The Mission of Cisco College is to provide quality, affordable, educational opportunities to meet the diverse academic, technical and career needs of the students and communities we serve.
Cisco College measures student achievement with respect to its Mission by maintaining at or above state-level peer group averages in graduation and persistence rates, and continued success in workforce program licensure rates. The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board collects and publishes this information as presented below:
Cisco College also measures student achievement with respect to its Strategic Plan by measuring benchmarked progress and improvement in enrollment, transfer rates and number of degrees awarded. Student achievement measures also align Cisco College with the Texas Higher Education Strategic Plan, 60x30.
|Achievement Measure||Benchmarked Goal||Baseline Year|
|Fall Enrollment||2% Annual Increase||3,564||3,293||3,238||3,261|
|Fall Developmental Enrollment||Fall to Fall Consistency or Reduction||611||600||575||528|
|Fall Dual Credit Enrollment||Fall to Fall Consistency or Increase||807||720||799||776|
|Transfer to 4 Year Institutions||2014 student cohort||2015 student cohort||2016 student cohort||2017 student cohort|
|% of students transferring with less than 30 SCH||At or above peer group average||9.0%||7.1%||9.5%||9.5%|
|% of students transferring with more than 30 SCH||At or above peer group average||19.9%||15.1%||15.5%||14.6%|
|Total transfer rate||Year to Year Consistency or Increase||27.4%||28.9%||22.3%||24.25%|
|Number of Awards||2014||2015||2016||2017|
|Associate’s Degrees Awarded||5% increase by 2020||302||318||344||331|
|Certificates Awarded||5% increase by 2020||310||260||292||294|
|Core Curriculum Completers||5% increase by 2020||218||192||156||146|