Elected Officials & Student Enrollment Information by Campus Austin Community College District January 2016

Austin Community College District

Elected Officials Representing Austin Community College District Campuses All campuses are represented by: U.S. Senator John Cornyn U.S. Senator Ted Cruz Governor Greg Abbott Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick Speaker of the House Joe Straus

The Austin Community College District Board of Trustees Dr. Victor H. P. Villarreal, Chair Allen H. Kaplan, Vice-Chair Dr. Barbara P. Mink, Secretary Gigi Edwards Bryant Dr. Betty W. Hwang Dr. Nan McRaven Jeffrey K. Richard Guadalupe Q. Sosa Mark J. Williams

Congressmen Bill Flores (Dist. 17), Roger Williams (Dist. 25), and Blake Farenthold (Dist. 27), do not have ACC campuses in their districts but have portions of the ACC service area in their districts.

Austin Community College District Cypress Creek  Congressman John Carter  Senator Charles Schwertner  Representative Tony Dale  Williamson County Judge Dan A. Gattis  Williamson County Commissioner Cynthia Long  Cedar Park Mayor Matt Powell  Cedar Park Council Member Stephen Thomas  Cedar Park Council Member Corbin Van Arsdale  Cedar Park Council Member Stephen Thomas  Cedar Park Council Member Lyle Grimes  Cedar Park Council Member Lowell Moore  Cedar Park Council Member John Lux  Cedar Park Council Member Don Tracy  Leander Independent School District Trustee Pamela Waggoner  Leander Independent School District Trustee Aaron Johnson  Leander Independent School District Trustee Don Hisle  Leander Independent School District Trustee Trish Bode  Leander Independent School District Trustee Grace S. Barber  Leander Independent School District Trustee Russell Bundy  Leander Independent School District Trustee Will Streit Eastview  Congressman Lloyd Doggett  Senator Kirk Watson  Representative Eddie Rodriguez  Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt  Travis County Commissioner Margaret Gomez  Austin Mayor Steve Adler  Austin City Council Member Sabino “Pio” Renteria  Austin Independent School District Trustee Edmund T. Gordon  Austin Independent School District Trustee Gina Hinojosa  Austin Independent School District Trustee Kendall Pace

Austin Community College District Elgin  Congressman Michael McCaul  Senator Kirk Watson  Representative Celia Israel  Bastrop County Judge Paul Pape  Bastrop County Commissioner Bubba Snowden  Elgin Mayor Marc Holm  Elgin City Council Member Edward Maldonado  Elgin City Council Member Juan Gonzalez Hays             

Congressman Lloyd Doggett Senator Judith Zaffirini Representative Jason Isaac Bastrop County Judge Bert Cobb, M.D. Bastrop County Commissioner Mark Jones Kyle Mayor Todd Webster Kyle City Council Member Dianne E. Hervol Kyle City Council Member Becky Selbera Kyle City Council Member Shane Arabie Kyle City Council Member Samantha Bellows-LeMense Hay Consolidated Independent School District Trustee Teresa Tobias Hay Consolidated Independent School District Trustee Sandra Bryant Hay Consolidated Independent School District Trustee Holly Raymond

Highland  Congressman Michael McCaul  Senator Kirk Watson  Representative Dawnna Dukes  Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt  Travis County Commissioner Ron Davis  Austin Mayor Steve Adler  Austin City Council Member Gregorio “Greg” Casar  Austin Independent School District Trustee Ann Teich  Austin Independent School District Trustee Gina Hinojosa  Austin Independent School District Trustee Kendall Pace

Austin Community College District Leander Campus, near the intersection of Mel Mathis & Hero Way, Leander  Congressman John Carter  Senator Charles Schwertner  Representative Tony Dale         

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Williamson County Judge Dan A. Gattis Williamson County Commissioner Cynthia Long Leander Mayor Christopher Fielder Leander City Council Andrea Navarrette Leander City Council Michelle Stephenson Leander City Council Shanan Shepherd Leander City Council Ron Abruzzese Leander City Council Jeff Seiler Leander City Council Troy Hill Leander Independent School District Trustee Trish Bode Leander Independent School District Trustee Don Hisle Leander Independent School District Trustee Pamela Waggoner Leander Independent School District Trustee Grace S Barber-Jordan, M.Ed. Leander Independent School District Trustee Russell Bundy Leander Independent School District Trustee Aaron Johnson Leander Independent School District Trustee Will Streit

Northridge  Congressman Michael McCaul  Senator Kirk Watson  Representative Elliott Naishtat  Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt  Travis County Commissioner Bridgett Shea  Austin Mayor Steve Adler  Austin City Council Member Leslie Pool  Austin Independent School District Trustee Ann Teich  Austin Independent School District Trustee Gina Hinojosa  Austin Independent School District Trustee Kendall Pace Pinnacle  Congressman Lamar Smith  Senator Donna Campbell  Representative Paul Workman  Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt  Travis County Commissioner Gerald Daugherty  Austin Mayor Steve Adler

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Austin City Council Member Ellen Troxclair Austin Independent School District Trustee Richard Schneider Austin Independent School District Trustee Gina Hinojosa Austin Independent School District Trustee Kendall Pace

Rio Grande  Congressman Lamar Smith  Senator Kirk Watson  Representative Elliott Naishtat  Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt  Travis County Commissioner Gerald Daugherty  Austin Mayor Steve Adler  Austin City Council Member Kathie Tovo  Austin Independent School District Trustee Amber Elenz  Austin Independent School District Trustee Gina Hinojosa  Austin Independent School District Trustee Kendall Pace Riverside  Congressman Lloyd Doggett  Senator Judith Zaffirini  Representative Eddie Rodriguez  Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt  Travis County Commissioner Margaret Gomez  Austin Mayor Steve Adler  Austin City Council Member Sabino “Pio” Renteria  Austin Independent School District Trustee Jayme Mathias  Austin Independent School District Trustee Gina Hinojosa  Austin Independent School District Trustee Kendall Pace Round Rock  Congressman John Carter  Senator Charles Schwertner  Representative Larry Gonzales  Williamson County Judge Dan A. Gattis  Williamson County Commissioner  Round Rock Alan McGraw  Round Rock City Council Member Craig Morgan  Round Rock City Council Member George White  Round Rock City Council Member Frank Leffingwell  Round Rock City Council Member Will Peckham

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Round Rock City Council Member Wit Baese Round Rock City Council Member Kris Whitfield Round Rock Independent School District Trustee Nikki Gonzales Round Rock Independent School District Trustee Charles “Chad” Caldwell Round Rock Independent School District Trustee Diana M. Cox Round Rock Independent School District Trustee Terri Romere Round Rock Independent School District Trustee Suzi J. David Round Rock Independent School District Trustee Paul J. Tisch Round Rock Independent School District Trustee Pauline Law

South  Congressman Lamar Smith  Senator Kirk Watson  Representative Elliott Naishtat  Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt  Travis County Commissioner Gerald Daugherty  Austin Mayor Steve Adler  Austin City Council Member Ann Kitchen  Austin Independent School District Trustee Paul Saldana  Austin Independent School District Trustee Gina Hinojosa  Austin Independent School District Trustee Kendall Pace

Austin Community College District

Cypress Creek Campus The ACC Cypress Creek Campus, 1555 Cypress Creek Road, Cedar Park, Texas 78613, is one of 11 campuses in the ACC District service area. Located on 24.5 acres in the Leander ISD area, the campus provides comprehensive higher education programs and services to more than 5,000 students.

ACC Cypress Creek offers university transfer degrees and core curriculum courses, workforce/technical degrees and certificates, and comprehensive student support services, such as advising and counseling, financial aid, library facilities and media services, as well as computer centers and a learning lab with free tutoring. The campus is home to a variety of workforce programs including Criminal Justice, Health Sciences, and Real Estate.

FACT BOOK PREVIEW FALL 2015 Student Headcount Cypress Creek Campus (opened 1991) Fall 2011 - 2015 11-15 % chg

Fall 2011

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

Student Headcount

5,603

5,352

4,976

4,585

4,544

-18.90%

Semester Credit Hours Average Credit Hours

33,079 5.90

31,159 5.82

29,252 5.88

26,881 5.86

26,375 5.80

-20.27% -1.68%

Contact Hours Average Contact Hours

616,400 110.01

579,464 108.27

540,688 108.66

497,200 108.44

483,680 106.44

-21.53% -3.24%

2,205

2,077

1,950

1,792

1,758

-20.27%

Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) Residency

In-District Out-of-District Out-of-State International

4,957 88.47% 520 9.28% 90 1.61% 36 0.64%

4,783 89.37% 434 8.11% 99 1.85% 36 0.67%

4,476 89.95% 382 7.68% 80 1.61% 38 0.76%

4,097 89.36% 360 7.85% 88 1.92% 40 0.87%

4,059 89.33% 353 7.77% 93 2.05% 39 0.86%

-18.12% -32.12% 3.33% 8.33%

Gender

Male Female

2,335 41.67% 3,268 58.33%

2,229 41.65% 3,123 58.35%

2,106 42.32% 2,870 57.68%

1,994 43.49% 2,591 56.51%

2,055 45.22% 2,489 54.78%

-11.99% -23.84%

Student Status

Part-time Full-time

3,986 71.14% 1,617 28.86%

3,809 71.17% 1,543 28.83%

3,501 70.36% 1,475 29.64%

3,243 70.73% 1,342 29.27%

3,160 69.54% 1,384 30.46%

-20.72% -14.41%

Race/Ethnicity (Unduplicated students were counted in only one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Two or more Unknown

