Followed up regarding using Fall 2014 MIS data.
The question I have regarding the request are found in red. The main concern I have getting started is if this should ben enrollment numbers or headcount numbers AND if enrollment, should it be unique students or duplicated. Thank you!
Here is the actual research request:
COD total and EVC: Number and Percentage of Students Enrolled Who Meet the SSS Eligibility Requirements, 2013-2014 -- Should this be unique enrollment count for the entire 2013-14 year (enrollment = 1 and then unique students?)? And should it be students who meet all 4 of the requirements? Or counts for each?
• College Enrollment
• Low-Income – same as low SES definition? (Low SES = Any student who received one or any combination of the following Financial Aid awards - BOG A, BOG B, SEOG, PELL)
• First Generation – definition?
• Individuals with Disabilities – definition? Anyone on the “SD file”?
• Students in need of academic support – definition?
COD total and EVC: Individuals with Disability Enrolled at COD and Type of Disability, Fall 2014 – unique enrollment count for the term? (enrollment = 1 and then unique students?)
• Visually Impaired
• Hearing Impaired
• Mobility Impaired
• Learning Disabled
• Acquired Brain Injury
• Development Delayed
• Psychological Disability
• Other Disability
COD total and EVC: Percent of Entering Students Needing Remediation at COD, Fall 2014
• Number and percent in reading, writing, mathematics over the past four fall terms – for the past 4 fall terms, # enrolled in below transfer level courses? Unique count?
COD total and EVC: Student counseling data
• Current number of counseling staff and student to counselor ratio – do we have this in MIS data?
COD total and EVC: Demographics
• COD Students by Ethnicity, past five years (using fall term data)
• COD Faculty by Ethnicity, past five years
• COD total and EVC Enrollment, Fall 2014 – unique or duplicated
• COD total and EVC Gender, Ethnicity, and Age, Fall 2014
• COD total and EVC Number of Financial Aid Recipients, 2013-2014
COD total and EVC: Student Performance
• Retention of Students Fall to Fall, past five years, by SSS eligible and non-eligible – what does SSS eligible mean?
• Good Academic Standing for SSS Eligible and Non-eligible students, Fall 2014
• Graduation Rates for Students Entering (past four fall terms) by SSS eligible and non-eligible
• COD Four Year Transfer Rates (past four fall terms) by SSS eligible and non-eligible
• COD total and EVC Academic performance in Basic Skills Remedial English and Math Courses, Fall 2013 (Total Grades Awarded; Percent of A, B, and C Grades; Percent of ALL Other Grades Including W’s and I’s)
• COD total and EVC Mean GPA Difference Between Eligible SSS Students and Non Eligible SSS First Time Students Who Enrolled in Fall 2013
• COD total and EVC Comparison Between SSS Eligible and Non Eligible First Time Students who Achieve a GPA of 2.00 or Higher During Their First Semester
Tessa Rohl, MS
Research Analyst, Institutional Research
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Subject: Re: EVC SSS Proposal Items
I think if you can get the more recent data, and the application deadline
allows for this, we should go with that.
Susan Perri MPA
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Arlington, VA 22203