Institutional Research

Mission Statement

The Office of Institutional Research collects, analyzes and disseminates internal and external data/information to assist the college in making informed decisions that improve institutional performance, accountability and student success.

Vision

The Office of Institutional Research’s vision is to respond to all the strategic information and analytical needs of MCC by applying and advancing the knowledge, theories, methods and standards of institutional research, assessment and planning to address educational issues facing the institution.

Goals

Our goal is to provide college-wide assistance in the facilitation, preparation and submission of Federal and State reporting, new program development and grant proposals to increase external funding to assist MCC in achieving its mission and goals.

Values Statement

Building a Better Tomorrow through Learning: Learning is the core of the Mohave Community College mission. We acknowledge the importance of continuous learning to ensure the best possible future for everyone.

Accountability for the Future: The decisions made today affect individuals in the future. At Mohave Community College, we accept responsibility for our actions and decisions. We hold ourselves accountable to our students, our communities, and to the generations who come after us. MCC decisions will be designed to fulfill our vision for the future, aiming to achieve reliable, long-term improvements over short-term expediency.

Integrity: We remain committed to our values. Our decisions are consistently and courageously made in alignment with our convictions. We consciously foster an atmosphere of openness and trust, making data-driven decisions that are balanced by a cultivated sense of compassion.

Responsiveness: We take pride in flexibly responding to our changing environment, promptly providing programs that are needed by our students and communities.

Quality: We aim for excellence in all that we do while embracing the concept of efficiency.

Providing a Supportive Environment: Mohave Community College is committed to student success. We show respect to all and work to overcome barriers to honesty, trust and sincerity. We take pride in providing friendly service to our students and communities.

Having Fun: We embrace the concept of having fun and finding joy in our work and services.

These values govern our actions and our interactions with the members of our communities. This statement represents what we value most about the service provided by MCC.

Student Information

First Time Full-Time Graduation Rate 3 Years
2011-2012

12%

2012-2013 21%
2013-2014 16%
Transfer Rate* 3 Years 4 Years 5 Years 6 Years
2008-2009 11.6% 14.4% 16.9%  17.7%
2009-2010 15.4% 18.1% 20.1%  
2010-2011 14.3% 15.4%    
2011-2012 14.6%      

*Currently, transfer rates are only available for the three Arizona Universities (ASU, NAU and U of A). Source: ASSIST Data Warehouse. Last update: June, 2016

Mohave Enrollment FY 2015-2016 2014-2015 2013-2014
Annual FTSE 2,347 2,554 2,919
Annual Unduplicated Headcount 7,998 7,771 8,106
Unduplicated Headcount Fall 2015 Fall 2014 Fall 2013
Credit Students 4,360 4,744 5,227
Full-Time or Part-Time Fall 2015 Fall 2014 Fall 2013
Full-Time 938 22% 1,082 23% 1,433 27%
Part-Time 3,422 78% 3,662 77% 3,794 73%
Total 4,360 100% 4,744 100% 5,227 100%
By Gender Fall 2015 Fall 2014 Fall 2013
Female 2,839 65% 3,054 64% 3,333 64%
Male 1,521 35% 1,690 36% 1,894 36%
Undeclared/Unknown 0 0% 0 0% 0 0%
Total 4,360 100% 4,744 100% 5,227 100%
By Ethnic or Race Group Fall 2015 Fall 2014 Fall 2013
Non-resident Alien N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Black, non-Hispanic 45 1% 63 1% 61 1%
American Indian/Alaskan Native 75 2% 100 2% 108 2%
Asian 76 2% 89 2% 87 2%
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 33 0% 26 1% 24 0%
Hispanic 919 21% 955 20% 962 19%
White, non-Hispanic 3,022 68% 3,289 69% 3,819 73%
Two or More Races 109 3% 104 2% 93 2%
Unknown/Unreported 81 2% 118 2% 73 1%
Total 4,360 100% 4,744 100% 5,227 100%
Financial Aid (Receiving Pell Grant Aid) Fall 2015 Fall 2014 Fall 2013
Full-Time 548 31% 682 32% 932 38%
Part-Time 1,237 69% 1,481 68% 1,541 62%
Total 1,785 100% 2,163 100% 2,473 100%
Retention Rate Fall 2015- Fall 2016 Fall 2014 – Fall 2015 Fall 2013 – Fall 2014
Full-time (First time Degree/Certificate Seeking) 47% 41% 47%
Part-time (First time Degree/Certificate Seeking) 39% 35% 44%