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  • 1. State of Student Success August 18, 2010 2010 Faculty & Staff Institute
  • 2. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
    • Recruitment
    • Retention
    • Student Support Services
  • 3. Enrollment Goals Over the Next Five Years 1 Currently enrolled students, less graduating seniors & with 16% attrition of continuing students. 2 New freshman, transfers, readmits, concurrent, and special students. This student makeup includes in-state, out-of-state and international students. *This projection is based on all recruitment activities that are listed in the plan. If we fail to institute any component i.e. increased articulation agreements, increased concurrent enrollment agreements, funds for international travel, reinstituting evening division, etc. the goal may not be met. Actual and Projected Student Enrollment Fiscal Year Baseline 2006-07 Actual 2007-08 Actual 2008-09 Actual 2009-10 Proj 2010-11 Proj 2011-12 Proj 2012-13 Proj 2013-14 Proj 2014-15 Returning Students 1 668 514 405 546 573 751 843 912 920 New Students 2 274 268 283 465 *500 550 600 600 600 Graduating Seniors (Estimated) 182 174 172 108 150 (est.) 150 (est.) 250 (est.) 300 (est.) 350 (est.) Totals 1124 956 851 1011 1223 1451 1693 1812 1870
  • 4. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
        • Overall Percent to Goal for Fall 2010 (as of 8/13/10)
          • New Students Continuing
            • Goal 500 Goal 723
            • Actual 540 Actual 593
            • Difference +40 Difference -130
          • Total Numbers
            • Goal 1223
            • Actual 1033
            • Difference -90
  • 5. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
        • Combating Community College Perception
          • Not sure where this perception comes from and I have not heard it. However, the data shows the following:
            • HBCUs have a history of serving underserved and nontraditional students.
            • Dillard University’s mission includes that …through a highly personalized and learning-centered approach… we produce graduates who excel and become world leaders.
            • Based on our admissions standards, we meet students where they are.
            • We have prestigious alumni past and most recent. Dillard Today chronicles those alumni
  • 6. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
        • Combating Community College Perception
          • Dillard University Rankings
            • 2009       US News & World Report         #9
            • 2009       Washington Monthly             #40 out of 253
            • 2010       US News & World Report     #9
            • 2010       The Atlanta Post                         #9
    Notes: The Washington Monthly was based on the top liberal arts colleges.  The US News and The Atlanta Post was based on HBCU’s. 
  • 7. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
        • Combating Community College Perception
          • Dillard University’s Automatic Admission requirements are as follows:
            • High school graduation with a:
            • GPA: 2.5 or higher
            • ACT: 18 or higher
            • SAT: 870 or higher
            • GED: 45 or higher
          • A minimum of 19 units of acceptable high school work in academic subjects is required.
          • Distribution includes:
            • English........................................................................................4 Units
            • Mathematics (to include Algebra I, II & Geometry) ..................3 Units
            • Natural Sciences (including laboratory components) ...............3 Units
            • Social Studies .............................................................................3 Units
            • Academic Electives.....................................................................6 Units
  • 8. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
        • Combating Community College Perception
          • Academic Profile of Admitted Students as of August 13, 2010
    Division GPA ACT SAT Business 2.72 19 910 Humanities 2.73 19 940 Natural Sciences 2.88 20 910 Nursing 2.70 23 860 Social Sciences 2.69 17 940 Undecided 2.70 18 910 Overall Average 2.74 19 912
  • 9. Types of preparedness Source: Compiled from ACT Institutional Data File, 2007.  2007. ACT, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • 10. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
        • Increasing Enrollment to Reverse Salary Reductions
          • The Formula for a sustainable institution is as follows:
            • Increased Overall Enrollment (New & Continuing)
            • Faculty to Student Ratio of 15 to 1.
            • Enhanced Endowment
  • 11. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Recruitment
        • Who are we recruiting?
          • SMART Approach -- We obtain students names based on a predictive index of those that are likely to enroll at Dillard.
          • We purchase academically qualified students with an A to B- grade point average from the National Resource Center for College & University Admissions (NRCCUA) database.
          • NRCCUA has detailed student data that goes far beyond traditional selection criteria...with every student ranked by their probability of enrolling at your institution.
        • We place the high probability students into our applicant pool.
        •   We are also continuing the traditional method of recruiting students as indicated in the Enrollment Recovery Plan (ERP).
