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Institutional Effectiveness Goals Framework

The following goals were developed to achieve first-year compliance with state requirements to adopt and set goals for a framework of indicators measuring student performance and outcomes, accreditation status, fiscal viability, and programmatic compliance with state and federal guidelines. The initial goals were approved by the LACCD Board of Trustees on June 10, 2015.

 

East Los Angeles College
Indicator Short-term (1-year goal) Long-term (6-year goal)
Accreditation Status (Latest Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) action) Fully Accredited - Reaffirmed Fully-accredited
Successful Course Completion (Percentage of credit course enrollments where student earned a grade of C or better) 71.0% 74.0%
Remedial Rate: Math (Percentage of credit students tracked for six years who started below transfer level in math and completed a college-level transfer course in math) 32.0% 35.0%
Remedial Rate English (Percentage of credit students tracked for six years who started below transfer level in English and completed a college-level transfer course in English) 42.5% 45%
Los Angeles Community College District
Indicator Short-term (1-year goal) Long-term (6-year goal)
Fund Balance (Ending unrestricted general fund balance as a percentage of total expenditures) Minimum 10% of total Unrestricted General Fund expenditures Minimum 10% of total Unrestricted General Fund expenditures
Audit Findings (Audit opinion financial statement)

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Audit Findings (State compliance)

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Audit Findings (Federal award/compliance) Unmodified Unmodified