3,224 57.54% 362 6.46% 1,195 21.33% 325 5.80% 11 0.20% 60 1.07% 79 1.41% 57 1.02% 290 5.18%

2,959 55.29% 295 5.51% 1,205 22.51% 344 6.43% 11 0.21% 47 0.88% 110 2.06% 83 1.55% 298 5.57%

2,621 52.67% 248 4.98% 1,187 23.85% 314 6.31% 18 0.36% 37 0.74% 137 2.75% 102 2.05% 312 6.27%

2,348 51.21% 254 5.54% 1,118 24.38% 292 6.37% 10 0.22% 39 0.85% 129 2.81% 151 3.29% 244 5.32%

2,308 50.79% -28.41% 244 5.37% -32.60% 1,180 25.97% -1.26% 298 6.56% -8.31% 17 0.37% 54.55% 29 0.64% -51.67% 125 2.75% 58.23% 153 3.37% 168.42% 190 4.18% -34.48%

Race/Ethnicity (Duplicated students may be counted in more than one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Unknown

3,505 62.56% 399 7.12% 1,195 21.33% 347 6.19% 24 0.43% 123 2.20% 79 1.41% 290 5.18%

3,359 62.76% 349 6.52% 1,205 22.51% 374 6.99% 30 0.56% 129 2.41% 110 2.06% 298 5.57%

3,159 63.48% 310 6.23% 1,187 23.85% 365 7.34% 45 0.90% 181 3.64% 137 2.75% 312 6.27%

2,975 64.89% 331 7.22% 1,118 24.38% 363 7.92% 49 1.07% 199 4.34% 129 2.81% 244 5.32%

3,038 66.86% -13.32% 342 7.53% -14.29% 1,180 25.97% -1.26% 378 8.32% 8.93% 62 1.36% 158.33% 239 5.26% 94.31% 125 2.75% 58.23% 190 4.18% -34.48%

Age

16 and Under 17 18 19-21 22-24 25-30 31-35 36-50 51-64 65 and over Unknown Average Age

51 176 709 1,640 804 962 501 645 106 9 0 25.58

61 160 696 1,534 762 890 479 650 109 11 0 25.70

61 151 758 1,523 692 781 362 539 99 10 0 25.08

62 147 678 1,491 635 727 335 425 75 10 0 24.61

68 129 716 1,480 650 685 337 396 73 10 0 24.44

0.91% 3.14% 12.65% 29.27% 14.35% 17.17% 8.94% 11.51% 1.89% 0.16% 0.00%

1.14% 2.99% 13.00% 28.66% 14.24% 16.63% 8.95% 12.14% 2.04% 0.21% 0.00%

1.23% 3.03% 15.23% 30.61% 13.91% 15.70% 7.27% 10.83% 1.99% 0.20% 0.00%

1.35% 3.21% 14.79% 32.52% 13.85% 15.86% 7.31% 9.27% 1.64% 0.22% 0.00%

1.50% 2.84% 15.76% 32.57% 14.30% 15.07% 7.42% 8.71% 1.61% 0.22% 0.00%

33.33% -26.70% 0.99% -9.76% -19.15% -28.79% -32.73% -38.60% -31.13% 11.11% .

NOTE: Refer to Glossary for definitions of terms. Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding. Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS Student Headcount by Zip Code Cypress Creek Campus Fall 2015 78611

78605

78642

£ ¤

76530

78626

¦ ¨ § 35

78628

76578

183

78641

78654

Burnet

78681

! . 78645

78717 78729

CYP

Williamson

78664

78613

76574

78634

78665

78750

78615

78660

78728

78727

78726 78669

78759 78732 78734

78663

Travis

78731 78738

78736

78636

78730

78620

£ ¤ 290

78737

78758 78753 78752

78733

78653

78754

78756 7875178723 78746 78703 78705 78722 78724 78721 78701 78702 78735 78742 78704 78725 78741 78749 78745 78719 78744 78739 78748 78617 78652 78747

78619

78623 1.75

78640

3.5

78602

78616

¦ ¨ § 35

78957 78644

78666 0

Bastrop

78610

78676

3.5

78621

78612

Hays

±

£ ¤ 290

78757

7 Miles

78953

78656

! .

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

78662

ACC Campuses

none

Highways

1 - 100

ACC Tax Jurisdiction

101 - 400

Counties

401 - 800

Zip Codes

> 800

Eastview Campus The ACC Eastview Campus, 3401 Webberville Road, Austin, Texas 78702, is one of 11 campuses in the ACC District service area. Located on 29 acres in central East Austin, the campus provides comprehensive higher education programs and services to more than 4,000 students. ACC Eastview offers university transfer degrees and core curriculum courses, workforce/technical degrees and certificates, and comprehensive student support services, such as advising and counseling, financial aid, library facilities and media services, as well as computer centers and a learning lab with free tutoring.

The campus is home to a variety of workforce programs including Associate Degree Nursing, Biotechnology, Child Development, Computer Studies, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Dental Hygiene, Emergency Services Professions, Fire Protection Technology, Health and Kinesiology, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Medical Laboratory Technology, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomy Technician, Physical Therapist Assistant, Office Administration, Radiology, Sonography, Surgical Technology, Travel/Tourism, and Vocational Nursing. The campus also is home to a Workforce Solutions community center, which provides career advising and job placement opportunities, and the ACC Adult Education Division, which offers GED and English as a Second Language classes for individuals who are not yet college-ready.

FACT BOOK PREVIEW FALL 2015 Student Headcount Eastview Campus (opened 1999) Fall 2011 - 2015 11-15 % chg

Fall 2011

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

Student Headcount

4,198

3,924

3,776

3,367

3,076

-26.73%

Semester Credit Hours Average Credit Hours

22,238 5.30

20,958 5.34

20,248 5.36

17,570 5.22

15,946 5.18

-28.29% -2.19%

Contact Hours Average Contact Hours

527,564 125.67

492,296 125.46

474,091 125.55

433,771 128.83

411,678 133.84

-21.97% 6.50%

1,483

1,397

1,350

1,171

1,063

-28.32%

Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) Residency

In-District Out-of-District Out-of-State International

3,607 85.92% 473 11.27% 51 1.21% 67 1.60%

3,459 88.15% 371 9.45% 46 1.17% 48 1.22%

3,369 89.22% 334 8.85% 45 1.19% 28 0.74%

2,967 88.12% 293 8.70% 63 1.87% 44 1.31%

2,749 89.37% 245 7.96% 49 1.59% 33 1.07%

-23.79% -48.20% -3.92% -50.75%

Gender

Male Female

1,480 35.25% 2,718 64.75%

1,391 35.45% 2,533 64.55%

1,303 34.51% 2,473 65.49%

1,170 34.75% 2,197 65.25%

1,059 34.43% 2,017 65.57%

-28.45% -25.79%

Student Status

Part-time Full-time

3,168 75.46% 1,030 24.54%

2,961 75.46% 963 24.54%

2,917 77.25% 859 22.75%

2,599 77.19% 768 22.81%

2,409 78.32% 667 21.68%

-23.96% -35.24%

Race/Ethnicity (Unduplicated students were counted in only one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Two or more Unknown

1,604 38.21% 727 17.32% 1,298 30.92% 193 4.60% 3 0.07% 32 0.76% 131 3.12% 26 0.62% 184 4.38%

1,433 36.52% 658 16.77% 1,271 32.39% 169 4.31% 3 0.08% 27 0.69% 123 3.13% 52 1.33% 188 4.79%

1,343 35.57% 567 15.02% 1,315 34.83% 146 3.87% 6 0.16% 28 0.74% 110 2.91% 54 1.43% 207 5.48%

1,214 36.06% 404 12.00% 1,215 36.09% 146 4.34% 4 0.12% 21 0.62% 122 3.62% 65 1.93% 176 5.23%

1,045 33.97% -34.85% 362 11.77% -50.21% 1,164 37.84% -10.32% 126 4.10% -34.72% 7 0.23% 133.33% 15 0.49% -53.13% 126 4.10% -3.82% 69 2.24% 165.38% 162 5.27% -11.96%

Race/Ethnicity (Duplicated students may be counted in more than one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Unknown

1,831 43.62% 755 17.98% 1,298 30.92% 215 5.12% 12 0.29% 77 1.83% 131 3.12% 184 4.38%

1,727 44.01% 709 18.07% 1,271 32.39% 199 5.07% 19 0.48% 115 2.93% 123 3.13% 188 4.79%

1,725 45.68% 621 16.45% 1,315 34.83% 174 4.61% 23 0.61% 139 3.68% 110 2.91% 207 5.48%

1,619 48.08% 455 13.51% 1,215 36.09% 179 5.32% 22 0.65% 144 4.28% 122 3.62% 176 5.23%

1,533 49.84% -16.28% 436 14.17% -42.25% 1,164 37.84% -10.32% 166 5.40% -22.79% 33 1.07% 175.00% 158 5.14% 105.19% 126 4.10% -3.82% 162 5.27% -11.96%

Age

16 and Under 17 18 19-21 22-24 25-30 31-35 36-50 51-64 65 and over Unknown Average Age

7 26 288 869 690 968 499 677 167 7 0 28.48

4 19 297 868 644 834 464 640 151 3 0 28.21

19 25 307 805 609 806 436 599 162 8 0 28.33

3 13 270 783 529 760 407 481 119 2 0 27.80

2 50 267 717 504 695 334 396 107 4 0 27.34

0.17% 0.62% 6.86% 20.70% 16.44% 23.06% 11.89% 16.13% 3.98% 0.17% 0.00%

0.10% 0.48% 7.57% 22.12% 16.41% 21.25% 11.82% 16.31% 3.85% 0.08% 0.00%

0.50% 0.66% 8.13% 21.32% 16.13% 21.35% 11.55% 15.86% 4.29% 0.21% 0.00%

0.09% 0.39% 8.02% 23.26% 15.71% 22.57% 12.09% 14.29% 3.53% 0.06% 0.00%

0.07% 1.63% 8.68% 23.31% 16.38% 22.59% 10.86% 12.87% 3.48% 0.13% 0.00%

-71.43% 92.31% -7.29% -17.49% -26.96% -28.20% -33.07% -41.51% -35.93% -42.86% .

NOTE: Refer to Glossary for definitions of terms. Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding. Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS Student Headcount by Zip Code Eastview Campus Fall 2015 78611

78605

78642

£ ¤

76530

¦ 78626 ¨ § 35

78628

76578

183

78641

78654

78634

78665

Burnet

76574

78681

Williamson

78664

78613 78717 78729 78645

78750

78728

78660

78615

78727

78726 78669

78759 78732 78734

78663

Travis

78738

78736

78636

78758 78753

78730

78757 78731 78754 78752 78756 78733 78724 78751 78723 78746 78703 78705 78702 78735 78704 78749

£ ¤ 290

78621

! .EVC

78741 78742

78620

£ ¤ 290

78653

78745

78725

78719 78744

78739 78737

78748 78617 78652

78747

78619

Bastrop

78602

78612

Hays

78610 78616

78676

±

3.5

78640

78957

35

78644

78666

78623 1.75

¦ ¨ §

0

3.5

! .

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

78662 78953

78656

7 Miles

ACC Campuses

none

Highways

1 - 50

ACC Tax Jurisdiction

51 - 100

Counties

101 - 200

Zip Codes

> 200

Elgin Campus The ACC Elgin Campus is part of the Austin Community College District serving Bastrop and Travis County. It also is home to the college’s Veterinary Technician and Sustainable Agricultural Entrepreneurship programs.

The campus offers a broad selection of college classes for university transfer and career training: • Core curriculum classes needed to earn a college degree. • Workforce programs in emerging industries and high-demand careers. • Developmental education to achieve college readiness. ACC Elgin students also receive a full range of support and services at the campus to guide their college career from admission to completion.

FACT BOOK PREVIEW FALL 2015 Student Headcount Elgin Campus (opened 2013) Fall 2013 - 2015 Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

13-15 % chg

332

383

471

41.87%

Semester Credit Hours Average Credit Hours

1,621 4.88

1,987 5.19

2,655 5.64

63.79% 15.45%

Contact Hours Average Contact Hours

27,304 82.24

34,688 90.57

46,352 98.41

69.76% 19.66%

108

132

177

63.79%

Student Headcount

Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) Residency

In-District Out-of-District Out-of-State International

272 81.93% 57 17.17% 3 0.90% 0 0.00%

303 79.11% 77 20.10% 3 0.78% 0 0.00%

350 74.31% 114 24.20% 7 1.49% 0 0.00%

28.68% 100.00% 133.33% .

Gender

Male Female

145 43.67% 187 56.33%

135 35.25% 248 64.75%

183 38.85% 288 61.15%

26.21% 54.01%

Student Status

Part-time Full-time

237 71.39% 95 28.61%

281 73.37% 102 26.63%

390 82.80% 81 17.20%

64.56% -14.74%

Race/Ethnicity (Unduplicated students were counted in only one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Two or more Unknown

121 36.45% 29 8.73% 135 40.66% 2 0.60% 2 0.60% 1 0.30% 9 2.71% 4 1.20% 29 8.73%

125 49 145 3 0 3 10 8 40

32.64% 12.79% 37.86% 0.78% 0.00% 0.78% 2.61% 2.09% 10.44%

177 37.58% 48 10.19% 194 41.19% 3 0.64% 1 0.21% 2 0.42% 15 3.18% 9 1.91% 22 4.67%

46.28% 65.52% 43.70% 50.00% -50.00% 100.00% 66.67% 125.00% -24.14%

Race/Ethnicity (Duplicated students may be counted in more than one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Unknown

165 49.70% 33 9.94% 135 40.66% 3 0.90% 5 1.51% 20 6.02% 9 2.71% 29 8.73%

191 59 145 6 3 14 10 40

49.87% 15.40% 37.86% 1.57% 0.78% 3.66% 2.61% 10.44%

298 63.27% 60 12.74% 194 41.19% 8 1.70% 9 1.91% 40 8.49% 15 3.18% 22 4.67%

80.61% 81.82% 43.70% 166.67% 80.00% 100.00% 66.67% -24.14%

Age

16 and Under 17 18 19-21 22-24 25-30 31-35 36-50 51-64 65 and over Unknown Average Age

5 1.51% 7 2.11% 79 23.80% 122 36.75% 31 9.34% 28 8.43% 25 7.53% 29 8.73% 5 1.51% 1 0.30% 0 0.00% 23.69

9 8 89 114 45 45 27 36 10 0 0 24.14

2.35% 2.09% 23.24% 29.77% 11.75% 11.75% 7.05% 9.40% 2.61% 0.00% 0.00%

118 49 74 107 36 36 21 24 4 2 0 21.05

25.05% 2260.00% 10.40% 600.00% 15.71% -6.33% 22.72% -12.30% 7.64% 16.13% 7.64% 28.57% 4.46% -16.00% 5.10% -17.24% 0.85% -20.00% 0.42% 100.00% 0.00% .

NOTE: Refer to Glossary for definitions of terms. Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding. Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS Student Headcount by Zip Code Elgin Campus Fall 2015 78642

76530

78626

¦ ¨ § 35

78628

Milam

£ ¤ 183

76577

76574 78641

78634

78665

76578

78681

Williamson

78664

78613

76567

78717 78645

78729 78750

78660

78728

78615

78727

78726

78759 78734 78732 78730 78731

78947 78758 78753

EGN

£ ¤ 290

78757 78752

78733

Travis 78653

78754

78756 78738 78751 78723 78746 78703 78705 78722 78724 78721 78701 78702 78735 78736 78742 78704 78725 78741 78749 78745 78719 78744 78737 78739 78748 78617 78652 78747

Lee

! .

78621 78650

78948

78659

Bastrop

78602

78612 78942

78610

78619

Hays

78957 78616

78676

±

78640

¦ ¨ § 35

78666

2.5 1.25

0

78945

78644 2.5

! .

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

78662 78953

5 Miles

ACC Campuses

none

Highways

1 - 10

ACC Tax Jurisdiction

11 - 25

Counties

26 - 100

Zip Codes

> 100

78963

Hays Campus

The ACC Hays Campus is part of the Austin Community College District serving Hays County and surrounding areas.

ACC Hays offers a broad selection of college classes for university transfer and career training: • Core curriculum classes needed to earn a college degree. • Workforce programs in emerging industries and high-demand careers. • Developmental education to achieve college readiness. ACC Elgin students also receive a full range of support and services at the campus to guide their college career from admission to completion.

FACT BOOK PREVIEW FALL 2015 Student Headcount Hays Campus (opened 2014) Fall 2014 - 2015

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

14-15 % chg

Student Headcount

1,690

2,125

25.74%

Semester Credit Hours Average Credit Hours

10,829 6.41

13,792 6.49

27.36% 1.29%

Contact Hours Average Contact Hours

191,232 113.16

241,888 113.83

26.49% 0.60%

722

919

27.36%

Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) Residency

In-District Out-of-District Out-of-State International

Gender

Male Female

Student Status

Part-time Full-time

Race/Ethnicity (Unduplicated students were counted in only one category)

1,035 61.24% 633 37.46% 19 1.12% 3 0.18%

1,331 62.64% 28.60% 763 35.91% 20.54% 25 1.18% 31.58% 6 0.28% 100.00%

828 48.99% 862 51.01%

1,019 47.95% 1,106 52.05%

23.07% 28.31%

1,175 69.53% 515 30.47%

1,434 67.48% 691 32.52%

22.04% 34.17%

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Two or more Unknown

697 41.24% 105 6.21% 672 39.76% 27 1.60% 4 0.24% 11 0.65% 32 1.89% 40 2.37% 102 6.04%

802 37.74% 113 5.32% 948 44.61% 25 1.18% 2 0.09% 19 0.89% 51 2.40% 74 3.48% 91 4.28%

15.06% 7.62% 41.07% -7.41% -50.00% 72.73% 59.38% 85.00% -10.78%

Race/Ethnicity (Duplicated students may be counted in more than one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Unknown

1,050 62.13% 141 8.34% 672 39.76% 45 2.66% 23 1.36% 112 6.63% 32 1.89% 102 6.04%

1,369 64.42% 178 8.38% 948 44.61% 52 2.45% 32 1.51% 181 8.52% 51 2.40% 91 4.28%

30.38% 26.24% 41.07% 15.56% 39.13% 61.61% 59.38% -10.78%

Age

16 and Under 17 18 19-21 22-24 25-30 31-35 36-50 51-64 65 and over Unknown Average Age

17 32 438 633 212 171 67 100 15 5 0 22.63

15 0.71% 54 2.54% 470 22.12% 905 42.59% 278 13.08% 204 9.60% 82 3.86% 99 4.66% 16 0.75% 2 0.09% 0 0.00% 22.22

-11.76% 68.75% 7.31% 42.97% 31.13% 19.30% 22.39% -1.00% 6.67% -60.00% . -1.81%

1.01% 1.89% 25.92% 37.46% 12.54% 10.12% 3.96% 5.92% 0.89% 0.30% 0.00%

NOTE: Refer to Glossary for definitions of terms. Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding. Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS Student Headcount by Zip Code Hays Campus Fall 2015 78645 78734 78669

78663

78738

Blanco

78750 78759 78758 78753 78730 78757 78731 78754 78752 78733 78756 78751 78723 78653 78746 78703 78705 78722 78724 78721 78701 78702 78735 78742 78704 78725 78741 78749 78745 78719 78744 78739 78748 78617 78652 78747

78732

290

Travis 78736

78636 78620

£ ¤ 290

78737

78606

78619

78621

78602

78612 78610

Hays

£ ¤

Bastrop

HYS

! .

