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 Fall 2009
Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability
Soon Merz, Associate Vice President for Effectiveness & Accountability
David Block, SACS Coordinator
Toni Carranco, Clerk
Matthew Denton, Clerk
Richard Griffiths, Research Initiatives Coordinator
Amanda Karel, Institutional Planning & Assessment Coordinator
Charlene Knight, Research & Analysis Coordinator
Lina Lee, Data Warehouse Administrator
Ziv Shafir, Research & Analysis Coordinator
Swapna Thati, Reasearch & Analysis Coordinator - Data Warehouse
Anna Troukhanova, Reports Specialist
Connie Wall, Research & Analysis Coordinator
Roslyn Wallace, Institutional Planning & Assessment Coordinator
Judith Wynn, Executive Assistant


Maps
Charlene Knight, Research & Analysis Coordinator
Anna Troukhanova, Reports Specialist


Discrimination Prohibited
Employment at Austin Community College and access to its programs or activities shall not be limited on the
basis of race, color, creed, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or physical
disability. ACC will take steps to ensure that the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission
and participation in all educational and vocational programs. All recruitment and admissions material complies with
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Inquiries regarding
ACC’s compliance with the ADA or requests for accommodations for persons with disabilities can be directed to:

                                 EEO/ADA/Affirmative Action Coordinator
                                 5930 Middle Fiskville Rd.
                                 Austin, TX 78752-4390
                                 (512) 223-7572 voice
                                 (800) 735-2989 Texas Relay Service (TDD)


Accreditation
Austin Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097: Telephone number 404-679-4501)
to award associate degrees.


        For more information or to request additional copies, please contact the Office of Institutional
        Effectiveness & Accountability at (512) 223-7601, oieinfo@austincc.edu, or visit our web site at
        http://www.austincc.edu/oiepub


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                                             Table of Contents

1.   General Information
     Useful Terms ...............................................................................................................................2
     Institutional Profile ......................................................................................................................3
     Vision / Mission / Values Statement............................................................................................6
     Historical Profile ..........................................................................................................................8
     College Presidents .................................................................................................................... 9
     Board of Trustees ....................................................................................................................10
     Library Services Statistical Overview ......................................................................................16
     Current and Projected Population ............................................................................................18
     ACC Service Area Map .............................................................................................................19


2.   Student Demographics (12th Class Day Data)
     Useful Terms .............................................................................................................................22
     Student Characteristics District-wide ........................................................................................23
         Full-Time Student Equivalent (FTSE) ................................................................................24
         Headcount by Age and Gender ..........................................................................................25
         Headcount by Ethnicity and Gender ..................................................................................26
         Headcount by Gender and Full/Part-time Status ...............................................................27
         Headcount by Ethnicity and Full/Part-time Status ..............................................................27
         Headcount by Full/Part-time Status ...................................................................................28
         Headcount by Day/Evening Classification .........................................................................29
         Headcount by Region and Zip Code ..................................................................................30
         Headcount by Zip Code Map .............................................................................................36
         Headcount by Zip Code .....................................................................................................37
     Declared Majors .......................................................................................................................40
     High School Concurrent Enrollment by School District ............................................................50
     Developmental Education .........................................................................................................51


3.   College Connection
     Useful Terms .............................................................................................................................56
     ISD Participation Years .............................................................................................................57
     Enrollment Comparisons ..........................................................................................................58
     Information by Workforce or Academic Programs ....................................................................59
     Enrollment by Ethnicity .............................................................................................................60
     Enrollment by Gender ...............................................................................................................60




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4.   Campus Demographics
     Useful Terms .............................................................................................................................62
     Student Headcount by Location ...............................................................................................63
         Cypress Creek Campus .....................................................................................................64
         Eastview Campus ..............................................................................................................66
         Northridge Campus ............................................................................................................68
         Pinnacle Campus ...............................................................................................................70
         Rio Grande Campus ..........................................................................................................72
         Riverside Campus ..............................................................................................................74
         South Austin Campus ........................................................................................................76
         Telecommunicated Instruction ...........................................................................................78
         Site-Based Summary .........................................................................................................80
         Centers Summary ..............................................................................................................81
         Centers by Location ...........................................................................................................82


5.   Enrollment by Area (12th Class Day Data)
     Useful Terms .............................................................................................................................86
     Student Headcount, Course Enrollment, Contact and Semester Credit Hours by Location .....87
     Course Enrollment ....................................................................................................................88
         Academic Areas .................................................................................................................88
         Workforce Areas.................................................................................................................90
     Semester Credit Hours .............................................................................................................92
         Academic Areas .................................................................................................................92
         Workforce Areas.................................................................................................................94
     Contact Hours ...........................................................................................................................96
         Academic Areas .................................................................................................................96
         Workforce Areas.................................................................................................................98
     Telecommunicated Course Enrollment and Contact Hours ....................................................100
     Annual Contact Hours by Dean Area ......................................................................................101


6.   Degrees & Awards
     Useful Terms ...........................................................................................................................104
     Programs of Study ..................................................................................................................105
     Associate Degrees Awarded by Program ...............................................................................109
          Associate of Arts (AA) ......................................................................................................109
          Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) .................................................................................110
          Associate of Science (AS) ..............................................................................................110
          Associate of Applied Science (AAS) ................................................................................ 111
     College Credit Certificates Awarded .......................................................................................114
     Institutional Awards .................................................................................................................117
          Core Completers ..............................................................................................................117
          Field of Study ...................................................................................................................117
          Marketable Skills Achievement ........................................................................................118




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7.   Continuing Education
     Useful Terms ...........................................................................................................................120
     Overview .................................................................................................................................121
     Academic Year Programs .......................................................................................................122
     Community Partnerships ........................................................................................................123
     Testing Partnerships ...............................................................................................................123
     Student Characteristics ..........................................................................................................124
     Annual Headcount by Region and Zip Code ..........................................................................125
     Annual Headcount by Zip Code Map ......................................................................................130
     Annual Headcount by Zip Code .............................................................................................131
     Course Enrollment by Location ..............................................................................................134
     Course Enrollment by Program Area ......................................................................................135


8.   Adult Education
     Useful Terms ...........................................................................................................................138
     Overview .................................................................................................................................139
     Community Partnerships ........................................................................................................140
     Total Enrollment, Participants, and Completers ......................................................................141
     Participants by Gender ...........................................................................................................142
     Participants by Ethnicity .........................................................................................................143
     GED Graduates ......................................................................................................................144


9.   Faculty & Staff
     Useful Terms ...........................................................................................................................146
     Staffing Table Personnel by Classification ..............................................................................147
         Classified Personnel ........................................................................................................148
         Administrative and Professional/Technical Personnel .....................................................148
     Staffing Table Personnel by Ethnicity and Gender .................................................................149
         Classified Personnel ........................................................................................................150
         Professional/Technical Personnel ....................................................................................151
         Administrative Personnel .................................................................................................152
         Grant Personnel ...............................................................................................................153
     Faculty ....................................................................................................................................154
         Highest Degree Earned by Faculty Type .........................................................................154
         Full-time Faculty by Age and Gender ...............................................................................155
         Full-time Faculty by Ethnicity and Gender .......................................................................156
         Full-time Credit Teaching Faculty by Dean Area ..............................................................157
         Adjunct Faculty by Age and Gender ................................................................................158
         Adjunct Faculty by Ethnicity and Gender .........................................................................159
         Adjunct Faculty by Dean Area ..........................................................................................160
         Credit Teaching Faculty....................................................................................................161




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9.   Facilities
     Useful Terms ...........................................................................................................................164
     Location of Full-time Facilities ................................................................................................165
     Descriptions of Facilities .........................................................................................................168


10. Glossary
     Glossary .................................................................................................................................173
     Note to the Fact Book .............................................................................................................178




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                                     General Information
This section can be used for finding:

     •   quick facts about ACC.
     •   ACC’s mission.
     •   information about members of the ACC Board of Trustees.
     •   population projections for ACC’s service area.



                                                          Contents
Useful Terms ............................................................................................................................2
Institutional Profile ...................................................................................................................3
Vision / Mission / Values Statement.........................................................................................6
Historical Profile .......................................................................................................................8
College Presidents ................................................................................................................. 9
Board of Trustees .................................................................................................................10
Library Services Statistical Overview ...................................................................................16
Current and Projected Population .........................................................................................18
ACC Service Area Map..........................................................................................................19
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                                      Useful Terms

  ACC Taxing District - taxing jurisdictions that contribute funding for the College through
  property taxes.

  Enrollment - the number of courses students have registered for.

  Service Area - the territory in which the College provides services.

  Unduplicated Headcount - the sum of students enrolled in credit courses with each student
  counted only once during the reporting period.




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                       Austin Community College
                          Institutional Profile
                                Fall 2009
Type
    •    Public two-year community college

Board of Trustees
    • Nine-member board
    • Elected to serve staggered six-year terms

Taxing District
     • City of Austin
     • Austin ISD
     • Del Valle ISD
     • Leander ISD
     • Manor ISD
     • Round Rock ISD
     • Pflugerville ISD (portions inside the City of Austin)
     • Eanes ISD (portions inside the City of Austin)

Enrollment
    • 40,248 college-credit students
    • 17,672 (43.91%) males; 22,576 (56.09%) females
    • 10,815 (26.87%) full-time students; 29,433 (73.13%) part-time students
    • 31,075 (77.21%) in-district students (from the ACC taxing district)

Credit Teaching Faculty
    • 495 (26.08%) full-time faculty
    • 1,403 (73.92%) adjunct faculty (part-time)

Library
     • 141,354 volumes
     • 1,475 subscriptions

Finances (Fiscal Year: September 1 - August 31)
    • Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Operating Budget: $226,331,254

Majors Offered
    • 21 Associate of Arts (AA)
    • 15 Associate of Science (AS)
    • 82 Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
    • 3 Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT)

Degrees and Certificates Awarded - Academic Year 2008-2009
    • 215 Associate of Arts (AA) degrees
    • 192 Associate of Science (AS) degrees
    • 821 Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees
    • 39 Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) degrees
    • 541 Certificates




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                        Austin Community College
                      Institutional Profile (continued)
                                  Fall 2009
         Campuses                      District Administration
           • Cypress Creek               • Highland Business Center
             555 Cypress Creek Road           5930 Middle Fiskville Road
             Cedar Park, TX 78613             Austin, TX 78752
             Phone: (512) 223-2000            Phone: (512) 223-7000
             Year opened: 1991                Year opened: 1988

           •   Eastview                    •   Service Center
               3401 Webberville Road           9101 Tuscany Way
               Austin, TX 78702                Austin, TX 78754
               Phone: (512) 223-5100           Year opened: 2001
               Year opened: 1999

           •   Northridge
               11928 Stonehollow Dr.
               Austin, TX 78758
               Phone: (512) 223-4782
               Year opened: 1989

           •   Pinnacle
               7748 Hwy. 290 West
               Austin, TX 78736
               Phone: (512) 223-8108
               Year opened: 1990

           •   Rio Grande
               1212 Rio Grande
               Austin, TX 78701
               Phone: (512) 223-3137
               Year opened: 1975

           •   Riverside
               1020 Grove Boulevard
               Austin, TX 78741
               Phone: (512) 223-6201
               Year opened: 1984

           •   South Austin
               1820 W. Stassney Lane
               Austin, TX 78745
               Phone: (512) 223-9100
               Year opened: 2006




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                                         Austin Community College
                                       Institutional Profile (continued)
                                                   Fall 2009




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                      CYP -- Cypress Creek Campus                                                        RGC                    --         Rio Grande Campus
                      EVC -- Eastview Campus                                                             RVS                    --         Riverside Campus
                      HBC -- Highland Business Center                                                    SAC                    --         South Austin Campus
                      NRG -- Northridge Campus                                                           SVC                    --         Service Center
                      PIN -- Pinnacle Campus




Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability

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                               Vision / Mission / Value Statement

  Value Statement

  These are the core values that guide the Austin Community College District’s internal and external
  interactions with each other and our community:


        C – Communication: ACC values open, responsible exchange of ideas.
        A – Access: ACC values an open door to educational potential.
        R – Responsiveness: ACC values targeted actions to address Service Area and internal needs
            within available resources.
        E – Excellence: ACC values commitment to integrity and exemplary standards.
        S – Stewardship: ACC values personal and professional ownership that generates accountability.



  Vision Statement

  The Austin Community College District will be recognized as the preferred gateway to higher education
  and training and as the catalyst for social equity, economic development, and personal enrichment.



  Mission Statement

  The ACC District promotes student success and improves communities by providing
  affordable access to higher education and workforce training in its eight-county service area.

  To fulfill its mission, the College will provide, within its available resources, the mission elements
  prescribed by the State of Texas:

      [a] Vocational and technical programs of varying lengths leading to certificates or degrees.
      [b] Freshman- and sophomore-level academic courses leading to an associate degree or
          serving as the base of a baccalaureate degree program at a four-year institution.
      [c] Continuing adult education for academic, occupational, professional, and cultural enhancement.
      [d] Special instructional programs and tutorial service to assist underprepared students and
          others who wish special assistance to achieve their educational goals.
      [e] A continuing program of counseling and advising designed to assist students in achieving their
          individual educational and occupational goals.
      [f] A program of technology, library, media, and testing services to support instruction.
      [g] Contracted instructional programs and services for area employers that promote economic
          development.




Source: Board of Trustees, Policy A-1

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                   Vision / Mission / Value Statement (continued)

Intended Outcomes

The Austin Community College District, on an on-going and annual basis, will evaluate its effectiveness
in nurturing a teaching and learning environment that achieves its vision and mission. The Austin
Community College District will establish effectiveness outcomes designed to achieve:


         [1] Balanced instructional offerings among the mission elements expected of the College;
         [2] A teaching and learning environment that encourages students to be active, life-long
             learners;
         [3] Accessible and affordable post-secondary and higher education programs and services
             for all who qualify and have the ability to benefit;
         [4] Enrollments reflecting diverse and traditionally underserved populations in numbers
             that represent the local populations of our Service Area;
         [5] Student performance that meets or exceeds established goals based on State and/or
             national benchmarks in the following areas:
                 [a] Transfer to universities;
                 [b] Job placement from career workforce programs into family-wage careers;
                 [c] College retention and program completion of students, including developmental
                      students;
                 [d] Basic skills acquisition including GED achievement;
                 [e] Literacy-level increases including ESL student;
                 [f] Successful transition from developmental to college-level course;
         [6] Efficiently administered programs and services that create an institution that is a
             good place to work, learn, and otherwise experience the higher-education process.

Institutional Effectiveness measures will be established and annually reviewed through the
College’s shared governance process as part of continuous quality improvement efforts.
Institutional Effectiveness measures and assessment results will be reviewed annually by the
Board of Trustees.




The Austin Community College Board of Trustees adopted this policy on February 13, 1973, and amended it on March 4, 1974,
September 2, 1975, January 18, 1982, September 24, 1984, February 3, 1997, May 1, 2000, October 7, 2002, and February 4, 2008.

Source: Board of Trustees, Policy A-1

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                                          Historical Profile
The Austin Community College (ACC) District was established in December 1972 by voters of the Austin
Independent School District (AISD). In the fall of 1973, ACC registered 2,363 students. Classes began on
September 17, 1973. The AISD Board of Trustees served as ACC’s Board of Trustees, and the College
shared the district’s boundaries.

In December 1978, ACC was accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools (SACS) to award associate degrees. ACC’s enrollment had increased to 13,481
students.

On March 1, 1982, the AISD Board, following the guidelines of the Texas Education Code, established
ACC’s own governing Board of Trustees, consisting of nine elected members. Accreditation was
reaffirmed by SACS in 1983, 1993, and 2004.

With its purchase of the Austin Country Club in January 1983, ACC acquired its first real estate. Situated
at 5712 East Riverside Drive, the property is now ACC’s Riverside Campus. ACC’s Board of Trustees held
its first election in the spring of that year.

On November 5, 1985, 83 percent of the citizens of the Leander Independent School District voted to
become part of the ACC taxing district.

Following the passage of the 1985 General Appropriations Act, which stated that “it is the intent of the
Legislature that all public junior colleges receiving state appropriations shall initiate procedures necessary
to secure ad valorem revenues sufficient to supplement the funding of the district by August 31, 1987, ACC
held a successful tax base election on March 15, 1086. The measure passed by 54.2% and approved a
maximum rate of 5 cents per $100 assessed property valuation.

On November 3, 1998, 70 percent of the citizens of the Manor ISD voted to become part of the ACC taxing
district.

On May 3, 2003, voters held a successful referendum that increased the College’s maximum tax rate to 9
cents per $100 assessed property valuation and approved the sale of $99 million in bonds for construction
of a South Austin campus and other facility improvements.

On May 15, 2004, 60 percent of the voters of the Del Valle Independent School District approved
annexation into the ACC taxing district.

On May 7, 2005, 79 percent of voters approved a proposal to annex City of Austin territory not already in
the ACC District. Annexed areas included portions of Pflugerville, Round Rock, and Eanes Independent
School Districts inside the Austin city limits.

The South Austin Campus, ACC’s seventh campus, opened its doors to students for the fall semester
2006. The College now maintains seven campuses: Rio Grande (1975), Riverside (1984), Northridge
(1989), Pinnacle (1990), Cypress Creek (1991), Eastview (1999) and South Austin (2006). The College
operates two additional facilities: the Highland Business Center (1988) and Service Center (2001).

On May 10, 2008, sixty-four percent of the voters of the Round Rock Independent School District
approved annexation into the ACC taxing district. ACC broke ground at the site of the future Round Rock
Campus on February 5, 2009. Construction began on the first phase of the campus which is scheduled to
open for classes in 2010.

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                             Austin Community College
                                College Presidents
                                   1973 - Present

Dr. Thomas Hatfield          President               June 1973 - January 1977

Mr. Marvin D. Shwiff        Interim President       February 1977 - September 1977

Dr. Cecil L. Groves         President               October 1977 - September 1983

Mr. Roland K. Smith         Interim President       October 1983 - November 1983

Dr. Brent Knight            Interim President       December 1983 - August 1984

Mr. Roland K. Smith         Interim President       September 1984 - December 1984

Dr. Daniel D. Angel         President               January 1, 1985 - August 14, 1992

Mr. Roland K. Smith         Interim President       August 15, 1992 - July 31, 1993

Dr. William E. Segura       President               August 1, 1993 - July 31, 1996

Dr. Hosni Nabi              Interim President       August 1, 1996 - January 24, 1997

Ms. Janis M. Koenig         Acting President        January 25-31, 1997

Dr. Richard Fonté           President               February 1, 1997 - January 4, 2004

Dr. Stephen B. Kinslow      Interim President       January 5, 2004 - June 30, 2004

Dr. Robert Aguero           President               July 1, 2004 - April 11, 2005

Dr. Stephen B. Kinslow      Interim President       April 12, 2005 - June 5, 2005

Dr. Stephen B. Kinslow      President               June 6, 2005 - present




Source: Board of Trustees

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                                 Austin Community College
                                2009-2010 Board of Trustees
Nan McRaven, Chair                                                            Place 3: Term ends in 2014

Nan McRaven was re-elected to the Austin Community College District Board of Trustees in 2008, and
currently serves as Chair. McRaven previously served as Vice Chair.

McRaven is the owner of McRaven Consulting, Austin, Texas. McRaven’s former positions include: Texas
State Director of The Trust for Public Land, Austin; Senior Director, Freescale Semiconductor; Vice-
President of Communications and Public Affairs at Motorola Inc; Vice-President of the Austin Chamber
of Commerce; and Director of Personnel and Budget for Travis County. McRaven has taught at ACC as
an adjunct instructor, and has also taught at the University of Texas at the LBJ and business schools.
McRaven served on the ACC Foundation Board and on the St. Edward’s University Business Council.
McRaven has a Bachelor’s degree in Government from Sam Houston State University and a Master’s
degree in Public Affairs from the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs.



Allen H. Kaplan, Vice-Chair                                                  Place 9: Term ends in 2012

Allen Kaplan was elected to the Board of Trustees in 1994, and re-elected in 2000 and 2006. Kaplan
has previously served two years as Vice Chair of the Board and two years as Secretary of the Board. Kaplan
also served on the ACC Foundation Board of Directors. Kaplan is currently the Texas State Chair for the
Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT), having previously served on the ACCT Nominations
and Awards Committees.

Kaplan is a public affairs and marketing consultant representing both public and private clients. Kaplan has
served on numerous community and professional boards including, among others, serving as chair of
the Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Cap Metro) and as a founding Director of the Downtown
Austin Alliance.

Kaplan is very active in the Austin Jewish Community having served on the Boards of Congregation Beth
Israel and the Austin Jewish Day School and on the Community Relations Committee and the Jewish
Community Association’s Strategic Planning Committee. Kaplan and his wife, Maxine, are founders of and
active members in Congregation Shir Ami in Cedar Park, where he is a Past President. Maxine and
Allen are also founders of the Leander Educational Excellence Foundation, which supports the students
and faculty of the Leander Independent School District.

Kaplan received his BA in Political Science with minors in History and Theater from the
Brooklyn College, City University of New York.




Source: Board of Trustees

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                                  Austin Community College
                            2009-2010 Board of Trustees (continued)
Dr. Barbara Mink, Secretary                                               Place 7: Term ends in 2012

Dr. Barbara Mink was first elected to the Board of Trustees in 2000 and was re-elected in 2006; she
currently serves as Secretary of the Board of Trustees. Mink served as Chair of the Board from
2004-2006, Vice-Chair of the Board from 2002-2004, and has also served two terms on the Board of
Directors of the ACC Foundation (2009-2011 and 2002-2004).

Since 1978, Mink has been a professor in the School of Human and Organization Development (HOD) at
the Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara, CA. Mink teaches and supervises doctoral students in
the areas of organizational theories, management and leadership systems, and learning and motivation.
Mink has also been the Dean (1997-2001) of the HOD Program. Mink served a three-year term on the
Board of Trustees of the Fielding Graduate University where she was a member of the Board Executive
Committee and was Chair, Board Committee on Diversity and Social Justice. Mink is also a lecturer in the
Department of Educational Administration at The University of Texas at Austin.

Mink has over 35 years of international consulting experience in the areas of leadership development
and the design and implementation of organizational change. She has worked with clients in the fields of
manufacturing, health care, education, government, communications technology, and banking.

Mink’s honors include being elected to Pi Mu Epsilon (mathematics honorary) and the Board
of Directors of the Human Resource Planning Society. Mink has been listed in Outstanding Educators of
America, Who’s Who in American Women, and Who’s Who in the South and Southwest. Mink is also
currently on the Board of Trustees of the Texas Association of Community College Trustees and
Administrators (TACCTA). Mink has also been President of TACCTA. Mink is currently on the Board of
Directors of Envision Central Texas.

Mink has also won poetry and creative writing awards in Texas writing competitions and is currently the
President of her northeast Austin neighborhood association.




Source: Board of Trustees

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                                  Austin Community College
                            2009-2010 Board of Trustees (continued)
Tim Mahoney                                                                 Place 1: Term ends in 2014

Tim Mahoney, first elected as a board member in May 2008, is an attorney, community lawyer, and
trained mediator. Building structures for community cooperation and consensus have been among his
longtime interests, and community education has been his passion. Graduating in 1974 from Dallas
Community College, Mahoney returned to Austin in 1975, completing a degree in Humanities from the
University of Texas in 1978. Mahoney’s journalism skills won him a number of national awards for articles
written in The Texas Observer about taxing and bank-holding companies. Mahoney’s attendance at the
LBJ School of Public Affairs resulted in his 1982 Master’s thesis: A Case Study of Decentralized Power
Systems and Municipal Politics, Austin, Texas, 1979 to 1981. Entering the South Texas College of Law in
1989, he received his J.D. in 1991, with course work at the University of Texas School of Law. Mahoney
was licensed to practice law in Texas in 1992.

Community colleges are the gateway to higher learning, absolutely essential for growing a workforce
that will sustain a robust future for Texas citizens. Mahoney is the product of a community college. During
his campaign in early 2008, he was buoyed by the spontaneous stories voters told him about their
positive community college experiences. Often these folks were the first in a working-class family to go
to college, worked while going to school, or increased their educational opportunities at different stages
of their lives. For many, without the community college option, there would have been no college at all!

For the last few years, Mahoney has worked with other community leaders to find ways to empower
local communities. That continuing effort has included organizing neighborhood-based capacity-building
training programs, including the 2007 Neighborhood Planning Conference at Austin Community
College’s Eastview Campus. See: www.neighboraustin.com.

Mahoney and his wife, Melanie, have been married since 1989. Between them they have four children.
The two oldest are married; one lives in Chicago, Illinois, and the other in Asheville, North Carolina. The
two youngest attend AISD schools.




Source: Board of Trustees

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                                  Austin Community College
                            2009-2010 Board of Trustees (continued)
John-Michael Cortez                                                         Place 2: Term ends in 2014

A life-long resident of Central Texas, John-Michael Vincent Cortez graduated from McNeil High School
in Business from The McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin and is
currently enrolled in the Masters of Science in Community and Regional Planning Program
in UT’s School of Architecture. Cortez is also a graduate of the Hispanic Austin Leadership program
and 2008 Leadership Austin Essential Class. Cortez’s passion for public service is evidenced by his
leadership roles in several community organizations and efforts. Cortez is a Past President of the
Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation, and is a Past President of the Austin
History Center Association. Cortez has also served on the Board of Directors of the Greater Austin
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Austin Partners in Education, Friends of the Austin Public Library,
Austin Public Library Foundation, Austin Independent School District Foundation, Hispanic Scholarship
Consortium of Central Texas, Liveablecity, and Austin Latino Music Association. Cortez is also
an active member of the Rotary Club of East Austin and a founding member of FuturoFund Austin.

Due to his extensive work in the community, Cortez was appointed by the Austin City Council to serve on
the Libraries for the Future Task Force, Zoning and Platting Commission, and Planning Commission. The
Austin ISD Board of Trustees also appointed Cortez to serve on the Austin Community Education
Consortium and co-chair of the Task Force for the District Strategic Plan.

Cortez grew up working in his family’s restaurants in Austin, was previously employed as a consultant at
an Austin-based firm, co-founded and ran a local, small business in the construction industry, and
served as Outreach Director for the Office of Congressman Lloyd Doggett. Cortez currently serves
as Community Involvement Team Coordinator for Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

A native Austinite and third-generation attendee of UT-Austin, Cortez is a rabid Longhorn fan, yet recently
found himself falling in love with and happily marrying a wonderful Aggie, Priscilla Guajardo, and two are
eagerly arriving of their first child in the Spring of 2010.




Source: Board of Trustees

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                                  Austin Community College
                            2009-2010 Board of Trustees (continued)
Jeffrey Richard                                                                 Place 4: Term ends in 2010

Jeffrey Richard was elected to the Board of Trustees in 2004, and was elected Secretary that year as well.
In 2005, he was named Secretary of the Board for a second one-year term. Richard’s priorities for
service include maintaining and strengthening ACC’s accreditation with SACS; expanding opportunities
for students throughout the region to pay less in ACC tuition by having their jurisdictions vote to join ACC;
providing re-training/re-skilling services that enable adults to adapt to ever-changing marketplace demand;
and pursuing new funding sources similar to the “Rising Star” scholarship program, in order to enable more
students to pay for community college education.

In 2005, Richard was named President and Chief Executive Officer of the Austin Area Urban League, one
of more than 102 affiliates of the National Urban League, whose mission is to assist African Americans
and disadvantaged persons to achieve economic and social equality. Prior to the Urban League, Richard
was Vice President of Education for the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, where he studies policy and
monitors outcomes in K-12 academic achievement and success.

Richard has more than 15 years of consulting experience and has conducted performance
improvement and technology consulting projects for school districts, local governments, and state
agencies. Richard has reviewed a number of school district budgets and operations, including Dallas ISD,
Houston ISD, North East ISD, Knox County (Tennessee) Public Schools; and Fairfax County (Virginia)
Public Schools. Richard also was part of the professional consulting team that reviewed the technology
infrastructure at Austin Community College as part of the Texas Comptroller’s Performance Review.
Additionally, he has served as an adjunct faculty member in Economics at Texas State University-San
Marcos since 2001.

Richard holds a B.S. in Political Science and Economics from Texas Christian University, with Phi Beta Kappa
and Magna Cum Laude honors. Richard also earned a Master’s degree in Urban Economic Development
from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. In addition, he graduated from the
Leadership Austin Class of 2001-02, and is also a licensed Christian Minister, serving in an associate capacity
at the St. James Baptist Church in Austin, Texas. Richard and his bride, Naomi, have a daughter.


Raul Alvarez                                                                    Place 5: Term ends in 2010

Raul Alvarez was elected in May 2008 to fill the unexpired term of Place 5 on the Board of Trustees of the
Austin Community College District.

Alvarez previously served two terms on the Austin City Council, having been first elected in 2000, and
re-elected in May 2003. Alvarez served as the Austin City Council representative on the Capital Metro Board
of Directors and on the Community Action Network’s Resource Council.

Born in Roma, Texas, Alvarez graduated from Rio Grande City High School. Alvarez earned an Industrial
Engineering degree from Stanford University and a Master’s in Urban Planning from the University of Texas
at Austin.

Alvarez currently works as the Grassroots Community Coordinator for the Austin Independent School
District’s Office of Redesign.

Trustee Alvarez is married to Theresa Alvarez. Raul and Theresa’s daughter, Sofia Mireya Alvarez, was born
June 28, 2004
Source: Board of Trustees

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                                  Austin Community College
                            2009-2010 Board of Trustees (continued)
Veronica Rivera                                                               Place 6: Term ends in 2010

Veronica Rivera was elected to the Board of Trustees in 2004 and currently serves as Vice-Chair. In
addition, she served one year as Secretary of the Board. Rivera currently serves on the Advisory Council
of the ACC Center for Public Policy & Political Studies and served on the Board of Directors of the ACC
Foundation from 2004 to 2008.

Rivera is an attorney and of counsel with Akers, & Boulware-Wells, LLP, Austin, Texas. Rivera is a former
school teacher and also has worked in the Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice Division.

Rivera serves on the Board of Directors and is the co-founder of Las Comadres, a network for Hispanic
women and serves on the Board of Directors of BiG Austin and the Foundation Board of the Texas Community
College Teachers Association. Rivera is a past President of the Hispanic Bar Association of Austin and
served on its Foundation Board. Rivera is a graduate of Leadership Austin and Hispanic Austin Leadership.

Rivera received a Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the University of Texas School of Law. Rivera earned a
Master of Business Administration degree from Texas State University in San Marcos and graduated with
honors, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a Teacher Certificate in Broad Social Studies from
St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas.


Dr. James W. McGuffee,                                                         Place 8: Term ends in 2012

James McGuffee was elected to the Board of Trustees of the Austin Community College District in 2006.
McGuffee served as Secretary of the Board from 2007-2009.

Since 2000, Dr. McGuffee has been a member of the faculty in the Department of Computer Sciences at St.
Edward’s University. From 2005-2008, he served as Department Head. McGuffee is the author of numerous
published academic papers and is a member of the south-central regional steering committee of the
Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges (CCSC). Prior to joining the faculty at St. Edward’s University,
Dr. McGuffee was an associate professor and an assistant dean at Austin Community College.

McGuffee is a member of the South Austin Civic Club. McGuffee serves as an elder at Central Christian
Church (Disciples of Christ). McGuffee previously served as a member of the board of directors of the
Texas Bible Chair Foundation from 2006-2008 and a volunteer on ACC’s South Austin Community
Advisory Committee from 2002-2006.

McGuffee was a member of the first graduating class of the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts.
McGuffee received his B.S. in Computer Science from Louisiana Tech University. McGuffee received his Ph.D.
from Louisiana State University where he majored in Computer Science and minored in Speech Communication.




Source: Board of Trustees

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                                      Library Services Statistical Overview
                                                Fiscal Year 2009

Library Services provides library staff, resources, and services to ACC students, faculty, and staff at
the seven main campuses, four evening teaching sites, and to distance learning students.



                                                                                                    FY08                FY09 % Change

     Usage1 (in person, face to face contact in libraries or classrooms)
         Door count2                                                                             1,124,027 1,414,718                  25.86%
                   Average per week            32,153
           Checkouts3                                                                               103,833          113,374           9.19%
                   Average per week             2,577
                                           4
           Reference transactions                                                                     27,365          28,511           4.19%
                   Average per week              648
                                 5
           Patron contacts                                                                          110,170         132,841           20.58%
                   Average per week             3,019
           Teaching presentations (to groups)                                                             375             361         -3.73%
                   Average per week                 8

           Persons attending teaching presentations                                                    5,936            5,634         -5.09%
                   Average per week              128

           Classes with Information Literacy Programs6                                                    825           1,010         22.42%

     Electronic Usage7
         Library Services homepage pageviews                                                     1,014,250 1,080,944                   6.58%
                   Average per week            22,999
           Library Services online catalog searches                                                 582,387         799,376           37.26%
                   Average per week            17,008
           General Library Services information pageviews
           (hours, locations, etc.)                                                                 199,018         218,884            9.98%
                   Average per week             4,657



1
     Weekly figures are based on a 44-week year, to account for closed times.
2
     Number of people who physically entered ACC libraries during the Fiscal Year.
3
     Items checked out and/or renewed at ACC libraries.
4
    A research or information contact involving knowledge, use, interpretation or instruction in use of information sources.
5
    Includes answering research, informational and directional questions, helping patrons with computers, printers, e-mail, etc., and an-
      swering reference queries.
6
    In these classes, faculty librarian and classroom faculty have worked together to design instructional programs to teach students the
      information literacy skills appropriate to that class. The programs are integrated into the coursework for all classes taught on that sub-
      ject (English Composition I, Chemistry I, Introduction to Business, Developmental Reading, Developmental Writing) or into selected
      classes. Integrated Information Literacy session class limits are typically 28 students.
7
    Electronic usage is computed on a 47-week year, as these are often available when the libraries are closed.

Source: Library Services
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                        Library Services Statistical Overview (continued)
                                        Fiscal Year 2009




                                                                                                    FY08           FY09 % Change

     Electronic Usage7 (continued)
         Electronic database usage statistics
             Searches8                                                                          457,212         594,491         30.03%
                   Average per week          12,649
                Sessions9                                                                       160,191         205,162         28.07%
                   Average per week           4,365
           E-Book usage statistics (checkouts)                                                   41,516          71,968         73.35%
           Top web subject link pageviews10                                                     226,777              NA             NA
           (pages recommended by ACC librarians)

           LibGuide subject webpages11                                                                 NA       163,421                 NA
                Average per week              4,669
                                    12
           Online Tutorial use           (Info Game, Chemistry 1411, and Speech)              1,321,831 1,325,088                 0.25%
                Average per week             28,193


     Collection
         Paper volumes
             Held at end of year                                                                138,024         141,354          2.41%
             Added during year                                                                    9,242          10,688         15.65%
         E-books                                                                                 30,765          31,584          2.66%
         Audiovisuals
             Held at end of year                                                                  16,062         17,731         10.39%
             Added during year                                                                     1,178          1,843         56.45%
         Paper and microform subscriptions                                                         1,472          1,475          0.20%
           Electronic database subscriptions13                                                        78             79           1.28%
           E-Journals                                                                                  NA        43,679              NA
7
     Electronic usage is computed on a 47-week year, as these are often available when the libraries are closed.
8
     Searches signifies a specific query, i.e. the number of times information was submitted via a search box.
9
     Sessions indicates the unique cycle of user activities, usually defined by the time between when a user connects to a service and
     when they exit. COUNTER stats are used where available.
10
     Closed December 2008.
11
     Opened December 2008.
12
     These interactive, online tutorials teach information literacy skills and guide students through classroom and library research.
13
     An electronic database is a paid subscription linked from the Library website for ACC student, faculty and staff use.


Source: Library Services

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                                             ACC Service Area
                                      Current and Projected Population

These numbers reflect the current and projected population for ACC’s service area. The legislatively
designated service area encompasses the following eight counties: Blanco, Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays,
Gillespie, Gonzales1, Travis, and Williamson2.

These data are whole county population estimates and projections.




                                                      Age 18-44 Population
                                            % of                          % of                          % of                           % of
Ethnicity                      2009         Total             2010        Total             2015        Total             2020         Total

White                      377,790       51.21%           378,528      50.36%           385,469      46.53%            398,131      43.75%
Black                        54,344       7.37%            55,135       7.34%             60,340       7.28%            66,200       7.28%
Hispanic                   268,472       36.39%           280,547      37.32%           343,883      41.51%            404,663      44.47%
Other/Unknown                37,084       5.03%            37,442       4.98%             38,759       4.68%            40,933       4.50%


TOTAL                      737,690 100.00%                751,652 100.00%               828,451 100.00%                909,927 100.00%




                                                          Total Population
                                            % of                          % of                          % of                           % of
Ethnicity                      2009         Total             2010        Total             2015        Total             2020         Total

White                      935,136       56.05%           949,591      55.41%         1,022,910      52.33%         1,098,433       49.45%
Black                      124,680        7.47%           127,281       7.43%           140,867        7.21%           155,036       6.98%
Hispanic                   533,286       31.96%           558,777      32.60%           697,316      35.67%            856,283      38.55%
Other/Unknown                75,255       4.51%            78,186       4.56%             93,795       4.80%           111,461       5.02%


TOTAL                    1,668,357 100.00%             1,713,835 100.00%              1,954,888 100.00%             2,221,213 100.00%


1
    Includes only the part of the Nixon-Smiley Consolidated Independent School District (ISD) located in Gonzales county. This territory
    was added to ACC’s service area effective Fall 2001.
2
    Excludes the territory within the Florence, Granger, Hutto, Taylor, and Thrall ISDs.

NOTE:      Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Texas State Data Center and Office of the State Demographer. Texas Population Estimates Program (online), http://txsdc.utsa.
edu/tpepp/txpopest.php, San Antonio, TX: Institute for Demographic and Socioeconomic Research, The University of Texas at San Anto-
nio. 2000-2004 Migration Scenario.

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                                        ACC Service Area Map
                                             Fall 2009

                                                                                                                 BELL


                                                      BURNET                          WILLIAMSON                                                        M

MASON                       LLANO
                                                                                                         Georgetown
                                                                                                                            Taylor
                                                                                     Cedar           Round
                                                                                      Park           Rock
                                                                           Lago
                                                                           Vista                             Pflugerville

                                                                                                                                Elgin
           GILLESPIE                        BLANCO
                                                                      TRAVIS                        Austin
                                                 Johnson
                       Fredricksburg             City           Dripping
                                                                Springs


                                        Blanco                                                                                          Bastrop
                                                                                   Buda
ERR
                                                                 HAYS                                               BASTROP                Smithville
                                                                                          Kyle
                                                                              San
                           KENDALL                                           Marcos                Lockhart



                                                       COMAL                                         CALDWELL

                                                                                                           Luling



                                                                                                                    Gonzales
                                                                           GUADALUPE
                                                                                                     GONZALES




      ±
                                                                                                 Nixon

                                                                    WILSON
      20    10     0                   20                  40                                                                        DE WITT
                                                            Miles                            KARNES




                                                           Cities
                                                           Lakes
                                                           Counties
                                                           ACC Service Area
                                                           Highways
                                                           ACC Taxing District




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                                         Student Demographics

This section can be used for finding:

      • 12th Class Day student headcount .
      • student characteristics statistics.



                                                                    Contents
Useful Terms .................................................................................................................................................22
Student Characteristics District-wide ............................................................................................................23
  Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) .........................................................................................................24
  Headcount by Age and Gender .................................................................................................................25
  Headcount by Ethnicity and Gender .........................................................................................................26
  Headcount by Gender and Full/Part-time Status ......................................................................................27
  Headcount by Ethnicity and Full/Part-time Status .....................................................................................27
  Headcount by Full/Part-time Status ..........................................................................................................28
  Headcount by Day/Evening Classification ................................................................................................29
  Headcount by Region and Zip Code .........................................................................................................30
  Headcount by Zip Code Map ....................................................................................................................36
  Headcount by Zip Code ............................................................................................................................37
Declared Majors............................................................................................................................................40
High School Concurrent Enrollment by School District ................................................................................50
Developmental Education .............................................................................................................................51
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                                           Useful Terms

  12th Class Day Data – total enrollments as of the 12th day of class of the 16-week session.
  (Official Reporting Date for the Fall and Spring Semesters.)

  Distance Learning – courses delivered to individuals and groups by synchronous or
  asynchronous methods. Delivery methods include instructional television (using recorded
  video programs shown on cable TV and on cassette), Personal Computer with Modem (using
  Internet and email), print-based courses (using a textbook), directed studies, and live televised
  classes (to individual students via the Internet or cable television).

  Headcount – the number of students enrolled in one or more courses. This number may be
  duplicated or unduplicated.

  High School Concurrent Enrollment – the number of students enrolled in high school (as
  juniors and seniors) and in college. These students receive college credit and may receive
  high school graduation credit for the classes they take at ACC.

  In-district – students who live within ACC’s tax-paying districts and pay taxes in support of
  the college and receive lower in-district tuition rates. Students who live or own property within
  the City of Austin or the Austin, Del Valle, Leander, or Manor Independent School Districts,
  as well as portions of Eanes, Pflugerville and Round Rock Independent School Districts are
  considered in-district students.

  Out-of-district – students who live outside ACC’s in-district taxing boundaries as identified in
  the in-district definition. Higher out-of-district tuition rates are charged to out-of-district students.

