The HawCC fact book was developed to provide an additional means for faculty and staff to find institutional data in support of grants, scholarships, assessment, program review, accreditation, or other reporting needs.
The intention of the HawCC Institutional Research Office is to update the fact book as time and resources will allow during the Summer break every year, so that Faculty and Staff can utilize the site for their reporting needs during the course of the upcoming academic year. The fact book will continue to be built out to accommodate the needs of the college.
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If you’ve looked over our Fact Book and still can’t find what you are looking for, please contact the HawCC Institutional Research Office for assistance by Email: email@example.com or call 934.2648. Mahalo!
The charts linked below were developed to provide a better understanding of the students we currently serve in our community. These snapshots reflect certain characteristics of the 3663 credit student fall enrollments at Hawaii Community College as of 2012.
|Major Program Area||Entering Students|
|Classified Headcount Enrollment||Ethnicity|
|Attendance Status||Hawaiian Ancestry|
|Citizenship Type||Registration Status|
|Educational Level||Early Admit|
|Total Population of Hawaii County (2013 Census Estimate)||189,191|
|Total Land Area of Hawaii County.||4,028 square miles|
|Median Household Income (2008-2012)||$53,591|
|Unemployment Rate, Hawaii County (March 2014)||7.2%|
For the current unemployment rate go to the State of Hawaii Dept of Business, Economic Development & Tourism-Monthly Economic Indicator page at: http://dbedt.hawaii.gov/economic/data_reports/mei/
Click on the Hawaii County link under the list of counties for Historic Monthly Data and go to end of spreadsheet for the most current rate.
In addition to the current unemployment rate for Hawaii County, the link below compares Fall enrollment at HawCC to the Hawaii County unemployment rate.
Many other useful facts about Hawaii County can be found at U.S. Census Bureau County of Hawaii QuickFacts
The following enrollment trend reports for Hawaii Community College are a multi-year overview of fall credit headcount and full-time equivalent student (FTES) counts. Hawaii Community College has experienced huge enrollment gains of about 66% between 2006 and 2011, but we are beginning to see some declines in those numbers starting in 2012. Full-time equivalent student counts follow the same pattern over that period, rising in the last 5 years and are recently dropping off.
|Multi-Year Hawaii Community College Fall Enrollment Trends||Multi-Year Hawaii Community College Fall FTE Student Enrollment Trends|
|Fall Enrollment Reports||Spring Enrollment Reports|
|Fall 2006 Enrollment Report XLS||Spring 2007 Enrollment Report XLS|
|Fall 2007 Enrollment Report XLS||Spring 2008 Enrollment Report XLS|
|Fall 2008 Enrollment Report XLS||Spring 2009 Enrollment Report XLS|
|Fall 2009 Enrollment Report XLS||Spring 2010 Enrollment Report XLS|
|Fall 2010 Enrollment Report XLS||Spring 2011 Enrollment Report XLS|
|Fall 2011 Enrollment Report XLS||Spring 2012 Enrollment Report XLS|
|Fall 2012 Enrollment Report XLS||Spring 2013 Enrollment Report XLS|
The following report is the most current enrollment projection for Hawaii Community College. The report details both historical and projected headcount enrollment by: registration status, program area, attendance status, Hawaii public high school senior counts, program, student semester hours (SSH), and full time equivalencies (FTE).
The following report is the most current report on graduation, transfer out, and persistence for all colleges in the UH system. Hawaii Community College is highlighted. Graduation, transfer out, and persistence rates are based upon a cohort of students beginning in the fall that are first-time, full-time, degree or certificate seeking undergraduates completing within 150% of their normal time to completion. For the fall 2009 starting cohort HawCC leads the community college system with an 18% graduation rate. See the report below for other useful comparisons including gender, race/ethnicity, and the percentage of students that were recipients of Federal grants or loans.