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Structured Schedules: How to Apply the CUNY ASAP and Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology Models to Your Institution 0 Julie Johnson, Vice President.

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1 Structured Schedules: How to Apply the CUNY ASAP and Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology Models to Your Institution 0 Julie Johnson, Vice President of Strategy, Complete College America Donna Linderman, University Dean for Student Success Initiatives Office of Academic Affairs, City University of New York Carol Puryear, Associate Vice Chancelor, TN Colleges of Applied Technology

2 2:00 – 2:10 pm Structured Schedules: CCA Game Changer Julie Johnson 2:10 – 2:25 pm Structured Schedules: TN Col of Applied Technology Carol Puryear 2:25 – 2:30 pm Q&A 2:30 – 2:45 pm Structured Schedules: CUNY ASAP Donna Linderman 2:45 – 2:55 pm Q&A 2:55 – 3:00 pm Closing and Resources for Next Step 1 Agenda

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4 Alliance Member  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 DC 3

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6 Performance Funding & Metrics Corequisite Remediation Time and Intensity GPS: Guided Pathways to Success Structured Schedules

7 STRUCTURED SCHEDULES

8 An Exhausting Balancing Act  WORK – at least part-time 60% more than 20 hours a week 25% more than 35 hours a week  FIRST GENERATION STUDENTS  COMMUTE TO CAMPUS

9 Behavioral Economics: Structure Structure optimizes design elements for success and minimizes mistakes.

10 Students want structure… “That (block scheduling) would be fabulous – if you knew you could schedule your courses every semester at the same time, wouldn’t that be a dream come true?” -- Student Guided Pathways to Success Perspectives from Indiana College Students and Advisors

11 Students want structure… “I actually like that approach because I’ve had the days where I go to class for an hour, and then I have two hours off. Well, I really don’t want to drive home just to drive all the way back. …I could go into a job and say, “…I can come in at one thirty or two o’clock and work with you guys.” I think employers would appreciate that more because I’ve actually missed out on a couple of jobs because of my school schedule.” -- Student Guided Pathways to Success Perspectives from Indiana College Students and Advisors

12 Essentials of Structured Schedules  Full-time, Monday-Friday, morning, afternoon, or evening or weekend blocks  Full-time means “15 to Finish” or year-round for part- time students  Predictable schedule constant throughout  Whole programs choice, not individual courses  Student cohorts for added support and faculty engagement  Mandatory attendance

13 TN Colleges of Applied Technology  Highly structured, block schedule program  81% of students graduate, at rate 3x higher than peers, even though slightly poorer and older  Certificate programs have a job placement rates of 86%

14 CUNY ASAP Program  Students grouped into cohorts with consolidated block schedules  Doubled graduation rates for associate degrees  55% of fall 2007 cohort earned associate degrees in 3 years

15 Next Steps and Resources  Make webinar and presentations available  Forward essentials list  CUNY ASAP Toolkit  Let us know of your interest in creating a structured schedule format and how we can help  Send questions to panelists

16 Contact Information Carol Puryear: Donna Linderman: Julie Johnson:


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