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2 2 Alliance Member DC  Arkansas  Colorado  Connecticut  District of Columbia  Florida  Georgia  Hawaii  Idaho  Illinois  Indiana  Kentucky  Louisiana  Maine  Maryland  Massachusetts  Montana  Minnesota  Mississippi  Missouri  Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands  Nevada  New Mexico  Ohio  Oklahoma  Oregon  Pennsylvania  Rhode Island  South Dakota  Tennessee  Texas  Utah  Vermont  West Virginia  Wisconsin  Wyoming 35 Members COMPLETE COLLEGE AMERICA The Alliance of States

3 The Game Changers

4 4 Guided Pathways to Success DC GPS at Scale States GPS in STEM States

5 5 Fifteen to Finish DC States with Campus-Based Initiatives Statewide Initiatives

6 6 White House Summit States Committed to Transform Remediation DC States Committed to Scale Coreq by 2015 State Activity Corequisite Remediation

7 7 DC Performance Funding Under Development Implemented in At Least One Sector

8 8 Metrics and Data DC State & Institutional Data Reported Some Data Reported

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12 Four-Year

13 13 Four-Year Myth The vast majority of American college students do not graduate on time … but many more can – saving themselves and their families precious time and money.

14 14 Four-Year Myth On-Time Graduation Rates (Full-Time Students) 2-Year Associate 4-Year Bachelor’s 4-Year Bachelor’s (non-flagship) (flagship/ very high research) 5%19%36% ON TIME

15 15 Four-Year Myth 150% Graduation Rates (Full-Time Students) 2-Year Associate 4-Year Bachelor’s 4-Year Bachelor’s (non-flagship) (flagship/ very high research) 13%43%68% IN 3 YEARS IN 6 YEARS

16 16 Four-Year Myth 50 of 580+ public four-year institutions report on-time graduation rates above 50%

17 17 Four-Year Myth Excess Credits (Full-Time Students) 60 Credits Standard 120 Credits Standard 2-Year Associate 4-Year Bachelor’s 4-Year Bachelor’s (non-flagship) (flagship/ very high research)

18 18 Four-Year Myth Time to Degree (Full-Time Students) 2 Years Standard 120 Credits Standard 2-Year Associate 4-Year Bachelor’s 4-Year Bachelor’s (non-flagship) (flagship/ very high research) Years Standard Years Standard 4.4

19 19 Four-Year Myth Average Estimated Undergraduate Budget, (Full-Time Students) 2-Year Commuter $3,264 $7,466 $1,270 $1,708 $2,225 tuition and fees room and board books and supplies transportation other expenses $15,933 Source: fly.temple.edu and utexas.edu/enrollment-management/messages/ut- strives-improve-four-year-graduation-rates

20 20 Four-Year Myth Average Estimated Undergraduate Budget, (Full-Time Students) 4-Year In-State $8,893$9,498 $1,207 $1,123 $2,105 tuition and fees room and board books and supplies transportation other expenses $22,826 Source: fly.temple.edu and utexas.edu/enrollment-management/messages/ut- strives-improve-four-year-graduation-rates

21 21 Four-Year Myth Total Cost of Each Extra Year (Full-Time Students) 2-Year Student 4-Year Student $15,933 $35,000 in cost of attendance in lost wages $22,826 $45,327 in cost of attendance in lost wages $50,933$68,153 Source: fly.temple.edu and utexas.edu/enrollment-management/messages/ut- strives-improve-four-year-graduation-rates

22 22 Four-Year Myth TEMPLE UNIVERSITY UT-AUSTIN On Time In 6 Years $20,000$35,000 On Time In 6 Years Source: fly.temple.edu and utexas.edu/enrollment-management/messages/ut- strives-improve-four-year-graduation-rates $19,000$32,000 Cumulative Debt Upon Graduation

23 GUIDED PATHWAYS TO SUCCESS

24 NO CLEAR PATH TO GRADUATION

25 25 Too much choice – especially uninformed choice – leads to indecision or poor decisions.

26 26 Most people accept – even welcome – a default choice designed by informed professionals.

27 27 An academic semester-by- semester plan: a clear path to graduation. New Model Structured Programs [Nursing] [Engineering] [Honors]

28 28 Students don’t “discover” the right path; after choosing a major, the academic map is the default schedule.

29 29 The Essential Elements of GPS Informed Choice and Meta Majors Math Aligned to Majors Academic Maps Default Pathways Critical Path Courses Intrusive Advising


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