Disclosure of Institutional (General Student Body)
Enrollment, Graduation/Completion, and Transfer-out Rates
Joliet Junior 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 students who enrolled during the 2006-07 school year and for whom 150% of the normal time-to-completion has elapsed.
During the 2006 fall semester 1,279 first-time, full-time, certificate or degree-seeking undergraduate students entered Joliet Junior College. After 3 years (i.e., as of August 31, 2009. Just over nine percent (9.5%) of these students had graduated from our institution or completed their programs and 34.9% had transferred to other higher education institutions prior to completing.
The statistics released by the Illinois Community College Board reflect how first-time, full-time, certificate/degree-seeking students who entered Joliet Junior College in Fall 2006 compared with other community college students in the State of Illinois. Sixty-seven percent (67.4%) of the Fall 2006 Cohort had completed, transferred, or were still enrolled three years later.
Source: ICCB GRS Report for JJC and all Illinois Community Colleges 03/22/2010.
While reviewing this information, please bear in mind:
- Graduation and transfer-out rates are based on 3 years of attendance that equates to 150% of our longest program.
- Graduation (and transfer-out) rates do not include students who left the school to serve in the armed forces, on official church missions, or in the foreign service of the federal government. Students who died or were totally and permanently disabled are also excluded.
- Three years is a relatively short time period for community college students, many students also work full-time or part-time. Students may change enrollment status from full-time to part-time, may leave school temporarily for work or family reasons, may change their mind regarding program of study, or may require developmental coursework upon admission, factors that may tend to delay events like graduation or transfer.
Below you will find links for Cleary Section and Mandates and Crime Statistics:
Cleary Section and Mandates
Student Right-to-Know Crime Statististics
Published in compliance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act:
Public Law 101-542, Sec.103 et.seq.