Academic Accountability

According to its mission, Cloud County Community College prepares students to lead successful lives so that they may enhance the vitality of their communities. Among our Guiding Values is Integrity: We uphold the highest standards of ethics and public stewardship. For more on our Mission Statement and Guiding Values, click here

In accordance with our mission and guiding values, we hold ourselves accountable for our success record. The following information is provided as a part of this accountability.

This page includes information about gradation rates, retention, licensure exam pass rates (as applicable) and data about students after graduation.

For other students disclosures, please visit the Consumer Information Page.

Graduation Rates                

Cloud County graduation rates can be found HERE.

For more institutional data, please see our Regulatory Reporting Page or visit the Kansas Board of Regents Data Book

Transfer Rates

Cloud County transfer rates can be found HERE.

According to the KHEStats New Transfer Students Report, when Cloud students transfer to a four-year university, their academic performance is comparable to both students who started their studies at the university and to students who transferred in from other Kansas community colleges.

Sources: National Center for Education Statistics and the KHEStats New Transfer Students Report.

Credential Rates

Credential rates earned by students can be found HERE.

Student Success Index

The Student Success Index, as reported using data from the Kansas Higher Education Data System (KHEDS), provides the success rates as of year three of each cohort of students enrolling at Cloud County Community College (CCCC). The Student Success Index includes the following in defining success: all students who were retained or completed a degree, certificate or stand-alone program (occupational programs) or who were retained at a Kansas or other out-of-state higher education institution. The success rate is calculated at the end of year three of each cohort and an overall success rate is reported. CCCC’s Student Success Index can be found HERE

Retention Rates

Cloud County retention rates can be found HERE.

For more institutional data, please see our Regulatory Reporting Page or visit the Kansas Board of Regents Data Book

Industry Placement 

As a part of annual program review, Individual academic departments track industry placement for those students who did not transfer to a four-year institution. Additional departments and years will be added as data becomes available.




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 *In 2017, Job Placement Data changed for CCCC from graduates employed in the nursing profession to graduates employed as a Registered Nurse within 6 months of graduation.

For more information, visit the Nursing Department home page

Academic Outcome Assessment

Each Cloud County Community College course is focused on specific Student Learning Outcomes (also known as Course Outcomes). Each semester, faculty members assess student learning based on these outcomes.

Student work in general education courses is also assessed against general education outcomes. 

For more information on academic assessment, please visit our Assessment page.