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Iowa Community College Program Outcomes

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Iowa Gap Tuition Assistance Program Outcomes
The Gap Tuition Assistance Program (GAP) was established as part of the Skilled Worker and Job Creation Fund that provides funding to community colleges to support job training programs.  This program was established to provide funding to community colleges for need-based tuition assistance to applicants to enable completion of continuing education certificate training programs for in-demand occupations.  This first annual report provides an overview of the demographics, enrollment, completion, and employment outcomes of participants in GAP for academic years (AY) 2015 and 2016.

Iowa Skilled Worker Pipeline Report
The Iowa Skilled Worker Pipeline report provides policy-makers, educators, and students with tangible results illustrating the number of issued community college credit awards by occupational category, and how those awards relate to current and future in-demand occupations throughout the state of Iowa.

Iowa Community Colleges Statewide Report AY 2011 to AY 2015
The Iowa Community Colleges Statewide report documents the educational and employment outcomes of students completing community college certificate, diploma, and associate degree programs, including the number of awards, time-to-degree, retention, migration, transfer to four year institutions, employment and wages, career clusters, and career pathways.

Detailed data tables are available for each Academic Year listed below. Select the academic year to download the data.

AY 2011 AY 2012 AY 2013 AY 2014 AY 2015 AY 2011 - 15 (Aggregate)

The data tables are tabbed within each report for the following:

Table 1:  Overall Employment and Wages
Table 2:  Overall Employment and Wages by State of Employment
Table 3:  Overall Employment by Industry Sector of Employment
Table 4:  Overall Employment and Wages by State and Industry Sector of Employment
Table 5:  Employment and Wages by Gender
Table 6:  Employment and Wages by Award Type (Aggregated)
Table 7:  Employment and Wages by Award Type (Aggregated) by State of Employment
Table 8:  Employment and Wages by Award Type (Aggregated) by Industry Sector of Employment
Table 9:  Employment and Wages by Award Type (Aggregated) by State and Industry Sector of Employment
Table 10: Employment and Wages by Specific Award Type
Table 11: Employment and Wages by Specific Award Type and State of Employment
Table 12: Employment and Wages by Specific Award Type and Industry Sector of Employment
Table 13: Employment and Wages by Specific Award Type, State and Industry Sector of Employment
Table 14: Employment and Wages by Program (CIP) and Specific Award Type
Table 15: Employment and Wages by Program (CIP), Specific Award Type and State of Employment
Table 16: Employment and Wages by Program (CIP), Specific Award Type and Industry Sector of Employment
Table 17: Employment and Wages by Career Cluster


Iowa Community College Program Outcomes Interactive Charts

Iowa Community College Program Outcomes iconThe Iowa Community Colleges Statewide Program Outcomes interactive charts and data sets display the educational and employment outcomes of students completing community college certificate, diploma, and associate degree programs, including type of award, type of educational program, career clusters and sub-clusters, migration, employment frequency and wages, and previously earned degrees. Click on the chart to the left to get started.

 

Printed from the Iowa Department of Education website on September 25, 2017 at 3:52pm.