Motlow College evaluates success with respect to student achievement consistent with its mission.
The college offers associate degrees and certificates to prepare students for employment or transfer to another college or university. The institution measures student achievement through a variety of means.
Student completion, retention and graduation success measures include:
General Education Assessment
All students who earn a degree from Motlow College take a standardized general education exit test which measures the quality of the college's general education program. General education core student learning outcomes are evaluated on a two-year rotating cycle. Success indicators for general education assessment include:
College Transfer Programs
Motlow State Community College prepares students to transfer by offering the Associate of Arts (AA) degree, the Associate of Science (AS) degree, and the Associate of Science in Teaching (AST). Success indicators for college transfer students are reported in the annual National Community College Benchmark Program (NCCBP) report and include:
- Cumulative First-year Transfer Student GPA
- Average First-year Transfer Student Credit Hours
- % Transfer Students Enrolled Next Year
Workforce Preparedness Programs
Students in career-ready fields take either a state licensure examination or a major field exit exam in their area of study. Scores are used as success indicators for these programs. Success indicators for workforce preparedness students include:
Sub-Population Success Rates
Success measures for students requiring remedial instruction include:
Success measures for student athletes include: