STUDENTS SERVED (CREDIT & NON CREDIT)
Student Headcount (Unduplicated)
FACULTY & STAFF
As of July 2014
Full–Time Faculty: 230
Adjunct Faculty: 548
Full–Time Staff & Management: 355
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT (CREDIT) 2014–2015
Degrees Awarded: 2,248
Certificates Awarded: 1,032
Successful Course Completion Rate (Grade of A, B, C or CR): 73.6%
Transfers to UC and CSU*: 1,023
*Reflects 2013–2014 data, as 2014–2015 data are not yet available
Note: Many students attend SBCC to obtain basic English or math skills, improve or advance current job skills, or for personal enrichment and do not aspire to earn a degree or certificate or transfer to a four–year institution.
DEMOGRAPHICS (CREDIT & NON CREDIT) 2014/2015
African American: 3.2%
American Indian/Alaskan Native: 0.5%
Pacific Islander 0.2%
Other Non-White: 0.5%
Two or more races: 3.7%
Full Time: 33.6%
Part Time: 66.4%
Day Only: 58%
Evening Only: 6%
Day & Evening: 14%
Under 25: 58.3%
Frequently Asked Questions - Enrollment 2014-2015
How many of the students came from the Tri-Counties area (Santa Barbara, San Luis
Obispo, and Ventura Counties)?
70% of the students came from the Tri-Counties; 20% from other counties in California; 4% out of state; and 6% international.
How many of these students came from Santa Barbara County?
64% of the students came from Santa Barbara County; 26% from other counties in California; 4% out of state; and 6% international.
How many students came from the Santa Barbara Community College District (from Carpinteria/Summerland
60% of the students came from in-district; 30% from out of district; 4% from out-of-state; and 6% international.
How many local high school graduates enrolled at SBCC?
43% of the June 2014 local high school graduates (Carpinteria Unified School District and Santa Barbara Unified School District) enrolled at SBCC in the fall semester 2014.
SBCC serves local high school students through the Dual Enrollment Program. How many
high school students enrolled in the 2014-2015 academic year?
2,089 local high school students were enrolled as dual enrollment students in the fall semester 2014 and 2,108 students in the spring semester 2015.