Rural community colleges have a lower transfer rate to universities within six years than colleges in other areas.

Each dot represents one of the state’s 114 community college campuses.

Note: The transfer percentage counts the students who begin on a transfer track and enroll in a university within six years.
Source: The California Community Colleges and EdSource analysis.

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  1. Randy Cook 4 weeks ago4 weeks ago

    Question: where and how do you get your a-g completion rates?

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  2. Louise Rozansky 4 weeks ago4 weeks ago

    How do you get to the actual map? I see the written percentages in ‘find the result ‘ , but where is the map? Thank you!

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    • John Fensterwald 4 weeks ago4 weeks ago

      Louise, when you move your cursor over the map, the cursor becomes a hand. When you move the hand over one of the circles designating a college, the hand becomes an index finger. Click and you'll get the college name and the transfer percentage. Use the plus and minus at the upper right of the map to magnify the map to find the college you are looking for; magnifying also makes it easier to use … Read More

      Louise, when you move your cursor over the map, the cursor becomes a hand. When you move the hand over one of the circles designating a college, the hand becomes an index finger. Click and you’ll get the college name and the transfer percentage. Use the plus and minus at the upper right of the map to magnify the map to find the college you are looking for; magnifying also makes it easier to use the index finger tool.

      With a little practice, it should become easier. Many interactive maps use the same technique.

      • John Fensterwald 4 weeks ago4 weeks ago

        Another suggestion, Louise, from our data team that might apply to you and others. Your browser may be out of date. Our team suggests using the latest version of Chrome or one of the others:
        Safari 9 and above.
        Firefox latest.
        Microsoft Edge 13 (with the most recent Windows 10 update).