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Enrollment Quick Facts

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Enrollment Reports

 Spring 2013     Headcounts and FTE Enrollment 
 Spring 2013    Student Data Statistics
 Spring 2013    Summary of Student by Age

   
 Fall 2012
   Headcounts and FTE Enrollment
 Fall 2012    Student Data Statistics
 Fall 2012    Summary of Student by Age
     
 Spring 2012    Headcounts and FTE Enrollment
 Spring 2012    Student Data Statistics
 Spring 2012    Summary of Student by Age
     
 Fall 2011    Headcounts and FTE Enrollment
 Fall 2011    Student Data Statistics
 Fall 2011    Summary of Student by Age
     
 Spring 2011    Headcounts and FTE Enrollment
 Spring 2011    Student Data Statistics
 Spring 2011    Summary of Student by Age
     
 Fall 2010    Headcounts and FTE Enrollment
 Fall 2010    Student Data Statistics
 Fall 2010    Summary of Student by Age
     
 Spring 2010    Headcounts and FTE Enrollment
 Spring 2010    Student Data Statistics
 Spring 2010    Summary of Student by Age
     
 Fall 2009    Headcounts and FTE Enrollment
 Fall 2009    Student Data Statistics
 Fall 2009    Summary of Student by Age
     
 Spring 2009    Headcounts and FTE Enrollment
 Spring 2009    Student Data Statistic
 Spring 2009    Summary of Student by Age

 

About CCSSE

The Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) provides information on student engagement, a key indicator of learning and, therefore, of the quality of community colleges. The survey, administered to community college students, asks questions that assess institutional practices and student behaviors that are correlated highly with student learning and student retention. The CCSSE survey is a versatile, research-based tool appropriate for multiple uses. It is a:

  • benchmarking instrument — establishing national norms on educational practice and performance by community and technical colleges.
  • diagnostic tool — identifying areas in which a college can enhance students’ educational experiences.
  • monitoring device — documenting and improving institutional effectiveness over time.

http://www.ccsse.org/aboutccsse/aboutccsse.cfm

LRSC Key Findings

2013 CCSSE Key Findings
2011 CCSSE Key Findings
 

About CAAP

The Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP) is a set of standardized tests developed to measure student’s achievement levels. The CAAP test helps your school evaluate the effectiveness of the education you and your classmates have received, and identify areas that may need to be strengthened. The CAAP test also helps you evaluate your skill levels.

The CAAP test is administered in the Fall and Spring each year. Lake Region State College uses four exams; writing skills, reading, mathematics, and science. Each student is randomly given two of the four tests.

All transferring liberal arts majors, who have completed three semesters of full-time course work or 40 credit hours of part-time course work, and students graduating with an Associate in Arts degree from Lake Region State College, must complete the CAAP exam in order to receive a transcript from Lake Region State College.

More information regarding the CAAP test as well as sample questions can be found on CAAP website.

LRSC Results

Spring 2013 CAAP Summary
Fall 2013 CAAP Summary