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1 MAP-Works ® “Making Achievement Possible” Tool for Increasing Freshmen Achievement and Retention Drake Martin, UNI MAP-Works ® Campus Coordinator Kristin Moser, UNI MAP-Works ® Technology Coordinator

2 Purposes at UNIPurposes at UNI  Identify high-risk freshmen  Focus them on success strategies  Enable interventions by faculty/staff  Generate data for understanding students’ experience

3 The BasicsThe Basics  Students take a 15-minute online survey between Sept 13 and Oct 9  They get an immediate, individualized, online feedback report  Five areas: Academic, Socio-Emotional, Behaviors and Activities, Performance and Expectations, Financial Means  Same time: “connected” faculty/staff get online status report regarding high, moderate and low risk status of each of their students  Some “connected” faculty/staff “intervene”

4 Student Link to Personalized ReportStudent Link to Personalized Report  Basic academic behaviors  Class attendance  Academic Self-Confidence  Time Management  Course Difficulties  Sense of Belonging  Campus Involvement  Paying for College  Campus Resources  Direct Connect Faculty/Staff

5 Faculty/Staff InterventionFaculty/Staff Intervention  Residence Life Coordinator (Primary Direct Connect)  High and Moderate Risk – RA Conversation with resident  Other intervention, as deemed necessary  Academic Advisor (Direct Connect)  Additional information in advising process  Course Instructor (Direct Connect)  AIO – Alert Input Only  Consult with individual students  Determine aggregated student challenges  Academic assignments related to student challenges (e.g. Cornerstone)

6 Quick “How To”Quick “How To”

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8 Initial Sign UpInitial Sign Up

9 Log InLog In

10 Faculty/Staff ReportingFaculty/Staff Reporting

11 Your Specific Students’ StatusYour Specific Students’ Status Student Name

12 Select “Dashboard”Select “Dashboard” Student Names Student Name

13 View ”Dashboard” Indicators About a Specific Student Student Name

14 Risk of LeavingRisk of Leaving

15 Commitment to ContinueCommitment to Continue

16 “Red” High Risk Areas of Concern“Red” High Risk Areas of Concern

17 Send OptionSend Option student address

18 Log the ContactLog the Contact Student name

19 Supports Strategic Initiatives on Campus

20 2010 1,993 new freshmen direct from high school 50.1% of students had their individual reports viewed by at least one faculty or staff member ,946 new freshmen direct from high school 149 sophomores (Jumpstart students in fall 2010 and multicultural students who did not participate in Jumpstart) AdministrationDetailsAdministration Details

21 Fall 2010 to Fall 2011 RetentionFall 2010 to Fall 2011 Retention

22 Factors

23 Recommendations

24 Overall TransitionOverall Transition

25 Academic IntegrationAcademic Integration

26 Help Promote!Help Promote!  “It’s All About You!”  Sept 13 – Oct 2  Ten $50 VISA cards for Sept 13 “takers”  Grand Prize: $1,000 off u-bill  “85% completion” floor parties

27 MAP-Works ®Oversight TeamMAP-Works ®Oversight Team  Drake Martin (Department of Residence) Campus Coordinator  Kristin Moser (Institutional Research) Technology Coordinator  Kathy Peters (Academic Learning Center) Alert Coordinator  April Chatham-Carpenter (Communication Studies)  Chris Neuhaus (Rod Library)  Alexis Olson (Department of Residence)  Tony Smothers (Academic Advising)  Donna Vinton (Academic Assessment)  Kristin Woods (New Student Programs)


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