Student Engagement Retreat: Progress Updates February 15, 2013. Updates from SE Steering Committee. We are on the right track: Presentation at AASCU academic affairs meeting (Barnett, Chang, Daffron, Romano) Presentation at ACPA annual conference (Cammarata, Romano).
We are on the right track:
Presentation at AASCU academic affairs meeting (Barnett, Chang, Daffron, Romano)
Presentation at ACPA annual conference (Cammarata, Romano)
Ramapo College Strategic Plan 2013-2018
Goal 1: Advance Academic Excellence and Engagement
The College will insure that students increase academic, personal, social, and civic engagement by offering enhanced curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular programming.
NSSE - National Survey of Student Engagement,Engagement through Learning, Research and Service.
NSSE at Ramapo College of New Jersey
Five Important Benchmarks:
For Full Results Go To:http://ww2.ramapo.edu//administration/oirp/reports.aspx
Highlights of the Results – Highest Performing Benchmarks
Highlights of the Results – Lowest Performing Benchmarks
DEEP APPROACHES TO LEARNING
NSSE’s THEORY – “Students who participate in activities that promote higher-order thinking, integration and reflection are more likely to spend their time purposefully”.
High impact activities for first-year students include participation in learning communities, while the same for seniors include participation in service learning, internships, study abroad etc…
Deep Approaches to Learning: A Comparison Report
Results: The first-year students are at par with their peers in the nation, while seniors lag behind their peers.
Joseph Connell, Director of Student Success
Meghan McDonough, First-Year Experience Coordinator
*ALP defined as student 24 years or older that came through the Adult Admissions Office
Co-Admission with Co-Enrollment
Co-Admission and Shared Services
Impact on Student Experience
Co-Admission: meeting requirements at two-year
Block Transfer Agreements or Degrees
Impact on Institution
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