Data visualization is a graphical representation of reported information and data. Using visual elements like charts, graphs, maps, and other measures provides an accessible way to view and understand trends and patterns in data. Having a clear vision of these data are instrumental in making data-driven decisions.
Tableau is a program that "helps people transform data into actionable insights." Using this software, the Institutional Research department turns its findings in specific areas into easy-to-understand graphics that help inform the college's decisions to better the student experience. Below are the visualizations available to view.
Detailed enrollments showing fill-rates from registration date to end of term. Data refresh daily by 7am.
This dashboard provides the maximum capacity, and the active enrollment for every section that is offered by days of the week and time-block. (formerly Schedule capacity and Active enrollment dashboards). Excludes 100% online sections which do not have scheduled time blocks.
Comparison of demographics (Gender and Race/Ethnicity) for teaching Faculty vs. students enrolled. Refresshed annually in the fall for the prior academic year.
Year over year comparison of demographics by student headcount and enrollments (duplicated) by full-/part-time status, special populations and student geographic location by zip code. Data are refreshed in January for the preceding fall. Excludes ISAs, and students in noncredit, non-graded sections and Noncredit Hybrid sections.
The Academic Staffing Data visualization provides academic discipline data on Full-Time Equivalent Faculty (FTEF), Instructional Load (weekly student contact hours/FTEF), Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) Student Headcount and Number of Sections offered by academic year. The data in this visualization are summarized from the “Department Details” dashboard housed in the Academic Program Review Data visualization and used to help academic departments complete the Academic Staffing form as well as inform program review and planning efforts. Refreshed annually in the fall for the prior academic year.
The Section Offerings and Enrollment visualization provides annual and term enrollment and section count data by the college as a whole, division/school and department. In addition, filter provide the ability to view the data by semester, term/year, location, instructional modality, open-educational resources (OER) status, California State University (CSU) General Education (GE) area, and Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) area. Refreshed annually in the fall for the prior academic year.
Academic Program Review
This visualization provides data on elements required for program review. Course success and retention rates, department details (FTE, sections, load etc.), Awards (degrees/certificates) and Programs of study (Majors across fall terms).
Data are refreshed annually in September when data are complete for the preceding academic year (summer through Spring terms).Video Tutorials:
This visualization provides fall-term data starting in 2017 on success rates, retention rates, grade distributions and enrollments (including headcounts). The data can be filtered by School, Dept, Course, location (online vs. on-ground), Race/Ethnicity, financial aid and special populations.
Data are refreshed annually in January when course, special populations data are complete for the preceding fall term. Financial Aid data are not refreshed until the subsequent summer as it it is an annual report.
This visualization provides data on elements required for program review. Award earner
demographics (degrees/certificates) and Programs of study (Majors across fall terms).
Data for Awards are refreshed in September for the preceding year, and data for majors
are refreshed in current fall term.
This visualization provides information on number of students transferring to various four-year institutions since 2011 through fall 2021.The data are disaggregated by demographics and by the type of four-year institution (e.g. CSU vs. UC).