78676

78640 78623

¦ ¨ § 35

78070

78616

78662

£ ¤ 183

78644

78656 78133

78666

Caldwell Comal

78655 78670

78132

78661

78130

78266

2.5 1.25

78959

78622

78163

±

78638 78155

0

2.5

5 Miles

! .

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

78953

ACC Campuses

none

Highways

1 - 25

ACC Tax Jurisdiction

26 - 50

Counties

51 - 300

Zip Codes

> 300

78648

78632

Highland Campus The ACC Highland Campus serves as a hub for higher education for the Austin Community College District and surrounding service area. The campus is located near the north junction of Interstate 35 and Highway 290 and provides unparalleled rail and bus access as well as ample parking for students, employees and visitors.

The Highland Campus is the college’s vision for the future of ACC Highland, with a mix of private and public partnerships designed to benefit both students and employers. The campus also boasts the ACCelerator, a state-of-the-art facility for innovative teaching and learning with access to more than 600 computer stations. Students can choose from a broad range of classes to help them reach their goal of a two-year associate degree or four-year bachelor’s degree. They also receive a full range of support and services at the campus to guide their college career from admission to completion.

FACT BOOK PREVIEW FALL 2015 Student Headcount Highland Campus (opened 2014) Fall 2014 - 2015

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

14-15 % chg

Student Headcount

3,813

5,306

39.16%

Semester Credit Hours Average Credit Hours

18,695 4.90

25,941 4.89

38.76% -0.28%

Contact Hours Average Contact Hours

332,320 87.15

454,976 85.75

36.91% -1.61%

1,246

1,729

38.76%

Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) Residency

In-District Out-of-District Out-of-State International

3,358 88.07% 315 8.26% 83 2.18% 57 1.49%

4,781 90.11% 355 6.69% 102 1.92% 68 1.28%

42.38% 12.70% 22.89% 19.30%

Gender

Male Female

1,664 43.64% 2,149 56.36%

2,440 45.99% 2,866 54.01%

46.63% 33.36%

Student Status

Part-time Full-time

2,686 70.44% 1,127 29.56%

3,795 71.52% 1,511 28.48%

41.29% 34.07%

Race/Ethnicity (Unduplicated students were counted in only one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Two or more Unknown

1,312 34.41% 459 12.04% 1,332 34.93% 171 4.48% 4 0.10% 41 1.08% 176 4.62% 78 2.05% 240 6.29%

1,758 33.13% 578 10.89% 1,996 37.62% 244 4.60% 6 0.11% 40 0.75% 254 4.79% 136 2.56% 294 5.54%

33.99% 25.93% 49.85% 42.69% 50.00% -2.44% 44.32% 74.36% 22.50%

Race/Ethnicity (Duplicated students may be counted in more than one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Unknown

1,855 48.65% 528 13.85% 1,332 34.93% 218 5.72% 38 1.00% 211 5.53% 176 4.62% 240 6.29%

2,710 51.07% 714 13.46% 1,996 37.62% 322 6.07% 48 0.90% 394 7.43% 254 4.79% 294 5.54%

46.09% 35.23% 49.85% 47.71% 26.32% 86.73% 44.32% 22.50%

Age

16 and Under 17 18 19-21 22-24 25-30 31-35 36-50 51-64 65 and over Unknown Average Age

80 91 526 932 628 763 328 397 64 4 0 25.42

188 150 663 1,510 778 979 426 500 109 3 0 24.98

2.10% 2.39% 13.79% 24.44% 16.47% 20.01% 8.60% 10.41% 1.68% 0.10% 0.00%

3.54% 135.00% 2.83% 64.84% 12.50% 26.05% 28.46% 62.02% 14.66% 23.89% 18.45% 28.31% 8.03% 29.88% 9.42% 25.94% 2.05% 70.31% 0.06% -25.00% 0.00% .

NOTE: Refer to Glossary for definitions of terms. Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding. Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS Student Headcount by Zip Code Highland Campus Fall 2015 78633 78611

76530

78642

78626

78605

¦ ¨ §

78628

Burnet

35

£ ¤ 183

78641

78654

78681

78657

Williamson

78664

78613

76574

78634

78665

78717 78729 78645

78750

78727

78726

78669

78759

Blanco

78732 78734

78663

Travis

78730 78731

78738

78736 78636 78620

£ ¤ 290

78737

78733

78615

78660

78728

78758 78753

78757

78754

£ ¤ 290

78653

! .

78756 78751 78746 78703 78705 78701 78702 78735 78742 78704 78741 78749 78745 78719 78744 78739 78748

78621

HLC

78724

78725

78617 78652 78606

Bastrop

78747

78619

78612

Hays

78610 78616

78676

±

78640

78623

2.5 1.25

0

2.5

78666

5 Miles

! .

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

¦ ¨ § 35

78644

ACC Campuses

none

Highways

1 - 100

ACC Tax Jurisdiction

101 - 200

Counties

201 - 300

Zip Codes

> 300

78662

78602

Northridge Campus The ACC Northridge Campus, 11928 Stonehollow Drive, Austin, TX 78758, is one of 11 campuses in the ACC District service area. Located on 35 acres in north Austin, the campus provides comprehensive higher education programs and services to more than 10,000 students. ACC Northridge offers university transfer degrees and core curriculum courses, workforce/ technical degrees and certificates, and comprehensive student support services, such as advising and counseling, financial aid, library facilities and media services, as well as computer centers and a learning lab with free tutoring.

The campus is home to a variety of workforce programs including Architectural and Engineering Computer Aided Design, Business and Technical Communications, Commercial Music Management, Computer Information Technology, Environmental Science and Technology, Game Design, Geographic Information Systems, Photographic Technology, Radio–Television–Film, and Visual Communication.

FACT BOOK PREVIEW FALL 2015 Student Headcount Northridge Campus (opened 1989) Fall 2011 - 2015 11-15 % chg

Fall 2011

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

Student Headcount

10,252

9,678

9,078

7,855

7,483

-27.01%

Semester Credit Hours Average Credit Hours

60,682 5.92

57,504 5.94

54,250 5.98

44,355 5.65

41,008 5.48

-32.42% -7.43%

Contact Hours Average Contact Hours

1,205,800 117.62

1,133,040 117.07

1,067,904 117.64

886,616 112.87

822,616 109.93

-31.78% -6.54%

4,045

3,834

3,617

2,957

2,734

-32.41%

Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) Residency

In-District Out-of-District Out-of-State International

8,705 84.91% 1,228 11.98% 174 1.70% 145 1.41%

8,283 85.59% 1,090 11.26% 154 1.59% 151 1.56%

7,880 86.80% 927 10.21% 148 1.63% 123 1.35%

6,864 87.38% 756 9.62% 128 1.63% 107 1.36%

6,495 86.80% 725 9.69% 147 1.96% 116 1.55%

-25.39% -40.96% -15.52% -20.00%

Gender

Male Female

5,108 49.82% 5,144 50.18%

4,866 50.28% 4,812 49.72%

4,589 50.55% 4,489 49.45%

3,980 50.67% 3,875 49.33%

3,940 52.65% 3,543 47.35%

-22.87% -31.12%

Student Status

Part-time Full-time

7,175 69.99% 3,077 30.01%

6,861 70.89% 2,817 29.11%

6,363 70.09% 2,715 29.91%

5,557 70.74% 2,298 29.26%

5,289 70.68% 2,194 29.32%

-26.29% -28.70%

Race/Ethnicity (Unduplicated students were counted in only one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Two or more Unknown

4,843 47.24% 1,083 10.56% 2,695 26.29% 748 7.30% 12 0.12% 82 0.80% 258 2.52% 106 1.03% 425 4.15%

4,331 44.75% 980 10.13% 2,600 26.87% 757 7.82% 12 0.12% 90 0.93% 319 3.30% 138 1.43% 451 4.66%

3,877 42.71% 867 9.55% 2,576 28.38% 648 7.14% 18 0.20% 80 0.88% 365 4.02% 188 2.07% 459 5.06%

3,273 41.67% 731 9.31% 2,236 28.47% 594 7.56% 15 0.19% 65 0.83% 350 4.46% 194 2.47% 397 5.05%

3,077 41.12% 623 8.33% 2,246 30.01% 569 7.60% 14 0.19% 60 0.80% 367 4.90% 209 2.79% 318 4.25%

-36.47% -42.47% -16.66% -23.93% 16.67% -26.83% 42.25% 97.17% -25.18%

Race/Ethnicity (Duplicated students may be counted in more than one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Unknown

