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2007 Annual Report


REPORT TYPE:                                    Attachments Report
                                     2007 ANNUAL REPORT ATTACHMENTS


ID# 104000

Institution:H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College




Mail all hard copy attachments that cannot be uploaded into the software to:

                                                  Council on Occupational Education
                                                    41 Perimeter Center East, NE
                                                              Suite 640
                                                          Atlanta, GA 30346




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REPORT TYPE:                                    Address Information




Campus ID: 104000
Campus Type                                                           Main Campus
Campus Name                                                           H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College
Branch Name
Extra Address (Ex: Robins AFB)
Street Address                                                        1225 Air Base Blvd.
Alternate (Mailing) Address                                           1225 Air Base Blvd.
City                                                                  Montgomery
State                                                                 AL
Zip                                                                   36108
Telephone                                                             334-420-4216
Fax                                                                   334-420-4206
E-Mail                                                                mjohnson@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Web Site URL                                                          www.trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Chief Administrative Officer
Name                                                                  Sam Munnerlyn
Title                                                                 Interim President
Phone                                                                 334-420-4215
Email                                                                 smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Accreditation Liaison Officer
Name                                                                  Dr. Suresh Kaushik
Title                                                                 Dean of Development
Phone                                                                 334-420-4244
Email                                                                 skaushik@trenholmtech.cc.al.us




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Campus ID: 104001
Campus Type                                            Branch
Campus Name                                            H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College
Branch Name                                            John Patterson Campus
Extra Address (Ex: Robins AFB)
Street Address                                         3920 Troy Highway
Alternate (Mailing) Address                            3920 Troy Highway
City                                                   Montgomery
State                                                  AL
Zip                                                    36116
Telephone                                              334-420-4211
Fax                                                    334-420-4201
E-Mail                                                 smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Web Site URL                                           www.trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Chief Administrative Officer
Name                                                   Samuel Munnerlyn
Title                                                  Interim President
Phone                                                  334-420-4215
Email                                                  smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Accreditation Liaison Officer
Name                                                   Dr. Suresh Kaushik
Title                                                  Dean of Development
Phone                                                  334-420-4244
Email                                                  skaushik@trenholmtech.cc.al.us




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Campus ID: 104002
Campus Type                                            Extension
Campus Name                                            H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College
Branch Name
Extra Address (Ex: Robins AFB)
Street Address                                         2755 Montgomery Mall
Alternate (Mailing) Address                            2755 Montgomery Mall
City                                                   Montgomery
State                                                  AL
Zip                                                    36116
Telephone                                              334-420-4495
Fax                                                    334-286-9460
E-Mail                                                 smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Web Site URL                                           www.trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Chief Administrative Officer
Name                                                   Samuel Munnerlyn
Title                                                  Interim President
Phone                                                  334-420-4215
Email                                                  smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Accreditation Liaison Officer
Name                                                   Dr. Suresh Kaushik
Title                                                  Dean of Development
Phone                                                  334-420-4244
Email                                                  skaushik@trenholmtech.cc.al.us




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Campus ID: 104003
Campus Type                                            Extension
Campus Name                                            H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College
Branch Name
Extra Address (Ex: Robins AFB)
Street Address                                         5420 Troy Highway
Alternate (Mailing) Address                            5420 Troy Highway
City                                                   Montgomery
State                                                  AL
Zip                                                    36116
Telephone                                              334-420-4408
Fax                                                    334-281-4391
E-Mail                                                 smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Web Site URL                                           www.trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Chief Administrative Officer
Name                                                   Samuel Munnerlyn
Title                                                  Interim President
Phone                                                  334-420-4215
Email                                                  smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Accreditation Liaison Officer
Name                                                   Dr. Suresh Kaushik
Title                                                  Dean of Development
Phone                                                  334-420-4244
Email                                                  skaushik@trenholmtech.cc.al.us




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Campus ID: 104004
Campus Type                                            Extended Classroom
Campus Name                                            H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College
Branch Name                                            Extended Classroom: Bullock County Career Technical Center
Extra Address (Ex: Robins AFB)
Street Address                                         304 Blackmon Street
Alternate (Mailing) Address                            304 Blackmon Street
City                                                   Union Springs
State                                                  AL
Zip                                                    36108
Telephone                                              334-420-4211
Fax                                                    334-420-4201
E-Mail                                                 smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Web Site URL                                           www.trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Chief Administrative Officer
Name                                                   Samuel Munnerlyn
Title                                                  Interim President
Phone                                                  334-420-4215
Email                                                  smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Accreditation Liaison Officer
Name                                                   Dr. Suresh Kaushik
Title                                                  Dean of Development
Phone                                                  334-420-4244
Email                                                  skaushik@trenholmtech.cc.al.us




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REPORT TYPE:                                    General Report Questions

General



  1. Is this institution, or any of its branches, accredited or a candidate for accreditation by a recognized accrediting agency other than COE?
     no
  2. If yes, please state which agency:
     ___________________
  3. Is the institution currently processing Pell Grants?
     yes
  4. Is the institution currently processing Federal loans?
     no
  5. Has the institution ever processed Federal loans?
     yes
  6. Administrative and supervisory: Number Full Time
     41
  7. Administrative and supervisory: Number Part Time
     1
  8. Support Staff: Number Full Time
     49
  9. Support Staff: Number Part Time
     3
 10. Faculty: Number Full Time
     63
 11. Faculty: Number Part Time
     51
 12. Reporting Period For All Programs: From
     July 1, 2006
 13. Reporting Period For All Programs: To
     June 30, 2007
 14. Web Address Of Online Catalog (if available):
     www.trenholmtech.cc.al.us




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REPORT TYPE:                                    Combined FTE

FTE Information



  1. CONTACT HOURS
     ___________________
  2. SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS
     36112
  3. QUARTER CREDIT HOURS
     ___________________
  4. Total FTE
     1204




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REPORT TYPE:                                     Conditions of Accreditation

Conditions of Accreditation



  1. The institution demonstrates that it satisfies each of the eligibility requirements to become a Candidate for Accreditation. (See
     Handbook of Accreditation, page 7.)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution conducts its affairs with acceptable standards of honesty and integrity.
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution meets all lawful obligations imposed by state and federal agencies.
     yes
     Explain:

  4. The institution has notified the Commission of any individual affiliated with the institution who has been debarred by a government
     agency or another accrediting agency or was an owner, an administrator, or a governing-board member of a COE-affiliated institution
     that was denied accreditation, was dropped from accreditation, or closed without providing a teach-out or refunds to currently enrolled
     students.
     na
     Explain:

  5. The institution offers pre-baccalaureate (degree and/or non-degree) postsecondary instruction in career and technical education.
     yes
     Explain:

  6. The institution maintains a permanent accreditation file which contains items set forth in the Commission conditions. (See Handbook of
     Accreditation, page 18)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. The institution is legally authorized to operate within the jurisdiction in which it is located.



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      yes
      Explain:

  8. NON-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS ONLY: (If required to operate) The institution has an original current license for the main campus and
     each branch and/or extension.
     na
     Explain:

  9. The on-site administrator or other full-time employee at the main campus attended a Commission Self-Study Workshop within six to
     eighteen months prior to hosting the accreditation visiting team.
     yes
     Explain:

 10. For initial accreditation, the institution has placed a notice in the appropriate newspaper(s) and/or media services that it is applying for
     initial accreditation with the Commission of COE in compliance with Commission criteria.
     na
     Explain:

 11. The institution has informed the Commission of all planned and unplanned substantive changes.
     na
     Explain:

 12. Innovative or experimental programs operated at variance with the standards have received Commission concurrence prior to
     implementation.
     na
     Explain:

 13. Documents the institution has filed with the Commission accurately represent the status of the institution. (NOTE: If this statement is
     checked “NO”, documentation which demonstrates the institution’s misrepresentation must be submitted with the annual report.)
     yes
     Explain:

 14. (Accredited Institutions Only) The institution’s use of the accreditation seal is in compliance with Commission conditions. (See
     Handbook of Accreditation, page 18)
     yes
     Explain:




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 15. The institution adheres to the Commission’s condition on the monitoring of institutional growth and has notified the Commission of
     increases in total Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) that equal or exceed 25% of the established baseline.
     yes
     Explain:

 16. All student recruitment activities used by the institution are truthful and avoid any false or misleading impressions of the institution, its
     programs and services, or employment, and are in compliance with Commission conditions. (See Handbook of Accreditation, page 32)
     yes
     Explain:

 17. All media used by the institution for advertising purposes are truthful and presented with dignity to avoid any false or misleading
     impressions of the institution, its programs and services, or employment, and are in compliance with Commission conditions. (See
     Handbook of Accreditation, page 32)
     yes
     Explain:

 18. A catalog and/or other official publications, which are published in hard copy or provided online, provide information specified in the
     Handbook of Accreditation, pages 60-61 (items a. 1 through 16), and are readily available to students, prospective students, and other
     members of the interested public.
     yes
     Explain:

 19. If the institution employed a consultant for the purpose of assisting in the accreditation process, it submitted a copy of the consultant’s
     resume within 7 days after employment was secured.
     na
     Explain:

 20. There is a clear indication that the faculty and staff were primarily responsible for the preparation, editing, and revision of documents
     required in the accreditation process.
     yes
     Explain:

 21. The institution’s accreditation liaison officer is a permanent staff member located at the main campus.
     yes
     Explain:

      A “Yes” response for statements #21-28 signifies that the institution is in compliance with the Commission’s conditions.




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 22. The institution is not the subject of an interim action by a state agency potentially leading to the suspension, revocation, or termination
     of the institution’s legal authority to provide postsecondary education.
     yes
     Explain:

 23. The institution has not had its state license suspended, revoked, or terminated, even if the required due process procedures have not
     been completed.
     yes
     Explain:

 24. The institution has not voluntarily withdrawn its candidacy or accreditation while not in good standing from a nationally recognized
     accrediting agency within the previous 24 months.
     yes
     Explain:

 25. The institution has not had its candidacy or accreditation withdrawn or been placed on public probation by a nationally recognized
     accrediting agency within the previous 24 months.
     yes
     Explain:

 26. The institution is not the subject of an interim action by another accrediting agency potentially leading to the suspension, revocation, or
     withdrawal of candidacy or accreditation.
     yes
     Explain:

 27. The institution has not been notified of the loss of any agency’s accreditation even if the due process procedures have not been
     completed.
     yes
     Explain:

 28. If the institution is presently accredited by another nationally recognized accrediting agency, it describes itself in identical terms to each
     agency with regard to identity (i.e., main campus, branch campus, branch campus to main campus relationship), mission, governance,
     programs, degrees, diplomas, certificates, personnel, finances, and constituents.
     yes
     Explain:

 29. If the institution is seeking dual accreditation, the reasons for wanting dual accreditation have been submitted to each accrediting




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      agency and to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education, and the institution has also designated which agency’s accreditation
      is to be utilized in determining the institution’s eligibility for program participation under the Higher Education Act.
      na
      Explain:

 30. Branch or extension ownership is the same (same entity, proprietorship or partnership, or the same corporation) as the main campus.
     yes
     Explain:

 31. Branch or extension names that have been expanded from the name of the main campus to clearly identify different locations or
     specific programs have been approved by the Commission.
     yes
     Explain:

 32. The complete name of the main campus is identified in all publications and advertisements when referring to a branch campus,
     extension campus, or instructional service center.
     yes
     Explain:

 33. Duplicate records on personnel, financial matters, student attendance, and educational progress for branches, extensions, extended
     classrooms, instructional service centers, and/or auxiliary instructional sites are kept at the main campus. (NOTE: Institutions capable
     of maintaining and accessing records electronically may keep all records previously mentioned at the main campus.)
     yes
     Explain:

 34. The on-site branch administrator reports to the on-site chief administrator at the main campus.
     yes
     Explain:

 35. Programs offered at branches are described in the main campus catalog or branch supplement.
     yes
     Explain:

 36. Programs offered at the branch that are not offered at the main campus are described in the main campus catalog.
     yes
     Explain:




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 37. All extensions are located within a 50-mile radius of the main campus.
     yes
     Explain:

 38. All extension programs are included in the main campus catalog.
     yes
     Explain:

 39. All extended classrooms are supervised by the administration of the main or branch campus.
     yes
     Explain:

 40. All instructional service centers are under the direct control of the main campus and located within the geographic service area
     designated by the governing board of the institution.
     yes
     Explain:

 41. All instructional service center offerings are approved by the Commission.
     yes
     Explain:

 42. Appropriate student services are available on-site at the instructional service center and the full range of services is made accessible to
     participating students at the main campus.
     yes
     Explain:

 43. All instructional service centers are a joint venture between the institution and an employer or another educational agency.
     na
     Explain:

 44. The complete name of the main campus is identified in all publications and advertisements when referring to an instructional service
     center.
     na
     Explain:

 45. Supervision of all auxiliary instructional sites is provided by the chief administrative officer of the institution.
     yes




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      Explain:




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REPORT TYPE:                                    Standards 2007

Standard 1

                                                                        General
  1. The primary mission of the institution is to instruct students to such competency levels that they are qualified for initial employment
     and/or career advancement. (Objective 1-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution’s mission is clearly and concisely stated in written form and represents the official statement of the institution.
     (Objective 1-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution has an appropriate publication that accurately presents its mission statement and the educational programs offered to
     achieve its mission. (Objective 1-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. The current mission statement is publicly available and is used consistently in publications. (Objective 1-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. An organized and functional institutional advisory committee composed primarily of external personnel is used to provide community
     involvement in maintaining a relevant mission for the institution. (Objective 1-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. A program of public information and community relations is maintained to promote the institution’s mission in its community.
     (Objective 1-3)
     yes
     Explain:




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Standard 2 - Composite

                                                               Admissions/Recruiting
  1. The institution’s admissions policies are clearly stated, published, and made available to students prior to enrollment. (Objective 2-A-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. For all students admitted to a Vocational English-As-A-Second-Language Program, the institution utilizes written admission
     procedures that comply with policies established by the Commission. (Objective 2-A-1) (See “Vocational English-As-A-Second-
     Language Programs” in the current edition of the Policies and Rules of the Commission.)
     na
     Explain:

  3. The institution clearly defines and publishes a policy on the transfer of students between programs within the institution and the transfer
     of students from other institutions. (Objective 2-A-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. Admission requirements offer reasonable expectations for successful completion of the occupational programs offered by the institution
     regardless of the delivery mode. (Objective 2-A-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. Students admitted into Associate Degree programs have a high school diploma or its equivalent. (Objective 2-A-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. For all students admitted on an “ability to benefit” basis, the institution has written admissions procedures, applies these uniformly,
     provides documented evidence on how they are used, maintains records on student progress, and regularly evaluates the effectiveness
     of the procedures used in admitting these students. (Objective 2-A-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. All students who do not meet the institution’s admissions criteria yet are admitted on an “ability to benefit” basis must meet the ability
     to benefit criteria of the Commission. (Objective 2-A-2)
     yes
     Explain:




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  8. The institution ensures that recruiting activities are ethical and that all materials used in recruiting accurately describe the mission,
     instructional outcomes, student performance expectations, and completion requirements of each program. (Objective 2-A-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  9. Prior to admission, students are informed of the costs of the program and any equipment and services required. (Objective 2-A-3)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                                     Programs
  1. Occupational education programs offered by the institution are congruent with the mission of the institution and with the occupational
     needs of the people served by the institution. (Objectives 2-A-2 and 2-B-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The objectives for each educational program are evaluated annually. (Objective 2-B-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Each occupational education program has clearly stated objectives, defined content relevant to these objectives and the current needs of
     business and industry, and student evaluation based on the program objectives and content. (Objective 2-B-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. A systematic process has been implemented to document that the objectives and content of programs are current. (Objective 2-B-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. At least every two years, three bonafide potential employers review each educational program and recommend admission requirements,
     program content, program length, program objectives, competency tests, instructional materials, equipment, method of evaluation, and
     level of skills and/or proficiency required for completion, and appropriateness of the delivery mode for the program. (Objectives 2-B-2
     and 2-B-4)
     yes
     Explain:




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  6. The institution considers the length and the tuition of each program in relation to the documented entry level earnings of completers.
     (Objective 2-B-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. Courses required for each program are offered with sufficient frequency for the student to complete the program within the publicized
     time frame. (Objective 2-B-3)
     yes
     Explain:

     Associate Degree programs offered must meet the following requirements:
  8. The appropriate applied degree title, such as Associate of Applied Technology, Associate of Applied Science, Associate of
     Occupational Studies, Associate of Science, or Associate of Occupational Technology, is used.
     yes
     Explain:

     Associate Degree programs offered must meet the following requirements:
  9. The program has a minimum of 60 semester hours or 90 quarter hours.
     yes
     Explain:

     Associate Degree programs offered must meet the following requirements:
 10. The program includes a minimum of 15 semester hours or 23 quarter hours of general education courses, with a minimum of one course
     from each of the following areas: humanities, behavioral sciences, natural or applied sciences, and mathematics. (Objective 2-B-5)
     yes
     Explain:

     All programs, regardless of location or time or mode of delivery, are qualitatively consistent with those offered on the main
     campus, and must:
 11. Be approved and administered under established institutional policies and procedures and supervised by an administrator who is part of
     the institutional organization.
     yes
     Explain:

      All programs, regardless of location or time or mode of delivery, are qualitatively consistent with those offered on the main
      campus, and must:




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 12. Have appropriate involvement of on-campus administrators and faculty in planning, approval, and on-going evaluation.
     yes
     Explain:

     All programs, regardless of location or time or mode of delivery, are qualitatively consistent with those offered on the main
     campus, and must:
 13. Have individual student records, including period of enrollment, financial, and educational program records, permanently maintained
     by the institution at the main campus.
     yes
     Explain:

     All programs, regardless of location or time or mode of delivery, are qualitatively consistent with those offered on the main
     campus, and must:
 14. Be described in appropriate catalogs, brochures, and/or other promotional materials and include tuition/fee charges, refund policies,
     admissions and academic requirements, and information technology requirements.
     yes
     Explain:

     All programs, regardless of location or time or mode of delivery, are qualitatively consistent with those offered on the main
     campus, and must:
 15. Provide for timely and meaningful interaction among faculty and students. (Objectives 2-B-6 and 2-B-8)
     yes
     Explain:

 16. A credit hour is equivalent to a minimum of each of the following: one semester credit for 15 clock hours of lecture, 30 clock hours of
     laboratory, or 45 clock hours of work-based activities; or one quarter credit for 10 clock hours of lecture, 20 clock hours of laboratory,
     or 30 clock hours of work-based activities. (Objective 2-B-7)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                                 Instruction
  1. Academic competencies and occupational skills are integrated into the instructional program for each occupational area. (Objective 2-
     C-1)
     yes
     Explain:




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  2. The instructional programs provide instruction in the competencies essential to success in the occupation, including job knowledge, job
     skills, work habits, and attitudes. (Objective 2-C-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Occupational advisory committees appointed for each program or program area are used to ensure that desirable, relevant, and current
     practices of each occupation are being taught. Each committee (a) is composed of at least three members, all being external to the
     institution; (b) meets at least twice annually with a majority of official members present; and (c) keeps minutes of each meeting to
     document their activities and recommendations. The occupational advisory committee may also perform the functions of the
     institutional advisory committee if only one occupational advisory committee is required for the institution. (Objectives 2-B-2 and 2-C-
     2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. Occupational advisory committees include, as part of their regularly scheduled meetings, a review of the appropriateness of the type of
     instruction (e.g. lecture, laboratory, and/or work-based instruction) offered within each program to assure that students are provided
     with sufficient opportunities to practice and gain competency with specific skills required for successful completion of the program.
     (Objectives 2-B-7 and 2-C-4)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. Job-related health, safety, and fire-prevention are an integral part of instruction. (Objectives 2-C-2 and 2-C-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. To develop skill proficiency, sufficient practice is provided with equipment and materials similar to those currently used in the
     occupation. (Objective 2-C-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. Instruction in classrooms, shops, laboratories, and distance education locations is effectively organized as evidenced by course outlines,
     lesson plans, competency tests, and other instructional materials. (Objective 2-C-4)
     yes
     Explain:

  8. The institution uses a systematic, objective, and equitable method of evaluating student achievement based on required competencies.




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      (Objective 2-C-5)
      yes
      Explain:

  9. Each work-based activity has a written instructional plan for students specifying the particular objectives, experiences, competencies,
     and evaluations that are required. (Objective 2-C-6)
     yes
     Explain:

 10. The instructional plan designates the on-site employer representative responsible for guiding and overseeing the students’ learning
     experiences and participating in the students’ written evaluations. (Objective 2-C-6)
     yes
     Explain:

 11. All work-based activities conducted by the institution are supervised by a designated employee possessing appropriate qualifications.
     (Objective 2-C-6)
     yes
     Explain:



Standard 3

                                                               General Information
  1. Individual student progress data, including (a) appropriate evaluations of knowledge and skills required for occupation(s) studied and
     (b) notations of completion(s) of and/or withdrawal from programs, are maintained and made a part of his/her record. (Objective 3-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution submits demonstrably accurate program completion data each year to the Commission for comparison with similar
     COE-accredited institutions and takes any actions required by the Commission due to the overall completion rate being unacceptably
     lower than the completion rates for peer institutions. (Objective 3-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution submits demonstrably accurate program placement data each year to the Commission for comparison with similar COE-
     accredited institutions and takes any actions required by the Commission due to the overall placement rate being unacceptably lower




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      than the placement rates for peer institutions. (This criterion does not apply to secondary students.) (Objective 3-2)
      yes
      Explain:

  4. For each educational program requiring a licensure examination, the institution submits demonstrably accurate licensure performance
     data each year to the Commission for comparison with similar COE-accredited institutions and takes any actions required by the
     Commission due to the overall licensure examination pass rate being unacceptably lower than the licensure examination pass rates for
     peer institutions. (This criterion does not apply to secondary students.) (Objective 3-2)
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan to ensure that follow-up is systematic and continuous, and includes the following elements:
  5. Identification of responsibility for coordination of all follow-up activities.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan to ensure that follow-up is systematic and continuous, and includes the following elements:
  6. Collection of information from completers and employers of completers.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan to ensure that follow-up is systematic and continuous, and includes the following elements:
  7. Information collected from completers and employers of completers focused on program effectiveness for various modes of delivery
     and relevance to job requirements.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan to ensure that follow-up is systematic and continuous, and includes the following elements:
  8. Placement and follow-up information used to evaluate and improve the quality of program outcomes.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan to ensure that follow-up is systematic and continuous, and includes the following elements:
  9. Placement and follow-up information made available at least on an annual basis to all instructional personnel and administrative staff.
     (Objective 3-3)
     yes
     Explain:




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Standard 4

                                                             General Information
     The institution has a written strategic plan that includes, as a minimum, the following components:
  1. Mission of the institution;
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written strategic plan that includes, as a minimum, the following components:
  2. Vision of the institution;
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written strategic plan that includes, as a minimum, the following components:
  3. Objectives for a minimum period of three years;
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written strategic plan that includes, as a minimum, the following components:
  4. Strategies for achieving the objectives;
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written strategic plan that includes, as a minimum, the following components:
  5. Strategies for evaluating progress toward achieving the objectives. (Objectives 4-1, 4-2, and 4-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. The strategic plan is reviewed by the faculty, administration, and institutional advisory committee and revised as necessary at least
     annually. (Objective 4-4)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. The results of the evaluation of progress toward achieving the objectives are documented annually. (Objective 4-4)




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      yes
      Explain:



Standard 5

                                                               Media Services
     The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:
  1. The scope and availability of the services.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:
  2. A variety of current and relevant educational materials, such as reference books; periodicals and manuals of a business, professional,
     technical, and industrial nature; audio-visual materials and equipment; internet access; and other materials to help fulfill the institution’s
     purposes and support its educational programs.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:
  3. The staff person (administrative, supervisory, or instructional) responsible for the implementation and coordination of the media
     services.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:
  4. Roles and responsibilities of designated staff member(s).
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:
  5. Orientation for user groups (i.e., instructors, students, and others).
     yes
     Explain:

      The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:




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  6. Facilities essential for using media materials.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:
  7. Annual budgetary support for the services.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:
  8. Evaluation of the effectiveness of media services and utilization of the results to modify and improve media services. (Objectives 5-1
     and 5-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  9. A current inventory of media resources is maintained. (Objective 5-1)
     yes
     Explain:

 10. Provisions are made for necessary repair, maintenance, and/or replacement of media equipment and supplies. (Objective 5-1)
     yes
     Explain:

 11. Services for creating instructional media (both print and non-print) are adequate and appropriate to support all students and faculty in
     meeting the objectives of the education program(s). (Objective 5-2)
     yes
     Explain:

 12. Media services, facilities, and materials are accessible and available for use by students and instructors. (Objective 5-2)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                            Instructional Equipment
  1. The institution has a system of instructional equipment inventory. (Objective 5-1)
     yes




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      Explain:

  2. Funds are budgeted to provide instructional equipment at a level that assures quality occupational education. (Objective 5-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution has a system for emergency purchases to assure the acquisition and/or repair of equipment within a reasonable period of
     time to support continuous instruction. (Objective 5-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. Relevant and up-to-date equipment is available to support the instructional programs offered by the institution. (Objectives 5-1 and 5-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. The institution has a written plan for maintaining equipment and for replacing or disposing of obsolete equipment. (Objectives 5-1 and
     5- 2)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. All instructional equipment meets appropriate and required safety standards. (Objective 5-3)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                                Instructional Supplies
  1. Instructional supplies are available to support the instructional programs offered by the institution. (Objective 5-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution has a system for purchasing and storing instructional supplies. (Objective 5-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Funds are budgeted to provide supplies at a level that assures quality of occupational education. (Objective 5-2)
     yes




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      Explain:

  4. The institution has a system for emergency purchases of instructional supplies within a reasonable period of time to support continuous
     instruction. (Objective 5-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. First aid supplies are readily available. (Objective 5-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. All instructional supplies meet appropriate and required safety standards. (Objective 5-3)
     yes
     Explain:



Standard 6

                                                                 General
  1. A plan for facility and campus improvement has been developed and is maintained that includes, if applicable, distance education
     infrastructure. (Objectives 6-1 and 6-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. An appropriate plan for the operation, maintenance, and improvement of the physical plant (including elements addressing personnel,
     equipment, supplies, relevant state law, and applicable federal codes and procedures) has been developed, is in use, is available to
     employees and students, and is regularly evaluated/revised. (Objectives 6-1 and 6-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Existing physical plant at all locations provides adequate, safe, and clean facilities with appropriate supporting utilities for classrooms,
     laboratories/shops, offices, restrooms, lounges, meeting rooms, parking, etc. (Objective 6-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. An appropriate plan for assuring the health and safety of the institution’s employees, students, and guests has been developed; includes




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      a system for reporting and investigating accidents; is in use; has been distributed to employees; is available to students; and is regularly
      evaluated/revised with appropriate input from employees and students. (Objective 6-2)
      yes
      Explain:



Standard 7

                                                                      General
  1. A qualified financial officer or department oversees the financial and business operations of the institution. (Objectives 7-1 and 7-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. Financial records are maintained so that the institution’s fiscal position may be analyzed in a timely manner. (Objectives 7-1 and 7-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution demonstrates responsible financial management with funds sufficient to maintain quality educational programs and to
     complete the education of all students enrolled. (Objectives 7-1 and 7-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. The institution considers its financial resources as a basis for strategic planning. (Objectives 7-1 and 7-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. The institution uses adequate auditing and budgetary controls and procedures in keeping with local, state, and federal requirements.
     (Objectives 7-1 and 7- 2)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. The institution exercises proper management, financial controls, and business practices. (Objectives 7-1, 7-2, and 7-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. All persons handling institutional funds or revenues from any source are bonded or covered under an employee-dishonesty insurance




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      policy. (Objective 7-2)
      yes
      Explain:

  8. Financial aid programs utilizing public and/or private funds are capably administered and accurately documented. (Objective 7-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  9. Qualified personnel are responsible for proper record-keeping, reporting, and auditing. (Objective 7-4)
     yes
     Explain:

     Special Requirement for Public Institutions
 10. The institution clearly identifies sources of funds and revenues and shows evidence of fiscal stability. (Objectives 7-1 and 7-2)
     yes
     Explain:

     Special Requirements for Non-Public Institutions (Items 11 through 15)
 11. To document financial stability, the institution submits annual audited financial statements prepared by an independent certified public
     accountant and completed COE financial forms. Financial statements are prepared in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting
     Principles (GAAP). The audit is performed in accordance with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS). A
     separate income statement must be provided for the main campus and each branch campus. (See definition of audited financial
     statements in Section VII. Definitions, Standard Seven.) For initial accreditation, non-public institutions must submit audited financial
     statements for the two most recent fiscal years, the first of those two years must be the audited financial statements submitted with the
     institution’s candidacy application and the second audited financial statements must represent activity while the institution is in
     candidate status. (Objectives 7-1 and 7-2)
     na
     Explain:

     As a minimum, the institution documents its financial stability by demonstrating that the following conditions exist:
 12. A minimum ratio of current assets to current liabilities of 1 to 1.
     na
     Explain:

     As a minimum, the institution documents its financial stability by demonstrating that the following conditions exist:
 13. A minimum ratio of total assets to total liabilities of 1 to 1.
     na




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      Explain:

     As a minimum, the institution documents its financial stability by demonstrating that the following conditions exist:
 14. A two-year history of net income or the absence of a net loss within the last two years.
     na
     Explain:

     As a minimum, the institution documents its financial stability by demonstrating that the following conditions exist:
 15. No contingent liabilities or on-going litigation which could potentially affect the institution’s ability to continue operation. (Objective
     7-2)
     na
     Explain:

     The institution has a fair and equitable refund policy for the refund of tuition, fees, and other institutional charges in the event
     the institution cancels a class or if a student does not enter or does not complete the period of enrollment for which the student
     has been charged. All of the following are elements of a fair and equitable plan:
 16. The institution’s refund policy is published in the catalog and uniformly administered.
     yes
     Explain:
      (Refund Policy (See “Refund Policy” in the current edition of the Policies and Rules of the Commission.))

     The institution has a fair and equitable refund policy for the refund of tuition, fees, and other institutional charges in the event
     the institution cancels a class or if a student does not enter or does not complete the period of enrollment for which the student
     has been charged. All of the following are elements of a fair and equitable plan:
 17. Refunds, when due, are made without requiring a request from the student.
     yes
     Explain:
      (Refund Policy (See “Refund Policy” in the current edition of the Policies and Rules of the Commission.))

     The institution has a fair and equitable refund policy for the refund of tuition, fees, and other institutional charges in the event
     the institution cancels a class or if a student does not enter or does not complete the period of enrollment for which the student
     has been charged. All of the following are elements of a fair and equitable plan:
 18. Refunds, when due, are made within 45 days (1) of the last day of attendance if written notification has been provided to the institution
     by the student, or (2) from the date the institution terminates the student or determines withdrawal by the student.
     yes
     Explain:
      (Refund Policy (See “Refund Policy” in the current edition of the Policies and Rules of the Commission.))




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     The institution has a fair and equitable refund policy for the refund of tuition, fees, and other institutional charges in the event
     the institution cancels a class or if a student does not enter or does not complete the period of enrollment for which the student
     has been charged. All of the following are elements of a fair and equitable plan:
 19. Retention of tuition and fees collected in advance for a student who does not commence class does not exceed $100.
     yes
     Explain:
      (Refund Policy (See “Refund Policy” in the current edition of the Policies and Rules of the Commission.))

