IUPIUP
Campus ProgrammingCampus Programming
Model AssessmentModel Assessment
Spring ‘09Spring ‘09
Dijon ColeDijon Cole
Purpose of AssessmentPurpose of Assessment
The desired outcome of the assessment isThe desired outcome of the assessment i...
University Strategic Goal 2University Strategic Goal 2
Student Development and Success and theStudent Development and Succ...
Data Collection MethodsData Collection Methods
 Anonymous SurveysAnonymous Surveys
 Focus GroupsFocus Groups
 Interview...
Survey DataSurvey Data
Campus Program Survey Participants
350
127
108
27
78
53
66
19
49
55
22
8
88
216
134
0
50
100
150
20...
Survey DataSurvey Data
Cont.Cont.
Preferred Day of the Week for Programming
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
Total 287 298 283...
Survey DataSurvey Data
Cont.Cont.
Sources of Programming Information
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
Organization Member ...
Survey DataSurvey Data
Cont.Cont.
Promotion Effectiveness
132
49
29
9
218
78 79
18
45 43
0
50
100
150
200
250
Yes 132 49 2...
Survey DataSurvey Data
Cont.Cont.
Program Availability
229
68
64
75
22
121
59
13
5
44
0
50
100
150
200
250
Yes 229 68 64 7...
Survey DataSurvey Data
Cont.Cont.
Program Suggestions
0 20 40 60 80 100 120
Educational
Professional Development
Entertain...
Focus Group ElementsFocus Group Elements
 FormatFormat
 SizeSize
 LengthLength
 # of Sessions# of Sessions
 Participa...
Focus Group DataFocus Group Data
Focus Group Participants
24 24
12
6 6
12
6 6
12
6 6
12
6 6
48
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Total 4...
Focus Group DataFocus Group Data
Cont.Cont.
Programs Frequently Attended
8
13
16
1
4
6
1
0
7
0
1
3
4
1
0
1
2
3
0
1 1
2 2
0...
Focus Group DataFocus Group Data
Cont.Cont.
Reason for Attending
31
4
13
2 2
8
1
3
9
0
3
6
1
5
8
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
Tot...
Focus Group DataFocus Group Data
Cont.Cont.
Priority for Attending
0
10
0
2
0
4
0
7
0
5
14
34
8
3
9
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
...
Focus Group DataFocus Group Data
Cont.Cont.
Key Programming Issues
12
4
2
6
4
17
19
5
3
55
33 3
5
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18...
Focus Group DataFocus Group Data
Cont.Cont.
Priority for Programming Support
10
3
6
2
4
66
2
4
8
1
1919
3 3
0
2
4
6
8
10
1...
Focus Group DataFocus Group Data
Cont.Cont.
Suggested Programming Improvements
26
22
5
7
6 6
8
7
54
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
Tot...
Focus Group DataFocus Group Data
Cont.Cont.
Priority for Programming Improvement
12
36
1
11
4 4
3
9
8 8
0
5
10
15
20
25
30...
Focus GroupFocus Group
Selected QuotesSelected Quotes
 ““With majority of the programs provided, (emphasis onWith majorit...
SuggestionsSuggestions
 Weekender Newspaper InsertWeekender Newspaper Insert
– A compiled list of events/programs that wi...
Suggestions Cont.Suggestions Cont.
 Hiring/Appointing Student Activities CoordinatorHiring/Appointing Student Activities ...
Questions or CommentsQuestions or Comments
Thank YouThank You
for Your Timefor Your Time
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  1. 1. IUPIUP Campus ProgrammingCampus Programming Model AssessmentModel Assessment Spring ‘09Spring ‘09 Dijon ColeDijon Cole
  2. 2. Purpose of AssessmentPurpose of Assessment The desired outcome of the assessment isThe desired outcome of the assessment is to have a framework within which toto have a framework within which to evaluate the current status of campus-evaluate the current status of campus- based programming and the degree tobased programming and the degree to which students’ needs and wants arewhich students’ needs and wants are appropriately reflected in the currentappropriately reflected in the current model.model.
  3. 3. University Strategic Goal 2University Strategic Goal 2 Student Development and Success and theStudent Development and Success and the Student Affairs Division’s 2008-2009Student Affairs Division’s 2008-2009 Objective to foster student life experiencesObjective to foster student life experiences which respond to students’ unique needswhich respond to students’ unique needs and interest by affecting change toward aand interest by affecting change toward a social climate and campus culture thatsocial climate and campus culture that promote legal, safe and healthy choices bypromote legal, safe and healthy choices by shaping and managing theshaping and managing the campus/community living/learningcampus/community living/learning environments.environments.
