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Essential Data for Admissions Advisers. September, 2011 Reuben Ternes , OIRA. Overview. Presentation in 6 Parts Introduction to OIRA Part I: FTIAC Growth Part II: Recruitment Data Part III: The Importance of Transfer Students Part IV: Comparing OU to National Data

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Essential data for admissions advisers

Essential Data for Admissions Advisers

September, 2011

Reuben Ternes, OIRA


Overview
Overview

  • Presentation in 6 Parts

    • Introduction to OIRA

    • Part I: FTIAC Growth

    • Part II: Recruitment Data

    • Part III: The Importance of Transfer Students

    • Part IV: Comparing OU to National Data

    • Part V: Academic Success Indicators


What does oira do
What does OIRA do?

  • Tracks and projects enrollment

  • Reports to federal agencies (IPEDS)

  • Official record keeper for large amounts of university data

  • Analyzes policy decisions

    • i.e. Is it a good policy to encourage students to take 16 credits their first semester, regardless of their ACT score? What will happen to our retention rates if we change our admission requirements?

  • Reports graduation rates, retention rates, etc.

  • Gathers and reports on various student surveys.

  • …and much much more…


Oira website
OIRA Website

  • www.oakland.edu/OIRA

  • Lots of potentially useful info on the website:

    • New student profiles

    • Enrollment data, current and historical

    • Ad hoc reports

    • Retention and Graduation Rate Data

    • NSSE Data

    • Assessment data and links

    • PowerPoint Presentations (including this one)


Ftiac growth

FTIAC Growth

Part I




Understanding the projections
Understanding the Projections

  • There are two major obstacles responsible for the gap between the 2020 goal and the steady state projections

    • 1). High School Demographics

    • 2). Current Market Share




Ftiac growth good and bad news
FTIAC Growth: good and bad news

  • Bad News for FTIAC Enrollment

    • High school graduates are down

      • We will need to do more with less

    • Over 80% of our FTIACs come from only 3 counties

      • Our market share in other counties is low and/or non-existent.

  • The Good News for FTIAC Enrollment

    • The decline in projected high school students is slightly less severe in Oakland and Macomb counties (at least for the next few years).

    • These are the counties where we have the highest market share.




Yield by hs gpa
Yield by HS GPA

  • Yield: the probability that an applicant will enroll.

  • Many variables are correlated with yield

    • HS GPA

    • ACT scores

    • Plus many others.

  • The relationship between HS GPA and yield follows a non-obvious (and non-linear) pattern.




Part iii transfer data
Part III: Transfer Data

  • New students = FTIACs + New Transfers

    • 2311 new FTIACs in 2010

    • 1825 new transfer students in 2010

  • This Year:

    • FTIACs up 3%

    • Transfers up 5%

    • Official count is not until the end of September, so these numbers may fluctuate.



Transfer student profile fall 2009
Transfer Student Profile (Fall 2009)

  • Approximately 66% come from 2-year colleges while 33% come from 4-year institutions.

  • Over 25% were under the age of 22.

    • 32% are over the age of 26.

  • 63% were full-time.

  • Most students had a GPA of a 2.5 or higher from their former institution.

    • Half had a GPA of 3.0 or higher.



Surveys
Surveys

  • OU has two major student surveys through OIRA.

    • CIRP (freshmen only)

    • NSEE (freshmen and seniors)

    • Results for both are available on: www.oakland.edu/OIRA

  • These surveys give us information about our student body.

    • How many hours they work?

    • How difficult they find courses to be at OU

    • How much money their parents make

    • How often they drink

    • Why they choose OU

    • Etc…

  • Mostly, we find that OU is similar to other institutions. However, there are some differences.








The environment emphasizes spending significant amounts of time on academic work
The Environment Emphasizes Spending Significant Amounts of Time on Academic Work”



Percentage of full time ftiacs with 1 st semester gpas less than 2 0
Percentage of Full Time FTIACs with 1st Semester GPAs Less than 2.0



Graduation by 1 st term credits
Graduation by 1st-term Credits






Questions
Questions

  • What questions do you have for me?

  • What questions do you have for OIRA?

  • What data do you use on a regular basis?

  • What information do you need?

  • What tools do you need to turn your data into information?


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