5,411 52.78% 1,186 11.57% 2,695 26.29% 811 7.91% 39 0.38% 197 1.92% 258 2.52% 425 4.15%

5,043 52.11% 1,082 11.18% 2,600 26.87% 833 8.61% 49 0.51% 261 2.70% 319 3.30% 451 4.66%

4,844 53.36% 1,002 11.04% 2,576 28.38% 756 8.33% 68 0.75% 338 3.72% 365 4.02% 459 5.06%

4,313 54.91% 868 11.05% 2,236 28.47% 708 9.01% 73 0.93% 335 4.26% 350 4.46% 397 5.05%

4,173 55.77% 801 10.70% 2,246 30.01% 691 9.23% 102 1.36% 424 5.67% 367 4.90% 318 4.25%

-22.88% -32.46% -16.66% -14.80% 161.54% 115.23% 42.25% -25.18%

Age

16 and Under 17 18 19-21 22-24 25-30 31-35 36-50 51-64 65 and over Unknown Average Age

65 159 871 2,760 1,773 2,138 986 1,165 303 32 0 26.61

71 155 845 2,578 1,636 1,980 943 1,180 265 25 0 26.67

57 154 878 2,501 1,529 1,813 850 991 272 33 0 26.42

47 138 712 2,234 1,344 1,629 707 819 189 36 0 26.17

52 123 764 2,128 1,277 1,562 623 751 173 30 0 25.87

-20.00% -22.64% -12.28% -22.90% -27.98% -26.94% -36.82% -35.54% -42.90% -6.25% .

0.63% 1.55% 8.50% 26.92% 17.29% 20.85% 9.62% 11.36% 2.96% 0.31% 0.00%

0.73% 1.60% 8.73% 26.64% 16.90% 20.46% 9.74% 12.19% 2.74% 0.26% 0.00%

0.63% 1.70% 9.67% 27.55% 16.84% 19.97% 9.36% 10.92% 3.00% 0.36% 0.00%

0.60% 1.76% 9.06% 28.44% 17.11% 20.74% 9.00% 10.43% 2.41% 0.46% 0.00%

0.69% 1.64% 10.21% 28.44% 17.07% 20.87% 8.33% 10.04% 2.31% 0.40% 0.00%

NOTE: Refer to Glossary for definitions of terms. Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding. Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS Student Headcount by Zip Code Northridge Campus Fall 2015 78633

78611

76530

78642

78605

78626

¦ ¨ §

78628

35

£ ¤

76578

183

Burnet

76574

78641

78654

78634

78665 78681

Williamson

78664

78613 78717 78729 78645

78750

78727

78726 78669

78759 78732 78734

78663

Travis

78731 78738

78736 78636 78620

£ ¤ 290

78737 78606

Hays

78730

! .

78615

78660

78728

NRG

78758 78753

78757

£ ¤ 290

78653

78754

78752 78756 78751 78723 78746 78703 78705 78722 78724 78721 78701 78702 78735 78742 78704 78725 78741 78749 78745 78719 78744 78739 78748 78617 78652 78747 78733

78619

78621

Bastrop 78612

78610 78602 78616

78676

±78623 2

1

0

78640 78666 2

¦ ¨ § 35

78644

4Miles

! .

ACC Campuses

none

Highways

1 - 100

ACC Tax Jurisdiction

101 - 300

Counties

301 - 500

Zip Codes

501 - 700 > 700

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

78662

78957

Pinnacle Campus The ACC Pinnacle Campus, 7748 Highway 290 West, Austin, Texas 78736, is one of 11 campuses in the ACC District service area. Located on 57 acres in southwest Austin, the campus provides comprehensive higher education programs and services to approximately 4,000 students.

ACC Pinnacle offers university transfer degrees and core curriculum courses, workforce/technical degrees and certificates, and comprehensive student support services, such as advising and counseling, financial aid, library facilities and media services, as well as computer centers and a learning lab with free tutoring. The campus is home to the college’s Distance Learning Program, which offers computer-based classes as well as instruction in other formats.

FACT BOOK PREVIEW FALL 2015 Student Headcount Pinnacle Campus (opened 1990) Fall 2011 - 2015 11-15 % chg

Fall 2011

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

Student Headcount

3,532

2,964

2,565

2,202

2,112

-40.20%

Semester Credit Hours Average Credit Hours

21,001 5.95

17,697 5.97

15,274 5.95

12,657 5.75

12,252 5.80

-41.66% -2.44%

Contact Hours Average Contact Hours

380,072 107.61

318,664 107.51

271,832 105.98

224,656 102.02

216,080 102.31

-43.15% -4.92%

1,400

1,180

1,018

844

817

-41.66%

Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) Residency

In-District Out-of-District Out-of-State International

2,815 79.70% 642 18.18% 57 1.61% 18 0.51%

2,394 80.77% 498 16.80% 57 1.92% 15 0.51%

2,052 80.00% 451 17.58% 45 1.75% 17 0.66%

1,747 79.34% 381 17.30% 55 2.50% 19 0.86%

1,651 78.17% 401 18.99% 43 2.04% 17 0.80%

-41.35% -37.54% -24.56% -5.56%

Gender

Male Female

1,705 48.27% 1,827 51.73%

1,425 48.08% 1,539 51.92%

1,247 48.62% 1,318 51.38%

1,160 52.68% 1,042 47.32%

1,076 50.95% 1,036 49.05%

-36.89% -43.30%

Student Status

Part-time Full-time

2,393 67.75% 1,139 32.25%

2,017 68.05% 947 31.95%

1,700 66.28% 865 33.72%

1,427 64.80% 775 35.20%

1,375 65.10% 737 34.90%

-42.54% -35.29%

Race/Ethnicity (Unduplicated students were counted in only one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Two or more Unknown

1,941 54.95% 136 3.85% 999 28.28% 115 3.26% 8 0.23% 28 0.79% 49 1.39% 38 1.08% 218 6.17%

1,620 54.66% 131 4.42% 805 27.16% 86 2.90% 12 0.40% 19 0.64% 50 1.69% 61 2.06% 180 6.07%

1,346 52.48% 89 3.47% 735 28.65% 77 3.00% 11 0.43% 24 0.94% 63 2.46% 58 2.26% 162 6.32%

1,124 51.04% 63 2.86% 652 29.61% 63 2.86% 7 0.32% 26 1.18% 60 2.72% 68 3.09% 139 6.31%

1,032 48.86% -46.83% 72 3.41% -47.06% 644 30.49% -35.54% 69 3.27% -40.00% 3 0.14% -62.50% 17 0.80% -39.29% 51 2.41% 4.08% 95 4.50% 150.00% 129 6.11% -40.83%

Race/Ethnicity (Duplicated students may be counted in more than one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Unknown

2,172 61.49% 158 4.47% 999 28.28% 131 3.71% 16 0.45% 79 2.24% 49 1.39% 218 6.17%

1,899 64.07% 158 5.33% 805 27.16% 110 3.71% 24 0.81% 90 3.04% 50 1.69% 180 6.07%

1,657 64.60% 122 4.76% 735 28.65% 104 4.05% 22 0.86% 108 4.21% 63 2.46% 162 6.32%

1,494 67.85% 96 4.36% 652 29.61% 95 4.31% 31 1.41% 122 5.54% 60 2.72% 139 6.31%

1,446 68.47% 113 5.35% 644 30.49% 112 5.30% 26 1.23% 144 6.82% 51 2.41% 129 6.11%

-33.43% -28.48% -35.54% -14.50% 62.50% 82.28% 4.08% -40.83%

Age

16 and Under 17 18 19-21 22-24 25-30 31-35 36-50 51-64 65 and over Unknown Average Age

40 87 493 1,242 580 543 218 271 49 9 0 24.11

34 90 456 1,081 402 466 187 210 34 4 0 23.74

22 66 436 933 384 375 159 151 38 1 0 23.47

18 54 379 800 362 334 120 105 24 6 0 23.25

50 54 351 813 328 286 117 90 21 2 0 22.76

25.00% -37.93% -28.80% -34.54% -43.45% -47.33% -46.33% -66.79% -57.14% -77.78% .

1.13% 2.46% 13.96% 35.16% 16.42% 15.37% 6.17% 7.67% 1.39% 0.25% 0.00%

1.15% 3.04% 15.38% 36.47% 13.56% 15.72% 6.31% 7.09% 1.15% 0.13% 0.00%

0.86% 2.57% 17.00% 36.37% 14.97% 14.62% 6.20% 5.89% 1.48% 0.04% 0.00%

0.82% 2.45% 17.21% 36.33% 16.44% 15.17% 5.45% 4.77% 1.09% 0.27% 0.00%

2.37% 2.56% 16.62% 38.49% 15.53% 13.54% 5.54% 4.26% 0.99% 0.09% 0.00%

NOTE: Refer to Glossary for definitions of terms. Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding. Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS Student Headcount by Zip Code Pinnacle Campus Fall 2015 78611

78605

78642

¦ 78626 ¨ § 35

78628

£ ¤ 183

78641

78654

78681

78657

Burnet

Williamson

78664

78613

76574

78634

78665

78717 78729 78645

78750

78728

78660

78615

78727

78726 78669

Blanco

78759 78732

78663

78734

Travis

78758 78753

78730

78757 78653 78754 78752 78756 78751 78723 78746 78703 78705 78722 78724 78721 78701 78702 78742 78704 78725 78741 78731

78738

78733

78735

! .

