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Data Element Dictionary

Contents

Data Element Dictionary. 1

DATA COMPARISONS AND CAVEATS.. 7

STUDENT TYPES.. 7

TIMEFRAMES.. 8

SNAPSHOT AND COHORT VIEWS.. 8

DATA DISAGGREGATION.. 8

COMPARISON GROUPS.. 9

DATA LIMITATIONS.. 9

DEFINITION DESCRIPTIONS.. 11

VALID SECTION GRADE ENROLLMENT AND COMPLETION TABLE.. 11

COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENTS.. 16

LIVING WAGE.. 18

REGIONS.. 20

STUDENT TYPE.. 26

SM 100 Adult Education/English as a Second Language Students. 26

SM 101 Short-Term Career Students. 27

SM 102 Degree/Transfer Students. 28

SM 121 Undecided/Other Students. 29

SM 122 All Students. 30

DISAGGREGATION TYPE.. 31

SM 103 Gender. 31

SM 104 Race/Ethnicity. 31

SM 105 Age Group.. 32

SM 106 Economically Disadvantaged.. 32

SM 107 Non-Economically Disadvantaged.. 33

SM 125 Students Who Ever Received a Pell Grant. 34

SM 126 Students Who Have Never Received a Pell Grant. 34

SM 127 Students Who Ever Received a College Promise Grant/Board of Governor's Waiver. 35

SM 128 Students Who Never Received a College Promise Grant/Board of Governor's Waiver. 36

SUCCESSFUL ENROLLMENT.. 37

SM 300SX Adult Ed/ESL Applicants Who Enrolled in the Same Community College. 37

SM 300SY Short-Term Career Education Applicants Who Enrolled in the Same Community College. 38

SM 300SZ Degree/Transfer Applicants Who Enrolled in the Same Community College. 39

SM 300SU Undecided/Other Applicants Who Enrolled in the Same Community College. 40

SM 300SW All Applicants Who Enrolled in the Same Community College. 41

SM 301SX Adult Ed/ESL Applicants Who Enrolled in a Different Community College. 42

SM 301SY Short-Term Career Education Applicants Who Enrolled in a Different Community College. 43

SM 301SZ Degree/Transfer Applicants Who Enrolled in a Different Community College. 44

SM 301SU Undecided/Other Applicants Who Enrolled in a Different Community College. 45

SM 301SW All Applicants Who Enrolled in a Different Community College. 46

LEARNING PROGRESS.. 48

SM 400SX Adult Ed/ESL Students Who Demonstrated a Skills Gain.. 48

SM 400SU Undecided/Other Students Who Demonstrated a Skills Gain.. 48

SM 400SW All Students Who Demonstrated a Skills Gain.. 49

SM 408SU Course Success Rate for Undecided/Other Students. 51

SM 408SW Course Success Rate for All Students. 51

SM 501SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Completed Both Transfer-Level Math and English Within the District in the First Year. 52

SM 501SU Undecided/Other Students Who Completed Both Transfer-Level Math and English Within the District in the First Year. 53

SM 501SW All Students Who Completed Both Transfer-Level Math and English Within the District in the First Year. 54

MOMENTUM... 56

SM 500SX Adult Ed/ESL Who Completed a Level of Education.. 56

SM 500SU Undecided/Other Students Who Completed a Level of Education.. 57

SM 500SW All Students Who Completed a Level of Education.. 58

SM 403SY Short-Term Career Education Students Who Completed a Noncredit Workforce Milestone. 60

SM 403SU Undecided/Other Students Who Completed a Noncredit Workforce Milestone. 61

SM 403SW All Students Who Completed a Noncredit Workforce Milestone. 62

SM 402SU Undecided/Other Students Who Earned Nine or More Career Education Units Within the District in a Single Year. 65

SM 402SW All Students Who Earned Nine or More Career Education Units Within the District in a Single Year. 66

SM 404SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Successfully Completed Unit Thresholds in Fall Term... 67

SM 404SU Undecided/Other Students Who Successfully Completed Unit Thresholds in Fall Term... 68

SM 404SW All Students Who Successfully Completed Unit Thresholds in Fall Term... 69

SM 405SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Successfully Completed Unit Thresholds in First Year. 70

SM 405SU Undecided/Other Students Who Successfully Completed Unit Thresholds in First Year. 71

SM 405SW All Students Who Successfully Completed Unit Thresholds in First Year. 72

SM 406SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Were Retained from Fall to Spring at the Same College. 73

SM 406SU Undecided/Other Students Who Were Retained from Fall to Spring at the Same College. 74

SM 406SW All Students Who Were Retained from Fall to Spring at the Same College style='font-family:"Source Sans Pro",sans-serif;color:windowtext;display:none; text-decoration:none'>75

SUCCESS.. 77

SM 602SX Adult Ed/ESL Students Who Transferred to Credit Coursework. 77

SM 602SU Undecided/Other Students Who Transferred to Credit Coursework. 78

SM 602SW All Students Who Transferred to Credit Coursework. 79

SM 604SX Adult Ed/ESL Students Who Earned Noncredit Certificate. 80

SM 604SY Short-Term Career Education Students Who Earned Noncredit Certificate. 81

SM 604SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Earned Noncredit Certificate. 82

SM 604SU Undecided/Other Students Who Earned Noncredit Certificate. 83

SM 604SW All Students Who Earned Noncredit Certificate. 83

SM 603SX Adult Ed/ESL Students Who Earned a Chancellor's Office Approved Credit Certificate. 84

SM 603SY Short-Term Career Education Students Who Earned a Chancellor's Office Approved Credit Certificate. 85

SM 603SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Earned a Chancellor's Office Approved Credit Certificate. 86

SM 603SU Undecided/Other Students Who Earned a Chancellor's Office Approved Credit Certificate. 86

SM 603SW All Students Who Earned a Chancellor's Office Approved Credit Certificate. 87

SM 607SX Adult Ed/ESL Students Who Earned an Associate Degree. 88

SM 607SY Short-Term Career Education Students Who Earned an Associate Degree. 89

SM 607SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Earned an Associate Degree. 90

SM 607SU Undecided/Other Students Who Earned an Associate Degree. 90

SM 607SW All Students Who Earned an Associate Degree. 91

SM 608SX Adult Ed/ESL Students Who Earned an Associate Degree for Transfer. 92

SM 608SY Short-Term Career Education Students Who Earned an Associate Degree for Transfer. 94

SM 608SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Earned an Associate Degree for Transfer. 94

SM 608SU Undecided/Other Students Who Earned an Associate Degree for Transfer. 95

SM 608SW All Students Who Earned an Associate Degree for Transfer. 96

SM 609SX Adult Ed/ESL Students Who Earned a Community College Bachelor's Degree. 97

SM 609SY Short-Term Career Education Students Who Earned a Community College Bachelor's Degree. 97

SM 609SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Earned a Community College Bachelor's Degree. 98

SM 609SU Undecided/Other Students Who Earned a Community College Bachelor's Degree. 99

SM 609SW All Students Who Earned a Community College Bachelor's Degree. 99

SM 610SX Adult Ed/ESL Students Who Attained Apprenticeship Journey Status. 100

SM 610SY Short-Term Career Education Students Who Attained Apprenticeship Journey Status. 101

SM 610SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Attained Apprenticeship Journey Status. 101

SM 610SU Undecided/Other Students Who Attained Apprenticeship Journey Status. 102

SM 610SW All Students Who Attained Apprenticeship Journey Status. 103

SM 613SZ Average Number of Units Accumulated by Associate Degree Earners. 104

SM 613SU Average Number of Units Accumulated by Undecided/Other Associate Degree Earners. 105

SM 613SW Average Number of Units Accumulated by All Associate Degree Earners. 106

SM 614SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Transferred to a CSU or UC Institution.. 107

SM 614SU Undecided/Other Students Who Transferred to a CSU or UC Institution.. 108

SM 614SW All Students Who Transferred to a CSU or UC Institution.. 109

SM 615SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Transferred to a Private College In-State. 110

SM 615SU Undecided/Other Students Who Transferred to a Private College In-State. 111

SM 615SW All Students Who Transferred to a Private College In-State. 112

SM 616SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Transferred to any Out of State Institution.. 113

SM 616SU Undecided/Other Students Who Transferred to any Out of State Institution.. 114

SM 616SW All Students Who Transferred to any Out of State Institution.. 115

EMPLOYMENT.. 117

SM 700SX Adult Ed/ESL Unemployed Students Who Became Employed.. 117

SM 700SU Undecided/Other Unemployed Students Who Became Employed.. 118

SM 700SW All Unemployed Students Who Became Employed.. 119

SM 701SY Short-Term Career Education Students with a Job Closely Related to Their Field of Study. 120

SM 701SZ Degree/Transfer Students with a Job Closely Related to Their Field of Study. 121

SM 701SU Undecided/Other Students with a Job Closely Related to Their Field of Study. 122

SM 701SW All Students with a Job Closely Related to Their Field of Study. 123

EARNINGS.. 125

SM 800SX Median Annual Earnings of Adult Ed/ESL Students. 125

SM 800SY Median Annual Earnings of Short-Term Career Education Students. 126

SM 800SZ Median Annual Earnings of Degree/Transfer Students. 127

SM 800SU Median Annual Earnings of Undecided/Other Students. 128

SM 800SW Median Annual Earnings of All Students. 129

SM 801SX Median Change in Adult Ed/ESL Earnings. 131

SM 801SY Median Change in Short-Term Career Education Earnings. 132

SM 801SU Median Change in Undecided/Other Student Earnings. 133

SM 801SW Median Change in All Student Earnings. 135

SM 802SY Short-Term Career Education Students Who Attained the Living Wage. 136

SM 802SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Attained the Living Wage. 137

SM 802SU Undecided/Other Students Who Attained the Living Wage. 139

SM 802SW All Students Who Attained the Living Wage. 140

 


 

DATA COMPARISONS AND CAVEATS

 

STUDENT TYPES

Students are assigned to student types in the following manner:

        Based on the educational goals that students select, either as their informed goal once enrolled in community college, or from CCC Apply if no informed goal is available

        If no informed goal or CCC Apply information is available, based on behavior that indicates adult education course-taking (for both Adult Education/English as a Second Language and Short-Term Career Education)

        If no goal information is available, and the student does not display Adult Education/English as a Second Language or Short-Term Career Education course-taking behavior, they will be assigned to the Undecided/Other group

This hierarchy is used because goal data on adult education students is partial and behavior analyses can be used to assign adult education students to the appropriate goal. Also, many adult education programs intentionally combine English/math and occupational skills.

Adult Education/English as a Second Language

  • Took 12+ contact hours in a noncredit adult basic education, adult secondary education, or ESL courses
  • Goal to improve basic skills in English, reading, or math
  • Goal to complete credits for a high school diploma or GED
  • Goal to move from noncredit coursework to credit coursework

Short-Term Career Education

  • Took 12+ contact hours in a noncredit career and technical education or workforce preparation course
  • Goal to earn a career technical certificate without transfer
  • Goal to discover/formulate career interests, plans, goals
  • Goal to prepare for a new career (acquire job skills)
  • Goal to advance in current job/career (update job skills)
  • Goal to maintain certificate or license (e.g. Nursing, Real Estate)

Degree/Transfer

  • Goal to obtain an associate degree and transfer to a baccalaureate granting institution
  • Goal to transfer to a baccalaureate granting institution without an associate degree
  • Goal to obtain a two-year associate degree without transfer

Undecided/Other

  • Goal of undecided
  • Goal of life-long learning
  • Four-year students earning credits with goal of meeting four-year requirements

 

TIMEFRAMES

Information is provided for the following years (unless noted otherwise):

  • 2016-2017
  • 2015-2016
  • 2014-2015

 

Academic years include the leading summer plus fall, winter, and spring terms.

SNAPSHOT AND COHORT VIEWS

Snapshot views display information based on students who met the criteria for each metric within the selected year. Therefore, the specific students may not be the same from one metric to the next within each student journey. For example, the students who completed transfer-level English and math in their first year are likely not to be the same students who earned an associate degree in that same year.

 

In Release 4 of the Student Success Metrics dashboard (scheduled for May 2019), a cohort view will be released that displays information based on students who enrolled in college for the first time ever in the fall of the selected year. The goal identified by the student in their first year of college will be used to assign students to the appropriate student type in the cohort view.

DATA DISAGGREGATION

In Release 2 (scheduled for December 2018), disaggregated data will be provided by the following demographic variables:

  • Gender:

Value options: Female, Male, Transgender, Other

 

  • Race/Ethnicity:

Value options: American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian, Black or African American, Filipino, Hispanic, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, Two or More Races, White, Unknown/Unreported

 

  • Age Group:

Value options: Less than 20, 20-24, 25-39, 40-54, 55 and Older

 

  • Financial Support:

Value options: Pell Grant Recipient, Promise Grant (BOG Waiver) Recipient, Meets Perkins Economically Disadvantaged Definition, Did Not Receive Financial Support

 

In Release 3 (February 2019), disaggregated data will be provided by the following demographic variables:

 

  • First-Generation:

Value options: First Generation, Not First Generation

 

 

  • Foster Youth:

Value options: Foster Youth, Not Foster Youth

 

  • Disabled:

Value options: Disabled, Not Disabled

 

  • Veterans:

Value options: Veteran, Not Veteran

COMPARISON GROUPS

In Release 1 (November 2018), comparison data will be provided for:

 

  • State Median: is based on the 114 colleges plus the three noncredit institutions. Counts, dollar values, and percentages are medians across all students in the state.

 

In Release 4 (May 2019), comparison data will be provided for the following:

 

  • District Total: is based on all of the colleges and noncredit institutions that are tracked separately in the Chancellor's Office Management Information System (San Diego Continuing Education, North Orange Continuing Education, and City College of San Francisco's noncredit programs) within a specific community college district. Counts are sums across colleges, dollar values and rates are medians across students in the district.

  • Micro-region Median: is based on all of the colleges and noncredit institutions within a specific Doing What Matters microregion. Counts, dollar values, and rates are medians across all students in the microregion.

 

  • Macro-region Median: is based on all of the colleges and noncredit institutions within a specific Doing What Matters macroregion. Counts, dollar values, and rates are medians across all students in the microregion.

DATA LIMITATIONS

Missing and Suppressed Information

  • If fewer than ten students were in the cohort for a metric, or if fewer than ten students attained the metric, data will be suppressed in the dashboard.
  • In data disaggregations where only one category is suppressed, the next largest category will also be suppressed.
  • Treatment of missing data is described in the notes section for each metric in the Data Element Dictionary.

 

Deduplication

In cases where students are enrolled at more than one college, and have provided conflicting information regarding goals or characteristics, assignment will be handled as described below. In cases where students are pursuing both adult education/ESL and short-term career education goals at the same institution, assignment also will be handled as described below. As a result, regional and statewide totals may not match the sum of college-level totals.

 

  • Goal: Use latest provided goal, or if there is more than one goal in the same term, assign to the highest level of educational attainment (Degree/Transfer, then Short-Term Career Education, then Adult Education/ESL)
  • Gender: Use latest provided category, or if a student has more than one gender, assign the student to the "other" category
  • Race/Ethnicity: Use latest provided category, or if there is more than one selection in the same term, assign the student to the "two or more races" category
  • Age: Student will be assigned to the oldest category
  • Financial Support: if a student received financial support at any college, they will be assigned to the relevant financial support category at all institutions
  • First Generation: if a student is listed as first generation at any college, they will be considered first generation at all colleges
  • Foster Youth: if a student is listed as foster youth at any college, they will be considered foster youth at all colleges
  • Disabled: if a student is listed as a DSPS student at any college, they will be considered disabled at all colleges
  • Veterans: if a student is listed as a veteran at any college, they will be considered a veteran at all colleges

Data Sources

  • Community college metrics are based on records submitted by community colleges to the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office Management Information System (MIS), from student self-reported information in CCC Apply (the student application form), and the Chancellor's Office Transfer Bucket, which combines information from the National Student Clearinghouse (which tracks enrollments at colleges across the country) with direct matches with CSU and UC.
  • Most employment and earnings metrics are based on records in California's Employment Development Department's Unemployment Insurance data. Unemployment Insurance data only contain wages for those employed in an occupation or industry covered by Unemployment Insurance in California. This excludes individuals employed by the military or federal government, and those who are self-employed, employed out of state, unemployed, or not in the workforce after completion of an award. The Unemployment Insurance data do not indicate how many hours an individual worked, or part time/full time status or employment in field of study.
  • Employment in field of study is based on student responses to the CTE Outcomes Survey. Given that participation in the survey is voluntary and that average response rates are 30-35%, this metric may be incomplete and not fully representative for all former students. Furthermore, the survey is only sent to the following types of students: 1) received an approved Chancellor's Office certificate or degree with a vocational flagged Taxonomy of Programs (TOP) code and were enrolled in 0 - 5 units each semester in the subsequent year (not enrolled or minimally enrolled); 2) received a non-approved Chancellor's Office certificate of at least six units with a vocational flagged TOP code and were not enrolled in the subsequent year; or 3) completed at least nine units (within the prior three years) that were SAM coded A-D (with at least one course SAM coded A-C) in any TOP code and were not enrolled in the subsequent year and did not transfer or receive a certificate or vocational degree. The CTE Outcomes Survey responses from noncredit programs are not included, as this version of the survey is still being normalized across institutions.

DEFINITION DESCRIPTIONS

  • Description: Description of the metric
  • Student Type: Description of which student type--adult education/ESL, short-term career education, degree/transfer--the metric applies to
  • Display: Whether the metric applies to the snapshot or cohort view
  • Data Source: The entity providing data used in the calculation
  • Data Element: The specific data elements used from each data source
  • Calculation: The specific calculations used to derive the data value
  • Timeframe: The specific timeframe used to determine the data for the metric
  • Locale: The geographic parameters for which student data is captured for each metric
  • Value Type: The type of data value populated for the metric (e.g., number, percentage)
  • Notes: General information or caveats about the data for the metric

VALID SECTION GRADE ENROLLMENT AND COMPLETION TABLE

To help inform valid grades for inclusion of students in each journey type, the dashboard references a table historically used by the RP Group. Grade_IDs are flagged with a "1" in the appropriate column when they are included in the calculation and the denominator. In addition to the item showing a"1" in the enrollment column below, grades for satisfactory progress (SP) and ungraded courses (UG) are also included in the enrollment calculation.

