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Metric Definition Dictionary

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Metric Definition Dictionary. 1

DATA COMPARISONS AND CAVEATS. 11

STUDENT TYPES. 11

SNAPSHOT VIEW.. 13

COHORT VIEW.. 13

TIMEFRAMES. 17

DATA DISAGGREGATION.. 17

FURTHER DATA DISAGGREGATION FOR METRICS INCLUDED IN COHORT VIEW.. 18

COMPARISON GROUPS. 19

DATA LIMITATIONS. 19

METRIC DEFINITION DESCRIPTIONS. 22

DENOMINATORS (NOT DISPLAYED ON DASHBOARD) 22

COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENTS. 22

LIVING WAGE. 23

REGIONS. 27

STUDENT TYPE. 31

SM 122 All Students. 31

SM 100 Adult Education or English as a Second Language Students. 31

SM 101 Short-Term Career Students. 33

SM 102 Degree/Transfer Students. 34

SM 121 Undecided/Other Students. 35

DENOMINATORS (NOT DISPLAYED ON DASHBOARD) 37

SM 340SX Adult Ed or ESL Applicants Who Applied to Attend in the Selected Year Through OPEN CCC Apply or Through International CCC Apply. 37

SM 340SY Short-Term Career Education Applicants Who Applied to Attend in the Selected Year Through OPEN CCC Apply or Through International CCC Apply. 38

SM 340SZ Degree/Transfer Applicants Who Applied to Attend in the Selected Year Through OPEN CCC Apply or Through International CCC Apply. 39

SM 340SU Undecided/Other Applicants Who Applied to Attend in the Selected Year Through OPEN CCC Apply or Through International CCC Apply. 40

SM 340SW All Applicants Who Applied to Attend in the Selected Year Through OPEN CCC Apply or Through International CCC Apply. 41

SM 324SX Adult Ed or ESL Students Who Enrolled in Credit Basic Skills or Noncredit ESL, ABE or ASE Courses. 42

SM 324SU Undecided/Other Students Who Enrolled in Credit Basic Skills or Noncredit ESL, ABE or ASE Courses. 43

SM 324SW All Students Who Students Who Enrolled in Credit Basic Skills or Noncredit ESL, ABE or ASE Courses. 44

SM 322SY Short-Term Career Education Students Who Took Credit Courses in the Selected Year 45

SM 322SU Undecided/Other Students Who Took Credit Courses in the Selected Year 46

SM 322SW All Students Who Took Credit Courses in the Selected Year 46

SM 323SW All Students Who Took Noncredit Courses Not in Supervised Tutoring or Study Skills in the Selected Year 47

SM 338SY Short-Term Career Education Student Credit Enrollments with Grades Allowable for Course Success Rate Calculation in the Selected Year 48

SM 338SU Undecided/Other Student Credit Enrollments with Grades Allowable for Course Success Rate Calculation in the Selected Year 49

SM 338SW All Student Credit Enrollments with Grades Allowable for Course Success Rate Calculation in the Selected Year 50

SM 332SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Took Credit Courses in the District for the First-Time in the Selected Year 51

SM 332SU Undecided/Other Students Who Took Credit Courses in the District for the First-Time in the Selected Year 52

SM 332SW All Students Who Took Credit Courses for the First-Time in the District in the Selected Year 53

SM 326SX Adult Education/ESL Students Who Enrolled in Noncredit Adult Basic Education or ESL. 54

SM 326SU Undecided/Other Students Who Enrolled in Noncredit Adult Basic Education or ESL. 55

SM 326SW All Students Who Enrolled in Noncredit Adult Basic Education or ESL. 56

SM 337SY Short-Term Career Education Students Who Took Noncredit Courses Coded on a CTE TOP Code or Flagged as a Workforce Preparation Course with a Noncredit Enrollment in the Selected Year 57

SM 337SU Undecided/Other Students Who Took Noncredit Courses Coded on a CTE TOP Code or Flagged as a Workforce Preparation Course with a Noncredit Enrollment in the Selected Year 59

SM 337SW All Students Who Took Noncredit Courses Coded on a CTE TOP Code or Flagged as a Workforce Preparation Course with a Noncredit Enrollment in the Selected Year 60

SM 325SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Were Enrolled in the Fall Term of the Selected Year 61

SM 325SU Undecided/Other Students Who Were Enrolled in the Fall Term of the Selected Year 61

SM 325SW All Students Who Were Enrolled in the Fall Term of the Selected Year 62

SM 333SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Took Courses in the Fall Term of the Selected Year Who Did Not Transfer and Who Did Not Earn an Award. 63

SM 333SU Undecided/Other Students Who Took Courses in the Fall Term of the Selected Year Who Did Not Transfer and Who Did Not Earn an Award. 63

SM 333SW All Students Who Took Courses in the Fall Term of the Selected Year Who Did Not Transfer and Who Did Not Earn an Award. 64

SM 327SX Adult Ed or ESL Students Who Enrolled in ABE, ESL or ASE. 65

SM 327SU Undecided/Other Students Who Enrolled in ABE, ESL or ASE. 66

SM 327SW All Students Who Enrolled in ABE, ESL or ASE. 67

SM 330SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Earned Their First Associate Degree in the Selected Year 68

SM 330SU Undecided/Other Students Who Earned Their First Associate Degree in the Selected Year 70

SM 330SW All Students Who Earned Their First Associate Degree in the Selected Year 71

SM 331SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Earned Their First Associate Degree (Not for Transfer) in the Selected Year 72

SM 331SU Undecided/Other Students Who Earned Their First Associate Degree (Not for Transfer) in the Selected Year 74

SM 331SW All Students Who Earned Their First Associate Degree (Not for Transfer) in the Selected Year 75

SM 335SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Earned Their First Associate Degree for Transfer in the Selected Year 76

SM 335SU Undecided/Other Students Who Earned Their First  Associate Degree for Transfer in the Selected Year 78

SM 335SW All Students Who Earned Their First Associate Degree for Transfer in the Selected Year 79

SM 235SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Earned 12 or More Units at Any Time at Any Community College and Who Exited California Community College. 80

SM 235SU Undecided/Other Students Who Earned 12 or More Units at Any Time at Any Community College and Who Exited California Community College. 82

SM 235SW All Students Who Earned 12 or More Units at Any Time at Any Community College and Who Exited California Community College. 83

SM 203SX Adult Ed or ESL Students Who Exited Higher Education. 84

SM 203SY Short-Term Career Education Students Who Exited Higher Education. 85

SM 203SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Exited Higher Education. 86

SM 203SU Undecided/Other Students Who Exited Higher Education. 87

SM 203SW All Students Who Exited Higher Education. 87

SM 205SX Adult Ed or ESL Students Who Exited Higher Education and Who Were Unemployed Before Entry. 88

SM 205SU Undecided/Other Students Who Exited Higher Education and Who Were Unemployed Before Entry. 89

SM 505SX Adult Education or ESL Students Employed in the Second Fiscal Quarter After Exit 90

SM 505SY Short-Term Career Education Students Who Were Employed in the Second Fiscal Quarter After Exit 91

SM 505SZ Degree/Transfer Students Who Were Employed in the Second Fiscal Quarter After Exit 92

SM 505SU Undecided/Other Students Who Were Employed in the Second Fiscal Quarter After Exit 93

SM 505SW All Students Who Were Employed in the Second Fiscal Quarter After Exit 93

DISAGGREGATION TYPE. 94

SM 103 Gender 94

SM 104 Race/Ethnicity. 95

SM 105 Age Group. 96

SM 123 Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender 97

SM 106 Perkins Economically Disadvantaged. 98

SM 108 First-Generation. 99

SM 110 Foster Youth. 100

SM 112 DSPS or Students with Disabilities. 101

SM 114 Veterans. 102

SM 125 Students Who Ever Received a Pell Grant 102

SM 127 Students Who Ever Received a College Promise Grant/Board of Governor’s Waiver - including award amounts of $0. 103

SM 128 Students Who Ever Received a College Promise Grant/Board of Governor’s Waiver - excluding award amounts of $0. 104

SM 133 Homeless Students. 104

SM 239 Students Who Were Ever Credit ESL Students. 105

SUCCESSFUL ENROLLMENT. 106

SM 300Sx Applicants Who Enrolled in the Same Community College in the Selected Year in the Selected Student Journey (SM 302Sx Wrapper Metric) 106

SM 301Sx Applicants Who Enrolled in Any Community College in the Selected Year in the Selected Student Journey (SM 302Sx Wrapper Metric) 107

SM 302Sx Wrapper Metric for Applicants Who Enrolled in a Community College in the Selected Year 109

LEARNING PROGRESS. 111

SM 400Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Completed an Educational Functioning Level Gain (EFL and Course Progression) 111

SM 408Sx Course Success Rate for Students in Selected Student Journey. 112

SM 501Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Completed Both Transfer-Level Math and English Within the District in the First Year Aligned with SCFF (SM 504Sx Wrapper Metric) 113

SM 502Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Completed Transfer-Level Math Within the District in the First Year Aligned with SCFF (SM 504Sx Wrapper Metric) 115

SM 503Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Completed Transfer-Level English Within the District in the First Year Aligned with SCFF (SM 504Sx Wrapper Metric) 116

SM 504Sx Wrapper Metric for Students in Selected Student Journey Who Completed Transfer-Level Math and English within the District in the First Year Aligned with SCFF. 117

MOMENTUM.. 119

SM 500Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Transitioned to ASE. 119

SM 403Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Completed a Noncredit CTE or Workforce Preparation Course. 120

SM 402Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Earned Nine or More Career Education Units Within the District in a Single Year 121

SM 404Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Successfully Completed Unit Thresholds in Fall Term at Any College. 123

SM 405Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Successfully Completed Semester (Quarter) Unit Thresholds in the Selected Year at Any College (SM 445Sx Quarter Units) 124

SM 406Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Persisted from Fall to Spring at the Same College (SM 424Sx Wrapper Metric) 126

SM 407Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Persisted from Fall to Spring at Any Community College (SM 424Sx Wrapper Metric) 127

SM 424Sx Wrapper Metric for Students in Selected Student Journey Who Persisted from Fall to Spring at Community College. 128

SUCCESS. 130

SM 602Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Transitioned to Postsecondary for the First-Time (SM 600Sx Wrapper Metric) 130

SM 604Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Earned Noncredit Certificate (SM 600Sx Wrapper Metric) 131

