Institutional Performance Program2019 Regional Rules Seminar PLEASE TRY TO SIT AT A TABLE WHICH DESIGNATES YOUR INSTITUTION’S DIVISION
Agenda Introduction and resources: • Updates to IPP data management system. • Demonstration of IPP. • Admissions case study. • Peer group development case study. • How to build a report for department/institutional leadership. • Key takeaways and questions.
Updates • Health and safety data. • Division II Proposal 2019-5. • Division III Proposal 2019-4. • Ability to designate/restrict access to data. • Recent updates to IPP.
Case Study No. 1: Facts • Titan University is a Division I FBS institution. • Titan University football staff is recruiting Ronnie “Sunshine” Bass. • Rising senior at T.C. Williams High School. • Holds state records for touchdown and passing yards. • Is the defending state 100-meter champion. • Ronnie’s academic record is as follows: • 2.30 core-course GPA. • 960 SAT (seven attempts).
Case Study No. 1 Questions: • Is Ronnie Bass admissible? • Can Ronnie be academically successful at Titan University? • What do you need to know? • How can IPP help you?
Case Study No. 1 How Can IPP Assist? • Academic outcome data indicators. • Division I Academic Progress Rate. • Eligibility and retention. • Graduation rates. • Academic initial-eligibility. • Core-course GPA. • Scholastic Assessment Test score.
Case Study No. 1 Single-Year APR – Football
Case Study No. 1 Eligibility Rate – Football
Case Study No. 1 Retention Rate – Football
Case Study No. 1 Discussion: What else do you need or want to know? • Academic support services available for at-risk SAs? • Inside and outside of athletics? • Number of at-risk SAs on current team? • Number of at-risk SAs currently enrolled? • Current (special) admission standards for your institution? • How far is Ronnie away from meeting standards?
Case Study No. 2 Peer Group Formation Fiscal Management/Peer Group Comparisons
Case Study No. 2: Facts • D2U is a Division II public institution. • Jill is D2U’s head women’s soccer coach. • Hired in November 2015. • D2U’s record in Jill’s first three seasons: 2016: 2-13-3 2017: 5-9-4 2018: 4-10-3
Case Study No. 2: Facts, cont. • In December 2018, Jill asserts her program is underfunded. • Scholarships. • Coach’s salary. • Recruiting budget. • Jill wants to field a championship team. • Does she have the necessary funding?
Case Study No. 2: Peer Group Selection • Division II Women’s Soccer Teams. • Division II Women’s Soccer Teams + Public Institutions. • 2018 Division II Women’s Soccer NCAA Championship Field.
Case Study No. 2: Peer Group Selection STEP 2: Choose Women’s Soccer and Public Step 3: Type School Name(s) Step 1: Choose Division II
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Case Study No. 2 Discussion: • Is head coach Jill’s assertion correct? • Is her program underfunded? • What other considerations are relevant for your meeting?
Case Study No. 3 IPP Reporting
Case Study No. 3IPP Reporting Discussion: • Please review the case study at your tables. • What is most important to your president/chancellor? • What is most important to convey your priorities? • What can highlight/detract from your presentation? • How can IPP help?
Case Study No. 3IPP Reporting Report for President/Chancellor: • Athletics department expenses and revenues. • Percentage of institutional budget. • Academic outcome data. • Leadership demographics.
Case Study No. 3IPP Reporting Additional Peer Groups: • Potential conference realignment. • In-state competitors. • National competitors. • Football.
Questions? Jennifer Samble (firstname.lastname@example.org) Steve Clar (email@example.com) firstname.lastname@example.org
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