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Welcome to the Office of

Institutional Effectiveness

 

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Please click the three lines on the left of the screen to access Data Dashboards and other information.  Additional resources for faculty and staff may be found on the Institutional Effectiveness SharePoint site.

Institutional Effectiveness SharePoint site

What's New

Los Angeles Valley College Fast Facts

Established: June 1949
Campus: Located on 105 - acres in the eastern San Fernando Valley

Special programs, accreditation and other information about LAVC

 

  • Accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC)
  • Member of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC)
  • A Hispanic Serving Institution

 

Enrollment

Enrollment trends (headcount & FTES) from 2012-2022

Academic Year Annual Headcount Fall Headcount Annual FTES
2022-2023 27,178 16,555 10,036.46
2021-2022 24,468 15,061 8,858.15
2020-2021 26,062 16,494 10,206.65
2019-2020 26,796 16,915 10,965.18
2018-2019 26,969 17,785 11,841.41
2017-2018 26,624 16,515 12,115.96
2016-2017 27,568 17,500 11,785.80
2015-2016 27,959 19,080 12,018.41
2014-2015 27,880 19,301 11,928.51
2013-2014 28,203 19,174 11,815.13
2012-2013 26,607 19,236 10,789.70

Source: http://datamart.cccco.edu/Students/Student_Term_Annual_Count.aspx;

http://datamart.cccco.edu/Students/FTES_Summary.aspx

last updated 8/9/23

*Click here for more on LAVC Headcount & Demographics

Academic Programs and Offerings

LAVC Degrees & Certificates 

 

  • 50 AA degrees Certificates of Achievement
  • 20 AS degrees Skills Certificates
  • 18 AT degrees Non-Credit Certificates
  • 8 ST degrees
  • 67 Certificates of Achievement
  • 10 Skills Certificates
  • 24 Non-Credit Certificates

program count last updated 7/7/2023

For a complete list of current programs see the campus catalog

Course Offerings: 1,346 credit sections; 62 non-credit sections (Fall 2022). Source: MIS Data Mart updated 5/7/23

Completion & Transfer Data

Transfer and Completion

LAVC Transfer, Degree and Certificate Awards Data

    • 142 UC Transfers (Fall 2022)
      • Top Transfer Institutions: UCLA (77), UC San Diego (16), UC Berkeley (13) UC Santa Barbara (10)
    • 524 CSU Transfers (Fall 2023) 
      • Top Transfer Institutions: CSUN (434), CSLA (26), CSU Long Beach (11)
      • Transfer GPA: 3.2
      • Top Concentrations: Psychology, Sociology, Management, Art, Marketing, Kinesiology/Physical Education, Liberal Studies, Child Development, Computer Science
    • 115 Transfers to Out-of-State (OOS) institutions (2022-2023)
    • 77 Transfers to In-State-Private (ISP) institutions (2022-2023
    • Cohort Transfer Rate = 6.62% (Source: 2023 Student Right to Know)

     

    updated 2/8/24

    Student Right to Know (3-year transfer and completion rates), Fall 2019 to Spring 2022 Cohort

    Transfer Rate 6.62%

    Completion Rate 32.11%

    (2024 available data)

     

    • 2021-2022 Awards – 3,925 (total)
    • 1,816 students received awards during 2021-2022
    Count of Awards Granted by Type
    Degree Description 2021-22
    AA Associate of Arts 1047
    AS Associate of Science 178
    AT AA Transfer 439
    C Certificate of Achievement 1594
    CN Certificate of Completion 228
    CS Skill Certificate 61
    ST AS Transfer 378

     

    LAVC Employee Data

    Faculty, Staff and Other Employees

     

    Faculty
    Year 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015
    Full-Time 192 195 205 202 202 213 201 186
    Part-Time 449 404 423 441 451 396 432 471
    All Other Employees
    Year 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015
    Full-Time 241 243 246 231 227 225 218 223
    Part-Time 293 384 518 620 667 619 571 501

    Source: LACCD Report for Department of Census Survey updated June 28, 2021

    LAVC Student Profile

    Institution-Set Standards

    The minimum acceptable standards set by the institution

     

      Institution Set Standard
    (Floor)
    Current
    *Updated 6/13/22
    Success (course success) 66% 69% (Fall 2021)
    Retention (within course) 84% 86% (Fall 2021)
    Persistence - (Fall to Fall - New Student Cohort) 54% 56% (Fall 2020 Cohort)
    Degree Awards (AA, AS, ST, ST) - count 1298 2,190 (2020-21)
    Certificate Awards (CA) - count 1163 1,495 (2020-21)
    UC & CSU Transfer (count) 832 974 (Fall 2021)
    823 - CSU (Fall 2021)
    151 - UC (Fall 2021)

    Community Colleges Profile & Information

    Mission

    The Office of Institutional Effectiveness facilitates and supports campus-wide processes for evaluating the effectiveness of programs and the institution in order to foster sustainable continuous quality improvement. The Office of Institutional Effectiveness is coordinates and supports institutional efforts related to data, research,  accountability, assessment for planning, goal-setting, and decision-making.

    OIE Team Contact Information

    Office Location

    Requests and Questions:

    Office: ACA 2201

    Contact

    Email: @email


    Michelle Fowles, Dean, Institutional Effectiveness
    Email: fowlesmr@eamfn.net
    Phone: (818) 947-2437

     


    Agyeman Boateng, Research Analyst
    Email: boatenas@eamfn.net
    Phone: (818) 778-5978

    Cathy Jin, Research Analyst
    Email: jinck@eamfn.net
    Phone: (818) 778-5917


    Michelle Lin, Research Analyst
    Email: @email
    Phone: (818) 947-7205

    Ilene Sutter, Administrative Assistant
    Email: sutteril@eamfn.net
    Phone: (818) 947-2686