  Reporting Dates – Fall/Spring: 12th Class Day




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                                                               Student Characteristics
                                                                    District-wide
                                                                   Fall 2005 - 2009

                                                                                                                                                 05-09
                                                   Fall 2005          Fall 2006         Fall 2007            Fall 2008          Fall 2009        % chg
     Student Headcount                              31,908             33,039            33,508               35,798             40,248         26.14%
     Credit Hours                                   253,569            262,355           267,284             281,149            319,408         25.96%
     Average Credit Hours                             7.90               7.90              8.00                7.85               7.94           0.46%
     Contact Hours                                 4,832,704          5,016,656         5,123,072           5,386,376          6,107,714        26.38%
     Average Contact Hours                           151.50             151.80           152.90               150.47            151.75           0.17%
     Full-time Student Equivalent
                                                     16,905            17,490            17,819              18,743             21,294          25.96%
     (FTSE)¹
     Residency
      In-District                              23,266 72.92%        23,533 71.23%     23,542   70.26%     27,221 76.04%      31,075 77.21%      33.56%
      Out-of-District                           7,719 24.19%         8,502 25.73%      9,081   27.10%      7,702 21.52%       8,173 20.31%       5.88%
      Out-of-State/International                  575 1.80%            689 2.09%         573   1.71%         496 1.39%          622 1.55%        8.17%
      Other/Unknown2                              348 1.09%            315 0.95%         312    0.93%        379 1.06%          378 0.94%        8.62%

     Gender
      Male                                     13,831 43.35%        14,498 43.88%     14,434 43.08%       15,486 43.26%      17,672 43.91%      27.77%
      Female                                   18,077 56.65%        18,541 56.12%     19,074 56.92%       20,312 56.74%      22,576 56.09%      24.89%
     Student Status
       Part-time                               23,063 72.28%        23,821 72.10%     24,276 72.45%       26,470 73.94%      29,433 73.13%      27.62%
       Full-time3                               8,818 27.64%         9,218 27.90%      9,232 27.55%        9,328 26.06%      10,815 26.87%      22.65%

     Ethnicity
       White                                   19,097 59.85%        19,467 58.92%     19,810   59.12%     20,754 57.98%      23,043 57.25%       20.66%
       Black                                    2,383 7.47%          2,557 7.74%       2,689    8.02%      2,978 8.32%        3,543 8.80%        48.68%
       Hispanic                                 7,456 23.37%         8,014 24.26%      7,897   23.57%      8,846 24.71%      10,065 25.01%       34.99%
       Asian/Pacific Islander                   1,596 5.00%          1,598 4.84%       1,780   5.31%       2,029 5.67%        2,222 5.52%        39.22%
       Am. Indian/Alaskan Native                  231 0.72%            294 0.89%         293   0.87%         306 0.85%          349 0.87%        51.08%
       Non-Resident Alien                         652 2.04%            661 2.00%         558    1.67%        441 1.23%          422 1.05%       -35.28%
       Other/Unknown                              493 1.55%            448 1.36%         481    1.44%        444 1.24%          604 1.50%        22.52%
     Age
      16 and Under                                 620     1.94%      844    2.55%       859   2.56%       1,075    3.00%     1,226    3.05%    97.74%
      17                                         1,382     4.33%    1,415    4.28%     1,655    4.94%      1,742    4.87%     1,914    4.76%    38.49%
      18                                         2,840     8.90%    3,104    9.39%     3,197    9.54%      3,489    9.75%     3,604    8.95%    26.90%
      19-21                                      9,300    29.15%    9,586   29.01%     9,809   29.27%     10,147   28.35%    10,800   26.83%    16.13%
      22-24                                      5,428    17.01%    5,370   16.25%     5,273   15.74%      5,492   15.34%     6,252   15.53%    15.18%
      25-30                                      5,636    17.66%    5,907   17.88%     5,861   17.49%      6,311   17.63%     7,385   18.35%    31.03%
      31-35                                      2,518     7.89%    2,533    7.67%     2,489    7.43%      2,787    7.79%     3,363    8.36%    33.56%
      36-50                                      3,444    10.79%    3,501   10.60%     3,558   10.62%      3,845   10.74%     4,594   11.41%    33.39%
      51-64                                        673     2.11%      703    2.13%       715    2.13%        839    2.34%     1,020    2.53%    51.56%
      65 and Over                                   67     0.21%       76    0.23%        85    0.25%         71    0.20%        87    0.22%    29.85%
      Unknown                                        0     0.00%        0    0.00%         7    0.02%          0    0.00%         3    0.01%          .
      Average Age                                25.50          .   25.40         .    25.30          .    25.40         .    25.80         .    1.18%




1
    Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) is based on 15 SCH.
2
    Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
3
    Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                          Student Characteristics
                                   Full-Time Student Equivalent (FTSE)1
                                                 Fall 2009

                                                                                                             07-09
                                                   Fall 2007            Fall 2008        Fall 2009           % chg
    Total Students                                  17,819               18,790           21,294            19.50%
    Student Status
      Part-time                                9,783      54.90%   10,688 56.88%      11,934 56.04%         21.99%
      Full-time2                               8,036      45.10%    8,102 43.12%       9,360 43.96%         16.48%

    Residency
     In-District                              12,637      70.92%   14,389 76.58%      16,534 77.65%          30.84%
     Out-of-District                           4,614      25.89%    3,826 20.36%       4,082 19.17%         -11.53%
     Out-of-State/International                  328       1.84%      282 1.50%          375 1.76%           14.33%
     Other/Unknown3                              241       1.35%      294 1.56%          302 1.42%           25.31%

    Gender
     Male                                      8,046      45.15%    8,541 45.46%       9,829 46.16%         22.16%
     Female                                    9,773      54.85%   10,249 54.54%      11,465 53.84%         17.31%
    Ethnicity
      White                                   10,672      59.89%   11,022 58.66%      12,322 57.87%          15.46%
      Black                                    1,369       7.68%    1,488 7.92%        1,808 8.49%           32.07%
      Hispanic                                 4,084      22.92%    4,516 24.03%       5,237 24.59%          28.23%
      Asian/Pacific Islander                     949       5.33%    1,102 5.86%        1,195 5.61%           25.92%
      Am. Indian/Alaskan Native                  162       0.91%      167 0.89%          189 0.89%           16.67%
      Non-Resident Alien                         334       1.87%      262 1.39%          250 1.17%          -25.15%
      Other/Unknown                              249       1.40%      233 1.24%          294 1.38%           18.07%
    Age
     16 and Under                                255       1.43%     308      1.64%      365        1.71%    43.14%
     17                                          571       3.20%     580      3.09%      634        2.98%    11.03%
     18                                        2,129      11.95%   2,299     12.24%    2,403       11.28%    12.87%
     19-21                                     6,127      34.38%   6,313     33.60%    6,679       31.37%     9.01%
     22-24                                     2,852      16.01%   2,948     15.69%    3,369       15.82%    18.13%
     25-30                                     2,952      16.57%   3,141     16.72%    3,794       17.82%    28.52%
     31-35                                     1,141       6.40%   1,287      6.85%    1,600        7.51%    40.23%
     36-50                                     1,499       8.41%   1,579      8.40%    2,027        9.52%    35.22%
     51-64                                       267       1.50%     316      1.68%      397        1.86%    48.69%
     65 and Over                                  24       0.13%      19      0.10%       25        0.12%     4.17%
     Unknown                                       2       0.01%       0      0.00%        1        0.00%   -50.00%




1
    Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) is based on 15 SCH.
2
    Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
3
    Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 and some numbers may not add up to the totals due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                           Student Characteristics
                                                        Headcount by Age and Gender
                                                                 Fall 2009

                      Age                               Male                     Female                            Total
                      16 and Under                438        2.48%              788        3.49%            1,226      3.05%
                      17                          752        4.26%            1,162        5.15%            1,914      4.76%
                      18                        1,666        9.43%            1,938        8.58%            3,604      8.95%
                      19-21                     5,233       29.61%            5,567       24.66%           10,800     26.83%
                      22-24                     2,846       16.10%            3,406       15.09%            6,252     15.53%
                      25-30                     3,219       18.22%            4,166       18.45%            7,385     18.35%
                      31-35                     1,372        7.76%            1,991        8.82%            3,363      8.36%
                      36-50                     1,701        9.63%            2,893       12.81%            4,594     11.41%
                      51-64                       395        2.24%              625        2.77%            1,020      2.53%
                      65 and Over                  49        0.28%               38        0.17%               87      0.22%
                      Unknown                       1        0.01%                2        0.01%                3      0.01%
                      TOTAL                    17,672     100.00%            22,576      100.00%           40,248 100.00%


                                6,000
  Headcount by Age and Gender




                                5,000

                                4,000

                                3,000

                                2,000

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                                   0
                                        <=16     17        18   19-21   22-24    25-30     31-35   36-50   51-64      >=65

                                                                        Male     Female




NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                    Student Characteristics
                                               Headcount by Ethnicity and Gender
                                                           Fall 2009

   Ethnicity                                                 Male                        Female               Total

   White                                             10,360       58.62%             12,683     56.18%   23,043   57.25%
   Black                                                 1,313     7.43%              2,230     9.88%     3,543   8.80%
   Hispanic                                              4,365    24.70%              5,700     25.25%   10,065   25.01%
   Asian/Pacific Islander                                 994      5.62%              1,228     5.44%     2,222   5.52%
   Am. Indian/Alaskan Native                              187      1.06%               162      0.72%      349    0.87%
   Non-Resident Alien                                     201      1.14%               221      0.98%      422    1.05%
   Other/Unknown                                          252      1.43%               352      1.56%      604    1.50%

   TOTAL                                             17,672 100.00%                  22,576 100.00%      40,248 100.00%


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     Headcount by Ethnicity




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NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                Student Characteristics
                      Headcount by Gender and Full/Part-time Status
                                      Fall 2009

  Gender                                    Full-time             Part-time               Total
  Male                                   5,510        50.95%   12,162    41.32%      17,672       43.91%
  Female                                 5,305        49.05%   17,271    58.68%      22,576       56.09%
  TOTAL                                10,815        100.00%   29,433   100.00%      40,248      100.00%




                                Student Characteristics
                     Headcount by Ethnicity and Full/Part-time Status
                                       Fall 2009

  Ethnicity                                 Full-time            Part-time               Total
  White                                  6,541       60.48%    16,502    56.07%      23,043       57.25%
  Black                                    774        7.16%     2,769        9.41%    3,543       8.80%
  Hispanic                               2,423       22.40%     7,642    25.96%      10,065       25.01%
  Asian/Pacific Islander                   672        6.21%     1,550        5.27%    2,222       5.52%
  Am. Indian/Alaskan Native                109        1.01%      240         0.82%     349        0.87%
  Non-Resident Alien                       175        1.62%      247         0.84%     422        1.05%
  Other/Unknown                            121        1.12%      483         1.64%     604        1.50%
  TOTAL                                10,815        100.00%   29,433   100.00%      40,248   100.00%




NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                                 Student Characteristics
                                                             Headcount by Full/Part-time Status
                                                                     Fall 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                                 05-09
                                                                  Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009              % chg
    FULL-TIME STUDENTS¹
       Headcount                                                     8,829       9,218        9,232       9,328      10,815    22.49%
           % of Total                                              27.67%      27.90%       27.55%      26.06%      26.87%

       Average Hours Attempted                                       13.00       13.00       13.06        13.03      12.98      -0.15%


    PART-TIME STUDENTS²
      Headcount                                                     23,079      23,821       24,276      26,470      29,433    27.53%
           % of Total                                              72.33%      72.10%       72.45%      73.94%      73.13%

       Average Hours Attempted                                        6.00        6.00           6.05      6.06       6.08       1.33%

    TOTAL HEADCOUNT                                                 31,908     33,039       33,508      35,798      40,248     26.14%
        Headcount by Full/Part-time Status




                                             35,000
                                             30,000
                                             25,000
                                             20,000
                                             15,000
                                             10,000
                                              5,000
                                                 0
                                                      Fall 2005    Fall 2006         Fall 2007          Fall 2008        Fall 2009

                                                                                Full-time   Part-time




1
    Full-time students are those enrolled in 12 or more semester credit hours
2
    Part-time students are those enrolled in less than 12 semester credit hours.

NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                   Student Characteristics
                            Headcount by Day/Evening Classification
                                       Fall 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                              05-09
 Classification                                      Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                        % chg
 Day                                                     15,367       15,927        16,089        17,279        19,088       24.21%
 % of Total                                             48.16%       48.21%        48.02%        48.27%        47.43%

 Evening                                                  4,529        4,640         4,319         4,322         4,741        4.68%
 % of Total                                             14.19%       14.04%        12.89%        12.07%        11.78%

 Distance Learning                                        2,518         2,569         2,926         3,018         3,275      30.06%
 % of Total                                              7.89%         7.78%         8.73%         8.43%         8.14%

 Day & Evening                                            5,790        6,023         6,155         6,547         7,780       34.37%
 % of Total                                             18.15%       18.23%        18.37%        18.29%        19.33%

 Day & Distance Learning                                  2,027         2,211         2,232         2,523         3,064      51.16%
 % of Total                                              6.35%         6.69%         6.66%         7.05%         7.61%

 Evening & Distance Learning                                820           866           953         1,103         1,161      41.59%
 % of Total                                              2.57%         2.62%         2.84%         3.08%         2.88%

 Day & Evening & Distance Learning                          686           700           761           808         1,017      48.25%
 % of Total                                              2.15%         2.12%         2.27%         2.26%         2.53%

 Non-identifiable                                           171           103            73           198           122     -28.65%
 % of Total                                              0.54%         0.31%         0.22%         0.55%         0.30%
 Total                                                   31,908       33,039        33,508        35,798        40,248       26.14%




NOTES:     Classifications are mutually exclusive. Day students are enrolled in courses that begin before 5:30 PM and evening students
           are enrolled in courses that begin at or after 5:30 PM. The “Non-identifiable” category includes self-paced courses and courses
           without designated meeting times. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                   Headcount by Region and Zip Code
                                           Fall 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                 05-09
  Region                  Zip Code         Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                     % chg
  Austin/Travis County, Central
    Austin             78701                     140          127          109          114          120       -14.29%
    Austin             78703                     389          369          342          351          350       -10.03%
    Austin             78705                     940          918          949          940        1,052        11.91%
    Austin             78712                       1            0            1            0            0              .
    Austin             78751                     507          515          480          499          506        -0.20%
    Austin             78752                     338          349          329          359          362         7.10%
    Austin             78756                     170          190          193          185          198        16.47%
    Austin             78757                     588          556          522          499          538        -8.50%
     Total                                     3,073        3,024        2,925        2,947         3,126        1.72%
     % of Grand Total                         9.63%        9.15%        8.73%        8.23%         7.77%

  Austin/Travis County, East
    Austin             78702                     479          460          480          531          613        27.97%
    Austin             78721                     198          182          194          235          277        39.90%
    Austin             78722                     198          185          187          173          160       -19.19%
    Austin             78723                     557          533          507          541          658        18.13%
     Total                                     1,432        1,360        1,368        1,480         1,708       19.27%
     % of Grand Total                         4.49%        4.12%        4.08%        4.13%         4.24%

  Austin/Travis County, North
    Austin             78727                     686          763          751          740          853        24.34%
    Austin             78728                     336          327          337          403          498        48.21%
    Austin             78758                   1,456        1,381        1,444        1,391        1,555         6.80%
     Total                                     2,478        2,471        2,532        2,534         2,906       17.27%
     % of Grand Total                         7.77%        7.48%        7.56%        7.08%         7.22%

  Austin/Travis County, Northwest
    Austin             78726                     325          312          304          335          352         8.31%
    Austin             78730                     102          120           98          112          141        38.24%
    Austin             78731                     541          501          503          461          541         0.00%
    Austin             78750                     414          439          463          525          598        44.44%
    Austin             78759                   1,046          930          975          944        1,030        -1.53%
     Total                                     2,428        2,302        2,343        2,377         2,662        9.64%
     % of Grand Total                         7.61%        6.97%        6.99%        6.64%         6.61%




NOTES: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions
       developed by ACC administration.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                         Headcount by Region and Zip Code (continued)
                                       Fall 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                       05-09
    Region                   Zip Code         Fall 2005     Fall 2006     Fall 2007     Fall 2008     Fall 2009        % chg
    Austin/Travis County, South
      Manchaca           78652                        97           115           88           108            97        0.00%
      Austin             78704                     1,317         1,237        1,134         1,229         1,276       -3.11%
      Austin             78745                     1,722         1,791        1,756         1,674         1,909       10.86%
      Austin             78748                     1,045         1,121        1,166         1,251         1,439       37.70%
       Total                                       4,181        4,264         4,144         4,262         4,721        12.92%
       % of Grand Total                          13.10%       12.91%        12.37%        11.91%        11.73%

    Austin/Travis County, Southeast
      Del Valle          78617                       205           264          265           286           325        58.54%
      Austin             78719                        27            26           30            28            34        25.93%
      Austin             78741                     2,010         2,114        2,006         2,013         2,057         2.34%
      Austin             78742                        15            14           18            15            21        40.00%
      Austin             78744                       838           883          869           948         1,017        21.36%
      Austin             78747                       207           225          259           333           427       106.28%
       Total                                       3,302        3,526         3,447         3,623         3,881        17.53%
       % of Grand Total                          10.35%       10.67%        10.29%        10.12%         9.64%

    Austin/Travis County, Southwest
      Austin             78735                       265           259          257           282           334       26.04%
      Austin             78736                       218           234          240           240           255       16.97%
      Austin             78739                       280           296          328           348           333       18.93%
      Austin             78746                       317           353          355           322           385       21.45%
      Austin             78749                     1,086         1,044        1,064         1,046         1,071       -1.38%
       Total                                       2,166         2,186         2,244        2,238         2,378         9.79%
       % of Grand Total                           6.79%         6.62%         6.70%        6.25%         5.91%

    Bastrop County¹
      Bastrop                  78602                 170           179           225          243           287        68.82%
      Cedar Creek              78612                  80            93           110          139           144        80.00%
      Elgin                    78621                 146           168           183          214           194        32.88%
      McDade                   78650                   9            14             8            9            10        11.11%
      Paige                    78659                  14            25            17           12            22        57.14%
      Red Rock                 78662                  31            27            23           22            30        -3.23%
      Rosanky                  78953                   6             7             7            9            12       100.00%
      Smithville               78957                  46            50            65           53            58        26.09%
       Total                                         502           563           638          701           757        50.80%
       % of Grand Total                           1.57%         1.70%         1.90%        1.96%         1.88%




1
    These numbers do not represent total enrollment for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county.

NOTES: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions
       developed by ACC administration.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                        Headcount by Region and Zip Code (continued)
                                      Fall 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                       05-09
    Region                   Zip Code         Fall 2005     Fall 2006     Fall 2007     Fall 2008    Fall 2009         % chg
    Blanco County¹
      Blanco                   78606                   35           36            28            27            33       -5.71%
      Hye                      78635                    2            3             0             2             1      -50.00%
      Johnson City             78636                   29           33            38            27            36       24.14%
      Round Mountain           78663                    3            8             9             8             6      100.00%
       Total                                          69            80            75           64            76        10.14%
       % of Grand Total                           0.22%         0.24%         0.22%        0.18%         0.19%

    Burnet County¹
      Bertram                  78605                  14            11            17            11            22       57.14%
      Briggs                   78608                   0             0             2             1             2             .
      Burnet                   78611                  29            22            21            13            26      -10.34%
      Marble Falls             78654                  30            42            36            35            24      -20.00%
       Total                                          73            75            76           60            74         1.37%
       % of Grand Total                           0.23%         0.23%         0.23%        0.17%         0.18%

    Caldwell County¹
      Dale                     78616                  54            54            72           76            85        57.41%
      Lockhart                 78644                 186           227           215          252           265        42.47%
      Luling                   78648                  59            39            55           73            53       -10.17%
      Martindale               78655                  26            34            24           20            28         7.69%
      Maxwell                  78656                  26            27            22           23            26         0.00%
       Total                                         351           381           388          444           457        30.20%
       % of Grand Total                           1.10%         1.15%         1.16%        1.24%         1.14%

    Cedar Park/Leander
      Cedar Park       78613                       1,480         1,466        1,602         1,742         2,040       37.84%
      Leander          78641                         884           874          981         1,111         1,218       37.78%
      Liberty Hill     78642                         115           133          142           146           181       57.39%
       Total                                       2,479         2,473         2,725        2,999         3,439        38.73%
       % of Grand Total                           7.77%         7.49%         8.13%        8.38%         8.54%




1
    These numbers do not represent total enrollment for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county.

NOTES: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions
       developed by ACC administration.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                        Headcount by Region and Zip Code (continued)
                                      Fall 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                        05-09
    Region                   Zip Code         Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                         % chg
    Georgetown/North Williamson County
      Florence         76527             6                          15            18           14            27       350.00%
      Granger          76530             3                           8             9           14            10       233.33%
      Jarrell          76537            45                          43            41           55            67        48.89%
      Georgetown       78626           204                         226           221          271           280        37.25%
      Georgetown       78628           346                         369           406          376           395        14.16%
      Georgetown       78633             0                           0            11           90           124              .
       Total                                         604           661           706          820           903        49.50%
       % of Grand Total                           1.89%         2.00%         2.07%        2.29%         2.24%

    Gillespie County¹
      Doss                     78618                   4             2             5            0             1       -75.00%
      Fredericksburg           78624                 113           120           110          141           161        42.48%
      Harper                   78631                  32            34            31           25            34         6.25%
      Stonewall                78671                   2             3             0            5             1       -50.00%
      Willow City              78675                   1             0             1            1             2       100.00%
       Total                                         152           159           147          172           199        30.92%
       % of Grand Total                           0.48%         0.48%         0.44%        0.48%         0.49%

    Gonzales County
      Leesville                78122                    1             1            3             2             1        0.00%
      Nixon                    78140                   13            12           22            14            20       53.85%
      Smiley                   78159                    3             6            5             1             3        0.00%
      Cost                     78614                    4             3            1             4             1      -75.00%
      Gonzales                 78629                   21            16           14             6            10      -52.38%
      Waelder                  78959                    0             0            0             2             2             .
       Total                                          42            38            45           29            37       -11.90%
       % of Grand Total                           0.13%         0.12%         0.13%        0.08%         0.09%




1
    These numbers do not represent total enrollment for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county.

NOTES: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions
       developed by ACC administration.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                        Headcount by Region and Zip Code (continued)
                                      Fall 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                       05-09
     Region                   Zip Code          Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                      % chg
     Hays County¹
       Buda                     78610                 205           223           254           303          320      56.10%
       Driftwood                78619                  21            19            21            30           39      85.71%
       Dripping Springs         78620                 160           136           157           192          195      21.88%
       Kyle                     78640                 277           323           394           438          515      85.92%
       San Marcos               78666                 584           648           699           691          729      24.83%
       San Marcos               78667                  17            19            11            14           31      82.35%
       Wimberley                78676                 127           123           190           142          149      17.32%
       Austin                   78737                 185           175           169           209          220      18.92%
        Total                                       1,559         1,647         1,895         2,019         2,198     40.99%
        % of Grand Total                           4.89%         4.99%         5.62%         5.64%         5.46%

     Manor/East Travis County
       Manor             78653                        227           258           309           370          390      71.81%
       Austin            78724                        226           225           246           276          352      55.75%
       Austin            78725                         89           105           115           132          150      68.54%
        Total                                         542           588           670           778           892     64.58%
        % of Grand Total                           1.70%         1.78%         2.00%         2.17%         2.22%

     Pflugerville/Northeast Travis County
        Pflugerville       78660                      678           778           873           991        1,198      76.70%
        Austin             78753                      996         1,003         1,008         1,044        1,204      20.88%
        Austin             78754                      260           287           317           370          396      52.31%
        Total                                       1,934         2,068         2,198         2,405         2,798     44.67%
        % of Grand Total                           6.06%         6.26%         6.56%         6.72%         6.95%




1
    These numbers do not represent total enrollment for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county.

NOTES: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions
       developed by ACC administration.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                      Headcount by Region and Zip Code (continued)
                                    Fall 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                 05-09
  Region                  Zip Code         Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                     % chg
  Round Rock
    Round Rock              78664                888          952        1,013        1,163        1,280       44.14%
    Round Rock              78665                  0            0           27          307          647             .
    Round Rock              78681                544          584          603          846        1,119      105.70%
    Austin                  78717                278          358          357          432          588      111.51%
    Austin                  78729                497          474          544          645          834       67.81%
     Total                                     2,207        2,368        2,544        3,393        4,468      102.45%
     % of Grand Total                         6.92%        7.17%        7.51%        9.48%       11.10%

  Taylor/Hutto/East Williamson County
    Taylor              76574                     33           26           36           33           55       66.67%
    Thrall              76578                      3            3            2            6            4             .
    Coupland            78615                      3            5            5           12            8      166.67%
    Hutto               78634                     93          118          171          182          229      146.24%
     Total                                       132          152          214          233           296     124.24%
     % of Grand Total                         0.41%        0.46%        0.64%        0.65%         0.74%

  West Travis County
   Leander                  78645                121          147          144          107          142        17.36%
   Spicewood                78669                 41           60           53           68           78        90.24%
   Austin                   78732                105          114          148          136          172        63.81%
   Austin                   78733                 79           77           81           84           94        18.99%
   Austin                   78734                191          201          181          214          209         9.42%
   Austin                   78738                 87           93          109          117          144        65.52%
     Total                                       624          692          716          726           839       34.46%
     % of Grand Total                         1.96%        2.09%        2.14%        2.03%         2.08%

  Other/Unknown                                1,561        1,942        1,468        1,494        1,433        -8.20%
     Total                                     1,561        1,942        1,468        1,494         1,433       -8.20%
     % of Grand Total                         4.95%        5.94%        4.53%        4.17%         3.56%


     GRAND TOTAL                              31,908       33,039       33,508       35,798       40,248        26.14%




NOTES: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions
       developed by ACC administration.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                               Austin Community College
                               Headcount by Zip Code Map
                                       Fall 2008
        The shaded areas represent the zip code boundaries for data shown on the previous pages.




NOTE: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data
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                                               Headcount by Zip Code
                                                  Fall 2005 - 2009
      Zip                                                                           Fall     Fall     Fall     Fall    Fall     05-09
    Code                          Region                                           2005     2006     2007     2008    2009      % chg

    76527     Florence            Georgetown/North Williamson County                  6       15       18       14       27   350.00%
    76530     Granger             Georgetown/North Williamson County                  3        8        9       14       10   233.33%
    76537     Jarrell             Georgetown/North Williamson County                 45       43       41       55       67    48.89%
    76574     Taylor              Taylor/Hutto/East Williamson County                33       26       36       33       55    66.67%
    76578     Thrall              Taylor/Hutto/East Williamson County                 3        3        2        6        4    33.33%
    78122     Leesville           Gonzales County                                     1        1        3        2        1     0.00%
    78140     Nixon               Gonzales County                                    13       12       22       14       20    53.85%
    78159     Smiley              Gonzales County                                     3        6        5        1        3     0.00%
    78602     Bastrop             Bastrop County¹                                   170      179      225      243      287    68.82%
    78605     Bertram             Burnet County¹                                     14       11       17       11       22    57.14%
    78606     Blanco              Blanco County¹                                     35       36       28       27       33    -5.71%
    78608     Briggs              Burnet County¹                                      0        0        2        1        2          .
    78610     Buda                Hays County¹                                      205      223      254      303      320    56.10%
    78611     Burnet              Burnet County¹                                     29       22       21       13       26   -10.34%
    78612     Cedar Creek         Bastrop County¹                                    80       93      110      139      144    80.00%
    78613     Cedar Park          Cedar Park/Leander                              1,480    1,466    1,602    1,742    2,040    37.84%
    78614     Cost                Gonzales County                                     4        3        1        4        1   -75.00%
    78615     Coupland            Taylor/Hutto/East Williamson County                 3        5        5       12        8   166.67%
    78616     Dale                Caldwell County¹                                   54       54       72       76       85    57.41%
    78617     Del Valle           Austin/Travis County, Southeast                   205      264      265      286      325    58.54%
    78618     Doss                Gillespie County¹                                   4        2        5        0        1   -75.00%
    78619     Driftwood           Hays County¹                                       21       19       21       30       39    85.71%
    78620     Dripping Springs    Hays County¹                                      160      136      157      192      195    21.88%
    78621     Elgin               Bastrop County¹                                   146      168      183      214      194    32.88%
    78624     Fredericksburg      Gillespie County¹                                 113      120      110      141      161    42.48%
    78626     Georgetown          Georgetown/North Williamson County                204      226      221      271      280    37.25%
    78628     Georgetown          Georgetown/North Williamson County                346      369      406      376      395    14.16%
    78629     Gonzales            Gonzales County                                    21       16       14        6       10   -52.38%
    78631     Harper              Gillespie County¹                                  32       34       31       25       34     6.25%
    78633     Georgetown          Georgetown/North Williamson County                  0        0       11       90      124          .
    78634     Hutto               Taylor/Hutto/East Williamson County                93      118      171      182      229   146.24%
    78635     Hye                 Blanco County¹                                      2        3        0        2        1   -50.00%
    78636     Johnson City        Blanco County¹                                     29       33       38       27       36    24.14%
    78640     Kyle                Hays County¹                                      277      323      394      438      515    85.92%
    78641     Leander             Cedar Park/Leander                                884      874      981    1,111    1,218    37.78%
    78642     Liberty Hill        Cedar Park/Leander                                115      133      142      146      181    57.39%
    78644     Lockhart            Caldwell County¹                                  186      227      215      252      265    42.47%
    78645     Leander             West Travis County                                121      147      144      107      142    17.36%
    78648     Luling              Caldwell County¹                                   59       39       55       73       53   -10.17%
    78650     McDade              Bastrop County¹                                     9       14        8        9       10    11.11%




1
    These numbers do not represent total enrollment for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county.

NOTES: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions
       developed by ACC administration.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                   Headcount by Zip Code (continued)
                                           Fall 2005 - 2009
      Zip                                                                         Fall     Fall    Fall     Fall       Fall     05-09
    Code                         Region                                          2005     2006    2007     2008       2009      % chg
    78652     Manchaca           Austin/Travis County, South                       97      115       88     108          97     0.00%
    78653     Manor              Manor/East Travis County                         227      258      309     370         390    71.81%
    78654     Marble Falls       Burnet County¹                                    30       42       36      35          24   -20.00%
    78655     Martindale         Caldwell County¹                                  26       34       24      20          28     7.69%
    78656     Maxwell            Caldwell County¹                                  26       27       22      23          26     0.00%
    78659     Paige              Bastrop County¹                                   14       25       17      12          22    57.14%
    78660     Pflugerville       Pflugerville/Northeast Travis County             678      778      873     991       1,198    76.70%
    78662     Red Rock           Bastrop County¹                                   31       27       23      22          30    -3.23%
    78663     Round Mountain     Blanco County¹                                     3        8        9       8           6   100.00%
    78664     Round Rock         Round Rock                                       888      952    1,013   1,163       1,280    44.14%
    78665     Round Rock         Round Rock                                         0        0       27     307         647          .
    78666     San Marcos         Hays County¹                                     584      648      699     691         729    24.83%
    78667     San Marcos         Hays County¹                                      17       19       11      14          31    82.35%
    78669     Spicewood          West Travis County                                41       60       53      68          78    90.24%
    78671     Stonewall          Gillespie County¹                                  2        3        0       5           1   -50.00%
    78675     Willow City        Gillespie County¹                                  1        0        1       1           2   100.00%
    78676     Wimberley          Hays County¹                                     127      123      190     142         149    17.32%
    78681     Round Rock         Round Rock                                       544      584      603     846       1,119   105.70%
    78701     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Central                    140      127      109     114         120   -14.29%
    78702     Austin             Austin/Travis County, East                       479      460      480     531         613    27.97%
    78703     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Central                    389      369      342     351         350   -10.03%
    78704     Austin             Austin/Travis County, South                    1,317    1,237    1,134   1,229       1,276    -3.11%
    78705     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Central                    940      918      949     940       1,052    11.91%
    78712     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Central                      1        0        1       0           0          .
    78717     Austin             Round Rock                                       278      358      357     432         588   111.51%
    78719     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Southeast                   27       26       30      28          34    25.93%
    78721     Austin             Austin/Travis County, East                       198      182      194     235         277    39.90%
    78722     Austin             Austin/Travis County, East                       198      185      187     173         160   -19.19%
    78723     Austin             Austin/Travis County, East                       557      533      507     541         658    18.13%
    78724     Austin             Manor/East Travis County                         226      225      246     276         352    55.75%
    78725     Austin             Manor/East Travis County                          89      105      115     132         150    68.54%
    78726     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Northwest                  325      312      304     335         352     8.31%
    78727     Austin             Austin/Travis County, North                      686      763      751     740         853    24.34%
    78728     Austin             Austin/Travis County, North                      336      327      337     403         498    48.21%
    78729     Austin             Round Rock                                       497      474      544     645         834    67.81%
    78730     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Northwest                  102      120       98     112         141    38.24%
    78731     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Northwest                  541      501      503     461         541     0.00%
    78732     Austin             West Travis County                               105      114      148     136         172    63.81%
    78733     Austin             West Travis County                                79       77       81      84          94    18.99%
    78734     Austin             West Travis County                               191      201      181     214         209     9.42%
    78735     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Southwest                  265      259      257     282         334    26.04%




1
    These numbers do not represent total enrollment for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county.

NOTES: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions
       developed by ACC administration.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                    Headcount by Zip Code (continued)
                                            Fall 2005 - 2009
      Zip                                                                           Fall     Fall     Fall     Fall    Fall     05-09
    Code                          Region                                           2005     2006     2007     2008    2009      % chg
    78736     Austin              Austin/Travis County, Southwest                   218      234      240      240      255    16.97%
    78737     Austin              Hays County¹                                      185      175      169      209      220    18.92%
    78738     Austin              West Travis County                                 87       93      109      117      144    65.52%
    78739     Austin              Austin/Travis County, Southwest                   280      296      328      348      333    18.93%
    78741     Austin              Austin/Travis County, Southeast                 2,010    2,114    2,006    2,013    2,057     2.34%
    78742     Austin              Austin/Travis County, Southeast                    15       14       18       15       21    40.00%
    78744     Austin              Austin/Travis County, Southeast                   838      883      869      948    1,017    21.36%
    78745     Austin              Austin/Travis County, South                     1,722    1,791    1,756    1,674    1,909    10.86%
    78746     Austin              Austin/Travis County, Southwest                   317      353      355      322      385    21.45%
    78747     Austin              Austin/Travis County, Southeast                   207      225      259      333      427   106.28%
    78748     Austin              Austin/Travis County, South                     1,045    1,121    1,166    1,251    1439     37.70%
    78749     Austin              Austin/Travis County, Southwest                 1,086    1,044    1,064    1,046    1,071    -1.38%
    78750     Austin              Austin/Travis County, Northwest                   414      439      463      525      598    44.44%
    78751     Austin              Austin/Travis County, Central                     507      515      480      499      506    -0.20%
    78752     Austin              Austin/Travis County, Central                     338      349      329      359      362     7.10%
    78753     Austin              Pflugerville/Northeast Travis County              996    1,003    1,008    1,044    1,204    20.88%
    78754     Austin              Pflugerville/Northeast Travis County              260      287      317      370      396    52.31%
    78756     Austin              Austin/Travis County, Central                     170      190      193      185      198    16.47%
    78757     Austin              Austin/Travis County, Central                     588      556      522      499      538    -8.50%
    78758     Austin              Austin/Travis County, North                     1,456    1,381    1,444    1,391    1,555     6.80%
    78759     Austin              Austin/Travis County, Northwest                 1,046      930      975      944    1,030    -1.53%
    78953     Rosanky             Bastrop County¹                                     6        7        7        9       12   100.00%
    78957     Smithville          Bastrop County¹                                    46       50       65       53       58    26.09%
    78959     Waelder             Gonzales County                                     0        0        0        2        2          .
                                  Other/Unknown                                   1,561    1,942    1,468    1,494    1,433    -8.20%
                                  GRAND TOTAL                                    31,908 33,039 33,508 35,798 40,248            26.14%




1
    These numbers do not represent total enrollment for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county.

NOTES: Headcount based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definitions
       developed by ACC administration.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                       Declared Majors
                                                       Fall 2006 - 2009

                                                 Associate of Arts (AA)
                                                                                                                             06-09
                                                               Fall 2006      Fall 2007       Fall 2008       Fall 2009      % chg
    Anthropology                                                     120             97             124             139     15.83%
    Art                                                              527            599             616             641     21.63%
    Communications 1                                                  71             75               0              13    -81.69%
    Creative Writing                                                  46             34              42              87     89.13%
    Dance                                                             80             75              82              85      6.25%
    Drama                                                            122            136             127             143     17.21%
    Economics                                                        148            127             173             150      1.35%
    English                                                          338            346             390             420     24.26%
    Foreign Lanuage
        Arabic                                                          0              0               6                9         .
        Chinese                                                         0              0               6               10         .
        French                                                         27             32              40               48   77.78%
        General                                                         3              4               4                3    0.00%
        German                                                         18             16              19               17   -5.56%
        Japanese                                                       33             41              46               61   84.85%
        Latin                                                           1              1               4                6  500.00%
        Russian                                                         8             11               6               11   37.50%
        Spanish                                                       124            131             146              159   28.23%
    General Studies in Liberal Arts                                 2,838          2,654           3,279            3,169   11.66%
        Early Childhood Education1                                    368            213             177               93  -74.73%
        Grade 4-8 Certification1                                       80             43              33               23  -71.25%
    Geography                                                          36             34              43               42   16.67%
        Geographic Information Systems                                  2             11              13               24 1100.00%
    Government                                                        207            197             237              240   15.94%
    History                                                           313            273             350              368   17.57%
    Journalism                                                        250            268             280              336   34.40%
    Music                                                             346            414             437              487   40.75%
    Performing Arts1                                                    8             10               7                4  -50.00%
    Philosophy                                                         76             62              91              102   34.21%
    Psychology                                                        845            871           1,006            1,084   28.28%
    Radio-Television-Film                                             403            376             425              441    9.43%
    Social Work                                                       206            189             248              303   47.09%
    Sociology                                                         118            111             140              166   40.68%
    Speech                                                             60             49              59               80   33.33%
    Undeclared                                                        669            700             474              572  -14.50%
    TOTAL                                                           8,491          8,200           9,130            9,536   12.31%



1
    Program is no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                                                              STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS



                                                       Declared Majors
                                                       Fall 2006 - 2009

                                     Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT)
                                                                                                                               06-09
                                                                           Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009             % chg
       Education
         4-8 Grade Levels                                                         91         179         307          375    312.09%
         8-12 Grade Levels                                                       133         254         370          486    265.41%
         EC-4 Grade Levels - Early Childhood Specialization                      193         451         607          616    219.17%
         EC-6 Grade Levels - Early Childhood Specialization                        .           .           .          215           .
       TOTAL                                                                     417         884       1,284        1,692    305.76%




                                              Associate of Science (AS)
                                                                                                                                06-09
                                                                         Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009               % chg
        Archaeology                                                               .         .        4        25                    .
        Biology                                                                542       517       611       717              32.29%
        Business Administration                                              1,632     1,592     2,027     2,109              29.23%
        Chemistry                                                              122       118       160       177              45.08%
        Computer Science
           Computer Science                                                     585          554          549          600     2.56%
           Computer Information Systems                                            .            .           9           43          .
        Engineering                                                             677          708          791          900    32.94%
        Environmental Studies                                                    56           54           84          118   110.71%
        General Studies in Science                                              219          240          333          365    66.67%
        Geology                                                                  67           52           52           74    10.45%
        Health & Kinesiology
           Health                                                              228           216          242          290     27.19%
           Kinesiology                                                         337           261          358          427     26.71%
        Mathematics                                                            140           132          177          169     20.71%
                          1
        Physical Sciences                                                       11             8            6            5    -54.55%
        Physics - Astronomy                                                     70            82           92          101     44.29%
        Pre-Dental                                                             154           141          129          128    -16.88%
        Pre-Medical                                                            536           665          653          762     42.16%
        Pre-Pharmacy                                                           222           236          266          280     26.13%
        Pre-Veterinary                                                         139           123          138          201     44.60%
        Undeclared                                                             343           347          204          244    -28.86%
        TOTAL                                                                6,080         6,046        6,885        7,735     27.22%

1
    Program is no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan.

NOTE: A “.” means that the program did not exist that semester.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                       Declared Majors
                                                       Fall 2006 - 2009

                                     Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
                                                                                                                             06-09
                                                                            Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009          % chg
    Architectural and Engineering Computer Aided Design
       Architectural Specialization                                               226         282         284       305     34.96%
       Electronic Graphics Specialization                                          31          26          27        32      3.23%
       Interdisciplinary Specialization                                            10          15          15        20    100.00%
       Mechanical Specialization                                                   44          49          55        67     52.27%
    Accounting                                                                     71          75          52        38    -46.48%
       Accounting Specialist                                                      185         132         252       294     58.92%
       Accounting Technician                                                       73         199         122       146    100.00%
                                 1
       Professional Accountant                                                    212          90         105        89    -58.02%
    Auto Body Collision and Refinishing                                              .           .          1        15           .
    Automotive Technology                                                         122         122         129       184     50.82%
    Biotechnology                                                                  56          53          55        85     51.79%
    Building Construction Technology
       Construction Management                                                     63          60          86       103   63.49%
    Business & Technical Communication                                              .          13          35        58         .
       Business & Government Communications                                        64          99         105       120   87.50%
       Technical Communications                                                    83          78          93        93   12.05%
                           1
    Business Management                                                             5           3           2         0 -100.00%
    Child Development                                                             173         150         157       150  -13.29%
    Commercial Art1                                                                16          14          17        11  -31.25%
    Commercial Music Management                                                   192         182         227       241   25.52%
    Computer Information Technology                                                58          56          49        34  -41.38%
       Computer Programming                                                       259         256         275       284    9.65%
       Local Area Network Systems-Network Administration                          112         116          98       116    3.57%
       Local Area Network Systems-Security Administration                            .           .         31        50         .
       Microcomputer Application Support                                           31          25          25        15  -51.61%
       Microcomputer Applications - User & Desktop Support                           .          3           8        11         .
       Web Programming Specialization                                               1          10          18        36 3500.00%
    Criminal Justice                                                                6           1           3         1  -83.33%
       Corrections                                                                166         158         168       189   13.86%
       Law Enforcement                                                            405         379         495       609   50.37%
                                         1
       Law Enforcement Advanced Skills                                              6           4           1         2  -66.67%
    Culinary Arts                                                                 104         115         134       149   43.27%
    Dental Hygiene                                                                146         198         301       380 160.27%
    Electronics and Advanced Technology
       Automation,Robotics and Control Technology                                  19          20          20        17    -10.53%
       Bioinstrumentation Technology Specialization                                 .           .           4        19           .
       Networking/Computer Electronics                                             26          24          26        30     15.38%
                              1
       Electronic Technology                                                        1           2            .         .          .
       Engineering                                                                108         112         123       109      0.93%
       Power Technology Specialization                                              2          14          19        19    850.00%
       Renewable Energy Specialization                                               .           .         13        88           .
       Robotics/Instrumentation & Control1                                          3           3            .         .          .
       Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology                                      31          24          20        17    -45.16%
       Technician                                                                  70          52          62        72      2.86%
1
    Program is no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan.

