Commitment to Colorado

Access to High-quality, Affordable Higher Education

Outcomes

Institutional Research Findings for Fall 2008 to Fall 2012

Retention bv Expected Family Contribution Report

  • Highlights
    • In Fall 2011 and Fall 2012, Pell eligible Commitment to Colorado (CTC) recipients (full CTC) have higher retention rates compared to Pell eligible non-CTC recipients.
    • In Fall 2011, full CTC students and half CTC students have retention rates that are
      very similar to the overall rate.
    • The overall Fall 2012 full-time, first-time (FTFT) student retention rate increased 1.9 percentage points, which is the largest percentage point increase in retention seen at CSU in recent cohorts. In Fall 2012, all income groups have increases in their retention rates.

Institutional Research Findings for Fall 2008 to Fall 2011

Retention by Expected Family Contribution (EFC) Report

  • Highlights
    • Among CTC eligible students, the half CTC group had the largest increase in their retention rate from Fall 2010 to Fall 2011.
    • The overall Fall 2011 FTFT retention rate increased compared to the Fall 2010 FTFT retention rate. The Fall 2011 retention rate is similar to the Fall 2009 retention rate.