 

grade_id

grade_points

enroll_ind

completion_ind

completion_denominator_ind

success_ind

success_denominator_ind

gpa_ind

grade_rank

grade_abbr

grade_desc

+'

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

154

Other

Other/Unknown grade

-

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

153

Other

Other/Unknown grade

*

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

156

Other

Other/Unknown grade

*+

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

157

Other

Other/Unknown grade

*-

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

155

Other

Other/Unknown grade

+'

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

158

Other

Other/Unknown grade

-

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

152

Other

Other/Unknown grade

--

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

151

Other

Other/Unknown grade

A

4

1

1

1

1

1

1

11

A

Highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate mastery of a subject

A*

4

1

1

1

1

1

1

12

A

Highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate mastery of a subject

A+

4

1

1

1

1

1

1

10

A

Highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate mastery of a subject

A-

3.7

1

1

1

1

1

1

15

A

Highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate mastery of a subject

A?

4

1

1

1

1

1

1

14

A

Highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate mastery of a subject

A1

4

1

1

1

1

1

1

13

A

Highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate mastery of a subject

AI

0

1

1

1

1

1

0

98

I

Incomplete

AU

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

159

Other

Other/Unknown grade

B

3

1

1

1

1

1

1

21

B

Second highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate a good understanding of a subject

B*

3

1

1

1

1

1

1

22

B

Second highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate a good understanding of a subject

B+

3.3

1

1

1

1

1

1

20

B

Second highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate a good understanding of a subject

B-

2.7

1

1

1

1

1

1

26

B

Second highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate a good understanding of a subject

B=

3

1

1

1

1

1

1

24

B

Second highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate a good understanding of a subject

B?

3

1

1

1

1

1

1

25

B

Second highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate a good understanding of a subject

B_

3

1

1

1

1

1

1

23

B

Second highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate a good understanding of a subject

BI

0

1

1

1

1

1

0

84

I

Incomplete

C

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

31

C

Third highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate an adequate understanding of a subject

C R

0

1

1

1

1

1

0

61

CR

Credit/Pass

C*

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

35

CR

Third highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate an adequate understanding of a subject

C+

2.3

1

1

1

1

1

1

30

C

Third highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate an adequate understanding of a subject

C-

1.7

1

1

1

1

1

1

36

C

Third highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate an adequate understanding of a subject

C=

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

33

C

Third highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate an adequate understanding of a subject

C?

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

34

C

Third highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate an adequate understanding of a subject

C_

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

32

C

Third highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate an adequate understanding of a subject

CBE

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

160

Other

Other/Unknown grade

CI

0

1

1

1

1

1

0

87

I

Incomplete

CR

0

1

1

1

1

1

0

60

CR

Credit/Pass

CT

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

161

Other

Other/Unknown grade

D

1

1

1

1

0

1

1

41

D

Fourth highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate an inadequate understanding of a subject

D*

1

1

1

1

0

1

1

43

D

Fourth highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate an inadequate understanding of a subject

D+

1.3

1

1

1

0

1

1

40

D

Fourth highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate an inadequate understanding of a subject

D-

0.7

1

1

1

0

1

1

42

D

Fourth highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate an inadequate understanding of a subject

D_

1

1

1

1

0

1

1

44

D

Fourth highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate an inadequate understanding of a subject

DI

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

90

I

Incomplete

DR

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

140

Drop

Dropped section before census date

E

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

163

Other

Other/Unknown grade

E+

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

164

Other

Other/Unknown grade

E-

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

162

Other

Other/Unknown grade

F

0

1

1

1

0

1

1

53

F

Lowest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate a substandard understanding of a subject

F*

0

1

1

1

0

1

1

52

F

Lowest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate a substandard understanding of a subject

F+

0

1

1

1

0

1

1

50

F

Lowest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate a substandard understanding of a subject

F-

0

1

1

1

0

1

1

51

F

Lowest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate a substandard understanding of a subject

F`

0

1

1

1

0

1

1

54

F

Lowest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate a substandard understanding of a subject

FI

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

95

I

Incomplete

FW

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

118

W

Withdrawal

G

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

166

Other

Other/Unknown grade

G+

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

167

Other

Other/Unknown grade

G-

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

165

Other

Other/Unknown grade

GD

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

168

Other

Other/Unknown grade

I

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

81

I

Incomplete

I*

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

97

I

Incomplete

I+

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

80

I

Incomplete

I-

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

82

I

Incomplete

IA

0

1

1

1

1

1

0

83

I

Incomplete

IB

0

1

1

1

1

1

0

85

I

Incomplete

IC

0

1

1

1

1

1

0

86

I

Incomplete

ICR

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

88

I

Incomplete

ID

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

92

I

Incomplete

IE

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

93

I

Incomplete

IF

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

94

I

Incomplete

INC

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

89

I

Incomplete

INP

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

99

I

Incomplete

IP

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

91

I

Incomplete

IPP

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

100

I

Incomplete

IX

0

1

1

1

0

0

0

96

I

Incomplete

M

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

169

Other

Other/Unknown grade

MW

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

130

Other

Military withdraw

N

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

73

NC

No credit

N C

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

71

NC

No credit

N+

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

72

NC

No credit

N-

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

74

NC

No credit

NA

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

75

NC

No credit

NC

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

70

NC

No credit

NG

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

150

Other

Other/Unknown grade

NI

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

78

NC

No credit

NM

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

77

NC

No credit

NP

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

76

NC

No pass

NR

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

170

Other

Other/Unknown grade

NULL

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

185

Other

Other/Unknown grade

O

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

172

Other

Other/Unknown grade

O+

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

173

Other

Other/Unknown grade

O-

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

171

Other

Other/Unknown grade

Other

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

174

Other

Other/Unknown grade

P

0

1

1

1

1

1

0

63

CR

Third highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate an adequate understanding of a subject

P+

0

1

1

1

1

1

0

62

CR

Third highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate an adequate understanding of a subject

P-

0

1

1

1

1

1

0

64

CR

Third highest level of academic achievement where students demonstrate an adequate understanding of a subject

RD

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

175

Other

Report delayed

RP

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

176

Other

Other/Unknown grade

S

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

178

Other

Other/Unknown grade

S+

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

179

Other

Other/Unknown grade

S-

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

177

Other

Other/Unknown grade

SP

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

180

Other

Other/Unknown grade

T

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

181

Other

Other/Unknown grade

U

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

190

Other

Ungraded class likely a non-credit course

UD

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

191

Other

Ungraded class likely a non-credit course

UG

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

192

Other

Ungraded class likely a non-credit course

UR

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

193

Other

Ungraded class likely a non-credit course

W

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

110

W

Withdrawal

WA

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

111

W

Withdrawal

WB

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

112

W

Withdrawal

WC

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

113

W

Withdrawal

WD

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

115

W

Withdrawal

WE

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

116

W

Withdrawal

WF

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

117

W

Withdrawal

WP

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

114

W

Withdrawal

WU

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

119

W

Withdrawal

WV

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

120

W

Withdrawal

X

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

182

Other

Other/Unknown grade

XX

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

183

Other

Other/Unknown grade

Z

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

184

Other

Other/Unknown grade

COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENTS

All earnings data have been adjusted for inflation, using the California Consumer Price Index (CPI). CPI measures price changes in goods and services purchased by urban consumers. The all urban consumer (CPI-U) represents the spending patterns of the majority of the population which includes professionals, the self-employed, the poor, the unemployed, and retired people, as well as urban wage earners and clerical workers (CPI-W). The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) compiles and publishes the CPI for the Los Angeles area monthly, the Riverside area bimonthly, San Diego county bimonthly, the San Francisco area bimonthly, and the nation each month. A California CPI is calculated by the California Department of Finance as a population-weighted average of the BLS-published local area CPIs. The California CPI formula was developed by the California Department of Industrial Relations.

 

*Base year is chained; 1982-1984 = 100. This table of CPI data is based upon a 1982 base of 100. A CPI of 195.3, as an example from 2005, indicates 95.3% inflation since 1982.

CONSUMER PRICE INDICES FOR ALL URBAN CONSUMERS (CPI-U)

CALIFORNIA AND UNITED STATES

FISCAL YEAR AVERAGES a/

(1982-84=100)

Fiscal

%

United

%

Year

CA

Change

States

Change

1955-56

25.9

--

26.9

--

1956-57

26.7

3.1

27.6

2.6

1957-58

27.6

3.4

28.6

3.6

1958-59

28.3

2.5

29.0

1.4

1959-60

28.9

2.1

29.4

1.4

1960-61

29.3

1.4

29.7

1.0

1961-62

29.7

1.4

30.1

1.3

1962-63

30.1

1.3

0.4

1.0

1963-64

30.7

2.0

30.8

1.3

1964-65

31.2

1.6

31.2

1.3

1965-66

31.7

1.6

31.9

2.2

1966-67

32.5

2.5

32.9

3.1

1967-68

33.7

3.7

34.0

3.3

1968-69

35.1

4.2

35.7

5.0

1969-70

36.9

5.1

37.8

5.9

1970-71

38.7

4.9

39.7

5.0

1971-72

39.9

3.1

41.1

3.5

1972-73

41.5

4.0

42.8

4.1

1973-74

44.8

8.0

46.6

8.9

1974-75

49.9

11.4

51.8

11.2

1975-76

53.9

8.0

55.5

7.1

1976-77

57.3

6.3

58.7

5.8

1977-78

61.7

7.7

62.6

6.6

1978-79

67.4

9.2

68.5

9.4

1979-80

77.5

15.0

77.6

13.3

1980-81

86.4

11.5

86.6

11.6

1981-82

95.7

10.8

94.1

8.7

1982-83

97.9

2.3

98.1

4.3

1983-84

101.4

3.6

101.8

3.8

1984-85

106.4

4.9

105.8

3.9

1985-86

110.7

4.0

108.8

2.8

1986-87

114.3

3.3

111.2

2.2

1987-88

119.1

4.2

115.8

4.1

1988-89

124.9

4.9

121.2

4.7

1989-90

131.2

5.0

127.0

4.8

1990-91

138.2

5.3

133.9

5.4

1991-92

143.2

3.6

138.2

3.2

1992-93

147.8

3.2

142.5

3.1

1993-94

150.4

1.8

146.2

2.6

1994-95

153.0

1.7

150.4

2.9

1995-96

155.2

1.4

154.5

2.7

1996-97

158.8

2.3

158.9

2.9

1997-98

162.0

2.0

161.7

1.8

1998-99

166.0

2.5

164.5

1.7

1999-00

�171.2

3.2

169.3

2.9

2000-01

�178.6

4.3

175.1

3.4

2001-02

�183.9

2.9

178.2

1.8

2002-03

�188.7

2.6

182.1

2.2

2003-04

�192.2

1.9

186.1

2.2

2004-05

�198.6

3.3

191.7

3.0

2005-06

�206.9

4.2

199.0

3.8

2006-07

�213.9

3.4

204.1

2.6

2007-08

�221.312

3.4

 

211.702

3.7

2008-09

�224.230

1.3

 

214.658

1.4

2009-10

�225.910

0.7

 

216.735

1.0

2010-11

�229.819

1.7

 

221.087

2.0

2011-12

�235.328

2.4

 

227.565

2.9

2012-13

�240.251

2.1

 

�231.352

1.7

2013-14

�243.669

1.4

 

�234.966

1.6

2014-15

�247.446

1.5

 

�236.677

0.7

2015-16

�252.505

2.0

 

�238.273

0.7

2016-17

�258.931

2.5

 

�242.656

1.8

Deflator Table Used by Chancellor's Office

 

Fiscal Year

CPI

Deflator

 

1998-1999

166.0583333

1.559275857

 

1999-2000

171.2083333

1.512372353

 

2000-2001

178.65

1.449374475

 

2001-2002

183.8541667

1.408348555

 

2002-2003

188.6666667

1.37242447

 

2003-2004

192.2041667

1.347165124

 

2004-2005

198.5541667

1.30408117

 

2005-2006

206.9333333

1.251276176

 

2006-2007

213.9308333

1.210347971

 

2007-2008

221.312

1.169980616

 

2008-2009

224.2304167

1.154753016

 

2009-2010

225.9101667

1.146166876

 

2010-2011

229.819

1.126672512

 

2011-2012

235.3275833

1.100299193

 

2012-2013

240.251

1.077750977

 

2013-2014

243.6691667

1.062632394

 

2014-2015

247.4455833

1.046414919

 

2015-2016

252.5050833

1.025447673

 

2016-2017

258.93075

1

 

LIVING WAGE

Living wage data is based on the cost of living, for a single adult, in the county in which each college's district office is located. Living wage figures are drawn from the Self Sufficiency Standard calculator produced by the Insight Center for Community and Economic Development at https://insightcced.org/2018-self-sufficiency-standard/.