NOTE: A “.” means that the program did not exist that semester.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                       Declared Majors
                                                       Fall 2006 - 2009

                         Associate of Applied Science (AAS) (continued)
                                                                                                                               06-09
                                                                            Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009           % chg
     Emergency Medical Services Professions                                       130       130       143       159          22.31%
         Tech Prep1                                                                 2         2          .         .               .
     Engineering Design Graphics1                                                  15        10         8        10         -33.33%
     Environmental Technology                                                      19        21        27        29          52.63%
     Financial Management and Mortgage Banking                                     38        27        41        22         -42.11%
     Fire Protection Technology                                                    74        62        97       132          78.38%
     Game Development
         Game & Visualization Programming Specialization                            .            .           8        29         .
         Game Art Specialization                                                     .           .           8        34         .
         Game Design Specialization                                                  .           .          11        55         .
     Geographic Information Systems                                                  .           .            .        1         .
     Heating, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration Technology                         40          49           62        78   95.00%
     Hospitality Management                                                         1           0            2         0 -100.00%
         Baccalaureate Prep Specialization                                          9           8           15        15   66.67%
         Food & Lodging Specialization                                             13           8            8        16   23.08%
         Hotel & Lodging Specialization                                            22          13           13        18 -18.18%
                             1
         Hotel Specialization                                                        .          3            3         2         .
         Meeting and Event Planning Specialization                                 23          22           30        34   47.83%
         Restaurant Specialization1                                                  .          1            1          .        .
         Travel & Tourism                                                           6          10           17        15 150.00%
     Human Services
         Addictions Counseling                                                     57          40          68         74     29.82%
         General Human Services                                                    89          81          82         92      3.37%
         Interpreter Preparation Program                                           59          74         103        110     86.44%
         Therapeutic Recreation                                                    20          19          18         25     25.00%
     International Business                                                        19          46          80        111    484.21%
     Jewelry                                                                       15          18          27         32    113.33%
     Land Surveying Technology/Geomatics                                           17          25          24         22     29.41%
     Management                                                                   306         296         325        328      7.19%
                                  1
         Administrative Specialist                                                  1           2           1           .          .
     Marketing                                                                    234         232         240        201    -14.10%
         Fashion Merchandising                                                    108         109          96         97    -10.19%
     Medical Laboratory Technology                                                 72          82          77         99     37.50%
     Medical Coding                                                                  .           .           .        18           .
     Nursing
         Nursing Mobility Track                                                    40          76         135         139   247.50%
         Nursing Traditional Track                                                476         921       2,391       3,233   579.20%
     Occupational Therapy Assistant                                                45          53          68          93   106.67%
     Office Administration                                                         17          15          11           3   -82.35%
         Administrative Assistant                                                  35          34          54          81   131.43%
         Legal Administrative Assistant                                            19          19          20          20     5.26%
         Medical Administrative Assistant                                          42          39          47          71    69.05%


1
    Program is no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan.

NOTE: A “.” means that the program did not exist that semester.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                       Declared Majors
                                                       Fall 2006 - 2009

                         Associate of Applied Science (AAS) (continued)
                                                                                                                                06-09
                                                                            Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009            % chg
    Paralegal                                                                     155       146       163       182           17.42%
    Personal Fitness Trainer                                                       16        19        43        56          250.00%
    Photographic Technology
       Advertising-Fashion Focus                                                   61          57          70          85   39.34%
       People-Portrait Focus                                                       61          53          62          75   22.95%
       Photography & Graphic Arts1                                                  1           1           1           0 -100.00%
        Professional Photography1                                                   5           5           3           3 -40.00%
    Physical Fitness Technician1                                                    3          12           6           1 -66.67%
    Physical Therapist Assistant                                                  212         191         211         299   41.04%
    Printing & Desktop Publishing Production1                                      16          13            .          1 -93.75%
    Quality Assurance Management & Technology1                                       .          2            .           .        .
    Radiology1                                                                    388         406         427         477   22.94%
    Real Estate                                                                    96         115         111          90   -6.25%
    Sonography
        Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography                                              25          30          54           63   152.00%
        Diagnostic Medical Sonography                                              72          95         209          292   305.56%
    Surgical Technology                                                            81          74          93          111    37.04%
    Undeclared                                                                    305         342         223          247   -19.02%
    Visual Communication Design                                                    61          47          30           22   -63.93%
        2D Animation Specialization                                                25          25          38           38    52.00%
        3D Animation Specialization                                               111         112         133           98   -11.71%
        3D Modeling Specialization                                                  .            .          9           18          .
        Graphic Arts Technology Specialization                                      .           6          25           26          .
        Graphic Design Specialization                                             128         146         217          239    86.72%
        Interactive Design Specialization                                          23          32          40           50   117.39%
    Welding Technology                                                               .          2           6            3          .
        Art Metals                                                                 40          28          28           41     2.50%
        Code Welding                                                               36          32          35           57    58.33%
        Code Welding-US Navy - Tech Prep 1                                          4           2           3            1   -75.00%
    TOTAL                                                                       7,168       7,754      10,313       12,371    72.59%




1
    Program is no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan.

NOTE: A “.” means that the program did not exist that semester.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                       Declared Majors
                                                       Fall 2006 - 2009

                                                           Certificates
                                                                                                                            06-09
                                                                        Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009             % chg
    Accounting
       Accounting Clerk                                                       103         119         141           145    40.78%
       Professional Accountant                                                 39          55          82           167   328.21%
    Architectural and Engineering Computer Aided Design
       Architechtural and Engineering CAD                                        2         14          65            84 4100.00%
       Civil CAD Specialization                                                   .          .          4             7         .
       Integrated Circuit Layout & Design Specialization                         5         12          26            26 420.00%
    Auto Body Collision and Refinishing
       Auto Body Collision Repair                                                 .          .          5            12          .
       Auto Body Refinishing                                                      .          .          1             7          .
    Automotive Technology
       Automotive Drive Train Specialist                                        8           6           3             6   -25.00%
       Automotive Engine Performance Specialist                                24          29          38            34    41.67%
       Automotive Heating & Air Conditioning                                   13           8           9            10   -23.08%
       Automotive Technician                                                   87          85         123           141    62.07%
                                                         1
       Automotive Technology Advanced Skills Certificate                        0           1           5             5          .
       Automotive Technology Enhanced Skills Certificate                        8           9          12            17   112.50%
       Brake & Suspension                                                       6           3           7            10    66.67%
       Marine Engine Repair                                                     5           4           6             7    40.00%
       Motorcycle Repair                                                       16          14          13            11   -31.25%
       Small Engine Repair                                                      1           5           8             5   400.00%
    Biotechnology                                                              29          42          38            46    58.62%
    Building Construction Technology                                            0           1           1             0          .
                                     1
       Cabinetry & Interior Finishes                                            3           3           3             3     0.00%
       Carpentry                                                               38          24          29            35    -7.89%
       Construction Manager                                                    12          24          33            31   158.33%
                                   1
       Enhanced Skills Certificate                                              0           2           0             0          .
       Woodworking                                                             16          17          17            21    31.25%
    Business and Technical Communications
       Business & Government Communications                                   203         312         341           373    83.74%
       Technical Communications                                               103         149         135           157    52.43%
    Child Development                                                         250         336         306           319    27.60%
       Enhanced Skills                                                         25          35          23            22   -12.00%
    Computer Information Technology
       Computer Information Technology Database                                67          77          78           103    53.73%
       Computer Programming-C++ Track                                          47          43          45            52    10.64%
       Computer Programming-Java Track                                         25          30          36            45    80.00%
       Local Area Network Systems Network Administration                       25          19          21            17   -32.00%
       Microcomputer Applications-User and Desktop Support                       .           .           .            2          .
       Web Developer Specialist                                                27          46          34            42    55.56%
    Criminal Justice - Texas Peace Officer Sequence                           125         157         142           179    43.20%
    Culinary Arts                                                              50          70          70           100   100.00%
       Culinarian                                                              10          11          20            10     0.00%



1
    Program is no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan.

NOTE: A “.” means that the program did not exist that semester.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                       Declared Majors
                                                       Fall 2006 - 2009

                                                Certificates (continued)
                                                                                                                            06-09
                                                                        Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009             % chg
    Diagnostic Medical Imaging
        Advanced Technical Certificate                                           8           7           3            0 -100.00%
        Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography                                            0           1           0            0         .
        Diagnostic Medical Sonography                                            .           .           .            4         .
        Vascular Technology Enhanced Skills Certificate                          0           2           2            8         .
                                              1
    Digital Publishing & Graphics Technology                                     5           5           0            0 -100.00%
    Electronics and Advanced Technologies
        Automation, Robotics and Controls Technology                            7           9           9             8    14.29%
        Bioinstrumentation Technology Specialization                             .           .           .            2          .
        Networking/Computer Electronics                                        20          24          32            26    30.00%
                               1
        Electronic Technology                                                   0           1           0             0          .
        Engineering Technology                                                 57          97          95           123   115.79%
        Power Technology                                                        1           3           8             5   400.00%
        Renewable Energy Specialization                                          .           .          1            20          .
        Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology Specialist                      11          10           9             6   -45.45%
        Technician                                                             22          24          22            37    68.18%
    Emergency Medical Services
        EMT Intermediate Certificate                                           13          22          22           25   92.31%
        EMT Paramedic Certificate                                              29          36          34           42   44.83%
                                  1
    Engineering Design Graphics                                                50          47          26           18 -64.00%
    Environmental Science and Technology                                        1           0           7           16 1500.00%
    Financial Management and Mortgage Banking                                   5           0           0              -100.00%
                                1
        Financial Management                                                    0           1           0            0         .
        Mortgage Banking                                                        0          10           7            5         .
    Fire Protection                                                            55          76          67           86   56.36%
    Game Development
        Game Art                                                                 .           .          1            2           .
        Game Design                                                              .           .           .          13           .
    Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration                                  63          47          53           89     41.27%
    Hospitality Management                                                     26          33          31           28      7.69%
        Meeting Planning                                                       20          14          12           14    -30.00%
        Travel & Tourism                                                       18          29          33           38    111.11%
    Human Services                                                              2           1           2            2      0.00%
        Addictions Counseling                                                  26          36          44           48     84.62%
        Addictions Counseling in the Criminal Justice System                     .          0           6            8           .
        American Sign Language Studies                                         38          57          55           65     71.05%
        Interpreter Preparation Program                                        19          24          29           34     78.95%
        Therapeutic Recreation                                                 14          27          25           36    157.14%
    International Business                                                     78          55          66           60    -23.08%
    Jewelry                                                                    22          23          32           24      9.09%
    Land Surveying Technology/Geomatics                                        10           7           9           12     20.00%




1
    Program is no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan.

NOTE: A “.” means that the program did not exist that semester.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                       Declared Majors
                                                       Fall 2006 - 2009

                                                Certificates (continued)
                                                                                                                    06-09
                                                                        Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009    % chg
    Management                                                                  9         5         4         4 -55.56%
        Administrative Management                                              83       106       121       104   25.30%
                               1
        International Business                                                   .        7         6         5         .
        Legal Assistant                                                        68        66        72        51 -25.00%
        Management Specialties Leadership                                      13        18        27        21   61.54%
        Small Business Management                                              86        87        68        66 -23.26%
    Marketing                                                                   1         1         1         0 -100.00%
        Basic Skills                                                           96       128       112       116   20.83%
        Enhanced Skills Certificate                                            26        30        22        15 -42.31%
        Fashion Merchandising                                                  54        53        41        38 -29.63%
    Medical Coding Specialist                                                  45        67        62        80   77.78%
    Nursing (Vocational)                                                      463       494       511       612   32.18%
    Office Administration
        Administrative Assistant                                                32         34           28           43    34.38%
        Enhanced Skills                                                          0          0            1            1          .
        Legal Administrative Assistant Specialization                           12         17           18           17    41.67%
        Medical Administrative Assistant Specialization                         19         14            4           18    -5.26%
        Medical Office Assistant Specialization                                 28         36           41           50    78.57%
        Office Assistant                                                        16         21           27           21    31.25%
        Software Applications Specialist                                         3          6            3            2   -33.33%
    Paralegal                                                                    0          0            2           18          .
    Personal Fitness Trainer                                                    44         38           52           38   -13.64%
        Fitness Specialist                                                        .          .            .          19          .
    Pharmacy Technician                                                         93        120          120          141    51.61%
    Photographic Technology
        Digital Assistant                                                        0           1           2           2         .
        Photographic Artist                                                     73          80          63          77    5.48%
                                 1
        Photographic Assistant                                                  10           5           3           1 -90.00%
                          1
        Photojournalism                                                         15          33          36          15    0.00%
                                   1
    Physical Fitness Technology                                                  3           3           4           1 -66.67%
    Quality Management & Technology Certificate                                  1           0           0           0 -100.00%
    Radiology
                                                1
        Cardiovascular Interventional Radiology                                 12          10          18           14    16.67%
                                     1
        Computerized Tomography                                                  2           2           1            2     0.00%
                                       1
        Magnetic Resonance Imaging                                               1           3           2            8   700.00%
    Radio-Television-Film
        Film/Production Video                                                   37          63          73          87    135.14%
        Film/Video Production Management                                        14          15          15          25     78.57%
                         1
        Industrial Video                                                         0           5           5           1           .
                                                  1
        Industrial Video Production Management                                   0           4           1           3           .




1
    Program is no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan.

NOTE: A “.” means that the program did not exist that semester.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                       Declared Majors
                                                       Fall 2006 - 2009

                                                Certificates (continued)
                                                                                                                          06-09
                                                                       Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009           % chg
Real Estate                                                                  143       146       128       111         -22.38%
Surgical Technology                                                           24        27        34        23          -4.17%
Undeclared                                                                   917     1,334     1,224     1,324          44.38%
Visual Communication Design
   2D Animation                                                                10          20          21          16   60.00%
   3D Animation                                                                27          37          33          22 -18.52%
   3D Modeling                                                                   .           .          1          10         .
                                 1
   Applied Multimedia Technology                                               11          15           6           5 -54.55%
   Graphic Arts Technology                                                       .           .         15          21         .
   Graphic Design                                                              53          70          94          84   58.49%
   Illustration                                                                  .           .          1           5         .
   Interactive Design                                                           7          12           8          18 157.14%
              1
   Prepress                                                                    21          20           4           3 -85.71%
   Web Specialization                                                          12          18          14          15   25.00%
Welding Technology                                                              1           2           2           0 -100.00%
   Art Metals                                                                  20          26          20          36   80.00%
   Inspection                                                                   9          18          15          19 111.11%
                       1
   Jewelry Fabrication                                                          0           2           1           1         .
   Metal Sculpture                                                             16          16          16          17    6.25%
   Pipe Welding                                                                11           8           9           8 -27.27%
   Plate Welding                                                               16          13          20          23   43.75%
   Ultrahigh Purity Piping                                                      1           1           1           2 100.00%
TOTAL                                                                       4,650       5,847       5,895       6,634   42.67%




1
    Program is no longer active, but students already in the pipeline may be allowed to complete the degree plan.

NOTE: A “.” means that the program did not exist that semester.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                        Declared Majors
                                        Fall 2006 - 2009
                                               Other
                                                                                                06-09
                                                     Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009    % chg

No Major Data                                             128         0         0       214     67.19%
Pre-Nursing Mobility Track Prerequisites                  144       122        22         4    -97.22%
Pre-Nursing Traditional Track Prerequisites             1,450       983       160         8    -99.45%
Pre-Sonography Prerequisites                              140        82        14         1    -99.29%
Undeclared
   Intend to Transfer                                   2,503     1,921       999       830    -66.84%
   Major Not Offered                                      322       327       285       377     17.08%
   Non-Degree Seeking                                     303       274       226       210    -30.69%
   Taking Courses for Self Improvement                    390       335       322       636     63.08%
TOTAL                                                   5,380     4,044     2,028     2,280    -57.62%




                                   Declared Majors Summary
                                        Fall 2006 - 2008
                                                                                              06-09
                                              Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009        % chg
  Associates of Arts                              8,491     8,200     9,130     9,536       12.31%
  Associates of Arts in Teaching                    417       884     1,284     1,692      305.76%
  Associates of Science                           6,080     6,046     6,885     7,735       27.22%
  Associates of Applied Science                   7,168     7,754   10,313    12,371        72.59%
  Certificates                                    4,650     5,847     5,895     6,634       42.67%
  Other                                           6,233     4,777     2,291     2,280      -63.42%
  TOTAL                                         33,039    33,508    35,798    40,248        21.82%




Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                   High School Concurrent Enrollment by School District
                                    Fall 2005 - 2009

                                                                     Headcount                                               05-09
     School District                        Fall 2005      Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                          % Chg
     Austin ISD                                   368            469       396       439       507                         37.77%
     Bastrop ISD                                   53             68        67        99        94                         77.36%
     Blanco ISD                                    26             22        15        21        25                         -3.85%
     Del Valle ISD                                  1             24        18        43        43                       4200.00%
     Dripping Springs ISD                          69             42        51        92        66                         -4.35%
     Eanes ISD                                     36             36        22        21        18                        -50.00%
     Elgin ISD                                      9             17        17        44        12                         33.33%
     Fredericksburg ISD                            32             34        36        49        38                         18.75%
     Georgetown ISD                               140            146       129       158       191                         36.43%
     Harper ISD                                    28             31        32        20        29                          3.57%
     Hays CISD                                     65             78        95       122       132                        103.08%
     Jarrell ISD                                   43             34        18        34        45                          4.65%
     Johnson City ISD                              14             12        14        14        14                          0.00%
     Lago Vista ISD                                21             30        35         8        32                         52.38%
     Lake Travis ISD                               61             86        79        79        95                         55.74%
     Leander ISD                                  165            200       285       288       309                         87.27%
     Liberty Hill ISD                              72             89        97        96       110                         52.78%
     Lockhart ISD                                 123            126       140       157       165                         34.15%
     Luling ISD                                    45             29        40        48        15                        -66.67%
     Manor ISD                                     19             20        37        44        32                         68.42%
     Nixon-Smiley ISD                              18             18        29        17        24                         33.33%
     Pflugerville ISD                              58             65        53       121       198                        241.38%
     Prairie Lea ISD                                1              1         4         1         0                       -100.00%
     Round Rock ISD                               113             99       167       194       233                        106.19%
     San Marcos CISD                               24             46        62        51       103                        329.17%
     Smithville ISD                                 5              5         5         4         2                        -60.00%
     Wimberley ISD                                 20             22        97        45        52                        160.00%
     Other¹                                       269            361       376       441       490                         82.16%
     TOTAL                                        1,898          2,210          2,416          2,750          3,074            61.96%




1
    Other includes home-schooled students, students enrolled in private schools, and students with no high school identified.

NOTES: Concurrently enrolled students are enrolled in high school (as juniors and seniors) and in college. These students receive college
       credit and may receive high school graduation credit for the classes they take at ACC.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                         Student Characteristics
                                    Developmental Education - Reading
                                             Fall 2006 - 2009

                                                                                                                          06-09
                                         Fall 2006             Fall 2007            Fall 2008         Fall 2009          % Chg
    Student Headcount                      1,101                    1,064            1,124                 1,224        11.17%

    Residency
     In-District                          789    71.66%            716   67.29%     835    74.29%     933      76.23%   18.25%
     Out-of-District                      259    23.52%            306   28.76%     270    24.02%     261      21.32%    0.77%
     Out-of-State/International            37     3.36%             32    3.01%      17     1.51%      30       2.45% -18.92%
     Other/Unknown1                        16     1.45%             10    0.94%       2     0.18%       0       0.00% -100.00%

    Gender
     Male                                 457    41.51%            427   40.13%     447    39.77%     492      40.20%    7.66%
     Female                               644    58.49%            637   59.87%     677    60.23%     732      59.80%   13.66%

    Student Status
      Part-time                         1,043    94.73%            999   93.89%    1,067   94.93%    1,148     93.79%   10.07%
      Full-time2                           58     5.27%             65    6.11%       57    5.07%       76      6.21%   31.03%

    Ethnicity
      White                               321    29.16%            312   29.32%     349    31.05%     316      25.82%    -1.56%
      Black                               218    19.80%            226   21.24%     223    19.84%     327      26.72%    50.00%
      Hispanic                            457    41.51%            425   39.94%     467    41.55%     492      40.20%     7.66%
      Asian/Pacific Islander               51     4.63%             56    5.26%      50     4.45%      44       3.59%   -13.73%
      Am. Indian/Alaskan Native             6     0.54%             11    1.03%       9     0.80%       6       0.49%     0.00%
      Non-Resident Alien                   27     2.45%             15    1.41%       5     0.44%       9       0.74%   -66.67%
      Other/Unknown                        21     1.91%             19    1.79%      21     1.87%      30       2.45%    42.86%

    Age
     16 and Under                           3     0.27%           2       0.19%        3    0.27%        0      0.00% -100.00%
     17                                    26     2.36%          24       2.26%       36    3.20%       21      1.72% -19.23%
     18                                   366    33.24%        383       36.00%     412    36.65%     391      31.94%    6.83%
     19-21                                400    36.33%         383      36.00%     386    34.34%     398      32.52%   -0.50%
     22-24                                110     9.99%          98       9.21%       98    8.72%     145      11.85%   31.82%
     25-30                                103     9.36%          77       7.24%       87    7.74%     119       9.72%   15.53%
     31-35                                 35     3.18%          37       3.48%       41    3.65%       50      4.08%   42.86%
     36-50                                 52     4.72%          53       4.98%       53    4.72%       86      7.03%   65.38%
     51-64                                  5     0.45%           6       0.56%        8    0.71%       14      1.14% 180.00%
     65 and Over                            1     0.09%           1       0.09%        0    0.00%        0      0.00% -100.00%
     Unknown                                0     0.00%           0       0.00%        0    0.00%        0      0.00%         .
     Average Age                        21.63          .      21.57            .   21.48         .   22.68           .   4.85%




1
    Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
2
    Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

NOTE: Unduplicated headcount of students who were enrolled in at least one Developmental Writing course.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                          Student Characteristics
                                     Developmental Education - Writing
                                              Fall 2006 - 2009
                                                                                                                            06-09
                                          Fall 2006                Fall 2007          Fall 2008          Fall 2009         % Chg
    Student Headcount                        673                     667                704                811            20.51%

    Residency
     In-District                          500      74.29%          464     69.57%     544     77.27%     620     76.45%    24.00%
     Out-of-District                      146      21.69%          182     27.29%     149     21.16%     177     21.82%    21.23%
     Out-of-State/International            17       2.53%           18      2.70%      10      1.42%      12      1.48%   -29.41%
     Other/Unknown1                        10       1.49%            3      0.45%       1      0.14%       2      0.25%   -80.00%

    Gender
     Male                                 335      49.78%          331     49.63%     344     48.86%     379     46.73%   13.13%
     Female                               338      50.22%          336     50.37%     360     51.14%     432     53.27%   27.81%

    Student Status
      Part-time                           606      90.04%          602     90.25%     652     92.61%     726     89.52%   19.80%
      Full-time2                           67       9.96%           65      9.75%      52      7.39%      85     10.48%   26.87%

    Ethnicity
      White                               203      30.16%          220     32.98%     228     32.39%     237     29.22%    16.75%
      Black                               117      17.38%          131     19.64%     153     21.73%     202     24.91%    72.65%
      Hispanic                            291      43.24%          250     37.48%     291     41.34%     318     39.21%     9.28%
      Asian/Pacific Islander               28       4.16%           32      4.80%      26      3.69%      20      2.47%   -28.57%
      Am. Indian/Alaskan Native             4       0.59%            6      0.90%       1      0.14%       7      0.86%    75.00%
      Non-Resident Alien                   14       2.08%           12      1.80%       2      0.28%       6      0.74%   -57.14%
      Other/Unknown                        16       2.38%           16      2.40%       3      0.43%      21      2.59%    31.25%

    Age
     16 and Under                           1       0.15%         1         0.15%        0     0.00%        0     0.00% -100.00%
     17                                    10       1.49%        10         1.50%       15     2.13%       14     1.73%   40.00%
     18                                   197      29.27%      191         28.64%     194     27.56%     191     23.55%   -3.05%
     19-21                                237      35.22%       237        35.53%     256     36.36%     300     36.99%   26.58%
     22-24                                 83      12.33%        76        11.39%       72    10.23%       83    10.23%    0.00%
     25-30                                 64       9.51%        54         8.10%       55     7.81%       74     9.12%   15.63%
     31-35                                 26       3.86%        33         4.95%       35     4.97%       35     4.32%   34.62%
     36-50                                 47       6.98%        51         7.65%       62     8.81%       93    11.47%   97.87%
     51-64                                  8       1.19%        11         1.65%       15     2.13%       21     2.59% 162.50%
     65 and Over                            0       0.00%         2         0.30%        0     0.00%        0     0.00%         .
     Unknown                                1       0.15%         1         0.15%        0     0.00%        0     0.00% -100.00%
     Average Age                        22.67            .    23.22              .   23.40          .   24.26          .   7.01%




1
    Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
2
    Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

NOTE: Unduplicated headcount of students who were enrolled in at least one Developmental Writing course.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                          Student Characteristics
                                       Developmental Education - Math
                                              Fall 2006 - 2009

                                                                                                                           06-09
                                           Fall 2006               Fall 2007         Fall 2008          Fall 2009         % Chg
     Student Headcount                       6,765                  6,690              7,109             7,774           14.92%

     Residency
      In-District                        4,760    70.36%       4,632      69.24%    5,400   75.96%    6,009    77.30%     26.24%
      Out-of-District                    1,771    26.18%       1,854      27.71%    1,518   21.35%    1,591    20.47%    -10.16%
      Out-of-State/International           204     3.02%         169       2.53%      145    2.04%      150     1.93%    -26.47%
      Other/Unknown1                        30     0.44%          35       0.52%       46    0.65%       24     0.31%    -20.00%

     Gender
      Male                               2,816    41.63%       2,718      40.63%    2,973   41.82%    3,249    41.79%    15.38%
      Female                             3,949    58.37%       3,972      59.37%    4,136   58.18%    4,525    58.21%    14.59%

     Student Status
       Part-time                         4,571    67.57%       4,539      67.85%    4,980   70.05%    5,351    68.83%    17.06%
       Full-time2                        2,194    32.43%       2,151      32.15%    2,129   29.95%    2,423    31.17%    10.44%

     Ethnicity
       White                             3,334    49.28%       3,375      50.45%    3,495   49.16%    3,713    47.76%     11.37%
       Black                               770    11.38%         817      12.21%      892   12.55%    1,113    14.32%     44.55%
       Hispanic                          2,231    32.98%       2,081      31.11%    2,293   32.25%    2,542    32.70%     13.94%
       Asian/Pacific Islander              176     2.60%         220       3.29%      222    3.12%      182     2.34%      3.41%
       Am. Indian/Alaskan Native            72     1.06%          61       0.91%       72    1.01%       66     0.85%     -8.33%
       Non-Resident Alien                   90     1.33%          65       0.97%       43    0.60%       45     0.58%    -50.00%
       Other/Unknown                        92     1.36%          71       1.06%       92    1.29%      113     1.45%     22.83%

     Age
      16 and Under                          13     0.19%           6       0.09%        4    0.06%       10     0.13%    -23.08%
      17                                    85     1.26%         108       1.61%       82    1.15%       87     1.12%      2.35%
      18                                 1,149    16.98%       1,225      18.31%    1,279   17.99%    1,229    15.81%      6.96%
      19-21                              2,435    35.99%       2,345      35.05%    2,462   34.63%    2,543    32.71%      4.44%
      22-24                                970    14.34%         975      14.57%      986   13.87%    1,106    14.23%     14.02%
      25-30                              1,107    16.36%       1,012      15.13%    1,141   16.05%    1,346    17.31%     21.59%
      31-35                                421     6.22%         427       6.38%      492    6.92%      610     7.85%     44.89%
      36-50                                519     7.67%         532       7.95%      561    7.89%      728     9.36%     40.27%
      51-64                                 64     0.95%          51       0.76%       99    1.39%      113     1.45%     76.56%
      65 and Over                            2     0.03%           7       0.10%        3    0.04%        2     0.03%      0.00%
      Unknown                                0     0.00%           2       0.03%        0    0.00%        0     0.00%           .
      Average Age                        23.85          .      23.82            .   24.11         .   24.76          .     3.82%




1
    Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
2
    Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

NOTE: Unduplicated headcount of students who were enrolled in at least one Developmental Math course.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                         Student Characteristics
                                     Developmental Education - Other1
                                             Fall 2006 - 2009

                                                                                                                         06-09
                                          Fall 2006                Fall 2007         Fall 2008         Fall 2009        % Chg
    Student Headcount                       1,160                   1,291              1,303              1,466        26.38%

    Residency
     In-District                           852    73.45%           893    69.17%     963    73.91%    1,098   74.90%    28.87%
     Out-of-District                       257    22.16%           340    26.34%     316    24.25%      325   22.17%    26.46%
     Out-of-State/International             36     3.10%            35     2.71%      15     1.15%       37    2.52%     2.78%
     Other/Unknown2                         15     1.29%            23     1.78%       9     0.69%        6    0.41%   -60.00%

    Gender
     Male                                  511    44.05%           548    42.45%     587    45.05%     653    44.54%   27.79%
     Female                                649    55.95%           743    57.55%     716    54.95%     813    55.46%   25.27%

    Student Status
      Part-time                            959    82.67%       1,064      82.42%    1,073   82.35%    1,205   82.20%   25.65%
      Full-time3                           201    17.33%         227      17.58%      230   17.65%      261   17.80%   29.85%

    Ethnicity
      White                                456    39.31%           472    36.56%     512    39.29%     549    37.45%    20.39%
      Black                                184    15.86%           223    17.27%     215    16.50%     310    21.15%    68.48%
      Hispanic                             435    37.50%           483    37.41%     495    37.99%     513    34.99%    17.93%
      Asian/Pacific Islander                38     3.28%            45     3.49%      41     3.15%      39     2.66%     2.63%
      Am. Indian/Alaskan Native              7     0.60%            17     1.32%      10     0.77%      10     0.68%    42.86%
      Non-Resident Alien                    24     2.07%            25     1.94%      10     0.77%      15     1.02%   -37.50%
      Other/Unknown                         16     1.38%            26     2.01%      20     1.53%      30     2.05%    87.50%

    Age
     16 and Under                            1     0.09%           1       0.08%        1    0.08%        0    0.00% -100.00%
     17                                     21     1.81%          28       2.17%       35    2.69%       25    1.71%   19.05%
     18                                    327    28.19%        382       29.59%     396    30.39%     412    28.10%   25.99%
     19-21                                 439    37.84%         487      37.72%     462    35.46%     533    36.36%   21.41%
     22-24                                 137    11.81%        150       11.62%     129     9.90%     167    11.39%   21.90%
     25-30                                 126    10.86%        126        9.76%     140    10.74%     159    10.85%   26.19%
     31-35                                  46     3.97%          41       3.18%       68    5.22%       64    4.37%   39.13%
     36-50                                  58     5.00%          66       5.11%       57    4.37%       86    5.87%   48.28%
     51-64                                   5     0.43%           9       0.70%       15    1.15%       20    1.36% 300.00%
     65 and Over                             0     0.00%           1       0.08%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%         .
     Unknown                                 0     0.00%           0       0.00%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%         .
     Average Age                         22.06          .      22.03            .   22.15         .   22.70         .   2.90%




1
    Other includes human development and study skills.
2
    Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
3
    Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

NOTE: Unduplicated headcount of students who were enrolled in at least one Developmental Other1 course.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                     College Connection

                                                         Contents
Useful Terms ..........................................................................................................................56
ISD Participation Years ..........................................................................................................57
Enrollment Comparisons .......................................................................................................58
Information by Workforce or Academic Programs .................................................................59
Enrollments by Ethnicity ........................................................................................................60
Enrollments by Gender ..........................................................................................................60
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                                          Useful Terms


College Connection - a program offered to high school students to provide awareness of the benefits
of going to college while providing academic and other support services they need to enter college.
All ACC academic and other support services are provided at the high school.

ISD - Independent School District.

Participant - a high school student who attends College Connection events.

Participant Year - senior year the student took part in College Connection activities.

Participation Year - year in which the school district took part in College Connection activities.




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                                                                               College Connection
                                                                             ISD Particpation Years
                                       Number of           Number                      Total Number of Participating ISD's
     ISD
                                      High Schools         of Years 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010
     Austin ISD                                       13             6                       √          √       √        √        √        √
     Bastrop ISD                                       2             6                       √          √       √        √        √        √
     Blanco ISD                                        1             4                                          √        √        √        √
     Del Valle ISD                                     2             6                       √          √       √        √        √        √
     Dripping Springs ISD                              1             3                                                   √        √        √
     Elgin ISD                                         2             4                                          √        √        √        √
     Fredericksburg ISD                                1             4                                          √        √        √        √
     GeorgetownISD                                     2             3                                                   √        √        √
     Harper ISD                                        1             4                                          √        √        √        √
     Hays CISD                                         3             5                                  √       √        √        √        √
     Jarrell ISD                                       1             4                                          √        √        √        √




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     Johnson City ISD                                  1             4                                          √        √        √        √
     Lago Vista ISD                                    1             4                                          √        √        √        √
     Lake Travis ISD                                   1             3                                                   √        √        √
     Leander ISD                                       4             6                       √          √       √        √        √        √
     Liberty Hill ISD                                  1             4                                          √        √        √        √
     Lockhart ISD                                      2             4                                          √        √        √        √
     Luling ISD                                        1             4                                          √        √        √        √
     Manor ISD                                         2             5                                  √       √        √        √        √
     Nixon-Smiley ISD                                  1             4                                          √        √        √        √
     Pflugerville ISD                                  4             5                                  √       √        √        √        √
     Prairie Lea ISD                                   1             4                                          √        √        √        √
     Round Rock ISD                                    6             4                                          √        √        √        √
     San Marcos CISD                                   2             7        √              √          √       √        √        √        √
     Smithville ISD                                    1             4                                          √        √        √        √
     Total                                            57             7              1               5       8       22       25       25       25

     NOTE: √ indicates that the ISD participated in College Connection during that academic year.
     Source: ACC Student Database
                                                                                                                                                    COLLEGE CONNECTION
                                                                                    College Connection
                                                                                  Enrollment Comparisons



                                     Fall 2003-2004     Fall 2004-2005      Fall 2005-2006      Fall 2006-2007      Fall 2007-2008      Fall 2008-2009     Percent Change from
           Participation Year 1
                                       Participants       Participants       Participants        Participants        Participants        Participants         AY'08 to AY'09
                                  Number of Fall 2004 Number of Fall 2005 Number of Fall 2006 Number of Fall 2007 Number of Fall 2008 Number of Fall 2009
                                   Students Students Students Students Students Students Students Students Students Students Students Students Students                Students
                   ISD
                                  Completing Enrolled Completing Enrolled Completing Enrolled Completing Enrolled Completing Enrolled Completing Enrolled Completing Enrolled at
                                  Application at ACC Application at ACC Application at ACC Application at ACC Application at ACC Application at ACC Application          ACC
          Austin ISD                      -          -        3,168        687        3,650       741        3,383     664       3,556           725    3,562     694       0.2%     -4.3%
          Bastrop ISD                     -          -          408         70          424        55          390      46         459            53      469      67       2.2%     26.4%
          Blanco ISD                      -          -            -          -            -         -           61       4          62             2       76       4      22.6%    100.0%
          Del Valle ISD                   -          -          299         63          289        49          117      14         316            54      319      71       0.9%     31.5%
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          Dripping Springs ISD            -          -            -          -            -         -            -       -         203            32      256      33      26.1%      3.1%
          Elgin ISD                       -          -            -          -            -         -          199      17         180            26      230      19      27.8%    -26.9%
          Fredericksburg ISD              -          -            -          -            -         -          171      10     Did Not Participate         28         -         -         -
          Georgetown ISD                  -          -            -          -            -         -            -       -         500            71      580      75      16.0%      5.6%
          Harper ISD                      -          -            -          -            -         -           28       1          49             3       37       1     -24.5%    -66.7%
          Hays CISD                       -          -            -          -          369        77          611     108         631           113      620      98      -1.7%    -13.3%




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          Jarrell ISD                     -          -            -          -            -         -           27       4          47             6       51       5       8.5%    -16.7%
          Johnson City ISD                -          -            -          -            -         -           28       5          44             6       50       9      13.6%     50.0%
          Lago Vista ISD                  -          -            -          -            -         -           67      15          79            19       97      15      22.8%    -21.1%
          Lake Travis ISD                 -          -            -          -            -         -            -       -         345            62      372      53       7.8%    -14.5%
          Leander ISD                     -          -          914        237          804       208        1,117     236       1,113           274    1,320     305      18.6%     11.3%
          Liberty Hill ISD                -          -            -          -            -         -          112      26         149            21      126      17     -15.4%    -19.0%
          Lockhart ISD                    -          -            -          -            -         -          237      30         230            40      268      18      16.5%    -55.0%
          Luling ISD                      -          -            -          -            -         -           63       1          83            10       91      10       9.6%      0.0%
          Manor ISD                       -          -            -          -          145        18          157      26   No Usable List Provided      149      22           -         -
          Nixon-Smiley ISD                -          -            -          -            -         -           47       2          57             2       66       1      15.8%    -50.0%
          Pflugerville ISD                -          -            -          -          381        95          339      70       1,066           227    1,247     246      17.0%      8.4%
          Prairie Lea ISD                 -          -            -          -            -         -           11       1          17             1       14       2     -17.6%    100.0%
          Round Rock ISD                  -          -            -          -            -         -        1,753     336       2,267           471    2,243     366      -1.1%    -22.3%
          San Marcos CISD               354         47          381         47          449        37          351      37         355            41      334      37      -5.9%     -9.8%
          Smithville ISD                  -          -            -          -            -         -           94      11         107             7      112      11       4.7%     57.1%
          Total                         354         47        5,170      1,104        6,511     1,280        9,363   1,664       11,915         2,266   12,717   2,179      6.7%     -3.8%



     1
         Participation year is the year in which the school district took part in College Connection activities.

     Source: ACC Student Database and ACC College Connection
                                                              College Connection
                                                Information by Workforce or Academic Programs

                                                 1                              2
                                     Fall 2005                         Fall 2006                     Fall 20073                        Fall 20084                     Fall 20095
                             Students in                       Students in                   Students in                      Students in                    Students in
                             Workforce or Students in          Workforce or Students in      Workforce or    Students in      Workforce or    Students in    Workforce or    Students in
                              Tech Prep      Academic           Tech Prep      Academic       Tech Prep      Academic          Tech Prep       Academic       Tech Prep       Academic
                              Programs       Programs           Programs       Programs       Programs        Programs         Programs        Programs       Programs        Programs
               ISD            #      %       #     %            #      %       #     %        #      %       #      %          #      %        #      %       #      %        #      %
     Austin ISD               182   26.5%       505   73.5%    237     35.9%   504   76.2%     425    64.0%    239   36.0%    282 38.9%        443 61.1%     301    43.4%     393     56.6%
     Bastrop ISD               24   34.3%        46   65.7%     21     38.2%    34   61.8%      31    67.4%     15   32.6%     16 30.2%         37 69.8%      24    35.8%      43     64.2%
     Blanco ISD                 -        -        -        -       -       -     -       -       3    75.0%      1   25.0%      2 100.0%          0   0.0%     1    25.0%       3     75.0%
     Del Valle ISD             24   38.1%        39   61.9%     15     30.6%    34   69.4%       6    42.9%      8   57.1%     28 51.9%         26 48.1%      42    59.2%      29     40.8%
     Dripping Springs ISD       -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -       -         -     -        -    14 43.8%         18 56.3%      14    42.4%      19     57.6%
     Elgin ISD                  -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -      12    70.6%      5   29.4%      8 30.8%         18 69.2%       6    31.6%      13     68.4%
     Fredericksburg ISD         -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -       7    70.0%      3   30.0%        Did Not Participate          -         -      -          -
     Georgetown ISD             -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -       -         -     -        -    29 40.8%         42 59.2%      21    28.0%       54    72.0%
     Harper ISD                 -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -       1   100.0%      0    0.0%      0    0.0%         3 100.0%     1   100.0%        0     0.0%
     Hays CISD                  -        -        -        -    28     36.4%    49   63.6%      66    61.1%     42   38.9%     67 59.3%         46 40.7%      44    44.9%       54    55.1%
     Jarrell ISD                -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -       4   100.0%      0    0.0%      4 66.7%           2 33.3%      0     0.0%        5   100.0%




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     Johnson City ISD           -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -       3    60.0%      2   40.0%      1 16.7%           5 83.3%      5    55.6%        4    44.4%
     Lago Vista ISD             -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -      13    86.7%      2   13.3%      7 36.8%         12 63.2%       5    33.3%       10    66.7%
     Lake Travis ISD            -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -       -         -     -        -    23 37.1%         39 62.9%      18    34.0%       35    66.0%
     Leander ISD               56   23.6%       181   76.4%     88     42.3%   121   58.2%     157    66.5%     79   33.5%     99 36.1%        175 63.9%     114    37.4%      191    62.6%
     Liberty Hill ISD           -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -      15    57.7%     11   42.3%      5 23.8%         16 76.2%       2    11.8%       15    88.2%
     Lockhart ISD               -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -      24    80.0%      6   20.0%     15 37.5%         25 62.5%       4    22.2%       14    77.8%
     Luling ISD                 -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -       1   100.0%      0    0.0%      7 70.0%           3 30.0%      4    40.0%        6    60.0%
     Manor ISD                  -        -        -        -    12     66.7%     7   38.9%      17    65.4%      9   34.6%     No Usable List Provided         8    36.4%       14    63.6%
     Nixon-Smiley ISD           -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -       1    50.0%      1   50.0%      0    0.0%         2 100.0%     0     0.0%        1   100.0%
     Pflugerville ISD           -        -        -        -    36     37.9%    58   61.1%      48    68.6%     22   31.4%     88 38.8%        139 61.2%      92    37.4%      154    62.6%
     Prairie Lea ISD            -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -       1   100.0%      0    0.0%      0    0.0%         1 100.0%     1    50.0%        1    50.0%
     Round Rock ISD             -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -     218    64.9%    118   35.1%    180 38.2%        291 61.8%     155    42.3%      211    57.7%
     San Marcos CISD            9   19.1%        38   80.9%     13     35.1%    23   62.2%      20    54.1%     17   45.9%     15 36.6%         26 63.4%      17    45.9%       20    54.1%
     Smithville ISD             -        -        -        -     -         -     -       -       7    63.6%      4   36.4%      2 28.6%           5 71.4%      5    45.5%        6    54.5%
     Total                    295   26.7%       809   73.3%    450     35.2%   830   64.8%   1,080    64.9%    584   35.1%    892 39.4% 1,374 60.6%          884    40.6%    1,295    59.4%


         1
     B       Information as of Aprild7, 2006.
             d        d     d l          j
         2
             Information as of November 14, 2006.
         3
             Information as of September 12, 2007.
         4
             Information as of September 10, 2008.
         5
             Information as of October 5, 2009.

