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1 MAP 2+2 Pilot Program August 2011

2 Program Overview The MAP 2+2 is designed to complement the 2+2 programs that many schools already offer Students will be admitted to a baccalaureate degree program but attend a community college that has an articulation agreement with the bachelor's degree-granting school and then transfer to the baccalaureate degree-granting institution to complete their degrees 2

3 Program Overview Since the dollar amounts of students’ MAP grants are smaller for attendance at a community college, students will carry forward the difference between the amount that their MAP grant would have been at their bachelor’s degree institution of choice and their community college MAP award. The difference in the award amount for each of the freshman and sophomore years is “saved” and added to the student’s MAP grant for his/her junior and senior years. 3

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5 MAP 2+2 Program Goals Transfer rates as high or higher for same community college program Four-year completion rates as good as or better than those who begin a program at bachelor’s degree-issuing school Significantly lower debt levels for students with similar socio-economic characteristics (income, first generation status, gender, race/ethnicity) and academic credentials (ACT score and GPA) in comparable programs at the same school

6 Student Eligibility To be eligible for MAP 2+2, a student must: have been accepted at the baccalaureate degree-granting institution of their choice be MAP eligible and their applications must not be in a suspended status be enrolled in sufficient hours to graduate in four years not have initially accrued more than 15 MAP Paid Credit Hours (MPCH) continue enrollment with the two schools originally chosen A student cannot receive the benefit of the “saved” MAP if he/she attends a baccalaureate degree granting school that was not part of the original agreement after completing the first two years 6

7 Student Eligibility If, after the first 2 years, the student does not meet the eligibility requirements to matriculate to the bachelor’s degree-issuing school, he/she is no longer eligible to participate in the MAP 2+2 pilot. Students’ eligibility will be impacted by all the normal activities in MAP e.g. suspense, shutdown, release, late claims, etc. 7

8 School Eligibility A limited number of institutions were selected to participate in the MAP 2+2 pilot for the school year Participants were chosen from proposals that were submitted to ISAC Schools with the top scores were selected to participate A list of participating schools can be found at collegeillinois.org 8

9 School Agreements Schools are required to complete and submit a MAP 2+2 Participation Agreement Currently in the process of collecting 9

10 Other Program Guidelines The pilot will allow only new freshman each year Participating schools must track each new class separately throughout its years in the program Schools will not be required to track the current year’s appropriation and the “saved” funding MAP 2+2 data will be available via MAPnet Participating schools must report pre-defined data to ISAC on an annual basis 10

11 Calculating MAP Awards for MAP 2+2 Eligibility for MAP 2+2 is determined by the MAP formula which uses FY2004 ( ) tuition and fees when calculating costs MAP eligibility is determined by calculating eligibility at the four-year school Current maximum award is $4,968 with a 5% reduction factor applied The effective maximum award for FY2012 is $4,968 x.95 or $4,

12 MAP 2+2 Award Amounts Because the MAP formula uses FY2004 tuition and fees, it is possible that FY2012 tuition and fees at a community college now exceed the FY2004 tuition and fees at a public university. The process for calculating eligibility for MAP and MAP 2+2, however, does not change. Eligibility is calculated based on the FY2004 tuition and fees at the four-year institution. The eligible amount will be applied to the tuition and fees at the community college. 12

13 Scenario 1: Student fully MAP-eligible at four-year institution w/FY2004 tuition and fees greater than maximum award. 13

14 Scenario 1: Student fully MAP-eligible at four-year institution w/FY2004 tuition and fees greater than maximum award. 14

15 Scenario 1: Student fully MAP-eligible at four-year institution w/FY2004 tuition and fees greater than maximum award. 15

16 Scenario 3: Student fully MAP-eligible at four-year institution w/Public University FY2004 T&F less than FY12 Community College T&F 16

17 Scenario 3: Student fully MAP-eligible at four-year institution w/Public University FY2004 T&F less than FY12 Community College T&F 17

18 Scenario 3: Student fully MAP-eligible at four-year institution w/Public University FY2004 T&F less than FY12 Community College T&F 18

19 Scenario 4: Student partially MAP-eligible at four-year institution w/FY2004 tuition and fees greater than maximum award. 19

20 Scenario 4: Student partially MAP-eligible at four-year institution w/FY2004 tuition and fees greater than maximum award. 20

21 Scenario 4: Student partially MAP-eligible at four-year institution w/FY2004 tuition and fees greater than maximum award. 21

22 MAP 2+2 Award Amounts Will always use the 4-year school’s tuition and fees to calculate eligibility and as the maximum for payment Even if the 2-year school’s T&F is higher A student’s “banked” amounts will be distributed evenly between his/her 3 rd and 4 th years. In the student’s 3 rd and 4 th year, the student will receive the 4-year school’s MAP formula tuition and fees (including any formula reduction) plus the banked amount 22

23 MAP 2+2 Payment Processing MAP 2+2 participating school partnerships were issued MAP budget codes at Recompute to be used for determining student eligibility amounts, processing payment and tracking students throughout the process. The 4-Year’s tuition and fees are being used to determine the budget amount for the MAP 2+2 budget code In FY2012 these budget codes are connected to the 2- year schools for MAPnet processing purposes. It is also anticipated that at the time this cohort of students moves to the 4-year school, these codes will be connected to the 4-year school. 23

24 MAP 2+2 Payment Processing Schools will need to change the MAP budget code individually for each MAP 2+2 student on the Student Detail: Edit MAP Code screen in MAPnet. The eligible amount for a MAP 2+2 student will be calculated based on the MAP 2+2 budget. This amount will appear on the student’s record in MAPnet once the budget codes are changed. 24

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29 MAP 2+2 Payment Processing Determine the “payment request amount” for a MAP 2+2 student attending a community college by using either The calculated eligible amount, or The tuition and fee amount charged to the student (per term) based on hours attending up to the calculated eligible amount After determining the “payment request amount” for a MAP 2+2 student, the school may need to manually enter that amount into MAPnet’s Student Detail: Payment screen for submission to ISAC. Or, the school may choose to transmit that amount to ISAC via FTP. 29

30 Student Detail: Payment Screen 30

31 Reporting Requirements Reports required by the program will be collected after the close of the processing cycle (end of July 2012). A method for how the reports should be provided is being defined by ISAC’s Research, Planning and Policy Analysis (RPPA) Department Reports will be sent directly to RPPA 31

32 Reporting Requirements From the community college For each MAP 2+2 recipient: Hours attempted (a double check on MPCH) per term (including summer) Hours completed per term (including summer) GPA per term (including summer) Annual loan debt (Stafford, private, credit card) Students would have to agree to provide some of this information Any credential obtained For each MAP recipient non-eligible for MAP 2+2 enrolled in the academic program participating in the MAP 2+2 pilot: Hours attempted (double check on MPCH) per term (including summer) Hours completed per term (including summer) GPA per term (including summer) Annual loan debt (Stafford, private, credit card) Voluntary response by students Any credential obtained 32

33 Reporting Requirements From the community college, continued For the remaining non-MAP-eligible students enrolled in the academic program participating in the MAP 2+2 pilot: Average hours attempted per term (including summer) for entire group Average hours completed per term (including summer) for entire group Average GPA per term (including summer) for the group Average annual loan debt (Stafford, private, credit card) for the group Voluntary response by students Total number of credentials obtained Other data required: Community college graduation rate (historical – past three years) Community college transfer rate (historical – past three years) Academic program graduation rate (historical – past three years) Academic program transfer rate (historical – past three years) 33

34 Reporting Requirements From the four-year institution: For each MAP 2+2 recipient Hours attempted (double check on MPCH) per term (including summer) Hours completed per term (including summer) GPA per term (including summer) Annual loan debt (Stafford, private, credit card) Students would have to agree to provide some of this information Any credential obtained For each MAP recipient non-eligible for MAP 2+2 enrolled in the academic program participating in the MAP 2+2 pilot: Hours attempted (double check on MPCH) per term (including summer) Hours completed per term (including summer) GPA per term (including summer) Annual loan debt (Stafford, private, credit card) Voluntary response by students Any credential obtained 34

35 Reporting Requirements From the four-year institution, continued: For the remaining non-MAP-eligible students enrolled in the academic program participating in the MAP 2+2 pilot: Average hours attempted per term (including summer) for entire group Average hours completed per term (including summer) for entire group Average GPA per term (including summer) for the group Average annual loan debt (Stafford, private, credit card) for the group Voluntary response by students Total number of credentials obtained Other data required: Historical school transfer student graduation rates (four, five and six year rates for the most recent three years) Four, five and six-year academic program graduation rates for three most recent years. 35

36 Questions/Comments?

37 Monetary Award Program Security Access Validation Process School Services sent an on August 1, 2011 to all MAP-approved schools asking them to review and update their MAPnet user information Schools are asked to update MAPnet if any user information has changed For example: access deactivated due to an employee’s termination, modified or no longer used due to a job change Approximately 1/3 of schools have responded so far Validation must be completed August 31 Please complete this process as soon as possible 37

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40 Questions/Comments?

41 If more questions, contact: School Services, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. CST Phone:

42 Thank you for participating today! A repeat of this session will be offered on Wednesday, August 31 at 2 p.m.


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