Student Achievement Data
In accordance with House Bill No. 1071 from the 2010 legislative session, Copiah-Lincoln Community College has released its latest Community College Report Card.
The Community College Report Card is designed to reflect the unique missions of the community colleges. The measures that are used align closely with the Voluntary Framework of Accountability developed by the American Association of Community Colleges.
Information on the Community College Report Card includes student enrollment, degrees awarded, student success, student retention, student progress, workforce development information, GED and adult basic education statistics, as well as enrollment and success in development or remedial coursework (college readiness).
The Target Outcome for all student achievement metrics is for Copiah-Lincoln Community College students to meet or exceed the average of the Mississippi public community college system and the national average for two-year public community colleges.
Each report card includes information for the specific college, along with figures for the system. Most metrics are based upon a specified cohort of students, defined as a group of students who enter or start a program at the same time. Specific cohort definitions and dates are indicated with each metric. Cohort dates will vary, depending on whether the metric reflects entry or outcome data.
Visit the links below to view the Report Cards. Click here to view the Executive Summary.
Copiah-Lincoln Community College Institutional Report Cards
- 2014 Report Card
- 2015 Report Card
- 2016 Report Card
- 2017 Report Card
- 2018 Report Card
- 2019 Report Card
- 2020 Report Card
- 2021 Report Card
- 2016 Report Card with Thresholds and Analyses
- 2017 Report Card with Thresholds and Analyses
- 2018 Report Card with Thresholds and Analyses
- 2019 Report Card with Thresholds and Analyses
National Student Clearinghouse Completion Data
- Fall 2011 Institutional Benchmark Report
- Fall 2012 Institutional Benchmark Report
- Fall 2013 Institutional Benchmark Report