Piedmont Virginia Community College accesses student progress on five measures.
Goal: PVCC enrollment to increase annually by 1%.
|Year||Unduplicated Headcount||Percent Change|
Conclusion: PVCC enrollment is cyclical in nature with enrollment increases and decreases over time. Enrollment has decreased 5.9% since 2011-2012 academic year.
Goal: 70% of program enrolled students from the Fall will enroll in the subsequent Spring.
Conclusion: For the 2017-2018 academic year, PVCC met its fall to spring retention goal of 70%.
Goal: 70% of students who enroll in a developmental course will successfully complete each year.
Conclusions: In the past 5 years, 57% developmental math students successfully complete in a year. From 2013-14 to 2017-18, 78% of developmental english students successfully complete in a year.
Goal: The percent of dual enrollment students earning a "C" or better will equal or exceed those of students in on-campus classes.
Conclusion: The percent of dual enrollment students that receive a "C" or better is higher than those enrolled in a similar class on-campus.
Goal: 95% of graduates will report that PVCC helped them further their academic and/or professional goals.
Conclusion: In 2017-18, 98% of PVCC graduates report that PVCC helped them further their academic or professional goals.