A summary of key student achievement metrics is provided below. For each metric, EFC identifies as its target a range of rates between one-half of one standard deviation below and one-half of one standard deviation above the mean of a peer group.
Graduation rates for both full and part-time students are monitored. A full-time student is one who enrolled in their first fall taking 12 or more semester credit hours. A part-time student is one who enrolled in their first fall taking less than 12 semester credit hours.
Three-Year Graduation Rate – Part-time Students
Six-Year Graduation Rate – Part-time Students
Three-Year Graduation Rate – Full-time Students
Six-Year Graduation Rate – Full-time Students
Graduate success is measured through transfer and employment rates.
The Graduate Transfer Rate is defined as the percentage of graduates enrolled in a Texas two- or four-year institution in the following fall after graduation. The Graduate Employment Rate is defined as the percentage of graduates employed in the fourth quarter of the calendar year after graduation.
Graduate Transfer Rate
Graduate Employment Rate
Eastfield monitors student progress and achievement through developmental education in both math and reading/writing.
Student achievement in developmental education is measured by the percentage of developmental education students who successfully complete the first college-level course with an A, B, or C in the related area within two years of college enrollment. Developmental students are those that place below state readiness standards on the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) in either math or reading/writing.
Developmental Education- Reading/Writing
Developmental Education- Math