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FAST FACTSACADEMIC YEAR 2015–2016marin.edu

FAST FACTSACADEMIC YEAR 2015 – 2016HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT *13503TotalCredit: 8,010 (59%)ESL: 2,129 (16%)Community Education: 3,726 (28%)Basic Skills (credit only): 1,614 (12%)Kentfield Campus: 11,959 (89%)Indian Valley Campus: 2,630 (19%)CLASSES OFFERED *2556TotalCredit: 1,955 (76%)ESL: 201 (8%)Community Education: 441 (17%)Basic Skills Classes (credit only): 168 (7%)Average Class Size: 16Kentfield Campus: 2,092 (82%)Indian Valley Campus: 464 (18%)* Categories include duplication

DEGREES & CERTIFICATES (awarded for 2015—2016)A.A. and A.S.: 340Certificates: 78DegreeQuantity%Associate of Arts16439.2%Associate of Arts – Transfer5813.9%Associate of Science8019.1%Associate of Science - te Degree (AA/AS)2,81635.2%BA/BS Transfer (No AA/AS)1,09313.6%Certificate of Achievement1972.5%1,22615.3%Basic Skills/High School Diploma92611.6%Educational Development7689.6%Meet 4-year college requirements6708.4%Not Specified3143.9%Educational Goal (Credit Students)Advance Career Interest

CREDIT STUDENTSGender: Male 42%; Female 58%Median Age: 25Race/Ethnicity:Asian 632 (8%)Black/African American 390 (5%)Hispanic 2,044 (26%)Multi-racial 470 (6%)Native-American 19 (0.2%)White 4,281 (55%)International Students: 145† (Representing 37 countries)†Includes credit, noncredit, and community education studentsCOMMUNITY EDUCATIONMedian Age: 64ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (credit and noncredit)Enrollment Status: Credit 9%; Noncredit 91%Gender: Male 41%; Female 59%Median Age: 30Race/Ethnicity:Asian 149 (9%)Black/African American 17 (1%)Hispanic 1293 (82%)Multi-racial 6 (0.4%)Native-American 1 (0.1%)White 115 (7%)NUMBER OF STUDENTS WHO TRANSFERREDTO 4-YEAR INSTITUTIONS (2014—2015)Total317

FACULTY, STAFF, AND ADMINISTRATORS (fall 2015)593Total EmployeesAdministrators: 28Faculty: 388 (Tenured/Tenure Track 119; Temporary 269)Classified: 177Gender: Male 257 (43%); Female 336 (57%)Race/Ethnicity:Asian 50 (9%)Black/African American 26 (5%)Hispanic 39 (7%)Multi-racial 7 (1%)Native-American 4 (1%)White 424 (77%)GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION (credit and noncredit)Marin ResidentsLocation85%Students%Central Marin4,03840.6%Novato1,94619.6%South Marin1,23012.4%North San Rafael1,01310.2%2172.2%1,50715.1%West MarinOutside Marin

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENTThe Marin Community CollegeDistrict is committed by policy notto discriminate on the basis of,or the perception of, race, ethnicgroup identification, ancestry, color,religion, age, gender, national origin,sexual orientation, disability (mentalor physical), marital status, medicalcondition, and status as a veteran, inany of its educational and employmentprograms and activities, its policies,practices, and procedures.College of Marin students seekinginstruction related disabilityaccommodations should contact theSAS Office, 415.485.9406. Individualsseeking special assistance toaccommodate a disability may call theStudent Activities & Advocacy Office,415.485.9376.Kentfield Campus835 College AvenueKentfield, CA 94904Indian Valley Campus1800 Ignacio Blvd.,Novato, CA 94949www.marin.edu/com/PRIE/factbook/Planning, Research, and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE)Published in January, 2017

Marin Residents 85% Location Students % Central Marin 4,038 40.6% Novato 1,946 19.6% South Marin 1,230 12.4% North San Rafael 1,013 10.2% West Marin 217 2.2% Outside Marin 1,507 15.1% EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT The Marin Community College District is committed by policy not to discrim

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