Student Recruiting Program Analysis<br />Instructional Systems Graduate Program<br />
Overview<br />IS Program Recruiting <br />Conducted by:<br /> ISRC - Instructional Systems Recruiting Committee (ISRC) <br />ISAACRC -Instructional Systems Alumni Advisory Council Recruiting Committee (ISAACRC) <br />Key questions:<br /><ul><li> To what extent are current recruiting processes effective?
What interventions would improve the recruiting process to achieve optimal results?</li></li></ul><li>Process<br />Research<br />Interviews<br />Faculty, Staff, Alumni<br />Surveys <br />Faculty, Students, Alumni<br />Literature Review<br />Current and Historical Recruiting Data<br />Business goals determined<br />NOTE: Determination impacted by time constraints<br />Performance goals established<br />Gaps and Causes identified<br />Interventions suggested<br />
Business AnalysisIdentifying Key Goals<br />Achieve 10% increase from year to year in the number of actively enrolled students <br />
Performance AnalysisPerformance Measures<br />Number of students actively enrolled each academic year<br />IS Program representation at recruiting events throughout the academic year<br />Contact of prospective students during the admission process<br />
Gap Analysis: Performance Measure 1: Student Enrollment<br />Current Performance <br />OptimalPerformance <br /><ul><li>Master’s:72 actual
Recommendations<br />Develop Social Media Strategy<br />Improve IS Website<br />
Credits<br />The research, documentation and presentation of this report was created in collaboration by the following: Florida State University, IS graduate students from the EME6691 -Performance Systems Analysis fall 2009 course:<br />Laura Bryant<br />Lea Ann Gates<br />Alisa Jacobs<br />Gina Minks<br />Kendall St. Hilaire<br />