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Entering Students. DEMOGRAPHICS. Everyone is Coming; But Not All Are Staying. 75% of U.S. high school graduates enter college. 47% graduate within 5 years Minority rates lower . The College Board. Age on December 31, 2006- United States. 2% 17 or younger 69% 18 28% 19 <1% 20

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Entering students
Entering Students

DEMOGRAPHICS


Everyone is coming but not all are staying
Everyone is Coming; But Not All Are Staying

  • 75% of U.S. high school graduates enter college

  • 47% graduate within 5 years

    • Minority rates lower

The College Board


Age on december 31 2006 united states
Age on December 31, 2006- United States

  • 2% 17 or younger

  • 69% 18

  • 28% 19

  • <1% 20

  • <1% 21 to 24

  • <1% 25 or older

97% - Traditional


Family
Family

  • 71% - Parents both alive & living with each other

  • 25% - Parents both alive, divorced or living apart

  • 4% - One or both deceased







  • Need: consequences

  • Reflection

  • Connection


Chickering s 7 vectors

Developing competence

Managing emotions

Moving through autonomy to independence

Developing mature interpersonal relationships

Establishing identity

Developing purpose

Developing integrity

Chickering’s 7 Vectors

Chickering, 1969


Kohlberg

Level 1 (Pre-Conventional)

1. Obedience and punishment orientation

2. Self-interest orientation (What's in it for me?)

Level 2 (Conventional)

3. Interpersonal accord and conformity (The good boy/good girl attitude)

4. Authority and social-order maintaining orientation (Law and order morality)

Level 3 (Post-Conventional)

5. Social contract orientation

6. Universal ethical principles (Principled conscience)

Kohlberg



Want out of life
Want Out of Life…

76% - Raise a family

73% - Be very well off financially

67% - Help others who are in difficulty

58% - Become an authority in my field

54% - Obtain recognition from colleagues for contributions to my field


Money

Meaning

CIRP - 2006


The overall pull of materialism in society is prompting many colleges to do more "to encourage exploration of the inner life".

Alexander Astin


Academic commitment
Academic Commitment colleges to do more "to encourage exploration of the inner life".

  • Women are more motivated and have better study skills; but men are more confident that they will succeed

  • 30% of males and 26% of females agreed with the statement “When I try to study, I usually get bored and quit after a few minutes”

  • Over half frequently or occasionally came late to class

  • Half turned in work that was not their best

  • One third skipped class at least occasionally

  • 51 percent spent less than an hour per week reading for pleasure in their senior year of high school.

Noel-Levitz - 2006


Handling money
Handling Money colleges to do more "to encourage exploration of the inner life".

Nearly one-third (32%) admit that they were "not at all" or "not very well prepared" for managing their money on campus……

The biggest mistakes were:

  • Overspending on food – 21%

  • Entertainment -19%

  • Putting too many purchases on their credit card -16%

Harris Interactive - Michelle Soto


Michigan state university
Michigan State University colleges to do more "to encourage exploration of the inner life".


MSU colleges to do more "to encourage exploration of the inner life".

  • LARGE, PUBLIC, RESEARCH INTENSIVE UNIVERSITY

  • One of the top 100 universities in the world

    • 45,520 students last fall

    • 39,825 full-time students

    • 35,162 undergraduate students

    • 6,773 graduate students

    • 1,600 professional students


Largest 4 year schools fall 2006
Largest 4 Year Schools – Fall 2006 colleges to do more "to encourage exploration of the inner life".

University of Phoenix, Online Campus-  115,794 in 2004

Miami Dade Community College - 57,026 in 2004


Race and ethnicity
Race and Ethnicity colleges to do more "to encourage exploration of the inner life".

*Multiple choices permitted


MSU colleges to do more "to encourage exploration of the inner life".

  • Largest student groups:

    • 800 Korea

    • 602 China

    • 373 India

    • 209 Taiwan

    • 145 Canada

    • 138 Japan

  • Nationally, for 8% - English is NOT their native language


Home gender
Home; Gender colleges to do more "to encourage exploration of the inner life".