     The institution has a fair and equitable refund policy for the refund of tuition, fees, and other institutional charges in the event
     the institution cancels a class or if a student does not enter or does not complete the period of enrollment for which the student
     has been charged. All of the following are elements of a fair and equitable plan:
 20. The institution complies with the refund policies adopted by the Commission. (Objective 7-4)
     yes
     Explain:



Standard 8

                                                                       General
  1. Duties and responsibilities of each position are specified in written job descriptions made available to staff members. (Objective 8-A-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution has provided and implemented appropriate and published procedures for handling complaints/grievances for faculty and
     staff, consistent with the policies of the institution’s governing board. (Objective 8-A-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Appropriate procedures have been developed for the continuous evaluation of the performance and effectiveness of all institutional
     employees, with at least an annual written formal review and evaluation. (Objective 8-A-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. Appropriate orientation procedures for all employees are maintained and followed equitably. (Objective 8-A-4)
     yes
     Explain:




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                                                                     Faculty
  1. The institution has a sufficient number of faculty members to fulfill its mission and operate its programs. (Objective 8-B-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. Each faculty member has at least a high school diploma (or its equivalent) and demonstrated competency in the technical area of
     instruction. (Objective 8-B-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Additional requirements established for faculty members by the institution’s governing board and/or state regulatory agencies are met.
     (Objective 8-B-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. Faculty members who teach general education courses in Associate Degree programs hold a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree with 15
     semester hours or 23 quarter hours in the teaching discipline. (In exceptional cases, evidence of outstanding professional experience or
     creative achievement in the field may be considered in lieu of formal academic preparation.) (Objective 8-B-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. Faculty members who teach in technical areas of associate degree programs have a minimum of an Associate Degree. (In exceptional
     cases, evidence of outstanding experience and skills in the technical field may be considered in lieu of formal academic requirements.)
     (Objective 8-B-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. The institution plans, provides, supports, and annually documents professional growth opportunities for and participation by all faculty
     members. (Objective 8-B-2, 3)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. Documentation is available to demonstrate that each faculty member in a technical field maintains liaison with employers in the
     technical field through periodic visitations and personal contact. (Objective 8-B-3)




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      yes
      Explain:



                                                   Administrative and Supervisory Personnel
  1. The institution has a sufficient number of administrative and supervisory personnel to fulfill its mission and operate its programs.
     (Objective 8-C-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. All administrative and supervisory personnel possess postsecondary education credentials and/or experience and demonstrated
     competencies appropriate to their areas of responsibility. (Objective 8-C-2)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                            Instructional Support Staff
  1. The institution has a sufficient number of instructional support staff members to fulfill its mission and operate its programs. (Objective
     8-D-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. Clerical personnel are employed to maintain student records and financial records; to assist in producing instructional materials; and to
     prepare correspondence, reports, and other records as needed. (Objective 8-D-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. All instructional support staff possess education credentials and/or experience and demonstrated competencies appropriate to their areas
     of responsibility. (Objective 8-D-2)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                       Non-Instructional Support Services




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  1. Custodial services are available to provide routine care and maintenance of facilities and grounds for the institution. (Objective 8-E)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. Preventative maintenance services are provided to ensure continued operation of the facilities. (Objective 8-E)
     yes
     Explain:



Standard 9

                                                                    General
  1. The institution has a properly constituted governing body or board that has the legal authority and responsibility for the institution’s
     operation and control. (Objective 9-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. If applicable, the non-public institution has in custody the currently valid original document(s), typically a license, required to operate
     as an occupational education institution within the state where it is located. (Objective 9-1)
     na
     Explain:

  3. The authority for implementation of the governing body’s policies is delegated to a chief administrative officer, who is responsible for
     the institution’s operation. (Objective 9-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. The chief administrative officer is the official of record for all purposes of the Commission, is a full-time staff member of the
     institution, has his/her office on the main campus, and is the Commission’s point of contact with the institution, including branches, if
     any. (Objective 9-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. An organizational chart is available that shows the functional relationships among the personnel of the institution. (Objective 9-3)
     yes
     Explain:




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  6. The organizational structure is designed to promote the effective operation of educational programs and institutional services for
     students. (Objective 9-3)
     yes
     Explain:



Standard 10

                                                                   General
  1. Tests and other means of assessing the achievement and aptitudes of students for various occupations are appropriate and are used to
     provide personalized counseling and program placement services to students. (Objective 10-1-a)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. There is a student orientation program to acquaint new students with policies, functions, and personnel of the institution. (Objective 10-
     1-b)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. A designated staff member is responsible for maintaining official files and records of students. (Objective 10-1-c)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. Written procedures for access to student records are established to protect their confidentiality, limiting access to authorized personnel
     only. (Objective 10-1-c)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. The institution, upon request by students, provides transcripts containing as a minimum the following information: program of study,
     courses or units of study completed with corresponding grades, and period of enrollment. (Objective 10-1-c)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. All period of enrollment, financial, academic, and current educational progress records are available at the institution. (Objective 10-1-
     c)




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      yes
      Explain:

  7. Preserving and protecting student records is provided by the use of storage devices, duplicate physical or computer records, security
     files, or other measures that ensure both the preservation and security of the records from fire, theft, vandalism, and other adverse
     actions. (Objective 10-1-c)
     yes
     Explain:

  8. The institution provides and has implemented appropriate grievance policies for handling complaints from students, as described in the
     institution’s catalog and/or the student handbook. The Commission’s mailing address and telephone number are included to provide for
     cases where the grievance is not settled at the institutional level. (Objective 10-1-d)
     yes
     Explain:

  9. The institution maintains records on student complaints that are filed in accordance with the institution’s grievance policy to ensure
     acceptable quality in the educational programs offered by the institution. (Objective 10-1-d) [Number of complaints in file since last
     accreditation site visit:______. All student complaints on file must be reviewed for compliance with the institution’s grievance policy.]
     yes
     Explain:

 10. The institution provides academic advisement services to assist students in planning and completing the occupational education
     programs that they pursue. (Objective 10-1-e)
     yes
     Explain:

 11. If the institution has processed Title IV loans or is currently processing Title IV loans, it has a default management plan that meets the
     requirements of the Commission for as long as required by the U.S. Department of Education to maintain a plan. (Objective 10-1-f)
     yes
     Explain:

 12. The institution has adopted and implemented a written plan for the health and safety of students in cases of sickness, accidents, or
     emergency health care needs on campus; and the plan is evaluated regularly. (Objective 10-1-g)
     yes
     Explain:

 13. A system is in effect for reporting and investigating all incidents affecting health and safety. (Objective 10-1-g)




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      yes
      Explain:

 14. The institution is responsible for any reasonable accommodation of students who are identified to have special needs. (Objective 10-1-
     h)
     yes
     Explain:

 15. The institution has a written plan for determining the effectiveness of student personnel services, for documenting an annual evaluation
     of these services, and for disseminating the results to the staff so that pertinent information can be used to improve the student
     personnel services.(Objective 10-1-a through h)
     yes
     Explain:

 16. The institution provides placement services for all program completers. (Objective 10-2)
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution demonstrates that it is following a written plan for placement services, including the following elements:
 17. Identification of responsibility for coordination of services. (Objective 10-2)
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution demonstrates that it is following a written plan for placement services, including the following elements:
 18. Communications network between the placement coordinator, the staff, the faculty, and various businesses and industries of the service
     area.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution demonstrates that it is following a written plan for placement services, including the following elements:
 19. File/listing of employers and employment opportunities.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution demonstrates that it is following a written plan for placement services, including the following elements:
 20. Counseling of students.
     yes




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      Explain:

     The institution demonstrates that it is following a written plan for placement services, including the following elements:
 21. Maintenance of placement records for completers as a means of measuring the success of the institution in achieving its mission.
     yes
     Explain:



Standard 11 - Part 1

                                                               Regulatory Requirements
  1. The institution complies with the legal and regulatory requirements of the jurisdictions in which it operates (i.e., requirements for
     service to those with disabilities, copyright law, state and national requirements for institutions offering educational programs,
     international restrictions such as export of sensitive information or technologies, etc.). (Objective 11-A)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                                Program Outcomes
  1. The institution submits demonstrably accurate program completion data each year to the Commission for comparison with similar
     COE-accredited institutions and takes any actions required by the Commission due to the overall completion rate being unacceptably
     lower than the completion rates for peer institutions. (Objective 11-D-2a)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution submits demonstrably accurate program placement data each year to the Commission for comparison with similar COE-
     accredited institutions and takes any actions required by the Commission due to the overall placement rate being unacceptably lower
     than the placement rates for peer institutions. (Objective 11-D-2b)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. For each educational program requiring a licensure examination, the institution submits demonstrably accurate licensure performance
     data each year to the Commission for comparison with similar COE-accredited institutions and takes any actions required by the
     Commission due to the overall licensure examination pass rate being unacceptably lower than the licensure examination pass rates for
     peer institutions. (Objective 11-D-2c)




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      yes
      Explain:



                                                             Learning Resources
  1. The institution has procedures for adequate maintenance of the learning resources which support all distance education instruction.
     (Objective 11-E-2)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                       Technical and Physical Resources
  1. The institution assures adequacy of technical and physical facilities to support its distance education programs. (Objective 11-F)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution has provisions in place for reliability, privacy, safety, and security of technical and physical facilities whether they are
     provided directly by the institution or through contractual arrangements. (Objective 11-F)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution has policies or procedures in place to maintain an up-to-date infrastructure. (Objective 11-F)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. The institution ensures system reliability and emergency backup for its technical services. (Objective 11-F)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. The technology used by the institution to deliver the program content meets the needs of the students without creating barriers to
     student learning. (Objective 11-F)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. The institution provides students with technical support for each educational technology hardware system, software system, and




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      delivery system required in a program. (Objective 11-F)
      yes
      Explain:



                                                               Financial Resources
  1. The institution’s budgets and policy statements are designed to reflect its commitment to the students enrolled in its distance education
     programs. (Objective 11-G)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                                   Human Resources
  1. The institution ensures its staffing structure is appropriate and fully qualified to support the programs now operational and envisioned
     in the near term. (Objectives 11-H-1 and 11-H-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution ensures all faculty members engaged in distance delivery meet or exceed the minimum standards for teaching at the
     institution. (Objective 11-H-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution provides appropriate training for faculty who use technology in distance education programs. (Objective 11-H-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. The institution evaluates the performance and needs of faculty members who teach distance education courses. (Objective 11-H-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. The institution provides appropriate faculty support systems for distance education instructors. (Objective 11-H-3)
     yes
     Explain:




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  6. The institution has policies and procedures for ensuring academic integrity on the part of distance education faculty. (Objective 11-H-4)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                                 Student Services
  1. The institution’s distance education students have access to appropriate and adequate student services. (Objective 11-I-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution has an infrastructure in place for distance education programs to ensure the system is secure, reliable, safe, and private in
     regards to student records. (Objective 11-I-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Students have an adequate procedure for resolving their complaints. (Objective 11-I-3)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                          Student Identity Confirmation
  1. The institution has policies and procedures in place for ensuring the security and integrity of student coursework and testing. (Objective
     11-J)
     yes
     Explain:



Standard 11 - Part 2

                                                                     Mission
  1. The delivery of distance education programs is consistent with the institution’s mission, goals, and objectives. (Objective 11-B)
     yes
     Explain:




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                                                                      Programs
  1. The institution determines students are qualified by prior education or equivalent experience to be admitted to a program including, in
     the case of international students, English language skills. (Objective 11-C-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution informs the prospective students of technical competence, cost and timeframe required for the program. (Objectives 11-
     C-1 and 11-C-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution’s advertising, recruiting, and admissions material clearly and accurately represent the program, the services available,
     and the necessary hardware and software requirements for the distance education program. (Objectives 11-C-1 and 11-C-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. The institution’s distance education programs are comparable to those on campus in terms of the quality, rigor, and breadth of their
     academic and technical standards and the credential awarded. (Objective 11-C-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. The institution directly verifies the currency and quality of all contracted courseware on an annual basis, is directly responsible for such
     currency and quality, and maintains curriculum oversight responsibility within all contracts. (Objective 11-C-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. The institution has in place a standardized course template, course descriptions, learning objectives, course requirements (i.e. standard
     syllabus, outcomes, grading, resources, etc.), and learning outcomes of its programs in order to facilitate quality assurance and the
     assessment of student learning. (Objective 11-C-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. The institution provides a coherent plan for the student to access all courses necessary to complete a program. (Objective 11-C-4)
     yes
     Explain:




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  8. The institution continues a program for a period sufficient to enable all admitted students to complete a degree, diploma, or certificate
     in a publicized timeframe. (Objective 11-C-5)
     yes
     Explain:

  9. The institution monitors student progress and participation by means such as course management systems that provide student time
     online, frequency of logins, electronic footprints, electronic grade book, and percentage of course completed. (Objective 11-C-6)
     yes
     Explain:

 10. The institution’s evaluation of distance education programs takes place in the context of the regular evaluation of all programs on an
     annual basis. (Objective 11-C-7)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                              Program Outcomes
  1. The learning outcomes of students in distance education programs are comparable to those of campus-based students. (Objective 11-D-
     1)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                               Learning Resources
  1. The institution’s distance education students have access to online learning resources and can effectively utilize those resources to
     support their learning. (Objective 11-E-1)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                               Human Resources
  1. The institution ensures distance education programs are designed to maximize interaction between and among faculty and students.
     (Objective 11-H-1)




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      yes
      Explain:

  2. The institution ensures timeliness and quality of its responses to distance education students, synchronously or asynchronously,
     whichever is appropriate. (Objective 11-H-1)
     yes
     Explain:




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REPORT TYPE:                                     Criteria For Publications

Criteria For Publications



  1. Institutional mission;
     yes
     Explain:

  2. Admission requirements and procedures;
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Basic information on programs and courses, with any required sequences and frequency of course offerings explicitly stated;
     yes
     Explain:

  4. Program completion requirements, including length of time required to obtain certification of completion;
     yes
     Explain:

  5. Faculty (full-time and part-time listed separately) with degrees held and the conferring institution;
     yes
     Explain:

  6. Description of institutional facilities readily available for educational use;
     yes
     Explain:

  7. Rules and regulations for conduct;
     yes
     Explain:

  8. Tuition, fees, and other program costs;
     yes



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      Explain:

  9. Opportunities and requirements for financial aid;
     yes
     Explain:

 10. Policies, procedures, and time frame for refunding fees and charges to students who withdraw from enrollment;
     yes
     Explain:

 11. National and/or state legal requirements for eligibility for licensure or entry into an occupation or profession for which education and
     training are offered;
     yes
     Explain:

 12. Any unique requirements for career paths or for employment and advancement opportunities in the profession or occupation described;
     yes
     Explain:

 13. Grading system;
     yes
     Explain:

 14. Academic/school calendar;
     yes
     Explain:

 15. Street address and telephone number of each campus of the institution (main campus and each additional permanent site);
     yes
     Explain:

 16. Institution's student grievance procedure which includes the Commission mailing address and telephone number.
     yes
     Explain:




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                                           ANNUAL COMPLETION, PLACEMENT, AND LICENSURE FORM
                                                                  for
                                                      Postsecondary Programs
      Campus: 104000 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                             Reporting Year Ending: _________
104000 - H. Councill
Trenholm State Technical   (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26)
College




    POSTSECONDARY

  Educational Programs



Culinary Arts/Hospitality Management
(Certificate)
                                                 0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Early Care and Education (Degree)
                                                 64   31   95   61   1    11   12   1    11   12   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   22   0   11   12   32.35 35.29 100      100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Culinary Arts/Chef Apprenticeship (Degree)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
Dental Laboratory (Degree)
                                                 2    0    2    1    0    1    1    0    1    1    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   1    1    100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Accounting Technology (Certificate)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
Auto Body Technology - Collision Repair
(Certificate)                                    35   27   62   43   10   5    15   10   3    13   2   0   0   0   0   0   0   4    0   5    15   26.32 78.95    60    86.67   0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Auto Body Technology - Automotive Collision
Repair (C26)                                     1    1    2    1    0    1    1    0    1    1    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   1    1    100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Dental Assisting (Certificate)
                                                 0    1    1    0    0    1    1    0    1    1    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   1    1    100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Ornamental Horticulture (Horticulture)
(Certificate)                                    1    0    1    0    0    1    1    0    1    1    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   1    1    100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Emergency Medical Technology (Degree)
                                                 0    10   10   0    0    10   10   0    10   10   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   10   10   100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)




