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Research Office

Cohort Studies

These reports investigate a particular group of students (otherwise known as a 'cohort') and analyze their enrollment and course success.

2013-14 Academic Year

An Analysis of Students Enrolled in Distance Education Courses at CRC in 2012-13

Five Year Analysis of DE Enrollment and Student Success

CRC Results from the CCCCO DE Student Satisfaction Study

Statewide Results from the CCCCO DE Student Satisfaction Study

2011-12 Academic Year

The following Los Rios District Report provides details about the demographics of recent high school graduates who enrolled at the college between Fall 2007 to 2011

The following report investigates certain student success trends in the CTE Area

This report compares student success in online courses compared to face-to-face classes.

This presentation presents snapshots of our students and their success.

This presentation explores the enrollment and success of our students who are Asian Pacific Islander

 2010-11 Academic Year

 This report examines the impact of a Basic Skills Learning Community

This report examines the transportation habits of students and staff who responded to a transportation survey.   

This presentation examines several trends in the internal and external environment.

This report examines the impact of the Reading and Writing Center on English Course Success Rates

This presentation explores various student success indicators for CRC students who are African American

This brief paper examines enrollment and course success rates by generational type.

2009-10 Academic Year

This brief paper presents information about the enrollment of basic skills students in CTE courses

This report examines the behavioral transfer rate

This paper presents highlights from the 2009 CCCCO Basic Skills Accountability Report

This paper presents an overview of enrollment and success in Basic Skills

This report presents highlights from CRC's participation in creating and pilot testing the UCLA Diverse Learning Environment Survey

2008-09 Academic Year

The following report looks at the results of a survey conducted Spring 2009 asking CRC students who had completed 56 or more college units how well the college contributed to selected General Education Student Learning Outcomes:  GE Student Outcomes Survey

The following report looks at the success rates of students who enrolled in Chemistry 400 after successfully completing Chemistry 300: Chemistry Department Study

2007-08 Academic Year

The following report looks at the differences in average course success rates for those students who used the Math Lab during the 2007-08 Academic year: Math Center Study

The following report looks at the differences in average course success rates for those students who used the Reading/Writing Center Lab during the 2007-08 Academic year: Reading/Writing Center Study

The following report examines various student success measures based on the type of instructional mode (i.e. 'Lab', 'Lecture', 'Internet-based', etc.) or course level: Instructional Delivery System Study

The following report about selected course outcome measures of CRC's First Time and Basic Skills student population was shared with the District's Board of Trustees: Educational Initiative Presentation (Spring 2008)

The following report looks at the improvement in the academic standing of three fall cohorts of CRC students who were identified with "Academic Problems" to see if selected intervention strategies were effective in improving their academic standing: Student Attrition Rate Study

2006-07 Academic Year

he following report summarizes enrollment and success data of student enrolled in basic skills classes at the college: Basic Skills Initiative Data

The following executive summary summarizes key results from the basic skills initiative data: Basic Skills Executive Summary

 

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