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1 SoCal PDS California State University Update Carolina C Cardenas Director, Academic Outreach and Early Assessment CSU Office of the Chancellor

2 Enrollment Updates Funding and Resources Admissions and Impaction Graduation & Student Success Preparation & Readiness EAP Retention & Graduation Resources

3 Enrollment Updates

4 CA Budget: $142M in new state funding Incremental investment in higher education New funding permitting modest enrollment growth ~ about 9,000 more students systemwide in Record numbers of applications are being received; greater demand from CSU-eligible applicants than state funding supports Both new funding and improved graduation rates will generate capacity

5 Student Outcomes & Impact Over 446,000 total students enrolled in fall ,000 new undergraduates enrolled 96% of new students were CA residents Over 101,000 degrees awarded in Nearly 3 Million CSU Alumni!

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7 Tuition and Financial Aid Current Undergraduate Tuition (CA Residents) $5,472 per year* Current Average Tuition & Fees $6,698 per year *The CSU makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum. Fees listed in published schedules or student accounts may need to be increased when public funding is inadequate. Therefore, CSU must reserve the right, even after initial fee payments are made, to increase or modify any listed fee, without notice, until the date when instruction for a particular semester or quarter has begun. All CSU listed fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by The Board of Trustees.

8 Financial Aid Impact Last year, over $3.8 billion was distributed to more than 306,000 students. Nearly 76% of all CSU students receive some form of financial assistance. 51% of CSU students graduate with zero student debt. The average loan debt for CSU students was $18,460 in 2012, compared with the national average of $29,400.

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10 CSU Students

11 CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS ONLY APPLICANTS (UNDUPLICATED) OFFERS OF ADMISSION (UNDUPLICATED)ADMIT RATE ENROLLMENT (UNDUPLICATED)YIELD RATE Fall ,321124, %55, % Fall ,421130, %59, % Fall ,110*131,742* The Last 3 Fall Freshmen Admissions Cycles *Reflects actions through July 2014

12 Freshmen Admission Eligibility No change to admissions eligibility High school graduation A-G completion Eligibility index CSU does not include Writing section of ACT or SAT to determine eligibility index 1/4 of CSU campuses admit freshman applicants based only on CSU eligibility

13 Campus Impaction Campus Impaction: A campus receives more eligible applications in the initial filing period than there are enrollment spaces available for the class level (freshman or upper division transfer). Campuses fall into 3 categories: Admit using CSU eligibility Campus impaction (freshman/transfer) Impacted in all programs (all majors)

14 Program/Major Impaction Program Impaction: A campus receives more eligible applications for a specific undergraduate program in the initial filing period than there are enrollment spaces available. Most campuses have at least one impacted major/program Typically impacted at upper-division level Students must meet criteria such as specific core/major prep courses, GPA in those courses, cumulative GPA, or a combination of factors

15 Admit Using CSU Eligibility (FTF) Bakersfield Channel Islands Dominguez Hills East Bay Maritime Academy Stanislaus

16 Campus Impaction (Freshman) Chico Fresno Humboldt Los Angeles Monterey Bay Northridge Pomona Sacramento San Bernardino San Francisco San Marcos Sonoma

17 Impacted In All Programs Fullerton Long Beach San Diego San Jose San Luis Obispo

18 Graduation & Student Success

19 Preparation & Readiness Transition with Common Core Standards & California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress “a-g” College Preparatory Requirements have not changed, but curriculum changes may prompt school districts to submit courses to UC

20 Preparation & Readiness Early Assessment Program (Spring 2015) Use of California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP)) CAASPP will assess students in English and mathematics. CAASPP grade eleven exams will continue to provide a college content readiness result by the end of the junior year based on the new assessment instrument.

21 EAP Spring 2014 CDE administered the Smarter Balanced field test and the English and mathematics EAP (which included CST) to grade eleven students. This was the last year of EAP testing in its current configuration.

22 EAP Spring 2014 Students who opted to participate in the 2014 EAP received a 2014 EAP Score Report with EAP results only, from the district. school districts received a District Roster that includes results for their students. school districts will receive CD Rom with EAP information only sometime this fall. a reduced file was available through QTR (Quick Turnaround Reporting).

