Who Are Our Students?

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Who Are Our Students?

  1. 1. Who Are Our Online Students?Comparison between College and National Data November 2011
  2. 2. Data Notes COLLEGE NATIONAL Source: JIRA Data Report – October 2011 Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) (n=21,480) (n=5,046) (in thousands) Academic year 2010/2011 Academic year 2007/2008Online classes are defined as those classes with Data represents Number and percentage ofthe following campus/center codes and n 100% undergraduate students in post secondarynon face-to-face instructional time: institutions taking distance education courses.A0720 Open Campus NCES asked that we interpret data with caution.A7300 DTC Online Estimate is unstable because the standard errorB7300 NC Online represents more than 30 percent of the estimate.C7300 KC OnlineD7300 SC OnlineF7300 Nassau OnlineG7300 Deerwood OnlineH7300 Cecil Online** All figures reported are based on unduplicatedheadcounts except for Awards Earned as manystudents earned multiple awards. Interpret data with caution! General comparisons are being made.
  3. 3. Student Gender COLLEGE NATIONALUnduplicated students in online courses (n=21,480) (n=5,046) (in thousands) Academic year 2010/2011 Academic year 2007/2008 0% 0% Male 34% Male 39% Female Female 66% 61% Source: JIRA Data Report – October 2011 Source: National Center for Education Statistics
  4. 4. Age COLLEGE NATIONALUnduplicated students in online courses (n=21,480) (n=5,046) (in thousands) Academic year 2010/2011 Academic year 2007/2008 36% 39% 64% 61% 25-29 30+ 24-29 30+ Source: JIRA Data Report – October 2011 Source: National Center for Education Statistics Interpret data with caution! Age groups do not properly match up.
  5. 5. Age COLLEGE 4% 17% 34% 26% 19% < 19 19-20 21-24 25-29 30+Source: JIRA Data Report – October 2011
  6. 6. Full-time vs. Part-time Enrollment Online COLLEGE NATIONALUnduplicated students in online courses (n=21,480) (n=5,046) (in thousands) Academic year 2010/2011 Academic year 2007/2008 8% 8% 92% 92% Full-time Part-time Full-time Part-time Source: JIRA Data Report – October 2011 Source: National Center for Education Statistics
  7. 7. Full-Time Enrollment Online COLLEGE 1,310 1,400 1,200 1,000 800 600 348 400 200 39 0 Fall Spring SummerSource: JIRA Data Report – October 2011
  8. 8. Part-Time Enrollment Online COLLEGE 13,385 14,000 12,000 10,000 8,000 5728 6,000 4,000 1804 2,000 0 Fall Spring SummerSource: JIRA Data Report – October 2011
  9. 9. Prep Course Online COLLEGECompleted at least one prep course online during the Academic Year 2010/2011 Unduplicated students in online courses (n=21,480) 5% Yes No 95%Source: JIRA Data Report – October 2011
  10. 10. Degree Completers COLLEGENumber of students who took online courses to complete their degree during Academic Year 2010/2011 Duplicated headcount - many students earned multiple awards. 3000 2843 2500 2000 1500 1000 549 500 88 533 165 0 17 22 90 AA AAS AS BAS BS BSN TCert Source: JIRA Data Report – October 2011 VCert
  11. 11. SummaryMajority of our students are: Female Over 30 years of age Attend part-time Are seeking their A.A. degree

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