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Dental Laboratory (Certificate)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
(Inactive)
Dental Laboratory - Fixed Prosthodontics (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
(Inactive)
Early Care and Education (Certificate)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
(Inactive)
Emergency Medical Technology (Certificate)
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure   13    48    61    39    0    20    20    0    20    20    0    0   20    14    0   0   0    2    0   20    20   90.91 90.91 100   100    70
For Employment)
Radio and Television Broadcasting (C26)
                                                   5    19    24     5    5    11    16    5     5    10    4    0   0      0    0   0   2    3    0   11    16   57.89 84.21 45.45 62.5    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Dental Assisting (Degree)
                                                   9    29    38    23    2    9     11    2     9    11    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    4    0    9    11    60   73.33 100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Dental Laboratory - Removable Prosthodontics
(C26)
                                                   0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Nursing Assting/Home Health Aide (C26)
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure    0    47    47     0    4    35    39    4    26    30    5    0   10    10    4   0   0    8    4   31    35   74.47 82.98 83.87 85.71 100
For Employment)
Accounting Technology (Degree)
                                                  18    12    30    17    4    8     12    4     8    12    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    1    0    8    12   61.54 92.31 100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Medical Assisting (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
(Inactive)
Medical Assisting (Degree)
                                                  101   107   208   159   9    9     18    9     5    14    2    2   2      1    0   0   0   31    2    7    16   18.37 36.73 71.43 87.5   50
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Practical Nursing (Certificate)
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure   56    36    92    48    0    30    30    0    30    30    0    0   30    29    0   0   0   14    0   30    30   68.18 68.18 100   100 96.67
For Employment)
Dental Assisting (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
(Inactive)
Emergency Medical Technology (C26)
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure    0    70    70     0    0    53    53    0    51    51    2    0   53    47    0   0   0   17    0   53    53   75.71 75.71 96.23 96.23 88.68
For Employment)
Culinary Arts (Degree)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
(Inactive)
Ornamental Horticulture (Horticulture) (Degree)
                                                   5     1     6     3    1    1      2    1     1     2    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    1    0    1     2   33.33 66.67 100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Office Administration - Stenography
(Certificate)
                                                   0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Office Administration - Stenography (Degree)
                                                  73    47    120   66    18   15    33    18   15    33    0    0   0      0    0   0   0   21    0   15    33   27.78 61.11 100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)

INSTITUTIONAL                                     383   486   869   466   54   221   275   54   198   252   15   2   115   101   4   0   2   128   6   215   269 54.84 68.24 92.09 93.68 87.83
TOTALS




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104001 - H. Councill
Trenholm State Technical                          (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26)
College




    POSTSECONDARY

  Educational Programs



Diesel Mechanics - Engine (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Industrial Maintenance Technology (Degree)
                                                  27   51   78   49   24   3    27   24   3    27   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   2    0    3   27   10.34 93.1     100   100   0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Automotive Service Technology (C26)
                                                   2   0    2    0    0    2    2    0    2    2    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    2    2   100   100      100   100   0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Machine Tool Technology (Certificate)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Welding (Certificate)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Apparel & Design (C26)
                                                  12   5    17   5    3    2    5    3    1    4    1   0   0   0   0   0   0   7    0    2    5   16.67 41.67    50    80    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Cosmetology Instructor Training (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Welding - Pipe (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Diesel Mechanics - Electrical/Electronics (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Diesel Mechanics - Engine Rebuild (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Diesel Mechanics (Certificate)
                                                  16   6    22   1    7    11   18   7    11   18   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   3    0   11   18   52.38 85.71 100      100   0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Diesel Mechanics - Drive Train (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Welding - Manufacturing (C26)
                                                  17   12   29   9    2    18   20   2    18   20   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   18   20    90   100      100   100   0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)




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Welding - Construction SMAW Plate (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
Drafting and Design Technology - Technical
Drawing (C26)
                                                  0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Machine Tool Technology- Plastics Injection
Molding (Degree)
                                                  0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Plumbing - Design (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
Industrial Maintenance Technology - Millwright
Helper (C26)                                      1   5     6     5    0    1    1    0    1    1    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   1    1    100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Plumbing - Systems (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
Truck Driving (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
A/C & Refrigeration Technology (Degree)
                                                 27   32   59    36    13   4    17   13   3    16   1   0   0   0   0   0   0   6    0   4    17   17.39 73.91    75    94.12   0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Industrial Electronics Technology -Tech Helper
(C26)
                                                  0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Graphic Communications Technology (Degree)
                                                 12   22   34    21    0    12   12   0    12   12   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   1    0   12   12   92.31 92.31 100      100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Graphic and Printing Technology (Certificate)
                                                  4   3     7     3    0    4    4    0    4    4    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   4    4    100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
A/C & Refrigeration Technology - Basic (C26)
                                                  1   0     1     0    0    1    1    0    1    1    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   1    1    100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Computer Information Systems Tech - (Degree)
                                                195   73   268   226   14   15   29   14   13   27   2   0   0   0   0   0   0   13   0   15   29   35.71 69.05 86.67 93.1       0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Therapeutic Massage
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure 9     20   29    19    0    5    5    0    3    3    0   2   3   2   0   0   0   5    2   3    3     50    50      100   100 66.67
For Employment)
Cosmetology - Nail Techniques (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
Carpentry - Advanced (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
Cosmetology - Hairshaping & Cosmetic
Applications (C26)
                                                  0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Building Construction Technology -
Construction Basics (C26)
                                                  0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)

Building Construction Technology (Certificate)   0    0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period




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(Inactive)
Machine Tool Technology (Degree)
                                                  8    4    12   8    0    1    1    0    1    1    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   3    0   1    1     25    25    100   100    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Computer Info. Sys Tech-Progrmr (Legacy)
(C26) (Comp. Sci.)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Drafting and Design Technology (Degree)
                                                  20   13   33   16   11   3    14   11   3    14   0   0   0    0    0   0   0   3    0   3    14   17.65 82.35 100    100    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Apparel & Design - Tailoring and Alterations
(C26)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Cosmetology - Chemical Applications (C26)
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure   20   0    20   0    0    20   20   0    20   20   0   0   34   33   0   0   0   0    0   20   20   100   100    100   100 97.06
For Employment)
Computer Info Sys Tech-Network Tech I
(CCNA (C26)(Comp. Sci)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Computer Info Sys Tech-Programr (OOS) (C26)
(Comp. Sci)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Cabinetmaking (C26)
                                                  2    4    6    0    4    1    5    4    1    5    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   1    0   1    5    16.67 83.33 100    100    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Electrical Technology (Degree)
                                                  44   33   77   46   16   3    19   16   3    19   0   0   0    0    0   0   0   12   0   3    19   9.68 61.29 100     100    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Automotive Service Technology (Degree)
                                                  30   21   51   38   5    6    11   5    5    10   0   0   0    0    0   0   1   2    0   6    11   46.15 84.62 83.33 90.91   0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Carpentry - Basic (C26)
                                                  4    0    4    0    4    0    4    4    0    4    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    4     0    100     0    100    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Computer Info Sys Tech-Netwk Tech II
(CCNP) (C26)(Comp. Sci)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Electrical Technology - Helper (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
(Inactive)
Graphic and Printing Technology - Layout
(C26)                                             2    4    6    4    0    2    2    0    2    2    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   2    2    100   100    100   100    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Computer Info Sys Tech-Microsoft
MCSE/MCSA (C26)(Comp. Sci)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Building Construction Technology - Carpentry
(C26)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Computer Info Sys Tech-Databse Developr
(C26)(Comp. Sci)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)

A/C & Refrigeration Technology (Certificate)      0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period




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(Inactive)
Industrial Electronics Technology -
Microelectronics (C26)
                                                 0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Cosmetology (Certificate)
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure 79   76   155   103   21    31    52    21    31    52    0   0   1    1    0   0   0   0    0   31    52   59.62 100      100   100     100
For Employment)
Graphic and Printing Technology - Design
(C26)
                                                 0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Drafting and Design Technology (Certificate)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
(Inactive)
Building Construction (Degree)
                                                 9   9    18     6     8    1      9     8     1     9    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   3    0    1    9    8.33   75      100   100      0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Automotive Service Technology (Certificate)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
(Inactive)
Electrical/Instrumentation Technology (Degree)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
(Inactive)
Industrial Electronics Technology (Degree)
                                                36   16   52    33     8    8     16     8     7    15    1   0   0    0    0   0   0   3    0    8    16   42.11 84.21 87.5 93.75        0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Machine Tool Technology - Milling (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
(Inactive)
Interior Design (C26)
                                                21   12   33     9     6    5     11     6     3     9    0   0   0    0    0   0   2   13   0    5    11   20.83 45.83    60    81.82    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Machine Tool Technology - CNC (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
(Inactive)
Machine Tool Technology - Engine Lathe (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
(Inactive)

INSTITUTIONAL                                  598   421 1019 637     146   159   305   146   149   295   5   2   38   36   0   0   3   77   2   157   303 41.62 79.84 94.9 97.36 94.74
TOTALS


104002 - H. Councill
Trenholm State Technical                      (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26)
College




    POSTSECONDARY



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  Educational Programs




Culinary Arts/Chef Apprentice (Degree)
                                                 63   25   88    62   16   10   26   16   10   26   0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   10   26   38.46 100    100   100    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Culinary Arts/Hospitality Management
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
(Inactive)
Culinary Arts (Degree)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
(Inactive)

INSTITUTIONAL                                    63   25   88    62   16   10   26   16   10   26   0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   10   26   38.46 100    100   100    0
TOTALS


104003 - H. Councill
Trenholm State Technical                         (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26)
College




    POSTSECONDARY

  Educational Programs



Truck Driving (C26)
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure 100   0    100   0    0    88   88   0    88   88   0   0   88   88   0   0   0   12   0   88   88    88   88     100   100   100
For Employment)




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INSTITUTIONAL                   100   0   100   0   0   88   88   0   88   88   0   0   88   88   0   0   0   12   0   88   88   88   88    100   100   100
TOTALS


104004 - H. Councill
Trenholm State Technical        (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26)
College




  POSTSECONDARY

 Educational Programs




INSTITUTIONAL                    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0   0    0      0     0     0
TOTALS




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REPORT TYPE:                                    Institution CPL Numbers (PostSecondary)
                                                          CAMPUS TOTALS
                   Campus Name                                Completion Rate             Placement Rate   Licensure Exam Pass Rate
104000 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College             68.24                        93.68                 87.83
104001 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College             79.84                        97.36                 94.74
104002 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College              100                          100                    0
104003 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College               88                          100                   100
104004 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                0                           0                     0


                                                        INSTITUTION TOTAL
                                                              Completion Rate             Placement Rate   Licensure Exam Pass Rate
                                                                  76.18                        96.36                 93.36




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                                           ANNUAL COMPLETION, PLACEMENT, AND LICENSURE FORM
                                                              for
                                                      Secondary Programs
      Campus: 104000 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                 Reporting Year Ending: _________
104000 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College               (1)       (2)          (3)         (4)         (5)



                                        SECONDARY

                                 Educational Programs


Accounting
                                                                       2       0            2           0           100
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Building Construction (Secondary)
                                                                      15       0           15           0           100
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Electrical Technology
                                                                       0       0            0           0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period (Inactive)

INSTITUTIONAL                                                         17       0           17           0           100
TOTALS


104001 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                 (1)     (2)          (3)         (4)         (5)



                                        SECONDARY

                                 Educational Programs


Industrial Maintenance
                                                                       1       0            1           0           100
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)

INSTITUTIONAL                                                          1       0            1           0           100
TOTALS




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104002 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College   (1)   (2)   (3)   (4)       (5)



                                        SECONDARY

                                 Educational Programs


Culinary Arts
                                                         1     0     1     0         100
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)

INSTITUTIONAL                                            1     0     1     0         100
TOTALS


104003 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College   (1)   (2)   (3)   (4)       (5)



                                        SECONDARY

                                 Educational Programs


INSTITUTIONAL                                            0     0     0     0          0
TOTALS


104004 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College   (1)   (2)   (3)   (4)       (5)


                                        SECONDARY

                                 Educational Programs




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Machine Tool
                                                       19   6   13   0        100
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)

INSTITUTIONAL                                          19   6   13   0        100
TOTALS




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REPORT TYPE:                                    Institution CPL Numbers (Secondary)
                                                          CAMPUS TOTALS
                                       Campus Name                                    Completion Rate
                    104000 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                  100
                    104001 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                  100
                    104002 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                  100
                    104003 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                   0
                    104004 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                  100


                                                        INSTITUTION TOTAL
                                                                                      Completion Rate
                                                                                           100




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REPORT TYPE:                                          Checklist



                                                                           CHECKLIST

                                                                 (Place a check beside each item.)

LONG VERSION ANNUAL REPORTS -


 Steps that MUST be taken to complete the LONG VERSION report. Documents may be uploaded into the
 software, or mailed in hard copy to the COE office.

                Upload/Submit a catalog and/or other publications (most current editions) that meet the Criteria
                for Publications section of this report.

                IMPORTANT: If your institution has a web site that provides ALL of the applicable
                information listed in the Criteria for Publications section, you may provide the Council with the
                address of the site in lieu of providing hard copy publications. Provide this address in the General
                Report Questions folder of the annual report software and check this item as completed.

                Non-Public Institutions ONLY: Upload/Submit a copy of the most current student enrollment
                agreement/contract.

                Non-public Institutions ONLY: Upload/Submit a copy of the most current state license for each
                campus.

                Make a copy of this report for the institution’s accreditation file and for future review by COE
                visiting teams.

                Transmit annual report data electronically. (Do this by using the UTILITY MENU and SUBMIT
                FINAL RETURN.) No hard copy is required. Attachments to the report may be mailed in hard
                copy if the institution is unable to upload them into the software.

 Items that MAY be required for upload/submittal in hard copy to complete the LONG VERSION report:


                An improvement plan for programs when the institutional completion, placement, and/or
                licensure rates are 1 or more standard deviations below the acceptable range. (See Requirements
                for Completion, Placement, and Licensure, and Guidelines for Action, and Suggested Procedures




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                for Development of a Plan for Improvement of Programs. This information is available by
                clicking INDEX in the upper right window - the Information Window - of the software.)

                [Military Training Facilities are exempt from this section.]

                Documentation that supports any "NO" response in the report, if necessary.

                Copy of findings by any federal or state regulatory/oversight agency which might affect
                operations and/or institutional stability.

                Copy of any negative action letter by any other accrediting agency.

                Copy of any contract for instruction with an external agency, corporation, or individual.


SHORT VERSION ANNUAL REPORTS -


 Steps that MUST be taken to complete the SHORT VERSION report. Documents may be uploaded into the
 software, or mailed in hard copy to the COE office.

                Make a copy of this report for the institution's accreditation file and for future review by COE
                visiting teams.

                Transmit annual report data electronically. (Do this by using the UTILITY MENU and SUBMIT
                FINAL RETURN.) No hard copy is required. Attachments to the report may be mailed in hard
                copy if the institution is unable to upload them into the software.

 Item that MAY be required for upload/submittal in hard copy to complete the SHORT VERSION report:

                Improvement plan for programs when the institutional completion, placement, and/or licensure
                rates are 1 or more standard deviations below the acceptable range. (See Requirements for
                Completion, Placement, and Licensure, and Guidelines for Action, and Suggested Procedures for
                Development of a Plan for Improvement of Programs. This information is available by clicking
                INDEX in the upper right window - the Information Window - of the software.)

                [Military Training Facilities are exempt from this section.]


DEADLINE for RECEIPT of elecronic report and hard copies of required attachments that cannot be uploaded:

                                                                    DECEMBER 7, 2007.



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IMPORTANT REMINDERS Secondary Students and Programs

                         Some public institutions must report secondary students in the FTE calculation and report completion rate data
                         for secondary programs. Please review the item under the INDEX link in the information window of the
                         software labeled 'Secondary Programs Explained' to determine whether or not your institution will have to
                         provide this data.

                         Penalties

                         Reports received after the date due will result in a $500 penalty.

                         Submitting an incomplete report will result in a $250 penalty.