         NOTES: Data are based on student’s declared major. Percent is based on ISD total enrollment.
         Source: ACC Student Database and ACC College Connection Database
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                                                                             College Connection
                                                                           Enrollments by Ethnicity
                                                                             Fall 2005 - Fall 2009

                                                                                                                                                  Percent
                                                                      Fall 20051     Fall 20062     Fall 20073     Fall 20084     Fall 20095    Change from
                                                                                                                                                Fall 2008 to
                                                 Ethnicity            #       %      #       %      #       %      #       %      #       %      Fall 2009
                                  White                                 497 45.0%      571 46.3%     828  49.8%   1,126  49.7%   1,039  47.7%          -7.7%
                                  Black                                 104  9.4%      127 10.3%     148   8.9%     189   8.3%     211   9.7%          11.6%
                                  Hispanic                              438 39.7%      500 37.4%     547  32.9%     774  34.2%     763  35.0%          -1.4%
                                  Asian / Pacific Islander               30  2.7%       40  3.2%      89   5.3%     118   5.2%      77   3.5%         -34.7%
                                  American Indian / Alaskan Native       10  0.9%        6  0.5%      15   0.9%      17   0.8%      14   0.6%         -17.6%
                                  Non-Resident Alien                     11  1.0%        7  0.6%       8   0.5%       9   0.4%      19   0.9%         111.1%
                                  Other / Unknown                        14  1.3%       29  1.8%      29   1.7%      33   1.5%      56   2.6%          69.7%
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                                  Totals                             1,104 100.0%   1,280 100.0%   1,664 100.0%   2,266 100.0%   2,179 100.0%          36.2%




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                                                                            College Connection
                                                                           Enrollments by Gender
                                                                            Fall 2005 - Fall 2009

                                                                      Fall 20051     Fall 20062     Fall 20073     Fall 20083     Fall 20094    % Chg from
                                                 Gender                                                                                         Fall 2008 to
                                                                      #       %      #       %      #       %      #       %      #       %      Fall 2009
                                  Female                                599 54.3%     652  50.8%     897  53.9%   1,778  62.0%   1,165  53.5%         -34.5%
                                  Male                                  504 45.7%     626  49.1%     767  46.1%   1,088  38.0%   1,014  46.5%          -6.8%
                                  Unknown                                 1  0.1%       2   0.2%       0   0.0%       0   0.0%       0   0.0%           0.0%
                                  Total                              1,104 100.0%   1,280 100.0%   1,664 100.0%   2,866 100.0%   2,179 100.0%         -24.0%


     1
         Information as of April 7, 2006.
     2
         Information as of November 14, 2006.
     3
         Information as of September 12, 2007.
     4
         Information as of September 10, 2008.
     5
         Information as of October 05, 2009.

     Source: ACC Student Database
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                               Campus Demographics

This section can be used for finding:

     • student headcount for each location.
     • student headcount for the past five years at each location by gender, ethnicity, and age.




                                                         Contents
Useful Terms ..........................................................................................................................62
Student Headcount by Location ............................................................................................63
  Cypress Creek Campus .....................................................................................................64
  Eastview Campus ...............................................................................................................66
  Northridge Campus ............................................................................................................68
  Pinnacle Campus ...............................................................................................................70
  Rio Grande Campus ...........................................................................................................72
  Riverside Campus ..............................................................................................................74
  South Austin Campus .........................................................................................................76
  Distance Learning ...............................................................................................................78
  Site-Based Summary ..........................................................................................................80
  Centers Summary ...............................................................................................................81
  Centers by Location ............................................................................................................82
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                                        Useful Terms


 12th Class Day Data - data for Fall or Spring classes, as of the 12th day of class of the 16-
 week session. (Official Reporting Date for the Fall and Spring Semesters)

 Centers - non-campus locations that are staffed, have regular posted hours, and offer credit
 courses on a regular basis (every semester).

 Distance Learning - courses delivered to individuals and groups by synchronous or
 asynchronous methods. Delivery methods include instructional television (using recorded
 video programs shown on cable TV and on cassette), Personal Computer with Modem (using
 Internet and email), print-based courses (using a textbook), directed studies, and live televised
 classes (to individual students via the Internet or cable television).

 Headcount - the number of students enrolled in one or more courses. This number may be
 duplicated or unduplicated.

 Reporting Dates – Fall/Spring: 12th Class Day
                   Summer: 4th Class Day of the 2nd 5½ week session

 Site-Based Instruction - credit and non-credit classes and training provided to businesses,
 government entities, high schools, correctional institutions, and community groups.




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                                                           Student Headcount by Location
                                                                     Fall 2009

                                                                                      Fall        Fall              Fall         Fall     Fall
                             Location                                                2005        2006              2007         2008     2009

                             Cypress Creek                                           3,319       3,402             3,919        4,289    5,388
                             Eastview                                                3,406       3,416             3,407        3,579    4,048
                             Northridge                                              9,259       9,065             8,907        9,090   10,102
                             Pinnacle                                                3,547       3,259             3,015        3,081    3,612
                             Rio Grande                                              7,388       7,120             6,910        7,068    8,239
                             Riverside                                               6,717       6,612             6,444        6,446    7,238
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                             South Austin                                                  .     2,252             2,578        3,041    3,861
                             Distance Learning                                       6,435       6,346             6,872        7,452    8,517
                             Centers                                                 1,914       2,039             2,345        3,035    3,984
                             Site-Based Instruction                                  1,148       1,265             1,440        1,746    1,990




                        12,000

                        10,000
    Student Headcount




                         8,000

                         6,000

                         4,000

                         2,000

                            0
                                     CYP        EVC         NRG         PIN          RGC       RVS           SAC           DL     CTR    SIT

                                                                              2005     2006    2007      2008        2009




1
            The South Austin Campus opened Fall 2006.

NOTE:                            Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                        Student Headcount
                                                      Cypress Creek Campus
                                                          Fall 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                                   05-09
                                       Fall 2005         Fall 2006            Fall 2007       Fall 2008         Fall 2009          % chg
    Student Headcount                   3,319             3,402                3,919            4,289             5,388           62.34%

    Credit Hours                       20,141             20,795              24,577           26,660             32,043          59.09%
    Average Credit Hours                6.07               6.11                6.27             6.22               5.95           -2.00%

    Contact Hours                      364,192           376,960              458,144          496,584           601,096          65.05%
    Average Contact Hours               109.73            110.81               116.90           115.78           111.56            1.67%

    Full-time Student Equivalent
                                        1,343             1,386                1,638            1,777             2,136           59.09%
    (FTSE)¹

    Residency
     In-District                    2,356   70.99%     2,378   69.90%     2,698    68.84%    3,588   83.66%    4,633   85.99%     96.65%
     Out-of-District                  877   26.42%       925   27.19%     1,091    27.84%      608   14.18%      619   11.49%    -29.42%
     Out-of-State/International        72    2.17%        78    2.29%        97     2.48%       65    1.52%       85    1.58%     18.06%
     Other2                            14    0.42%        21    0.62%        33     0.84%       28    0.65%       51    0.95%    264.29%

    Gender
     Male                           1,306   39.35%     1,427   41.95%     1,528    38.99%    1,741   40.59%    2,167   40.22%     65.93%
     Female                         2,013   60.65%     1,975   58.05%     2,391    61.01%    2,548   59.41%    3,221   59.78%     60.01%

    Student Status
      Part-time                     2,145   64.63%     2,199   64.64%     2,541    64.84%    2,882   67.20%    3,554   65.96%     65.69%
      Full-time3                    1,174   35.37%     1,203   35.36%     1,378    35.16%    1,407   32.80%    1,834   34.04%     56.22%

    Ethnicity
      White                         2,297   69.21%     2,273   66.81%     2,604    66.45%    2,804   65.38%    3,472   64.44%     51.15%
      Black                           165    4.97%       205    6.03%       230     5.87%      254    5.92%      376    6.98%    127.88%
      Hispanic                        606   18.26%       631   18.55%       725    18.50%      801   18.68%    1,001   18.58%     65.18%
      Asian/Pacific Islander          140    4.22%       153    4.50%       207     5.28%      288    6.71%      356    6.61%    154.29%
      Am. Indian/Alaskan Native        26    0.78%        37    1.09%        36     0.92%       46    1.07%       44    0.82%     69.23%
      Non-Resident Alien               39    1.18%        58    1.70%        53     1.35%       43    1.00%       61    1.13%     56.41%
      Other/Unknown                    46    1.39%        45    1.32%        64     1.63%       53    1.24%       78    1.45%     69.57%

    Age
     16 and Under                      48    1.45%        58    1.70%        36     0.92%       57    1.33%       70    1.30%     45.83%
     17                               132    3.98%       127    3.73%       158     4.03%      134    3.12%      162    3.01%     22.73%
     18                               476   14.34%       522   15.34%       593    15.13%      653   15.22%      717   13.31%     50.63%
     19-21                          1,123   33.84%     1,106   32.51%     1,271    32.43%    1,405   32.76%    1,640   30.44%     46.04%
     22-24                            465   14.01%       476   13.99%       530    13.52%      596   13.90%      752   13.96%     61.72%
     25-30                            483   14.55%       499   14.67%       622    15.87%      598   13.94%      847   15.72%     75.36%
     31-35                            225    6.78%       248    7.29%       265     6.76%      307    7.16%      467    8.67%    107.56%
     36-50                            330    9.94%       328    9.64%       390     9.95%      478   11.14%      642   11.92%     94.55%
     51-64                             35    1.05%        33    0.97%        47     1.20%       55    1.28%       80    1.48%    128.57%
     65 and Over                        2    0.06%         5    0.15%         7     0.18%        6    0.14%       11    0.20%    450.00%
     Unknown                            0    0.00%         0    0.00%         0     0.00%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%           .
     Average Age                    24.30         .    24.30         .    24.41          .   24.67         .   25.30         .     4.12%




1
     Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) is based on 15 SCH.
2
     Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
3
     Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

NOTES: Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data
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                                                               CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS

                                   Student Headcount by Zip Code
                                       Cypress Creek Campus
                                             Fall 2009




Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                      Student Headcount
                                                      Eastview Campus
                                                        Fall 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                                  05-09
                                       Fall 2005         Fall 2006            Fall 2007        Fall 2008         Fall 2009        % chg
    Student Headcount                    3,406             3,416               3,407            3,579             4,048           18.85%

    Credit Hours                        19,023            19,679               19,152           19,491            21,826          14.73%
    Average Credit Hours                 5.59              5.76                 5.62             5.45              5.39           -3.46%

    Contact Hours                      460,376            481,800             459,864          468,904           524,050          13.83%
    Average Contact Hours               135.17             141.04              134.98           131.02            129.46          -4.22%
    Full-time Student Equivalent
                                         1,268             1,312               1,277            1,299             1,455           14.73%
    (FTSE)¹
    Residency
     In-District                    2,751   80.77%     2,711 79.36%       2,694    79.07%    2,961   82.73%    3,320   82.02%     20.68%
     Out-of-District                  570   16.74%       613 17.94%         629    18.46%      517   14.45%      616   15.22%      8.07%
     Out-of-State/International        54    1.59%        62 1.81%           50     1.47%       41    1.15%       44    1.09%    -18.52%
           2                           31    0.91%        30 0.88%           34     1.00%       60    1.68%       68    1.68%    119.35%
     Other

    Gender
     Male                             993   29.15%     1,065 31.18%       1,101    32.32%    1,072   29.95%    1,312   32.41%    32.12%
     Female                         2,413   70.85%     2,351 68.82%       2,306    67.68%    2,507   70.05%    2,736   67.59%    13.39%

    Student Status
      Part-time                     2,412   70.82%     2,431 71.17%       2,438    71.56%    2,678   74.83%    3,013   74.43%    24.92%
                3
      Full-time                       994   29.18%       985 28.83%         969    28.44%      901   25.17%    1,035   25.57%     4.12%

    Ethnicity
      White                         1,519   44.60%     1,543 45.17%       1,515    44.47%    1,544   43.14%    1,791   44.24%     17.91%
      Black                           592   17.38%       583 17.07%         586    17.20%      651   18.19%      764   18.87%     29.05%
      Hispanic                        990   29.07%       980 28.69%         988    29.00%    1,052   29.39%    1,143   28.24%     15.45%
      Asian/Pacific Islander          154    4.52%       145 4.24%          144     4.23%      211    5.90%      212    5.24%     37.66%
      Am. Indian/Alaskan Native        15    0.44%        21 0.61%           24     0.70%       16    0.45%       26    0.64%     73.33%
      Non-Resident Alien               80    2.35%        83 2.43%           76     2.23%       54    1.51%       47    1.16%    -41.25%
      Other/Unknown                    56    1.64%        61 1.79%           74     2.17%       51    1.42%       65    1.61%     16.07%

    Age
     16 and Under                       4    0.12%         8    0.23%         7     0.21%        3    0.08%        7    0.17%    75.00%
     17                                20    0.59%        20    0.59%        20     0.59%       23    0.64%       27    0.67%    35.00%
     18                               216    6.34%       207    6.06%       246     7.22%      237    6.62%      262    6.47%    21.30%
     19-21                            792   23.25%       769   22.51%       811    23.80%      816   22.80%      931   23.00%    17.55%
     22-24                            593   17.41%       575   16.83%       584    17.14%      607   16.96%     671    16.58%    13.15%
     25-30                            746   21.90%       804   23.54%       743    21.81%      811   22.66%     893    22.06%    19.71%
     31-35                            401   11.77%       361   10.57%       370    10.86%      413   11.54%     450    11.12%    12.22%
     36-50                            547   16.06%       573   16.77%       525    15.41%      553   15.45%     689    17.02%    25.96%
     51-64                             85    2.50%        96    2.81%        93     2.73%      114    3.19%     116     2.87%    36.47%
     65 and Over                        2    0.06%         3    0.09%         7     0.21%        2    0.06%        2    0.05%     0.00%
     Unknown                            0    0.00%         0    0.00%         1     0.03%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%          .
     Average Age                    27.78         .    28.00         .    27.65          .   27.93         .   28.10         .    1.15%




1
    Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) is based on 15 SCH.
2
    Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
3
    Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

NOTES: Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                               CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS

                                   Student Headcount by Zip Code
                                         Eastview Campus
                                             Fall 2009




Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                       Student Headcount
                                                       Northridge Campus
                                                         Fall 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                                 05-09
                                      Fall 2005          Fall 2006           Fall 2007        Fall 2008         Fall 2009        % chg
Student Headcount                       9,259              9,065               8,907           9,090            10,102           9.10%
Credit Hours                            59,632            58,368              57,417          58,087            62,001            3.97%
Average Credit Hours                     6.44              6.44                6.45            6.39              6.14            -4.70%
Contact Hours                         1,144,048          1,126,392           1,114,368       1,127,984         1,218,160          6.48%
Average Contact Hours                   123.56             124.26              125.11          124.09            120.59          -2.41%
Full-time Student Equivalent
                                        3,975              3,891               3,828           3,872             4,133           3.97%
(FTSE)¹

Residency
 In-District                         6,716 72.53%      6,352 70.07%         6,247 70.14%    7,321 80.54%      8,305 82.21%       23.66%
 Out-of-District                     2,249 24.29%      2,408 26.56%         2,389 26.82%    1,519 16.71%      1,478 14.63%      -34.28%
 Out-of-State/International            167 1.80%         197 2.17%            158 1.77%       126 1.39%         167 1.65%         0.00%
 Other2                                127 1.37%         108 1.19%            113 1.27%       124 1.36%         152 1.50%        19.69%

Gender
 Male                                4,420 47.74%      4,418 48.74%         4,234 47.54%    4,366 48.03%      5,014 49.63%      13.44%
 Female                              4,839 52.26%      4,647 51.26%         4,673 52.46%    4,724 51.97%      5,088 50.37%       5.15%

Student Status
  Part-time                          6,194 66.90%      6,053 66.77%         5,913 66.39%    6,135 67.49%      6,649 65.82%       7.35%
  Full-time3                         3,065 33.10%      3,012 33.23%         2,994 33.61%    2,955 32.51%      3,453 34.18%      12.66%

Ethnicity
  White                              5,292 57.16%      5,159 56.91%         5,048 56.67%    5,046 55.51%      5,427 53.72%        2.55%
  Black                                798 8.62%         822 9.07%            811 9.11%       879 9.67%       1,100 10.89%       37.84%
  Hispanic                           2,031 21.94%      2,015 22.23%         1,926 21.62%    2,051 22.56%      2,340 23.16%       15.21%
  Asian/Pacific Islander               661 7.14%         628 6.93%            712 7.99%       790 8.69%         854 8.45%        29.20%
  Am. Indian/Alaskan Native             64 0.69%          91 1.00%             78 0.88%        83 0.91%          98 0.97%        53.13%
  Non-Resident Alien                   259 2.80%         240 2.65%            199 2.23%       128 1.41%         136 1.35%       -47.49%
  Other/Unknown                        154 1.66%         110 1.21%            133 1.49%       113 1.24%         147 1.46%        -4.55%

Age
 16 and Under                           78    0.84%       85 0.94%             80 0.90%        73    0.80%       79    0.78%     1.28%
 17                                    201    2.17%      221 2.44%            204 2.29%       196    2.16%      206    2.04%     2.49%
 18                                    795    8.59%      830 9.16%            890 9.99%       914   10.06%      893    8.84%    12.33%
 19-21                               2,787   30.10%    2,722 30.03%         2,739 30.75%    2,713   29.85%    2,956   29.26%     6.06%
 22-24                               1,680   18.14%    1,626 17.94%         1,535 17.23%    1,555   17.11%    1,719   17.02%     2.32%
 25-30                               1,792   19.35%    1,815 20.02%         1,718 19.29%    1,771   19.48%    1,990   19.70%    11.05%
 31-35                                 771    8.33%      699 7.71%            647 7.26%       726    7.99%      852    8.43%    10.51%
 36-50                                 949   10.25%      867 9.56%            868 9.75%       897    9.87%    1,126   11.15%    18.65%
 51-64                                 182    1.97%      180 1.99%            196 2.20%       214    2.35%      249    2.46%    36.81%
 65 and Over                            24    0.26%       20 0.22%             27 0.30%        31    0.34%       30    0.30%    25.00%
 Unknown                                 0    0.00%        0 0.00%              3 0.03%         0    0.00%        2    0.02%          .
 Average Age                         25.68         .   25.50       .        25.46       .   25.65         .   26.10         .    1.64%




1
    Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) is based on 15 SCH.
2
    Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
3
    Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

NOTES: Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                               CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS

                                   Student Headcount by Zip Code
                                        Northridge Campus
                                             Fall 2009




Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                       Student Headcount
                                                        Pinnacle Campus
                                                         Fall 2005 - 2009

                                                                                                                                       05-09
                                      Fall 2005          Fall 2006              Fall 2007          Fall 2008         Fall 2009         % chg
Student Headcount                       3,547              3,259                  3,015             3,081             3,612            1.83%

Credit Hours                            22,393             20,282                18,789            19,076            21,992           -1.79%
Average Credit Hours                     6.31               6.22                  6.23              6.19              6.09            -3.56%

Contact Hours                          413,976            370,968                339,072           344,232           394,512          -4.70%
Average Contact Hours                   116.71             113.83                 112.46            111.73            109.22          -6.42%
Full-time Student Equivalent
                                        1,493              1,352                  1,253             1,272             1,466           -1.79%
(FTSE)¹

Residency
 In-District                         2,748 77.47%       2,457 75.39%           2,264 75.09%      2,269 73.64%      2,730 75.58%       -0.66%
 Out-of-District                       717 20.21%         711 21.82%             674 22.35%        736 23.89%        800 22.15%       11.58%
 Out-of-State/International             66 1.86%           73 2.24%               60 1.99%          49 1.59%          58 1.61%       -12.12%
 Other2                                 16 0.45%           18 0.55%               17 0.56%          27 0.88%          24 0.66%        50.00%

Gender
 Male                                1,602 45.16%       1,478 45.35%           1,377 45.67%      1,379 44.76%      1,641 45.43%        2.43%
 Female                              1,945 54.84%       1,781 54.65%           1,638 54.33%      1,702 55.24%      1,971 54.57%        1.34%

Student Status
  Part-time                          2,289 64.53%       2,092 64.19%           1,953 64.78%      2,020 65.56%      2,311 63.98%        0.96%
  Full-time3                         1,258 35.47%       1,167 35.81%           1,062 35.22%      1,061 34.44%      1,301 36.02%        3.42%

Ethnicity
  White                              2,368 66.76%       2,140 65.66%           2,015 66.83%      2,013 65.34%      2,356 65.23%       -0.51%
  Black                                100 2.82%          112 3.44%               94 3.12%         124 4.02%         156 4.32%        56.00%
  Hispanic                             824 23.23%         790 24.24%             666 22.09%        727 23.60%        855 23.67%        3.76%
  Asian/Pacific Islander               121 3.41%           94 2.88%              116 3.85%         108 3.51%         138 3.82%        14.05%
  Am. Indian/Alaskan Native             34 0.96%           26 0.80%               32 1.06%          24 0.78%          32 0.89%        -5.88%
  Non-Resident Alien                    41 1.16%           43 1.32%               40 1.33%          42 1.36%          27 0.75%       -34.15%
  Other/Unknown                         59 1.66%           43 1.32%               52 1.72%          43 1.40%          48 1.33%       -18.64%
Age
 16 and Under                           50    1.41%        83    2.55%            58    1.92%       47    1.53%       59    1.63%     18.00%
 17                                    113    3.19%       108    3.31%           118    3.91%      100    3.25%      113    3.13%      0.00%
 18                                    466   13.14%       445   13.65%           461   15.29%      474   15.38%      498   13.79%      6.87%
 19-21                               1,291   36.40%     1,171   35.93%         1,095   36.32%    1,112   36.09%    1,272   35.22%     -1.47%
 22-24                                 614   17.31%       536   16.45%           463   15.36%      479   15.55%      566   15.67%     -7.82%
 25-30                                 505   14.24%       459   14.08%           427   14.16%      432   14.02%      584   16.17%     15.64%
 31-35                                 191    5.38%       165    5.06%           147    4.88%      174    5.65%      207    5.73%      8.38%
 36-50                                 264    7.44%       239    7.33%           209    6.93%      207    6.72%      249    6.89%     -5.68%
 51-64                                  50    1.41%        43    1.32%            33    1.09%       55    1.79%       58    1.61%     16.00%
 65 and Over                             3    0.08%        10    0.31%             2    0.07%        1    0.03%        6    0.17%    100.00%
 Unknown                                 0    0.00%         0    0.00%             2    0.07%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%           .
 Average Age                         23.86         .    23.80         .        23.41         .   23.65         .   24.00         .     0.59%




1
    Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) is based on 15 SCH.
2
    Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
3
    Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

NOTES: Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                               CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS

                                   Student Headcount by Zip Code
                                         Pinnacle Campus
                                             Fall 2009




Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                     Student Headcount
                                                     Rio Grande Campus
                                                       Fall 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                                05-09
                                      Fall 2005          Fall 2006           Fall 2007         Fall 2008       Fall 2009        % chg
    Student Headcount                   7,388              7,120               6,910             7,068           8,239        11.52%

    Credit Hours                        46,413            45,366              44,011            45,443          50,539          8.89%
    Average Credit Hours                 6.28              6.37                6.37              6.43            6.13          -2.36%
    Contact Hours                      867,920           853,088              829,776           849,392         943,288         8.68%
    Average Contact Hours               117.48           119.82               120.08            120.17          114.49         -2.54%
    Full-time Student Equivalent
                                        3,094              3,024               2,934             3,030           3,369          8.89%
    (FTSE)¹

    Residency
     In-District                     6,065 82.09%      5,687 79.87%         5,561 80.48%      5,833 82.53%    6,840 83.02%    12.78%
     Out-of-District                   972 13.16%      1,074 15.08%         1,028 14.88%        878 12.42%    1,018 12.36%     4.73%
     Out-of-State/International        179 2.42%         205 2.88%            154 2.23%         148 2.09%       193 2.34%      7.82%
     Other2                            172 2.33%         154 2.16%            167 2.42%         209 2.96%       188 2.28%      9.30%

    Gender
     Male                            3,387 45.84%      3,334 46.83%         3,264 47.24%      3,365 47.61%    3,998 48.53%    18.04%
     Female                          4,001 54.16%      3,786 53.17%         3,646 52.76%      3,703 52.39%    4,241 51.47%     6.00%

    Student Status
      Part-time                      4,697 63.58%      4,443 62.40%         4,247 61.46%      4,427 62.63%    5,084 61.71%     8.24%
      Full-time3                     2,691 36.42%      2,677 37.60%         2,663 38.54%      2,641 37.37%    3,155 38.29%    17.24%

    Ethnicity
      White                          4,567 61.82%      4,394 61.71%         4,259 61.64%      4,323 61.16%    4,945 60.02%      8.28%
      Black                            414 5.60%         407 5.72%            426 6.16%         444 6.28%       599 7.27%      44.69%
      Hispanic                       1,621 21.94%      1,549 21.76%         1,474 21.33%      1,523 21.55%    1,880 22.82%     15.98%
      Asian/Pacific Islander           368 4.98%         396 5.56%            414 5.99%         455 6.44%       510 6.19%      38.59%
      Am. Indian/Alaskan Native         54 0.73%          66 0.93%             63 0.91%          67 0.95%        71 0.86%      31.48%
      Non-Resident Alien               236 3.19%         211 2.96%            186 2.69%         155 2.19%       136 1.65%     -42.37%
      Other/Unknown                    128 1.73%          97 1.36%             88 1.27%         101 1.43%        98 1.19%     -23.44%

    Age
     16 and Under                       23 0.31%          41 0.58%             30    0.43%       35 0.50%        40 0.49%      73.91%
     17                                133 1.80%         104 1.46%            128    1.85%      113 1.60%        96 1.17%     -27.82%
     18                                562 7.61%         552 7.75%            812   11.75%      517 7.31%       678 8.23%      20.64%
     19-21                           2,540 34.38%      2,455 34.48%         2,436   35.25%    2,461 34.82%    2,635 31.98%      3.74%
     22-24                           1,439 19.48%      1,343 18.86%         1,261   18.25%    1,295 18.32%    1,487 18.05%      3.34%
     25-30                           1,415 19.15%      1,372 19.27%         1,324   19.16%    1,339 18.94%    1,678 20.37%     18.59%
     31-35                             496 6.71%         481 6.76%            471    6.82%      520 7.36%       616 7.48%      24.19%
     36-50                             610 8.26%         611 8.58%            593    8.58%      613 8.67%       787 9.55%      29.02%
     51-64                             151 2.04%         147 2.06%            137    1.98%      162 2.29%       209 2.54%      38.41%
     65 and Over                        19 0.26%          14 0.20%             18    0.26%       13 0.18%        13 0.16%     -31.58%
     Average Age                     25.10       .     25.20       .        25.17         .   25.29       .   25.70       .     2.39%




1
    Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) is based on 15 SCH.
2
    Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
3
    Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

NOTES: Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                               CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS

                                   Student Headcount by Zip Code
                                        Rio Grande Campus
                                             Fall 2009




Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                      Student Headcount
                                                      Riverside Campus
                                                        Fall 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                                     05-09
                                      Fall 2005          Fall 2006             Fall 2007          Fall 2008         Fall 2009        % chg
Student Headcount                       6,717              6,612                 6,444             6,446             7,238           7.76%

Credit Hours                           43,137             41,892                 40,266            40,136            43,626           1.13%
Average Credit Hours                    6.42               6.34                   6.25              6.23              6.03           -6.15%

Contact Hours                         828,744            809,720                781,592           777,136           847,416           2.25%
Average Contact Hours                 123.38             122.46                 121.29            120.56             117.08          -5.11%

Full-time Student Equivalent
                                        2,876              2,793                 2,684             2,676             2,908           1.13%
(FTSE)¹

Residency
 In-District                        5,329   79.34%     5,091   77.00%         4,936   76.60%    5,028   78.00%    5,680   78.47%     6.59%
 Out-of-District                    1,168   17.39%     1,272   19.24%         1,326   20.58%    1,221   18.94%    1,335   18.44%    14.30%
 Out-of-State/International           111    1.65%       140    2.12%            97    1.51%       84    1.30%      111    1.53%     0.00%
 Other2                               109    1.62%       109    1.65%            85    1.32%      113    1.75%      112    1.55%     2.75%

Gender
 Male                               3,244   48.30%     3,275   49.53%         3,196   49.60%    3,211   49.81%    3,724   51.45%    14.80%
 Female                             3,473   51.70%     3,337   50.47%         3,248   50.40%    3,235   50.19%    3,514   48.55%     1.18%

Student Status
  Part-time                         4,260   63.42%     4,204   63.58%         4,149   64.39%    4,289   66.54%    4,703   64.98%    10.40%
  Full-time3                        2,457   36.58%     2,408   36.42%         2,295   35.61%    2,157   33.46%    2,535   35.02%     3.17%

Ethnicity
  White                             3,388   50.44%     3,225   48.77%         3,099   48.09%    3,014   46.76%    3,381   46.71%     -0.21%
  Black                               578    8.61%       593    8.97%           637    9.89%      624    9.68%      760   10.50%     31.49%
  Hispanic                          2,141   31.87%     2,173   32.86%         2,145   33.29%    2,243   34.80%    2,512   34.71%     17.33%
  Asian/Pacific Islander              276    4.11%       283    4.28%           276    4.28%      307    4.76%      325    4.49%     17.75%
  Am. Indian/Alaskan Native            44    0.66%        49    0.74%            61    0.95%       64    0.99%       56    0.77%     27.27%
  Non-Resident Alien                  173    2.58%       169    2.56%           132    2.05%      105    1.63%       98    1.35%    -43.35%
  Other/Unknown                       117    1.74%       120    1.81%            94    1.46%       89    1.38%      106    1.46%     -9.40%

Age
 16 and Under                          24    0.36%        40    0.60%            28    0.43%       23    0.36%       23    0.32%     -4.17%
 17                                   104    1.55%        91    1.38%           105    1.63%       78    1.21%       82    1.13%    -21.15%
 18                                   673   10.02%       691   10.45%           621    9.64%      641    9.94%      652    9.01%     -3.12%
 19-21                              2,361   35.15%     2,354   35.60%         2,280   35.38%    2,224   34.50%    2,384   32.94%      0.97%
 22-24                              1,283   19.10%     1,134   17.15%         1,162   18.03%    1,141   17.70%    1,277   17.64%     -0.47%
 25-30                              1,150   17.12%     1,141   17.26%         1,093   16.96%    1,137   17.64%    1,353   18.69%     17.65%
 31-35                                405    6.03%       437    6.61%           418    6.49%      444    6.89%      573    7.92%     41.48%
 36-50                                570    8.49%       600    9.07%           581    9.02%      588    9.12%      693    9.57%     21.58%
 51-64                                134    1.99%       111    1.68%           140    2.17%      156    2.42%      186    2.57%     38.81%
 65 and Over                           13    0.19%        13    0.20%            16    0.25%       14    0.22%       15    0.21%     15.38%
 Average Age                        24.90         .    24.90         .        25.13         .   25.27         .   25.70         .     3.21%




1
    Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) is based on 15 SCH.
2
    Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
3
    Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

NOTES: Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                               CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS

                                   Student Headcount by Zip Code
                                         Riverside Campus
                                             Fall 2009




Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                    Student Headcount
                                                   South Austin Campus1
                                                      Fall 2006 - 2009
                                                                                                                           06-09
                                                Fall 2006            Fall 2007         Fall 2008         Fall 2009         % chg
    Student Headcount                             2,252                2,578             3,041             3,861          71.45%

    Credit Hours                                 11,862               13,843            15,878            19,215          61.99%
    Average Credit Hours                          5.27                 5.37              5.22              4.98           -5.52%

    Contact Hours                               221,520              260,720           298,496           358,592          61.88%
    Average Contact Hours                        98.37               101.13             98.16             92.88           -5.58%
    Full-time Student
                                                   791                 923               1,059             1,281          61.99%
    Equivalent (FTSE)²

    Residency
     In-District                              1,861      82.64%    2,043   79.25%    2,441   80.27%    3,082   79.82%     65.61%
     Out-of-District                            343      15.23%      472   18.31%      540   17.76%      694   17.97%    102.33%
     Out-of-State/International                  41       1.82%       37    1.44%       29    0.95%       49    1.27%     19.51%
           3
     Other                                        7       0.31%       26    1.01%       31    1.02%       36    0.93%    414.29%

    Gender
     Male                                       940      41.74%    1,102   42.75%    1,292   42.49%    1,588   41.13%     68.94%
     Female                                   1,312      58.26%    1,476   57.25%    1,749   57.51%    2,273   58.87%     73.25%

    Student Status
      Part-time                               1,537      68.25%    1,719   66.68%    2,094   68.86%    2,678   69.36%     74.24%
               4
      Full-time                                 715      31.75%      859   33.32%      947   31.14%    1,183   30.64%     65.45%

    Ethnicity
      White                                   1,135      50.40%    1,380   53.53%    1,541   50.67%    1,894   49.05%     66.87%
      Black                                     158       7.02%      163    6.32%      214    7.04%      270    6.99%     70.89%
      Hispanic                                  796      35.35%      848   32.89%    1,088   35.78%    1,408   36.47%     76.88%
      Asian/Pacific Islander                     77       3.42%      101    3.92%      113    3.72%      152    3.94%     97.40%
      Am. Indian/Alaskan Native                  19       0.84%       18    0.70%       19    0.62%       29    0.75%     52.63%
      Non-Resident Alien                         32       1.42%       34    1.32%       34    1.12%       41    1.06%     28.13%
      Other/Unknown                              35       1.55%       34    1.32%       32    1.05%       67    1.74%     91.43%

    Age
     16 and Under                                23       1.02%       21    0.81%       25    0.82%       30    0.78%     30.43%
     17                                          72       3.20%       56    2.17%       74    2.43%       66    1.71%     -8.33%
     18                                        258       11.46%     323    12.53%     353    11.61%      404   10.46%     56.59%
     19-21                                     687       30.51%     924    35.84%     993    32.65%    1,108   28.70%     61.28%
     22-24                                     410       18.21%     414    16.06%     545    17.92%      643   16.65%     56.83%
     25-30                                     403       17.90%     417    16.18%     531    17.46%      805   20.85%     99.75%
     31-35                                     158        7.02%     158     6.13%     209     6.87%      301    7.80%     90.51%
     36-50                                     198        8.79%     214     8.30%     252     8.29%      398   10.31%    101.01%
     51-64                                       39       1.73%       46    1.78%       55    1.81%      101    2.62%    158.97%
     65 and Over                                  4       0.18%        4    0.16%        4    0.13%        5    0.13%     25.00%
     Unknown                                      0       0.00%        1    0.04%        0    0.00%        0    0.00%           .
     Average Age                              24.80            .   24.44         .   24.67         .   25.90         .     4.44%

1
    The South Austin Campus opened Fall 2006.
2
    Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) is based on 15 SCH.
3
    Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
4
    Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

NOTES: Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.
Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                   Student Headcount by Zip Code
                                                       South Austin Campus
                                                             Fall 2009




          78611         78605       78642                  78642
                                                                                    78628
                                                                                                        78626
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                                                                                 78717
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                                                           78746 78703 78722       78724
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                                                !
                                                5         ACC Campuses                           Fall 2009 Headcount
                                                                                                         none
                                                          Highways
                                                                                                         1 - 100
                                                          Lakes
                                                                                                         101 - 200
                                                          ACC Tax Jurisdiction                           201 - 300
                                                          Counties                                       301 - 400
                                                          Zip Code                                       401 - 600
                                                                                                         > 600




Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                        Student Headcount
                                                        Distance Learning1
                                                          Fall 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                                          05-09
                                       Fall 2005           Fall 2006           Fall 2007           Fall 2008           Fall 2009          % chg
    Student Headcount                    6,435               6,346              6,872               7,452                8,517           32.35%

    Credit Hours                         29,074             28,999              32,024              34,332              39,240           34.97%
    Average Credit Hours                  4.52               4.57                4.66                4.61                4.61             1.97%

    Contact Hours                       506,848             504,672            569,168             600,704             683,136           34.78%
    Average Contact Hours                78.76               79.53              82.82               80.61               80.21             1.83%
    Full-time Student Equivalent
                                         1,938               1,933              2,135               2,289                2,616           34.97%
    (FTSE)2

    Residency
     In-District                     4,705 73.12%        4,526 71.32%       4,811 70.01%         5,754 77.21%        6,689 78.54%        42.17%
     Out-of-District                 1,539 23.92%        1,628 25.65%       1,900 27.65%         1,516 20.34%        1,639 19.24%         6.50%
     Out-of-State/International        106 1.65%           108 1.70%           94 1.37%             99 1.33%            99 1.16%         -6.60%
           3
     Other                              85 1.32%            84 1.32%           67 0.97%             83 1.11%            90 1.06%          5.88%

    Gender
     Male                            2,192 34.06%       2,159 34.02%        2,301 33.48%         2,516 33.76%        2,998 35.20%        36.77%
     Female                          4,243 65.94%       4,187 65.98%        4,571 66.52%         4,936 66.24%        5,519 64.80%        30.07%

    Student Status
      Part-time                      4,517 70.19%        4,461 70.30%       4,875 70.94%         5,364 71.98%        6,009 70.55%        33.03%
                4
      Full-time                      1,918 29.81%        1,885 29.70%       1,997 29.06%         2,088 28.02%        2,508 29.45%        30.76%

    Ethnicity
      White                          4,120 64.02%       4,042 63.69%        4,391 63.90%         4,693 62.98%        5,314 62.39%        28.98%
      Black                            505 7.85%          507 7.99%           561 8.16%            624 8.37%           761 8.94%         50.69%
      Hispanic                       1,228 19.08%       1,227 19.34%        1,309 19.05%         1,497 20.09%        1,700 19.96%        38.44%
      Asian/Pacific Islander           331 5.14%          297 4.68%           359 5.22%            398 5.34%           470 5.52%         41.99%
      Am. Indian/Alaskan Native         48 0.75%           56 0.88%            65 0.95%             54 0.72%            77 0.90%         60.42%
      Non-Resident Alien               122 1.90%           142    2.24%        105   1.53%         110 1.48%            93 1.09%        -23.77%
      Other/Unknown                     81 1.26%            75    1.18%         82   1.19%          76 1.02%           102 1.20%         25.93%

    Age
     16 and Under                       87    1.35%        75   1.18%          96  1.40%           101    1.36%        107    1.26%      22.99%
     17                                152    2.36%       145   2.28%         178  2.59%           187    2.51%        213    2.50%      40.13%
     18                                199    3.09%       168   2.65%         226  3.29%           267    3.58%        287    3.37%      44.22%
     19-21                           1,583   24.60%     1,522  23.98%       1,625 23.65%         1,784   23.94%      1,778   20.88%      12.32%
     22-24                           1,238   19.24%     1,184  18.66%       1,257 18.29%         1,322   17.74%      1,541   18.09%      24.47%
     25-30                           1,445   22.46%     1,500  23.64%       1,596 23.22%         1,743   23.39%      2,064   24.23%      42.84%
     31-35                             733   11.39%       719  11.33%         772 11.23%           824   11.06%        983   11.54%      34.11%
     36-50                             872   13.55%       880  13.87%         987 14.36%         1,045   14.02%      1,305   15.32%      49.66%
     51-64                             120    1.86%       145   2.28%         130  1.89%           176    2.36%        232    2.72%      93.33%
     65 and Over                         6    0.09%         8   0.13%           4  0.06%             3    0.04%          7    0.08%      16.67%
     Unknown                             0    0.00%         0   0.00%           1  0.01%             0    0.00%          0    0.00%            .
     Average Age                     27.10         .     27.30       .      27.19       .        27.25         .     27.80         .      2.58%




1
  Distance Learning includes courses offered in the following formats: Instructional Television, Personal Computer with Modem, Print-Based
  using a textbook, and Directed Learning. Prior to Fall 2006, Distance Learning also included courses offered in Interactive Video Class format.
2
  Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) is based on 15 SCH.
3
  Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
4
  Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

NOTE: Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

                                                                          78
                                                                                                                       CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS

                                                       Student Headcount by Zip Code
                                                             Distance Learning1
                                                                  Fall 2009




              78611         78605       78642                 78642
                                                                                     78628
                                                                                                           78626
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                                                        Highways                                     Fall 2009 Headcount
                                                        Lakes                                                none
                                                                                                             1 - 100
                                                        ACC Tax Jurisdiction
                                                                                                             101 - 200
                                                        Counties
                                                                                                             201 - 300
                                                         Zip Code                                            301 - 400
                                                                                                             > 400




