District Administrative Offices
 

Enrollment Management Analysis
 

 

Interactive Matriculation Rates: 

Every year HCC receives thousands of applications for admission, but how many actually enroll? Matriculation rates indicate the percentage of students enrolled in credit courses at HCC out of the students who applied for a given term. This interactive site displays matriculation rates during Fall terms for the past five years. Users can drill down college-wide data by campus, degree, and demographic information to view graphs containing the most relevant comparative data. Please note that student assignment to a campus or degree is dependent on the student’s self-reported application information. Also note that students do not necessarily have to matriculate at their intended campus or degree to be included in the analysis.  

Interactive Retention & Completion Rates: 

Understanding how well HCC is maintaining the student body over time can be critical to college planning. Retention rates indicate the percentage of students who remain at HCC from Fall term to consecutive Spring term, and from Fall term to next Fall term. For example, the Fall to Spring retention rate for 2008 indicates the percentage of students who remained enrolled from Fall 2008 through Spring 2009. The Fall to Fall retention rate for 2008 indicates the percentage of students who remained enrolled from Fall 2008 to Fall 2009. This interactive site displays retention rates for the previous five years. Users can navigate through the site and view data by several combinations of campus, degree, and demographic information. Please note that student assignment to a campus or degree is dependent on the student’s self-reported application information. Also note that students do not necessarily have to maintain enrollment at their initial campus or degree to be included in the analysis.

Along with retention rates, the interactive graphs also include completion rates displayed as red lines that overlie the bar graphs. The rates represent any degree or certificate completed by students in a Fall cohort within three years. Credentials in any program are included, regardless of a student’s intended area. For example, a graph displaying retention rates for AA students who started in Fall 2008 will be overlain by a completion rate which may include AS/AAS degrees or certificates.
 

Interactive Matriculation Rates: 2009-2013

Interactive Retention & Completion Rates: 2008-2012

 
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