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                           www.estrellamountain.edu
                                              2003 Environmental Scan/Fact Book
                                                      Table of Contents

Section 1 - Overview
Did you know?..........................................................................................................................................1

Section 2 - Trend Data
Society, Technology, Economic, Education and Political........................................................................3

Section 3 - Service Area Demographics
Service Area Boundaries.........................................................................................................................18
Population Distribution (1990, 1995, 2000 Census)...............................................................................19
Population Age Distribution by Percent in Community (2000 Census).................................................21
Ethnicity Breakdown (1990, 1995, 2000 Census) ..................................................................................22
Household Median Incomes in 1995 and 1999 (1995, 2000 Census) ....................................................24
MAP – Poverty Rate Concentrations......................................................................................................26
Poverty Status in 1999 ............................................................................................................................27
Education (1990, 2000 Census) ..............................................................................................................28
MAP – Hispanic Serving Institutions – Population Concentrations.......................................................30

Section 4 - Service Area Growth
Projected Population Growth 1999-2020 (MAG Projections)................................................................32
Occupied Housing Units .........................................................................................................................35
Residential Housing Permit Growth by City ..........................................................................................36
New Home Values (2000 Census)..........................................................................................................37
Home Values by Zip Code......................................................................................................................38
Unemployment Rates..............................................................................................................................39

Section 5 - Business and Industry Data
Employment by Industry and Occupation ..............................................................................................41
Major Employers in the EMCC Service Area (100+ Employees)..........................................................42
Largest and Fastest Growing Occupations .............................................................................................46
Projected Job Openings in Arizona by Occupationa1 Titles ..................................................................47
Occupation and Employment Wage Data...............................................................................................48
Municipal Employment Opportunities ...................................................................................................49
Average Wages by Occupation for Maricopa County ($10+ Per Hour) ................................................50
Average Earnings by Educational Attainment........................................................................................62




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Schedule 6 - Public School Data
High School Student Enrollment by Ethnicity........................................................................................63
High School Vocational Enrollment.......................................................................................................66
Recent High School Graduates ...............................................................................................................69
Feeder High School Graduates Attending EMCC/MCCD .....................................................................71
High School Graduation Rates................................................................................................................72
High School Drop Out Rates ..................................................................................................................73

Section 7 - Community College Enrollment Data
Enrollment by Other MCCD Colleges in EMCC Zip Codes..................................................................74
Enrollment by Top 25 Courses in EMCC Service Area .........................................................................75

Section 8 - EMCC Market Segment and Enrollment Data
Historical Enrollment Growth (FTSE and Headcount) ..........................................................................76
Enrollment by Zip Code..........................................................................................................................78
Participation Rates in Community ..........................................................................................................79
Student Age Distribution ........................................................................................................................82
Student Gender Distribution ...................................................................................................................86
Student Ethnicity Distribution ................................................................................................................90
Degree, Certificate and Award Completers ............................................................................................96
Enrollment by Degree and Certificate Intent ..........................................................................................97




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                        OVERVIEW




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                                                 Did You Know?
                                  Estrella Mountain Environmental Scan Overview
                                  For the Complete 2003 Environmental Scan go to
                                   http://www.estrellamountain.edu/ie/ie_reports.asp

                                                             Trends
                                         Click on a Trend Category to Learn More

                                                          Technology
•       Home computers with internet access will become as common as the color TV … Currently, more than half of the households
        in America have internet access; however, only 1 in 4 (25%) of the poorest families (less than $15,000) has it… It’s true that
        the “digital divide” is closing, but it may linger for the next several years....
•       More than 80% of EMCC students have home internet access and close to 1 in 3 (32%) are surfing in high speed…
•       The Internet may be more important to teens than TV… Teens and young adults (13 to 24-year olds) spend more time on the
        internet (16.7 hours) than they do watching TV (13.6 hours)…
•       Wireless networks and communication devices continue to grow in terms of adoption and speed and productivity gains…
•       Women continue to be under represented in technology fields and are losing ground…



                                                            Economy
•       Nationally, the job market is expected to grow less this decade than in the 90’s…
•       The Phoenix job market is expected to boom over the decade, but it’s predicted that by 2008 the majority of jobs in Arizona
        will still be in lower paying tourism and retail fields, instead of high tech industries …
•       Unemployment rates in West Valley cities tend to be higher than the rates for Maricopa County…
•       Workers are getting older and more people are likely to work into their 70’s given the recent stock market crashes …
•       Shortages of teachers and health care workers will continue …
•       The typical worker today changes jobs 9 times before the age of 32 …



                                                           Education
•       College enrollment is expected to rise for the next decade…
•       Digitally enhanced courses are becoming the norm and distance education is growing... By 2005 it predicted that 90% of all
        colleges will offer some form of distance education…
•       The number of public/non-profit, 2-year colleges is declining, while the growth of private colleges is booming….
•       Charter schools are on the rise and Arizona is leading the trend…
•       Arizona ranks near the bottom of the nation in high school graduation rates…



                                                              Society
•       Generation “Y” (children of the baby boomers) has been dubbed the “unreachables”…
•       Senior populations continue to get older and will continue to stay in the labor force in greater numbers…
•       Ethnic populations continue to become a larger percentage of the general population…
•       Students are more stressed and college counselors are seeing more students with severe psychological problems…


                                                            Political
    •    State budget cuts continue to be the norm causing community colleges to raise tuition and cut costs nation wide…
    •    Legislatures continue to call for more public school accountability…
    •    Financial aid funding for post-secondary institutions continues to shift from grants to loans…



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Service Area Demographics                        Service Area Growth                     Business and Industry Data
• Between 1990 and 2000, the service       • Growth in the EMCC service area             • Military, education and retail trade
  area grew 68%...see page 19                accelerated in the later half of the          represent the largest employers in the
• Minorities represent more than 50%         1990’s and is expected to continue to         service area …see page 41
  of the service area …see page 22           grow at a rapid pace for at least the       • The 2000 Census indicates the four
• Income and education levels have           next 20 years...see page 33                   most popular professions for residents
  improved between 1990 and 2000           • By 2020, EMCC core service area               in the EMCC service are
  …see page 25                               (closest to the college) will soar past       education/social services, retail trade,
• The service area includes a dichotomy      528,000 residents. The total service area     manufacturing, and construction…see
  of “have’s” and “have not’s” … new         will see more than 1,000,000                  page 45
  homes are bringing in middle income        residents…see page 32                       • Major employers (100+ employees)
  families, but there are still more       • Much of the growth in EMCC extended           account for more than 39,000 jobs in
  people living in poverty in the EMCC       service area will occur in Buckeye and        the service area…see page 42
  service area today (nearly 28,000 in       Surprise…see page 34                        • The fastest growing occupations in
  2000) than there were in 1990            • Buckeye just approved one master plan         Arizona are medical assistants,
  (19,180)…see page 27                       community that is the size of the city of     physician assistants, and computer
• The majority of the EMCC population        Tempe…Listening Session, June 2003            support specialists…the professions
  still resides in portions of West        • Building permits for single family homes      with the largest projected number of
  Phoenix, but Goodyear and Avondale         increased to nearly 10,000 in 2002,           openings are food preparation/service
  are not far behind…see page 19             compared to just 418 in 1992…see page         workers, retail salespersons, and
• EMCC service area cities are diverse       36                                            customer service representatives...see
  in age as well, for example more than    • Low home prices have fueled the growth,       page 46
  1 in 4.5 (22%) Litchfield Park             but West Valley housing costs are           • The 2003 (mid year) unemployment
  residents are 65 and older, while just     starting to rise… see page 37                 rate for the cities of Avondale,
  1 in 20 (5%) of Avondale’s residents     • The 2003 (mid year) unemployment rate         Buckeye, Surpise, and Tolleson ranged
  are that old…see page 21                   for the cities of Avondale, Buckeye,          from 8.3% to nearly 12%...much
                                             Surpise, and Tolleson ranged from 8.3%        higher than 5.1% average for
                                             to nearly 12%...much higher than 5.1%         Maricopa County…see page 49
                                             average for Maricopa County… page 40
                    Public School Data                                     EMCC and MCCD Enrollment Facts

   •   Many Estrella Mountain feeder high schools still have       •    More than 6,000 residents living near Estrella Mountain
       graduation rates below the Maricopa County average,              attend other Maricopa Colleges…see page 74
       but the rates are starting to improve…see page 72           •    Approximately 5% of residents 15+ in the immediate
   •   Dropout rates are improving significantly… overall,              EMCC service area take at least one credit course each
       EMCC public feeder high schools had a combined dropout           year... When other MCCD colleges are added, the
       rate of just 4.9% compared to the 9.5% state average…see         percentage increases to nearly 10%....The EMCC
       page 73                                                          penetration rate has more than doubled since the campus
   •   EMCC feeder charter high schools have lower graduation           opened, but has hit a plateau in recent years…see page 80
       and higher dropout rates than the public schools in the     •    Estrella Mountain fall headcount and FTSE nearly doubles
       service area… The dropout rate for these charter high            every 5 years…see page 76
       schools is over 40%... see page 73                          •    40% of Estrella Mountain students are minorities and
   •   EMCC feeder public high schools and charter school have          almost 1 in 3 (30%) is Hispanic…see page 90
       combined enrollment of more than 13,000 and more than       •    Age is another form of Estrella Mountain diversity...
       60% are ethnic minorities...Just under half (48%) are            Approximately (50%) of spring enrollment is 25 and
       Hispanic…see page 63                                             younger and at the same time 26% is 36 and older…see
   •   The largest feeder high schools in the EMCC service area         page 84
       are Trevor Browne, Westview and Tolleson high               •    More than 80% of students attend part-time...This
       schools...However, two of these schools have proved to be        percentage has remained constant over the last
       a recruitment challenge since the college campus opened          decade…see page 94
       in 1992…see page 71                                         •    In 2002-2003 EMCC issued 338 degrees and
   •   The most popular feeder high school vocational programs          certificates….The most frequently issued degrees were the
       are information technology, business, and trade/industry…        Associate of General Studies (AGS) and the Associate of
       The least popular is health care…see page 66                     Applied Science (AAS)... The most popular certificates are
                                                                        Organizational Leaderships and Total Quality
                                                                        Management…see page 96


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                    TREND DATA




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                            KEY TRENDS
                                  TECHNOLOGY
1. It’s projected that by 2006 nearly 3 out of 4 (74.3%) Households in America will have Internet
   Access, up from 53.9% in 2001. Broadband access will also increase over this same time period from
   11% in 2001 to 37% in 2006 (Sabia, Armanda and Schoener, 2003).

2. Ninety percent of children between the ages of 5 and 17 now use computers (UCLA Center for
   Communication Policy, 2003). Teens and young adults (13 to 24-year olds) spend more time on the
   internet (16.7 hours) than they do watching TV (13.6 hours) (Harris Interactive, 2003).

3. The “digital divide” is narrowing as PC and Internet penetration rates increase. For example, just
   9.2% of households with less than $15,000 in income had home access to the internet in 1997
   compared to 25% in 2001. This penetration rate remains lower than the 54% average for all
   households in the U.S. although smaller, the gap still exists (Corporation for Public Broadcasting,
   2003). Broadband access may become the new form of digital divide as adoption rates are highest for
   households with incomes greater than $75,000 (UCLA Center for Communication Policy, 2003).

4. Language can be a barrier to internet access. Just 14% of Hispanics that live in households where
   Spanish is the only language use the Internet, while more than 37% of Hispanics that live in
   households where Spanish is not the only language use the internet (U.S. Depart. of Commerce 2001).

5. The most recent survey of credit students at Estrella Mountain Community College indicates more
   than 81% of our students have Internet access at home and close to 1 in 3 (32%) have high speed
   internet access (Noel Levitz, 2003).

6. Investments in wireless networking and mobile workers will pay significant dividends for enterprises.
   Investing in effective wireless technology will likely make mobile workers up to 30 percent more
   productive (Egan, 2002).
7. Demand for improved technology security continues. According to the 2001 annual Computer
   Security Institute study, conducted by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, computer viruses
   plagued 94% of more than 500 U.S. companies surveyed, up from 85% in 2000. More than 60% of
   the companies surveyed reported a financial loss due to a security breach, at an average cost of $2
   million (Internet Security, 2002).

8. Fewer women are employed in the IT professions. Women in the overall IT workforce fell from 41%
   to 34.9% between 1996 and 2002. Additionally, women earned only 22% of computer science and
   engineering undergraduate degrees in 2000, a decrease from 34% in 1998 (The Information
   Technology Association of America (ITAA), 2003).

9. Computers continue to get faster. For example ultraviolet lithography promises performance up to 10
   gigahertz. However, faster speed doesn’t always mean greater productivity because the development
   of software for these faster chips is starting to lag (Tynan, 2001).
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                                       ECONOMIC
1. Nationally, during the 2000-2010 period, total employment is projected to increase by 15%. This
   growth rate is slower than the previous 10-year period (1990-2000) when growth was 17% (Jamrog,
   2003).

2. Unemployment in Arizona increased from 3.8% in January 2001 (among the lowest in 10 years) to
   5.8% in 2002 (the highest rate since 1994) (Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS, 2002). Several West
   Valley communities report higher than average annual unemployment rates compared to state and
   Maricopa County figures. State and county average unemployment rates for 2002 are 6.2% and 5.6%
   respectively. Avondale, 10.6%; Buckeye, 12.8%; Goodyear, 7.0%; Surprise, 9.1%; and Tolleson,
   10.0% all report higher unemployment rates than the state or county (State of Arizona, Department of
   Economic Security, 2003).

3. According to Advancing of Business Technology, in the first half of 2002 the nation lost
   approximately 113,000 technology jobs marking the reality of the downturn in the technology
   industry. High tech manufacturing was hit the worst with 58,000 jobs loss (AeA, 2002). By the end of
   2002, The Information Technology Association of America, reported that technology jobs overall
   indicated a slight (3.3%) rise by the end of 2002 (ITAA, 2003).

4. The trend toward “early retirement” may have ended. Only a minority of Americans have pension
   plans. Many Americans are dependent on 401(k) plans and social security to fund retirement. The
   recent market crashes of 2001 and 2002, combined with slow market growth projections for the next
   decade, may result in many Americans being forced to work into their 70s (Kadlec, 2002). In 2002,
   more than 1 in 8 senior citizens over the age of 65 were either working or looking for work (U.S.
   Census Bureau, 2002).

5. Phoenix will continue to be one of the fastest growing job markets. By 2025 the number of jobs in
   metropolitan Phoenix is projected to double, making it the second fastest growing job market in the
   nation (Jarman 1999). Greater Phoenix is estimated to be the 2nd largest “job engine” in the U.S.
   through 2025, according to a recent issue in Newsweek Magazine (MCCD, 2002).

6. The labor force age 45-64 will grow faster than the labor force of any other age group as the Baby-
   Boom generation (born 1946-64) continues to age. The labor force 25 to 34 years of age is projected
   to decline by 2.7 million, reflecting the decrease in births in the late 1960s and early 1970s (Bureau of
   Labor Statistics, 2001).

7. According to an annual survey of 500,000 workers by Chicago-based International Survey Research,
   anxiety about job security is three times higher now than it was during the depths of the 1980-1981
   recession (Belton, 1999).

8. Job and career changes are becoming the status quo. ''This is not the economy of our parents,'' says
   Labor Secretary Alexis Herman. “Most of the parents of today's workers had the same job for a
   lifetime, changing jobs once or twice compared with the typical worker today who changes jobs nine
   times before the age of 32” (Belton, 1999).

9. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, by 2008, workers in occupations requiring short-term,
   on-the-job training will compose nearly 40% of the workforce (MCCD, 2002).
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                          ECONOMIC (Continued)
10. The “Baby Boom Echo” linked with a record number of teachers headed for retirement, will create a
    shortage of teachers (Gibson 1996). Some researchers have predicted that the nation’s schools will
    need 200,000 new teachers every year for the next ten years to keep pace (Yasin, 1999).

11. Telecommuting and flexible employment arrangements are on the rise. Nearly 18 percent of employees
    in the labor force did some telecommuting as part of their jobs (Employment Policy Foundation,
    2003).

12. The most in- demand tech skills have remained steady since January 2002. The most demanded core
    skills are Java, SQL Software and C, C++, Oracle, and Windows NT. Salaries for these core skills
    have shown a modest increase over this same time period (ITAA, 2003).

13. While Arizona is trying to attract high tech companies, the state’s forecasts for 2008 indicate that half
    of Arizona’s workforce will be employed in either tourism or retail at an average wage of about $12
    per hour, or less than $25,000 per year (MCCD, 2002).

14. A report by a U.S government commission appointed by President Bush estimates that social security
    taxes will not be enough to cover benefits starting as early as 2016. Social security funding would then
    compete for general tax dollars resulting in program cuts (i.e. education and defense) and/or tax
    increases (Stevenson, 2001).

15. Administrative support occupations including clerical are projected to grow slower than the average
    and slightly slower than in the past, reflecting the impact of office automation (Bureau of Labor
    Statistics, 2001).

16. Precision production, craft, and repair occupations and operators, fabricators, and laborers are
    projected to grow much more slowly than the average due to continuing advances in technology,
    changes in production methods, and the overall decline in manufacturing employment (Bureau of
    Labor Statistics, 2001).

17. Employment in the goods-producing industries has been relatively stagnant since the early 1980’s.
    Overall, this sector is expected to grow 6.3 percent over the 2000-2010 period however, projected
    growth within the goods-producing sector varies considerably (Bureau of Labor Statistics,
    Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2002-03).

18. Services are the fastest growing major industry group and are expected to add 13.7 million new jobs
    by 2010, accounting for 3 out of every 5 new jobs created in the U.S. economy (Bureau of Labor
    Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2002-03). Health services, business services, social
    services, engineering, and management, are expected to account for almost one of every two non-farm
    wage and salary jobs added to the economy during the 2000-2010 period (Bureau of Labor Statistics,
    2001).

19. Total employment is expected to increase from 146 million in 2000 to 168 million in 2010, or by 15.2
    percent. Employment in occupations requiring an associate degree is projected to increase 32 percent,
    faster than any other occupational group categorized by education or training. The largest number of
    job openings will be among occupations requiring short-term on-the-job training. Jobs requiring a
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   bachelor’s degree will account for about 7.3 million job openings through 2010 (Bureau of Labor
   Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2002-03).

20. In 2010, 500,000 Arizonans will turn 60. Nationwide, nursing, personal care facilities and health
    services are expected to be among the fastest and largest employment growth. The average age of
    registered nurses in Arizona is 48 years-old, this may be a challenge as the shortage of nurses
    continues (MCCD, 2002).

21. Arizona’s current economic structure still includes the Five C’s of cotton, cattle, citrus, copper, and
    climate, but is now augmented by electronics and other tech industries, aerospace and back-office
    administrative services that expand employment and production base. It’s hoped that expansion in
    these additional industries will help increase Arizona’s competitive advantage (e.g. per capita income)
    (Arizona Department of Commerce, 2002).

22. Arizona’s economy is projected to experience continued weakness through the remainder of 2002.
    According to Arizona’s Department of Economic security, Research Administration, Arizona will lose
    more than 17,000 in 2002 as businesses continue to adjust their workforce to slower demand and cost
    containment goals. Some recovery is predicted to start in 2003 (Arizona Department of Economic
    Security, 2002).

23. Collaborative efforts among the Arizona Department of Commerce, the three public universities, and
    the Arizona Board of Regents have the potential to lead the state nationally in the next technological
    waves of advanced communications, gene-based medicine, and sustainable systems. The technological
    platform, which bridges research to commercial application and products, provides the basis for
    sustained and growing industry, government and academic partnerships in research/knowledge, and
    technology commercialization in the knowledge-based economy (Arizona Commerce and Economic
    Development Commission, 2003).
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                                      EDUCATION
1. “It’s predicted that the distinction between distance education and local education will be blurred.
   Almost all courses in the residential college of the future will be digitally enhanced” (Dunn, 2000).

2. Distance education continues to grow. International Data Corporation (IDC) reports that close to half
   (47%) of United State colleges offered distance education in 2000 and projects 90% will offer these
   courses by 2005. They also predict that the number of students taking distance-learning courses in the
   United States will increase between 1999-2004 at a compound annual growth rate of 33%, with
   enrollment expected to top 2.23 million in 2004 (International Data Corporation, 2001).

3. The number of private, for profit, degree granting institutions continues to grow at a rapid rate.
   Recent national data indicates a 38% increase over a one-year period while the number of two-year
   public and non-profit institutions declined by over 5% over the same period (U.S. Department of
   Education, NCES, IPEDS, 1999).

4. Corporations will continue to use more e-learning and distance education for their training needs.
   International Data Corporation predicts that the market for corporate e-learning will increase from
   $550 million in 1998 to $7.1 billion in 2003. General Motors recently installed interactive distance
   learning stations in more than 7,500 of its dealerships to conduct training on new automobiles. Even
   the Army is getting into the game by offering 479,000 enlisted personnel and civilian employees
   distance education opportunities in more than 1000 information technology courses via SmartForce
   and the Internet (Business Week, 2000).

5. The cost of higher education continues to increase faster than inflation. The highest increases are for
   private institutions while public institutions have had more modest increases. Tuition at four-year
   public colleges increased by 9.6 percent in 2002, the highest rate in a decade. The average increase in
   tuition at two-year public colleges rose 7.9 percent over the same period (The College Board, 2002).

6. In the last 20 years, the number of American children being educated at home has gone from around
   25,000 to 1.3 million in 1999-2000 - 2 percent of the nation’s student population. The number of
   students being home schooled is growing at a rate of 7 percent a year (National Home Education
   Research Institute, 2003).

7. Recent data on Arizona reports that approximately 11,000 students had enrolled in dual enrollment
   programs (Gehring 2001). Currently, thirty-eight states have adopted policies that encourage some
   type of dual enrollment approach. An additional ten states have institutional-level concurrent
   enrollment agreements (New Directions for Community Colleges, 2001). Dual-enrollments may
   approach 500,000 nation-wide in 2003 with very high program growth reported in Missouri,
   Oklahoma, Virginia, Washington, Florida and several other states (ERIC Clearinghouse for
   Community Colleges, 2003).

8. In the year 2000, Arizona ranked 37th for residents with bachelors degrees, down from 20th in 1990
   (MCCD, 2002).
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                        EDUCATION (Continued)
9. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that each successively higher education level is associated with an
   increase in earnings. People with a bachelor’s degree earn an average of $2.1 million over the course
   of their working lives in comparison to $1.2 million for those with only a high school education (U.S.
   Department of Commerce, 2002).

10. The charter school movement continues to grow quickly. Over 2,300 charter schools are operating in
    34 states and the District of Columbia, serving over 570,000 students. Arizona leads the advancement
    in charter schools with 419 schools operating during fall 2001 (Center for Education Reform, 2002).

11. While assigning laptops to college students is a current trend, a new trend may be emerging. In a local
    Arizona elementary school, a pilot project is providing 6th graders laptop computers instead of written
    text books (Go, 2001).

12. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics occupations projected to show the highest percentage
    growth by 2010 are those which require an Associates Degree (MCCD, 2002).

13. The move toward industry certification (e.g. Microsoft and Cisco) is removing the distinction between
    non-profit and proprietary training providers. Flexibility and time to deliver become important
    considerations for students. Those that need certification in order to compete in the job market are
    less likely to wait two months or more for the next semester to start (MCCD, 2002).

14. Nearly half of Arizona teachers will be ready for retirement in the next five years. Approximately one
    out of three of all Arizona teachers come from outside the state. By 2010, Arizona is expected to be
    the third fastest growing student enrollment state in the nation, and there are not enough teachers to
    meet the expected growth (MCCD, 2002).

15. Arizona has one of the lowest high school graduation rates in the nation. According to the latest
    graduation rate study published by the Arizona Department of Education, 72 percent of students in
    Maricopa County graduated from high school. The study also indicates that more than 30 percent of
    Hispanic and Native American kids did not complete high school (Kossan, 2002). Many Estrella
    Mountain feeder high schools have lower than the county average graduation rates, but recent cohort
    years have seen improvement.

16. Arizona will be one of the states expected to receive significant college enrollment expansion.
    Between 1995 and 2015 the number of students attending 2-year colleges is projected to increase by
    55,000 students in Arizona (Carnevale, 1998). Projected head count growth is expected to increase by
    158,555 students between 2003 and 2010. Full-time student equivalent numbers are projected to
    increase by 23,156 over the same time period (Maricopa Community Colleges, 2001).

17. Nearly half of the more than 10 million students who attend the nation’s 1,150 community colleges
    each year go for job training rather than degrees (American Association of Community Colleges,
    2003).
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                                          SOCIETY
1. The Baby Boomlet (children of the Baby Boomers) are now becoming college aged. Most
   calculations place Generation Y those born from 1979 to 1995, at 79 million, or about 27% of the
   U.S. population. By 2010, the 12 to 19 age bracket will expand to a historic peak of 35 million. Baby
   boomers number 77 million (and shrinking), and Generation X, born between 1965 and 1978, weighs
   in at an estimated 40 million, or 16% (Gundersen, 2000). While Generation Y is expected to fuel
   college enrollment over the next decade, this market presents a challenge for recruiting because this is
   a difficult market to reach, sometimes termed as the “unreachables” (Horovitz, 2002).

2. The senior citizens population (age 65+) continues to get larger and older. In 1990 42% of senior
   citizens were over 75 years old. By the year 2000, 47% were over the age of 75. Additionally, the
   population over age 85 increased by more than 1 million or 38% during the last decade (U.S. Census
   Bureau, April 2001).

3. Populations will continue to become more diverse at the national and local levels. In the Estrella
   Mountain Service area the White (non- Hispanic) population between 1990 and 2000 dropped from
   59% to 49% while the Hispanic population increased from 31% to 42% (U.S. Census Bureau, Sept.
   2000).

4. Over the past five years (1998-2002) 83.5 percent of 272 counseling center directors said they sensed
   an increase in students with more severe psychological problems (Gallagher, 2002). On average, about
   18 percent of counseling center caseloads involved students with serious psychological problems, a
   percentage that has doubled over the past 15 years (Gallagher, 2001).

5. In a 2002 survey by the American College Health Association, college students consider stress to be a
   major impediment to academic performance. According to responses from more than 28,000 students
   in 44 colleges and universities, 29 percent of students said stress caused them to receive lower grades
   or to drop classes (American College Health Association, 2002).

6. Fifteen percent of 6-to-19-year-olds, or about 9 million, are overweight or obese-a number that has
   tripled over the past two decades. Over 10 percent of children between ages 2 and 5 are overweight
   (American Public Health Association, 2003).

7. Day care continues to be a challenge for both poor and middle class families. The cost of care in most
   states is $4,000-$6,000 for a 4 year old, which is more than the cost of tuition at many state
   universities (Coplan 2002).

8. Approximately 3 out 4 mothers work today compared to just over half in 1993 (Coplan 2002). Fifty-
   five percent of mothers with infants are in the labor force, down slightly from a record 59 percent in
   1998 (U.S. Census Bureau, 2002). Among mothers between 15 and 44 who do not have infants, 74
   percent are in the labor force (U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2002).
                                                                                                           10



                                       POLITICAL
1. Federal and state governments are increasing accountability mandates for public institutions. Colleges
   are now required to publish graduation and transfer rates through the Student-Right-To-Know
   legislation. Most states are developing mandated accountability measures and some states are linking
   performance indicators to legislative funding (Alfred, 1999).

2. States will continue to be interested in the governance and finance of their public higher education
   systems and seek ways to encourage efficiency, productivity, and accountability while keeping costs
   reasonable (Association of Governing Boards, 1999).

3. Community colleges in Arizona, Arkansas, Nevada, Louisiana, Utah, Oregon, Kansas and Virginia are
   exploring offering 4-year degree programs. Most of these colleges have met with strong opposition
   from four-year schools. This recent development will continue to fuel a political debate on the role of
   community colleges (Flippen, 1999).

4. Grants declined from 50 percent to 39 percent of total aid between 1991 and 2002. Although Pell
   Grants increased by 23 percent in inflation-adjusted dollars in 2001-02, the maximum Pell Grant still
   covers only 42 percent of average public four-year institution fixed costs (tuition, fees, room and
   board), compared to 84 percent (one-half) 20 years ago (The College Board, 2002).

5. Current state budget deficits have lead to a continuing trend of reduced funding for community
   colleges in Arizona. Special programs such as dual enrollment are also the targets of potential funding
   cuts. Statewide community colleges took a 5% state funding cut in FY 2002-2003. It remains unclear
   how much those cuts will be for FY 2003-2004 (MCCD April, 2003).
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                                             Trend Illustrations


               Percent of U.S. Households with Internet Access,
                                 By Income
100%
                                                                                                       85.4%
  80%                                                                                      71.4%
                                                                                56.4%
  60%
                                                                     42.2%
  40%                                                    31.8%
           20.5%                              23.6%
                                  19.4%
  20%                  14.4%

   0%
           Under 5,000- 10,000- 15,000- 20,000- 25,000- 35,000- 50,000- Over
           $5,000 9,999 14,999 19,999 24,999 34,999 49,999 74,999 75,000
Source:NT IA and ESA, U.S. Department of Commerce, using U.S. Bureau of the Census Current Survey supplements




                   Percent of U.S. Households with a Computer,
                                    By Income
100%
                                                                                                       85.4%
 80%                                                                                       71.4%
                                                                                56.4%
 60%
                                                                     42.2%
 40%                                                     31.8%
           20.5%                  19.4% 23.6%
 20%                  14.4%

   0%
           Under 5,000- 10,000- 15,000- 20,000- 25,000- 35,000- 50,000- Over
           $5,000 9,999 14,999 19,999 24,999 34,999 49,999 74,999 75,000
  Source:NT IA and ESA, U.S. Depart ment of Commerce, using U.S. Bureau of t he Census Current Survey supplements
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                            Trend Illustrations



        Percent of U.S. Households with a Computer and
                      Internet Connections
100%
                  % of Households with Computer
80%               % of Households with Internet connection
                                                             56.5%
60%                                         51.0%                    50.5%
                        42.1%                     41.5%
       36.6%
40%
                              26.2%
               18.6%
20%

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Source: Arizona Department of Economic Security, 1990 and 1995 Special Census, and 2000 U.S. Census.


