Presenter

Angela Johnson
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs
Cuyahoga Community College
Cleveland, OH
Agenda
 Overview of defaulter analysis
 Ohio’s two-year defaulter analysis project
 An approach to analyzing defaulters...
Defaulter Analysis – A Look at Yesterday’s
Defaults

                           Identifying common
                      ...
Benefits of Defaulter Analysis
 Enables you to develop specific strategies to help
  students avoid default
 Allows you ...
The Story Behind the Project
 U.S. Department of Education identified Ohio as
  one of the top 10 states with the highest...
Ohio’s Climate Concerns
 Rising education costs
 Decreasing state funding
 Struggling economy (state-wide and national)...
Two-Year School’s Focus
 Understand institutional factors that impede
  student success (social, environmental, etc.)
  ...
Loan Default Correlation to Student Success
                            Successful repayment
 Hypothesis – Students
 who ...
Student Success Assumptions

 College preparedness
 Success rates (passed courses)
 Retention rates (term to term)
 Ma...
Ohio Default Aversion Project
 Project overview
   Review and analyze shared data set and demographic
    information ab...
Ohio Default Aversion Project
 14 two-year schools agreed to participate in the
  Default Aversion Project
 Some schools...
Common Data Points
 First time student (Y/N)    High school attended
 Transferred in (Y/N)        Developmental educat...
Cuyahoga Community College Facts
 Largest community college in the state of Ohio
 Serves more than 55,000 credit and non...
Cuyahoga Community College Data Findings

Defaulters (over 3 CDR periods – FY 02, FY03, FY04)
   30% students placed in d...
Cuyahoga Community College Data Findings

Defaulters (over 3 CDR periods – FY 02, FY03, FY04)
   60% are in 20 – 29 age g...
Cuyahoga Community College
              CDR     Defaulters   Repayment

     FY07     10.1%       235         2323
     F...
Student Success Strategies
 Campus committee
   Develop student success categories
       Retention, Intervention, and ...
Student Success
 Mentoring Program
   Developmental Math and English courses
       Students testing into Dev Ed Math 0...
Retention
 Return to Title IV Withdrawals
   Exit information and deferment
       Promote re-enrollment, personalized ...
Intervention
  Financial responsibility
    Incorporate finance, budgeting, in new FYE courses
  Implemented model for ...
Information to Share
 Other Project Samples
   Focus on financial aid packaging
   Focus on default prevention approach...
Ohio Project Status
 Successes
 Challenges
 Opportunities
Getting Started
 Only a few resources are needed to begin your
  analysis
   Loan Record Detail Report
   Internal syst...
Wrap up
 A defaulter analysis helps you to
   Understand what caused past defaults so you can
      prevent future ones
...
Thank you for your time.

Angela Johnson
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs
Cuyahoga Community College
Metropolitan Campus
...
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  1. 1. Presenter Angela Johnson Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Cuyahoga Community College Cleveland, OH
  2. 2. Agenda  Overview of defaulter analysis  Ohio’s two-year defaulter analysis project  An approach to analyzing defaulters  Cuyahoga Community College  Predictive Modeling  Getting Started
  3. 3. Defaulter Analysis – A Look at Yesterday’s Defaults  Identifying common characteristics of student loan defaulters to determine who’s defaulting and why
  4. 4. Benefits of Defaulter Analysis  Enables you to develop specific strategies to help students avoid default  Allows you to correct ineffective practices throughout your institution  Enables you to identify high risk students  Helps you to identify the relationship between loan default and student success
  5. 5. The Story Behind the Project  U.S. Department of Education identified Ohio as one of the top 10 states with the highest amount of dollars in default  Met with schools to discuss default aversion strategies  Developed a collaboration with all school sectors through Ohio Association of Financial Aid Administrators (OASFAA)  Ohio two-year school group initiated a Default Aversion Project
  6. 6. Ohio’s Climate Concerns  Rising education costs  Decreasing state funding  Struggling economy (state-wide and national)  Lack of financial literacy  Reduced state funding  State grants for low cost institutions  State share of instruction (SSI)
  7. 7. Two-Year School’s Focus  Understand institutional factors that impede student success (social, environmental, etc.)  Address student access and success barriers  Implement strategies that maintain success in support services for effective matriculation and completion  Expand default aversion initiatives beyond the Financial Aid Office
  8. 8. Loan Default Correlation to Student Success Successful repayment  Hypothesis – Students who are more successful are more likely to complete their program and graduate. Thus, successful students have Student success greater ability (economically) to repay student loan debt.
  9. 9. Student Success Assumptions  College preparedness  Success rates (passed courses)  Retention rates (term to term)  Matriculation rates (year to year)  Graduation rates (average)  Employment market for non-graduates  Knowledge about student loan borrowing
  10. 10. Ohio Default Aversion Project  Project overview  Review and analyze shared data set and demographic information about student loan defaulters for three cohort years (2002, 2003, and 2004)  Obtain data points either locally (institution) or from the Ohio Board of Regents  Goal  Develop Two-Year School Best Practices Model for the State of Ohio that focuses on student success
  11. 11. Ohio Default Aversion Project  14 two-year schools agreed to participate in the Default Aversion Project  Some schools entered their data into a shared spreadsheet to see what defaults look like across the state and to determine a common response to the problem  Other schools used their data to develop default prevention plans for their institutions  Plans were shared with the group
  12. 12. Common Data Points  First time student (Y/N)  High school attended  Transferred in (Y/N)  Developmental education  Average GPA course (Y/N)  Hours completed  HS diploma/GED/ATB  Graduated (Y/N) (Y/N)  First generation (Y/N)  Number of terms completed  Academic Progress (Y/N)  Program of study  EFC (by range)  Major course of study
  13. 13. Cuyahoga Community College Facts  Largest community college in the state of Ohio  Serves more than 55,000 credit and non-credit students annually  23,000 plus credit students (district-wide)  Multi-campus institution in Cleveland and surrounding suburbs  Three campuses, two Corporate College locations, one District Office and growing
  14. 14. Cuyahoga Community College Data Findings Defaulters (over 3 CDR periods – FY 02, FY03, FY04)  30% students placed in developmental education  30% students received GED or passed ATB  60% students had earned zero hours  Average credits earned = 33.8  82% students had below 2.0 GPA  Average cumulative GPA = 1.96  38% students had not maintaining SAP  Terminated or probation
  15. 15. Cuyahoga Community College Data Findings Defaulters (over 3 CDR periods – FY 02, FY03, FY04)  60% are in 20 – 29 age group  36% - age 20-24; 24% - age 24-29  69% - African-American / 29% - White  53% students are male  67% students are first generation college students  50% students had an EFC = O  5% graduated from Cuyahoga
  16. 16. Cuyahoga Community College CDR Defaulters Repayment FY07 10.1% 235 2323 FY06 9.3% 181 1931 FY05 9.2% 159 1724 FY04 7.5% 98 1305 FY03 7.6% 66 864 FY02 7.9% 66 832 FY01 7.7% 76 983 FY00 9.6% 98 1017 FY99 10.4% 107 1022
  17. 17. Student Success Strategies  Campus committee  Develop student success categories  Retention, Intervention, and Student Success  Ownership  Financial Aid  Student Success  Student Affairs/Enrollment Management  Transfer Articulation
  18. 18. Student Success  Mentoring Program  Developmental Math and English courses  Students testing into Dev Ed Math 0950 and English 0990 mentoring program with On Course delivery and focus  Learned from Achieving the Dream data  Gateway courses where students struggle most; Repeat courses more than once  Academic Progress  Terminate financial aid for all graduates  Appeal for additional aid, proof of new degree sought regardless of credits completed
  19. 19. Retention  Return to Title IV Withdrawals  Exit information and deferment  Promote re-enrollment, personalized letter of next term info, and provide support services info  Transfer in Loans  Add additional entrance counseling and consultation session for new transfer borrowers  Mandatory academic advising and degree completion planning for transfer students  Offer career counseling with degree planning
  20. 20. Intervention  Financial responsibility  Incorporate finance, budgeting, in new FYE courses  Implemented model for early/late stage delinquency  Loan advising for students who have exited and reconnect them with college, enrollment, and loan repayment options  Utilize Student Services Model in Banner to track student progress  Develop individual student success plans based on academic needs and track involvement in support services
  21. 21. Information to Share  Other Project Samples  Focus on financial aid packaging  Focus on default prevention approach  Focus on financial planning and budgeting  Other ideas and share strategies
  22. 22. Ohio Project Status  Successes  Challenges  Opportunities
  23. 23. Getting Started  Only a few resources are needed to begin your analysis  Loan Record Detail Report  Internal system to obtain demographic data  Partnership with critical areas of that impact success  Support of your executive leadership team  Work with your guarantor or the U.S. Department of Education to obtain additional resources and support
  24. 24. Wrap up  A defaulter analysis helps you to  Understand what caused past defaults so you can prevent future ones  Explore the relationship between loan default and student success at your school  Create more effective default prevention strategies  Discover effects of your institution’s barriers and impact on student loan repayment  Challenge the status quo beyond financial aid
  25. 25. Thank you for your time. Angela Johnson Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Cuyahoga Community College Metropolitan Campus (216) 987-4213 Angela.johnson@tri-c.edu
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