DISTRICT

COUNTY

LIVING WAGE

GROSSMONT-CUYAMACA

San Diego

33,761

IMPERIAL

Imperial

20,469

MIRA COSTA

San Diego

33,761

PALOMAR

San Diego

33,761

SAN DIEGO

San Diego

33,761

SOUTHWESTERN

San Diego

33,761

BUTTE

Butte

22,753

FEATHER RIVER

Plumas

22,236

LASSEN

Lassen

21,032

MENDOCINO-LAKE

Mendocino

24,423

REDWOODS

Humboldt

21,651

SHASTA-TEHAMA-TRINITY

Shasta

21,244

SISKIYOUS

Siskiyou

20,087

LAKE TAHOE

El Dorado

25,871

LOS RIOS

Sacramento

23,998

NAPA VALLEY

Napa

31,341

SONOMA

Sonoma

34,885

SIERRA

Placer

26,638

SOLANO

Solano

28,365

YUBA

Yuba

20,452

CONTRA COSTA

Contra Costa

44,112

MARIN

Marin

61,897

PERALTA

Alameda

41,858

SAN FRANCISCO

San Francisco

55,861

SAN MATEO

San Mateo

62,147

CABRILLO

Santa Cruz

33,152

FOOTHILL-DEANZA

Santa Clara

46,840

OHLONE

Alameda

41,858

GAVILAN

San Benito

33,601

HARTNELL

Monterey

30,013

MONTEREY

Monterey

30,013

SAN JOSE-EVERGREEN

Santa Clara

46,840

CHABOT-LAS POSITAS

Alameda

41,858

WEST VALLEY-MISSION

Santa Clara

46,840

KERN

Kern

20,358

MERCED

Merced

19,913

SAN JOAQUIN DELTA

San Joaquin

21,904

SEQUOIAS

Tulare

19,845

STATE CENTER

Fresno

21,609

WEST HILLS

Fresno

21,609

YOSEMITE

Stanislaus

23,013

ALLAN HANCOCK

Santa Barbara

31,858

ANTELOPE VALLEY

Los Angeles

31,767

SAN LUIS OBISPO

San Luis Obispo

29,091

SANTA BARBARA

Santa Barbara

31,858

SANTA CLARITA

Los Angeles

31,767

VENTURA

Ventura

32,484

WEST KERN

Kern

20,358

COMPTON

Los Angeles

31,767

EL CAMINO

Los Angeles

31,767

GLENDALE

Los Angeles

31,767

LOS ANGELES

Los Angeles

31,767

PASADENA

Los Angeles

31,767

SANTA MONICA

Los Angeles

31,767

CERRITOS

Los Angeles

31,767

CITRUS

Los Angeles

31,767

COAST

Orange

36,655

LONG BEACH

Los Angeles

31,767

MT. SAN ANTONIO

Los Angeles

31,767

NORTH ORANGE

Orange

36,655

RANCHO SANTIAGO

Orange

36,655

RIO HONDO

Los Angeles

31,767

SOUTH ORANGE

Orange

36,655

BARSTOW

San Bernardino

24,571

CHAFFEY

San Bernardino

24,571

DESERT

Riverside

25,271

MT. SAN JACINTO

Riverside

25,271

PALO VERDE

San Bernardino

24,571

RIVERSIDE

Riverside

25,271

COPPER MOUNTAIN

San Bernardino

24,571

SAN BERNARDINO

San Bernardino

24,571

VICTOR VALLEY

San Bernardino

24,571

REGIONS

Information will be presented by Doing What Matters regions in Build 4 (scheduled for May 2019). Regions are assigned as follows.

COMMUNITY COLLEGE

MICROREGION

MACROREGION

Allan Hancock College

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

American River College

Greater Sacramento

North-Far North

Antelope Valley College

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

Bakersfield College

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Central Valley-Mother Lode

Barstow College

Inland Empire

Inland Empire

Berkeley City College

East Bay

Bay Area

Butte College

Northern Inland

North-Far North

Cabrillo College

Santa Cruz-Monterey

Bay Area

Canada College

Mid Peninsula

Bay Area

Cerritos College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

Cerro Coso Community College

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Central Valley-Mother Lode

Chabot College

East Bay

Bay Area

Chaffey College

Inland Empire

Inland Empire

Citrus College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

City College of San Francisco

Mid Peninsula

Bay Area

Clovis College

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Central Valley-Mother Lode

Coastline Community College

Orange

Los Angeles-Orange County

College of Alameda

East Bay

Bay Area

College of Marin

North Bay

Bay Area

College of San Mateo

Mid Peninsula

Bay Area

College of the Canyons

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

College of the Desert

Inland Empire

Inland Empire

College of the Redwoods

Northern Coastal

North-Far North

College of the Sequoias

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Central Valley-Mother Lode

College of the Siskiyous

Northern Inland

North-Far North

Columbia College

Northern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Central Valley-Mother Lode

