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MCC Facts 2014-15

Our Mission
To educate and prepare diverse learners to achieve scholarly, professional, and individual success within local and global contexts.

· Established in 1961
· Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education
· Membership on the League for Innovation in the Community College’s board of directors

Our Vision
MCC will champion opportunity, innovation, and excellence to transform lives and communities.

Our Core Values
· Integrity
· Empowerment
· Excellence
· Inclusiveness
· Collaboration

Enrollment
Fall 2014 Credit..................................................................15,335
2013-14 Credit/Noncredit...................................................35,188
Female................................................................................53%
Male....................................................................................47%
Minority...............................................................................37%
Under 20 years old.............................................................34%
20-24..................................................................................32%
25-29..................................................................................13%
30+......................................................................................21%
Monroe County Residents..................................................82%
Average Age of MCC Students ..........................................21
Number of Military Veterans and Active-duty Students....................649
Students Enrolled in at Least One Online Course in 2013-14..........7,890
A total of 487,166 students have attended MCC since fall 1962.

Fall 2014 Enrollment by Towns in Monroe County
Town Number
Brighton 555
Chili 558
Clarkson 78
East Rochester 103
Gates 561
Greece 1,747
Hamlin 104
Henrietta 819
Irondequoit 871
Mendon 114
Ogden 322
Parma 271
Penfield 497
Perinton 529
Pittsford 265
Riga 70
Rochester 4,112
Rush 46
Sweden 126
Webster 689
Wheatland 71
Out of
Monroe
County
2,827

Employees
Full-time Faculty: 314
Part-time Employees and Adjunct Faculty: 883
Full-time Administrative/Professional: 301
Full-time Support Staff: 308

Academics
Degree and Certificate Programs: More than 90

Top Declared Majors
1. Liberal Arts and Sciences -- General Studies
2. Business Administration
3. Criminal Justice (A.S.)
4. Nursing
5. Hospitality Management
6. Engineering Science
7. Liberal Arts and Sciences -- Science
8. Human Services (A.A.S.)
9. Human Services (A.S.)
10. Criminal Justice -- Police Science (A.A.S.)

Educational Intent
as indicated by students enrolled in fall 2014*

Transfer 58%
Workforce/Career 20%
Personal Interest 0.5%
Undeclared 21%
* Percentages don’t add up to 100 because of rounding.

Prior Educational Experience
as indicated by students enrolled in fall 2014

No College or University 52%
Some College or University 34%
Associate Degree 7%
Bachelor’s Degree 5%
Master’s Degree or Higher 1%
Unknown 1%

Educational Goals*
Students Enrolled in Transfer Programs: 70%
Students Enrolled in Career Programs: 22%
Students Not Enrolled in a Program: 9%
Four-Year Schools That Class of 2013 Transferred to: 132
* Percentages don’t add up to 100 because of rounding.

MCC has unique dual-degree agreements with 29 four-year institutions, including many SUNY colleges.

Student Life
Clubs/Organizations: More than 50
Residence Hall Bed Capacity: 772
Intercollegiate Sports Teams: 12
NJCAA Team National Championships: 25
NJCAA Individual National Champions: 25

MCC Corporate College
Designed to anticipate and respond to the needs of the regional and national workforce, MCC Corporate College takes an innovative approach in providing noncredit and credit workforce solutions. Professional guidance, data collection and expert analysis are core components of its work process. Courses are delivered as both open-enrollment and custom-training solutions, and are available to help businesses, industries, agencies and individuals maintain a competitive edge.
http://www.workforceforward.com.

Economic & Workforce Development
Employees of businesses, schools, nonprofits, government and public agencies receive specialized training offered by specialized arms of MCC: MCC Corporate College, Workforce Development, Public Safety Training Facility, Homeland Security Management Institute, and Agriculture and Life Sciences Institute. Training is customized to fit clients' needs and can be delivered at MCC, off-campus sites or online.