1
    Distance Learning includes courses offered in the following formats: Instructional Television, Personal Computer with Modem, Print-Based
    using a textbook, and Directed Learning.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data
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                                                       Student Headcount
                                                      Site-Based1 Summary
                                                         Fall 2005 - 2009

                                                                                                                                       05-09
                                        Fall 2005          Fall 2006            Fall 2007       Fall 2008         Fall 2009            % chg
    Student Headcount                     1,148             1,265                1,440           1,746              1,990             73.34%

    Credit Hours                          4,189             4,554                5,447           7,189              8,605           105.42%
    Average Credit Hours                   3.65              3.60                 3.78            4.12               4.32            18.50%

    Contact Hours                        83,440             91,584              110,736         159,216            192,880          131.16%
    Average Contact Hours                 72.68              72.40               76.90           91.19              96.92            33.35%

    Full-time Student Equivalent
                                           279                 304                363             479                574            105.42%
    (FTSE)2

    Residency
     In-District                       623 54.27%        722 57.08%            788 54.72%   1,077 61.68%       1,276 64.12%         104.82%
     Out-of-District                   499 43.47%        516 40.79%            634 44.03%     650 37.23%         680 34.17%          36.27%
     Out-of-State/International         15 1.31%          17 1.34%              10 0.69%        8 0.46%           21 1.06%           40.00%
     Other3                             11 0.96%          10 0.79%               8 0.56%       11 0.63%           13 0.65%           18.18%

    Gender
     Male                              499 43.47%        537 42.45%            644 44.72%     718 41.12%         846 42.51%           69.54%
     Female                            649 56.53%        728 57.55%            796 55.28%   1,028 58.88%       1,144 57.49%           76.27%

    Student Status
      Part-time                        985 85.80%      1,085 85.77%       1,283 89.10%      1,568 89.81%       1,761 88.49%           78.78%
      Full-time4                       163 14.20%        180 14.23%         157 10.90%        178 10.19%         229 11.51%           40.49%

    Ethnicity
      White                            772 67.25%        857 67.75%            974 67.64%   1,060 60.71%       1,202 60.40%          55.70%
      Black                             85 7.40%          85 6.72%              81 5.63%      119 6.82%          123 6.18%           44.71%
      Hispanic                         210 18.29%        240 18.97%            268 18.61%     422 24.17%         493 24.77%         134.76%
      Asian/Pacific Islander            45 3.92%          45 3.56%              60 4.17%       82 4.70%          105 5.28%          133.33%
      Am. Indian/Alaskan Native          8 0.70%          12 0.95%              13 0.90%       20 1.15%           16 0.80%          100.00%
      Non-Resident Alien                 9 0.78%          17 1.34%              17 1.18%       20 1.15%           20 1.01%          122.22%
      Other/Unknown                     19 1.66%           9 0.71%              27 1.88%       23 1.32%           31 1.56%           63.16%

    Age
     16 and Under                      206 17.94%        264    20.87%      320 22.22%        444 25.43%        517 25.98%          150.97%
     17                                370 32.23%        390    30.83%      522 36.25%        573 32.82%        652 32.76%           76.22%
     18                                 60 5.23%          61     4.82%       81 5.63%         101 5.78%          103 5.18%           71.67%
     19-21                             130 11.32%        131    10.36%      129 8.96%         123 7.04%          177 8.89%           36.15%
     22-24                              87 7.58%         107     8.46%      102 7.08%         115 6.59%         131 6.58%            50.57%
     25-30                             109 9.49%         139    10.99%      125 8.68%         171 9.79%         176 8.84%            61.47%
     31-35                              57 4.97%          52     4.11%       51 3.54%          76 4.35%           99 4.97%           73.68%
     36-50                             107 9.32%          97     7.67%       82 5.69%         121 6.93%         104 5.23%            -2.80%
     51-64                              17 1.48%          20     1.58%       22 1.53%          19 1.09%           27 1.36%           58.82%
     65 and Over                         5 0.44%           4     0.32%        5 0.35%           3 0.17%            3 0.15%          -40.00%
     Unknown                             0 0.00%           0     0.00%        1 0.07%           0 0.00%            1 0.05%                 .
     Average Age                     22.50       .     22.10          .   21.12       .     21.31       .      21.00      .          -6.67%


1
    Site-based instruction includes various credit and non-credit classes and training offered or provided to businesses, government entities,
    high schools, correctional institutions, and community groups.
2
    Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) is based on 15 SCH.
3
    Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
4
    Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                     Student Headcount
                                                     Centers1 Summary
                                                       Fall 2005 - 2009

                                                                                                                                    05-09
                                      Fall 2005          Fall 2006          Fall 2007          Fall 2008          Fall 2009         % chg
Student Headcount2                     1,914               2,039              2,345              3,035             3,984          108.15%

Credit Hours                           9,567              10,558             11,758             15,557             20,321         112.41%
Average Credit Hours                    5.00               5.18               5.01               5.13               5.10            2.05%

Contact Hours                         163,160            179,952             199,632           263,728            344,584         111.19%
Average Contact Hours                  85.25              88.26               85.13             86.90              86.49            1.46%
Full-time Student Equivalent
                                        638                  704               784               1,037             1,355          112.41%
(FTSE)3

Residency
 In-District                         446 23.30%        392    19.23%       518 22.09%       1,163 38.32%      1,835 46.06%        311.43%
 Out-of-District                   1,443 75.39%      1,624    79.65%     1,796 76.59%       1,826 60.16%      2,098 52.66%         45.39%
 Out-of-State/International           23 1.20%          22     1.08%        27 1.15%           38 1.25%          40 1.00%          73.91%
 Other4                                2 0.10%           1     0.05%         4 0.17%            8 0.26%          11 0.28%         450.00%

Gender
 Male                                782 40.86%        839    41.15%       940 40.09%       1,247 41.09%      1,630 40.91%        108.44%
 Female                            1,132 59.14%      1,200    58.85%     1,405 59.91%       1,788 58.91%      2,354 59.09%        107.95%

Student Status
  Part-time                        1,458 76.18%      1,500    73.57%     1,744 74.37%       2,293 75.55%      2,860 71.79%         96.16%
  Full-time5                         456 23.82%        539    26.43%       601 25.63%         742 24.45%      1,124 28.21%        146.49%

Ethnicity
  White                            1,270 66.35%      1,350    66.21%     1,557 66.40%       1,939 63.89%      2,424 60.84%         90.87%
  Black                               80 4.18%         106     5.20%       127 5.42%          197 6.49%         274 6.88%         242.50%
  Hispanic                           466 24.35%        494    24.23%       546 23.28%         742 24.45%      1,009 25.33%        116.52%
  Asian/Pacific Islander              33 1.72%          35     1.72%        54 2.30%           86 2.83%         135 3.39%         309.09%
  Am. Indian/Alaskan Native           17 0.89%          26     1.28%        25 1.07%           33 1.09%          38 0.95%         123.53%
  Non-Resident Alien                  11 0.57%           6     0.29%        10 0.43%           13 0.43%          23 0.58%         109.09%
  Other/Unknown                       37 1.93%          22     1.08%        26 1.11%           25 0.82%          81 2.03%         118.92%

Age
 16 and Under                        166    8.67%     228     11.18%      239    10.19%      332    10.94%      397    9.96%      139.16%
 17                                  339   17.71%      323    15.84%      403    17.19%      482    15.88%      523   13.13%       54.28%
 18                                  238   12.43%      289    14.17%      338    14.41%      388    12.78%      515   12.93%      116.39%
 19-21                               479   25.03%      532    26.09%       574   24.48%      787    25.93%    1,001   25.13%      108.98%
 22-24                               206   10.76%      211    10.35%      254    10.83%      278     9.16%      429   10.77%      108.25%
 25-30                               213   11.13%      187     9.17%      212     9.04%      327    10.77%      461   11.57%      116.43%
 31-35                                95    4.96%       97     4.76%        97    4.14%       159    5.24%      248    6.22%      161.05%
 36-50                               153    7.99%      151     7.41%       200    8.53%      243     8.01%      346    8.68%      126.14%
 51-64                                21    1.10%       21     1.03%        27    1.15%        39    1.29%       60    1.51%      185.71%
 65 and Over                           4    0.21%        0     0.00%         1    0.04%         0    0.00%        4    0.10%        0.00%
 Average Age                       22.80         .   22.20          .    22.45         .    22.64         .   23.30         .       2.19%



1
  Centers include non-campus locations that are staffed, have regular posted hours, and offer credit courses every semester.
2
  Students that attend more than one center are counted only once in the Center Summary; therefore, this total is unduplicated and will not
  match the sum of all of the centers.
3
  Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) is based on 15 SCH.
4
  Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
5
  Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                      Student Headcount
                                                     Centers1 by Location
                                                          Fall 2009

                                          Bastrop         Fredericksburg         Georgetown              Hays                Leander

Student Headcount                           146                  308                   329                227                    226

Credit Hours                                687                 1,765                1,420                894                    766
Average Credit Hours                        4.71                 5.73                 4.32                3.94                   3.39

Contact Hours                             10,992               33,664               22,720               14,608              12,256
Average Contact Hours                      75.29               109.30               69.06                 64.35              54.23

Full-time Student Equivalent
                                             46                 118                    95                  60                    51
(FTSE)²

Residency
 In-District                               8 5.48%             26 8.44%           78 23.71%             54 23.79%          206        91.15%
 Out-of-District                         137 93.84%           279 90.58%         246 74.77%            173 76.21%           17         7.52%
 Out-of-State/International                1 0.68%              2 0.65%            4 1.22%               0 0.00%             3         1.33%
 Other3                                    0 0.00%              1 0.32%            1 0.30%               0 0.00%             0         0.00%

Gender
 Male                                     56 38.36%           105 34.09%         117 35.56%             93 40.97%           81        35.84%
 Female                                   90 61.64%           203 65.91%         212 64.44%            134 59.03%          145        64.16%

Student Status
  Part-time                              137 93.84%           251 81.49%         273 82.98%            172 75.77%          160        70.80%
  Full-time4                               9 6.16%             57 18.51%          56 17.02%             55 24.23%           66        29.20%

Ethnicity
  White                                   98 67.12%           218 70.78%         252 76.60%            135 59.47%          161        71.24%
  Black                                    9 6.16%              4 1.30%            9 2.74%               8 3.52%            10         4.42%
  Hispanic                                31 21.23%            67 21.75%          54 16.41%             76 33.48%           41        18.14%
  Asian/Pacific Islander                   4 2.74%              5 1.62%            6 1.82%               1 0.44%             3         1.33%
  Am. Indian/Alaskan Native                3 2.05%              7 2.27%            2 0.61%               1 0.44%             1         0.44%
  Non-Resident Alien                       0 0.00%              0 0.00%            3 0.91%               0 0.00%             3         1.33%
  Other/Unknown                            1 0.68%              7 2.27%            3 0.91%               6 2.64%             7         3.10%

Age
 16 and Under                             59 40.41%            40   12.99%        95   28.88%           45   19.82%         14         6.19%
 17                                       39 26.71%            36   11.69%        89   27.05%           43   18.94%         64        28.32%
 18                                       12 8.22%             23    7.47%        36   10.94%           36   15.86%         37        16.37%
 19-21                                    14 9.59%             57   18.51%        40   12.16%           41   18.06%         37        16.37%
 22-24                                     4 2.74%             40   12.99%         9    2.74%           14    6.17%         12         5.31%
 25-30                                     7 4.79%             39   12.66%        19    5.78%           22    9.69%         17         7.52%
 31-35                                     3 2.05%             22    7.14%        18    5.47%            8    3.52%         20         8.85%
 36-50                                     5 3.42%             38   12.34%        22    6.69%           14    6.17%         22         9.73%
 51-64                                     3 2.05%             12    3.90%         1    0.30%            4    1.76%          3         1.33%
 65 and Over                               0 0.00%              1    0.32%         0    0.00%            0    0.00%          0         0.00%
 Average Age                           19.60       .        25.37         .    20.57         .       21.46         .     22.80              .

1
    Centers include non-campus locations that are staffed, have regular posted hours, and offer credit courses every semester.
2
    Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) is based on 15 SCH.
3
    Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
4
    Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

Note: Students are counted once for each location they attend. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                 Student Headcount
                                           Centers1 by Location (continued)
                                                       Fall 2009
                                                                                     Round Rock
                                                                                                       San Marcos          San Marcos
                                           Lockhart            Pflugerville        Higher Education
                                                                                                         Center            Goodnight
                                                                                        Center

    Student Headcount                          166                  54                  1,970              463                   338

    Credit Hours                               795                  177                 9,976             1,997                  1,844
    Average Credit Hours                       4.79                 3.28                 5.06              4.31                  5.46

    Contact Hours                           12,720               2,832                168,840             33,712             32,240
    Average Contact Hours                    76.63               52.44                 85.71               72.81              95.38

    Full-time Student Equivalent
                                               53                   12                  665                133                   123
    (FTSE)²
    Residency
     In-District                           1       0.60%        4         7.41%     1,427 72.44%         49 10.58%          50 14.79%
     Out-of-District                     165      99.40%       49        90.74%       508 25.79%        410 88.55%         286 84.62%
     Out-of-State/International            0       0.00%        1         1.85%        25 1.27%           4 0.86%            2 0.59%
           3
     Other                                 0       0.00%        0         0.00%        10 0.51%           0 0.00%            0 0.00%

    Gender
     Male                                 72      43.37%       18        33.33%       775 39.34%        237 51.19%         188 55.62%
     Female                               94      56.63%       36        66.67%      1195 60.66%        226 48.81%         150 44.38%

    Student Status
      Part-time                          166    100.00%        53        98.15%      1223 62.08%        345 74.51%         195 57.69%
               4
      Full-time                            0      0.00%         1         1.85%       747 37.92%        118 25.49%         143 42.31%

    Ethnicity
      White                              104      62.65%       34        62.96%      1113 56.50%        263 56.80%         204 60.36%
      Black                                4       2.41%       10        18.52%       205 10.41%         13 2.81%           13 3.85%
      Hispanic                            39      23.49%        7        12.96%       493 25.03%        163 35.21%         105 31.07%
      Asian/Pacific Islander               4       2.41%        3         5.56%       103 5.23%           4 0.86%            4 1.18%
      Am. Indian/Alaskan Native            0       0.00%        0         0.00%        18 0.91%           3 0.65%            4 1.18%
      Non-Resident Alien                   2       1.20%        0         0.00%        15 0.76%           0 0.00%            1 0.30%
      Other/Unknown                       13       7.83%        0         0.00%        23 1.17%          17 3.67%            7 2.07%

    Age
     16 and Under                         78      46.99%       12        22.22%        23    1.17%       27    5.83%         5 1.48%
     17                                   84      50.60%       40        74.07%        62    3.15%       65   14.04%        12 3.55%
     18                                    4       2.41%        2         3.70%      294    14.92%       50   10.80%        73 21.60%
     19-21                                 0       0.00%        0         0.00%       604   30.66%      164   35.42%      159 47.04%
     22-24                                 0       0.00%        0         0.00%      271    13.76%       61   13.17%        43 12.72%
     25-30                                 0       0.00%        0         0.00%      299    15.18%       50   10.80%        27 7.99%
     31-35                                 0       0.00%        0         0.00%      161     8.17%       19    4.10%         7 2.07%
     36-50                                 0       0.00%        0         0.00%      221    11.22%       21    4.54%        11 3.25%
     51-64                                 0       0.00%        0         0.00%        32    1.62%        6    1.30%         1 0.30%
     65 and Over                           0       0.00%        0         0.00%         3    0.15%        0    0.00%         0 0.00%
     Average Age                       16.55            .   16.76              .    25.06         .   22.28         .    21.28       .

1
    Centers include non-campus locations that are staffed, have regular posted hours, and offer credit courses every semester.
2
    Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) is based on 15 SCH.
3
    Other includes students with tuition exemptions and waivers.
4
    Full-time - 12 credit hours or more.

Note: Students are counted once for each location they attend. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                            Enrollment by Area

This section can be used for finding:

     • course enrollment, semester credit hours, and contact hours by area.
     • student headcount, enrollment, contact hours, and semester credit hours by dean area
       and location.




                                                             Contents

Useful Terms ..........................................................................................................................86
Student Headcount, Course Enrollment, Contact and Semester Credit Hours by Location..87
Course Enrollment .................................................................................................................88
  Academic Areas ..................................................................................................................88
  Workforce Areas .................................................................................................................90
Semester Credit Hours ..........................................................................................................92
  Academic Areas ..................................................................................................................92
  Workforce Areas .................................................................................................................94
Contact Hours........................................................................................................................96
  Academic Areas ..................................................................................................................96
  Workforce Areas .................................................................................................................98
Distance Learning Course Enrollment and Contact Hours ..................................................100
Annual Contact Hours by Dean Area...................................................................................101
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                                        Useful Terms


  12th Class Day Data - data for Fall and Spring classes, as of the 12th day of class of the 16-
  week session. (Official Reporting Date for the Fall and Spring Semesters)

  Contact Hour - an instructional unit of time in which a student has contact with an instructor;
  includes both lecture and laboratory time.

  Enrollment - the number of courses for which students have registered.

  Headcount - the number of students enrolled in one or more courses. This number may be
  duplicated or unduplicated.

  Reporting Dates – Fall/Spring: 12th Class Day
                    Summer: 4th Class Day of the 2nd 5½ week session

  Semester Credit Hours (SCH) – transcript value of a course based on the number of hours it
  meets per week. For example, PSYC-2301 meets for three hours a week and is worth three
  semester credit hours.




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              Student Headcount, Course Enrollment, Contact Hours, and
                         Semester Credit Hours by Location
                                     Fall 2009

                                                                              Course                Contact             Semester
Location                                               Headcount1           Enrollment2             Hours3             Credit Hours
Cypress Creek Campus                                        5,388               10,775               601,096                 32,043
Eastview Campus                                             4,048                 7,640              524,050                 21,826
Northridge Campus                                          10,102               20,686            1,218,160                  62,001
Pinnacle Campus                                             3,612                 7,274              394,512                 21,992
Rio Grande Campus                                           8,239               16,557               943,288                 50,539
Riverside Campus                                            7,238               14,369               847,416                 43,626
South Austin                                                3,861                 6,386              358,592                 19,215
                             4
Distance Learning                                           8,517               13,226               683,136                 39,240
              5
Centers                                                     3,984                 6,737              344,584                 20,321
Site-Based Instruction6                                     1,990                 2,979              192,880                   8,605




1
    Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location.
2
    Students who enroll in multiple courses are counted once for each course.
3
    An instructional unit of time in which a student has contact with an instructor (includes both lecture and laboratory time).
4
    Courses delivered to individuals and groups by synchronous or asynchronous methods. Delivery methods include: instructional
    television using recorded video programs shown on cable TV and on cassette, web-based courses, print-based courses using a
    textbook, directed studies, and live televised classes (LTV) to individual students via the Internet or cable television.
5
    Locations, other than campuses, that are staffed, have regular posted hours, and offer credit courses on a regular basis (every semester).
6
    Various credit and non-credit classes and training offered for businesses, government entities, high schools, correctional institutions, and
    community groups.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                     Course Enrollment
                                                      Academic Areas
                                                      Fall 2005 - 2009

                                                                                                                                 05-09
Arts & Humanities                                        Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                       % chg
Arabic1                                                              .           26         25            38           45                 .
Art                                                           1,544            1,540    1,514         1,655        1,897       22.86%
             1
Chinese                                                              .           23         34            33           36                 .
Creative Writing                                                 169            173       160           158           206      21.89%
Dance                                                            145            158       139           145           161      11.03%
Drama                                                            295            348       363           423           500      69.49%
English for Speakers of Other Languages                          564            630       647           696           940      66.67%
French                                                           273            278       285           311           349      27.84%
German                                                           134            112       103           108           110     -17.91%
Humanities                                                       163            219       268           330           427     161.96%
Japanese                                                         165            164       176           185           210      27.27%
Latin                                                             44             56         75            59           85      93.18%
Philosophy                                                    1,756            1,941    1,964         2,062        2,162       23.12%
Religion                                                         116             89         53            70          160      37.93%
Russian                                                           21             34         52            45           55     161.90%
Spanish                                                       2,392            2,398    2,390         2,349        2,505         4.72%
TOTAL                                                         7,781            8,189    8,248         8,667        9,848       26.56%


                                                                                                                                 05-09
Communications                                           Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                       % chg
English                                                       8,666            9,226    9,521         9,965       10,967       26.55%
Journalism                                                       201            227       213           219           243      20.90%
Reading Skills - Developmental                                1,104            1,127    1,094         1,159        1,267       14.76%
Speech                                                        2,450            2,657    2,774         2,995        3,371       37.59%
Study Skills                                                      87             76         54            71           72     -17.24%
Writing Skills - Developmental                                   694            675       667           704           811      16.86%
TOTAL                                                        13,202           13,988   14,323        15,113       16,731       26.73%




1
    Arabic and Chinese courses were offered for the first time in Fall 2006.

NOTE: Disciplines are listed under the current (2009-10) dean area; they may have been included in another dean area in previous years.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                  Course Enrollment
                                                   Academic Areas
                                                   Fall 2005 - 2009

                                                                                                                              05-09
Math & Sciences                                   Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                           % chg
Astronomy                                                343           288            205           233            305     -11.08%
Biology                                                3,641          3,994        4,455          5,002         6,029       65.59%
Biotechnology                                              51            46            32             46            37     -27.45%
Chemistry                                              1,512          1,587        1,612          2,741         3,175      109.99%
Engineering                                              109           102            117           105            108       -0.92%
Environmental Science & Technology                       132           175            207           249            266    101.52%
Geology                                                  587           594            587           606            680      15.84%
Mathematics                                            5,740          5,989        5,980          6,275         7,038       22.61%
Mathematics - Developmental                            6,884          6,849        6,775          7,391         8,162       18.56%
Physics                                                  761           798            849           806            919      20.76%
TOTAL                                                19,760          20,422       20,819        23,454         26,719       35.22%


                                                                                                                              05-09
Social & Behavioral Sciences                      Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                           % chg
Anthropology                                             573           603            660           635            956      66.84%
Economics                                              1,835          1,950        2,038          2,254         2,608       42.13%
Education Instruction                                      71          158            170           208            243    242.25%
Geography                                                499           523            611           649            803      60.92%
Government                                             6,089          5,498        5,567          6,416         7,399       21.51%
History                                                6,609          6,873        6,912          7,403         8,094       22.47%
Human Development                                        882          1,093        1,255          1,243         1,407       59.52%
Military Science                                           10            18            17              9            27     170.00%
Psychology                                             3,635          3,950        3,863          4,162         4,733       30.21%
Sociology                                              1,456          1,514        1,527          1,657         1,949       33.86%
TOTAL                                                21,659          22,180       22,620        24,636         28,219       30.29%


SUBTOTAL FOR ACADEMIC                                62,402          64,779       66,010        71,870         81,517       30.63%

SUBTOTAL FOR WORKFORCE                               20,229          20,799       21,274        21,915         25,112       24.14%

GRAND TOTAL                                          82,631          85,578       87,284        93,785       106,629        29.04%




NOTE: Disciplines are listed under the current (2009-10) dean area; they may have been included in another dean area in previous years.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                     Course Enrollment
                                                      Workforce Areas
                                                      Fall 2005 - 2009
    Applied Technologies, Multimedia,                                                                                           05-09
     & Public Services                                        Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                 % chg
    Auto Body Collision and Refinishing1                                  .            .           .          .          93                .
    Automotive Technology                                            376          392          422        494          553     47.07%
    Building Construction Technology                                 339          365          371        363          384     13.27%
    Child Development                                                461          443          441        459          395 -14.32%
    Commercial Music Management                                      478          488          493        504          526     10.04%
    Criminal Justice                                                 689          698          717        699          892     29.46%
    Fire Protection Technology                                       284          296          280        245          330     16.20%
    Heating, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration Tech.                 188          200          203        202          263     39.89%
    Human Services                                                   646          570          652        695          766     18.58%
    Jewelry                                                          131          124          125        130          113 -13.74%
    Legal Assistant                                                  361          294          301        291          308 -14.68%
    Music                                                            584          631          673        750          824     41.10%
    Photographic Technology                                          431          441          449        453          524     21.58%
    Radio-TV-Film                                                    241          259          241        266          370     53.53%
    Welding Technology                                               337          324          324        313          354      5.04%
    TOTAL                                                          5,546        5,525         5,692    5,864        6,695      20.72%


                                                                                                                                05-09
    Business Studies                                          Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                 % chg
    Accounting                                                     1,231        1,200         1,343    1,425        1,612      30.95%
    Culinary Arts                                                    260          243          225        209          259     -0.38%
    Financial Management                                             175          188          183        114          147 -16.00%
    Hospitality Management                                           105          120          173        179          206     96.19%
    International Business                                             86           85          82         92           93      8.14%
    Management                                                     1,415        1,317         1,390    1,296        1,493       5.51%
    Marketing                                                        498          459          476        452          426 -14.46%
    Meeting & Events Planning                                          41           56          47         36           41      0.00%
    Office Administration                                             331          330          353        385          517     56.19%
    Real Estate                                                      410          555          461        369          285 -30.49%
    Technical Communications                                         140          132          149        152          192     37.14%
    Travel and Tourism                                                 15           26          16         25           31 106.67%
    TOTAL                                                          4,707        4,711         4,898    4,734        5,302      12.64%


1
    Auto Body Collision and Refinishing courses were offered for the first time in Fall 2009.

NOTE: Disciplines are listed under the current (2009-10) dean area; they may have been included in another dean area in previous years.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                                                                 ENROLLMENT BY AREA


                                                  Course Enrollment
                                                   Workforce Areas
                                                   Fall 2005 - 2009

Computer Studies & Advanced                                                                                                    05-09
 Technology                                            Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                       % chg
Architectural and Engineering CAD                              392          464           488           498          541     38.01%
Computer Information Technology                             1,050         1,121         1,095        1,156         1,406      33.90%
Computer Science                                            1,580         1,520         1,537        1,453         1,647       4.24%
Electronics                                                    201          288           265           297          371      84.58%
Land Surveying Technology                                       40            53           45            31            40      0.00%
Visual Communication Design                                    959          992         1,044        1,226         1,383      44.21%
TOTAL                                                       4,222         4,438         4,474        4,661         5,388      27.62%


                                                                                                                               05-09
Health Sciences                                        Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                       % chg
Allied Health Sciences                                         814          810           816           927        1,025      25.92%
Dental Hygiene                                                 150          154           152           156          143      -4.67%
Emergency Medical Services Professions                         261          297           258           292          325     24.52%
Health & Kinesiology                                        1,947         2,065         2,064        2,122         2,493      28.04%
Medical Coding                                                  97            92           64            63           119     22.68%
Medical Lab Technology                                         101            70           94            89           115     13.86%
Nursing - Professional                                      1,218         1,360         1,668        1,840         2,070      69.95%
Nursing - Vocational                                           335          403           347           339          423      26.27%
Occupational Therapy Assistant                                  51            60           39            80           114 123.53%
Personal Fitness Trainer                                        31            44           37            33            39     25.81%
Pharmacy Technology                                             81           111           85           110          145      79.01%
Physical Therapist Assistant                                    68            75           84            82          131      92.65%
Radiology                                                      271          274           253           254          302      11.44%
Sonography                                                     230          214           169           185          195 -15.22%
Surgical Technology                                             99            96           80            84            88 -11.11%
TOTAL                                                       5,754         6,125         6,210        6,656         7,727      34.29%


SUBTOTAL FOR WORKFORCE                                     20,229       20,799        21,274        21,915        25,112      24.14%

SUBTOTAL FOR ACADEMIC                                      62,402       64,779        66,010        71,870        81,517      30.63%

GRAND TOTAL                                                82,631       85,578        87,284        93,785      106,629       29.04%




NOTE: Disciplines are listed under the current (2009-10) dean area; they may have been included in another dean area in previous years.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                 Semester Credit Hours
                                                   Academic Areas
                                                    Fall 2005 - 2009

                                                                                                                                05-09
Arts & Humanities                                        Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                      % chg
Arabic1                                                             .           130        125          162          185                  .
Art                                                           4,632            4,620    4,542         4,965        5,691       22.86%
            1
Chinese                                                             .           115        148          141          154                  .
Creative Writing                                                 507            519        480          474          618       21.89%
Dance                                                            251            273        246          255          271        7.97%
Drama                                                            863           1,028    1,073         1,259        1,480       71.49%
English for Speakers of Other Languages                       1,692            1,890    1,941         2,088        2,820       66.67%
French                                                        1,275            1,308    1,337         1,457        1,593       24.94%
German                                                           638            560        497          524          522      -18.18%
Humanities                                                       489            657        804          990        1,281     161.96%
Japanese                                                         739            734        806          831          962       30.18%
Latin                                                            220            258        355          295          397       80.45%
Philosophy                                                    5,268            5,823    5,892         6,186        6,486       23.12%
Religion                                                         348            267        159          210          480       37.93%
Russian                                                          105            170        236          209          257     144.76%
Spanish                                                      11,022           11,076   11,056       10,937        11,633        5.54%
TOTAL                                                        28,049           29,428   29,697       30,983       34,830        24.18%


                                                                                                                                05-09
Communications                                           Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                      % chg
English                                                      25,998           27,678   28,563       29,895       32,901        26.55%
Journalism                                                       591            681        639          657          729       23.35%
Reading Skills - Developmental                                3,312            3,381    3,282         3,477        3,801       14.76%
Speech                                                        7,350            7,971    8,322         8,985       10,113       37.59%
Study Skills                                                     189            156        139          197          203        7.41%
Writing Skills - Developmental                                2,082            2,025    1,903         2,054        2,373       13.98%
TOTAL                                                        39,522           41,892   42,848       45,265       50,120        26.82%




1
    Arabic and Chinese courses were offered for the first time in Fall 2006.

NOTE: Disciplines are listed under the current (2009-10) dean area; they may have been included in another dean area in previous years.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

                                                                        92
                                                                                                 ENROLLMENT BY AREA


                                               Semester Credit Hours
                                                 Academic Areas
                                                  Fall 2005 - 2009

                                                                                                                                05-09
Math & Sciences                                     Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                           % chg
Astronomy                                                1,046            887           639            716           961       -8.13%
Biology                                                 11,339        12,670        13,843         15,451        18,316        61.53%
Biotechnology                                               161           146             96           129           104      -35.40%
Chemistry                                                6,048          6,348         6,448         5,497          6,351        5.01%
Engineering                                                 270           248           291            265           271        0.37%
Environmental Science & Technology                          398           526           628            753           814     104.52%
Geology                                                  2,050          2,083         2,050         2,105          2,380       16.10%
Mathematics                                             18,572        19,388        19,425         20,374        22,840        22.98%
Mathematics - Developmental                             20,621        20,496        20,280         21,706        23,818        15.50%
Physics                                                  3,026          3,174         3,385         3,209          3,655       20.79%
TOTAL                                                   63,531        65,966        67,085         70,205        79,510        25.15%


                                                                                                                                05-09
Social & Behavioral Sciences                        Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                           % chg
Anthropology                                             1,719          1,809         1,980         1,905          2,868       66.84%
Economics                                                5,505          5,850         6,114         6,762          7,824       42.13%
Education Instruction                                       213           474           510            624           729     242.25%
Geography                                                1,530          1,598         1,874         2,019          2,469       61.37%
Government                                              18,267        16,494        16,701         19,248        22,197        21.51%
History                                                 19,827        20,619        20,736         22,209        24,282        22.47%
Human Development                                        1,364          1,635         1,903         1,919          2,243       64.44%
Military Science                                             15             31            34            18             54    260.00%
Psychology                                              10,905        11,850         11,589        12,486        14,199        30.21%
Sociology                                                4,368          4,542         4,581         4,971          5,847       33.86%
TOTAL                                                   63,713        64,902        66,022         72,161        82,712        29.82%


SUBTOTAL FOR ACADEMIC                                 194,815        202,188       205,652       218,614        247,172        26.88%

SUBTOTAL FOR WORKFORCE                                  58,754        60,167        61,632         63,235        72,236        22.95%

GRAND TOTAL                                           253,569        262,355       267,284       281,849        319,408        25.96%




NOTE: Disciplines are listed under the current (2009-10) dean area; they may have been included in another dean area in previous years.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                 Semester Credit Hours
                                                   Workforce Areas
                                                    Fall 2005 - 2009

    Applied Technologies, Multimedia,                                                                                           05-09
     & Public Services                                        Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                 % chg
    Auto Body Collision and Refinishing1                                  .            .            .         .        318                 .
    Automotive Technology                                          1,504        1,568          1,677    1,957       2,212      47.07%
    Building Construction Technology                               1,217        1,320          1,374    1,339       1,414      16.19%
    Child Development                                              1,518        1,427          1,452    1,495       1,303 -14.16%
    Commercial Music Management                                    1,399        1,431          1,457    1,504       1,546      10.51%
    Criminal Justice                                               2,105        2,142          2,155    2,120       2,735      29.93%
    Fire Protection Technology                                       962        1,025           983      855        1,155      20.06%
    Heating, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration Tech.                 742          784           804      788        1,028      38.54%
    Human Services                                                 2,248        2,023          2,274    2,349       2,566      14.15%
    Jewelry                                                          524          496           500      520          452 -13.74%
    Legal Assistant                                                1,083          882           903      873          924 -14.68%
    Music                                                          1,255        1,346          1,475    1,640       1,813      44.46%
    Photographic Technology                                        1,473        1,517          1,410    1,410       1,642      11.47%
    Radio-TV-Film                                                    723          777           723      798        1,110      53.53%
    Welding Technology                                             1,348        1,296          1,296    1,252       1,416       5.04%
    TOTAL                                                        18,101       18,034          18,483   18,900      21,634      19.52%


                                                                                                                                05-09
    Business Studies                                          Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                 % chg
    Accounting                                                     3,653        3,577          3,986    4,359       4,926      34.85%
    Culinary Arts                                                    708          666           609      564          691      -2.40%
    Financial Management                                             525          564           549      342          441 -16.00%
    Hospitality Management                                           315          360           519      537          618      96.19%
    International Business                                           258          255           246      276          279       8.14%
    Management                                                     4,243        3,951          4,170    3,888       4,479       5.56%
    Marketing                                                      1,494        1,377          1,428    1,356       1,278 -14.46%
    Meeting & Events Planning                                        123          168           141      108          123       0.00%
    Office Administration                                             828          804           865      957        1,260      52.17%
    Real Estate                                                    1,267        1,707          1,500    1,120         937 -26.05%
    Technical Communications                                         433          413           454      456          584      34.87%
    Travel and Tourism                                                45            78           48        75           93 106.67%
    TOTAL                                                        13,892       13,920          14,515   14,038      15,709      13.08%
1
    Auto Body Collision and Refinishing courses were offered for the first time in Fall 2009.

NOTE: Disciplines are listed under the current (2009-10) dean area; they may have been included in another dean area in previous years.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                                                                 ENROLLMENT BY AREA


                                               Semester Credit Hours
                                                 Workforce Areas
                                                  Fall 2005 - 2009

Computer Studies & Advanced                                                                                                  05-09
  Technology                                           Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                     % chg
Architectural and Engineering CAD                           1,568        1,856        1,952         1,992        2,164      38.01%
Computer Information Technology                             3,291        3,549        3,473         3,670        4,465      35.67%
Computer Science                                            4,819        4,622        4,673         4,413        5,018       4.13%
Electronics                                                   798        1,078           956        1,077        1,321      65.54%
Land Surveying Technology                                     120          159           135           93          123       2.50%
Visual Communication Design                                 3,629        3,736        3,929         4,617        5,203      43.37%
TOTAL                                                     14,225       15,000        15,118       15,862       18,294       28.60%


                                                                                                                             05-09
Health Sciences                                        Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                     % chg
Allied Health Sciences                                      1,969        1,962        2,007         2,249        2,485      26.21%
Dental Hygiene                                                386          393           390          399          376      -2.59%
Emergency Medical Services Professions                        653          747           689          780          866      32.62%
Health & Kinesiology                                        2,579        2,689        2,745         2,811        3,319      28.69%
Medical Coding                                                283          257           181          176          350      23.67%
Medical Lab Technology                                        243          182           224          219          291      19.75%
Nursing - Professional                                      2,882        3,148        3,974         4,304        4,673      62.14%
Nursing - Vocational                                        1,042        1,178        1,016           993        1,249      19.87%
Occupational Therapy Assistant                                159          166           113          240          323 103.14%
Personal Fitness Trainer                                      104          142           124          112          132      26.92%
Pharmacy Technology                                           255          343           263          309          399      56.47%
Physical Therapist Assistant                                  255          290           319          310          444      74.12%
Radiology                                                     786          786           729          730          855       8.78%
Sonography                                                    595          584           462          503          525     -11.76%
Surgical Technology                                           345          346           280          300          312      -9.57%
TOTAL                                                     12,536       13,213        13,516       14,435       16,599       32.41%


SUBTOTAL FOR WORKFORCE                                    58,754       60,167        61,632       63,235       72,236       22.95%

SUBTOTAL FOR ACADEMIC                                    194,815      202,188      205,652      218,614       247,172       26.88%

GRAND TOTAL                                              253,569      262,355      267,284      281,849       319,408       25.96%




NOTE: Disciplines are listed under the current (2009-10) dean area; they may have been included in another dean area in previous years.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                        Contact Hours
                                                       Academic Areas
                                                       Fall 2005 - 2009

                                                                                                                                05-09
Arts & Humanities                                       Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                       % chg
Arabic1                                                            .      2,080      2,000        2,592          2,960                    .
Art                                                       110,512      110,384    107,120      113,088        125,280         13.36%
            1
Chinese                                                            .      1,840      2,368        2,256          2,464                    .
Creative Writing                                             8,112        8,304      7,680        7,584          9,888        21.89%
Dance                                                       9,264       10,112       8,880        9,264        10,160           9.67%
Drama                                                      18,352       20,800     21,936        24,208        29,152         58.85%
English for Speakers of Other Languages                    36,096       40,320     41,408        44,544        60,352         67.20%
French                                                     20,400       20,928     21,392        23,312        25,488         24.94%
German                                                     10,208         8,960      7,952        8,384          8,352       -18.18%
Humanities                                                  7,824       10,512     12,864        15,840        20,496        161.96%
Japanese                                                   11,824       11,744     12,896        13,296        15,392         30.18%
Latin                                                       3,520         4,128      5,680        4,720          6,352        80.45%
Philosophy                                                 84,288       93,168     94,272        98,976       103,776         23.12%
Religion                                                    5,568         4,272      2,544        3,360          7,680        37.93%
Russian                                                     1,680         2,720      3,776        3,344          4,112       144.76%
Spanish                                                  176,832 177,776          177,280      175,120        186,256           5.33%
TOTAL                                                    504,480 528,048          530,048      549,888        618,160         22.53%


                                                                                                                                05-09
Communications                                          Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                       % chg
English                                                  415,968 442,848          457,008      478,320        526,416         26.55%
Journalism                                                  9,552       11,072     10,416        10,704        12,064         26.30%
Reading Skills - Developmental                             60,528       61,984     60,496        63,600        70,544         16.55%
Speech                                                    117,600 127,536         133,152      143,760        161,808         37.59%
Study Skills                                                3,024         2,496      2,224        3,152          3,248          7.41%
Writing Skills - Developmental                             39,840       38,832     36,544        39,312        45,088         13.17%
TOTAL                                                    646,512 684,768          699,840      738,848        819,168         26.71%




1
    Arabic and Chinese courses were offered for the first time in Fall 2006.

NOTE: Disciplines are listed under the current (2009-10) dean area; they may have been included in another dean area in previous years.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

                                                                        96
                                                                                                 ENROLLMENT BY AREA


                                                     Contact Hours
                                                     Academic Areas
                                                     Fall 2005 - 2009

                                                                                                                                 05-09
Math & Sciences                                      Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                           % chg
Astronomy                                               17,472        14,928         10,992        12,000        16,848        -3.57%
Biology                                               255,456        288,240       312,560       342,880        402,048        57.38%
Biotechnology                                            4,672          4,272         3,264          3,760         3,056      -34.59%
Chemistry                                             145,152        152,352       154,752       131,568        152,400         4.99%
Engineering                                              4,320          3,968         4,656          4,240         4,336        0.37%
Environmental Science & Technology                       7,072          8,944        10,272        12,240        13,536        91.40%
Geology                                                 42,432        42,960         42,048        42,864        48,960        15.38%
Mathematics                                           297,152        310,208       310,880       326,032        365,552        23.02%
Mathematics - Developmental                           439,616        436,704       432,144       464,928        510,160        16.05%
Physics                                                 72,192        75,744         80,976        76,656        87,216        20.81%
TOTAL                                               1,285,536 1,338,320 1,362,544 1,417,168 1,604,112                          24.78%


                                                                                                                                 05-09
Social & Behavioral Sciences                         Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                           % chg
Anthropology                                            27,504        28,944         31,680        30,480        45,888        66.84%
Economics                                               88,080        93,600         97,824      108,192        125,184        42.13%
Education Instruction                                    3,408          7,584         8,160          9,984        11,664                  .
Geography                                               25,536        26,496         31,296        34,608        41,552        62.72%
Government                                            292,272        263,904       267,216       307,968        355,792        21.73%
History                                               317,232        329,904       331,776       355,344        388,512        22.47%
Human Development                                       26,952        32,736         37,896        37,944        43,800        62.51%
Military Science                                            400           784            816           432         1,296     224.00%
Psychology                                            174,480        189,600       185,424       199,776        227,328        30.29%
Sociology                                               69,888        72,672         73,296        79,536        93,552        33.86%
TOTAL                                               1,025,752 1,046,224 1,065,384 1,164,264 1,334,568                          30.11%


SUBTOTAL FOR ACADEMIC                               3,462,280 3,597,360 3,657,816 3,870,168 4,376,008                          26.39%

SUBTOTAL FOR WORKFORCE                              1,370,424 1,419,296 1,465,256 1,516,208 1,442,474                           5.26%

GRAND TOTAL                                         4,832,704 5,016,656 5,123,072 5,386,376 5,818,482                          20.40%




NOTE: Disciplines are listed under the current (2009-10) dean area; they may have been included in another dean area in previous years.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                                        Contact Hours
                                                       Workforce Areas
                                                       Fall 2005 - 2009

    Applied Technologies, Multimedia,                                                                                         05-09
     & Public Services                                        Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009               % chg
    Auto Body Collision and Refinishing1                                  .           .             .         .     7,840              .
    Automotive Technology                                        38,432       38,784          43,136    49,664    55,872     45.38%
    Building Construction Technology                             27,504       30,368          31,936    31,584    32,720     18.96%
    Child Development                                            34,288       31,600          32,624    33,232    29,376 -14.33%
    Commercial Music Management                                  28,704       29,440          30,880    31,888    33,664     17.28%
    Criminal Justice                                             35,600       36,704          34,480    35,072    45,488     27.78%
    Fire Protection Technology                                   19,616       21,616          21,248    18,432    24,816     26.51%
    Heating, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration Tech.             18,208       19,456          19,616    19,712    25,632     40.77%
    Human Services                                               46,592       44,080          48,816    50,448    55,648     19.44%
    Jewelry                                                      12,576       11,904          12,000    12,480    10,848 -13.74%
    Legal Assistant                                              19,728       18,432          18,048    15,888    17,184 -12.90%
    Music                                                        25,392       27,640          30,328    33,248    37,704     48.49%
    Photographic Technology                                      48,112       49,568          54,256    55,824    63,472     31.93%
    Radio-TV-Film                                                15,616       16,176          15,280    16,832    23,808     52.46%
    Welding Technology                                           32,352       31,104          31,104    30,048    33,984       5.04%
    TOTAL                                                      402,720       406,872     423,752       434,352   498,056     23.67%


                                                                                                                              05-09
    Business Studies                                          Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009               % chg
    Accounting                                                   75,008       73,504          81,680    89,360    98,864     31.80%
    Culinary Arts                                                16,496       15,392          14,784    13,504    16,720       1.36%
    Financial Management                                           8,400       9,024           8,784     5,472     7,056 -16.00%
    Hospitality Management                                         6,496       7,040           9,776    10,224    11,696     80.05%
    International Business                                         4,416       4,080           4,224     5,280     4,464       1.09%
    Management                                                   67,888       63,696          67,440    62,688    73,104       7.68%
    Marketing                                                    23,904       22,032          22,848    21,696    20,448 -14.46%
    Meeting & Events Planning                                      1,968       2,688           2,256     1,728     1,968       0.00%
    Office Administration                                         19,504       19,280          20,784    22,704    30,288     55.29%
    Real Estate                                                  20,272       27,312          24,000    17,920    14,992 -26.05%
    Technical Communications                                       6,928       6,608           7,552     7,296     9,632     39.03%
    Travel and Tourism                                               888       1,512            896      1,200     1,632     83.78%
    TOTAL                                                      252,168       252,168     265,024       259,072   290,864     15.35%
1
    Auto Body Collision and Refinishing courses were offered for the first time in Fall 2009.

