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updated: 01/08/09

Current Trends in Measuring Progress at 2-Yr Institutions

presented by

Patrick Perry, California Community College Chancellor's Office

Date of webinar: May 11, 2011

This webinar has been archived.

If you still would like to view the webinar, you can order it on a CD. To obtain the CD, click here and fill out the Registration Form with the appropriate webinar you would like on CD and either mail or fax the form to the CSRDE.


This presentation will provide an in-depth update on the various efforts underway to measure the progress of students in two-year institutions, including post transfer metrics of students that have continued onward through the baccalaureate. Community Colleges have received a great emphasis on constructing meaningful baseline progress metrics, and now national efforts are attempting to set standards for progress and also create alternative measures of success unique to the two-year sector. A critical factor in creating meaningful rates is determining who at a community college campus is truly degree-seeking, and measuring similar students at each campus; confounding factors include levels of remediation upon entry, full-time status of students, and other socioeconomic factors out of the control of the campus.




The Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange at the University of Oklahoma is a consortium of two-year and four-year institutions dedicated to achieving the highest levels of student success through collaboratively sharing data, knowledge, and innovation.

CSRDE is a sponsored activity of the Center for Institutional Data Exchange and Analysis at

The University of Oklahoma Outreach
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