Student Right to Know

Student Consumer Information

Independence Community College discloses information in accordance with the Higher Education Act of 1965 as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) of 2008 to provide support to prospective and current students as they make decisions regarding their college education.

Questions regarding Student Consumer Information should be directed to:

David Adams
1057 W College Ave
Independence, KS 67301

dadams@indycc.edu

 

Athletics

Intercollegiate Athletic Program 
Co-educational institutions that have intercollegiate athletic programs must make certain information available to current and prospective students and to the public, as well as to the Department of Education. The intercollegiate athletic program participation rates and financial support data, known commonly as the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA), contains information including athletic income and expenditures, male and female undergraduate enrollment by sport, salaries and gender of coaches, and completion/graduation and transfer-out rates for students receiving athletically-related student aid. 
For more information related the ICC’s data, visit the EADA website
 
Questions related to our intercollegiate athletic programs can be sent to ICC’s Athletic Director listed on the Athletic Staff Directory. 
Student Athlete Outcomes
Fall 2018 Cohort Graduation Rate - 24%
Fall 2018 Cohort Transfer Rate - 80% 

Student Outcomes

Fall-to-Fall Retention Rates for Full-time First-time Freshman:

Fall 2021: 53%

Fall 2019: 36.9%

Fall 2018: 35.8%

Fall 2017: 37.9%

Fall 2016: 44.4%

Graduation Rates (as reflected on IPEDS Graduation Rates Survey):

2021 Survey: 22%

2020 Survey: 29%

2019 Survey: 24%

2018 Survey: 30%

2017 Survey: 22%

Transfer-Out Rate (as reflected on IPEDS Graduation Rates Survey):

2021 Survey: 56%

2020 Survey: 42%

2019 Survey: 32%

2018 Survey: 32%

2017 Survey: 46%

Technical Skill Assessment Exam Pass Rate (as reflected on the KBOR Follow-Up Survey):

2021: 76%

Job Placement for Graduates (as reflected on the KBOR Follow-Up Survey):

2021: 75%

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