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                                       Preceding Report Information Generated Online From
                                                    the COE Annual Report.
                                      Report Generated:             11/26/2007 10:59:14 am
                                      School ID:                             53
                                      Generated From:                   207.157.96.14




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2007 Annual Report


REPORT TYPE:                                    Attachments Report
                                     2007 ANNUAL REPORT ATTACHMENTS


ID# 104000

Institution:H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College




Mail all hard copy attachments that cannot be uploaded into the software to:

                                                  Council on Occupational Education
                                                    41 Perimeter Center East, NE
                                                              Suite 640
                                                          Atlanta, GA 30346




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REPORT TYPE:                                    Address Information




Campus ID: 104000
Campus Type                                                           Main Campus
Campus Name                                                           H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College
Branch Name
Extra Address (Ex: Robins AFB)
Street Address                                                        1225 Air Base Blvd.
Alternate (Mailing) Address                                           1225 Air Base Blvd.
City                                                                  Montgomery
State                                                                 AL
Zip                                                                   36108
Telephone                                                             334-420-4216
Fax                                                                   334-420-4206
E-Mail                                                                mjohnson@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Web Site URL                                                          www.trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Chief Administrative Officer
Name                                                                  Sam Munnerlyn
Title                                                                 Interim President
Phone                                                                 334-420-4215
Email                                                                 smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Accreditation Liaison Officer
Name                                                                  Dr. Suresh Kaushik
Title                                                                 Dean of Development
Phone                                                                 334-420-4244
Email                                                                 skaushik@trenholmtech.cc.al.us




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Campus ID: 104001
Campus Type                                            Branch
Campus Name                                            H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College
Branch Name                                            John Patterson Campus
Extra Address (Ex: Robins AFB)
Street Address                                         3920 Troy Highway
Alternate (Mailing) Address                            3920 Troy Highway
City                                                   Montgomery
State                                                  AL
Zip                                                    36116
Telephone                                              334-420-4211
Fax                                                    334-420-4201
E-Mail                                                 smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Web Site URL                                           www.trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Chief Administrative Officer
Name                                                   Samuel Munnerlyn
Title                                                  Interim President
Phone                                                  334-420-4215
Email                                                  smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Accreditation Liaison Officer
Name                                                   Dr. Suresh Kaushik
Title                                                  Dean of Development
Phone                                                  334-420-4244
Email                                                  skaushik@trenholmtech.cc.al.us




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Campus ID: 104002
Campus Type                                            Extension
Campus Name                                            H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College
Branch Name
Extra Address (Ex: Robins AFB)
Street Address                                         2755 Montgomery Mall
Alternate (Mailing) Address                            2755 Montgomery Mall
City                                                   Montgomery
State                                                  AL
Zip                                                    36116
Telephone                                              334-420-4495
Fax                                                    334-286-9460
E-Mail                                                 smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Web Site URL                                           www.trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Chief Administrative Officer
Name                                                   Samuel Munnerlyn
Title                                                  Interim President
Phone                                                  334-420-4215
Email                                                  smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Accreditation Liaison Officer
Name                                                   Dr. Suresh Kaushik
Title                                                  Dean of Development
Phone                                                  334-420-4244
Email                                                  skaushik@trenholmtech.cc.al.us




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Campus ID: 104003
Campus Type                                            Extension
Campus Name                                            H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College
Branch Name
Extra Address (Ex: Robins AFB)
Street Address                                         5420 Troy Highway
Alternate (Mailing) Address                            5420 Troy Highway
City                                                   Montgomery
State                                                  AL
Zip                                                    36116
Telephone                                              334-420-4408
Fax                                                    334-281-4391
E-Mail                                                 smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Web Site URL                                           www.trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Chief Administrative Officer
Name                                                   Samuel Munnerlyn
Title                                                  Interim President
Phone                                                  334-420-4215
Email                                                  smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Accreditation Liaison Officer
Name                                                   Dr. Suresh Kaushik
Title                                                  Dean of Development
Phone                                                  334-420-4244
Email                                                  skaushik@trenholmtech.cc.al.us




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Campus ID: 104004
Campus Type                                            Extended Classroom
Campus Name                                            H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College
Branch Name                                            Extended Classroom: Bullock County Career Technical Center
Extra Address (Ex: Robins AFB)
Street Address                                         304 Blackmon Street
Alternate (Mailing) Address                            304 Blackmon Street
City                                                   Union Springs
State                                                  AL
Zip                                                    36108
Telephone                                              334-420-4211
Fax                                                    334-420-4201
E-Mail                                                 smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Web Site URL                                           www.trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Chief Administrative Officer
Name                                                   Samuel Munnerlyn
Title                                                  Interim President
Phone                                                  334-420-4215
Email                                                  smunnerlyn@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Accreditation Liaison Officer
Name                                                   Dr. Suresh Kaushik
Title                                                  Dean of Development
Phone                                                  334-420-4244
Email                                                  skaushik@trenholmtech.cc.al.us




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REPORT TYPE:                                    General Report Questions

General



  1. Is this institution, or any of its branches, accredited or a candidate for accreditation by a recognized accrediting agency other than COE?
     no
  2. If yes, please state which agency:
     ___________________
  3. Is the institution currently processing Pell Grants?
     yes
  4. Is the institution currently processing Federal loans?
     no
  5. Has the institution ever processed Federal loans?
     yes
  6. Administrative and supervisory: Number Full Time
     41
  7. Administrative and supervisory: Number Part Time
     1
  8. Support Staff: Number Full Time
     49
  9. Support Staff: Number Part Time
     3
 10. Faculty: Number Full Time
     63
 11. Faculty: Number Part Time
     51
 12. Reporting Period For All Programs: From
     July 1, 2006
 13. Reporting Period For All Programs: To
     June 30, 2007
 14. Web Address Of Online Catalog (if available):
     www.trenholmtech.cc.al.us




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REPORT TYPE:                                    Combined FTE

FTE Information



  1. CONTACT HOURS
     ___________________
  2. SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS
     36112
  3. QUARTER CREDIT HOURS
     ___________________
  4. Total FTE
     1204




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REPORT TYPE:                                     Conditions of Accreditation

Conditions of Accreditation



  1. The institution demonstrates that it satisfies each of the eligibility requirements to become a Candidate for Accreditation. (See
     Handbook of Accreditation, page 7.)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution conducts its affairs with acceptable standards of honesty and integrity.
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution meets all lawful obligations imposed by state and federal agencies.
     yes
     Explain:

  4. The institution has notified the Commission of any individual affiliated with the institution who has been debarred by a government
     agency or another accrediting agency or was an owner, an administrator, or a governing-board member of a COE-affiliated institution
     that was denied accreditation, was dropped from accreditation, or closed without providing a teach-out or refunds to currently enrolled
     students.
     na
     Explain:

  5. The institution offers pre-baccalaureate (degree and/or non-degree) postsecondary instruction in career and technical education.
     yes
     Explain:

  6. The institution maintains a permanent accreditation file which contains items set forth in the Commission conditions. (See Handbook of
     Accreditation, page 18)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. The institution is legally authorized to operate within the jurisdiction in which it is located.



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      yes
      Explain:

  8. NON-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS ONLY: (If required to operate) The institution has an original current license for the main campus and
     each branch and/or extension.
     na
     Explain:

  9. The on-site administrator or other full-time employee at the main campus attended a Commission Self-Study Workshop within six to
     eighteen months prior to hosting the accreditation visiting team.
     yes
     Explain:

 10. For initial accreditation, the institution has placed a notice in the appropriate newspaper(s) and/or media services that it is applying for
     initial accreditation with the Commission of COE in compliance with Commission criteria.
     na
     Explain:

 11. The institution has informed the Commission of all planned and unplanned substantive changes.
     na
     Explain:

 12. Innovative or experimental programs operated at variance with the standards have received Commission concurrence prior to
     implementation.
     na
     Explain:

 13. Documents the institution has filed with the Commission accurately represent the status of the institution. (NOTE: If this statement is
     checked “NO”, documentation which demonstrates the institution’s misrepresentation must be submitted with the annual report.)
     yes
     Explain:

 14. (Accredited Institutions Only) The institution’s use of the accreditation seal is in compliance with Commission conditions. (See
     Handbook of Accreditation, page 18)
     yes
     Explain:




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 15. The institution adheres to the Commission’s condition on the monitoring of institutional growth and has notified the Commission of
     increases in total Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) that equal or exceed 25% of the established baseline.
     yes
     Explain:

 16. All student recruitment activities used by the institution are truthful and avoid any false or misleading impressions of the institution, its
     programs and services, or employment, and are in compliance with Commission conditions. (See Handbook of Accreditation, page 32)
     yes
     Explain:

 17. All media used by the institution for advertising purposes are truthful and presented with dignity to avoid any false or misleading
     impressions of the institution, its programs and services, or employment, and are in compliance with Commission conditions. (See
     Handbook of Accreditation, page 32)
     yes
     Explain:

 18. A catalog and/or other official publications, which are published in hard copy or provided online, provide information specified in the
     Handbook of Accreditation, pages 60-61 (items a. 1 through 16), and are readily available to students, prospective students, and other
     members of the interested public.
     yes
     Explain:

 19. If the institution employed a consultant for the purpose of assisting in the accreditation process, it submitted a copy of the consultant’s
     resume within 7 days after employment was secured.
     na
     Explain:

 20. There is a clear indication that the faculty and staff were primarily responsible for the preparation, editing, and revision of documents
     required in the accreditation process.
     yes
     Explain:

 21. The institution’s accreditation liaison officer is a permanent staff member located at the main campus.
     yes
     Explain:

      A “Yes” response for statements #21-28 signifies that the institution is in compliance with the Commission’s conditions.




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 22. The institution is not the subject of an interim action by a state agency potentially leading to the suspension, revocation, or termination
     of the institution’s legal authority to provide postsecondary education.
     yes
     Explain:

 23. The institution has not had its state license suspended, revoked, or terminated, even if the required due process procedures have not
     been completed.
     yes
     Explain:

 24. The institution has not voluntarily withdrawn its candidacy or accreditation while not in good standing from a nationally recognized
     accrediting agency within the previous 24 months.
     yes
     Explain:

 25. The institution has not had its candidacy or accreditation withdrawn or been placed on public probation by a nationally recognized
     accrediting agency within the previous 24 months.
     yes
     Explain:

 26. The institution is not the subject of an interim action by another accrediting agency potentially leading to the suspension, revocation, or
     withdrawal of candidacy or accreditation.
     yes
     Explain:

 27. The institution has not been notified of the loss of any agency’s accreditation even if the due process procedures have not been
     completed.
     yes
     Explain:

 28. If the institution is presently accredited by another nationally recognized accrediting agency, it describes itself in identical terms to each
     agency with regard to identity (i.e., main campus, branch campus, branch campus to main campus relationship), mission, governance,
     programs, degrees, diplomas, certificates, personnel, finances, and constituents.
     yes
     Explain:

 29. If the institution is seeking dual accreditation, the reasons for wanting dual accreditation have been submitted to each accrediting




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      agency and to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education, and the institution has also designated which agency’s accreditation
      is to be utilized in determining the institution’s eligibility for program participation under the Higher Education Act.
      na
      Explain:

 30. Branch or extension ownership is the same (same entity, proprietorship or partnership, or the same corporation) as the main campus.
     yes
     Explain:

 31. Branch or extension names that have been expanded from the name of the main campus to clearly identify different locations or
     specific programs have been approved by the Commission.
     yes
     Explain:

 32. The complete name of the main campus is identified in all publications and advertisements when referring to a branch campus,
     extension campus, or instructional service center.
     yes
     Explain:

 33. Duplicate records on personnel, financial matters, student attendance, and educational progress for branches, extensions, extended
     classrooms, instructional service centers, and/or auxiliary instructional sites are kept at the main campus. (NOTE: Institutions capable
     of maintaining and accessing records electronically may keep all records previously mentioned at the main campus.)
     yes
     Explain:

 34. The on-site branch administrator reports to the on-site chief administrator at the main campus.
     yes
     Explain:

 35. Programs offered at branches are described in the main campus catalog or branch supplement.
     yes
     Explain:

 36. Programs offered at the branch that are not offered at the main campus are described in the main campus catalog.
     yes
     Explain:




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 37. All extensions are located within a 50-mile radius of the main campus.
     yes
     Explain:

 38. All extension programs are included in the main campus catalog.
     yes
     Explain:

 39. All extended classrooms are supervised by the administration of the main or branch campus.
     yes
     Explain:

 40. All instructional service centers are under the direct control of the main campus and located within the geographic service area
     designated by the governing board of the institution.
     yes
     Explain:

 41. All instructional service center offerings are approved by the Commission.
     yes
     Explain:

 42. Appropriate student services are available on-site at the instructional service center and the full range of services is made accessible to
     participating students at the main campus.
     yes
     Explain:

 43. All instructional service centers are a joint venture between the institution and an employer or another educational agency.
     na
     Explain:

 44. The complete name of the main campus is identified in all publications and advertisements when referring to an instructional service
     center.
     na
     Explain:

 45. Supervision of all auxiliary instructional sites is provided by the chief administrative officer of the institution.
     yes




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      Explain:




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REPORT TYPE:                                    Standards 2007

Standard 1

                                                                        General
  1. The primary mission of the institution is to instruct students to such competency levels that they are qualified for initial employment
     and/or career advancement. (Objective 1-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution’s mission is clearly and concisely stated in written form and represents the official statement of the institution.
     (Objective 1-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution has an appropriate publication that accurately presents its mission statement and the educational programs offered to
     achieve its mission. (Objective 1-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. The current mission statement is publicly available and is used consistently in publications. (Objective 1-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. An organized and functional institutional advisory committee composed primarily of external personnel is used to provide community
     involvement in maintaining a relevant mission for the institution. (Objective 1-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. A program of public information and community relations is maintained to promote the institution’s mission in its community.
     (Objective 1-3)
     yes
     Explain:




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Standard 2 - Composite

                                                               Admissions/Recruiting
  1. The institution’s admissions policies are clearly stated, published, and made available to students prior to enrollment. (Objective 2-A-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. For all students admitted to a Vocational English-As-A-Second-Language Program, the institution utilizes written admission
     procedures that comply with policies established by the Commission. (Objective 2-A-1) (See “Vocational English-As-A-Second-
     Language Programs” in the current edition of the Policies and Rules of the Commission.)
     na
     Explain:

  3. The institution clearly defines and publishes a policy on the transfer of students between programs within the institution and the transfer
     of students from other institutions. (Objective 2-A-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. Admission requirements offer reasonable expectations for successful completion of the occupational programs offered by the institution
     regardless of the delivery mode. (Objective 2-A-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. Students admitted into Associate Degree programs have a high school diploma or its equivalent. (Objective 2-A-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. For all students admitted on an “ability to benefit” basis, the institution has written admissions procedures, applies these uniformly,
     provides documented evidence on how they are used, maintains records on student progress, and regularly evaluates the effectiveness
     of the procedures used in admitting these students. (Objective 2-A-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. All students who do not meet the institution’s admissions criteria yet are admitted on an “ability to benefit” basis must meet the ability
     to benefit criteria of the Commission. (Objective 2-A-2)
     yes
     Explain:




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  8. The institution ensures that recruiting activities are ethical and that all materials used in recruiting accurately describe the mission,
     instructional outcomes, student performance expectations, and completion requirements of each program. (Objective 2-A-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  9. Prior to admission, students are informed of the costs of the program and any equipment and services required. (Objective 2-A-3)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                                     Programs
  1. Occupational education programs offered by the institution are congruent with the mission of the institution and with the occupational
     needs of the people served by the institution. (Objectives 2-A-2 and 2-B-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The objectives for each educational program are evaluated annually. (Objective 2-B-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Each occupational education program has clearly stated objectives, defined content relevant to these objectives and the current needs of
     business and industry, and student evaluation based on the program objectives and content. (Objective 2-B-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. A systematic process has been implemented to document that the objectives and content of programs are current. (Objective 2-B-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. At least every two years, three bonafide potential employers review each educational program and recommend admission requirements,
     program content, program length, program objectives, competency tests, instructional materials, equipment, method of evaluation, and
     level of skills and/or proficiency required for completion, and appropriateness of the delivery mode for the program. (Objectives 2-B-2
     and 2-B-4)
     yes
     Explain:




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  6. The institution considers the length and the tuition of each program in relation to the documented entry level earnings of completers.
     (Objective 2-B-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. Courses required for each program are offered with sufficient frequency for the student to complete the program within the publicized
     time frame. (Objective 2-B-3)
     yes
     Explain:

     Associate Degree programs offered must meet the following requirements:
  8. The appropriate applied degree title, such as Associate of Applied Technology, Associate of Applied Science, Associate of
     Occupational Studies, Associate of Science, or Associate of Occupational Technology, is used.
     yes
     Explain:

     Associate Degree programs offered must meet the following requirements:
  9. The program has a minimum of 60 semester hours or 90 quarter hours.
     yes
     Explain:

