Morton College at a Glance

  • 2014-2015 Student Demographic Profile

    • 7,162 credit
    • 313 non-credit
    • 58.6% Females
    • 41.4% Males
    • 82.7% Hispanics
    • 85.9% District 527 residents
    • Average age - 27.1 years

    Academic Profile

    • 26.4% enrolled in Transfer Programs
    • 21.8% Associate in Applied Science /ALS
    • 7.5% Certificates
    • 20.3% Course Enrollees
    • 23.9% enrolled in Adult Education and ESL

    College Profile

    • Morton College currently offers:
      • 41 Career Certificates
      • 16 Associate in Applied Science Degrees
      • 4 Transfer Program Degrees
    • 774 Degrees and certificates were awarded in 2015

    College Employee Profile (as of October 1, 2015)

    • 460 employees
      • 40.0% full-time
      • 60.0% part-time 
    • 5.2% (24) administrators
    • 55.9% (257) faculty
    • 38.9% (179) classified staff
    • 32.6% of the full-time employees are Hispanic

    Graduation Rates

    Interested community members may download graduation rate statistics for the years 2013-2015 (PDF).

    Retention Rates

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


  • Applying for Financial Aid?

    Begin by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This form is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov or in the Financial Aid Office, 2nd Floor, Building B.

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