ACC Strategic Plan Dashboards
ACC Strategic Plan Dashboards
Strategic Plan Dashboards

ACC’s Strategic Plan is a comprehensive plan that sets the agenda for the next three to five years as we build upon our work to achieve equity in higher education. The Strategic Plan Dashboards will help track the College’s achievement in reaching the following goals:

  • Goal 1 – Increase annual enrollment to 85,000 students by 2030
  • Goal 2 – Increase fall persistence rates to 58% for fall 2029 cohort
  • Goal 3 – Award 15,000 credentials to ACC students in academic year 2030

Access: Public

ACC Strategic Plan Dashboards (Internal)
ACC Strategic Plan Dashboards (Internal)

The ACC Strategic Plan Dashboard (internal) allows report to be shown down to the department level

Access: Accessible with ACC Okta Authentication only.

Post Completion Outcomes Dashboard

The Post Completion Outcomes Dashboard includes a series of dashboards that report program completers’ employment status, wage improvement, and estimated median wages. The dashboards report results which are aggregated for completers by program and award.

Training: Video Tutorial (coming soon)
Access: Accessible on the ACC Network only.

Fast Track Programs – Tracking Dashboard

A FastTrack Career Program provides students a path to earn short-term workforce credentials with labor market value in less than one year. This dashboard tracks information on Fast Track programs such as student headcount and completion. Future features will include persistence and post-completion outcomes (employment, wage improvement, etc.)

Access: Accessible on the ACC network only.

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Click on the plus ➕ icon to expand and view report description.

To access TIPS dashboards and some other TIPS reports you need to be connected to the ACC Network.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C.§ 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education. In accordance with FERPA, researchers need to be extremely cautious about releasing data that could lead to the identification of individual students, particularly when related to financial or performance data. Per OIRA guidelines, tables produced from TIPS intended for presentations or any other public release should have small cell sizes (N < 5) suppressed. By using the Austin Community College Information Portal (TIPS), you are agreeing to the FERPA statement above.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)