W. Va. Code R. § 135-6-5 - Performance Indicators

Current through Register Vol. XXXIX, No. 11, March 18, 2022

5.1. Performance indicators will provide concise data and other information that effectively measure the degree of success in achieving, on an institutional and system basis, statewide goals for the delivery of community and technical college education. Performance levels in the areas of access, workforce development, student access and collaboration will be measured.
5.2. Performance Indicators for Access:
5.2.1. Total Enrollment: Non-duplicated headcount enrollment in credit and non-credit courses for all students and foil-time equivalent enrollment in credit courses.
5.2.2. Traditional Age Student Participation: Non-duplicated headcount and fall-time equivalent enrollment of students ages 18 through 24 (excluding early entrance, dual enrollment and "Earn a Degree -Graduate Early" enrollees) enrolled in credit courses.
5.2.3. Adult Student Participation:
5.2.3.1. Non-duplicated headcount and full-time equivalent enrollment of students ages 25 and older participating in credit courses.
5.2.3.2. Non-duplicated headcount enrollment of students ages 25 and older participating in non-credit programs or courses.
5.2.3.3. The number of students ages 25 and older enrolling in college for the first time.
5.2.4. Costs: Tuition and required fees charged by each community and technical college.
5.3. Performance Indicators for Workforce Development:
5.3.1. Range of Educational and Training Opportunities: The number of skill sets, advanced skill set, certificates, skills enhancement courses, and career technical associate degrees offered by community and technical colleges; and the student enrollment and completers of these programs.
5.3.2. Innovation: The number of new programs implemented in the Certificate and Associate in Applied Science in Technical Studies and the Certificate and Associate in Applied Science in Occupational Development, and the number and types of programs modularized, offered in condensed formats, offered totally or particularly through distance education, or re-packaged and delivered in non-traditional ways.
5.3.3. Direct Employer Services: The total number of skills sets, advanced skill sets, certificates, associate degrees, and skills enhancement courses delivered directly to employers, the number offered at employer sites, the number of participants in such programs and the total number of training contact hours delivered.
5.3.4. Employer Feedback: Statistical measure(s) of employer satisfaction regarding job related knowledge and performance of graduates of skill sets, collegiate certifications, certificates, and career-technical associate degree programs.
5.3.5. Entrepreneurship Education: The total number of focused courses and workshops offered in the area of entrepreneurship and the total number of contact hours generated.
5.3.6. Placement: The placement rate for students completing skill sets, collegiate certifications, certificates and career-technical associate degree programs.
5.3.7. Aid to Workforce Development Students: The number of participants receiving a grant through the Higher Education Adult Part-Time Student (HEAPS) Grant Program workforce development component.
5.4. Performance Indicators for Student Success and Adult Literacy
5.4.1. Productivity: The total number of certificate and associate degrees awarded.
5.4.2. Efficiency: Retention and graduation rates of first-time, full- and part-time students.
5.4.3. Pre-Baccalaureate Preparation: The transfer rate of those students who enter a community and technical college and transfer to a baccalaureate institution.
5.4.4. Licensure Rate: The percentage of students successfully passing professional licensure or certification examinations.
5.4.5. Basic Skills Enhancement. The number and percentage of students successfully completing developmental education courses; the number and percentage of developmental education completers successfully completing the next college-level mathematics and English courses; and the number and percentage of developmental education completers receiving a certificate or associate degree within six years of the completion of developmental courses.
5.4.6. Job Related Basic Skills Attainment: The percentage of certificate and associate degree graduates meeting the prescribed WorkKeys levels for the occupational field of preparation.
5.4.7. Momentum Points of Completion:
5.4.7.1. The number of students successfully completing thirty credit hours of instruction.
5.4.7.2. The number of students earning a certificate or associate degree.
5.4.7.3. The number of adult students successfully completing thirty credit hours of instruction.
5.4.7.4. The number of adult students earning a certificate or associate degree.
5.5. Performance Indicators for Collaboration:
5.5.1. Brokered Courses: The number of courses and/or programs brokered into the community and technical college consortium district from other higher education institutions, public school career-technical education centers or other education providers.
5.5.2. Collaborative Programs: The number of programs delivered in collaboration with employers, private education, private agencies and other education or training providers.
5.5.3. Integrated Programs: The number of Tech Prep 4 + 2 or similarly integrated formal programs or career pathway programs of study implemented between community and technical colleges and public schools.
5.5.4. Early Entrance Enrollment. The total headcount enrollment in early admission and/or dual credit courses delivered by community and technical colleges for high school students.

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