STC Update - The University of Texas

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South Texas College
Leadership Alliance Update
Student Affairs &
Enrollment Management
• Deliver high quality student services and student
development opportunities that facilitate student
success throughout the pathway from connection to
completion
• Develop and implement strategies to manage and
meet institution enrollment and graduation targets
SAEM – Points of Contact
• Mike Carranza – Associate Dean of Student Financial Services
– [email protected]||x3439
• Matthew Hebbard – Director of Admissions & Registrar
– [email protected]||x2147
• Paul Hernandez – Dean of Student Support Services
– [email protected]||x2182
• Kim McKay – Interim Dean of Enrollment Services
– [email protected]||x2096
• Mike Shannon – Interim Associate Dean of Student Life
– [email protected]||x3550
Hours of Operation (Fall & Spring)
Pecan Campus
872-8311
Student Services Building
Monday – Thursday
8 am – 8 pm
Friday
8 am – 5 pm
Saturday
9 am – 12 pm
Technology Campus
872-6100
West Building & East Building
Monday – Thursday
8 am – 8 pm
Friday
8 am – 5 pm
Mid Valley Campus
872-6600
Student Services Building
Monday & Friday
8 am – 5 pm
Tuesday – Thursday
8 am – 7 pm
Starr County Campus
488-8181
Student Services Building
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
8 am – 6 pm
Wednesday
8 am – 7 pm
Friday
8 am – 5 pm
1st Floor, East Wing
Nursing Allied Health
872-3100
Monday – Thursday
8 am – 8 pm
Friday
8 am – 5 pm
In Your Folder and on Your Table
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Cohort data disaggregated by high school
Success, Challenges and Opportunities
Tour Request Form
Eduroam
Mobile App
Fall Event Calendar
Invitation to Participate in SLI
Glossary of Terms
• First Time in College (FTIC) – students who have never
been admitted to a degree program at STC or any other
post-secondary institution regardless of high school
graduation date or year
Prior dual credit students are classified as FTIC after high
school graduation and upon entry at STC regardless of
credit hours earned
• 2011 FTIC Cohort – students who graduated from high
school in the Spring or Summer of 2011 and entered STC in
the Fall of 2011
• 2012 FTIC Cohort – students who graduated from high
school in the Spring or Summer of 2012 entered STC in the
Fall of 2012
• Prior Dual Credit – students who entered the college with
accrued credit
77.5% of all Hispanic Freshmen and
Sophomores enrolled in Texas higher
education are in community colleges…
…60% leave without a credential.
STC - Enrollment History 1993 to 2012 (Fall)
32,000
Fall 2012 – 30,824
28,000
24,000
20,000
16,000
12,000
8,000
4,000
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
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All First Time in College Students @ STC
5,000
4,500
4,000
3,500
3,000
2,500
2,000
1,500
1,000
500
Enrollment
2008
2,636
2009
4,251
2010
4,998
2011
4,405
2012
4,106
68% of the
2011 FTIC cohort
graduated in the
Spring or Summer
of 2011
2011 Graduates
Other
88% of the 2011
FTIC cohort received
financial aid
Received Financial Aid
Did not Receive Financial Aid
Top 5 Feeder Schools – 2011 FTIC Cohort
170
165
160
155
150
145
140
135
130
Students
Weslaco HS
PSJA HS
Donna HS
166
158
151
PSJA North
HS
147
PSJA
Memorial HS
144
Top 10 Majors – 2011 FTIC Cohort
Criminal Justice
Degree Seeking Student
Physical Therapist Assistant
Interdisciplinary Studies
Associate Degree Nursing
Biology
Business Administration
Elementary Education
Psychology
Engineering
40% of the
2011 FTIC
cohort had
prior dual
credit…
Prior Dual Credit
No Dual Credit
The average high school rank for the
entire 2011 FTIC cohort was 49%.
The average high school rank for the 2011
FTIC cohort with prior dual was 57%.
