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INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH 
V-36 
YBOR CITY SPRING HEADCOUNT: PROGRAM & AGE 
6,000
7,000
8,000
9,000
10,000
11,000
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Spring
Number of Students
Including Rec. & Leisure
Excluding Rec. & Leisure
STUDENTS BY PROGRAM TYPE 
Spring 2009 
Spring 2010 
Spring 2011 
Spring 2012 
Spring 2013 
Credit 
6,581  75.4%  7,718
78.2%
7,869
77.5%
7,727  80.8%  7,134
78.8%
Non-credit 
1,842  21.1%  1,911
19.4%
2,142
21.1%
1,675  17.5%  1,760
19.4%
Rec. & Leisure 
301 
3.5% 
235
2.4%
142
1.4%
156 
1.6% 
158
1.7%
TOTAL 
8,724 
9,864
10,153
9,558 
9,052
STUDENTS BY AGE GROUP 
Spring 2009 
Spring 2010 
Spring 2011 
Spring 2012 
Spring 2013 
Less than 18 
118 
1.4% 
148
1.6%
132
1.3%
166 
1.8% 
220
2.5%
18 – 19 
1,633  19.4%  1,662
17.4%
1,496
15.1%
1,386  14.8%  1,301
14.7%
20 – 24 
2,852  34.0%  3,190
33.4%
3,244
32.6%
3,084  33.0%  2,817
31.9%
25 – 29 
1,275  15.2%  1,481
15.5%
1,583
15.9%
1,591  17.0%  1,438
16.3%
30 – 39 
1,363  16.2%  1,680
17.6%
1,839
18.5%
1,686  18.1%  1,575
17.8%
40 – 49 
799 
9.5% 
962
10.1%
1,163
11.7%
984  10.5%  1,007
11.4%
50 – 59 
273 
3.3% 
341
3.6%
413
4.2%
369 
4.0% 
403
4.6%
60 + 
85 
1.0% 
83
0.9%
68
0.7%
70 
0.7% 
78
0.9%
Total Reported 
8,398 
9,547
9,938
9,336 
8,839
Not Reported 
21 
75
71
66 
54
TOTAL 
8,419 
9,622
10,009
9,402 
8,893
Percentages reported are based on the number of students for whom birth dates were available. In Spring 2013, one student 
who took a course at the Ybor City Campus had an invalid birth date and was eliminated from analyses involving age. 
STUDENTS BY AVERAGE AGE 
Spring 2009 
Spring 2010 
Spring 2011 
Spring 2012 
Spring 2013 
Credit  Non-credit  Credit  Non-credit
Credit  Non-credit
Credit  Non-credit  Credit  Non-credit
Mean 
26.2 
33.6 
26.6 
34.9
27.0
36.1
27.2
35.2 
27.3
35.6
Median 
22.6 
31.4 
23.0 
33.2
23.4
35.5
23.7
33.6 
23.6
34.1
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INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH 
V-37 
YBOR CITY SPRING HEADCOUNT: RACE / ETHNICITY 
STUDENTS BY RACE / ETHNICITY STATUS: WHITE / NON-WHITE 
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Spring
% of Students Who Reported Ethnicity
White
Non-White
STUDENTS BY RACE / ETHNICITY 
Spring 2009 
Spring 2010 
Spring 2011 
Spring 2012 
Spring 2013 
African American 
2,573  30.9%  2,811 30.2%
2,774 29.7%
2,512  29.3%  2,209 27.9%
Amer Ind./AK Native 
36  0.4% 
29
0.3%
41
0.4%
41  0.5% 
34
0.4%
Asian 
300  3.6% 
306
3.3%
264
2.8%
231  2.7% 
188
2.4%
Hispanic 
1,773  21.3%  2,107 22.6%
2,094 22.4%
2,054  24.0%  1,992 25.1%
Hawaiian/Pac. Island 
9
0.1%
17  0.2% 
17
0.2%
White 
3,640  43.7%  4,058 43.6%
4,075 43.7%
3,602  42.1%  3,364 42.4%
Two or more races 
76
0.8%
106  1.2% 
122
1.5%
Total Reported 
8,322 
9,311
9,333
8,563 
7,926
Not Reported 
101 
318
678
839 
968
TOTAL 
8,423 
9,629
10,011
9,402 
8,894
Percentages reported for each racial / ethnic group were based on the number of students within each group for whom data 
were available. 
