IVCCD’s Institutional Research Office provides the District with information and data necessary to support sound decision-making and institutional effectiveness efforts.
The data and reports listed below are available to IVCCD employees on the internal SharePoint site or by contacting the Institutional Researcher.
- Fall Census-day Headcount Report
- Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE website)
- IPEDS Feedback Reports
- National Community College Benchmark Project (NCCBP website)
- Survey of Entering Student Engagement (SENSE pages on CCSSE website)
- Top Workplace Survey (TWS)
- Voluntary Framework of Accountability (VFA pages on American Association of Community Colleges website)
- Iowa Department of Education reports (IDOE website)
Additional reports on fall and academic year comparisons by college, demographics, and programs; awards and completions; CTE graduate placement reports; IPEDS cohort persistence, graduation, and transfer rates; Iowa Regent University transfer reports; selected Iowa economic trends; and graduate wage and educational outcomes data are on the site and can be obtained from the Institutional Researcher.
State & National Reports
The Condition of Education – This National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) report provides nationwide data on participation, student effort and educational progress, and learner outcomes for primary, secondary and postsecondary education in the United States.
Digest of Education Statistics – This National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) report is a compilation of statistical information covering the broad field of American education from pre-kindergarten through graduate school.
Iowa College Student Aid Commission (ICSAC) – ICSAC reports on ethnic diversity, migration patterns of first-time students, work-study programs, and student loan debt.
Iowa Department of Education Community College Reports – Fall credit, tuition and fees, certified budget, and condition of Iowa community colleges reports are available online.
For more information contact Dr. Lisa Breja, IVCCD Institutional Researcher.