The Student Achievement Measure is supported by six sponsoring associations, working together to provide a more comprehensive and accurate picture of student progress and completion as students move across institutions and state boundaries.

Norwalk Community College

Norwalk Community College (NCC) was the first public, two-year college established in Connecticut. The college is a leader and partner in the academic, economic, cultural and social well-being of Southwestern Connecticut. It provides affordable education leading to degree completion, transfer, professional certifications, employment and lifelong learning, and; promotes student learning and success through high quality instruction, support services and co-curricular activities. The college actively supports workforce development through partnerships with labor, business, industry, government and our communities. NCC prepares its students to be active and responsible contributors to the global society.
All Students

First-time-at-Institution, All Students Starting Fall 2011

Number of students: 1,394

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24%
10%
31%
35%
WITHIN 6 YEARS
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Graduated: Reporting institution
Enrolled: Reporting institution
Transferred: Other Institution
Current Status Unknown

The SAM Associate's Degree / Certificate model tracks a group of students who started an associate degree program or certificate program at Norwalk Community College in the Fall of 2011. The students’ progress toward a degree or certificate is reported within 6 years.

The sections of the SAM chart represent the proportion of students in the original group with the following five outcomes.

  • Students who started at and graduated from Norwalk Community College are represented by the purple bar with the solid black bar underneath ().
  • Students who started at and are still enrolled at Norwalk Community College are represented by the aqua bar with two white stripes underneath ().
  • Students who started at Norwalk Community College and transferred to another institution prior to earning a degree or certificate are represented by the orange bar with the large white stripe underneath (). These students may have graduated or still be enrolled at another institution.
  • Students from the original group whose status is unknown are represented by the green bar with the top white stripe (). These students may have graduated or still be enrolled somewhere, but their status could not be determined conclusively.

Norwalk Community College | Associate / Certificate Seeking Model - All Students

OUTCOMES FOR STUDENT STARTING AT NORWALK COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN FALL 2011 BY SUMMER 2017
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Associate degree from Norwalk Community College 8%
+ Associate degree from Norwalk Community College - with later transfer to another institution 13%
+ Certificate award from Norwalk Community College 2%
+ Certificate award from Norwalk Community College - with later transfer to another institution 1%
= Total Graduated from Norwalk Community College 24%
Enrolled at Norwalk Community College 10%
Transferred with no degree or certificate from Norwalk Community College* 31%
Current Status Unknown 35%
* Students who transferred may have subsequently earned a degree or award or be still enrolled; their status is not tracked after their transfer from Norwalk Community College.
Full-Time

First-time-at-Institution, Full-Time Students Starting Fall 2011

Number of students: 849

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26%
9%
35%
30%
WITHIN 6 YEARS
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Graduated: Reporting institution
Enrolled: Reporting institution
Transferred: Other Institution
Current Status Unknown

The SAM Associate's Degree / Certificate model tracks a group of students who started an associate degree program or certificate program at Norwalk Community College in the Fall of 2011. The students’ progress toward a degree or certificate is reported within 6 years.

The sections of the SAM chart represent the proportion of students in the original group with the following five outcomes.

  • Students who started at and graduated from Norwalk Community College are represented by the purple bar with the solid black bar underneath ().
  • Students who started at and are still enrolled at Norwalk Community College are represented by the aqua bar with two white stripes underneath ().
  • Students who started at Norwalk Community College and transferred to another institution prior to earning a degree or certificate are represented by the orange bar with the large white stripe underneath (). These students may have graduated or still be enrolled at another institution.
  • Students from the original group whose status is unknown are represented by the green bar with the top white stripe (). These students may have graduated or still be enrolled somewhere, but their status could not be determined conclusively.

Norwalk Community College | Associate / Certificate Seeking Model - Full-Time

OUTCOMES FOR STUDENT STARTING AT NORWALK COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN FALL 2011 BY SUMMER 2017
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Associate degree from Norwalk Community College 8%
+ Associate degree from Norwalk Community College - with later transfer to another institution 15%
+ Certificate award from Norwalk Community College 2%
+ Certificate award from Norwalk Community College - with later transfer to another institution 1%
= Total Graduated from Norwalk Community College 26%
Enrolled at Norwalk Community College 9%
Transferred with no degree or certificate from Norwalk Community College* 35%
Current Status Unknown 30%
* Students who transferred may have subsequently earned a degree or award or be still enrolled; their status is not tracked after their transfer from Norwalk Community College.
Part-Time

First-time-at-Institution, Part-Time Students Starting Fall 2011

Number of students: 545

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21%
12%
25%
42%
WITHIN 6 YEARS
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Graduated: Reporting institution
Enrolled: Reporting institution
Transferred: Other Institution
Current Status Unknown

The SAM Associate's Degree / Certificate model tracks a group of students who started an associate degree program or certificate program at Norwalk Community College in the Fall of 2011. The students’ progress toward a degree or certificate is reported within 6 years.

The sections of the SAM chart represent the proportion of students in the original group with the following five outcomes.

  • Students who started at and graduated from Norwalk Community College are represented by the purple bar with the solid black bar underneath ().
  • Students who started at and are still enrolled at Norwalk Community College are represented by the aqua bar with two white stripes underneath ().
  • Students who started at Norwalk Community College and transferred to another institution prior to earning a degree or certificate are represented by the orange bar with the large white stripe underneath (). These students may have graduated or still be enrolled at another institution.
  • Students from the original group whose status is unknown are represented by the green bar with the top white stripe (). These students may have graduated or still be enrolled somewhere, but their status could not be determined conclusively.

Norwalk Community College | Associate / Certificate Seeking Model - Part-Time

OUTCOMES FOR STUDENT STARTING AT NORWALK COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN FALL 2011 BY SUMMER 2017
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Associate degree from Norwalk Community College 8%
+ Associate degree from Norwalk Community College - with later transfer to another institution 10%
+ Certificate award from Norwalk Community College 2%
+ Certificate award from Norwalk Community College - with later transfer to another institution 1%
= Total Graduated from Norwalk Community College 21%
Enrolled at Norwalk Community College 12%
Transferred with no degree or certificate from Norwalk Community College* 25%
Current Status Unknown 42%
* Students who transferred may have subsequently earned a degree or award or be still enrolled; their status is not tracked after their transfer from Norwalk Community College.