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Bond Election: DCCCD Quick Facts

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+13.1% Total Increase

Fall 2013: 73,206 students

Fall 2018: 82,800 students

Graph that explains enrollment growth across DCCCD.
 
82% of 2016-17 (Cohort 1) equalling 2,056 stuents, are enrolled in Spring 2019

This is 14 points higher than DCCCD average retention (68%).

72% increase in Early College High School (ECHS)/Pathways to Technology Early College High School (P-TECH)

(From 18 to 31 schools)

88% of 2016-17 DISD ECHS students remained at an ECHS in 2017-18

This is 11% higher than non-ECHS.

3,100 new students enrolled as 9th Graders in
P-TECH/ECHS in 2017-18
 
 
78% dual credit enrollment increase between 2012 and 2017
 
 
69% of dual credit 2016 graduates enrolled in college the next year
 
 
92.1% first year to second year persistence rate for first time in college students in 2017
 
 
49.8% four-year graduation rate for 2013 high school graduates with dual credit

This is 18% higher than non-dual credit students.

Dual Credit Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

 
Guided Pathways to Success
 
  • 47 Guided Pathways, streamlined semester to semester course roadmaps introduced April 2018
  • 25 academic advisors
  • 7 career coaches
  • 5 navigators hired and trained, joiing 84 academic advisors and 20 career services staff

Transfers to a 4-Year University by Race/Ethnicity

Certificates by Race/Ethnicity

Associate Degrees by Race/Ethnicity