SM 603Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Earned a Chancellor’s Office Approved Credit Certificate (SM 600Sx Wrapper Metric) 132

SM 607Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Earned an AA or AS Degree (not for transfer) (SM 600Sx Wrapper Metric) 133

SM 608Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Earned an Associate Degree for Transfer (SM 600Sx Wrapper Metric) 134

SM 631Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Earned any Associate Degree (SM 600Sx Wrapper Metric) 135

SM 609Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Earned a Community College Bachelor’s Degree (SM 600Sx Wrapper Metric) 136

SM 619Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Attained the Vision Goal Completion Definition (SM 600Sx Wrapper Metric) 137

SM 610Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Attained Apprenticeship Journey Status (SM 600Sx Wrapper Metric) 138

SM 600Sx Wrapper Metric for Students in Selected Student Journey Who Transitioned to Postsecondary or Who Earned an Award or Who Attained Apprenticeship Journey Status. 139

SM 613Sx Average Number of Semester Units Accumulated by All First-Time Associate Degree Earners in Selected Student Journey (SM 621Sx Wrapper Metric) 140

SM 617Sx Average Number of Semester Units Accumulated by All First-Time AA/AS Degree (Not for Transfer) Earners in Selected Student Journey (SM 621Sx Wrapper Metric) 142

SM 618Sx Average Number of Semester Units Accumulated by All First-Time Associate Degree for Transfer Earners in Selected Student Journey (SM 621Sx Wrapper Metric) 143

SM 621Sx Wrapper Metric for Average Number of Semester Units Accumulated by All First-Time Associate Degree Earners in Selected Student Journey. 144

SM 627Sx Average Number of Quarter Units Accumulated by All First-Time Associate Degree Earners in Selected Student Journey (SM 638Sx Wrapper Metric) 145

SM 628Sx Average Number of Quarter Units Accumulated by All First-Time AA/AS Degree (Not for Transfer) Earners in Selected Student Journey (SM 638Sx Wrapper Metric) 147

SM 629Sx Average Number of Quarter Units Accumulated by All First-Time Associate Degree for Transfer Earners in Selected Student Journey (SM 638Sx Wrapper Metric) 148

SM 638Sx Wrapper Metric for Average Number of Quarter Units Accumulated by All First-Time Associate Degree Earners in Selected Student Journey. 149

SM 620Sx Students in the Selected Student Journey Who Transferred to a Four-Year Postsecondary Institution (SM 622Sx Wrapper Metric) 151

SM 614Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Transferred to a CSU or UC Institution (SM 622Sx Wrapper Metric) 152

SM 615Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Transferred to a Private College In-State (SM 622Sx Wrapper Metric) 153

SM 616Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Transferred to any Out of State Institution (SM 622Sx Wrapper Metric) 154

SM 622Sx Wrapper Metric for Transfer to a Four Year 156

SM 641Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Attained the Vision Goal Completion Definition or Who Transferred to a Four-Year Institution. 156

EMPLOYMENT. 158

SM 700Sx Unemployed Students in Selected Student Journey Who Became Employed. 158

SM 701Sx CTE Exiters in Selected Student Journey Who Reported Working in a Job Closely Related to Their Field of Study. 160

EARNINGS. 162

SM 800Sx Median Annual Earnings of Students After Exit in Selected Student Journey. 162

SM 801Sx Median Change in Earnings of Students After Exit in Selected Student Journey. 163

SM 802Sx Proportion of Students After Exit Who Attained the Living Wage in Selected Student Journey. 165

METRICS UNDER CONSTRUCTION.. 168

SM 541Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Completed Both Transfer-Level Math and English Within the District in Their First academic year from First Term or Within Three Years for Credit ESL Students (SM 544Sx Wrapper Metric) 168

SM 542Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Completed Transfer-Level Math Within the District in Their First academic year or Within Three Years for Credit ESL Students (SM 544Sx Wrapper Metric) 170

SM 543Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Completed Transfer-Level English Within the District in Their First academic year or Within Three Years for Credit ESL Students (SM 544Sx Wrapper Metric) 172

COHORT METRICS: Denominators. 175

SM 340Cx All Prospective Students Who Applied for the First-Time to Attend in the Selected Year Through OPEN CCC Apply or Through International CCC Apply in OPEN CCC Apply. 175

SM 338Cx Credit Enrollments for All Cohort Students with Grades Allowable for Course Success Rate Calculation in Their First Year from First Term.. 176

SM 330Cx All Cohort Students Who Earned Their First Associate Degree in the Selected Year 177

SM 235Cx All Cohort Students Who Earned 12 or More Units at Any Time at Any Community College and Who Exited California Community College. 178

SM 203Cx All Cohort Students Who Exited Higher Education. 179

COHORT METRICS: Successful Enrollment 181

SM 300Cx All Cohort Student Applicants Who Enrolled in the Same Community College. 181

COHORT METRICS: First Time Students. 182

SM 122FC All Students in the First-Time Cohort 182

COHORT METRICS: Learning Progress. 184

SM 408Cx Course Success Rate for All Cohort Student in their First Year from First Term.. 184

SM 501Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Both Transfer-Level Math and English Within the District in the First Year Aligned with SCFF (SM 504Cx) 185

SM 541Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Both Transfer-Level Math and English Within the District in Their First Year from First Term or Within Three Years from First Term for Credit ESL Students (SM 504Cx) 186

SM 502Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Transfer-Level Math Within the District in the First Year Aligned with SCFF (SM 507Cx) 189

SM 542Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Transfer-Level Math Within the District in Their First Year from First Term or Within Three Years from First Term for Credit ESL Students (SM 507Cx) 190

SM 503Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Transfer-Level English Within the District in the First Year Aligned with SCFF (SM 509Cx) 192

SM 543Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Transfer-Level English Within the District in Their First Year from First Term or Within Three Years from First Term for Credit ESL Students (SM 509Cx) 193

COHORT METRICS: Momentum.. 195

SM 453Cx All Cohort Students Who Persisted from First Primary Term of Enrollment to the Subsequent Primary Term.. 195

SM 210Cx All Cohort Students Enrolled Full Time in Their First Primary Term.. 196

SM 214Cx All Cohort Students Enrolled Full Time in Their First Year from First Term.. 197

SM 455Cx Average Total Number of Semester (Quarter) Units Successfully Completed by All Cohort Students in their First Year from First Term (SM 465C Quarter Units) 199

SM 405Cx Average Total Number of Semester (Quarter) Units Successfully Completed by All Cohort Students (SM 445Cx Quarter Units) 200

COHORT METRICS: Success. 202

SM 603Cx All Cohort Students Who Earned a Chancellor’s Office Approved Credit Certificate (SM 600Cx) 202

SM 607Cx All Cohort Students Who Earned an Associate Degree (not for transfer) (SM 600Cx) 204

SM 608Cx All Cohort Students Who Earned an Associate Degree for Transfer (SM 600Cx) 205

SM 631Cx All Cohort Students Who Earned an Associate Degree (SM 600Cx) 207

SM 619Cx All Cohort Students Attained the Vision Goal Completion Definition (SM 600Cx) 208

SM 600Cx Wrapper Metric for All Cohort Students Who Earned an Award. 210

SM 613Cx Average Number of Semester (Quarter) Units Accumulated by All First-Time in the System Associate Degree Earners in the Cohort (SM 627Cx Quarter Units) 210

SM 620Cx All Cohort Students Who Transferred to a Four-Year Postsecondary Institution (SM 622Cx) 212

SM 614Cx All Cohort Students Who Transferred to a CSU or UC Institution (SM 622Cx) 213

SM 615Cx All Cohort Students Who Transferred to a Private College In-State (SM 622Cx) 215

SM 616Cx All Cohort Students Who Transferred to Any Out-of-State College (SM 622Cx) 216

SM 622Cx Wrapper Metric for Transfer to a Four Year 218

SM 641Cx All Cohort Students Who Attained the Vision Goal Completion Definition or Who Transferred to a Four-Year Institution. 219

COHORT METRICS: Employment 221

SM 701Cx All CTE Exiter Cohort Students Who Reported Working in a Job Closely Related to Their Field of Study. 221

COHORT METRICS: Still Enrolled. 223

SM 233Cx All Cohort Students Still Enrolled (in any community college) After Cohort Timeframe. 223

 


 

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 OPEN CCC Apply version of the application form (if no informed goal is available) or based on course taking behavior that indicates adult education course-taking for both Adult Education/English as a Second Language and Short-Term Career Education

       If the student has selected an informed or uninformed undecided or other goal or 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

Therefore, students can be included in multiple student journeys in a selected academic year. This methodology more accurately represents student goals and course taking patterns. If you sum the number of students in each student journey who met the outcome of the metric, then the sum will not equal all students or the unduplicated count of all students who met the metric outcome at the college level. In initial versions of the Student Success Metrics (SSM), a hierarchy was used to place students in only one student journey for the selected academic year allowing for the sum of the student journeys to equal the All student journey.

Starting in Spring term 2020, in-person noncredit courses in the Chancellor’s Office Management Information System (COMIS) were converted to distance education modalities using synchronous live interactions between students and instructors, asynchronous methods in which students accessed materials and instruction on their own time, and/or a combination of the two. Colleges implementing distance education modalities for their courses that included asynchronous instruction, where students can log in and access information and assignments without solely interacting directly with the instructor, were directed to use the Alternative Attendance Accounting Procedure used for distance education. Noncredit Distance Education does not have a code in XB01 Section-Accounting-Method data element but instead is directed to use “I” for Independent Study. When XB01 is flagged as “I,” SX05 Enrollment-Positive-Attendance-Hours must be equal to“88888.” Therefore, using SX05 as the method for determining contact hours in noncredit may not work starting in Spring 2020 term for some colleges. However, colleges who chose to follow the CO exception and implement the positive attendance accounting method for synchronous DE instruction could still submit noncredit student data in SX05.

Therefore, the CO has decided to treat the Spring 2020 term and academic year 2020-2021 differently in terms of using SX05 to determine a valid noncredit enrollment for inclusion of students in the Adult Education or ESL and the Short-Term Career Education student journeys based on course taking patterns. Students enrolled in Spring 2020 or academic year 2020-2021 will be included if there is any value in the SX files or Student Enrollment Data Elements for that student and the student has a noncredit enrollment not on 493009 or 493014 Supervised Tutoring or Study Skills. For Adult Education or ESL student journey, a student EITHER has to have 12 or more contact hours at any college in the selected year OR any value in the SX file if enrolled in Spring 2020 term or academic year 2020-2021 AND enroll in a noncredit adult basic, adult secondary or ESL course to be included. For Short-Term Career Education, a student EITHER has to have 12 or more contact hours at any college in the selected year OR any value in the SX file if enrolled in Spring 2020 term or academic year 2020-2021 AND enroll in a noncredit workforce prep or noncredit CTE course.

