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Cooperative Alliances and Why They Should Matter to You


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Presentation given to STEM division at OKACTE Summer Conference. Topics include the Cooperative Alliances and new federal regulations on financial aid.

Presentation given to STEM division at OKACTE Summer Conference. Topics include the Cooperative Alliances and new federal regulations on financial aid.

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  • 1. Cooperative Alliances & Why They Should Matter To You
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  • 3. “For the students who are unable to meet the rigor of the program, we are forming a partnership with the local career tech facility to transfer those students to their center for training in the technical career paths within the engineering field.”
  • 4. “INSIDE” the Box
  • 5. “OUTSIDE” the Box
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  • 7. “College attainment is increasingly important to the U.S. economy as the workforce demands education and training that properly prepare our citizens for success in the global, knowledge economy.” A Stronger Nation Through Higher Education, The Lumina Foundation
  • 8. percentage point increase in the supply of college graduates raises. . . – high school drop-outs’ wages by 1.9% – high school graduates’ wages 1.6% – college graduates wages by 0.4% Journal of Econometrics, Enrico Moretti
  • 9. 42.3% The College Completion Agenda
  • 10. 14/36 The College Completion Agenda
  • 11. 30.7% The College Completion Agenda
  • 12. 46th The College Completion Agenda
  • 13. By 2020, 59% of jobs will require a career certificate or college degree Today, 30% of Oklahoma adults have an associates degree or higher That is a 29% skills gap! Complete College America
  • 14. Cooperative Program Alliance
  • 15. “Increasing access to more Oklahoma students and maximizing state resources, Cooperative Alliances between associate in applied science degree granting institutions and career technology centers allow high school and adult students to earn college credit for courses taken in specific programs at technology centers.” 2008 Employment Outcomes Reports, OSRHE
  • 16. associates of applied science
  • 17. ter·mi·nal (tûrm-nl) Of, at, relating to, or forming a limit, boundary, extremity, or end. adj.
  • 18. workforce (wurk fohrs) The total number of workers in a specific undertaking, noun
  • 19. associate in applied science degree holders earned salaries that were 2% higher with those of bachelor’s degree holders after five years 2012 Employment Outcomes Reports, OSRHE
  • 20. 75% associate degree holders 62% bachelors degree holders staying in Oklahoma 2012 Employment Outcomes Reports, OSRHE
  • 21. 79% associate applied science 72% associate arts/science 5 year employment levels 2012 Employment Outcomes Reports, OSRHE
  • 22. “National studies indicate that the more degree holders there are in a state, the higher the states per capita income.” Employment Outcomes Reports, OSRHE
  • 23. The Benefits of Higher Education for Individuals and Society 2007 College Board high school $24,900 $6,600 $31,500 associate $31,500 $9,100 $40,600
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  • 26. • $80on campus • $8Alliance • $72savings • $2163 hour class Fall 2013
  • 27.
  • 28. 4,604 students 2,070 secondary 2,534 adult Fall 2012
  • 29. 36,564 total credit hours 12,923 secondary 23,641 adult Fall 2012
  • 30. Complete College America
  • 31. Strengthen Pathways to College Certificates & Degrees Our colleges and universities are implementing programs that create clear pathways to certificates and degrees, including cooperative alliance agreements with career technology centers and new CCA-pioneered techniques to provide electronic degree checklists, advising and academic support.
  • 32. first generation
  • 33. Cooperative Alliances & STEM
  • 34. • Among the 2002-03 bachelor’s degree holders, engineering technologies ($97,787) and engineering ($60,453) held the top two spots. • Engineering ($63,469) ranked first in average salaries among 2004-05 bachelor’s degree recipients, followed by graduates of engineering technologies ($53,041),
  • 35. Cooperative Alliances and Financial Aid
  • 36. Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Pell Grant Lifetime Eligibility Used (LEU) Aggregate Loan Limits and new legislation limiting subsidized student loan eligibility (150% of published length of program)
  • 37. Aggregated Loan Limits Advanced PLTW Pre-Engineering (1440 hours) OSUIT – 25 hours These courses to not transfer to OSU – Stillwater OSU Electrical Engineering BS – 125 hours Loan Eligibility – 187 hours Less 25 hours from OSUIT – 162 hours of eligibility left before starting!
  • 38. Jeremy L Zweiacker State Programs of Study & College Transition Coordinator State Liaison, National Technical Honor Society Central/Southeast OK Representative, Federal Legislation Assistance Phone: 405.743.6881 Email: Blog: @okcareertech