                            2000       1995       1990     1990-2000 1990-2000                                     1990-1995        1995-2000
Community                 Population Population Population Net Change % Change                                     % Change         % Change
Avondale                     35,883            22,771            16,169            19,714                122%            41%          58%
Buckeye                       6,537             4,857            5,038              1,499                30%             -4%          35%
El Mirage                     7,609             5,741            5,001              2,608                52%             15%          33%
Gila Bend                     1,980             1,724            1,747               233                 13%             -1%          15%
Goodyear                     18,911             9,250            6,258             12,653                202%            48%          104%
L.A.F.B.                      3,851             3,806            4,371               -520                -12%            -13%          1%
Litchfield Park               3,810             3,739            3,303               507                 15%             13%           2%
Surprise                     30,848            10,737            7,122             23,726                333%            51%          187%
Tolleson                      4,974             4,261            4,434               540                 12%             -4%          17%
West Phoenix*                73,003            61,741            56,509            16,494                29%             9%           18%
Unincorporated               35,108            28,382            22,558            12,550                56%             26%          24%
Total:                       222,514          157,009           132,510            90,004                68%             18%          42%
*Area of West Phoenix west of 67th Avenue and south of Camelback. Note: This area also includes Villa de Paz which was
incorporated into the City of Phoenix after the 1990 U.S. Census but prior to the 1995 Special Census.




                     EMCC Service Area Population Distribution 2000
                                        West Phoen 73,003
                                        Unincorpor 35,108
             Avondale                                                             35,883
                                        Tolleson      4,974
              Buckeye                  6,537
                                        Surprise     30,848
            El Mirage                   Litchfield P 3,810
                                        7,609
                                        L.A.F.B.      3,851
            Gila Bend             1,980
                                        Goodyear     18,911
             Goodyear                   Gila Bend18,911
                                                      1,980
              L.A.F.B.                  El
                                    3,851 Mirage      7,609
                                        Buckeye       6,537
     Litchfield Park                3,810
                                        Avondale     35,883
               Surprise                                                    30,848
              Tolleson                4,974
    Unincorporated                                                               35,108
     West Phoenix*                                                                                                                  73,003
                              0         10,000         20,000        30,000        40,000        50,000         60,000     70,000      80,000
                                                        Source: U.S. Census 2000
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                             EMCC Service Area Population
                                  1990, 1995, 2000
                               2000         1995       1990
            CommunityPopulation Population Population
                                    16,169
        Avondale
            West Phoeni 73,003            22,771
                                           61,741    56,509
                                                   35,883
            Unincorpora 35,108             30,106    24,305
            Tolleson          4,974
                          5,038             4,261     4,434
         Buckeye
            Surprise      4,857
                             30,848        10,737     7,122
                            6,537
            Litchfield Pa 3,810             3,739     3,303
            L.A.F.B.
        El Mirage
                              3,851
                          5,001
                           5,741
                                               1990 Population
                                           3,806      4,371
            Goodyear         18,911         9,250     6,258
            Gila Bend
                             7,609
                              1,980            1995 Population
                                            1,724     1,747
            El Mirage 1,747 7,609
        GilaBuckeye 1,724 6,537
             Bend
                                               2000 Population
                                            5,741     5,001
                       1,980                4,857     5,038
            Avondale         35,883        22,771    16,169
                              6,258
         Goodyear                9,250
                                           18,911

                           4,371
          L.A.F.B.         3,806
                           3,851

                           3,303
  Litchfield Park          3,739
                           3,810

                              7,122
          Surprise               10,737
                                                        30,848

                            4,434
          Tolleson          4,261
                             4,974

                                                  24,305
 Unincorporated                                        30,106
                                                            35,108

                                                                               56,509
   West Phoenix*                                                                    61,741
                                                                                                 73,003

                      0      10,000      20,000     30,000   40,000   50,000   60,000   70,000     80,000
                                                         Population
Source: 1990 U.S. Census, 1995 Special Census and 2000 U.S. Census.
EMCC Service Area Age Distribution 2000 Census                                                                                                        21
Source: Data Set: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent DataP12. SEX BY AGE [49] - Universe: Total population.
Accessed on 7/23/01 http://factfinder.census.gov/




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Maricopa County               8%           8%          7%        4%       10%       16%         15%        12%           8%       12%        3,072,149

Avondale                     10%          10%       10%          5%       10%       17%         16%        12%            6%       5%          35,883
Buckeye                       9%           9%       10%          5%       10%       13%         16%        12%            8%       8%           6,537
El Mirage                    12%          10%        9%          5%       14%       16%         12%         8%            6%       7%           7,609
Gila Bend                     8%          10%        8%          6%       12%       13%         14%        12%            8%       8%           1,980
Goodyear                      6%           6%        6%          3%        9%       16%         18%        13%           12%      10%          18,911
Litchfield Park               5%           7%        8%          5%        5%        7%         16%        15%           13%      22%           3,810
Surprise                      7%           6%        5%          2%        7%       14%          9%         9%           16%      25%          30,848
Tolleson                      9%           9%       10%          5%       11%       14%         13%        11%            9%      10%           4,974
West Phoenix                 11%          11%       10%          5%       12%       17%         14%        10%            5%       4%          73,003
*Area of West Phoenix west of 67th Avenue and south of Camelback.


EMCC Service Area Median Age 2000
Source: Data Set: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data P13. MEDIAN AGE BY SEX [3] - Universe: Total population.
Accessed on 7/23/01 http://factfinder.census.gov/


Avondale                     29.0
Buckeye                      30.0
El Mirage                    24.6
Gila Bend                    29.3
Goodyear                     36.5
Litchfield Park              44.7
Surprise                     46.1
Tolleson                     29.4
West Phoenix                 26.0
Maricopa County              33.0


                                Census 2000 - EMCC Service Area Median Age
           Maricopa County Median Age

    50                                                                                      44.7            46.1

    40                                                                       36.5
               29.0            30.0                             29.3                                                           29.4
    30                                          24.6                                                                                         26.0
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            Avondale         Buckeye         El Mirage       Gila Bend    Goodyear        Litchfield      Surprise         Tolleson          West
                                                                                             Park                                           Phoenix
EMCC Service Area Ethnicity                                                                                                                 22
U.S. Census Bureau www.http://factfinder.census.gov/ P7. RACE [8] - Universe: Total population Data Set:
Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF1) 100-Percent Data July 18, 2001. Arizona Department of Economic
Security, 1995 Special Census. 1990 U.S. Census Data.




Ethnicity                                               1990 Census          1995 Special Census                2000 Census

White (Not Hispanic)                                       59%                            55%                        49%
Hispanic                                                   32%                            37%                        41%
African American                                            5%                            5%                          5%
American Indian                                             1%                            1%                          1%
Asian & Pacific Islander                                    2%                            1%                          2%
Other Race                                                  1%                            1%                         0.1%
*Multi-Racial                                               0%                            0%                          2%
*Multi-Racial Category was tabulated during the 2000 Census only.


                                              EMCC Service Area Ethnicity
       100%

        90%

        80%
                                                                                             1990 Census
        70%
                    59%                                                                      1995 Special Census
        60%               55%

                                49%                                                          2000 Census
        50%
                                                  41%
                                            37%
        40%
                                      32%
        30%

        20%

        10%                                               5%   5%   5%
                                                                           1%   1%   1%      2%    1%      2%   1%   1% 0.1%           2%
                                                                                                                               0% 0%
          0%
                  White (Not           Hispanic            African         American             Asian &         Other Race *Multi-Racial
                  Hispanic)                               American          Indian               Pacific
                                                                                                Islander
EMCC Service Area Ethnicity                                                                                                                      23
U.S. Census Bureau www.http://factfinder.census.gov/ P7. RACE [8] - Universe: Total population Data Set: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF1)
100-Percent Data July 18, 2001. Arizona Department of Economic Security, 1995 Special Census. 1990 U.S. Census Data.
2000 Census                    White              Hispanic        African          American          *Asian        Other          Multi-     Total
City                        (Not Hispanic)                       American           Indian                         Race           Racial
Avondale                        15,959              16,589         1,748              245              692           39            611       35,883
Buckeye                          3,748               2,396          215                86               24            4             64        6,537
El Mirage                        2,097               5,084          246                49               31            2            100        7,609
Gila Bend                         687                1,042           23               175                7            0             46        1,980
Goodyear                        13,206               3,933          962               175              329           18            288       18,911
L.A.F.B.                         2,532                507           526                20              113           10            143        3,851
Litchfield Park                  3,377                209            48                14              116            4             42        3,810
Surprise                        22,136               7,184          744                95              336           18            335       30,848
Tolleson                          945                3,878           58                27               22            2             42        4,974
West Phoenix                    26,159              38,638         5,091              864             1,020         119           1,112      73,003
Unincorporated                  17,955              12,695         2,126              802              692           49            789       35,108
Total:                         108,801              92,155        11,787             2,552            3,382         265           3,572     222,514
Percent                          49%                 41%            5%                1%               2%          0.1%            2%        100%
*Asian also includes Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander
1995 Census                    White              Hispanic  African                American          Asian         Other          Multi-     Total
City                        (Not Hispanic)                 American                 Indian                         Race           Racial
Avondale                         8,994             12,252     927                     136             316           146            NA        22,771
Buckeye                          2,773              1,820     172                      55              22            15            NA         4,857
El Mirage                         921               4,598     136                      35              16            35            NA         5,741
Gila Bend                         670                869       33                     133              10             9            NA         1,724
Goodyear                         6,103              2,271     593                     134              88            61            NA         9,250
L.A.F.B.                         2,888               318      402                      36              98            64            NA         3,806
Litchfield Park                  3,345               182       21                      20             136            35            NA         3,739
Surprise                         5,544              4,938     143                      36              43            33            NA        10,737
Tolleson                          828               3,329      16                      27              32            29            NA         4,261
West Phoenix*                   32,689             22,145    4,433                    815            1,035          624            NA        61,741
Unincorporated                  19,591              6,146    1,195                    679             498           273            NA        28,382
Total:                          84,346             58,868    8,071                   2,106           2,294         1,324           NA       157,009
Percent                          55%                37%       5%                      1%              1%            1%             NA        100%
1990 Census                    White              Hispanic African                 American          Asian         Other          Multi-      Total
City                        (Not Hispanic)                 American                 Indian                         Race           Racial
Avondale                         6,864              8,287     685                     133              192            8            NA        16,169
Buckeye                          3,296              1,391     166                     149               36            0            NA         5,038
El Mirage                         917               3,952      80                      34               18            0            NA         5,001
Goodyear                         3,837              1,780     425                     123               82           11            NA         6,258
L.A.F.B.                         3,176               410      564                      25              190            6            NA         4,371
Litchfield Park                  3,159                85       23                       6               30            0            NA         3,303
Surprise                         2,871              4,093     119                      24                8            7            NA         7,122
Tolleson                         1,037              3,393       4                       0                0            0            NA         4,434
West Phoenix*                   35,090             10,975    3,653                    440              989           83            NA        51,230
Unincorporated                  15,223              8,313    1,397                    230              394           31            NA        25,588
Villa de Paz                     3,351               381      114                      31              100           13            NA         3,990
Total:                          78,821             43,060    7,230                   1,195            2,039         159            NA       132,504
Percent                          59%                32%       5%                      1%               2%          0.1%            NA        100%
EMCC Service Area Ethnicity Percentage Breakdowns                                                                                              24
U.S. Census Bureau www.http://factfinder.census.gov/ P7. RACE [8] - Universe: Total population Data Set: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF1)
100-Percent Data July 18, 2001. Arizona Department of Economic Security, 1995 Special Census. 1990 U.S. Census Data.

2000 Census               White       Hispanic                African American                *Asian           Other           Multi-       Total
City                   (Not Hispanic)                        American  Indian                                  Race            Racial
Avondale                    44%         46%                     5%       1%                     2%              0%              2%          100%
Buckeye                     57%         37%                     3%       1%                     0%              0%              1%          100%
El Mirage                   28%         67%                     3%       1%                     0%              0%              1%          100%
Gila Bend                   35%         53%                     1%       9%                     0%              0%              2%          100%
Goodyear                    70%         21%                     5%       1%                     2%              0%              2%          100%
L.A.F.B.                    66%         13%                    14%       1%                     3%              0%              4%          100%
Litchfield Park             89%          5%                     1%       0%                     3%              0%              1%          100%
Surprise                    72%         23%                     2%       0%                     1%              0%              1%          100%
Tolleson                    19%         78%                     1%       1%                     0%              0%              1%          100%
West Phoenix                36%         53%                     7%       1%                     1%              0%              2%          100%
Unincorporated              51%         36%                     6%       2%                     2%              0%              2%          100%
Total:                      49%         41%                     5%       1%                     2%              0%              2%          100%
Percent                     49%        41%                      5%      1%                      2%             0.1%             2%          100%
*Asian also includes Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander

1995 Census               White       Hispanic                African American                 Asian           Other           Multi-       Total
City                   (Not Hispanic)                        American  Indian                                  Race            Racial
Avondale                    39%         54%                     4%       1%                     1%              1%              NA          100%
Buckeye                     57%         37%                     4%       1%                     0%              0%              NA          100%
El Mirage                   16%         80%                     2%       1%                     0%              1%              NA          100%
Gila Bend                   39%         50%                     2%       8%                     1%              1%              NA          100%
Goodyear                    66%         25%                     6%       1%                     1%              1%              NA          100%
L.A.F.B.                    76%          8%                    11%       1%                     3%              2%              NA          100%
Litchfield Park             89%          5%                     1%       1%                     4%              1%              NA          100%
Surprise                    52%         46%                     1%       0%                     0%              0%              NA          100%
Tolleson                    19%         78%                     0%       1%                     1%              1%              NA          100%
West Phoenix*               53%         36%                     7%       1%                     2%              1%              NA          100%
Unincorporated              69%         22%                     4%       2%                     2%              1%              NA          100%
Total:                      54%         37%                     5%       1%                     1%              1%              NA          100%
Percent                     55%        37%                      5%      1%                      1%              1%              NA          100%


1990 Census               White       Hispanic                African American                 Asian           Other           Multi-       Total
City                   (Not Hispanic)                        American  Indian                                  Race            Racial
Avondale                    42%         51%                     4%       1%                     1%              0%              NA          100%
Buckeye                     65%         28%                     3%       3%                     1%              0%              NA          100%
El Mirage                   18%         79%                     2%       1%                     0%              0%              NA          100%
Goodyear                    61%         28%                     7%       2%                     1%              0%              NA          100%
L.A.F.B.                    73%          9%                    13%       1%                     4%              0%              NA          100%
Litchfield Park             96%          3%                     1%       0%                     1%              0%              NA          100%
Surprise                    40%         57%                     2%       0%                     0%              0%              NA          100%
Tolleson                    23%         77%                     0%       0%                     0%              0%              NA          100%
West Phoenix*               68%         21%                     7%       1%                     2%              0%              NA          100%
Unincorporated              59%         32%                     5%       1%                     2%              0%              NA          100%
Villa de Paz                84%         10%                     3%       1%                     3%              0%              NA          100%
Total:                      59%         32%                     5%       1%                     2%              0%              NA          100%
Percent                     59%        32%                      5%      1%                      2%             0.1%             NA          100%
*Area of West Phoenix west of 67th Avenue and south of Camelback. Note: This area also includes Villa de Paz which was
incorporated into the City of Phoenix after the 1990 U.S. Census but prior to the 1995 Special Census.
EMCC Service Area Household Median Incomes                                                                                                                 25
Source: Census 2000 Demographic Profile DP-3 (Data based on a sample.)

                         1995         1999                                           Household Income by Range in 1999
                        Median      Median        1999
                   Household Household            Total   Less than   $10,000-     $15,000-   $25,000-   $35,000-   $50,000-   $75,000-   $100,000-     $150,000
Area                    Income      Income   Households   $10,000     $14,999      $24,999    $34,999    $49,999    $74,999    $99,999    $149,999        or more
Arizona               N/A $40,558             1,901,625   163,221 120,770 264,392 265,645 332,857 365,024 184,026                         131,068        74,622
Maricopa County    $35,623 $45,358            1,133,048    77,072 59,431 138,318 148,972 197,855 234,729 126,525                           95,166        54,980
Avondale (29)       $28,216 $49,153         10,654     681               540        1,125      1,223      1,864      2,712       1,322        886           301
Buckeye (101)       $17,526 $35,383          2,140     347               151          231        324        405        355         204         77            46
El Mirage (115)     $17,500 $33,812          2,063     209                97          331        442        520        322          83         45            14
Gila Bend (184) $15,761 $26,895                647     128                47          125        129         86         96          21         10             5
Goodyear (16)       $41,808 $57,492          6,051     195               125          440        578      1,132      1,652         946        664           319
Litchfield Park (5) $58,158 $71,875          1,525       58               39           97        108        194        286         276        248           219
Surprise (41)       $26,443 $44,156         12,474     523               625        1,394      1,929      2,746      3,050       1,274        597           336
Tolleson (71)       $23,676 $38,773          1,424     108                99          214        210        255        350         105         57            26
(Rank in State of Arizona out of Total of 282 Towns/Cities)

                         1995         1999                                           Household Income by Range in 1999
                        Median      Median        1999
                   Household Household            Total   Less than   $10,000-     $15,000-   $25,000-   $35,000-   $50,000-   $75,000-   $100,000-     $150,000
Area                    Income      Income   Households   $10,000     $14,999      $24,999    $34,999    $49,999    $74,999    $99,999    $149,999        or more
Arizona               N/A         $40,558 1,901,625           9%          6%         14%        14%        18%        19%         10%          7%            4%
Maricopa County    $35,623        $45,358 1,133,048           7%          5%         12%        13%        17%        21%         11%          8%            5%
Maricopa County    $35,623        $45,358 1,133,048
Avondale           $28,216        $49,153    10,654           6%          5%         11%        11%        17%        25%         12%         8%            3%
Buckeye            $17,526        $35,383     2,140          16%          7%         11%        15%        19%        17%         10%         4%            2%
El Mirage          $17,500        $33,812     2,063          10%          5%         16%        21%        25%        16%          4%         2%            1%
Gila Bend          $15,761        $26,895       647          20%          7%         19%        20%        13%        15%          3%         2%            1%
Goodyear           $41,808        $57,492     6,051           3%          2%          7%        10%        19%        27%         16%        11%            5%
Litchfield Park    $58,158        $71,875     1,525           4%          3%          6%         7%        13%        19%         18%        16%           14%
Surprise           $26,443        $44,156    12,474           4%          5%         11%        15%        22%        24%         10%         5%            3%
Tolleson           $23,676        $38,773     1,424           8%          7%         15%        15%        18%        25%          7%         4%            2%
                   $23,676        $38,773     1,424
                                                   EMCC Service Area
                                             Household Median Income in 1999
  $80,000                                                                                                       $71,875
  $70,000
                                                                                               $57,492
  $60,000                        $49,153
  $50,000     $45,358                                                                                                           $44,156
                                                                                                                                              $38,773
                                             $35,383          $33,812
  $40,000
                                                                                 $26,895
  $30,000
  $20,000
  $10,000
       $0
            Maricopa        Avondale         Buckeye       El Mirage        Gila Bend         Goodyear       Litchfield        Surprise      Tolleson
             County                                                                                           Park
Maricopa Community Colleges
2000 Census Poverty Rate by Tract
2000 Census Tracts
Poverty Rate
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     6% - 11%
     11% - 18%
     18% - 25%
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PV      Paradise Valley                         EMCC
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Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness.
Data accessed from the U.S Census 2000 Summary Table 3 - P87 - Poverty Status
EMCC Service Area Poverty Status
1989 Compared to 1999                                                                                                         27
Source: Census 1990/2000 Demographic Profile Summary Table 3 (Data based on sample)
Updated 01/31/2003
                                           # Persons Below # Persons Below                 % Persons           % Persons
                                            Poverty Level   Poverty Level                 Below Poverty       Below Poverty
Area                                             1989            1999                      Level 1989          Level 1999

Arizona                                          564,362                  698,669              16%                      14%
Maricopa County                                  257,359                  355,668              12%                      12%
EMCC Service Area Total                           19,180                   27,725              16%                      13%

Avondale                                             4,493                  4,905              28%                      14%
Buckeye                                              1,238                  1,200              25%                      19%
El Mirage                                            1,625                  1,181              33%                      16%
Goodyear                                              584                   1,005              14%                       6%
Litchfield Park                                       121                    157                4%                       4%
Surprise                                             1,953                  2,689              28%                       9%
Tolleson                                              801                    676               18%                      14%
West Phoenix                                         5,729                 11,631              10%                      16%
Unincorporated                                       2,636                  4,281              18%                      11%

                   1989 Compared % Persons Below PovertPersons Below Poverty Level Status
                             1989 to 1999 EMCC Service Area Poverty
Avondale                                   28.2%                          13.8%
Buckeye                                    Level
              1989 % Persons Below Poverty 24.6%                         1999 % Persons Below Poverty Level
                                                                           18.8%
El35%
   Mirage 28%                33%           32.8%                          15.9%
                    25%                                                     28%
  30%
Goodyear                                   13.8%                           6.1%
  25%                  19%        16%                                                  18%                           18%
Litchfield Park
  20%         14%                      14%  3.7%                           4.2%                14%      16%
  15%                                                                                                10%                    11%
Surprise                                   28.0%
                                             6%                            8.7% 9%
  10%                                                               4% 4%
Tolleson
   5%                                      18.1%                          13.7%
   0%
West Phoenix                                         10%                    16%
Unincorporated                                       18%                    11%
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                    1989 Compared to 1999 State and County Poverty Status
                                  1989 % Persons Below PovertPersons Below Poverty Level
Arizona                         Arizona       Maricopa County 14%
                                                16.0%                  EMCC Service Area
Maricopa County                                 12.0%                12%
  20%
EMCC Service Area                                15%                 13%
                     16%
                                           15%                           14%
  15%                           12%                                                                         13%
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                  1989 % Persons Below Poverty Level                        1999 % Persons Below Poverty Level
EMCC Service Area Educational Attainment
Adults 25+ (1990 vs. 2000 Census)                                                                                         28
Source: 1990 and 2000 U.S. Census Data


                              Avondale Buckeye El Mirage Gila Bend Goodyear Litchfield                  Surprise    Tolleson


Population 25 years
                              1990 2000 1990 2000 1990 2000 1990 2000 1990 2000 1990 2000 1990 2000 1990 2000
and over
Less than 9th grade           28% 17% 19% 14% 46% 29% 26% 24% 9%                    4%    1%     1%    28%   7% 32% 29%
9th to 12th grade, no
                              15% 12% 13% 16% 20% 20% 20% 21% 16% 12% 4%                         3%    20%   9% 17% 16%
diploma
High school graduate
                              25% 23% 30% 32% 17% 27% 26% 29% 31% 25% 15% 13% 24% 29% 26% 28%
(incl. Equiv)

Some college, no degree 19% 25% 23% 22% 10% 15% 16% 16% 27% 28% 32% 30% 18% 29% 18% 17%

Associate degree              5%   7%     5%    6%    2%    3%    5%    3%     6%   8%    7%     7%     3%   7%     5%    3%
Bachelor's degree             6% 11% 7%         7%    3%    5%    5%    4% 10% 15% 28% 26%              5%   14% 2%       4%
Graduate or professional
                         3%        5%     3%    3%    1%    1%    2%    4%     3%   7% 12% 20%          2%   7%     1%    3%
degree

% without high school
                              43% 29% 32% 30% 66% 49% 46% 45% 25% 16% 5%                         4%    48% 15% 49% 46%
diploma
% high school graduate
                              58% 71% 68% 70% 33% 51% 54% 55% 77% 84% 94% 97% 52% 85% 52% 54%
or higher
% bachelor's degree or
                              9% 16% 10% 10% 4%             6%    7%    8% 13% 23% 40% 47%              7%   20% 3%       6%
higher

                     Educational Attainment Percent of Adults 25+ Without a High School
                            Diploma in EMCC Service Area 1990 vs. 2000 Census
                                        1990 Census                             2000 Census

  70%                                           66%


  60%
                                                     49%                                         48%          49%
  50%                                                       46%   45%                                               46%
                        43%

  40%
                                    32%
                           29%            30%
  30%                                                                    25%
         19%
               17%                                                           16%
  20%                                                                                                  15%

  10%                                                                                5%     4%

   0%
         Maricopa       Avondale     Buckeye    El Mirage   Gila Bend   Goodyear    Litchfield    Surprise    Tolleson
          County                                                                      Park
EMCC Service Area Educational Attainment
Adults 25+ (1990 vs. 2000 Census)                                                                                   29
Source: Census 1990 and 2000 Demographic Profile DP-2 (Data based on a sample.)


                                                  1990 Census
                                                                   High
                         Total                                    School
                    Population         Less        9th to      Graduate        Some                          Graduate or
                    Age 25 yrs     than 9th   12th Grade       (Includes     College,   Associate Bachelor's Professional
Area                  and over        Grade   no Diploma    Equivalency)   no Degree      Degree     Degree       Degree
Arizona              2,301,177     207,509       283,571        601,440      584,328     157,456    306,554      160,319
Maricopa County      1,344,654       99,009      149,805        342,255      358,616      97,396    201,449       96,124


Avondale                 8,455       2,344         1,279          2,085        1,541         414         517         275
Buckeye                  2,820         529           372            857          639         151         184          88
El Mirage                2,473       1,132           506            428          245          50          85          27
Gila Bend                  928         243           181            238          151          48          51          16
Goodyear                 3,880         351           613          1,184        1,020         218         378         116
Litchfield Park          2,247          26            93            347          730         149         635         267
Surprise                 4,297       1,217           839          1,044          764         111         218         104
Tolleson                 2,347         742           406            600          412         115          41          31
West Phoenix            30,402       1,945         4,009          8,383        8,062       2,343       1,741         576
Unicorporated           14,727        2186          2650           5188         5048        1080        1485         469
Total                   72,576      10,715        10,948         20,354       18,612       4,679       5,335       1,969


                                                  2000 Census
                                                                   High
                         Total                                    School
                    Population         Less        9th to      Graduate        Some                          Graduate or
2000 Census         Age 25 yrs     than 9th   12th Grade       (Includes     College,   Associate Bachelor's Professional
Area                  and over       Grade    no Diploma    Equivalency)   no Degree      Degree     Degree       Degree
Arizona              3,256,184     254,696       364,851        791,904      859,165     219,356    493,419      272,793
Maricopa County      1,934,957     144,042       194,549        446,445      513,823     135,217    332,315      168,566

Avondale                20,221       3,366         2,457          4,702        5,018       1,408       2,226       1,044
Buckeye                  3,600         515           559          1,158          794         204         266         104
El Mirage                3,627       1,055           714            986          549         117         172          34
Gila Bend                  927         243           181            237          151          48          51          16
Goodyear                12,916         554         1,561          3,246        3,666         967       1,989         933
Litchfield Park          2,712          17            78            364          801         188         712         552
Surprise                22,608       1,460         1,940          6,523        6,507       1,554       3,082       1,542
Tolleson                 2,847         838           458            797          482          92         101          79
West Phoenix            35,433       4,444         7,452         10,532        9,152       1,992       1,752       2,207
Unicorporated            21954         241          4450           6136         6935        2092        1684         225
Total                  126,845      12,733        19,850         34,681       34,055       8,662      12,035       6,736
MCCD Hispanic Serving Institutions
Hispanic Population Concentrations by Percent
EMCC, PC, SMCC Service Areas
Maricopa County Major Roads and Highways
     Primary road with limited access
     Primary road
     Secondary and connecting road
     Access ramp
     Ferry crossing
Hispanic Population Concentration by Percent
                                                                                                                   17
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    10% - 15%
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                                                                                                                                               30
EMCC Service Area - Hispanic Population as a Percent
of Total Population                                                                                                    31
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from the Census 2000
Summary File 3 - Custom Tables by Census Tract




                      EMCC Service Area Percent of Hispanic Population
                       Less than 15 Years vs. More than 30 Years Old

  60%

                                                            Hispanic Population
                                      52%                   highest for youth

  50%


                                         Total Population                    Total Hispanic Population Percent
Hispanic Population L                         63532                                   33148                      52%
Hispanic Population G                        107110                                   33617                      31%
  40%


                                                                                                      31%

  30%




  20%




  10%




    0%
                Hispanic Population Less than 15 Yrs.                       Hispanic Population Greater than 30 Yrs.
                            Section 4

SERVICE AREA GROWTH




3000 North Dysart Road              s   A v o n d a l e , A r i z o n a 8 5 3 2 3- 1 0 0 0       s   ( 6 2 3 ) 9 3 5- 8 0 0 0
   A    M   a   r   i   c   o   p       a    C    o   m   m    u   n   i   t   y     C       o       l   l   e   g   e
Estrella Mountain Community College                                                                 Core              Extended   Fringe
2010 - 2030 Population Projections
View by Core, Extended and Fringe Service Area
                        334
        Year 2000
 Population Projections           347                      204
 Core Total:       210,141
 Extended Total: 53,044                                                                    Peoria
 Fringe Total:       22,366                                                      213
                                                                                                    El Mirage
                                          341                    212
 Total Population: 285,551                                 211                              215                       GCC
                                                          Surprise                                      222
                               County Land                               232
        Year 2010                                                                    234
 Population Projections                             252                                    237
                                                                        233      235   #
                                                                                                  238    240
 Core Total:       399,252                                EMCC
                                                          252                                           Glendale
 Extended Total: 172,610                  340                                 236
                                                  County Land            255            239                #
 Fringe Total:      43,007                                           254   256                            258
 Total Population: 614,869                                                    255     257
                                                           253
                                                                  Luke AFB Litchfield Park                      259
        Year 2020                                                              266
                                                                         265     #
                                                                                 S273  267 268
                                                                                                  269                 #
 Population Projections                                                                Tolleson
                                                                             Avondale 274
 Core Total:       528,195                                              280                         285                   PC
 Extended Total: 359,601                            278                         282    283    284
                                         277                     279   Goodyear
 Fringe Total:     123,611                                              281                   West Phoenix
 Total Population: 1,011,939            Buckeye
                                                            County Land
                                 346
                                                            301       302
        Year 2030
 Population Projections                                                       324
 Core Total:        630,326
                         333                                                            Gila Indian Community
                                           343
 Extended Total: 736,723                                       323
 Fringe Total:     329,032                                                303
 Total Population: 1,696,081
 Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness.
                                                                                                                                     32




 Projections Based on Maricopa Association of Governments Interim Population Projections. Released July 2003.
 Maricopa Association of Governments
 Interim Population Projections                                                                       33
 EMCC approximate service area estimated using MAG Regional Analysis Zones (RAZ)
 and Traffic Analysis Zone (TAZ)
 Source: Maricopa Association of Governments, July 2003.