STUDENTS BY RACE / ETHNICITY AND CREDIT STATUS 
Spring 2009 
Spring 2010 
Spring 2011 
Spring 2012 
Spring 2013 
Credit  Non-credit  Credit  Non-credit
Credit  Non-credit Credit  Non-credit  Credit  Non-credit
African American 
1,998 
575  2,328
483
2,312
462
2,149 
363  1,836
373
Amer Ind/AK Native 
28 
23
6
28
13
32 
29
5
Asian 
273 
27 
277
29
234
30
201 
30 
169
19
Hispanic 
1,460 
313  1,780
327
1,795
299
1,801 
253  1,731
261
Hawaiian/Pac. Island 
7
2
15 
14
3
White 
2,731 
909  3,046
1,012
2,870
1,205
2,676 
926  2,455
909
Two or more races 
74
2
104 
118
4
% Non-White 
57.9% 
50.4% 
59.1%
45.5%
60.8%
40.1%
61.7% 
41.6% 
61.4%
42.2%
Percentage non-White includes all categories except White and was based on the number of students for whom race / 
ethnicity was reported. 
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INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH 
V-38 
YBOR CITY SPRING HEADCOUNT: GENDER & CREDIT STATUS 
PERCENTAGE OF MALE STUDENTS: CREDIT & NON-CREDIT STATUS 
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Spring
% of Male Students
Credit
Non-credit
STUDENTS BY GENDER 
Spring 2009 
Spring 2010 
Spring 2011 
Spring 2012 
Spring 2013 
Female 
4,578  54.4%  5,148
53.6%
5,275
52.9%
4,995  53.9%  4,605
52.7%
Male 
3,836  45.6%  4,465
46.4%
4,706
47.1%
4,266  46.1%  4,141
47.3%
Total Reported 
8,414 
9,613
9,981
9,261 
8,746
Not Reported 
16
30
141 
148
TOTAL 
8,423 
9,629
10,011
9,402 
8,894
Percentages reported for each gender were based on the number of students within each group whose gender was reported. 
STUDENTS BY GENDER AND CREDIT STATUS 
Spring 2009 
Spring 2010 
Spring 2011 
Spring 2012 
Spring 2013 
Credit  Non-credit  Credit  Non-credit Credit  Non-credit Credit  Non-credit  Credit  Non-credit
Female 
4,007 
571 
4,667 
481
4,751
524
4,583
412 
4,181
424
Male 
2,569 
1,267 
3,041 
1,424
3,094
1,612
3,075
1,191 
2,818
1,323
% Male 
39.1% 
68.9% 
39.5% 
74.8%
39.4%
75.5%
40.2%
74.3% 
40.3%
75.7%
Percentage male was based on the number of students whose gender was reported. 
STUDENTS BY FULL-TIME / PART-TIME STATUS AND CREDIT STATUS 
Spring 2009 
Spring 2010 
Spring 2011 
Spring 2012 
Spring 2013 
Credit  Non-credit  Credit  Non-credit Credit  Non-credit Credit  Non-credit  Credit  Non-credit
Full-time 
983 
122 
1,161 
228
1,200
159
1,148
184 
1,074
214
Part-time  5,598 
1,720 
6,557 
1,683
6,669
1,983
6,579
1,491 
6,060
1,546
% FT 
14.9% 
6.6% 
15.0% 
11.9%
15.2%
7.4%
14.9%
11.0% 
15.1%
12.2%
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SECTION SIX 
PROGRAMS 
ANNUAL ENROLLMENTS BY ACTIVITY-BASED CAMPUS 
TRANSFER (ASSOCIATE IN ARTS) PROGRAM 
Enrollments & Completions 
Program Specializations 
WORKFORCE PROGRAM 
Enrollments & Completions 
Enrollments by Sector 
COMPLETIONS: HCC & FLORIDA COLLEGE SYSTEM 
HCC TRANSFER STUDENTS ATTENDING SUS INSTITUTIONS 
WORKFORCE PROGRAMS BY CIP CLUSTER 
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INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH 
VI-1 
ANNUAL ENROLLMENTS BY ACTIVITY-BASED CAMPUS 
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
Percent of Enrollments
Transfer
Workforce
TRANSFER (A.A.) PROGRAM ENROLLMENTS 
2008-2009 
2009-2010 
2010-2011 
2011-2012 
2012-2013 
Brandon 
2,627 
22.8% 
2,733 
21.0% 
2,942 
20.9% 
2,850 
20.5% 
3,175 
19.7% 
Dale Mabry 
5,116 
44.4% 
