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Institutional Success - High School Market Penetration

 

Dual/Concurrent Credit Penetration Rate measures the percent of total district high school students who enrolled at Harper at any time prior to high school graduation. Harper’s dual/concurrent penetration rate increased from 4.29% in 2011 to 18.80% in 2015. The dual/concurrent penetration rate did not achieve the target.

2016 Target: Stretch = 24.0-25.0%

This indicator was added to the refocused IEMs in FY2015 as a subset of new in college penetration rate. The stretch target of 24.0-25.0% reflects the expected linear increase based on the 2012 through 2014 data.

The percent of total district high school students who enroll at Harper at any time prior to high school graduation and do not enroll at Harper within one year of high school graduation.
Harper College Office of Institutional Research

 

Post-High School Penetration Rate measures the percent of total district high school graduates who enrolled at Harper at any time within one year post-high school graduation. Harper’s post-high school penetration rate decreased to its lowest level in 2014. Despite a slight increase in 2015, the post-high school penetration rate did not achieve the target.

2016 Target: Expected = 32.0-33.0%

This indicator was added to the refocused IEMs in FY2015 as a subset of new in college penetration rate. The expected target of 32.0-33.0% reflects the average success rates of the 2009 through 2013 data.

The percent of total district high school graduates who enroll at Harper at any time within one year post-high school graduation.

 

New in College Penetration Rate measures the percent of total district high school graduates who enrolled at Harper at any time within one year of high school graduation. Harper’s new in college penetration rate increased to a high of 50.44% with the 2015 graduating class, achieving the target.

2016 Target: Improvement = 38.0-39.0%

This indicator was added to the refocused IEMs in FY2015. The improvement target of 38.0-39.0% reflects a two-percentage point increase beyond the average of the 2006 through 2010 data.

The percent of total district high school graduates (including dual-credit) who enroll at Harper at any time within one year of high school graduation.
NCCBP and Harper College Office of Institutional Research