Morton College at a Glance

  • What's the Residency Requirement?

    Students transferring from another accredited college/university must complete a minimum of 15 semester credit hours at Morton College. The last 10 of these 15 credit hours must be taken at Morton College.

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  • Morton College at a Glance
  • 2013-2014 Student Demographic Profile

    • 7,508 credit
    •   248 non-credit
    • 58.2% Females
    • 41.8% Males
    • 82.3% Hispanics
    • 87.0% District 527 residents
    • Average age - 27.9 years

    Academic Profile

    • 25.8% enrolled in Transfer Programs
    • 19.7% Associate in Applied Science /ALS
    • 7.0% Certificates
    • 22.5% Course Enrollees
    • 25.0% enrolled in Adult Education and ESL

    College Profile

    • Morton College currently offers:
      • 39 Career Certificates
      • 14 Associate in Applied Science Degrees
      • 4 Transfer Program Degrees
    • 601 degrees were awarded in 2014

    College Employee Profile (as of October 1, 2014)

    • 445 employees
      • 39.3% full-time
      • 60.7% part-time 
    • 4.9% (22) administrators
    • 56.6% (252) faculty
    • 38.4% (171) classified staff
    • 32.0% of the full-time employees are Hispanic

    Graduation Rates

    Interested community members may download graduation rate statistics for the years 2009-2014 (PDF).

    Retention Rates

    Community members may download comparison retention rates for the years 2008-2012 (PDF).