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1 IUPUI—Committed to Diversity Fall 2011 Enrollment 1

2 IUPUI (IN) Beginners 2

3 IUPUI (IN + CO) 3

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5 Enrolled Students 5

6 Hispanic/Latino3.3%3.8% African American9.6%9.9% Amer Ind/Alaska Native0.2% Asian American3.9% Nat. Haw./Pac. Islnd.0.1% Two or More Races1.4%2.1% Total Minority18.5%19.9% White72.9%72.3% Other/Unknown3.9%2.8% Foreign4.7%5.0% Total100% 6 IUPUI (IN) Share of Campus Enrollment

7 IUPUI Students Unable to Verify Lawful Presence in the US Dealing With SB 590 / HB

8 House Bill 1402 Synopsis: ▫Provides that an individual who is not lawfully in the United States is not eligible to pay the resident tuition rate that is determined by the state educational institution. ▫http://www.in.gov/legislative/bills/2011/PDF/HE/H E pdfhttp://www.in.gov/legislative/bills/2011/PDF/HE/H E pdf Effective: July 1,

9 Senate Bill 590 Synopsis: ▫(6) Requires an agency or political subdivision to verify the eligibility of an individual who applies for federal, state, or local public benefits ▫(9) Allows a state agency or political subdivision to terminate a public contract for services with a contractor for breach of the public contract for services if the contractor knowingly employs an unauthorized alien. ▫(12) Establishes certain state crimes, including: (A) offenses related to identification numbers and documents; (B) false identity statement ▫ (18) Prohibits a person who is not lawfully in the United States from being eligible for or receiving any higher education award or a resident tuition rate. ▫http://www.in.gov/legislative/bills/2011/PDF/SE/SE pdfhttp://www.in.gov/legislative/bills/2011/PDF/SE/SE pdf Effective: July 1,

10 Indiana University’s Compliance Measures Fall 2011 IU introduced an online citizenship affidavit to comply with new legislation. ▫Students who are unable to affirm lawful presence in the United States will:  Pay out-of-state tuition.  No longer receive institutional financial aid (scholarships, grants, assistantships, etc.) ▫Students who do not respond by October/November will:  Pay out-of-state tuition.  No longer receive institutional financial aid.  Be blocked from utilizing OneStart services.  (This is an incentive to promote compliance with completion of the verification process.) 10

11 11 Initial notification sent to students

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13 If the student clicks yes and continue, it advances to the final verification page. 13

14 If the student clicks No, then clicks continue, this page is presented. 14

15 Student clicks the checkbox as the electronic signature, and then clicks continue to exit 15

16 Affidavit Results – IU system 16

17 Affidavit Results – IU system 17

18 Affidavit Results – IUPUI Campus (as of 9/12/11) Unable to verify lawfully residing in the U.S. ▫45-50 students ▫Approximately 90% UG ▫Ongoing checking with students Approximately 90% of the students have completed the affidavit 18

19 Division of Enrollment Services Actions Group Listening Sessions prior to July 1, 2011 hosted by Latino Faculty Staff Council and Office of Diversity Access and Achievement Discussions of impact of legislation with community partners serving affected populations ▫La Plaza ▫National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) ▫Indiana Latino Institute (ILI) Individual and Family Counseling Session ▫Ashley Anderson, Office of Undergraduate Admission, – counseled newly admitted and prospective students on impact of legislation ▫Kim Stewart-Brinston, Office for Diversity Access and Achievement, – counseled continuing students on impact of legislation 19

20 Division of Enrollment Services Actions (cont.) Developed the Degree Attainment Scholarship ▫Purpose:  The Degree Attainment Program (DAP) scholarship is designed to support continuing undergraduate IUPUI students who are ineligible to apply for and receive institutional, state and federal financial aid as of July 1, This is a one year non- renewable scholarship. ▫Eligibility:  Student must be a continuing IUPUI undergraduate student enrolled at least half-time for academic year  Student must be in good academic standing with the university  Priority will be given to students who:  Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher  Have 40 credit hours or less left to complete their undergraduate degree at IUPUI  Have previously received institutional scholarships  Holders of F-1 student visas are not eligible to apply 20

21 Degree Attainment Scholarship Funding Funded through an unrestricted foundation account. Total of 18 students have applied to date with 9 students receiving funding for Average GPA of Awardees: 3.22 Average # Credit Hrs. Remaining: Average Award Amount: $8,599 21

22 We will continue to work with prospective and admitted students to inform them about the legislation and to assist them with identifying their options for achieving a degree. ▫We will work closely with Ivy Tech as an option for the first two years. ▫Ivy Tech-IUPUI Office of Coordinated Program (Passport) We will continue to work with community groups and others to identify possible funding sources for these students. 22

23 Contact Information Kimberly Stewart-Brinston IUPUI Office for Diversity Access and Achievement (317) Rebecca Porter Division of Enrollment Services (317) Ashley Anderson Office of Undergraduate Admissions (317)


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