Data and Characteristics of the Illinois Public Community College System.Report as inadecuate

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This is the nineteenth publication of a comprehensive data book by the Illinois Community College Board. It contains annual data for fiscal year 1999 and fall term data for 1999 (fiscal year 2000). This publication provides information about students, faculty and staff, annual enrollment and completion, operating finances, and capital construction. Section 1, Fall Student Characteristics, includes data on headcount and full-time equivalent (FTE) student enrollments in Illinois public community colleges. The public community colleges of Illinois enroll approximately 65 percent of all students enrolled in public colleges and universities in the state of Illinois. About 40 percent of the students were enrolled in baccalaureate/transfer programs, 36.0 percent in occupational and vocational skills programs, 2.8 percent in general studies programs, 6.6 percent in general associate programs, and 14.4 percent in adult basic education/adult secondary education/English as a Second Language programs. Part-time students accounted for approximately 68 percent of the enrollments. Section 2 contains faculty and staff data. Of the 16,238 teaching faculty employed in fall 1999, 4,393 were full-time faculty. Figure 2 shows headcount distribution of community college employees statewide by employee group: faculty (52.30 percent), other nonteaching professionals (12.51 percent), classified (30.92 percent), and administrators (4.27 percent). (Contains tables and figures.) (JA)

Descriptors: College Administration, College Faculty, Community Colleges, Enrollment Trends, Institutional Characteristics, School Demography, Two Year College Students, Two Year Colleges

Author: Illinois Community Coll. Board, Springfield.


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