Institutional Research has designed a series of interactive reports to visualize St. Petersburg College data. These reports include a five-year history focusing on student enrollment, performance, and persistence which is a great resource for trend data to answer most information requests. You can click on the filters and labels to generate specialized views. Specific definitions and data sources are provided in the information section.

Interactive enrollment data featuring gender, race/ethnicity, age, overall degree objective, and success rates. Expanded view of program enrollments by Academic Communities and academic organizations. Additional Information 

Interactive graduate data featuring gender, race/ethnicity, overall degree objective, and specific programs. Additional Information 

Interactive graduation rate data (First-time in College – FTIC cohort) featuring gender, race/ethnicity, and overall degree objective. The first page shows a summary of all cohort years followed by pages providing additional detail for each individual cohort year. Graduation rate calculated by dividing the number of graduates (sum of graduates for 9 terms following FTIC term) by the number of FTIC students. Additional Information 

Comprehensive Interactive enrollment and graduation data featuring gender, race/ethnicity, overall degree objective, and specific programs. Performance indicators include student success rates, special student populations, and program retention. Dashboard includes filters to isolate program performance related to the Florida Career and Technical Audit and the federal Perkins V grant. Additional Information 

“All statistical and financial data used to generate information in this publication originates at the 28 institutions within the Florida College System and are reported to the Florida Department of Education.”


Detailed data on Student Enrollment Characteristics, Degrees Awarded, Graduation and Retention Rates, and more.


The Common Data Set (CDS) is a collaborative effort among postsecondary schools, colleges, universities, and publishers as represented by the College Board, Peterson's, and U.S. News & World Report to standardize data items and definitions.


The St. Petersburg College Fact Book is intended to serve the informational needs of the College community including administration, faculty, staff, students, alumni and all other outside inquiries.


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Frequently used external resources & references:

  • Florida College System
  • Workforce
  • Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)