First Year Experience and STEM

Report
MSJC BRIDGE PROGRAMS
FOR STUDENT SUCCESS
EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS BREAKFAST
DECEMBER 2012
INITIATIVES
• Dual Enrollment
• STEM
• Title V
• Student Success Taskforce
• 2020 Vision
DUAL ENROLLMENT
• Dual Enrollment is a program that allows qualified
high school students to earn college and high
school credit while meeting graduation
requirements. For some students it may be an
additional option other than taking AP or IB courses
to achieve college credit in both the academic
and vocational pathways.
2020 VISION BENCHMARKS
ACCOMPLISHED
DUAL ENROLLMENT
• 1009 students in Fall 2012
• 17 high schools participating
• Middle College (Charter Schools)
• 85-90% credit rate among all cultural groups closing the
achievement gap
• Spring 2012 cost savings to students/families
• Dual Enrollment Totals
• Units Awarded: 2,858
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CCC: $2,128,910
CSU: $2,788,646
UC: $3,772,300
Private: $5,096,295
STEM
• MSJC was awarded a federal grant totaling $4.28 million over 5 years (2011-2015)
• Objective:
• A program dedicated to increasing the transfer rate of STEM majors, attainment
of STEM degrees, and increasing the number of students with a Student
Education Plan (SEP)
• Benefits:
• Assist students interested in pursuing degrees in: Science, Technology,
Engineering, Mathematics
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One-on-One Career/Educational
Counseling
Internship & Scholarship Opportunities
Career Workshops
4-year Campus Visits
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STEM Related Field Trips
Summer Institute
Networking Opportunities
End of Year Celebration
STEM Club
STEM VS. NON-STEM
EMPLOYMENT GROWTH
STEM FIELDS PAY
TITLE V
• MSJC was awarded a federal grant totaling $2.79 million over 5 years. (2010-2015)
The grant’s main goals are to:
• Increase student persistence rates, especially those students in the Basic Skills and
English as a Second Language (ESL) programs.
• Increase student success rates
ESL 81% (69.5%)
FYE 85% (63.5%)
LCOM 83
• Increase the number of students enrolled in credit ESL courses
• Increase the number of students transitioning from non credit Basic Skills to credit Basic
Skills
• Increase distance education student success rates
• Increase student graduation and transfer rates
Main grant activities:
• First-Year Experience Program
• First-Year Seminars
• FYE Summer Bridge
• FYE Embedded Counseling
• Distance Education Student Preparation and Success Program
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· ESL Outreach
• Registration to Go
REGISTRATION TO GO
FALL Workshops
SPRING Matriculation
Process
•College is an option
•High School vs. College
•Choosing a Career Path
•MSJC ONLINE APPLICATION
•MSJC ONLINE ORIENTATION
•CELSA-College Placement
Assessment for ESL meet criteria.
•Math Placement Assessment
•Financial Aid Application
•Summer Bridge options if students are
eligible
CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE FUTURE
• 2020 Vision
• Produce 1 million additional
college graduates by 2020
• Student Success
Taskforce
• Enrollment Priorities
changing
• Educational Planning
• Financial Aid Regulations
HOW TO HELP EACH OTHER
• Encourage early application (April)
• EAP
• Prepare students to take
assessment/placement
• Begin Career Exploration
• Eureka
• Career Café
THANK YOU

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