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1 Bridging Georgia s Completion Agenda to a Broader Public Agenda

2 100 Georgia Public 9 th Graders 59 Graduate High School 29 Start a 4-year College 12 Start a 2-year College 21 Become Sophomores 6 Become Sophomores 14 Graduate Within Time 3 Graduate Within Time (adapted from Complete College America; Data source: NCHEMS Student Pipeline - Transition and Completion Rates from 9th Grade to College 2002 HS data, 2006 IPEDS) 2

3 Percent of Adults with Associates Degrees or Higher by Age-Group Leading OECD Countries and the U.S. Source: OECD Education at a Glance (2008)

4 Percent of Adults with Associates Degrees or Higher by Age-Group Selected States (Comparable Data to OECD 2008 Report) to to to Source: American Community Survey (2010)

5 The Big Goal is to increase the percentage of Americans who hold high-quality degrees and credentials to 60 percent by 2025.

6 Percentage of Workforce by Education Level Grad & Above Bachelor Associate Some College HS Degree Dropout Source: Georgetown University Center on Education & Workforce, Projection of Jobs and Education Requirements through 2018, (2010)

7 Percentage of Occupational Categories by Education Level by Grad & Above Bachelor Associate Some College HS Degree Dropout Source: Georgetown University Center on Education & Workforce, Projection of Jobs and Education Requirements through 2018, (2010)

8 Education, Employment, & Earnings

9 The Impact of Education on Individuals: Lifetime Earnings Education Level Less than 9th grade High school dropout High school graduate Some college, no degree Associate degree Bachelor's degree Master's degree Doctorate Professional degree Estimated Lifetime Earnings $976,350 1,150,698 1,455,253 1,725,822 1,801,373 $2,567,174 2,963,076 3,982,577 5,254,193 Difference Compared to High School Graduate -$478, , , ,120 $1,111,921 1,507,823 2,527,324 3,798,940 U.S. Department of Commerce-Economics and Statistics Administration-U.S. CENSUS BUREAU 9 6

10 45,000 38,183 35,633 35,362 32,321 31,917 31,903 31,642 31,566 31,024 30,591 28,868 28,122 27,201 27,008 26,635 26,533 26,479 26,299 26,181 26,076 25,820 25,660 25,657 25,585 25,480 25,466 24,667 24,319 24,001 23,928 23,719 23,582 23,201 23,181 22,681 22,352 21,697 21,618 21,526 20,585 20,423 20,123 19,902 19,869 18,868 18,093 17,321 14,707 14,561 14,129 13,426 40,000 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 Difference in Median Annual Wage Earnings Between Bachelor s Degree- Holders and Residents with Just a High School Diploma 25 to 64 Year Olds (2010) 10,000 5,000 0 Connecticut New Jersey New York Virginia California Texas Massachusetts Maryland Illinois Georgia United States New Hampshire Pennsylvania Minnesota Michigan Rhode Island Tennessee Alabama Ohio Arizona Washington Delaware North Carolina Florida Kansas Colorado Kentucky Arkansas Oklahoma South Carolina Nevada Missouri Indiana Alaska Wisconsin Mississippi Louisiana Hawaii Oregon West Virginia Nebraska Iowa Utah New Mexico Maine Vermont Idaho Wyoming South Dakota Montana North Dakota

11 Median Annual Wage Earnings by Level of Education Attained 25 to 64 Year Olds (2010) High School Graduate or GED Associate's Degree Bachelor's Degree 80,000 70,000 60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0 Connecticut New Jersey Maryland New York Massachusetts Virginia California New Hampshire Illinois Texas Minnesota Delaware United States Rhode Island Georgia Washington Alaska Pennsylvania Colorado Nevada Kansas Wisconsin Ohio Arizona North Carolina Alabama Tennessee Indiana Louisiana Iowa Missouri Florida Hawaii Michigan Oklahoma Arkansas Nebraska Vermont Kentucky South Carolina North Dakota Oregon Wyoming Utah Mississippi New Mexico West Virginia Maine South Dakota Idaho Montana

12 Percent of Population Age with at Least an Associates Degree, D ade C atoosa F annin Towns U nion R abun W hitfield W alker M urray Gilmer W hite H abersham C hattooga Gordon Lum pkin Pickens Dawson H all Stephens Banks F ranklin H art Floyd Jackson M adison Elbert Bartow C herokee Forsyth Polk C obb Barrow Gwinnett C larke Paulding Oglethorpe H aralson Oconee Lincoln D ouglas D ekalb W alton W ilkes Fulton R ockdale M organ C olumbia C arroll C layton N ewton Greene Taliaferro H enry M cd uffie Fayette W arren C oweta Butts Jasper Putnam R ichmond H eard Spalding H ancock Glascock Troup Pike Lamar M eriw ether M onroe Jones Baldwin Jefferson Burke W ashington Upson H arris Bibb W ilkinson Jenkins Johnson Screven Talbot C rawford Tw iggs M uscogee Taylor Peach Em anuel M arion Houston Bleckley Laurens Treutlen C hattahoochee C andler Bulloch M acon Effingham Schley Pulaski M ontgomery Stewart D ooly Dodge Evans W heeler Bryan Sumter W ebster W ilcox Toombs Telfair Tattnall C hatham C risp Quitman Terrell Lee Randolph Turner Ben Hill Jeff Davis Appling Long Liberty C lay W orth Irwin C offee Calhoun D ougherty Bacon W ayne Tift M cintosh Early Baker Pierce Atkinson Berrien M iller M itchell C olquitt C ook W are Brantley Glynn 27.2% to 55.1% 20.6% to 27.2% 17.0% to 20.6% 10.8% to 17.0% Sem inole Decatur Lanier Grady Brooks Low ndes C linch Thomas Echols Charlton C amden Georgia = 36.1%, United States = 38.2% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates.

13 Percent of Population Age with Some College but No Degree, D ade C atoosa F annin Towns U nion R abun W hitfield W alker M urray Gilmer W hite H abersham C hattooga Gordon Lum pkin Pickens Dawson H all Stephens Banks F ranklin H art Floyd Jackson M adison Elbert Bartow C herokee Forsyth Polk C obb Barrow Gwinnett C larke Paulding Oglethorpe H aralson Oconee Lincoln D ouglas D ekalb W alton W ilkes Fulton R ockdale M organ C olumbia C arroll C layton N ewton Greene Taliaferro H enry M cd uffie Fayette W arren C oweta Butts Jasper Putnam R ichmond H eard Spalding H ancock Glascock Troup Pike Lamar M eriw ether M onroe Jones Baldwin Jefferson Burke W ashington Upson H arris Bibb W ilkinson Jenkins Johnson Screven Talbot C rawford Tw iggs M uscogee Taylor Peach Em anuel M arion Houston Bleckley Laurens Treutlen C hattahoochee C andler Bulloch M acon Effingham Schley Pulaski M ontgomery Stewart D ooly Dodge Evans W heeler Bryan Sumter W ebster W ilcox Toombs Telfair Tattnall C hatham C risp Quitman Terrell Lee Randolph Turner Ben Hill Jeff Davis Appling Long Liberty C lay W orth Irwin C offee Calhoun D ougherty Bacon W ayne Tift M cintosh Early Baker Pierce Atkinson Berrien M iller M itchell C olquitt C ook W are Brantley Glynn 22.4% to 28.9% 19.4% to 22.4% 17.3% to 19.4% 8.6% to 17.3% Sem inole Decatur Lanier Grady Brooks Low ndes C linch Thomas Echols Charlton C amden Georgia = 20.8%, United States = 21.4% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates.

14 Median Annual Earnings for Population Age 25 and Over with Some College or an Associates Degree, D ade C atoosa F annin Towns U nion R abun W hitfield W alker M urray Gilmer W hite H abersham C hattooga Gordon Lum pkin Pickens Dawson H all Stephens Banks F ranklin H art Floyd Jackson M adison Elbert Bartow C herokee Forsyth Polk C obb Barrow Gwinnett C larke Paulding Oglethorpe H aralson Oconee Lincoln D ouglas D ekalb W alton W ilkes Fulton R ockdale M organ C olumbia C arroll C layton N ewton Greene Taliaferro H enry M cd uffie Fayette W arren C oweta Butts Jasper Putnam R ichmond H eard Spalding H ancock Glascock Troup Pike Lamar M eriw ether M onroe Jones Baldwin Jefferson Burke W ashington Upson H arris Bibb W ilkinson Jenkins Johnson Screven Talbot C rawford Tw iggs M uscogee Taylor Peach Em anuel M arion Houston Bleckley Laurens Treutlen C hattahoochee C andler Bulloch M acon Effingham Schley Pulaski M ontgomery Stewart D ooly Dodge Evans W heeler Bryan Sumter W ebster W ilcox Toombs Telfair Tattnall C hatham C risp Quitman Terrell Lee Randolph Turner Ben Hill Jeff Davis Appling Long Liberty C lay W orth Irwin C offee Calhoun D ougherty Bacon W ayne Tift M cintosh Early Baker Pierce Atkinson Berrien M iller M itchell C olquitt C ook W are Brantley Glynn $33,004 to $42,096 $30,447 to $33,004 $27,155 to $30,447 $17,760 to $27,155 Sem inole Decatur Lanier Grady Brooks Low ndes C linch Thomas Echols Charlton C amden Georgia = $32,485, United States = $34,045. Figures in 2011 Dollars. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates.

15 Median Annual Earnings for Population Age 25 and Over with a Bachelors Degree, D ade C atoosa F annin Towns U nion R abun W hitfield W alker M urray Gilmer W hite H abersham C hattooga Gordon Lum pkin Pickens Dawson H all Stephens Banks F ranklin H art Floyd Jackson M adison Elbert Bartow C herokee Forsyth Polk C obb Barrow Gwinnett C larke Paulding Oglethorpe H aralson Oconee Lincoln D ouglas D ekalb W alton W ilkes Fulton R ockdale M organ C olumbia C arroll C layton N ewton Greene Taliaferro H enry M cd uffie Fayette W arren C oweta Butts Jasper Putnam R ichmond H eard Spalding H ancock Glascock Troup Pike Lamar M eriw ether M onroe Jones Baldwin Jefferson Burke W ashington Upson H arris Bibb W ilkinson Jenkins Johnson Screven Talbot C rawford Tw iggs M uscogee Taylor Peach Em anuel M arion Houston Bleckley Laurens Treutlen C hattahoochee C andler Bulloch M acon Effingham Schley Pulaski M ontgomery Stewart D ooly Dodge Evans W heeler Bryan Sumter W ebster W ilcox Toombs Telfair Tattnall C hatham C risp Quitman Terrell Lee Randolph Turner Ben Hill Jeff Davis Appling Long Liberty C lay W orth Irwin C offee Calhoun D ougherty Bacon W ayne Tift M cintosh Early Baker Pierce Atkinson Berrien M iller M itchell C olquitt C ook W are Brantley Glynn $49,271 to $70,954 $43,476 to $49,271 $38,778 to $43,476 $21,731 to $38,778 Sem inole Decatur Lanier Grady Brooks Low ndes C linch Thomas Echols Charlton C amden Georgia = $49,673, United States = $49,683. Figures in 2011 Dollars. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates.

16 Percent of Population Age with Some College (No Degree) or Less Living in Families Earning Less than a Living Wage, (Georgia Migration PUMAS) D ade C atoosa F annin Towns U nion R abun W hitfield W alker M urray Gilmer W hite H abersham C hattooga Gordon Lum pkin Pickens Dawson H all Stephens Banks F ranklin H art Floyd Jackson M adison Elbert Bartow C herokee Forsyth Polk C obb Barrow Gwinnett C larke Paulding Oglethorpe H aralson Oconee Lincoln D ouglas D ekalb W alton W ilkes Fulton R ockdale M organ C olumbia C arroll C layton N ewton Greene Taliaferro H enry M cd uffie Fayette W arren C oweta Butts Jasper Putnam R ichmond H eard Spalding H ancock Glascock Troup Pike Lamar M eriw ether M onroe Jones Baldwin Jefferson Burke W ashington Upson H arris Bibb W ilkinson Jenkins Johnson Screven Talbot C rawford Tw iggs M uscogee Taylor Peach Em anuel M arion Houston Bleckley Laurens Treutlen C hattahoochee C andler Bulloch M acon Effingham Schley Pulaski M ontgomery Stewart D ooly Dodge Evans W heeler Bryan Sumter W ebster W ilcox Toombs Telfair Tattnall C hatham C risp Quitman Terrell Lee Randolph Turner Ben Hill Jeff Davis Appling Long Liberty C lay W orth Irwin C offee Calhoun D ougherty Bacon W ayne Tift M cintosh Early Baker Pierce Atkinson Berrien M iller M itchell C olquitt C ook W are Brantley Glynn 37.9% to 45.2% 31.0% to 37.9% 24.8% to 31.0% 14.8% to 24.8% Sem inole Decatur Lanier Grady Brooks Low ndes C linch Thomas Echols Charlton C amden Georgia = 26.9% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, ACS 5-Year PUMS File.

17 Population Age with Some College (No Degree) or Less Living in Families Earning Less than a Living Wage, (Georgia Migration PUMAS) D ade C atoosa F annin Towns U nion R abun W hitfield W alker M urray Gilmer W hite H abersham C hattooga Gordon Lum pkin Pickens Dawson H all Stephens Banks F ranklin H art Floyd Jackson M adison Elbert Bartow C herokee Forsyth Polk C obb Barrow Gwinnett C larke Paulding Oglethorpe H aralson Oconee Lincoln D ouglas D ekalb W alton W ilkes Fulton R ockdale M organ C olumbia C arroll C layton N ewton Greene Taliaferro H enry M cd uffie Fayette W arren C oweta Butts Jasper Putnam R ichmond H eard Spalding H ancock Glascock Troup Pike Lamar M eriw ether M onroe Jones Baldwin Jefferson Burke W ashington Upson H arris Bibb W ilkinson Jenkins Johnson Screven Talbot C rawford Tw iggs M uscogee Taylor Peach Em anuel M arion Houston Bleckley Laurens Treutlen C hattahoochee C andler Bulloch M acon Effingham Schley Pulaski M ontgomery Stewart D ooly Dodge Evans W heeler Bryan Sumter W ebster W ilcox Toombs Telfair Tattnall C hatham C risp Quitman Terrell Lee Randolph Turner Ben Hill Jeff Davis Appling Long Liberty C lay W orth Irwin C offee Calhoun D ougherty Bacon W ayne Tift M cintosh Early Baker Pierce Atkinson Berrien M iller M itchell C olquitt C ook W are Brantley Glynn 41,145 to 124,897 31,034 to 41,145 26,229 to 31,034 16,868 to 26,229 Sem inole Decatur Lanier Grady Brooks Low ndes C linch Thomas Echols Charlton C amden Georgia = 1,573,448 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, ACS 5-Year PUMS File.

18 Simple Message of the Completion Agenda The health of the U.S. and Georgia economies depends upon citizens obtaining meaningful degrees and certificates and obtaining them at a higher rate than we do today. Must target the emerging workforce (K-12 partnerships) as well as existing workforce. The great majority of the adults in the U.S. and Georgia (24-64 years old) have no postsecondary degree but a large segment have made significant progress toward a degree or credential

19 COMPLETE COLLEGE GEORGIA The University System of Georgia s Commitment to the Completion Agenda

20 More individuals getting more meaningful degrees and obtaining them at a higher rate than today (Based on data from Georgetown CWD, IPEDS, American Community Survey, and System data)

21 Complete College Georgia Areas of Emphasis Partnerships with K-12 for College Readiness Commitment to Collegiate Access, Affordability, & Value Development of New and Flexible Pathways for Degree Completion Ensure Student Support for At-risk Student Populations Maintain and Improve the Quality of Teaching and Learning

22 Beyond the Completion Focus Broader importance of higher education in transfer of knowledge, fostering creativity and innovation, increasing global engagement, committing to research, entrepreneurship, and community development.

23 Bridging the Completion Agenda to a Broader Public Agenda and Strategic Plan

24 Commitment to Academic Excellence and Degree Completion The University System of Georgia will mobilize its resources and strengthen educational partnerships to ensure that Georgians have a seamless educational system that is both affordable and of the highest quality.

25 Commitment to Academic Excellence and Degree Completion Partnerships with K-12 for College Readiness Commitment to Collegiate Access & Affordability Develop New & Flexible Pathways for Degree Completion Ensure Student Support for At-risk Student Populations Maintain & Improve the Quality of Teaching & Learning

26 Commitment to Economic Development and World Class Research The University System of Georgia will ensure that Georgia remains a leader in an increasingly competitive and complex global economy and that the system spurs research and creativity that make the state a center of innovation, discovery, and entrepreneurship.

27 Commitment to Economic Development and World Class Research Focus on Economic & Workforce Development Stewardship of Community Development Partnerships Commitment to International Education & Relations Excellence in Research & Graduate/Professional Education

28 Commitment to Accountability & Efficiency and Leadership in Higher Education Innovation The University System of Georgia will ensure that the research, teaching and service resources and assets in higher education are efficiently and effectively utilized and serve as an investment in the future of Georgia.

29 Commitment to Accountability & Efficiency and Leadership in Higher Education Innovation Ensure a Commitment to Performance & Accountability Commitment to Operational Efficiencies Relevance and Currency of Policies

30 Dr. Houston Davis Executive Vice Chancellor & Chief Academic Officer University System of Georgia

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32 Strategy One Enhance Partnerships with K-12

33 Target UNG top feeder counties Educational Needs Index Rates of low post-secondary enrollment, high drop-out, and low college completion

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35 UNG Complete College Georgia Strategy 1: Increase K-12 Partnerships Theme A: Too many students are leaving K-12 not academically prepared for college and require academic support Theme B: At-Risk population need better preparation for connecting to, engaging in, and navigating college

36 K-12 Partnerships GACHE has current partnerships with a number of USG, TCSG, private and community colleges in the region through: the At-Promise Scholarship Program collaboration with college recruiters to read and evaluate high school grant proposals personalized campus visits GACHE also has partnerships with 5 Regional Education Service Agencies serving 37 Appalachian counties in Regions 1, 2, 4, and 5 North Georgia RESA, NE Georgia RESA, NW Georgia RESA Pioneer RESA West Georgia RESA

37 K-12 Partnerships Current UNG MOU's include agreements with 19 county and city school systems in the region for Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Education and Care programs UNG has many Elementary and Middle School Professional Development Communities (PDC) The Near Peer Program with Gainesville High School

38 UNG Complete College Georgia Strategy 1: Enhance Partnerships with K-12 Goal 1.1 Expand Efforts to Increase the Regional College Participation for Underserved Populations

39 Enhancing K-12 Partnerships Expand efforts for UNG and K-12 to identify and serve under-represented populations, i.e., Hispanic, black, and economically disadvantaged students Expand early intervention outreach programs through Near Peer mentorships and Professional Development Communities (PDCs) Institute a comprehensive, collaborative, K-12/Higher Education regional summit focused on improving communication and student preparation Collaboratively develop roadmaps for student success from high school career pathways into and through higher education Develop a comprehensive academic summer program targeting a variety of student groups

40 By working together on the strategies in the UNG Complete College Georgia plan, we willmove the finish line from high school graduation to post-secondary completion and career success!

