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Office of Institutional Research

OIR produces a number of internal reports - available for download or by request.

Click here to view the Fact Books produced annually from 2001 to 2010.

IPEDS Data Submission for 2009-10

The Intersegmental Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) requires data submissions from all accredited U.S. colleges and universities on a regular schedule. Most of the data submitted by SRJC occurs through MIS (Management Information System) at the Chancellor's Office, but must still be verified by the District. The Fall IPEDS submission includes Institutional Characteristics, Completions, and 12-Month Enrollment components. The Winter submission includes the Human Resources and Finance Data components. The Spring collection includes Graduation Rates, Student Financial Aid, and Fall Enrollments. Reports are available by clicking on the links below.

IPEDS Data Report - Fall 2009

Presentations - 2010

"SRJC Student Outcomes At UC and CSU Campuses" - January 2010 SRJC Board Of Trustees presentation

2008-09 IPEDS Data Reports

IPEDS Data Report - Fall 2008

IPEDS Data Report - Winter 2009

IPEDS Data Report - Spring 2009

Presentations - 2008

"Results of the Institutional Learning Outcomes Assessments" - Fall 2008 PDA

"ARCC: Accountability Reporting for Community Colleges" - March 2007 SRJC Board of Trustees presentation updated for 2008

Student Survey - Fall 2007

Since Spring 2001, SRJC's Office of Institutional Research has conducted a student survey every three years, with the third survey administered in Fall 2007. In each of the three surveys, approximately 10% of the student population participated, providing a representative sample. Students were asked about technology use, barriers to student success, transportation, campus climate, and institutional learning outcomes.

Student Survey Highlights Fall 2007

Student Survey Report Fall 2007

Student Survey Report Fall 2007 - Data Split by Age

Student Survey Report Fall 2007 - Data Split by Basic Skills Status

Student Survey Report Fall 2007 - Data Split by Birth Location

Student Survey Report Fall 2007 - Data Split by ESL Status

Student Survey Report Fall 2007 - Data Split by Ethnicity

Student Survey Report Fall 2007 - Data Split by Gender

Labor Center Noncredit ESL Student Survey - July 2007

In July 2007, as part of the SCJCD Regional Community Needs Assessment, students enrolled in noncredit English as a Second Language (ESL) courses were surveyed at the Labor Center in Southwest Santa Rosa. One hundred and thirty seven students submitted surveys, and the results are summarized in this report.

Labor Center Noncredit ESL Student Survey, 2007

Presentations - 2007

"ARCC: Accountability Reporting for Community Colleges" - SRJC Board of Trustees presentation March 2007

Presentations - 2006

"Our Students, Our Future" Fall 2006 PDA

"Research-Based Models of Student Retention: How Can They Apply to Your Classroom?" - Fall 2006 PDA

"Writing General Education Student Learning Outcomes or Core Competencies" - September 2006 Strengthening Student Success Conference

Bicycle Survey Report - Fall 2005

In September 2005, the Office of Institutional Research at Santa Rosa Junior College surveyed students and faculty/staff regarding commute patterns. The survey questions were developed in Spring 2005 with ideas and input from the Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition.

Bicycle Survey Report - Fall 2005

Presentations - 2005

"Tools to Help Faculty With the Variety of Skill Level in the Classroom" - Spring 2005 PDA

"Institutional Student Learning Outcomes at SRJC" - Spring 2005 PDA

Presentations - 2004

"ACCJC's New Accreditation Standards: Lessons Learned From Serving on a Team" - Fall 2004

"Defining Institutional Student Learning Outcomes at SRJC" - Fall 2004 PDA

"Developing Institutional Student Learning Outcomes at SRJC" - Fall 2004 PDA

Presentations - 2003

"Student Learning Outcomes: General Overview" - Fall 2003 PDA

"Case Study: How SRJC Attempts to Assure Data Quality" - presentation to state-wide MIS Meeting at the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office, September 2003

Presentations - 2002

"Data Integrity: What Can You Do To Assure Data Quality?" - RP Group, September 2002

"SCJCD Fact Book 2002: New Facts and Ongoing Trends" - Fall 2002 PDA

"Who Are Our Students?" - Spring 2002 PDA

IPEDS Fall 2002 Submission - OIR Report 02/03-2 - November 2002

The Intersegmental Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) requires data submissions from all accredited U.S. colleges and universities on a regular schedule. Most of the data submitted by SRJC occurs through MIS (Management Information System) at the Chancellor’s Office, but must still be verified by the District. The Fall 2002 IPEDS submission included Institutional Characteristics (programs of study, cost, etc.) and Completions (degrees and certificates awarded 01-02). 27 pages.

Data Elements in Educational Program Review - OIR Report 02/03-3 - October 2002

To help inform the process of including common data elements in the program review process, the Office of Institutional Research surveyed California Community Colleges to discover which data elements are most frequently used in educational program review. 14 pages.

Vocational Course Offerings and Enrollments in Sonoma County High Schools - OIR Report 02/03-4 - October 2002

This report shows vocational course offerings and enrollments in Sonoma County High Schools for the past five years, from 1997-98 to 2001-02, based on data from the California Department of Education. 17 pages.

SRJC Progress toward Achieving Partnership for Excellence Goals - June 2002

This internal report shows the District's progress toward achieving Partnership for Excellence goals utilizing actual outcomes data through 2000-01. Achievement is compared with both internal SRJC and external (Chancellor's Office) goals. 20 pages.

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Report - OIR Report 02/03-1 - September 2001

The 1994 "Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act" requires colleges and universities to submit annual data and information to the U.S. Secretary of Education on the equitability of men's and women's athletic programs. This 17-page report includes information on athletic participation, operating expenses per team, revenues per team, athletically-related financial aid, salary and gender information on coaches, etc. The bulk of the data was provided by the Athletic Department. 15 pages.

Student Services Survey Report - Summer 2001

This large-scale study surveyed approximately 10% of the credit student population in Spring 2001 to obtain information about student use of and satisfaction with student services and other issues pertaining to retention, technology, campus climate, etc. The in-house survey was developed jointly by the Office of Institutional Research and key student services administrators. The report consists of 24 pages of text and tables, which present and explain the findings. 24 pages.

English Placement Process: Consequential Validation Study - June 2001

As one piece of required matriculation research, surveys were developed and administered to students and instructors in English and College Skills courses to assess the effectiveness of the placement process into the English curriculum. The final report is a 10-page write-up of the findings. In addition, the English Placement Process: Writing Sample Cut Score Validation and Disproportionate Impact Studies were completed in January 2001. These three studies provided sufficient evidence to validate the District's locally-developed Writing Sample and to gain Chancellor's Office approval to continue our English placement process.

Noncredit ESL Students Survey and Study - Summer 2001

Working with Noncredit ESL faculty, the Office of Institutional Research developed and formatted a survey to elicit information for program planning and grant writing purposes that is not available elsewhere. In total, 478 surveys were returned. Majors findings include: 69% of ESL students found out about classes from either friends or their family, the majority take English to improve their job prospects and to be able to help their children with homework, and over half the respondents indicated a combined family annual income of less than $15,000. 18 pages.