NOTE: Disciplines are listed under the current (2009-10) dean area; they may have been included in another dean area in previous years.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

                                                                        98
                                                                                                 ENROLLMENT BY AREA


                                                     Contact Hours
                                                     Workforce Areas
                                                     Fall 2005 - 2009

Computer Studies & Advanced                                                                             05-09
 Technology                                           Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 % chg
Architectural and Engineering CAD                         37,632       44,544        46,848       47,808        51,936 38.01%
Computer Information Technology                           73,568       78,400        80,368       84,512      101,632 38.15%
Computer Science                                        103,648        99,264      100,352        94,720      107,872 4.08%
Electronics                                               19,328       25,504        23,424       26,880        32,096 66.06%
Land Surveying Technology                                  2,256         3,024        2,544         1,488        3,120 38.30%
Visual Communication Design                               89,136       92,368        97,216      114,016      128,608 44.28%
TOTAL                                                   325,568       343,104      350,752       369,424      425,264 30.62%


                                                                                                        05-09
Health Sciences                                       Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 % chg
Allied Health Sciences                                    31,504       31,392        32,112       35,984        39,760 26.21%
Dental Hygiene                                            12,752       13,520        13,312       13,584        13,344 4.64%
Emergency Medical Services Professions                    24,160       27,840        25,264       27,552        30,338 25.57%
Health & Kinesiology                                      93,456       99,120        99,072      101,856      119,664 28.04%
Medical Coding                                             6,672         5,280        3,520         4,064        6,864 2.88%
Medical Lab Technology                                    10,384         8,480        9,040         8,720       11,952 15.10%
Nursing - Professional                                    99,728      110,128      137,904       150,768      161,872 62.31%
Nursing - Vocational                                      32,864       35,504        31,456       30,912        37,936 15.43%
Occupational Therapy Assistant                             5,328         5,584        3,664         7,520       10,640 99.70%
Personal Fitness Trainer                                   2,016         2,592        2,400         2,208        2,592 28.57%
Pharmacy Technology                                        6,176         8,400        5,408         7,824       10,352 67.62%
Physical Therapist Assistant                              10,608       11,408        13,024       12,768        14,800 39.52%
Radiology                                                 23,680       25,728        22,256       21,024        27,568 16.42%
Sonography                                                19,424       21,024        17,776       18,256        19,152 -1.40%
Surgical Technology                                       11,216       11,152         9,520       10,320        10,688 -4.71%
TOTAL                                                   389,968       417,152      425,728       453,360      517,522 32.71%


SUBTOTAL FOR WORKFORCE                                1,370,424 1,419,296 1,465,256 1,516,208 1,442,474 5.26%

SUBTOTAL FOR ACADEMIC                                 3,462,280 3,597,360 3,657,816 3,870,168 4,376,008 26.39%

GRAND TOTAL                                           4,832,704 5,016,656 5,123,072 5,386,376 5,818,482 20.40%




NOTE: Disciplines are listed under the current (2009-10) dean area; they may have been included in another dean area in previous years.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                Distance Learning1 Course Enrollment and Contact Hours
                                    Fall 2005 - 2009

                                                                                                                                        05-09
COURSE ENROLLMENT2                                         Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                            % chg
Directed Study (DIR)                                               167            176         325           208           216          29.34%
                   3
Hybrid (HYD)                                                           .             .            .         324           423                  .
Instructional Television (ITV)                                  1,754            1,300        977           947           804         -54.16%
                                4
Interactive Video (IVC)                                            510               .            .             .             .                .
Personal Computer w/ Modem (PCM)                                6,557            7,923      9,136        9,668        11,447           74.58%
Print-Based (PRN)                                                  731            348         357           362           336         -54.04%
Unknown5                                                              0            19           15             0             0                 .

TOTAL                                                           9,719            9,766    10,810        11,509        13,226           36.08%




                                                                                                                                        05-09
CONTACT HOURS6                                             Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009                            % chg
Directed Study (DIR)                                           17,552        14,064       29,568        20,560        19,552           11.39%
                   3
Hybrid (HYD)                                                           .             .            .     15,552        19,776                   .
Instructional Television (ITV)                                 85,056        63,264       46,608        45,680        38,528          -54.70%
                                4
Interactive Video (IVC)                                        26,176                .            .             .             .                .
Personal Computer w/ Modem (PCM)                             342,512        409,280      474,624      501,536       589,152            72.01%
Print-Based (PRN)                                              35,552        16,912       17,408        17,376        16,128          -54.64%
Unknown5                                                              0          1,152        960              0             0                 .

TOTAL                                                        506,848        504,672      569,168      600,704       683,136            34.78%




1
    Courses delivered to individuals and groups by synchronous or asynchronous methods. Delivery methods include: instructional television
    (using recorded video programs shown on cable TV and on cassette), Personal Computer with Modem (using Internet and email), print-
    based courses (using a textbook), directed studies, and live televised classes (to individual students via the Internet or cable television).
2
    Students who enroll in multiple courses are counted once for each course.
3
    Distance Learning Hybrids (HYD) offer students the majority (51% or more) of their course work online via the Internet, with some
    classroom and/or laboratory meeting times.
4
    Prior to Fall 2006, interactive video classes were classified as telecommunicated instruction.
5
    Delivery method not listed.
6
    An instructional unit of time in which a student has contact with an instructor; includes both lecture and laboratory time.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                  Annual Contact Hours by Dean Area
                                     Academic Years 2005 - 2009

                                                                                                                        05-09
Dean Area                                     2004-05        2005-06        2006-07        2007-08        2008-09       % chg

Applied Technologies,
  Multimedia, & Public Services                972,296        966,328        976,054 1,022,520 1,110,776 14.24%
Arts & Humanities                           1,210,480 1,241,632 1,281,168 1,300,656 1,414,688 16.87%
Business Studies                               562,496        595,848        616,254        638,560        652,720 16.04%
Communications                              1,362,992 1,455,392 1,534,688 1,580,384 1,745,440 28.06%
Computer Studies & Advanced
  Technology                                   773,648        750,928        803,472        828,912        927,856 19.93%
Health Sciences                                947,040        976,832 1,042,284 1,092,880 1,219,912 28.81%
Math & Sciences                             2,936,848 3,027,616 3,173,760 3,267,744 3,541,600 20.59%
Social & Behavioral Sciences                2,462,656 2,534,432 2,586,440 2,700,368 3,066,040 24.50%

TOTAL                                      11,228,456 11,549,008 12,014,120 12,432,024 13,679,032 21.82%




NOTE: Disciplines are listed under the current (2009-10) dean area; they may have been included in another dean area in previous years.

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

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                                             Degrees & Awards
This section can be used for finding:

      • the number of degrees and certificates awarded annually since ACC began.
      • the number of degrees and certificates awarded by program area over the past five years.
      • the number of students who successfully completed ACC’s core curriculum.




                                                                   Contents
Useful Terms ...............................................................................................................................................104
Programs of Study ......................................................................................................................................105
Associate Degrees Awarded by Program ...................................................................................................109
  Associate of Arts (AA) .............................................................................................................................109
  Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) ........................................................................................................ 110
  Associate of Science (AS) ...................................................................................................................... 110
  Associate of Applied Science (AAS) ....................................................................................................... 111
College Credit Certificates Awarded ........................................................................................................... 114
Institutional Awards ..................................................................................................................................... 117
  Core Completers ..................................................................................................................................... 117
  Field of Study ......................................................................................................................................... 117
  Marketable Skills Achievement .............................................................................................................. 118
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                                           Useful Terms


  Associate of Applied Science (AAS) - degree awarded to students who successfully complete
  the prescribed courses in any of the occupational-technical programs.

  Associate of Arts (AA) - degree awarded to students who complete at least 60 semester
  credit hours that include 6 hours of English, 6 hours of American government, 6 hours of US
  history, 8 hours of a single foreign language, and the prescribed courses listed in one of the
  areas of concentration.

  Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) - degree awarded to students who successfully complete
  the prescribed courses for one of three degrees leading to teaching certification.

  Associate of Science (AS) - degree awarded to students who complete at least 60 semester
  credit hours that include 6 hours of English, 6 hours of American government, 6 hours of US
  history, 6-8 hours of science, and the prescribed courses listed in one of the areas of concentration.

  Certificate - awarded to students who complete one of the approved certificate programs.

  Core Curriculum - ACC’s core consists of 42-hours of general education courses in English,
  communications, mathematics, natural science, humanities, visual and performing arts,
  government, history, and an additional social and behavioral science.

  Degree - an award given as official recognition for the successful completion of a program of
  studies.

  Field of Study Curriculum - intended to facilitate the free transferability of lower-division
  academic courses among Texas public colleges and universities.




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                                       Programs of Study
                                           Fall 2009

The educational programs of Austin Community College include workforce programs and academic/
transfer programs. The workforce programs are designed to meet the increasing demand for skilled
technicians and paraprofessionals for employment in industry and business. ACC awards both
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees and certificates in workforce programs. Associate of Arts
(AA), Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT), and Associate of Science (AS) degrees are awarded as
transfer degrees and correspond to the first two years of a baccalaureate program at four-year institutions.


The programs and program areas in which Austin Community College offers courses include the following:


Associate of Arts (AA) Programs                  Associate of Arts in Teaching

Anthropology                                     Education
Art                                                4-8 Grade Level
Creative Writing                                   8-12 Grade Levels
Dance                                              EC-6 Grade Levels-Early Childhood Specialization
Drama
Economics
English
Foreign Language                                 Associate of Science (AS) Programs
General Studies in Liberal Arts
Geography                                        Archaeology
   Geographic Information Systems                Biology
   Geography                                     Business Administration
Government                                       Chemistry
History                                          Computer Science
Journalism                                          Computer Information Systems
Music                                               Computer Science
Philosophy                                       Engineering
Psychology                                       Environmental Studies
Radio-Television-Film                            General Studies in Science
Social Work                                      Geology
Sociology                                        Health and Kinesiology
Speech                                              Health
                                                    Kinesiology
                                                 Mathematics
                                                 Physics
                                                 Pre-Dental/Pre-Medical/Pre-Pharmacy/Pre-Veterinary




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                      Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Programs
Accounting                                            Hospitality Management
   Accounting Specialist                                 Baccalaureate Prep Specialization
   Accounting Technician                                 Food and Lodging Specialization
Architectural and Engineering Computer Aided Design      Hotel and Lodging Specialization
   Architectual Specialization                        Human Services
   Electronic Graphics Specialization                    Addictions Counseling
   Interdisiplinary Specialization                       General Human Services
   Mechanical Specialization                             Interpreter Preparation Program
Auto Body Collision and Refinishing                       Therapeutic Recreation
Automotive Technology                                 International Business
Biotechnology                                         Jewelry
Building Construction Technology-Construction Mgmt.   Land Surveying Technology/Geomatics
Business and Technical Communications                 Management
   Business and Government Comm. Spec.                Marketing
   Technical Communications                              Fashion Merchandising
Child Development                                        Marketing
Commercial Music Management                           Medical Laboratory Technology
Computer Information Technology                       Medical Coding-Health Information Technology
   Computer Programming                               Meeting and Events Planning Specialization
   Computer Programming-Web Programming Spec.         Nursing
   Local Area Network Systems-Network Admin.             Nursing Mobility Track
   Local Area Network Systems-Security Admin. Spec.      Nursing Traditional Track
   Microcomputer Applications-Applications            Occupational Therapy Assistant
   Microcomputer Applications-User & Desktop Supp.    Office Administration
Criminal Justice                                         Administrative Assistant Specialization
   Corrections                                           Legal Administrative Asst. Specialization
   Law Enforcement                                       Medical Administrative Asst. Specialization
Culinary Arts                                         Paralegal
Dental Hygiene                                        Personal Fitness Trainer
Diagnostic Medical Imaging-Radiology                  Photographic Technology
Electronics and Advanced Technologies                    Advertising-Fashion Focus
   Automation, Robotics and Controls Tech. Spec.         People-Portrait Focus
   Bioinstrumentation Technology Specialization       Physical Therapist Assistant
   Networking/Computer Electronics                    Real Estate-Real Estate Broker’s Licensing
   Electronics Technician Specialization              Sonography
   Engineering Technician Specialization                 Diagnostic Cardiac Sono. (Echocardiography)
   Power Technology Specialization                       Diagnostic Medical Sonography
   Renewable Energy Specialization                    Surgical Technology
   Semiconductor Manufacturing Tech. Spec.            Travel and Tourism
Emergency Medical Services Professions                Visual Communication
Environmental Technology                                 2D Animation Specialization
Financial Management-Mortgage Banking                    3D Animation Specialization
Fire Protection Technology                               3D Modeling Specialization
Game Development                                         Graphic Arts Technology Specialization
        Game and Visualization Programming Spec.         Graphic Design Specialization
        Game Art Specialization                          Interactive Design Specialization
        Game Design Specialization                    Welding Technology
Geography-Geographic Information Systems                       Art Metals
Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Tech.              Code Welding

Source: ACC Catalog
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                                      Certificate Programs
Accounting Clerk                                            Renewable Energy Specialization
Architectural and Engineering CAD                           Semiconductor Manufacturing Tech. Spec.
   Architectural and Engineering CAD                     Emergency Medical Services Professions
   Civil CAD Specialization                                 EMT Intermediate Certificate
   Integrated Circuit Layout and Design Specialization      EMT Paramedic Certificate
Auto Body Collision and Refinishing                       Environmental Science and Technology
   Auto Body Collision Repair                               Erosion and Sediment Control
   Auto Body Refinishing                                  Financial Management-Mortgage Banking
Automotive Technology and Outdoor Powered Equip.         Fire Protection Technology-Firefighter
   Automotive Brake & Suspension                         Geography
   Automotive Drive Train Specialist                        GIS
   Automotive Engine Performance Specialist                 GIS-Level 2
   Automotive Heating & Air Conditioning                 Game Development
   Automotive Technician                                    Game Art
   Marine Engine Repair                                     Game Design
   Motorcycle Repair                                     Heating, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration Tech.
   Small Engine Repair                                   Hospitality Management
Biotechnology                                            Human Services
Building Construction Technology                            Addictions Counseling
   Carpentry Specialization                                 Addictions Counseling in the Criminal
   Construction Manager                                           Justice System
   Woodworking                                              American Sign Language Studies
Business and Technical Communications                       Deaf Services
   Business and Government Comm. Specialization             Interpreter Preparation Program
   Technical Communications                                 Therapeutic Recreation
Child Development                                        International Business
Computer Information Technology                          Jewelry
   Computer Information Technology Database              Land Surveying Technology/Geomatics
   Computer Programming-C++ Track                        Management
   Computer Programming-Java Track                          Administrative Management
   Local Area Network Systems Network Admin.                Management Specialities Leadership
   Microcomputer Applications - User and Desktop            Small Business Management
         Support                                         Marketing
   Web Developer Specialist                                 Fashion Merchandising
Criminal Justice-Texas Peace Officer Sequence                Marketing
Culinary Arts                                            Medical Coding Specialist
   Culinarian                                            Meeting and Events Planning-Meeting Planning
   Culinary Arts                                         Nursing (Vocational)
   Pastry Arts                                           Office Administration
Diagnostic Medical Imaging-Radiology                        Administrative Assistant
   Medical Resonance Imaging                                Legal Administrative Asst. Specialization
Electronics and Advanced Technologies                       Medical Administrative Asst. Specialization
   Automation, Robotics, and Controls Technology            Medical Office Assistant Specialization
         Specialization                                     Office Assistant
   Bioinstrumentation Technology Specialization             Software Applications Specialist
   Electronics Technician Specialization                 Personal Fitness Trainer
   Engineering Technology Specialization                    Fitness Specialist
   Networking/Computer Electronics                          Personal Fitness Trainer
   Power Technology Specialization                       Pharmacy Technician

Source: ACC Catalog
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                Certificate Programs                    Marketable Skills Award
                     (continued)
                                          Accounting
Photographic Technology                     Accounting Specialist
   Digital Assistant                        Accounting Technician
   Photographic Artist                      Professional Accountant
Radio-Television-Film                     Building Construction Technology
   Film/Video Production Management       Child Development-
   Film/Video Production Technology         Comprehensive CDA Training Program
Real Estate                               Welding Technology-Inert Gas Welding
Surgical Technology
Travel and Tourism
Visual Communication Design                              Field of Study
   2D Animation
   3D Animation                           Business
   3D Modeling                            Communication
   Graphic Arts Technology                Computer Science
   Graphic Design                         Criminal Justice
   Interactive Design                     Engineering and Engineering Technology
   Online Web                             Mexican American Studies
Welding Technology                        Music
   Art Metals                             Nursing
   Inspection
   Metal Sculpture
   Pipe Welding                                            Core Curriculum
   Plate Welding
   Ultrahigh Purity Piping                42-hours of general education courses in:
                                             English Rhetoric/Composition
                                             Communication
          Advanced Technical Certificate      Mathematics
                                             Visual and Performing Arts
Biotechnology                                Government
Environmental Technology                     History
Paralegal                                    Other Social and Behavioral Sciences
Professional Accountant                      Natural Sciences
                                             Humanities

        Enhanced Skills Certificate

Automotive Technology
Child Development
Marketing
Sonography-Vascular Technology
Visual Communication-Illustration




Source: ACC Catalog

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                                  Associate Degrees Awarded by Program
                                       Academic Years 2005 - 2009

                                                      Associate of Arts (AA)
                                                                                                          05-09
                                                              2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09     % chg

Anthropology                                                       4      11       5       4       4      0.00%
Art                                                                 7      6       6      13      17    142.86%
Creative Writing                                                    0      0       1       3       2         .
Dance                                                               1      0       2       0       4    300.00%
Drama                                                               1      1       2       0       0    -100.00%
Early Childhood Education                                         10      10       9       6       4     -60.00%
Economics                                                           6      2       3       1       5     -16.67%
English                                                           14      16      18      25      27     92.86%
Foreign Language
   French                                                           0      1       2       2       0             .
      German                                                        1      0       1       1       2    100.00%
      Japanese                                                      1      3       0       5       4    300.00%
      Spanish                                                      15     16      16      19      16      6.67%
General Studies                                                   41      41      31      50      47     14.63%
Geography                                                           0      0       0       2       2         .
      Geographic Information System                                 -      0       0       0       1         .
Government                                                          4      5       4       8      10    150.00%
Grade 4-8 Certification                                              1      0       2       0       1      0.00%
History                                                             2      7       3       6      10    400.00%
Journalism                                                          5      6       6       6       7     40.00%
Music                                                               2      2       2       3       2      0.00%
Philosophy                                                          1      1       2       0       2    100.00%
Psychology                                                         5      18      18      18      21    320.00%
Radio-Television-Film                                             12      13      12       8      12      0.00%
Social Work                                                         3      3       7       8       9    200.00%
Sociology                                                          0       3       2       0       2         .
Speech                                                             0       2       1       5       4         .
TOTAL                                                             136    167     155     193     215     58.09%



NOTE: A dash ( - ) indicates that the degree was not offered.
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability

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                                  Associate Degrees Awarded by Program
                                       Academic Years 2005 - 2009

                                        Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT)
                                                                                                                              05-09
                                                       2004-05          2005-06        2006-07       2007-08   2008-09        % chg
  8-12 Grade Level
    Specialization                                                -          1              4             9            4         .
  Early Childhood - 4 Grade
   Level Specialization                                           -          1              4             4        25            .
  Early Childhood - 4 & 4-8 Grade
   Levels Specialization                                          -          1              1             5        10            .
  TOTAL                                                           -          3              9            18        39            .



                                                   Associate of Science (AS)
                                                                                                                            05-09
                                                            2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09                         % chg

Biology                                                                 3          7             9        7       15       400.00%
Business Administration                                               74          72        87          110      115       55.41%
Chemistry                                                               2          3             4        2        3       50.00%
Computer Science                                                      13           8        13           14       10       -23.08%
      Computer Information System                                       -          -             -        0        3             .
Engineering                                                            7          13             9        8       14       100.00%
Environmental Studies                                                   3          3             2        2        7       133.33%
General Studies - Science                                              7           6             4       12        4       -42.86%
Geology                                                                 0          0             0        0        0             .
Health                                                                  2          6             5        5        3       50.00%
Kinesiology                                                             2          3             2        3        1       -50.00%
Mathematics                                                            11          7             8        5        5       -54.55%
Physics/Astronomy                                                       0          1             0        0        2             .
Pre-Dental                                                              0          0             1        0        0             .
Pre-Medical                                                             1          6             7        2        3       200.00%
Pre-Pharmacy                                                            2          2             1        4        7       250.00%
Pre-Veterinarian                                                        0          1             1        1        0             .
TOTAL                                                                 127    138           153          175      192       51.18%

NOTE: A dash ( - ) indicates that the degree was not offered.
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability

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                                  Associate Degrees Awarded by Program
                                       Academic Years 2005 - 2009

                                       Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

                                                                                                                     05-09
                                                                      2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09        % chg

Accounting
  Professional                                                                  5             2    1      0     0 -100.00%
    Specialist                                                                  2             1    6      6     2    0.00%
    Technician                                                                  9            15   12     10    15   66.67%
Architectural and Engineering CAD
   Architectural                                                              12             13   23     28    19   58.33%
    Electronic                                                                  6             7    2      2     1   -83.33%
    Interdisciplinary                                                          11             4    4      4     8   -27.27%
    Mechanical                                                                  5             6    6      4    11   120.00%
Automotive Technology                                                         14             15   12     14     5   -64.29%
Biotechnology                                                                   7             5    2      5     3   -57.14%
Building Construction Technology
   Construction Management                                                      8            11   16     17    15   87.50%
Business and Technical Communications                                           2             2    0      0     3   50.00%
Child Development                                                               5             6    6      8     8   60.00%
Commercial Music Mgmt.                                                        25             18   18     16    24    -4.00%
Computer Information Technology
  Computer Programming                                                          8            14    3     12     6   -25.00%
    LAN Systems Network Administration                                        25             22   13     16    20   -20.00%
    LAN Systems Security Administration                                          -            0    5      9    14       .
    Microcomputer Applications                                                  3             1    5      3     2   -33.33%
    Microcomputer User & Desktop Supp.                                           -            0    0      0     2       .
    Web Programming Specialization                                               -            -    -      -     2       .
Criminal Justice
   Law Enforcement                                                            33             34   48     38    34    3.03%
    Corrections                                                               12             13   11      9    12    0.00%
Culinary Arts                                                                 10             17    8      9     5   -50.00%
Dental Hygiene                                                                16             12   18     16    17    6.25%
Digital Publishing - Printing & Desktop
   Publishing Production                                                        4             2    1      2     0 -100.00%
Electronics and Advanced Technologies
   Automation, Robotics, & Controls Tech.                                       4            1    2       3     2   -50.00%
    Bioinstrumentation Tech. Specialization                                      -            -    -      0     1       .

NOTE: A dash ( - ) indicates that the Associate of Applied Science degree was not offered.
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability

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                                  Associate Degrees Awarded by Program
                                       Academic Years 2005 - 2009

                          Associate of Applied Science (AAS) (continued)

                                                                                                                  05-09
                                                                      2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09     % chg
Electronics & Advanced Tech. (continued)
   Computer Electronics/Telecomm.                                               4             5    4    7    0 -100.00%
    Engineering Technology                                                      5             4    5    4    2   -60.00%
    Power Technology Specialization                                              -            -    0    3    6       .
    Renewable Energy Specialization                                              -            -    -    1    1       .
    Semiconductor Manufacturing Tech.                                           7             8    4    1    4   -42.86%
    Technician                                                                  6             7   11    8    5   -16.67%
Emergency Medical Services                                                    15             13   19   11   22   46.67%
Environmental Technology                                                        1             0    2    2    0 -100.00%
Fire Protection Technology                                                    10              8    7   14    9   -10.00%
Heating, Air Conditioning, &
  Refrigeration Technology                                                    10              8    7    7   10    0.00%
Hospitality Management
  Baccalaureate Preparation                                                     6             3    2    2    2   -66.67%
    Food & Lodging                                                              0             2    3    1    2       .
    Hotel & Lodging                                                             0             2    2    1    2       .
    Meeting Management & Events                                                 1             1    3    2    2   100.00%
    Restaurant                                                                  0             0    1    0    0       .
    Travel & Tourism                                                            1             1    2    1    2   100.00%
Human Services
  Addictions Counseling                                                         2             7    9    1   11   450.00%
    General                                                                     5             5    3    4   11   120.00%
    Interpreter Preparation                                                    11             7   12   11   14   27.27%
    Therapeutic Recreation                                                      2             3    4    1   5    150.00%
International Business                                                           -            0    0    1   7        .
Jewelry                                                                         3             5    6    1   3     0.00%
Land Surveying Technology                                                       1             2    5    3   2    100.00%
Legal Assistant                                                               14             19   23    7   3    -78.57%
Management                                                                    10             17   16   19   11   10.00%
Marketing                                                                       5             0    1    3   5     0.00%
    Fashion Merchandising                                                       5             3    4    6   6    20.00%
Medical Laboratory Technology                                                   6            13   10   9    11   83.33%
Mortgage Banking                                                                5             2    6    3   2    -60.00%
NOTE: A dash ( - ) indicates that the Associate of Applied Science degree was not offered.
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability

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                                       Academic Years 2005 - 2009

                          Associate of Applied Science (AAS) (continued)

                                                                                                                       05-09
                                                                      2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09          % chg

Nursing
  Professional                                                              106              155   146    150   196   84.91%
    Mobility Track                                                            28              29    28     30    50   78.57%
Occupational Therapy Asst.                                                      4              5    12      4    10   150.00%
Office Administration
    Administrative Assistant                                                    2              4     1      2     0 -100.00%
    Legal Administrative Asst.                                                  1              1     2      0     2   100.00%
    Medical Administrative Asst.                                                1              1     5      1     2   100.00%
Paralegal                                                                        -             -     -     10     8       .
Personal Fitness Trainer                                                        0              1     1      3     0       .
Photographic Technology
  Advertising-Fashion Focus                                                   13               8     9      2     5   -61.54%
    People-Portrait Focus                                                     10               9     3      2     4   -60.00%
    Professional Photography                                                    1              -     -      -     -       .
Physical Therapist Assistant                                                  16              17    16     21    19   18.75%
Quality Assurance                                                               2              2     -      -     -       .
Radiology                                                                     34              28    39     21    27   -20.59%
Real Estate                                                                     5              8     5     11    11   120.00%
Sonography
    Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography                                               6              7     5      7     7   16.67%
    Diagnostic Medical Sonography                                             13              15    20     15    10   -23.08%
Surgical Technology                                                           23              22    22     23    19   -17.39%
Visual Communication Design                                                   21              10     3      0     0 -100.00%
    2D Animation                                                                1              1     4      5     3   200.00%
    3D Animation                                                                0             10     5      9    12       .
    3D Modeling                                                                  -             -     -      1     0       .
    Graphic Arts Technology Specialization                                       -             -     -      1     3       .
    Graphic Design                                                              3             15    15     27    29   866.67%
    Interactive Design                                                          0              7     9      2     6       .
Welding Technology
  Art Metals                                                                    3              3     4      9     3    0.00%
    Code Welding                                                                2              3     4      5     4   100.00%
TOTAL                                                                       656              727   751    726   821   25.15%
NOTE: A dash ( - ) indicates that the Associate of Applied Science degree was not offered.
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability

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                                        College Credit Certificates Awarded
                                            Academic Years 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                               05-09
                                                                    2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09    % chg

Accounting
  Accounting Clerk                                                       4       4       1       3        8   100.00%
    Professional Accountant                                              0       7       5       8        5       .
Architectural and Engineering CAD                                        0       9      15      17       11       .
    Civil CAD Specialization                                              -       -       -     25       40       .
    Engineering Design Graphics                                         16      23       1       0        0 -100.00%
    Integrated Circuit Layout & Design                                  15      10       2       9        3   -80.00%
Automotive
  Air & Heating                                                          7       4       4       6        8   14.29%
    Brake & Suspension                                                   9       3       6      10        8   -11.11%
    Drive Train Specialist                                               9       4       6       8        8   -11.11%
    Engine Performance Specialist                                        8       4       6       9        7   -12.50%
    Enhanced Skills                                                      0       1       0       1        0       .
    Marine Engine Repair                                                 5       5       3       2        1   -80.00%
    Motorcycle Repair                                                    2       5       2       3        1   -50.00%
    Small Engine Repair                                                  4       6       0       1        4    0.00%
    Technician                                                          12       8       6       8       12    0.00%
Biotechnology                                                            2       0       2       2        0 -100.00%
    Advanced Technical                                                    -       -      3       1        4       .
Building Construction Technology
   Carpentry                                                             1       1       0       0        2   100.00%
    Construction Manager                                                 1       1       0       0        3   200.00%
    Woodworking                                                          3       3       1       0        2   -33.33%
Business and Technical Communication                                     2       4       1       1        1   -50.00%
Child Development                                                       13       9      11       9        7   -46.15%
Computer Information Technology
  Computer Info. Tech. Database                                          4       4       3       3        0 -100.00%
    Computer Programming-C++ Track                                       1       3       1       2        0 -100.00%
    Computer Programming-Java Track                                      1       4       3       2        0 -100.00%
    LAN System Network Administration                                    9      12       5       7        5   -44.44%
    Web Developer Specialist                                            17      11       3       7        3   -82.35%
Criminal Justice TX Peace Officer Seq.                                   22      15      18       2       22    0.00%
Culinary Arts                                                           15       6       6       4       11   -26.67%
    Culinarian                                                           2       0       4       3        6   200.00%
Electronic Technology
   Automation, Robotics & Controls Tech.                                 1       1       4       2        1    0.00%
    Computer Electronics/Telecomm.                                       3       1       2       0        1   -66.67%
NOTE: A dash ( - ) indicates that the certificate was not offered.
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability

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                                      College Credit Certificates Awarded
                                    Academic Years 2005 - 2009 (continued)
                                                                                                               05-09
                                                                    2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09    % chg

Electronic Technology (continued)
   Engineering                                                              2    2       0       1        0 -100.00%
    Power Technology                                                        -     -      0       3        0       .
    Renewable Energy Specialization                                         -     -       -       -       2       .
    Semiconductor Manufacturing                                             3    0       1       0        0 -100.00%
    Technician                                                              3    2       3       3        2   -33.33%
Emergency Medical Services Professions
  EMT Intermediate                                                         15    8      11       5       36   140.00%
    EMT Paramedic                                                           5    3       6       4       10   100.00%
Environmental Technology                                                    0    1       1       1        1       .
Fire Protection - Firefighter                                               57   48      45      55       46   -19.30%
Heating, A/C, & Refrigeration Technology                                   10    9      14       7       12   20.00%
Hospitality Management                                                     11   28       2       6        1   -90.91%
Human Services
  Addictions Counseling                                                     5    2       5       4        2   -60.00%
    American Sign Language Studies                                          5    5       5       4        6   20.00%
    Interpreter Preparation                                                 1    0       0       1        1    0.00%
    Therapeutic Recreation                                                  2    0       1       2        1   -50.00%
International Business                                                      4    7       1       8        4    0.00%
Jewelry                                                                     6   16       5       7        7   16.67%
Land Survey Technology/Geomatics                                            2    0       0       4        1   -50.00%
Management
  Administrative Management                                                13   17      12       11      10   -23.08%
    Management Specialties Leadership                                       3    8       4       5        4    33.33%
    Small Business Management                                               8   10      10       9        9   12.50%
Marketing                                                                   3    1       2       4        2   -33.33%
    Fashion Merchandising                                                   0    2       1       0        0       .
Medical Coding                                                             12   15       9       7       12    0.00%
Meeting Planning                                                            4    2       9       5        2   -50.00%
Mortgage Banking                                                            1    2       0       2        0 -100.00%
Nursing (Vocational)                                                       60   52      49      54       56    -6.67%
Office Administration
   Administrative Assistant                                                 3    0       0       1        0 -100.00%
    Legal Administrative Assistant                                          0    2       0       0        0       .
    Medical Adminstrative Assistant                                         2    1       0       3        0 -100.00%
    Medical Office Assistant                                                 2    2       2       3        3    50.00%
    Office Assistant                                                         4    1       1       0        6    50.00%
    Software Applications                                                   1    0       0       0        1    0.00%
NOTE: A dash ( - ) indicates that the certificate was not offered.
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability

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                                      College Credit Certificates Awarded
                                    Academic Years 2005 - 2009 (continued)
                                                                                                                05-09
                                                                    2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09     % chg

Paralegal                                                                5       6      11       7        6    20.00%
Personal Fitness Trainer                                                 0       1       4       2        3        .
     Fitness Specialist                                                  -       -        -      0        1        .
Pharmacy Technology                                                     17      26      17      20       23    35.29%
Photographic Technology
  Digital Assistant                                                      -       -        -      1        3        .
    Photographer’s Assistant                                             0       2       1       1        0        .
    Photographic Artist                                                  1       0       4       6        4   300.00%
    Photojournalism                                                      -       0       2       0        1        .
Radio-Television-Film
  Film/Production Video                                                  0       0       4       3        2        .
    Film/Video Production Management                                     0       0       3       5        3        .
    Industrial Video                                                     0       0       1       1        0        .
    Industrial Video Production Mgmt.                                    1       0       0       1        0   -100.00%
Real Estate                                                             15      21      29      32       23    53.33%
Sonography
    Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography                                        1       -        -       -       -        .
    Diagnostic Medical Sonography                                        6       2        -       -       -        .
    Vascular Technology                                                  -       -       0       4        7
Surgical Technology                                                      9       9       5       1        3    -66.67%
Travel & Tourism                                                         1       2       0       2        2   100.00%
Visual Communication Design
   2D Animation Specialization                                           0       1       1       0        1        .
    3D Animation Specialization                                          3       2       2       0        1    -66.67%
    3D Modeling                                                          -       -        -      0        1        .
    Applied Multimedia Technology                                        2       5       1       0        0   -100.00%
    Graphic Design                                                       3       2       2       1        2    -33.33%
    Interactive Design                                                   0       1       0       0        0        .
    Online Web                                                           0       0       0       1        0        .
    Prepress                                                             5       1       2       0        0   -100.00%
    World Wide Web                                                       2       3        -       -       -        .
Welding Technology
  Art Metals                                                             1       4       8      13        7   600.00%
    Inspection                                                           1       2       1       1        1     0.00%
    Metal Sculpture                                                      2       3       4       7        2     0.00%
    Pipe Welding                                                         0       7       4       3        4        .
    Plate Welding                                                        6      12       7      16       15   150.00%
    Ultrahigh Purity Piping                                              0       3       5       4        5        .
TOTAL                                                                  516     529     441     506      541     4.84%
NOTE: A dash ( - ) indicates that the certificate was not offered.
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability

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                                           Institutional Awards
                                           Academic Year 2009
                                    (September 1, 2008 - August 31, 2009)



                                                 Core Completers
The core curriculum is predicated on a series of basic intellectual competencies. ACC’s core
consists of 42-hours of general education courses in English, communications, mathematics, natural
science, humanities, visual and performing arts, government, history, and an additional social and
behavioral science.

When the 42-hour core curriculum is successfully completed, that block of courses may be
transferred to any other public institution of higher education in Texas and must be substituted for
the receiving institution’s core curriculum. Students may or may not complete their degree or
certificate requirements at the same time that they complete the core curriculum.


                                                                                        05-09
                                      2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09          % chg
    Core Completers                         536          622     615      623   788   47.01%




                                                     Field of Study
Field of study curriculum is intended to facilitate the free transferability of lower-division academic
courses among Texas public colleges and universities.

When an ACC field of study curriculum is successfully completed, that block of courses may be
transferred to any Texas public college or university. The field of study curriculum is substituted for
that institution’s lower division requirements of the degree program for the field of study into which
the students transfer, and the student shall receive full academic credit toward the degree program
of the block of courses transferred.


                                                                                       05-09
                                      2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09          % chg
    Business Administration                      1         7      26       44    57 5600.00%
    Criminal Justice                             8         8      18       21    13   62.50%
    Early Childhood Education                    0        26          0     0     1       .
    4-8 Teacher Certificate                       4         2          5     0     0 -100.00%
    Total                                    13           43      49       65    71   446.15%




Source: ACC Catalog and THECB Certified Reports

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                                              Institutional Awards
                                              Academic Year 2009
                                       (September 1, 2008 - August 31, 2009)

                                  Marketable Skills Achievement Award

Marketable Skills Achievement (MSA) awards are granted to students in active Coordinating Board
approved programs during the fiscal year. A marketable skills achievement award may be a credit
program of 9-14 SCH or a workforce continuing education program of 144-359 contact hours.

                                                                                          05-09
                                            2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09       % chg
        Accounting Specialist                         4         10     18      9    18 350.00%
        Accounting Technician                       23         15      18    32     40   73.91%
        Blood Bank Processing¹                       2           0      0      0     0 -100.00%
        Building Construction
         Technology                                   .         76     81    81     92       .
        Child Development                           54         58      64    50     54    0.00%
        Dental Assisting                              .          .      .      .    19       .
        Emergency Medical
         Technician Basic¹                          45           2     36      6     0 -100.00%
        Medical Laboratory
         Assistant                                   2           0      0      0     0 -100.00%
        Phlebotomy Technician¹                       9           1      0      0    19   111.11%
        Professional Accountant                      3          5      13    14     10 233.33%
        Welding,
         Inert Gas Welding                           0          15      5      6     3       .
        Total                                     142          182    235   198    255   79.58%




1
 Awards are offered through Continuing Education Department.
Source: ACC Catalog and THECB Certified Reports
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                                 Continuing Education

This section can be used for finding:

     •   information about Continuing Education programs.
     •   organizations that offer service and training through community partnerships.
     •   demographic information on Continuing Education students.
     •   enrollment information for Continuing Education classes.



                                                          Contents
Useful Terms ........................................................................................................................120
Overview ..............................................................................................................................121
Academic Year Programs ....................................................................................................122
Community Partnerships .....................................................................................................123
Testing Partnerships ............................................................................................................123
Student Characteristics .......................................................................................................124
Annual Headcount by Region and Zip Code .......................................................................125
Annual Headcount by Zip Code Map...................................................................................130
Annual Headcount by Zip Code ..........................................................................................131
Course Enrollment by Location ...........................................................................................134
Course Enrollment by Program Area ...................................................................................135
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                                     Useful Terms

  Headcount - the number of students enrolled in one or more courses. This number may be
  duplicated or unduplicated.

  Enrollment - the number of courses students have registered for.




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                                          Continuing Education
                                                Overview
Continuing Education programs at Austin Community College are conducted in the following areas:

Business Assessment Center provides the Austin community with comprehensive coverage of professional testing
services. BACT is aligned with numerous Testing Companies and educational institutions, both nationally and
internationally, to administer educational, performance-based, and high stakes assessments for higher education,
business, industry, and international agencies. The center has been recognized as a leader in the development and
utilization of innovative techniques designed for management and security of the exams administered. BACT is the
only GED Testing Center in a three-county area.