Number of Registrations for Courses Offered Through MCC Corporate College in 2013-14: 5,769

MCC is a model for developing programs that align with employment opportunities, creating meaningful industry collaborations and using strategies grounded in local labor market data. Here are two ways MCC addresses our region’s current and emerging workforce needs:

MCC Career Coach – This web-based tool provides up-to-date local employment data and matches local job opportunities with the education and training offered at MCC. http://www.monroecc.edu/go/careercoach

● Rochester Area Skill Needs Assessment and Business Climate Survey – Surveys of local businesses are conducted biannually to identify skill and training needs and gauge the business climate. http://www.monroecc.edu/go/MCCSkillsReport

In 2013-14, MCC worked with more than 170 employers and organizations in the public and private sectors to provide workforce training.

High-quality Benchmarks

MCC is among the top 10 U.S. community colleges recognized for innovative uses of technology to achieve first-rate student learning environments.

MCC is ranked in the top 2% of U.S. community colleges for most associate degrees awarded.

MCC is a military-friendly school, according to G.I. Jobs magazine and Military Advanced Education journal.

The Corporation for National and Community Service has named MCC to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll in recognition of exemplary civic engagement and service learning three times.

114 MCC students earned the national 2013 President’s Volunteer Service Award, engaging in a total of 23,078 hours of civic service.

Five students earned recognition from the National Junior College Athletic Association for achieving a GPA of 3.6 or higher in 2013-14.

Fourteen students earned All-American recognition from the National Junior College Athletic Association for their athletic achievements in 2013-14.

John Wadach, Engineering Science and Physics Department chairperson and professor, was named 2014 Outstanding Community Colleges Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.

Seven students received the 2014 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence for their achievements in scholastics as well as in leadership, athletics, community service, creative and performing arts, campus involvement or career.

Four students were named to the Phi Theta Kappa honor society’s 2014 All-New York Academic Team based on their outstanding academic performance and service to the college and community.

Graduates of MCC’s nursing, radiologic technology and dental hygiene programs perform well above state and national averages on certification and licensure exams — achieving pass rates of 96% or higher.

A robotic vehicle designed and built by engineering science students won first place in the 2014 SUNY Two-Year Engineering Science Association’s engineering design competition.

Faculty and staff have received 112 SUNY Chancellor’s Awards recognizing excellence in teaching, faculty service, professional service, librarianship, classified service, and scholarship and creative activities.

Finances/Tuition
Budget: $126,900,000
Full-time Tuition: $1,708/semester in-state, $3,416 out-of-state*
Per Credit Hour Tuition: $143 in-state, $286 out-of-state*
Student Financial Aid: $89.5 million
*As of fall 2014

In upstate New York, MCC has the lowest tuition and fees per credit hour among community colleges.

Economic Impact
The average MCC student’s income increases by $8.30 for every dollar the student invests in MCC.

Students enjoy 18.3% average rate of return on their MCC educational investment, recovering all costs in 8.8 years.

The MCC-educated workforce adds approximately $510 million in income to Monroe County each year.

State and local governments see an annual rate of return of 7.9% on their support for MCC.

Local employers continue to hire the vast majority of MCC graduates.

Community Impact
Grants Brought into the Community in 2013-14: $4.3 million
Contributions from Private Philanthropists to the MCC Foundation and Transferred to the College in Support of Programs, Facilities and Scholarships in 2013-14: $2.5 million
Since 1993, the MCC Foundation has awarded more than $7.9 million in scholarships.

MCC strengthens the education continuum by developing, cultivating and sustaining clear pathways extending from early childhood through career. Here are several key initiatives through which MCC helps underrepresented and/or at-risk students achieve academic success:

● Academy for Collegiate Excellence (for Grade 12)

● College readiness programs in World of Inquiry School, East High School, Rush-Henrietta (for Grades 11-12)

● Horizons summer program (for Grades 1-8)

● Liberty Partnerships Program (for Grades 7-12)

● Pathways in Technology Early College High School (for Grades 9-14)

● Rochester Early College International High School (for Grades 9-12)

● Science and Technology Entry Program (for Grades 7-12)

● Upward Bound (for Grades 8-12)

In 2013-14, nearly 4,000 high school students from 52 schools and BOCES locations took courses through MCC for college credit in their home school. In partnerships with high schools, MCC offers more than 70 different courses for dual-enrollment credit so students can get a head start on almost any MCC degree.

Percentage of 2013 Monroe County high school graduates enrolled at MCC: 24%

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