     Associate Degree programs offered must meet the following requirements:
 10. The program includes a minimum of 15 semester hours or 23 quarter hours of general education courses, with a minimum of one course
     from each of the following areas: humanities, behavioral sciences, natural or applied sciences, and mathematics. (Objective 2-B-5)
     yes
     Explain:

     All programs, regardless of location or time or mode of delivery, are qualitatively consistent with those offered on the main
     campus, and must:
 11. Be approved and administered under established institutional policies and procedures and supervised by an administrator who is part of
     the institutional organization.
     yes
     Explain:

      All programs, regardless of location or time or mode of delivery, are qualitatively consistent with those offered on the main
      campus, and must:




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 12. Have appropriate involvement of on-campus administrators and faculty in planning, approval, and on-going evaluation.
     yes
     Explain:

     All programs, regardless of location or time or mode of delivery, are qualitatively consistent with those offered on the main
     campus, and must:
 13. Have individual student records, including period of enrollment, financial, and educational program records, permanently maintained
     by the institution at the main campus.
     yes
     Explain:

     All programs, regardless of location or time or mode of delivery, are qualitatively consistent with those offered on the main
     campus, and must:
 14. Be described in appropriate catalogs, brochures, and/or other promotional materials and include tuition/fee charges, refund policies,
     admissions and academic requirements, and information technology requirements.
     yes
     Explain:

     All programs, regardless of location or time or mode of delivery, are qualitatively consistent with those offered on the main
     campus, and must:
 15. Provide for timely and meaningful interaction among faculty and students. (Objectives 2-B-6 and 2-B-8)
     yes
     Explain:

 16. A credit hour is equivalent to a minimum of each of the following: one semester credit for 15 clock hours of lecture, 30 clock hours of
     laboratory, or 45 clock hours of work-based activities; or one quarter credit for 10 clock hours of lecture, 20 clock hours of laboratory,
     or 30 clock hours of work-based activities. (Objective 2-B-7)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                                 Instruction
  1. Academic competencies and occupational skills are integrated into the instructional program for each occupational area. (Objective 2-
     C-1)
     yes
     Explain:




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  2. The instructional programs provide instruction in the competencies essential to success in the occupation, including job knowledge, job
     skills, work habits, and attitudes. (Objective 2-C-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Occupational advisory committees appointed for each program or program area are used to ensure that desirable, relevant, and current
     practices of each occupation are being taught. Each committee (a) is composed of at least three members, all being external to the
     institution; (b) meets at least twice annually with a majority of official members present; and (c) keeps minutes of each meeting to
     document their activities and recommendations. The occupational advisory committee may also perform the functions of the
     institutional advisory committee if only one occupational advisory committee is required for the institution. (Objectives 2-B-2 and 2-C-
     2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. Occupational advisory committees include, as part of their regularly scheduled meetings, a review of the appropriateness of the type of
     instruction (e.g. lecture, laboratory, and/or work-based instruction) offered within each program to assure that students are provided
     with sufficient opportunities to practice and gain competency with specific skills required for successful completion of the program.
     (Objectives 2-B-7 and 2-C-4)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. Job-related health, safety, and fire-prevention are an integral part of instruction. (Objectives 2-C-2 and 2-C-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. To develop skill proficiency, sufficient practice is provided with equipment and materials similar to those currently used in the
     occupation. (Objective 2-C-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. Instruction in classrooms, shops, laboratories, and distance education locations is effectively organized as evidenced by course outlines,
     lesson plans, competency tests, and other instructional materials. (Objective 2-C-4)
     yes
     Explain:

  8. The institution uses a systematic, objective, and equitable method of evaluating student achievement based on required competencies.




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      (Objective 2-C-5)
      yes
      Explain:

  9. Each work-based activity has a written instructional plan for students specifying the particular objectives, experiences, competencies,
     and evaluations that are required. (Objective 2-C-6)
     yes
     Explain:

 10. The instructional plan designates the on-site employer representative responsible for guiding and overseeing the students’ learning
     experiences and participating in the students’ written evaluations. (Objective 2-C-6)
     yes
     Explain:

 11. All work-based activities conducted by the institution are supervised by a designated employee possessing appropriate qualifications.
     (Objective 2-C-6)
     yes
     Explain:



Standard 3

                                                               General Information
  1. Individual student progress data, including (a) appropriate evaluations of knowledge and skills required for occupation(s) studied and
     (b) notations of completion(s) of and/or withdrawal from programs, are maintained and made a part of his/her record. (Objective 3-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution submits demonstrably accurate program completion data each year to the Commission for comparison with similar
     COE-accredited institutions and takes any actions required by the Commission due to the overall completion rate being unacceptably
     lower than the completion rates for peer institutions. (Objective 3-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution submits demonstrably accurate program placement data each year to the Commission for comparison with similar COE-
     accredited institutions and takes any actions required by the Commission due to the overall placement rate being unacceptably lower




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      than the placement rates for peer institutions. (This criterion does not apply to secondary students.) (Objective 3-2)
      yes
      Explain:

  4. For each educational program requiring a licensure examination, the institution submits demonstrably accurate licensure performance
     data each year to the Commission for comparison with similar COE-accredited institutions and takes any actions required by the
     Commission due to the overall licensure examination pass rate being unacceptably lower than the licensure examination pass rates for
     peer institutions. (This criterion does not apply to secondary students.) (Objective 3-2)
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan to ensure that follow-up is systematic and continuous, and includes the following elements:
  5. Identification of responsibility for coordination of all follow-up activities.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan to ensure that follow-up is systematic and continuous, and includes the following elements:
  6. Collection of information from completers and employers of completers.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan to ensure that follow-up is systematic and continuous, and includes the following elements:
  7. Information collected from completers and employers of completers focused on program effectiveness for various modes of delivery
     and relevance to job requirements.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan to ensure that follow-up is systematic and continuous, and includes the following elements:
  8. Placement and follow-up information used to evaluate and improve the quality of program outcomes.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan to ensure that follow-up is systematic and continuous, and includes the following elements:
  9. Placement and follow-up information made available at least on an annual basis to all instructional personnel and administrative staff.
     (Objective 3-3)
     yes
     Explain:




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Standard 4

                                                             General Information
     The institution has a written strategic plan that includes, as a minimum, the following components:
  1. Mission of the institution;
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written strategic plan that includes, as a minimum, the following components:
  2. Vision of the institution;
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written strategic plan that includes, as a minimum, the following components:
  3. Objectives for a minimum period of three years;
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written strategic plan that includes, as a minimum, the following components:
  4. Strategies for achieving the objectives;
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written strategic plan that includes, as a minimum, the following components:
  5. Strategies for evaluating progress toward achieving the objectives. (Objectives 4-1, 4-2, and 4-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. The strategic plan is reviewed by the faculty, administration, and institutional advisory committee and revised as necessary at least
     annually. (Objective 4-4)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. The results of the evaluation of progress toward achieving the objectives are documented annually. (Objective 4-4)




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      yes
      Explain:



Standard 5

                                                               Media Services
     The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:
  1. The scope and availability of the services.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:
  2. A variety of current and relevant educational materials, such as reference books; periodicals and manuals of a business, professional,
     technical, and industrial nature; audio-visual materials and equipment; internet access; and other materials to help fulfill the institution’s
     purposes and support its educational programs.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:
  3. The staff person (administrative, supervisory, or instructional) responsible for the implementation and coordination of the media
     services.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:
  4. Roles and responsibilities of designated staff member(s).
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:
  5. Orientation for user groups (i.e., instructors, students, and others).
     yes
     Explain:

      The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:




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  6. Facilities essential for using media materials.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:
  7. Annual budgetary support for the services.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution has a written plan for its media services which is appropriate for the institution and includes the following:
  8. Evaluation of the effectiveness of media services and utilization of the results to modify and improve media services. (Objectives 5-1
     and 5-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  9. A current inventory of media resources is maintained. (Objective 5-1)
     yes
     Explain:

 10. Provisions are made for necessary repair, maintenance, and/or replacement of media equipment and supplies. (Objective 5-1)
     yes
     Explain:

 11. Services for creating instructional media (both print and non-print) are adequate and appropriate to support all students and faculty in
     meeting the objectives of the education program(s). (Objective 5-2)
     yes
     Explain:

 12. Media services, facilities, and materials are accessible and available for use by students and instructors. (Objective 5-2)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                            Instructional Equipment
  1. The institution has a system of instructional equipment inventory. (Objective 5-1)
     yes




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      Explain:

  2. Funds are budgeted to provide instructional equipment at a level that assures quality occupational education. (Objective 5-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution has a system for emergency purchases to assure the acquisition and/or repair of equipment within a reasonable period of
     time to support continuous instruction. (Objective 5-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. Relevant and up-to-date equipment is available to support the instructional programs offered by the institution. (Objectives 5-1 and 5-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. The institution has a written plan for maintaining equipment and for replacing or disposing of obsolete equipment. (Objectives 5-1 and
     5- 2)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. All instructional equipment meets appropriate and required safety standards. (Objective 5-3)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                                Instructional Supplies
  1. Instructional supplies are available to support the instructional programs offered by the institution. (Objective 5-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution has a system for purchasing and storing instructional supplies. (Objective 5-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Funds are budgeted to provide supplies at a level that assures quality of occupational education. (Objective 5-2)
     yes




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      Explain:

  4. The institution has a system for emergency purchases of instructional supplies within a reasonable period of time to support continuous
     instruction. (Objective 5-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. First aid supplies are readily available. (Objective 5-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. All instructional supplies meet appropriate and required safety standards. (Objective 5-3)
     yes
     Explain:



Standard 6

                                                                 General
  1. A plan for facility and campus improvement has been developed and is maintained that includes, if applicable, distance education
     infrastructure. (Objectives 6-1 and 6-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. An appropriate plan for the operation, maintenance, and improvement of the physical plant (including elements addressing personnel,
     equipment, supplies, relevant state law, and applicable federal codes and procedures) has been developed, is in use, is available to
     employees and students, and is regularly evaluated/revised. (Objectives 6-1 and 6-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Existing physical plant at all locations provides adequate, safe, and clean facilities with appropriate supporting utilities for classrooms,
     laboratories/shops, offices, restrooms, lounges, meeting rooms, parking, etc. (Objective 6-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. An appropriate plan for assuring the health and safety of the institution’s employees, students, and guests has been developed; includes




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      a system for reporting and investigating accidents; is in use; has been distributed to employees; is available to students; and is regularly
      evaluated/revised with appropriate input from employees and students. (Objective 6-2)
      yes
      Explain:



Standard 7

                                                                      General
  1. A qualified financial officer or department oversees the financial and business operations of the institution. (Objectives 7-1 and 7-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. Financial records are maintained so that the institution’s fiscal position may be analyzed in a timely manner. (Objectives 7-1 and 7-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution demonstrates responsible financial management with funds sufficient to maintain quality educational programs and to
     complete the education of all students enrolled. (Objectives 7-1 and 7-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. The institution considers its financial resources as a basis for strategic planning. (Objectives 7-1 and 7-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. The institution uses adequate auditing and budgetary controls and procedures in keeping with local, state, and federal requirements.
     (Objectives 7-1 and 7- 2)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. The institution exercises proper management, financial controls, and business practices. (Objectives 7-1, 7-2, and 7-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. All persons handling institutional funds or revenues from any source are bonded or covered under an employee-dishonesty insurance




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      policy. (Objective 7-2)
      yes
      Explain:

  8. Financial aid programs utilizing public and/or private funds are capably administered and accurately documented. (Objective 7-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  9. Qualified personnel are responsible for proper record-keeping, reporting, and auditing. (Objective 7-4)
     yes
     Explain:

     Special Requirement for Public Institutions
 10. The institution clearly identifies sources of funds and revenues and shows evidence of fiscal stability. (Objectives 7-1 and 7-2)
     yes
     Explain:

     Special Requirements for Non-Public Institutions (Items 11 through 15)
 11. To document financial stability, the institution submits annual audited financial statements prepared by an independent certified public
     accountant and completed COE financial forms. Financial statements are prepared in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting
     Principles (GAAP). The audit is performed in accordance with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS). A
     separate income statement must be provided for the main campus and each branch campus. (See definition of audited financial
     statements in Section VII. Definitions, Standard Seven.) For initial accreditation, non-public institutions must submit audited financial
     statements for the two most recent fiscal years, the first of those two years must be the audited financial statements submitted with the
     institution’s candidacy application and the second audited financial statements must represent activity while the institution is in
     candidate status. (Objectives 7-1 and 7-2)
     na
     Explain:

     As a minimum, the institution documents its financial stability by demonstrating that the following conditions exist:
 12. A minimum ratio of current assets to current liabilities of 1 to 1.
     na
     Explain:

     As a minimum, the institution documents its financial stability by demonstrating that the following conditions exist:
 13. A minimum ratio of total assets to total liabilities of 1 to 1.
     na




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      Explain:

     As a minimum, the institution documents its financial stability by demonstrating that the following conditions exist:
 14. A two-year history of net income or the absence of a net loss within the last two years.
     na
     Explain:

     As a minimum, the institution documents its financial stability by demonstrating that the following conditions exist:
 15. No contingent liabilities or on-going litigation which could potentially affect the institution’s ability to continue operation. (Objective
     7-2)
     na
     Explain:

     The institution has a fair and equitable refund policy for the refund of tuition, fees, and other institutional charges in the event
     the institution cancels a class or if a student does not enter or does not complete the period of enrollment for which the student
     has been charged. All of the following are elements of a fair and equitable plan:
 16. The institution’s refund policy is published in the catalog and uniformly administered.
     yes
     Explain:
      (Refund Policy (See “Refund Policy” in the current edition of the Policies and Rules of the Commission.))

     The institution has a fair and equitable refund policy for the refund of tuition, fees, and other institutional charges in the event
     the institution cancels a class or if a student does not enter or does not complete the period of enrollment for which the student
     has been charged. All of the following are elements of a fair and equitable plan:
 17. Refunds, when due, are made without requiring a request from the student.
     yes
     Explain:
      (Refund Policy (See “Refund Policy” in the current edition of the Policies and Rules of the Commission.))

     The institution has a fair and equitable refund policy for the refund of tuition, fees, and other institutional charges in the event
     the institution cancels a class or if a student does not enter or does not complete the period of enrollment for which the student
     has been charged. All of the following are elements of a fair and equitable plan:
 18. Refunds, when due, are made within 45 days (1) of the last day of attendance if written notification has been provided to the institution
     by the student, or (2) from the date the institution terminates the student or determines withdrawal by the student.
     yes
     Explain:
      (Refund Policy (See “Refund Policy” in the current edition of the Policies and Rules of the Commission.))




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     The institution has a fair and equitable refund policy for the refund of tuition, fees, and other institutional charges in the event
     the institution cancels a class or if a student does not enter or does not complete the period of enrollment for which the student
     has been charged. All of the following are elements of a fair and equitable plan:
 19. Retention of tuition and fees collected in advance for a student who does not commence class does not exceed $100.
     yes
     Explain:
      (Refund Policy (See “Refund Policy” in the current edition of the Policies and Rules of the Commission.))

