Student Degree Progress and Success
The Degree Progress and Success Analysis is a model for analyzing and reporting the progress toward degree completion of community college students incorporating developmental education needs and completion, interim measures of success, and transfer to other institutions including private and out-of-state institutions.
The Degree Progress Analysis was developed by the Maryland Community College Accountability Work Team during 2005 in response to a charge from the statewide community college presidents' group (Maryland Council of Community College Chief Executive Officers). The presidents appointed the Work Team with an initial charge to "Create a value-added statewide assessment model incorporating developmental studies, graduation, transfer, and job placement." The Degree Progress Analysis addresses the first three outcomes measures contained in this charge. The Maryland Model for Degree Progress was subsequently adapted for Lane Community College students.
- Student Right-to-know Act Graduation and Transfer-out Rates
- Executive Summary
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Cohort Overview (Table-Pie Charts), Overview Notes and Exclusions
- Group Overview (Table), Group Overview (Pie Charts)
- Fall 2003 Cohort Group Comparison (Pie Charts)
- All Cohort Students (Detail Table)
- Group 1: Degree Ready Students (Detail Table)
- Group 2: Non-Degree Ready/Developmental Completers (Detail Table)
- Group 3: Non-Degree Ready/Non-Developmental Completers (Detail Table)