                         MAG Population Projections 2000-2030
                        Service Area Growth
     2000            2010          2020        2025      2030
   1,800,000
      263,020         571,692        887,690 1,135,328 1,365,542
                                                                                          1,696,081
                        117%            55%       28%       20%
       285,551        614,869          EMCC Fringe Total
                                   1,011,939 1,374,271 1,696,081

   1,600,000                           EMCC Extended Total
                 population est        EMCC Core Total                        1,374,271
         2000          285,551
         2010          614,869
   1,400,000
         2020        1,011,939
         2025        1,374,271
         2030        1,696,081
   1,200,000
                     2000          2010        2020      2025       2030
CC Core Total       210,141       399,252     528,727    1,011,939
                                                        578,195 630,326
Extended Total      53,044        172,610     359,601   558,230    736,723
C Fringe Total
    1,000,000       22,366        43,007      123,611   237,846    329,032




     800,000
                                            614,869

     600,000



     400,000
                         285,551


     200,000



           0
                      2000              2010             2020                2025         2030
Estrella Mountain Service Area Population Projections
Based On Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG)
Interim Population Projections - As of June 2003                                                                                34
EMCC Approximate Service Area estimated using MAG Regional Analysis Zones (RAZ)
Source: Maricopa Association of Governments, Interim Projections of Population, Housing and Employment
by Municipal Planning Area and Regional Analysis Zones (RAZ), June 2003.


Municipal                          Regional                                  Population Projections
Planning                           Analysis
Area                 Service        Area
(MPA)                 Area          (RAZ)             2000                2010               2020         2025        2030
Avondale                Core           273             25,054              48,800             62,240       71,124      79,707
Avondale                Core           282             12,730              31,543             51,136       61,318      71,748
El Mirage               Core           235              8,723              29,686             31,383       32,211      33,075
Glendale                Core           254              3,031              15,985             21,673       21,695      21,789
Glendale                Core           255              4,448              9,256              14,625       15,369      16,313
Glendale                Core           256              3,851              4,116               4,131        4,138       4,145
Glendale                Core           257             32,902              56,744             59,651       59,752      59,975
Goodyear                Core           265              8,868              16,998             32,724       36,824      41,578
Goodyear                Core           280              8,955              22,439             50,743       62,934      75,671
Goodyear                Core           281               167               1,827               7,696        7,772       8,669
Litchfield Park         Core           266              3,831              7,048              13,686       13,702      14,210
Phoenix                 Core           267             57,105              75,220             82,200       82,411      82,961
Phoenix                 Core           283              2,204              33,757             49,480       61,357      72,505
Phoenix                 Core           *268            30,261              34,272             34,931       35,011      35,166
Tolleson                Core           274              4,998              6,146               6,231        6,241       6,257
Youngtown               Core           236              3,013              5,415               6,197        6,336       6,557
Avondale              Extended         303               43                1,789               9,086        9,173       9,940
Buckeye               Extended         253              2,119              8,759              23,548       51,668      74,858
Buckeye               Extended         278              8,057              20,141             33,294       59,582      81,169
Buckeye               Extended         279              2,587              12,413             35,809       57,469      77,050
County Area           Extended         332               165                170                 638         1,097       1,507
Goodyear              Extended         302              3,087              19,728             48,011       51,719      58,538
Goodyear              Extended         323               169                353               21,942       88,172      145,955
Surprise              Extended         212              2,543              8,607              19,965       48,219      74,743
Surprise              Extended         232             16,114              27,624             38,312       40,212      42,112
Surprise              Extended         233              7,319              60,194             108,198      127,647     144,933
Surprise              Extended         234              8,630              10,351             13,188       13,244      13,343
County Area           Extended         301              2,211              2,481               7,610       10,028      12,575
Buckeye                Fringe          277              1,727              5,939              17,834       27,825      37,020
Buckeye                Fringe          340               23                6,641              28,546       51,370      71,602
Buckeye                Fringe          341               76                1,986              10,707       20,548      29,165
Buckeye                Fringe          343              2,074              2,677               3,690        7,043       9,705
County Area            Fringe          333              1,098              1,166               1,945        3,151       4,168
County Area            Fringe          334               939                975                1,624        2,095       2,542
County Area            Fringe          346              3,030              3,925               4,462        8,852      12,209
County Area            Fringe          347               576                703                1,392        2,199       2,903
Gila Bend              Fringe          331              2,264              2,826               6,001       12,499      17,823
Surprise               Fringe          204              2,824              4,218              22,813       45,972      64,154
Surprise               Fringe          211               316               4,192              10,852       36,969      56,189
Wickenburg             Fringe          201              7,419              7,729               9,959       14,812      15,960
County Area            Fringe          252                0                  30                3,786       4,511       5,592
                     EMCC Core Total                  210,141            399,252             528,727      578,195     630,326
                   EMCC Extended Total                 53,044            172,610             359,601      558,230     736,723
                    EMCC Fringe Total                  22,366             43,007             123,611      237,846     329,032
                           EMCC Total:               285,551            614,869            1,011,939     1,374,271   1,696,081
*Note:RAZ 268 includes partial TAZ 727-730 between 67th & 75th Avenue and VanBuren and Camelback
Occupied Housing Units in EMCC Service Area                                                                                                   35
Source: AZ Republic, June 13, 2001 "Close-Up on Your Community" and U.S. Census 2000 Data Set H18.
Occupied Housing Units, Census 2000 Summary File1 (SF1).

                                 Housing Units                Housing Units                    Net Change
City                                                                                                                     % Change
                                  1990 Census                  2000 Census                     1990-2000
Avondale                                4,917                        10,640                      5,723                       116%
Buckeye                                 1,701                        2,158                        457                        27%
El Mirage                               1,264                        2,121                        857                        68%
Goodyear                                1,385                        6,179                       4,794                       346%
Litchfield Park                         1,277                        1,508                        231                        18%
Surprise                                2,254                        12,484                      10,230                      454%
Tolleson                                1,216                        1,432                        216                        18%
Wickenburg                              2,070                         2,341                       271                         13%
Total                                  16,084                        38,863                      22,779                      142%


                    Occupied Housing Units in EMCC Service Area
                                   1990 vs. 2000

  14,000
                                                      Housing Units
                                                                                                        12,484
                                                      1990 Census
  12,000                                              Housing Units
                    10,640
                                                      2000 Census

  10,000




   8,000


                                                                     6,179

   6,000
            4,917



   4,000


                                     2,158           2,121                                      2,254                                     2,341
                             1,701                                                                                                2,070
                                                             1,385                    1,508                              1,432
   2,000                                     1,264                            1,277
                                                                                                                 1,216



       0
            Avondale         Buckeye         El Mirage       Goodyear        Litchfield Park     Surprise         Tolleson       Wickenburg
Building Permits for Single Family Dwellings
EMCC Service Area 1990-2002                                                                                                                                 36
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Phone surveys conducted May 2003.


City                                   1990     1991    1992    1993     1994      1995      1996      1997      1998      1999      2000      2001        2002


Avondale                                189      216     195     157      348       608       651       772      1,258     876       1,280     2,312      2,022
Buckeye                                N/A       N/A     N/A     N/A     N/A       N/A       N/A        N/A       N/A       90       137        71         214
El Mirage                                5        8       9      11        7        13        11        24        22       892       1,492     2,373      2,118
Gila Bend                                0        0       0       0        0         0         0         0         7        4         16            6          5
Goodyear                                55       74      72      250      457       588       637       833       993      1,031     1,449     1,877      1,839
Litchfield Park                         13       12       7      24       28        18        23        21        22        35        22        78          22
Surprise                                48       100     135     326      359       358      1,158     2,338     2,937     3,092     3,236     3,230      3,126
Tolleson                                 1        0       0       1        5        34        27        78        25        6         8             7          8
Totals:                                 311      410     418     769     1,204     1,619     2,507     4,066     5,264     6,026     7,640     9,954      9,354


                                                          EMCC Service Area
                                              Building Permits for Single Family Dwellings
                                                                                                                                            9,954
                           10,000
                                                                                                                                                        9,354

                            9,000


                            8,000     Totals                                                                                      7,640
                               1990    311
                               1991
                            7,000      410
   # of Building Permits




                               1992    418                                                                              6,026
                            6,000
                               1993    769
                                                                                                               5,264
                               1994   1204
                            5,000
                               1995   1619
                               1996   2507                                                           4,066
                            4,000
                               1997   4066
                               1998   5264
                            3,000
                               1999   6026                                                 2,507
                               2000   7640
                            2,000
                               2001   9954                                       1,619
                                                                       1,204
                               2002   9354
                            1,000                              769
                                      311      410     418

                                0
                                      1990     1991    1992    1993    1994      1995      1996      1997      1998      1999      2000      2001       2002
                                                                                           Year
EMCC Home Values - 2000 Census                                                                                                    37
Source: Census 2000 Demographic Profile DP-4 (Data based on a sample.)

        #          #Specified
                    Owner-
                   Occupied Median Less than            $50,000- $100,000- $150,000- $200,000- $300,000- $500,000- $1,000,000
     Area             units   Value 50,000.00           $99,999 $149,999 $199,999 $299,999 $499,999 $999,999 or more
    Arizona        1,032,103 $121,300 50,181.00         317,145 316,724 156,722 115,491 53,773            17,196     4,871
Maricopa County     661,903 $129,200 15,465.00          179,655 219,829 108,978       81,526    39,237    13,353     3,860

   Avondale             7,150    $129,200    463.00      1,487     3,050     1,647      461          42          0               0
   Buckeye               978      $86,400    125.00       480       224       120       20            9          0               0
  El Mirage             1,210     $82,700    113.00       745       273       29        50            0          0               0
  Gila Bend              229      $55,900    105.00       107        4         5         6            0          2               0
   Goodyear             4,816    $156,800     39.00       696      1,465     1,477      902          226         6               5
Litchfield Park         1,264    $169,400      8.00       145       374       248       297          171         21              0
   Surprise             9,276    $128,400    167.00      1,781     4,377     1,711      859          347         15              19
   Tolleson              872      $79,100    113.00       461       199       81        18            0          0               0

       %           #Specified
                    Owner-
                   Occupied       Median Less than      $50,000- $100,000- $150,000- $200,000- $300,000- $500,000- $1,000,000
      Area            units        Value 50,000.00      $99,999 $149,999 $199,999 $299,999 $499,999 $999,999 or more
    Arizona        1,032,103     $121,300     0.05        31%      31%       15%       11%        5%        2%         0%
Maricopa County     661,903      $129,200     0.02        27%      33%       16%       12%        6%        2%         1%
Maricopa County    661,903       $129,200     0.02        27%      33%       16%       12%        6%        2%         1%
   Avondale          7,150       $129,200     0.06        21%      43%       23%        6%        1%        0%         0%
   Buckeye            978         $86,400     0.13        49%      23%       12%        2%        1%        0%         0%
  El Mirage          1,210        $82,700     0.09        62%      23%        2%        4%        0%        0%         0%
   Gila Bend          229         $55,900     0.46        47%       2%        2%        3%        0%        1%         0%
   Goodyear          4,816       $156,800     0.01        14%      30%       31%       19%        5%        0%         0%
Litchfield Park      1,264       $169,400     0.01        11%      30%       20%       23%       14%        2%         0%
   Surprise          9,276       $128,400     0.02        19%      47%       18%        9%        4%        0%         0%
   Tolleson           872         $79,100     0.13        53%      23%        9%        2%        0%        0%         0%

                                EMCC Service Area Median Home Values in 2000
  $180,000                                                                               $169,400
                                                                             $156,800
  $160,000
  $140,000   $129,200       $129,200                                                                  $128,400

  $120,000
  $100,000                              $86,400       $82,700                                                          $79,100
   $80,000
                                                                  $55,900
   $60,000
   $40,000
   $20,000
        $0
             Maricopa Avondale         Buckeye    El Mirage      Gila Bend Goodyear     Litchfield   Surprise         Tolleson
              County                                                                     Park
Home Values in EMCC Service Area Zip Codes in 2002                                                                                                38
Source: The Arizona Republic, Valley Home Values March 2, 2003.

                     Overall Median Price
                                                                                                             Median Price
                (Combined New and Resale Homes)
                                                                                                 Resales                            New Homes
                        Largest                                                                     %      %                              %      %
                        Increase            Percentage Change                                     Change Change                         Change Change
               In 2002 In 5 Years 2001-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 97-02                In 2002    2001-02 97-02            In 2002      2001-02 97-02
Avondale
85323        $139,500 1999          2.8    4.5      3.9    7.5       0.5     20.6     $140,000       4.3      16.4        $139,000        2.0    21.4
Buckeye
85326        $115,973 1999          5.4    9.2     -4.1    15.1      3.2     31.3     $115,315       -5.9     29.2        $117,620       17.4     -
El Mirage
85335        $117,802      -        9.5     -        -      -         -               $112,069       5.5        -         $118,661       10.1    NA
Glendale
85305        $147,000 2002         13.1    9.7      1.3    8.0       3.0     39.8     $132,000       5.7       32               -          -      -
85307        $119,950 1999          3.6    7.7     -9.6    9.2       5.2     15.9     $119,700       3.2      24.7              -          -      -
Goodyear
85338        $159,034 1999          4.0    -0.1     5.7    7.8       1.2     19.8     $154,000       4.8      25.2        $161,582        4.6    19.0
Litchfield Park
85340        $160,072 2001         -30.4   23.8 22.5 10.7            7.1     25.2     $203,000       6.8      64.1        $156,678       -50.3    -
Phoenix
85033         $99,900 2000`         7.8    9.0 11.8 8.7             10.1     57.3     $99,900        7.8      58.6           -             -      -
85035         $97,500 2000          6.0    8.9 15.8 12.3            8.5      62.8     $97,000        5.4      61.9           -             -      -
85037        $114,000 2001          5.6    11.4 6.5 7.1             2.1      36.9     $110,900       6.6      38.8        $141,640        1.8    65.2
85043        $123,700 2000          2.6    10.6 43.1 9.6            3.3      83.9     $119,000       8.8      83.1        $124,432        1.9     -
Sun City
85351         $95,950 2002          3.2    0.5      0.5    2.2       1.1     7.8       $95,500       2.7       7.3              -          -      -
Surprise
85374        $150,000 1999          7.1    2.3      5.8    7.4       5.5     31.2     $135,000       3.5      21.6        $171,200       16.3    49.1
Tolleson
85353        $131,190 2002         27.8    23.8 -7.9       -5.7      -4.6    31.2     $112,959      17.7      13.0        $132,155       19.9     -
Wickenburg
85390        $184,750 1998         11.0    3.4     15.0    -6.7     25.0 54.0         $181,000       4.1      35.6              -          -      -
Zip       Home Price
Avondale ########                   EMCC Service Area Overall Median Home Prices
Buckeye ########                        (Combined New and Resale) in 2002
El Mirage ########
Goodyear ########
    $200,000                                                                                                                          $184,750
Litchfield P ########
    $180,000                                                                        $160,072
Surprise ########                                                 $159,034                        $150,000
Tolleson ########
    $160,000
                  $139,500
Wickenbur########                                                                                                    $131,190
    $140,000
                               $115,973         $117,802
    $120,000

    $100,000

     $80,000

     $60,000

     $40,000

     $20,000

         $0
                 Avondale      Buckeye      El Mirage           Goodyear      Litchfield Park     Surprise          Tolleson        Wickenburg
Unemployment Rates in Arizona                                                                             39
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics 2002. http://stats.bls.gov/ Series Id:LASST04000006. July 2003.


                         Unemployment
    Month/Year              Rates
      01/92                  7.5%
      01/93                  6.9%
      01/94                  6.4%
      01/95                  5.4%
      01/96                  5.1%
      01/97                  5.4%
      01/98                  4.1%
      01/99                  4.3%
      01/00                  4.1%
      01/01                  3.7%
      01/02                  6.1%
      01/03                  5.5%


                                 Unemployment Rates in Arizona
   8.0%

   7.0%

   6.0%

   5.0%

   4.0%

   3.0%

   2.0%                                                 Unemployment Rates

   1.0%

   0.0%
            01/92 01/93 01/94 01/95 01/96 01/97 01/98 01/99 01/00 01/01 01/02 01/03
                                                                  Month/Year
                                Source:U.S. Department of Labor Statistics
EMCC Service Area Unemployment Rates
2001-2003                                                                                                                      40
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness.
Data provided by the U.S Dept. of Labor: State of Arizona, Dept. of Economic Security, Research Administration.

                            2001        2002         2003*
Arizona                      4.7%        6.2%          5.7%
Maricopa County              3.9%        5.6%          5.1%

Avondale                     7.5%       10.6%          9.7%
Buckeye                      9.1%       12.8%         11.7%
El Mirage                    4.6%        6.6%          6.0%
Goodyear                     4.9%        7.0%          6.4%
Litchfield Park              3.5%        5.0%          4.6%
Surprise                     6.4%        9.1%          8.3%
Tolleson                     7.1%       10.0%          9.2%
Youngtown                    4.4%        6.3%          5.7%


                           EMCC Service Area - Annual Unemployment Rates
                                            2001 - 2003

                                           2001                     2002                2003*
   14%

                                                               11.7%
   12%

                                                 9.7%
   10%                                                                                                               9.2%
                                                                                                          8.3%
                           County
    8%
                           Average
                                                                                    6.4%
                    5.7%                                                   6.0%                                               5.7%
    6%
                              5.1%                                                              4.6%

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                            Section 5

BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
                                        DATA




3000 North Dysart Road              s   A v o n d a l e , A r i z o n a 8 5 3 2 3- 1 0 0 0       s   ( 6 2 3 ) 9 3 5- 8 0 0 0
   A    M   a   r   i   c   o   p       a    C    o   m   m    u   n   i   t   y     C       o       l   l   e   g   e
                                                                                                                             41



                                           Industry                                   #
                           Major* Employers in EMCC200
                                    Construction              Service Area
                           Services: Health Care             276
                                            Breakdown by Industry
                                  Transportation             300
                                  Real Estate                                        350
                                  Agriculture                                        851
               Military        Services:Other                                       1035                           7,836
                               Public Utilities                                     2533
                        Public Administration                                       3544
           Retail Trade          Distribution                                       3619                   7,075
                               Manufacturing                                        4951
                               Services: Education                                  6465
  Services: Education                                                                              6,465
                                       Retail Trade                                 7075
                                              Military                           7836
        Manufacturing                          Total                           39035
                                                                               4,951


           Distribution                                             3,619


Public Administration                                              3,544


        Public Utilities                                 2,533


        Services:Other                          1,035


            Agriculture                 851
                                                           Major employers account for more than
            Real Estate          350                       39,000 jobs in the EMCC service area.

        Transportation            300


Services: Health Care           276



          Construction          200


                           0       1,000         2,000   3,000      4,000   5,000          6,000   7,000       8,000       9,000

                                                                 Number of Employees
*100 or more employees
                                                                                                                                         42
Major Employers in the EMCC Service Area
100 or More Employees
Source: EMCC Office of Planning & Institutional Effectiveness. Compiled via phone surveys and multiple business databases.
October 2002 & July 2003.


                                                                                                                                                 # of
Employer                                                       Industry                                                      City              Employees
Luke Air Force Base                                            Military                                                      LAFB                7,836
Arizona Public Service (Palo Verde)                            Transportation & Public Utilities: Utilities                  Tonopah             2,123
Sun Land Beef Company                                          Manufacturing: Meat Processing                                Tolleson            1,225
Desert Sky Mall                                                Retail Trade:                                                 Phoenix             1,200
Pendergast School District 92                                  Services: Education                                           Phoenix             1,133
Arizona Lewis Prison                                           Public Administration: State Prison                           Buckeye             1,060
Wal-Mart Distribution                                          Distribution                                                  Buckeye             841
Arizona State Prison/Perryville                                Public Administration: State Prison                           Goodyear            825
Dysart Unified District 89                                     Services: Education                                           El Mirage           825
Wal-Mart Stores                                                Retail Trade:                                                 Surprise            740
Litchfield School District 79                                  Services: Education                                           Litchfield Park     700
Wal-Mart Stores                                                Retail Trade:                                                 Phoenix             700
Tolleson,Westview,La Jolla High Schools                        Services: Education                                           Tolleson            676
Wal-Mart Stores                                                Retail Trade:                                                 Avondale            630
Fry’s Distribution (Atlas Cold Storage)                        Distribution: Grocers (Kroger)                                Tolleson            600
Estrella Mountain Community College                            Services: Education                                           Avondale            594
Lockheed-Martin                                                Manufacturing: Defense Systems, Aerospace                     Goodyear            540
Albertson’s Distribution Center                                Distribution: Grocers                                         Tolleson            500
McLane Sunwest                                                 Distribution: Grocers (division of Walmart)                   Goodyear            500
Avondale Elem.School District                                  Services: Education                                           Avondale            470
Sysco Food Service of Arizona                                  Distribution: Food Service                                    Phoenix             465
The Wigwam Resort                                              Services: Resort                                              Litchfield Park     450
City of Surprise                                               Public Administration: City Government                        Surprise            445
Petsmart Distribution Center                                   Retail Trade:                                                 Phoenix             430
Agua Fria School District                                      Services: Education                                           Avondale            400
Rubbermaid, Inc.                                               Manufacturing: Plastic Products                               Goodyear            390
Atrium Door & Window                                           Manufacturing: Doors & Windows                                Tolleson            375
CAVCO                                                          Manufacturing: Mobile Homes                                   Goodyear            350
City of Avondale                                               Public Administration: City Government                        Avondale            350
Del Webb’s Sun City Grand                                      Real Estate                                                   Surprise            350
Greater Phoenix Auto Auction                                   Retail Trade: Auto Auctioneers                                Phoenix             350
Rousseau Farms                                                 Agriculture: Farming                                          Tolleson            350
McKelvey Trucking Company                                      Transportation & Public Utilities                             Phoenix             300
Quaker Oats                                                    Manufacturing: Snapple                                        Tolleson            300
                                                                                                                                         43
Major Employers in the EMCC Service Area
100 or More Employees
Source: EMCC Office of Planning & Institutional Effectiveness. Compiled via phone surveys and multiple business databases.
October 2002 & July 2003.


                                                                                                                                                 # of
Employer                                                       Industry                                                      City              Employees
Salt River Project                                             Transportation & Public Utilities: Utilities                  Phoenix             300
Fowler School District                                         Services: Education                                           Phoenix             294
CONAIR Corporation                                             Distribution Center: Hair Products                            Glendale            289
Auto Zone                                                      Distribution: Automotive Parts                                Phoenix             274
Liberty School District 25                                     Services: Education                                           Buckeye             260
Goodyear City Hall                                             Public Administration: City Government                        Goodyear            253
Shult Homes Corp./Marlette Homes Inc.                          Manufacturing: Mobile Homes                                   Buckeye             250
Landis Plastics                                                Manufacturing: Plastic Food Containers                        Tolleson            240
Weyerhaeuser                                                   Manufacturing: Paper board boxes                              Tolleson            240
Trevor Browne High School                                      Services: Education                                           Phoenix             233
Buckeye School District 33                                     Services: Education                                           Buckeye             225
Avondale Dodge Chrysler/Plymouth Jeep                          Services: Car Dealership                                      Avondale            210
Tolleson School District 17                                    Services: Education                                           Tolleson            201
Littleton School District 65                                   Services: Education                                           Cashion             200
Rudolfo Bros. Plastering                                       Construction                                                  Avondale            200
Safeway                                                        Retail Trade: Grocers                                         Goodyear            200
Sam’s Club                                                     Retail Trade:                                                 Phoenix             200
Wincup Company                                                 Manufacturing: Styrofoam Cups                                 Phoenix             200
SW Regional Juvenile Corrections Complex                       Public Administration: Corrections                            Buckeye             184
Clayton Homes                                                  Manufacturing: Homes                                          El Mirage           180
Fry’s Food and Drug                                            Retail Trade: Grocers                                         Avondale            174
Home Depot                                                     Retail Trade: Building Materials                              Phoenix             170
Fry’s Food and Drug                                            Retail Trade: Grocers                                         Surprise            165
Lufthansa German Airlines                                      Services: Commercial Pilot Training                           Goodyear            165
City of El Mirage                                              Public Administration: City Government                        El Mirage           160
Home Depot                                                     Retail Trade: Building Materials                              Surprise            160
Rip Griffin Truck Travel Center                                Retail Trade:                                                 Tonopah             160
Costco                                                         Retail Trade:                                                 Avondale            156
Everkrisp Vegetables, Inc.                                     Agriculture: Farming                                          Tolleson            151
Bickman Farms                                                  Agriculture: Farming                                          Litchfield Park     150
Buckeye Union High School                                      Services: Education                                           Buckeye             150
Price/Costco (Depot 96)                                        Distribution: for Price Clubs                                 Tolleson            150
Royal Sun West Care Center                                     Services: Health Care/Nursing Home                            Avondale            150
Target                                                         Retail Trade:                                                 Goodyear            150
                                                                                                                                          44
Major Employers in the EMCC Service Area
100 or More Employees
Source: EMCC Office of Planning & Institutional Effectiveness. Compiled via phone surveys and multiple business databases.
October 2002 & July 2003.


                                                                                                                                                 # of
Employer                                                       Industry                                                      City              Employees
Buckeye Town Hall                                              Public Administration: Government                             Buckeye             137
K-Mart                                                         Retail Trade:                                                 Tolleson            130
Lowe’s Home Improvement                                        Retail Trade: Building Materials                              Phoenix             130
Owens - Illinois                                               Manufacturing: Plastic Bottles                                Tolleson            130
Safeway                                                        Retail Trade: Grocers                                         Surprise            130
Tolleson City Hall                                             Public Administration: City Government                        Tolleson            130
SunBridge Estrella Care Center                                 Services: Health Care                                         Avondale            126
Target                                                         Retail Trade:                                                 Phoenix             125
Fry’s Food and Drug Store                                      Retail Trade: Grocers                                         Goodyear            120
Home Depot                                                     Retail Trade: Building Materials                              Avondale            120
Snyder’s of Hanover, PA                                        Manufacturing - Pretzel Bakery & Warehouse                    Goodyear            120
Lowe’s Home Improvement                                        Retail Trade: Building Materials                              Surprise            115
Lowe’s Home Improvement                                        Retail Trade: Building Materials                              Goodyear            115
Cracker Barrel                                                 Services: Restaurant                                          Goodyear            110
Cunningham Commercial Vehicles (Freightliner)                  Transportation: Commercial Vehicles                           Tolleson            110
Poore Brothers, Inc.                                           Manufacturing: Potato Chip, Snack Food                        Goodyear            110
Albertson’s                                                    Retail Trade: Grocers                                         Surprise            105
Gila Bend Unified District 24                                  Services: Education                                           Gila Bend           104
Adapto                                                         Manufacturing: Machining, Air Bag Components                  Goodyear            101
Conklin Rose Company                                           Agriculture: Roses                                            Litchfield          100
Food City                                                      Retail Trade: Grocers                                         Avondale            100
Fry’s Food & Drug                                              Retail Trade: Grocers                                         Phoenix             100
Fry’s Food & Drug                                              Retail Trade: Grocers                                         Avondale            100
Kysor (was Kalt Manufacturing)                                 Manufacturing: Commercial Refrigerators                       Goodyear            100
Parker Hannifan Corporation                                    Manufacturing: Aerospace                                      Glendale            100
Sunfresh Farms                                                 Agriculture: Farmer’s Market                                  Goodyear            100
Target                                                         Retail Trade:                                                 Surprise            100
Yates Pontiac                                                  Services: Car Dealership                                      Goodyear            100
                                                                                                                             Grand Total        39,035
EMCC Service Area Employment of Residents in 2000                                                                45
by Industry and Occupations
Source: Census 2000 Demographic Profile DP-3 (Data based on a sample.)


                                                          El   Gila          Litchfield                         Maricopa
Industry                           Avondale   Buckeye   Mirage Bend Goodyear   Park       Surprise   Tolleson    County

Employed Civilian Population 16+
                                    15,670     2,474    3,113    727     7,651   1,630     10,443     2,159     1,427,292
Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing,
Hunting, Mining                      3%         4%       5%      9%       2%      3%        2%         4%          1%

Construction
                                     8%        10%       14%     7%       7%      6%        9%        11%          9%

Manufacturing
                                     14%       13%       9%      6%      12%      7%        8%        14%         12%

Wholesale Trade
                                     5%         5%       4%      1%       5%      2%        4%         7%          4%

Retail Trade
                                     10%       10%       9%      16%     13%      8%        12%       12%         12%
Transportation,
Warehousing,Utilities                8%        11%       5%      6%      11%     13%        5%         9%          5%

Information
                                     2%         2%       1%      1%       2%      2%        2%         1%          3%
Finance, Insurance, Real Estate,
Rental,Leasing                       7%         4%       5%      3%       8%     10%        10%        6%          9%
Professional, Scientific, Mgmt,
Admin,Waste Mgmt                     7%         5%       9%      6%       9%     10%        12%        6%         12%
Educational, Health and Social
Services                             16%       18%       22%     14%     13%     20%        16%       13%         16%
Arts, Entertainment, Recreation,
Accom, Food Svc                      8%         6%       10%     17%      6%      8%        8%         4%          9%
Other Services (except public
admin)                               4%         5%       5%      4%       4%      2%        4%         3%          5%

Public Administration
                                     8%         8%       4%      12%      9%      7%        7%         8%          4%

                                                          El   Gila          Litchfield                         Maricopa
Occupations                        Avondale   Buckeye   Mirage Bend Goodyear   Park       Surprise   Tolleson    County

Employed Civilian Population 16+
                                   15,670      2,474    3,113    727     7,651   1,630    10,443      2,159     1,427,292
Management, Professional &
Related                             29%        23%       14%    17%      32%     47%       28%        14%         34%

Service
                                    15%        16%       29%    21%      15%     13%       20%        12%         15%

Sales and Office
                                    27%        22%       20%    23%      31%     24%       30%        29%         30%

Farming, Fishing & Forestry
                                     2%         4%       4%      7%       1%      0%        2%         4%          0%
Construction, Extraction &
Maintenance                         11%        19%       18%    15%       9%      5%       10%        11%         10%
Production, Trans. & Material
Moving                              16%        16%       16%    17%      13%     10%       10%        29%         11%
                                                                                                                                                    46
Largest and Fastest Growing Occupations
in Arizona 2000 - 2010
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Bureau of Labor Statistics http://stats.bls.gov/oes/2001/oes_az.htm


                                        10 Fastest Growing Occupations for 2000 - 2010
Occupation                                                                                                        Employment                      Change
                                                                                                                 2000    2010               Number Percent
Medical Assistants                                                                                               8,529  15,247               6,718     79%
Physician Assistants                                                                                             1,980   3,524               1,544     78%
Computer Support Specialists                                                                                    12,579  22,174               9,595     76%
Computer Software Engineers, Applications                                                                        5,022   8,829               3,807     76%
Network and Computer Systems Administrators                                                                      3,433   5,931               2,498     73%
Desktop Publishers                                                                                                436     748                 312      72%
Special Education Teachers, Preschool, Kindergarten, & Elementary School                                         3,666   6,128               2,462     67%
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians                                                               2,872   4,763               1,891     66%
Physical Therapist Aides                                                                                         1,015   1,683                668      66%
Occupational Therapist Aides                                                                                      129     213                  84      65%

                                  10 Occupations with the largest job growth 2000 - 2010
Occupation                                                                                                        Employment                      Change
                                                                                                                 2000    2010               Number Percent
Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food                                              50,279  72,241               21,962    44%
Retail Salespersons                                                                                             63,947  83,411               19,464    30%
Customer Service Representatives                                                                                42,495  59,554               17,059    40%
Cashiers                                                                                                        54,069  69,250               15,181    28%
Registered Nurses                                                                                               27,718  38,838               11,120    40%
Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education                                                            27,149  37,605               10,456    39%
Waiters and Waitresses                                                                                          37,680  47,854               10,174    27%
Computer Support Specialists                                                                                    12,579  22,174                9,595    76%
Teacher Assistants                                                                                              19,482  28,852                9,370    48%
Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers                                                                          21,200  30,396                9,196    43%
Projected Job Openings in Arizona 2000 - 2010                                                                                     47
Ranked by Percent Change and Annual Openings
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from the AZ Dept. of Economic Security.
                                                                                        2000       2010
                                                                                      Estimated  Projected                 %      Total Annual
Rank                                Occupation Title                                 Employment Employment               Change    Openings
  1    Medical Assistants                                                               8,529     15,247                  79%         786
  2    Physician Assistants                                                             1,980      3,524                  78%         176
  3    Computer Support Specialists                                                    12,579     22,174                  76%         987
  4    Computer Software Engineers, Applications                                        5,022      8,829                  76%         398
  5    Network and Computer Systems Administrators                                      3,433      5,931                  73%         257
  6    Desktop Publishers                                                                436        748                   72%          35
  7    Special Education Teachers, Preschool, Kindergarten                              3,666      6,128                  67%         269
  8    Medical Records and Health Information Technicians                               2,872      4,763                  66%         221
  9    Physical Therapist Aides                                                         1,015      1,683                  66%          82
 10    Occupational Therapist Aides                                                      129        213                   65%          10
 11    Speech-Language Pathologists                                                     1,401      2,309                  65%         109
 12    Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts                                 1,556      2,560                  65%         103
 13    Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software                                    6,194     10,185                  64%         420
 14    Audiologists                                                                      173        284                   64%          13
 15    Physical Therapist Assistants                                                     740       1,211                  64%          58
 16    Marriage and Family Therapists                                                    482        782                   62%          35
 17    Social and Human Service Assistants                                              3,284      5,308                  62%         227
 18    Veterinarians                                                                     482        778                   61%          34
 19    Database Administrators                                                          1,704      2,715                  59%         105
 20    Occupational Therapist Assistants                                                 125        199                   59%           9
 21    Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers                            541        857                   58%          39
 22    Personal and Home Care Aides                                                     2,474      3,906                  58%         162
 23    Chiropractors                                                                     119        187                   57%           8
 24    Locomotive Firers                                                                  42         66                   57%           3
 25    Dental Hygienists                                                                2,789      4,354                  56%         177
 26    Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary                                          18         28                   56%           1
 27    Locomotive Engineers                                                              780       1,209                  55%          51
 28    Dental Assistants                                                                4,249      6,579                  55%         271
 29    Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers, All Other                              350        541                   55%          23
 30    Personal Financial Advisors                                                       561        867                   55%          34
 31    Home Economics Teachers, Postsecondary                                             44         68                   55%           3
 32    Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians                                      358        553                   54%          24
 33    Veterinary Technologists and Technicians                                          709       1,090                  54%          47
 34    Surgical Technologists                                                           1,075      1,651                  54%          72
 35    Recreation and Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary                            131        201                   53%           9
 36    Child Care Workers                                                               5,911      9,065                  53%         416
 37    Pharmacy Technicians                                                             2,416      3,705                  53%         160
 38    Computer Specialists, All Other                                                  2,241      3,435                  53%         129
 39    Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsecondary                      388        593                   53%          26
 40    Architecture Teachers, Postsecondary                                              233        356                   53%          15
 41    Communications Teachers, Postsecondary                                            400        611                   53%          27
 42    Foreign Language and Literature Teachers, Postsecondary                           133        203                   53%           9
 43    Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary                                        519        792                   53%          34
 44    Philosophy and Religion Teachers, Postsecondary                                    78        119                   53%           5
 45    Environmental Science Teachers, Postsecondary                                     177        270                   53%          11
 46    Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary                                                219        334                   53%          15
 47    Special Education Teachers, Secondary School                                     1,554      2,369                  52%          92
 48    Agricultural Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary                                     458        698                   52%          30
 49    Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary                                       1,035      1,577                  52%          68
 50    Special Education Teachers, Middle School                                         902       1,374                  52%          53
                                                                                                                                  48
Occupational Employment and Wage Data-Arizona
Average Wages by Occupation Category for Arizona - 2001
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Bureau of Labor Statistics, Dept. of Labor.



                                                                                                Median        Mean          Mean
Occupation Title                                                            Employment
                                                                                                Hourly        Hourly        Annual

All Occupations                                                                2,230,610         $12.33        $15.45       $32,140

Management Occupations                                                          126,760          $28.80        $31.87       $66,300

Business and Financial Operations Occupations                                   78,410           $20.54        $22.69       $47,200

Computer and Mathematical Occupations                                           50,090           $26.37        $28.02       $58,270

Architecture and Engineering Occupations                                        59,010           $24.61        $26.53       $55,180

Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations                                  13,560           $20.37        $21.97       $45,700

Community and Social Services Occupations                                       22,720           $13.96        $15.00       $31,200

Education, Training, and Library Occupations                                    124,140          $15.06        $16.34       $33,980

Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations                      22,970           $15.08        $17.51       $36,420

Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations                              90,840           $20.24        $24.35       $50,640

Healthcare Support Occupations                                                  52,030            $9.63        $10.11       $21,030

Protective Service Occupations                                                  66,470           $13.99        $15.25       $31,720

Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations                                187,570           $6.64        $7.41        $15,410

Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations                       80,540            $7.94        $8.87        $18,440

Personal Care and Service Occupations                                           47,380            $8.18        $10.48       $21,800

Sales and Related Occupations                                                   232,600          $10.20        $13.62       $28,340

Office and Administrative Support Occupations                                   408,370          $11.45        $12.47       $25,930

Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations                                      14,930            $6.63        $7.61        $15,840

Construction and Extraction Occupations                                         164,670          $13.72        $14.53       $30,220

Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations                               98,280           $15.13        $16.14       $33,570

Production Occupations                                                          132,090          $10.99        $12.62       $26,250

Transportation and Material Moving Occupations                                  142,920          $10.29        $12.51       $26,020
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Municipal Employment Opportunities
Year 2000 - 2030 - Jobs per 1,000 Residents
Source: Arizona Republic Article: "Workforce Outpaces City's Population" 8/7/2003.
Data provided by Maricopa Association of Governments


City                                         2000                                                      2030
                      Population               Jobs          Jobs per 1,000          Population        Jobs     Jobs per 1,000
Avondale                37,827                 9,041              239                 161,395         59,448         368
Buckeye                 16,663                 7,088              425                 380,569        194,394         511
Chandler               185,309                71,009              383                 288,590        184,528         639
Gilbert                119,159                34,996              294                 290,481        118,175         407
Glendale               230,286                84,542              367                 312,182        190,225         609
Goodyear                21,246                13,895              654                 330,411        105,826         320
Mesa                   441,846               172,008              389                 647,760        318,115         491
Peoria                 114,142                28,362              248                 253,395        141,492         558
Phoenix               1,350,472              741,018              549                2,187,506      1,264,062        587
Scottsdale             204,317               152,116              745                 292,706        214,841         734
Surprise                37,746                 8,999              238                 395,474        118,383         299
Tempe                  158,865               162,393             1,022                196,697        241,099        1,226




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Jobs That Pay More than $10 Per Hour                                                                                               50
Average Wages by Occupation for Arizona - 2001
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor.

                                                                                                                  Median      Mean        Mean
Occupation Title                                                                               Employment
                                                                                                                  Hourly      Hourly     Annual
Management Occupations                                                                            126,760         $28.80      $31.87     $66,300
Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School                                          3,260             *          *        $67,690
Chief Executives                                                                                   8,960          $54.58      $51.44    $107,000
Engineering Managers                                                                               4,750          $38.86      $40.30     $83,830
Computer and Information Systems Managers                                                          4,260          $37.85      $37.29     $77,570
General and Operations Managers                                                                    29,880         $32.43      $35.18     $73,180
Construction Managers                                                                              3,040          $33.16      $33.93     $70,580
Industrial Production Managers                                                                     2,310          $32.77      $33.68     $70,050
Education Administrators, Postsecondary                                                            1,760          $32.89      $33.14     $68,940
Financial Managers                                                                                 10,230         $30.42      $33.09     $68,820
Sales Managers                                                                                     6,870          $29.94      $32.54     $67,680
Marketing Managers                                                                                 3,920          $29.57      $32.50     $67,590
Natural Sciences Managers                                                                           620           $29.12      $30.16     $62,730
Medical and Health Services Managers                                                               3,980          $27.50      $29.24     $60,810
Public Relations Managers                                                                          1,200          $27.30      $28.63     $59,560
Human Resources Managers                                                                           4,010          $25.61      $27.98     $58,200
Advertising and Promotions Managers                                                                1,580          $26.45      $27.95     $58,140
Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers                                                 1,670          $26.01      $27.86     $57,950
Purchasing Managers                                                                                1,860          $25.65      $27.15     $56,470
Administrative Services Managers                                                                   5,550          $25.32      $26.76     $55,670
Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Managers                                                         60           $24.68      $25.71     $53,480
Postmasters and Mail Superintendents                                                                190           $23.21      $23.79     $49,490
Social and Community Service Managers                                                              2,550          $19.65      $20.50     $42,630
Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers                                          4,510          $17.92      $19.22     $39,970
Funeral Directors                                                                                   300           $17.25      $19.01     $39,530
Education Administrators, Preschool and Child Care Center/Program                                  1,250          $16.04      $17.68     $36,780
Lodging Managers                                                                                    750           $15.19      $17.48     $36,360
Food Service Managers                                                                              8,260          $14.86      $15.98     $33,240
Legislators                                                                                         750            $6.55      $10.23     $21,290
Business and Financial Operations Occupations                                                      78,410         $20.54      $22.69     $47,200
Loan Officers                                                                                      3,810          $24.29      $28.83     $59,970
Financial Examiners                                                                                 350           $24.55      $27.03     $56,230
Management Analysts                                                                                8,130          $25.01      $26.43     $54,980
Loan Counselors                                                                                      **           $25.01      $24.66     $51,290
Financial Analysts                                                                                 3,300          $23.60      $24.38     $50,710
Purchasing Agents and Buyers, Farm Products                                                         350           $17.00      $24.10     $50,120
Cost Estimators                                                                                    3,630          $21.15      $23.82     $49,550
Insurance Underwriters                                                                             1,780          $20.95      $23.67     $49,230
Emergency Management Specialists                                                                    100           $21.49      $23.46     $48,790
Budget Analysts                                                                                    2,350          $22.00      $23.09     $48,020
Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents                                                       600           $22.38      $22.71     $47,240
Accountants and Auditors                                                                           15,340         $20.13      $21.72     $45,180
Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage                                                                   150           $20.97      $21.67     $45,080
Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm Products                                     3,760          $20.11      $21.47     $44,670
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators                                                     3,920          $20.55      $21.39     $44,490
Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture, Construction, Health and Safety/Transp.                   2,270          $19.48      $20.68     $43,010
Training and Development Specialists                                                               4,260          $18.16      $19.74     $41,050
Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate                                                            1,510          $18.36      $19.43     $40,420
Jobs That Pay More than $10 Per Hour                                                                                               51
Average Wages by Occupation for Arizona - 2001
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor.



                                                                                                                  Median      Mean       Mean
Occupation Title                                                                               Employment
                                                                                                                  Hourly      Hourly    Annual
Business and Financial Operations Occupations (continued)                                          78,410         $20.54      $22.69    $47,200
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists                                               1,040          $18.03      $19.18    $39,900
Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products                                                  2,430          $16.43      $19.10    $39,730
Meeting and Convention Planners                                                                     540           $17.58      $18.16    $37,770
Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists                                                 2,610          $16.47      $18.11    $37,680
Credit Analysts                                                                                    3,830          $12.73      $15.64    $32,530
Tax Preparers                                                                                      1,050          $12.08      $13.11    $27,270
Computer and Mathematical Occupations                                                              50,090         $26.37      $28.02    $58,270
Computer Software Engineers, Applications                                                          4,850          $35.46      $39.82    $82,820
Mathematicians                                                                                       30           $40.00      $39.28    $81,690
Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software                                                      4,710          $34.23      $33.81    $70,320
Computer and Information Scientists, Research                                                       600           $33.94      $33.13    $68,910
Computer Systems Analysts                                                                          7,890          $34.38      $33.13    $68,910
Actuaries                                                                                            90           $26.69      $31.07    $64,620
Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts                                                   1,950          $30.13      $30.45    $63,340
Database Administrators                                                                            1,480          $26.81      $27.92    $58,080
Computer Programmers                                                                               8,810          $26.41      $26.79    $55,730
Network and Computer Systems Administrators                                                        3,360          $25.63      $26.72    $55,570
Statisticians                                                                                       140           $21.57      $23.85    $49,610
Operations Research Analysts                                                                        790           $22.93      $23.84    $49,580
Computer Support Specialists                                                                       13,300         $18.79      $19.86    $41,320
Architecture and Engineering Occupations                                                           59,010         $24.61      $26.53    $55,180
Electrical Engineers                                                                               4,190          $33.82      $35.50    $73,840
Chemical Engineers                                                                                  150           $30.84      $35.33    $73,490
Electronics Engineers, Except Computer                                                             5,450          $33.10      $34.09    $70,910
Aerospace Engineers                                                                                2,640          $33.00      $33.86    $70,430
Mechanical Engineers                                                                               3,020          $30.56      $32.44    $67,480
Materials Engineers                                                                                 400           $31.46      $31.67    $65,880
Environmental Engineers                                                                             840           $30.17      $30.97    $64,420
Industrial Engineers                                                                               3,790          $28.58      $28.40    $59,070
Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors                          770           $28.05      $28.33    $58,940
Biomedical Engineers                                                                                190           $25.72      $27.58    $57,370
Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technicians                                                    960           $26.53      $26.53    $55,180
Architects, Except Landscape and Naval                                                             1,900          $23.75      $25.92    $53,910
Civil Engineers                                                                                    4,920          $23.17      $25.08    $52,170
Mining and Geological Engineers, Including Mining Safety Engineers                                  210           $19.92      $23.87    $49,640
Agricultural Engineers                                                                               40           $21.11      $23.59    $49,080
Landscape Architects                                                                                280           $21.40      $21.90    $45,550
Industrial Engineering Technicians                                                                 1,460          $20.16      $21.74    $45,220
Mechanical Drafters                                                                                1,480          $20.81      $20.90    $43,460
Electro-Mechanical Technicians                                                                      370           $20.01      $20.79    $43,240
Cartographers and Photogrammetrists                                                                 130           $20.27      $20.50    $42,640
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians                                                  9,330          $17.37      $18.91    $39,340
Architectural and Civil Drafters                                                                   1,920          $18.26      $18.77    $39,040
Civil Engineering Technicians                                                                      1,830          $17.55      $18.72    $38,940
Mechanical Engineering Technicians                                                                 1,280          $18.38      $18.64    $38,760
Surveyors                                                                                          1,390          $17.51      $18.54    $38,570
Jobs That Pay More than $10 Per Hour                                                                                               52
Average Wages by Occupation for Arizona - 2001
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor.



                                                                                                                  Median      Mean       Mean
Occupation Title                                                                               Employment
                                                                                                                  Hourly      Hourly    Annual
Architecture and Engineering Occupations (continued)                                               59,010         $24.61      $26.53    $55,180
Surveying and Mapping Technicians                                                                   890           $17.33      $18.33    $38,120
Electrical and Electronics Drafters                                                                1,670          $17.86      $18.17    $37,800
Environmental Engineering Technicians                                                               290           $17.24      $18.08    $37,600
Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations                                                     13,560         $20.37      $21.97    $45,700
Astronomers                                                                                          90           $32.35      $32.14    $66,850
Physicists                                                                                           60           $29.91      $31.26    $65,030
Economists                                                                                          130           $30.42      $30.89    $64,250
Atmospheric and Space Scientists                                                                     70           $30.12      $30.06    $62,520
Materials Scientists                                                                                170           $23.09      $27.50    $57,200
Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists                                                          270           $24.30      $25.66    $53,370
Hydrologists                                                                                        410           $23.08      $25.64    $53,340
Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers                                                  270           $21.24      $25.40    $52,840
Market Research Analysts                                                                           1,680          $20.68      $24.36    $50,670
Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health                                          970           $22.44      $24.04    $49,990
Urban and Regional Planners                                                                        1,030          $23.20      $23.97    $49,860
Agricultural and Food Scientists                                                                    110           $22.14      $23.06    $47,960
Conservation Scientists                                                                             140           $22.90      $23.05    $47,930
Chemists                                                                                            430           $20.88      $22.61    $47,030
Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists                                                     1,400          $20.78      $22.21    $46,200
Forensic Science Technicians                                                                        220           $20.88      $21.62    $44,980
Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health                                  110           $21.00      $21.60    $44,940
Anthropologists and Archeologists                                                                   150           $20.80      $21.44    $44,590
Chemical Technicians                                                                                460           $17.60      $21.07    $43,830
Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists                                                                  240           $20.74      $20.47    $42,580
Microbiologists                                                                                      90           $19.55      $20.40    $42,440
Foresters                                                                                           160           $20.49      $20.37    $42,370
Geological and Petroleum Technicians                                                                 50           $21.83      $20.14    $41,890
Biological Technicians                                                                              410           $13.25      $14.02    $29,150
Forest and Conservation Technicians                                                                 670           $12.52      $13.08    $27,210
Survey Researchers                                                                                  350            $9.38      $10.93    $22,720
Community and Social Services Occupations                                                          22,720         $13.96      $15.00    $31,200
Lawyers                                                                                            7,450          $41.45      $42.81    $89,040
Judges, Magistrate Judges, and Magistrates                                                          380           $33.45      $33.80    $70,310
Legal Occupations                                                                                  14,260         $26.96      $31.67    $65,880
Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, and Hearing Officers                                       360           $21.42      $25.34    $52,710
Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators                                                             80           $18.29      $23.30    $48,470
Court Reporters                                                                                     190           $22.07      $20.80    $43,270
Paralegals and Legal Assistants                                                                    3,390          $17.54      $19.93    $41,450
Health Educators                                                                                    520           $15.61      $18.04    $37,530
Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors                                                     3,390          $17.21      $17.90    $37,220
Medical and Public Health Social Workers                                                            860           $17.04      $17.80    $37,020
Clergy                                                                                              310           $16.47      $17.34    $36,070
Directors, Religious Activities and Education                                                       130           $16.02      $16.77    $34,880
Marriage and Family Therapists                                                                      410           $15.91      $15.88    $33,040
Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists                                          2,310          $15.53      $15.63    $32,510
Mental Health Counselors                                                                           1,740          $13.70      $15.33    $31,880
Jobs That Pay More than $10 Per Hour                                                                                               53
Average Wages by Occupation for Arizona - 2001
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor.



                                                                                                                  Median      Mean       Mean
Occupation Title                                                                               Employment
                                                                                                                  Hourly      Hourly    Annual
Community and Social Services Occupations (continued)                                              22,720         $13.96      $15.00    $31,200
Child, Family, and School Social Workers                                                           4,870          $14.13      $15.18    $31,580
Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers                                                         730           $13.04      $14.35    $29,840
Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors                                                  960           $11.55      $13.22    $27,500
Rehabilitation Counselors                                                                          1,340          $11.73      $12.76    $26,540
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers                                                   1,760          $11.28      $12.36    $25,700
Social and Human Service Assistants                                                                3,270          $11.17      $11.80    $24,550
Education, Training, and Library Occupations                                                      124,140         $15.06      $16.34    $33,980
Archivists, Curators, and Museum Technicians                                                        630           $18.29      $21.45    $44,610
Audio-Visual Collections Specialists                                                                340           $20.79      $21.07    $43,830
Librarians                                                                                         2,330          $18.87      $19.91    $41,420
Instructional Coordinators                                                                         2,480          $17.93      $19.57    $40,710
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers                                                                 2,140          $13.67      $16.15    $33,590
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary                                                       2,540          $14.99      $15.65    $32,550
Adult Literacy, Remedial Education, and Geed Teachers and Instructors                               680           $13.98      $14.69    $30,560
Library Technicians                                                                                1,730          $10.67      $11.84    $24,640
Business Teachers, Postsecondary                                                                   1,650            *           *       $43,240
Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary                                                           1,670            *           *       $42,860
Agricultural Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary                                                       380             *           *       $51,460
Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary                                                          680             *           *       $39,700
Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary                                                                   990             *           *       $37,980
Economics Teachers, Postsecondary                                                                   680             *           *       $56,450
Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary                                                         1,300            *           *       $46,210
Nursing Instructors and Teachers, Postsecondary                                                     670             *           *       $51,900
Art, Drama, and Music Teachers, Postsecondary                                                      1,260            *           *       $44,750
English Language and Literature Teachers, Postsecondary                                            1,540            *           *       $41,010
History Teachers, Postsecondary                                                                      **             *           *       $42,020
Home Economics Teachers, Postsecondary                                                               80             *           *       $35,940
Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education                                                    3,420            *           *       $36,510
Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education                                               24,960           *           *       $35,880
Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education                                    7,850            *           *       $39,110
Vocational Education Teachers, Middle School                                                        160             *           *       $34,740
Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education                                 14,050           *           *       $39,960
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School                                                    1,040            *           *       $35,840
Special Education Teachers, Preschool, Kindergarten, and Elementary School                         3,670            *           *       $35,350
Special Education Teachers, Middle School                                                           830             *           *       $33,490
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School                                                       1,590            *           *       $40,410
Teacher Assistants                                                                                 20,470           *           *       $17,620
Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations                                         22,970         $15.08      $17.51    $36,420
Art Directors                                                                                       210           $24.59      $26.36    $54,820
Writers and Authors                                                                                 460           $19.64      $23.98    $49,870
Technical Writers                                                                                  1,160          $21.23      $22.29    $46,360
Commercial and Industrial Designers                                                                 460           $21.14      $21.97    $45,690
Editors                                                                                            1,190          $20.37      $21.95    $45,650
Interior Designers                                                                                  460           $18.27      $21.32    $44,340
News Analysts, Reporters and Correspondents                                                         830           $20.38      $20.82    $43,300
Jobs That Pay More than $10 Per Hour                                                                                               54
Average Wages by Occupation for Arizona - 2001
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor.



                                                                                                                  Median      Mean        Mean
Occupation Title                                                                               Employment
                                                                                                                  Hourly      Hourly     Annual
Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations (contd.)                                22,970         $15.08      $17.51     $36,420
Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors, and Illustrators                                       260           $18.64      $20.44     $42,520
Public Relations Specialists                                                                       1,590          $17.66      $19.11     $39,740
Fashion Designers                                                                                    40           $15.73      $18.20     $37,850
Graphic Designers                                                                                  2,830          $16.95      $17.97     $37,370
Film and Video Editors                                                                              140           $16.39      $17.46     $36,310
Sound Engineering Technicians                                                                        90           $13.56      $16.98     $35,320
Announcers                                                                                          670           $12.02      $16.51     $34,330
Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Motion Picture                                             250           $13.08      $16.00     $33,270
Choreographers                                                                                      230           $13.65      $14.65     $30,470
Set and Exhibit Designers                                                                           180           $12.92      $13.61     $28,310
Broadcast Technicians                                                                               460           $10.12      $13.32     $27,700
Photographers                                                                                      1,180          $11.46      $13.29     $27,640
Audio and Video Equipment Technicians                                                               560           $10.67      $12.92     $26,880
Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers                                                         1,340           $8.95      $10.21     $21,230
Actors                                                                                               **              *          *        $42,630
Producers and Directors                                                                             640              *          *        $56,120
Athletes and Sports Competitors                                                                     230              *          *       $103,180
Coaches and Scouts                                                                                  790              *          *        $33,880
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations                                                 90,840         $20.24      $24.35     $50,640
Obstetricians and Gynecologists                                                                      **              *        $69.84    $145,280
Surgeons                                                                                            210              *        $68.76    $143,030
Dentists                                                                                           2,370             *        $64.98    $135,150
Internists, General                                                                                  **              *        $64.70    $134,570
Psychiatrists                                                                                       180              *        $61.98    $128,920
Family and General Practitioners                                                                   2,100          $67.90      $58.72    $122,140
Pediatricians, General                                                                              170           $53.11      $54.81    $114,010
Podiatrists                                                                                         100           $55.25      $50.90    $105,860
Optometrists                                                                                        250           $47.59      $41.99     $87,340
Pharmacists                                                                                        2,920          $37.28      $35.57     $73,990
Dental Hygienists                                                                                  2,900          $33.01      $30.54     $63,520
Veterinarians                                                                                       890           $26.77      $29.74     $61,860
Physical Therapists                                                                                2,140          $27.44      $28.25     $58,750
Physician Assistants                                                                               1,910          $26.82      $27.89     $58,010
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers                                                                      **           $25.46      $26.55     $55,220
Occupational Therapists                                                                            1,000          $24.92      $25.27     $52,560
Registered Nurses                                                                                  30,070         $22.23      $22.83     $47,480
Nuclear Medicine Technologists                                                                      130           $22.89      $22.58     $46,970
Speech-Language Pathologists                                                                       1,260          $20.92      $21.77     $45,280
Radiation Therapists                                                                                200           $21.06      $20.89     $43,450
Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists                                                      2,330          $20.45      $20.76     $43,190
Occupational Health and Safety Specialists and Technicians                                          430           $19.32      $20.27     $42,150
Audiologists                                                                                        140           $18.94      $19.97     $41,530
Dietitians and Nutritionists                                                                        740           $18.82      $19.38     $40,310
Radiologic Technologists and Technicians                                                           3,090          $18.00      $17.96     $37,360
Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians                                                        390           $16.83      $17.46     $36,320
Respiratory Therapists                                                                             1,170          $16.40      $17.18     $35,740
Jobs That Pay More than $10 Per Hour                                                                                               55
Average Wages by Occupation for Arizona - 2001
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor.



                                                                                                                  Median      Mean       Mean
Occupation Title                                                                               Employment
                                                                                                                  Hourly      Hourly    Annual
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations (continued)                                     90,840         $20.24      $24.35    $50,640
Surgical Technologists                                                                             1,040          $14.60      $15.68    $32,620
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses                                                  10,140         $15.42      $15.30    $31,820
Respiratory Therapy Technicians                                                                     430           $13.68      $13.89    $28,880
Recreational Therapists                                                                             320           $14.11      $13.76    $28,630
Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians                                                        3,810          $12.25      $12.65    $26,310
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians                                                 2,670          $10.86      $12.04    $25,040
Opticians, Dispensing                                                                              1,030          $11.29      $11.80    $24,540
Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics                                                       1,810           $9.48      $11.01    $22,890
Dietetic Technicians                                                                                770           $10.27      $10.95    $22,770
Veterinary Technologists and Technicians                                                           1,560          $10.41      $10.94    $22,760
Psychiatric Technicians                                                                             490           $10.75      $10.70    $22,250
Pharmacy Technicians                                                                               2,730          $10.17      $10.43    $21,700
Athletic Trainers                                                                                   190              *           *      $37,780
Healthcare Support Occupations                                                                     52,030          $9.63      $10.11    $21,030
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Police and Detectives                                           2,870          $30.47      $29.60    $61,570
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers                            1,580          $28.62      $27.53    $57,260
Detectives and Criminal Investigators                                                              1,670          $20.33      $22.16    $46,090
Fire Inspectors and Investigators                                                                   510           $20.39      $22.09    $45,950
Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers                                                               13,890         $20.15      $20.23    $42,080
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Correctional Officers                                           1,170          $17.19      $18.81    $39,130
Fish and Game Wardens                                                                               320           $18.84      $18.48    $38,440
Massage Therapists                                                                                  540           $17.45      $17.30    $35,980
Private Detectives and Investigators                                                                430           $14.38      $16.52    $34,360
Parking Enforcement Workers                                                                         350           $16.18      $16.49    $34,310
Occupational Therapist Assistants                                                                   250           $16.19      $16.11    $33,520
Fire Fighters                                                                                      6,140          $15.32      $15.69    $32,630
Protective Service Occupations                                                                     66,470         $13.99      $15.25    $31,720
Bailiffs                                                                                            220           $15.16      $14.96    $31,120
Physical Therapist Assistants                                                                      1,130          $13.84      $13.88    $28,860
Correctional Officers and Jailers                                                                  9,430          $13.68      $13.83    $28,770
Medical Transcriptionists                                                                          1,070          $13.35      $13.63    $28,350
Occupational Therapist Aides                                                                        120           $11.07      $13.31    $27,680
Gaming Surveillance Officers and Gaming Investigators                                               130           $11.72      $12.68    $26,370
Animal Control Workers                                                                              290           $11.81      $11.82    $24,590
Medical Equipment Preparers                                                                         510           $11.07      $11.62    $24,160
Medical Assistants                                                                                 9,970          $10.53      $10.95    $22,780
Dental Assistants                                                                                  5,130          $10.98      $10.84    $22,550
Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations                                                  187,570          $6.64       $7.41    $15,410
Chefs and Head Cooks                                                                               1,430          $16.62      $16.84    $35,020
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Food Preparation and Serving Workers                            11,550         $10.94      $11.39    $23,690
Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations                                          80,540          $7.94       $8.87    $18,440
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and Groundskeeping W                 2,950          $12.91      $14.11    $29,350
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers                             3,600          $12.26      $13.41    $27,890
Pest Control Workers                                                                               2,230          $11.07      $12.64    $26,300
Tree Trimmers and Pruners                                                                           160           $10.08      $10.51    $21,850
Jobs That Pay More than $10 Per Hour                                                                                               56
Average Wages by Occupation for Arizona - 2001
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor.



                                                                                                                  Median      Mean       Mean
Occupation Title                                                                               Employment
                                                                                                                  Hourly      Hourly    Annual
Personal Care and Service Occupations                                                              47,380          $8.18      $10.48    $21,800
Gaming Supervisors                                                                                  390           $18.21      $18.55    $38,590
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service Workers                                        1,520          $13.00      $14.60    $30,380
Embalmers                                                                                           130           $13.82      $14.56    $30,290
Skin Care Specialists                                                                               260            $9.57      $13.47    $28,020
Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors                                                          1,780          $10.26      $12.46    $25,920
Travel Guides                                                                                        60            $9.87      $11.84    $24,620
Residential Advisors                                                                                280           $11.37      $11.77    $24,480
Slot Key Persons                                                                                    460           $10.97      $11.55    $24,020
Recreation Workers                                                                                 4,830           $9.82      $11.38    $23,680
Animal Trainers                                                                                     150            $7.95      $10.91    $22,700
Barbers                                                                                             180            $9.93      $10.60    $22,050
Costume Attendants                                                                                   **            $9.94      $10.53    $21,900
Tour Guides and Escorts                                                                            1,050          $10.38      $10.48    $21,790
Personal and Home Care Aides                                                                       2,530           $8.63      $10.34    $21,500
Sales and Related Occupations                                                                     232,600         $10.20      $13.62    $28,340
Sales Engineers                                                                                    1,620           $28.71      $29.91   $62,210
Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents                                       4,090           $19.99      $26.49   $55,100
Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products              12,600          $22.38      $24.35   $50,640
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-Retail Sales Workers                                        6,830           $19.77      $23.19   $48,230
Insurance Sales Agents                                                                             3,320           $18.40      $20.57   $42,780
Real Estate Sales Agents                                                                           2,270           $13.15      $19.73   $41,030
Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific P              21,500          $17.07      $19.70   $40,980
Advertising Sales Agents                                                                           2,790           $15.37      $19.43   $40,420
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales Workers                                            20,680          $13.93      $15.94   $33,150
Parts Salespersons                                                                                 3,570           $12.30      $13.67   $28,440
Demonstrators and Product Promoters                                                                 860            $11.18      $13.32   $27,700
Telemarketers                                                                                      12,540           $8.74      $10.65   $22,150
Retail Salespersons                                                                                63,190           $8.43      $10.58   $22,000
Travel Agents                                                                                      2,490            $9.95      $10.56   $21,960
Door-To-Door Sales Workers, News and Street Vendors, and Related Workers                            100             $9.77      $10.53   $21,900
Models                                                                                              120             $9.93      $10.51   $21,860
Gaming Change Persons and Booth Cashiers                                                            620            $10.25      $10.27   $21,370
Counter and Rental Clerks                                                                          9,380            $8.59      $10.27   $21,350
Office and Administrative Support Occupations                                                     408,370          $11.45      $12.47   $25,930
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and Administrative Support Workers                       25,120          $18.21      $19.35   $40,260
Postal Service Clerks                                                                               960            $18.76      $18.33   $38,130
Postal Service Mail Carriers                                                                       5,370           $18.65      $18.22   $37,900
Desktop Publishers                                                                                  330            $17.21      $17.79   $37,000
Cargo and Freight Agents                                                                           2,080           $17.59      $17.66   $36,740
Legal Secretaries                                                                                  4,760           $17.56      $17.19   $35,750
Meter Readers, Utilities                                                                           2,050           $16.01      $16.11   $33,520
Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Processing Machine Operators                          2,780           $15.84      $15.63   $32,500
Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants                                                30,050          $14.39      $14.99   $31,180
Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks                                                      4,090           $13.74      $14.76   $30,710
Jobs That Pay More than $10 Per Hour                                                                                               57
Average Wages by Occupation for Arizona - 2001
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor.



                                                                                                                  Median      Mean       Mean
Occupation Title                                                                               Employment
                                                                                                                  Hourly      Hourly    Annual
Office and Administrative Support Occupations (continued)                                         408,370         $11.45      $12.47    $25,930
Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance                                                    3,400          $13.15      $14.22    $29,580
Brokerage Clerks                                                                                    880           $14.07      $14.13    $29,390
Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers                                                            2,270          $14.35      $14.10    $29,320
Loan Interviewers and Clerks                                                                       3,250          $13.41      $14.04    $29,210
Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks                                                        6,500          $13.06      $13.94    $28,990
New Accounts Clerks                                                                                1,550          $12.97      $13.54    $28,170
Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks                                                       29,010         $12.49      $13.40    $27,870
Procurement Clerks                                                                                 1,140          $13.35      $13.34    $27,750
Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping                                         3,570          $12.46      $13.28    $27,620
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs                                                      3,990          $12.75      $13.15    $27,350
Statistical Assistants                                                                              160           $12.01      $13.12    $27,280
Computer Operators                                                                                 3,330          $12.29      $12.96    $26,970
Telephone Operators                                                                                 650           $14.88      $12.86    $26,750
Court, Municipal, and License Clerks                                                               3,140          $11.98      $12.33    $25,650
Bill and Account Collectors                                                                        12,350         $11.83      $12.29    $25,550
Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                                                                     3,940          $12.00      $12.27    $25,530
Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and Clerks                                                           2,800          $11.28      $12.18    $25,320
Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators                                                   7,510          $11.56      $11.95    $24,860
Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive                                                  27,710         $11.44      $11.93    $24,810
Medical Secretaries                                                                                2,560          $11.53      $11.88    $24,700
Correspondence Clerks                                                                               270           $11.20      $11.87    $24,690
Customer Service Representatives                                                                   43,690         $10.86      $11.57    $24,060
Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks                                     5,110          $10.63      $11.51    $23,940
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping                                         1,060          $10.48      $11.28    $23,460
Word Processors and Typists                                                                        5,000          $10.52      $11.24    $23,370
Order Clerks                                                                                       5,380          $10.46      $11.13    $23,150
Data Entry Keyers                                                                                  8,520          $10.19      $10.61    $22,080
Gaming Cage Workers                                                                                 290           $10.16      $10.45    $21,730
Tellers                                                                                            7,530          $10.17      $10.43    $21,690
Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan                                                          3,220           $9.98      $10.32    $21,460
Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks                                                            12,220          $9.49      $10.23    $21,280
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service                                                 3,460           $9.99      $10.22    $21,250
Office Clerks, General                                                                             44,000          $9.48      $10.21    $21,240
Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                                                                     25,920          $8.94      $10.20    $21,220
Proofreaders and Copy Markers                                                                       540            $8.61      $10.08    $20,960
Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations                                                         14,930          $6.63       $7.61    $15,840
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers                           700           $14.23      $16.43    $34,170
Forest and Conservation Workers                                                                      **           $14.92      $14.13    $29,390
Logging Equipment Operators                                                                          80           $11.05      $12.38    $25,740
Agricultural Inspectors                                                                             290           $10.62      $12.04    $25,040
Construction and Extraction Occupations                                                           164,670         $13.72      $14.53    $30,220
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers                      13,490         $21.55      $22.63    $47,060
Mine Cutting and Channeling Machine Operators                                                       360           $20.89      $20.78    $43,220
Boilermakers                                                                                         **           $20.26      $20.46    $42,550
Jobs That Pay More than $10 Per Hour                                                                                               58
Average Wages by Occupation for Arizona - 2001
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor.



                                                                                                                  Median      Mean       Mean
Occupation Title                                                                               Employment
                                                                                                                  Hourly      Hourly    Annual
Construction and Extraction Occupations (continued)                                               164,670         $13.72      $14.53    $30,220
Construction and Building Inspectors                                                               2,150          $18.92      $19.55    $40,670
Continuous Mining Machine Operators                                                                 610           $19.03      $18.80    $39,110
Explosives Workers, Ordnance Handling Experts, and Blasters                                         100           $18.91      $18.70    $38,890
Electricians                                                                                       11,860         $17.64      $18.03    $37,500
Elevator Installers and Repairers                                                                    **           $15.63      $17.79    $36,990
Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters                                                            6,710          $16.63      $17.40    $36,200
Rail-Track Laying and Maintenance Equipment Operators                                               160           $16.12      $16.72    $34,780
Hazardous Materials Removal Workers                                                                  **           $15.18      $16.54    $34,400
Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators                                     8,520          $16.19      $16.48    $34,290
Paperhangers                                                                                         **           $18.38      $16.03    $33,340
Brickmasons and Blockmasons                                                                        2,680          $16.41      $15.86    $32,990
Structural Iron and Steel Workers                                                                   970           $15.64      $15.77    $32,790
Carpenters                                                                                         24,340         $14.94      $15.52    $32,280
Earth Drillers, Except Oil and Gas                                                                  380           $15.41      $15.33    $31,880
Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers                                                               6,960          $14.56      $14.76    $30,710
Plasterers and Stucco Masons                                                                       3,890          $13.97      $14.65    $30,470
Carpet Installers                                                                                   800           $13.58      $14.57    $30,310
Reinforcing Iron and Rebar Workers                                                                  830           $13.87      $14.52    $30,190
Tapers                                                                                             3,350          $14.81      $14.45    $30,060
Tile and Marble Setters                                                                            1,480          $14.01      $14.22    $29,570
Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment Operators                                                 1,180          $13.75      $13.73    $28,550
Sheet Metal Workers                                                                                4,010          $12.59      $13.72    $28,540
Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe Cleaners                                                       400           $12.02      $13.30    $27,660
Floor Layers, Except Carpet, Wood, and Hard Tiles                                                   200           $11.32      $13.28    $27,630
Pipelayers                                                                                         1,020          $12.99      $13.26    $27,580
Roofers                                                                                            2,990          $12.84      $13.25    $27,550
Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers                                                                5,590          $13.00      $13.17    $27,400
Terrazzo Workers and Finishers                                                                       **           $11.73      $12.93    $26,890
Stonemasons                                                                                         610           $12.38      $12.87    $26,780
Glaziers                                                                                            780           $12.35      $12.87    $26,770
Highway Maintenance Workers                                                                        2,320          $12.36      $12.70    $26,410
Rock Splitters, Quarry                                                                              260           $12.68      $12.63    $26,260
Insulation Workers                                                                                  590           $10.47      $12.50    $26,000
Painters, Construction and Maintenance                                                             5,620          $11.96      $12.39    $25,770
Helpers--Extraction Workers                                                                        1,860          $11.97      $12.11    $25,180
Segmental Pavers                                                                                     70           $12.83      $12.09    $25,150
Construction Laborers                                                                              19,720          $9.86      $10.46    $21,760
Fence Erectors                                                                                      710            $9.27      $10.40    $21,640
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations                                                  98,280         $15.13      $16.14    $33,570
Musical Instrument Repairers and Tuners                                                              **           $31.67      $30.00    $62,400
Medical Equipment Repairers                                                                         170           $20.73      $29.04    $60,410
Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Powerhouse, Substation, and Relay                             140           $26.07      $25.82    $53,710
Radio Mechanics                                                                                      **           $27.92      $23.79    $49,470
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers                            7,460          $21.87      $23.12    $48,080
Jobs That Pay More than $10 Per Hour                                                                                               59
Average Wages by Occupation for Arizona - 2001
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor.



                                                                                                                  Median      Mean       Mean
Occupation Title                                                                               Employment
                                                                                                                  Hourly      Hourly    Annual
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations (continued)                                      98,280         $15.13      $16.14    $33,570
Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers                                                      870           $22.43      $22.95    $47,730
Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers, Transportation Equipment                       240           $22.51      $22.29    $46,350
Avionics Technicians                                                                                550           $22.74      $21.61    $44,960
Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers, Except Line Installers                      5,930          $23.13      $21.35    $44,400
Control and Valve Installers and Repairers, Except Mechanical Door                                  740           $18.09      $19.85    $41,290
Millwrights                                                                                         750           $19.30      $19.55    $40,670
Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians                                                         3,400          $19.00      $19.38    $40,310
Maintenance Workers, Machinery                                                                     2,450          $18.25      $18.29    $38,040
Industrial Machinery Mechanics                                                                     1,250          $17.86      $18.28    $38,020
Automotive Body and Related Repairers                                                              2,550          $15.98      $18.24    $37,940
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines                                                   2,780          $17.28      $17.22    $35,810
Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists                                              4,100          $16.45      $16.76    $34,870
Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related Repairers                                                   150           $16.74      $16.58    $34,490
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers                              3,890          $16.18      $16.51    $34,330
Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Installers and Repairers                                    360           $15.87      $16.25    $33,800
Riggers                                                                                              **           $14.57      $15.95    $33,170
Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine Repairers                                           1,880          $14.25      $15.68    $32,620
Farm Equipment Mechanics                                                                             **           $15.36      $15.68    $32,610
Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics                                                       15,030         $13.95      $15.10    $31,410
Locksmiths and Safe Repairers                                                                       270           $14.83      $15.10    $31,400
Home Appliance Repairers                                                                            450           $14.56      $14.92    $31,040
Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers, Motor Vehicles                                        60           $15.27      $14.61    $30,390
Motorcycle Mechanics                                                                                230           $14.19      $14.49    $30,140
Recreational Vehicle Service Technicians                                                            630           $12.71      $14.40    $29,950
Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers                                                   3,370          $13.33      $14.38    $29,900
Camera and Photographic Equipment Repairers                                                          50           $12.94      $14.20    $29,530
Coin, Vending, and Amusement Machine Servicers and Repairers                                        420           $14.59      $13.87    $28,840
Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers                                                           **           $13.37      $13.75    $28,590
Manufactured Building and Mobile Home Installers                                                    290           $12.57      $13.03    $27,100
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General                                                            19,680         $11.98      $12.72    $26,450
Motorboat Mechanics                                                                                 130           $12.37      $12.54    $26,080
Outdoor Power Equipment and Other Small Engine Mechanics                                            260           $12.51      $12.51    $26,030
Watch Repairers                                                                                     130           $10.60      $11.84    $24,620
Automotive Glass Installers and Repairers                                                            **           $10.02      $11.72    $24,370
Production Occupations                                                                            132,090         $10.99      $12.62    $26,250
Power Distributors and Dispatchers                                                                  750           $30.41      $29.66    $61,680
Power Plant Operators                                                                              1,050          $26.30      $25.72    $53,500
Gas Plant Operators                                                                                  **           $24.93      $24.48    $50,920
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and Operating Workers                                9,490          $18.87      $20.51    $42,660
Tool and Die Makers                                                                                 740           $20.04      $19.85    $41,300
Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators                                                          1,120          $20.18      $19.83    $41,240
Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging, and Systems Assemblers                                       810           $19.43      $19.58    $40,730
Electromechanical Equipment Assemblers                                                             1,190          $18.58      $18.35    $38,170
Painters, Transportation Equipment                                                                  570           $14.97      $17.81    $37,040
Jobs That Pay More than $10 Per Hour                                                                                               60
Average Wages by Occupation for Arizona - 2001
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor.



                                                                                                                  Median      Mean       Mean
Occupation Title                                                                               Employment
                                                                                                                  Hourly      Hourly    Annual
Production Occupations (continued)                                                                132,090         $10.99      $12.62    $26,250
Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and System Operators                                        2,090          $16.47      $17.38    $36,160
Petroleum Pump System Operators, Refinery Operators, and Gaugers                                    100           $17.38      $16.76    $34,860
Numerical Tool and Process Control Programmers                                                      250           $17.64      $16.72    $34,780
Chemical Plant and System Operators                                                                  60           $15.17      $15.90    $33,070
Patternmakers, Metal and Plastic                                                                     **           $15.49      $15.38    $31,990
Machinists                                                                                         4,860          $15.43      $15.34    $31,910
Separating, Filtering, Clarifying, Precipitating, and Still Machine Setters                         860           $15.98      $15.27    $31,750
Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders                                      770           $14.16      $15.21    $31,630
Butchers and Meat Cutters                                                                          1,800          $15.65      $15.07    $31,340
Metal-Refining Furnace Operators and Tenders                                                         90           $14.87      $14.82    $30,830
Chemical Equipment Operators and Tenders                                                            250           $15.02      $14.82    $30,820
Prepress Technicians and Workers                                                                   1,050          $13.89      $14.60    $30,370
Tool Grinders, Filers, and Sharpeners                                                               300           $13.89      $14.52    $30,190
Printing Machine Operators                                                                         2,810          $14.63      $14.51    $30,180
Patternmakers, Wood                                                                                  40           $12.50      $14.37    $29,880
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators, Metal and Plastic                                      1,680          $14.05      $14.36    $29,860
Milling and Planing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                      480           $13.68      $14.09    $29,310
Jewelers and Precious Stone and Metal Workers                                                       240           $13.37      $14.09    $29,300
Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters                                                           1,070          $13.49      $13.92    $28,950
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers                                               7,090          $12.40      $13.47    $28,030
Dental Laboratory Technicians                                                                       570           $12.62      $13.40    $27,880
Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders                             500           $12.37      $13.37    $27,810
Semiconductor Processors                                                                           2,600          $13.35      $13.25    $27,560
Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders                          1,120          $12.66      $13.23    $27,510
Pourers and Casters, Metal                                                                          140           $13.15      $13.17    $27,390
Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                            310           $12.70      $12.98    $26,990
Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers                                                        450           $13.96      $12.85    $26,720
Forging Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                  350           $11.67      $12.81    $26,640
Tailors, Dressmakers, and Custom Sewers                                                             420           $11.63      $12.81    $26,650
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers                                                           4,840          $11.74      $12.79    $26,610
Coil Winders, Tapers, and Finishers                                                                 550           $12.84      $12.75    $26,530
Lay-Out Workers, Metal and Plastic                                                                  170           $11.60      $12.58    $26,160
Job Printers                                                                                        780           $11.72      $12.56    $26,130
Foundry Mold and Coremakers                                                                         190           $11.38      $12.37    $25,720
Etchers and Engravers                                                                               200           $10.62      $12.35    $25,690
Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders                                         670           $11.92      $12.32    $25,620
Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and Compacting Machine Setters                                        750           $10.67      $12.32    $25,630
Bookbinders                                                                                          40           $11.79      $11.96    $24,870
Heat Treating Equipment Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                           **           $10.90      $11.92    $24,800
Photographic Process Workers                                                                        250           $11.92      $11.77    $24,480
Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                   1,230          $10.87      $11.52    $23,950
Furniture Finishers                                                                                 510           $10.64      $11.51    $23,950
Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers                                                     4,520          $10.26      $11.50    $23,920
Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders                                                 470           $11.02      $11.47    $23,860
Jobs That Pay More than $10 Per Hour                                                                                               61
Average Wages by Occupation for Arizona - 2001
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor.



                                                                                                                  Median      Mean       Mean
Occupation Title                                                                               Employment
                                                                                                                  Hourly      Hourly    Annual
Production Occupations (continued)                                                                132,090         $10.99      $12.62    $26,250
Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians                                                                   200           $10.86      $11.42    $23,750
Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters                                                                 1,680          $10.57      $11.40    $23,710
Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, and Kettle Operators and Tenders                                        160           $10.19      $11.25    $23,410
Molding, Coremaking, and Casting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders                           1,020           $9.98      $11.14    $23,160
Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Buffing Machine Tool Setters, Operators                          1,080          $10.51      $10.94    $22,760
Food Batchmakers                                                                                    680           $11.34      $10.92    $22,710
Molders, Shapers, and Casters, Except Metal and Plastic                                            1,020          $10.10      $10.88    $22,630
Upholsterers                                                                                        330           $10.47      $10.83    $22,530
Bakers                                                                                             2,710          $11.30      $10.79    $22,450
Plating and Coating Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                      780            $9.79      $10.67    $22,190
Engine and Other Machine Assemblers                                                                 340            $9.70      $10.41    $21,660
Bindery Workers                                                                                     870            $9.64      $10.41    $21,660
Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders                             980           $10.09      $10.35    $21,520
Cementing and Gluing Machine Operators and Tenders                                                   90           $10.26      $10.30    $21,430
Extruding and Forming Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders                                        30            $9.71      $10.29    $21,400
Rolling Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                                  340            $9.87      $10.15    $21,120
Team Assemblers                                                                                    20,370          $9.57      $10.11    $21,020
Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters, Operators                                            2,380           $9.73      $10.10    $21,020
Transportation and Material Moving Occupations                                                    142,920         $10.29      $12.51    $26,020
Commercial Pilots                                                                                   430              *          *       $49,040
Air Traffic Controllers                                                                             350           $37.56      $37.37    $77,740
Transportation Inspectors                                                                           410           $21.47      $23.31    $48,480
Traffic Technicians                                                                                 260           $20.08      $21.39    $44,490
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Transp. and Material-Moving Machine Ops.                        3,840          $17.93      $19.62    $40,810
Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operators                                               650           $18.20      $18.56    $38,600
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers                          2,340          $16.15      $17.54    $36,480
Crane and Tower Operators                                                                           380           $16.40      $16.83    $35,010
Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors                                                                 120           $13.92      $16.33    $33,970
Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer                                                           22,810         $14.99      $15.77    $32,810
Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels                                                         **           $13.58      $15.65    $32,560
Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors                                                          1,950          $14.74      $14.69    $30,560
Conveyor Operators and Tenders                                                                      910           $15.12      $14.59    $30,350
Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity                                                                 3,250          $12.34      $14.42    $29,990
Hoist and Winch Operators                                                                            30           $13.35      $14.41    $29,960
Truck Drivers, Light Or Delivery Services                                                          14,940         $10.85      $12.38    $25,760
Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators                                                             6,490          $11.27      $11.90    $24,750
Loading Machine Operators, Underground Mining                                                        70            $9.59      $11.50    $23,920
National Average Earnings by Educational Attainment                                                                                62
For persons 18 years old and over with earnings.
Earnings for prior year. Based on Current Population Survey 1998.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Reports, P20-513.
                                            High    Some
                               Not a high school college,
Characteristic          Total   school    graduate but no Associate's Bachelor's                     Master's
                       persons graduate     only   degree  degree      degree                        degree Professional Doctorate
All persons            $29,514     $16,124     $22,895    $24,804       $29,872        $40,478         $51,183       $95,148          $77,445
Age:
18 to 24 years old     $11,264     $7,737      $12,001     $9,813       $15,931        $19,444         $23,007       $14,045          $4,158
25 to 34 years old     $26,462     $16,262     $21,637    $23,489       $25,978        $35,027         $40,798       $58,079          $47,779
35 to 44 years old     $34,081     $18,532     $26,235    $30,353       $32,429        $45,298         $53,594      $103,418          $77,982
45 to 54 years old     $37,242     $20,800     $26,925    $35,090       $34,606        $46,773         $56,922      $115,697          $86,237
55 to 64 years old     $35,924     $21,096     $26,202    $26,392       $32,063        $45,129         $53,547      $145,699          $79,931
65 years old +         $21,588     $13,482     $13,734    $21,880       $33,313        $29,958         $26,154       $54,246          $65,543
Sex:
  Male                 $36,556     $19,575     $28,307    $31,268       $36,392        $50,056         $63,220      $109,206          $87,426
  Female               $21,528     $10,725     $16,906    $18,104       $24,009        $30,119         $38,337      $62,113           $51,189
White:                 $30,515     $16,596     $23,618    $25,442       $30,509        $41,439         $52,475      $97,487           $79,947
 Male                  $37,933     $20,071     $29,298    $32,294       $37,362        $51,678         $65,421      $110,997          $89,110
 Female                $21,799     $10,700     $17,166    $18,083       $24,059        $30,041         $38,428      $63,450           $54,587
Black:                 $21,909     $13,185     $18,980    $22,105       $25,527        $32,062         $40,610       $51,004               **
   Male                $25,080     $15,423     $22,440    $26,743       $29,099        $35,792         $46,729         **                  **
   Female              $19,161     $10,607     $15,789    $18,346       $23,416        $29,091         $37,425         **                  **
Hispanic:              $20,766     $15,069     $19,558    $20,825       $25,478        $33,465         $46,556            **               **
  Male                 $23,520     $17,447     $22,253    $24,807       $29,627        $37,963         $54,790            **               **
  Female               $16,781     $10,503     $15,747    $16,258       $21,705        $29,173         $35,425            **               **
                                                                          **Base figure too small to meet statistical standards for reliability.

