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2011-2012 Report on Enrollments and Impaction Academic Senate Presentation November 10, 2011 Steve Murray, Acting Vice President – Academic Affairs 1.

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1 Report on Enrollments and Impaction Academic Senate Presentation November 10, 2011 Steve Murray, Acting Vice President – Academic Affairs 1

2 College Year FTES (Actual vs. Target) 2

3 New Undergraduates FallSpring FTFUGTFTFUGT ,9433,659301, ,8513,895181, ,1544,008222, ,6973,082112, *4,0653, **3,9124,16552, *** (exceed current budgeted targets by 3%) 4,1953,53251, (preliminary –exceed current targets by 5%) 4,100 52,000 3 *The campus was required to reduce enrollment to budgeted target beginning in (very limited transfers in spring 2010). ** Target revisions October 2010 resulted in opportunities for spring 2011 transfers. ***The campus is now fully impacted (all majors) at the undergraduate level.

4 Implementing CSU Impaction Criteria is Necessary to Control Enrollments by Limiting The Admission of New Students 4

5 Types of CSU Admissions Impaction Campus impaction – A local area is established; – Applicants from outside that area must meet supplemental admissions criteria – Usually criteria are implemented by "level", e.g., first-time freshmen, transfers, etc. Program impaction – Supplemental admissions criteria such as competitive admissions may be required of all applicants for specified (or all) majors/programs 5

6 Principles for Implementing Impaction Admission criteria will be set to the degree possible to: Provide access to students consistent with the fiscal and campus resources required to maintain quality instruction and student and other services. Ensure the diversity of the CSU Fullerton student body - one that reflects our region’s population. Give admissions priority to applicants near the CSU Fullerton campus. – Give preference to students from our local admissions area. – Take into account students from outside our local admissions area, many of whom live close to campus in areas historically served by CSU Fullerton. 6

7 Guiding Principles for Impaction In implementing our impaction plan, the campus will attempt to adopt admissions strategies that: – do not inadvertently alter the mix of lower and upper division students and majors. – take into consideration the historical balance of freshmen and transfer students and the numbers of students enrolled in campus programs or majors. 7

8 Fall 2011 Admissions Outcomes The university received 35,235 freshmen applications for 3,900 anticipated enrolled seats We admitted 16,452 and enrolled 4,195 FTF We denied admission to 4,652 CSU eligible FTF The university received 16,771 upper division transfer applications for 3,900 anticipated enrolled seats We admitted 7,447 and enrolled 3,532 UDTs We denied admission to 3,539 CSU eligible UDTs 8

9 Current Admissions Areas for Campus Impaction Admissions Areas are defined by the campus and approved by the Chancellor’s Office – First-time Freshman local admissions area = all high schools in Orange County, Walnut, Whittier, Chino Valley, Corona, Norco and Alvord School districts. – New Upper Division Transfer local admissions area is defined as all Orange County Community Colleges. Students must have earned their majority of units from an Orange County Community College to be considered a local applicant. 9

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12 Upper Division Transfer Admissions Area with Community College and other CSU campus Locations miles

13 LA Basin CSU Campus Local Admissions Areas CampusFirst-Time FreshmanUpper-Division Transfer Dominguez HillsState of California Fullerton All high schools in Orange County, Chino, Corona/Norco, Walnut, Whittier, and Alvord School District Majority of courses from or in combination with each of the community colleges in Orange County Long Beach The following school districts: ABC, Anaheim (Cypress and Oxford only), Bellflower, Compton, Downey, Huntington Beach, Long Beach, Los Alamitos, and Paramount 30 units of coursework from Long Beach City College and/or Orange Coast, Golden West or Coast Community College Los Angeles All high schools located East to 605 freeway and the Los Angeles County Line, West to 405 freeway, South to Highway 42 (Firestone Blvd.), and North to LA County Line Majority of coursework from or in combination with these community colleges: East LA College, Glendale City College, Los Angeles CC, Los Angeles Trade Tech, Pasadena City College, Rio Hondo College, Santa Monica College, Los Angeles Southwest College, and West Los Angeles College Northridge All high schools from main portion of Los Angeles County and all of Ventura County State of California Pomona All high schools west of the 15 Freeway, north of the 60 Freeway, east of the 605 Freeway and south of the 210 Freeway (Walnut) Majority of courses from Mt. San Antonio College or Citrus College or both San Bernardino The following school districts in San Bernardino County: Apple Valley, Chaffey, Colton, Fontana, Hesperia, Morongo, Redlands, Rialto, Rim of the World, San Bernardino City, Victor Valley, and Yucaipa. Riverside County: Banning, Beaumont, Coachella Valley, Desert Sands, Jurupa Valley, Moreno Valley, Palm Springs, and Riverside. At least one unit from California Community Colleges in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties 13 *Bold Green denotes overlap with CSU Fullerton Local Admissions Area

14 Rebalancing In/Out Admissions Ratios 14

15 Impaction and Characteristics of the 2011 Freshman Class FA 10FA 11 Admissions Standard (Local/non-Local) EI ≥ 2900/3600EI ≥ 3200/3500 % Local70%57% Mean HS GPA (Local/non- Local) 3.19/ /3.47 Mean SAT (Local/non-Local)991/ /1022 ARTS6.8%7.9% CBE16.4%17.1% COMM7.2%8.8% ECS9.1%8.5% HHD9.4%10.7% H&SS19.1%18.0% NSM11.2%12.2% OTHER20.7%16.8% 15

16 Impaction and Characteristics of the 2011 Freshman Class FA 10FA 11 CSU Eligible Denied local/non-local 0/4,456889/3,763 Women/Men57%/43%58%/42% Black2.7%2.4% Hispanic40.9%39.8% Asian/PI21.8%22.9% White25.5%24.9% Unknown3.2%2.3% International1.9%2.4% Multiple Race3.8%5.1% 16

17 17 CSU Eligible Denied First-time Freshmen by Admissions Area and HS District HS District (local)FA11HS District (outside)FA11 FA10 Anaheim Union High118Los Angeles Unified Garden Grove Unified115Chaffey Joint Union High Corona-Norco Unified77Downey Unified Santa Ana Unified72Riverside Unified77 82 Fullerton Joint Union High72Other Outside LA County district71 47 Chino Valley Unified56Torrance Unified70 95 Walnut Valley Unified46Pomona Unified65 75 Whittier Union High46Long Beach Unified63 88 Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified42San Gabriel Unified61 52 Saddleback Valley Unified37ABC Unified61 72 Huntington Beach Union High37Montebello Unified56 42 Total (local area)889Total (outside)3,763 4,456

18 FTF High School Statistics Fall Census Impaction ZoneHeadcountHS GPASAT VERBSAT MATHSAT TOTAL Eligibility Index Local Area 2,398 2,398 (2,727) (3.19) (485) (506) (991) (3540) Outside Local Area 1,797 1,797 (1,185) (3.47) (505) (523) (1028) (3808) All First-Time Freshmen 4,195 4,195 (3,912) (3.27)501 (491) (511) (1002) (3620) 18 (Fall 2010 data are shown in parentheses)

19 Effect of Impaction First-time Freshmen 19

20 First-time Full-time Freshman Six-Year Graduation Rate by Eligibility Index Range (three cohort average rate = 51%) 20

21 Impaction and Characteristics of the 2011 UG Transfer Class FA 10FA 11 Admissions Standard (Local/non-Local) TranGPA ≥ 2.00/3.70TranGPA ≥ 2.30/3.30 % Local90%78% Mean Transfer GPA (Local/non-Local) 2.98/ /3.37 ARTS6.6%6.8% CBE30.7%27.7% COMM12.1%12.7% ECS3.0%3.7% HHD14.7%16.2% H&SS28.2%27.5% NSM4.8%5.3% 21

22 Impaction and Characteristics of the 2011 UG Transfer Class FA 10FA 11 CSU Eligible Denied local/non-local 0/6,374107/3,432 Women/Men53%/47%55%/45% Black1.6%1.8% Hispanic26.4%27.6% Asian/PI19.7%19.8% White35.1%34.3% Unknown7.9%6.8% International5.9%6.1% Multiple Race3.3%3.4% 22

23 23 CSU Eligible Denied Community College Transfers by Admissions Area FA11 FA10 Fullerton College29Mount San Antonio College Orange Coast College20Pasadena City College Santa Ana College12Cerritos Community College Irvine Valley College11Riverside Community College Saddleback College8El Camino College Cypress College7Citrus Community College Santiago Canyon College7East Los Angeles College Golden West College7Long Beach City College Coastline College0Rio Hondo Community College Santa Monica College Chaffey Community College Total (local area Community Colleges)101Total (outside Community Colleges)3,013 5,493

24 Effect of Impaction New Undergraduate Transfers 24

25 New UG Transfer Six-Year Graduation Rate by Transfer GPA at Entry Range (three cohort average rate = 72%) 25

26 The Future:

27 New Undergraduates FallSpring FTFUGTFTFUGT ,9433,659301, ,8513,895181, ,1544,008222, ,6973,082112, *4,0653, **3,9124,16552, *** (exceed current budgeted targets by 3%) 4,1953,53251, (preliminary –exceed current targets by 5%) 4,100 52, *The campus was required to reduce enrollment to budgeted target beginning in (very limited transfers in spring 2010). ** Target revisions October 2010 resulted in opportunities for spring 2011 transfers. ***The campus is now fully impacted (all majors) at the undergraduate level.

28 Impaction Approach for will be similar to (Approved by CSU Chancellor’s Office 9/21/2010) Campus Impaction for students outside of our local admissions area – Threshold will be higher than that required of local students under major/program impaction Major/Program impaction for local admissions area students – Plan to apply a common threshold across all majors above CSU minimum threshold and less than the outside of local admissions area campus impaction threshold 28


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