Institutional Research

​​​​​​​​Institutional Research and Assessment provides the fundamental support for planning, implementing and evaluating academic and administrative programs and policies in ways that will continuously improve Rowan College at Gloucester County.

​​Facts & Figures

Learn quick facts about RCGC, such as the previous year's headcount, full- and part-time student statistics, graduation and transfer rates;​ and its diverse student population based on age, sex and race demographics.






Student Type​​


​Strategic Plan​

RCGC's strategic plan is based on the collaborative research and vision of more than 92 members of the College community. Guided by the Strategic Planning Steering Committee, these stakeholders worked together and independently to identify the most important issues facing the institution. The Strategic Plan is designed to improve effectiveness, maximize efficiencies and position t​​he College to be competitive.​




​Enrollment Reports​​

On or about the 10th day of every semester, the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment takes a "snap shot" of the student population. This snap shot represents the College's census day enrollment number and allows the College to track enrollment trends over time.​






​Institutional Profile Report

Each of New Jersey's 31 public institutions of higher education are required to prepare an annual report on its condition to be made available to the public (N.J.S.A.18A:3B-35). The most current profiles of all the institutions can be found at the New Jersey Higher Education.





Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)

The IPEDS Data Feedback Report is intended to provide institutions a context for examining the data they submitted to IPEDS. The goal is to produce a report that is useful to institutions that may help improve the quality and comparability of IPEDS data. For more information on this report, refer to the National Center for Education Statistics.





​Economic Impact Study​

This study applies a comprehensive economic model designed to quantify the economic be​nefits of community and technical colleges and translate these into common sense benefit/cost and investment terms. The Socioeconomic Impact (SEIM) study includes two major analyses: economic growth analysis and investment analysis.​



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