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Institutional Research

Welcome to the Office of Institutional Research

The Office of Institutional Research provides information about such subject areas as student demographics, student academic histories, course offerings, institutional effectiveness and alumni career patterns to provide guidance to Asnuntuck Community College policy makers on the effectiveness of the institution and future strategic direction. The Office of Institutional Research also supports academic program and discipline reviews, as well as other assessment activities in that are teaching and learning centered.  Examples of activities carried out by the office include:

  • Managing internal database;
  • Assisting academic and student services programs reviews;
  • Conducting system-wide and the college surveys;
  • Facilitating strategic planning and assessment activities;
  • Providing analytical information on topics that include enrollment management, student learning outcome assessment, resource allocation, and program assessment;
  • Serving as the primary point of contact for reports and surveys requested from government agencies and commercial interests, including the U.S. Department of Education IPEDS reports, Board of Regents for Higher Education, and college guidebook surveys.

Mission Statement for Institutional Research

The mission of Institutional Research is to provide quality and timely research and support for all constituents of the college; meet the reporting requests from the federal, state and system office; and maintain the college informational database for statistical reporting and institutional effectiveness.

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ACC at a Glance

Location Enfield, CT
History Established in 1969 as North Central Connecticut Area Community College. Renamed as Asnuntuck Community College in 1972.
Type of Institution Public, 2-year
President James P. Lombella
Degrees & Certificates 7,920 degrees and certificates awarded since 1974
Academic Programs Offering 19 Associate Degrees and 23 Certificate Programs
Non-credit Certificates Nail Technician, Basic Skin Esthetics, Advanced Skin Esthetics, Esthetician, Registered Medical Assistant, Medical Billing & Coding, Certified Pharmacy Technician, Veterinary Assistant, Dental Assistant, Public Safety Telecommunications, Ophthalmic Assistant, Massage Therapy, Certified Sterilization Technician, Certified Phlebotomy & EKG Technician, Emergency Medical Technician, Medical Office Assistant.

1,571 in Fall 2015; 944 FTE in credit

1,481 in Spring 2015; 897 FTE in credit

1,263 in non-credit (2014-2015)

Service Regions East Granby, East Windsor, Ellington, Enfield, Somers, Stafford Springs, Suffield, and Windsor Locks
Student Body

Average age: 27

Women: 53%

Minorities: 8% Hispanic or Latino; 14% one or more race (excluding white)


Full-time: 30

Part-time: 98

Graduation Rate 5 year average, 31%
Student Organization Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Art Club, Drama Club, Early Childhood Club, Poetry Club,Human Services Club, Student Activities, Student Union of Minorities at Asnuntuck(SUMA), Freshwater Magazine, Radio Station WACC 107.7 FM, Student Senate.
Tuition and Fees $2,036 per semester for full-time, in-state students (12 credits or more)
Financial Aid Institution has a Program Participation Agreement with the US Department of Education for eligible students to receive Pell Grants and other federal and State aid (e.g., Stafford Loans). ACC Foundation offers scholarships to selected candidates through an annual application process.
Accreditation New England Association for Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
Annual Budget Total budget is $19.5 million