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 Student Right to Know Information


Federally Required Consumer Information

Student Right to Know refers to federally-mandated public disclosure of specified consumer statistics of institutional effectiveness.  The Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act (P.L. 101-542) requires higher education institutions receiving federal financial assistance to provide prospective and current students with the following information to help them make informed decisions about the educational benefits available.

Graduation, Transfer, and Retention Rates

In compliance with the reporting requirements, groups of students or cohorts that are used to inform these rates include first-time, full-time degree- or certificate-seeking undergraduate students.

% of Full-Time, First-Time Degree- or Certificate- Seeking Students

​Fall Term​​ Graduation Rate
(within 3 years or 150%)​
Transfer Rate​ Retention Rate​
Full Time
​Retention Rate
Part Time
​2009 ​25.0% ​38.0% ​55.0% ​27.0%
2010​ 28.0%​ ​34.0% ​61.0% ​37.0%
2011​ 28.0%​ ​26.0% ​59.0% ​29.0%
2012​ 30.0%​ ​28.0% ​58.0% ​38.0%
2013​ 34.0%​ ​22.0% ​59.0% ​48.0%

Graduation Rates

Graduation rates reflect a percentage of a cohort of students during the specified year who have completed their degree or certificate requirements within 150% of the normal time to completion (i.e., 3 years). The graduation rate does not include students who have left SRC for any reason, including transferring prior to degree or certificate completion. More detailed data on SRC Graduation Rates can be found in the Graduation Rate KPI Summary Report.

Transfer Rates

In compliance with reporting requirements, transfer rates reflect a percentage of a cohort of students during the specified year who have transferred to a degree- or certificate-program at another institution of higher education. More detailed data on the SR Transfer Rates can be found in the Transfer Rate KPI Summary Report.

Retention Rates

In compliance with reporting requirements, retention rates reflect a percentage of a cohort of students during the specified year who have returned to SRC to continue their studies the following fall. More detailed data on SRC Retention Rates can be found in the Persistence and Retention Rate KPI Summary Report​.

Number of Full and Part-Time Employees on July 1st

​Classification ​2008 ​2009 ​2010 ​2011 ​2012 2013​ 2014​
FT Admin​ ​11 ​11 ​12 ​12 ​11 ​11 ​8
​PT Admin ​0 ​0 ​0 ​0 ​0 ​0 ​0
​FT Prof Support ​62 ​61 ​54 ​49 ​47 47​ ​51
​PT Prof Support ​7 ​4 ​5 ​5 ​8 9​ ​8
​FT Classified ​24 ​24 ​25 ​25 ​23 24​ ​21
​PT Classified ​16 ​17 ​15 ​15 ​14 16​ ​14
​FT Faculty ​34 ​33 ​32 ​34 ​35 35​ ​35
​Total ​154 ​150 ​143 ​140 ​138 ​142 ​137



Canton Campus
23235 N. County Highway 22
Canton, IL 61520

Macomb Campus
208 S. Johnson St.
Macomb, IL 61455

Canton Outreach Center
45 E Side ​Sq. #302
Canton, IL 61520

Macomb Outreach Center
2500 E. Jackson
Macomb, IL 61455



 Budget Presentation


 Annual Financial Reports


​Spoon River College is audited on an annual basis in accordance with The Public Community College Act and OMB-Circular A-133 (Audits of States, Local Governments and Non-profit Organizations)


 Facts About SRC


Spoon River College was founded in 1959 as Canton Community College and was reorganized in 1968 as Spoon River College.

Spoon River College serves 4,300 credit students per year in a 1,566 square miles area including portions of Fulton, McDonough, Mason, Schuyler and Knox counties.

Tax Information

  • 2008 Assessed Valuation $733 million
  • 2008 Taxes Levied $3.75 million​
  • 2008 Tax Rate .5121 per $100 EAV
  • Enrollment Statistics (2008-2009)
  • 4,366 credit students per year
  • 1,812 non-credit students per year
  • The College awarded 398 certificates and degrees in 2008-2009
  • The College draws the majority of its students from: Fulton County; McDonough County; Mason County; Schuyler County.
  • The college employs 36 full-time faculty and approximately 139 part-time faculty.
  • Spoon River College and the SRC Foundation provide financial assistance to over 100 students each year through grants, loans, student work study programs, and scholarships.
  • The Office of Community Outreach provides customized training for numerous businesses throughout the district each year. Since 2000, thousands of individuals have received individualized workforce training either through the WorkKeys program, customized training, and professional certification programs.
  • Over $3.5 million per year in financial aid brought into the district.

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