Facts In A Flash

2015-2016 GMC Facts in a Flash

Enrollment
Annual Unduplicated Headcount - 11% increase from 12,438 students the previous year to 13,816 this year.
Annual FTE - 8% increase from 7,507 the previous year to 8,107 this year.
Fall Enrollment - 9% increase from 7,221 in fall 2014 to 7,876 to fall 2015 term.
 

Student Success Measures
3-year Graduation Rate - Increased from 25% (fall 2011 cohort) to 27% (fall 2012 cohort).
3-year Transfer-Out Rate - Decreased from 32% (fall 2011 cohort) to 26% (fall 2012 cohort).
Fall-to-Fall Retention - Increased from 54% (fall 2013 cohort) to 56% (fall 2014 cohort).
Graduates and Degrees Awarded - IPEDS) - The number of graduates have increased by 231 (16%) from 1,435 in 2014-2015 to 1,666 in 2015-2016, and the number of degrees awarded have increased by 286 (19%) from 1,504 in 2014-2015 to 1,790 in 2015-2016

 

College Demographics
Gender - The student body consists of 61% women and 39% men.
Ethnicity/Race - The GMC student body for those reporting ethnicity and race consists of:
                    o 46% Black/African American
                    o 43% White/Caucasian
                    o 6% Hispanic
                    o 5% Asian/American Indian/Pacific Islander
Fully Online - 24% of GMC students are fully enrolled online. The number of students fully enrolled in online courses increased by 1,091 (48%) from 2,265 last year to 3,356 this year.
Dual Enrollment - The number of dual enrollment students have increased by 906 (237%) from 382 in 2014-2015 to 1,288 in 2015-2016. This program has also increased the number of students in the “under 18” age range by 713 (775%) from 92 in 2014-2015 to 805 in 2015-2016. The “under 18” age range comprises 6% of GMC’s student population.
Age - Majority of GMC students are between the ages of “18 and 24” (60%). GMC also has 26% of its students aged “25 to 39 years old” and 8% of its students aged “40 years and older.”
Student Type - The GMC student body is 98% commuter students along with 2% from the Cadet Corps. The GMC student body includes 6% active duty military and 5% veterans.
International – The number of Non-Resident Aliens have increased by 14 (61%) from 23 in 2014-2015 to 37 students in 2015-2016.

For more information, see the Institutional Summary Report.

 

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