5,673 
43.6% 
5,929 
42.1% 
5,813 
41.7% 
6,740 
41.8% 
ICCE 
 < 0.1% 
MacDill 
224 
1.9% 
216 
1.7% 
234 
1.7% 
180 
1.3% 
202 
1.3% 
Plant City 
715 
6.2% 
807 
6.2% 
830 
5.9% 
850 
6.1% 
1,173 
7.3% 
SouthShore 
269 
2.3% 
620 
4.8% 
824 
5.9% 
995 
7.1% 
1,333 
8.3% 
Ybor City 
1,746 
15.1% 
1,921 
14.8% 
2,105 
15.0% 
2,024 
14.5% 
2,152 
13.4% 
Multiple 
831 
7.2% 
1,035 
8.0% 
1,211 
8.6% 
1,212 
8.7% 
1,338 
8.3% 
TOTAL 
11,528 
13,005 
14,075 
13,926 
16,113 
WORKFORCE PROGRAM ENROLLMENTS (includes Apprenticeship programs) 
2008-2009 
2009-2010 
2010-2011 
2011-2012 
2012-2013 
Brandon 
175 
3.3% 
233 
3.9% 
309 
4.8% 
336 
4.9% 
318 
4.8% 
Dale Mabry 
2,597 
49.2% 
2,786 
46.6% 
3,000 
46.2% 
3,013 
43.5% 
2,948 
44.3% 
ICCE 
24 
0.3% 
24 
0.4% 
MacDill 
0.2% 
10 
0.2% 
28 
0.4% 
22 
0.3% 
15 
0.2% 
Plant City 
609 
11.5% 
569 
9.5% 
592 
9.1% 
558 
8.1% 
529 
8.0% 
SouthShore 
51 
1.0% 
122 
2.0% 
230 
3.5% 
309 
4.5% 
247 
3.7% 
Ybor City 
1,664 
31.5% 
1,962 
32.8% 
2,018 
31.0% 
2,281 
32.9% 
2,170 
32.6% 
Multiple 
170 
3.2% 
292 
4.9% 
323 
5.0% 
383 
5.5% 
399 
6.0% 
TOTAL 
5,275 
5,974 
6,500 
6,926 
6,650 
EDUCATOR PREP INSTITUTE ENROLLMENTS 
2008-2009 
2009-2010 
2010-2011 
2011-2012 
2012-2013 
Brandon 
133 
37.0% 
287 
60.0% 
355 
95.4% 
292 
89.8% 
315 
91.8% 
Dale Mabry 
200 
55.7% 
72 
15.1% 
1.1% 
1.8% 
1.7% 
ICCE 
MacDill 
Plant City 
0.2% 
0.3% 
SouthShore 
Ybor City 
0.8% 
0.4% 
0.5% 
0.3% 
Multiple 
23 
6.4% 
116 
24.3% 
10 
2.7% 
26 
8.0% 
22 
6.4% 
TOTAL 
359 
478 
372 
325 
343 
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INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH 
VI-2 
TRANSFER (A.A.) PROGRAM ENROLLMENTS AND COMPLETIONS 
FIVE-YEAR A.A. PROGRAM ENROLLMENTS
0
2,000
4,000
6,000
8,000
10,000
12,000
14,000
16,000
18,000
Number of Students
Enrollment
11,528 
13,005 
14,075 
13,926 
16,113 
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
FIVE-YEAR A.A. PROGRAM COMPLETIONS
0
500
1,000
1,500
2,000
2,500
3,000
3,500
Number of Students
Completions
1,922 
2,007 
2,284 
2,987 
2,913 
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
2008-2009 
2009-2010 
2010-2011 
2011-2012 
2012-2013 
Enrollments 
11,528 
13,005 
14,075 
13,926 
16,113 
Completions 
1,922 
2,007 
2,284 
2,987 
2,913 
% Completions 
16.7% 
15.4% 
16.2% 
21.4% 
18.1% 
Source: Florida College System AA-1A Report 
In 2007-2008, HCC implemented a new institutionally defined category of “General Freshman” for 
State reporting purposes that includes students who have indicated their intention to pursue an 
Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree but who have not yet completed 25% of the college-level credits 
toward the degree. The source of the numbers reported above is the State AA-1A (Enrollments & 
Completions) Report that does not include General Freshmen.
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INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH 
VI-3 
TRANSFER (A.A.) PROGRAM SPECIALIZATIONS 
In 2012-2013, 2,917 HCC students completed an Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree. To facilitate articulation with 
their anticipated major at the upper division, students may select an area of specialization. Of the majority 
(59.1%) who chose a specialization, the largest numbers were in Business and Health in 2012-2013. 
