TRUCCSTransfer and Retention of Urban Community College Students
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The TRUCCS project uses the course as the unit of measure of success because it is a building block for many other outcomes such as transfer, an associate degree, or a certificate.
TRUCCS description community college transfer and retention: The Los Angeles TRUCCS project.
Major projects include the Transfer and Retention of Urban Community College Students (TRUCCS) and [C.sup.2]IR, a national network of training for community college institutional researchers.
Sample Demographics The stratified random TRUCCS sample reflects the demographics of the LACCD population, with a majority of the students being female.
All means ranged between option 5, "At least a Bachelor's Degree, maybe more" and 6, "Master's degree." The majority of the TRUCCS students aspired to a bachelor's or master's degree.
TRUCCS began with a cross-section of college students, thus including some students who were new to the community college and others who had attended college for a long time.
Transfer The TRUCCS sample is generally representative of the LACCD as well as other large urban community college districts.
This is a report on the Los Angeles Transfer and Retention of Urban Community College Students (TRUCCS) Project, which tracks approximately 5,000 community college students from nine campuses of the Los Angeles Community College District in order to gather information on retention and persistence.