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Report of Achieving the Dream Data Team. January 11 , 2008. Contents. Demographics of the selected courses Age Ethnicity Gender EFC Fall 2006 AtD cohort demographics Age Ethnicity Gender Course Load EFC. Methodology.

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    1. Report of Achieving the DreamData Team January 11 ,2008

    2. Contents • Demographics of the selected courses • Age • Ethnicity • Gender • EFC • Fall 2006 AtD cohort demographics • Age • Ethnicity • Gender • Course Load • EFC

    3. Methodology • Achieving the Dream (AtD) defines student success in a course as a grade of A, B, C, or S; students earning a grade of D, F, U or W are defined as unsuccessful. • 1000-level courses were selected by high enrollment (300 or greater) and high failure rates (30% or greater). • 2000-level courses were selected by high enrollment (100 or greater) and high failure rates (30% or greater) • All persistence and retention data is based on the ATD cohort, which includes all students who enter OCCC for the first-time in the fall semester.

    4. Zero Level Demographics Course Findings • Nights, weekends, and online sections have a higher average age • Females comprise a higher percentage than males • Following findings for online sections • Whites/Caucasians comprise a higher percentage than other ethnic/racial groups • Hispanics/Latinos comprise a lower percentage than other ethnic/racial groups • Females make up approximately 2/3 of the population • The Lowest EFC bracket comprises approximately 2/3 of the total population • Basic Math has the highest average age of all zero classes • Math 0113 has the highest EFC average of all zero classes

    5. 1000 Level Demographics Course Findings • Nights, weekends, and online students have a higher average age • The Lowest EFC bracket makes up approximately 50% of the population in 1000 level courses • Females make up about 2/3 of the online and weekend populations • Females and males are more equally distributed • The average EFC for weekend classes is considerably lower than seen in other classes

    6. 2000 Level Demographics Course Findings • Higher average age than zero and 1000 levels • The age gap between night classes and day classes is larger • The Lowest and Highest EFC brackets are near even • 2000 level courses have a much higher average EFC • Males comprise a larger percentage than females • Exception is Statistics where Female % is higher • In MGMT 2053, the average age is lower for the 16 weeks than 8 weeks

    7. All Course Levels Demographics • Course Demographics

    8. AtD Fall 2006 Cohort Demographics • Compared to ALL Fall 2006 students: • Higher percentage males • Higher percentage 18 – 24 year olds • Slightly higher percentage of ethnic minorities • 10% more are full-time • Majority of AtD Fall 2006 students fall in one of two EFC groups: • 21.2% in $0 - $1,500 • 53.9% in Did Not Apply for Financial Aid

    9. AtD Fall 2006 Cohort Persistence and Retention • Out of every 10 students in the AtD Fall 2006 Cohort: • 5 students persisted (enrolled in Spring 2007 classes) • 4 were successful in at least one Spring 2007 class • 3 were retained (enrolled in Fall 2007) • Males persisted and were retained at a slightly lower percentage than females

    10. Comparison of AtD Falls 2004, 2005, and 2006 Cohort Demographics • Male to female ratio remains stable • Slight shift to higher age in Falls 2005 and 2006 • Lower percentage of full-time students in Falls 2005 and 2006 • Percentage of students who did not apply for financial aid increased in Fall 2006

    11. AtD Fall 2006 Cohort Persistence and Retention • Asians, Hispanic/Latino, and Caucasian students persist, are retained, and are successful at a higher percentage than the overall AtD Fall 2006 Cohort • Full-time students persist, are retained, and are successful at a much higher percentage rate than part-time students • Student who did not apply for financial aid persist, are retained, and are successful at a much lower percentage than any other EFC group.

    12. Comparison of AtD Falls 2004, 2005 and 2006 Persistence and Retention • Overall persistence and retention rates are declining • Persistence and retention rates for females are declining at a faster pace • Although students with an EFC of $0 - $1500 persist at a significantly higher percentage than the overall cohort (approximately 8 percentage points), the retention rates are lower than the cohort retention rate.

    13. AtD Data Team Members • Alan Stringfellow • Brandi Henson • E.J. Warren • Harold Case • Joyce Morgan-Dees • Stephen Crynes • Yutika Kim