Institutional Data Reports

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A report (created April 2017) that addresses commonly asked questions about where Berea College graduates reside after they leave the institution.
A report that assesses how well Berea College is fulfilling its mission of serving low income students. It contains data trends for the: 1) average family income of students; 2) the percent who receive federal Pell grants; 3) average Expected Family Contribution (EFC); 4) loan activity; 5) average labor earnings; and 6) debt at graduation. The data are broken out by various student groups of interest and the report is organized by first-year students, all degree-seeking students and graduates. Trends are reported in constant dollars.
The purpose of this report is to help assess the College’s effectiveness at serving non-traditional students. Non-traditional students are defined here as domestic (not international) students who fit one of the following categories: a single parent; married with a child(ren); married with no child(ren); and/or 24 years of age or older. The report includes a brief introduction and some background on the College’s commitment to non-traditional students (especially single parents). Data related to enrollment trends, financial characteristics, debt, senior survey ratings, participation in high impact activities and graduation rates are included in the report.
This report compares the participation rates of various groups of Berea College students in high impact activities and how this relates to college graduation rates. It also includes high school preparation data.