Information for the 2015-2016 fiscal year.
Students Enrolled in Credit Programs
||% or number
|Enrolled credit hours
|Asian / Pacific Islander
|Native Hawaiian or Pacific Island
|Career and technical
|Total awards granted
|Total graduates 1951-2015
Enrollment, Graduation and Transfer
The Federal government, under the Student Right to Know Act, requires that all colleges and universities report the proportion of full-time students who complete programs within 150% of the normal time required for completion. For Elgin Community College, a community college with two-year programs, that time period is three years for associate degrees and proportionately less for certificates.
Fall 2010 (FY11) Cohort of Full-Time Degree/Certificate Seeking Students*
||State of Illinois
|Initial cohort (full-time, first-time, degree/certificate seeking)
|Completed a degree or certificate
|Completed within 150% of normal time
|Completed in more than 150% of normal time
|Transferred to another institution
|Transferred to a 4-year or greater institution (Percent based on initial cohort of 1,540 for Elgin Community College.)
|Transferred to a 4-year institution (Percent based on total number of 446 transferring to another institution.)
|Transferred to a 2-year institution (Percent based on initial cohort Elgin Community College cohort of 1,540.)
|Transferred to a 2-year institution (Percent based on total number of 446 transferring to another institution.)
|Did not transfer to another institution and are not enrolled
|Successful (completed, transferred, or still enrolled)
|*Source: ICCB GRS Report for Elgin Community College 4/19/13 and ICCB GRS Report for the State 5/2/13
Completion statistics released by the Illinois Community College Board disclose how full-time students who entered Elgin Community College in Fall 2009 compared with other community college students in Illinois. Fifty-four percent of Elgin Community College students had completed, transferred, or were still enrolled three years later.
If these students were followed for four years rather than three years, the transfer and graduation rates would increase. Three years is a relatively short time frame for community college students, many of whom are working full-time or part-time: others may leave school temporarily for work or family reasons; or they may change their program of study; and some students may require developmental coursework upon admission. All of these factors tend to delay events like graduation or transfer.
For disaggregated completion/graduation rates see performance report
Criminal Incidents Statistics and Information
The college prepares, publishes and disseminates statistical reports on crimes and arrests defined under the Crime Awareness and Campus Safety Act of 1990, CFR 668.41. More»
Information addressing H1N1 influenza (swine flu) provided by the U.S. Department of Justice.
More Right to Know Information
Illinois Community College Board (ICCB)
The ICCB is a statewide website that provides a single point of reference to review salary and benefits information for administrative and instructional employees (full and part-time) in Illinois’ 48 public community colleges. The Illinois Community College System Annual Administrator and Faculty Salary and Benefits Portal addresses requirements of Public Act 096-0266. More»