High Schools - Vance-Granville Community College

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Your Gateway To Endless Possibilities
MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL
FORUM
Thursday, October 24, 2013
 Curriculum Academic Programs
 Continuing Education Program
 Adult Basic Skills (GED and Adult HS
Programs)
 Student Activities and Athletics
 Workforce Investment Act (WIA Program)
 Early College
DR. STELFANIE WILLIAMS,
PRESIDENT
DR. ANGELA BALLENTINE,
VICE PRESIDENT OF ACADEMIC
& STUDENT AFFAIRS
GEORGE HENDERSON,
DEAN OF STUDENTS
Hum.Services/Mental Health, AAS
Degree, 20
Program Enrolled by Service Area
High School Students
Electronics Engineering Tech, AAS
Degree, 22
Core 44 Ct Humanities and Social
Science, 22
Associate in General Educ - General
Science, AAS Degree, 385
Others, 309
Radiography, AAS Degree, 23
Culinary Arts, AAS Degree, 24
Pharmacy Technology Diploma, 25
Cosmetology, Certificate, 25
Automotive
Systems
Cosmetology
Diploma, 29
Technology, AAS Degree, 29
AC, Heat & Refrig Diploma, 32
Unspecified, 360
Human Services Technology, AAS
Degree, 34
Associate Degree Nursing, 34
Computer Information Tech, AAS
Degree, 37
Welding Technology Diploma, 38
Technical Special Student, 40
Accounting, AAS Degree, 57
Criminal Justice Tech, AAS Degree, 92
Early Childhood Associate, AAS
Degree, 98
Medical Office Admin, AAS
Degree, 102
Associate in Arts, AA Degree, 285
Associate in
Science, AS
Degree., 153
Business Administration, AAS Degree,
129
Entering Cohorts Fall 2012 and 2013 by County
(Cohorts are New First-time Students)
250
200
150
100
50
0
Franklin
Granville
Vance
Warrren
Original Fall 2012 Cohort*
68
83
149
23
Fall 2013 Cohort*
209
82
103
81
Percentage of Service Area Students in
Developmental Studies by County
30.0%
Service Area
Average
22.0%
25.0%
20.0%
15.0%
10.0%
5.0%
0.0%
% Dev Students
Franklin
Granville
Vance
Warren
24.0%
19.9%
23.5%
20.0%
AMY O’GEARY,
INSTRUCTOR/QEP COORDINATOR
WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF
“ADVISING IN 3-D”?
Dream about higher education
Design a plan to complete it
Discover the doors of opportunity that will open
WHAT ARE THE STUDENT LEARNING
OUTCOMES (SLO) OF “ADVISING IN 3-D”?
1. Students will develop a rapport/relationship with their advisor.
2. Students will know the steps to completion of their career and
academic goals.
3. Students will be responsible, independent, and empowered for
their education.
MARIA BAILEY,
DEAN OF ARTS & SCIENCES
Reading, English, and Mathematics Redesign
Developmental Education Initiative (DEI)
State Policy Team
Innovation and Redesign
• DEI Math Task Force
• DEI English/Reading Task Force
2013 North Carolina Association of Community College Instructional Administrators (NCACCIA) 2/29/2013
Developmental Education Initiative’sFour Goals
• Reduce overall need for developmental education
• Reduce time to complete developmental education
• Implement better tools for assessing and placing students
• Improve data tracking and analysis capabilities
2013 NCACCIA 2/29/2013
Developmental Mathematics (DMA)
• 8 modules
• 4 weeks each
• Complete in 2 semesters
• Module level begins with placement test score
DMA Course Success Rates
• Previous Developmental Math Courses-56.8% success
rate
• Developmental Math Modules-74% success rate
Vance-Granville Community College
Fall 2012
DMA Student Retention Rates
• Previous Developmental Math Courses-66.9%
retention
• Developmental Math Modules-78.6% retention
Vance-Granville Community College
Fall 2012
Developmental Reading and English (DRE)
• Effective Fall 2013
• Reading and English Developmental Courses are
integrated
• 4 module levels: DRE 096, DRE 097, DRE 098, DRE 099
Developmental Reading and English (DRE)
(continued)
• 8 week modules
• DRE 099 allows for additional instruction while enrolled
in ENG 111
TONYA WADDLE,
DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS
& RECORDS
MULTIPLE MEASURES
What is Multiple Measures for Placement Policy?
 Hierarchy of measures that VGCC will use to determine a student’s
readiness for college-level courses
 Effective Fall 2014 applicants
 Recent high school graduates are evaluated by Multiple Measures
MULTIPLE MEASURES
What measures will VGCC use to determine placement?
Once the Admissions Office receives the high school transcript:
 Recent high school graduate
 Specified GPA benchmark
 Specified ACT or SAT subject area test scores
 Administer the placement test
PLACEMENT CRITERIA
Unweighted GPA = or > 2.6
And FRC Code 1, 2, 3, or 4*
Unweighted GPA = or > 2.6
And FRC Code 1, 2, 3, or 4*
Student is college ready for any gateway
math course and any course that has a
DMA prerequisite. Colleges may require
students with a GPA <3.0 enrolling in MAT
151, 155, 161, or 171 to take a
supplemental math lab as a co-requisite.
