Welcome to the data dashboards at LWTech. Please select a dashboard below to review disaggregated student data. The following fields are included: enrollment, persistence, learn more about enrollment, persistence, retention, completion, and post-college employment outcomes. The college uses these data points for accreditation; more information is available on the Accreditation page.

Dashboards linked to outside organizations are available to users, however some dashboards only allow access to employees within the state community college system. LWTech employees may also view additional dashboards by visiting the link at the bottom of this page. 

Disaggregated Student Data

If you are not able to view the dashboard, view Student Enrollment charts in new window.

If you are not able to view the dashboard, view Persistence charts in new window.

If you are not able to view the dashboard, view Retention charts in new window.

If you are not able to view the dashboard, view Completion Rate charts in new window.

If you are not able to view the dashboard, view Post-College Employment Outcome charts in new window.

Mission Fulfillment Plan Metrics

Additional information is available on the Missions, Core Themes, and Values page.

If you are not able to view the dashboard below, view Mission Fulfillment Plan Metrics tables in new window.


National College Comparisons

The following five community and technical colleges in Washington state and Wisconsin were identified as national peers for student data comparisons:

  • Bellingham Technical College (BTC)
  • Renton Technical College (RTC)
  • Clover Park Technical College (CPTC)
  • South Seattle College (SSC)
  • Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC)

Percent of target Full Time Equivalent (FTE) enrollments as monitored by SBCTC Enrollment and Allocation monitoring reports.

If you are not able to view the table, view percent of target FTE enrollments table in new window.

Fall-to-Fall Enrollment disaggregated by enrollment status (Full-Time and Part-Time) for First-Time, Degree-Seeking Students. This metric uses the IPEDS definition of retention, which counts a student beginning in Fall that remains enrolled for credit in that same institution the following Fall.

If you are not able to view the table, view retention rates chart in new window.

This metric uses the IPEDS definition of graduation rate (GR), which tracks the number of students entering the institution as full-time, first-time, degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students in a particular year (cohort), by race/ethnicity and gender; and the number completing their program within 150 percent of normal time to completion.

If you are not able to view the table, view graduation rates chart in new window.

Outside Agencies & Research

Public Dashboards

Includes Student Achievement Initiative points, credentials awarded, academic year reports, strategic enrollment, eLearning, faculty/staff, expenditures, facilities, professional/technical programs and apprenticeships, transfer, and earnings for graduates.

Internal Dashboards (College Access Only)

Includes quarterly enrollment/allocation monitoring reports, Centers of Excellence, personnel demographics, student/faculty ratios, Guided Pathways, Student Achievement Initiative, Basic Education for Adults Outcomes (BEdA), and pre-college placement/outcomes.

Occupations in Demand Dashboard 

Displays occupations across the state and within individual workforce development areas to determine eligibility for a variety of training and support programs

Monthly Supply/Demand Report 

Provides a gap analysis for detailed occupations along with comparisons of online job postings and Employment Security Department data on unemployment insurance claimants

Monthly Employment Report

Comprehensive report on Washington’s job market including unemployment rate statewide and for the nation, the number of people in Washington’s workforce and the number of jobs by industry

Labor Area Summaries

Provides labor market information for metropolitan areas and counties in Washington state

Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates

Employment and wage estimates for nearly 840 occupations across Washington state. Data are displayed statewide, by metropolitan division, metropolitan statistical area, and nonmetropolitan area. Data can also be displayed by county.

Industry Employment Projections

Expected change in employment by industry and occupation, the current and projected employment counts, estimated growth rates and average annual openings. Includes short-, medium- and long-term projections.

Quarterly Workforce Indicators

Web-based mapping and reporting application that shows where workers are employed and where they live. Also provides companion reports on age, earnings, industry distributions, race, ethnicity, educational attainment and sex.

QuickFacts – Population Estimates

Statistics for all states and counties, and for cities and towns with a population of 5,000 or more.

Infographics and Visualizations

Access U.S. Census data through products and tools including data visualizations, mobile apps, interactive web apps and other software.

The Good Jobs Project: Good Jobs that Pay without a BA

Shows the concentration of good jobs for non-BA workers both nationally and by state. The interactive website details the level of economic opportunity for workers without BAs across the country. The project also focuses on the share of good jobs by industry and occupation.

Dashboards for Employees

See Employee Dashboards on SharePoint

Log Into Your Tableau Account

Having troubles? Want to set up an account? Contact IR staff for details. The process to access data and dashboards will be updated in Fall 2022 due to the conversion to LionsLink powered by ctcLink. More information will be posted here as it is available.

Creating an Account

Interested in creating a Tableau account? We are happy to help! Our center for professional development holds trainings throughout the year, and training materials from pre-ctcLink are listed below. These materials will be update in Fall 2022:

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