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1 Dr. Jeff Orgera, Senior Asst. Vice President, Student Affairs Catalina Carlos, Associate Director, Recruitment

2 Campus Support Enrollment and Retention Student Advocacy and Learning Support Student Involvement Student Services

3 Extraordinary Impact Fast Facts: $171M Budget Employ 15% of all UA staff Employ 50% of all student workers Auxiliaries contribute nearly half of all money to institutional administrative service change pool

4 Enrolling Extraordinary Students Total university enrollment up by about 500 students over last year at approximately 40,700 UA freshmen diversity is 41.3% New/returning undergraduate students are expected to be approximately 9,500. Freshmen: Approximately 6,900* Transfers: Approximately 2,000 Returning: Approximately 600

5 Enrolling Extraordinary Students Freshmen Averages GPA: 3.4 SAT: 1114 (M&CR) ACT: 24 Ethnic Diversity: 41% Resident: 61% Honors College Freshmen Approximately 900 students GPA: 3.82 SAT: 1321 Transfer Details Ethnic Diversity: 41.9% Resident: 78%

6 The University of Arizona is performing better than average in terms of : Cost Graduations Rates Starting Salary after graduation Debt at time of graduation Percentage of students receiving Pell grant UA = Best ROI in AZ

7 Excellent Alumni Network – Wildcat for Life Real-world ready upon graduation Degree Tracker 100% Student Engagement Recruit with the End in Mind

8 The Wildcat Promise Apply by October 1  Apply by November 1  Apply after November 1  Get notification on November 1! Get notification on December 1! Rolling admissions through May 1

9 Retaining Extraordinary Students Retention Rates (FTFT) Freshmen77.2%77.1%80.1%81.0%* Residents78.9%79.9%82.6% Non Residents74.5%71.8%75.8% Ethnic Minority74.9%72.0%79.3% Transfers74.3%75.1% 79.1% Graduation Rates Four-Year35.3%39.8%40.1% Six-Year59.8%61.4%61.3% *Point-in-Time as of 8/14/13

10 Exceptional Highlights: THINK TANK Used by 40% of freshmen Expanded to 4 locations 52,500+ hours of comprehensive academic support to students In 4 years, THINK TANK has become an incubator for innovative academic support programs Comprehensive tutoring Writing and math support Supplemental Instruction Targeted learning support for students in Schedule for Success (S4S) Partnership with CLAS ACC to support students on academic probation Engineering Math support And more…

11 Exceptional Highlights: MAP-Works What It Does Provides opportunities for more intentional conversations with students Allows us to identify our “at-risk” students earlier in the semester Provides opportunities to improve communication and eliminate duplicative efforts between departments Allows us to check back with students for point in time interventions MAP-Works Pilot 2,000 students in the cohort Over 400 student responses (20%) in less than a week Institutional DataSurvey DataPerformance / Outcomes

12 Things to look for: Never Settle 100% Engagement UA Bridge Program: Transfer Goals! Undergrad online education Degree Search Degree Tracker HS Counselor Board Bear Down Scholars Program


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