Institutional Effectiveness & Assessment

Facts & Stats

Since 1967 Aims has established our main campus in Greeley and three additional locations in Fort Lupton, Loveland, and Windsor, constructed 18 buildings, expanded curriculum to 2,000 day, evening and weekend courses and taught more than 200,000 students.

Spring 2013 Final

Fall 2013 at Census Date

Headcount

5017 4903

FTE

1546.8 1528.9

Demographics

Race/Ethnicity

Hispanic

1415 (28%) 1522 (31%)

Caucasian, non-Hispanic

3241 (65%) 3003 (61%)

Other (incl. Unknown), non-Hispanic

361 (7%) 378 (8%)

Gender

Female

2814 (56%) 2781 (57%)

Male

2189 (44%) 2087 (43%)

Age

21 and Under

2508 2219

22 - 29

1570 1412

30 - 49

1115 1022

50 and over

308 250

Full-time

2060 2106

Part-time

2957 2797

Receiving Financial Aid

2871 2628

Fall 2013 Census enrollment and demographic data per Aims internal enrollment reports.  Official Fall 2013 final data will be available after the college submits the IPEDS Fall Enrollment survey, April 2014.

Spring 2013 enrollment and demographic data per SURDS (Student Unit Record Data Systems) Spring Enrollment Summary, submitted July 2013

 

Retention, per IPEDS (Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System) Fall Enrollment Survey, submitted Spring 2013 using the Fall 2011 full-time, first-time cohort.

Fall 2011 Cohort

396

Students from that cohort who are still enrolled plus students who completed their program as of Fall 2011:

256

Retention Rate:

65%

Graduation Rate, per IPEDS Graduation Rate Survey, submitted Spring 2013 using the Fall 2009 first-time, full-time cohort.

Fall 2009 Cohort

Number

Completers within 150%
of normal time to completion

Total Transfer-out students

Graduation Rate

Transfer-out Rate

Success Rate (Graduation+ Transfer Out)

MEN

Hispanic/Latino 86 15 19 17% 22% 40%
White 154 43 34 28% 22% 50%
Other or Unknown 33 3 21 9% 64% 73%
Sub-total Men 273 61 74 22% 27% 49%

WOMEN

Hispanic/Latino 83 12 19 14% 23% 37%
White 139 45 53 32% 38% 71%
Other or Unknown 44 2 32 5% 73% 77%
Sub-total Women 266 59 104 22% 39% 61%

Total Cohort

539 120 178 22% 33% 55%

 

Cohort Rates by Financial Aid Status

Number

Completers within 150%
of normal time to completion

Total Transfer-out students

Graduation Rate

Transfer-out Rate

Success Rate (Graduation+ Transfer Out)

Pell Recipient 248 55 67 22% 27% 49%
Stafford Loan Recipients
(not receiving Pell)
42 9 23 21% 55% 76%
Students with neither
Pell nor Stafford
249 56 88 22% 35% 58%

* All Spring Enrollment data is based on the Spring SURDS enrollment file, Fall enrollment data based enrollment snapshot files from the Fall Census Date (Day 15 of Fall Semester).

Ethnicity based on the new IPEDS definitions, using the data reported in the Fall SURDS file for those columns. Hispanic trumps all other race/ethnicity data, so there are Hispanics who also identified themselves as Asian or Native American, but for the purpose of this report, they show up only under Hispanic.

Full-time is defined as students taking 12 or more credit hours in the term being reported.

Receiving financial aid is defined as any student receiving any form of financial aid (including institutional grants, loans of any type, and/or work-study).

Retention

Graduation rates are based on data used for the IPEDS Graduation Rate Survey. These figures reflect the Fall 2009 first-time, full-time degree-seeking cohort, showing the percent who completed a degree or certificate within three years.

Transfer rates are based on the same cohort as the Graduation Rate, and transfer information comes from a file submitted to the National Student Clearinghouse in June of each year