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Dr. Elizabeth A. Dooley , Associate Provost for Undergraduate Academic Affairs Robin Jones, Director First-Year Seminar & Instructional Support Dr. Bernadette M.E. Jungblut , Director of Assessment & Retention Rhonda Black, Program Coordinator.

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Dr elizabeth a dooley associate provost for undergraduate academic affairs

Dr. Elizabeth A. Dooley, Associate Provost for Undergraduate Academic Affairs

Robin Jones, Director First-Year Seminar & Instructional Support

Dr. Bernadette M.E. Jungblut, Director of Assessment & Retention

Rhonda Black, Program Coordinator

Using FOE and the University’s Strategic Plan to Rethink Organizational Structures and Foster First-Year Student Success


Introduction

Introduction

  • Re-grouping under a new administration

    • The Old and New Unite

      • The Past is Not Forgotten

      • The Balance of Change

      • The Value of the Academy

      • When the Balance of Forces Unite

        • Academic Affairs and Student Affairs

          • Restructuring when it matters most

          • Recognizing a changing environment


Making it happen

Making it happen

  • Two Movements

  • The Players Unite


University 101 reexamined

University 101 Reexamined

  • Major Based Pilot Program - Spring 2010

    • Forensics

    • Biology

    • Business & Economics

  • University 101 moved to Academic Affairs – September 1, 2010

  • Campus Collaboration – November 19, 2010

    • FOE participants

    • Student Affairs and Academic Affairs

    • Faculty, Staff, and Students


Core objectives

Core Objectives

  • Development of Core Objectives DRAFT – January 5-6, 2011

    • Understand and articulate expectations of higher learning.

    • Develop and utilize critical thinking and analysis skills.

    • Develop academic success skills based on personal strengths and abilities.

    • Engage in major exploration and career planning.

    • Recognize and develop an understanding of your role in a global community.


Working groups

Working Groups

  • Virtual Orientation

  • First-Year Academy

  • FYS Approval Group

  • Instructor Resources

  • Live/Learn Communities


Fys required components

FYS Required Components

  • Common Textbook

  • Use of MyStudentSuccess Lab

  • First-Year Academy Participation (Fall Only)

  • Assessment


Implementation of fys

Implementation of FYS

  • Call for campus input

  • Finalization of Core Objectives

  • Approval of Major Based First-Year Seminars

  • Faculty Development – May 2011

  • First-Year Seminars launched Fall 2011


2020 student success goals

2020 student success goals


Blueprint for student success

Blueprint for student success

  • Core Group

  • Five Working Groups:

    • First-Year Experience

    • Advising and Course Scheduling

    • Student Success Initiatives

    • Differentiated Programming – Our WVU Communities

    • Service Excellence


Programs for all students

Programs for all students

  • New Student Orientation

  • First-Year Academy and Welcome Week

  • First-Year Seminar

  • Resident Faculty Leader/LLC Programming

  • Our WVU Communities

  • Early Alert Program

  • Mid-Semester Programming – including the Mid-Semester Help Center

  • Recruit Back Program

  • Student Success Coaching

  • Tutoring – Academic Resource Centers and Departmental Learning Centers

  • Students on the Road to Success (SORTS) Seminars


Programs for specific groups

Programs for Specific groups

  • Mountaineer Success Academy

  • Preparing to Achieve Student Success Program (PASS)

    • Mid-Year Academy

    • Spring Programming

  • Summer Academic Success Institute


Focus on student success

Focus on student success

  • Discussion and dialogue

  • Dynamic context

  • Cross-campus collaboration

  • Recommendations, Actions, Assessment, Follow Up


The perfect storm

The Perfect Storm

  • Change Embraced

  • University College


For more information please contact

Dr. Elizabeth A. Dooley, Associate Provost for Undergraduate Academic Affairs

[email protected]

Robin Jones, Director First-Year Seminar & Instructional Support

[email protected]

Dr. Bernadette M.E. Jungblut, Director of Assessment & Retention

[email protected]

Rhonda Black, Program Coordinator

[email protected]

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