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2020-2021 General Catalog

Report on NCCCS Performance Measures for Student Success


Davidson County Community College

Summary Report on 2019 Performance Measures for Student Success

Measure NCCCS Baseline 

NCCCS Goal

NCCCS 2017-18 College Average

DCCC # Attempts  DCCC # Successful  DCCC % Successful
(2017-18 Reporting Year Data)

1. Basic Skills Student Progress (2017-18)

  • The number of Basic Skills Periods of Participation with a Measurable Skill Gain
24.2% 50.6%  41.8%  1,302  766  58.8% (Met Goal)

2.  Student Success Rate in College-Level English Courses

  • The percentage of first-time Fall 2015 credential-seeking and dual enrollment (Career & College Promise) students passing a credit English course with a “C” or better within their first three academic years
40.1% 66.6% 61.0%  729 490  67.2% (Met Goal)

3.  Student Success Rate in College-Level Math Courses

  • The percentage of first-time Fall 2015 credential-seeking and dual enrollment (Career & College Promise) students passing a credit math course with a “C” or better within their first three academic years
19.5%  46.2% 41.5% 729 387 53.1% (Met Goal)

4. First Year Progression (Fall 2017 Cohort)  

  • The percentage of first-time Fall 2017 credential-seeking and dual enrollment (Career & College Promise) students who graduate prior to or are enrolled in postsecondary education as of Fall 2018.
56.6% 71.9% 68.2% 913 649 71.1% (Above College Average) 

Results by Category:  

  • Graduated
        83 9.1%
  • Enrolled in an NCCCS institution (Did not graduate before transferring)
        473 51.8%
  • Enrolled in a non-NCCCS institution (Did not graduate before transferring.)
        93 10.2%

5. Curriculum Completion (Fall 2014 Cohort)

  • The percentage of first-time Fall 2014 credential-seeking and dual enrollment (Career & College Promise) students who graduate from any NCCCS institution, transfer to any National Student Clearinghouse institution, or are still enrolled at any NCCCS institution with at least 42 non-developmental hours before the end of the 4th Summer term (Summer 2018) at any NCCCS institution.
34.1% 52.7% 49.3% 950 473 49.8% (Above College Average) 

Results by Category:  

  • Graduated - Transferred to a 4-year college/university  
         92 9.7%
  • Graduated - Did not transfer to a 4-year college/univ.
        238 25.1%
  • Transferred to a 4-year college or university. (Did not graduate before transferring.)
        107 11.3%
  • Persisted (Retained, did not graduate, and successfully completed at least 42 non-developmental credit  hours)
        36 3.8%

6. Licensure and Certification Passing Rate (2017-18)

  • The weighted index score of first-time test takers on licensure and certification exams. Weights are based on the tier associated with the related instructional program. Exams included in this measure are state mandated exams which candidates must pass before practicing  
0.79 1.07 0.98 635 474 1.08 (Met Goal)

7. College Transfer Performance (2016-17 CC Students)

  • The percentage of Associate Degree completers and those who have completed 30 or more articulated transfer credit hours at any time during the 2016-17 academic year who transfer to any 4-year college or university in the National Student Clearinghouse and either graduate with a bachelor’s degree or higher prior to the next fall semester or remain enrolled in any 4-year college or university as of the next fall semester (Fall 2018)
74.4% 89.4% 85.2% 261 224 85.8% (Above College Average)

Results by Category:

  • Associate Degree Completers 
      157 137 87.3%
  • Completed 30 or more credit hours 
      104 87 83.7%

Met Goal - College receives full Performance-Based Funding because it met or exceeded the Goal
Above College Average - College receives partial Performance-Based Funding because although it did not meet the Goal, it was Above the Aggregate College Average and the Baseline
Below College Average - College receives reduced partial Performance-Based Funding because although it did not meet the Goal and was Below the Aggregate College Average, it exceeded the Baseline
Below Baseline - College receives no Performance-Based Funding because it was below the Baseline

Summary Report on 2019 Performance Measures for Student Success (PDF opens in new window)