Florida College System

Report NumberRelease DateTitle
17-07 6/17 Approximately 42% of Nursing Programs Had Licensure Exam Passage Rates Below the Required Legislative Standard in 2016
10-52 9/10 DOE Improved the Statewide Course Numbering System; Oversight and Accuracy Issues Remain
10-35 4/10 Profile of Changes to Florida’s Public Career Education Program Offerings
09-25 4/09 More State Direction Could Increase the Utilization of Higher Education Classrooms
08-50 9/08 Workforce Estimating Conference Streamlined; University Funding Is Not Directly Tied to Workforce Demand
08-29 4/08 Options Exist to Address the Rising Cost of Textbooks for Florida’s College Students
07-45 12/07 Increased Funding and Program Delivery Changes Aim to Increase Florida’s Teachers and Nurses
07-31 5/07 Half of College Students Needing Remediation Drop Out; Remediation Completers Do Almost as Well as Other Students
07-23 4/07 Community Colleges Generally Are Consistent in Awarding College Credit for Certificate Programs
07-22 3/07 Institutions Do Not Have to Accept Transfer Credit for Many of the Courses in the Statewide Course Numbering System
06-52 6/06 Florida’s Postsecondary Institutions Employ a Variety of Support Services for Students
06-48 5/06 Student Tracking Systems Can Be Used to Enhance Graduation and Retention Rates
06-43 5/06 Technical Report: Activity and Service Fee Use Varies Among State Universities and Community Colleges
06-42 5/06 Student Activity and Service Fees Are Spent to Benefit the Entire Student Body
06-40 4/06 Steps Can Be Taken to Reduce Remediation Rates; 78% of Community College Students, 10% of University Students Need Remediation
06-22 3/06 Community Colleges and Universities Have Academic Freedom Policies; Relatively Few Grievances Filed
05-09 2/05 Florida Can Use Several Strategies to Encourage Students to Enroll in Areas of Critical Need
04-54 8/04 The State Has Several Options Available When Considering the Funding of Higher Education
04-44 6/04 Stronger Financial Incentives Could Encourage Students to Graduate With Fewer Excess Hours
03-33 6/03 College Attendance Costs Vary and Result From Higher Tuition, Room, and Board
03-16 2/03 Office of Student Financial Assistance Generally Performs Well, But Performance Measurement and Default Prevention Should Be Improved
02-36 6/02 Apprenticeship Program Is Beneficial, But Its Ability to Meet State Demands Is Limited
02-15 3/02 Eliminating Recycling Grants and Raising Recycling Rates Could Save Over $2.5 Million
01-56 11/01 Workforce Development Education Program, Florida Department of Education
01-30 6/01 Progress Report: Community College Budget Incentives and Interagency Articulation Improve, But Graduation Rates Still Inflated
00-26 12/00 Inflexibility in Contracting and Retainage Practices Could Hurt Construction Industry
99-34 2/00 Review of the Workforce Development System
98-07 8/98 Community College Revenues and Expenditures
98-06A 8/98 Program Evaluation & Justification Review Florida's Community College System
97-49 2/98 Review of the Community College System's Performance-Based Program Budgeting Measures and Incentive Fund
95-25 1/96 Review of the Postsecondary Vocational Programs
95-24 1/96 Employment Training Programs: Varied Purposes and Varied Performance
12146 7/93 Assessment of the State Community College System Accountability Plan
10210 5/83 Performance Audit of the Florida Institute of Government of the State University System