     The institution has a fair and equitable refund policy for the refund of tuition, fees, and other institutional charges in the event
     the institution cancels a class or if a student does not enter or does not complete the period of enrollment for which the student
     has been charged. All of the following are elements of a fair and equitable plan:
 20. The institution complies with the refund policies adopted by the Commission. (Objective 7-4)
     yes
     Explain:



Standard 8

                                                                       General
  1. Duties and responsibilities of each position are specified in written job descriptions made available to staff members. (Objective 8-A-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution has provided and implemented appropriate and published procedures for handling complaints/grievances for faculty and
     staff, consistent with the policies of the institution’s governing board. (Objective 8-A-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Appropriate procedures have been developed for the continuous evaluation of the performance and effectiveness of all institutional
     employees, with at least an annual written formal review and evaluation. (Objective 8-A-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. Appropriate orientation procedures for all employees are maintained and followed equitably. (Objective 8-A-4)
     yes
     Explain:




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                                                                     Faculty
  1. The institution has a sufficient number of faculty members to fulfill its mission and operate its programs. (Objective 8-B-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. Each faculty member has at least a high school diploma (or its equivalent) and demonstrated competency in the technical area of
     instruction. (Objective 8-B-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Additional requirements established for faculty members by the institution’s governing board and/or state regulatory agencies are met.
     (Objective 8-B-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. Faculty members who teach general education courses in Associate Degree programs hold a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree with 15
     semester hours or 23 quarter hours in the teaching discipline. (In exceptional cases, evidence of outstanding professional experience or
     creative achievement in the field may be considered in lieu of formal academic preparation.) (Objective 8-B-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. Faculty members who teach in technical areas of associate degree programs have a minimum of an Associate Degree. (In exceptional
     cases, evidence of outstanding experience and skills in the technical field may be considered in lieu of formal academic requirements.)
     (Objective 8-B-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. The institution plans, provides, supports, and annually documents professional growth opportunities for and participation by all faculty
     members. (Objective 8-B-2, 3)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. Documentation is available to demonstrate that each faculty member in a technical field maintains liaison with employers in the
     technical field through periodic visitations and personal contact. (Objective 8-B-3)




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      yes
      Explain:



                                                   Administrative and Supervisory Personnel
  1. The institution has a sufficient number of administrative and supervisory personnel to fulfill its mission and operate its programs.
     (Objective 8-C-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. All administrative and supervisory personnel possess postsecondary education credentials and/or experience and demonstrated
     competencies appropriate to their areas of responsibility. (Objective 8-C-2)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                            Instructional Support Staff
  1. The institution has a sufficient number of instructional support staff members to fulfill its mission and operate its programs. (Objective
     8-D-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. Clerical personnel are employed to maintain student records and financial records; to assist in producing instructional materials; and to
     prepare correspondence, reports, and other records as needed. (Objective 8-D-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. All instructional support staff possess education credentials and/or experience and demonstrated competencies appropriate to their areas
     of responsibility. (Objective 8-D-2)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                       Non-Instructional Support Services




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  1. Custodial services are available to provide routine care and maintenance of facilities and grounds for the institution. (Objective 8-E)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. Preventative maintenance services are provided to ensure continued operation of the facilities. (Objective 8-E)
     yes
     Explain:



Standard 9

                                                                    General
  1. The institution has a properly constituted governing body or board that has the legal authority and responsibility for the institution’s
     operation and control. (Objective 9-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. If applicable, the non-public institution has in custody the currently valid original document(s), typically a license, required to operate
     as an occupational education institution within the state where it is located. (Objective 9-1)
     na
     Explain:

  3. The authority for implementation of the governing body’s policies is delegated to a chief administrative officer, who is responsible for
     the institution’s operation. (Objective 9-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. The chief administrative officer is the official of record for all purposes of the Commission, is a full-time staff member of the
     institution, has his/her office on the main campus, and is the Commission’s point of contact with the institution, including branches, if
     any. (Objective 9-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. An organizational chart is available that shows the functional relationships among the personnel of the institution. (Objective 9-3)
     yes
     Explain:




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  6. The organizational structure is designed to promote the effective operation of educational programs and institutional services for
     students. (Objective 9-3)
     yes
     Explain:



Standard 10

                                                                   General
  1. Tests and other means of assessing the achievement and aptitudes of students for various occupations are appropriate and are used to
     provide personalized counseling and program placement services to students. (Objective 10-1-a)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. There is a student orientation program to acquaint new students with policies, functions, and personnel of the institution. (Objective 10-
     1-b)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. A designated staff member is responsible for maintaining official files and records of students. (Objective 10-1-c)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. Written procedures for access to student records are established to protect their confidentiality, limiting access to authorized personnel
     only. (Objective 10-1-c)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. The institution, upon request by students, provides transcripts containing as a minimum the following information: program of study,
     courses or units of study completed with corresponding grades, and period of enrollment. (Objective 10-1-c)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. All period of enrollment, financial, academic, and current educational progress records are available at the institution. (Objective 10-1-
     c)




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      yes
      Explain:

  7. Preserving and protecting student records is provided by the use of storage devices, duplicate physical or computer records, security
     files, or other measures that ensure both the preservation and security of the records from fire, theft, vandalism, and other adverse
     actions. (Objective 10-1-c)
     yes
     Explain:

  8. The institution provides and has implemented appropriate grievance policies for handling complaints from students, as described in the
     institution’s catalog and/or the student handbook. The Commission’s mailing address and telephone number are included to provide for
     cases where the grievance is not settled at the institutional level. (Objective 10-1-d)
     yes
     Explain:

  9. The institution maintains records on student complaints that are filed in accordance with the institution’s grievance policy to ensure
     acceptable quality in the educational programs offered by the institution. (Objective 10-1-d) [Number of complaints in file since last
     accreditation site visit:______. All student complaints on file must be reviewed for compliance with the institution’s grievance policy.]
     yes
     Explain:

 10. The institution provides academic advisement services to assist students in planning and completing the occupational education
     programs that they pursue. (Objective 10-1-e)
     yes
     Explain:

 11. If the institution has processed Title IV loans or is currently processing Title IV loans, it has a default management plan that meets the
     requirements of the Commission for as long as required by the U.S. Department of Education to maintain a plan. (Objective 10-1-f)
     yes
     Explain:

 12. The institution has adopted and implemented a written plan for the health and safety of students in cases of sickness, accidents, or
     emergency health care needs on campus; and the plan is evaluated regularly. (Objective 10-1-g)
     yes
     Explain:

 13. A system is in effect for reporting and investigating all incidents affecting health and safety. (Objective 10-1-g)




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      yes
      Explain:

 14. The institution is responsible for any reasonable accommodation of students who are identified to have special needs. (Objective 10-1-
     h)
     yes
     Explain:

 15. The institution has a written plan for determining the effectiveness of student personnel services, for documenting an annual evaluation
     of these services, and for disseminating the results to the staff so that pertinent information can be used to improve the student
     personnel services.(Objective 10-1-a through h)
     yes
     Explain:

 16. The institution provides placement services for all program completers. (Objective 10-2)
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution demonstrates that it is following a written plan for placement services, including the following elements:
 17. Identification of responsibility for coordination of services. (Objective 10-2)
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution demonstrates that it is following a written plan for placement services, including the following elements:
 18. Communications network between the placement coordinator, the staff, the faculty, and various businesses and industries of the service
     area.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution demonstrates that it is following a written plan for placement services, including the following elements:
 19. File/listing of employers and employment opportunities.
     yes
     Explain:

     The institution demonstrates that it is following a written plan for placement services, including the following elements:
 20. Counseling of students.
     yes




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      Explain:

     The institution demonstrates that it is following a written plan for placement services, including the following elements:
 21. Maintenance of placement records for completers as a means of measuring the success of the institution in achieving its mission.
     yes
     Explain:



Standard 11 - Part 1

                                                               Regulatory Requirements
  1. The institution complies with the legal and regulatory requirements of the jurisdictions in which it operates (i.e., requirements for
     service to those with disabilities, copyright law, state and national requirements for institutions offering educational programs,
     international restrictions such as export of sensitive information or technologies, etc.). (Objective 11-A)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                                Program Outcomes
  1. The institution submits demonstrably accurate program completion data each year to the Commission for comparison with similar
     COE-accredited institutions and takes any actions required by the Commission due to the overall completion rate being unacceptably
     lower than the completion rates for peer institutions. (Objective 11-D-2a)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution submits demonstrably accurate program placement data each year to the Commission for comparison with similar COE-
     accredited institutions and takes any actions required by the Commission due to the overall placement rate being unacceptably lower
     than the placement rates for peer institutions. (Objective 11-D-2b)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. For each educational program requiring a licensure examination, the institution submits demonstrably accurate licensure performance
     data each year to the Commission for comparison with similar COE-accredited institutions and takes any actions required by the
     Commission due to the overall licensure examination pass rate being unacceptably lower than the licensure examination pass rates for
     peer institutions. (Objective 11-D-2c)




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      yes
      Explain:



                                                             Learning Resources
  1. The institution has procedures for adequate maintenance of the learning resources which support all distance education instruction.
     (Objective 11-E-2)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                       Technical and Physical Resources
  1. The institution assures adequacy of technical and physical facilities to support its distance education programs. (Objective 11-F)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution has provisions in place for reliability, privacy, safety, and security of technical and physical facilities whether they are
     provided directly by the institution or through contractual arrangements. (Objective 11-F)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution has policies or procedures in place to maintain an up-to-date infrastructure. (Objective 11-F)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. The institution ensures system reliability and emergency backup for its technical services. (Objective 11-F)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. The technology used by the institution to deliver the program content meets the needs of the students without creating barriers to
     student learning. (Objective 11-F)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. The institution provides students with technical support for each educational technology hardware system, software system, and




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      delivery system required in a program. (Objective 11-F)
      yes
      Explain:



                                                               Financial Resources
  1. The institution’s budgets and policy statements are designed to reflect its commitment to the students enrolled in its distance education
     programs. (Objective 11-G)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                                   Human Resources
  1. The institution ensures its staffing structure is appropriate and fully qualified to support the programs now operational and envisioned
     in the near term. (Objectives 11-H-1 and 11-H-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution ensures all faculty members engaged in distance delivery meet or exceed the minimum standards for teaching at the
     institution. (Objective 11-H-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution provides appropriate training for faculty who use technology in distance education programs. (Objective 11-H-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. The institution evaluates the performance and needs of faculty members who teach distance education courses. (Objective 11-H-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. The institution provides appropriate faculty support systems for distance education instructors. (Objective 11-H-3)
     yes
     Explain:




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  6. The institution has policies and procedures for ensuring academic integrity on the part of distance education faculty. (Objective 11-H-4)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                                 Student Services
  1. The institution’s distance education students have access to appropriate and adequate student services. (Objective 11-I-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution has an infrastructure in place for distance education programs to ensure the system is secure, reliable, safe, and private in
     regards to student records. (Objective 11-I-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Students have an adequate procedure for resolving their complaints. (Objective 11-I-3)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                          Student Identity Confirmation
  1. The institution has policies and procedures in place for ensuring the security and integrity of student coursework and testing. (Objective
     11-J)
     yes
     Explain:



Standard 11 - Part 2

                                                                     Mission
  1. The delivery of distance education programs is consistent with the institution’s mission, goals, and objectives. (Objective 11-B)
     yes
     Explain:




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                                                                      Programs
  1. The institution determines students are qualified by prior education or equivalent experience to be admitted to a program including, in
     the case of international students, English language skills. (Objective 11-C-1)
     yes
     Explain:

  2. The institution informs the prospective students of technical competence, cost and timeframe required for the program. (Objectives 11-
     C-1 and 11-C-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  3. The institution’s advertising, recruiting, and admissions material clearly and accurately represent the program, the services available,
     and the necessary hardware and software requirements for the distance education program. (Objectives 11-C-1 and 11-C-2)
     yes
     Explain:

  4. The institution’s distance education programs are comparable to those on campus in terms of the quality, rigor, and breadth of their
     academic and technical standards and the credential awarded. (Objective 11-C-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  5. The institution directly verifies the currency and quality of all contracted courseware on an annual basis, is directly responsible for such
     currency and quality, and maintains curriculum oversight responsibility within all contracts. (Objective 11-C-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  6. The institution has in place a standardized course template, course descriptions, learning objectives, course requirements (i.e. standard
     syllabus, outcomes, grading, resources, etc.), and learning outcomes of its programs in order to facilitate quality assurance and the
     assessment of student learning. (Objective 11-C-3)
     yes
     Explain:

  7. The institution provides a coherent plan for the student to access all courses necessary to complete a program. (Objective 11-C-4)
     yes
     Explain:




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  8. The institution continues a program for a period sufficient to enable all admitted students to complete a degree, diploma, or certificate
     in a publicized timeframe. (Objective 11-C-5)
     yes
     Explain:

  9. The institution monitors student progress and participation by means such as course management systems that provide student time
     online, frequency of logins, electronic footprints, electronic grade book, and percentage of course completed. (Objective 11-C-6)
     yes
     Explain:

 10. The institution’s evaluation of distance education programs takes place in the context of the regular evaluation of all programs on an
     annual basis. (Objective 11-C-7)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                              Program Outcomes
  1. The learning outcomes of students in distance education programs are comparable to those of campus-based students. (Objective 11-D-
     1)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                               Learning Resources
  1. The institution’s distance education students have access to online learning resources and can effectively utilize those resources to
     support their learning. (Objective 11-E-1)
     yes
     Explain:



                                                               Human Resources
  1. The institution ensures distance education programs are designed to maximize interaction between and among faculty and students.
     (Objective 11-H-1)




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      yes
      Explain:

  2. The institution ensures timeliness and quality of its responses to distance education students, synchronously or asynchronously,
     whichever is appropriate. (Objective 11-H-1)
     yes
     Explain:




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REPORT TYPE:                                     Criteria For Publications

Criteria For Publications



  1. Institutional mission;
     yes
     Explain:

  2. Admission requirements and procedures;
     yes
     Explain:

  3. Basic information on programs and courses, with any required sequences and frequency of course offerings explicitly stated;
     yes
     Explain:

  4. Program completion requirements, including length of time required to obtain certification of completion;
     yes
     Explain:

  5. Faculty (full-time and part-time listed separately) with degrees held and the conferring institution;
     yes
     Explain:

  6. Description of institutional facilities readily available for educational use;
     yes
     Explain:

  7. Rules and regulations for conduct;
     yes
     Explain:

  8. Tuition, fees, and other program costs;
     yes



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      Explain:

  9. Opportunities and requirements for financial aid;
     yes
     Explain:

 10. Policies, procedures, and time frame for refunding fees and charges to students who withdraw from enrollment;
     yes
     Explain:

 11. National and/or state legal requirements for eligibility for licensure or entry into an occupation or profession for which education and
     training are offered;
     yes
     Explain:

 12. Any unique requirements for career paths or for employment and advancement opportunities in the profession or occupation described;
     yes
     Explain:

 13. Grading system;
     yes
     Explain:

 14. Academic/school calendar;
     yes
     Explain:

 15. Street address and telephone number of each campus of the institution (main campus and each additional permanent site);
     yes
     Explain:

 16. Institution's student grievance procedure which includes the Commission mailing address and telephone number.
     yes
     Explain:




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                                           ANNUAL COMPLETION, PLACEMENT, AND LICENSURE FORM
                                                                  for
                                                      Postsecondary Programs
      Campus: 104000 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                             Reporting Year Ending: _________
104000 - H. Councill
Trenholm State Technical   (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26)
College




    POSTSECONDARY

  Educational Programs



Culinary Arts/Hospitality Management
(Certificate)
                                                 0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Early Care and Education (Degree)
                                                 64   31   95   61   1    11   12   1    11   12   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   22   0   11   12   32.35 35.29 100      100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Culinary Arts/Chef Apprenticeship (Degree)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
Dental Laboratory (Degree)
                                                 2    0    2    1    0    1    1    0    1    1    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   1    1    100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Accounting Technology (Certificate)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
Auto Body Technology - Collision Repair
(Certificate)                                    35   27   62   43   10   5    15   10   3    13   2   0   0   0   0   0   0   4    0   5    15   26.32 78.95    60    86.67   0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Auto Body Technology - Automotive Collision
Repair (C26)                                     1    1    2    1    0    1    1    0    1    1    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   1    1    100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Dental Assisting (Certificate)
                                                 0    1    1    0    0    1    1    0    1    1    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   1    1    100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Ornamental Horticulture (Horticulture)
(Certificate)                                    1    0    1    0    0    1    1    0    1    1    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   1    1    100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Emergency Medical Technology (Degree)
                                                 0    10   10   0    0    10   10   0    10   10   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   10   10   100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)




