Postsecondary Leadership Teams: A Strategic Collaboration to Increase College Enrollment for First Generation, Low-Income, and Underrepresented Populations
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The National College Advising Corps places near-peer college advisers within high...

The National College Advising Corps places near-peer college advisers within high
schools to collaborate with school counselors, principals, and teachers to increase the college
going rate among underrepresented, low-income and first generation college students. Advising
Corps college advisers collaborate strategically with partner schools through Postsecondary
Leadership Teams to reach common college access goals and outcomes.

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    • Eric Bettinger, Associate Professor of Education, Stanford University
    • Veniese Bradley, Director of Programs and Evaluation, National College Advising Corps
    • Danielle DeLoatch, Assistant Principal and Site Supervisor, Gateway Institute of Technology, St. Louis Public Schools, and Missouri College Advising Corps, University of Missouri
    • Beth Tankersley-Bankhead, Executive Director, Missouri College Advising Corps, University of Missouri
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  • Appendix 1.A – information sheet we will update soon for 2011-2012
  • What makes the Advising Corps unique.
  • Collaboration - key to our programMentioned early what all schools have in common, in terms of population, but every school is different, even two schools down the roadPart of the challenge for advisers is to tailor activities to needs of schoolRigorous training and best practices, but no prescribed way of doing “college access” - armed with a tool kit to adjust to their school
  • 2011-2012: 18 partner colleges/universitiesAdditional public and private funds have allowed for additional expansion within statesVery exciting considering this was the pivot year off of the original Jack Kent Cooke 4 year pilot grantNational Office Services:Guide expansion to new states and within statesOutcomes/evaluation supportDevelopment and FundraisingAdvisory boardCommunications and brandingFacilitate national network (bi-weekly calls, twice yearly gatherings, etc.)Clearinghouse for best practicesProgram support (site visits, technical support, etc.)
  • What makes the Advising Corps unique.

Postsecondary Leadership Teams: A Strategic Collaboration to Increase College Enrollment for First Generation, Low-Income, and Underrepresented Populations Postsecondary Leadership Teams: A Strategic Collaboration to Increase College Enrollment for First Generation, Low-Income, and Underrepresented Populations Presentation Transcript

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  • PARTNER CUMULATIVESCHOOL YEAR ADVISERS HIGH SCHOOLS STUDENTS COLLEGES/ STATES TOTAL OF SERVED SERVED UNIVERSITIES STUDENTS SERVED 2005-06 14 16 4,800 1 1 4,800 2006-07 21 25 7,500 1 1 12,300 2007-08 62 80 24,000 11 10 36,300 2008-09 124 132 39,600 12 11 75,900 2009-10 146 161 48,300 12 11 124,200 2010-11 175 219 65,000 15 14 189,200 2011-12 321 368 110,000 18 14 294,200
  • National College Advising Corps:Key Performance Indicators1. College Campus Visits • Number of colleges visited • Number of students that attended each campus visit • Number of students that visited a match institution2. College representative visits • Number of students that had match visits with college representatives3. College Fairs • Number of students that had match visits with college representatives4. SAT/ACT Registration • Number of students who registered for the SAT • Number of students who registered for the ACT5. College Workshops • Essays and Personal Statements • Financial Aid and Scholarships • Test Prep • Parents • Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen • Career and Major Exploration • NCAA6. College Applications Submissions • At least 5 applications submitted per student • At least 3 match applications submitted per student7. FAFSA Completion (submissions) • Number of FAFSA forms completed and submitted • All FAFSAs submitted by February 28th8. Scholarship Dollars Awarded • Adviser tracks scholarship collars awarded by student using the NCAC Scholarship Tracker • One scholarship report submitted for each high school • See Appendix 7.C for NCAC Scholarship Tracker
  • Year One 9 7 5,916 2008-09 Year Two 13 9 7,837 2009-10Year Three 14 11 8,524 2010-11Current Year 24 25 24,800 2011-12
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  • •• State Total Enrollment 4-year Enrollment 2-year Enrollment CA 0.046* -0.015 0.060*** RI 0.144*** 0.006 0.0137*** NC 0.003 -0.008 0.010 NC (rural) 0.145*** 0.031** 0.114**
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  • Total Enrollment 2-year Enrollment 4-year Enrollment2008 60.4% 28.3% 32.1%2011 70.8% 31.0% 39.8%Difference 10.4 pp 2.7 pp 7.7 pp