78620

78749

£ ¤ 290

290

78621

PIN

78736 78636

£ ¤

78745

78719 78744

78739 78737

78748 78617 78652

78606

78602

78747

78619

78612

Hays

Bastrop

78610 78616

78676 78640

± 2.5

78623

¦ ¨ § 35

78644

78666 78133 1.25 0

2.5

5 Miles

78656

! .

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

£ ¤

ACC Campuses

none

Highways

1 - 50

ACC Tax Jurisdiction

51 - 100

Counties

101 - 200

Zip Codes

> 200

78662

Rio Grande Campus The ACC Rio Grande Campus, 1212 Rio Grande Street, Austin, Texas 78701, is one of 11 campuses in the ACC District service area. Located within two miles of UT-Austin, this downtown campus provides comprehensive higher education programs and services to approximately 9,000 students.

ACC Rio Grande offers university transfer degrees and core curriculum courses, workforce/technical degrees and certificates, and comprehensive student support services, such as advising and counseling, financial aid, library and media services, as well as computer centers and a learning lab with free tutoring. ACC Rio Grande is the college’s oldest campus, and its main building holds an important place in Austin history from its days as a public high school in the early 1900s. The campus is home to the Arts and Humanities Department and host to a rich variety of dance, theater, and literary productions during the fall and spring semesters. The campus also houses a variety of workforce programs including American Sign Language and Interpreter Program, Computer Information Technology, Financial Management, Human Services, Management, Marketing, Paralegal, Social Work, and Therapeutic Recreation.

FACT BOOK PREVIEW FALL 2015 Student Headcount Rio Grande Campus (opened 1975) Fall 2011 - 2015 11-15 % chg

Fall 2011

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

Student Headcount

8,676

8,005

7,353

6,371

6,165

-28.94%

Semester Credit Hours Average Credit Hours

52,009 5.99

48,639 6.08

45,304 6.16

38,069 5.98

36,405 5.91

-30.00% -1.49%

Contact Hours Average Contact Hours

976,984 112.61

915,600 114.38

842,960 114.64

716,176 112.41

681,824 110.60

-30.21% -1.79%

3,467

3,243

3,020

2,538

2,427

-30.00%

Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) Residency

In-District Out-of-District Out-of-State International

7,407 85.37% 903 10.41% 192 2.21% 174 2.01%

6,871 85.83% 779 9.73% 183 2.29% 172 2.15%

6,275 85.34% 721 9.81% 188 2.56% 169 2.30%

5,476 85.95% 554 8.70% 173 2.72% 168 2.64%

5,301 85.99% 510 8.27% 183 2.97% 171 2.77%

-28.43% -43.52% -4.69% -1.72%

Gender

Male Female

4,209 48.51% 4,467 51.49%

3,887 48.56% 4,118 51.44%

3,614 49.15% 3,739 50.85%

3,135 49.21% 3,236 50.79%

3,045 49.39% 3,120 50.61%

-27.66% -30.15%

Student Status

Part-time Full-time

5,691 65.59% 2,985 34.41%

5,225 65.27% 2,780 34.73%

4,694 63.84% 2,659 36.16%

3,996 62.72% 2,375 37.28%

3,858 62.58% 2,307 37.42%

-32.21% -22.71%

Race/Ethnicity (Unduplicated students were counted in only one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Two or more Unknown

4,657 53.68% 567 6.54% 2,257 26.01% 385 4.44% 10 0.12% 93 1.07% 236 2.72% 96 1.11% 375 4.32%

4,188 52.32% 474 5.92% 2,048 25.58% 389 4.86% 16 0.20% 70 0.87% 298 3.72% 136 1.70% 386 4.82%

3,681 50.06% 433 5.89% 1,917 26.07% 356 4.84% 12 0.16% 74 1.01% 315 4.28% 168 2.28% 397 5.40%

3,167 49.71% 350 5.49% 1,663 26.10% 323 5.07% 7 0.11% 60 0.94% 308 4.83% 167 2.62% 326 5.12%

3,055 49.55% 295 4.79% 1,670 27.09% 311 5.04% 7 0.11% 54 0.88% 323 5.24% 192 3.11% 258 4.18%

-34.40% -47.97% -26.01% -19.22% -30.00% -41.94% 36.86% 100.00% -31.20%

Race/Ethnicity (Duplicated students may be counted in more than one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Unknown

5,209 60.04% 627 7.23% 2,257 26.01% 432 4.98% 33 0.38% 206 2.37% 236 2.72% 375 4.32%

4,888 61.06% 551 6.88% 2,048 25.58% 449 5.61% 42 0.52% 223 2.79% 298 3.72% 386 4.82%

4,600 62.56% 525 7.14% 1,917 26.07% 441 6.00% 48 0.65% 296 4.03% 315 4.28% 397 5.40%

4,087 64.15% 444 6.97% 1,663 26.10% 406 6.37% 55 0.86% 304 4.77% 308 4.83% 326 5.12%

4,073 66.07% 407 6.60% 1,670 27.09% 407 6.60% 71 1.15% 333 5.40% 323 5.24% 258 4.18%

-21.81% -35.09% -26.01% -5.79% 115.15% 61.65% 36.86% -31.20%

Age

16 and Under 17 18 19-21 22-24 25-30 31-35 36-50 51-64 65 and over Unknown Average Age

38 0.44% 107 1.23% 673 7.76% 2,733 31.50% 1,532 17.66% 1,770 20.40% 726 8.37% 837 9.65% 234 2.70% 26 0.30% 0 0.00% 25.98

36 0.45% 119 1.49% 661 8.26% 2,605 32.54% 1,354 16.91% 1,514 18.91% 678 8.47% 800 9.99% 215 2.69% 23 0.29% 0 0.00% 25.89

35 85 763 2,362 1,262 1,307 581 746 183 29 0 25.76

24 77 707 2,040 1,098 1,199 498 563 149 16 0 25.39

20 74 631 2,043 1,023 1,181 473 558 143 19 0 25.49

-47.37% -30.84% -6.24% -25.25% -33.22% -33.28% -34.85% -33.33% -38.89% -26.92% .

0.48% 1.16% 10.38% 32.12% 17.16% 17.78% 7.90% 10.15% 2.49% 0.39% 0.00%

0.38% 1.21% 11.10% 32.02% 17.23% 18.82% 7.82% 8.84% 2.34% 0.25% 0.00%

0.32% 1.20% 10.24% 33.14% 16.59% 19.16% 7.67% 9.05% 2.32% 0.31% 0.00%

NOTE: Refer to Glossary for definitions of terms. Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding. Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS Student Headcount by Zip Code Rio Grande Campus Fall 2015 78611

78605

78642

35

78628

£ ¤

76530

78626

¦ ¨ §

76578

183

78641

78654

Burnet

78681

Williamson

78664

78613

76574

78634

78665

78717 78729 78645

78750

78660

78728

78615

78727

78726 78669

78759 78732 78734

78663

Travis

78730 78731

78738

78733

78736

£ ¤

78621

RGC

! .

78749 290

78653

78754

78723 78724 78751 78721 78702 78704 78701 78742 78725 78741

78735

78620

78745

78719 78744

78739 78737

78748 78617 78652

3

78623 0

1.5

78602

78610

78616 78640

¦ ¨ § 35

78957 78644

78666 3

Bastrop 78612

78676

±

78747

78619

Hays

£ ¤ 290

78757 78752

78746

78636

78758 78753

6 Miles

78953

78656

! .

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

78662

ACC Campuses

none

Highways

1 - 100

ACC Tax Jurisdiction

101 - 300

Counties

301 - 700

Zip Codes

> 700

Riverside Campus The ACC Riverside Campus, 1020 Grove Boulevard, Austin, Texas 78741, is one of 11 campuses in the ACC District service area. Located on 195 acres in southeast Austin, the campus provides comprehensive higher education programs and services to approximately 7,500 students.

ACC Riverside offers university transfer degrees and core curriculum courses, workforce/technical degrees and certificates, and comprehensive student support services, such as advising and counseling, financial aid, library facilities and media services, as well as computer centers and a learning lab with free tutoring. The campus is home to a variety of workforce programs including Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration, Automotive Technology, Building Construction Technology, Electronics, Jewelry, Personal Fitness Trainer, Renewable Energy, and Welding Technology.

