Student Achievement Goals, Outcomes, and Data
Southeastern Community College is part of the North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS). The NCCCS has seven system-wide outcomes. Each year the system prepares the Performance Measures for Student Success Report which provides an analysis of each college’s student success data. SCC has adopted the seven system-wide outcomes (listed below) and the college’s goal is to be at least above the average college percentage for each student achievement goal. The seven outcomes are:
- To ensure individuals with low literacy skills are progressing academically toward credential or employment (Basic Skills Student Progress).
- To ensure students are successfully completing a credit-bearing English course within their first three academic years (Student Success Rate in College-Level English Courses).
- To ensure students are successfully completing credit-bearing math courses within their first three academic years (Student Success Rate in College-Level Math Courses).
- To ensure first-year students are making progress toward credential completion (First Year Progression).
- To ensure student completion and/or persistence toward a post-secondary credential in a timely manner (Curriculum Completion).
- To ensure programmatic coursework prepares students to competently practice in their chosen profession (Licensure and Certification Passing Rate).
- To ensure the academic success of community college students at a four-year university or college (College Transfer Performance). A summary of SCC’s performance in the 2020 report is described in the table below:
A summary of SCC’s performance in the 2020 report is described in the table below:
|Average College Percentage
|SCC Above Average College?
Detailed information may be found in the complete 2020 NCCCS Performance Measures Report.