About HACC
Student persistence and retention are important aspects of a student's ability to complete a program or degree. Persistence is measured in a student's ability to successfully complete all portions of the relevant educational requirements. Retention is the rate at which students return to school from term to term. Both are necessary to ensure a student's success in obtaining his or her educational goals. HACC measures these aspects by monitoring student success in terms of grades awarded, the time span needed to complete developmental education requirements, and the rate at which students return to college each term.

Student Retention by Campus Fall 2008-2009

Course Success Rate by Campus


College-wide Course Success Rate English as a Second Language Success Rate

Audited data is used to populate the dimensions rather than live data. This provides a static reference point for each of the academic years and ensures consistency from year to year.