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Dental Laboratory (Certificate)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
(Inactive)
Dental Laboratory - Fixed Prosthodontics (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
(Inactive)
Early Care and Education (Certificate)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
(Inactive)
Emergency Medical Technology (Certificate)
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure   13    48    61    39    0    20    20    0    20    20    0    0   20    14    0   0   0    2    0   20    20   90.91 90.91 100   100    70
For Employment)
Radio and Television Broadcasting (C26)
                                                   5    19    24     5    5    11    16    5     5    10    4    0   0      0    0   0   2    3    0   11    16   57.89 84.21 45.45 62.5    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Dental Assisting (Degree)
                                                   9    29    38    23    2    9     11    2     9    11    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    4    0    9    11    60   73.33 100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Dental Laboratory - Removable Prosthodontics
(C26)
                                                   0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Nursing Assting/Home Health Aide (C26)
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure    0    47    47     0    4    35    39    4    26    30    5    0   10    10    4   0   0    8    4   31    35   74.47 82.98 83.87 85.71 100
For Employment)
Accounting Technology (Degree)
                                                  18    12    30    17    4    8     12    4     8    12    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    1    0    8    12   61.54 92.31 100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Medical Assisting (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
(Inactive)
Medical Assisting (Degree)
                                                  101   107   208   159   9    9     18    9     5    14    2    2   2      1    0   0   0   31    2    7    16   18.37 36.73 71.43 87.5   50
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Practical Nursing (Certificate)
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure   56    36    92    48    0    30    30    0    30    30    0    0   30    29    0   0   0   14    0   30    30   68.18 68.18 100   100 96.67
For Employment)
Dental Assisting (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
(Inactive)
Emergency Medical Technology (C26)
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure    0    70    70     0    0    53    53    0    51    51    2    0   53    47    0   0   0   17    0   53    53   75.71 75.71 96.23 96.23 88.68
For Employment)
Culinary Arts (Degree)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
(Inactive)
Ornamental Horticulture (Horticulture) (Degree)
                                                   5     1     6     3    1    1      2    1     1     2    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    1    0    1     2   33.33 66.67 100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Office Administration - Stenography
(Certificate)
                                                   0     0     0     0    0    0      0    0     0     0    0    0   0      0    0   0   0    0    0    0     0    0     0     0      0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Office Administration - Stenography (Degree)
                                                  73    47    120   66    18   15    33    18   15    33    0    0   0      0    0   0   0   21    0   15    33   27.78 61.11 100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)

INSTITUTIONAL                                     383   486   869   466   54   221   275   54   198   252   15   2   115   101   4   0   2   128   6   215   269 54.84 68.24 92.09 93.68 87.83
TOTALS




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104001 - H. Councill
Trenholm State Technical                          (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26)
College




    POSTSECONDARY

  Educational Programs



Diesel Mechanics - Engine (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Industrial Maintenance Technology (Degree)
                                                  27   51   78   49   24   3    27   24   3    27   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   2    0    3   27   10.34 93.1     100   100   0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Automotive Service Technology (C26)
                                                   2   0    2    0    0    2    2    0    2    2    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    2    2   100   100      100   100   0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Machine Tool Technology (Certificate)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Welding (Certificate)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Apparel & Design (C26)
                                                  12   5    17   5    3    2    5    3    1    4    1   0   0   0   0   0   0   7    0    2    5   16.67 41.67    50    80    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Cosmetology Instructor Training (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Welding - Pipe (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Diesel Mechanics - Electrical/Electronics (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Diesel Mechanics - Engine Rebuild (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Diesel Mechanics (Certificate)
                                                  16   6    22   1    7    11   18   7    11   18   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   3    0   11   18   52.38 85.71 100      100   0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Diesel Mechanics - Drive Train (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period       0   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0    0    0    0      0       0     0    0
(Inactive)
Welding - Manufacturing (C26)
                                                  17   12   29   9    2    18   20   2    18   20   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   18   20    90   100      100   100   0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)




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Welding - Construction SMAW Plate (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
Drafting and Design Technology - Technical
Drawing (C26)
                                                  0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Machine Tool Technology- Plastics Injection
Molding (Degree)
                                                  0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Plumbing - Design (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
Industrial Maintenance Technology - Millwright
Helper (C26)                                      1   5     6     5    0    1    1    0    1    1    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   1    1    100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Plumbing - Systems (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
Truck Driving (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
A/C & Refrigeration Technology (Degree)
                                                 27   32   59    36    13   4    17   13   3    16   1   0   0   0   0   0   0   6    0   4    17   17.39 73.91    75    94.12   0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Industrial Electronics Technology -Tech Helper
(C26)
                                                  0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Graphic Communications Technology (Degree)
                                                 12   22   34    21    0    12   12   0    12   12   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   1    0   12   12   92.31 92.31 100      100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Graphic and Printing Technology (Certificate)
                                                  4   3     7     3    0    4    4    0    4    4    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   4    4    100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
A/C & Refrigeration Technology - Basic (C26)
                                                  1   0     1     0    0    1    1    0    1    1    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   1    1    100   100      100   100     0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Computer Information Systems Tech - (Degree)
                                                195   73   268   226   14   15   29   14   13   27   2   0   0   0   0   0   0   13   0   15   29   35.71 69.05 86.67 93.1       0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Therapeutic Massage
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure 9     20   29    19    0    5    5    0    3    3    0   2   3   2   0   0   0   5    2   3    3     50    50      100   100 66.67
For Employment)
Cosmetology - Nail Techniques (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
Carpentry - Advanced (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
(Inactive)
Cosmetology - Hairshaping & Cosmetic
Applications (C26)
                                                  0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Building Construction Technology -
Construction Basics (C26)
                                                  0   0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)

Building Construction Technology (Certificate)   0    0     0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0      0       0     0      0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period




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(Inactive)
Machine Tool Technology (Degree)
                                                  8    4    12   8    0    1    1    0    1    1    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   3    0   1    1     25    25    100   100    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Computer Info. Sys Tech-Progrmr (Legacy)
(C26) (Comp. Sci.)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Drafting and Design Technology (Degree)
                                                  20   13   33   16   11   3    14   11   3    14   0   0   0    0    0   0   0   3    0   3    14   17.65 82.35 100    100    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Apparel & Design - Tailoring and Alterations
(C26)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Cosmetology - Chemical Applications (C26)
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure   20   0    20   0    0    20   20   0    20   20   0   0   34   33   0   0   0   0    0   20   20   100   100    100   100 97.06
For Employment)
Computer Info Sys Tech-Network Tech I
(CCNA (C26)(Comp. Sci)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Computer Info Sys Tech-Programr (OOS) (C26)
(Comp. Sci)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Cabinetmaking (C26)
                                                  2    4    6    0    4    1    5    4    1    5    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   1    0   1    5    16.67 83.33 100    100    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Electrical Technology (Degree)
                                                  44   33   77   46   16   3    19   16   3    19   0   0   0    0    0   0   0   12   0   3    19   9.68 61.29 100     100    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Automotive Service Technology (Degree)
                                                  30   21   51   38   5    6    11   5    5    10   0   0   0    0    0   0   1   2    0   6    11   46.15 84.62 83.33 90.91   0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Carpentry - Basic (C26)
                                                  4    0    4    0    4    0    4    4    0    4    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    4     0    100     0    100    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Computer Info Sys Tech-Netwk Tech II
(CCNP) (C26)(Comp. Sci)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Electrical Technology - Helper (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
(Inactive)
Graphic and Printing Technology - Layout
(C26)                                             2    4    6    4    0    2    2    0    2    2    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   2    2    100   100    100   100    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Computer Info Sys Tech-Microsoft
MCSE/MCSA (C26)(Comp. Sci)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Building Construction Technology - Carpentry
(C26)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Computer Info Sys Tech-Databse Developr
(C26)(Comp. Sci)
                                                  0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)

A/C & Refrigeration Technology (Certificate)      0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period




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(Inactive)
Industrial Electronics Technology -
Microelectronics (C26)
                                                 0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Cosmetology (Certificate)
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure 79   76   155   103   21    31    52    21    31    52    0   0   1    1    0   0   0   0    0   31    52   59.62 100      100   100     100
For Employment)
Graphic and Printing Technology - Design
(C26)
                                                 0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period
(Inactive)
Drafting and Design Technology (Certificate)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
(Inactive)
Building Construction (Degree)
                                                 9   9    18     6     8    1      9     8     1     9    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   3    0    1    9    8.33   75      100   100      0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Automotive Service Technology (Certificate)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
(Inactive)
Electrical/Instrumentation Technology (Degree)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
(Inactive)
Industrial Electronics Technology (Degree)
                                                36   16   52    33     8    8     16     8     7    15    1   0   0    0    0   0   0   3    0    8    16   42.11 84.21 87.5 93.75        0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Machine Tool Technology - Milling (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
(Inactive)
Interior Design (C26)
                                                21   12   33     9     6    5     11     6     3     9    0   0   0    0    0   0   2   13   0    5    11   20.83 45.83    60    81.82    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Machine Tool Technology - CNC (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
(Inactive)
Machine Tool Technology - Engine Lathe (C26)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period     0   0     0     0     0    0      0     0     0     0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0     0      0       0     0       0
(Inactive)

INSTITUTIONAL                                  598   421 1019 637     146   159   305   146   149   295   5   2   38   36   0   0   3   77   2   157   303 41.62 79.84 94.9 97.36 94.74
TOTALS


104002 - H. Councill
Trenholm State Technical                      (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26)
College




    POSTSECONDARY



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  Educational Programs




Culinary Arts/Chef Apprentice (Degree)
                                                 63   25   88    62   16   10   26   16   10   26   0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   10   26   38.46 100    100   100    0
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Culinary Arts/Hospitality Management
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
(Inactive)
Culinary Arts (Degree)
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period      0   0     0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   0    0     0     0      0     0     0
(Inactive)

INSTITUTIONAL                                    63   25   88    62   16   10   26   16   10   26   0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0   10   26   38.46 100    100   100    0
TOTALS


104003 - H. Councill
Trenholm State Technical                         (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26)
College




    POSTSECONDARY

  Educational Programs



Truck Driving (C26)
Actively Enrolling Students (Requires Licensure 100   0    100   0    0    88   88   0    88   88   0   0   88   88   0   0   0   12   0   88   88    88   88     100   100   100
For Employment)




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INSTITUTIONAL                   100   0   100   0   0   88   88   0   88   88   0   0   88   88   0   0   0   12   0   88   88   88   88    100   100   100
TOTALS


104004 - H. Councill
Trenholm State Technical        (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26)
College




  POSTSECONDARY

 Educational Programs




INSTITUTIONAL                    0    0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0    0    0   0   0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0    0   0    0      0     0     0
TOTALS




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REPORT TYPE:                                    Institution CPL Numbers (PostSecondary)
                                                          CAMPUS TOTALS
                   Campus Name                                Completion Rate             Placement Rate   Licensure Exam Pass Rate
104000 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College             68.24                        93.68                 87.83
104001 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College             79.84                        97.36                 94.74
104002 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College              100                          100                    0
104003 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College               88                          100                   100
104004 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                0                           0                     0


                                                        INSTITUTION TOTAL
                                                              Completion Rate             Placement Rate   Licensure Exam Pass Rate
                                                                  76.18                        96.36                 93.36




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                                           ANNUAL COMPLETION, PLACEMENT, AND LICENSURE FORM
                                                              for
                                                      Secondary Programs
      Campus: 104000 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                 Reporting Year Ending: _________
104000 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College               (1)       (2)          (3)         (4)         (5)



                                        SECONDARY

                                 Educational Programs


Accounting
                                                                       2       0            2           0           100
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Building Construction (Secondary)
                                                                      15       0           15           0           100
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)
Electrical Technology
                                                                       0       0            0           0
No Students Enrolled During Reporting Period (Inactive)

INSTITUTIONAL                                                         17       0           17           0           100
TOTALS


104001 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                 (1)     (2)          (3)         (4)         (5)



                                        SECONDARY

                                 Educational Programs


Industrial Maintenance
                                                                       1       0            1           0           100
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)

INSTITUTIONAL                                                          1       0            1           0           100
TOTALS




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104002 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College   (1)   (2)   (3)   (4)       (5)



                                        SECONDARY

                                 Educational Programs


Culinary Arts
                                                         1     0     1     0         100
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)

INSTITUTIONAL                                            1     0     1     0         100
TOTALS


104003 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College   (1)   (2)   (3)   (4)       (5)



                                        SECONDARY

                                 Educational Programs


INSTITUTIONAL                                            0     0     0     0          0
TOTALS


104004 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College   (1)   (2)   (3)   (4)       (5)


                                        SECONDARY

                                 Educational Programs




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Machine Tool
                                                       19   6   13   0        100
Actively Enrolling Students (Existing Program)

INSTITUTIONAL                                          19   6   13   0        100
TOTALS




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REPORT TYPE:                                    Institution CPL Numbers (Secondary)
                                                          CAMPUS TOTALS
                                       Campus Name                                    Completion Rate
                    104000 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                  100
                    104001 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                  100
                    104002 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                  100
                    104003 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                   0
                    104004 - H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College                  100


                                                        INSTITUTION TOTAL
                                                                                      Completion Rate
                                                                                           100




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REPORT TYPE:                                          Checklist



                                                                           CHECKLIST

                                                                 (Place a check beside each item.)

LONG VERSION ANNUAL REPORTS -


 Steps that MUST be taken to complete the LONG VERSION report. Documents may be uploaded into the
 software, or mailed in hard copy to the COE office.

                Upload/Submit a catalog and/or other publications (most current editions) that meet the Criteria
                for Publications section of this report.

                IMPORTANT: If your institution has a web site that provides ALL of the applicable
                information listed in the Criteria for Publications section, you may provide the Council with the
                address of the site in lieu of providing hard copy publications. Provide this address in the General
                Report Questions folder of the annual report software and check this item as completed.

                Non-Public Institutions ONLY: Upload/Submit a copy of the most current student enrollment
                agreement/contract.

                Non-public Institutions ONLY: Upload/Submit a copy of the most current state license for each
                campus.

                Make a copy of this report for the institution’s accreditation file and for future review by COE
                visiting teams.

                Transmit annual report data electronically. (Do this by using the UTILITY MENU and SUBMIT
                FINAL RETURN.) No hard copy is required. Attachments to the report may be mailed in hard
                copy if the institution is unable to upload them into the software.

 Items that MAY be required for upload/submittal in hard copy to complete the LONG VERSION report:


                An improvement plan for programs when the institutional completion, placement, and/or
                licensure rates are 1 or more standard deviations below the acceptable range. (See Requirements
                for Completion, Placement, and Licensure, and Guidelines for Action, and Suggested Procedures




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                for Development of a Plan for Improvement of Programs. This information is available by
                clicking INDEX in the upper right window - the Information Window - of the software.)

                [Military Training Facilities are exempt from this section.]

                Documentation that supports any "NO" response in the report, if necessary.

                Copy of findings by any federal or state regulatory/oversight agency which might affect
                operations and/or institutional stability.

                Copy of any negative action letter by any other accrediting agency.

                Copy of any contract for instruction with an external agency, corporation, or individual.


SHORT VERSION ANNUAL REPORTS -


 Steps that MUST be taken to complete the SHORT VERSION report. Documents may be uploaded into the
 software, or mailed in hard copy to the COE office.

                Make a copy of this report for the institution's accreditation file and for future review by COE
                visiting teams.

                Transmit annual report data electronically. (Do this by using the UTILITY MENU and SUBMIT
                FINAL RETURN.) No hard copy is required. Attachments to the report may be mailed in hard
                copy if the institution is unable to upload them into the software.

 Item that MAY be required for upload/submittal in hard copy to complete the SHORT VERSION report:

                Improvement plan for programs when the institutional completion, placement, and/or licensure
                rates are 1 or more standard deviations below the acceptable range. (See Requirements for
                Completion, Placement, and Licensure, and Guidelines for Action, and Suggested Procedures for
                Development of a Plan for Improvement of Programs. This information is available by clicking
                INDEX in the upper right window - the Information Window - of the software.)

                [Military Training Facilities are exempt from this section.]


DEADLINE for RECEIPT of elecronic report and hard copies of required attachments that cannot be uploaded:

                                                                    DECEMBER 7, 2007.



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IMPORTANT REMINDERS Secondary Students and Programs

                         Some public institutions must report secondary students in the FTE calculation and report completion rate data
                         for secondary programs. Please review the item under the INDEX link in the information window of the
                         software labeled 'Secondary Programs Explained' to determine whether or not your institution will have to
                         provide this data.

                         Penalties

                         Reports received after the date due will result in a $500 penalty.

                         Submitting an incomplete report will result in a $250 penalty.




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                                       Preceding Report Information Generated Online From
                                                    the COE Annual Report.
                                      Report Generated:             11/26/2007 10:59:14 am
                                      School ID:                             53
                                      Generated From:                   207.157.96.14




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