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1 USING FOE AND THE UNIVERSITY’S STRATEGIC PLAN TO RETHINK ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES AND FOSTER FIRST-YEAR STUDENT SUCCESS Dr. Elizabeth A. Dooley, Associate Provost for Undergraduate Academic Affairs Robin Jones, Director First-Year Seminar & Instructional Support Dr. Bernadette M.E. Jungblut, Director of Assessment & Retention Rhonda Black, Program Coordinator

2 INTRODUCTION Re-grouping under a new administration –The Old and New Unite The Past is Not Forgotten The Balance of Change The Value of the Academy When the Balance of Forces Unite –Academic Affairs and Student Affairs »Restructuring when it matters most »Recognizing a changing environment

3 MAKING IT HAPPEN Two Movements The Players Unite

4 UNIVERSITY 101 REEXAMINED Major Based Pilot Program - Spring 2010 –Forensics –Biology –Business & Economics University 101 moved to Academic Affairs – September 1, 2010 Campus Collaboration – November 19, 2010 –FOE participants –Student Affairs and Academic Affairs –Faculty, Staff, and Students

5 CORE OBJECTIVES Development of Core Objectives DRAFT – January 5-6, 2011 –Understand and articulate expectations of higher learning. –Develop and utilize critical thinking and analysis skills. –Develop academic success skills based on personal strengths and abilities. –Engage in major exploration and career planning. –Recognize and develop an understanding of your role in a global community.

6 WORKING GROUPS Virtual Orientation First-Year Academy FYS Approval Group Instructor Resources Live/Learn Communities

7 FYS REQUIRED COMPONENTS Common Textbook Use of MyStudentSuccess Lab First-Year Academy Participation (Fall Only) Assessment

8 IMPLEMENTATION OF FYS Call for campus input Finalization of Core Objectives Approval of Major Based First-Year Seminars Faculty Development – May 2011 First-Year Seminars launched Fall 2011

9 2020 STUDENT SUCCESS GOALS Main Campus Goals Current2020 GoalDifference Undergraduate First-Year Retention Rate 78%85%7% Undergraduate IPEDS Graduation Rate (Six-Year) 57%60%3% Undergraduate Comprehensive Graduation Rate 67%70%3%

10 BLUEPRINT FOR STUDENT SUCCESS Core Group Five Working Groups: –First-Year Experience –Advising and Course Scheduling –Student Success Initiatives –Differentiated Programming – Our WVU Communities –Service Excellence

11 PROGRAMS FOR ALL STUDENTS New Student Orientation First-Year Academy and Welcome Week First-Year Seminar Resident Faculty Leader/LLC Programming Our WVU Communities Early Alert Program Mid-Semester Programming – including the Mid-Semester Help Center Recruit Back Program Student Success Coaching Tutoring – Academic Resource Centers and Departmental Learning Centers Students on the Road to Success (SORTS) Seminars

12 PROGRAMS FOR SPECIFIC GROUPS Mountaineer Success Academy Preparing to Achieve Student Success Program (PASS) –Mid-Year Academy –Spring Programming Summer Academic Success Institute

13 FOCUS ON STUDENT SUCCESS Discussion and dialogue Dynamic context Cross-campus collaboration Recommendations, Actions, Assessment, Follow Up

14 THE PERFECT STORM Change Embraced University College

15 FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Dr. Elizabeth A. Dooley, Associate Provost for Undergraduate Academic Affairs Robin Jones, Director First-Year Seminar & Instructional Support Dr. Bernadette M.E. Jungblut, Director of Assessment & Retention Rhonda Black, Program Coordinator


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