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College Credit Transfer & Collaboration at York University Presentation to Student Pathways in Higher Education Conference – January 27, 2012. Glenn Craney Senior Policy Advisor to the President & Executive Director, Office of Institutional Research and Analysis. Overview.

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Glenn craney senior policy advisor to the president executive director

College Credit Transfer & Collaboration at York UniversityPresentation to Student Pathways in Higher Education Conference – January 27, 2012

Glenn Craney

Senior Policy Advisor to the President &

Executive Director,

Office of Institutional Research and Analysis


Overview

Overview

  • Four Key Objectives

  • Overview of college transfer and collaboration at York University

  • What does the intake class of college transfer students look like?

  • How well do they do?

  • A different view - what does the graduation class of college transfer students look like?


College transfer and collaboration at york university

College Transfer and Collaboration at York University

  • York University is a leader in College-University Collaboration

  • York has established a comprehensive block transfer credit policy in addition to 14 successful collaborative programs including

    • BDesign program with Sheridan College and

    • Collaborative Nursing programs with Seneca and Georgian Colleges

  • Through this framework, York admits 2,600 students per year as credit transfer or into joint/collaborative programs.

  • In total, almost 8,200 college transfer and joint degree students are enrolled at York University


Block transfer credit policy

Block Transfer Credit Policy

  • York’s policy provides for a predetermined number of credits/courses or course waivers based on an number of factors:

    • college program

    • alignment

    • years completed

  • This transfer credit is offered as a matter of policy without special application required and without formal articulation agreements with the colleges.


Block transfer credit examples

Block Transfer Credit - Examples

  • Notes:

  • Assumes a minimum 70% average

  • Credit will be assess on a sliding scale based on number of years completed.


New admissions 2010 11

New Admissions (2010-11)

  • Almost 2,600 new admits (across all three terms) from college transfers and/or into collaborative programs

    • 2,100 students transferred under the block credit transfer policy

      • 800 into 1st year and

      • 1,300 into upper years

    • 100 new students in the BDesign Program (Sheridan)

    • 100 new students in Professional Writing (Seneca)


Total enrolments fall winter 2010

Total Enrolments – Fall/Winter 2010

Note: Unique students across all three semesters


New class what we know and what we need to find out

New Class – What we know and what we need to find out

  • Build upon previous study funded by CUCC- published in 2008

  • We know:

    • sending college

    • program of study at York

    • performance at York

    • how much credit transferred (new)

  • More research is needed on:

    • what did they study at the college (affinity)

    • how many years of study

    • did they graduate


New class originating institution

New Class – Originating Institution


New class choice of program

New Class – Choice of Program


New class credit transferred

New Class – Credit Transferred


How well do they do retention

How well do they do - Retention


How well do they do graduation

How well do they do – Graduation


Graduation class of 2011 program

Graduation Class of 2011 - Program


Class of 2011 time to completion

Class of 2011 – Time to Completion


Class of 2011 credit accumulation

Class of 2011 – Credit Accumulation


Future research

Future Research

  • Partnership between York and Seneca

    • York’s biggest ‘trading partner”

    • build an administrative data set with student records from both institutions

    • answers the missing questions/look for patterns

    • college to university and university to college

  • Special focus on nursing collaborative programs

    • looking for key success factors


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