Contra Costa College

East Bay

Bay Area

Copper Mountain Community College

Inland Empire

Inland Empire

Cosumnes River College

Greater Sacramento

North-Far North

Crafton Hills College

Inland Empire

Inland Empire

Cuesta College

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

Cuyamaca College

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego-Imperial

Cypress College

Orange

Los Angeles-Orange County

De Anza College

Silicon Valley

Bay Area

Diablo Valley College

East Bay

Bay Area

East Los Angeles College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

El Camino College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

El Camino College Compton Center

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

Evergreen Valley College

Silicon Valley

Bay Area

Feather River College

Northern Inland

North-Far North

Folsom Lake College

Greater Sacramento

North-Far North

Foothill College

Silicon Valley

Bay Area

Fresno City College

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Central Valley-Mother Lode

Fullerton College

Orange

Los Angeles-Orange County

Gavilan College

Silicon Valley

Bay Area

Glendale College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

Golden West College

Orange

Los Angeles-Orange County

Grossmont College

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego-Imperial

Hartnell College

Santa Cruz-Monterey

Bay Area

Imperial Valley College

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego-Imperial

Irvine Valley College

Orange

Los Angeles-Orange County

Lake Tahoe Community College

Greater Sacramento

North-Far North

Laney College

East Bay

Bay Area

Las Positas College

East Bay

Bay Area

Lassen College

Northern Inland

North-Far North

Long Beach City College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

Los Angeles City College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

Los Angeles Harbor College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

Los Angeles Mission College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

Los Angeles Pierce College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

Los Angeles Southwest College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

Los Angeles Trade-Technical College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

Los Angeles Valley College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

Los Medanos College

East Bay

Bay Area

Mendocino College

Northern Coastal

North-Far North

Merced College

Northern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Central Valley-Mother Lode

Merritt College

East Bay

Bay Area

MiraCosta College

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego-Imperial

Mission College

Silicon Valley

Bay Area

Modesto Junior College

Northern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Central Valley-Mother Lode

Monterey Peninsula College

Santa Cruz-Monterey

Bay Area

Moorpark College

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

Moreno Valley College

Inland Empire

Inland Empire

Mt. San Antonio College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

Mt. San Jacinto College

Inland Empire

Inland Empire

Napa Valley College

North Bay

Bay Area

Norco College

Inland Empire

Inland Empire

North Orange Adult Division

Orange

Los Angeles-Orange County

Ohlone College

East Bay

Bay Area

Orange Coast College

Orange

Los Angeles-Orange County

Oxnard College

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

Palo Verde College

Inland Empire

Inland Empire

Palomar College

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego-Imperial

Pasadena City College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

Porterville College

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Central Valley-Mother Lode

Reedley College

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Central Valley-Mother Lode

Rio Hondo College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

Riverside City College

Inland Empire

Inland Empire

Sacramento City College

Greater Sacramento

North-Far North

Saddleback College

Orange

Los Angeles-Orange County

San Bernardino Valley College

Inland Empire

Inland Empire

San Diego City College

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego Continuing Education

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego Mesa College

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego Miramar College

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego-Imperial

San Francisco Community College Centers

Mid Peninsula

Bay Area

San Joaquin Delta College

Northern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Central Valley-Mother Lode

San Jose City College

Silicon Valley

Bay Area

Santa Ana College

Orange

Los Angeles-Orange County

Santa Barbara City College

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

Santa Monica College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

Santa Rosa Junior College

North Bay

Bay Area

Santiago Canyon College

Orange

Los Angeles-Orange County

Shasta College

Northern Inland

North-Far North

Sierra College

Greater Sacramento

North-Far North

Skyline College

Mid Peninsula

Bay Area

Solano Community College

North Bay

Bay Area

Southwestern College

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego-Imperial

Taft College

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Central Valley-Mother Lode

Ventura College

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

Victor Valley Community College

Inland Empire

Inland Empire

West Hills Coalinga

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Central Valley-Mother Lode

West Hills Lemoore

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Central Valley-Mother Lode

West Los Angeles College

Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Orange County

West Valley College

Silicon Valley

Bay Area

Woodland College

Greater Sacramento

North-Far North

Yuba College

Greater Sacramento

North-Far North

 


 

STUDENT TYPE

SM 100 Adult Education/English as a Second Language Students

Description

Students seeking to build foundational literacy, quantitative, and English-language skills

Data Source(s)

Chancellor's Office Management Information System
Section Grade Table from RP Group

Data Element(s)

       SS01 STUDENT-EDUCATIONAL-GOAL

       SB14 STUDENT-EDUCATIONAL-GOAL

       SB00 STUDENT-IDENTIFIER

       CB04 COURSE-CREDIT-STATUS

       SX05 ENROLLMENT-POSITIVE-ATTENDANCE-HOURS

       CB03 COURSE-TOP-CODE

       CB22 COURSE-NONCREDIT-CATEGORY

       SX04 ENROLLMENT-GRADE

       SB15 STUDENT-ENROLLMENT-STATUS

       GI03 TERM IDENTIFIER

Calculations

Student who met all of the following criteria in one of three ways (enrollment pattern, informed education goal, or uninformed educational goal):

       An adult age 18+

SB00 has the following: MIN(STD1) ≥ 18 AND

       With a valid noncredit enrollment

CB04 = N AND

SX04 IN (Section Grade Table enroll_ind = 1, SP, UG) OR

SX05 ≥ 12

       In the selected year

WHERE GI03 is within the selected year AND

       Is not a Special Admit student concurrently enrolled in K12

SB15 not equal to Y AND

       EITHER enrolled in ESL

WHERE CB22 IN (A, B) OR
CB03 IN (4930.84, 4930.85, 4930.86, 4930.87, 4930.90, 4931.00) OR

       OR enrolled in ABE

WHERE CB03 IN (1701.00, 1501.00, 1520.00) AND

CB21 IN (D, E, F, G, H) OR

       OR enrolled in ASE

WHERE CB03 IN (1701.00, 1501.00, 1520.00) AND
CB21 IN (A, B, C) OR

       OR informed educational goals

SS01 in (K, L, N) OR

       OR does not have an informed educational goal but has an informal educational goal

SB14 in (K, L, N)

Time Frame

Selected academic year

Locale

Institutional Level Selected

Notes

       Students will be identified first by examining enrollment patterns

       Additional students will be added by examining informed educational goals and CCC Apply data for students that do not have an informed goal

       SB14 will be used if no value is found for SS01

       Students may enroll in either credit or noncredit courses

       Special Admit currently enrolled in high school are excluded

SM 101 Short-Term Career Students

Description

Students seeking to gain career-related skills to enter or advance in their careers

Data Source(s)

Chancellor's Office Management Information System

Section Grade Table from RP Group

Data Element(s)

