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Accountability & Student Outcomes at Palomar College

Reporting for California Community Colleges (ARCC)
The passage of Assembly Bill 1417 triggered the creation of a performance measurement system for the California Community Colleges (CCC). Specifically, as a result of this legislation, the California Community Colleges System Office (CCCSO) designed and implemented a performance measurement system that contains performance indicators for the system and its colleges. Each year, the CCCSO produces this report. Colleges review the report and provide a self evaluation on college-level performance metrics. Further, local Boards of Trustees are required to review the results of their colleges' performance on each metric. The performance indicators are organized into four major categories:

  • Student Progress & Achievement Degree/Certificate/Transfer
  • Student Progress & Achievement–Vocational/Occupational/Workforce Development
  • Pre-Collegiate Improvement – Basic Skills, ESL, & NonCredit
  • Participation Rates (system-level data only)

2011-12 ARCC Report

2010-11 ARCC Report

2009-10 ARCC Report

2008-09 ARCC Report

2007-08 ARCC Report

2006-07 ARCC Report

Federally-Mandated Report for Community Colleges Completion and Transfer Rates.  Student Right-to-Know refers to a Federally-mandated public disclosure of a college's completion rate and transfer rate. These rates are based on a cohort of first-time freshmen entering during a fall term and who are enrolled full-time and are degree-seeking. For further information and Palomar's rates, please visit: