Institutional Enrollment & Performance
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness & Research creates analytical reports that help the college administration make effective decisions. These reports are available by request, and some are available on the website. Following the college’s strategic direction, it is this office’s goal to communicate thoughtfully and clearly in a transparent way the successes and opportunities at Arizona Western College.
Standard Reports (as of the 45th day):
Standard Reports (as of semester end):
Federal Reports to U.S. Department of Education:National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) includes:
- General Information
- Estimated Student Expenses (before aid)
- Financial Aid
- Retention and Graduation Rates
- Varsity Athletic Teams
- Campus Security
- Federal Loans
Office of Postsecondary Education:
|Campus Crime and Security||Download|
|Campus Fire Safety||Download|
|Equity in Athletics||Download|
|2018-2019 Fact Book||Download|
|2017-2018 Fact Book||Download|
|2016-2017 Fact Book||Download|
|2015-2016 Fact Book||Download|
|2014-2015 Fact Book||Download|
|2013-2014 Fact Book||Download|
|2012-2013 Fact Book||Download|
|2011-2012 Fact Book||Download|
|2010-2011 Fact Book||Download|
|2009-2010 Fact Book||Download|
|2007-2008 Fact Book||Download|
|2006-2007 Fact Book||Download|
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Research, and Grants reports institutional performance indicators of annual and 10-year trend (as of Fall 2011) performance indicators for enrollment, student learning, and cost efficiency to the District Governing Board and the college community each fall.
|2018 Ten-year Institutional Performance Indicators||Download|
|2017 Ten-year Institutional Performance Indicators||Download|
|2016 Ten-year Institutional Performance Indicators||Download|
|2015 Ten-Year Institutional Performance Indicators||Download|
|2008-2009 Institutional Benchmarks||Download|
|2007-2008 Institutional Benchmarks||Download|
|2006-2007 Institutional Benchmarks||Download|
|2005-2006 Institutional Benchmarks||Download|
|2004-2005 Institutional Benchmarks||Download|
|2003-2004 Institutional Benchmarks||Download|
Student Progress and Outcomes Report
|2018 Student Progress and Outcomes Report||Download|
|2017 Student Progress and Outcomes Report||Download|
|Arizona Community Colleges 2017 District Outcomes Report||Download|
|2016 Student Progress and Outcomes Report||Download|
|Arizona Community Colleges 2016 District Outcomes Report||Download|
|2015 Student Progress and Outcomes Report||Download|
|Arizona Community Colleges 2015 District Outcomes Report||Download|
Federal & State Reports
The IPEDS Peer Analysis System is designed to enable a user to compare a postsecondary institution of the user's choice to a group of peer institutions which are also selected by the user. It provides a variety of analytical features for peer analysis. This includes the ability to create new calculated variables, to sort and rank schools based on the data items selected, and to view standard report templates.
(Quoted from: http://nces.ed.gov/datatools/index.asp?datatoolsectionid=2)
Arizona Western Colleges uses the Executive Peer Tool (ExPT) to compare itself to peer institutions. The Executive Peer Tool uses all of the data available in the printed Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Data Feedback Report (DFR) and additional variables from the latest collection year. Provided for your convenience is the link to the Executive Peer Tool:
NCES IPEDS Data Feedback Reports:
Workforce & Economic Data & Information
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Research writes semi-annual workforce reports that highlight historic and current unemployment and economic impact statistics. In these reports, the staff analyze the intersections of Arizona Western College students, their education, and work opportunities in the area. These reports influence college-wide initiatives, such as program creation and career placement opportunities.
Unemployment by Month:
|Unemployment Report-Unemployment rates from 2007-June 2017||Download|
Semi-Annual Workforce and Economic Reports:
|Environmental Scanning December 2013||Download|
|Workforce Development Survey-April 2006||Download|
Student Right to Know
Arizona Western College is pleased to provide the following information regarding our institution's graduation/completion and transfer-out rates. The information is provided in compliance with the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended. The rates reflect the graduation/completion and transfer-out status of our full-time, first-time, degree or certificate seeking undergraduates and student athletes that received athletic financial aid who enrolled during the 2011-2012 school year for whom 150% of the normal time-to-completion has elapsed.
