Persistence Rate - Special Populations

Increase semester to semester persistence

  • Special populations (developmental, young male, black non-Hispanic) increase by 5% over the baseline.

Final Target Status > >Partially Achieved

  • Developmental student persistence has decreased 4.0% since the baseline year.
  • Young male persistence has decreased 6.9% since the baseline year.
  • Black non-Hispanic persistence has increased 7.5% since the baseline year and is above the target.

Persistence Rate - Special Populations

Source: Achieving the Dream Official Data Submission. Based on first enrollment at Harper College.

Young male refers to students age 20-24 at the time of their first credit course enrollment at Harper College.