In Success Rate in College Level Math Courses

Purpose

To ensure students are successfully completing credit‐bearing Math courses in a timely manner

Description

Percentage of first‐time Associate Degree seeking and transfer pathway students passing a credit‐bearing Math course with a “C” or better within their first two academic years.

Calculation

Denominator: First‐time fall curriculum students who have an Associate Degree primary curriculum program or are in a Career and College Promise College Transfer Primary Pathway.

Numerator: Of those in the denominator, the number earning a grade of “C” or better in at least one credit‐ bearing Math course within their first two academic years.
Note: See appendix for first‐time fall cohort definition

Data Sources

Curriculum Registration, Progress, Financial Aid Report (CRPFAR) data file National Student Clearinghouse

Additional Details

Denominator: First‐time fall curriculum students who have a primary active curriculum program of an Associate Degree or Career and College Promise transfer primary pathway (“A” and “P” curriculum codes) in their first semester at any community college.
Numerator: Of those in the denominator, the number of students earning a grade of “C” or better in at least one credit‐bearing Math course (not including the lab record) within their first two academic years.

WCC Goal: 26.9%
Baseline: 10.1%
WCC Outcome: 27.9%

  1. Basic Skills Student Progress
  2. Credit English Success
  3. Credit Math Success
  4. First Year Progression
  5. Curriculum Completion Rate
  6. Licensure and Certification Passing Rate
  7. College Transfer Performance