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A college success course for new millennial students

A College Success Course for New Millennial Students

Marsha Fralick and Keith Franco

July 13, 2010

For audio call Toll Free 1-888-886-3951

and use PIN/code351816


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Marsha fralick and keith franco

Marsha Fralick and Keith Franco

A College Success Course for New Millennial Students


  • Characteristics of the New Millennial Generation

  • Using technology to engage New Millennials

  • Online demo: The CollegeScope Student Success Program

  • Retention results

  • Example: College Success at Cuyamaca College

New millennials
New Millennials

  • Our current college students were born after 1992.

  • Most were born with a computer in the home and were using them by age 5

  • The connected generation

  • 82% are online daily

  • Average 12 hours per week online

Some facts from pew research
Some Facts from Pew Research

  • They are generally happy with their lives and optimistic about the future

  • Unique appearance

    54% have tattoos, hair dyed an unnatural color or body piercings other than ear lobes

  • Their top goals are fame and fortune

Use technology to connect
Use Technology to Connect

  • 50% send or receive a text message daily

  • 29% use instant messages daily

  • 44% have a profile on Facebook or My Space and 38% use them daily

These new millennial students are now being called generation e
These New Millennial students are now being called Generation E

  • What does the “E” stand for?

New millennials or generation e
New Generation EMillennials or Generation E

  • 18-30 years old

  • Empowered

  • Entitled

  • Electronic

    • Leading change from paper to electronic media

Quote from student
Quote from student Generation E

  • Being in the Millennial Generation, I did start using computers as a young child. I learned how to spell with the help of computers and how to read with computerized books. Computers have always been a part of my life, which is probably why I am so drawn to them.Dawn Cardenas College Success Student

What comes next
What Comes Next? Generation E




Keys to success
Keys to Success Generation E

  • Use technology to make education engaging and inescapable.

Technology Generation E

  • Most college courses, especially upper division courses, have online components

  • Working in an online environment is essential for high paying careers

  • Students are disadvantaged if they do not have access to the Internet and are skilled in using it

Rationale for using technology
Rationale for Using Technology Generation E

  • Improves retention and success

  • New roles for faculty

  • Your students use it

  • It captures their attention

  • Education any time or place

Using technology
Using Technology Generation E

  • Online career and learning style assessment

  • E-text

  • Online portfolio

  • Engaging material for the New Millennial generation

Take a look
Take a Look Generation E

Results cuyamaca community college
Results: Generation ECuyamaca Community College

Implementing CollegeScope resulted in a 26% increase in fall to spring persistence!

Results lone star college system
Results: Generation ELone Star College System

The successful student
The Successful Student Generation E

  • Had a definite goal or college major

    Based on this research, choosing a major and career planning was included in our college success course.

Keys to success1
Keys to Success Generation E

  • The program helps students to make a good choice of a major and career.

Personality Generation E

  • Carl Jung and personality type

  • Online:

Key to success make it count
Key to Success: Generation EMake it Count

  • Transfers as general education for CSUC, Area E, Lifelong Understanding

  • Transfers to University of California

  • 3 units

Keys to success2
Keys to Success Generation E

  • The program helps students to understand their learning style and how to become a lifelong learner.

The peps learning style assessment
The PEPS Learning Style Assessment Generation E

  • Measures preferences in 20 areas

    • Perceptual

    • Environmental

    • Emotional

    • Sociological

    • Physical

Cuyamaca College Generation E

El Cajon, CA

Personal development 124 lifelong success
Personal Development 124, Lifelong Success Generation E

  • 8000 students enrolled in college

  • 1600 take PDC 124 each year

  • One of the top 15 revenue producing programs for the college

  • 56 sections a year

College success
College Success Generation E

  • Motivation

  • Time and Money

  • Memory and Reading

  • Test Taking

  • Taking Notes, Writing and Speaking

Career success
Career Success Generation E

  • Personality and Related Majors

  • Learning Style and Intelligence

  • Interests and Values

  • Career and Educational Planning

Lifelong success
Lifelong Success Generation E

  • Communication and Relationships

  • Critical and Creative Thinking

  • Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle

  • Appreciating Diversity

  • Positive Thinking

  • Life Stages

Course choices
Course Choices Generation E

  • Face to Face

    • 22 sections

  • Blended

    • 22 sections

  • Online

    • 12 sections

Bridge Generation E

High School

Community College


Conference Handouts Generation E

Instructor Manual

Exercises and Handouts




Internet Links

Resources for Faculty


Dr. Marsha Fralick Generation E

[email protected]

Keith Franco

Regional Sales Manager

Xap Corporation


[email protected]



Evaluation survey link
Evaluation Survey Link Generation E

Help us improve our seminars by filing out a short online evaluation survey at:


Thanks for attending Generation E

For upcoming events and links to recently archived seminars, check the @ONE Web site at:


A College Success Course for New Millennial Students