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  • 1. Chimzi, Christin, Katherine & RickyEDAD 521
  • 2.  Description of Society Higher education institutions Factors affecting Higher Education Significant changes Look at Student Affairs Populations effected
  • 3.  Methods of activism Organizations Events Leaders Legislation Quotes
  • 4.  Purpose Organizations Events Leaders Legislation Results
  • 5.  Issues Methods of activism Organizations Events Leaders/Activists Quotes
  • 6.  Stonewall Riots Organizations Results
  • 7.  Women’s Colleges  1972 Coeducation becomes nearly Universal  In 1960 there were over 200 Women’s Colleges  Coeducational model was motivated by politics and finances, not by what is educationally and developmentally optimal for women
  • 8.  Master Plan became  Cal State System: 1960- The international model for 23 California state-funded Higher Education schools became California Increase in Cal Grants State Colleges through the Opened new Colleges and this act Universities Across the State  In 1972 the word “colleges” Power moved from State was dropped from the name Board of Ed to a newly of this system created California State  Defined this system College Board of Trustees  Aimed at recruiting top 1/3rd of Set admissions guidelines for Calif. High School students Ucs and CSC (CSU’s), and CC  Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees  Minor research  Primary responsibility for teaching credentials
  • 9. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM: World Model of a  Created 1967 also a result Multiversity of the Donahoe Higher Recruited top 12.5 % of Education Act California High School  Catered to all HS grads Students  50,000 attended in Campuses opened in San California between 1960- Diego (1960), Irvine (1965) 1975 and Santa Cruz (1965)
  • 10. DOROTHY DONAHOE CLARK KERRY
  • 11.  Civil Rights Movement  CORE, SNCC, SCLC  Greensboro 4 1963-16th street bombing 1965 March from Selma to Montgomery
  • 12.  1964 Civil Rights Act 1965 Voting Rights Act 1965 Higher Education Act Vietnam War
  • 13.  Shift in relationships  Student – Institution  Faculty – Student Age of student activism Faculty Activism  Teach-Ins Professional Associations  COSPA, 1963
  • 14.  Challenge: University feel Problems: Discontent w/large lecture classes, crowded housing, distance between faculty & student
  • 15.  African Americans  1964: estimated 15000 blacks in predominately white colleges in South  1967-1968: Black enrollment tripled  HBCU: dropped from 82% to 60% Baby boom  Enrollment bursts
  • 16.  Events Legislation Results
  • 17.  Events Legislation Results
  • 18.  Vietnam War  Disproval  Kent State Massacre Disability movement  Legislation Affirmative Action  Legislation
  • 19.  First known resource center on a college campus -University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 1971 despite initial opposition from University President  A year after Gay Liberation Front (GLF) and Radical Lesbian Clubs were chartered  University of Michigan provided a small one room office and 2 quarter-time staff (Human Sexuality Advocates)  Created to battle the stereotype of Gay and Lesbian people  Initially called the Human Sexuality Office
  • 20.  Federal influence Segregation persists in schools Changes in college curriculum Falling enrollment Tough Times
  • 21.  Consumer model Increase in Higher Ed  Increase SAP Student Affairs/Student Development CAS is developed
  • 22.  Women:  Working women increased 42%  Lawyers increased by 9%  Professors by 6%  Doctors 3.6%  Degrees from professional schools- 1425 students
  • 23.  Mid 70s  Increase in women and black students seeking college  Rise in part time students  Change in age composition  Increasing # of non– traditional students
  • 24.  Women’s Issues  Legislation LGBT Issues  Legislation Disability Issues  Legislation Affirmative Action  Legislation Electronic Boom
  • 25.  105 existence as of 1999 27 offer doctoral programs and 52 provide graduate degree programs at the Masters level. At the undergraduate level, 83 of the HBCUs offer a Bachelors degree program and 38 of these schools offer associate degrees In 1999 25% of Degrees earned by Blacks were from HBCUs
  • 26.  Shift from equity to excellence Students switch focus Contradicting politics
  • 27.  Increasing student diversity Growing concern for student conduct Overcoming Economic Barriers Introduction of “virtual universities” Prop 187 & Prop 227
  • 28.  Diversity of students 1986: CAS Standards and Guidelines published NASPA/ACPA/AAHE studies:  Student Learning Imperative  Reasonable Expectations Increasing Appreciation Joint Services
  • 29.  Decline of # of traditional college age students 1981-1999: minority enrollment grows more than 100% at both 2 and 4 year institutions Increase in Black enrollment by 60%, Native Americans 80% Hispanic & Asian Americans tripled
  • 30.  Among freshman: 40% had learning disabilities 1992: 14.2 million students in college African Americans  Less than 1 in 5 Blacks in HBCU  Early 90s: HBCU enroll close to 20& of all blacks in Higher education

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