Institutional Effectiveness

Achievements and outcomes

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Quality, Timely and Useful Information

It is the vision of the Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness at Bay de Noc Community College to transform institutional data into a rich body of relevant strategic intelligence that is accessible and useful to decision-makers and to promote a culture of assessment that will provide continuous improvement of learning and services on the college campus.

The office strives to provide quality, timely, useful and user-friendly information and analysis services to support college and departmental planning, decision-making, and accreditation activities on campus, while coordinating and maintaining reporting requirements for external agencies and organizations.  The office provides leadership to integrate research and planning into College departments and programs.  The office will support the administrative decision making processes through increased visibility and utilization of research and planning, thus contributing significantly to the continuing efforts to improve quality and effectiveness of the College. The Office will serve as a reliable source for comprehensive and reliable information about the institution.

Fall 2023 Fall 2023 FTE (IPEDS: Fall full-time headcount + Fall part-time headcount*.335737)
1996 1057
Fall 2022 to Winter 2023 (Degree Seeking Fall 2022 non-graduates returned Winter 2023) Fall 2022 to Fall 2023 (Degree Seeking Fall 2021 non-graduates returned Fall 2021)
75.05% 50.4%
Awards Conferred
2022-2023 Associates Degrees Certificates
332 250 82
Graduation Rates
2022-2023 (IPEDS 2019 Cohort – Graduate in 150% of time) 2022-2023 (IPEDS Fall 2019 Cohort – Non Graduates – Transfer Out Rate) Combined Completion Rate – IPEDS Fall 2019 Cohort
32% 20% 52%
Athletics Student Right to Know Graduation Rates

Institutional Dashboard

The Institutional Research and Reporting office at Bay College has created this Institutional Dashboard using the updated March, 2017 Key Performance Indicators. Please be sure to read the footnotes provided to understand various nuances of the data.