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OIE TEam Contact Information

Michelle Fowles
Dean, Institutional Effectiveness
(818) 947-2437
fowlesmr@lavc.edu

Agyeman Boateng
Research Analyst
(818) 778-5978
boatenas@lavc.edu

Cathy Jin
Research Analyst
(818) 778-5917
jinck@lavc.edu

Michelle Lin
Research Analyst
(818) 947-7205
linme@lavc.edu

Brandon Lo
Assistant Research Analyst
(818) 947-2434
lobp@lavc.edu

Henry Louie
Assistant Research Analyst
(818) 947-2463
louieh@lavc.edu

Ilene Sutter
Senior Secretary
(818) 947-2686
sutteril@lavc.edu

Requests and Questions:
research@lavc.edu

Office: ACA 2201

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Los Angeles Valley College Fast Facts

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Established: June 1949

Campus: Located on 105 - acres in the eastern San Fernando Valley

Enrollment

Academic Year Annual Headcount Fall Headcount FTES
2018-2019 26,969 17,785 11,841.41
2017-2018 26,624 16,515 12,115.96
2016-2017 27,568 17,500 11,785.80
2015-2016 27,959 19,080 12,018.41
2014-2015 27,880 19,301 11,928.51
2013-2014 28,203 19,174 11,815.13
2012-2013 26,607 19,236 10,789.70

Source: https://datamart.cccco.edu/Students/Student_Term_Annual_Count.aspx; https://datamart.cccco.edu/Students/FTES_Summary.aspx

    

*Click here for more on LAVC Headcount & Demographics

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

LAVC offers the following awards programs*:

  • 60    AA degrees                      52     Certificates of Achievement
  • 18    AS degrees                      15     Skills Certificates
  • 18    AT degrees                      13      Non-Credit Certificates
  •   7    ST degrees                         

*program count last updated 04/22/19

For a complete list of current programs see the list of Degrees & Certificates or the campus catalog.

Degrees & Certificates Awarded

  • 2018-2019 Awards - 3452 (total)
  • 1,940 students received awards during 2018-2019
Count of Awards Granted by Type  
Associate Certificates
AA -760 C -1241
AS - 161 CS - 81
AT - 364 CN - 590
ST - 255  
  *updated 1/9/20

Course Offerings: over 1,400 credit sections (Fall2019)

LAVC EMPLOYEES (Headcount)

  Faculty All Other Employees
Employees: 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015
Full-Time 202 202 213 201 186 231 227 225 218 223
Part-Time 441 451 396 432 471 620 667 619 571 501


Source: LACCD Report for Department of Census Survey updated March 2019.

 Institution-Set Standards - (pdf file updated Feburary 2017)

  Institution Set Standard (Floor)

Current

*updated 3/26/20

Success - 66% 66%

69%

Fall 2019

Retention (within course)

84%

87%

Fall 2019

Persistence

(Fall to Fall- New Students)

43%

56%

Fall 17 Cohort

Degree Awards (count) (AA, AS,  ST, ST) 788

1,540

2018-19

Certificate Awards  (count) (CA) 690

1,241

2018-19

UC & CSU Transfer (count) 702

907 - Fall 2019

768 (CSU) - Fall 2019

139 (UC) - Fall 2019

TRANSFERS

  • 139 UC Transfers; 768 CSU Transfers (Fall 2019)
  • Top Transfer Institutions: CSUN, CSLA, UCLA, UC Irvine, CS Long Beach, UC Santa Barbara
  • 93 Transfers to Out-of-State (OOS) institutions (2018-2019)
  • 72 Transfers to In-State-Private (ISP) institutions (2018-2019)

upddated 3/26/20

 

LAVC Institutional Profile

  • CCCO LAVC Profile
  • IPEDS - Feedback Report 2019
  • SCORECARD
  • Student Success Metrics - CalPass (CCCCO)
  • ASSIST.ORG (course information)
  • School Colors: Green and Yellow
  • Mascot: Monarch Lion
  • Tree Campus USA
  • LAVC Athletics: Baseball, Basketball (Men’s & Women’s), Football, Softball, Soccer (Women’s), Swimming & Diving, Water Polo (Men’s & Women’s)
  • Special Programs
    • ACE (Advanced College Enrollment) – College-level courses for high school students (i.e. dual enrollment)
    • Community Services – Lifelong learning and training classes for the community
    • Continuing Education Noncredit Programs – ESL, learning skills, and licensure classes
    • Cooperative Education – College credit for work experience
    • Extension Program – Professional training programs such as paralegal, legal secretary, human resources, pharmacy technician, clinical medical assistant
    • Job Training – Career training programs
    • PUENTE Cohort
    • Service Learning Program
    • TAP (Transfer Alliance/Honors Program) – Honors classes for transferring to a university
    • UMOJA Community/ Black Scholars
    • Virtual Valley Online Program

College Facts

  • Accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC)
  • Member of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC)
  • A Hispanic Serving Institution

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