The institutions that report back to high schools in the feedback systems are typically public institutions under the jurisdiction of a higher education governing body. These include community colleges and other 2-year institutions.
Why does it matter?
|Types of postsecondary institutions that must report|
|Alabama||2-year and 4-year Alabama public colleges and universities|
|Arizona||Each community college district and all institutions under the jurisdiction of the board of regents|
|Arkansas||2-year and 4-year Arkansas public institutions|
|Colorado||All state supported institutions of higher education|
|Delaware||The report is a survey sent to students and does not directly involve the postsecondary institutions.|
|Florida||All public postsecondary institutions and public career centers|
|Georgia||Public 2-year and 4-year institutions under the jurisdiction of the University System of Georgia|
|Illinois||Nine public 4-year institutions in the state|
|Kentucky||The public colleges and universities in Kentucky and independent institutions that choose to participate|
|Louisiana||All state colleges and universities. Two-year and private institutions that wish to participate may do so.|
|Maryland||All public 2-year and 4-year institutions and 14 state-aided independent institutions|
|Minnesota||All institutions under the jurisdiction of the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities|
|Missouri||All public 2-year and 4-year institutions|
|Montana||The 2-year and 4-year colleges that are part of the Montana University System|
|Nevada||Public institutions under the jurisdiction of the Nevada System of Higher Education|
|North Carolina||All constituent institutions of the University of North Carolina and the community colleges under the jurisdiction of the state board of community colleges and any private institutions that wish to participate|
|Ohio||All state-assisted colleges and universities|
|Oklahoma||All Oklahoma public colleges and universities|
|Oregon||All Oregon University System institutions (4-year)|
|South Carolina||All institutions of higher learning in the state|
|South Dakota||All postsecondary institutions under the jurisdiction of the board of regents|
|Tennessee||All public 2-year and 4-year institutions|
|Texas||All public postsecondary institutions|
|Washington||All community and technical colleges|
|West Virginia||All public 2-year and 4-year institutions|
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