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Public Meeting on CSUN Enrollment Management. Agenda Why is CSUN required to seek additional enrollment management tools? Overview of proposed impaction.

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1 Public Meeting on CSUN Enrollment Management

2 Agenda Why is CSUN required to seek additional enrollment management tools? Overview of proposed impaction plan Freshman impaction Transfer impaction Next steps and timeline Comments and questions

3 Why is CSUN required to seek additional enrollment management tools? CSU basic admissions requirements Effect of CSU/state funding (e.g., enrollment target) on admissions Effect of the gap between enrollment demand and available resources

4 What is Impaction? A condition where there are more qualified applicants than funded seats available. Impaction can be declared at: - Campus level (e.g., freshman and/or transfer) - Academic program level (e.g., by major and/or program) Permits the use of higher/supplemental requirements for some applicants to be eligible Eligible applicants are admitted based upon space available Impaction plan must be approved by the Chancellor’s Office

5 Is CSUN Currently Impacted at the Freshman Level? Yes. CSUN is impacted at the freshman level - Applicants from a defined local admissions area meet basic requirements - Non-local applicants admitted based on space available and must have higher GPA/test score 17 CSU campuses have freshman impaction

6 Current Freshman Impaction CSUN is already impacted for first-time freshmen Enhanced requirements for non-local applicants

7 Is CSUN Currently Impacted at the Transfer Level? No. CSUN is not impacted at the transfer level. CSUN is one of only 8 campuses not impacted for transfer students: - Bakersfield, Channel Islands, Dominguez Hills, East Bay, Humboldt, Monterey Bay, Northridge, Stanislaus

8 Is CSUN Currently Impacted at the Academic Program Level? Yes. CSUN has academic program impaction for 3 majors in the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics: - Accounting - Finance - Financial Planning

9 CSUN Enrollment Growth

10 CSUN Continuing Student Enrollment

11 Enrollment Growth by Entry Level

12 Gap in Target vs. Actual FTES

13 Proposed Impaction Plan In order to reduce overall enrollment by 1% per year, add capacity for: Impacting any academic program as needed Reducing the local admissions area for freshman impaction Adding transfer impaction Retaining discretion in the admission of up to 5% of the entering class There is no plan for impaction at the graduate level.

14 Phase I Plans: Geographic changes to local admissions area for first-time freshman Introduction of transfer student impaction Add program impaction for Psychology, Kinesiology, Music, and Cinema and Television Arts Ventura County students pursuing majors not offered at CSU Channel Islands are treated as local area applicants

15 CSUN/CSUCI Degree Overlap Students wishing to major in the degrees on this list who live in Ventura County and Santa Barbara County south of Gaviota are considered “local” to CSUN. Some majors have additional admission criteria through program impaction. Degrees offered by CSUN and NOT offered by CSUCI: Africana Studies Asian-American Studies Business: Business Law Business: Accountancy Business: Global Supply Chain Management Business: Information Systems Business: Real Estate Central American Studies Cinema and Television Arts Civil Engineering Communication Disorders Computer Engineering Construction Management Technology Deaf Studies Electrical Engineering Engineering Management Environmental and Occupational Health Family and Consumer Sciences French Gender and Women’s Studies Geography Geological Sciences Jewish Studies Journalism Kinesiology Linguistics Manufacturing Systems Engineering Mechanical Engineering Languages and Cultures Music Philosophy Religious Studies Systems and Operations Management Tourism, Hospitality and Rec Management Urban Studies and Planning

16 CSUN/CSUCI Degree Overlap Degrees offered by CSUCI and CSUN: Anthropology Art Biology Business: Finance Business: Management Business: Marketing Chemistry Chicana and Chicano Studies Child and Adolescent Development/Early Childhood Communication Studies Computer Science Economics English Health Sciences History Liberal Studies Mathematics Nursing Political Science Physics/Applied Physics Psychology Sociology Spanish Theatre/Performing Arts

17 Freshman Local Admissions Area The new local area for CSUN will include: Most of the Los Angeles Unified School District (excluding the East Educational Service Center) Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District Antelope Valley Union Beverly Hills Unified School District Burbank Unified School District Compton Unified School District Culver City Unified School District Glendale Unified School District Gorman Elementary School District Inglewood Unified School District La Canada Unified School District Las Virgenes Unified School District Lennox Elementary School District Lynwood Unified School District Pasadena Unified School District San Gabriel Unified School District San Marino Unified School District Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District William S. Hart Union High School District

18 High Schools No Longer in CSUN’s Local Admissions Area LAUSD East Service Area Maya Angelou Community High School – Social Justice and Fine Arts Maya Angelou Community High School – Social Justice and Global Issues Bravo Medical Magnet High School Downtown Magnets High School Eagle Rock High School Garfield High School Lincoln High School Marshall High School Orthopedic Hospital Magnet High School Wilson High School Alhambra Unified School District Century High School Independence High School Mark Keppel High School San Gabriel High School South Pasadena Unified School District South Pasadena High School Ventura County All high schools

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20 Transfer Local Admissions Area We are adding a new local area that includes the 17 California community colleges from whom we get the most students and to which we are most proximate. They are: Antelope Valley College College of the Canyons Glendale Community College Pasadena City College Los Angeles Mission College Los Angeles Pierce College Los Angeles Valley College Los Angeles City College Los Angeles Trade Technical College East Los Angeles College Los Angeles Harbor College Southwest Los Angeles College West Los Angeles College Moorpark College Oxnard College Ventura College Santa Monica College

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22 Phase II Plans: If Phase I is not sufficient, additional academic program impaction may be deployed in Additional admissions criteria based on GPA and other established criteria

23 Next Steps and Timeline Community meetings March 5, 9, 10, 11 Community comment through March 13 Submit plan to CSU March 16 Proposed changes would be implemented for and re-evaluated Graduate admissions is not affected.

24 Impaction Text goes here… Comments and Questions

25 Impaction Text goes here… Thank You


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