HCC – Coleman College - John N. Gardner Institute for Excellence

Report
Foundations of Excellence
Seventh Annual Winter Meeting
San Antonio Texas, February 17, 2012
Integrating Foundations of Excellence (FOE) Dimensions
with UT-HEALTH Science Navigator Project
Presented by
Patricia Ugwu PhD, LPC
Dean of Student Development
Houston Community College (HCC) – Coleman
and
Ronald Johnson DDS
Chief Academic Diversity Officer
The University of Texas Health Science Center At Houston
HCC Enrollments 2007 - 2011
HCC- Completions
Academic Year 2007- 2010
HCC QUICK FACTS
Office of Institutional Research
Handout #1
2009-2010 Self Study Report
Final Report Overview
and
Selected Recommendations
HCC New Student Data 2009
New Student Unduplicated Headcount
Academic Year Total 10,685
First-Time, Full-Time 2,879
First-Time, Part-time 7,811
HCC New Student Data 2009
New Student Profile
Gender Information
Female
55.71%
Male
44.18%
Unknown
0.11%
HCC New Student Data 2009
Race & Ethnicity Information
%
White, Non-Hispanic
Black, Non-Hispanic
Hispanic/Latino
Asian
American-Indian/Alaska Native
International
Unknown
18.37%
25.00%
29.28%
9.37%
0.19%
12.04%
5.77%
FOE Final Report - Recommendations
1. Scale Up Retention Strategies
2. Strengthen and Require Introductory Course For All
New Students
3. Assign New Student Cohorts to Specific Advisors
FOE Final Report – RECOMMENDATION ONE
1. Scale Up Retention Strategies

Academic Success Center

Early Alert

Faculty Advising in Programs
FOE Final Report - RECOMMENDATION TWO
2. Required Courses for First Year Students
Course Code Description
GUST 1270
College & Career Planning
HPRS 1201
Introduction to Health Profession
LEAD 1200
Workforce Development with Critical Thinking
EDUC 1200
Careers in Education
FOE Final Report - RECOMMENDATION THREE
3. Academic Advising/Case Management
Advisor assigned to specific programs
Please refer to Handout
#2
FOE Dimensions and
HCC-Coleman College Practices
FOE Philosophy Dimension
HCC-Coleman College Strategic Priorities
PRIORITY 1: OPERATING STANDARDS
PRIORITY 2: ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE/STUDENT LEARNING
PRIORITY 3: STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES/ RETENTION
PRIORITY 4: GROWTH AND EXPANSION
FOE Dimensions and
HCC-Coleman College Practices
FOE Organization Dimension
HCC-Coleman College Discipline Teams
Student Services Functional Teams
DISCIPLINE TEAMS
Patient Care Services
Therapeutic Services
Diagnostic Services
Health Care & Administration
Dental Services
STUDENT SERVICES
FUNCTIONAL TEAMS
RETAIN
Advising/Case Management
ADMIT
Student Success
RECRUIT
Enrollment
Community Outreach
FUNCTIONAL TEAMS
GRADUATE
FOE Dimensions and
HCC-Coleman College Practices
FOE Roles and Purposes Dimension
Knowledge for Personal Growth
Preparation for Future Employment
Active Community Engagement
Contribution to the Betterment of Society
Achievement of Life Goals
ER Weekly Meetings
What is the Plan?
Start
Succeed
Graduate
Credential
Employment
Great Decision
Attending HCC Coleman College is a
wise investment
Houston Community College is
accredited by SACS
DISCIPLINE TEAMS – PATIENT CARE SERVICES
DISCIPLINE TEAMS – THERAPEUTIC SERVICES
DISCIPLINE TEAMS – DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES
DISCIPLINE TEAMS – HEALTHCARE &ADMINISTRATION
DISCIPLINE TEAMS – DENTAL SERVICES
ER REGISTRATION DATA
(MARCH 01 2011 – AUGUST 31 2011)
Number Of ER Registrations
7877
Not Attended vs. Attended
Attended
Not Attended
3882
49%
51%
3995
ER REGISTRATION DATA ANALYSIS CONTD.
ER Attended & Enrolled vs. Not Enrolled
HCC - Student Enrollments : Headcount
HCC - Student Not Enrolled Headcount
43%
2290
57%
1705
ER REGISTRATION DATA ANALYSIS CONTD.
No of Students Attended ER & Enrolled At HCC
No of Students Attended ER & Enrolled At Coleman
2000
1705
1500
HCC
1000
500
0
827
Coleman
1705
827
49%
ER REGISTRATION DATA ANALYSIS CONTD.
900
827
800
700
590
600
500
440
389
400
421
296
300
200
100
0
Coleman
South West
Central
North East
North West
South East
ER Video
http://prezi.com/z-flqfqrjtse/hcc-coleman-er-general-presentation/
NAVIGATOR Project
Baseline Year 2010-2011
• Student Success Program
• Early Alert/intervention
Proactive
• Train, monitor and evaluate
advisors
• Identify students’ risks,
concerns and needs
• Monitor student’s progress
Personal Background and
Preparation Survey (PBPS)
(Risk Self-Assessment Subscale)
PBPS student responses generate
• Student Report
• Advisor Reports
• Institutional Report
NAVIGATOR first-year baseline identifies 3
significant Valid Predictive Risk Indicators
• Underrepresented minority status
• High PBPS total risk score
• Low risk self-assessment total score
“super high risk student”
Adverse Academic Status Events
(AASE)
• Good - positive events
• Bad - negative events (AASE)
• Ugly - attrition events (NAASE)
Adverse Academic Status Events
(AASE)
• Recorded end of each academic
year
• Two or more risk indicators
significantly increase AASE scores
Non-Advancement Adverse
Academic Status Events (NAASE)
• Dismissal
• Repeat Year
• Suspension
• Withdrawal
Additional First-Year Baseline
Results
Comparable high risk participants
compared to high risk nonparticipants
• NAASE reduced 57%
• AASE reduced 32%
Recommendations to Increase
HCC CCHS 2011-2012
Intervention Year Retention
•
Require
PBPS for all entering students
•
Require
advisors/entering advisees
meet early first semester
•
Require early Advanced Academic Training
for high and medium risk students

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