Graduation, Retention, & Transfer Rates

Title I of the Act, known as the “Student Right-to-Know Act,” requires Austin Community College (ACC) District to disclose institution-wide graduation rates of certificate- or degree-seeking, full-time students entering the institution.

As a result of the first baccalaureate degree implemented at ACC, the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), ACC’s reporting status for the Integrated Postsecondary Data System of the National Center for Education Statistics changed from a public two-year institution to a public four-year institution, effective fall 2018. Based on this new status, ACC’s four-year average graduation rate is 14 percent, the transfer-out rate is 36 percent, and the retention rate is 0 percent. The retention rate uses the full-time, first-time-in-college, bachelor degree cohort. Since ACC currently requires students entering into a bachelor degree program to already have an associate’s degree, this number will be 0.

Student Success Reports

Austin Community College (ACC) District is transforming the learning landscape with data-driven initiatives and processes that have far-reaching impacts on student achievement.

ACC’s Student Success Reports explore three critical areas-access and entry, persistence and engagement, and completion and transfer/employment. These reports also include snapshots of new initiatives as well as a few stories behind the metrics.

2021-22 Performance Measures Summary Report – PDF

2021-22 Student Success Report – PDF

2020-21 Performance Measures Summary Report – PDF

2020-21 Student Success Report – PDF

2019 Student Success Report – PDF

2018 Student Success Report – PDF