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HRC 59

HRC 59

(1) A profile of the institution and its students
(a) The purpose and misson of the institution. http://cltcc.edu/missionvisiongoals
(b) The institution’s admissions standards. http://cltcc.edu/new-students
(c) A clear, accurate, and comprehensive description, annually updated, of the student body profile, which shall include but not be limited to the number and percentage of students enrolled by state or nation of residency and the average American College Test score or Scholastic Aptitude Test score. Admission:  Open Admissions:

(d) Information regarding the institution’s tuition, fees, and total cost of attendance.


(e) Information relating to affordability, including but not limited to the average amount of student loans, the percentage of students receiving financial aid, and the average amount of financial aid dollars awarded.

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(f) The institution’s statistics regarding on-campus crime.
2015 Crime Statistics-20171205.pdf

(2) Indicators of student and faculty engagement
(a) The percentage of lower-level classes taught by full-time faculty.

(b) The average teaching load by discipline, including the average number of credit hours taught per student. Student to Faculty Ratio:  24 to 1 (Common Data Set)
85 Full Time faculty, 45 Part Time faculty.
Average Credit Hours per Student:  8
(c) The number and type of general education courses required for each degree program.

(d) Criteria for transferring to the institution. Transfer Students: http://cltcc.edu/transfer-students
(e) The process for evaluating the effectiveness of each program.

Council Annual Report 2017 Generic.pdf

(f) A clear explanation of student outcomes expected for each program and how such outcomes are measured.

Council Annual Report 2017 Generic.pdf

(g) A definition of what constitutes satisfactory academic progress for students.

(h) The percentage of faculty members who possess the highest degree possible in their given fields of study.


(3) Measurements of academic achievement
(a) The freshman to sophomore student retention rates.

(b) The institution’s four-year, five-year, and six-year graduation rates. 4-Year Average Student Right to Know Completion or Graduation Rate:  64%
(c) The percentage of students enrolled in remedial courses.

(d) The average time it takes for a student to earn a degree.
Average Completion Time to First Award: 1.13 years

(e) The average scores on externally validated, nationally benchmarked, outcome assessments in core areas including writing, mathematics, and general education, if applicable.


(f) Measurements of student satisfaction. http://cltcc.edu/siteuploads/editorimg/file/Student_Services_Survey_Summary_20180319.pdf
(g) Measurements of employee satisfaction.  
(h) The average scores on graduate school admission tests and licensure exams. N/A

(i) Admission rates of baccalaureate degree recipients into graduate programs.

(j) Job placement rates by discipline. Council Annual Report 2017 Generic.pdf

(4) Indicators of institutional efficiency and fiscal conditions
(a) The percentage of the institution’s educational and general budget spent on the following: (i) Instruction and academic support. (ii) Research and public service. (iii) Student services. (iv) Administrative support. (v) Operation and maintenance of facilities.

Percent distribution of core revenues, by source: Fiscal year 2015

(b) The ratio of administrative staff to total staff.
.5 Administrative Staff to Total Staff

(c) Measurements of classroom and laboratory space utilization.

Please refer to the Classroom Utilization report on the LA Board of Regents website at https://regents.la.gov/divisions/finance-facilities/facilities/facilities-inventory-and-utilization-system/2016-facilities-buildings-rooms-and-class-utilization-edits-by-institution/
(d) General fund appropriations per in-state full-time equivalent student.

Consistent with other community colleges, this information is not provided on our website. General fund expenditures per in-state full time equivalent (FTE) are not provided on our website. Appropriations per FTE are calculated by the LA Board of Regents for formula funding purposes.

(e) Total expenditures per full-time equivalent student.