MSUCAC Deans Council Presentation

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  • Career options in the arts and humanitiesWorking with undocumented studentsWorking with foster childrenCollege transition programs & freshman seminarsPunctuated with college tours to help advisors gain and understanding of different types of college options (small liberal arts, community colleges, etc)
  • Application packet to deansSharing adviser experiences and success storiesConnectivity through MySpartanCareer, multi-media, social networking and leveraging our colleagues in the Career Services Network.Engagement in key career exposure events and career fairs.
  • MSUCAC Deans Council Presentation

    1. 1. Mid-Year Report 2012-2013
    2. 2. Our MissionTo provide guidance to low-income, first- generation, and underrepresented students by helping them successfully navigate through the college enrollment process.Our College Advisers support students in planning their college and scholarship searches, completing admissions & financial aid applications, and selecting the post secondary institution that best match their career objectives.
    3. 3. MSU College Advising Corps at a Glance 2012-13Potential Spotlight onExpansion Detroit Public2013-2014 Schools 2 Schools 1 Adviser 6 Schools 682 Students 6 Advisers 1963 Students 1 School 1 Advisor 14 Schools 1382 9 Advisers Students 9410 Students 10 Schools 3 Schools 9 Advisers 2 Advisers 3424 Students 1068 Students
    4. 4. MSU College Advising Corps 2012-13 College Gender Arts & Letters 2 Communication 1 James Madison 5 6 Agriculture & NR 1 Male Natural Science 1 Female 16 Social Science 9 RCAH 3 22 advisors 15 are 1st generation college graduates
    5. 5. Intensive 5 Week Summer Training Core training areas Dynamics of advising  Adviser Focus Areas relationships  Data reporting and SAT/ACT preparation analysis and information  Program College application management processes  Expense Financial Aid management (FAFSA)  Building professional FERPA & relationships Confidentiality
    6. 6. On-going Professional Development  National college access perspectives at the Innovation Summit in Washington, D.C.  Monthly professional development sessions  Sharing best practices  Tools and training to enhance success
    7. 7. The Students We Serve 15227 high school students Class Breakdown 3842, 2 3721, 2 Seniors 5% 5% Juniors 4096, 2 3568, 2 Sophomores 7% 3% Freshman 11.7% have visited a college or university 31.8% have talked to college admissions representatives in their school
    8. 8. MSUCAC vs. NCAC Comparison College Applications 28% 43% College Acceptances 14% 29% Parent Meetings 4% 12%Highly Impacted Seniors 48% 67% Students Served 67% 82% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% NCAC MSU
    9. 9. Key Highlights August orientation & best practice summit for advisers, school, & LCAN representatives Detroit College Night College Application Week
    10. 10. Why MSUCAC? MSU College Advising Corps is an opportunity to both serve and develop professionally Capstone to their MSU experience Career focus Professional experience and maturity Personal satisfaction by making a difference in peoples lives Autonomity and Creativity Understanding of Organizational cultures and interpersonal dynamics We need your help to encourage students to explore MSUCAC by raising awareness with advisers and faculty
    11. 11. Questions for DiscussionWhat is your vision for the future of MSUCAC?How can we connect more effectively with your colleges?Opportunities to support college access Meeting with college advisers during training Participating in our orientation summit with school and LCAN representatives Participating in professional development sessions Participating at the national levelThoughts on establishing a bi-annual meeting ?

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