Adult Education or English as a Second Language

  • 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
  • Took noncredit adult basic education, adult secondary education, or ESL courses

Short-Term Career Education

  • 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)
  • Took a noncredit career and technical education or workforce preparation course

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
  • Goal of four-year students earning credits with goal of meeting four-year requirements
  • 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

 

Not all metrics are displayed for every student journey on the Student Success Metrics dashboard. An example would be for students in the Short-Term Career Education student journey. Since their goal is not necessarily transfer, then under the Success section transfer metrics are not displayed. All Students displays all metrics included in the dashboard.

 

To create a unique identifier for metrics, which are either associated with a particular student journey or which are replicated across several student journeys, letters are added to the end of the unique three-digit number. The last letter indicates the student journey as follows:

       For Adult Education/ESL student journey: “X” is added

       For Short-Term Career Education student journey: “Y” is added

       For Degree/Transfer student journey: “Z” is added

       For Undecided/Other student journey: “U” is added

       For All student journey: “W” is added

“S” or “C” before the student journey letter indicates that the metric included is in the snapshot or cohort view. For the SSM 4.0 build in 2021-22, the cohort applies to several metrics in the All Student journey. SM 619SZ Attained Vision Goal of Success for the Degree/Transfer student journey whereas SM 619Cx indicates Attained the Vision Goal of Success for the 3, 4 and 6 year cohort timeframes.

 

SNAPSHOT VIEW

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.

 

A cohort view has only been added to the All Student Journey for a select number of metrics in the 2021-22 release or SSM 4.0. Adult Education or ESL, Short-Term Career Education, Degree/Transfer and Undecided/Other student journeys will only have snapshot views in the SSM 4.0 build.

COHORT VIEW

Beginning with inclusion of the 2019-20 enrollment and completion data, a cohort view has been added that displays information based on students who enrolled in college for the first-time ever in higher education as non-special admit credit students in at least one term of the selected year. A cohort view allows for the same group of students to be tracked over time in terms of meeting the outcomes of the metrics displayed. For this release, a cohort view will only be available for All Students for four years as the default with three and six years available as well beginning from the first term of enrollment with preceding summer term enrollment treated like a fall term enrollment.

For the primary four year cohort, students will be tracked for four complete years from first term of enrollment. Thus, students who start in Summer or Fall 2020 would get through Summer 2024 to complete the outcome of the metric. Students who start in Spring 2021 would get through Winter 2025 instead of just through Spring 2024. The same logic would apply for the three and six year timeframes.

 

An option is available on the landing page for an All Student Cohort view. A display box will allow users to selected “After 3 Years,” “After 4 Years,” and “After 6 Years.” For the 2021-22 incomplete timeframes will be displayed and distinguished by a lighter color. In addition, the first drilldown box would be limited to the metrics in the disaggregations list for Student Equity and Achievement (SEA), and a secondary drilldown box for Gender would appear with Female, Male, and All Other (non-binary, multiple values reported, unknown) as options to further disaggregate all primary disaggregations in the first drilldown box. Disaggregations will only be available for one cohort timeframe at a time.

 

The following metrics are included in the All Student Cohort View:

        SM 122FC All Students in the First-Time Cohort

        Denominator: SM 340Cx All Prospective Students Who Applied for the First-Time to Attend in the Selected Year Through OPEN CCC Apply or Through International CCC Apply in OPEN CCC Apply

        Denominator: SM 330Cx All Cohort Students Who Earned an Associate Degree in the Selected Year and Who Earned 60 or More Semester Units

        Denominator: SM 338Cx All Cohort Student Credit Enrollments with Grades Allowable for Course Success Rate Calculation in Their First Year from First Term

        Denominator: SM 235Cx All Cohort Students Who Earned 12 or More Units at Any Time at Any Community College and Who Exited California Community College

        Denominator: SM 203Cx All Cohort Students Who Exited Higher Education

        SM 300Cx All Cohort Student Applicants Who Enrolled in the Same Community College*

        SM 408Cx Course Success Rate for All Cohort Student in their First Year from First Term***

        SM 501Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Both Transfer-Level Math and English Within the District in the First Year Aligned with SCFF*

        SM 502Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Transfer-Level Math Within the District in the First Year Aligned with SCFF*

        SM 503Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Transfer-Level English Within the District in the First Year Aligned with SCFF*

        SM 541Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Both Transfer-Level Math and English Within the District in Their First Year from First Term or Within Three Years from First Term for Credit ESL Students**

        SM 542Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Transfer-Level Math Within the District Their First Year from First Term or Within Three Years from First Term for Credit ESL Students**

        SM 543Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Transfer-Level English Within the District Their First Year from First Term or Within Three Years from First Term for Credit ESL Students**

        SM 453Cx All Cohort Students Who Persisted from First Primary Term of Enrollment to the Subsequent Term***

        SM 210Cx All Cohort Students Enrolled Full Time in Their First Primary Term

        SM 214Cx All Cohort Students Enrolled Full Time in Their First Year from First Term***

        SM 455Cx Average Total Number of Semester (Quarter) Units Successfully Completed by All Cohort Students in their First Year from First Term (SM 465Cx Quarter Units)***

        SM 405Cx Average Total Number of Semester (Quarter) Units Successfully Completed by All Cohort Students (SM 445Cx Quarter Units)

        SM 619Cx All Cohort Students Who Attained the Vision Goal Completion Definition

        SM 631Cx All Cohort Students Who Earned an Associate Degree

        SM 607Cx All Cohort Students Who Earned an AA or AS Degree (not for transfer)

        SM 608Cx All Cohort Students Who Earned an Associate Degree for Transfer

        SM 603Cx All Cohort Students Who Earned a Chancellor’s Office Approved Credit Certificate

        SM 613Cx Average Number of Semester Units Accumulated by All Associate First-Time Degree Earners in the Cohort (SM 627Sx Quarter Units)

        SM 620Cx All Cohort Students Who Transferred to a Four-Year Postsecondary Institution

        SM 614Cx All Cohort Students Who Transferred to a CSU or UC Institution

        SM 615Cx All Cohort Students Who Transferred to an In-State Private Institution

        SM 616Cx All Cohort Students Who Transferred to an Out-of-State Institution

        SM 641Cx All Cohort Students Who Attained the Vision Goal Completion Definition or Who Transferred to a Four-Year Postsecondary Institution

        SM 701Cx All CTE Exiter Cohort Students Who Reported Working in a Job Closely Related to Their Field of Study

        SM 233Cx All Cohort Students Still Enrolled in the Cohort After Cohort Timeline

 

*Note: for SM 501Cx, SM 502Cx, SM 503Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Both Transfer-Level Math and English Within the District in the First Year Aligned with SCFF and for SM 300Cx All Cohort Student Applicants Who Enrolled in the Same Community College, the metric outcome has to occur within the first academic year of enrollment. Therefore, the same values would be displayed for any of the cohort selections: 3, 4, or 6.

**Note: for SM 541Cx, SM 542Cx, SM 543Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Both Transfer-Level Math and English Within the District in Their First academic year or Within Three Years for Credit ESL Students, the metric outcome has to occur within their first year from first term or within three years from first term for credit ESL students. Therefore, the same values would be displayed for any of the cohort selections: 3, 4, or 6.

***Note: for SM 408Cx Course Success Rate in Their First Year, SM 453Cx Persisted from First Primary Term to Subsequent Primary Term, SM 455Cx Average Total Number of Semester (Quarter) Units Successfully Completed by All Cohort Students in their First Year (SM 465Cx Quarter Units), the metric outcome can occur within their first year if students started in fall term or in the subsequent year if students started in winter quarter or spring terms Therefore, the same values would be displayed for any of the cohort selections: 3, 4, or 6.

The following disaggregations are required for Student Equity and Achievement with a further disaggregation for each category by gender for male, female, all other:

        SM 103 Gender

        SM 104 Race/Ethnicity (further disaggregated by gender for F, M, All Other)

        SM 105 Age Group (further disaggregated by gender for F, M, All Other)

        SM 123 Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender (further disaggregated by gender for F, M, All Other)

        SM 106 Perkins Economically Disadvantaged (further disaggregated by gender for F, M, All Other)

        SM 110 Foster Youth (further disaggregated by gender for F, M, All Other)

        SM 112 Students with Disabilities (further disaggregated by gender for F, M, All Other)

        SM 114 Veterans (further disaggregated by gender for F, M, All Other)

        SM 133 Homeless (further disaggregated by gender for F, M, All Other)

The following disaggregation is included for Student Equity and Achievement based on requests from the field with a further disaggregation for each category by gender for male, female, all other:

        SM 108 First-Generation (further disaggregated by gender for F, M, All Other)

 

The following disaggregation has been included for the cohort view since it is included for the snapshot view with a further disaggregation for each category by gender for male, female, all other:

        SM 239 Students Who Were Ever Credit ESL (further disaggregated by gender for F, M, All Other)

Note: Disaggregations will be flagged as any time in the selected year through the cohort timeframes of 3, 4, 6 years EXCEPT for the following disaggregations which will be determined in the first term of enrollment in the cohort and not updated during the cohort timeframe if changed:

        SM 103 Gender

        SM 104 Race/Ethnicity

        SM 105 Age Group

        SM 123 Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender

Information will now be displayed for the first-time cohort students where the timeframe allowed to meet the outcome of the metric is complete with darker colored bars and incomplete with lighter colored bars. For example, if 2016-17 is selected, then complete data would be available for the three and four year timeframes for Earned an Associate Degree.  In this example, a four year timeframe would require data for 2016-17 through 2020-21 to capture those students who enrolled for the first-time in Spring 2017 to earn an Associate degree four full years later in Fall 2020. For first-time cohorts who started after 2016-17, the data for the four-year timeframe would be incomplete. As an example, since data for Fall 2022 is not available for students who started in Spring 2018 to allow those students a full four years to earn an Associate degree, then the data displayed is incomplete and displayed with lighter colored bars.

