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In accordance with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) Standard 8.1 (Core Requirement), which states, "The institution identifies, evaluates, and publishes goals and outcomes for student achievement appropriate to the institution's mission...," Mountain View College has identified the following four students achievement criteria (Student Achievement Goals/Student Learning Outcomes) as:
Mountain View College has identified four (4) student achievement goals, baseline data, benchmarks and targets for student achievementand success. Data and established targets are also published on the College Website and is in alignment with the College's missionstatement, "empowering people and transforming communities".
The four (4) student success goals are:1. Fall To Fall Retention is to be maintained at or above 40 % as the college baseline data and benchmark data is reviewedannually. MVC is trending upward for both part time and full time retention as we look at the college's baseline, Peer and District data comparisons.2. 3 - Year Graduation Rates are to maintain 20% success over a 3-year period of First Time in College (FTIC) students. Baseline data has grown by 69.3% over the last three years. Both Peer and District data comparisons are trending upwards.3. State Nursing Licensure Exam- The Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program will maintain a pass rate of 80% or aboveon the state licensing exam. Baseline data has grown by 7% over the last three years. Both Peer and District data comparisons are trending upwards.4. Transfer and Student Success measures will be reviewed annually and maintain a 90% success rate for academic programs anda 80% success rate technical programs. Baseline data is trending upwards of 90% success and transfer rates in academic programs over the last three years. Additionally, baseline data in technical programs is maintaining above 80% in success and transfer rates over the last three years. In Peer and District data comparisons, MVC is maintaining above 90% in academic programs and at 84% or above in technical programs regarding transfer and student success rates.
Note: The first chart for each goal is the baseline data for MVC. The second chart for each goal is MVC as compared to the 2019 State of Texas Almanac identified peer institutions. The peer institutions are Palo Alto, McLennan, Laredo and Navarro Colleges. The third chart for each goal is MVC compared to to the Colleges of the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD). The DCCCD institutions are Brookhaven College, Cedar Valley College, Eastfield College, El Centro College, North Lake College and Richland College.