Center for Teacher Certification provides training for those with a bachelor’s degree and subject competency to
become teachers in Texas. Candidates enter an internship as a first-year teacher and finish with a teaching certificate.
Educator training is also available for professional development and additional certifications, training for instructional
aides, online substitute teacher training, and childcare classes.

Community Programs provide a variety of programs to challenge the creative mind, increase and refine vocational
skills, and develop individuals personally. Community Programs provide a wide range of programs that promote life-
long learning. The Home and Garden program was awarded a National Exemplary Program Award.
        Interior Design Institute includes Floral Design, Landscape Design, and Horticulture. These programs offer
        premier training for individuals wanting to enter the specific industries.

       Institute of Language and Culture provides a variety of language classes which focus on speaking skills in a
       language.

       Personal Enrichment provides other programs that include recreational courses, arts and crafts, photography,
       financial seminars, State Theatre classes, Event and Wedding Planning, Assessment Test Preparation and
       many more.

Customized Training provides a one-stop source for training solutions for business, industry, and governmental
agencies. By collaborating with organizations to analyze learning needs, Customized Training will tailor educational
experiences that will develop employee talent and improve performance. Programs are flexible, on target, convenient
and a value-added resource, making Customized Training a partner in improved business results.

Workforce Development Center is designed to provide a wide range of training and educational opportunities for
individuals getting started in the workplace, furthering their current careers, or working to meet licensure/certification
requirements. The Center is made up of three Institutes that cover a wide range of industries.

       Health Professions Institute provides entry-level training opportunities for individuals beginning their career
       in healthcare. The Health Professions Institute also provides continuing education opportunities for current
       healthcare professionals needing this education as part of their recertification, relicensure, and/or professional
       development.

       High Technology Institute provides technology training through practical hands-on instruction for both new and
       experienced users. Courses range from computer fundamentals to web authoring, from software programming
       to AutoCAD training. The Technical Certification Programs include: Cisco, Oracle, Linux, CompTIA, Sun,
       Project Management, Microsoft, Video Game Development and more.

       Business & Industry Institute provides training for those starting or transitioning to a new career, meeting
       professional continuing education requirements, or simply expanding upon their existing skills in a variety of
       industry specific program areas. Program areas include job entry training, business development, professional
       development, professional continuing education, and apprenticeship training.


Source: Office of Continuing Education
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                                       Continuing Education
                                    Academic Year 2009 Programs

    Teacher Education                           Workforce Development Center
      • Teacher Certification                     • Health Professions Institute
      • ParaEducator Institute                       Advanced Skills
      • Professional Development for Teachers        Entry-Level Job Preparation
      • Substitute Teacher                              (i.e. Dental Assisting, Medical Assisting)
                                                     Basic Certification/Licensure
    Community Programs                                  (i.e. Nurse Aide, Massage Therapy)
     • Acting                                        Life Saving (i.e. CPR, ACLS, PALS)
     • Arts and Crafts                               Independent Study Courses
     • Assessment Test Preparation                   Professional Continuing Education
     • Building Construction                            (i.e. Nursing, Social Work)
     • Driving Safety                                Special Certificates
     • ESOL
     • Event Planning                            • Business & Industry Institute
     • Financial Programs                            Apprenticeship
     • Floral Design                                 Job Preparation
     • Home and Gardens                                 (i.e. Truck Driving, Automotive, Child Care Dev.)
     • Horticulture and Landscaping                  Certification/Licensure (i.e. Real Estate, Home Inspection)
     • Music                                         Management and Supervision Courses
     • Personal Enrichment                           Professional Continuing Education (i.e. Accounting)
     • Photography                                   Renewable Energy
     • Sports and Recreation                         Workplace Skills (i.e. Translator, Interpreter)
     • Summer Programs
     • Trips and Tours                           • High Technology Institute
     • Wedding Institute                             AutoCAD Training
     • Writing Institute                             Classroom and Online Courses
                                                     Computer Applications (i.e. Microsoft Office)
    Customized Training                              Programming
     • Contract Classes for Business,                Project Management
       Industry, Organizations and                   Technical Certifications (i.e. Microsoft, CISCO)
       Governmental Agencies                         Video Game Development
                                                     Webmaster
                                                     Wireless Technology




Source: Office of Continuing Education

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                                        Community Partnerships
Continuing Education maintains partnerships with local business and industry, as well as professional
accrediting entities, to provide education and training that remains responsive and current to the community’s
needs. Partnerships include:
Academy of General Dentistry (AGD)                           Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT)
American Heart Association (AHA)                             Oracle
American Institute of Architects                             Project Management Institute
American Society for Quality (ASQ)                           Seton Healthcare Network
Association of Contingency Planners                          St. David’s Healthcare Partnership
Austin APICS                                                 State Board for Educator Certification
Austin Chapter of the Texas Association of Addiction         State Theatre School of Acting
    Professionals                                            Sun Microsystems
Austin District Dental Hygienist’s Society
                                                             Texas Board of Nurse Examiners
Austin Information Systems Security Association
                                                             Texas Board of Nursing Facility Administrators
Austin Project Management Institute
                                                             Texas Board of Public Accountancy
Austin Travis County Mental Health and Mental
    Retardation                                              Texas Commission on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse
Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA)              Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
CISCO                                                        Texas Department of Health Board of Massage
CompTIA                                                      Texas Department of Human Services
Dental Assisting National Board                              Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS)
Entertech                                                    Texas Education Agency
Information Systems Security Association (ISSA)              Texas Notary Public Association
Insurance Institute of America                               Texas Nurses Association
International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans            Texas Real Estate Commission
International Schools Professional Driver Training           Texas State Board of Public Accountancy
Localization Advisory Board                                  Texas State Board of Social Work Examiners
Microsoft                                                    Texas State Florist Association
National Academies of Emergency Dispatch (NAED)              Transportation Professionals of Central Texas
National Certification Council for Activity Professionals     TX Certification Board of Alcohol and Drug Abuse
National Executive Housekeepers Association (NEHA)              Counselors
National Fire Prevention Association                         U.S. Department of Labor–Bureau of Apprenticeship
National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee            Training


                                          Testing Partnerships
Business Assessment Center - Continuing Education is aligned with numerous national and international Testing
Companies and Organizations in order to provide the Austin area with comprehensive coverage of professional testing
services. Some of our associates include:

ACT                                                               Consortium of College Testing Centers
ACT WorkKeys                                                      American Council on Education
Castle Worldwide                                                  Assessment Technologies Institute
Electrical Generator Systems Association                          Educational Testing Service
Iso-Quality Testing                                               General Educational Development Testing Service
Law School Admissions Council                                     Kryterion
National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies   Manufacturing Skill Standards Council
North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners             Pharmacy College Admission Council
Pearson VUE                                                       Prometric
PROV Exam Services                                                Texas Education Agency

Source: Office of Continuing Education
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                                             Continuing Education
                                            Student Characteristics
                                           Academic Year 2005 - 2009

                                                                                                                            05-09
                                     AY 2005            AY 2006             AY 2007        AY 2008          AY 2009         % chg

  Student Headcount                  10,295              9,721              10,517         12,032            11,511        11.81%

  Gender
   Male                           3,922   38.10%     3,803   39.12%     3,983 37.87%     5,035 41.85%     5,014 43.56%     27.84%
   Female                         6,373   61.90%     5,918   60.88%     6,534 62.13%     6,997 58.15%     6,497 56.44%      1.95%

  Ethnicity
    White                         6,031   58.58%     5,690   58.53%     6,055   57.57%   7,131   59.27%   6,940 60.29%      15.07%
    Black                         1,010    9.81%       957    9.84%       963    9.16%   1,046    8.69%     908 7.89%      -10.10%
    Hispanic                      2,050   19.91%     1,937   19.93%     2,293   21.80%   2,583   21.47%   2,601 22.60%      26.88%
    Asian/Pacific Islander          649    6.30%       653    6.72%       693    6.59%     814    6.77%     754 6.55%       16.18%
    Am. Indian/Alaskan Native        56    0.54%        64    0.66%        55    0.52%      63    0.52%      56 0.49%        0.00%
    Non-Resident Alien               71    0.69%        66    0.68%        76    0.72%      88    0.73%      58 0.50%      -18.31%
    Other/Unknown                   428    4.16%       354    3.64%       382    3.63%     307    2.55%     194 1.69%      -54.67%

  Age
   16 and Under                      85    0.83%        34    0.35%        77    0.73%     167    1.39%      94    0.82%    10.59%
   17                                27    0.26%         9    0.09%        52    0.49%      34    0.28%      20    0.17%   -25.93%
   18                                38    0.37%         9    0.09%       106    1.01%      70    0.58%      74    0.64%    94.74%
   19-21                            324    3.15%        95    0.98%       476    4.53%     485    4.03%     513    4.46%    58.33%
   22-24                            617    5.99%       376    3.87%       762    7.25%     759    6.31%     740    6.43%    19.94%
   25-30                          1,870   18.16%     1,639   16.86%     2,000   19.02%   2,211   18.38%   2,063   17.92%    10.32%
   31-35                          1,473   14.31%     1,434   14.75%     1,497   14.23%   1,712   14.23%   1,684   14.63%    14.32%
   36-50                          3,707   36.01%     3,577   36.80%     3,553   33.78%   4,230   35.16%   4,093   35.56%    10.41%
   51-64                          1,920   18.65%     2,153   22.15%     1,707   16.23%   2,084   17.32%   1,998   17.36%     4.06%
   65 and Over                      234    2.27%       393    4.04%       233    2.22%     280    2.33%     230    2.00%    -1.71%
   Unknown                            0    0.00%         2    0.02%        54    0.51%       0    0.00%       2    0.02%          .




NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability
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                                    Continuing Education
                           Annual Headcount by Region and Zip Code
                                  Academic Year 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                    05-09
   Region             Zip Code                  2004-05           2005-06   2006-07   2007-08       2008-09         % chg
   Austin, Central
     Austin             78701                          69             102       109         76            76       10.14%
     Austin             78703                         138             138       152        152           141        2.17%
     Austin             78705                         106             111       125        119           130       22.64%
     Austin             78712                           3               1         0          0             1      -66.67%
     Austin             78751                         127             109       120        132           112      -11.81%
     Austin             78752                         116             106       109        108           109       -6.03%
     Austin             78756                          68              52        76         94            91       33.82%
     Austin             78757                         234             218       205        213           188      -19.66%
     Total                                            861             837       896        894           848       -1.51%
     % of Grand Total                              8.36%           8.47%     8.52%      7.43%         7.37%

   Austin, East
     Austin                     78702                 150             113       107        160           146       -2.67%
     Austin                     78721                  60              58        59         59            68       13.33%
     Austin                     78722                  53              51        65         53            78       47.17%
     Austin                     78723                 215             155       156        184           173      -19.53%
     Total                                            478             377       387        456           465       -2.72%
     % of Grand Total                              4.64%           3.82%     3.68%      3.79%         4.04%

   Austin, North
     Austin                     78727                 275             307       279        318           298        8.36%
     Austin                     78728                 187             127       125        149           147      -21.39%
     Austin                     78758                 459             387       398        409           412      -10.24%
     Total                                            921             821       802        876           857       -6.95%
     % of Grand Total                              8.95%           8.31%     7.63%      7.28%         7.45%

   Austin, Northwest
     Austin                     78726                  77              67        61         95            78        1.30%
     Austin                     78730                  34              37        30         50            44       29.41%
     Austin                     78731                 245             227       244        256           224       -8.57%
     Austin                     78750                 142             154       161        173           159       11.97%
     Austin                     78759                 446             468       446        417           422       -5.38%
     Total                                            944             953       942        991           927       -1.80%
     % of Grand Total                              9.17%           9.64%     8.96%      8.24%         8.05%

   Austin/Travis County, South
     Manchaca            78652                        23               14        20         31            48     108.70%
     Austin              78704                       466              423       423        425           463      -0.64%
     Austin              78745                       484              454       504        532           531       9.71%
     Austin              78748                       289              281       294        350           364      25.95%
     Total                                         1,262            1,172     1,241      1,338         1,406      11.41%
     % of Grand Total                            12.26%           11.86%    11.80%     11.12%        12.21%

NOTE: Headcount is based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definition
      developed by ACC administration.

Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability
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                               Continuing Education
                 Annual Headcount by Region and Zip Code (continued)
                             Academic Year 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                       05-09
    Region              Zip Code                 2004-05          2005-06    2006-07       2007-08      2008-09        % chg
    Austin/Travis County, Southeast
      Del Valle           78617                        72              84          74            68            69      -4.17%
      Austin              78719                         6               8           8             3             6       0.00%
      Austin              78741                       294             294         289           332           304       3.40%
      Austin              78742                         9               7           7             4             4     -55.56%
      Austin              78744                       221             223         223           263           199      -9.95%
      Austin              78747                         1              54          87            83            72    7100.00%
      Total                                           603             670         688           753           654       8.46%
      % of Grand Total                             5.86%           6.78%       6.54%         6.26%         5.68%

    Austin/Travis County, Southwest
      Austin              78735                        77              76          86            90            83       7.79%
      Austin              78736                        61              61          55            57            47     -22.95%
      Austin              78739                        60              79          71            80            90      50.00%
      Austin              78746                       117             160         155           193           190      62.39%
      Austin              78749                       234             240         249           296           299      27.78%
      Total                                           549             616         616           716           709      29.14%
      % of Grand Total                             5.33%           6.23%       5.86%         5.95%         6.16%

    Bastrop County¹
      Bastrop                    78602                 95              65          70            76            65    -31.58%
      Cedar Creek                78612                 51              35          30            43            44    -13.73%
      Elgin                      78621                 68              54          50            67            76     11.76%
      McDade                     78650                  1               6           2             6             5    400.00%
      Paige                      78659                 11               5           7             9            12      9.09%
      Red Rock                   78662                  9               4           5             8            11     22.22%
      Rosanky                    78953                  2               1           2             0             1    -50.00%
      Smithville                 78957                 35              27          22            27            25    -28.57%
      Total                                           272             197         188           236           239    -12.13%
      % of Grand Total                             2.64%           1.99%       1.79%         1.96%         2.08%

    Blanco County¹
      Blanco                     78606                  9              0           2              3             6    -33.33%
      Johnson City               78636                  3              3           2              7             9    200.00%
      Round Mountain             78663                  0              2           0              1             1          .
      Total                                            12              5           4             11            16     33.33%
      % of Grand Total                             0.12%           0.05%       0.04%         0.09%         0.14%




1
    These numbers do not represent total headcount for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county.

NOTE: Headcount is based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definition
      developed by ACC administration.

Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability

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                               Continuing Education
                 Annual Headcount by Region and Zip Code (continued)
                             Academic Year 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                      05-09
    Region             Zip Code                  2004-05          2005-06    2006-07       2007-08      2008-09       % chg
    Burnet County¹
      Bertram            78605                         17               9          10             8             9    -47.06%
      Briggs             78608                          0               1           0             2             1          .
      Burnet             78611                         11              15          13            13            22    100.00%
      Marble Falls       78654                         22              23          17            22            35     59.09%
      Total                                            50              48          40            45            67     34.00%
      % of Grand Total                             0.49%           0.49%       0.38%         0.37%         0.58%

    Caldwell County¹
      Dale                       78616                 20              14          12            17             8    -60.00%
      Lockhart                   78644                 40              33          38            58            50     25.00%
      Luling                     78648                  4               5           7            12             9    125.00%
      Martindale                 78655                  2               3          10             6             7    250.00%
      Maxwell                    78656                  5               1           4             3             2    -60.00%
      Total                                            71              56          71            96            76      7.04%
      % of Grand Total                             0.69%           0.57%       0.68%         0.80%         0.66%

    Cedar Park/Leander
      Cedar Park                 78613                429             409         419           576           497    15.85%
      Leander                    78641                252             246         259           272           243    -3.57%
      Liberty Hill               78642                 24              20          23            34            28    16.67%
      Total                                           705             675         701           882           768     8.94%
      % of Grand Total                             6.85%           6.83%       6.67%         7.33%         6.67%

    Georgetown/North Williamson County
      Florence           76527           12                             9          18            16            16     33.33%
      Granger            76530           11                             6           7             6             7    -36.36%
      Jarrell            76537            6                             5           8            17            12    100.00%
      Georgetown         78626           83                            68          75            99            79     -4.82%
      Georgetown         78628          116                           109         105           108           119      2.59%
      Georgetown         78633            0                             0           0            26            28          .
      Total                             228                           197         213           272           261     14.47%
      % of Grand Total               2.21%                         1.99%       2.03%         2.26%         2.27%




1
    These numbers do not represent total headcount for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county.

NOTE: Headcount is based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definition
      developed by ACC administration.

Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability

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                               Continuing Education
                 Annual Headcount by Region and Zip Code (continued)
                             Academic Year 2005 - 2009

                                                                                                                      05-09
    Region              Zip Code                 2004-05          2005-06    2006-07       2007-08       2008-09      % chg
    Gillespie County¹
       Fredericksburg    78624                         12              12          4             17            21    75.00%
       Harper             78631                         0               1          1              1             2         .
       Stonewall         78671                          0               0          0              1             0         .
       Total                                           12              13          5             19            23    91.67%
       % of Grand Total                            0.12%           0.13%       0.05%         0.16%         0.20%

    Gonzales County
      Nixon                      78140                  .               .          1             1             1         .
      Gonzales                   78629                  .               .          2             4             3         .
      Ottine                     78658                  .               .          0             1             0         .
      Total                                            0               0           3             6             4         .
      % of Grand Total                             0.00%           0.00%       0.00%         0.05%         0.03%

    Hays County¹
      Buda                       78610                 51              65          77           103            92     80.39%
      Driftwood                  78619                  7               9          13            16            16    128.57%
      Dripping Springs           78620                 43              37          45            70            78     81.40%
      Kyle                       78640                106             107         112           149           150     41.51%
      San Marcos                 78666                 98              88         122           149            83    -15.31%
      San Marcos                 78667                  0               0           0            13             8          .
      Wimberley                  78676                 29              24          32            43            40     37.93%
      Austin                     78737                 37              59          43            71            84    127.03%
      Total                                           371             389         444           614           551     48.52%
      % of Grand Total                             3.60%           3.94%       4.22%         5.10%         4.79%

    Manor/East Travis County
      Manor              78653                         94              86          96           114            84    -10.64%
      Austin             78724                         89              72          83            93            80    -10.11%
      Austin             78725                         25              20          35            33            35     40.00%
      Total                                           208             178         214           240           199     -4.33%
      % of Grand Total                             2.02%           1.80%       2.03%         1.99%         1.73%

    Pflugerville/Northeast Travis County
       Pflugerville         78660           305                       283         339           435           389     27.54%
       Austin               78753           391                       358         353           382           346    -11.51%
       Austin               78754            79                        98          80           110            94     18.99%
       Total                                775                       739         772           927           829      6.97%
       % of Grand Total                  7.53%                     7.48%       7.34%         7.70%         7.20%



1
    These numbers do not represent total headcount for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county.

NOTE: Headcount is based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definition
      developed by ACC administration.

Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability

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                              Continuing Education
                Annual Headcount by Region and Zip Code (continued)
                            Academic Year 2005 - 2009
                                                                                                                    05-09
   Region             Zip Code                   2004-05          2005-06   2006-07    2007-08      2008-09         % chg
   Round Rock
     Round Rock        78664                          411             412       403         462          417        1.46%
     Round Rock        78665                            0               0         0         100          165            .
     Round Rock        78681                          202             209       213         274          285       41.09%
     Austin             78717                         102              71       104         145          139       36.27%
     Austin             78729                         177             167       170         205          183        3.39%
     Total                                            892             859       890       1,186        1,189       33.30%
     % of Grand Total                              8.66%           8.69%     8.46%       9.86%       10.33%

   Taylor/Hutto/East Williamson County
     Taylor                76574           57                          32        27          42           38      -33.33%
     Thrall                76578            4                           6         3           4            3      -25.00%
     Coupland              78615            5                           4         4           5            8       60.00%
     Hutto                 78634           55                          56        63          85           79       43.64%
     Total                                121                          98        97         136          128        5.79%
     % of Grand Total                  1.18%                       0.99%     0.92%       1.13%        1.11%

   West Travis County
     Leander                    78645                  53              59        51          55           53       0.00%
     Spicewood                  78669                  13              19        16          19           32     146.15%
     Austin                     78732                  30              27        45          54           56      86.67%
     Austin                     78733                  25              27        38          29           40      60.00%
     Austin                     78734                  60              75        61          84           80      33.33%
     Austin                     78738                  27              30        33          39           41      51.85%
     Total                                            208             237       244         280          302      45.19%
     % of Grand Total                              2.02%           2.40%     2.32%       2.33%        2.62%

   Other/Unknown                                      752             745     1,059       1,058          993       32.05%
     % of Grand Total                              7.30%           7.54%    10.10%       8.79%        8.63%

      Grand Total                                 10,295            9,882    10,517     12,032        11,511       11.81%




NOTE: Headcount is based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definition
      developed by ACC administration.

Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability
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                                               Continuing Education
                                         Annual Headcount by Zip Code Map
                                                Academic Year 2009

           78611         78605       78642                 78642
                                                                                78628
                                                                                                      78626
       BURNET
                                                 78641         £
                                                               ¤
                                                               183

                                                                                                                      78634                76574
                           78654                                                   78681

                                                                     78613                    § 78664
                                                                                              ¨
                                                                                              ¦35
                                                                                                                          WILLIAMSON
                                                                              78717
                                                                                                               78660                      78615
                                                                                78729        78728
                                         78645                          78750
                                                                78726                 78727
                  78669
                                                                                         1
        78654
                             78669                           78750 78759
                                                  78732                 7875878753
                                            78734       78730
                                                                       78757                                                       £
                                                                                                                                   ¤
                                                                                                                                   290

                                                                 78731          78754
                    TRAVIS           78738
                                                                    7875678752
                                     71
                                                78733                  7875178723                                         78653
                                                                                                                                             78621
                                                            78746 78703 78722       78724
                                                                   78705
                                                                              78721
                                         78736       78735         7870178702
                                                                               78704            78742

                    78620
                                                    £
                                                    ¤290                                78741        78725
                                                              78749      78745
                                                                                                    78719
                                                                                                                                             78602
                                                           78739                      78744                                              78602
                                             78737
                                                                      78748                    78719         78617
                                                           78652 78652                                                        BASTROP 78602
                                                                                 78747
                            HAYS
                                 78619                                                          78719                           78612
                                               78610                   §
                                                                       ¨
                                                                       ¦35

                                                                                               £
       ±                                                                                       ¤
                                                                                               183
                  78676
                                                     78640                                                  78616
       4      2      0           4        8 Miles                                             78644                                  78662     78662


                                                           Highways                                  CE Enrollment
                                                                                                            none
                                                           Lakes
                                                                                                            1 - 100
                                                           ACC Tax Jurisdiction
                                                                                                            101 - 200
                                                           Counties                                         201 - 300
                                                            Zip Code                                        301 - 400
                                                                                                            401 - 500
                                                                                                            > 500




NOTE: Headcount is based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database.

Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability
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                                           Continuing Education
                                       Annual Headcount by Zip Code
                                         Academic Year 2005 - 2009

                                                                                     AY   AY         AY       AY       AY     05-09
    Zip Code                       Region                                          2005 2006       2007     2008     2009     % chg

     76527     Florence            Georgetown/North Williamson County                12       9      18       16      16     33.33%
     76530     Granger             Georgetown/North Williamson County                11       6       7        6       7    -36.36%
     76537     Jarrell             Georgetown/North Williamson County                 6       5       8       17      12    100.00%
     76574     Taylor              Taylor/Hutto/East Williamson County               57      32      27       42      38    -33.33%
     76578     Thrall              Taylor/Hutto/East Williamson County                4       6       3        4       3    -25.00%
     78140     Nixon               Gonzales County                                    .       .       1        1       1           .
     78602     Bastrop             Bastrop County¹                                   95      65      70       76      65    -31.58%
     78605     Bertram             Burnet County¹                                    17       9      10        8       9    -47.06%
     78606     Blanco              Blanco County¹                                     9       0       2        3       6    -33.33%
     78608     Briggs              Burnet County¹                                     0       1       0        2       1           .
     78610     Buda                Hays County¹                                      51      65      77      103      92     80.39%
     78611     Burnet              Burnet County¹                                    11      15      13       13      22    100.00%
     78612     Cedar Creek         Bastrop County¹                                   51      35      30       43      44    -13.73%
     78613     Cedar Park          Cedar Park/Leander                               429     409     419      576     497     15.85%
     78615     Coupland            Taylor/Hutto/East Williamson County                5       4       4        5       8     60.00%
     78616     Dale                Caldwell County¹                                  20      14      12       17       8    -60.00%
     78617     Del Valle           Austin/Travis County, Southeast                   72      84      74       68      69     -4.17%
     78619     Driftwood           Hays County¹                                       7       9      13       16      16    128.57%
     78620     Dripping Springs    Hays County¹                                      43      37      45       70      78     81.40%
     78621     Elgin               Bastrop County¹                                   68      54      50       67      76     11.76%
     78624     Fredericksburg      Gillespie County¹                                 12      12       4       17      21     75.00%
     78626     Georgetown          Georgetown/North Williamson County                83      68      75       99      79     -4.82%
     78628     Georgetown          Georgetown/North Williamson County               116     109     105      108     119      2.59%
     78629     Gonzales            Gonzales County                                    .       .       2        4       3           .
     78631     Harper              Gillespie County¹                                  0       1       1        1       2           .
     78633     Georgetown          Georgetown/North Williamson County                 .       .       1       26      28           .
     78634     Hutto               Taylor/Hutto/East Williamson County               55      56      63       85      79     43.64%
     78636     Johnson City        Blanco County¹                                     3       3       2        7       9    200.00%
     78640     Kyle                Hays County¹                                     106     107     112      149     150     41.51%
     78641     Leander             Cedar Park/Leander                               252     246     259      272     243     -3.57%
     78642     Liberty Hill        Cedar Park/Leander                                24      20      23       34      28     16.67%
     78644     Lockhart            Caldwell County¹                                  40      33      38       58      50     25.00%
     78645     Leander             West Travis County                                53      59      51       55      53      0.00%
     78648     Luling              Caldwell County¹                                   4       5       7       12       9    125.00%
     78650     McDade              Bastrop County¹                                    1       6       2        6       5    400.00%
     78652     Manchaca            Austin/Travis County, South                       23      14      20       31      48    108.70%




1
    These numbers do not represent total headcount for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county.

NOTE: Headcount is based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definition
      developed by ACC administration.

Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability
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                                     Continuing Education
                            Annual Headcount by Zip Code (continued)
                                   Academic Year 2005 - 2009
                                                                                     AY   AY        AY       AY        AY     05-09
    Zip Code                       Region                                          2005 2006      2007     2008      2009     % chg

     78653     Manor               Manor/East Travis County                          94     86      96      114       84    -10.64%
     78654     Marble Falls        Burnet County¹                                    22     23      17       22       35     59.09%
     78655     Martindale          Caldwell County¹                                   2      3      10        6        7    250.00%
     78656     Maxwell             Caldwell County¹                                   5      1       4        3        2    -60.00%
     78658     Ottine              Gonzales County                                    .      .       .        1        0           .
     78659     Paige               Bastrop County¹                                   11      5       7        9       12      9.09%
     78660     Pflugerville        Pflugerville/Northeast Travis County             305    283     339      435      389     27.54%
     78662     Red Rock            Bastrop County¹                                    9      4       5        8       11     22.22%
     78663     Round Mountain      Blanco County¹                                     0      2       0        1        1           .
     78664     Round Rock          Round Rock                                       411    412     403      462      417      1.46%
     78665     Round Rock          Round Rock                                         .      .       1      100      165           .
     78666     San Marcos          Hays County¹                                      98     88     122      149       83    -15.31%
     78667     San Marcos          Hays County¹                                       .      .       1       13        8           .
     78669     Spicewood           West Travis County                                13     19      16       19       32    146.15%
     78671     Stonewall           Gillespie County¹                                  0      0       0        1        0           .
     78676     Wimberley           Hays County¹                                      29     24      32       43       40     37.93%
     78681     Round Rock          Round Rock                                       202    209     213      274      285     41.09%
     78701     Austin              Austin, Central                                   69    102     109       76       76     10.14%
     78702     Austin              Austin, East                                     150    113     107      160      146     -2.67%
     78703     Austin              Austin, Central                                  138    138     152      152      141      2.17%
     78704     Austin              Austin/Travis County, South                      466    423     423      425      463     -0.64%
     78705     Austin              Austin, Central                                  106    111     125      119      130     22.64%
     78712     Austin              Austin, Central                                    3      1       0        0        1    -66.67%
     78717     Austin              Round Rock                                       102     71     104      145      139     36.27%
     78719     Austin              Austin/Travis County, Southeast                    6      8       8        3        6      0.00%
     78721     Austin              Austin, East                                      60     58      59       59       68     13.33%
     78722     Austin              Austin, East                                      53     51      65       53       78     47.17%
     78723     Austin              Austin, East                                     215    155     156      184      173    -19.53%
     78724     Austin              Manor/East Travis County                          89     72      83       93       80    -10.11%
     78725     Austin              Manor/East Travis County                          25     20      35       33       35     40.00%
     78726     Austin              Austin, Northwest                                 77     67      61       95       78      1.30%
     78727     Austin              Austin, North                                    275    307     279      318      298      8.36%
     78728     Austin              Austin, North                                    187    127     125      149      147    -21.39%
     78729     Austin              Round Rock                                       177    167     170      205      183      3.39%
     78730     Austin              Austin, Northwest                                 34     37      30       50       44     29.41%
     78731     Austin              Austin, Northwest                                245    227     244      256      224     -8.57%




1
    These numbers do not represent total headcount for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county.

NOTE: Headcount is based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definition
      developed by ACC administration.

Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability
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                                     Continuing Education
                            Annual Headcount by Zip Code (continued)
                                   Academic Year 2005 - 2009
                                                                                    AY AY           AY      AY         AY   05-09
    Zip Code                      Region                                          2005 2006       2007    2008       2009   % chg

     78732     Austin             West Travis County                                30     27    45    54             56 86.67%
     78733     Austin             West Travis County                                25     27    38    29             40 60.00%
     78734     Austin             West Travis County                                60     75    61    84             80 33.33%
     78735     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Southwest                   77     76    86    90             83    7.79%
     78736     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Southwest                   61     61    55    57             47 -22.95%
     78737     Austin             Hays County¹                                      37     59    43    71             84 127.03%
     78738     Austin             West Travis County                                27     30    33    39             41 51.85%
     78739     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Southwest                   60     79    71    80             90 50.00%
     78741     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Southeast                  294    294   289   332            304    3.40%
     78742     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Southeast                    9      7     7     4              4 -55.56%
     78744     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Southeast                  221    223   223   263            199   -9.95%
     78745     Austin             Austin/Travis County, South                      484    454   504   532            531    9.71%
     78746     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Southwest                  117    160   155   193            190 62.39%
     78747     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Southeast                    1     54    87    83             72 7100.00%
     78748     Austin             Austin/Travis County, South                      289    281   294   350            364 25.95%
     78749     Austin             Austin/Travis County, Southwest                  234    240   249   296            299 27.78%
     78750     Austin             Austin, Northwest                                142    154   161   173            159 11.97%
     78751     Austin             Austin, Central                                  127    109   120   132            112 -11.81%
     78752     Austin             Austin, Central                                  116    106   109   108            109   -6.03%
     78753     Austin             Pflugerville/Northeast Travis County             391    358   353   382            346 -11.51%
     78754     Austin             Pflugerville/Northeast Travis County              79     98    80   110             94 18.99%
     78756     Austin             Austin, Central                                   68     52    76    94             91 33.82%
     78757     Austin             Austin, Central                                  234    218   205   213            188 -19.66%
     78758     Austin             Austin, North                                    459    387   398   409            412 -10.24%
     78759     Austin             Austin, Northwest                                446    468   446   417            422   -5.38%
     78953     Rosanky            Bastrop County¹                                    2      1     2     0              1 -50.00%
     78957     Smithville         Bastrop County¹                                   35     27    22    27             25 -28.57%
                                  Other/Unknown                                    752    745 1,062 1,058            993 32.05%
                                  GRAND TOTAL                                   10,295 9,882 10,517 12,032 11,511           11.81%




1
    These numbers do not represent total headcount for the county due to zip codes that span more than one county.

NOTE: Headcount is based on zip code data as reported and entered in the ACC database. Zip code regions are based on definition
      developed by ACC administration.

Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability

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                                            Continuing Education
                                        Course Enrollment by Location
                                             Academic Year 2009
                                                                                                   Percent of
                         Location                                                       2008-09         Total
                         A Sculpture Studio                                                 10         0.04%
                         Anderson High School                                                8         0.03%
                         Art Glass Fusing Center                                            81         0.34%
                         Associated Builders & Contract                                     11         0.05%
                         Austin Fire Department                                            426         1.78%
                         Austin Self Defense                                                13         0.05%
                         Bastrop High School                                                 3         0.01%
                         Bob Wentz Park At Windy Point                                       7         0.03%
                         Buckner Villas Retirement Comm                                     46         0.19%
                         Carpenters Hall (JATC)1                                            42         0.18%
                         Concordia Academy                                                  40         0.17%
                         Contract Training Location                                        507         2.12%
                         Crockett High School                                               16         0.07%
                         Custom Cycle & Machine                                             35         0.15%
                         Cypress Creek Campus (ACC)                                        327         1.37%
                         D Ette Dance Studio                                                 2         0.01%
                         Dance International                                                97         0.41%
                         Dancer's Workshop                                                  19         0.08%
                         Decola & Eusebi Studio                                             23         0.10%
                         East by South East Studios, Ll                                     20         0.08%
                         Eastview Campus (ACC)                                             895         3.74%
                         Gary Job Corp                                                      26         0.11%
                         Georgetown High School                                             59         0.25%
                         Georgetown Wesleyan Nursing                                        71         0.30%
                         Govalle Care Center                                                95         0.40%
                         Harvey Penick Golf Campus                                          21         0.09%
                         Hay's County Sheriff's Office                                      68         0.28%
                         Henna Chevrolet                                                     1         0.00%
                         Highland Business Center (ACC)                                 16,550        69.22%
                         Intertech Flooring                                                 34         0.14%
                         Iron Works (JATC)                                                 157         0.66%
                         Leander High School                                                21         0.09%
                         Muchison Middle School                                              4         0.02%
                         Morris Williams Golf Course                                         7         0.03%
                         Northridge Campus (ACC)                                           916         3.83%
                         Out Back Stables                                                    8         0.03%
                         Pinnacle Campus (ACC)                                             100         0.42%
                         Pioneer Farms                                                      72         0.30%
                         Raindrop Turkish Cultural Center                                   25         0.10%
                         Rio Grande Campus (ACC)                                           443         1.85%
                         Riverside Campus (ACC)                                          1,190         4.98%
                         Round Rock Higher Education Center                                 43         0.18%
                         South Austin Campus (ACC)                                         630         2.64%
                         State Theater School Acting                                       443         1.85%
                         Stonebridge Health Center, Inc                                     85         0.36%
                         Stony Point High School                                             6         0.03%
                         Texas Rowing Center                                                31         0.13%
                         The Carver Center                                                   3         0.01%
                         Town Lake Animal Shelter                                           25         0.10%
                         Vino 100                                                            6         0.03%
                         Williamson County Workforce                                       129         0.54%
                         YMCA East Communities                                              11         0.05%
                         TOTAL                                                          23,908      100.00%
1
    JATC is an abbreviation for Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committees.

NOTE:       Students who enroll in more than one course are counted once for each course. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability

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                                   Continuing Education
                             Course Enrollment by Program Area
                                    Academic Year 2009

                                                         AY          AY       AY         AY          AY        05-09
Program Area                                           2005        2006     2007       2008        2009        % chg

Apprenticeship                                          282         313      300        288         232      -17.73%
Business & Industry Institute                         3,418        2,990    2,889     5,968     10,020      193.15%
Community Programs                                    1,746        3,717    4,394     4,575       4,625     164.89%
Computer Applications                                 1,912        1,824    2,095     2,488       2,017        5.49%
Customized Training                                   2,901        1,762    2,077     2,230       2,097      -27.71%
Health Professions Institute                          4,516        3,832    3,818     6,466       3,592      -20.46%
High Technology Institute                               584         756      954      1,129         749       28.25%
Independent Study                                         27        109        51         51           9     -66.67%

Job Entry Preparation1                                  695            .       80           .           .             .

Management and Supervision2                               26           .         .          .           .             .
Non Profit Organizations                                    .        35         2       105          18               .
Teacher Certification                                   401         437      362        376         549       36.91%

Truck Driving3                                          425         495      242            .           .             .

TOTAL                                               16,933 16,270          17,264    23,676     23,908        41.19%




 1
     Some of these programs have been discontinued due to changing regional demand, and the remainder of the them are now
      included in the Business & Industry Institute numbers.
 2
     These programs are now included in the Business & Industry Institute numbers.
 3
     Truck Driving has been rolled into Business & Industry Institute beginning in Academic Year 2008.

 NOTE: Students who enroll in more than one course are counted once for each course. Percents may not add to 100 due to
       rounding.

 Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability

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                                           Adult Education

This section can be used for finding:

     • components of the Adult Education Program.
     • statistics on program enrollments, participants, and completers.
     • statistics on GED graduates.




                                                          Contents
Useful Terms ........................................................................................................................138
Overview ..............................................................................................................................139
Community Partnerships .....................................................................................................140
Total Enrollments, Participants, and Completers .................................................................141
Participants by Gender ........................................................................................................142
Participants by Ethnicity ......................................................................................................143
GED Graduates ...................................................................................................................144
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                                         Useful Terms

  Completer - a student who takes a baseline assessment and completes the course post assessment.

  Enrollment - all individuals served who complete the orientation process for the Adult Basic Education,
  GED, or English-as-a-Second Language program and receives a baseline assessment.

  General Education Development (GED) - an exam for students whose high school education
  was interrupted.

  GED Graduate - a student who successfully passed the General Education Development
  (GED) exam.

  Participant - a student who completes all required baseline assessments and 12 instructional
  contact hours in the Adult Basic Education, GED, or English-as-a-Second Language program.

  TEA - Texas Education Agency; evaluates and provides partial funding for the Adult
  Education Program.




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                                           Adult Education
                                             Overview

Austin Community College has served as the primary sponsor of the Adult Education Program of the
Travis County Co-op since September 1973. The program is funded annually and evaluated by the
Texas Education Agency (TEA). The federal portion of the funding is provided by the US Department
of Education through TEA. The state portion of the funding is provided by the State of Texas. Local
funding is also provided by Austin Community College District.


                                                 Programs

The Adult Education Program includes the following components:

1.   English-as-a-Second Language (ESL) Programs

      English-as-a-Second Language (ESL) provides basic language skills classes for adults whose
      native language is not English.

      The English Literacy & Citizenship program provides English language and civics instruction in
      order to prepare immigrants for US citizenship and essential life skills in the multicultural American
      community.

      The Adult Education for Corrections and Institutions program provides ESL preparation classes for
      inmates of city and county correctional facilities (Travis County Correctional Complex in Del Valle).

      Vocational English as a Second Language (VESL) programs combine occupationally specific
      training with English language support. The flagship program is the popular collaboration with
      Continuing Education for ESL /Certified Nurse Aide.

2.   Adult Basic Education Programs

      General Adult Basic Education (ABE) classes are provided for adults whose reading, writing, and
      arithmetic skills are below the ninth-grade level. These classes, which consist of both self-paced
      and group instruction, are also part of the entry component of adult secondary or GED preparation.

            Basic Literacy and Students with Learning Differences. Wilson Reading Program instruction is
            available in ABE beginning/literacy level classes. Wilson is a systemized reading curriculum that
            targets persons with encoding and/or decoding deficits, including those with dyslexia.

            ESL transition to ABE classes provide higher level reading and writing instruction to second
            language learners (with the goal of obtaining a GED) before they move to a more content-
            focused ABE/GED class.

      General Education Development (GED) classes cover five areas: writing, social studies, science,
      reading, and math. GED classes are designed to assist students in preparing for the GED Exam
      and to offer life and job readiness skills.

Source: Office of Adult Education
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                                       Adult Education
                                     Overview (continued)

      ABE/GED for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Courses are designed for deaf and hard of hearing
      students. The curriculum integrates ESL and ABE/GED materials/techniques to assist students’
      acquisition of academic English and aid their understanding of the five GED content areas.
      Instruction is highly visual and taught in American Sign Language.

      The GED Academy is a short-term, intensive, subject-focused preparatory course. The Academy is
      designed to give students who have passed at least 3 of the five official GED exams and are close to
      completing the remainder with an extra boost in Writing and/or Math. Both classes integrate
      T-COM review materials in order to allow students to glimpse what will be required in college.

3.   College Readiness Programs

      The Capital Idea THEA Academy is a long-time partnership with Capital Idea. This program is part
      of a long-term ESL, GED, College Readiness, and College training pipeline.

      Adult Education pursues grant funding from the Texas Education Agency and The Higher Education
      Coordinating Board to run various college readiness programs.

      Adult Education conducts “College Connection” events in order to recruit Adult Education students
      into college programs.




                                      Community Partnerships

In accordance with TEA guidelines, Adult Education maintains a variety of partnerships in the community
to deliver services as a co-operative. Current partners are listed below.

