Assessment & Institutional Data

Assessment & Institutional Data

Assessment at Turtle Mountain Community College

 

All TMCC assessment processes in any form are conducted with the focus on student success at its center. Measuring multiple dimensions of student engagement – and making decisions to improve instruction and operations as a result of this data – is critical for ongoing continuous improvement for the student experience, a sentiment reflected in the institutional mission statement. In addition to this, cultural considerations and overall mission attainment are included in how assessment practice is conducted. The links below depict distinct assessment practices at TMCC and critical documentation needed to understand it.

 

 

TMCC Data Overview

 

Unduplicated Enrollment

  • AY 2015: 827
  • AY 2016: 813
  • AY 2017: 799
  • AY 2018: 768
  • AY 2019: 704

Current Number of Programs

  • 47

Program Types

  • Certificate
  • Associate of Applied Science
  • Associate’s
  • Bachelor’s

Percentage of Native Americans Served (Five Years)

  • 91%

Primary High Schools Represented

  • Turtle Mountain Community High School
  • Dunseith High School
  • Mount Pleasant High School
  • Rolette High School

Number of Graduates per Year

  • 2015: 122
  • 2016: 145
  • 2017: 202
  • 2018: 161
  • 2019: 156

Institutional Retention Rates

  • AY2015: 49.53%
  • AY2016: 50.10%
  • AY2017: 52.87%
  • AY2018: 46.23%
  • AY2019: 55.95%

Institutional 150% Graduation Rates

  • AY2015: 25.39%
  • AY2016: 29.26%
  • AY2017: 31.03%
  • AY2018: 35.53%
  • AY2019: 31.25%

 

Updated 2/26/2021