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College Data

College Data Book

HACC provides a variety of data reports for public use, and these reports are compiled into a College Data Book (CDB) and posted on the Institutional Research website. The CDB webpage is set up as an index that lists and describes each set of data and identifies the data source. Over the past 15+ years, periodic divisional reorganizations have been implemented. These reorganizations have changed the way that data in each CDB is sorted and presented. To preserve each organizational structure, multiple CDBs are provided, each of which covers a five year time period. Links to each CDB are listed below with a short description of the organizational structure. Contact Linda Mussoline at 717-736-4192 (internal extension 214192) or lamussol@hacc.edu for more information.

 

Academic years beginning with 2014-15

View Current College Data Book.

This CDB begins with academic year 2014-15. In most cases, data are provided as alphabetical lists by major (program) rather than divisional structures and include the current and previous four years, providing a five year snapshot of each dataset. This CDB is in "transition" and all documents may not yet be available. In those instances, links have been temporarily disabled. Please contact Linda Mussoline if the data you seek is not posted.


Academic years 2009-10 to 2013-14

View 2009-10 to 2013-14 College Data Book.

This CDB covers academic years 2009-10 to 2013-14. Data is organized under the following divisional structure:

  • Academic Affairs &Enrollment Management
  • Business, Hospitality &Tourism
  • Communications, Humanities &Arts
  • Health Careers
  • Mathematics &Science
  • Social Sciences 
  • Technology


Academic years 2004-05 to 2008-09 

View 2004-05 to 2008-09 College Data Book 

This CDB covers academic years 2004-05 through 2008-09. Data is under the following divisional structure:

  • Business, Hospitality, Engineering &Technology
  • Communications, Arts, &Social Sciences
  • Math/Science &Allied Health
  • Workforce &Economic Development