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Increasing Student Success: What the Data Shows. Serkan Celtek Director Office of Research & Analytical Services South Texas College. February 25, 2013. S.J. Sethi, Ph.D. Executive Director Office of Institutional Research & Effectiveness

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Increasing Student Success: What the Data Shows

Serkan Celtek

Director

Office of Research & Analytical Services

South Texas College

February 25, 2013

S.J. Sethi, Ph.D.

Executive Director

Office of Institutional Research & Effectiveness

The University of Texas-Pan American

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High School to College in Texas and Local Counties
  • High School Graduates from Local ISDs Enrolled in Higher Education
  • UTPA and STC Profiles Reflecting Success
  • Success Strategies at STC
  • Success Strategies at UTPA
  • STC and UTPA Collaborations for Success

Outline

from high school to college 2002 2010
From High School to College 2002-2010

Source: HS graduates enrolled in Texas higher education, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, TX.

hs graduates enrolled in higher education 2002 2010
HS Graduates Enrolled in Higher Education2002-2010

70%

68%

68%

66%

64%

63%

62%

60%

58%

59%

Source: HS graduates enrolled in Texas higher education, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, TX.

high school graduates from cameron county isds enrolled in higher education fall 2011
High School Graduates from Cameron County ISDsEnrolled in Higher Education – Fall 2011

87%

83%

62%

59%

59%

56%

56%

56%

52%

52%

2,590

1,001

202

537

120

135

598

31

88

502

Source: HS graduates enrolled in Texas higher education, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, TX.

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High School Graduates from Hidalgo County ISDsEnrolled in Higher Education – Fall 2011

85%

73%

66%

62%

64%

61%

60%

59%

57%

57%

57%

54%

51%

54%

42%

588

322

1,738

217

146

1,283

53

1,295

266

794

1,744

115

619

264

1,007

Source: HS graduates enrolled in Texas higher education, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, TX.

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High School Graduates from Starr County ISDsEnrolled in Higher Education – Fall 2011

67%

60%

353

579

Source: HS graduates enrolled in Texas higher education, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, TX.

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19,302

UTPA Profile

Source: Accountability System, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, TX.

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75.3%

UTPA Profile

Source: Accountability System, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, TX.

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3,165

UTPA Profile

Source: Accountability System, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, TX.

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UTPA Profile

Source: Accountability System, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, TX.

percentage of entering freshmen enrolled in developmental coursework
UTPA ProfilePercentage of entering freshmen enrolled in developmental coursework

Source: Office of Admissions, UTPA, Edinburg, TX.

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Graduate Success FY 2010

UTPA Profile

Source: Texas Almanac, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, TX.

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South Texas College

Changing Lives, Changing Communities

Leah Meyer Austin Award 2013

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30,824

STC Profile

Source: Office of Research & Analytical Services, South Texas College, McAllen, TX.

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STC Profile

Source: Office of Research & Analytical Services, South Texas College, McAllen, TX.

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STC Profile

Source: Office of Research & Analytical Services, South Texas College, McAllen, TX.

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3,967

STC Profile

Source: Accountability System, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, TX.

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18.8%
  • Highest among Very Large Colleges in TXfor three consecutive years.

STC Profile

Source: Accountability System, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, TX.

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STC Profile

Source: Office of Research & Analytical Services, South Texas College, McAllen, TX.

percentage of students enrolled in developmental coursework
Percentage of students enrolled in developmental coursework

Simultaneously, Total Enrollment Increased by 75%.

STC Profile

Source: Office of Research & Analytical Services, South Texas College, McAllen, TX.

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STC Profile

Graduate Success FY 2010

Source: Texas Almanac, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, TX.

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A Large & Comprehensive Dual Enrollment Program:
  • Served over 67,000 students since 2003
  • Tuition Free
  • 6 Dual Enrollment Academies
  • 15 Early College High Schools
  • 21 School Districts
  • 68 High School sites

Some Initiatives at STC for Student Success

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Accelerated Developmental Education:
  • Quality Enhancement Plan
  • New Mathways Project
  • Puente Project – Integrated Reading and Writing
  • Non-Course Based Remediation

Some Initiatives at STC for Student Success

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Completion Strategies:
  • Provides Academic Support, Advising, Coaching, and On-Campus Work Opportunities
  • Swift Entry into Programs of Study
  • Provide Students with Consistent Feedback Along Each Step of their Way
  • Reduce Time Spent in Pre-Collegiate Coursework
  • New Technology Solutions

Some Initiatives at STC for Student Success

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Student Engagement and Experiential Learning
  • Undergraduate Research Scholars Initiative
  • Publishing Opportunities
  • Tutoring Services in Critical Thinking and Critical Reading
  • Workshops
  • Service Learning

Some Initiatives at UTPA for Student Success

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Centralized Advising

Advisement

Mentoring

Academic Resources

Early Warning System

Some Initiatives at UTPA for Student Success

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Student Employment Office

Some Initiatives at UTPA for Student Success

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Degree Works

Map and Progress Report to Success

Some Initiatives at UTPA for Student Success

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STC and UTPA advisors work together

2 +2 Articulation Agreements

http://www.stc2utpa.org/

Collaborations between UTPA and STC for Student Success

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McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TX

Metro Area

Fifty-seven cities have registered to compete !

http://www.ceosforcities.org/city-dividends/talent/

Collaborations between UTPA and STC for Student Success

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Courageous Data Discussions with Regional Partners:
  • Summit on College & Career Readiness
  • Leadership Alliance
  • P-16 Initiatives
  • Rio Grande Valley Pathways

Collaborations between UTPA and STC for Student Success

contact
Contact

Serkan Celtek

[email protected]

isp.southtexascollege.edu/ras

S.J. Sethi

[email protected]

www.utpa.edu/oire

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