Summary of Emerging Trends in Higher Education Spring 2011

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Caada College Educational Master Plan

Summary of Emerging Trends in Higher EducationSpring 20111. Increase in On-line Offerings

Summary of Emerging Trends in Higher Education

2. Balance of both digital and face-to-face curriculumSummary of Emerging Trends in Higher Education3. Demand for non-semester based courses and programsSummary of Emerging Trends in Higher Education4. Increasing student diversitySummary of Emerging Trends in Higher Education5. Increased demand for sustainability on campus and in programmingSummary of Emerging Trends in Higher Education6. Decreased financial aid and increased costs for studentsSummary of Emerging Trends in Higher Education7. Decreased funding for public higher educationSummary of Emerging Trends in Higher EducationBrief Overview: San Mateo CountyVery diverse population with diverse educational needs

Relatively older population; nearly 3 of 5 are over age 35

9Brief Overview: San Mateo County

High median income but significant income disparity

Parents largely have high standards and expectations for their children

Caada College: Student Headcount (Fall 2002- Fall 2010)Student Headcount11Canada College DemographicsStudent GenderCaada CollegeFallFallAverageStudent GenderHeadcountPercentGPAFemale4,58165%2.86Male2,43835%2.5912Canada College DemographicsStudent AgeCaada CollegeFallFallAverageStudent AgeHeadcountPercentGPA18 & 19 Yrs Old99015%2.5420 - 24 Yrs Old1,90528%2.5225 - 29 Yrs Old1,03315%2.8630 - 39 Yrs Old1,16417%2.9040+ Yrs Old1,70025%3.2513Canada College DemographicsStudent EthnicityCaada CollegeFallFallAverageStudent EthnicityHeadcountPercentGPAAsian5317%3.18Black2964%2.36Filipino2353%3.02Hispanic2,81639%2.53Multi-Race3795%2.72White228732%3.01Other6639%2.9614Canada College DemographicsStudent Place of ResidenceCaada CollegeFallFallAverageStudent Residential ZoneHeadcountPercentGPA*Redwood City 1,99028%2.27East Palo Alto97213%2.22San Mateo / Hillsborough99614%3.13San Carlos / Belmont70010%3.27Woodside / Portola Valley5448%2.83San Francisco2594%3.09All Others175424%2.7515Units Earned in Following Spring TermUnits Earned in Next Fall TermUnits Earned in First Fall Term*12+6-11.5< 6Likelihood of Success45%18%2%(1 in 50)Successful Outcomes Degree Certificate Transfer Prepared** Transfer Directed ***11.5%15.6%72.9%*First Fall term cohort is limited to First-Time students that declared their primary educational goal to be either degree, certificate or transfer.** Transfer Prepared is defined as students having achieved 60+ units in transferable courses within six years.*** Transfer Directed is defined as students having completed both a transfer level Math and a transfer level English course. Within six yearsPct. of CohortLikelihood given behavior over one term onlyLikelihood of a Successful Outcome for degree & transfer seeking students for different unit earning pathwaysUnits Earned in Following Spring TermUnits Earned in Next Fall TermUnits Earned in First Fall Term12+6-11.5< 612+6-11.5< 6Likelihood of Success66%40%11%(1 in 10)Successful Outcomes Degree Certificate Transfer Prepared Transfer Directed 11.5%15.6%72.9%Pct. of CohortLikelihood given behavior over two terms*First Fall term cohort is limited to First-Time students that declared their primary educational goal to be either degree, certificate or transfer.** Transfer Prepared is defined as students having achieved 60+ units in transferable courses within six years.*** Transfer Directed is defined as students having completed both a transfer level Math and a transfer level English course. Within six yearsLikelihood of a Successful Outcome for degree & transfer seeking students for different unit earning pathways75-80% of incoming student place into pre-transfer courses

Success rates in basic skills courses are roughly 15% lower than the college average

Some Caada Highlights

18Students list time to degree and costs and as their primary college concerns

In any given term 43% of our students take a single course

Across all categories student performance has been shown to increases with the number of units taken

Some Caada Highlights19Some Caada Highlights

HMC and Caada Site Task Force Ideas

Students and their educational well being at the heart of planningCaada is our communitys college and partnerInnovation & Excellence are at the heart of our work

Some Caada Highlights

HMC and Caada Site Task Force Ideas

Spaces for Engagement with support for technology are importantSpaces should support pathways for students to attain educational goalsWe should be leaders in sustainability