Presentation on theme: "SUNY IR Update John D. Porter Associate Provost for Institutional Research AIRPO West Point, NY June 16, 2004."— Presentation transcript:
SUNY IR Update John D. Porter Associate Provost for Institutional Research AIRPO West Point, NY June 16, 2004
Organizational Changes Elizabeth Capaldi now Senior Vice Chancellor Associate Vice Chancellor Don Steven departing for the Citadel
SOS System analysis of survey almost complete – similar to what we’ve done before. Sub-analysis of separate groups, e.g., freshmen, transfer, etc. Presentation to SA VP’s in the fall Interested in identifying long term impacts of SOS
Alumni Survey Next System-wide survey Working group met last semester – need to resurrect their work Administration date????
National Study of Faculty and Students Deadline June 30, 2004 Study population: Students enrolled July 1, June 30, 2004/Faculty fall Random sample: faculty and students. Potential problem for us.
IPEDS From our perspective the IPEDS submissions went better than anticipated. We are planning to continue on the same path in the coming year. How did you feel this went? Can we do the same for SED surveys ?
IR Data Systems Once the design team and the BIRDS complete the design and specifications, we will send the plan to campus leadership for review and comment. The final plan will reflect campus comments.
SDF Submission Pressure to move due dates up “Executive level” attention Challenges: –Systems conversions –IR staff turnover –Failure to implement System data standards
“Craine” Report Report to Trustees last Spring. Comprehensive in scope – linked to Rethinking SUNY (1995). IR issues: –Completeness/accuracy of data –Timeliness and standard definitions –Improve access and flexibility of use
Community College Benchmarking Project 22 CCs participating, 80 nation wide. Deadline June 15, Do you want us to coordinate the collection of more data next year?
FIPSE Grant Applies to 15 Campuses offering teacher education programs $682,000 Focus on teacher education program assessment. Central IR working on NYSTCE database for campuses
Mission Review II Check out the website at Campus submissions between now an the end of the year Goal is to finalize the new MOUs by next summer
Assessment Initiative In consultation with Faculty Senate, Faculty Council, and the Student Assembly Approved by the Chancellor, Provost, and Trustee’s Committee on Academic Standards. Will go before the full Board next week. Campuses will be required to adopt benchmarks that can be viewed in a larger context
HERI Survey We believe our faculty survey data is valid for at least five years. Therefore, we are not participating as a System e in the HERI 2004 survey. Of course, campuses may choose to participate if they wish.
Economic Impact What was the “infamous” spreadsheet? Attempts to group impacts by congressional district and ten Empire State economic regions Data Sources: –SUNY –Research Foundation –Construction Fund
Provost’s Academic Outcomes Report Coming this fall About 25 metrics – all the standard ones No campus specific identification unless positive
Study Populations SUNY Community College students who, Earned a AA/AS or AAS/AOS degree Earned 30 or more credit hours before transfer Earned less than 30 credit hours before transfer Compared to the Rising Junior Cohort (54-64 hours) Five geographic regions: Central, Lower Hudson, Manhattan & Long Island, Northeastern, and Western.
Distribution of Applicants by Degree/Non-Degree Status Fall 2002 Applicants
Acceptance rates of Community College Applicants by Degree/Non- degree Status Fall 2002 Completed Applications
Enrollment Yield of Community College Applicants by Degree/Non- degree Status Fall 2002 Completed Applications
Mean GPAs of Community College Students Accepted and Enrolled or Denied by Degree/Non-Degree Status
Geographic Distribution of Applicants with 2-Year Degrees Compared to the Distribution of All 2-Year Degree Recipients
Geographic Distribution of Applicants without Degree Compared to the Distribution of Community College Enrollments
Acceptance Rates by NYS Geographic Region -- Associate Degree Recipients Fall 2002 Completed Applications
Enrollment Yields by NYS Geographic Region -- Associate Degree Recipients Fall 2002 Completed Applications
Acceptance Rates by NYS Geographic Region -- With 30 or More Credits Fall 2002 Completed Applications
Enrollment Yields by NYS Geographic Region – With 30 or More Credits Fall 2002 Completed Applications
Acceptance Rates by NYS Geographic Region – Less than 30 Credits Fall 2002 Completed Applications
Enrollment Yields by NYS Geographic Region – Less than 30 Credits Fall 2002 Completed Applications
Distribution of Community College Transfer Students by Sector & Cohort
Distribution of Community College Transfer Students by Sector & Cohort – Associate Degree Recipients
Distribution of Community College Transfer Students by Sector & Cohort – Without Degree
Community College Transfer Students from Central New York by Higher Education Sector
Community College Transfer Students from Lower Hudson New York by Higher Education Sector
Community College Transfer Students from Manhattan & Long Island by Higher Education Sector
Community College Transfer Students from Northeastern New York by Higher Education Sector
Community College Transfer Students from Western New York by Higher Education Sector
Graduation Rates of Transfer Cohorts Compared to Rates of Native Cohorts 6-Yr Rate 5 Year Rate
Average Accumulated Credit Hours at Graduation
Six Year Graduation Rates Fall 1990 through Fall 1997 Cohorts
Graduation Rate Comparison Source: 2003 IPEDS Graduate Rate Survey, Fall 1996 Cohort as of Fall 2002 and SUNY data based on official Student Data and Automated Degree Files.
6-Year Graduation Rates for Fall 1996 Cohort
4-Year Graduation Rates for Fall 1996 Cohort
SUNY Student Flow Fall 1996 First-Time, Full-Time Cohort Entering Cohort Graduated from Institution Still Enrolled at Institution Transferred Drop-out Other SUNY Non-SUNY Bachelor from Other SUNY Still Enrolled at Other SUNY Drop-out N = 19,064 10,722 (56%) 351 (2%) 2,414 (13%) 1,808 (9%) 3,753 (20%) 537 (3%) 1,586 (8%) 1,021 (5%) 5,561 (29%) Associate from Other SUNY 609 (3%)
Transferred to Another School Fall 1996 Full-Time, First-Time Cohort All Baccalaureate Programs = 29.2%
Transfer to Other SUNY Fall 1996 Full-Time, First-Time Cohort All Baccalaureate Programs = 19.7%
Transfer to Non-SUNY Fall 1996 Full-Time, First-Time Cohort All Baccalaureate Programs = 9.5%
Entering Students by First- time/Transfer Status Fall 1996 Cohort
1 st Year Retention Rates
2 nd Year Retention Rates
Graduation Rates and Mean SAT Fall 1996 Cohort
Graduation Rate by H.S. Average Fall 1996 Full-Time, First-Time Cohort
Graduation Rate by SAT Score Fall 1996 Full-Time, First-Time Cohort