41 Strategy Two Improve Access and Completion for Students Traditionally Underserved

42 Goal 2.1: Improve Access for the Economically Disadvantaged Tuition and fee model that preserves access Financial Aid workshops Increased scholarship funds

43 Goal 2.2: Increase the number of students in each underserved population African American, Asian, Latino First generation college students Veteran and military personnel Adult learners

44 Recruiting Minority Students Goizueta scholars program African American Male initiative Outreach by student organizations Latino Student Assoc. Asian Student Assoc. Black Student Assoc. Students for a Progressive Society

45 Adult Learners & Military GOAL: Georgia Opportunities for Adult Learners SOC: Service members Opportunity College

46 Goal 2.3: Support for Completion to Underserved Populations Clubs and organizations Financial Management Workshops Support for Military and Adult Learners

47 Strategy Three Improve Time to Degree Completion

48 Goal 3.1: Identify and Eliminate Barriers to Completion Reviewed policies regarding: Credit for prior learning Course scheduling

49 Credit for Prior Learning Prior Learning Assessment Adult learners and military Assessment of learning attained through experiences Assessment methods CLEP DSST FLATS Official military transcript Portfolio

50 Credit for Prior Learning: How are we moving forward? Expanded PLA credit limit Honor credit by exam coursework from sister institutions Student may earn CLEP/DSST credit even if enrolled in a course Aligned credit for CLEP and DSST tests with ACE guidelines

51 How are we moving forward? Established CALM Center Soldiers 2 Scholars and Adult Learning Consortium Credit options at earliest point in admissions process Adult and Military Resource Centers Liaison with other departments

52 Dual Enrollment Allows high school students to earn college credit ACCEL MOWR UNG and partner high schools working together to expand dual enrollment Suggest needed courses for approval Offer 7 a.m. courses in Cumming Moving toward online options

53 Course Scheduling Factors for more than 3-year enrollment at Gainesville State: Part-time status Work schedule Insufficient time Course selection Difficulty to create appropriate schedules, especially in the evening

54 Course Scheduling: How are we moving forward? NOW Program: Nights, Online, Weekends Guaranteed 3-year evening course schedule Degree Sequence Maps

55 Goal 3.2: Decrease Excess Credits Earned at Degree Completion through Enhanced Early Intervention Protocols Excess credits associated with lower completion rates Time and money Lack of progress toward degree Inability to meet program entrance requirements

56 Targeted Advising: How are we moving forward? Students in Highly Competitive Majors Partner with advisors in major areas that have competitive entrance requirements Analyze key courses and freshmen GPA s

57 How are we moving forward? Students who are Not Progressing Essential Skills (math/english) 30- hour standard Identity and provide intrusive advising Academic Success Plan Program for NGS students expanded University-wide 2010 cohort one-semester retention rate 61% vs. 39% nonparticipants 2010 cohort one-year retention rate 47% vs. 36% non-participants

58 Strategy Four Restructure Instructional Delivery

59 Strategy Four: Restructure Instructional Delivery The intent of restructuring instructional delivery is 1) to increase learning through the use of high impact practices; 2) to provide access to those who are unable to attend traditional instruction, particularly working adults; and 3) to use innovative pedagogies and support to target those courses with high DWF rates, particularly in the sciences and gateway courses.

60 Strategy Four: Restructure Instructional Delivery Goal 4.1: Expand Online Courses and Programs Goal 4.2: Expand the Use of Supplemental Instruction, particularly in STEM and Gateway Courses to Improve Completion Goal 4.3: Expand the Implementation of High Impact Practices Undergraduate Research Opportunities Service-Learning Opportunities Student and Faculty Participation in Study Abroad Implement First Year Experience across UNG

61 Strategy Five Transform Remediation

62 Objective 1: Identify and eliminate barriers to completion of remediation COMPASS Exit scores less predictive of success in subsequent college-level courses than grades earned in LS Continue to pilot innovative LS pathways for completion in order to help students master material and move on to college-level coursework in one attempt Continue to provide substantial COMPASS Test Preparation for students enrolled in traditional LS courses

63 Objective 2: Establish enhanced noncredit remediation programs Pilot Goizueta-funded pre-matriculation Summer Bridge program Summer 2013 Create a pre-orientation program that intercepts students between first COMPASS Placement Test and COMPASS retesting

64 Objective 3: Provide multiple and flexible pathways with support to satisfy remediation requirements Implement UNIV 1101, Study Skills for the College Student, as a required course in students first semester of READ 0099 and/or MATH Self-efficacy; learning styles; active learning, engagement, and participation; time- and taskmanagement; study strategies; test-taking strategies; problem-solving; and financial literacy.

65 Objective 3 -continued UNG will continue to offer to non-stem, non-business majors the alternative LS math, MLCS The threesemester pilot, funded by Carnegie Foundation, is in its final semester. Preliminary data are promising: The two-semester completion rate for LS math (MLCS 0099) and Area A math (MATH 1001) is 49%, whereas the current 3-semester completion rate for students beginning in MATH 0097 and finishing MATH 1111 or MATH 1001 is 19%.

66 Objective 3 -continued UNG is piloting this spring an Accelerated Learning Program for completion of ENGL 0099 and ENGL 1101 in one semester. The demographics of the current ALP cohort are: ENGL 0099 repeaters: 5; COMPASS Placement scores: First-time in ENGL 0099: 7; COMPASS Placement scores: Includes two non-native English speakers.

67 Objective 3 -continued In addition to MLCS 0099, in Spring 2014, UNG will pilot LS math courses for student groups identified from consolidated data regarding LS and gateway success. Piloted sections will take into consideration, among other things, unique populations, campus cultures, specific remediation needs. E.g., a co-curricular model (3+1) for students whose SAT-M is 440 or 450, or who score between System cut-off and UNG cut-off; a stretch (2-semester) model for students who need more than a refresher course, but less than an entire semester of remediation.

68 Objective 3 -continued UNG will continue to deliver to students in their final attempt in LS a targeted intervention that includes intrusive/developmental advising; resource referral; goal-setting; action steps; and accountability. TOTAL * APPT PASSED W/D FAILED NO APPT PASSED W/D FAILED SU (83%) 0 1 (17%) 9 6 (67%) 0 3 (33%) FA (60%) 3 (20%) 3 (20%) (52.4%) 4 (19%) 6 (28.6%) SPR (91%) 0 1 (9%) 17 6 (35%) 1 (6%) 10 (59%) TOTALS (75%) 3 (9%) 5 (16%) (49%) 5 (11%) 19 (40%)

69 Institutional Data

70 Informing the Plan Importance of the use of data USG CCG institutional data Institutional knowledge Quantway success for students in select majors Traditional Pathway to remedial math completion Quantway pathway to remedial math completion Math 0097 MLCS 0099 Math 0099 College level math College level math

71 Informing the Plan Four key data themes Theme 1: Too many students coming out of K-12 not academically prepared for college and requiring academic support Characteristics and success Theme 2: At-risk populations needed better preparation for connecting to, engaging in, and navigating college Retention, progression, and graduation Theme 3: A high number of students, especially Hispanic and non-traditional, accrued substantially more hours at time of degree completion than required Average credits to degree Theme 4: Financial reasons were a significant contributor to student drop-out/stop-out Financial aid and loan default

72 CCG Strategies Strategy 1: Enhance Partnerships with K-12 Strategy 2: Improving Access and Completion for Students Traditionally Underserved Strategy 3: Improve Time to Degree Completion Strategy 4: Restructure Instructional Delivery Strategy 5: Transform Remediation

73 Metrics to Track Success at UNG Institutional level metrics USG annual data Enrollment, retention, progression, and graduation By race, gender, full/part-time, 2/4 year institutions Replicating USG data for UNG By campus More recent and relevant

74 Metrics to Track Success at UNG Initiative level metrics Strategy 1: Enhance Partnerships with K-12 Enrollment and partnerships Strategy 2: Improving Access and Completion for Students Traditionally Underserved Applied, accepted, and enrolled students Strategy 3: Improve Time to Degree Completion Student progress Strategy 4: Restructure Instructional Delivery Online courses, study abroad, and FYE participation Strategy 5: Transform Remediation Semesters to complete college level courses

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