "W," and, therefore, are not included in the final counts of student success.

Distance Education Delivery-Mode Comparison
This is a delivery-mode comparison of student success in distance mode courses (online course or telecourses) with their traditional mode counterparts, if offered. This comparison spans Fall semesters only: Fall 2007, Fall 2008, and Fall 2009. Data sets are organized by program review categories.
For previous years′ data, see Delivery Mode Course Comparison-Distance Education vs. Traditional Mode: Fall 2006-Fall 2008.