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JCC at a Glance 2017-2018

Student Body Characteristics

Enrollment by Student Type
  # %  
Continuing
First Time
Returning
Transfer
Visiting
   TOTAL
1,270
816
307
209
6
2,608
48.7
31.3
11.8
8.0
0.2
100
                          
Enrollment by Student Status    
  # %  
Full-time
Part-time
   TOTAL
1,905
703
2,608
73.0
27.0
100
                        
Enrollment by Gender                        
  # %  
Female
Male
   TOTAL
1,531
1,077
2,608
58.7
41.3
100
                       
Ethnicity/Race Statistics 
           
American Indian/Alaskan Native
Asian
Black (Non Hispanic)
Hispanic (Any Race)
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
Two or More Races
White (Non Hispanic)
Race/Ethnicity Unknown
   TOTAL
  1.2
1.0
5.3
6.1
0.1
2.6
81.1
2.6
100
                                                                   
Age Statistics
  %  
Students Under 23 62.3%                                                                                
Students 23 and Older 37.7%  
Mean Age, All Students 25  
Mean Age, First Time, Full Time Freshmen 20  

Academics

Program Offerings
Total Degree Programs               37                                                                 
Total Certificate Programs              17
Enrollment by Location
  # %  
Jamestown
Cattaraugus
North County
Online
   TOTAL
1,614
585
223
186
2,608
61.9
22.4
8.6
7.1
100
                              
Enrollment by Program Type
  # %  

A.A.
A.S.
A.A.S.
Certificate
Non-degree Seeking
   TOTAL

142
1,510
751
94
112
2,778
5.4
57.9
28.8
3.6
4.3
100
                                        
Top Three Programs for Degree-Seeking Students
Individual Studies A.A.S./A.S. 30.2%                                                           
Nursing A.A.S. 10.1%
Business Administration A.S. 5.4%
Faculty Statistics
Total Faculty 254                                                                            
Student/Faculty Ratio 16:1
 

 Graduate Statistics

Degrees Awarded - Graduating Class of 2015-2016
  # %  
A.A.
A.S.
A.A.S.
Certificate
   TOTAL
55
362
284
65
766
7.2
47.3
37.1
8.5
100
        
Student Outcomes - Graduating Class of 2015-2016
59% of graduates were employed full-time or pursuing further education within six months of graduation.
Top Transfer Schools - Graduating Class of 2015-2016

SUNY Fredonia
Daemen College
SUNY University at Buffalo
St. Bonaventure University
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
SUNY Brockport

 

Student Retention Rate

Fall to Fall retention rate for first time, full time students for the Fall 2016 cohort was 57%.

Student Success & Completion

Three-year Graduation, Transfer, & Persistence Rates: First Time, Full Time Students

A study of the 966 students who enrolled as first time, full time students at JCC in fall 2014 indicated, 35.4% had graduated by the start of the fall 2017 semester. An additional 14.1% transferred to other colleges prior to graduation, and 5.2% were still enrolled in fall 2017. (Source: State University of New York Jamestown Community College Office of Institutional Research & National Student Clearinghouse)

Three-year Graduation, Transfer, & Persistence Rates: Student Athletes

The number of students in this disaggregated group is too small to be meaningful. (N<5)

Graduate Job Placement

A total of 58.4% of 2015-16 JCC graduates with Associate in Applied Science degrees responding to a survey indicated they were employed full-time. Of those responding, 77.2% said their current occupation is highly related to their JCC degree area and 96.3% said JCC prepared them for their positions in the workforce (59.3% indicated “very well,” 37.0% noted “adequately”). In the same survey, 95.9% of full-time transfer students responded that JCC prepared them for continuing their education. Of the respondents, 63.6% indicated JCC had prepared them “very well” and 32.3% said “adequately.” Also, 66.7% of the full-time transfer students are studying in a program that is highly related to their JCC program.

Additional Areas of Interest:
Athletics
Campus Life
Housing
Tuition & Fees
Financial Aid

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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Facts & Figures are updated annually by the Office of Institutional Research, or as new data become available.

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