                           Average Earnings by Educational Attainment
                                 (For all persons 18 years old and over with earnings)
  $100,000
                                                                                                               $95,148

                                                                                                                                 $77,445
   $80,000


   $60,000                                                                                    $51,183
                                                                             $40,478
   $40,000                                                   $29,872
                                 $22,895      $24,804
                 $16,124
   $20,000


        $0
              Not a high     High school Some college,    Associate's     Bachelor's        Master's       Professional        Doctorate
                school      graduate only but no degree    degree          degree           degree
               graduate
                            Section 6

  PUBLIC SCHOOL DATA




3000 North Dysart Road              s   A v o n d a l e , A r i z o n a 8 5 3 2 3- 1 0 0 0       s   ( 6 2 3 ) 9 3 5- 8 0 0 0
   A    M   a   r   i   c   o   p       a    C    o   m   m    u   n   i   t   y     C       o       l   l   e   g   e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            63
EMCC Service Area High Schools (2002-2003)
Enrollment by Ethnicity Includes Public and Charter High Schools
Source: Phone Survey Conducted by the EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness in March 2003 Also used The Great Schools
web site (http://www.greatschools.net/)

Public School Data - Enrollment by Ethnicity




                                                                                                                                                Millennium High
                                                                                                         Estrella Foothills
                                 Agua Fria Union




                                                                                                                              Gila Bend Union




                                                                                                                                                                                   Trevor Browne
                                                            Buckeye Union




                                                                                                                                                                  Tolleson High




                                                                                                                                                                                                               Wickenburg
                                                                                   Dysart High
                                 High School


                                                            High School




                                                                                                         High School


                                                                                                                              High School




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 All Schools
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Westview
                                                                                   School




                                                                                                                                                School


                                                                                                                                                                  School
Ethnicity
Asian/Pacific Islander             40                         5                      31                      14                   0               70                42              54               79         2             337
Black                             131                         35                    143                      3                    3              107               185             269              243         2            1,121
Hispanic                          661                        415                    679                      40                   83             431              1,318           1,777             952        109           6,464
American Indian                    22                         20                     18                      1                    39              17                50              54               38         9             269
White                             603                        560                    563                      97                   26             904               506             539             1,097       431           5,325
Other                              0                          0                      0                       0                    0               6                 0               0                0          0              6
Total                            1,457                      1,035                  1,434                    143                  150            1,535             2,098           2,693            2,409       553           13,507
%
Asian                               3%                        0%                     2%                    10%                   0%                5%               2%             2%               3%          0%                2%
Black                               9%                        3%                    10%                     2%                   2%                7%               9%            10%              10%          0%                8%
Hispanic                           45%                       40%                    47%                    28%                  55%               28%              63%            66%              40%         20%               48%
American Indian                     2%                        2%                     1%                     1%                  26%                1%               2%             2%               2%          2%                2%
White                              41%                       54%                    39%                    68%                  17%               59%              24%            20%              46%         78%               39%
Other                               0%                        0%                     0%                     0%                   0%                0%               0%             0%               0%          0%                0%

Charter High School Data - Enrollment by Ethnicity
                                     Estrella High School




                                                                                     Precision Academy
                                                               PPEP TEC - 'Lito'




                                                                                                             James Sandoval


                                                                                                                                  All Schools




Ethnicity
Asian                                1                          0                     0                      0                    1
Black                                57                         2                     8                      8                    75
Hispanic                            327                         7                     71                     89                  494
American Indian                      12                         0                     3                      5                    20
White                               162                         11                    8                      25                  207
Other                                0                          0                     0                      0                    0
Total                               559                         20                    90                    127                  796
%
Asian                             0.2%                                0%                    0%                     0%           0%
Black                            10.2%                               10%                    9%                     6%           9%
Hispanic                         58.5%                               35%                   79%                    70%          62%
American Indian                   2.1%                                0%                    3%                     4%           2%
White                            29.0%                               55%                    9%                    20%          26%
Other                             0.0%                                0%                    0%                     0%           0%
                                                                                                                                                  64
EMCC Service Area Public High Schools (2002-2003)
Enrollment by Ethnicity
Source: Phone Survey Conducted by the EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness in March 2003 Also used The Great Schools
web site (http://www.greatschools.net/)

                        EMCC Service Area Public High Schools Ethnicity Breakout



                                                               Other      Asian
                                                                0%         2%
                                                                                      Black
                                                                                       8%



                                          White
                                          39%




                                                                                              Hispanic
                                American Indian                                                49%
                                     2%



                                    EMCC Service Area Public High School Enrollment

                     Trevor Browne                                                                                                        2,693

                           Westview                                                                                           2,409

             Tolleson High School                                                                                  2,098

                           Estrella
         Millennium High School                    143                                         1,535
                           Gila Ben                150
                           Wickenb
   Agua Fria Union High School                     553                                      1,457
                           Buckeye                1035
             Dysart High School H
                           Dysart                 1434                                     1,434
                           Agua Fr                1457
    Buckeye Union High School
                           Millenni               1535                       1,035
                           Tolleson               2098
                    Wickenburg
                           Westview               2409         553
                           Trevor B               2693
   Gila Bend Union High School                150

   Estrella Foothills High School             143

                                          0              500           1,000             1,500             2,000             2,500                3,000
                                                                                                                                          65
EMCC Service Area Charter High Schools (2002-2003)
Enrollment by Ethnicity
Source: Phone Survey Conducted by the EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness in March 2003 Also used The Great Schools
web site (http://www.greatschools.net/)


                       EMCC Service Area Charter High Schools Ethnicity Breakout


                                                               Other       Asian
                                                                0%          0%           Black
                                                                                          9%
                                               White
                                               26%




                           American Indian
                                2%




                                                                                              Hispanic
                                                                                               63%


                               EMCC Service Area Charter High School Enrollment


            Estrella High School                                                                                                          559

                             Lito                   20
                             Precision              90
                             James Sa              127
                   James Sandoval
                             Estrella H            559         127




   Precision Academy Systems                             90




                                  Lito        20


                                          0              100              200               300               400                500            600
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              66
EMCC Service Area High Schools
Vocational Education Program Enrollments 2002 - 2003
Source: Arizona Department of Education, Vocational Education Division, 2003.




                                                                                                                                                         Estrella Foothills High School
                            Agua Fria Union High School




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Trevor Browne High School
                                                               Buckeye Union High School




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Tolleson Union High School
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    La Joya Community High
                                                                                                   Desert Edge High School




                                                                                                                                                                                            Gila Bend High School




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Millenum High School




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Westview High School
                                                                                                                                 Dysart High School
     Program Title




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Grand Total
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    School
Agriculture                                                    124                                                                                                                            47                                             281                    49                                                                                 501
Business                    722                                 72                                 120                            61                                                          58                                             441                    428                           582                         258                     2,742
Family & Consumer                                               66                                                                88                                                          57                         144                 219                    116                                                       337                     1,027
Health Occupation                                               32                                                                19                                                                                                                                                                                                                    51
Marketing                                                       73                                                               157                                                                                                                                                               144                          24                     398
Trade and Industry                                             333                                                               119                                                                                                          285                    331                           242                         740                    2,050
Information Technology      140                               1,046                                                              720                     201                                110                        953                    685                   1,606                         1,206                       1,751                   8,418
Total Enrollment            862                               1,746                                120                          1,164                    201                                272                       1,097                  1,911                  2,530                         2,174                       3,110                  15,187


                                               EMCC Service Area High Schools
                                          Vocational Education Program Enrollments
                         2002 - 202000 - 2001999 - 2000 (1999 - 2003)
Health Occupations        51                                     47                                         59
   Information Technology
Agriculture              501                                    464                                        370
Marketing                398                                    516                                        535
Family & Consumer       1027                                   1352                                        803
Trade & Industry   Business
                        2050                                   1810                                       1332
Business                2742                                   2706                                       2085                                                                                  1999 - 2000
Information Technology 8418                                    6185                                       4437
Total      Trade & Industry
                       15187                                  13080                                       9621                                                                                  2000 - 2001
                                                                                                                                                                                                2002 - 2003
       Family & Consumer


                     Marketing


                  Agriculture


        Health Occupations

                                                          0                                1,000                             2,000                    3,000                               4,000                            5,000                    6,000            7,000                              8,000                        9,000
EMCC Service Area Vocational Education                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              67
Program Enrollment 2002 - 2003
Source: Arizona Department of Education, Vocational Education Division, 2003.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Trevor Browne High School
                                                              Buckeye Union High School




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Tolleson Union High School
                                                                                                                                                                                           La Joya Community High
                                                                                          Desert Edge High School




                                                                                                                                                                   Gila Bend High School
                                                                                                                                         Estrella Foothills High




                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Millenum High School
                                       Agua Fria Union High




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Westview High School
                                                                                                                    Dysart High School
Program
                Course Name
  Area




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Grand Total
                                       School




                                                                                                                                         School




                                                                                                                                                                                           School
AG         Agriscience Ag Mech                                  85                                                                                                   33                                              34                                                                                                     152
           Agriscience Bus Mgmt                                                                                                                                                                                      20                       21                                                                             41
           Agriscience DCE                                      6                                                                                                                                                    4                                                                                                       10
           Agriscience I                                        33                                                                                                   14                                             140                       28                                                                            215
           Agriscience II                                                                                                                                                                                            83                                                                                                      83
AG Total                                                      124                                                                                                    47                                             281                       49                                                                            501
BE       Accounting                         40                                                                                                                                                                       37                                                  66                           5                     148
         Admin Services                    324                  45                        120                         30                                             32                                             288                    134                          433                           98                   1,504
         Admin Support COOP                 44                                                                                                                                                                                                                           83                                                 127
         Admin Support DCE                                      7                                                                                                                                                     57                                                                              11                     75
         Admin Support Sys                 314                  20                                                                                                   26                                               59                   262                                                        98                    779
         Bus Info Tech Svcs                                                                                           21                                                                                                                    32                                                        46                     99
         Network Technology                                                                                           10                                                                                                                                                                                                     10
BE Total                                   722                  72                        120                         61                                             58                                             441                    428                          582                         258                    2,742
FC       App Des/Merch Applic                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        53                      53
         App Des/Merch Fund                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          64                      64
         Early Child Pro Appl                                   26                                                    22                                                                                             41                       14                                                     41                     144
         Early Child Pro DCE                                    4                                                                                                                                                    4                                                                                                       8
         Early Child Pro Fund                                                                                         66                                                                                             97                       22                                                      57                    242
         Food Prod/Cul Appl                                                                                                                                          42                                              8                                                                                                       50
         Food Prod/Cul DCE                                      3                                                                                                                                                    27                                                                              11                      41
         Food Production Prin                                   33                                                                                                   15                        144                   42                     80                                                      111                     425
FC Total                                                        66                                                    88                                             57                        144                  219                    116                                                      337                    1,027
HO       Nursing Related Svcs                                   20                                                    10                                                                                                                                                                                                     30
         Nursing Service Appl                                                                                         9                                                                                                                                                                                                      9
         Nursing Service DCE                                    12                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           12
HO Total                                                        32                                                   19                                                                                                                                                                                                      51
ME       Mkt Entrepreneurship                                                                                       119                                                                                                                                                                                                     119
         Retailing                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        7                                                  7
         Sales & Marketing                                      64                                                    38                                                                                                                                                  79                          15                    196
         Sales & Mkt Applic                                     4                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            4
         Sales & Mkt COOP                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 58                                                 58
         Sales & Mkt DCE                                        5                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     9                      14
ME Total                                                        73                                                  157                                                                                                                                                 144                           24                    398

Program Area Definitions
AG      Agricultural Science
BE      Business
FC      Family and Consumer
HO      Health Occupation
TI      Trade and Industry
IT      Information Technology
EMCC Service Area Vocational Education                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                68
Program Enrollment 2002 - 2003
Source: Arizona Department of Education, Vocational Education Division, 2003.




                                                                                                                                                  Estrella Foothills High School
                                        Agua Fria Union High School




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Trevor Browne High School
                                                                       Buckeye Union High School




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Tolleson Union High School
                                                                                                                                                                                                           La Joya Community High
                                                                                                   Desert Edge High School




                                                                                                                                                                                   Gila Bend High School




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Millenum High School




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Westview High School
                                                                                                                             Dysart High School
Program
                Course Name
  Area




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Grand Total
                                                                                                                                                                                                           School
TI         Adv Electronic Tech                                                                                                                                                                                                        31                                                                                 53                     84
           Automotive Technolog                                                                                                12                                                                                                                              59                           32                                                 103
           Bldg Trades Applic                                                                                                                                                                                                         12                                                                                                        12
           Bldg Trades Fund                                                                                                    10                                                                                                     35                                                                                                        45
           Cabinetmaking Adv                                                                                                   12                                                                                                                              1                                                                                13
           Cabinetmaking Fund                                                                                                  14                                                                                                                              32                                                                               46
           Draft Tech Adv Appli                                          20                                                                                                                                                           4                        14                                                      12                       50
           Draft Tech Concepts                                           31                                                    19                                                                                                     51                       40                           37                        172                      350
           Drafting DCE                                                  6                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      6
           Elec Electronic Fund                                                                                                                                                                                                     152                                                                                82                      234
           Finish Carpentry                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            54                       54
           Framing Carpentry                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          146                      146
           Machining Tech Advan                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     6                                                  34                       40
           Precision Metal DCE                                         8                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               4                        12
           Precision Metal Fund                                       108                                                                                                                                                                                      34                                                     151                      293
           Sheet Metal Adv Appl                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        32                       32
           Vehicle/Mobile DCE                                          8                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        8
           Vehicle/Mobile Fund                                         93                                                      52                                                                                                                          145                           173                                                   463
           Welding Advan Applic                                        59                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       59
TI Total                                                              333                                                    119                                                                                                    285                    331                           242                          740                     2,050
IT       Appl Biolog - Health                                          76                                                     37                                                                                                                                                                                                               113
         Appl Biolog Food Sci                                         119                                                                            94                                                        128                  218                    252                                                        258                     1,069
         Appl Biolog Sys - Ag                                         180                                                                                                            33                                              89                    158                                                                                 460
         Business Mgmt Tech             140                           303                                                     48                     94                              36                        519                  116                    792                           1,179                        1,172                   4,399
         Human Services Tech                                           62                                                     14                                                     41                                             128                     72                                                         111                     428
         Industrial Tech                                              306                                                    141                     13                                                        306                   72                    332                              27                         105                    1,302
         Information Tech                                                                                                     18                                                                                                     62                                                                                105                     185
         Technological Found                                                                                                 462                                                                                                                                                                                                               462
IT Total                                140                           1,046                                                  720                  201                              110                         953                  685                    1,606                         1,206                        1,751                   8,418
           Total Enrollment             862 1,746 120 1,164                                                                                       201                              272                     1,097 1,911 2,530 2,174 3,110 15,187

Program Area Definitions
AG      Agricultural Science
BE      Business
FC      Family and Consumer
HO      Health Occupation
TI      Trade and Industry
IT      Information Technology
                                                                                                                   69
EMCC Fall 45th Day Enrollment by
Recent High School Graduates
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from the Maricopa Institutional Research
Data Warehouse using the Student Section & Section tables on 12/05/2002.


                                  Fall      Fall     Fall       Fall     Fall       Fall    Fall      Fall     Fall       Fall
High School
                                  1993      1994     1995       1996     1997       1998    1999      2000     2001       2002
Agua Fria Union                     43       33        37        52           62      38      58       61        28        32
Buckeye Union                       26       21        25        26           27      36      39       39        22        40
Dysart                              12       5         6         16           10      10      12       13        8         11
Gila Bend                           1        1         1         0            0       0       1        7         3         4
Independence                        4        8         4         4            7       0       0        4         10        9
Millennium                         n/a      n/a       n/a       n/a          n/a     n/a     n/a      n/a        43        44
Tolleson Union                      35       19        16        24           25      25      24       25        18        24
Trevor Brown                        11       4         2         11           3       11      9        6         11        13
Westview                            23       25        29        28           27      43      55       53        32        50
Wickenburg                          0        0         0         1            2       3       5        4         2         2
Other High Schools                  29       21        19        34           31      41      47       60        62       121
All HS Students Total              184      137       139       196          194     207     250      272       239       350
EMCC Feeder HS Total               155      116       120       162          163     166     203      212       177       229

                          Trends in Recent High School Graduates at EMCC
                                        Fall 1993 - Fall 2002
                            (students who completed high school the previous spring)
 400
                                                                                                                    350
 350

 300                                                                                         272
                                                                                   250                  239
 250
                                              196                      207
          184                                            194
 200
                      137         139
 150

 100

  50

   0
         Fall        Fall        Fall        Fall        Fall         Fall         Fall     Fall        Fall       Fall
         1993        1994        1995        1996        1997         1998         1999     2000        2001       2002
                                                                                                                             70
EMCC Fall 2002 45th Day Enrollment by
Recent High School Graduates
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from the Maricopa Institutional Research
Data Warehouse using the Student Section & Section tables on 12/05/2002.



                              EMCC Recent High School Graduates Fall 2002
                                  Enrollment by Feeder High School
                             (Students who completed high school the previous spring)
           140



                                                                                                                              121
           120




           100




Note: Charter schools in our service area not included for analysis.
           80




            60
                                                                                                         50
                                                                         44
                              40
            40
                    32

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Number of Recent Feeder High School Graduates                                                                                 71
Attending EMCC/MCCD within One Year of Graduation
Data source: Year-end enrollment reported by districts to the Arizona Department of Education and Maricopa Community
Colleges 2040 Reports include students *enrolled during summer, spring, fall after graduating. Updated 07/25/2003.

*Number of HS Graduates Attending Community College Within One Year After Graduating
                                           1995                             1996                             1997
                              # HS Grads       # Attending     # HS Grads      # Attending      # HS Grads      # Attending
High School                                EMCC        MCCD                 EMCC       MCCD                  EMCC       MCCD
Agua Fria                        274         46         106       211         68        103        278        105        155
Buckeye Union                    130         25         41        179         35        59         198        45         70
Dysart                           119          6         39        109         20        42         136        15         45
Gila Bend                        36           1          1        33           1         8         33          0          5
Tolleson                         196         24         73        194         35        94         208        44         116
Trevor Browne                    320          6         110       324         13        127        324        11         131
Westview                         236         41         117       236         44        133        269        52         132
Total Students                  1,311       149         487      1,286       216        566       1,446       272        654


                                           1998                             1999                             2000
                              # HS Grads       # Attending     # HS Grads      # Attending      # HS Grads      # Attending
High School                                EMCC        MCCD                 EMCC       MCCD                  EMCC       MCCD
Agua Fria                        279        82          118       291         90        147        369        100        159
Buckeye Union                    190        67          91        171         54        80         172        54         79
Dysart                           110        13          42        125         15        47         161        21         59
Gila Bend                        44         n/a         n/a       26           1         3         47          9         12
Tolleson                         215        51          110       224         55        121        250        36         117
Trevor Browne                    338        15          143       348         16        134        396        18         139
Westview                         331        80          179       355         86        173        401        74         178
Total Students                  1,507       308         683      1,540       317        705       1,796       312        743

                                           2001                             2002
                              # HS Grads       # Attending     # HS Grads      # Attending
High School                                EMCC        MCCD                 EMCC       MCCD
Agua Fria                        237         49         87        222         51        n/a
Buckeye Union                    190         40         62        104         48        n/a
Dysart                           138         12         33        198         12        n/a
Gila Bend                        34           5          8        39           6        n/a
Millennium High School           199         65         91        210         71        n/a
Tolleson                         332         32         97        285         33        n/a
Trevor Browne                    451         20         141       436         21        n/a
Westview                         207         50         146       446         50        n/a
Total Students                  1,788       273         665      1,940       292        n/a

Note: Charter schools in our service area not included for analysis.
Percent of Feeder High School Graduates Attending
EMCC/MCCD within One Year of Graduation                                                                                            71a
Data source: Year-end enrollment reported by districts to the Arizona Department of Education and Maricopa Community
Colleges 2040 Reports include students *enrolled during summer, spring, fall after graduating. Updated 07/25/2003.

                                   Percent of Feeder HS Graduates Attending EMCC
HS Grad Year          Class of 1995 Class of 1996 Class of 1997 Class of 1998 Class of 1999 Class of 2000 Class of 2001
Agua Fria                 17%           32%           38%           29%           31%           27%           20%
Buckeye                   19%           20%           23%           35%           32%           31%           16%
Dysart                     5%           18%           11%           12%           12%           13%            3%
Gila Bend                  3%            3%            0%            na            4%           19%            7%
Millennium                                                                                                    33%
Tolleson                  12%           18%           21%           24%           25%           14%            7%
Trevor Browne              2%            4%            3%            4%            5%            5%            3%
Westview                  17%           19%           19%           24%           24%           18%            9%
Total Percent             11%           17%           19%           20%           21%           17%           15%

                                   Percent of Feeder HS Graduates Attending MCCD
HS Grad Year          Class of 1995 Class of 1996 Class of 1997 Class of 1998 Class of 1999 Class of 2000 Class of 2001
Agua Fria                 39%           49%           56%           42%           51%           43%           35%
Buckeye Union             32%           33%           35%           48%           47%           46%           24%
Dysart                    33%           39%           33%           38%           38%           37%            8%
Gila Bend                  3%           24%           15%            na           12%           26%           12%
Millennium                                                                                                    46%
Tolleson                  37%           48%           56%           51%           54%           47%           21%
Trevor Browne             34%           39%           40%           42%           39%           35%           23%
Westview                  50%           56%           49%           54%           49%           44%           26%
Total Percent             37%           44%           45%           45%           46%           41%           37%


                Percent Feeder High School Graduates Attending EMCC and MCCD
                                  within One Year of Graduation
                          Estrella Mountain Community College                     All Maricopa Community Colleges

  50%                                                                                    46%
                                    44%               45%               45%
  45%                                                                                     41%
                   Class of 1995 Class of 1996 Class of 1997 Class of 1998 Class of 1999 Class of 2000 Class of 2001
Estrella Mountain C
   40%          37% 11%              17%           19%           20%           21%           17%           15%
                                                                                                         37%
All Maricopa Comm           37%           44%           45%           45%           46%           41%           37%
  35%
  30%
  25%                                                                               21%
                                                 19%               20%
  20%                          17%                                                                    17%
                                                                                                                        15%
  15%        11%
  10%
    5%
    0%
            Class of 1995    Class of 1996     Class of 1997     Class of 1998     Class of 1999    Class of 2000      Class of 2001
EMCC Service Area High School Graduation Rates                                                                                                                        72
Source: Arizona Department of Education 2000 Graduation Rate Study and 2001 Graduation Rate Study (http://www.ade.state.az.us/)
                                                                 Cohort Class of 2000                                                   Cohort Class of 2001
                                                      1996-1997                              4 Year                       1997-1998                           4 Year
                  High School                         Population                         Graduation Rate                  Population                      Graduation Rate
Arizona Average                                                                                    71%                                                                71%
Maricopa County                                                                                    72%                                                                73%

Agua Fria Union High District
Agua Fria Union High                                        420                                    86%                             248                                90%
Buckeye Union High District
Buckeye Union High                                          248                                    75%                             257                                76%
Dysart Unified
Dysart Unified                                              427                                    38%                             394                                38%
Gila Bend Unified District
Gila Bend                                                    74                                    57%                             69                                 54%
Phoenix Union High District
Trevor Brown                                                554                                    67%                             610                                67%
Tolleson Union High District
Tolleson Union High                                         406                                    66%                             467                                66%
Westview                                                    590                                    65%                             571                                69%
Wickenburg Unified District
Wickenburg                                                  156                                    71%                             136                                76%
The Leona Group Arizona LLC*
Estrella Mountain                                            33                                    61%                             291                                16%
PPEP & Affiliates*
PPEP TEC-'Lito' Pena Learning Ctr                            29                                    14%                              *                                 50%
Precision Academy Systems, Inc.*
Precision Academy                                                                                                                  260                                15%
* denotes charter high schools


                              EMCC Service Area High School Graduation Rates
                                                    Cohort Class of 2000                                 Cohort Class of 2001
                                                                     Cohort Class of 2000 Cohort Class of 2001
  100%                                          Agua Fria Union High                  86%              90%
                       90%
    90%        86%                              Buckeye Union High Maricopa County    75%              76%
                                                Dysart Unified     Average 73.4%      38%              38%
    80%                       75% 76%                                                                                                                                         76%
                                                *Estrella Mountain                    61%              16%                                                                 71%
                                                Gila Bend                             57% 66% 66% 67%54%  67%                                                        69%
    70%                                                                                                                                                  65%
                                                    61%
                                                *Lito Pena Learning
                                                              57%                     14%              50%
    60%                                                           54%
                                                *Precision Academy          50%                        15%
    50%                                         Tolleson Union High                   66%              66%
                                          38%38%Trevor Brown                          67%              67%
    40%
                                                Westview                              65%              69%
    30%
                                                Wickenburg                            71%              76%
    20%                                                    16%                            14%
                                                                                                               15%

    10%
     0%
                                                                                                                                                          Westview
                                          Unified




                                                                                                                                          Trevor Brown




                                                                                                                                                                            Wickenburg
                                                                                          *Lito Pena
                                                                      Gila Bend




                                                                                                         *Precision
               Union High


                             Union High




                                                                                                                      Union High
                                                     Mountain




                                                                                                         Academy
                                          Dysart



                                                     *Estrella




                                                                                           Learning
                Agua Fria


                              Buckeye




                                                                                                                       Tolleson
                               School




                                                                                  * denotes charter high schools
EMCC Area High School Drop Out Rates                                                                                                               73
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Arizona Department of Education, Annual Dropout Rate Study: 2001-02.
(http://www.ade.state.az.us/ResearchPolicy/DropoutInfo/Default.htm)

                                               1994-95       1995-96       1996-97        1997-98       1998-99 1999-00 2000-01                 2001-02
               High School                     Dropout       Dropout       Dropout        Dropout       Dropout Dropout Dropout                 Dropout
                                                 Rate          Rate          Rate           Rate          Rate    Rate   Rate                    Rate
            Arizona Average                     12.1%         12.2%         12.8%          11.5%         12.2%   11.1%   9.8%                    9.5%

     Agua Fria Union District
       Agua Fria Union High                     11.1%         10.3%          10.1%          9.1%          9.1%         6.3%         4.8%          4.2%
          Millenium High                                                                                               5.3%         2.5%          5.7%
Buckeye Union High District
        Buckeye Union High                      15.0%         10.6%          12.5%          11.7%        10.0%         8.6%         7.1%          6.6%
       Estrella Foothills High                                                                                                                    2.5%
      Dysart Unified District
           Dysart Unified                       19.1%         24.5%          24.2%          22.0%        21.1%         25.3%        19.2%         8.2%
    Gila Bend Unified District
            Gila Bend                            6.8%         14.2%          10.1%          8.7%         13.7%         17.0%        10.9%         9.8%
Phoenix Union High District
           Trevor Browne                        13.1%         20.8%          13.6%          14.4%        11.0%         4.9%         4.5%          3.9%
Tolleson Union High District
           Tolleson High                        10.2%         10.2%          15.9%          10.1%         7.9%         8.9%         8.3%          4.3%
           Westview High                        10.6%          8.7%          10.1%           8.7%         7.9%         6.2%         5.6%          2.4%
Wickenburg Unified District
          Wickenburg High                       16.3%         14.7%          13.1%           9.3%         7.0%         10.9%        5.9%          6.6%
      Wickenburg Alternative                    55.6%         81.3%          27.1%          47.8%        64.5%         47.2%        52.1%         34.7%
         PPEP & Affliates*
PPEP TEC-'Lito' Pena Learning Ctr                N/A          63.7%          56.2%          74.4%        68.0%         62.0%        47.4%         45.4%
The Leona Group Arizona LLC*
        Estrella High School                                                                                           36.4%        35.3%         34.2%
Precision Academy Systems, Inc.*
        Precision Academy                                                                                                           36.7%         46.1%
* denotes charter high schools


        EMCC Service Area High School Drop                                                   EMCC Service Area Charter High
                               2000-20012001-2002
         Out Rates - Public High Schools Only,                                               School Drop Out Rates - Excludes
            High School Charters 41.5%
Service AreaExcludes Charter High Schools 40.4%                                                     Public High Schools
Service Area Public High Schools,                7.0%         4.9%
Arizona Average
  10%                                            9.8%         9.5%
                                                                                     50%
    9%                          2000-20012001-2002
                                  Arizona Average                                    45%               41.5%
All Service Area High Schools
    8%                            10.2%      8.4%                                                                                    40.4%
                 7.0%
Service Area High Schools, Exclud 7.0%       4.9%                                    40%
    7%
Service Area Charters Only        41.5%      40.4%                                   35%
Arizona Average
    6%                             9.8%      9.5%
                                                                                     30%
                                       4.9%
    5%
                                2000-20012001-2002                                   25%
Service Area High Schools, Exclud 7.0%
    4%                                       4.9%                                    20%                               Arizona
    3%                                                                               15%                               Average
                                             2000-20012001-2002
Service Area Charters Only
   2%                                          41.5%    40.4%                        10%
    1%                                                                                 5%
    0%                                                                                 0%
                    2000-2001                      2001-2002                                         2000-2001                     2001-2002
                            Section 7

 COMMUNITY COLLEGE
       ENROLLMENT DATA




3000 North Dysart Road              s   A v o n d a l e , A r i z o n a 8 5 3 2 3- 1 0 0 0       s   ( 6 2 3 ) 9 3 5- 8 0 0 0
   A    M   a   r   i   c   o   p       a    C    o   m   m    u   n   i   t   y     C       o       l   l   e   g   e
Enrollment by Other Maricopa Community Colleges                                                                              74
in EMCC Zip Code Areas - 45th Day Enrollment
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from the Maricopa Institutional
Data Warehouse using the Students Sections and Students tables on 7/23/03.
                                                                                                                                  Spr 02-
                                   Semester                                                                                        Spr 03
ZIP        COMMUNITY                 S'98 F'98        S'99     F'99     S'00     F'00    S'01       F'01    S'02 F'02 S'03 % Inc.
85033      West Phoenix             1,033   985        971    1,041      960      932     919        931     898   977   924     3%
85035      West Phoenix               666   720        690      783      756      778     768        793     730   788   764     5%
85037      West Phoenix               681   675        723      764      725      755     685        755     697   703   645    -7%
85043      West Phoenix               126   141        144      132      146      152     155        173     219   277   306   40%
85305      Glendale                   151   157        155      149      127      177     131        158     160   167   147    -8%
85307      Glendale                   206   250        270      260      262      272     277        303     236   276   245     4%
85309      Luke A.F.B.                 34    43         25       37       36       44      33         21      18    22    22   22%
85322      Arlington                    5     4          4        3        4        7       7          5       2     3     1  -50%
85323      Avondale                   334   361        376      396      408      496     512        589     586   700   668   14%
85326      Buckeye                     97   121        149      181      225      207     318        246     246   316   228    -7%
85329      Cashion                     19    13         17       22       11       10      10         13      16    22    20   25%
85335      El Mirage                  115   131        124      135      131      232     253        306     375   552   602   61%
85337      Gila Bend                    7    10          6        7        7        5      11          4       4     6     5   25%
85338      Goodyear                   439   428        496      379      376      393     444        506     530   677   647   22%
85340      Litchfield Park             93   112        112       93       94       92      97        122     125   163   191   53%
85343      Palo Verde                   4     1          1        3        1        4       3          4       2     4     0 -100%
85351      Sun City                   153   116        130      104       96       85      98         90      88    79    90     2%
85353      Tolleson                    80    95         86       95       91       85      72         80      76   101   135   78%
85354      Tonopah                     17    10         10       17       18       24      19         21      21    18    20    -5%
85355      West El Mirage              64    76         72       87       76       72      52         68      49    74    82   67%
85363      Youngtown                   30    27         29       23       21       33      26         26      21    33    39   86%
85374      Surprise                   263   359        381      375      425      465     502        520     476   561   580   22%
85379      Surprise                     0     5         13       21       28       55     102        121     186   248   276   48%
85387      Surprise                     1                2        2        2        6       6          7      12    23    32 167%
85390      Wickenburg                  46    17         31       37       55       52      30         42      39    45    44   13%
Selected EMCC Zip Codes             4,664 4,857      5,017    5,146    5,081    5,433   5,530      5,904   5,812 6,835 6,713   16%

                                        Enrollment by Other MCCD Colleges in
           ZIP                     Spring Spring 2003
           W. Phoenix 85033           898    924     EMCC Service Area
           W. Phoenix 85035                   Zip
                                    Top 10 764 Codes Spring 2002 vs. Spring
                                      730                                                             2003
           Avondale 85323             586    668
1000
           898 924 85338
           Goodyear                   530    647
           W. Phoenix 85037           697    645 Spring 2002     Spring 2003
           El Mirage 85335764         375    602
  750                 730                                697
           Surprise 85374             476668 580 647         645
           W. Phoenix 85043        586219    306                   602       580
                                               530
           Surprise 85379             186    276                        476
  500      Glendale 85307             236    245
                                                                          375
                                                                                                           306         276
           85326 Buckeye              246      228                                                   219                     236 245
  250                                                                                                            186



      0
          W. Phoenix W. Phoenix    Avondale     Goodyear     W. Phoenix El Mirage       Surprise    W. Phoenix   Surprise    Glendale
            85033     85035         85323        85338         85037     85335           85374        85043       85379       85307
                                                                                                                                 75
Top 25 Courses 2002-2003 School Year
Enrollment by EMCC and Other MCCD Colleges
in EMCC Immediate Service Area
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from the Maricopa Institutional Research Data Warehouse
using FTSE Detail table on 07/10/032. Includes only zip codes that are within six miles of EMCC with the exception of 85322, 85376, and
85354. People living within these zip codes would have to drive significantly farther to another MCCD campus.