  • 12. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Recruitment
        • How are we recruiting?
          • Traditional methods:
            • College fairs through Louisiana, Texas, Alabama, and Mississippi Associations of College Registrars and Admissions Office travel calendars to our local and regional feeder markets including California, Texas, Illinois, Alabama, Mississippi and Georgia
            • Private high school visits
            • Special event programming including open houses, counselor breakfast, church affiliated events, Bleu Devil Classic, On-Site Admissions, ACT Prep Workshops, GED testing, Volunteer Groups, etc. 
            • Online via various websites
  • 13. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Recruitment
        • Are we recruiting for specific majors?
          • The Office of Recruitment, Admissions, and Programming does not recruit for specific majors.
          • We recruit for ALL majors and the institution as a whole.
            • However, faculty in talent-based areas in the College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Humanities participate in college fairs for talent-based programs.
            • The athletic coaches also assist with recruitment by recruiting their athletes.
            • Finally, those academic and administrative programs that host pre-collegiate summer programs assist as well.
  • 14. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Recruitment
        • Are we recruiting for specific majors?
          • Top Ten Majors (Data from 2004-2009)
            • Biology (6) Sociology/Criminal Justice (6)
            • Nursing (6) Business Mgt. (6)
            • Undecided (6) Mass Comm. (6)
            • Psychology (6) Political Science (6)
            • Accounting (5) Public Health/HS PT (4)
            • Elem. Educ. (2) Chemistry (1)
  • 15. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Recruitment
        • How are we targeting?
          • Based on historical data of where we recruited before
          • Using the SMART Approach referred to earlier
          • Through DUPAAN & DUFAAN “Each One Reach One” Program
          • Through UMC & UCC affiliations
          • Through High School Guidance Counselors
          • Through Community Colleges
  • 16. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Recruitment
        • Are we still in our feeder states and schools?
          • Yes. Post Katrina we are still actively recruiting in our feeder markets and high schools.
          • This includes California, Texas, Illinois, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia and Louisiana which accounts for 69 Percentage of our new student population.
          • Please also note that we are monitoring the number of out of area students we are recruiting due to the lack of sufficient residence hall space on the main campus for new students.
  • 17. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Recruitment
        • Are we still in our feeder states and schools?
          • Top Ten Feeder States (Data from 2004-2009)
            • Louisiana (6) Alabama (6)
            • Texas (6) Mississippi (6)
            • California (6) Tennessee (5)
            • Illinois (6) Missouri (6)
            • Georgia (6) Michigan (6)
            • * In 2009, Maryland beat out Tennessee
  • 18.
    • Add Projected Change in HS Graduates slide
    Projected change in the number of high school graduates, 2009-10 to 2019-20 Source: Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education © Copyright 2009, The Chronicle of Higher Education . Reprinted with permission. This material may not be posted, published, or distributed without permission from The Chronicle.
  • 19. State of Student Success COHORT RETENTION DATA Year Enroll Y2 Y3 Y4 YR 5 2001 608 460 76% 382 63% 339 56% 102 17% 2002 630 457 73% 352 56% 316 50% 71 11% 2003 609 422 69% 351 58% 211 34%   85 13% 2004 501 363 73% 202 40% 170 33% 69  14% 2005 495 224 45% 176 35% 145 30% 87  14% 2006 222   135 60% 106  48% 92  41%   2007 175 122 70% 98 56% 2008 173 121 70% 2009 326
  • 20. First- to second-year retention rates for private institutions Admissions Selectivity AA BA MA PhD Highly Selective NA 94.0 90.1 93.9 Selective 79.3 79.5 80.4 83.5 Traditional 78.6 66.7 71.8 72.7 Liberal 56.0 59.1 57.8 72.0 Open 44 63.7 69.2 80.5
  • 21. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Retention
        • What are the goals for retention this year?
          • Mission: True to its heritage, Dillard University’s mission is to produce graduates who excel, become world leaders and are broadly educated, culturally aware and concerned with improving the human condition. Through a highly personalized and learning centered approach, Dillard’s students are able to meet the competitive demands of a diverse, global and technologically advanced society.
          • Strategic Pillar #5: Dillard University will demonstrate commitment to the success of all students
          • University Goal: To improve retention and six year graduation rates in five years
          • Goal for 2010-11: 5% in five years (1% per year)
  • 22. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Retention
        • What should be done in the way of retention and care to our students?
