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Student Transfer Reports

Student Transfer Reports

  • Transfer Report: Overview information on PCC students who transferred to other State universities.
  • List of four-year institutions where PCC student transfer. Where do PCC's students transfer to? This report shows how many PCC students who attended the College in five terms starting Fall 2010 and transferred to any four-year institution in the U.S. within three years. It includes both new-to-higher-education students and all students who were enrolled in those terms.
  • PCC to UA Transfer Student Success: Reports success of students who transferred from PCC to the University of Arizona.
  • Grade distribution of PCC transfer students in classes at the University of Arizona compared to students who did not attend PCC*
  • Top 50 Report: Shows how many PCC students who attended between Spring 2013 and Spring 2017 were enrolled at one of the top 50 universities July 2016 and August 2017.
  • Top 200 Report: Shows how many PCC students who attended between Spring 2013 and Spring 2017 were enrolled at one of the top 200 universities between July 2016 and August 2017.
  • Reverse Transfer Study: Number of students from 2005-06 to 2013-14 who transferred to an Arizona university with PCC credits.

AZTransfer Reports:

  • Key Performance Indicators: Shows how Arizona's transfer KPI's are measuring up, with charts and graphs.
  • First-Year Performance Reports: Provides National Community College Benchmark Project (NCCBP) Survey data about AZCC transfers to an Arizona public university. The data includes number of transfers, average cumulative first-year GPA, total first-year credit hours and the average credit hours taken in the first year, and persistence to the next year at the same university. Transfer cohorts from 2011-12 through 2016-17. 
    • The statewide report is of transfers with 12 or more transfer credits from one or more public Arizona community colleges.
    • The PCC report shows the number of transfers with 12 or more transfer credits from your institution.
  • Graduation Rate Reports (Enterprise Metric): Provides the number and percentage of full-time AZCC transfer students in Fall 2013 that graduated with a baccalaureate degree from the university within 4 years of transfer (through the summer 2017). 
    • The statewide report is of transfers with 12 or more transfer credits from one or more public Arizona community colleges.
    • The PCC report shows the number of transfers with 12 or more transfer credits from your institution.
  • Baccalaureate Degree Reports: Reports the counts of students receiving baccalaureate degrees who started at the Arizona public university as an AZCC transfer. Trend from 2011-12 to 2016-17, with breakouts for demographics, disciplines, and academic preparation at entry.
    • The statewide report shows the number of baccalaureate recipients who entered the university as a transfer with 12 or more transfer credits from one or more public Arizona community colleges. 
    • The PCC report shows the number of baccalaureate recipients who entered the university as a transfer with 12 or more transfer credits from PCC.
  • New transfers from PCC to Arizona State universities from 2011-12 to 2016-17 with demographic characteristics and transfer hours at entry.
  • New transfers from Arizona Statewide community colleges to Arizona State universities from 2011-12 to 2016-17 with demographic characteristics and transfer hours at entry.
  • New transfers from PCC to Arizona State universities compared to other urban Arizona community colleges by academic year and Baccalaureate degree recipients.
  • New freshman who entered an Arizona university from 2011-12 to 2016-17 with credits from Pima Community College with demographic characteristics and transfer hours at entry.
  • New freshman who entered an Arizona university from 2011-12 to 2016-17 with credits from any Arizona Community College with demographic characteristics and transfer hours at entry.
  • PCC Transfer Rates: PCC's transfer rates for the New-to-Higher Education Cohorts from 2006-07 to 2012-13.
  • Summary of Arizona Community College Transfer Rates: Transfer rates for the New-to-Higher Education Cohorts of all Arizona Community Colleges 2006-07 to 2012-13.

* For this indicator we compare to the full University of Arizona population as we cannot separate out students who did not attend PCC. Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University (coming soon)

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