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Quick facts 2014-03252014

  1. 1. January 2014 QUICK FACTS Office of Institutional Research Service Area Houston Independent School District, Katy, Spring Branch, Alief, Stafford Municipal District, and the Fort Bend portion of Missouri City, City of Pearland, and southern portion of City of Houston. District Trustee I Zeph Capo II Dave Wilson III Dr. Adriana Tamez IV Carroll G. Robinson V Robert Glaser, Secretary VI Sandie Mullins VII Neeta Sane, Chair VIII Eva L. Loredo IX Christopher W. Oliver, Vice Chair Trustees are elected from single-member districts for staggered six-years. HCC Trustees College Administration Renee Byas Chancellor (Interim) Charles Cook Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs William Carter Vice Chancellor for Information Technology Thomas Estes Vice Chancellor for Finance & Planning Diana Pino Vice Chancellor for Student Services Janet May Chief Human Resources Officer William Harmon President – Central Betty Young President – Coleman College for Health Science Margaret Ford-Fisher President – Northeast Zachary Hodges President – Northwest Irene Porcarello President – Southeast Fena Garza President – Southwest Contact Houston Community College by phone at 713.718.2000 or on the Web at http://www.hccs.edu HCC District Building 3100 Main, Houston, 77002 713.718.2000 HCC Central 1300 Holman, Houston, 77004 713.718.6000 HCC Coleman College for Health Sciences 1900 Pressler, Houston, 77030 713.718.7400 HCC Northeast 555 Community College Dr, Houston, 77013 713.718.8300 HCC Northwest 1550 Foxlake Dr., Houston, 77084 713.718.5757 HCC Southeast 6815 Rustic, Houston, 77087 713.718.7000 HCC Southwest 5407 Gulfton, Houston, 77081 713.718.7760 HCC Administration/College 2012-2013 Budget & RevenueHistory • 1971: Created under governance of Houston Independent School District as a result of a public referendum • 1989: Separated from HISD and established own Board of Trustees • 1992: Restructured into a multi-college system Accreditation The Houston Community College System is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the associate degree. Equal Opportunity HCC is committed to a workplace and educational environment free of discrimination and harassment based upon race, color, religion, age, sex, gender expression, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation.
  2. 2. January 2014 QUICK FACTS Office of Institutional Research Published by HCC Office of Institutional Research, Data for Fall 2013 (End of Term) Fall 2013 Full Time Faculty & Personnel 2013 Fall Enrollment End of Term 2013 Graduates by Degree/ Certificate SCH Fall 2013 Student Demographics End of Term SCH Fall 2013 Tuition & Fees (15 Credit Hours) Percent Number Semester Credit Hour (SCH) 82.9% 58,068 CEU Credit 9.4% 6,600 Noncredit 1.4% 988 Adult Literacy 6.3% 4,381 Total (Unduplicated) 100.0% 69,714 Full-time Equivalent (SCH) 38,698 International Students (SCH) Semester Credit Hour 4,469 2013 Average Class Size (SCH) Semester Credit Hour 21.6% Contact Houston Community College by phone at 713.718.2000 or on the Web at http://www.hccs.edu Gender Percent Male 42.4% Female 57.6% Ethnicity Percent African-American 31.0% American Indian 0.4% Asian 9.5% Caucasian 15.2% Hispanic 31.7% Nonresident Alien 9.2% Unknown 3.1% Age Percent Under 18 7.4% 18-21 31.9% 22-35 45.5% 36-50 11.7% 51-Over 3.2% Average Age 26.5% Enrollment Status Percent Full Time (12 SCH) 30.6% Part Time 69.4% Enrollment By Residency Percent In-District 66.5% Out-of-District 22.5% Out-of-State 7.2% Out-of-Country 3.6% In-District $1,014.00 Out-of-District $2,094.00 Out-of-State $2,341.50 Personnel Number Administrators 145 FT Faculty 786 PT Faculty 2,791 FT Support Staff 1,120 Faculty Percent Doctorate 21.5% Masters 53.5% Bachelors and Others 24.8% Degree/Certificate Number Associate in Applied Science 1,333 Associate in Arts 2,210 Associate in Science 891 Associate Arts in Teaching 11 Certificates 1,566 Advanced Technology (ATC) 18 Total 6,029 Other Awards Completion of Core Curriculum 3,934 Marketable Skills Achiever 1,036 2013-2014 Budget & Revenue 2013-2014 Unrestricted Operating Budget Amount $308,103,514 2013-2014 Projected Revenue State Appropriations Tuition/Fees Ad Valorem Taxes Other Local Income Assig Funds Balance Transfers FY 13 Purchase Order Rolls Total $69,202,364 $112,941,524 $101,478,107 $2,977,550 $14,731,391 $6,772,578 $308,103,514

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