Student is college ready for any English
course up to and including English 111 and
any course that has a DRE prerequisite.
Colleges may require students with a GPA
< 3.0 enrolling in ENG 110 and ENG 111 to
take a supplemental English composition
lab as a co-requisite.
PLACEMENT CRITERIA CONTINUED
Unweighted GPA < 2.6
College will evaluate subjectarea ACT or SAT scores to
determine if student is college
ready in math and English
using the following scores
(based on national and state
validation studies):
ACT Reading & Writing
Combined 39
SAT Reading & Writing
Combined 1000
ACT Math 22/SAT Math 500
PLACEMENT CRITERIA CONTINUED
Unweighted GPA < 2.6 and
subject-area score(s) below
college ready
Students without a recent
transcript GPA or without
ACT or SAT scores
Student will take the subjectarea placement test to
determine placement. VGCC
uses COMPASS or ASSET.
Student will take the subjectarea placement test to
determine placement. VGCC
uses COMPASS or ASSET.
BUTTON BRADY,
INSTRUCTOR, BIOLOGY
SCIENCE CAMP
June 16 – 20, 2014
6th, 7th, and 8th graders
Counselor in Training Program
$125.00
Faculty led
BIOTECH LAB WORKSHOP
March 22 & 29, 2014
2 Saturdays
10th, 11th, and 12th graders
Limited to 10 campers
Main Campus
Faculty led
DRAMA CAMP
Teenworks
in cooperation with Ballet Arts, Granville County Schools and
Granville Little Theatre
June 23 – 27, 2014
Rising 7th – 12th graders
Show on June 27th
VGCC Auditorium
CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP
February 13 – March 13, 2014
Thursdays 6-8 pm
Adults
Faculty led
Charles Douglas
College Transfer Program
VGCC Student Ambassador
Julleah Norton
College Transfer Program
Student Tutor-Academic Skills Center
Isley Richardson
Early College Student-Warren Early College
TONYA WADDLE,
DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS &
RECORDS
JOY TUCKER,
DIRECTOR OF COUNSELING
KATHY KTUL, REGISTRAR
TONYA WADDLE,
DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS
& RECORDS
DECISIONS, DECISIONS, DECISIONS
 Complete a career assessment
 Learn about yourself
 Explore programs or
majors
 Research career
opportunities, requirements, and outlook
STEPS TO BECOMING A VGCC STUDENT
 Submit an Admissions Application online at
www.vgcc.edu
 Take Placement Test unless exempt by multiple
measures, transfer credit or standardized test
scores
 Submit an official high school transcript
STEPS TO BECOMING A VGCC STUDENT
 Apply for Financial Aid
 Attend New Student Orientation
 Meet with an advisor
 Register for classes
 Pay for classes or confirm
financial aid is complete
 Obtain student ID
JOY TUCKER,
DIRECTOR OF COUNSELING
RESOURCES- ONLINE
Single login for
• WebAdvisor
• Email
• Moodle
• Smarthinking*
• Regroup
RESOURCES: FACE TO FACE
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Counseling Services
Disability Services
Advising
Career Services
Academic Skills Center (Tutoring)
Clubs/Organizations
Sports: Basketball, Volleyball, Golf
Library Services
TRANSITIONING FROM HIGH SCHOOL TO
COLLEGE DISABILITY SERVICES
College Setting
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Student must self-identify with Disability Services Counselor
•
Student must provide most recent documentation at their own
expense
•
Student must meet the demands of the course; curriculum not
modified
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Student advocates for self and must make frequent contact
with Counselor
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Parent access to student records requires a signed FERPA
Release Form on file
Please visit www.vgcc.edu/disabilityservices for more info.
KATHY KTUL,
REGISTRAR
REGISTRATION
• Course Selection-WebAdvisor
• AP Scores from High School or College Board
• Articulation Credit – online form
https://vgcc.wufoo.com/forms/vgccrecommendedarticulated-high-school-credit/
AFTER REGISTRATION …
• Pay tuition- Options
-Residency Classification
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Textbooks
Class Participation by census date
Attendance Policy
Permanent Transcript
KNOW YOUR CREDENTIALS
Certificate – 12 – 19 credit hours –“explore” a program
Diploma – 36 – 48 credit hours
AAS – Associate in Applied Science degree 64 – 75 hours
not designed to be fully transferrable but may with
articulation agreement*
AA – Associate in Arts degree – designed to transfer
AS – Associate in Science degree – designed to transfer
More rigorous math & science requirements
Reference: http://www.vgcc.edu/Academics/academicsprograms_alphabetical.cfm
Music provided by the
VGCC Music Scholars
Door Prizes
A) Financial Aid Fundamentals & Scholarship
Information- “Common Cents”
Civic Center Main Hall
Kali Brown, Director of Financial Aid
B) Career and College PromiseBuilding 8 Conference Room
Lyndon Hall, Director of Joint High School Programs
A) Financial Aid Fundamentals & Scholarship
Information-“Common Cents”
Civic Center Main Hall
Kali Brown, Director of Financial Aid
B) Career and College PromiseBuilding 8 Conference Room
Lyndon Hall, Director of Joint High School Programs
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