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  1. Clayton State University ShaVonda Sewell Adopt-A-U Project EDLD 7430- Fall 2011

  2. Clayton State University establishment dates back to 1965 • September 30, 1969: they opened as Clayton Junior College • 1986: They became the a four-year institution and the name switched to Clayton State College • 1996: the institution advance to university status and name changed to Clayton College and State University • May 18, 2005: name was changed to Clayton State University History

  3. Morrow- Main Campus • Clayton State-East • Jonesboro • Peachtree City • McDonough Locations of Clayton State

  4. “…provides an intellectually challenging, culturally rich learning environment, encouraging all students to take advantage of the outstanding educational and career opportunities provided for residential and commuter students from a diverse range of ethnic, socioeconomic, experiential and geographical backgrounds…” Mission

  5. Campus Swans • Rhett and Scarlet were the original swans that was donated by Dr. Barbara G. King • CSU Mascot- Loch Legends

  6. Incoming Freshman Post-Baccalaureate • Graduated from an accredited or approved high school by University • Minimum Scores: • SAT: Math 400 and Critical Reading 430 • ACT: Math 17, English 17 and Composite 17 • Complete Application • Includes application fee • Certificate of Immunization • Official Transcript from previous institution Admission Requirements

  7. Since starting in Fall 1969 with 942 students, enrollment numbers have increased to over 6,600 in Fall 2011. • 58.6% were Full Time • Youngest Student was 16 • Oldest Student was 77 Enrollment Rates

  8. In the 2010 Fall semester, they had over 6,600 students enrolled. Out of those students, • 53 Foreign Countries are represented • 72.2% were Minorities • 69.7% were Female • 35 States represented • 7 Countries Demographics

  9. Intramural Sports • 63 Student organizations • Students are able to start new organizations • 8 Sororities and Fraternities Getting Involved

  10. Alan Xie’s paintings were featured at Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia • Rachel Konsky, nursing student, was honored in 2009-2010 Kaiser Permanente Benefit Report • Salvatore LoCascio wins Mu Phi Epsilon Music Scholarship Competition Student Accomplishments

  11. 75% of faculty teach in educational programs have the highest degree in their field • 197 full-time faculty • Participates in 9 International Programs • 53.5% are Female • 28.2 are Minorities • 81% have Doctorate degrees Faculty Demographics

  12. Sheryne Southard, Ass. Professor of Legal Studies/Paralegal Studies, names recipient of Board of Regents Scholarship of Teach and Learning Award • Dr. Bradley Rice, professor, honored with Georgia Association of Historians McCall Award • Gregory S. Kordecki, Ass. Professor of Accounting, honored as recipient of the Georgia Society of CPAs 2010 Outstanding Accounting Educator Award Awards

  13. Dr. Gregory V. McNamara, Ass. Professor of English, was appointed site Director for USG European Council London Program • Dr. Sean Mattie, Ass. Professor of Political Science, helps local high school to prepare students for their Advance Placement American Government exam Contributions

  14. Faculty Council • Undergraduate Curriculum Committee • Undergraduate Policy Council • University Promotions and Tenure • Faculty Development • Honors Program Council • Graduate Council • Institutional Review Board Committees and Councils

  15. Consist at least five members • Active policy-making body • Responsible for selection and evaluation of President Governing Board

  16. Organizational Chart

  17. Executive Head of the Institution • Reports to Chancellor • Current President: Dr. Thomas J. (Tim) Hynes, Jr. Presidential Responsibilities

  18. Veterans Administration Benefits • Federal Work Study Program • Federal Nursing Loans • Federal Student Loans • Federal Pell Grants • Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOG) • HOPE Scholarship & Grant Program • Accel Program • Georgia Service Cancelable Loans • Georgia LEAP Grant Program (Leveraging Educational • Assistance Partnership) • GSFC Peer Financial Counseling Program • GASFAA/GSFC High School Counselor Internship Program • Georgia Promise & Promise II Teacher Scholarship Loan • Programs • Georgia Governor’s Scholarship Program • Georgia Public Safety Memorial Grant Program • Georgia Law Enforcement Personnel Dependent Grant Program • (LEPD) • Robert C. Byrd Scholarship Program • ROTC/Military Science Financial Aid Programs

  19. For 2010 Fiscal Year the following were Clayton State’s expenditures: • Instruction: $27,218,900 • Research: $9,869 • Public Service: $869,790 • Academic Support: $9,144,834 • Student Services: $7,184,941 • Institutional Support: $8,332,433 • Operation & Maintenance of Plants: $7,185,535 • Unallocated Expenses: $0 Function of Expenditures

  20. Revenue from Tuition

  21. Clayton State International Students contribute $1 Million Plus to local economy • Health and Fitness Management Professor, Dr. Melanie Poudevigne, joins efforts to find a cure for Fibro dysplasia OssificansProgressiva Clayton State Gives Back

  22. Fayette County High School student receives Associate’s degree for Clayton State • Clayton State is among the first University Systems of Georgia institutions to initiate a comprehensive program for service members Educational Programs that Give Back

  23. Graduation Rates

  24. In 2010, there was a total of 1,190 degrees obtained by students. • Certificates: 63 • Associates: 106 • Bachelor’s : 949 • Master’s: 72 Degrees Attained in 2010

  25. In article in the Campus Review, it was stated that on average: • A Georgia college graduate would earn $14,000 more than if they only had a diploma • Clayton County ranks 8th in educational value • 6 Baccalaureate degrees rank in the Top 10 Statewide • 2 Health Science programs rank as Top 10 of educational value College Degree Vs. Diploma