Higher Education Accountability System  
Statewide Totals Two-Year Career Institutions (not Texas public) Performance
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Enrollment

1. Fall headcount

   Fall 2009
Fall 2013
Fall 2014
% Change
Fall 2009 to
Fall 2014
Total 40,683   36,443   36,646   - 9.9%
White 7,856 ( 19.3%)  8,095 ( 22.2%)  8,043 ( 21.9%)  2.4% 
African American 6,080 ( 14.9%)  7,920 ( 21.7%)  8,246 ( 22.5%)  35.6% 
Hispanic 11,116 ( 27.3%)  15,679 ( 43.0%)  15,917 ( 43.4%)  43.2% 
Asian 609 ( 1.5%)  584 ( 1.6%)  723 ( 2.0%)  18.7% 
International 10 ( 0.0%)  100 ( 0.3%)  78 ( 0.2%)  680.0% 
Other 15,012 ( 36.9%)  4,065 ( 11.2%)  3,639 ( 9.9%)  - 75.8% 

Gender
Male 15,120 ( 37.2%) 13,226 ( 36.3%) 13,071 ( 35.7%) - 13.6%
Female 25,563 ( 62.8%) 23,217 ( 63.7%) 23,575 ( 64.3%) - 7.8%

Age
Less than 18 336 ( 0.8%) 211 ( 0.6%) 173 ( 0.5%) - 48.5%
18 to 21 13,561 ( 33.3%) 10,641 ( 29.2%) 10,299 ( 28.1%) - 24.1%
22 to 24 7,242 ( 17.8%) 6,205 ( 17.0%) 6,314 ( 17.2%) - 12.8%
25 to 29 7,982 ( 19.6%) 7,287 ( 20.0%) 7,270 ( 19.8%) - 8.9%
30 to 34 4,710 ( 11.6%) 4,521 ( 12.4%) 4,827 ( 13.2%) 2.5%
35 to 39 2,990 ( 7.3%) 2,830 ( 7.8%) 2,902 ( 7.9%) - 2.9%
40 to 49 2,851 ( 7.0%) 3,187 ( 8.7%) 3,274 ( 8.9%) 14.8%
50 to 64 988 ( 2.4%) 1,244 ( 3.4%) 1,276 ( 3.5%) 29.1%
Over 64 17 ( 0.0%) 35 ( 0.1%) 28 ( 0.1%) 64.7%
N/A 6 ( 0.0%) 282 ( 0.8%) 283 ( 0.8%) 4616.7%
 

 

Annual Unduplicated Enrollment

2. Annual unduplicated enrollment FY 2009
FY 2014
FY 2015
% Change
FY 2009 to
2015
Total 57,202   62,830   63,492   11.0%
White 10,820 ( 18.9%) 13,189 ( 21.0%) 13,127 ( 20.7%) 21.3%
African American 9,356 ( 16.4%) 14,331 ( 22.8%) 14,671 ( 23.1%) 56.8%
Hispanic 18,860 ( 33.0%) 27,488 ( 43.7%) 28,308 ( 44.6%) 50.1%
Asian 774 ( 1.4%) 1,018 ( 1.6%) 1,157 ( 1.8%) 49.5%
International 15 ( 0.0%) 166 ( 0.3%) 125 ( 0.2%) 733.3%
Other 17,377 ( 30.4%) 6,638 ( 10.6%) 6,104 ( 9.6%) - 64.9%

Gender
Male 19,926 34.8%) 21,872 ( 34.8%) 21,575 ( 34.0%) 8.3%
Female 37,276 ( 65.2%) 40,958 ( 65.2%) 41,917 ( 66.0%) 12.5%

Age
Less than 18 483 ( 0.8%) 334 ( 0.5%) 307 ( 0.5%) - 36.4%
18 to 21 19,236 ( 33.6%) 18,946 ( 30.2%) 18,012 ( 28.4%) - 6.4%
22 to 24 9,864 ( 17.2%) 11,016 ( 17.5%) 11,134 ( 17.5%) 12.9%
25 to 29 10,838 ( 18.9%) 12,315 ( 19.6%) 12,466 ( 19.6%) 15.0%
30 to 34 6,131 ( 10.7%) 7,630 ( 12.1%) 8,307 ( 13.1%) 35.5%
35 to 39 3,914 ( 6.8%) 4,799 ( 7.6%) 5,113 ( 8.1%) 30.6%
40 to 49 3,742 ( 6.5%) 5,337 ( 8.5%) 5,606 ( 8.8%) 49.8%
50 to 64 1,251 ( 2.2%) 2,062 ( 3.3%) 2,131 ( 3.4%) 70.3%
Over 64 18 ( 0.0%) 53 ( 0.1%) 59 ( 0.1%) 227.8%
N/A 1,725 ( 3.0%) 338 ( 0.5%) 357 ( 0.6%) - 79.3%
 


3. Gap between the demographic groups in the MSA/county and enrollment FY 2015
Percent population in
primary counties
Percent credit enrollment Service difference
(% Enr. - % Pop.)
Race/Ethnicity
White 37.8% 20.7% - 17.1%
African American 12.4% 23.0% 10.6%
Hispanic 42.8% 45.0% 2.2%
Other 7.1% 11.3% 4.3%
Gender
Male 50.0% 34.0% - 16.1%
Female 50.0% 66.0% 16.1%
 

 

Financial Aid

  FY 2009 FY 2013 FY 2014 Point Change
FY 2009 to
FY 2014
4. Percent of students receiving Pell Grants
60.0% 63.0% 70.0% 10.0