FACT BOOK PREVIEW FALL 2015 Student Headcount Riverside Campus (opened 1984) Fall 2011 - 2015 11-15 % chg

Fall 2011

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

Student Headcount

7,337

6,684

6,109

5,375

5,160

-29.67%

Semester Credit Hours Average Credit Hours

42,491 5.79

39,090 5.85

35,703 5.84

30,388 5.65

28,898 5.60

-31.99% -3.30%

Contact Hours Average Contact Hours

831,360 113.31

762,256 114.04

695,264 113.81

594,080 110.53

565,712 109.63

-31.95% -3.24%

2,833

2,606

2,380

2,026

1,927

-31.99%

Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) Residency

In-District Out-of-District Out-of-State International

6,127 83.51% 976 13.30% 119 1.62% 115 1.57%

5,622 84.11% 848 12.69% 110 1.65% 104 1.56%

5,233 85.66% 679 11.11% 104 1.70% 93 1.52%

4,623 86.01% 556 10.34% 96 1.79% 100 1.86%

4,416 85.58% 520 10.08% 113 2.19% 111 2.15%

-27.93% -46.72% -5.04% -3.48%

Gender

Male Female

3,765 51.32% 3,572 48.68%

3,361 50.28% 3,323 49.72%

3,104 50.81% 3,005 49.19%

2,765 51.44% 2,610 48.56%

2,729 52.89% 2,431 47.11%

-27.52% -31.94%

Student Status

Part-time Full-time

4,953 67.51% 2,384 32.49%

4,643 69.46% 2,041 30.54%

4,124 67.51% 1,985 32.49%

3,715 69.12% 1,660 30.88%

3,517 68.16% 1,643 31.84%

-28.99% -31.08%

Race/Ethnicity (Unduplicated students were counted in only one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Two or more Unknown

2,966 40.43% 682 9.30% 2,783 37.93% 234 3.19% 9 0.12% 64 0.87% 231 3.15% 72 0.98% 296 4.03%

2,592 38.78% 597 8.93% 2,581 38.61% 203 3.04% 5 0.07% 50 0.75% 260 3.89% 68 1.02% 328 4.91%

2,292 37.52% 501 8.20% 2,361 38.65% 190 3.11% 12 0.20% 39 0.64% 245 4.01% 118 1.93% 351 5.75%

1,974 36.73% 387 7.20% 2,095 38.98% 181 3.37% 9 0.17% 33 0.61% 290 5.40% 131 2.44% 275 5.12%

1,875 36.34% 372 7.21% 2,055 39.83% 156 3.02% 7 0.14% 37 0.72% 282 5.47% 130 2.52% 246 4.77%

-36.78% -45.45% -26.16% -33.33% -22.22% -42.19% 22.08% 80.56% -16.89%

Race/Ethnicity (Duplicated students may be counted in more than one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Unknown

3,496 47.65% 745 10.15% 2,783 37.93% 264 3.60% 34 0.46% 193 2.63% 231 3.15% 296 4.03%

3,203 47.92% 670 10.02% 2,581 38.61% 235 3.52% 27 0.40% 221 3.31% 260 3.89% 328 4.91%

3,102 50.78% 589 9.64% 2,361 38.65% 249 4.08% 61 1.00% 286 4.68% 245 4.01% 351 5.75%

2,843 52.89% 500 9.30% 2,095 38.98% 249 4.63% 55 1.02% 316 5.88% 290 5.40% 275 5.12%

2,910 56.40% 503 9.75% 2,055 39.83% 222 4.30% 52 1.01% 375 7.27% 282 5.47% 246 4.77%

-16.76% -32.48% -26.16% -15.91% 52.94% 94.30% 22.08% -16.89%

Age

16 and Under 17 18 19-21 22-24 25-30 31-35 36-50 51-64 65 and over Unknown Average Age

18 82 667 2,162 1,286 1,435 654 780 237 16 0 26.33

16 59 630 2,031 1,188 1,255 593 688 201 23 0 26.22

14 60 638 1,923 981 1,163 540 601 173 16 0 25.92

12 0.22% 40 0.74% 506 9.41% 1,689 31.42% 961 17.88% 1,045 19.44% 484 9.00% 490 9.12% 126 2.34% 22 0.41% 0 0.00% 25.79

40 64 584 1,586 890 999 428 444 102 23 0 25.34

0.25% 1.12% 9.09% 29.47% 17.53% 19.56% 8.91% 10.63% 3.23% 0.22% 0.00%

0.24% 0.88% 9.43% 30.39% 17.77% 18.78% 8.87% 10.29% 3.01% 0.34% 0.00%

0.23% 0.98% 10.44% 31.48% 16.06% 19.04% 8.84% 9.84% 2.83% 0.26% 0.00%

0.78% 122.22% 1.24% -21.95% 11.32% -12.44% 30.74% -26.64% 17.25% -30.79% 19.36% -30.38% 8.29% -34.56% 8.60% -43.08% 1.98% -56.96% 0.45% 43.75% 0.00% . 0.49%

NOTE: Refer to Glossary for definitions of terms. Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding. Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS Student Headcount by Zip Code Riverside Campus Fall 2015 78611

78605

35

78628

£ ¤

76530

¦ 78626 ¨ §

78642 183

Burnet

76578

78641 78634

78665

78654

76574

78681

Williamson

78664

78613 78717 78729 78645

78750

78759 78732 78734

78663

Travis

78730 78731

78738

78636 78736 78620

£ ¤ 290

78737

78615

78727

78726 78669

78660

78728

78758 78753 78752

78733

£ ¤ 290

78757

78653

78754

78756 78724 78751 78723 78746 78703 78705 78702 78735 78704 78725 78741 78742 78749 78745 78719 78744 78739 78748 78617 78652 78747

! .

78621

78650

RVS

Bastrop

78619

78602

78612

Hays

78610 78616

78676

±

78640

1.5

0

78957

35

78644

78666

78623

3

¦ ¨ §

3

78656

6 Miles

! .

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

78662 78953

¤

ACC Campuses

none

Highways

1 - 100

ACC Tax Jurisdiction

101 - 300

Counties

301 - 700

Zip Codes

> 700

Round Rock Campus The ACC Round Rock Campus, 4400 College Park Drive, Round Rock, TX 78665, is one of 11 campuses in the ACC District service area. Located on 84 acres in southcentral Williamson County, the campus provides comprehensive higher education programs and services to more than 5,000 students. Plans call for future construction to expand the campus to accommodate 11,500 students. ACC Round Rock offers university transfer degrees and core curriculum courses, workforce/technical degrees and certificates, and comprehensive student support services, such as advising and counseling, financial aid, library facilities and media services, as well as computer centers and a learning lab with free tutoring.

The campus is home to a variety of workforce programs including Accounting, Allied Health Sciences, Associate Degree (RN) Nursing, Automotive Technology, Biotechnology, Building Construction Technology, Business Studies, Computer/IT, Electronics, Management, Marketing, Medical Laboratory Technology, Radiology, Sonography, Surgical Technology, and Welding Technology. The Continuing Education Division also has classrooms and offices on campus to expand noncredit classes and Customized Training options for residents and local employers.

FACT BOOK PREVIEW FALL 2015 Student Headcount Round Rock Campus (opened 2010) Fall 2011 - Fall 2015 11-15 % chg

Fall 2011

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

Student Headcount

5,100

4,972

4,665

4,610

4,399

-13.75%

Semester Credit Hours Average Credit Hours

29,767 5.84

29,522 5.94

28,306 6.07

27,447 5.95

26,796 6.09

-9.98% 4.36%

Contact Hours Average Contact Hours

586,440 114.99

581,816 117.02

572,216 122.66

563,680 122.27

543,696 123.60

-7.29% 7.49%

1,984

1,968

1,887

1,830

1,786

-9.98%

Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) Residency

In-District Out-of-District Out-of-State International

3,861 75.71% 1,130 22.16% 76 1.49% 33 0.65%

3,845 77.33% 1,020 20.51% 76 1.53% 31 0.62%

3,699 79.29% 864 18.52% 74 1.59% 28 0.60%

3,668 79.57% 830 18.00% 80 1.74% 32 0.69%

3,518 79.97% 777 17.66% 83 1.89% 21 0.48%

-8.88% -31.24% 9.21% -36.36%

Gender

Male Female

2,195 43.04% 2,905 56.96%

2,211 44.47% 2,761 55.53%

2,065 44.27% 2,600 55.73%

2,054 44.56% 2,556 55.44%

1,999 45.44% 2,400 54.56%

-8.93% -17.38%

Student Status

Part-time Full-time

3,535 69.31% 1,565 30.69%

3,446 69.31% 1,526 30.69%

3,228 69.20% 1,437 30.80%

3,209 69.61% 1,401 30.39%

3,035 68.99% 1,364 31.01%

-14.14% -12.84%

Race/Ethnicity (Unduplicated students were counted in only one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Two or more Unknown

2,639 51.75% 449 8.80% 1,324 25.96% 299 5.86% 5 0.10% 32 0.63% 80 1.57% 60 1.18% 212 4.16%

2,440 49.07% 417 8.39% 1,345 27.05% 296 5.95% 8 0.16% 41 0.82% 113 2.27% 84 1.69% 228 4.59%

2,182 46.77% 420 9.00% 1,301 27.89% 269 5.77% 6 0.13% 41 0.88% 121 2.59% 112 2.40% 213 4.57%

2,091 45.36% 380 8.24% 1,376 29.85% 236 5.12% 13 0.28% 43 0.93% 133 2.89% 112 2.43% 226 4.90%

2,014 45.78% -23.68% 348 7.91% -22.49% 1,330 30.23% 0.45% 236 5.36% -21.07% 13 0.30% 160.00% 42 0.95% 31.25% 104 2.36% 30.00% 130 2.96% 116.67% 182 4.14% -14.15%

Race/Ethnicity (Duplicated students may be counted in more than one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Unknown

2,950 57.84% 498 9.76% 1,324 25.96% 332 6.51% 25 0.49% 97 1.90% 80 1.57% 212 4.16%

2,878 57.88% 466 9.37% 1,345 27.05% 338 6.80% 29 0.58% 144 2.90% 113 2.27% 228 4.59%

2,728 58.48% 490 10.50% 1,301 27.89% 330 7.07% 30 0.64% 189 4.05% 121 2.59% 213 4.57%

2,731 59.24% 485 10.52% 1,376 29.85% 314 6.81% 53 1.15% 232 5.03% 133 2.89% 226 4.90%

2,730 62.06% -7.46% 440 10.00% -11.65% 1,330 30.23% 0.45% 305 6.93% -8.13% 58 1.32% 132.00% 259 5.89% 167.01% 104 2.36% 30.00% 182 4.14% -14.15%

Age

16 and Under 17 18 19-21 22-24 25-30 31-35 36-50 51-64 65 and over Unknown Average Age

20 108 558 1,378 699 968 492 741 130 6 0 26.69

42 88 591 1,373 717 908 456 662 125 10 0 26.42

35 91 579 1,370 643 773 422 617 125 10 0 26.28

30 77 555 1,388 633 826 418 579 96 8 0 25.95

46 64 576 1,378 588 767 385 487 100 8 0 25.56

0.39% 2.12% 10.94% 27.02% 13.71% 18.98% 9.65% 14.53% 2.55% 0.12% 0.00%

0.84% 1.77% 11.89% 27.61% 14.42% 18.26% 9.17% 13.31% 2.51% 0.20% 0.00%

0.75% 1.95% 12.41% 29.37% 13.78% 16.57% 9.05% 13.23% 2.68% 0.21% 0.00%

0.65% 1.67% 12.04% 30.11% 13.73% 17.92% 9.07% 12.56% 2.08% 0.17% 0.00%

1.05% 130.00% 1.45% -40.74% 13.09% 3.23% 31.33% 0.00% 13.37% -15.88% 17.44% -20.76% 8.75% -21.75% 11.07% -34.28% 2.27% -23.08% 0.18% 33.33% 0.00% .

