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IHL/Community College Initiatives MACJC Legislative Workshop June 5-8, 2011. Barriers to the Transfer Pipeline. Risk Factors Family Full-time Work, Part-time Attendance Finances (Rising Tuition Costs & Limited FA) Proximity Transfer Process (Seamless, First-Year Experience).

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IHL/Community College InitiativesMACJC Legislative WorkshopJune 5-8, 2011


Barriers to theTransfer Pipeline

Risk Factors

Family

Full-time Work, Part-time Attendance

Finances (Rising Tuition Costs & Limited FA)

Proximity

Transfer Process (Seamless, First-Year Experience)


IHL Strategic Goal

Increase Number of Baccalaureate Degrees

Increase Number of CJC Transfers and Graduates

Create a Culture of Transfer

Reduce Transfer Barriers


TRANSFER OF THE ASSOCIATEOF ARTS DEGREE

• Passed by IHL Board in March 2010

• Stemmed from the work of the Graduation Rate Task Force in 2009

• CJC agreed upon common minimum 30-hour core curriculum


Core Curriculum


Associate of Arts Degree


  • When students transfer to an IHL institution from a Mississippi community/junior college, IHL institutions will use the Articulation Agreementbetween the Mississippi Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning and the Mississippi State Board for Community and Junior Colleges to articulate the transfer of courses.

  • Work is being done to create a Common Freshman and Sophomore Curriculum across IHL institutions for each of the Top Ten Most Wanted Majors.


Top Ten Mississippi CJC Transfer MajorsFall 2010

Source: IHLMIS, 2010


First-Time Mississippi CJC TransfersFall 2010

Source: IHLMIS, 2010


First-Time CJC Transfer EnrollmentNumber and Percentage ChangeFall 2009 – Fall 2010

Source: IHLMIS, 2010


IHL System First-Time Mississippi CJC TransfersFall 2006-2010

19.5 % increase from ‘06

Source: IHLMIS, 2010


Total IHL Enrollment Mississippi CJC TransfersFall 2006-10

Source: IHLMIS, 2010


Total Number of MS Community College Transfer Undergraduate Students Enrolled in On-line CoursesFall 2010

Source: IHLMIS, 2010

13


Seamless Transition for CJCTransfers

Create a Culture of Transfer

Reduce Transfer Barriers

Continuous Interaction and Feedback Between IHL & CJC

Place Bound Students

Need Based Financial Aid

Meet Students Where They Are – Delivery Options & Adult Learners


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