During the fall semester of 2011, 904 first-time, full-time, certificate or degree-seeking undergraduate students entered Arizona Western College. After 3 years (i.e., as of August 31, 2013), 16% of these students had graduated from our institution or completed their programs and 16% had transferred to other higher education institutions.
Enrollment of our full-time, degree-/certificate-seeking undergraduates and students who received athletically-related aid during the 2013-2014 school year is also provided.
Questions related to this report should be directed to the Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Research, and Grants at (928) 344-7620.
While reviewing this information, please bear in mind:
- All graduation rates are based upon three years of attendance, which equates to 150% of the normal completion time of our longest program.
- These charts do not identify the reasons why our students withdrew; therefore, students who withdrew for personal or medical reasons are included.
- Graduation and transfer-out rates do not include students who left school to serve in the armed forces or on official church missions or with a foreign aid service of the federal government, or students who died or were totally and permanentaly disabled.
- A pound sign (#) denotes any cohort/subcohort with fewer than five students. The College is not required to disclose this information. A "N/A" denotes not applicable (cohort/subcohort had no students).
In accordance with the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, Arizona Western College has complied information on completion/graduation and transfer rates for student athletes meeting specific criteria. Any questions on the report can be directed to:
Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Research, and Grants
P.O. Box 929, Yuma, AZ 85366-0929
(928) 344-7620 Fax (928) 317-6012
College Employee & Student Satisfaction
Student and employee satisfaction define what Arizona Western College believes is excellence and high-quality standards. The staff designed and administered a questionnaire to study academic, social, and environmental aspects of satisfaction within the college. This study assists the college administration and instructors with their quality-assurance initiatives, focusing priorities, and with implementing resources to increase community satisfaction.
For the first time in Fall 2013, we measured employee satisfaction. While Arizona Western College data are baseline data for comparison in the future, comparative results were available from other two-year colleges across the nation who took the same survey.
The College Employee Satisfaction Survey was administered in September-October 2013 in cooperation with Noel-Levitz.
The survey was collected online during work hours in Fall 2013. There were 347 respondents. Please see the following links to view results and how we compared to community colleges across the nation.Survey results-AWC Fall CESS
Survey results-Fall CESS national comparison
Presentation summarizing results
For further information on this survey, please contact Institutional Effectiveness, Research, and Grants at (928) 344-7620.
Arizona Western College regularly measures student satisfaction. Beginning in Fall 2010, we began using the Student Satisfaction Inventory by Noel-Levitz to gather baseline and comparison data every two years. A benefit of this instrument is that comparative results are available from other two-year colleges across the nation and in the Western States who took the same survey at the same time.
The survey was collected in class in October 2016. Please see the following links to view results.
|Survey results-AWC Fall 2016||Download|
|Survey results-Fall 2016 western states comparison||Download|
|Survey results-Fall 2016 national comparison||Download|
|Presentation summarizing Fall 2016 results||Download|
|SSI Interpretive Guide||Download|
|Fall 2016 local questions||Download|
The survey was collected in class in December 2014. Please see the following links to view results compared to community colleges across the nation and western states, and compared to 2010 results. A link also provides the 10 local additional questions asked.
|Survey results-AWC Fall 2014||Download|
|Survey results-Fall 2014 western states comparison||Download|
|Survey results-Fall 2014 national comparison||Download|
|Presentation summarizing Fall 2014 results||Download|
|Fall 2014 local questions||Download|
The survey was collected in class in December 2012. Please see the following links to view results compared to community colleges across the nation and western states, and compared to 2010 results. A link also provides the 10 local additional questions asked.
|Survey results-AWC Fall 2012||Download|
|Survey results-Fall 2012 western states comparison||Download|
|Survey results-Fall 2012 national comparison||Download|
|Presentation summarizing Fall 2012 results||Download|
|Fall 2012 local questions||Download|
The survey was collected in class in September 2010. Please see the following links to view results compared to community colleges across the nation and western states. A link also provides the 10 local additional questions asked.
|Survey results-Fall 2010 western states comparison||Download|
|Survey results-Fall 2010 national comparison||Download|
|Presentation summarizing Fall 2010 results||Download|
|Fall 2010 local questions||Download|
For further information on this survey, please contact Institutional Effectiveness, Research, and Grants at 928.344.7620.