NOTE: Refer to Glossary for definitions of terms. Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding. Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS Student Headcount by Zip Code Round Rock Campus Fall 2015 78611

78605

78642

£ ¤

35

76578

183

! .

78641

78654

Burnet

76530

78626

¦ ¨ §

78628

RRC 76574

78665

78681

78634

Williamson

78664

78613 78717 78729 78645

78750

78660

78728

78615

78727

78726 78669

78759 78732 78734

78663

Travis

78731 78738

78736

78636

78730

78620

£ ¤ 290

78737

78758 78753

78752

78733

£ ¤ 290

78757

78653

78754

78756 78751 78723 78746 78703 78705 78722 78724 78721 78701 78735 78702 78742 78704 78725 78741 78749 78745 78719 78744 78739 78748 78617 78652 78747

78619

78621

Bastrop

78602

78612

Hays

78610 78616

± 4

78676

78623 2

78640

¦ ¨ §

78957

35

78644

78666 0

4

8 Miles

! .

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

78656

78662 78953

¤

ACC Campuses

none

Highways

1 - 100

ACC Tax Jurisdiction

101 - 200

Counties

201 - 300

Zip Codes

> 300

South Austin Campus The ACC South Austin Campus, 1820 W. Stassney Lane, Austin, TX 78745, is one of 11 campuses in the ACC District service area. Located in the heart of south Austin, the campus provides comprehensive higher education programs and services to approximately 4,000 students.

ACC South Austin offers university transfer degrees and core curriculum courses, workforce/technical degrees and certificates, and comprehensive student support services, such as advising and counseling, financial aid, library facilities and media services, as well as computer centers and a learning lab with free tutoring. The campus is home to such workforce programs as Visual Communication. It is also home to Auto Body Collision and Refinishing, which operates across from the campus at Crockett High School.

FACT BOOK PREVIEW FALL 2015 Student Headcount South Austin Campus (opened 2006) Fall 2011 - 2015 11-15 % chg

Fall 2011

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

Student Headcount

3,996

3,717

3,572

3,214

3,084

-22.82%

Semester Credit Hours Average Credit Hours

20,250 5.07

19,112 5.14

18,382 5.15

15,917 4.95

15,094 4.89

-25.46% -3.42%

Contact Hours Average Contact Hours

372,728 93.28

352,872 94.93

339,832 95.14

292,384 90.97

279,168 90.52

-25.10% -2.95%

1,350

1,274

1,225

1,061

1,006

-25.46%

Full-time Student Equivalent (FTSE) Residency

In-District Out-of-District Out-of-State International

3,429 85.81% 486 12.16% 45 1.13% 36 0.90%

3,266 87.87% 367 9.87% 49 1.32% 35 0.94%

3,164 88.58% 332 9.29% 60 1.68% 16 0.45%

2,868 89.23% 255 7.93% 57 1.77% 34 1.06%

2,759 89.46% 252 8.17% 44 1.43% 29 0.94%

-19.54% -48.15% -2.22% -19.44%

Gender

Male Female

1,747 43.72% 2,249 56.28%

1,584 42.62% 2,133 57.38%

1,556 43.56% 2,016 56.44%

1,370 42.63% 1,844 57.37%

1,279 41.47% 1,805 58.53%

-26.79% -19.74%

Student Status

Part-time Full-time

2,856 71.47% 1,140 28.53%

2,671 71.86% 1,046 28.14%

2,588 72.45% 984 27.55%

2,287 71.16% 927 28.84%

2,292 74.32% 792 25.68%

-19.75% -30.53%

Race/Ethnicity (Unduplicated students were counted in only one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Two or more Unknown

1,676 41.94% 238 5.96% 1,627 40.72% 123 3.08% 2 0.05% 32 0.80% 90 2.25% 29 0.73% 179 4.48%

1,462 39.33% 227 6.11% 1,494 40.19% 129 3.47% 7 0.19% 31 0.83% 110 2.96% 53 1.43% 204 5.49%

1,387 38.83% 192 5.38% 1,479 41.41% 115 3.22% 7 0.20% 21 0.59% 106 2.97% 50 1.40% 215 6.02%

1,135 35.31% 175 5.44% 1,371 42.66% 85 2.64% 6 0.19% 35 1.09% 132 4.11% 59 1.84% 216 6.72%

1,090 35.34% -34.96% 141 4.57% -40.76% 1,361 44.13% -16.35% 95 3.08% -22.76% 5 0.16% 150.00% 19 0.62% -40.63% 145 4.70% 61.11% 75 2.43% 158.62% 153 4.96% -14.53%

Race/Ethnicity (Duplicated students may be counted in more than one category)

White Black Hispanic Asian Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Non-Resident Alien Unknown

1,980 49.55% 268 6.71% 1,627 40.72% 138 3.45% 9 0.23% 111 2.78% 90 2.25% 179 4.48%

1,834 49.34% 269 7.24% 1,494 40.19% 159 4.28% 22 0.59% 136 3.66% 110 2.96% 204 5.49%

1,888 52.86% 236 6.61% 1,479 41.41% 147 4.12% 26 0.73% 152 4.26% 106 2.97% 215 6.02%

1,683 52.36% 230 7.16% 1,371 42.66% 116 3.61% 30 0.93% 200 6.22% 132 4.11% 216 6.72%

1,722 55.84% -13.03% 197 6.39% -26.49% 1,361 44.13% -16.35% 133 4.31% -3.62% 36 1.17% 300.00% 230 7.46% 107.21% 145 4.70% 61.11% 153 4.96% -14.53%

Age

16 and Under 17 18 19-21 22-24 25-30 31-35 36-50 51-64 65 and over Unknown Average Age

44 76 419 1,167 710 775 327 377 96 5 0 25.55

32 85 415 1,163 596 706 288 349 77 6 0 25.28

19 64 384 1,139 625 629 291 352 64 5 0 25.30

24 38 374 1,051 599 605 218 253 45 7 0 24.65

28 55 387 1,031 514 545 230 253 36 5 0 24.51

1.10% 1.90% 10.49% 29.20% 17.77% 19.39% 8.18% 9.43% 2.40% 0.13% 0.00%

0.86% 2.29% 11.16% 31.29% 16.03% 18.99% 7.75% 9.39% 2.07% 0.16% 0.00%

0.53% 1.79% 10.75% 31.89% 17.50% 17.61% 8.15% 9.85% 1.79% 0.14% 0.00%

0.75% 1.18% 11.64% 32.70% 18.64% 18.82% 6.78% 7.87% 1.40% 0.22% 0.00%

0.91% 1.78% 12.55% 33.43% 16.67% 17.67% 7.46% 8.20% 1.17% 0.16% 0.00%

-36.36% -27.63% -7.64% -11.65% -27.61% -29.68% -29.66% -32.89% -62.50% 0.00% .

NOTE: Refer to Glossary for definitions of terms. Students who attend multiple locations are counted once at each location. Percents may not add to 100 due to rounding. Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

CAMPUS DEMOGRAPHICS Student Headcount by Zip Code South Austin Campus Fall 2015 78611

78605

78642

£ ¤

76530

¦ 78626 ¨ § 35

78628

76578

183

78641

78654

Burnet

78681

Williamson

78664

78613

76574

78634

78665

78717 78729 78645

78750

78660

78728

78615

78727

78726 78669

78759 78732 78734

78663

Travis

78730 78731

78738

78636 78736 78620

£ ¤ 290

78737

78758 78753 78752

78733

78653

78754

78749 78745 78739 78748

! .

SAC

78719 78744 78617

78747

78619

78640

78616

¦ ¨ § 35

78957 78644

78666

78623 2.5

78662 78953

78656

5 Miles

! .

Source: Fall 12th Class Day Data

78602

78610

78676

0

Bastrop 78612

Hays

2.5 1.25

78621

78756 78751 78723 78746 78703 78705 78722 78724 78721 78701 78702 78735 78742 78704 78741 78725

78652

±

£ ¤ 290

78757

ACC Campuses

none

Highways

1 - 100

ACC Tax Jurisdiction

101 - 300

Counties

301 - 500

Zip Codes

> 500

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