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The Santa Rosa Junior College intranet offers a number of valuable data sources, some of which are password-protected.
Datamining is an extremely useful source of internal SRJC data. You can explore the data online or download an Excel spreadsheet to your own local drive, then use pivot tables to view and organize the data into custom reports. Many of the datamining files are very large (8 to 14 MB) and should only be used on campus or with a high-speed network connection.
Using pivot tables can be daunting at first; the site includes instructions in PDF format.
Datamining is password protected, for the use of SRJC employees only. Simply enter your campus Outlook logon name and password.
The SRJC lookup page was previously used to access data on enrollment, grades, success rates and enrollment efficiency, class rosters, instructor load, room use, course outlines, and more. In November 2008, the lookup menus were replaced by the new Student Information System (SIS). For SRJC employees, the SIS is accessed via the icon on your SRJC desktop. The SIS is accessed externally via the Faculty Portal or Student Portal buttons located on the SRJC home page. A valid ID number and password is required to sign on.
This report, presented to the Board of Trustees in March of 2001, contains a wealth of financial data, with charts plus narrative explanations and interpretations. The report's data and projections are more extensive that the Fact Book 2001. It includes data on enrollment, the physical plant, staff and student demographics, and the surrounding community, etc.
Note: this file is viewable only in Internet Explorer version 5 and up.
See Transfer Statistics for information on the numbers, goals and ethnicity of transfers from Santa Rosa Junior College to the UC and CSU systems and to independent colleges and universities.
This page lists over 50 standard reports available from SRJC Computing Services upon request.
Office of Institutional Research Contact: email@example.com