Consumer Information/Statistics

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Student Right to Know

In compliance with federal regulations, Labette Community College provides prospective and current students with information regarding academics, financial assistance, graduation rates, security and crime statistics, athletic program participation rates and our institution.

For copies of any of the following material, please contact Kathy Johnston, Dean of Enrollment Management at kathyj@labette.edu or 620-820-1274, Cindy Dyson, Assistant Registrar at cindyd@labette.edu or 620-820-121244 or Rhonda Baker, Director of Financial Aid at rhondab@labette.edu or 620-820-1219.


General Institutional Information

Constitution Day
Section 111 requires Constitution Day be held on September 17 of each year, commemorating the September 17, 1787 signing of the Constitution.  However, when September 17 falls on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday, Constitution Day shall be held during the preceding or following week.  The LCC Library makes a display regarding the Constitution and provides this information for student review for a week. 


Campus Security and Crime Statistics

Statistics and campus crime/security information is posted in compliance with the Student Right to Know and the Crime awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990. 


Athletics Statistic and Reports

LCC is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and belongs to the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC).  The KJCCC is widely recognized as one of the most competitive in the nation. 


Financial Assistance Information

Student Rights and Responsibilities for Financial Aid – explains:

  • Federal, State, local, private and institutional student financial assistance programs
  • Need-based and non-need-based federal financial aid available to students
  • Terms and conditions under which students receive Federal Direct Loans
  • Procedures and forms by which student apply for assistance
  • Criteria for selecting recipients
  • Criteria for determining the amount of a student’s award
  • Criteria for continued student eligibility under each program
  • Standards which the student must maintain in order to be considered to be making satisfactory progress in his or her course of student for the purpose of receiving financial assistance
  • Criteria by which the student who has failed to maintain satisfactory progress may re-establish his or her eligibility for financial assistance
  • Methods by which financial assistance disbursements will be made to the student and the frequency of those disbursements
  • Terms of any loan received by a student as part of the student’s financial assistance package, a sample loan repayment schedule for sample loans and the necessity for repaying loans
  • General conditions and terms applicable to any employment provided to a student as part of the student’s financial assistance package
  • Exit counseling information the school provides and collects as required by 34 CFR 685.304 for borrowers under the William D. Ford Federal Direct Student Loan Program.
  • Return of Title IV funds

FERPA – Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

This law protects the privacy of a student’s educational records.

Schools may disclose, without consent, "directory" information such as a student's name, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, honors and awards, and dates of attendance. However, schools must tell parents and eligible students about directory information and allow parents and eligible students a reasonable amount of time to request that the school not disclose directory information about them. Schools must notify parents and eligible students annually of their rights under FERPA. The actual means of notification (special letter, inclusion in a PTA bulletin, student handbook, or newspaper article) is left to the discretion of each school.

LCC Directory Information:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Student ID number
  • Email Address
  • Current telephone number  
  • Current enrollment status  
  • Activity/Athletic Program Information 
  • Photograph
  • Degrees & awards received
  • Dates of attendance
  • Date of graduation
  • Date of birth
  • Place of birth
  • Concentration
  • Previous institution most recently attended

For more information please go to the FERPA Website

Statistics


Perkins Core Indicators of Performance

This information is taken from the Kansas Board of Regents KSPSD Reporting System Perkins Core Indicators of Performance report and includes information about technical skill attainment, completion rates, student retention rates, and student placement.


4-Year Average Rates

Men 2010 2011 2012 2013 4-year Total
Adjusted cohort 94 95 98 85 372
Total completers within 150% 7 9 19 6 41
Total transfer-out students 54 56 19 8 137
Women 2010 2011 2012 2013 4-year Total
Adjusted cohort 114 128 104 91 437
Total completers within 150% 16 11 22 26 75
Total transfer-out students 72 48 0 10 130
Total (men and women) 2010 2011 2012 2013 4-year Total
Adjusted cohort 208 223 202 176 809
Total completers within 150% 23 20 41 32 116
Total transfer-out students 126 104 19 18 267
4-year average Student Right-to-Know Completion or Graduation Rate Calculation
(Total Completers within 150%/Adjusted Cohort)
14
4-year average Student Right-to-Know Transfer-out Rate Calculation
(Total Transfer-out Student/Adjusted Cohort)
33

 


Fall 2013 Cohort Full-time, first-time degree/certificate seeking students who graduated from LCC within 150% by gender, race/ethnicity, and financial aid.


MEN
Total Fall 2013 Cohort Total Completers within 150% Total Transfer out Still Enrolled
Nonresident Alien 1 0 0 1
Hispanic/Latino 8 0 0 0
Am Indian or Alaska Native 6 1 0 0
Asian 0 0 0 0
Black or African Am 10 0 1 0
Native Hawaiian or Islander 1 0 0 0
White 56 5 6 2
Two or more races 2 0 1 0
Race/ethnicity unknown 1 0 0 0
Total 85 6 8 3

WOMEN
Total Fall 2013 Cohort Total Completers within 150% Total Transfer out Still Enrolled
Nonresident Alien 0 0 0 0
Hispanic/Latino 3 0 1 0
Am Indian or Alaska Native 4 3 0 0
Asian 1 0 0 0
Black or African Am 6 3 1 0
Native Hawaiian or Islander 0 0 0 0
White 70 18 8 11
Two or more races 3 2 0 0
Race/ethnicity unknown 4 0 0 0
Total 91 26 10 11
Total Men & Women

176

32

18

14



2015 IPEDS Graduation Rate 200% Component Data Summary

Graduation Rates for 100%, 150% and 200% of normal time – Cohort Year 2012
Graduation Rate – 100% of normal time 11%
Graduation Rate – 150% of normal time 20%
Graduation Rate – 200% of normal time 23%

 


Retention Rates

Full-time, First-time Degree/Certificate-Seeking Cohort from Fall 2015

Full-Time, First-Time Cohort Retention:  
Full-time, first-time Fall 2015 Cohort 196
Exclusions from the cohort 0
Adjusted Fall 2015 cohort 196
Students from Fall 2015 cohort who are still enrolled students from Fall 2015 cohort who completed their program as of Fall 2015 87
Full-time, first-time Fall 2015 cohort retention rate 44%

Part-time, First-time Degree/Certificate-Seeking Cohort from Fall 2015

Part-Time, First-Time Cohort Retention:  
Part-time, first-time Fall 2015 Cohort 29
Exclusions from the cohort 0
Adjusted Fall 2015 cohort 29
Students from Fall 2015 cohort who are still enrolled students from Fall 2015 cohort who completed their program as of Fall 2015 17
Part-time, first-time Fall 2015 cohort retention rate 59%

More Labette Community College data can be found at the National Center for Education Statistics website College Navigator.

 


Undergraduate Retention and Graduation Rate Cohort

First-time, full-time student retention rate 44%
First-time, part-time retention rate 59%
Graduation rate cohort as percent of total entering students 51%

 


12-month Unduplicated Count by Race/Ethnicity and Gender

July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016

Men
Students enrolled for credit
Nonresident alien 23
Hispanic/Latino 57
American Indian or Alaska Native 25
Asian 7
Black or African American 58
Native Hawaiian or Ther Pacific Islander 4
White 859
Two or more races 49
Race and ethnicity unknown 12
Total Men 1,094
Women
Students enrolled for credit
Nonresident alien 12
Hispanic/Latino 94
American Indian or Alaska Native 56
Asian 15
Black or African American 73
Native Hawaiian or Ther Pacific Islander 6
White 1,690
Two or more races 45
Race and ethnicity unknown 29
Total women 2,020
Grand Total 3,114

 


Graduation/Transfer Out Calculations

4-year Average Completion or Graduation Rate Calculation             14%
4-year Transfer-Out Rate Calculation                                                     33%

External Assessment

External assessments provide comparison analyses which enable program directors and staff to evaluate the success of their students with students from other programs across the country.


Radiography

American Registry of Radiologic Technologists National Comparison Report
Year Group Number Mean % Pass*
2013 LCC 19 84.9 94.7
2013 National 11684 84.1 89.6
2014 LCC 15 85.9 100
2014 National 11831 83.8 88.9
2015 LCC 17 81.8 88.9**
2015 National 11485 83.7 88.4
2016 LCC 14 86.9 100
2016 National 11740 83.3 87.2
2017 LCC 17 85.75 100
2017 National***      

*Results for first time student tests for national exam.
** JRCERT accreditation requires 90% first time pass rate.
*** National mean results will be released after January, 2018 and will be included in the 2018 Report of Student Learning.


Nursing

NCLEX Pass Rates—1st Attempt
Year # of Testers PN # of Testers RN
2012-2013 32 100% 39 82%
2013-2014 18 100% 28 92%
2014-2015 22 100% 29 100%
2015-2016 20 100% 17 82%
2016-2017 10 100% 23 92%

ACEN accreditation requires 80% first time pass rate.


Respiratory Therapy

  Program Graduates CRT* RRT**
2013 10 10 3
2014 7 6 1
2015 11 6 3
2016 4 4 2
2017 10 8 4

*Certified Respiratory Therapist is entry-level requirement for employment.
**Registered Respiratory Therapist is not required but allows for higher wages
***COARC accreditation requires 80% ultimate pass rate for the CRT


Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Academic Year/Cohort # of Testers/ Abdomen Passed / Abdomen # of Testers/ OB/Gyn Passed / OB/Gyn # of Testers/ Vascular Passed / Vascular # of Testers/ Physics Passed/
Physics
2013 (Co 1, 5 students) 5 4 3 2 2 2 5 5
2014 (Co 2, 6 students) 4 4 3 3 4 3 6 6
2015 (Co 4, 5 students) 3 3 2 2 4 4 4 4
2016 (Co 4, 7 students) 3 2 2 2 4 3 7 7
2017 5 5 0 0 5 3 4 4

*Students are not required to pass boards to practice, consequently, there is no minimum pass rate required


Physical Therapist Assistant

  # of Testers Passed %
2013 (Cohort 2) 20 18 90.0%
2014 (Cohort 3) 19 13 68.4%
2015 (Cohort 4) 21 19 90.5%
2016 No Cohort    
2017 (Cohort 5) 16 13 81.3%
Two Year Sum (15&17) 37 32 86.5%*

*CAPTE accreditation requires 85% ultimate pass rate over 2 years.


Dental Assisting

The Dental Assisting National Board (DANB) consists of three sections: Radiation, Infection Control, and Chairside Assisting. All three sections of the exam must be passed to become a certified dental assistant. If a tester fails a section, only the failed section is retaken. Graduates of the Dental Assistant program are not required to pass the Dental Assisting National Board (DANB) to practice as a dental assistant; therefore not all graduates take the exam even though the testing fee is included in the student fees paid to LCC for the Dental Assistant program.

  # of Graduates # of Students Who Attempted DANB # of Students Who Passed DANB %
2013 (Cohort 1) 7 5 4 80%
2014 (Cohort 2) 8 7 3 42%
2015 (Cohort 3) 6 5 5 100%
2016 (Cohort 4) 10 10 7 70%
2017 (Cohort 5)        

*Cohort 4 graduated in July 27, 2017 and students have not taken licensure exam yet. Results will be included in the 2018 Report of Student Learning

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