HS Program Data

Demographics Spring 2016

Gender

  • Human Services Interest
    Human Services
  • Females: 88.48%
    Females: 93.27%
  • Males: 11.52%
    Males: 6.73%

Race

  • Human Services Interest
    Human Services
  • Asian or Pacific Islander: 1.82%
     Asian or Pacific Islander: 0.96%
  • Black: 35.76%
     Black: 35.58%
  • Hispanic: 5.45%
     Hispanic: 8.65%
  • Multi-racial: 3.64%
     Multi-racial: 4.81%
  • Unknown Un-declared: 4.85%
     Unknown Un-declared: 2.88%
  • White: 48.48%
     Whites: 47.12%

Full/Part-Time Student Enrollment 2011–17

Human Services

  • Fall 2011
    Fall 2012
    Fall 2013
    Fall 2014
  • Full Time: 
    77.2%

    Part Time: 
    22.8%

    Full Time: 
    73.9%

    Part Time: 
    326.1%

    Full Time: 
    69.4%

    Part Time: 
    30.6%

    Full Time: 
    74.4%

    Part Time: 
    25.6%

  • Fall 2015
    Fall 2016
    Fall 2017
    Fall 2018
  • Full Time: 
    74%

    Part Time: 
    26%

    Full Time: 
    80.7%

    Part Time: 
    19.3%

    Full Time: 
    87.2%

    Part Time: 
    12.8%

Human Services Interest

  • Fall 2011
    Fall 2012
    Fall 2013
    Fall 2014
  • Full Time: 
    67.7%

    Part Time: 
    32.3%

    Full Time: 
    67.1%

    Part Time: 
    32.9%

    Full Time: 
    73%

    Part Time: 
    27%

    Full Time: 
    73.9%

    Part Time: 
    26.1%

  • Fall 2015
    Fall 2016
    Fall 2017
    Fall 2018
  • Full Time: 
    68.1%

    Part Time: 
    31.9%

    Full Time: 
    77%

    Part Time: 
    23%

    Full Time: 
    76.9%

    Part Time: 
    23.1%

Admission Category 2015-17

Fall 2015

  •  
    First Time
    Transfer
    Unknown
  • Human Services
    44.8%
    53.8%
    1.3%
  • Human Services Interest
    42%
    57.1%
    0.8%

Fall 2016 

  •  
    First Time
    Transfer
    Unknown
  • Human Services
    46.9%
    51.7%
    1.4%
  • Human Services Interest
    60.4%
    38.5%
    1.1%

Fall 2017

  •  
    First Time
    Transfer
    Unknown
  • Human Services
    61.7%
    37.6%
    0.8%
  • Human Services Interest
    57.8%
    40.5%
    1.7%

Rentention and Graduation 2010–15

  •  
    Retention Rate After -
  •  
    1 Year
    2 Years
    3 Years
  • 2010
    58.3%
    25%
    25%
  • 2012
    28.6%
    14.3%
    28.6%
  • 2013
    50%
    40%
    30%
  • 2014
    20%
    20%
  • 2015
    63.6%
  •  
    Cumulative Graduation Rate After -
  •  
    4 Years
    5 Years
    6 Years
  • 2010
    8.3%
    16.7%
    25%
  • 2012
    14.3%

Human Services Degrees Granted 2010-17

  • Academic Year
    Number of Graduates
  • 2010–2011
    76
  • 2011–2012
    72
  • 2012–2013
    107
  • 2013–2014
    92
  • 2014–2015
    93
  • 2015–2016
    123
  • 2016–2017
    82

Certified Non-Profit Professionals (CNP) 1998-2016

  •  
    Number of CNP Graduates
  • 1998–2016
    90

Human Services Graduate Survey Report 2014–15 

  • job

    50.6% Employed at the Time of Graduation

     

    • grad-cap

      18.2% Attending a Graduate Program

       

      • work

        100% Experiential Education Participation

         


        Human Services Alumni Survey 2006–16

        • 58.4% VERY GOOD / EXCELLENT

        • TOP ANSWER — GOOD

        • TOP ANSWER — SATISFIED
        • TOP ANSWER — ADVANCE INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE
        • TOP ANSWER — 0–3 MONTHS
        • TOP ANSWER — GOVERNMENT / NON-PROFIT SECTOR
        • 34.69% CHILD & YOUTH SERVICES
          22.45% CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES
          22.45% FOSTER CARE
          16.32% HEALTHCARE
          8.16% COMMUNITY PLANNING/DEVELOPMENT
          8.16% CORRECTIONS/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
          6.12% AGING
          6.12% ALCOHOL, DRUG, OR SUBSTANCE ABUSE
          2.04% HOSPICE

        Student Voices

        • This is a great program. My internship was very helpful; it opened so many doors”

        • Great options for non-traditional students who are working a full-time job and/or have kids”

        • I really enjoyed the diversity of the faculty”

         

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