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K-State MAP-Works impacts student success by: empowering students to identify areas of concern, utilize relevant resources and practice positive behaviors.

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2 K-State MAP-Works impacts student success by: empowering students to identify areas of concern, utilize relevant resources and practice positive behaviors and coordinating an effective intervention by faculty and staff to promote student retention.

3  A non-confidential survey that all first-year students were asked (not mandated) to take  Survey data and some incoming characteristics are used to classify a student’s risk of leaving the institution  If a student chooses not to take the survey, this is already an indicator that they are ‘high risk’  The initial survey launched Sept. 12 and closed Oct. 7  Survey data was available to the students direct connections and specific individuals assigned as their primary responder.  There are three shorter follow-up surveys. Two have been sent out already.  Students semester GPA were uploaded and their enrollment status as of the 20 th day of class.

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6  All Undergraduate Colleges  First Year Seminar Faculty  Cat Community Faculty  Leadership Studies Intro Class  Pilots Program  University Experience Peer Leaders  Career and Employment Services*  Academic and Career Information Center*  Educational Support Services*  Powercat Financial Counseling*  International Student and Scholar Services*

7 First-year Student lives off- campus or in fraternity or sorority house Data Available to Office of Student Life OSL meets with the students or refers them to campus resources First-year Student Lives in a Residence Hall or in Residence Hall Overflow Data Available to RLCs and ARLCs RLCs & ARLCs meet with students or refer them to appropriate campus resources

8  3,735 total students were sent the survey  2,464 completed the survey (66.0%) an increase of almost 11% from Fall 2010  77.07% of Residence Hall Students-over a 12% increase from 2010  38.14% of Off Campus Students (this includes students living in Greek Houses or Scholarship Houses)-over a 8% increase from 2010

9  Fall Check Up Survey Snap Shot  Launched Monday, November 15  3,725 total students were sent the survey  Closed Sunday, Dec. 4: 1,192 students (32.0%)completed-decrease of over 7%  % of Residence Hall Students  % of Off Campus Students (this includes students living in Greek Houses or Scholarship Houses)

10   Of the 385 students who had at least one interaction contact with a faculty or staff member logged, 332 of them persisted from Fall 2011 to Spring 2012, this is over 86%. Of that 86% 33% were Redx2/Red 23% were Yellow 44% were Green  3001 students had no interaction contacts, of those 2247 persisted from Fall 2011 to Spring 2012, this is 92%. Of that 92% 12% were Red x2/Red 13% were Yellow 75% were Green

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12  Integrate Greek community into MAP-Works intervention process  Host large scale kick-off event to encourage students to complete the survey early in the survey window  Develop strong marketing and communications process  Create K-State specific MAP-Works brand  Table at Orientation and Enrollment  Work with Kiley Moody and staff to be more integrated into student part of O&E  Continue to develop tools and training that is effective and timely  Train Workgroup members to be trainers in their areas  Explore other academic and student life partnerships  Particularly by adding representatives to the workgroup from Business, Engineering, and Greek Affairs  Once on board introduce new Vice Provost of Undergraduate Studies to MAP-Works

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