The College encourages a workplace and learning environment free of discrimination, harassment and/or inappropriate treatment of any student, employee or guest because of any person’s race, sex, color, creed, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status, gender identity, gender expression, disability or any category protected under federal, state or local law. This policy applies to all students, faculty and staff of the College, as well as to persons employed by contractors or vendors who provide routine daily services to the college.
You can find more in the Harassment Free Environment Policy

For Prospective and Current Students

General Institutional Information

Tuition and Financial Aid Information

Student Handbooks

Fall of 2016 Student Enrollment
  • Total enrollment 882
  • Undergraduate enrollment 690
  • Graduate enrollment 192
  • Student-to-faculty ratio 7 to 1

Fall of 2016 Diversity of Enrollment (All Students)

Percent of all students by gender:

  • Percent of all students who are female 93%
  • Percent of all students who are male 7%

Percent of all students by race/ethnicity:

  • American Indian or Alaska Native 1%
  • Asian 1%
  • Black or African American 4%
  • Hispanic/Latino 3%
  • Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0%
  • White 74%
  • Two or More Races 2%
  • Race and ethnicity unknown 12%
  • Nonresident alien 2%

Fall of 2016 Diversity of Enrollment: Undergraduate Student Characteristics

Percent of all students by gender:

  • Percent of all students who are female 93%
  • Percent of all students who are male 7%
  • Percent of undergraduates who are full-time 62%

Percent of undergraduates by race/ethnicity:

  • American Indian or Alaska Native 1%
  • Asian 1%
  • Black or African American 5%
  • Hispanic/Latino 2%
  • Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0%
  • White 76%
  • Two or More Races 2%
  • Race and ethnicity unknown 10%
  • Nonresident alien 3%

Graduate Student Characteristics

  • Percent of all students by gender:
  • Percent of all students who are female 94%
  • Percent of all students who are male 6%
  • Percent of graduate students who are full-time 36%

Federal Pell Grant Recipients

  • Percentage of Fall 2015 First-Time Full-Time Undergraduate Students Receiving Pell Grants: 54%
Student Outcomes

Undergraduate Retention Rate Cohort (Fall 2015 to Fall 2016)

  • First-time, full-time bachelor’s seeking student retention rate: 71% (47 of 66 returning for second year)
  • First-time, part-time bachelor’s seeking student retention rate: 33% (1 of 3 returning for second year)

Graduation Rate for students pursuing Bachelor’s Degrees

(First-time, full-time bachelor’s seeking students from cohort year 2010)

  • Graduation Rate for Bachelor’s Cohort 45%
  • Total number of students in the Adjusted 2010 Cohort: 89
  • Total number of bachelor’s degree completers within 150% of normal time (6 years): 40

Student Employment and Continuing Education

  • The following information is based on the most recent longitudinal survey of all graduates (2011 to 2013) one year after graduation. Overall response rate was 38% (272/716).
  • 93% (246/265) of responding graduates reported continuing their education and/or employed.
  • Continuing Education: 18% (50) of responding graduates reported continuing their education.
  • Employment: 92% (220) of responding graduates reported being employed. 69% (165) of responding graduates report being employed within their major. 74% (178) of responding graduates report being employed full-time.