Of the 45,520 MSU Students

  • 82% come from Michigan

  • 10% come from other states

  • 8% come from other countries

  • 45% - Men

  • 55% - Women


Religious preference usa
Religious preference – USA colleges to do more "to encourage exploration of the inner life".

  • 28% - Roman Catholic

  • 11% - Baptist

  • 3% - Jewish

  • 1% - Buddhist

  • 19% - None


Substances
Substances colleges to do more "to encourage exploration of the inner life".

  • 2000-2006

    Trend downward

    • Smoking

    • Cigar smoking

    • Drinking

    • Rohypnol

However…

  • 17.4% of our MSU students used marijuana, cocaine, amphetamines, Rohypnol, or other drugs at least once in the last month

National College Health Association - MSU Data


Generation y
Generation Y colleges to do more "to encourage exploration of the inner life".


Catching the attention of gen yers
Catching the Attention of “GEN-Yers” colleges to do more "to encourage exploration of the inner life".

What catches our students’ attention?

  • 1. Utilize Buzz/Word of Mouth Marketing

  • 2. Make it flashy and new

  • 3. Integrate technologies

  • 4. Attach to a good cause

  • 5. Make life easier

  • 6. Style and image are everything

  • 7. Go where they are- make it unique and funny

  • 8. Send out a “street team”

  • 9. Keep it new - offer incentives, discounts, and free stuff


Alignment with the university
Alignment with the University colleges to do more "to encourage exploration of the inner life".


Students who complete an undergraduate degree program at Michigan State University are expected to demonstrate:

  • INTEGRATED JUDGMENT

    • They have explored both scientific and aesthetic ways of knowing, and can integrate them

    • They are committed to life-long learning

  • ADVANCED COMMUNICATION SKILLS

    • They can write and speak effectively

  • CULTURAL COMPETENCE

    • They have explored and values diverse views and cultures and appreciate difference

  • ANALYTICAL THINKING

    • They can analyze from multiple perspectives

  • LITERACY IN SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

    • They can make decisions based on a critical evaluation of information using scientific principles for hypothesis testing.

  • EFFECTIVE CITIZENSHIP

    • They can participate in community life as both leader and member



Exemplar programs at msu
Exemplar Programs at MSU Michigan State University are expected to demonstrate:

  • Living-Learning

  • Service Learning

  • Study Abroad


Residence halls
Residence Halls Michigan State University are expected to demonstrate:


Special options
Special Options Michigan State University are expected to demonstrate:

  • Residential Colleges:

    • Lyman Briggs in Holmes Hall

    • James Madison in Case Hall

    • Residential College for Arts and Humanities in Shaw Hall

    • Residential Living-Learning Programs

    • Broad – Business in Shaw Hall

    • ROSES (Residential Engineering Program) in Bailey Hall

    • RISE (Environmental Science) in Hubbard Hall and University Apartments

  • Other Programs

    • La Casa (Spanish speaking floor) in McDonel Hall

    • International Floor in McDonel Hall

    • Transfer students and international undergraduates – McDonel Hall

    • Over 21 year old undergraduates and graduate students in Owen Hall

    • Numerous honors floors throughout the system


Other options
Other Options Michigan State University are expected to demonstrate:

  • Next year all halls will be smoke free

  • Some halls are alcohol free

  • Many halls have quiet floors

  • Some floors are co-ed

  • Halls are open 24/7 to residents

    • Doors are locked from midnight to 7 am

    • Guests can be admitted

  • Owen and the apartments are the only facilities open during the winter holiday

  • Everyone has a cafeteria – most in the hall


Outcomes for living learning programs
Outcomes for Living-Learning Programs Michigan State University are expected to demonstrate:

  • Higher retention

  • Smoother transition to college

  • Higher academic performance

  • Enjoyment of challenging academic pursuits

  • Greater openness to new ideas and concepts

  • Greater sense of belonging

  • Greater cultural competence

  • Lower levels of drinking

  • Higher levels of civic engagement


Msu first time freshman data
MSU First-Time Freshman Data Michigan State University are expected to demonstrate:


The beginning
The Beginning Michigan State University are expected to demonstrate:


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