Connect to College Success: Pairing Intrusive Advising with a New Student Experience Course 2012 IACRAO . Lewis and Clark Community College Godfrey, Illinois. Introductions. We are… Mary Hough Special Learning Needs Counselor Kathy Haberer Director, Student Development and Counseling
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Lewis and Clark Community College
Special Learning Needs Counselor
Director, Student Development and Counseling
Who are you?
Many students who entered the college weak in all three developmental areas (Wi3) received minimal support:
Targeted Intervention for Developmental Education Students (T.I.D.E.S.) article by Hunter Boylan
Intrusive Advising: A Model for Success at John A. Logan College by Cheryl Thomas and Jane Minton
Went to presentations at NADE:
Intrusive Academic Advising and the Underprepared Student: An Award Winning Model for Increasing Student Success
Dr. Paul Fowler at Louisiana State University - Eunice
Students Wi3 passed general education courses at a statistically significant lower rate (academic year 2010 data)
Fall 2011 Pre-pilot – all 86 Students
Course success (A,B, or C) was 66%, which aligns with the College’s average course success rate of 65%.
Note: Fall 2011 students who were WI3 and registered after August 1 have a course success rate of 55%.
Course changes include:
Reading (3), English (3), Math (4), COLL 131 (2)
FALL 2011 & SPR 2012 FIPSE Grant
FALL 2012 & SPR 2013 – shared
Starting FALL 2013 – Priority Budget
LASSI = $3 per student
Meetings/Training for part-time instructors and advisors = $1000 per year including lunch on training day
Training Materials and Photocopy costs = $600
Instructor cost = $690 per credit
What we like: