Overall and Consolidated KPI Results

Overall KPI Results

Since the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) were instituted, Niagara College has been a top tier college in Ontario with very strong results in student satisfaction. The KPI survey measures student satisfaction in four key areas: learning experiences, program quality, services, and facilities. Our students consistently rate us above the provincial average in all of these categories and in terms of the quality of our programs and learning experiences. The results for all five key performance indicators are displayed in the table below.

Year Student Satisfaction Graduate Employment Graduate Satisfaction Employer Satisfaction Graduation
2016-17 80.7% 82.3% 78.0% 88.9% 65.6%
2015-16 81.1% 84.4% 80.4% 94.3% 66.3%
2014-15 80.8% 87.8% 79.3% 89.0% 65.7%
2013-14 81.7% 85.4% 79.7% 89.8% 66%
2012-13 85.4% 85.2% 81.1% 92.3% 65.8%
2011-12 85.7% 85.4% 77.1% 93.7% 65.7%
2010-11 83.1% 86.2% 79.0% 93.2% 65.8%
2009-10 85.2% 88.9% 80.7% 94.8% 65.2%
2008-09 86.1% 91.5% 81.4% 93.2% 65.5%
2007-08 87.2% 91.0% 80.7% 93.5% 60.6%
2006-07 86.4% 90.4% 82.5% 94.2% 57.0%
2005-06 86.3% 90.1% 80.5% 89.9% 60.4%
2004-05 85.2% 88.0% 79.7% 94.3% 55.4%

Detailed information about the the current KPI results is available from the Colleges Ontario web site at collegesontario.org.


Consolidated KPI Results, by Program

A common methodology has been used for the calculations for all program-related information provided by all colleges. The data are updated annually. An approved program sequence (APS) number is assigned to each approved program by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development.

Download the Consolidated Key Performance Indicator Report | Niagara College | 2015-2016
Past Consolidated KPI Results

For more information regarding OSAP, COISL default rates, or employment outcomes of college graduates, please browse the following links:

Confidentiality is maintained by not publishing information for indicators for which the total number of individuals is less than five, as is consistent with the direction in the Ontario Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.