Presentation on theme: "K-State MAP-Works impacts student success by: empowering students to identify areas of concern, utilize relevant resources and practice positive behaviors."— Presentation transcript:
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.
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.
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*
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
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
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)
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
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