For full-time, first-time students, here's a comparison table for the Kentucky Community and Technical System's schools.
Pell grants go to students from low-income families.
Jefferson has the smallest proportion of students needing Pell grants and the smallest proportion of students completing associate's degrees in three years.
Bowling Green, the school with the highest graduation rate, has 19 percent more Pell recipients.
Southeast, the school with the highest Pell participation of all, has 24 percent more graduates.
I'm new to these numbers and will welcome any discussion of what's behind these patterns and other elements of the data.
Source note: The information in the chart comes from the College Navigator offered by the National Center for Education Statistics.