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BCSSE 2013 Institutional Report Concordia University Chicago. Elizabeth Owolabi, Ph.D. Director of Institutional Research Tracy Bartholomew, M.A.T., Assessment and Accreditation Coordinator. Goals of the Meeting. Share BCSSE Institutional Report Not a data dump

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BCSSE 2013

Institutional Report

Concordia University Chicago

Elizabeth Owolabi, Ph.D. Director of Institutional Research

Tracy Bartholomew, M.A.T., Assessment and Accreditation Coordinator

goals of the meeting
Goals of the Meeting
  • Share BCSSE Institutional Report
  • Not a data dump
  • Engage in dialogue and conversation regarding how this report may impact your work
  • Ask questions about further research and reports that our department can build to support your efforts
how well do you know our students
How well do you know our students?
  • What percentage of our students are coming from private, religiously affiliated high schools?
  • What percentage of our students are coming to us with “0” AP classes 1-2 AP classes
  • What percentage of our students have taken college or university courses for credit?
background information on the sample
Background Information on the Sample?
  • Response rate: 372/410 = 90.7%
  • Research done during the first week of school
  • 363 are 2013 graduates (98%)
  • Most of the graduates are from public high school 74%
  • 23% are from private, religiously affiliated school
high school academic engagement as a predictor of future performance
High School Academic Engagement as a Predictor of Future Performance
  • Q7. During your last year of high school, about how many papers, reports, or other writing tasks of the following length did you complete?
  • 11 pages or more- None 189 66%

1-2 papers 83 29%

  • Q8. During your last year of high school, about how many hours per week do you spend:
  • Preparing for class (studying, doing homework, rehearsing, etc.)

1-5 hours per week 158 43%

6-10 hours per week 108 29%

high school behavior as a predictor of future behavior
High School Behavior as a Predictor of Future Behavior
  • Relaxing and socializing (time with friends, video games, TV or videos, keeping up with friends online, etc.)

11-15 hours per week 74 20%

16-20 hours per week 38 10%

  • Preparing for class

11-15 hours per week 27 7%

16-20 hours per week 12 3%

general education
General Education
  • Many of our students are not exposed to Performing or visual arts programs (band, chorus, theater, art, etc.)

Not at all 136 37%

Very Little 43 12%

Some 42 11%

student leadership and development
Student Leadership and Development
  • Percentage not at all involved
  • Student government (72%)
  • Publications (student newspaper, yearbook, etc.) (74%)
  • Academic clubs or honor societies (49%)
  • Vocational clubs (business, health, technology, etc.) (75%)
  • Religious youth groups (55%)
student expectations
Student Expectations:
  • Come to class without reading the assignment (77%) said they will never do that and we believe
  • Do you expect to graduate from this institution? (85%) said yes
  • How many of your close friends will attend this college during the coming year? (55%) said none
student expectations ranked in importance
Student Expectations Ranked in Importance:

1 Support to help students succeed academically

2 Learning support services (tutoring services, writing center, etc.)

3 Opportunities to be involved socially

3 Opportunities to attend campus activities and events

4 Opportunities to interact with students from different backgrounds (social, racial/ethnic, religious)

5 Help managing your non-academic responsibilities (work, family, etc.)

6 A challenging academic experience

bcsse report builder
• BCSSE Report Builder
  • The BCSSE Report Builder is a public interactive tool that instantly generates reports of your choosing. The tool draws from a secure database of responses from the three most recent years of BCSSE, and can be queried using any combination of student and institutional characteristics. Variable options include individual items and scales.
  • 1. Select report variables (choose one): BCSSE scale statistics or Item frequencies
  • 2. Select a column variable (choose one): Carnegie 2010 Basic Classification; enrollment size (total undergraduate enrollment); control (public or private); gender; first-generation; race/ethnicity
  • 3. Customize by institutional characteristics: Carnegie 2010 Basic Classification; region; control
  • 4. Customize by student characteristics: gender; first-generation; high-school grades; race/ethnicity
research questions
Research Questions
  • What are your questions about the first-year students?
  • Items available to conduct further analyses:
  • Summary Tables: http://bcsse.iub.edu/summary_tables.cfm
bcsse 2013 nsse 2014 combined report
BCSSE 2013-NSSE 2014 Combined Report
  • BCSSE institutional report is one of two reports. BCSSE was designed as a companion to the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE). By participating in NSSE in the spring of 2014, we will also receive a BCSSE 2013-NSSE 2014 Combined Report that provides a detailed cross-sectional and longitudinal analysis of our first-year students