Engineering
5.0%
All Other
13.0%
Health
15.8%
Education
8.0%
Liberal Arts
40.9%
Business
17.2%
2008-2009 
2009-2010 
2010-2011 
2011-2012 
2012-2013 
Agriculture 
0.4%
8
0.4%
9
0.4%
0.3% 
16
0.5%
Allied Health 
5
0.2%
51 
1.7% 
146
5.0%
Architectural Design 
21 
1.1%
27
1.3%
30
1.3%
39 
1.3% 
21
0.7%
Art 
13 
0.7%
21
1.0%
40
1.8%
42 
1.4% 
57
2.0%
Building Construction 
0.5%
2
0.1%
6
0.3%
 < 0.1% 
3
0.1%
Business Administration 
350  18.2%
389
19.4%
397 17.4%
534  17.9% 
503
17.2%
Computer Info Systems 
20 
1.0%
21
1.0%
27
1.2%
51 
1.7% 
42
1.4%
Computer Science 
29 
1.5%
17
0.8%
38
1.7%
63 
2.1% 
72
2.5%
Dance 
0.3%
2
0.1%
0.3% 
3
0.1%
Dental 
0.4%
12
0.6%
17
0.7%
15 
0.5% 
13
0.4%
Dramatic Arts 
0.2%
7
0.3%
8
0.4%
12 
0.4% 
11
0.4%
Education/Teacher Prep 
71 
3.7%
123
6.1%
209
9.2%
244 
8.2% 
225
7.7%
Elementary Education 
105 
5.5%
69
3.4%
27
1.2%
21 
0.7% 
4
0.1%
Engineering 
71 
3.7%
73
3.6%
99
4.3%
130 
4.4% 
147
5.0%
Graphic Design 
0.3%
10
0.5%
19
0.8%
21 
0.7% 
26
0.9%
Honors Program 
15 
0.8%
11
0.5%
12
0.5%
0.1% 
Hospitality Administration 
0.1%
5
0.2%
8
0.4%
16 
0.5% 
12
0.4%
Justice Administration 
13 
0.7%
10
0.5%
5
0.2%
0.3% 
2
0.1%
Liberal Arts 
919  47.8%
906
45.1%
1,001
43.8%
1,309  43.8%  1,193 40.9%
Mass Communication 
75 
3.9%
104
5.2%
86
3.8%
105 
3.5% 
81
2.8%
Medical 
84 
4.4%
103
5.1%
150
6.6%
196 
6.6% 
227
7.8%
Musical Arts 
12 
0.6%
7
0.3%
14
0.6%
15 
0.5% 
9
0.3%
Occupational Therapy 
1
<0.1%
Pharmacy 
35 
1.8%
44
2.2%
51
2.2%
66 
2.2% 
74
2.5%
Physical Education 
0.2%
2
0.1%
1
<0.1%
1
<0.1%
Physical Therapy 
10 
0.5%
11
0.5%
3
0.1%
0.1% 
2
0.1%
Pre-Technology Educ. 
Secondary Education 
27 
1.4%
17
0.8%
6
0.3%
0.2% 
3
0.1%
Theatre Arts 
Veterinary 
0.4%
7
0.3%
14
0.6%
19 
0.6% 
24
0.8%
TOTAL 
1,921 
2,007
2,284
2,987 
2,917
Source: Florida College System AA-1A reports
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INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH 
VI-4 
WORKFORCE PROGRAM ENROLLMENTS AND COMPLETIONS 
FIVE-YEAR WORKFORCE PROGRAM ENROLLMENTS
0
2,000
4,000
6,000
8,000
Number of Students
Enrollments
5,275 
5,975 
6,501 
6,926 
6,650 
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
FIVE-YEAR WORKFORCE PROGRAM COMPLETIONS
0
500
1,000
1,500
2,000
2,500
3,000
Number of Students
Completions
1,578 
1,772 
1,944 
2,349 
2,711 
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
2008-2009 
2009-2010 
2010-2011 
2011-2012 
2012-2013 
Enrollments 
5,275 
5,975 
6,501 
6,926 
6,650 
Completions 
1,578 
1,772 
1,944 
2,349 
2,711 
% Completions 
29.9% 
29.7% 
29.9% 
33.9% 
40.8% 
Source: Florida College System AA-1A reports 
The headcount displayed in these charts is duplicated as a result of students who were coded in 
multiple programs and who completed multiple certificates or credentials. The data shown above 
include all enrollments and completions in Workforce programs, including apprenticeship. The number 
of  completions  increased across  all  five  years  shown  above;  the  percentage  of  students  who 
completed a credential increased from 33.9% in 2011-2012 to 40.8% in 2012-2013. This increase in 
completions can be attributed, in part, to the College’s new auto-graduation process.
