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Graduation Rates

  • SPC provides each student with valuable information about the success of students who attend the college. These Student Graduation Rates track students who entered the college in the fall of 2009 through the spring of 2013. To accurately describe graduation rates of students who are fully committed to graduating, only full-time students who entered the college for the first time that fall were included in this cohort. By limiting the study to full-time, first-time-in-college students, the number of students enrolled at the college is greatly underrepresented.

    In fact, this population is so small that it would be inappropriate to draw broad conclusions about all students attending the college. Still, most SPC students do very well when compared to state averages for graduation. Additionally, it is important to note that many students who have not graduated may have transferred to a four-year college or university, or taken a job in the field of their major, and they may consider themselves to be fully successful.

    Student Graduation Rates - Fall '13 to Spring '17 (Full-Time)

     Graduation Rates 

  • AA Student Transfer Rates 2009-10 to 2014-15

     The table below reports the number of SPC students who graduated with an Associate in Arts degree and transferred to the State University System. SPC is a major contributor of transfer students to the State University System.

    Graduation Rates AA