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Fact Book

The National Center for Education Statistics gathers information on behalf of the government and provides an overview of the different aspects of a college through its College Navigator tool. You can view Southwestern College's information here: College Navigator.

The Fact Book consists of demographical and statistical information of the college. The following tables are available:

Enrollment Data: All College
The enrollment data table shows 20th day enrollment counts divided by general student demographic characteristics.
2018-Present
2005-2018
1975-2004

Enrollment Data: Detail
The enrollment data detail table shows 20th day enrollment counts separated by: student demographic characteristics, undergraduate and graduate programs and Main Campus (MC) and Professional Studies (PS).
2018-Present
2005-2018
1997-2004

Class Size Distribution
The class size distribution table shows Main Campus (MC) and Professional Studies (PS) class sizes after the close of each semester.
2018-Present
2005-2018
1996-2004
1973-1996

Student Majors
The student majors table shows enrollment size by major. Counts reflect all student declared majors by division, majors and emphasis areas.
2018-Present
2010-2018
2000-2010
1996-2000

New Students
The new students table shows the count of applied, accepted and enrolled first-time college students and transfers. It also shows the enrolled count of new non-degree-seeking undergraduate students and new graduate-level students. This table is limited to Main Campus only.
2018-Present
1996-2018
1975-1996

Degrees Conferred
The degrees conferred table shows the graduated count for each major; Main Campus (MC) majors are divided by and summed into the academic divisions. Each student is counted for each major that the student has graduated with. For unduplicated counts of students who graduated, unduplicated counts are provided below the MC section and below the Professional Studies (PS) section. Unduplicated counts for MC and PS combined are provided below the PS unduplicated counts.
2010-2018
2006-2009
1996-2005
1972-1995

First-time Cohort Retention & Graduation Rates
The first-time cohort retention and graduation rates table shows (1) retention by headcount with the retention percentage displayed immediately below. These retention counts reflect 20th day counts for each Fall and Spring semester up to six years from the entry semester. (2) Graduation by headcount with the percentage displayed at the end of the third, fourth, fifth and sixth academic years. Graduation counts reflect a September 1 through August 31st date range.
2018-Present
1999-2017

First-time Cohort Retention Rates: Detail
This detail table shows 20th day retention rates for each Fall and Spring semester for the first-time cohorts by gender, up to six years from the entry semester.
2018-Present
1999-2017

 

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