Top 25 Courses at EMCC in EMCC                                                  Top 25 Courses by Other MCCD
           Zip Codes                                                             Colleges in EMCC Zip Codes
                                        Annual                                                                         Annual
                  Course              Unduplicated                                               Course              Unduplicated
   Rank           Prefix               Headcount                                Rank             Prefix               Headcount
     1             PED115                   990                                    1             ENG101                    575
     2            ENG101                    890                                    2              CIS105                   515
     3            ENG102                    738                                    3             ENG102                    429
     4             CIS105                   723                                    4              PSY101                   428
     5             PSY101                   561                                    5             MAT092                    356
     6             PED114                   540                                    6            CIS121AG                   321
     7            MAT092                    522                                    7            BPC135DK                   311
     8            MAT151                    433                                    8            BPC111AA                   291
     9            MAT121                    427                                    9            CIS114DE                   239
     10          PED102AF                   419                                   10              BPC110                   220
     11           MAT082                    340                                   11              SOC101                   216
     12            BIO100                   261                                   12             HCC130                    209
     13            SOC101                   257                                   13           HCC145AA                    204
     14           COM100                    236                                   14             COM100                    198
     15            POS220                   219                                   15            CIS117DM                   188
     16            SPA101                   208                                   16             MAT082                    178
     17            PHI101                   198                                   17             MAT122                    178
     18            ECN111                   184                                   18             ENG071                    173
     19            HIS103                   180                                   19            CIS118AB                   164
     20            HIS104                   178                                   20             ECN111                    150
     21           ENG071                    175                                   21             MAT151                    141
     22            BIO160                   165                                   22             ECN112                    133
     23          ESL001BA                   164                                   23             MAT120                    132
     24           CHM130                    155                                   24             COM110                    124
     25           MAT220                    150                                   25             ABC119                    121

Includes Zip Codes: 85037, 85039, 85307, 85309, 85322, 85323, 85326, 85338, 85340, 85353, 85354, 85355
                            Section 8

                                    EMCC


       ENROLLMENT DATA




3000 North Dysart Road              s   A v o n d a l e , A r i z o n a 8 5 3 2 3- 1 0 0 0       s   ( 6 2 3 ) 9 3 5- 8 0 0 0
   A    M   a   r   i   c   o   p       a    C    o   m   m    u   n   i   t   y     C       o       l   l   e   g   e
                                                                                                                                  76
Estrella Mountain Community College
45th Day Enrollment Growth
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from MCCD Trends page
(http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/business/ir/trends/index.html) on 07/03/03.


                                                                                                       Headcount               FTSE
                                                                                                       Fall to Fall          Fall to Fall
        Fall              45th Day Headcount                    45th Day FTSE                           Increase              Increase
        1992                        1,201                               395
        1993                        1,701                               551                               42%                    39%
        1994                        2,074                               639                               22%                    16%
        1995                        2,164                               706                                4%                    11%
        1996                        2,677                               913                               24%                    29%
        1997                        3,007                              1,092                              12%                    20%
        1998                        4,222                              1,635                              40%                    50%
        1999                        4,400                              1,602                               4%                    -2%
        2000                        4,300                              1,509                               -2%                   -6%
        2001                        4,958                              1,766                              15%                    17%
        2002                        5,439                              2,095                              10%                    19%

      Fall                  45th Day FTSE Estrella Mountain
Fall 1992                         395
                                       Fall 45th Day FTSE Growth
Fall 1993                         551
      2,500
Fall 1994                         639
Fall 1995                         706                                                                                              2,095
Fall 1996                         913
      2,000
Fall 1997                        1,092
                                                                                                                         1,766
Fall 1998                        1,635                     1,635                                        1,602    1,509
Fall 1999                        1,602
Fall 2000
      1,500                      1,509
 45th Day




Fall 2001                        1,766              1,092
  FTSE




Fall 2002                        2,095         913
        1,000
                                                 706
                                     639
                         551
                  395
            500



              0
              Fall        Fall         Fall        Fall         Fall         Fall        Fall           Fall     Fall     Fall     Fall
              1992        1993         1994        1995         1996         1997        1998           1999     2000     2001     2002

                                                                          Semester
                                                                                                                                 77

Estrella Mountain Community College
45th Day Enrollment Growth
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from MCCD Trends page
(http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/business/ir/trends/index.html) on 07/03/03.


                                                                                                   Headcount                 FTSE
                                                                                                 Spring to Spring       Spring to Spring
      Spring              45th Day Headcount                    45th Day FTSE                        Increase               Increase
         1992                         892                               159
         1993                       1,519                               428                            70%                   169%
         1994                       1,795                               542                            18%                   27%
         1995                       2,062                               631                            15%                   16%
         1996                       2,140                               656                            4%                        4%
         1997                       2,668                               885                            25%                   35%
         1998                       3,164                              1,096                           19%                   24%
         1999                       3,694                              1,250                           17%                   14%
         2000                       4,144                              1,381                           12%                   11%
         2001                       4,406                              1,543                           6%                    12%
         2002                       4,678                              1,657                           6%                        7%
         2003                       5,089                              1,933                           9%                    17%

                             45th Day FTSE   Estrella Mountain
Spring 1992                        159 Spring 45th Day FTSE Growth
Spring 1993                        428
      2,500
Spring 1994                        542
Spring 1995                        631
                                                                                                                                      1,933
       1996
Spring2,000                        656
Spring 1997                        885                                                                                   1,657
Spring 1998                       1,096                                                                         1,543
                                                                                                        1,381
       1999
Spring1,500                       1,250
  45th Day




                                                                1,250
   FTSE




Spring 2000                       1,381                  1,096
Spring 2001                       1,543           885
      1,000
Spring 2002                       1,657
                                        631   656
Spring 2003                       1,933
                                  542
                         428
             500
                   159

               0
              Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring
               1992   1993   1994   1995   1996   1997   1998   1999   2000   2001   2002   2003

                                                                            Semester
EMCC Credit Enrollment All Service Area Zip Codes                                                                                  78
Spring 1997 to Spring 2003 (45th Day Enrollment)
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Maricopa Institutional Research Data Warehouse using the
Student Sections and Students tables on 07/23/03.



                            Semester                                                                                               Sp 03-   % of
ZIP         COMMUNITY         S'98      F'98      S'99    F'99     S'00     F'00    S'01      F'01     S'02    F'02      S'03 % Inc.        Enr.
85033       West Phoenix      132       439       170     294      162      118     139        186     156      193       162   4%          3%
85035       West Phoenix       93       229       101     143       66       64      92        78       75      113       99   32%          2%
85037       West Phoenix      406       546       446     481      436      466     458        579     413      523       438   6%          10%
85043       West Phoenix       41        57        43      43       46       47      49        63       49      72        53    8%          1%
85305       Glendale           40        87        51      72       46       55      54        62       36      62        51   42%          1%
85307       Glendale          126       134       117     162      167      176     162        160     152      144       130 -14%          4%
85309       Luke A.F.B.         5        12         3       9       13        7      13         5       3        7         4   33%          0%
85322       Arlington          12        10         9      11       11        8      12        10       9        7         6  -33%          0%
85323       Avondale          617       809       764     899      883      999     916       1,140   1,014    1281      1191 17%           21%
85326       Buckeye           287       324       315     292      303      328     333        356     333      367       327  -2%          8%
85329       Cashion            48        48        53      43       50       39      33        39       42      50        46   10%          1%
85335       El Mirage          47        27        29      40       43       84     100        115     123      169       209  70%          2%
85337       Gila Bend          21         8         5       9       14       12       9        17       11      13        11    0%          0%
85338       Goodyear          313       369       453     548      587      613     619        685     745      788       783   5%          14%
85340       Litchfield Park   291       249       316     311      367      346     354        352     374      371       433  16%          8%
85343       Palo Verde          4         5         5       3        1        5       4         4       9        5         5  -44%          0%
85351       Sun City            6         9         5       5        8        7       6         7       8        5         7  -13%          0%
85353       Tolleson          131       121       113     125      129      126     124        117     100      138       115  15%          3%
85354       Tonopah            18        24        24      35       35       40      37        47       46      36        28  -39%          1%
85355       West El Mirage     69        86        83      69       83       84      95        101     103      115       100  -3%          2%
85363       Youngtown           2         2         2       2        3        3       3         6       9       17        14   56%          0%
85374       Surprise           66        66        73     131      141      149     158        164     155      163       148  -5%          4%
85379       Surprise            0         0         6       8       13       20      32        36       49      63        65   33%          1%
85387       Surprise            0         0         2       3        0        0       3         3       3        9        11  267%          0%
85390       Wickenburg          4         2         0       3        3        5       7         1       2        9         5  150%          0%
  Selected EMCC Zip Codes 2,779 3,661 3,188               3,741    3,610    3,801   3,812     4,333   4,019    4,720     4,441     17%       86%
   45th Day Total Enrollment 3,164 4,222 3,694            4,400    4,144    4,300   4,406     4,958   4,678    5,439     5,089     16%
        % from Selected Zips 88%        87%     86%       85%      87%      88%     87%       87%     86%      87%       87%
Note: Avondale includes zip codes 85323 and 85039
                                                    EMCC Credit Enrollment by
            zip code          pring 20
                                     pring 2003          Top 10 Zip Codes
            Avondale 85323       #### 1191          Spring 2002 vs. Spring 2003
            Goodyear 85338       745    783
  1,500
            W. Phoenix 85037 413        438
  1,250              1,191
            Litchfield 85340     374    433
                                                     Spring 2002                Spring 2003
            Buckeye 85326
               1,014             333    327
  1,000     El Mirage 85335      123    209
                           745 783
            W. Phoenix 85033 156        162
      750
            Surprise 85374       155    148
      500                             413  438            433
            Glendale 85307       152    130         374
                                                                  333 327
            Tolleson 85353       100    115                                         209                                152
      250                                                                     123           156 162     155   148            130
                                                                                                                                            115
                                                                                                                                     100
        -                                                                                                                       85374
              Avondale   Goodyear    W. Phoenix    Litchfield     Buckeye     El Mirage W. Phoenix      Surprise       Glendale 85379
                                                                                                                                  Tolleson
               85323      85338        85037        85340          85326        85335     85033          85374          85307           85353
EMCC Participation Rate in the Community                                                                                                  79
(Includes students enrolled over the age of 15 and excludes drops)
Source: EMCC Office of Institutional Planning and Effectiveness, July 2003. Data accessed using
the Maricopa Data Warehouse on 7/31/2003. Annual Headcount is unduplicated.


EMCC Immediate Service Area Zip Codes
                                               Population Age 15+*                                                  Estimated         Estimated
Immediate Service Area Zip Codes                 1990-1991       1995-1996                   2000-2001              2001-2002         2002-2003
85037 (West Phoenix)                                9,591          11,810                         23,040               25,421             26,611
85323/039/329 (Avondale)                           14,067          17,908                         25,335               28,174             29,594
85326 (Buckeye)                                     9,317          10,358                         17,128               18,445             19,103
85338 (Goodyear)                                    4,355           5,533                         12,632               14,704             15,740
85340 (Litchfield Park)                             5,209           6,549                          5,485                6,431              6,904
85353 (Tolleson)                                    6,666           7,196                          5,282                5,800              6,059
                              Totals:              49,205          60,810                         88,902               98,975            104,011
* Population age 15 and over was calculated using 1990 and 2000 Census Data. Population for the year 1995 was estimated
using 1995 Special Census Data. Enrollment for 2001 is estimated by extrapolating the annualized growth rate by zip code for
1995 to 2000. Zip Codes 85340 and 85353 were held constant for 2001. Both the Litchfield (85340) and Tolleson (85353) zip
codes boundaries were reduced between 1995 and 2000 which resulted in a lower total population for these zip codes in 2000.
Estimates for the 2002-2003 data were provided by the City of Avondale. 2001-2002 estimates were calculated by extroplating
between the 2000-01 and 2002-03 estimates.

EMCC Credit Enrollment as a % of Population 15+
                                               Unduplicated Credit Headcount by Fiscal Year as a Percent of Population 15+
                                                 1990-1991      1995-1996       2000-2001          2001-2002         2002 - 2003
85037 (West Phoenix)                                  1.1%                 3.5%                    3.2%                 3.2%              2.6%
85323/039/329 (Avondale)                              2.9%                 4.2%                    6.4%                 6.7%              6.1%
85326 (Buckeye)                                       0.8%                 3.3%                    3.1%                 3.0%              2.4%
85338 (Goodyear)                                      2.4%                 7.0%                    8.3%                 8.1%              7.2%
85340 (Litchfield Park)                               2.5%                 5.4%                   10.0%                 8.7%              8.2%
85353 (Tolleson)                                      1.3%                 1.9%                    3.6%                 3.0%              3.0%
    EMCC Immediate Service Area
                    Penetration                      1.9%                  3.9%                   5.2%                  5.2%              4.7%

                         Percentage of Population Age 15+ Enrolled in EMCC Credit Courses
                                   in Estrella Mountain's Immediate Service Area
   6%
                                                                             5.2%                           5.2%
   5%                                                                                                                             4.7%
                                                3.9%
   4%

   3%
                   1.9%
   2%

   1%

   0%
                1990-1991                    1995-1996                    2000-2001                       2001-2002             2002 - 2003
                                                                         School Year
EMCC Participation Rate in the Community                                                                                                 80
(Includes students enrolled over the age of 15 and excludes drops)
Source: EMCC Office of Institutional Planning and Effectiveness, July 2003. Data accessed using
the Maricopa Data Warehouse on 7/31/2003. Annual Headcount is unduplicated.

Other Maricopa Community Colleges Credit Enrollment as a % of Population 15+
                                              Unduplicated Credit Headcount by Fiscal Year as a Percent of Population 15+
                                                  1990-1991            1995-1996             2000-2001             2001-2002         2002 - 2003
85037 (West Phoenix)                                 9.9%                 9.7%                 5.8%                  5.7%
85323/039/329 (Avondale)                             6.4%                 3.5%                 4.7%                  4.8%                4.8%
85326 (Buckeye)                                      4.4%                 2.1%                 3.7%                  3.8%                3.2%
85338 (Goodyear)                                    15.9%                17.3%                 8.9%                  9.5%                9.1%
85340 (Litchfield Park)                              6.5%                 3.1%                 4.0%                  4.3%                5.6%
85353 (Tolleson)                                     3.4%                 2.1%                 2.6%                  2.7%                4.0%
                                Penetration         7.1%                 5.4%                  5.2%                  5.4%                5.0%

                      Percentage of Population Age 15+ Enrolled in Credit Courses at Other MCCD
                                Colleges in Estrella Mountain's Immediate Service Area
   8%               7.1%

   6%                                           5.4%                         5.2%                           5.4%                  5.0%

   4%

   2%

   0%
                1990-1991                    1995-1996                   2000-2001                    2001-2002                2002 - 2003
                                                                         School Year



Combined MCCD + EMCC Credit Enrollment as a % of Population 15+
                                                  1990-1991            1995-1996             2000-2001             2001-2002         2002 - 2003
85037 (West Phoenix)                                11.0%                13.2%                  8.9%                  8.9%              6.9%
85323/039/329 (Avondale)                             9.3%                 7.7%                 11.1%                 11.5%             10.9%
85326 (Buckeye)                                      5.2%                 5.3%                  6.8%                  6.8%              5.6%
85338 (Goodyear)                                    18.3%                24.3%                 17.2%                 17.6%             16.4%
85340 (Litchfield Park)                              8.9%                 8.5%                 14.0%                 12.9%             13.8%
85353 (Tolleson)                                     4.7%                 4.0%                  6.2%                  5.7%              7.0%
 Combined MCCD and EMCC Service
                        Area Penetration             9.0%                 9.3%                    10.5%               10.6%              9.7%


                Percentage of Population Age 15+ Enrolled in EMCC + MCCD Credit Courses
                               in Estrella Mountain's Immediate Service Area
    12%                                                                      10.5%                         10.6%
                                                  9.3%                                                                           9.7%
    10%               9.0%
      8%
      6%
      4%
      2%
      0%
                   1990-1991                   1995-1996                   2000-2001                      2001-2002            2002 - 2003
                                                                        School Year
(Includes students enrolled over the age of 15 and excludes drops)                                                                         81
Source: EMCC Office of Institutional Planning and Effectiveness, July 2003. Data accessed using
the Maricopa Data Warehouse on 7/31/2003. Annual Headcount is unduplicated.


EMCC Credit & Non-Credit Enrollment as a % of Population 15+
                                                  1990-1991            1995-1996             2000-2001           2001-2002          2002 - 2003
85037 (West Phoenix)                                1.2%                 3.6%                   3.6%                3.5%               2.9%
85323/039/329 (Avondale)                            3.1%                 4.4%                   7.6%                7.9%               7.1%
85326 (Buckeye)                                     0.9%                 3.5%                   3.6%                3.4%               2.6%
85338 (Goodyear)                                    2.5%                 7.5%                  10.9%               10.2%               9.2%
85340 (Litchfield Park)                             2.7%                 5.9%                  13.1%               10.5%              10.3%
85353 (Tolleson)                                    1.3%                 2.0%                   4.0%                3.3%               3.4%
 Combined MCCD and EMCC Service
                        Area Penetration             2.0%                 4.1%                    6.4%             6.2%                5.5%



                  Percentage of Population Age 15+ Enrolled in EMCC Credit and Non-Credit
                            Courses in Estrella Mountain's Immediate Service Area

  7%                                                                        6.4%                         6.2%
  6%                                                                                                                           5.5%
  5%                                           4.1%
  4%
  3%
                   2.0%
  2%
  1%
  0%
                1990-1991                   1995-1996                    2000-2001                   2001-2002               2002 - 2003
                                                                          School Year
                                                                                                                      82
EMCC Age Distribution
Fall Semesters - 45th Day
Source: MCCD Trends website on 7/21/03. http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/business/ir/trends/


Fall Semesters - 45th Day

                        1993      1994        1995        1996         1997         1998     1999     2000    2001         2002
     15-19               385       394         495         770          923         1,963    1,721    1,233   1,582        1,802
     20-24               287       357         379         428          434          524      624      714     821          983
     25-29               208       279         216         264          321          295      393      422     541          592
     30-39               383       487         500         543          580          631      673      786     847          863
     40-49               285       351         339         385          398          425      499      575     606          603
     50-59               88        116         127         156          165          211      246      271     281          266
      60+                52        66          71           85          110          109      152      162     159          166
   Undeclared            13        24          37           46          76           64       92       137     121          164
    TOTAL              1,701      2,074       2,164       2,677        3,007        4,222    4,400    4,300   4,958        5,439

                        1993      1994         1995        1996        1997         1998      1999     2000    2001         2002
    15-19%             22.6%     19.0%        22.9%       28.8%       30.7%        46.5%     39.1%    28.7%   31.9%        33.1%
    20-24%             16.9%     17.2%        17.5%       16.0%       14.4%        12.4%     14.2%    16.6%   16.6%        18.1%
    25-29%             12.2%     13.5%        10.0%        9.9%       10.7%        7.0%      8.9%      9.8%   10.9%        10.9%
    30-39%             22.5%     23.5%        23.1%       20.3%       19.3%        14.9%     15.3%    18.3%   17.1%        15.9%
    40-49%             16.8%     16.9%        15.7%       14.4%       13.2%        10.1%     11.3%    13.4%   12.2%        11.1%
    50-59%             5.2%      5.6%         5.9%         5.8%       5.5%         5.0%      5.6%      6.3%   5.7%         4.9%
     60+%              3.1%      3.2%         3.3%         3.2%       3.7%         2.6%      3.5%      3.8%   3.2%         3.1%
  Undeclared%          0.8%      1.2%         1.7%         1.7%       2.5%         1.5%      2.1%      3.2%   2.4%         3.0%

                  1993   1994                1995    1996    1997     1998   1999                     2000    2001         2002
      15-19        385    394                 495    770 Age 923      1,963  1,721                    1,233   1,582        1,802
      20-24        287    357               Fall 45th428 Enrollment
                                              379     Day 434          524    624                      714     821          983
      25-29        208    279                 216    264      321      295    393                      422     541          592
                          487
      30-39 15-19 383 20-24                   500
                                            25-29    543
                                                     30-39 580  40-49 63150-59673                      786
                                                                                                     60+       847
                                                                                                              Und.          863
      40-49        285    351                 339    385      398      425    499                      575     606          603
 2,00050-59        88     116                 127    156      165      211    246                      271     281          266
       60+         52     66                  71      85      110      109    152                      162     159          166
      Und.         13     24                  37      46      76        64     92                      137     121          164
 1,500



 1,000



   500



      0
            1993         1994        1995        1996         1997        1998        1999     2000       2001        2002
                                                                                                                              83
EMCC Fall 2002 45th Day Student Age Breakdowns
By Day-Evening/Part-time/Full-time
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Maricopa Institutional Research Data Warehouse
using Student table on 7/21/03.


Fall 2002 45th Day Enrollment by Age by Day-Evening/Part-time/Full-time

                   19 &
                   Under 20-25        26-29     30-35    36-39      40-45     46-49   50-55    56-59      60+      *N.C. TOTALS:
All Students       1,803 1,128         447       552      311        419       184     187      79        166       163     5,439
Day                1,608  571          187       213      136        214        83     100      53        140        88     3,393
Evening             195   557          260       339      175        205       101      87      26         26        75     2,046
Part-time          1,280  874          394       494      286        390       173     183      76        165       156     4,471
Full-time           523   254           53        58       25         29        11       4       3          1         7      968
                                                                                                                  *NC=not coded
                   19 &
                   Under 20-25 26-29 30-35 36-39 40-45 46-49 50-55 56-59                                  60+  *N.C. TOTALS:
All Students %      33%    21%    8%   10%    6%    8%    3%    3%    1%                                    3%    3%  100%
Day %               47%    17%    6%    6%    4%    6%    2%    3%    2%                                    4%    3%  100%
Evening %           10%    27%   13%   17%    9%   10%    5%    4%    1%                                    1%    4%  100%
Part-time %         29%    20%    9%   11%    6%    9%    4%    4%    2%                                    4%    3%  100%
Full-time %         54%    26%    5%    6%    3%    3%    1%    0%    0%                                    0%    1%  100%

                                            EMCC Student Age Breakdowns
                                                     Fall 2002
  35%      33%
             19 & Under       20-25 26-29 30-35 36-39 40-45 46-49 50-55 56-59                              60+
  30%                33%       21%    8% 10%      6%    8%    3%    3%    1%                               3%

  25%
                        21%

  20%


  15%

                                                10%
                                     8%
  10%
                                                                            8%
                                                             6%
   5%                                                                                 3%          3%                       3%
                                                                                                                1%
   0%
        19 & Under     20-25        26-29       30-35       36-39           40-45     46-49      50-55          56-59      60+
                                                                    Age
EMCC Age Distribution                                                                                                    84
Spring Semesters - 45th Day
Source: MCCD Trends website 07/21/03. http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/business/ir/trends


Spring Semesters - 45th Day

                         1993      1994       1995      1996      1997       1998       1999      2000    2001      2002      2003
       15-19              294       370        359       437       654        984       1,140     1,153   1,283     1,322     1,428
       20-24              218       302        364       384       466        491        559       644     745       850       995
       25-29              178       207        261       219       304        306        326       434     428       472       588
       30-39              382       446        471       484       556        582        708       806     796       838       909
       40-49              263       293        335       329       391        414        479       554     588       604       554
       50-59              113        90        137       141       142        206        243       252     283       284       273
        60+                56        70        118       120       102        146        162       212     179       194       157
     Undeclared            15        17         17        26        53         35         77        89     104       114       185
      TOTAL             1,519      1,795      2,062     2,140     2,668      3,164      3,694     4,144   4,406     4,678     5,089

                         1993       1994      1995       1996      1997      1998        1999      2000    2001      2002      2003
     15-19%             19.4%      20.6%     17.4%      20.4%     24.5%     31.1%       30.9%     27.8%   29.1%     28.3%     28.1%
     20-24%             14.4%      16.8%     17.7%      17.9%     17.5%     15.5%       15.1%     15.5%   16.9%     18.2%     19.6%
     25-29%             11.7%      11.5%     12.7%      10.2%     11.4%      9.7%        8.8%     10.5%    9.7%     10.1%     11.6%
     30-39%             25.1%      24.8%     22.8%      22.6%     20.8%     18.4%       19.2%     19.4%   18.1%     17.9%     17.9%
     40-49%             17.3%      16.3%     16.2%      15.4%     14.7%     13.1%       13.0%     13.4%   13.3%     12.9%     10.9%
     50-59%              7.4%       5.0%      6.6%       6.6%      5.3%      6.5%        6.6%      6.1%    6.4%      6.1%      5.4%
      60+%               3.7%       3.9%      5.7%       5.6%      3.8%      4.6%        4.4%      5.1%    4.1%      4.1%      3.1%
   Undeclared%           1.0%       0.9%      0.8%       1.2%      2.0%      1.1%        2.1%      2.1%    2.4%      2.4%      3.6%


                                                                 Age
                         1993    1994       1995
                                                    45th 1997 1998 1999
                                            Spring 1996 Day Enrollment                            2000    2001   2002         2003
      15-19               294    370         359   437     654    984 1,140                       1,153 1,283 1,322           1,428
      20-24               218    302         364   384     466    491  559                         664     745    850          995
      25-29
           15-19         178
                             20-24
                                 207
                                           25-29 219
                                             261
                                                     30-39 304 40-49
                                                                  306
                                                                       50-59
                                                                       326                         434
                                                                                                       60+ 428 Und.
                                                                                                                  472          588
1,500
      30-39              382     446         471   484     556    582  708                         806     796    838          909
      40-49              263     293         335   329     391    414  479                         554     588    604          554
      50-59              113      90         137   141     142    206  243                         252     283    284          273
       60+                56      70         118   120     102    145  162                         212     179    194          157

1,000 Und.                 15     17          17    26      53     35   77                          89     104    114          185




  500




     0
           1993       1994        1995       1996        1997       1998        1999       2000       2001        2002      2003
                                                                                                                            85
EMCC Spring 2003 45th Day Student Age Breakdowns
By Day-Evening/Part-time/Full-time
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Maricopa Institutional Research Data Warehouse using
the Students table on 7/21/03.


Spring 2003 45th Day Enrollment by Age by Day-Evening/Part-time/Full-time

                   19 &
                   Under        20-25     26-29    30-35    36-39     40-45      46-49      50-55    56-59    60+   *N.C. TOTALS:
All Students       1,431        1,126      457      606      303       381        173        189      84      182    157     5,089
Day                1,240         620       203      264      122       185        79         106      49      126    136     3,130
Evening             191          506       254      342      181       196        94         83       35       56     21     1,959
Part-time          1,042         819       390      544      276       343        163        186      82      179    156     4,180
Full-time           389          307       67       62       27        38         10          3        2       3       1      909
                                                                                                                    *NC=not coded

                   19 &
                   Under 20-25 26-29 30-35 36-39 40-45 46-49 50-55 56-59 60+ *N.C. TOTALS:
All Students %       28%   22%    9%   12%    6%    7%    3%    4%    2% 4%    3%   100%
Day %                40%   20%    6%    8%    4%    6%    3%    3%    2% 4%    4%   100%
Evening %            10%   26%   13%   17%    9%   10%    5%    4%    2% 3%    1%   100%
Part-time %          25%   20%    9%   13%    7%    8%    4%    4%    2% 4%    4%   100%
Full-time %          43%   34%    7%    7%    3%    4%    1%    0%    0% 0%    0%   100%


                                                EMCC Student Age Breakdowns
                                                        Spring 2003
  30%      28%
               19 & Under       20-25      26-29    30-35    36-39     40-45        46-49    50-55   56-59 60+
  25%                 28%        22%         9%      12%       6%        7%           3%       4%      2% 4%
                        22%

  20%


  15%
                                                   12%
                                        9%
  10%
                                                                            7%
                                                               6%
   5%                                                                                       3%       4%                       4%
                                                                                                                 2%

   0%
        19 & Under      20-25           26-29      30-35      36-39         40-45        46-49       50-55      56-59         60+
                                                                      Age
                                                                                                                           86
EMCC Student Gender Distribution
Fall Semesters - 45th Day
Source: MCCD Trends website 7/22/03. http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/business/ir/trends/


Fall Semesters - 45th Day

                        1993       1994         1995       1996        1997        1998       1999      2000      2001          2002
Male                     595        710          780        963        1,073       1,597      1,700     1,703     1,999         2,016
Female                 1,094       1,341        1,372      1,660       1,857       2,574      2,604     2,470     2,804         3,219
Undeclared                12         23           12         54          77          51         96       127       155           204
TOTAL                  1,701       2,074        2,164      2,677       3,007       4,222      4,400     4,300     4,958         5,439

                        1993        1994        1995        1996       1997        1998       1999       2000     2001          2002
Male %                  35%         34%         36%         36%        36%         38%        39%        40%      40%           37%
Female %                64%         65%         63%         62%        62%         61%        59%        57%      57%           59%
Undeclared %             1%          1%          1%          2%         3%          1%         2%         3%       3%            4%



                       1993        1994        1995 Gender 1998 1999
                                                           1996
                                                         1997                                           2000      2001          2002
      Male              595         710    Fall 45th Day 1,073 1,597 1,700
                                                780      Enrollment
                                                            963                                         1,703     1,999         2,016
     Female            1,094       1,341       1,372       1,660       1,857      2,574       2,604     2,470      2,804         3,219
   Undeclared
   3,500                 12          23          12          54          77         51          96       127       155           204
                                            Male                   Female                    Undeclared
   3,000



   2,500



   2,000



   1,500



   1,000



     500



       0

              1993        1994        1995         1996        1997         1998           1999       2000      2001       2002
                                                                                                                               87
EMCC Fall 2002 Student Gender Breakdowns
By Day-Evening/Part-time/Full-time
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Maricopa Institutional Data Warehouse using the
Students table on 07/22/03.


