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A Profile of OU 1 st Year Students. OGL Session April 30, 2013. Reuben Ternes Research Associate, OIRA Cassandra Barragan Assessment Coordinator, OIRA. Presentation Overview. Who Are OU FTIACs? Institutional Data Values and Expectations Academic Success College Engagement.

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A profile of ou 1 st year students

A Profile of OU 1st Year Students

OGL Session

April 30, 2013

Reuben Ternes

Research Associate, OIRA

Cassandra Barragan

Assessment Coordinator, OIRA


Presentation overview

Presentation Overview

  • Who Are OU FTIACs?

    • Institutional Data

    • Values and Expectations

    • Academic Success

    • College Engagement


Part 1 institutional data

Part 1: Institutional Data

  • Various pieces of information that our office (OIRA) collects on OU’s student body.

  • All kinds of information can be found on our website:

    • www.oakland.edu/oira

    • Including this power point!


Growth in ftiacs 2000 2011

Growth in FTIACs 2000 - 2011


Ftiacs average act score

FTIACs: Average ACT Score


Ftiac gender ratios

FTIAC Gender Ratios


Ftiac ethnicity

FTIAC Ethnicity

About half of OU’s non-white ethnicities are African American students


Undergraduate age all ug students

Undergraduate Age (All UG Students)


Full time part time status all ug students

Full Time/Part-Time Status (All UG Students)


Part 2 values and expectations

Part 2: Values and Expectations

  • The CIRP survey

  • Cooperative Institutional Research Project conducted by the Higher Education Research Institute at the University of California at Los Angeles

    • We get an average of 70 to 80% response rate on this survey.

    • In general, we are more similar to national norms than we are dissimilar.


Important reasons in deciding to go to college

Important reasons in deciding to go to college

Percentage of Students Answering ‘Very Important’


Important reasons to select ou

Important reasons to select OU


Important life objectives

Important Life Objectives


Estimated parental income

Estimated Parental Income


Drank beer during high school year

Drank beer during high school year


Ou students political views

OU students’ political views


Admissions acceptances and student choices

Admissions Acceptances and Student Choices


Part 3 academic success

Part 3: Academic success

  • Graduation Rates

  • Retention Rates

  • Probation Rates

  • Info compiled by OIRA


First semester probation rates ftiacs

First Semester Probation Rates (FTIACs)


Retention to second year

Retention to second year


Six year graduation rates by 1 st term credits

Six-Year Graduation Rates by 1st-term credits

14+ Credits

12 or 13 Credits


Part 4 college engagement

Part 4: College engagement

National Survey of Student Engagement

(NSSE: pronounced ‘nessie’)

  • College student survey that assesses the extent to which students engage in educational practices associated with high levels of learning and development

    • Administered every two years.

    • OU has shown steady increases in NSSE results since 2005

    • More data is available on OIRA’s website.

  • All data is for 1st year students unless otherwise noted.


More than 10 hours per week working off campus

More than 10 hours per week working off campus


The environment emphasizes spending significant amounts of time on academic work

“the environment emphasizes spending significant amounts of time on academic work”

Very

Much

(4)

Some

(2)


Time spent preparing for class

Time Spent preparing for class

11-15 Hours

Per Week

(4.0)

6-10 Hours

Per Week

(3.0)


Quality of relationships with other students

Quality of Relationships with other students

Friendly & Supportive

Unfriendly & unsupportive


Questions and discussion

Questions and discussion

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