College Ready – 2011 FTIC Cohort
Entire Cohort
Prior Dual
Math = 50%
Writing = 47%
Reading = 50%
Math = 56%
Writing = 55%
Reading = 58%
73% of the 2011
FTIC cohort were
full-time students
– taking 12 credit
hours or more
Full Time
Part Time
So, how did the 2011 FTIC cohort
do during their freshman year?
80% of the 2011
FTIC cohort
returned during
in the spring term
Retained
Stopped Out
College Readiness – the 2011 FTIC Cohort
70%
65%
60%
55%
50%
45%
Reading
Writing
Math
@ Entry
50%
47%
50%
After One Year
68%
61%
63%
College Readiness – 2011 FTIC Cohort
with Prior Dual
85%
80%
75%
70%
65%
60%
55%
50%
Reading
Writing
Math
@ Entry
58%
55%
56%
After One Year
81%
78%
76%
In that same year (2011 FTIC Cohort):
16% completed MATH1414
23% completed ENGL1301
Average GPA – 2011 FTIC Cohort
2.20
2.00
2.16
1.99
1.80
1.60
1.40
1.20
1.00
Prior Dual Credit
No Prior Dual
…and, only 54% returned
this Fall (2012).
Where did they go?
51 of the 1376 transferred
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12 @ UTPA
6 @ TAMUK
3 @ University of Phoenix
3 @ UTB
If they did not transfer, were
they (2011 FTIC cohort) in good
standing at exit?
1000
918
900
GPA < 2.0
800
Only 33% of the
2011 FTIC cohort
who did not
transfer left in
good standing
700
600
500
458
400
GPA >= 2.0
300
200
100
0
Does the 2012 Entering Freshman
(FTIC) cohort look similar?
76% of the 2012
FTIC cohort are
recent high
school graduates
2012 Graduates
Other
82% of the
2012 FTIC cohort
is receiving
financial aid
Received Financial Aid
Did not Receive Financial Aid
Top 10 Majors – 2012 FTIC Cohort
Criminal Justice
Degree Seeking Student
Interdisciplinary Studies
Physical Therapy Assistant
Associate Degree Nursing
Biology
Business Administration
Psychology
Engineering
Elementary Education
40% of the
2012 FTIC
cohort have
prior dual
credit…
Prior Dual Credit
No Dual Credit
70% of the 2012
FTIC cohort are
full-time students
– taking 12 credit
hours or more
Full Time
Part Time
Pending Data for 2012 FTIC Cohort
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Average high school percentile
% college ready
Top 5 feeder schools
Performance data
As we move forward to support
and assist all cohorts, our focus will
continue to be completion…
In 2012, 695 students graduated
with a college credential before
receiving their high school diploma.
In 2013, we anticipate that
more than 1,000 students
will graduate with a college
credential before receiving their
high school diploma.
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Business Administration
Communication
Fine Arts – Music
Chemistry
Computer Science
Criminal Justice
Language and Cultural Studies
Anthropology
Biology
Drama
Kinesiology
Mathematics
Political Science
Psychology
Social work
Teaching
Mexican American Studies
Engineering
Additional Articulation Agreements
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UT Brownsville
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UT San Antonio
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Texas A&M
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Texas A&M Kingsville •
Texas A&M Corpus
Christi
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• Texas A&M Galveston
TSU
U of H
Bellevue University
Western Governors
University
University of Phoenix
Together, our commitment and
collaboration make completion and
student success a reality for our
students and their families.
November 16th
Last day to withdraw
April 12th
Graduation application deadline
May 17-19
Commencement at State Farm Arena
3rd Monday in October
Spring registration begins
January 22nd
First day of Spring term
Monday after Spring Break
Summer and Fall registration begins
June 3rd
First day of Summer I and III 2013
July 8th
First day of Summer II 2013
August 26th
First day of Fall 2013
August 1, January 1,
May 15, June 15
Register and make payment arrangements before
these dates to avoid the additional registration fees
$1,230
Average tuition & fees per semester
Emergency loans for books, installment plans & scholarships are available.
Thank You
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