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Among 2-year colleges, TCC ranked #1 in the nation in producing A.A. degrees

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (June 26, 2013) – Community College Week has released its annual Top 100 analysis, and among 2-year colleges, Tallahassee Community College is ranked #1 nationally in graduating students with A.A. degrees, also known as transfer/general studies degrees. The report, based on the 2011-2012 academic year, again shows that Tallahassee Community College remains one of America’s top associate degree producers—demonstrating TCC’s commitment to student success.
 
“These numbers help quantify the great things happening at TCC,” said Dr. Jim Murdaugh, president of TCC. “We’re thrilled to see these rankings because they confirm that students at TCC are reaching their goals—graduating with a degree or certificate and moving on to a university or directly into the workforce.”
 
In the 2013 report, TCC earned a national ranking in multiple categories alongside other 2-year institutions:
  • Ranked 1st in the nation in Associate in Arts (A.A.) Degrees (degree used to transfer to 4-year institutions)—referred to as “Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies, & Humanities” degrees in the report.  TCC awarded 3,006 A.A. degrees.
  • Ranked 5th in awarding associate degrees to African American students. TCC graduated 705 African American students.
  • Ranked 11th in awarding associate degrees to non-minorities students. TCC awarded 1,913 associate degrees to non-minority students.
  • Ranked 15th in awarding degrees in Family & Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences. TCC graduated 57 students in the human sciences area.
  • Ranked 17th in awarding associate degrees to all minority categories. TCC awarded 1,214 associate degrees to minority students.
The data are collected by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) through the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data Set (IPEDS) completions survey.
 
The analysis is limited to institutions that are eligible for participation in Title IV programs—which encompass all federal financial aid—located in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. To be Title IV eligible, an institution must be accredited by either a regional or specialized accreditation agency that is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
 
To see Community College Week’s complete report, visit their website at www.ccweek.com.
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