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Fast Facts

  1. College of Marin
  2. California Community Colleges 

Institutional Overview

Established in 1926, College of Marin (COM) is located approximately 15 miles north of San Francisco in Marin County. The College consists of two campuses. The Kentfield Campus is located on 77 acres in Central Marin; the Indian Valley Campus is located on 333 acres in North Marin.

The College offers more than 40 degree programs leading to an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree and over 20 Certificates of Achievement with various specialties. Over 200 articulation and transfer agreements with the University of California, California State University, and private colleges have been established.

The College serves approximately 9,000 students each term. Approximately 5,700 students enroll in COM’s credit program. About 1,300 students enroll in English as a Second Language classes. Approximately 1,900 enroll in community education classes. Some students enroll in both credit and noncredit classes to meet their goals.  The College employs about 300 permanent staff and faculty and many part-time employees.

 

Enrollment

  1. Credit Student Enrollment by Term by Campus: Spring 2005-2015
  2. Credit Student Enrollment by Term by Campus: Fall 2004-2014
  3. Credit Enrollment Trends by Division: Fall and Spring 2009-2015
  4. Total Credits and Average Credit Load: Fall and Spring 2009-2015
  5. Full-Time/Part-Time Enrollments: Fall 2003-2014 
  6. Time of Day Enrolled by Credit and Noncredit Classes: Fall 2009-2014
  7. Time of Day Enrolled by Credit and Noncredit Classes: Spring 2010-2015

Student Characteristics

  1. Credit Students by Gender: Fall 2001-2014 
  2. Credit Students by Race/Ethnicity: Fall 2001-2014
  3. Credit Students by Age: Fall 2001-2014
  4. Credit Students by Campus, Gender, Race/Ethnicity and Age Group: Spring 2010-2015
  5. Credit Students by Campus, Gender, Race/Ethnicity and Age Group: Fall 2009-2014
  6. Credit Students by Geographic Residence: Fall 2001-2014
  7. Credit Students Educational Goals:  Fall 2009-2014
  8. Credit Students Educational Goals by Race/Ethnicity: Fall 2010-2014
  9. Credit Students Enrollment Status: Fall 2009-Fall 2014 (new, returning, transfer, etc.) 
  10. Credit Students by Highest Level of Education Earned
  11. Credit Students by College Preparation
  12. Credit Student Characteristics
         
    Spring 2015
        
    Fall 2014
         Spring 2014
         Fall 2013
         Spring 2013
         Fall 2012
  13. Noncredit Student Characteristics
       
     Spring 2015
        
    Fall 2014
        
    Spring 2014
         Fall 2013
         Spring 2013
         Fall 2012    
  14. Community Education Student Characteristics
        
    Spring 2015
         Fall 2014
         Spring 2014
         Fall 2013
         Spring 2013
         Fall 2012   

Student Special Populations

Athletes, CalWORKs, CARE, DSPS, EOPS, First Generation, Foster Youth, International Students, Military, High School Students and Veterans

  1. Fall Terms 2012-14
  2. Spring Terms 2013-14

Placement Testing

  1. Assessment Test Placements:  2009-2015

Financial Aid

  1. Students on Financial Aid:  2014-2015

Academic Programs

  1. Number of Subject Areas, Class Sections, and Average Class Size For Credit Students
  2. Credit Students by Majors
         
    Spring Terms 2013-2015
          Fall Terms 2012-2014

Employees

  1. Employment Status by Gender
         Fall 2014
         Fall 2013
         Fall 2012
  2. Employment Status by Race/Ethnicity
         Fall 2014
        
    Fall 2013
         Fall 2012

Student Progress and Outcomes

Progress Measures

  1. Success Rates in Courses by Division: Fall 2009-2014
  2. Success Rates in Courses by Division: Spring 2010-2015
  3. Success Rates in Courses by Student Race/Ethnicity: Fall 2009-2014
  4. Success Rates in Courses by Student Race/Ethnicity: Spring 2010-2015
  5. Success Rates in Basic Skills Courses: Fall 2009-2014
  6. Success Rates in Basic Skills Courses: Spring 2010-2015
  7. Success Rates in Distance Education Courses: Fall 2010-2014
  8. Success Rates in Distance Education Courses: Spring 2010-2015
  9. Retention Rates in Courses by Division: Fall 2009-2014
  10. Retention Rates in Courses by Division: Spring 2010-2015
  11. Retention Rates by  Student Race/Ethnicity: Fall 2009- 2014
  12. Retention Rates by  Student Race/Ethnicity: Spring 2010-2015
  13. Retention Rates in Basic Skills Courses: Fall 2009-Fall 2014
  14. Retention Rates in Basic Skills Courses: Spring 2010-2015
  15. Retention Rates in Distance Education Courses: Fall 2010 - 2014
  16. Retention Rates in Distance Education Courses: Spring 2010 - 2015
  17. Student Persistence to Next Term Overall and by Race/Ethnicity: Fall 2009 - Spring 2015 
  18. Student Progression from Developmental to College-Level Course:  English
  19. Student Progression from Developmental to College-Level Course: Math

Degrees and Certificates

  1. Degrees and Certificates by Type and Term: 2006-07 through 2014-15 
  2. Degrees and Certificates With Ten or More Awarded: 2010-11 through 2014-15

Transfers to Four-Year Institutions

  1. Transfers to UC by Campus 2014
  2. Transfers to UC and CSU by Campus: 2000-01 through 2013-14
  3. Transfers to In-State Private and Out-of-State Institutions - Summary: 2007-08 through 2014-15
  4. Transfer Statistics: In-State Private and Out-of-State-Institutions - by Institution: 2008-09 through 2013-14
  5. Transfers to CSU by Race/Ethnicity: 2013-2014

Licensure Certification/Exam Results

Accountability

Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Goals

  1. Chancellor's Office Institutional Effectiveness Portal for California Community Colleges  (Select "College of Marin" from the drop-down menu to see goals.)

Student Success Scorecard Reports

  1. COM Student Success Scorecard 2015 report presentation to Board of Trustees (April 2015)
  2. COM Student Success Scorecard 2014 report presentation to Board of Trustees (May 2014)
  3. COM Student Success Scorecard 2013 report (ARCC 2.0) presentation to Board of Trustees (April 2013) 

College of Marin Service Area

  1. Marin County Population and COM Credit Students by Area: Spring 2015
  2. Marin County Population and COM Credit Students by Area: Spring 2014
  3. City of Residence: Fall 2011 - Fall 2014
  4. Marin County Demographics: 2000 and 2010
  5. Profile of College of Marin's Service Area
  6. High School Graduate Actuals and Projections: December 2014
  7. High School Graduate Actuals and Projections: November 2012 
  8. Marin Independent Journal Newspaper Article: Marin Schools Enrollment Increases (10/16/2013)

 

 


 

Planning, Research, and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE)
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