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Institutional Data and Statistics

College Profile

Moberly Area Community College is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission.  More information about MACC’s accreditation and program approvals can be found on the MACC accreditation page.

MACC Overview (1 page)small pdf icon

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Graduation & Transfer Rates

The 150% graduation rate for first-time, full-time students entering in Fall 2014 was 30%. The 3-year transfer-out rate (of non-graduates) to 4-year institutions was 13%.

Graduation Rate (Fall 2014 Cohort) small pdf icon

4yr. Avg. Graduation & Transfer Rates small pdf icon

5-Year Completion Comparison small pdf icon


Licensure/Pass Rates

Career & Technical Education Pass Rates small pdf icon


Other

Continuous Improvement Report - 2015-2016 small pdf icon


Student Profile

Fall 2018 Student Profile small pdf icon

Fall 2017 Student Profile small pdf icon

Fall 2016 Student Profile small pdf icon


Retention Rates

58% of full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking students who enrolled in Fall 2016 returned in Fall 2017. 30% of part-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking students who enrolled in Fall 2016 returned in Fall 2017.


Data After Graduation

94% overall job placement rate for Career & Technical Education (CTE) graduates. 85% of CTE graduates were employed or continued their education in a related field.

2016-2017 Career and Technical Education Graduate Placement Rates small pdf icon


Athletics

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act

The 3-year graduation rate for first-time, full-time student athletes entering in Fall 2014 was 33%. The 3-year transfer-out rate (of non-grads) for student athletes entering the same time was 56%.

Graduation & Transfer Rate of Student Athletes (Fall 2014 Cohort) small pdf icon

4yr. Avg. Graduation & Transfer Rates small pdf icon


Crime Statistics

Campus Crime Statistics


 

 

Additional consumer information and disclosures may be found on the MACC consumer information page.  Please contact the Office of Institutional Effectiveness & Planning at 660-263-4100 ext. 11208 if you have questions or other data requests.

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