Fall 2002 45th Day Enrollment by Gender by Day-Evening/Part-time/Full-time

                          Male        Female        N.C.       Total:                                      % Male           % Female
All Students              2,016        3,219        204        5,439               All Students             39%               61%
Day                       1,309        1,958        126        3,393               Day                      40%               60%
Evening                    707         1,261         78        2,046               Evening                  36%               64%
Part-time                 2,656        1,638        177        4,471               Part-time                60%               40%
Full-time                  563          378          27         968                Full-time                62%               38%
                                                                                   * Percentages exclude not coded (N.C.) responses.



                      Male          Female
All Students                  39%            61%

                             EMCC Student Gender Breakdowns
                                    Male vs. Female
                                       Fall 2002


                                                                                              Male
                                      Female                                                  39%
                                       61%
                                                                                                                            88
EMCC Student Gender Distribution
Spring Semesters - 45th Day
Source: MCCD Trends website 7/22/03. http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/business/ir/trends/

Spring Semesters - 45th Day

                           1993      1994      1995      1996     1997      1998        1999     2000    2001       2002      2003
Male                       519       671       751       773      1,003     1,171       1,456    1,645   1,764      1,816     1,810
Female                     985      1,106     1,297     1,338     1,588     1,944       2,155    2,387   2,507      2,686     3,013
Undeclared                  15       18        14        29        77        49          83       112     135        176       266
TOTAL                     1,519     1,795     2,062     2,140     2,668     3,164       3,694    4,144   4,406      4,678     5,089

                           1993      1994      1995      1996     1997      1998        1999     2000    2001       2002      2003
Male %                     34%       37%       36%       36%       38%       37%        39%      40%       40%      39%          36%
Female %                   65%       62%       63%       63%       60%       61%        58%      58%       57%      57%          59%
Undeclared %               1%        1%        1%        1%        3%        2%         2%       3%        3%       4%           5%

                           1993     1994      1995      1996      1997      1998        1999     2000    2001       2002      2003
       Male                 519      671        Gender
                                               751       773      1,003     1,171       1,456    1,645   1,764      1,816     1,816
      Female                985     1,106     1,297     1,338     1,588     1,944       2,155    2,387   2,507
     Undeclared             15
                                      Spring 45th Day Enrollment
                                      18        14        29        77        49          83      112     135
                                                                                                                    2,686
                                                                                                                    176
                                                                                                                              2,686
                                                                                                                                 176
  3,000
                                     Male                  Female                   Undeclared

  2,500




  2,000




  1,500




  1,000




    500




      0
            1993       1994       1995       1996       1997       1998       1999        2000      2001         2002       2003
                                                                                                                               89
EMCC Spring 2003 Student Gender Breakdowns
By Day-Evening/Part-time/Full-time
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Maricopa Institutional Data Warehouse using the Students
table on 07/22/03.


Spring 2003 45th Day Enrollment by Gender by Day-Evening/Part-time/Full-time

                           Male         Female         N.C.         Total:                                     % Male          %Female
All Students               1,810         3,013         266          5,089            All Students               38%             62%
Day                        1,132         1,817         181          3,130            Day                        38%             62%
Evening                     678          1,196          85          1,959            Evening                    36%             64%
Part-time                  2,453         1,488         239          4,180            Part-time                  63%             37%
Full-time                   560           322           27           909             Full-time                  62%             38%
                                                                                     * Percentages exclude not coded (N.C.) responses.



                        Male          Female
All Students                         Student Gender Breakdowns
                               EMCC 62%
                               38%

                                        Male vs. Female
                                         Spring 2003




                                                                                      Male
                                                                                      40%
                                        Female
                                         60%
                                                                                                                      90
EMCC Students Ethnicity Distribution
Fall Semesters - 45th Day
Source: MCCD Trends website 722/03. http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/business/ir/trends/


Fall Semesters - 45th Day

                             1993      1994       1995      1996       1997      1998     1999     2000      2001      2002
American Indian               15        23         25        38         41        73       57       68        80        82
Asian                         19        32         37        37         56        119      126      141       155       187
Black                         58        63         79        118        124       222      235      202       246       294
Hispanic                      403       501        504       732        863      1,325    1,279    1,186     1,522     1,648
White                       1,161      1,389      1,437     1,616      1,768     2,255    2,424    2,414     2,564     2,733
Other                         45        66         82        136        155       228      279      289       391       495
TOTAL                       1,701      2,074      2,164     2,677      3,007     4,222    4,400    4,300     4,958     5,439

                             1993       1994      1995       1996      1997       1998    1999     2000      2001      2002
American Indian %             1%         1%        1%         1%        1%         2%      1%       2%        2%        2%
Asian %                       1%         2%        2%         1%        2%         3%      3%       3%        3%        3%
Black%                        3%         3%        4%         4%        4%         5%      5%       5%        5%        5%
Hispanic %                   24%        24%       23%        27%       29%        31%     29%      28%       31%       30%
White %                      68%        67%       66%        60%       59%        53%     55%      56%       52%       50%
Other %                       3%         3%        4%         5%        5%         5%      6%       7%        8%        9%



                         1993    1994   1995
                                                          Ethnicity
                                                           1996   1997 1998               1999   2000   2001           2002
       Amer. Ind.          15     23Fall 45th
                                         25                Day Enrollment
                                                            38     41   73                  57    68     80              82
          Asian            19     32     37                   37         56    119         126    141    155            187
          Black
                       Amer. Ind. 63 Asian
                           58            79
                                                            Black
                                                             118
                                                                          Hispanic
                                                                        124    222
                                                                                            White 202 Other
                                                                                           235           246            294
   3,000 Hispanic         403     501    504                 732        863   1,325       1,279 1,186   1522           1,648
          White          1,161 1,389 1,432                  1,616      1,768 2,255        2,424 2,414   2564           2,733
          Other            45     66     82                  136        155    228         279    289    391            495
   2,500



   2,000



   1,500



   1,000



    500



      0

            1993        1994        1995        1996       1997        1998        1999     2000      2001          2002
                                                                                                                             91
EMCC Fall 2002 Student Ethnicity Breakdowns
by Day-Evening/Part-time/Full-time
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Maricopa Institutional Data Warehouse using Students
Table 07/22/03.


Fall 2002 45th Day Enrollment by Ethnicity by Day-Evening/Part-time/Full-time

                                                          African                          American
                         White         Hispanic          American            Asian          Indian            Other          Totals
All Students             2,733          1,648              187                294             82               495           5,439
Day                      1,819           897               139                186             53               299           3,393
Evening                   914            751                48                108             29               196           2,046
Part-time                2,270          1,331              226                152             57               435           4,471
Full-time                 463            317                68                 35             25                60            968

                                                          African                          American
                         White         Hispanic          American            Asian           Indian           Other          Totals
All Students %             50%            30%                3%               5%               2%              9%            100%
Day %                      54%            26%                4%               5%               2%              9%            100%
Evening %                  45%            37%                2%               5%               1%              10%           100%
Part-time %                51%            30%                5%               3%               1%              10%           100%
Full-time %                48%            33%                7%               4%               3%              6%            100%



                                         EMCC Student Ethnicity
                           White                     Fall 2002
                                        Hispanic African Amer.Asian Amermerican IndiaOther
                            50%               30%                   3%             5%                 2%             9%
                      American Indian
                           2%                           Other
               Asian Amer.                               9%
                   5%
     African Amer.
          3%                                                                       White
                                                                                   52%
                                        Hispanic
                                         30%
                                                                                                                           92
EMCC Student Ethnicity Distribution
Spring Semesters - 45th Day
Source: MCCD Trends website 7/22/03. http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/business/ir/trends/


Spring Semesters - 45th Day

                           1993      1994      1995      1996      1997      1998       1999     2000    2001      2002         2003
American Indian             22        15        29        28        39        47         53       52      57        73           68
Asian                       20        35        36        34        46        67         92       116     140       151          166
Black                       43        57        60        72        104       144        152      197     227       235          268
Hispanic                    353       387       454       545       729       922       1,033    1,159   1,137     1,378        1,525
White                      1,030     1,240     1,423     1,384     1,591     1,842      2,132    2,352   2,523     2,448        2,558
Other                       51        61        60        77        159       142        232      268     322       393          504
TOTAL                      1,519     1,795     2,062     2,140     2,668     3,164      3,694    4,144   4,406     4,678        5,089

                           1993      1994      1995      1996      1997      1998       1999     2000    2001      2002         2003
American Indian %           1%        1%        1%        1%        1%        1%         1%       1%      1%        2%           1%
Asian %                     1%        2%        2%        2%        2%        2%         2%       3%      3%        3%           3%
Black%                      3%        3%        3%        3%        4%        5%         4%       5%      5%        5%           5%
Hispanic %                 23%       22%       22%       25%       27%       29%        28%      28%     26%       29%          30%
White %                    68%       69%       69%       65%       60%       58%        58%      57%     57%       52%          50%
Other %                     3%        3%        3%        4%        6%        4%         6%       6%      7%        8%          10%



                   1993    1994  1995 1996
                                        Ethnicity 1998 1999
                                            1997                                                 2000   2001       2002         2003
     Amer. Ind.      22     15    29    28   39    47     53                                       52    57         73           68
       Asian         20     35
                               Spring 45th Day Enrollment
                                  36    34   46    67     92                                      116    140        151          166
3,000 Black          43     57    60    72   104   144   152                                      197    227        235          268

                      Ind. 387 Asian 545Black
      Hispanic Amer.353           454        729   922  1,033
                                                    Hispanic                                     1,159 1137
                                                                                                      White         1378    1,525
                                                                                                                        Other
       White       1,030 1,240 1,423 1,384 1,591 1,842 2,132                                     2,352 2523         2448        2,558
2,500 Other          51     61    60    77   159   142   232                                      268    322        393          504


2,000


1,500


1,000


  500


     0
           1993       1994         1995      1996       1997       1998        1999       2000      2001         2002      2003
                                                                                                                            93
EMCC Spring 2003 Student Ethnicity Breakdowns
By Day-Evening/Part-time/Full-time
Source: EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from Maricopa Institutional Data Warehouse using
the Students Table on 07/22/03.



Spring 2003 45th Day Enrollment by Ethnicity by Day-Evening/Part-time/Full-time

                                                           African        Asian           Indian
                                 White      Hispanic      American       American        American        Other        Totals:
All Students                     2,558       1,525           166           268              68            504          5,089
Day                              1,657        816            121           176              44            316          3,130
Evening                           901         709            45             92              24            188          1,959
Part-time                        2,131       1,223           195           133              45            453          4,180
Full-time                         427         302            73             33              23            51            909

                                                           African        Asian           Indian
                                 White      Hispanic      American       American        American        Other        Totals:
All Students %                    50%          30%           3%              5%              1%           10%         100%
Day %                             53%          26%           4%              6%              1%           10%         100%
Evening %                         46%          36%           2%              5%              1%           10%         100%
Part-time %                       51%          29%           5%              3%              1%           11%         100%
Full-time %                       47%          33%           8%              4%              3%            6%         100%




                                   EMCC Student Ethnicity
                                White Hispanic frican AmeAsian Amer ndian Amer
                                           Spring 2003                                                   Other
                                  50%         30%            3%             5%              1%           10%

                      Indian Amer.                   Other
          Asian Amer.      1%                        10%
              5%

    African
    Amer.                                                                           White
     3%                                                                             52%
                                     Hispanic
                                      30%
                                                                                                                             94
EMCC Part-time vs. Full Time Students
Fall Semesters - 45th Day
Source: MCCD Trends website 7/22/03. http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/business/ir/trends/


Fall Semesters - 45th Day

                       1993        1994        1995       1996        1997       1998          1999       2000       2001         2002
Part-time             1,426        1,796       1,837      2,251       2,483      3,602         3,741      3,653      4,233        4,471
Full-time              275          278         322        426         524        620           659        647        725          968
TOTAL                 1,701        2,074       2,159      2,677       3,007      4,222         4,400      4,300      4,958        5,439

                       1993        1994        1995        1996       1997        1998         1999       2000       2001         2002
Part-time %            84%         87%         85%         84%        83%         85%          85%        85%        85%          82%
Full-time %            16%         13%         15%         16%        17%         15%          15%        15%        15%          18%


                       1993        1994     Part-time vs. Full-time #
                                             1995   1996   1997  1998                          1999       2000       2001         2002
Part-time              1,426       1,796    Fall 45th Day Enrollment
                                             1,837  2,251 2,483  3,602                         3,741      3,653      4,233        4,471
Full-time               275         278         322        426         524        620           659        647        725          968
                                                  Part-time                  Full-time
   5,000

   4,000

   3,000

   2,000

   1,000

       0

             1993        1994        1995         1996        1997        1998          1999           2000       2001       2002


                                                Part-time vs. Full-time %
                                                Fall 45th Day Enrollment
                                                   Part-time %                 Full-time %
  100%

   80%

   60%

   40%

   20%

    0%
             1993        1994        1995         1996        1997        1998          1999           2000       2001       2002
                                                                                                                           95
EMCC Part-time vs. Full Time Students
Spring Semesters - 45th Day
Source: MCCD Trends website 7/22/03. http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/business/ir/trends/


Spring Semesters - 45th Day

                       1994        1995        1996       1997        1998       1999       2000         2001      2002         2003
Part-time             1,546        1,813       1,860      2,292       2,727      3,252      3,609        3,819     4,009        4,180
Full-time              249          249         280        376         437        442        535          587       669          909
TOTAL                 1,795        2,062       2,140      2,668       3,164      3,694      4,144        4,406     4,678        5,089

                       1994        1995        1996        1997       1998        1999         2000      2001       2002        2003
Part-time %            86%         88%         87%         86%        86%         88%          87%       87%        86%         82%
Full-time %            14%         12%         13%         14%        14%         12%          13%       13%        14%         18%


                       1994        1995         Part-time vs. Full-time #
                                               1996    1997    1998   1999                     2000      2001      2002         2003
Part-time              1,546       1,813     Spring 45th Day2,727
                                              1,860  2,292   Enrollment
                                                                   3,252                    3,609        3,819     4,009        4,180
Full-time               249         249         280        376         437        442        535          587       669          909
                                               Part-time                     Full-time
  5,000
  4,500
  4,000
  3,500
  3,000
  2,500
  2,000
  1,500
  1,000
    500
      0

            1994         1995        1996         1997        1998        1999           2000         2001       2002      2003


                                                   Part-time vs. Full-time %
                                                  Spring 45th Day Enrollment

                                                 Part-time %                  Full-time %
   100%
    80%
    60%
    40%
    20%
     0%
              1994        1995        1996        1997        1998        1999          2000          2001       2002      2003
EMCC Degree, Certificate and Award Completers                                                                                                               96
Source: Estrella Mountain Community Colleges Admissions and Records and EMCC Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness
Data accessed from the Maricopa Institutional Research Server (MIRS) using the Student Degrees Table on 7/23/03.
* Students completing the majority of coursework on EMCC's campus. Actual degrees & certificates issued by Glendale Commun
 College prior to Spring 1997. Year consists of summer, fall and spring semesters.


Degree/Certificate                                               Type           1993- 1994- 1995- 1996- 1997- 1998- 1999- 2000- 2001- 2002-
                                                                                1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Associate of Arts                                                AA               9    28    32    37     48   70    77    56     31    13
Associate of Applied Science                                     AAS              0     0     0     5     6     5    21    21     33    53
Associate in Business - General Requirements                     AB               0     0     0     0     0     0     0     1     0     3
Associate of General Studies                                     AGS              0     9     6    29     31   44    50    61     61    58
Associate of Science                                             AS               0     0     2     2     0     0     0     0     2     4
Associate in Transfer Partnership - Accountancy                  ATP              0     0     0     0     0     0     1     3     1     2
Associate in Transfer Partnership - Elem. Education              ATP              0     0     0     0     0     0     3    10     13    11
Associate in Transfer Partnership - Global Business              ATP              0     0     0     0     0     0     0     7     13    23
Associate in Transfer Partnership - Psychology                   ATP              0     0     0     0     0     0     2     0     5     2
Associate in Transfer Partnership - Social Work                  ATP              0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     2     3
Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC-A)                    AGC              0     0     0     0     0     2    15    12     25    28
Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC-B)                    AGC              0     0     0     0     0     1     0     0     1     5
Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC-S)                    AGC              0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     2     4
Administrative Support 1                                         Certificate      0     0     1     1     0     0     0     0     0     0
Computer Applications Technology                                 Certificate      0     0     0     1     0     0     1     2     0     1
Computer Hardware & Desktop Support                              Certificate      0     0     0     0     0     0     0     1     2     2
Data Entry Clerk                                                 Certificate      0     0     2     6     1     1     0     0     0     0
Desktop Publishing                                               Certificate      0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     2
Hospitality/Hotel Management                                     Certificate      0     0     0     0     0     0     0     1     2     1
Microcomputer Applications Technology                            Certificate      0     0     0     0     0     0     0     1     0     0
Microsoft Networking Technology                                  Certificate      0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     3     8
Microsoft NT Product Specialist                                  Certificate      0     0     0     0     0     0    14     4     11    8
Microsoft Systems Engineer                                       Certificate      0     0     0     0     0     0     2     2     3     7
Network Administration-Cisco                                     Certificate      0     0     0     0     0     0    62    55     21    13
Networking Technology - Cisco                                    Certificate      0     0     0     0     0     0     1     5     6     13
Organizational Leadership                                        Certificate      0     0     0     7     22   25    40    29     27    48
Receptionist                                                     Certificate      0     0     0     2     2     2     0     0     0     0
Programming and System Analysis                                  Certificate      0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     1
Small Business Management                                        Certificate      0     0     0     0     0     0     8    19     11    2
Total Quality Management                                         Certificate      0     0     0     0    115   44    44    39     38    23
                                           Total Awards                           9    37    43    90    225   194 341     329   313   338

                                                   Degree & Certificate and Awards
                                 Estrella Mountain1993-94994-95 995-96996-97 997-98 1998-91999-0 2000- 2001-022002-03
Degrees                                    Degrees                     Certificates
                                                                         9    37               40     AGEC
                                                                                                     73  85          Awards154
                                                                                                                      119              159       161         172
Certificates
  200                                                                       0       0           3    17
                                                                                                      172
                                                                                                               140      72     172     158       124
                                                                                                                                                172
                                                                                                                                                             129
AGEC Awards
  160
                                                                           0        0          0    1540         0159 158
                                                                                                                       3       15 12
                                                                                                                               161               28              37
                                                                          140
                                                                                    119                                              124              129
   120
                                                                     85
                                                   73                                     72
    80
                        37            40                                                                                                                    37
    40                                                                                                                                     28
                                                        17                                                  15            12
           9                               3                                                   3
               0   0         0    0            0             0                  0
     0
           1993-94       1994-95       1995-96      1996-97           1997-98        1998-99         1999-00         2000-01    2001-02          2002-03
EMCC Enrollment by Degree and Certificate Intent                                                                                    97
Fall 2002 and Spring 2003
Source: EMCC Office of Planning & Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from the Maricopa Institutional Research Data
Warehouse using the Student Goals, Students and XL Degrees Tables on 07/22/03. Students may be enrolled in more than one program.


Degree Major/Intent                                                                                Fall 2002 Spring 2003
AA            ASSOCIATE OF ARTS                                                                        10                     9
AA            GENERAL REQUIREMENTS                                                                     288                   230
AA            SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS                                                                     70                    97
AA            TPD ELEMENTARY EDUCATION - ASU WEST                                                       1                     1
AA            TPD GLOBAL BUSINESS - ASU WEST                                                            2                     1
AA            TPD SOCIAL WORK - ASU WEST                                                                1                     1
AAS           ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE                                                                 8                    14
AAS           COMPUTER APPLICATIONS TECHNOLOGY                                                         14                    14
AAS           HOSPITALITY/HOTEL MANAGEMENT                                                              6                     8
AAS           MICROSOFT NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY                                                          55                    44
AAS           MICROSOFT SOLUTIONS DEVELOPMENT                                                           7                     4
AAS           NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY: CISCO                                                             45                    42
AAS           ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP                                                                65                    56
AAS           PROGRAMMING & SYSTEM ANALYSIS                                                             5                     8
AB            ASSOCIATE IN BUSINESS                                                                     1                     1
AB            GENERAL REQUIREMENTS                                                                     51                    61
AB            SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS                                                                      3                     5
AGC           ARIZONA GENERAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM (AGEC-A)                                            13                    14
AGC           ARIZONA GENERAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM (AGEC-B)                                             3                     2
AGC           ARIZONA GENERAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM (AGEC-S)                                             3                     3
AGS           ASSOCIATE IN GENERAL STUDIES                                                             703                   686
AGS           ASSOCIATE OF GENERAL STUDIES                                                             11                     8
AS            GENERAL REQUIREMENTS                                                                     24                    23
AS            SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS                                                                     88                    80
ATP           ACCOUNTANCY-ASUM                                                                          1                     2
ATP           ACCOUNTANCY-ASUW                                                                         23                    23
ATP           CIS-ASUM                                                                                 16                    17
ATP           ECN,FIN,MGT,REA,SCM-ASUM                                                                  6                     5
ATP           ELEMENTARY EDUCATION-ASUM                                                                 9                     8
ATP           ELEMENTARY EDUCATION-ASUW                                                                130                   142
ATP           EXERCISE SCIENCE & PHYS ED-ASUM                                                           1                     1
ATP           GENERAL BUSINESS (ECN-SCM)-ASUM                                                          15                    15
ATP           GLOBAL BUSINESS-ASUW                                                                     100                   102
ATP           PSYCHOLOGY (BA)-ASUM                                                                      4                     3
ATP           PSYCHOLOGY (BA)-ASUW                                                                     17                    13
ATP           PSYCHOLOGY (BS)-ASUM                                                                      4                     3
ATP           PSYCHOLOGY (BS)-ASUW                                                                     18                    20
ATP           SOCIAL WORK-ASUW                                                                         37                    35
CCL           COMPUTER APPLICATIONS TECHNOLOGY                                                          7                     7
CCL           COMPUTER HARDWARE & DESKTOP SUPPORT                                                       7                     5
CCL           DESKTOP PUBLISHING                                                                        2                     4
CCL           HOSPITALITY/HOTEL MANAGEMENT                                                              2                     4
CCL           MICROSOFT NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY                                                          10                    11
CCL           MICROSOFT PRODUCT SPECIALIST                                                              7                     5
CCL           MICROSOFT SOLUTIONS DEVELOPMENT                                                           3                     3
CCL           MICROSOFT SYSTEMS ENGINEER                                                               10                     8
CCL           NETWORKING ADMINISTRATION: CISCO                                                          8                     6
EMCC Enrollment by Degree and Certificate Intent                                                                                                 98
Fall 2002 and Spring 2003
Source: EMCC Office of Planning & Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from the Maricopa Institutional Research Data
Warehouse using the Student Goals, Students and XL Degrees Tables on 07/22/03. Students may be enrolled in more than one program.


Degree Major/Intent                                                                                Fall 2002 Spring 2003
CCL           NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY: CISCO                                                             18                     12
CCL           ORACLE APPLICATION DEVELOPER                                                              3                      1
CCL           ORACLE DATABASE ADMINISTRATION                                                            4                      1
CCL           ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP                                                                23                     25
CCL           PROGRAMMING & SYSTEM ANALYSIS                                                             2                      3
CCL           SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT                                                                 6                      6
CCL           TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT                                                                 13                      8
CCL           WEB DEVELOPER                                                                             1                      3
              NOT REPORTED                                                                              1                      1
              NOT SEEKING A DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE                                                      538                    443
              TRANSFER TO A BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAM                                                    755                    837
              UNDECIDED                                                                                902                    759
              FIELD INTEREST - NO DEGREE CERTIFICATE SPECIFIED                                        1,127                  1,097


                                    EMCC Enrollment by Degree Intent


                                                  Fall 2002                         Spring 2003
      800
               714
                       694
      700


      600


      500


      400                          372
                                          339                                   330
                                                                         289
      300
                                                      205 190
      200
                                                                                            112 103
      100                                                                                                       55     67
                                                                                                                                     19   19
         0
               Total AGS           Total AA          Total AAS          Total ATP            Total AS          Total AB              Total AGC
                Degrees            Degrees            Degrees            Degrees             Degrees           Degrees                Degrees


                                                                      Intent
 EMCC Enrollment - No Degree/Certificate Specified                                                                                            99
 Top 10 Field Interest Areas - Fall 2002 and Spring 2003
 Source: EMCC Office of Planning & Institutional Effectiveness. Data accessed from the Maricopa Institutional Research Data
 Warehouse using the Student Goals, Students and XL Degrees Tables on 07/22/03. Students may be enrolled in more than one program.



                Interest Area (No Degree/Cert Specified)                                            Fall 2002 Spring 2003
                Nursing                                                                                 194                    215
                General Studies                                                                         190                    197
                Business, General                                                                       65                     51
                Computer & Info Systems                                                                 64                     51
                Education, Elementary                                                                   56                     64
                Education, Secondary                                                                    45                     45
                Engineering                                                                             43                     35
                Biology                                                                                 41                     39
                Criminal Justice                                                                        37                     36
                Accounting                                                                              34                     23



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                                                                  Fall 2002
GS Degrees                                    No Degree/Certificate Specified 694
                                                                        714
AA Degrees                                                                                 372                 339
   Degrees
AS 250                                                                                     205                 190
TP Degrees                                                                                 289                 330
AS Degrees                                           Fall 2002               Spring       2003
                                                                                           112                 103
AB Degrees                                                                                  55                  67
GC Degrees                                                                                  19                  19
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                ESTRELLA MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

                         STRATEGIC AND INSTITUTIONAL
                            PLANNING DOCUMENTS
DOCUMENT
 NUMBER                   TITLE                                             DATE

 No. 1     Planning Directions: A Conceptual Framework for Planning      August, 1989
 No. 2     West Valley Community Education Needs Assessment             September, 1990
 No. 3     Assessment of Business Programs and Computer Facilities       October, 1989
 No. 4     Conceptual Phase Proposal: New Site for College Facilities    October, 1989
 No. 5     Proposed Physical Education Report                           November, 1989
 No. 6     Strategic Planning Fact Book                                   March, 1990
 No. 7     Report of the Teaching for Learning Subcommittees              April, 1990
 No. 8     Child Care Options                                             May, 1990
 No. 9     Master Plan Report                                             June, 1990
 No. 10    PALS Lab Proposal                                               July, 1990
 No. 11    Project C.Y.C. Final Report                                     July, 1990
 No. 12    Community Planning Process                                    August, 1990
 No. 13    Project CBLC Final Report                                    September, 1991
 No. 14    Establishing a Community Based Literacy Program:             November, 1991
           Dreams, Realities, And Future Directions
 No. 15    Adult Literacy Planning Committee Report                     December, 1991
 No. 16    Capital Planning for the Twenty-First Century                  March, 1992
 No. 17    Blueprints for Planning                                      November, 1996
 No. 18    Insuring Institutional Effectiveness                         November, 1996
 No. 19    Environmental Scan and Fact Book 1997                         January, 1997
 No. 20    Environmental Scan and Fact Book 1999                           June, 1999
 No. 21    Environmental Scan and Fact Book 2000                          August, 2000
 No. 22    Environmental Scan and Fact Book 2001                          August, 2001
 No. 23    Child Care Options ’99                                         August, 1999
 No. 24    Plan for Institutional Effectiveness 1999-2002                 August, 1999
 No. 25    Strategic Plan 2001-2004 (Update)                            September, 2001
 No. 26    Student Success Plan 2001-2005                                  June, 2001
 No. 27    Student Academic Achievement Plan 2001-2011 (Update)         November, 2001
 No 28     Financial Resources Plan 2001-2004                           December, 2001
 No. 29    Academic Plan 2001-2006                                       January, 2002
 No. 30    Information Technology Plan 2002-2006                         February, 2002
 No. 31    Environmental Scan & Fact Book                                 August 2002
 No. 32    Strategic Plan 2002-2005                                     November 2002
 No. 33    Environmental Scan & Fact Book 2002-2003                       August 2003

				
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