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Accelerating Student Success:
Focusing on Meaningful, Measurable Change
University of Nebraska
Lincoln
Hobsons
Amy Goodburn Alison Hilsabeck Stephen M. Smith
Today’s
Presenters
Peter Meiksins Ro...
Why Student Success?
31% 59%
Full-time, first-time bachelor’s-
degree-seeking students
graduating in 6 years
Full-time, first-time certificate
...
Our Philosophy
Success must be
measured
Success requires
engagement
Success entails
academic achievement
Success is a
movi...
University of Nebraska Lincoln
Amy Goodburn
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sit voluptatem accusantium doloremq...
Flagship Land Grant University
20,000+ Undergrads
State Capitol, 300,000
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sit voluptatem accusantium doloremq...
First Year Husker Program
Plan
Integrated Planning and Advising
Academic Maps
and Milestones
Student Success
Tracking
Department Class
Scheduling
Outreach to First-Year Students
First-Year Student Surveys
Emerging Leaders
Explore Center Programs
UNL’s
Chronology of Change
2012
Implemented Starfish for university-wide advisory
Created Advising Coordinating Board
Crea...
National Louis University
Alison Hilsabeck
• 130-year-old, independent non-
profit, Chicago-based university
• Core Values:
Access, innovation, and excellence
• Focu...
Our Commitments
Continuous improvement in
retention across programs
Addressing the national
undergrad achievement gap
Nati...
Why Students Don’t
Enroll/Persist
• Limited-quality college options
unless student is a top academic
performer
• Financial...
HP3Fall2015UndergraduateInitiative-Demographics
Female
69%
Male
31%
Gender
$1 - $5K
21%
$10K-$14K
1%
$5K - $10K
4%
> $15K
...
Meeting OurCommitments
• Starfish
• Tableau
• SmartSheet
• Acrobatiq
• D2L
• Noel Levitz
• IDEA
Tools
• Early Warning
• In...
Lessons Learned
Importance of non-cognitive skills in retention
A need to go beyond academic supports
Benefits of early in...
Keeping our students at the center of our work
Cleveland State University
Peter Meiksins
CSU in 1991
“We’re an open-access school,
with mostly low-income, high-risk,
poorly-prepared students. Of
course, many of ...
CSUToday
“We’re doing better. What can we do to
improve our completion rates even more?”
What changed?
State Funding Model
Economic pressure to do better
• Presidents did not accept the
received wisdom
• Faculty and administr...
It started to work.
But most important: We started doing something
and…
Freshman Cohort Retention
6YearTrend (2009-2014)
63.70%
65.90%
64.80%
67.20%
69.70%
70.60%
40.00%
45.00%
50.00%
55.00%
60....
• Multi-term registration
• Early warning/intrusive advising
• Hybrid developmental/college-level
courses
• Math emporium
...
What did we do?
We got organized We invested We used data
• Created Student Success
Committee (Faculty Senate)
• Made Divi...
Still have people to convince
Are we done?
Need to get better at using data strategically
Long list of things we’re planni...
California Community Colleges
Robin Armour
o 2.1 million students
o 113 colleges
o Largest higher ed in US
o Shared governance
o Counseling faculty
o Academic freedo...
Student-Centric Problem Solving…
I’ll just drop this
course and worry
about the impact
later! The course was
full or not
a...
This has got to be fixed…
Student Success Task Force
• Multi-disciplined community
• 22 recommendations
o Mandatory core services
o Priority enrollment
o Major or specific education goal required
o Fee waiver tied to academic ...
Change in Funding Paradigm
Headcount + Services = Favoring Performance
$185M to implement core services
Orientation, Asses...
• Student Services Portal
• Career Exploration
• Common Assessment
• Orientation
• Education Planning
• Early Alert
• Inte...
Timelines and Outcomes
Spring 2016
Working Together
• Complete pilots with 14 colleges
• Implement improvements
Summer 201...
Open Forum
Amy Goodburn, University of Nebraska
Alison Hilsabeck, National Louis University
Peter Meiksins, Cleveland Stat...
Accelerating Student Success: Focusing on Meaningful, Measurable Change - ACE Presentation - Hobsons 2016
Accelerating Student Success: Focusing on Meaningful, Measurable Change - ACE Presentation - Hobsons 2016
Accelerating Student Success: Focusing on Meaningful, Measurable Change - ACE Presentation - Hobsons 2016
Accelerating Student Success: Focusing on Meaningful, Measurable Change - ACE Presentation - Hobsons 2016
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  1. 1. Accelerating Student Success: Focusing on Meaningful, Measurable Change
  2. 2. University of Nebraska Lincoln Hobsons Amy Goodburn Alison Hilsabeck Stephen M. Smith Today’s Presenters Peter Meiksins Robin Armour Cleveland State University California Community Colleges National Louis University
  3. 3. Why Student Success?
  4. 4. 31% 59% Full-time, first-time bachelor’s- degree-seeking students graduating in 6 years Full-time, first-time certificate or associate’s degree- seeking students graduating in 3 years NCES (2015), The Condition of Education 2015
  5. 5. Our Philosophy Success must be measured Success requires engagement Success entails academic achievement Success is a moving target
  6. 6. University of Nebraska Lincoln Amy Goodburn
  7. 7. Donec tincidunt enim sit amet consequat Ed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem accusantium doloremque n culpa qui officia deserunt mollitia animi, Id estaborum et dolorum fuga. Goal: 60% six-year graduation rate by 2017
  8. 8. Flagship Land Grant University 20,000+ Undergrads State Capitol, 300,000
  9. 9. Donec tincidunt enim sit amet consequat Ed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem accusantium doloremque n culpa qui officia deserunt mollitia animi, Id estaborum et dolorum fuga. Connect Plan Outreach
  10. 10. First Year Husker Program
  11. 11. Plan
  12. 12. Integrated Planning and Advising Academic Maps and Milestones Student Success Tracking Department Class Scheduling
  13. 13. Outreach to First-Year Students
  14. 14. First-Year Student Surveys
  15. 15. Emerging Leaders
  16. 16. Explore Center Programs
  17. 17. UNL’s Chronology of Change 2012 Implemented Starfish for university-wide advisory Created Advising Coordinating Board Created Explore Center 2016 2015 2014 2013 Created Office of First-Year Experience Opened instructor flags and referrals Formed Academic Advising Association Implemented probation recovery program Published four-year plans for all undergraduates Implemented Transferology for transfer students Piloted Compass program Developed HuskerScan to track student participation Created Veteran and Military Success Center Fed first-year survey scores to advisors Developing Integrated Planning and Advising System Implementing Emerging Leaders Program
  18. 18. National Louis University Alison Hilsabeck
  19. 19. • 130-year-old, independent non- profit, Chicago-based university • Core Values: Access, innovation, and excellence • Focus “Professionalizing the helping professions,” including education, psychology, health, and human services Overview National Louis University • 50+ Degrees Offered Undergraduate through doctoral • Serving Approximately 7,000 Working adults and first-generation students
  20. 20. Our Commitments Continuous improvement in retention across programs Addressing the national undergrad achievement gap National Louis University
  21. 21. Why Students Don’t Enroll/Persist • Limited-quality college options unless student is a top academic performer • Financial barriers • Need to work or take care of family • Limited career planning and course- taking guidance • Lack of readiness in terms of academic or non-cognitive skills • Limited academic and personal support, often first-generation Pathways Program Value Proposition  2.0+ GPA req.; non-traditional recruitment and admissions  Affordable at $10K/year  Predictable F2F schedule  Clear pathway to a degree with well-defined coursework  Flipped and adaptive learning model that uses technology and provides data-driven support  High-touch, supportive environment with Success Coach Undergraduate Challenge
  22. 22. HP3Fall2015UndergraduateInitiative-Demographics Female 69% Male 31% Gender $1 - $5K 21% $10K-$14K 1% $5K - $10K 4% > $15K 5%$0 EFC 68% Undocumented 1% Expected Family Contribution (EFC) 2 or more races 3% Asian 1% Black or African American 49% Hispanic 46% Undeclared 1% Ethnicity
  23. 23. Meeting OurCommitments • Starfish • Tableau • SmartSheet • Acrobatiq • D2L • Noel Levitz • IDEA Tools • Early Warning • Intrusive Advising • POD Approach • HP3: Weekly Team Reviews of Std. Dashboard • Program Dash & Annual Rpts. Processes • Increased retention • Affordable, high-quality education Commitment
  24. 24. Lessons Learned Importance of non-cognitive skills in retention A need to go beyond academic supports Benefits of early intervention and intrusive advising Facilitated by the proper tools It is powerful and sustaining for members of the community to engage together in work
  25. 25. Keeping our students at the center of our work
  26. 26. Cleveland State University Peter Meiksins
  27. 27. CSU in 1991 “We’re an open-access school, with mostly low-income, high-risk, poorly-prepared students. Of course, many of them don’t succeed.”
  28. 28. CSUToday “We’re doing better. What can we do to improve our completion rates even more?”
  29. 29. What changed?
  30. 30. State Funding Model Economic pressure to do better • Presidents did not accept the received wisdom • Faculty and administrators aware of national discussions New Leadership
  31. 31. It started to work. But most important: We started doing something and…
  32. 32. Freshman Cohort Retention 6YearTrend (2009-2014) 63.70% 65.90% 64.80% 67.20% 69.70% 70.60% 40.00% 45.00% 50.00% 55.00% 60.00% 65.00% 70.00% 75.00% 80.00% 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Percent Retained Fall To Fall
  33. 33. • Multi-term registration • Early warning/intrusive advising • Hybrid developmental/college-level courses • Math emporium Learnedaboutand implementedbestpractices What Did We Do?
  34. 34. What did we do? We got organized We invested We used data • Created Student Success Committee (Faculty Senate) • Made Division of Academic Programs responsible for student success efforts (Hired a director of student success programs in that office) • Created dedicated freshman advising staff and transfer advising office to work with new students • Starfish Early Alert • We identified high DFW/high enrollment courses • Made them a target for SI/SLA • Made them Target for Teaching Enhancement grants for innovation
  35. 35. Still have people to convince Are we done? Need to get better at using data strategically Long list of things we’re planning to implement the next three years
  36. 36. California Community Colleges Robin Armour
  37. 37. o 2.1 million students o 113 colleges o Largest higher ed in US o Shared governance o Counseling faculty o Academic freedom o Professional networks o Highest poverty o Highest unemployment o Highest incarcerated o Large urban vs. rural disparities A Large and Complex System Community College in California
  38. 38. Student-Centric Problem Solving… I’ll just drop this course and worry about the impact later! The course was full or not available! I can’t ever get time with my advisor! I took classes I didn’t need! I changed my major – now major problems! Finish? No idea!
  39. 39. This has got to be fixed… Student Success Task Force • Multi-disciplined community • 22 recommendations
  40. 40. o Mandatory core services o Priority enrollment o Major or specific education goal required o Fee waiver tied to academic standards o And the tools and funding to deliver Meaningful changes
  41. 41. Change in Funding Paradigm Headcount + Services = Favoring Performance $185M to implement core services Orientation, Assessment, Educational Planning Three Initiatives • Online Education Initiative (OEI) • Common Assessment Initiative (CAI) • Education Planning Initiative (EPI)
  42. 42. • Student Services Portal • Career Exploration • Common Assessment • Orientation • Education Planning • Early Alert • Integration, Training, and Support Statewide Tools and Support
  43. 43. Timelines and Outcomes Spring 2016 Working Together • Complete pilots with 14 colleges • Implement improvements Summer 2016 Moving Forward • Begin next round of college implementations • Career Exploration tools available • Continue implementations at 60 colleges • Evaluate improvements from baselines Winter 2017- Summer 2018 Making a Difference
  44. 44. Open Forum Amy Goodburn, University of Nebraska Alison Hilsabeck, National Louis University Peter Meiksins, Cleveland State University Robin Armour, California Community Colleges Stephen M. Smith, Hobsons

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