          • Dillard University is in collaboration with Jackson State University’s Destination Graduation Policy Initiative (DGPI).
          • This is a multi-state, collaborative, peer-learning effort to ensure that students Graduate from their respective colleges.
          • This Retention Initiative is funded by the Lumina Foundation to improve graduation rates of African American males and females across the nation.
          • This program is in collaboration with several HBCUs and Community Colleges: Dillard University , Alcorn State University, Hinds Community College, Jackson State University, Miles College and Tougaloo College.
  • 23. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Retention
        • What should be done in the way of retention and care to our students?
          • Continue to Implement the Student Integration Model for Success: Academic Integration-Social Integration-Psychological Integration-Financial Integration-Career Integration-Spiritual Integration-Administrative Integration.
          • Implement Intrusive Advising, University-wide Academic Support Services, Work with Whole student, Take time to know the students, Proactive Advising, Advising Get the right people to advise students, etc.
  • 24. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Retention
        • What should be done in the way of retention and care to our students?
          • Dillard University had established a Retention Advisory Board (RAB) consisting of Faculty and Staff. This group is purposed to establish a Culture of Retention on campus. The team consists of 7 members as assigned by President Marvalene Hughes. Eleven (11) total Team Members at Dillard.
  • 25. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Retention
        • What should be done in the way of retention and care to our students?
          • Proactive Advising
          • Effectively communicate with students
          • Demand High Expectations from Students
          • Build up students’ Self-Esteem/Self-Concept
          • Provide comprehensive Academic and Counseling Support Services
  • 26. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Retention
        • What can be done to get everyone involved in student success?
          • Successful Retention programs must have active participation and representation from Administrators, Faculty, Staff, and Students.
          • A Campus-Wide Culture of Retention and Student Success are required.
          • Retention programs must be Data-Driven.
          • Student Success MUST permeate every department on campus, NOT just the Division of Student Success, Academic Affairs, or the Office of Retention.
          • A Nurturing Environment must be established.
          • Satisfactory Customer Service is important for Retention.
          • Developmental/Remedial Education must be provided for students.
  • 27. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Student Support Services
        • What services are provided through the student support services federal TRIO program?
          • Pre-Collegiate Programs (ex. 8th Grade Initiative, Youth Leadership Institute, Educational Talent Search, Upward Bound, Emerging Scholars, Student Support Services, etc.)
          • African-American Male Institute (ex. Delta Sigma Theta’s Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence/ EMBODI program, the “Barber Shop”, “A Day of Chivalry”, etc.)
          • Emerging Scholars
          • Countdown to Finals
          • PLATO Learning
  • 28. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Student Support Services
        • What services are provided through the student support services federal TRIO program?
          • Tutoring is available for students in many subject areas through various labs:
            • Academic Skills Enhancement lab
            • Writing Center
            • Math lab
            • Science lab
            • Foreign Languages lab
            • Computer lab
  • 29. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Student Support Services
        • What services are provided through the student support services federal TRIO program?
          • Division of Nursing Preparation
          • Office of Disability Services: Promotes full and equal opportunities for students with disabilities to achieve their potential for success as self-directed independent learners.
          • DuBois House/Child-Care: Child Care assistance program through the U.S. Department of Education.
  • 30. State of Student Success
    • Overall Enrollment
      • Student Support Services
        • What services are provided through the student support services federal TRIO program?
          • Further SSS provides academic, financial, and/or personal counseling; assistance in securing admission and financial aid for enrollment in four-year institutions; assistance in securing admission and financial aid for enrollment in graduate and professional programs; guidance on career options; mentoring and special services for students with documented disabilities.
  • 31. Student Integration Model for Success Chaplain Vision Quest UMC/UCC Counseling Spiritual Financial Career Psychological Social Academic Administration Student Success Is Everybody’s Business
  • 32. State of Student Success Dr. Toya Barnes-Teamer Vice President for Student Success Dr. Kevin J. Bastian Dean of Student Success for TRIO and Support Services Rev. Gail Bowman Chaplain Dr. Alecia Cyprian Assistant Vice President of Student Success for Enrollment Management Dr. Dawn Williams Interim Dean of Student Success for Student Affairs Special thanks to all of our staff who support the efforts of the leadership team and make our students their #1 priority!