Reports and Publications
Strategic Plan Annual Report
Master Site and Facilities Plan
The purpose of the 2017 Northeast Community College Master Site and Facilities Plan (MSFP) is to provide the College with a collection of background information, an analysis of key issues, and a list of potential projects for implementation over the next decade.
The Northeast Graduate Report shares the story of the success of our students in continuing with their education and those who have entered the workforce.
Find facts about Northeast Community College and its service area in this document.
IPEDS (Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System) Dashboards
IPEDS dashboards highlight student achievement, enrollment, student body diversity, and financial data. All data is derived from the IPEDS website.
Economic Impact Study
The Economic Impact Study, conducted in 2021, explains the impact of Northeast Community College on the economy.
Activities of Northeast and its students support one out of every 34 jobs in the Northeast 20-county Service Area and 2.3% of the region’s total gross regional product (GRP).
In return for their investment, students will receive a cumulative present value $215.2 million in increased earnings over their working lives. This translates to a return of $6.00 in higher future earnings for every dollar students invest in their education. Students’ average annual rate of return is 27.9%.
Taxpayers will benefit from added tax revenue, stemming from students’ higher lifetime earnings and increased business output, amounting to $50.4 million. A reduced demand for government-funded services in Nebraska will add another $4.1 million in benefits to taxpayers.
For every dollar of public money invested in Northeast, taxpayers will receive $1.20 in return, over the course of students’ working lives. The average annual rate of return for taxpayers is 0.6%.
For every dollar invested in Northeast in FY 2020-21, people in Nebraska will receive $7.00 in return, for as long as Northeast’s FY 2020-21 students remain active in the state workforce.
Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act
The Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act is designed to make current and prospective students aware of the school’s commitment to providing equitable athletic opportunities for its men and women students.
Student Right-to-Know Act
Find the graduation/completion and transfer-out rates of full-time, first-time, degree, diploma, or certificate seeking undergraduates and student athletes in accordance with the Higher Education Act of 1965.
Risk and Safety Information
Student Code of Conduct
The Student Code of Conduct is provided to all students on an annual basis.