Measuring Success

Texas Completes is working with a Cadre of Texas Colleges to create an ideal path toward credential completion.
Connection
  • % dual enrollment students that actually matriculate at your college and any college
  • % students straight from high school referred to developmental Math and English, broken down by level
DevEd
  • % students referred to developmental education who successfully complete or test out of the highest level of developmental education within 1, 2 or 3 years
  • % students who complete gateway Math and English and (Reading and Writing) within 1, 2 or 3 years
    • On first attempt
    • On multiple attempts
    Persistence
    • % students who persist (cohort)
        • Fall to Fall
        • Fall to Spring
        • Year to Year
    • % students who reach set amount of college-level credits in one year and two years
        • Full-Time (12 in one year/24 in two years)
        • Part-Time (6 in one year/12 in two years)
    • % of total credit hours attempted (by cohort) and successfully completed in 2 academic years
    • % students who successfully complete the core within 3, 4 and 6 years
    • % students completing 25%, 50%, 75% of their core requirements within 1, 2 or 3 years
    Completion
    • % students who complete a credential within 3, 4 or 6 years
        • 1 year or less certificate
        • More than 1 year certificate
        • 2 year degree
        • 4 year degree
        • Transferred to a 4 year with a credential
        • Transferred to a 4 year without a credential
    • Average # of excess college-level credits outside the requirements for program of study
    • % students who transfer and receive a two-year or four-year degree

    Rethinking College Practices