OutcomesDecember 6, 2022 2023-06-27 14:13
Eston College Data
Eston College is accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education Commission on Accreditation (5850 T. G. Lee Blvd., Ste. 130, Orlando, FL 32822, 407.207.0808) to grant certificates and degrees at the Associate and Baccalaureate levels.
As part of our accreditation standards, we post the following data each year:
Year-to-Year Retention Rate – 38%
Fall Semester Headcount – 43
Winter Semester Headcount – 45
Certificate Completion Rate – 13 of 21 = 62%
Diploma Completion Rate – 3 of 6 = 50%
3-Year Bachelor Completion Rate – 9 of 10 = 90%
4-Year Bachelor Completion Rate – 2 of 3 = 67%
Graduate Placement Rate (GPR) 2023 – data to be provided November 2023
Year-to-Year Retention Rate – 40%
Fall Semester Headcount – 33
Winter Semester Headcount – 34
Certificate Completion Rate – 3 of 9 = 30%
Diploma Completion Rate – 7 of 10 = 70%
3-Year Bachelor Completion Rate – 5 of 5 = 100%
4-Year Bachelor Completion Rate – N/A
Graduate Placement Rate (GPR) 2022 – 50%
Year-to-Year Retention Rate – 36%
Fall Semester Headcount – 49
Winter Semester Headcount – 47
Certificate Completion Rate – 15 of 20 = 75%
Diploma Completion Rate – 6 of 7 = 87%
3-Year Bachelor Completion Rate – 4 of 5 = 80%
4-Year Bachelor Completion Rate – 6 of 6 = 100%
Graduate Placement Rate (GPR) 2021 – 60%
Year to Year Retention Rate – 38%
Fall Semester Headcount – 47
Winter Semester Headcount – 47
Certificate Completion Rate – 13 of 17 = 76%
Diploma Completion Rate – 11 of 12 = 92%
3-Year Bachelor Completion Rate – 4 of 4 = 100%
4-Year Bachelor Completion Rate – 5 of 5 = 100%
Graduate Placement Rate (GPR) 2020 – 67%
Year-to-Year Retention Rate – 41%
Fall Semester Headcount – 69 traditional students
Winter Semester Headcount – 69 traditional students
Certificate Completion Rate – 34 of 38 traditional students = 89%
Diploma Completion Rate – 9 of 10 traditional students = 90%
3-Year Bachelor Completion Rate – 6 of 6 traditional students = 100%
4-Year Bachelor Completion Rate – 5 of 5 traditional students = 100%
Year-to-Year Retention: The number of returning traditional students from the previous fall’s incoming cohort of students (that is, the “new” Sophomore, Junior, and Senior students) divided by the total number of potential returning traditional undergraduate students from the previous fall’s incoming students (the total number of the previous year’s Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors), expressed as a percent.
Semester Headcount: Full Time student total number + Part Time student total number, including off-campus interns and students across all programs and years.
Traditional student: A student who is enrolled full-time (for ABHE purposes this is defined as 12 credit hours or more/semester) in a certificate, diploma, or degree program of study.
(Program of Studies) Completion Rate: The percentage of students who complete their declared program of studies within 200% of the normal time required for the completion of the certificate, diploma, or degree as per the criteria documented in our catalogue (whether or not they chose to formally graduate from their program of study). The Completion rate is calculated by dividing the number of students completing their indicated level of study (certificate, diploma, or degree) by the total number of students enrolled in each cohort of certificate, diploma, or degree students, expressed as a percentage.
Grad Placement Rate: The number of students from the degree graduating classes who, within six months of graduation, were either working full time in ministry, volunteering at least 20 hours per week in ministry, or had returned to school for further education in their chosen area of ministry, expressed as a percentage.
Student Learning Objectives
By the completion of their studies, our students will:
Develop a Christian worldview that is founded on Scripture through college-level education that values cultivating self-agency, public proof of learning, and experiential teaching.
Grow in the Fruit and Gifts of the Spirit by nurturing devotional rhythms within a pentecostal community.
Acquire practical skills for ministry in the home, marketplace, local church, and mission field.
Gain motivation to reach the least-reached, serve the marginalized, value the global Church, and care for creation.
Know and experience the daily outworking of salvation by overcoming sin’s entanglements to live a joy-filled, abundant life.
By the end of one year at Eston College, every student will:
Acquire a foundational knowledge of the Bible and doctrines of the Christian faith.
Establish a Christian worldview that is biblical and reasonable.
Develop basic skills in communicating the Christian faith.
Gain the ability to apply biblical knowledge in further educational or vocational pursuits.
By the end of two years at Eston College, every student will:
Develop attitudes and disciplines that enable spiritual growth and facilitate full participation in a local church.
Gain a deeper understanding of the nature of spiritual formation through the story of the church throughout the centuries.
By the end of three years at Eston College, every student will:
Develop leadership skills through on-campus and off-campus ministry experiences.
Acquire a stronger biblical understanding of servant leadership which will enhance the mission of the local church.
Learn the elements of being a mentor.
By the end of four years at Eston College, every student will:
Develop entry-level skills necessary for vocational/professional ministry including:
The ability to work well within a leadership team.
The necessary communication skills specific to leadership responsibilities.
The competence to equip others through formal and informal teaching settings.
Develop a basis of biblical and theological understanding and expertise necessary for graduate-level education in biblical, theological, and/or ministry studies.
The college will demonstrate fiscal by annually meeting the ten standards for financial accountability as subscribers to the Canadian Council of Christian Charities.
The college will handle all its interactions with students in a manner that is welcoming, attentive, fair, and unbiased.
The college will invest in and care for its staff and volunteers by providing adequate remuneration, reasonable workloads, quality relationships, fair benefit packages, and opportunities for professional development.
The college will disseminate frequent, clear, and accurate information in matters related to financial development, recruitment, and public relations.
The college will communicate frequent, clear, and accurate information in all matters related to public relations and solicitation of donations.