Informing Progress Toward Oregon’s State Goals
The Higher Education Coordinating Commission is responsible for conducting data collection, analysis, reporting, and research on all sectors of postsecondary education in Oregon. The HECC data resources are used to inform policy and funding decisions, and to uphold important requirements for transparency and accountability in an effort to achieve Oregon's state goals for higher education.
Featured Data, August 2017: Higher Education Progress Indicators
At the August 2017 public HECC meeting, Dr. Amy Cox, Director of Research and Data for the HECC, presented the agency’s developing work on higher education progress indicators. This data focused on college entry, affordability, retention, completion, and mobility (earnings), and will inform the Commission’s work on an update to the statewide strategic plan for postsecondary education.
Progress toward Oregon's 40-40-20 Education Goals, and other key educational attainment data.