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2016 May 9 - 08:46 pm

Pathways Project Participants

Thirty Colleges From Around the Country are Taking Part in the Project

 (See Related Cover Story: Forging a Path)

The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) is leading the Pathways Project, a multi-year effort striving to help community colleges design and implement structured academic and career pathways for all students. Thirty colleges from around the country are taking part in the project, which is being funded with a $5.2 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Here is a glimpse at the colleges taking part in the project:

ALAMO COLLEGES
San Antonio, Texas
Enrollment: .........................61,760
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........11%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................18%

BAKERSFIELD COLLEGE
Bakersfield, Calif
Enrollment: ..........................18,698
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........23%
Transfer-Out Rate: ....................8%

BROWARD COLLEGE
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Enrollment: ..........................44,119
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........34%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................14%

CLEVELAND STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Cleveland, Tenn.
Enrollment: .............................3,522
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........16%
Transfer-Out Rate: ....................8%

Albany

COLUMBUS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Columbus, Ohio
Enrollment: ...........................24,448
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........11%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................21%

COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF PHILADELPHIA
Philadelphia
Enrollment: ..........................19,119
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........10%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................23%

CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Cleveland, Ohio
Enrollment: ..........................27,084
IPEDS Graduation Rate: ...........5%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................20%

EL PASO COMMUNITY COLLEGE
El Paso, Texas
Enrollment: ..........................28,308
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........13%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................16%

FRONT RANGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Westminster, Colo.
Enrollment: ..........................18,761
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........20%
Transfer-Out Rate: 12%

INDIAN RIVER STATE COLLEGE
Fort Pierce, Fla.
Enrollment: ..........................17,665
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........39%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................11%

IRVINE VALLEY COLLEGE
Irvine, Calif.
Enrollment: ..........................13,157
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........39%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................16%

JACKSON COLLEGE
Jackson, Mich.
Enrollment: ............................5,487
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........11%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................31%

LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Lansing, Mich.
Enrollment: ..........................16,031
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........11%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................26%

LINN BENTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Albany, Ore.
Enrollment: ............................5,314
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........18%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................16%

MONROE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Rochester, N.Y.
Enrollment: ..........................15,335
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........24%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................20%

MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE
Walnut, Calif.
Enrollment: ..........................29,045
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........31%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................10%

NORTHEAST WISCONSIN TECHNICAL COLLEGE
Green Bay, Wis.
Enrollment: ..........................10,406
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........42%
Transfer-Out Rate: .....Not reported

PARIS JUNIOR COLLEGE
Paris, Texas
Enrollment: ............................5,086
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........23%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................23%

PIERCE COLLEGE
Lakewood, Wash.
Enrollment: ............................5,927
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........24%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................36%

PRINCE GEORGE’S COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Largo, Md.
Enrollment: ..........................13,678
IPEDS Graduation Rate: ...........6%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................23%

ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE
Clearwater, Fla.
Enrollment: ..........................32,681
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........33%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................13%

SAN JACINTO COLLEGE
Pasadena, Texas
Enrollment: ..........................27,911
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........18%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................22%

SKAGIT VALLEY COLLEGE
Mount Vernon, Wash.
Enrollment: ............................4,993
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........22%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................15%

STANLY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Albemarle, N.C.
Enrollment: ............................2,745
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........18%
Transfer-Out Rate: .......Unavailable

SOUTH SEATTLE COLLEGE
Seattle, Wash.
Enrollment: ............................5,635
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........26%
Transfer-Out Rate: .................. 22%

TALLAHASSEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Tallahassee, Fla.
Enrollment: ..........................13,049
IPEDS Graduation Rate: 32%
Transfer-Out Rate: 23%

TULSA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Tulsa, Okla.
Enrollment: ..........................17,861
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........13%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................17%

WALLACE STATE COLLEGE
Hanceville, Ala.
Enrollment: ............................5,343
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........24%
Transfer-Out Rate: ..................22%

WESTERN WYOMING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Rock Springs, Wyo.
Enrollment: ............................3,472
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........53%
Transfer-Out Rate: ....................7%

ZANE STATE COLLEGE
Zanesville, Ohio
Enrollment: ............................4,009
IPEDS Graduation Rate: .........30%
Transfer-Out Rate: ....................3%

The IPEDS Graduation Rate is the percentage of full-time, first-time students who graduated or transferred out within 150% of “normal time” to completion of their program. Such students typically represent about one-third of students enrolled in community colleges.

The Transfer-Out Rate is the percentage of the full-time, first-time students who transferred to another institution.

SOURCE: NATIONAL CENTER FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS

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