Using SEM Principles to Understand Enrollment Behaviors of Need-Based Aid Recipients. Tomika Ferguson David Johnson Indiana University November 12, 2013. Presentation Outline. The 21 st Century Scholarship Program Enrollment behaviors s tudy Cohort demographics Student responses
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November 12, 2013
Office of Enrollment Management -Mindset for Success Campaign:
21st Century Scholars State Program
21st Century Scholarship Covenant Award
*In 2010, the Office of Enrollment Management hired a Graduate Assistant charged enhancing the recruitment of 21st Century Scholars.
**The fall 2013 incoming freshman cohort consisted of 699 21stCentury Scholars.
“Almost all of my cousins ended up joining the military because they either flunked out of college or because they didn’t have the desire to attend. I wanted to have a future other than joining the service, and have always been pushed by my parents to go to a good college to better my future, and therefore, I worked hard to make this opportunity available to me.”
“Hudson-Holland recruiters came to my high school to speak about the scholarships they offered…I also signed up for the school and program information to be sent to my house.”
Important when considering college?
Influenced you to enroll at Indiana University?
Comfort on campus
“The main factor was money. I knew that if I wanted to attend college, I would have to pay for it myself because my parents could not afford to send me. I knew IU was the place for me.”
“I knew it was expensive and I was getting help through the 21st Century Scholars (program). I was very worried about burdening my parents with financial need that they could not meet.”
Dr. David Johnson, Vice-Provost
Office for Enrollment Management
Tomika Ferguson, Graduate Assistant
Office of Scholarships