Office of Research and Institutional Effectiveness

The Office of Research and Institutional Effectiveness plays a strategic role in the continuous improvement of Butler Community College. Through research, planning and knowledge management, the office supports the evolution of the college into an organization that can dynamically generate the capabilities it needs to achieve breakthrough performance in meeting the needs of its stakeholders.

The office achieves its mission by increasing the quality and flow of knowledge critical to the institution and sychronizing institutional strategy, culture, structure and systems.

For additional information or help with a research project, please access our Online Request System.

Unit Performance Management

 

Core Institutional Performance Data Set (AY14)
Annual Unduplicated Headcount 13,495
Annual Credit Hours 186,044
Business and Industry Courses Offered (FY2013) 187
Fall to Spring Retention Rate 78%
Graduation Rate (IPEDS 2013-14) 23%
Transfer to 4 Year Rate (IPEDS 2013-14)
29%
Job Placement Rate (CaTERS 2012-13) 85%
Student Satisfaction with Butler (Noel-Levitz) 5.4

 

 

Butler Quick Facts

Fall 2014 20th Day Enrollment

Total Enrollment 9,239
Total Credit Hours 86,464.5
 
Site     Race/Ethnicity  
Andover 4,457   American Indian/Alaska Native 114
Butler County sites 480   Asian 413
El Dorado 2,524   Black/non-Hispanic 815
Flint Hills sites 118   Caucasian/White 6,071
McConnell AFB 443   Hispanic 1,009
Rose Hill 193   Mixed Race 270
Virtual Campus 3,806   Pacific Islander/Hawaiian 36
Not Reported 511
 
Gender     Age  
Male 3,920   17 and under 875
Female 5,319   18-22 4,761
      23-29 1,881
      30-49 1,478
County of Residence     50+ 244
Butler 2,007      
Sedgwick 5,885      
 
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