Student Achievement

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 2011–16

  •  
     
    Fall 2011
    Fall 2012
    Fall 2013
    Fall 2014
    Fall 2015
    Fall 2016
  •  
     
    %FT
    %PT
    %FT
    %PT
    %FT
    %PT
    %FT
    %PT
    %FT
    %PT
    %FT
    %PT
  • Human Services 
     
    77.2
    22.8
    73.9
    26.1
    69.4
    30.6
    74.4
    25.6
    74
    26
    80.7
    19.3
  • Human Services Interest
     
    67.7
    32.3 
    67.1
    32.9
    73
    27
    73.9
    26.1
    68.1
    31.9
    77
    23

Admission Catergory 2015-16

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%

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 2010-16

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

Certified Non-Profit Professionals (CNP) 1998-2016

  •  
    Number of CNP Graduates
  • 1998–2016
    90

Human Services Graduate Survey Report 2014–15 

  • 50.6% Employed at the Time of Graduation

     

    • 18.2% Attending a Graduate Program

       

      • 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; I’ve enjoyed being part of it. There are a lot of professors that do their job really really well—which has helped with my own learning method, making it easier for me to comprehend the material. Internships have been very helpful, and I thank the program for including internships because that opens so many doors for us as students—not only to apply what we have learned but also continue learning at our agencies" 

        "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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