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[Notable Finding: For Fall 2016 courses, the overall success rate reached 68.1%, which is the highest semester-calculated course success rate ever attained at MJC.]
The following reports present data for Fall 2016 enrolled courses. Division-level course reports for Fall 2016 were distributed to Division Deans during the first full week of January.
Note: The following reports are in MS Excel format and may be downloaded and filtered in order to determine success or retention rates for specific courses.
Student Course Success Equity (DI Group) Comparisons
Student Course Retention Equity (DI Group) Comparisons
Note: Enrollment data for Spring 2017 is reported for a baseline period following the 10th-day census enrollment counts. Data for each of the reports for a subsequent below can be gathered again by the Office of Research, on request.
Scott Kerlin, Ph.D.
Director, College Research and Planning
Phone: (209) 575-6727
James Palmer, MBA
College Research Analyst
Phone: (209) 575-6220
Morris Memorial Building