JCC at a Glance 2014-2015
Student Body Characteristics
|Enrollment by Student Type|
|Enrollment by Student Status|
|Enrollment by Gender|
|American Indian/Alaskan Native
Black (Non Hispanic)
Hispanic (Any Race)
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
Two or More Races
White (Non Hispanic)
|Students Under 23||63.3%|
|Students 23 and Older||36.7%|
|Mean Age, All Students||24|
|Mean Age, First Time, Full Time Freshmen||20|
|Total Degree Programs||35|
|Total Certificate Programs||17|
|Enrollment by Location|
|Enrollment by Program Type|
|Top Three Programs for Degree-seeking Students|
|Math & Science||13.2%|
|Degrees Awarded - Graduating Class of 2013-2014|
A. A. S.
|Student Outcomes - Graduating Class of 2013-2014|
|52% of graduates were employed full-time or enrolled at a transfer institution within six months of graduation.|
|Top Transfer Schools - Graduating Class of 2013-2014|
SUNY at Fredonia
Fall to Fall retention rate for first time, full time students for the Fall 2013 cohort was 59%.
|Three-year Graduation, Transfer, & Persistence Rates: First Time, Full Time Students|
A study of the 1058 students who enrolled as first time, full time students at JCC in fall 2011 indicated, 31% had graduated by the start of the fall 2014 semester. An additional 15% transferred to other colleges prior to graduation, and 9% were still enrolled in fall 2014. (Source: State University of New York Office of Institutional Research)
|Three-year Graduation, Transfer, & Persistence Rates: Student Athletes|
A study of first time, full time student athletes who enrolled and received athletic-related financial aid in fall 2011 indicated, 42% had graduated by the start of the fall 2014 semester. An additional 30% transferred to other colleges prior to graduation, and 5% were still enrolled in fall 2014. (Source: Jamestown Community College Office of Institutional Research & National Student Clearinghouse)
A total of 56% of 2012-13 JCC graduates with Associate in Applied Science degrees responding to a survey indicated they were employed full-time. Of those responding, 78% said their current occupation is highly related to their JCC degree area and 98% said JCC prepared them for their positions in the workforce (64% indicated “very well,” 34% noted “adequately”). In the same survey, 95.1% of full-time transfer students responded that JCC prepared them for continuing their education. Of the respondents, 66.0% indicated JCC had prepared them “very well” and 29.1% said “adequately.” Also, 84.5% of the full-time transfer students are studying in a program related to their JCC program.
NOTES: Fall numbers are used to reflect the entire academic year unless otherwise noted. Student data exclude College Connections Students. Degrees awarded data come from official graduation records; all other graduate statistics are based on results of the annual Graduate Follow-up Survey unless otherwise noted.
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