  4. 4. Data Collection MethodsData Collection Methods  Anonymous SurveysAnonymous Surveys  Focus GroupsFocus Groups  Interviews with IUP Administration andInterviews with IUP Administration and IUP Student OrganizationsIUP Student Organizations  Visits to other PA State Universities toVisits to other PA State Universities to experience their campus-basedexperience their campus-based programmingprogramming
  5. 5. Survey DataSurvey Data Campus Program Survey Participants 350 127 108 27 78 53 66 19 49 55 22 8 88 216 134 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 Participants 350 127 108 88 27 Female 216 78 53 66 19 Male 134 49 55 22 8 Total Fr. So. Jr. Sr.
  6. 6. Survey DataSurvey Data Cont.Cont. Preferred Day of the Week for Programming 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 Total 287 298 283 308 194 Fr. 103 111 107 113 67 So. 98 89 73 102 63 Jr. 71 77 80 68 53 Sr. 15 21 23 25 11 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
  7. 7. Survey DataSurvey Data Cont.Cont. Sources of Programming Information 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 Organization Member 279 73 97 85 24 Friend 350 127 108 88 27 Facebook 350 127 108 88 27 Flyer 180 53 67 48 12 Professor 138 34 49 37 18 Campus Event Email 170 31 58 61 20 Campus New spaper 258 112 72 58 16 Residence Hall Announcements 222 127 73 22 0 Total Fr. So. Jr. Sr.
  8. 8. Survey DataSurvey Data Cont.Cont. Promotion Effectiveness 132 49 29 9 218 78 79 18 45 43 0 50 100 150 200 250 Yes 132 49 29 45 9 No 218 78 79 43 18 Total Fr. So. Jr. Sr.
  9. 9. Survey DataSurvey Data Cont.Cont. Program Availability 229 68 64 75 22 121 59 13 5 44 0 50 100 150 200 250 Yes 229 68 64 75 22 No 121 59 44 13 5 Total Fr. So. Jr. Sr.
  10. 10. Survey DataSurvey Data Cont.Cont. Program Suggestions 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Educational Professional Development Entertainment Self Motivational Volunteer Social Sr. 4 5 3 4 3 5 Jr. 3 13 8 7 2 11 So. 23 32 38 17 7 30 Fr. 15 21 52 11 6 42 Total 45 71 101 39 18 88 Educational Professional Development Entertainment Self Motivational Volunteer Social
  11. 11. Focus Group ElementsFocus Group Elements  FormatFormat  SizeSize  LengthLength  # of Sessions# of Sessions  ParticipantsParticipants  Form of DataForm of Data  Data CollectionData Collection  Forms of ReportingForms of Reporting Group SessionsGroup Sessions 16 per session16 per session 1hr – 1.5hr.1hr – 1.5hr. 33 1.1. Selected by InvitationSelected by Invitation 2.2. Similar CharacteristicsSimilar Characteristics ConversationsConversations TranscribedTranscribed 1.1. Analysis of ThemesAnalysis of Themes 2.2. Selected QuotationsSelected Quotations
  12. 12. Focus Group DataFocus Group Data Focus Group Participants 24 24 12 6 6 12 6 6 12 6 6 12 6 6 48 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Total 48 24 24 Fr. 12 6 6 So. 12 6 6 Jr. 12 6 6 Sr. 12 6 6 Participants Female Male
  13. 13. Focus Group DataFocus Group Data Cont.Cont. Programs Frequently Attended 8 13 16 1 4 6 1 0 7 0 1 3 4 1 0 1 2 3 0 1 1 2 2 0 2 1 33 5 5 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Total 8 13 16 1 4 6 Fr. 1 0 7 0 1 3 So. 3 3 4 1 0 1 Jr. 2 5 3 0 1 1 Sr. 2 5 2 0 2 1 Educational Professional Development Entertainment Self Motivational Volunteer Social
  14. 14. Focus Group DataFocus Group Data Cont.Cont. Reason for Attending 31 4 13 2 2 8 1 3 9 0 3 6 1 5 8 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Total 31 4 13 Fr. 8 2 2 So. 8 1 3 Jr. 9 0 3 Sr. 6 1 5 Class Participation Friend Invite Own Interest
  15. 15. Focus Group DataFocus Group Data Cont.Cont. Priority for Attending 0 10 0 2 0 4 0 7 0 5 14 34 8 3 9 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Total 34 0 14 Fr. 10 0 2 So. 8 0 4 Jr. 9 0 3 Sr. 7 0 5 Class Participation Friend Invite Own Interest
  16. 16. Focus Group DataFocus Group Data Cont.Cont. Key Programming Issues 12 4 2 6 4 17 19 5 3 55 33 3 5 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Total 19 12 17 Fr. 3 4 5 So. 5 2 5 Jr. 6 3 3 Sr. 5 3 4 Promotion New Ideas Connection to Students Needs
  17. 17. Focus Group DataFocus Group Data Cont.Cont. Priority for Programming Support 10 3 6 2 4 66 2 4 8 1 1919 3 3 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Total 19 10 19 Fr. 3 3 6 So. 2 4 6 Jr. 6 2 4 Sr. 8 1 3 Promotion New Ideas Connection to Students Needs