       SS01 STUDENT-EDUCATIONAL-GOAL

       SB14 STUDENT-EDUCATIONAL-GOAL

       SB00 STUDENT-IDENTIFIER

       CB04 COURSE-CREDIT-STATUS

       SX05 ENROLLMENT-POSITIVE-ATTENDANCE-HOURS

       SX04 ENROLLMENT-GRADE

       SB15 STUDENT-ENROLLMENT-STATUS

       GI03 TERM IDENTIFIER

Calculations

Student who met all of the following criteria in one of three ways (enrollment pattern, informed education goal, or uninformed educational goal):

       An adult age 18+

SB00 has the following: MIN(STD1) ≥ 18 AND

       With a valid enrollment

SX04 IN (Section Grade Table enroll_ind = 1, SP, UG) OR

SX05 ≥ 12 AND

CB04 = N AND

       In the selected year

WHERE GI03 is within the selected year AND

       Not a Special Admit student concurrently enrolled in K12

SB15 not equal to Y AND

       EITHER enrolled in a CTE program

CB22 = J OR

CB03 has Vocational Flag OR

       OR informed educational goals

SS01 in (E, F, G, H, I) OR

       OR does not have an informed educational goal but has an informal educational goal

SS01 IN NULL AND

SB14 in (E, F, G, H, I)

Time Frame

Selected academic year

Locale

Institutional Level Selected

Notes

       Students will be identified first by examining enrollment patterns

       Additional students will be added by examining informed educational goals and CCC Apply data for students that do not have an informed goal

       SB14 will be used if no value is found for SS01

       Students may enroll in either credit, noncredit, or both

       Special Admit currently enrolled in high school are excluded

 

SM 102 Degree/Transfer Students

Description

Students seeking to earn a two-year and/or four-year degree

Data Source(s)

Chancellor's Office Management Information System

Section Grade Table from RP Group

Data Element(s)

       SX04 ENROLLMENT-GRADE

       SS01 STUDENT-EDUCATIONAL-GOAL

       SB14 STUDENT-EDUCATIONAL-GOAL

       SB15 STUDENT-ENROLLMENT-STATUS

       GI03 TERM IDENTIFIER

Calculations

Student who met all of the following criteria in one of two ways (informed education goal or uninformed educational goal):

       In the selected year

WHERE GI03 is within the selected year AND

       Is not a Special Admit student concurrently enrolled in K12

SB15 not equal to Y AND

       Has an enrollment

SX04 IN (Section Grade Table enroll_ind = 1) AND

       EITHER has an informed educational goal

SS01 in (A, B, C) OR

       OR does not have an informed educational goal but has an informal educational goal

SS01=NULL AND

SB14 in (A, B, C)

Time Frame

Selected academic year

Locale

Institutional Level Selected

Notes

       Students will be added by examining informed educational goals and CCC Apply data for students that do not have an informed goal

       SB14 will be used if no value is found for SS01

       Special Admit currently enrolled in high school are excluded

SM 121 Undecided/Other Students

Description

Students with a goal of life-long learning, fulfilling requirements of a four-year institution while already enrolled in a four-year institution, or those undecided as to their goal

Data Source(s)

Chancellor's Office Management Information System

Section Grade Table from RP Group

Data Element(s)

       SX04 ENROLLMENT-GRADE

       SS01 STUDENT-EDUCATIONAL-GOAL

       SB14 STUDENT-EDUCATIONAL-GOAL

       SB15 STUDENT-ENROLLMENT-STATUS

       GI03 TERM IDENTIFIER

Calculations

Student who met all of the following criteria in one of three ways (informed education goal, uninformed educational goal, or course-taking patterns for SM 100 and SM 101 do not apply ):

       Is not a Special Admit student concurrently enrolled in K12

SB15 not equal to Y AND

       In the selected year

WHERE GI03 is within the selected year AND

         Has a valid enrollment

SX04 IN (Section Grade Table enroll_ind = 1, SP, UG) AND

       Either has an informed educational goal

SS01 in (J, M, O) OR

       Or does not have an informed educational goal but has an informal educational goal

SS01=NULL AND

SB14 in (J, M, O, X) OR

       Or does not have either an informed or informal educational goal and course-taking pattern for SM 100 and SM 101 do not apply

SS01=NULL AND

SB14=NULL AND

       And course-taking pattern for SM 100 does not apply

CB03 NOT IN (4930.84, 4930.85, 4930.86, 4930.87, 4930.90, 4931.00, 1701.00, 1501.00, or 1520.00) OR CB22 NOT IN (A, B, C) AND

       And course-taking pattern for SM 101 does not apply

CB22 not equal to J OR

CB03 does not have a Vocational Flag

Time Frame

Selected academic year

Locale

Institutional Level Selected

Notes

       Students will be added by examining informed educational goals and CCC Apply data for students that do not have an informed goal

       SB14 will be used if no value is found for SS01

       Special Admit currently enrolled in high school are excluded

SM 122 All Students

Description

All students enrolled in the given year

Data Source(s)

Chancellor's Office Management Information System

Section Grade Table from RP Group

Data Element(s)

       SX04 ENROLLMENT-GRADE

       SB15 STUDENT-ENROLLMENT-STATUS

       GI03 TERM IDENTIFIER

Calculations

Student who met all of the following criteria:

       With a valid enrollment

SX04 IN (Section Grade Table enroll_ind = 1, SP, UG) AND

       In the selected year

WHERE GI03 is within the selected year AND

       Is not a Special Admit student concurrently enrolled in K12

SB15 not equal to Y

Time Frame

Selected academic year

Locale

Institutional Level Selected

Notes

       Students may enroll in either credit, noncredit, or both

       Special Admit currently enrolled in high school are excluded

 


 

DISAGGREGATION TYPE

SM 103 Gender

Description

Students who were in specific gender categories

Data Source(s)

Chancellor's Office Management Information System

CCCApply

Data Element(s)

COMIS:

SB04 GENDER

Calculations

Student who met all of the following criteria:

         Enrolled in the selected year

WHERE GI03 is within the selected year AND

         Then Grouped by Gender as recorded in the last term of enrollment

SB04 IN (F, M, X, blank)

Time Frame