Cooperative Alliances




GuidanceFest 2008
Cooperative Alliances

an opportunity for
  secondary & adult
  students to earn
  college credit while
  enrolled at a
  ...
Cooperative Alliance

• Percentage point increase in the supply of
  college graduates raises. . .
  – high school drop-ou...
Cooperative Alliances

       High
                      $24,900          $6,600         $31,500
      School

     Associ...
Cooperative Alliances
Cooperative Alliances
Cooperative Alliances

• Spring 2008
  – 41,037 total credit hours
     • 17 385 S
       17,385 Secondary
               ...
0
                     5000
                    10000
                    15000
                    20000
                ...
Cooperative Alliances

• All 29 tech center
  districts
• State ide initiati e
  State-wide initiative
High School Student Enrollment

• Enrollment at local technology center
• Meet ONE criteria
  – Composite ACT of 19 or
  –...
High School Student Enrollment
• Parent/Guardian
  Statement of
  Understanding
• Admissions/Enrollment
  Form
• $8.00 per...
High School Student Enrollment
High School Student Enrollment

• Attend technology center
• Enroll with a college
• Take classes at
  technology center
•...
A College Transcript!!
High School Student Enrollment
  g Sc oo Stude t      o e t

• Technology Center instructors
  assign grades
• Grades subm...
Results of Participation
• Transcripted college
  credit
• Accelerated degree
  completion
• Substantial Savings
Transcripted College Credit

• Course credit may
  transfer
  – it is up to the receiving
    institution
• Permanent
Degree Completion

• Associates of Applied
  Science
• Bachelors of Applied
  Science
Substantial Savings

• Average Tuition/Fees per credit hour at
  participating colleges
  – $97 per credit hour
• Academic...
Substantial Savings

  on campus       • $97 04
                    $97.04
   Alliance
   Alli           • $8
       i
   ...
Substantial Savings


   total
  waivers
   ai ers    •$124 thousand
              $124
   tuition
  savings    •$6.3 mill...
Substantial Savings

• Textbooks
  – Average per course -
    $100.00
    $100 00 ?
• Housing/Food
  – A erage per semeste...
Substantial Savings
Fee Waiver
  I.  Family receives public assistance
  II. Student is a ward of the state
  III
  III.St...
Getting Them There

• All districts have an ACT code
• Codes are published in ACT directory
  http://okcareertech.org/alli...
Getting Them There

• PLAN EOS
• PLAN ACT
• Recruitment,
  Advisement &
  Guidance
• Elect to Participate!
Find Out More
For More Info….


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Cooperative Alliances

  1. 1. Cooperative Alliances GuidanceFest 2008
  2. 2. Cooperative Alliances an opportunity for secondary & adult students to earn college credit while enrolled at a technology center
  3. 3. Cooperative Alliance • Percentage point increase in the supply of college graduates raises. . . – high school drop-outs’ wages by 1.9% – high school g g graduates’ wages 1.6% g – college graduates wages by 0.4% Journal of Econometrics Enrico Moretti, Dept of Economics, UCLA
  4. 4. Cooperative Alliances High $24,900 $6,600 $31,500 School Associate $31,500 $9,100 $40,600 The Benefits of Higher Education for Individuals and Society 2007 College Board
  5. 5. Cooperative Alliances
  6. 6. Cooperative Alliances
  7. 7. Cooperative Alliances • Spring 2008 – 41,037 total credit hours • 17 385 S 17,385 Secondary d • 23,652 Adult – 4,637 students • 2,329 Secondary • 2,308 Adult
  8. 8. 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 Numb ber Enrolled -… d edit Cre Hour - rs gh Hig Schoo … ol Coope at e Academ mic Se ervices Fee… F Num mber Cred dits Applicable for… r Numb ber Enrolled -… d Cre Hour - edit rs a ces Cooperative Alliances Adu Studen ult nts Total Studen nts T Total Cre edit Hours s Fall 2007 Fall 2006 Spring 2008 Spring 2007
  9. 9. Cooperative Alliances • All 29 tech center districts • State ide initiati e State-wide initiative
  10. 10. High School Student Enrollment • Enrollment at local technology center • Meet ONE criteria – Composite ACT of 19 or – ACT Plan Score of 15 or – High School GPA of 2.5
  11. 11. High School Student Enrollment • Parent/Guardian Statement of Understanding • Admissions/Enrollment Form • $8.00 per credit hour fee • Proof of Fee Waiver Qualification
  12. 12. High School Student Enrollment
  13. 13. High School Student Enrollment • Attend technology center • Enroll with a college • Take classes at technology center • You earn…
  14. 14. A College Transcript!!
  15. 15. High School Student Enrollment g Sc oo Stude t o e t • Technology Center instructors assign grades • Grades submitted to college and transcripted
  16. 16. Results of Participation • Transcripted college credit • Accelerated degree completion • Substantial Savings
  17. 17. Transcripted College Credit • Course credit may transfer – it is up to the receiving institution • Permanent
  18. 18. Degree Completion • Associates of Applied Science • Bachelors of Applied Science
  19. 19. Substantial Savings • Average Tuition/Fees per credit hour at participating colleges – $97 per credit hour • Academic Services Fee per credit hour at participating colleges – $8 per credit hour
  20. 20. Substantial Savings on campus • $97 04 $97.04 Alliance Alli • $8 i savings • $89 04 $89.04 average savings i • $267 12 $267.12
  21. 21. Substantial Savings total waivers ai ers •$124 thousand $124 tuition savings •$6.3 million
  22. 22. Substantial Savings • Textbooks – Average per course - $100.00 $100 00 ? • Housing/Food – A erage per semester Average - $2,896.16 ? • Transportation
  23. 23. Substantial Savings Fee Waiver I. Family receives public assistance II. Student is a ward of the state III III.Student resides in a foster home IV. Student participates in free or reduced-price lunch program at school V Student participates in a federally funded TRIO program such V. as Upward Bound VI. Family income is at or below the Bureau of Labor Statistics Low Standard Budgetg
  24. 24. Getting Them There • All districts have an ACT code • Codes are published in ACT directory http://okcareertech.org/alliances/actcodes.htm
  25. 25. Getting Them There • PLAN EOS • PLAN ACT • Recruitment, Advisement & Guidance • Elect to Participate!
  26. 26. Find Out More
  27. 27. For More Info…. http://oktechprep.blogspot.com

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