  18. 18. Focus Group DataFocus Group Data Cont.Cont. Suggested Programming Improvements 26 22 5 7 6 6 8 7 54 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Total 26 22 Fr. 5 7 So. 6 6 Jr. 8 4 Sr. 7 5 Better Promotion Student Body Input
  19. 19. Focus Group DataFocus Group Data Cont.Cont. Priority for Programming Improvement 12 36 1 11 4 4 3 9 8 8 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Total 12 36 Fr. 3 9 So. 1 11 Jr. 4 8 Sr. 4 8 Better Promotion Student Body Input
  20. 20. Focus GroupFocus Group Selected QuotesSelected Quotes  ““With majority of the programs provided, (emphasis onWith majority of the programs provided, (emphasis on entertainment), on campus paid for by the student activity fee. Howentertainment), on campus paid for by the student activity fee. How much input does the student body have on the entertainment actsmuch input does the student body have on the entertainment acts that perform on campus?” (Female, Junior)that perform on campus?” (Female, Junior)  ““I moved off campus after my sophomore year. I received more infoI moved off campus after my sophomore year. I received more info about what programs were provided living on campus then I doabout what programs were provided living on campus then I do living off campus.” (Male, Senior)living off campus.” (Male, Senior)  ““I only look at the campus-event email if its at the top of my inboxI only look at the campus-event email if its at the top of my inbox when I check my mail. Most of the time I don’t recognize that I havewhen I check my mail. Most of the time I don’t recognize that I have them (campus-event email) until its to late to attend the program.”them (campus-event email) until its to late to attend the program.” (Male, Sophomore)(Male, Sophomore)  ““I am thinking about transferring after this year, because I could goI am thinking about transferring after this year, because I could go to school close to home and have something to do on the weekend.to school close to home and have something to do on the weekend. I feel like the only thing to do on weekends is to go to houseI feel like the only thing to do on weekends is to go to house parties.” (Female, Sophomore)parties.” (Female, Sophomore)
  21. 21. SuggestionsSuggestions  Weekender Newspaper InsertWeekender Newspaper Insert – A compiled list of events/programs that will beA compiled list of events/programs that will be available on W-TH-F-Savailable on W-TH-F-S  Brief description of events/programsBrief description of events/programs  DistributionDistribution – Insert in Tuesdays edition of The Penn NewspaperInsert in Tuesdays edition of The Penn Newspaper – Residence Halls (ex. Stahl News)Residence Halls (ex. Stahl News)  ProductionProduction – The PennThe Penn – Create a 1 cr. course for journalism studentsCreate a 1 cr. course for journalism students
  22. 22. Suggestions Cont.Suggestions Cont.  Hiring/Appointing Student Activities CoordinatorHiring/Appointing Student Activities Coordinator – Primary Role:Primary Role:  Assist in the planning, coordination, and implementation ofAssist in the planning, coordination, and implementation of programs and activities.programs and activities. – Typical Duties and Responsibilities:Typical Duties and Responsibilities:  Provides guidance and support to student organizations inProvides guidance and support to student organizations in areas such as leadership development, event planning, andareas such as leadership development, event planning, and financial management.financial management.  Assists in the advising of student organizations.Assists in the advising of student organizations.  Assist in the coordination of the student activities logisticsAssist in the coordination of the student activities logistics with other college officers such as facilities, food services,with other college officers such as facilities, food services, security, and audio/visual services.security, and audio/visual services.
  23. 23. Questions or CommentsQuestions or Comments
  24. 24. Thank YouThank You for Your Timefor Your Time

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