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Northland Community and Technical College - East Grand Forks
2022 Central Ave. N.E.
East Grand Forks, MN 56721-2702
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Phone: (218) 793-2800 or (800) 451-3441
http://www.northlandcollege.edu


Program:
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Program Length: Not available.
Award: Diploma -
Licensure or Certification Type: Not available.
Average Cost of Attendance: Not available.
Qualifies for Workforce Investment Act: Not available.
Program Completion Rate: The proportion of fall new entering full-time students who complete their program of study or transfer to another institution within 150% of normal completion time. 150% of normal time for completion of an associate degree is typically three years and for a bachelors degree is typically six years. This measure is reported by the training provider.
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Institution Completion Rate: The proportion of fall new entering full-time students at an institution whom graduate or transfer within 150% of the normal time for completion. 150% of normal time for completion of an associate degree is typically three years and for a bachelors degree is typically six years. This measure is reported by the training provider.
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Provider Comments: Additional information presented by a training provider to clarify or supplement a programs performance results.
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Notes of Caution: Employment and wage performance measures may be affected by factors beyond the purview of each school and its training programs. Since regional labor market conditions, economic cycles, and individual characteristics of each graduate also impact these results, your experiences may differ from those of past graduates.

Currently, employment and wage data are only available for graduates employed in Minnesota who are covered by Unemployment Insurance (UI). Training programs with graduates working outside Minnesota or in jobs not covered by UI may have employment rates comparatively lower than programs with fewer such graduates.


  Initial Participation The first set of program graduate performance results to be determined. These measures (Employment Participation Rate, Graduate Wages) are calculated for all program graduates who were reported to be in unsubsidized employment in Minnesota during the second quarter (October-December) following the end (June) of the academic year of graduation.
Retention at
Six Months
The second set of program graduate performance results to be determined. These measures (Employment Retention Rate at Six Months, Retained Graduate Wages at Six Months) are calculated for all program graduates who continued to be reported in unsubsidized employment in Minnesota during the fourth quarter (April-June) following the end (June) of the academic year of graduation.
Retention at
Two Years
The third set of program graduate performance results to be determined. These measures (Employment Retention at Two Years, Retained Graduate Wages at Two Years) are calculated for all program graduates who continue to be reported in unsubsidized employment in Minnesota during the tenth quarter (October-December) following the end (June) of the academic year of graduation. These rates will represent the most recent three years of available data; however, currently only two years of data are available. Graduate wages are adjusted using the quarterly Employment Cost Index.
Employment Rate:  EITHER the percent of program graduates initially participating in employment during a quarter OR the percent of employed graduates who continue to be reported in employment during a subsequent quarter
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Hourly Graduate Wages:  EITHER the median hourly wage rate of program graduates initially participating in employment during a quarter OR the median hourly wage rate of employed graduates who continue to be reported in employment during a subsequent quarter.
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Program Graduates from Academic Years: 2008-2010 2008-2010 2007-2009
 
Graduate Follow Up Results: Results show graduate responses to training provider surveys. Survey results may not include all graduates. There is no state standard for how training providers gather Training Related Employment information.
 
Training Related Employment Rate:  The number of graduates that reported being employed in jobs that they feel are related to their education and training program divided by the sum of the graduates with related jobs plus graduates with unrelated jobs seeking related jobs plus graduates available for work but unemployed. Graduates who are continuing education, employed and not seeking related jobs, unavailable for employment or whose employment status was not reported are excluded from this calculation.
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Continuing Education:  The number of graduates that were classified as continuing their education divided by the sum of graduates that responded to the survey. Graduates who were both employed and continuing their education were asked whether they wanted to be classified as employed or continuing education.
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Total Graduates : The total number of graduates from this program over the specified academic year(s).
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