Facts & Figures

Learn all about Lamar Community College, by the numbers.  Here you will find reports, institutional research, and other data to help you get a clear picture of who we are.


Student Learning Outcomes Assessment

What are Institutional Learning Outcomes?

They are learning goals that all students will achieve in any program of study.  When our students complete their certificate or degree, we want them to have grown in their ability to communicate, to be an active thinker, to understand and have the skills of professionalism for any environment, and to understand the value of social connectedness and engaged citizenship.

How do we define our Institutional Learning Outcomes?

LCC equips students to intellectually and ethically compete for professional and academic advancement in an ever-changing world. The learning outcomes described below represent the essential components that work together to produce the desired academic result of college coursework. LCC utilizes aspects of the Association of American Colleges and Universities LEAP Essential Learning outcomeshttps://www.aacu.org/leap/essential-learning-outcomes. It is expected that every LCC graduate will achieve these outcomes.

Active Thinking
  • Reasoning
  • Creativity
  • Analysis
  • Problem Solving
Professionalism
  • Reliability & Conscientiousness
  • Focus & Follow-Through
  • Goal Setting
  • Civility & Respect
  • Ethical Behavior
  • Technological Literacy
Communication
  • Written
  • Oral
  • Interpersonal
Social Connectedness & Engaged Citizenship
  • Involvement in Campus Life
  • Serving & Supporting Others
  • Leadership
  • Global Awareness

How do we measure our Institutional Learning Outcomes?

We sample student work and ask students to give us feedback.  We look for improvement in a student’s abilities from their first semester to their last semester.  We work to provide opportunities for students to grow in their classes, in their clubs and activities, and in their interactions with LCC services.

View the complete Assessment Report

Common Data Set

Use the LCC Common Data Set to view yearly data on learn more about Lamar Community College.  This report includes data on enrollment and persistence, admissions, academic offerings and policies, student life, annual student expenses, financial aid, faculty and class sizes, and degrees conferred by discipline.

The Common Data Set (CDS) initiative is a collaborative effort among data providers in the higher education community and publishers as represented by the College Board, Peterson’s, and U.S. News & World Report. The combined goal of this collaboration is to improve the quality and accuracy of information provided to all involved in a student’s transition into higher education, as well as to reduce the reporting burden on data providers.


CCCS Fact Book

For more in-depth information, review the CCCS Fact Book.  This report provides data on enrollment, retention, degrees awarded, developmental education, high school (concurrent) enrollment, and financial aid for the thirteen colleges of the Colorado Community College System (CCCS) including Lamar Community College.


Equity in Athletics

View the LCC Equity in Athletics report to learn more about the participation rates, financial support, and other aspects of our men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletic programs.

The College submits this report each year per the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) of 1994.  This information helps prospective student-athletes to make decisions in choosing a college, as well as assesss a college’s commitment to and progress toward gender equality in its intercollegiate athletic programs.  Visit the Equity in Athletics Data Analysis site to learn more.

For more information
Contact Scott Crampton, LCC Athletic Director, by email at scott.crampton@lamarcc.edu or by calling 719.336.1681.


Campus Safety

Lamar Community College strives to provide a safe and healthy environment for our students.  Visit the Campus Safety page to learn more.