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“Look at the field. They are ripe for harvest.”

“Look at the field. They are ripe for harvest.”

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“Look at the field. They are ripe for harvest.”

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  1. “Do you not say, 'Four months more and then the harvest'? I tell you, open your eyes and look at the fields! They are ripe for harvest.”- John 4:35 - “Look at the field. They are ripe for harvest.” Washington UBF 10th Anniversary

  2. Overview • Objectives • East Coast Campuses • Current UBF chapters on East Coast • Vision for East Coast • Mid-Atlantic • Southeast • Northeast

  3. Objectives • To see what campuses on East Coast should be pioneered in the near future • How to envision this task and how to prepare

  4. Maine:30 New York:270 New Hampshire:23 Vermont:21 Pennsylvania:217 Massachusetts:103 Rhode Island:11 West Virginia:30 Connecticut:43 Virginia:89 New Jersey:56 Delaware:8 Maryland:55 Washington DC:12 North Carolina:118 South Carolina:58 Georgia:99 Florida:143 East Coast Campuses

  5. Current UBF Chapters on EC • Washington area – UMCP, Towson, John Hopkins, UMAB, UMBC, George Mason, George Town • Pennsylvania – Penn State, Lehigh, Shippensburg, Pittsburgh, Temple • New Jersey – University of New Jersey, Princeton • Southeast – NCU, UK • Northeast – Queens College, Columbia, St. John’s, Boston College

  6. Vision for East Coast • Mid-Atlantic – WV, PA, DE, VA • Southeast – NC, SC, GA, FL • Northeast – NY, CT, MA, etc • Considerations in choosing schools: • Size of school • Approaching students • Retaining students • Job market • Location

  7. Philadelphia, PA Newark, DE Morgantown, WV Blacksburg, VA Richmond, VA Vision For Mid-Atlantic

  8. Vision for Mid-Atlantic (WV) • West Virginia University (Morgantown) • 16,000+ • 62% are from in-state4% African American2% Asian American 1% Hispanic American2% international • Retention: 76% • 541 acres, small town • Average high school GPA: 3.18

  9. Vision for Mid-Atlantic (PA) • Temple University (Philadelphia) • 20,000+ • 78% are from in-state26% African American8% Asian American3% Hispanic American4% international • 187 acres, urban • Retention: 78% • AHSG: 3.05 • West Chester – 10,000+ • Indiana – 11,000 • St. Joseph’s, UPENN

  10. Vision for Mid-Atlantic (DE) • University of Delaware (Newark, DE) • 17,400+ • 41% are from in-state6% African American3% Asian American 3% Hispanic American1% international • 1000 acres, small town • Retention: 88% • AHSG: 3.45

  11. Vision for Mid-Atlantic (VA) • Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond) • 17,000+ • 95% are from in-state • 126 acres, urban • Retention: 77% • AHSG: 3.07 • The College of William and Mary (Williamsburg) • 5,600+ • 65% from in-state • Retention: 90% • AHSG: 4.0

  12. Vision for Mid-Atlantic (VA) • University of Virginia (Charlottesville) • 13,700+ • 71% are from in-state • 1133 acres • Retention: 96% • AHSG: 3.97 • Virginia Tech (Blacksburg) • 22,000 • 73% are from in-state • 2,600 acre • Retention: 90% • AHSG: 3.56

  13. Vision for Mid-Atlantic (TN) • The University of Tennessee (Knoxville) - 20,000+ • University of Memphis - 16,000+

  14. Vision for Southeast • The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - 15,000+ • University of South Carolina (Columbia) – 15,000+ • Georgia State University (Atlanta) – 18,000+ • Georgia Tech (Atlanta) – 10,000+

  15. Vision for Southeast (FL) • Florida State University (Tallahassee) – 28,000+ • University of Florida (Gainesville) – 32,000+ • University of Central Florida (Orlando) – 30,000+ • University of South Florida (Tampa) – 37,000+ • Florida International University (Miami) – 25,000+

  16. Vision for Northeast • University of Southern Maine (Portland): 8,800+ • University of Vermont (Burlington): 8,500+ • University of New Hampshire (Durham): 11,000+ • University of Massachusetts (Amherst): 19,000+ • University of Massachusetts (Boston): 10,500+

  17. Vision For Northeast (Cont.) • University of Rhode Island (Kingston): 10,500+ • Central Connecticut State University (New Britain): 9,500+ • University of Connecticut (Storrs): 14,000+ • State University of New York at Albany: 11,700+ • University at Buffalo, The State University of New York: 17,000+

  18. 10-Year Vision & Strategy • Target Mid-Atlantic first • Philadelphia area, Richmond area, Chapel Hill area • And then, Central FL and MA • Find a home base candidate in the region • Investigation on campuses targeted • Level, Culture, Behavior • Locality, Extendibility • Visit and fish on a regular basis • Establish the vision-10 committee • Prayer

  19. “Open your eyes and look at the field.” “Where do you want to go?”

  20. Reference: http://www.petersons.com