The following grid displays the years where complete information will be available for each metric in the cohort view by year and by 3-, 4-, 6-year timeframe for first-time cohort students for this build of the SSM dashboard. All years and 3-, 4-, or 6-year timeframes marked with “I” for incomplete indicate that the data is not complete (but will be updated as more years of data become available in future builds) but will be displayed by bars with lighter coloring and messaging to distinguish from years and time frame selections where the data is complete as noted with “C” and will not change. “N” denotes not available, and “S” denotes that data is not displayed.

SSM 4.1 Cohort View Metrics

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

Metric ID

Timeframe

3

4

6

3

4

6

3

4

6

3

4

6

3

4

6

3

4

6

3

4

6

3

4

6

3

4

6

3

4

6

 

SM 122FC

All Cohort Students

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

 

SM 203Cx

All Exiting Cohort Students

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

N

C

C

N

C

N

N

N

N

N

 

SM 300Cx

Enrolled in the Same Community College

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

 

SM 408Cx

Course Success Rate for All Cohort Students in Their First Year from First Term

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

I

I

 

SM 501Cx

SM 502Cx

SM 503Cx

Completed Transfer-Level Math & English in the First Year (SCFF)

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

 

SM 541Cx

SM 542Cx

SM 543Cx

Completed Transfer-Level Math & English (Expanded View)

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

 

SM 453Cx

Persisted from First Primary Term to Next

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

I

I

 

SM 210Cx

All Cohort Students Enrolled Full Time in Their First Primary Term

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

 

SM 214Cx

All Cohort Students Enrolled Full Time in Their First Year from First Term

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

I

I

 

SM 455Cx SM 465Cx

Average No. of Units Successfully Completed in Their First Year from First Term

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

I

I

 

SM 405Cx SM 445Cx

Average No. of Units Successfully Completed

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

C

C

I

C

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

 

SM 603Cx

Earned a CO Approved Credit Certificate

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

C

C

I

C

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

 

SM 607Cx

Earned an AA/AS (not for transfer)

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

C

C

I

C

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

S

S

S

 

SM 608Cx

Earned an Associate Degree for Transfer

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

C

C

I

C

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

S

S

S

 

SM 631Cx

Earned an Associate Degree

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

C

C

I

C

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

S

S

S

 

SM 619Cx

Attained the Vision Goal Completion Definition

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

C

C

I

C

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

S

S

S

 

SM 613Cx SM 627Cx

Average No. of Units Accumulated by First-Time AA/AS Earners

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

C

C

I

C

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

S

S

S

 

SM 614Cx

Transferred to CSU/UC

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

C

C

I

C

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

S

S

S

 

SM 615Cx

Transferred to Private In-State

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

C

C

I

C

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

S

S

S

 

SM 616Cx

Transferred to any Out-of-State

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

C

C

I

C

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

S

S

S

 

SM 620Cx

Transferred to a 4-Yr

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

C

C

I

C

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

S

S

S

 

SM 641Cx

Attained the Vision Goal Completion Definition or Transferred to a 4-Yr 

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

C

C

I

C

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

S

S

S

 

SM 701Cx

Job in Field of Study

N

N

N

C

C

C

C

C

I

C

C

I

C

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

N

N

N

N

N

N

 

SM 233Cx

Still Enrolled After Cohort Timeframe

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

I

C

C

N

C

I

N

I

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

 

TIMEFRAMES

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

  • 2020-2021*
  • 2019-2020
  • 2018-2019
  • 2017-2018
  • 2016-2017
  • 2015-2016
  • 2014-2015

For cohort view the following years of data have been added as part of the 2021-22 build in order to view more data for the three, four and six year timeframes:

  • 2013-2014
  • 2012-2013
  • 2011-2012

*Employment and earnings and transfer data is only available through 2019-20 with CTE Outcomes Survey information available through 2018-19.

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

 

The following metrics in the Cohort View are first-time momentum metrics that were included in the Guided Pathways dashboard and have been brought into the SSM Cohort view as part of a 2021-22 SSM 4.1 build. The metric outcome is only measured for the first academic year for the cohort, for their first full year from first term, or for an indicated longer timeframe as specified by the definition:

       SM 408Cx Course Success Rate for All Cohort Students in their First Year

       SM 455Cx Average Total Number of Semester (Quarter) Units Successfully Completed by All Cohort Students in their First Year (SM 465Cx Quarter Units)

       SM 501Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Both Transfer-Level Math and English Within the District in the First Year Aligned with SCFF (SM 504C)

       SM 541C All Cohort Students Who Completed Both Transfer-Level Math and English Within the District in Their First Year from First Term or Within Three Years for Credit ESL Students (SM 504C)

       SM 502Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Transfer-Level Math Within the District in the First Year Aligned with SCFF (SM 507Cx)

       SM 542Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Transfer-Level Math Within the District in Their First Year from First Term or Within Three Years for Credit ESL Students (SM 507Cx)

       SM 503Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Transfer-Level English Within the District in the First Year Aligned with SCFF (SM 509Cx)

       SM 543Cx All Cohort Students Who Completed Transfer-Level English Within the District in Their First Year from First Term or Within Three Years for Credit ESL Students (SM 509Cx)

DATA DISAGGREGATION

Disaggregated data will be provided by the following demographic variables in the Drill Down box in the upper righthand corner:

Value options: Female, Male, Non-Binary, Unknown/Non-Respondent, Multiple Values Reported

  • 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/Non-Respondent, Multiple Values Reported

  • Age Group:

Value options: 19 or less, 20 to 24, 25 to 29, 30 to 34, 35 to 39, 40 to 49, 50 and older

  • Financial Support (example for display of financial support categories: Perkins Economically Disadvantaged, Not Perkins Economically Disadvantaged)

Value options: Perkins Economically Disadvantaged, Pell Grant Recipient, Promise Grant (BOG Waiver) Recipient, Promise Grant (BOG Waiver) Eligible

Value options: First Generation (First Generation, Not First Generation, Unknown/Unreported)

  • Foster Youth:

Value options: Foster Youth (Foster Youth, Not Foster Youth)

  • DSPS:

Value options: DSPS (Student with Disabilities, Not a Student with Disabilities)

  • Veterans:

Value options: Veteran (Veteran, Not Veteran)

  • Homeless:

Value options: Homeless (Homeless, Not Homeless)

  • LGBT:

Value options: LGBT (LGBT, Not LGBT)

  • Credit ESL:

Value options: Credit ESL (Credit ESL Attempted, No Credit ESL Attempted)

FURTHER DATA DISAGGREGATION FOR METRICS INCLUDED IN COHORT VIEW

The following disaggregated data will be further disaggregated by Gender (Female, Male, All Other) to meet reporting requirement in Student Equity Achievement (SEA) reporting for all cohort metrics in the All Student journey (except for Gender):

o   Gender

Value options: Female, Male, Non-Binary, Unknown/Non-Respondent, Multiple Values Reported

o   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/Non-Respondent, Multiple Values Reported

o   Financial Support (example for display of financial support categories: Perkins Economically Disadvantaged, Not Perkins Economically Disadvantaged)

Value options: Perkins Economically Disadvantaged (Economically Disadvantaged, Not Economically Disadvantaged)

o   First-Generation:

Value options: First Generation (First Generation, Not First Generation, Unknown/Unreported)

o   Foster Youth:

Value options: Foster Youth (Foster Youth, Not Foster Youth)

o   DSPS:

Value options: DSPS (Student with a Disability, Not a Student with a Disability)

o   Veterans:

Value options: Veteran (Veteran, Not Veteran)

o   Homeless:

Value options: Homeless (Homeless, Not Homeless)

o   LGBT:

Value options: LGBT (LGBT, Not LGBT)

o   Credit ESL:

Value options: Credit ESL (Credit ESL Attempted, No Credit ESL Attempted)

COMPARISON GROUPS

Comparison data will be provided for:

  • State Median: is based on the 117 colleges plus the two noncredit institutions. Counts, dollar values, and percentages are medians across all students in the state.
  • District Total: is based on all of the colleges and noncredit institutions that are tracked in the Chancellor's Office Management Information System within a specific community college district. Counts, dollar values and rates are medians across all students in the district.
  • Micro-region Median: is based on all of the colleges and noncredit institutions within a specific 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 macroregion. Counts, dollar values, and rates are medians across all students in the macroregion.

DATA LIMITATIONS

Missing and Suppressed Information

  • Link to FERPA and Complementary Suppression documentation from dashboards.
  • Masking is performed  across the subgroups present (e.g. gender, age group, race/ethnicity), and over the primary attributes of data (year, metric, and locale, as well as journey, program, credit status, completion status, and first-time/returning status where present as a drilldown in the dashboard).

 

Deduplication

In cases where students are enrolled at more than one college or district, and have provided conflicting information regarding goals or characteristics, assignment will be handled as described below.

  • Gender: Use latest category provided statewide, or if a student has more than one gender or gender is unreported anywhere in the system at any level other than the individual college level, assign the student to the “multiple values reported” category which is different than the “unknown/non-respondent” category that corresponds to the “X” selection for the data element.
  • Race/Ethnicity: Use latest category provided statewide, or if there is more than one selection in the same term anywhere in the system at any level other than the individual college level, assign the student to the “multiple values reported” category which is different than the “unknown/non-respondent” category that corresponds to the “X” selection for SB04 Gender
  • Age: Use age as of October 15th of the academic year anywhere in the community college system. NOTE: because a student’s date-of-birth is a part of their unique student identifier in this dashboard, and a student’s age is calculated based on their age as of Oct 15th of the academic year, no students will be assigned to a “multiple values reported” subgroup
  • Financial Support: If a student has ever received financial support at any college, they will be assigned to the relevant financial support category at all institutions
  • First Generation: If a student has ever been flagged as first generation at any college, they will be considered first generation at all colleges
  • Foster Youth: If a student has ever been flagged as foster youth at any college, they will be considered foster youth at all colleges
  • DSPS: If a student has ever been flagged as a DSPS or Disabled Students Programs & Services at any college, they will be considered DSPS at all colleges
  • Veterans: If a student has ever been flagged as a veteran at any college, they will be considered a veteran at all colleges
  • Homeless: If a student has ever been flagged as homeless at any college, they will be considered homeless at all colleges
  • Credit English Language Leaners: If a student has ever taken a credit ESL course at any college, they will be considered a credit English language learner at all colleges
  • LGBT: Use latest category in the latest term provided at the institutional level selected
  • All non-standard disaggregations: If there is conflicting information for a student for non-standard disaggregations in the same selected academic year when enrollment is required, at this point in time a method has not been applied to resolve that collision or conflicting information as the student is rolled-up into a multi-college district, microregion, macroregion or statewide. For example, if a student is flagged as LGBT at one college in the microregion but as non-LGBT at another college in the same microregion, that student would be counted as both LGBT and non-LGBT at the microregion level. Therefore, there are instances at multi-college district, regional and statewide locales where the sums of the non-standard disaggregation subgroups for values and denominators are greater than overall values and denominators.  However, for metrics that do not require enrollment in the selected academic year at the college, students may be undercounted at the multi-college district, regional or statewide locale levels.

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 OPEN CCC Apply version of the application form (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.
  • Attained apprenticeship journey-level status is based on a match with the Department of Apprenticeship Standards through an MOU with the Community College Chancellor’s Office.
  • Except for job in field of study, employment and earnings metrics are based on records in California’s Employment Development Department’s Unemployment Insurance (UI) data. UI data only contain wages for those employed in an industry covered by Unemployment Insurance in California. Therefore, the following individuals are excluded from those metrics: employed by the military or federal government, self-employed, employed out of state, unemployed, not in the workforce or without a Social Security number recorded in the SB (STUDENT-BASICS) file from COMIS. The Unemployment Insurance data do not indicate how many hours an individual worked nor part time/full time status nor employment in field of study. For more information, please refer to the Exempt Employment Information Sheet from EDD: https://www.edd.ca.gov/pdf_pub_ctr/de231ee.pdf.
  • Data for employment and earnings metrics from the EDD UI wage data set, apprenticeship status and transfer metrics are based on matches using a student’s Social Security Number (SSN). Students with a valid social security number are noted in MIS in SB01 Student-Identifier-Status. When SB01 = S, then SB00 Student-Identifier is the student’s SSN and not the district ID.
  • The metric for attained the living wage requires a baseline living wage to be able to compare student earnings against. 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 for 2021 are drawn from the Family Needs Calculator produced by the Insight Center for Community and Economic Development at https://insightcced.org/family-needs-calculator/. The source for their information is The Self-Sufficiency Standard for California 2021, Center for Women's Welfare, University of Washington at http://www.selfsufficiencystandard.org/california.  These are the same figures as those used in the Student Centered Funding Formula (SCFF). However, this source does not update the living wage figures every year. Therefore, the figures will be updated if living wage figures are updated by the Insight Center and used in the SCFF calculation in the year of the dashboard build.
  • 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 28-34%, this metric may be incomplete and not fully representative for all former students. The CTE Outcomes Survey responses from some larger noncredit programs are included beginning in survey year 2018-19 after a pilot program was conducted. For more information, please refer to the Santa Rosa Junior College CTEOS website Information and Resources and FAQ document.
    • The survey is only sent to the following types of credit students:
      • Completers: Have received a vocational/CTE award that is Chancellor’s Office approved and enroll in 0-5 units each semester the next year (not enrolled or only minimally enrolled).
      • Terminal Certificates: Received a vocational/CTE award of at least 6 units that is not Chancellor’s Office approved (such as certificates with less than 12 units) and are not enrolled the following year.
      • Skills Builders: Have completed 9 units SAM coded A-D, with at least one course SAM coded A-C (within the prior 3 years), have not received a vocational/CTE award of 6 or more units, and are not enrolled the following year.
    • The survey is only sent to the following types of noncredit students:
      • Completers: Students who enrolled and received a noncredit vocational/CTE award and enrolled 0 hours in CTE each semester the next year (not enrolled in CTE anywhere in the system).

Skills Builders: Students who did not earn an award. These students enrolled in noncredit CTE coursework, completed at least 48 hours in that year, and enrolled 0 hours in CTE each semester the next year (not enrolled in CTE anywhere in the system).
Note: The CTE noncredit cohort was updated in 2020-21 to include add “in CTE” for the 0 hours and not enrolled requirements.

METRIC DEFINITION DESCRIPTIONS

  • Description: The description of the metric
  • Student Type: The student journey that the metric applies to: Adult Education/ESL, Short-Term Career Education, Degree/Transfer, Undecided/Other or All
  • Display: Whether the metric applies to the snapshot or cohort view
  • Data Source: The entity providing data used in the calculation or source of data
  • Data Element: The specific data elements used from each data source
  • Calculation: The specific calculations used to derive the data value
  • Denominator: The universe of students included (e.g. Non-Credit students)
  • Value Type: The type of data value populated for the metric (e.g., unduplicated count, percentage)
  • Notes: Important information or caveats about the metric including information on alignment to the Student Success Funding Formula (SCFF) if applicable

* In the denominator section of a metric, there will often be a list of denominators for each student journey including the unique metric ID for which the denominator has been created.

As an example, for metric SM 400Sx Students in Selected Student Journey Who Demonstrated a Skills Gain, there are three denominators listed since the metric is displayed for the Adult Ed or ESL, Undecided/Other and All Student Journeys with links to each denominator calculation:

SM 324SX Adult Ed or ESL Students Who Enrolled in Basic Skills Courses for SM 400SX

SM 324SU Undecided/Other Students Who Enrolled in Basic Skills Courses for SM 400SU

SM 324SW All Students Who Enrolled in Basic Skills Courses for SM 400SW

DENOMINATORS (NOT DISPLAYED ON DASHBOARD)

This section of the Metric Definition Dictionary (MDD) lists denominators used for metrics displayed on the dashboard.  However, the denominators themselves are not displayed. Please note that there are metrics used as denominators not included in this section since they ARE displayed on the dashboard because they themselves are metrics displayed in the Student Type section, i.e. SM 122.

COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENTS

All earnings data have been adjusted for inflation using the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for all Urban Consumers values extracted from the California Department of Finance site. A California CPI is calculated by the California Department of Finance as a population-weighted average of the BLS-published local area CPIs. California CPI is used from the Fiscal Year Averages from 1950.

Fiscal Year

CA CPI

CA % change

CA Deflator

1998-99

166.008

2.4583

1.745455456

1999-00

171.247

3.1559

1.692056332

2000-01

178.658

4.3279

1.621864359

2001-02

183.929

2.9503

1.575385576

2002-03

188.725

2.6075

1.535350698

2003-04

192.278

1.8825

1.506981995

2004-05

198.607

3.2917

1.458957687

2005-06

207.042

4.2468

1.399523043

2006-07

213.999

3.3605

1.354021482

2007-08

221.312

3.4171

1.309281797

2008-09

224.229

1.3182

1.292246848

2009-10

225.910

0.7495

1.282633197

2010-11

229.819

1.7302

1.260818065

2011-12

235.327

2.3969

1.231304503

2012-13

240.250

2.0920

1.206073308

2013-14

243.669

1.4229

1.189152499

2014-15

247.445

1.5497

1.171005151

2015-16

252.505

2.0447

1.147540815

2016-17

258.931

2.5448

1.119062929

2017-18

267.556

3.3313

1.082985795

2018-19

276.749

3.4359

1.047011094

2019-20

283.236

2.3439

1.023032397

2020-21

289.760

2.3032

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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 for 2021 used in the Student Centered Funding Formula (SCFF) calculations are drawn from the Family Needs Calculator produced by the Insight Center for Community and Economic Development at https://insightcced.org/family-needs-calculator/ from Self-Sufficiency Standard at the Center for Women’s Welfare, University of Washington from the 2021 Data Set by county.

2021 living wage values for a single adult from the Insight Center for Community and Economic Development are used for the 2021-22 build of the SSM dashboard. The mapping of districts and colleges to counties used aligns with SCFF. For the Calbright College, a weighted average of all CA county single adult living wages has been used.

District_ID

Districts

College_ID

Colleges

Counties

Living Wage Single Adult (2021)

