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Chapter 1. California Student Aid Commission.Article 4. Reporting of Program Data. Graduation Data   

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(a) ?Graduation data? means, for each undergraduate program offered by a qualifying institution, the number of students within the cohort who complete a program and upon whom the institution has actually conferred the degree, diploma, certificate or other formal award, within 100%, 150% and 200% of the published program length of the program, reported by CIP Code, enrollment status, race/ethnicity and gender. Graduation data shall be segregated by each campus of the qualifying institution.

(1) In order for an institution to report a student as completing within 100% of the published program length, the student shall have completed the program, certificate or degree in 100% or less of the published program length regardless of the enrollment status of the student.

(2) In order for an institution to report a student as completing within 150% of the published program length, the student shall have completed the program, certificate or degree in 101-150% of the published program length regardless of the enrollment status of the student.

(3) In order for an institution to report a student as completing within 200% of the published program length, the student shall have completed the program, certificate or degree in 151-200% of the published program length, regardless of the enrollment status of the student.

(b) An institution may elect to report graduation data beyond 200% of the published program length of the program in the same format required by subdivision (a). An institution electing to report additional graduation data may report for students completing the program, certificate or degree in 250%, 300%, 350% and 400% of published program length.

(1) In order for an institution to report a student as completing within 250% of the published program length, the student shall have completed the program, certificate or degree in 201-250% of the published program length regardless of the enrollment status of the student.

(2) In order for an institution to report a student as completing within 300% of the published program length, the student shall have completed the program, certificate or degree in 251-300% of the published program length regardless of the enrollment status of the student.

(3) In order for an institution to report a student as completing within 350% of the published program length, the student shall have completed the program, certificate or degree in 301-350% of the published program length, regardless of the enrollment status of the student.

(4) In order for an institution to report a student as completing within 400% of the published program length, the student shall have completed the program, certificate or degree in 351-400% of the published program length, regardless of the enrollment status of the student.

(c) In addition to reporting graduation data, a California community college may report a transfer-out rate by reporting, for each cohort, the number of students who are known to have transferred from the California community college to a baccalaureate degree granting institution.

Authority cited:

Education Code 69433.7

Reference:

Education Code 69433.2

(Amended by Register 2013, No. 21.)