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INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH 
VI-5 
WORKFORCE PROGRAM ENROLLMENTS BY SECTOR (2012-2013) 
In 2012-2013,  there were 6,182 enrollments  in Workforce programs,  343  in the Educator Prep 
Institute, and 468 in Apprenticeship programs. The Workforce programs are diverse in requirements 
to provide students with the knowledge and training for occupational success in the workplace. The 
program curriculum includes both credit courses for the knowledge of content and non-credit courses 
for  skill  training.  Nationally,  community  colleges  categorize  workforce  programs  using  seven 
workforce sectors: 
Agriculture 
Business 
Family and Consumer Sciences 
Health 
Industrial 
Marketing 
Public Service 
HCC specializes in education and training for health and public service occupations as shown below: 
0%
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
35%
40%
Agriculture
Business
Family &
Consumer
Sciences
Health
Industrial
Marketing
Public
Service
% of Enrollment
s
Agriculture Business 
Family & 
Consumer 
Sciences 
Health  Industrial  Marketing
Public 
Service 
Enrollment 
27 
933 
230 
2,218 
890 
120 
1,764 
% of  Workforce Enrollment 
0.4% 
15.1% 
3.7% 
35.9% 
14.4% 
1.9% 
28.5% 
Source: Florida College System AA-1A reports 
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INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH 
VI-6 
PROGRAM COMPLETIONS: A.A. DEGREES 
FLORIDA COLLEGE SYSTEM 
-
500
1,000
1,500
2,000
2,500
3,000
2007-2008
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
Number of HCC AA Graduates
College 
2007-08  Rank  2008-09  Rank 2009-10  Rank 2010-11  Rank  2011-12  Rank
Miami-Dade 
5,580 
6,039
1
7,463
1
8,008 
10,445
1
Valencia 
3,329 
4,179
2
5,291
2
5,457 
6,627
2
Broward 
3,551 
3,043
3
4,017
3
3,890 
5,081
3
FSC at Jacksonville 
2,290 
2,258
5
3,032
4
4,167 
4,449
4
Palm Beach 
2,060 
2,168
8
2,796
5
3,138 
3,448
5
St Petersburg 
2,039 
2,169
7
2,483
7
2,674 
3,168
6
Tallahassee 
2,036 
2,182
6
2,645
6
2,430 
3,017
7
Hillsborough 
1,644 
10 
1,922
9
2,007
10
2,284 
2,987
8
Brevard 
1,757 
1,840
10
2,140
9
2,491 
2,611
9
Santa Fe 
2,199 
2,288
4
2,414
8
2,094 
10 
2,369
10
Seminole 
1,034 
11 
1,315
11
1,597
11
1,661 
12 
2,290
11
Daytona 
1,013 
14 
1,285
12
1,462
12
1,941 
11 
1,969
12
Indian River 
1,033 
12 
1,128
13
1,335
14
1,380 
14 
1,959
13
Edison 
824 
17 
1,063
14
1,245
15
1,483 
13 
1,778
14
Pasco-Hernando 
585 
19 
667
19
968
18
1,093 
17 
1,399
15
State College of FL
1
950 
15 
1,054
15
1,175
16
1,313 
15 
1,385
16
Pensacola 
1,024 
13 
1,051
16
1,370
13
1,246 
16 
1,308
17
Polk 
654 
18 
662
20
887
19
960 
19 
1,177
18
Northwest Florida 
849 
16 
997
17
1,027
17
1,044 
18 
1,020
19
Central Florida 
541 
21 
671
18
699
20
814 
20 
899
20
Gulf Coast 
584 
20 
590
21
602
21
600 
21 
761
21
St Johns River 
406 
22 
472
22
568
22
543 
22 
694
22
Lake-Sumter 
366 
23 
409
23
495
23
484 
23 
604
23
Chipola 
249 
24 
248
25
282
25
290 
25 
304
24
Florida Gateway
2
206 
25 
266
24
217
26
250 
26 
302
25
South Florida 
204 
26 
203
26
287
24
339 
24 
275
26
North Florida 
122 
27 
137
27
146
27
144 
27 
148
27
Florida Keys 
90 
28 
78
28
113
28
99 
28 
140
28
TOTAL 
37,219 
40,384
48,763
52,317 
62,614
1
Formerly Manatee Community College;
2
formerly Lake City Community College 
Source: Florida College System Fact Book 2013
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