Employment and graduate study are important outcomes and have been the focus of our recent research. Methods and analyses are briefly described that identify causes in academics, engagement, outcomes assessments, and other college processes. The presentation ends with implications for assessment for accreditation (which we just finished), publicity, and improving college processes generally.
IPEDS Data Collections and institutional characteristics definitions have changed in the past few years. This presentation will review using some new definitions and searches to get benchmarking data that best suits your needs.
This presentation will detail the methodology of a mixed method longitudinal study of low-income undergraduate students’ perceptions of factors related to student success. Interviews, focus groups, surveys, and administrative data are combined to demonstrate how this nuanced approach can reveal a multi-layered view of new students’ experiences and perceptions.
Each year a fifth (20.8 percent) of MSU’s entering class are transfer students, of which 63 percent transfer from 2-year institutions. This presentation will explore key metrics of student success as it pertains to transfer students. We pay particular attention to outcomes of students that transferred from Michigan two-year institutions.
MSU launched Go Green Go 15 to encourage students to take 15 or more credits each semester with the goal of attempting 30 before a student’s second year. We explore why attempting 30 credits is an indicator of student success and the initiatives aimed at MSU staff to promote 30 credits.
Thursday, October 26th 2017 | Steering Committee
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