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Charting the Course for Student Completion. December 5, 2013. https ://www.ohiohighered.org/financial. Recommendations from the Ohio Higher Education Funding Commission November, 2012. https://www.ohiohighered.org/completion. Recommendations from the Completion Task Force November, 2012.

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Charting the course for student completion

Charting the Course for Student Completion

December 5, 2013


Https www ohiohighered org financial

https://www.ohiohighered.org/financial

Recommendations from the Ohio Higher Education

Funding Commission

November, 2012


Https www ohiohighered org completion

https://www.ohiohighered.org/completion

Recommendations from the Completion Task Force

November, 2012


Student success initiatives

Student Success Initiatives

  • “Remediation Free” Standards

  • High school-Higher Education Alignment Consortia

  • College Credit Plus Recommendations

  • Articulation and Transfer (OTM, TAG, CTAG)

  • PLA With a Purpose

  • GPS to Success

  • 1 + 1 Initiative

  • Credit When It’s Due

  • Three-Year Bachelor’s Degrees

  • Defining Certificates

  • Ohio Mathematics Initiative

  • Co-ops and Internships


Ensure that students are prepared for college

Ensure that Students are Prepared for College

Implement Ohio’s new learning standards in English language arts, mathematics, science and social studies

Develop college readiness expectations and placement benchmarks … “remediation free standards”


Accelerate progress

Accelerate Progress

  • Shortened time to degree

    • College Credit Plus (dual enrollment)

    • Credit for AP courses

    • Credit for prior learning

    • Three-year bachelor’s degrees

    • Fifteen to Finish

  • Degrees and certificates awarded as earned


Expand lower cost pathways

Expand Lower Cost Pathways

  • Articulation and transfer system

    • Ohio Transfer Module (OTM)

    • Transfer Assurance Guides (TAGs)

    • Career Technical Assurance Guides (CTAGs)

    • 1 + 1

  • Gaining credit while in high school

    • College Credit Plus

    • AP courses

    • Career technical education

  • Credit for prior learning

    • Military training and experience, credit by exam, credit for portfolio review


Enhance relevance

Enhance Relevance

Closer alignment with the Office of Workforce Transformation

Improved career advising

Defining certificates

Ohio mathematics initiative

Co-ops and internships


Campus completion plans

Campus Completion Plans

Section 3345.81 of the ORC requires each institution of higher education to develop its own completion plan

No “one size fits all” solution; the plan should recognize the mission and strategic priorities of the institution


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Campus Completion Plans

  • Completion Plan templates are available

    • The community college template was developed collaboratively by the college presidents, provosts and OBR and OACC staff members

    • The university template was developed collaboratively by the university provosts, OBR and IUC staff members

  • Templates

    • Campuses can modify the template to best fit their needs

    • Campuses can design their own report formats


Campus completion plans2

Campus Completion Plans

  • Plans must be adopted by the institution’s Board of Trustees

  • Plans are due to the Chancellor not later than June 30, 2014

    • The plans will be posted on our website; they will serve as a resource for our office and for other institutions across the state

    • The plans will be shared with the governor’s office

  • The plans are to be updated at least once every two years


Today s objectives

Today’s Objectives

  • Create learning communities around completion

    • Build on existing success

    • Connect to leading thinking and examples

    • Introduction to resources and tools

  • Completion plans are data driven and continuous improvement tools

  • Discover ways OBR, IUC and OACC can best support your efforts


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