Presentation on theme: "ELI: A Year in Review July 1, 2005 to March 31, 2006."— Presentation transcript:
ELI: A Year in Review July 1, 2005 to March 31, 2006
Goals Increase ELI enrollment Strengthen ELI finances Secure additional temporary space Complete CEA Self-Study Complete scheduled promotions, peer reviews Complete EAP V and VI R/W revision
Accomplishments Enrollment: up 28% from up 50% from up 50% from up 14% from previous up 14% from previous best year best year Session VI I II III IV Total , , , ,194
Enrollment Goal Exceeded!!
Strengthen Finances Goal Tuition and Application Fees raised Prudent management of expenditures Enhancing outstanding Admissions practices Refining marketing strategies
Financial Goal Achieved Projected revenue: $3.6 million revenues: $2.65 million 36% increase 36% increase Projected expenditure: 2.9 millionProjected expenditure: 2.9 million expenditures: 2.5 million expenditures: 2.5 million 16% increase 16% increase
Projected Surplus Revenues: $3,600,000 Expenditures:$2,911,000 Gross: 689,000 Gross: 689,000 UD indirect: 119,000 UD indirect: 119,000 Net Surplus: $570,000 (Projected) Net Surplus: $570,000 (Projected)
Securing Temporary Space Leased four classrooms in Educational Annex of Newark Presbyterian Church— goal achieved Long term need: new, additional ELI building with as much space as current main building How to achieve long term goal? Amass $1 million+ surplus
Goal to Complete Self-Study Goal Achieved! Thanks to hard working subcommittees Thanks to Kathy Hankins Thanks to Laurie Fuhrmann Big thanks to Kathy Schneider!! Next step: SITE VISIT
Goal to complete Peer and Promotion Reviews Goal Achieved, thanks to Janet Louise, Russ Mason, Kathy Vodvarka, Jo Gielow, and Jorge Cubillos Congratulations to Leslie Criston, Russ Mason, Barbara Morris! What this means for ELI as a whole ELI leads the profession. ELI leads the profession.
Curriculum Goal Achieved EAP VI RW and V RW now distinct courses Students entering EAP VI ensured of having had prior experience with research More integration of literature Thanks to Ken Cranker, Joe Matterer, Susan Coakley, and Walt Babich
Other Achievements Thorough assessment of student achievement: 1. Average 23%+ in Mich. Aural 1. Average 23%+ in Mich. Aural 2. On 1-6 scale,.88+ in oral 2. On 1-6 scale,.88+ in oral 3. On 1-6 scale,.88+ in writing 3. On 1-6 scale,.88+ in writing 4. 93% students promoted 4. 93% students promoted 5. 87% students graduated 5. 87% students graduated
Satisfaction Achievements Survey of 134 (out of 1,500) alumni 1. Reached language goal? 91% Y, 1. Reached language goal? 91% Y, 4.5% No, 4.5% not yet 4.5% No, 4.5% not yet 2. ELI helped you reach your goal? 2. ELI helped you reach your goal? 100% Yes 100% Yes 3. Recommend ELI to friend? 3. Recommend ELI to friend? 94% Yes, 5% Maybe, 1% No 94% Yes, 5% Maybe, 1% No
Personnel Achievements Hired Laurie Fuhrmann as Staff Assistant Congrats, Laurie! Congrats, Laurie! *Hired Alice Daugherty for office coordinator Welcome, Alice! Welcome, Alice! *Completed full time faculty searches: Congrats, Susan Coakley, Mary Beth Worrilow, Walt Babich! *Approval to search for three full time, temporary faculty
Program Integration Achievements Program Integration Achievements MA TESL Program/SOE Lerner School of Business 1. Chris Wolfe’s appointment 1. Chris Wolfe’s appointment 2. Mary Long’s efforts 2. Mary Long’s efforts CHEP—Janet Louise, et al ITA—Joe Matterer, et al LEP—Jo Gielow, Jan Lefebvre, Lisa Grimsley Grimsley
Student Integration Achievements Cultural Café -thanks, Mary Beth! Campus Events - thanks, Leslie! Intramurals, special events, trips, cultural activities — thanks, Orientation Committee (Mary Beth, Susan Coakley, Chris Wolfe, Deb Detzel Invitations to homes, extracurricular activities—thanks to all faculty who were more than classroom teachers
Teacher Training Achievements Morocco/JordanIncheonGyeonggi-do Seoul, on site 274 teachers trained! 274 teachers trained!