YCCD Celebrates Impressive Completion Rates

Yuba Community College District (YCCD) is proud to announce remarkable increases in completion rates across its colleges, reflecting the District’s commitment to student success.

“Our District and colleges are working hard to serve our students and our communities,” said Dr. Sonja Lolland, Vice Chancellor of Education and Planning at YCCD. “The work we are doing to improve student support services, streamline processes and improve academic supports is paying off.”

She added that the completion rates significantly exceed the state average.

From 2017 to 2021, YCCD saw a 24% increase in students completing their associate degrees. Woodland Community College (WCC) had a 48% surge in associate degree completions, while Yuba College (YC) noted a 16% growth during the same period.

“These numbers tell a very good story of our faculty and staff’s commitment to our students’ success,” added YCCD Chancellor Dr. Shouan Pan. “Importantly, this increase also indicates our students’ dedication to and belief in themselves. Deciding to attend and remain in college, especially during the pandemic, is not an easy choice. I’m very proud of each student who made the commitment to earn their associate’s and each employee who supported them along the way.”