The North Carolina Community College System designates eight performance measures as core indicators of student success:
Recognition of Exceptional Institutional Performance is based upon a college meeting or exceeding all performance measures, having no exams for which the college controls who sits for the exam with a passing rate of less than 70%, and college transfer students performing at a level equal to or above native UNC system students.
Both internal and external measures are taken throughout the year, according to the NCCCS Annual Reporting Plan, and submitted to the NCCCS who publishes in June, results for each community college in the Critical Success Factors document. Any standard not met requires an action plan for improving performance that must be submitted to the State Board of Community Colleges. Results for MCC are reported annually to the college community in the MCC Performance Measures document which is available on the college web site. The IRPAC and the President’s Cabinet evaluate the results and work with appropriate divisions/departments to enhance performance as needed.
|NCCCS 2011 Critical Success Factors|
|NCCCS 2009 Critical Success Factors||MCC Performance Measures 2009|
|NCCCS 2008 Critical Success Factors||MCC Performance Measures 2008|
|NCCCS 2007 Critical Success Factors||MCC Performance Measures 2007|
|NCCCS 2006 Critical Success Factors||MCC Performance Measures 2006|
|NCCCS 2005 Critical Success Factors||MCC Performance Measures 2005|
|(Note: Reports contain data for the previous academic year, i.e. the 2005 report contains data for academic year 2003-2004)|