This section of TIPS provides reports and data to support planning, analysis, assessment, and decision making for instructional (teaching) units within the college. Resources include departmental snapshots, and other reports and data on grades, courses, student demographics, graduation and transfer outcomes for first time in college students.

ACC Monitor What Matters

Access: Some reports will require Full Access (login required) to TIPS.

Departmental Snapshot

Access: Single Sign-On (SSO) with ACC Okta Required

Description: ACC implemented an ACC Snapshot and Departmental Snapshots to focus faculty and staff discussion on quality improvement strategies. ACC uses Departmental Snapshots to assess achievement of college-wide mission goals at the department level. These performance indicators allow departments to monitor their progress towards meeting enrollment targets, enhancing student success, and maintaining stewardship.

Description: Reports on student enrollments (headcount and course enrollments), credit hours, and contact hours at the college level, by location, and by additional parameters including gender, race/ethnicity, full-time/part-time, region, zip code, residency, age, degree program, and declared major.

  • Registration Report – Daily Percent-Full Sections Information
  • Section Allocation Planning Tool
  • Student Profile

Example: Please click here for example Enrollment Data report.

Description:
Grade distributions at college, dean area, department, and course level. Report options include course type (course length, gatekeeper, distance learning), student demographics, full-time/part-time, FTIC, Pell and Non/Pell, and faculty type.

Example: Please click here for example Grade Data report.

Description: These reports require no dynamic input parameters.

Description: This utility allows users to create a list of students who meet particular criteria, such as students with a specific declared major or who attend a specific campus, and obtain demographic, course, and campus data for this group of students. Users may obtain student information from the 12th class day (census day data), end of term, or current data.
A second option allows users to run the same type of reports for students enrolled only in online courses. Users may obtain student information for these reports from census day data or current data (no end of term data).

FTIC Transfer
Description:
National Student Clearinghouse data and THECB data on ACC student transfers to other institutions of higher learning.Access: ACC Full Access Required

Example: Please click here for example Transfer Data.

Internal Reports
Note
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)