610

Allan Hancock

611

Allan Hancock College

Santa Barbara

$46,132

230

Los Rios

231

American River College

Sacramento

$30,679

620

Antelope Valley

621

Antelope Valley College

Los Angeles

$38,217

520

Kern

521

Bakersfield College

Kern

$22,732

910

Barstow

911

Barstow College

San Bernardino

$28,602

340

Peralta

345

Berkeley City College

Alameda

$43,633

110

Butte

111

Butte College

Butte

$26,745

410

Cabrillo

411

Cabrillo College

Santa Cruz

$52,163

210

California Online

211

Calbright College

All

$38,004

370

San Mateo

371

Cañada College

San Mateo

$68,454

810

Cerritos

811

Cerritos College

Los Angeles

$38,217

520

Kern

522

Cerro Coso Community College

Kern

$22,732

480

Chabot-Las Positas

482

Chabot College

Alameda

$43,633

920

Chaffey

921

Chaffey College

San Bernardino

$28,602

820

Citrus

821

Citrus College

Los Angeles

$38,217

360

San Francisco

361

City College of San Francisco

San Francisco

$60,232

570

State Center

576

Clovis Community College

Fresno

$24,514

830

Coast

831

Coastline Community College

Orange

$43,579

340

Peralta

341

College of Alameda

Alameda

$43,633

330

Marin

334

College of Marin

Marin

$67,334

370

San Mateo

372

College of San Mateo

San Mateo

$68,454

660

Santa Clarita

661

College of the Canyons

Los Angeles

$38,217

930

Desert

931

College of the Desert

Riverside

$29,421

160

Redwoods

161

College of the Redwoods

Humboldt

$25,977

560

Sequoias

561

College of the Sequoias

Tulare

$23,268

180

Siskiyous

181

College of the Siskiyous

Siskiyou

$23,227

590

Yosemite

591

Columbia College

Stanislaus

$27,468

710

Compton

711

Compton College

Los Angeles

$38,217

310

Contra Costa

311

Contra Costa College

Contra Costa

$46,064

970

Copper Mountain

971

Copper Mountain Community College

San Bernardino

$28,602

230

Los Rios

232

Cosumnes River College

Sacramento

$30,679

980

San Bernardino

981

Crafton Hills College

San Bernardino

$28,602

640

San Luis Obispo

641

Cuesta College

San Luis Obispo

$33,108

020

Grossmont-Cuyamaca

021

Cuyamaca College

San Diego

$38,919

860

North Orange

861

Cypress College

Orange

$43,579

420

Foothill-Deanza

421

De Anza College

Santa Clara

$57,034

310

Contra Costa

312

Diablo Valley College

Contra Costa

$46,064

740

Los Angeles

748

East Los Angeles College

Los Angeles

$38,217

720

El Camino

721

El Camino College

Los Angeles

$38,217

470

San Jose-Evergreen

471

Evergreen Valley College

Santa Clara

$57,034

120

Feather River

121

Feather River College

Plumas

$23,794

230

Los Rios

234

Folsom Lake College

Sacramento

$30,679

420

Foothill-Deanza

422

Foothill College

Santa Clara

$57,034

570

State Center

571

Fresno City College

Fresno

$24,514

860

North Orange

862

Fullerton College

Orange

$43,579

440

Gavilan

441

Gavilan College

San Benito

$35,285

730

Glendale

731

Glendale Community College

Los Angeles

$38,217

830

Coast

832

Golden West College

Orange

$43,579

020

Grossmont-Cuyamaca

022

Grossmont College

San Diego

$38,919

450

Hartnell

451

Hartnell College

Monterey

$37,343

030

Imperial

031

Imperial Valley College

Imperial

$24,213

890

South Orange

892

Irvine Valley College

Orange

$43,579

220

Lake Tahoe

221

Lake Tahoe Community College

El Dorado

$33,479

340

Peralta

343

Laney College

Alameda

$43,633

480

Chabot-Las Positas

481

Las Positas College

Alameda

$43,633

130

Lassen

131

Lassen College

Lassen

$24,085

840

Long Beach

841

Long Beach City College

Los Angeles

$38,217

740

Los Angeles

741

Los Angeles City College

Los Angeles

$38,217

740

Los Angeles

742

Los Angeles Harbor College

Los Angeles

$38,217

740

Los Angeles

74A

Los Angeles ITV

Los Angeles

$38,217

740

Los Angeles

743

Los Angeles Mission College

Los Angeles

$38,217

740

Los Angeles

744

Los Angeles Pierce College

Los Angeles

$38,217

740

Los Angeles

745

Los Angeles Southwest College

Los Angeles

$38,217

740

Los Angeles

746

Los Angeles Trade-Tech College

Los Angeles

$38,217

740

Los Angeles

747

Los Angeles Valley College

Los Angeles

$38,217

310

Contra Costa

313

Los Medanos College

Contra Costa

$46,064

570

State Center

754

Madera College

Fresno

$24,514

330

Marin

335

Marin CED

Marin

$67,334

140

Mendocino-Lake

141

Mendocino College

Mendocino

$27,712

530

Merced

531

Merced College

Merced

$26,289

340

Peralta

344

Merritt College

Alameda

$43,633

050

Mira Costa

051

MiraCosta College

San Diego

$38,919

490

West Valley-Mission

492

Mission College

Santa Clara

$57,034

590

Yosemite

592

Modesto Junior College

Stanislaus

$27,468

460

Monterey

461

Monterey Peninsula College

Monterey

$37,343

680

Ventura

681

Moorpark College

Ventura

$37,130

960

Riverside

962

Moreno Valley College

Riverside

$29,421

850

Mt. San Antonio

851

Mt. San Antonio College

Los Angeles

$38,217

940

Mt. San Jacinto

941

Mt. San Jacinto College

Riverside

$29,421

240

Napa Valley

241

Napa Valley College

Napa

$38,905

960

Riverside

963

Norco College

Riverside

$29,421

860

North Orange

863

North Orange Adult

Orange

$43,579

430

Ohlone

431

Ohlone College

Alameda

$43,633

830

Coast

833

Orange Coast College

Orange

$43,579

680

Ventura

682

Oxnard College

Ventura

$37,130

950

Palo Verde

951

Palo Verde College

San Bernardino

$28,602

060

Palomar

061

Palomar College

San Diego

$38,919

770

Pasadena

771

Pasadena City College

Los Angeles

$38,217

520

Kern

523

Porterville College

Kern

$22,732

870

Rancho Santiago

872

Rancho Santiago CED

Orange

$43,579

570

State Center

572

Reedley College

Fresno

$24,514

880

Rio Hondo

881

Rio Hondo College

Los Angeles

$38,217

960

Riverside

961

Riverside City College

Riverside

$29,421

230

Los Rios

233

Sacramento City College

Sacramento

$30,679

890

South Orange

891

Saddleback College

Orange

$43,579

980

San Bernardino

982

San Bernardino Valley College

San Bernardino

$28,602

070

San Diego

076

San Diego Adult

San Diego

$38,919

070

San Diego

071

San Diego City College

San Diego

$38,919

070

San Diego

072

San Diego Mesa College

San Diego

$38,919

070

San Diego

073

San Diego Miramar College

San Diego

$38,919

360

San Francisco

363

San Francisco Centers

San Francisco

$60,232

550

San Joaquin Delta

551

San Joaquin Delta College

San Joaquin

$27,181

470

San Jose-Evergreen

472

San Jose City College

Santa Clara

$57,034

870

Rancho Santiago

871

Santa Ana College

Orange

$43,579

650

Santa Barbara

651

Santa Barbara City College

Santa Barbara

$46,132

650

Santa Barbara

652

Santa Barbara Continuing

Santa Barbara

$46,132

780

Santa Monica

781

Santa Monica College

Los Angeles

$38,217

260

Sonoma

261

Santa Rosa Junior College

Sonoma

$38,184

870

Rancho Santiago

873

Santiago Canyon College

Orange

$43,579

170

Shasta-Tehama-Trinity

171

Shasta College

Shasta

$26,902

270

Sierra

271

Sierra College

Placer

$34,937

370

San Mateo

373

Skyline College

San Mateo

$68,454

280

Solano

281

Solano Community College

Solano

$34,196

090

Southwestern

091

Southwestern College

San Diego

$38,919

690

West Kern

691

Taft College

Kern

$22,732

680

Ventura

683

Ventura College

Ventura

$37,130

990

Victor Valley

991

Victor Valley College

San Bernardino

$28,602

580

West Hills

581

West Hills College Coalinga

Fresno

$24,514

580

West Hills

582

West Hills College Lemoore

Fresno

$24,514

740

Los Angeles

749

West Los Angeles College

Los Angeles

$38,217

490

West Valley-Mission

493

West Valley College

Santa Clara

$57,034

290

Yuba

292

Woodland Community College

Yuba

$25,873

290

Yuba

291

Yuba College

Yuba

$25,873

REGIONS

Regions are assigned as follows.

Macroregion

Microregion

District

Community College

Bay Area

Santa Cruz-Monterey

Cabrillo

Cabrillo College

Bay Area

East Bay

Chabot-Las Positas

Chabot College

Bay Area

East Bay

Chabot-Las Positas

Las Positas College

Bay Area

East Bay

Contra Costa

Contra Costa College

Bay Area

East Bay

Contra Costa

Diablo Valley College

Bay Area

East Bay

Contra Costa

Los Medanos College

Bay Area

Silicon Valley

Foothill-Deanza

De Anza College

Bay Area

Silicon Valley

Foothill-Deanza

Foothill College

Bay Area

Silicon Valley

Gavilan

Gavilan College

Bay Area

Santa Cruz-Monterey

Hartnell

Hartnell College

Bay Area

North Bay

Marin

College of Marin

Bay Area

North Bay

Marin

Marin Continuing

Bay Area

Santa Cruz-Monterey

Monterey

Monterey Peninsula College

Bay Area

North Bay

Napa Valley

Napa Valley College

Bay Area

East Bay

Ohlone

Ohlone College

Bay Area

East Bay

Peralta

Berkeley City College

Bay Area

East Bay

Peralta

College of Alameda

Bay Area

East Bay

Peralta

Laney College

Bay Area

East Bay

Peralta

Merritt College

Bay Area

Mid-Peninsula

San Francisco

City College of San Francisco

Bay Area

Mid-Peninsula

San Francisco

San Francisco Centers

Bay Area

Silicon Valley

San Jose-Evergreen

Evergreen Valley College

Bay Area

Silicon Valley

San Jose-Evergreen

San Jose City College

Bay Area

Mid-Peninsula

San Mateo

Cañada College

Bay Area

Mid-Peninsula

San Mateo

College of San Mateo

Bay Area

Mid-Peninsula

San Mateo

Skyline College

Bay Area

North Bay

Solano

Solano Community College

Bay Area

North Bay

Sonoma

Santa Rosa Junior College

Bay Area

Silicon Valley

West Valley-Mission

Mission College

Bay Area

Silicon Valley

West Valley-Mission

West Valley College

Central/Mother Lode

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Kern

Bakersfield College

Central/Mother Lode

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Kern

Cerro Coso Community College

Central/Mother Lode

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Kern

Porterville College

Central/Mother Lode

Northern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Merced

Merced College

Central/Mother Lode

Northern Central Valley-Mother Lode

San Joaquin Delta

San Joaquin Delta College

Central/Mother Lode

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Sequoias

College of the Sequoias

Central/Mother Lode

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

State Center

Clovis Community College

Central/Mother Lode

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

State Center

Fresno City College

Central/Mother Lode

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

State Center

Madera College

Central/Mother Lode

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

State Center

Reedley College

Central/Mother Lode

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

West Hills

West Hills College Coalinga

Central/Mother Lode

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

West Hills

West Hills College Lemoore

Central/Mother Lode

Southern Central Valley-Mother Lode

West Kern

Taft College

Central/Mother Lode

Northern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Yosemite

Columbia College

Central/Mother Lode

Northern Central Valley-Mother Lode

Yosemite

Modesto Junior College

Inland Empire/Desert

Inland Empire

Barstow

Barstow College

Inland Empire/Desert

Inland Empire

Chaffey

Chaffey College

Inland Empire/Desert

Inland Empire

Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain Community College

Inland Empire/Desert

Inland Empire

Desert

College of the Desert

Inland Empire/Desert

Inland Empire

Mt. San Jacinto

Mt. San Jacinto College

Inland Empire/Desert

Inland Empire

Palo Verde

Palo Verde College

Inland Empire/Desert

Inland Empire

Riverside

Moreno Valley College

Inland Empire/Desert

Inland Empire

Riverside

Norco College

Inland Empire/Desert

Inland Empire

Riverside

Riverside City College

Inland Empire/Desert

Inland Empire

San Bernardino

Crafton Hills College

Inland Empire/Desert

Inland Empire

San Bernardino

San Bernardino Valley College

Inland Empire/Desert

Inland Empire

Victor Valley

Victor Valley College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Cerritos

Cerritos College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Citrus

Citrus College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Orange

Coast

Coastline Community College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Orange

Coast

Golden West College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Orange

Coast

Orange Coast College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Compton

Compton College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

El Camino

El Camino College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Glendale

Glendale Community College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Long Beach

Long Beach City College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

East Los Angeles College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Los Angeles City College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Los Angeles Harbor College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Los Angeles ITV

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Los Angeles Mission College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Los Angeles Pierce College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Los Angeles Southwest College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Los Angeles Trade-Tech College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Los Angeles Valley College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

West Los Angeles College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Mt. San Antonio

Mt. San Antonio College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Orange

North Orange

Cypress College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Orange

North Orange

Fullerton College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Orange

North Orange

North Orange Adult

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Pasadena

Pasadena City College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Orange

Rancho Santiago

Rancho Santiago CED

Los Angeles/Orange County

Orange

Rancho Santiago

Santa Ana College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Orange

Rancho Santiago

Santiago Canyon College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Rio Hondo

Rio Hondo College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Los Angeles

Santa Monica

Santa Monica College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Orange

South Orange

Irvine Valley College

Los Angeles/Orange County

Orange

South Orange

Saddleback College

North/Far North

Northern Inland

Butte

Butte College

North/Far North

Northern Inland

Feather River

Feather River College

North/Far North

Greater Sacramento

Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe Community College

North/Far North

Northern Inland

Lassen

Lassen College

North/Far North

Greater Sacramento

Los Rios

American River College

North/Far North

Greater Sacramento

Los Rios

Cosumnes River College

North/Far North

Greater Sacramento

Los Rios

Folsom Lake College

North/Far North

Greater Sacramento

Los Rios

Sacramento City College

North/Far North

Northern Coastal

Mendocino-Lake

Mendocino College

North/Far North

Northern Coastal

Redwoods

College of the Redwoods

North/Far North

Northern Inland

Shasta-Tehama-Trinity

Shasta College

North/Far North

Greater Sacramento

Sierra

Sierra College

North/Far North

Northern Inland

Siskiyous

College of the Siskiyous

North/Far North

Greater Sacramento

Yuba

Woodland Community College

North/Far North

Greater Sacramento

Yuba

Yuba College

San Diego/Imperial Counties

San Diego-Imperial

Grossmont-Cuyamaca

Cuyamaca College

San Diego/Imperial Counties

San Diego-Imperial

Grossmont-Cuyamaca

Grossmont College

San Diego/Imperial Counties

San Diego-Imperial

Imperial

Imperial Valley College

San Diego/Imperial Counties

San Diego-Imperial

Mira Costa

MiraCosta College

San Diego/Imperial Counties

San Diego-Imperial

Palomar

Palomar College

San Diego/Imperial Counties

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego

San Diego Adult

San Diego/Imperial Counties

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego

San Diego City College

San Diego/Imperial Counties

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego

San Diego Mesa College

San Diego/Imperial Counties

San Diego-Imperial

San Diego

San Diego Miramar College

San Diego/Imperial Counties

San Diego-Imperial

Southwestern

Southwestern College

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

Allan Hancock

Allan Hancock College

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

Antelope Valley

Antelope Valley College

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

San Luis Obispo

Cuesta College

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara City College

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara Continuing

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

Santa Clarita

College of the Canyons

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

Ventura

Moorpark College

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

Ventura

Oxnard College

South Central Coast

South Central Coast

Ventura

Ventura College

Unassigned

Unassigned

California Online

Calbright College


 

STUDENT TYPE

SM 122 All Students

Description

All students who had an enrollment as a non-special admit student in at least one term of the selected year

Student Type

All Students

Display

Snapshot

Data Source(s)

Chancellor's Office Management Information System

Data Element(s)

GI03 Term-Identifier

SB15 Student-Enrollment-Status

SX Domain and Format

Calculations

Student who met the following criteria:

       Has an enrollment in the system

Has a value in the Student Enrollment Data Elements (SX) file

       AND is enrolled as a non-Special Admit student in at least one term of the selected year

WHERE SB15 IS (1,2,3,5,X) in at least one term of the selected year

       AND in the selected year

WHERE GI03 is within the selected year

Denominator

n/a

Value Type

Unduplicated Count of Students

Notes

Students may enroll in either credit, noncredit, or both

SM 100 Adult Education or English as a Second Language Students

Description

Students who enrolled in the selected year with a goal of building foundational literacy, quantitative, and English-language skills

Student Type

Adult Education or English as a Second Language Students

Display

Snapshot

Data Source(s)

Chancellor's Office Management Information System

Data Element(s)

CB03 Course-TOP-Code

CB04 Course-Credit-Status

CB21 Course-Prior-To-College-Level

CB22 Course-Noncredit-Category

GI03 Term-Identifier

SB14 Student-Educational-Goal

SS01 Student-Educational-Goal

SX Domain and Format

SX05 Enrollment-Positive-Attendance-Hours

Calculations

SM 122 students who met one of the three following criteria (informed education goal, uninformed educational goal, or enrollment pattern) are assigned to this journey type:

       First Criteria: Has an informed education goal in the most recent term of the selected year

WHERE [SS01 in (K, L, N)

AND GI03 is MAX (GI03) in the selected year

AND at the selected college]

 

       OR Second Criteria: Does not have an informed educational goal but has an informal educational goal in the most recent term of the selected year

OR [SS01 has no value

AND SB14 in (K, L, N)

AND GI03 is MAX (GI03) in the selected year

AND at the selected college]

 

       OR Third Criteria based on course taking behavior in the selected year: SM 323SW All Students Who Took Noncredit Courses Not in Supervised Tutoring or Study Skills in the Selected Year

       AND EITHER enrolled in non-credit ESL

AND [EITHER [WHERE CB04 = N

AND (CB22 IN (A, B)

OR CB03 IN (4930.84, 4930.85, 4930.86, 4930.87, 4930.90, 4931.00))]

       OR enrolled in non-credit ABE

OR [WHERE CB04 = N

AND (CB03 IN (1701.00, 1501.00, 1520.00)

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

OR (CB03 IN 493060)]

       OR enrolled in non-credit ASE

OR [WHERE CB04 = N

AND (CB03 IN (1701.00, 1501.00, 1520.00)

AND CB21 IN (A, B, C))

OR (CB03 IN 493062)]

       AND in the selected year

AND GI03 is within the selected year

       AND at the selected college

AND at the selected college]

Denominator

n/a

Value Type

Unduplicated Count of Students

Notes

        With the switch to online delivery method of instruction in Spring 2020 term, colleges inconsistently coded SX05 Positive Attendance Hours for noncredit courses. Therefore, the threshold of 12 hours (to align to WIOA Title II reporting of Adult Education participants) has been adjusted for noncredit students enrolled in the Spring 2020 term or academic year 2020-2021 allowing inclusion of those students without meeting the threshold of contact or positive attendance hours

        This number may be different than successful enrollment figures due to goal changes as part of educational planning

SM 101 Short-Term Career Students

Description

Students who enrolled in the selected year with a goal of building skills to enter or advance in their careers

Student Type

Short-Term Career Students

Display

Snapshot

Data Source(s)

Chancellor's Office Management Information System

Data Element(s)

CB03 Course-TOP-Code

CB04 Course-Credit-Status

CB22 Course-Noncredit-Category

GI03 Term-Identifier

SB14 Student-Educational-Goal

SS01 Student-Educational-Goal

SX Domain and Format

SX05 Enrollment-Positive-Attendance-Hours

Calculations

SM 122 students who met one of the three following criteria (informed education goal, uninformed educational goal, or enrollment pattern) are assigned to this journey type:

       First Criteria: Has an informed education goal in the most recent term of the selected year

SS01 IN (E, F, G, H, I)

AND GI03 is MAX (GI03) in the selected year

AND at the selected college

 

       OR Second Criteria: Does not have an informed educational goal but has an informal educational goal in the most recent term of the selected year

OR [SS01 has no value

AND SB14 IN (E, F, G, H, I)

AND GI03 is MAX (GI03) in the selected year]

 

       OR Third Criteria based on course taking behavior in the selected year: SM 323SW All Students Who Took Noncredit Courses Not in Supervised Tutoring or Study Skills in the Selected Year

       AND EITHER enrolled in workforce prep or CTE in the selected year

AND [EITHER [(CB22 = J)

OR (CB03 is equal to “*” in the TOP_VE_STATUS table))

       AND in the selected year

WHERE GI03 is within the selected year

       AND at the selected college

AND at the selected college]]

Denominator

n/a

Value Type

Unduplicated Count of Students

Notes

        With the switch to online delivery method of instruction in Spring 2020 term or Academic year 2020-21, colleges inconsistently coded SX05 Positive Attendance Hours for noncredit courses. Therefore, the threshold of 12 hours (to align to WIOA Title II reporting of Adult Education participants), has been adjusted for noncredit students enrolled in the Spring 2020 term or Academic year 2020-21 allowing inclusion of those students without meeting the threshold of contact or positive attendance hours

        This number may be different than successful enrollment figures due to goal changes as part of educational planning

 

SM 102 Degree/Transfer Students

Description

Students who enrolled in the selected year with a goal of earning a two-year and/or four-year degree

Student Type

Degree/Transfer Students

Display

Snapshot

Data Source(s)

Chancellor's Office Management Information System

Data Element(s)

GI03 Term-Identifier

SB14 Student-Educational-Goal

SS01 Student-Educational-Goal

Calculations

SM 122 students who met one of the two following criteria (informed education goal or uninformed educational goal) are assigned to this journey type:

       First Criteria: Has an informed education goal in the most recent term of the selected year

SS01 in (A, B, C)

AND GI03 is MAX (GI03) in the selected year

       OR Second Criteria: Does not have an informed educational goal but has an informal educational goal in the most recent term of the selected year

OR [SS01 has no value

AND SB14 in (A, B, C, D)

AND GI03 is MAX (GI03) in the selected year]

Denominator

n/a

Value Type

Unduplicated Count of Students

Notes

        This number may be different than successful enrollment figures due to goal changes as part of educational planning

        SB14 = “D” was added in the 2020-21 build since still data value in use but revision in 2014 marked as no longer in use in MIS DED

SM 121 Undecided/Other Students

Description

Students who enrolled in the selected year 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

Student Type

Undecided/Other Students

Display

Snapshot

Data Source(s)

Chancellor's Office Management Information System

Data Element(s)

