Completion and Placement Rates for Career Credential Programs
The Student Right to Know Act requires schools to disclose completion rate statistics to employees, students, and potential students. The following reflect enrollment data in Title IV eligible Career Credential Programs only. Additional consumer information including Median Loan Debt, CIP, and SOC Codes and Occupations available on the Program page on our website at www.mahoningctc.com or by accessing the links listed at the bottom of this page. An academic year runs from July 1st – June 30th.
ACCSC Annual Reporting - Graduation and Employment Rates
The graduation and employment rates listed below are as reported in the October 2021 Annual Report to ACCSC.
|Automotive Technology||EMT||Firefighter II||Medical Assistant||Medical Office Specialist||Welding|
|Program Reporting Dates||July 2018 – June 2019||Sept. 2019 – Aug. 2020||Dec. 2019 – Nov. 2020||Jan. 2019 –Dec. 2019||Jan. 2018 –Dec. 2018||Dec. 2018 – Nov. 2019|
|Students Starting Program||7||39||12||13||12||27|
|Students Available for Graduation||7/100%||39/100%||12/100%||13/100%||12/100%||27/100%|
|Graduates within 150% Program Length||6/86%||25/64%||12/100%||13/100%||11/92%||23/85%|
|Graduates Furthering Education||0/0%||0/0%||0/0%||0/0%||0/0%||0/0%|
|Graduates Unavailable for Employment||0/0%||0/0%||0/0%||0/0%||0/0%||0/0%|
|Graduates Available for Employment||6/100%||25/100%||12/100%||13/100%||11/100%||23/100%|
|Graduates Employed in Field||6/100%||13/52%||12/100%||13/100%||8/73%||12/52%|
|Graduates Employed in Unrelated Occupation||0/0%||1/4%||0/0%||0/0%||1/9%||5/22%|
|Graduates Employment Unknown||0/0%||11/44%||0/0%||0/0%||2/18%||6/26%|
Accreditor Placement Rate Methodology:
Placement Rate Percentage is determined by taking the number of student graduates employed in the field divided by the number of graduates available for employment.
Graduates Employed in the Field/Graduates Available for Employment = Employment Rate
("Graduates Employed in the Field" divided by "Graduates Available for Employment" = "Employment Rate")
Exclusions: Students graduates meeting any of the following conditions are excluded from the “graduates available for employment” calculation: (1) graduates that continue on with education in an accredited institution of higher education on at least a half-time basis; (2) graduates unavailable for employment due to the onset of a medical condition (3) graduates employed in jobs not related to the training obtained from the school’s program; (4) unemployed graduates; (5) graduates for which no information about employment or unemployment is available.
Employed in Field Classification Guidelines:
- The employment classification is appropriate and reasonable based on the educational objectives of the program.
- The employment is for a reasonable period of time, is based on program objectives, and can be considered sustainable (e.g., not a single day of employment).
- The employment is directly related to the program from which the individual graduated, aligns with a majority of the educational and training objectives of the program, and is a paid position.
- The employment classification is verified by the school.
State Placement Rate Methodology:
Placement Rate Percentage is determined by taking the number of student graduates employed in a related field and/or non-related field, are not employed but are attending school for related or non-related education, or are in the military divided by the number of graduates of the program.
Graduates Employed/Program Graduates = Employment Rate
("Graduates Employed" divided by "Program Graduates" = "Employment Rate")
Exclusions: Students graduates meeting any of the following conditions are excluded from the “graduates employed” calculation: (1) graduates not employed but seeking employment; (2) graduates not employed and not seeking employment; (3) graduates for which no information about employment or unemployment is available.
When were Former Students Employed?
Rates are based on: (1) students who started their program between the reporting dates; (2) graduate students employed for a reasonable period of time and considered sustainable (e.g., not a single day of employment).