      Advocacy and Outreach                      Housing Authority of the City of Austin
      American Youthworks                        Lifeworks
      Austin Area Urban League                   Lifeworks Literacy Programs
      Austin Independent School District         Manor Independent School District
      Austin Public Libraries                    Pflugerville Independent School District
      Austin State Hospital                      Round Rock Independent School District
      Capital Idea                               Southwest Key Program
      Central Texas Communities in Schools       Travis County Community Supervision and Correction
      Central Texas Literacy Coalition           Travis County Sheriff’s Office
      Cristo Rey Catholic Church                 Wells Branch Public Library
      Del Valle Independent School District      Workforce Solutions Capital Area
      El Buen Samaritano                         University of Texas at Austin




Source: Office of Adult Education
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                                       ADULT EDUCATION
                         Total Enrollments1, Participants2, and Completers3
                                    Academic Years 2005 - 2009


                                                     2004-05           2005-06           2006-07          2007-08           2008-09
      TEA Enrollment Targets                            3,181              3,300            2,900            3,280             3,200
      Total Enrollment                                   3,158             3,304            2,960             2,718             3,371


      Total Participants                                 3,065             3,111            2,922             2,712             3,277


      TEA Completer Targets                               55%               60%              65%               66%               67%
      Percent Completers                                   56%              65%               66%               68%              72%
      Total Completers                                   1,718             2,037            1,937             1,836             2,348




                 4,000

                 3,000
         Total




                 2,000

                 1,000

                    0
                              2004-05              2005-06               2006-07               2007-08               2008-09

                                                     Enrollment             Participants           Completers




1
    All individuals served who complete the orientation process for the Adult Basic Education, GED, or English-as-a-Second Language program and
    receives a baseline assessment.
2
    A student who completes all required baseline assessments and 12 instructional contact hours in the Adult Basic Education, GED, or
    English-as-a-Second Language program.
3
    A student who takes a baseline assessment and completes the course post assessment.

Source: Office of Adult Education

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                                                ADULT EDUCATION
                                               Participants1 by Gender
                                             Academic Years 2005 - 2009

     Gender                            2004-05             2005-06             2006-07              2007-08             2008-09
     Male                                 1,330               1,303               1,193                1,060               1,351
      % of Total                        43.39%              41.88%              40.83%               39.09%              41.23%

     Female                               1,735               1,808               1,729                1,652               1,926
      % of Total                        56.61%              58.12%              59.17%               60.91%              58.77%

     TOTAL                                 3,065               3,111               2,922               2,712                3,277




                     2,500

                     2,000
       Particpants




                     1,500

                     1,000

                      500

                        0
                             2004-05            2005-06             2006-07              2007-08              2008-09

                                                                 Male      Female




1
    A student who completes all required baseline assessments and 12 instructional contact hours in the Adult Basic Education, GED, or
    English-as-a-Second Language program.

NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Office of Adult Education
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                                                    ADULT EDUCATION
                                                  Participants1 by Ethnicity
                                                 Academic Years 2005 - 2009

      Ethnicity                                     2004-05          2005-06         2006-07          2007-08           2008-09
      White                                                 213            301             244              223              264
       % of Total                                        6.95%          9.68%           8.35%            8.22%            8.06%

      Hispanic                                         2,387            2,409           2,214            2,083             2,511
        % of Total                                   77.88%           77.43%          75.77%           76.81%            76.62%

      Black                                              317               273            307               231              304
        % of Total                                   10.34%             8.78%         10.51%             8.52%            9.28%

      Asian/Pacific Islander                                134            114             143              167              188
       % of Total                                        4.37%          3.66%           4.89%            6.16%            5.74%

      Am. Indian/Alaskan Native                              14             14              14               8                10
       % of Total                                        0.46%          0.45%           0.48%            0.29%            0.31%

      TOTAL                                              3,065           3,111           2,922            2,712            3,277

                        4,000
                        3,500
                        3,000
         Participants




                        2,500
                        2,000
                        1,500
                        1,000
                         500
                           0
                                    2004-05        2005-06              2006-07             2007-08              2008-09

                            White     Hispanic   Black      Asian/Pacific Islander    Am. Indian/Alaskan Native




1
    A student who completes all required baseline assessments and 12 instructional contact hours in the Adult Basic Education, GED, or
    English-as-a-Second Language program.

NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Office of Adult Education

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                                                 ADULT EDUCATION
                                                   GED Graduates
                                              Academic Years 2005 - 2009

                                             2004-05   2005-06          2006-07       2007-08         2008-09
                               1
           Graduates                            152         172             251             232            292




                         350

                         300

                         250
             Graduates




                         200

                         150

                         100

                         50

                          0
                                   2004-05       2005-06       2006-07          2007-08           2008-09




1
    Students who successfully passed the General Education Development (GED) exam in the Adult Education Program.

Source: Office of Adult Education

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                                                   Faculty & Staff
This section can be used for finding:
      • the number and percentage of personnel by ethnicity, gender, and classification.
      • the number and percentage of faculty by age, ethnicity, gender, and dean area.



                                                                  Contents
Useful Terms ...................................................................................................................................... 146
Staffing Table Personnel by Classification ......................................................................................... 147
  Classified Personnel ....................................................................................................................... 148
  Administrative and Professional/Technical Personnel .................................................................... 148
Staffing Table Personnel by Ethnicity and Gender ............................................................................. 149
  Classified Personnel ....................................................................................................................... 150
  Professional/Technical Personnel ................................................................................................... 151
  Administrative Personnel ................................................................................................................ 152
  Grant Personnel.............................................................................................................................. 153
Faculty ............................................................................................................................................... 154
  Highest Degree Earned by Faculty Type ........................................................................................ 154
  Full-time Faculty by Age and Gender ............................................................................................. 155
  Full-time Faculty by Ethnicity and Gender ...................................................................................... 156
  Full-time Faculty by Dean Area....................................................................................................... 157
  Adjunct Faculty by Age and Gender ............................................................................................... 158
  Adjunct Faculty by Ethnicity and Gender ........................................................................................ 159
  Adjunct Faculty by Dean Area ........................................................................................................ 160
  Credit Teaching Faculty .................................................................................................................. 161
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                                      Useful Terms

Adjunct faculty – non-staffing table employees appointed on a course-by-course basis to teach
college credit and certificate program courses.

Administrative personnel – staffing table employees who are exempt from receiving overtime pay,
are paid on a monthly basis, and are considered upper management.

Classified personnel – non-exempt staffing table personnel including Administrative Assistants, Building
Attendants, Clerks, Library Assistants, Technical Staff Assistants, some Technicians, etc.

Credit teaching faculty – faculty who teach college credit courses (includes staffing table full-time
and non-staffing table adjunct faculty).

Full-time faculty – staffing table employees with faculty status including counselors and librarians.

Grant personnel – employees whose salaries are funded by sources other than Austin Community
College and who are eligible for benefits and accrue leave.

Professional/technical personnel – staffing table employees who are exempt from overtime pay
and who are paid on a monthly basis.

Staffing table personnel – employees who are eligible for benefits and accrue leave.

Temporary full-time faculty – adjunct faculty who teach a full-time load on a temporary basis and
receive benefits.




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                                  Staffing Table Personnel by Classification
                                               Fall 1987 - 2009

                                         Fall         Full-time Admin. and
                                      Semester        Faculty1 Prof./Tech.2 Classified                       Total
                                        1987           226         105          291                           622
                                        1988           235         112          290                           637
                                        1989           247         118          324                           689
                                        1990           261         132          342                           735
                                        1991           267         135          334                           736
                                        1992           271         149          350                           770
                                        1993           284         159          364                           807
                                        1994           308         147          350                           805
                                        1995           325         161          385                           871
                                        1996           336         203          356                           895
                                        1997           344         210          345                           899
                                        1998           355         232          400                           987
                                        1999           381         289          432                         1,102
                                        2000           438         326          454                         1,218
                                        2001           424         366          499                         1,289
                                        2002           421         382          493                         1,296
                                        2003           416         384          490                         1,290
                                        2004           448         396          518                         1,362
                                        2005           444         425          543                         1,412
                                        2006           467         441          570                         1,478
                                        2007           498         466          622                         1,586
                                        2008           526         431          737                         1,694
                                        2009           559         476          807                         1,842


                                                    Total Staffing Table Personnel

            2,000                                                                                                                        1,842
                                                                                                                                    1,694
                                                                                                                               1,586
                                                                                                                          1,478
            1,500                                                                                                    1,412
                                                                                                                1,362
                                                                                       1,218   1,289 1,296 1,290
                                                                               1,102
                                                                         987
            1,000                                                  899
                                            770 807 805    871 895
                                689 735 736
                      622 637
              500

                 0
                   08
                   09
                   07
                   04
                   05
                   06
                   00
                   01
                   02
                   03
                   98
                   99
                   93
                   94
                   95
                   96
                   97
                   91
                   92
                   88
                   89
                   90
                   87




                20
                20
                20
                20
                20
                20
                20
                20
                20
                20
                19
                19
                19
                19
                19
                19
                19
                19
                19
                19
                19
                19
                19




1
    Includes counselors, librarians, and deans through 1999. Beginning in 2000, includes counselors, librarians, and temporary full-time faculty.
2
    Includes deans after 1999.

NOTE: These numbers include staffing table positions only.

Source: Office of Human Resources

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                         Staffing Table Personnel by Classification
                                   Fall 2005 - Fall 2009


                                       Classified Personnel
          1000
                                                                            807
           800                                                 737
                                                  622
                         543         570
           600

           400

           200

              0
                       2005         2006        2007          2008        2009




                          Administrative and Professional/Technical Personnel
           600                                                              476
                                      441         466
                          425                                   431
           450

           300

           150

              0
                       2005         2006         2007         2008         2009




Source: Office of Human Resources

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                       Staffing Table Personnel by Ethnicity and Gender
                                          Fall 2009



                                                                        Am. Indian/
                                       Asian/Pacific
                                                                      Alaskan Native
                                         Islander
                                                                          0.38%
                                          3.91%
                                                                                              Other/Unknown
                                                                                                  0.38%

                            Hispanic
                             20.20%




                              Black
                                                                                                             White
                             12.65%
                                                                                                             62.49%



           Ethnicity                                      Male                      Female                        Total
           White                                      497     63.47%             654      61.76%            1,151      62.49%
           Black                                       91     11.62%             142      13.41%              233      12.65%
           Hispanic                                   169     21.58%             203      19.17%              372      20.20%
           Asian/Pacific Islander                      23       2.94%              49       4.63%               72      3.91%
           Am. Indian/Alaskan Native                     1      0.13%                6      0.57%                7      0.38%
           Other/Unknown                                 2      0.26%                5      0.47%                7      0.38%

           TOTAL                                      783 100.00%              1,059 100.00%                1,842 100.00%




NOTE: These numbers include only staffing table positions (full-time faculty, classified, administrative, and professional/technical personnel).
      Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Office of Human Resources
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                                                Classified Personnel
                                                     Fall 2009



                                                                  Am. Indian/
                                Asian/Pacific                   Alaskan Native
                                  Islander                          0.25%
                                   2.85%
                                                                                     Other/Unknown
                                                                                         0.37%


                        Hispanic
                        28.00%




                                                                                             White
                                                                                            52.17%



                                    Black
                                   16.36%


          Ethnicity                                      Male               Female               Total
          White                                 179        51.59%         242    52.61%       421    52.17%
          Black                                  57        16.43%          75    16.30%       132    16.36%
          Hispanic                              105        30.26%         121    26.30%       226    28.00%
          Asian/Pacific Islander                     5      1.44%          18    3.91%         23    2.85%
          Am. Indian/Alaskan Native                  1      0.29%           1    0.22%          2    0.25%
          Other/Unknown                              0      0.00%           3    0.65%          3    0.37%

          TOTAL                                 347 100.00%               460 100.00%         807 100.00%




NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Office of Human Resources

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                                  Professional/Technical Personnel
                                             Fall 2009



                                                              Am. Indian/
                       Asian/Pacific                        Alaskan Native
                         Islander                               0.69%
                          4.60%                                                   Other/Unknown
                                                                                      0.46%
                      Hispanic
                      16.32%




                      Black
                     11.49%


                                                                                       White
                                                                                      66.44%


             Ethnicity                                 Male                  Female                Total
             White                                   118   69.82%        171      64.29%        289    66.44%
             Black                                   15     8.88%            35   13.16%          50   11.49%
             Hispanic                                26    15.38%            45   16.92%          71   16.32%
             Asian/Pacific Islander                   9     5.33%            11   4.14%           20   4.60%
             Am. Indian/Alaskan Native                0     0.00%            3    1.13%           3    0.69%
             Other/Unknown                            1     0.59%            1    0.38%           2    0.46%

             TOTAL                                   169 100.00%         266 100.00%            435 100.00%




NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Office of Human Resources

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                                        Administrative Personnel1
                                               Fall 2009

                                                                   Asian/Pacific
                                                                     Islander
                                                                      4.88%

                          Hispanic
                          12.20%




                       Black
                      14.63%


                                                                                             White
                                                                                            68.29%




              Ethnicity                               Male                 Female                     Total
              White                                  14   82.35%          14       58.33%            28   68.29%
              Black                                  0    0.00%            6       25.00%            6    14.63%
              Hispanic                               2    11.76%           3       12.50%            5    12.20%
              Asian/Pacific Islander                 1    5.88%            1       4.17%             2    4.88%

              TOTAL                                  17 100.00%           24 100.00%                 41 100.00%




1
    Includes deans.

NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Office of Human Resources

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                                                    Grant Personnel
                                                       Fall 2009




                            Hispanic
                            20.00%




                           Black                                                                  White
                          20.00%                                                                 60.00%




      Ethnicity                                     Male                     Female                          Total
      White                                     2       40.00%            13       65.00%              15        60.00%
      Black                                     2       40.00%              3      15.00%                5       20.00%
      Hispanic                                  1       20.00%              4      20.00%                5       20.00%

      TOTAL                                     5     100.00%             20      100.00%              25       100.00%




NOTE: Employees whose salaries are funded by sources other than Austin Community College and who are eligible for benefits and
      accrue leave. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Office of Human Resources

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                                           Highest Degree Earned by Faculty Type
                                                         Fall 2009


                          900
                          800
                          700
      Number of Degrees




                          600
                          500
                          400
                          300
                          200
                          100
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                                             Full‐time Faculty                               Adjunct Faculty
                                Doctorate Degree     Master Degree         Bachelor Degree      Associate Degree       Other



                                                   Highest Degree Earned by Faculty Type
     Full‐time Faculty
     Education Level                                 Male                           Female                            Total
     Doctorate Degree                                74           29.60%             79        25.57%               153         27.37%
     Master Degree                                  124           49.60%            200        64.72%               324         57.96%
     Bachelor Degree                                 30           12.00%             18         5.83%                48          8.59%
     Associate Degree                                20            8.00%             11         3.56%                31          5.55%
     Other                                            2            0.80%              1         0.32%                 3          0.54%
     Total                                          250          100.00%            309       100.00%               559        100.00%
     Adjunct Faculty
     Education Level                                 Male                           Female                            Total
     Doctorate Degree                               153           20.79%            101        15.14%                254        18.10%
     Master Degree                                  397           53.94%            448        67.17%                845        60.23%
     Bachelor Degree                                106           14.40%             84        12.59%                190        13.54%
     Associate Degree                                65            8.83%             26         3.90%                 91         6.49%
     Other                                           15            2.04%              8         1.20%                 23         1.64%
     Total                                          736          100.00%            667       100.00%              1,403       100.00%




NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Office of Human Resources
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Faculty

                                                         Full-time Faculty1 by Age and Gender
                                                                       Fall 2009



                                           160
             Number of Full-time Faculty




                                           140
                                           120
                                           100
                                            80
                                            60
                                            40
                                            20
                                             0
                                                    25-30       31-35               36-50           51-64   65 and Over

                                                                            Male       Female




                                           Age                      Male                      Female              Total
                                           25-30                6          2.40%             11    3.56%     17           3.04%
                                           31-35               17          6.80%             23    7.44%     40           7.16%
                                           36-50               79       31.60%              114   36.89%    193      34.53%
                                           51-64              119       47.60%              141   45.63%    260      46.51%
                                           65 and Over         29       11.60%               20    6.47%     49           8.77%

                                           TOTAL              250     100.00%               309   100.00%   559     100.00%




1
    Includes counselors, librarians, and temporary full-time faculty.

NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Office of Human Resources
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                                Full-time Faculty1 by Ethnicity and Gender
                                                 Fall 2009
                                                                     Am. Indian/
                                                                   Alaskan Native
                                            Asian/Pacific              0.36%
                                              Islander                                    Other/Unknown
                                               4.83%                                          0.36%

                             Hispanic
                             12.52%




                            Black
                            8.05%

                                                                                                   White
                                                                                                  73.88%




             Ethnicity                                       Male                   Female                 Total
             White                                      186      74.40%         227      73.46%       413      73.88%
             Black                                        19      7.60%             26   8.41%            45   8.05%
             Hispanic                                     36     14.40%             34   11.00%           70   12.52%
             Asian/Pacific Islander                         8     3.20%             19   6.15%            27   4.83%
             Am. Indian/Alaskan Native                      0     0.00%             2    0.65%             2   0.36%
             Other/Unknown                                  1     0.40%             1    0.32%             2   0.36%

             TOTAL                                      250 100.00%             309 100.00%           559 100.00%




1
    Includes counselors, librarians, and temporary full-time faculty.

NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Office of Human Resources
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                          Full-time Credit Teaching Faculty by Dean Area1
                                              Fall 2009

                                                                                          Applied Technologies,
                          Social & Behavioral Sciences                                 Multimedia, & Public Services
                                    12.48%                                                       11.49%


                                                                                                   Arts & Humanities
                                                                                                         8.32%



                                                                                                     Business Studies
                          Math & Sciences                                                                 5.15%
                              21.58%



                                                                                                    Communications
                                                                                                       11.68%




                                                                                          Computer Studies & Advanced
                                                                                                  Technology
                                            Health Sciences                                         8.71%
                                               20.59%



                                                                                                     Percent
                                Dean Area                                            Fall 2009       of Total
                                Applied Technologies, Multimedia, &                           58      11.49%
                                Public Services
                                Arts & Humanities                                             42       8.32%
                                Business Studies                                              26       5.15%
                                Communications                                                59      11.68%
                                Computer Studies & Advanced                                   44       8.71%
                                Technology
                                Health Sciences                                              104      20.59%
                                Math & Sciences                                              109      21.58%
                                Social & Behavioral Sciences                                  63      12.48%
                                TOTAL                                                        505 100.00%




1
    Credit teaching faculty include only instructors teaching credit courses. This excludes librarians and counselors who hold faculty status but
    are not teaching, and instructors in non-credit (continuing education) courses.

NOTE: Duplicated headcounts. If faculty teach in more than one dean area, they are counted once in each area. Percents may not add
      to 100 due to rounding.

Source: 12th Class Day Data

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                                                     Adjunct Faculty by Age and Gender
                                                                 Fall 2009



                                    300
        Number of Adjunct Faculty




                                    250

                                    200

                                    150

                                    100

                                    50

                                     0
                                             25-30             31-35              36-50             51-64           65 and Over

                                                                         Male         Female



                                    Age                        Male                       Female                    Total
                                    25-30                 37           5.03%           57       8.55%          94           6.70%
                                    31-35                 46           6.25%           79      11.84%         125           8.91%
                                    36-50                231       31.39%             225      33.73%         456        32.50%
                                    51-64                296       40.22%             246      36.88%         542        38.63%
                                    65 and Over          126       17.12%              60       9.00%         186        13.26%

                                    TOTAL                736      100.00%             667      100.00%      1,403       100.00%




NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Office of Human Resources
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                            Adjunct Faculty by Ethnicity and Gender
                                           Fall 2009


                                                              Am. Indian/
                                        Asian/Pacific       Alaskan Native
                                          Islander              0.71%
                                           4.78%

                      Hispanic                                               Other/Unknown
                       8.48%                                                     0.78%



                           Black
                           4.21%




                                                                                  White
                                                                                 81.04%



       Ethnicity                                     Male               Female                 Total
       White                                    599      81.39%       538    80.66%       1,137    81.04%
       Black                                     29      3.94%         30    4.50%            59   4.21%
       Hispanic                                  61      8.29%         58    8.70%           119   8.48%
       Asian/Pacific Islander                    36      4.89%         31    4.65%           67    4.78%
       Am. Indian/Alaskan Native                     6   0.82%          4    0.60%           10    0.71%
       Other/Unknown                                 5   0.68%          6    0.90%           11    0.78%

       TOTAL                                    736 100.00%           667 100.00%         1,403 100.00%




NOTE: Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: Office of Human Resources
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                                      Adjunct Faculty by Dean Area
                                                Fall 2009
                                                                          Applied Technologies,
                                                                       Multimedia, & Public Services
                                                                                 11.55%
           Social & Behavioral Sciences
                     18.38%


                                                                                         Arts & Humanities
                                                                                              12.54%




                Math & Sciences                                                         Business Studies
                    19.15%                                                                   6.97%




                                                                                Communications
                                                                                   13.73%
                           Health Sciences
                                8.80%              Computer Studies & Advanced
                                                           Technology
                                                             8.87%

                                                                                            Percent
                      Dean Area                                            Fall 2009        of Total
                      Applied Technologies, Multimedia, &                          164       11.55%
                      Public Services
                      Arts & Humanities                                            178       12.54%
                      Business Studies                                              99         6.97%
                      Communications                                               195       13.73%
                      Computer Studies & Advanced                                  126        8.87%
                      Technology
                      Health Sciences                                              125         8.80%
                      Math & Sciences                                              272       19.15%
                      Social & Behavioral Sciences                                 261       18.38%
                      TOTAL                                                     1,420      100.00%




NOTES: Duplicated headcounts. If faculty teach in more than one dean area, they are counted once in each area. Percents may not
       add to 100 due to rounding.

Source: 12th Class Day Data

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                                                                                                1
                                                Credit Teaching Faculty
                                                   Fall 2005 - 2009




                                                     Full-time Teaching Faculty
                            600
                                                                                            468              497
                            500                                             444
                                          408              414
                            400
                            300
                            200
                            100
                               0
                                        2005            2006             2007            2008            2009




                                                            Adjunct Faculty
                          1,800
                                                                                                           1,403
                          1,500                                                            1,316
                                           1,157           1,187           1,224
                          1,200
                            900
                            600
                            300
                               0
                                        2005            2006             2007           2008            2009




1
    Credit teaching faculty include only instructors teaching credit courses. This excludes librarians and counselors who hold faculty status
    but are not teaching, and instructors in non-credit (continuing education) courses.

NOTES: Unduplicated headcount. Faculty are counted once even though they may teach in more than one dean area.

Source: Office of Human Resources

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                                                      Facilities

This section can be used for finding:

     • an address, phone number, and map for each campus.
     • information on ACC facilities.




                                                         Contents
Useful Terms ....................................................................................................................... 164
Location of Full-time Facilities ............................................................................................. 165
Description of Facilities ....................................................................................................... 168
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                                     Useful Terms

  Assignable Square Footage - the amount of space, within the interior walls of a room, that
  can be used for programs. Major room use categories are: classrooms, laboratories, offices,
  study areas, special use space, general use areas, support rooms, health care, residential,
  and unclassified space.

  Building Gross Square Footage - the sum of all square feet of floor areas within the outside
  faces of a building's exterior walls.




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Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability
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                                        Description of Facilities


                CYPRESS CREEK CAMPUS
                1555 Cypress Creek Road
                Cedar Park, TX 78613

                Occupied by ACC ..........................................................................1991
                Building Gross Square Footage (All Buildings) ......................... 113,912
                Assignable Square Footage........................................................ 83,946
                Land Size ..............................................................................24.5 acres
                Parking Capacity...............................................................1,161 spaces



                EASTVIEW CAMPUS
                3401 Webberville Road
                Austin, TX 78702

                Occupied by ACC ..........................................................................1999
                Building Gross Square Footage (All Buildings) ......................... 259,120
                Assignable Square Footage...................................................... 147,846
                Land Size ............................................................................ 29.13 acres
                Parking Capacity..................................................................907 spaces



                HIGHLAND BUSINESS CENTER
                5930 Middle Fiskville Road
                Austin, TX 78752

                Occupied by ACC ..........................................................................1988
                Building Gross Square Footage ................................................ 111,924
                Assignable Square Footage........................................................ 79,695
                Land Size ................................................................................4.7 acres
                Parking Capacity..................................................................367 spaces




Source: Facilities & Operations Office
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              NORTHRIDGE CAMPUS
              11928 Stonehollow Drive
              Austin, TX 78758

              Occupied by ACC ........................................................................... 1989
              Building Gross Square Footage (All Buildings) ......................... 152,425
              Assignable Square Footage ...................................................... 104,535
              Land Size ................................................................................. 35 acres
              Parking Capacity .............................................................. 1,340 spaces



              PINNACLE CAMPUS
              7748 Hwy. 290 West
              Austin, TX 78736

              Occupied by ACC ........................................................................... 1990
              Building Gross Square Footage ................................................ 107,383
              Assignable Square Footage ........................................................ 71,235
              Land Size .............................................................................. 57.7 acres
              Parking Capacity ................................................................. 544 spaces



              RIO GRANDE CAMPUS
              1212 Rio Grande
              Austin, TX 78701

              Occupied by ACC ............................................................................ 1975
              Building Gross Square Footage (All Buildings) ......................... 208,550
              Assignable Square Footage ...................................................... 102,257
              Land Size .............................................................................. 5.35 acres
              Parking Capacity ................................................................. 786 spaces




Source: Facilities & Operations Office
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                                         Description of Facilities


                 RIVERSIDE CAMPUS
                 1020 Grove Boulevard
                 Austin, TX 78741

                 Occupied by ACC ..........................................................................1984
                 Building Gross Square Footage ................................................ 232,600
                 Assignable Square Footage...................................................... 129,096
                 Land Size ............................................................................... 195 acres
                 Parking Capacity...............................................................1,009 spaces



                 SERVICE CENTER
                 9101 Tuscany Way
                 Austin, TX 78754

                 Occupied by ACC ..........................................................................2001
                 Building Gross Square Footage .................................................. 55,946
                 Assignable Square Footage........................................................ 49,464
                 Land Size ................................................................................... 5 acres
                 Parking Capacity..............................................................................175



                 SOUTH AUSTIN CAMPUS
                 1820 W. Stassney Lane
                 Austin, TX 78745

                 Occupied by ACC ..........................................................................2006
                 Building Gross Square Footage .................................................. 86,930
                 Assignable Square Footage........................................................ 69,636
                 Land Size ..............................................................................5.44 acres
                 Parking Capacity..............................................................................614




Source: Facilities & Operations Office
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                                                      Glossary

                                                          Contents
Glossary ..............................................................................................................................173
Note to the Fact Book ..........................................................................................................178
                                                                                                      GLOSSARY

                                                    Glossary
4TH CLASS DAY DATA (SECOND 5½ WEEK SESSION) – total enrollments as of the 4th day of class of the
second 5 1/2 week session.

12TH CLASS DAY DATA - data for Fall or Spring classes, as of the 12th class day of the 16-week session.
(Official Reporting Date for the Fall and Spring Semesters)

ACADEMIC SUPPORT - includes expenses incurred to provide support services for the institution’s primary
missions: instruction, research, and public service. It includes the following activities: the retention, preservation,
and display of educational materials, such as libraries, museums, and galleries; the provision of services that
directly assist the academic functions of the institution, such as demonstration schools associated with a department,
school, or college of education; media such as audio-visual services and information technology; academic
administration (including academic deans but not department chairpersons) and personnel providing administrative
support and management direction to the primary missions; separately budgeted support for course and
curriculum development. For institutions that currently charge some of the expenses—for example, computing
support—directly to the various operating units of the institution, this category does not reflect such expenses.

ACADEMIC YEAR - begins the first day of the fall semester and ends the last day of the summer session of the
following year. For example, Academic Year 2005 began August 23, 2004 and ended August 10, 2005.

ACC TAXING DISTRICT - taxing jurisdictions that contribute funding for the College through property taxes.

ADJUNCT FACULTY – non-staffing table personnel including part-time instructors who are employed on a term
basis.

ADULT BASIC EDUCATION (ABE) – courses designed primarily for students 16 years of age and older to
improve basic skills in reading, writing, and arithmetic.

ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL - exempt staffing table personnel including Executive Vice Presidents, Vice
Presidents, Associate Vice Presidents, Provosts, Deans, and some Directors.

ANNUAL HEADCOUNT - the number of students enrolled in one or more courses with each student counted
only once for the year.

ASSIGNABLE SQUARE FOOTAGE - the amount of space, within the interior walls of a room, that can be used
for programs . Major room use categories are: classrooms, laboratories, offices, study areas, special use space,
general use areas, support rooms, health care, residential, and unclassified space.

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE (AAS) - degree awarded to students who successfully complete the
prescribed courses in any of the occupational-technical programs.

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS (AA) - degree awarded to students who complete at least 60 semester credit hours that
include 6 hours of English, 6 hours of American government, 6 hours of US history, 8 hours of a single foreign
language, and the prescribed courses listed in one of the areas of concentration.

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS IN TEACHING (AAT) - degree awarded to students who successfully complete the
prescribed courses for one of three degrees leading to teaching certification.

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE (AS) - degree awarded to students who complete at least 60 semester credit hours
that include 6 hours of English, 6 hours of American government, 6 hours of US history, 6-8 hours of science,
and the prescribed courses listed in one of the areas of concentration.




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AUXILIARY - exists to furnish goods or services to students, faculty, staff, other institutional departments, or
incidentally to the general public, and charges a fee directly related to, although not necessarily equal to, the
cost of the goods or services. The distinguishing characteristic of an auxiliary enterprise is that it is managed to
operate as a self-supporting activity. Over time, the revenues will equal or exceed the expenses, although in any
individual year there may be a deficit or a surplus. Examples are residence halls, food services, intercollegiate
athletics (only if essentially self-supporting), college stores, faculty clubs, parking, and faculty housing. Student
health services, when operated as an auxiliary enterprise, also are included. Hospitals, although they may serve
students, faculty, or staff, are classified separately because of their financial significance. The auxiliary enterprise
category includes all expenses relating to the operation of auxiliary enterprises, including expenses for operation
and maintenance of plant, depreciation (if allocated to functional expense categories) and administration. Also
included are other direct and indirect costs, whether charged directly as expenses or allocated as a proportionate
share of costs of other departments or units. To ensure that data regarding individual auxiliary enterprises are
complete and adequate for management decisions, cost data should be prepared using full costing methods.
Full costing means that the costs attributed to each enterprise includes a portion of indirect costs related to that
enterprise, as well as the costs directly attributable to its operation.

BUILDING GROSS SQUARE FOOTAGE - the sum of all square feet of floor areas within the outside faces of
a building’s exterior walls.

CBM REPORTS - Coordinating Board Management reports that are mandatorily submitted to the Texas Higher
Education Coordinating Board and are the basis for state reimbursement.

CENTERS - locations other than campuses that are staffed, have regular posted hours, and offer credit courses
on a regular basis (every semester).

CERTIFICATE - awarded to students who complete one of the approved certificate programs.

CERTIFIED DATA - data that are reported to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and verified by
ACC as of the term’s official reporting date (census date).

CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL - non-exempt staffing table personnel including Administrative Assistants, Building
Attendants, Clerks, Library Assistants, Technical Staff Assistants, some Technicians, etc.

COLLEGE CONNECTION - a program offered to high school students to provide awareness of the benefits
of going to college while providing academic and other support services they need to enter college. All ACC
academic and other support services are provided at the high school.

COLLEGE CREDIT COURSES - courses for which credits can be earned that apply toward a degree and that
may be transferred to other institutions of higher education. College credit courses are approved by the Texas
Higher Education Coordinating Board.

COMPLETER - a student who takes a baseline assessment and completes the course post assessment.

CONTACT HOUR - an instructional unit of time in which a student has contact with an instructor; includes both
lecture and laboratory time.

CONTINUING EDUCATION - non-credit courses and programs, often in adult workforce or avocational areas.

CORE CURRICULUM - ACC’s core consists of 42-hours of general education courses in English, communications,
mathematics, natural science, humanities, visual and performing arts, government, history, and an additional
social and behavioral science.


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CREDIT TEACHING FACULTY - faculty who teach college credit courses; includes staffing table full-time and
non-staffing table adjunct faculty.

DAY AND EVENING STUDENTS - students enrolled both in courses that begin before 5:30 P.M. and those
that begin after 5:30 P.M.

DAY ONLY STUDENTS - students enrolled only in courses that begin before 5:30 P.M.

DEGREE - an award given as official recognition for the successful completion of a program of studies.

DEPRECIATION - should be calculated in accordance with the institution’s capitalization and depreciation policies.
Depreciation expense is considered both a functional and natural expense category. In addition, when
functional expenses are reported in the SRECNA, depreciation expense can be allocated to other functions such
as instruction, research and student services, or allocated only to plant operation and maintenance expenses,
or reported separately. When depreciation expense is reported as a functional expense, depreciation for all
activities (educational and general, auxiliary enterprises, and hospitals) may be combined and reported as one
amount in the SRECNA. Alternatively, it may be segregated between these activities if the SRECNA has
separate columns or other means to delineate expenses between these activities. The allocation methodology
may be either a simple or complex one such as a multiple allocation approach. Generally, depreciation expense
for buildings may be allocated based on the usage of the buildings. This is accomplished by a periodic inventory
of the usage of the space in each building. Depreciation expense on equipment may be allocated to other
functions based upon the location of the equipment and the use of that space. This is also accomplished through
a periodic inventory of the equipment.

DISTANCE LEARNING - courses delivered to individuals and groups by synchronous or asynchronous methods.
Delivery methods include instructional television (using recorded video programs shown on cable TV and on
cassette), Personal Computer with Modem (using Internet and email), print-based courses (using a textbook),
directed studies, and live televised classes (to individual students via the Internet or cable television).

DUPLICATED HEADCOUNT - occurs when a student is counted more than one time because they are enrolled
in more than one course. For example, a student who attends several courses at one location and one or more
courses at a second location is counted twice, once at each location.

ENROLLMENT - the number of courses for which students have registered.

ENROLLMENT (ABE) - all individuals served who complete the orientation process for the Adult Basic Education,
GED, or English-as-a-Second Language program and receives a baseline assessment.

EVENING ONLY STUDENTS - students enrolled only in courses that begin after 5:30 P.M.

FIELD OF STUDY CURRICULUM - intended to facilitate the free transferability of lower-division academic
courses among Texas public colleges and universities.

FINANCIAL AID - grants, loans, assistantships, scholarships, fellowships, tuition waivers, tuition discounts,
veteran’s benefits, employer aid (tuition reimbursement) and other monies (other than relatives/friends) provided
to students to meet expenses. This includes subsidized and unsubsidized loans made directly to students.

FIRST-TIME IN COLLEGE STUDENT - a student who has never attended college or any other postsecondary
institution. Students are not reported as first-time-in college until they have completed their high school work.

FIRST-TIME TRANSFER STUDENT - see Transfer Student



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FISCAL YEAR - an accounting period for 12 months that begins on September 1 and continues through August
31 of the following year.

FULL-TIME FACULTY - staffing table personnel with faculty status including counselors, librarians, and
teaching faculty.

FULL-TIME STUDENT EQUIVALENT (FTSE) - the total semester credit hours divided by 15, which is considered
to be a full-time course load.

GASB - see Governmental Accounting Standards Board

GED GRADUATE - a student who successfully passed the General Education Development (GED) exam.

GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT (GED) - an exam for students whose high school education was
interrupted.

GOVERNMENTAL ACCOUNTING STANDARDS BOARD (GASB) - establishes accounting standards for local
and state entities including governmental colleges and universities.

GRANT PERSONNEL - personnel whose salaries are funded by sources other than Austin Community College
and who are eligible for benefits and accrue leave.

HEADCOUNT - the number of students enrolled in one or more courses. This number may be duplicated or
unduplicated.

HIGH SCHOOL CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT - the number of students enrolled in high school (as juniors and
seniors) and in college. These students receive college credit and may receive high school graduation credit
for the classes they take at ACC.

IN-DISTRICT - students who live within ACC’s tax-paying districts and pay taxes in support of the college and
receive lower in-district tuition rates. Students who live or own property within the City of Austin or the Austin, Del
Valle, Leander, Manor, or Round Rock Independent School Districts, as well as portions of Eanes and Pflugerville
Independent School Districts are considered in-district students.

INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT - includes expenses for central, executive-level activities concerned with management
and long-range planning for the entire institution, such as the governing board, planning and programming operations,
and legal services; fiscal operations, including the investment office; administrative information technology (when
not accounted for in other categories); space management; employee personnel and records; logistical
activities that provide procurement, storerooms, printing; transportation services to the institution; support
services to faculty and staff that are not operated as auxiliary enterprises; and activities concerned with
community and alumni relations, including development and fund raising. Appropriate allocations of institutional
support should be made to auxiliary enterprises, hospitals, and any other activities not directly related to the
primary programs—instruction, research, or public service—or their related support categories.

INSTRUCTION - includes expenses for all activities that are part of an institution’s instruction program. Expenses
for credit and noncredit courses; academic, vocational, and technical instruction; remedial and tutorial instruction;
and regular, special, and extension sessions should be included. Expenses for departmental research and
public service that are not separately budgeted should be included in this classification. This category excludes
expenses for those academic personnel whose primary activity is administration—for example, academic deans.

ISD - Independent School District.

NON-RESIDENT - students whose legal residence is not in Texas.
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OUT-OF-DISTRICT - students who live outside ACC’s in-district taxing boundaries as identified in the in-district
definition. Higher out-of-district tuition rates are charged to out-of-district students.

PARTICIPANT (ABE) - a student who completes all required baseline assessments and 12 instructional contact
hours in the Adult Basic Education, GED, or English-as-a-Second Language program.

PARTICIPANT (College Connection) - a high school student who attends College Connection events.

PARTICIPANT YEAR - senior year the student took part in College Connection activities.

PLANT OPERATIONS - includes all expenses for the administration, supervision, operation, maintenance,
preservation, and protection of the institution’s physical plant. They include expenses normally incurred for
such items as janitorial and utility services; repairs and ordinary or normal alterations of buildings, furniture,
and equipment; care of grounds; maintenance and operation of buildings and other plant facilities; security;
earthquake and disaster preparedness; safety; hazardous waste disposal; property, liability, and all other insurance
relating to property; space and capital leasing; facility planning and management; and central receiving. It does
not include interest expense on capital-related debt. This category may be allocated to the other functional
categories based on an acceptable allocation methodology such as square footage of buildings.

PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL PERSONNEL - exempt staffing table personnel including includes Analysts,
some Coordinators, Managers, some Specialists, Staff Interpreters, and Supervisors.

PUBLIC SERVICE - includes expenses for activities established primarily to provide non-instructional services
beneficial to individuals and groups external to the institution. These activities include community service
programs (excluding instructional activities) and cooperative extension services. Included in this category are
conferences, institutes, general advisory services, reference bureaus, radio and television, consulting, and similar
non-instructional services to particular sectors of the community.

REPORTING DATES – Fall/Spring: 12th Class Day
                  Summer: 4th Class Day of the 2nd 5½ week session

SCHOLARSHIPS - generally, public institutions report tuition discounts and allowances and scholarships as
reductions of tuition and fees revenues. Institutional resources provided in excess of amounts owed by the
students, and refunded to students, should be recorded as expenses. NACUBO Advisory Report 2000-5 sets
forth and illustrates the appropriate accounting and reporting or various types of tuition discounts and
scholarships. The scholarships and fellowships category includes expenses for scholarships and fellowships—
from restricted or unrestricted funds—in the form of grants to students, resulting from selection by the institution
or from an entitlement program. The category also includes trainee stipends, prizes, and awards. Trainee stipends
awarded to individuals who are not enrolled in formal course work should be charged to instruction, research, or
public service. Recipients of grants are not required to perform service to the institution as consideration for the
grant, nor are they expected to repay the amount of the grant to the funding source. When services are required
in exchange for financial assistance, as in the College Work-Study program, charges should be classified as
expenses of the department or organizational unit to which the service is rendered. Aid to students in the form of
tuition or fee remissions also should be included in this category. However, remission of tuition or fees granted
because of faculty or staff status, or family relationship of students to faculty or staff, should be recorded as staff
benefits expenses in the appropriate functional expense category.

SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (SCH) – transcript value of a course based on the number of hours it meets per
week. For example, PSYC-2301 meets for three hours a week and is worth three semester credit hours.

SERVICE AREA – the territory in which the College provides services.



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SITE-BASED INSTRUCTION - includes various credit and non-credit classes and training to businesses,
government entities, high schools, correctional institutions, and community groups.

STAFFING TABLE PERSONNEL - personnel in an annually budgeted position including full-time faculty,
Non-Exempt (Classified), and Exempt (Professional-Technical) employees that are eligible for benefits. Hourly
and adjunct faculty are not included as staffing table employees.

STUDENT, FULL-TIME - a student who is enrolled in 12 or more semester credit hours in the fall or spring
semesters. This is based on the financial aid definition of full time as 75% of a normal full-time load. The normal
full-time load would be 15 semester credit hours per semester over two years to complete an associate degree
requiring a minimum of 60 semester credit hours.

STUDENT, PART-TIME - a student who is enrolled for less than 12 semester credit hours in the fall or spring
semesters.

STUDENT SERVICES - includes expenses incurred for offices of admissions and the registrar and activities
with the primary purpose of contributing to students’ emotional and physical well-being and intellectual, cultural,
and social development outside the context of the formal instruction program. It includes expenses for student
activities, cultural events, student newspapers, intramural athletics, student organizations, intercollegiate athletics
(if the program is not operated as an auxiliary enterprise), counseling and career guidance (excluding informal
academic counseling by the faculty), student aid administration, and student health service (if not operated as
an auxiliary enterprise).

TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY (TEA) - evaluates and provides partial funding for the Adult Education Program.

TEMPORARY FULL-TIME FACULTY – adjunct faculty who teach a full-time load on a temporary basis and
receive benefits.

TEXAS HIGHER EDUCATION COORDINATING BOARD (THECB) - a statutory 15-member board appointed
by the Governor. It is responsible for statewide planning and policy-making to assure quality and efficiency in
Texas higher education. The Board’s primary areas of responsibility are financial planning, senior colleges and
universities, community colleges and continuing education, health affairs, student services, and campus planning.

TRANSFER STUDENT – a student entering the reporting institution for the first time but known to have
previously attended a postsecondary institution at the same level. The student may transfer with or without credit.

TUITION – amount of money charged to students for instructional services.

UNDUPLICATED HEADCOUNT – the sum of students enrolled in credit courses with each student counted
only once during the reporting period.




                                            Note to the Fact Book

Reports in this Fact Book are based upon the best data available at the time the report was produced and is
current as of November 23, 2009.

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