CB03 Course-TOP-Code

CB04 Course-Credit-Status

CB21 Course-Prior-To-College-Level

CB22 Course-Noncredit-Category

GI03 Term-Identifier

SB14 Student-Educational-Goal

SS01 Student-Educational-Goal

SX Domain and Format

SX05 Enrollment-Positive-Attendance-Hours

Calculations

SM 122 students who met one of the three following criteria (informed education goal, uninformed educational goal, does not have an educational goal or course-taking patterns for SM 100 and SM 101 do not apply) are included in this student journey:

       First Criteria: Has an informed education goal in the most recent term of the selected year

SS01 in (J, M, O)

AND GI03 is MAX (GI03) in the selected year

       OR Second Criteria: Does not have an informed educational goal but has an informal educational goal in the most recent term of the selected year

OR [SS01 has no value

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

AND GI03 is MAX (GI03) in the selected year

AND at the selected college]

       OR Third Criteria: Does not have either an informed or informal goal

OR [SS01 has no value

AND SB14 has no value

AND at the selected college

       AND Course-taking pattern for SM 100 does not apply at the selected college:

See pseudo code above for SM 100

AND at the selected college

       AND Course-taking pattern for SM 101 does not apply at the selected college

See pseudo code above for SM 101

AND at the selected college]

Denominator

n/a

Value Type

Unduplicated Count of Students

Notes

        With the switch to online delivery method of instruction in Spring 2020 term or Academic year 2020-21, colleges inconsistently coded SX05 Positive Attendance Hours for noncredit courses. Therefore, the threshold of 12 hours (to align to WIOA Title II reporting of Adult Education participants), has been adjusted for noncredit students enrolled in the Spring 2020 term or Academic year 2020-21 allowing inclusion of those students without meeting the threshold of contact or positive attendance hours

        This number may be different than successful enrollment figures due to goal changes as part of educational planning


 

DENOMINATORS (NOT DISPLAYED ON DASHBOARD)

SM 340SX Adult Ed or ESL Applicants Who Applied to Attend in the Selected Year Through OPEN CCC Apply or Through International CCC Apply

Description

Students who applied to attend community college in the selected year through CCC Apply excluding special admit and indicated an Adult Education/ESL goal

Data Source(s)

Open CCC Apply

CCC Apply International

Data Element(s)

Open CCC Apply and CCC Apply International:

ccc_id

term_code

term_description

enroll_status

Calculations

Prospective students who applied to attend community college in the selected year through CCC Apply OR through International CCC Apply

       Applied in the selected academic year through the OPEN CCC Apply version of the application

WHERE [term_code OR term_description in (summer, fall, winter, spring)

       OR applied to attend in the selected academic year through the International CCC Apply version of the application

OR WHERE term_code OR term_description in (summer, fall, winter, spring)]

       AND exclude high school students applying as special admit

AND enroll_status not equal to Y

       AND indicated an Adult Education/ESL goal

AND edu_goal in (K, L, N)

       AND count students at the selected college where the student applied

Denominator

n/a

Value Type

Unduplicated Count of Students

Notes

        Metric will not be displayed on the dashboard but will be used as a denominator for the following metrics:

o   SM 300SX Adult Ed or ESL Applicants Who Enrolled in the Same Community College in a Term in the Selected Year

o   SM 301SX Adult Ed or ESL Applicants Who Enrolled in Any Community College in a Term in the Selected Year

o   SM 302SX Wrapper Metric for Adult Ed or ESL Applicants Who Enrolled in a Community College

        For the years 2012-13 to 2018-19 only colleges using Open CCC Apply are included.

        Prior to 2018-19, many colleges were not using Open CCC Apply for noncredit students; so, figures may be understated.

        For a student to be included, sufficient information has to be provided in the OPEN CCC Apply file to be able to match the student in the college MIS enrollment file, including either a social security number, or name, birthdate, and gender.

        Applicants who did not provide consent for the release of personal information are not included.

SM 340SY Short-Term Career Education Applicants Who Applied to Attend in the Selected Year Through OPEN CCC Apply or Through International CCC Apply

Description

Students who applied to attend community college in the selected year through CCC Apply excluding special admit and indicated a short-term career education goal

Data Source(s)

Open CCC Apply

CCC Apply International

Data Element(s)

Open CCC Apply and CCC Apply International:

ccc_id

term_code

term_description

enroll_status

Calculations

Prospective students who applied to attend community college in the selected year through CCC Apply OR through International CCC Apply

       Applied in the selected academic year through the OPEN CCC Apply version of the application

WHERE [term_code OR term_description in (summer, fall, winter, spring)

       OR applied to attend in the selected academic year through the International CCC Apply version of the application

OR WHERE term_code OR term_description in (summer, fall, winter, spring)]

       AND exclude high school students applying as special admit

AND enroll_status not equal to Y

       AND indicated a Short-Term Career Education goal

AND edu_goal in (E,F,G,H,I)

        AND count students at the selected college where the student applied

Denominator

n/a

Value Type

Unduplicated Count of Students

Notes

        Metric will not be displayed on the dashboard but will be used as a denominator for the following metrics:

o   SM 300SY Short-Term Career Education Applicants Who Enrolled in the Same Community College in a Term in the Selected Year

o   SM 301SY Short-Term Career Education Applicants Who Enrolled in Any Community College in a Term in the Selected Year

o   SM 302SY Wrapper Metric for Short-Term Career Education Applicants Who Enrolled in a Community College

        For the years 2012-13 to 2018-19 only colleges using Open CCC Apply are included.

        Prior to 2018-19, many colleges were not using Open CCC Apply for noncredit students; so, figures may be understated.

        For a student to be included, sufficient information has to be provided in the OPEN CCC Apply file to be able to match the student in the college MIS enrollment file, including either a social security number, or name, birthdate, and gender.

        Applicants who did not provide consent for the release of personal information are not included.

SM 340SZ Degree/Transfer Applicants Who Applied to Attend in the Selected Year Through OPEN CCC Apply or Through International CCC Apply

Description

Students who applied to attend community college in the selected year through CCC Apply excluding special admit and indicated a degree/transfer goal

Data Source(s)

Open CCC Apply

CCC Apply International

Data Element(s)

Open CCC Apply and CCC Apply International:

ccc_id

term_code

term_description

enroll_status

Calculations

Prospective students who applied to attend community college in the selected year through CCC Apply OR through International CCC Apply

       Applied in the selected academic year through the OPEN CCC Apply version of the application

WHERE [term_code OR term_description in (summer, fall, winter, spring)

       OR applied to attend in the selected academic year through the International CCC Apply version of the application

OR WHERE term_code OR term_description in (summer, fall, winter, spring)]

       AND exclude high school students applying as special admit

AND enroll_status not equal to Y

       AND indicated a Degree/Transfer goal

AND edu_goal in (A,B,C,D)

        AND count students at the selected college where the student applied

Denominator

n/a

Value Type

Unduplicated Count of Students

Notes

        Metric will not be displayed on the dashboard but will be used as a denominator for the following metrics:

o   SM 300SZ Degree/Transfer Applicants Who Enrolled in the Same Community College in a Term in the Selected Year

o   SM 301SZ Degree/Transfer Applicants Who Enrolled in Any Community College in a Term in the Selected Year

o   SM 302SZ Wrapper Metric for Degree/Transfer Applicants Who Enrolled in a Community College

        For the years 2012-13 to 2018-19 only colleges using Open CCC Apply are included.

        For a student to be included, sufficient information has to be provided in the OPEN CCC Apply file to be able to match the student in the college MIS enrollment file, including either a social security number, or name, birthdate, and gender.

        Applicants who did not provide consent for the release of personal information are not included.

SM 340SU Undecided/Other Applicants Who Applied to Attend in the Selected Year Through OPEN CCC Apply or Through International CCC Apply

Description

Students who applied to attend community college in the selected year through CCC Apply excluding special admit and indicated an undecided/other goal

Data Source(s)

Open CCC Apply

CCC Apply International

Data Element(s)

Open CCC Apply and CCC Apply International:

ccc_id

term_code

term_description

enroll_status

Calculations

Prospective students who applied to attend community college in the selected year through CCC Apply OR through International CCC Apply

       Applied in the selected academic year through the OPEN CCC Apply version of the application

WHERE [term_code OR term_description in (summer, fall, winter, spring)

       OR applied to attend in the selected academic year through the International CCC Apply version of the application

OR WHERE term_code OR term_description in (summer, fall, winter, spring)]

       AND exclude high school students applying as special admit

AND enroll_status not equal to Y

       AND indicated an undecided or other goal

AND edu_goal in (J,M,O)

        AND count students at the selected college where the student applied

Denominator

n/a

Value Type

Unduplicated Count of Students

Notes

        Metric will not be displayed on the dashboard but will be used as a denominator for the following metrics:

o   SM 300SU Undecided/Other Applicants Who Enrolled in the Same Community College in a Term in the Selected Year

o   SM 301SU Undecided/Other Applicants Who Enrolled in Any Community College in a Term in the Selected Year

o   SM 302SU Wrapper Metric for Undecided/Other Applicants Who Enrolled in a Community College

        For the years 2012-13 to 2018-19 only colleges using Open CCC Apply are included.

        Prior to 2018-19, many colleges were not using Open CCC Apply for noncredit students; so, figures may be understated.

        For a student to be included, sufficient information has to be provided in the OPEN CCC Apply file to be able to match the student in the college MIS enrollment file, including either a social security number, or name, birthdate, and gender.

        Applicants who did not provide consent for the release of personal information are not included.

SM 340SW All Applicants Who Applied to Attend in the Selected Year Through OPEN CCC Apply or Through International CCC Apply

Description

Students who applied to attend community college in the selected year through CCC Apply excluding special admit

Data Source(s)

Open CCC Apply

CCC Apply International

Data Element(s)

Open CCC Apply and CCC Apply International:

ccc_id

term_code

term_description

enroll_status

Calculations

Prospective students who applied to attend community college in the selected year through CCC Apply OR through International CCC Apply

       Applied in the selected academic year through the OPEN CCC Apply version of the application

WHERE [term_code OR term_description in (summer, fall, winter, spring)

       OR applied to attend in the selected academic year through the International CCC Apply version of the application

OR WHERE term_code OR term_description in (summer, fall, winter, spring)]

       AND exclude high school students applying as special admit

AND enroll_status not equal to Y

        AND count students at the selected college where the student applied

Denominator

n/a

Value Type