Compendium of Budget Information for the 2014 General Session
Appropriations Subcommittee (PDF)
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The Davis Applied Technology College (DATC) is located in Kaysville. It has two locations in Clearfield and delivers programs at the Utah Department of Corrections. DATC generated 1,404,362 membership hours in FY 2013, with 85 percent of those hours coming from post-secondary students and 15 percent coming from secondary students from two school districts. DATC offers 36 programs and over 800 courses in business and information technology, health sciences, construction, manufacturing technology, service professions, and transportation technology. Seventeen programs are delivered in a hybrid format, 18 have programmatic accreditations and Utah Division of Professional Licensing approval, and 22 programs include clinicals and externship opportunities for students. In 2013, 1,404 students participated in externships.
The overall student completion rate is 76 percent, with an 88 percent placement and licensure rate. Over 250 industry employer advisory committee members evaluate programs twice annually to provide feedback on how DATC can better meet industry demand. DATC serves as a national training center for Lincoln Electric (welding technology), Okuma/Hartwig (machine tool technology), Volvo/Mack (diesel/heavy duty technology), and Polaris (motor sports technician). These partnerships have resulted in significant industry presence in DATC's classrooms, donations of equipment and materials, and training and employment opportunities for students.
Alternate documentation and academic agreements are in place to provide pathways for high school and college student transfers with recognition of knowledge, skill, experience, and prior education. This reduces duplication of course work and enables students to progress more efficiently through training programs. Students who complete programs that are one year or more in length can seamlessly enroll in the Weber State University Associate of Applied Science Degree in General Technology, receiving credit for one year of course work. Five programs lead directly into regular associate degree programs.
The performance measure below shows the headcount enrollment at Davis ATC for the past five years. The blue line reflects secondary students and the red line reflects post-secondary students.
The performance measure below shows the count of membership hours at Davis ATC for the past five years. The blue line reflects secondary students and the red line reflects post-secondary students.
The performance measure below shows the number of certificates awarded by program at Davis ATC for the past five years.
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COBI contains unaudited data as presented to the Legislature by state agencies at the time of publication. For audited financial data see the State of Utah's Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports.