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  1. Welcome to the Division of Student Affairs Meeting August 19, 2011

  2. Building on the Vision Create the best living learning environment for student success

  3. Welcome to all of our guests and a special welcome toDr. Timothy SandsExecutive Vice President and Provost Create the best living learning environment for student success

  4. Department Head Introductions • Colonel Tom Frooninckx, Air Force ROTC (unavailable due to student orientation) • Lieutenant Colonel Jerry Hubbard, Army ROTC • Mo Trout standing in for Jay Gephart, • University Bands • Tim Luzader, Center for Career Opportunities Create the best living learning environment for student success

  5. Department Head Introductions • Laura Clavio standing in for Todd Wetzel (in Scotland, reviewing artists/programs) • David Lasater, Development • Howard Taylor, Division of Recreational Sports • Captain Gene Jones, Navy ROTC • Danita Brown, Office of the Dean of Students • Bill Griffel, Purdue Musical Organizations (unavailable due to attending PMO Camp) Create the best living learning environment for creating student success

  6. Department Head Introductions • Jim Westman, Student Health Center • Steve Baker, SA Administrative Computing • Cheri Davidson, SA Business Office • Lee Gordon, Student Affairs Assessment Create the best living learning environment for student success

  7. Assessment • Self Assessment of Programs using Council for Advancement of Standards • Student Learning Outcomes • Strategic Planning and Performance Measures • Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership • Learning Collaborative on High-Risk Drinking • PurduEBoard Create the best living learning environment for student success

  8. www.purdue.edu/purdueboard

  9. New Hire • Andy Zehner, Assessment & Data Analyst

  10. The Best of Both Intensive co-curricular programs & academic success

  11. Five Study Groups • Air Force ROTC • Army ROTC • Navy ROTC • Bands & Orchestras • Purdue Musical Organizations Create the best living learning environment for student success

  12. Two measures of success • Semester GPA > 3.0 • 53% of all Purdue students • Credits earned 15 or more • 56% of all Purdue students Create the best living learning environment for student success

  13. 35% of Purdue students meet both criteria… Create the best living learning environment for student success

  14. …but 59% of Bands & Orchestras students do Create the best living learning environment for student success

  15. All students improve in the upper grades as they progress… Create the best living learning environment for student success

  16. …but Air Force ROTC students improve more Create the best living learning environment for student success

  17. …even compared with the academic elites! Create the best living learning environment for student success

  18. Students with better SATs get better grades… Create the best living learning environment for student success

  19. . . . but Navy ROTC outperforms Purdue at almost every level of SAT score Create the best living learning environment for student success

  20. Among students w/ similar SAT scores, GPA varies according to college… Create the best living learning environment for student success

  21. Among students w/ similar SAT scores, GPA varies according to college… Create the best living learning environment for student success

  22. …Army ROTC outperforms similar students about half the time Create the best living learning environment for student success

  23. 56% of all Purdue students earn 15 or more credits a semester… Create the best living learning environment for student success

  24. …but 62.5% of PMO members do Create the best living learning environment for student success

  25. Engaged students are more satisfied with their entire educational experience Source: NSSE Create the best living learning environment for student success

  26. Next Steps • Complete report by end of September • Update next year & add 4-year graduation • Update & track individual students over time • Add other programs & organizations Create the best living learning environment for student success

  27. Melissa Exum Vice President for Student Affairs Presentation and Closing Remarks Create the best living learning environment for student success

  28. n = 57 Create the best living learning environment for student success

  29. Create the best living learning environment for student success

  30. Gender Fall 2010 Semester Enrollment Create the best living learning environment for student success

  31. Ethnicity & Diversity(excluding international students) Create the best living learning environment for student success

  32. Classification Fall 2010 Semester Enrollment Create the best living learning environment for student success

  33. Residency 17% 28% Fall 2010 Semester Enrollment Create the best living learning environment for student success

  34. Highlights • Night exam review • Student activity fee • CSEL • Leadership development • AlcoholEdu and the Learning Collaborative on High-Risk Drinking Learning Collaborative on High-Risk Drinking Create the best living learning environment for student success

  35. Learning Collaborative on High-Risk Drinking Carol Ben-Davies, Assistant Dean of Students Eric Chin, Captain of Purdue Police Department John Cox, Chief of Purdue Police Department Melissa Exum, Vice President for Student Affairs Lee Gordon, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs Monica Harvey, Purdue Student Government Lisa Heinold, Administrator for Conduct in University Residences Jane Krause, Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice Tammy Loew, Health Advocacy Coordinator Nancy Maylath, Director of Student Wellness Office Stephanie Orstad, Graduate Assistant in Student Wellness Office Kevin Ply, Chief of Purdue Fire Department Susan Prieto-Welch, Director of Counseling and Psychological Services Sara Sayger, Medical Director of Student Health Center Carol Shelby, Senior Director of Environmental Health and Public Safety Jeff Stefancic, Associate Dean of Students Jim Westman, Director of Student Health Center Dan Whiteley, Data Analyst for Student Affairs Create the best living learning environment for student success

  36. Goals • Departmental reviews • Developing learning outcomes • Salary study • Office hours • Staff interaction • Professional development • Foundations of Excellence Create the best living learning environment for student success