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Student Equity Data
Data provided on this page are used to identify disproportionate impact (DI) at Las Positas College as part of the college's 2022-2025 Student Equity Plan (SEP). The intent is to encourage campus-wide dialogue and support efforts to remove barriers to student achievement. The college then develops strategies to help close any existing achievement gaps for students.
The California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office produces data that are disaggregated by gender, race-ethnicity, foster youth status, veteran status, income level, disability status, first generation status, LGBT status and economically disadvantaged status. Five (5) metrics are used to evaluate disproportionate impact: (1) Access - Successful Enrollment in the first year, (2) Persistence - Retention from First Primary Term to subsequent primary term, (3) Completion of Transfer Level math & English in the first year, (4) Completion - Attainment of Vision for Success Definition of Completion within three years; (5) Transfer Completion - Transferred to a Four-Year Institution within three years.
2022 Student Equity Plan Data
- Summary of DI Groups (PDF)
- Interactive Dashboard of 2022-2025 SEP Data (or, see below)
2017-2019 Unified Plan (Data)
These data are provided in order to identify disproportionate impact (DI) at Las Positas College as part of the college Unified Plan (Student Success and Support Program; the Basic Skills Initiative; and Student Equity). The intent is to encourage campus-wide dialogue and support efforts on closing student achievement gaps within the following categories: gender, race-ethnicity, foster youth status, veteran status, income level, and disability status.
The College determines DI in five areas: Access, Course Completion, ESL and Basic skills Completion, Degree and Certificate Completion, and Transfer. The data used for the 2017-19 Unified Plan has identified DI in the following groups: males, African Americans, Asians, Latinos, Whites, Multi-Ethnic students, foster youth, veterans, low-income students, and students with disabilities.
Please click here for a summary of DI.
2014-2015 Student Equity Plan (Data)
- ESL Overall Successful Course Completion
- English Overall Successful Course Completion
- Math Overall Successful Course Completion
ESL and Basic Skills Completion
- ESL 25 Students' Completion Rates in English 1A
- English 102/104/105 Students’ Completion Rates in English 1A
- Math 107 Students’ Completion Rates in Math 65
- Math 65 Students’ Completion Rates in Math 55
- Math 55 Students’ Completion Rates in Math 40
- Math 55 Students’ Completion Rates in Math 38