Diversity Report

Diversity Report

As part of the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, institutions are required to make available to prospective and enrolled students information & demographics regarding the student body diversity in the categories of gender and ethnicity of enrolled, full-time students who receive Federal Pell Grants at Mid-State Technical College. 

The Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) Diversity Report data is based on Full-Time, Undergraduate Students

Fall 2014

Category Number of Students Percentage of students based on criteria
Full-time Students 933  
Pell Grant Recipients 524 53.14%
Male 509 54.92%
Female 424 45.08%
American Indian 6 0.64%
Asian 18 1.93%
Black 8 0.86%
Hispanic 16 1.71%
Multi-Ethnic 19 2.04%
Pacific Islander 0 0%
Unknown 14 1.50%
White 852 91.32%

Spring 2015

Category Number of Students Percentage of students based on criteria
Full-time Students 923  
Pell Grant Recipients 516 55.90%
Male 507 54.93%
Female 416 45.07%
American Indian 8 0.87%
Asian 17 1.84%
Black 12 1.30%
Hispanic 16 1.73%
Multi-Ethnic 21 2.28%
Pacific Islander 0 0%
Unknown 18 1.95%
White 831 90.03%

Summer 2015

Category Number of Students Percentage of students based on criteria
Full-time Students 6  
Pell Grant Recipients 3 50.00%
Male 5 83.33%
Female 1 16.67%
American Indian 0 0%
Asian 0 0%
Black 0 0%
Hispanic 0 0%
Multi-Ethnic 0 0%
Pacific Islander 0 0%
Unknown 0 0%
White 6 100%

Fall 2015

Category Number of Students Percentage of students based on criteria
Full-time Students 851  
Pell Grant Recipients 478 56.17%
Male 448 52.64%
Female 403 47.36%
American Indian 9 1.06%
Asian 22 2.59%
Black 13 1.53%
Hispanic 11 1.29%
Multi-Ethnic 10 1.18%
Pacific Islander 0 0%
Unknown 10 1.18%
White 776 91.19%

 

 

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