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25 Transition to 2015 CSU EAP structure will remain the same CSU will continue to: provide professional development for educators in ERWC and mathematics; encourage students to use the 12 th grade year proactively; provide outreach and information to schools via the EAP coordinators; and provide ready and conditional ready exemptions in English and mathematics

26 Transition to 2015 Smarter Balanced Consortium is in the process of recommending achievement level cut scores. Achievement levels, when endorsed by faculty, will be used for EAP results. The new EAP system will continue to provide grade eleven students an early indication of readiness for college-level work in English and mathematics.

27 Additional Pathway Due to the transition, CSU anticipates fewer students demonstrating readiness due to the change in the structure of the assessment. This may increase the number of students needing remediation and to take placement tests. CSU wants to ensure all students receive a fair assessment of their college readiness status.

28 Additional Pathway CSU currently has a Determination of Competence in English and Mathematics policy that uses SAT/ACT scores. Beginning in spring 2015, CSU will also use SAT/ACT results to indicate a conditional college-readiness status in English and mathematics. This allows for students to be placed in appropriate senior year English and/or mathematics courses.

29 Additional Pathway Using SAT/ACT SubScores for EAP Conditional Status Test Existing CSU Readiness Cut Score (Exempt from ELM/EPT) New CSU Conditionally Ready Cut Score (Conditionally Exempt from ELM/EPT) SAT Math SAT Reading ACT Math 2320 ACT English 2219 CSU recommends students take ACT/SAT tests by the end of the junior year.

30 Meeting the Conditional Status CSU will continue to use approved English and math courses to meet the EAP conditional status in the senior year. *English: ERWC, AP, Honors, IB Math: courses with Alg. II as a pre-requisite Common Core Math CSU will also use adopted common core math sequences to meet the conditional status Courses above the Math III will qualify Courses must have been adopted through the UC Doorways process.

31 Example 1 Student earns an Achievement Level Descriptor (ALD) of 1 or 2 (not ready) in English However, receives a 480 on SAT Reading (or a 20 on ACT English.) Student will be considered conditional ready in English and must take appropriate senior year English course, earn a grade of C or higher, to maintain exemption from taking the CSU English Placement Test.

32 Example 2 Student earns an ALD of 2 (not ready) in math However, receives a 510 on SAT Math. Student will be considered conditional ready in math and must take appropriate senior level math course, earn a grade of C or higher, to maintain exemption from taking the CSU Entry Level Math test.

33 Examples of Mathematics Sequences Which Fulfill the Subject “c” Requirement for Eligibility Algebra I → Geometry → Mathematics III Mathematics I → Mathematics II → Mathematics III Mathematics I → Geometry → Algebra II Mathematics I → Geometry → Mathematics III Mathematics I → Mathematics II → Algebra II Geometry → Mathematics II → Mathematics III Mathematics I → Mathematics II → Advanced Mathematics Geometry → Mathematics III Mathematics II → Mathematics III

34 Academic & Student Success Graduation Initiative High Impact Practices Course redesign eAdvising CourseMatch

35 Slowly seeing increases in numbers of transfer students entering with AA-T/AS-T degrees Considered in admission as well as remaining degree requirements at CSU Need to build broader awareness and ability to identify students pursuing this pathway well in advance of transfer Associate Degrees for Transfer

36 Resources for Success

37 New site launched in January 2014 Statewide outreach tool Extensive planning tools Free test preparation Apply directly to CSU Lesson plans available Electronic HS transcripts* CaliforniaColleges.edu *4 pilot school districts in

38 CSU Mentor

39 Resources for Counselors How to Get to College Order free posters English & Spanish versions New student videos Student Academic Services

40 Admission & Impaction

41 TRIO All 23 campuses host TRiO Programs Over 28M in TRiO funds on CSU campuses CSU campuses host 87 TRIO Programs 16 – ETS (10,919) 37 - UB and UBMS (2,093) 2 – EOC (2,180) 24 – SSS (5,289) 8 – McNair (210) Serve 21K students

42 Thank you!


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