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Illinois Central College has defined a set 23 performance indicators across 6 broad measures of success to gauge its overall institutional effectiveness. In doing so, the College is able to more directly and plainly communicate its central concerns to internal and external constituents.
The federal Student Right-to-Know Act requires most colleges and universities to report the percentage of its new, full-time students who complete degree or certificate programs within 150% of the normal time to complete. For ICC students pursuing two-year Associate degrees, normal time equates to three years. For those pursuing Certificates, normal time is proportionate to the number of credit hours required for completion, and typically equates to one-and-a-half to two years.