Reports

Reports, Studies, Surveys and Other Facts
Annual Report  2013    2012     2011    2010     2009     2008     2007     2006
Community College Profile  Oregon Community College Profiles
Economic Impact Study
See Narrative at bottom of page

 2012 Reports:
 Fact Sheet   Executive Summary   Presentation   Taxpayer Perspective 
 Student Perspective  Business Perspective

 2006 Reports:
 Fact Sheet          Executive Summary           Taxpayer Perspective
 Report                Presentation                       Presentation Notes

Enrollment and FTE  2003 - 2012 Overview
Enrollment Projections  Enrollment Projections Oregon
Facts and Figures  See Information Listed Below
IPEDS  http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
Labor Trend Reports  Local    Oregon    Oregon Labor Market Information System (OLMIS)
Surveys  Survey Page
TracDat Software  TracDat website
Facts and Figures
Facts and Figures 2012-13 2011-12 2010-2011 2009-10 2008-09
Student Unduplicated Headcount 9,256 10,140  10,248 9,737 10,628
Average Age - Credit Classes 28  25  25 25 25
Average Class Size - Credit Classes 13 12  12  12  12 
Degrees & Certificates Awarded 477  311  312  292  237 
Student Demographics
  *  Female
  *  Male
  *  Undisclosed

 

48%
41%
11%

 

48%
41%
11%

 

48%
43%
9% 


52%
43%
5%

49.5%
42%
8.5%
Residency Status
  *  In-District
  *  Out-of-District

83%
17%

83%
17%

 

87%
13%


80%
20%

81%
19%
Programs of Study 55  55  49  48  47 

Graduation Rate

Retention Rate

Transfer Rate
Full-Time Students

20%

50%


14%

22%

42%


12% 

27%

57%


14%

14%

38%


31%

19%

55%


38%

Employees
  *  Full-time
  *  Part-time
400
205
195 
404
204
200
405
222
183
386
223
163
379
206
173 
Acres Owned 174  174  174 174 164
Acres Developed 83  83  78  78 78
Number of Buildings 44  44  43  43 43
           

*IPEDS Reporting for Fall of each year beginning in 2008-09
 

Student Diversity 2012-13
All Unduplicated Headcount Percent First Time Full Time Freshman 2012 Percent

Pell Grant Recipient Percent

Female 48% 50% 62%
Male 41% 49% 38%
Nondisclosed Gender 11% 1% < 1%
American Indian or Alaska Native 2% 4% 4.6%
Asian or other Pacific Islander < 1% 1% < 1%
Black or African American < 1% 1% < 1%
Hispanic/Latino 3.3% 7% 7%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander < 1% < 1% < 1%
White 44% 55% 61%
2 or more races 1.3% 4% 3.9%
Unknown 47.8% 27% 21%

Refer to the IPEDS Surveys for breakdown of current year diversity information available
from the College Navigator website - information on how to access the site click here be sure
to scroll down to the IPEDS heading for instructions.

Student Diversity 2011-12
All Unduplicated Headcount Percent First Time Full Time Freshman 2011 Percent

Pell Grant Recipient Percent

Female 48% 48% 61%
Male 41% 51% 39%
Nondisclosed Gender 11% 1% 0%
American Indian or Alaska Native   2% 3% 3.5%
Asian or other Pacific Islander    1% 2.5% 1%
Black or African American  < 1% 1.5% 1%
Hispanic/Latino 3.5% 4% 7%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander < 1% 2% 1%
White  45% 51% 60%
2 or more races 1% 1% 2.5%
Unknown 47% 35% 24%

Refer to the IPEDS Surveys for breakdown of current year diversity information available
from the College Navigator website - information on how to access the site click here be sure
to scroll down to the IPEDS heading for instructions.


Economic Impact Study

In 2012 and in 2006, Southwestern and the 16 other Oregon community colleges participated in a state funded economic impact study conducted by CCbenefits, Inc. In this study, CCbenefits applied a comprehensive economic model – subjected to peer review and field-tested on over 500 different community and technical colleges - to capture and quantify the economic benefits Southwestern brings to the South Coast and the State of Oregon.

The results of this study demonstrate that Southwestern is a sound investment from multiple perspectives. Students benefit from improved lifestyles and increased earnings. Taxpayers benefit from an enlarged economy and lower social costs. And the community as a whole benefits from increased job and investment opportunities, higher business revenues, greater availability of public funds, and an eased tax burden.

Refer to the Economic Impact Study in the first table for specific facts, the executive summary and the report information.



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