|Enhance student engagement and achievement in academics and co-curricular activities. |
- Enhance the physical and technological infrastructure to support and facilitate innovation in teaching and learning.
- Augment the resources and technical expertise available to faculty and staff to improve teaching and learning.
- Increase, recognize, and reward innovation in teaching, learning, and student life.
- Improve retention through an enriched set of student experiences.
- Provide support services that facilitate the achievement of high academic performance expectations in a focused area of study.
- Provide inclusive, responsive, and student-led cocurricular activities, including registered student organizations, student government, and Residence Life activities.
|16. Percent of undergraduate degrees with all six program assessment elements in place, including use of student learning assessment results in decision-making or planning|
17. Percent of graduate degree programs using student learning assessment results in decision-making or planning
18. Bachelor’s degrees awarded (total, high-demand fields, low-income students)
19. Graduate degrees awarded (master’s, doctoral, professional, high-demand and STEM fields)
20. Number of internship or practicum experiences (National Survey of Student Engagement and college reports)
21. Percentage of classrooms meeting benchmark quality standards
- Honors enrollment
- Students on President’s Honor Roll (3.5 and above) each semester
- Student satisfaction: percent of seniors and graduate students satisfied with academic experience (Educational Benchmarking Incorporated Survey)
- National Survey of Student Engagement, alumni surveys, senior survey
- Research, scholarly, and creative activities conducted with a faculty member outside of course or program requirements (National Survey of Student Engagement)
- Course-based civic engagement activities (National Survey of Student Engagement)
- UCORE assessments of quality (Office of Assessment of Teaching and Learning)
- International Programs’ report on clubs, international internships, Global Case Competition, community service activities
- eLearning and other relevant grants
- Percent of students satisfied with facilities and equipment in classrooms and labs
- Housing services survey (Educational Benchmarking Incorporated)
- Number of graduate students on external fellowships (Graduate School)
- LibQual and other library service assessments
|Increase the size , diversity and academic preparedness of the undergraduate and graduate student populations at all campuses.|
- Build a stronger support structure to recruit and retain transfer students.
- Develop stronger outreach and recruitment for high-achieving underrepresented students.
- Invest in effective recruiting programs for high-achieving out-of-state students.
- Invest in graduate student recruitment and mentoring initiatives and programs for underrepresented groups.
|22. Total university enrollment (bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, professional)|
23. Percent of student body from underrepresented groups (undergraduate, graduate, professional)
|Produce graduates who are highly sought by post-baccalaureate and post-graduate employers and graduate/ professional programs.|
- Assess and respond to emerging opportunities through strategic investment in new programs.
- Broaden student engagement with cultures, ideas, and artistic expression of people of our diverse nation and world.
- Facilitate student engagement in high-impact learning experiences.
- Expand international dual degree programs in graduate education.
- Devise four-year pathways for students that integrate career and personal development activities with academic degree plans.
- Ensure that faculty have ready access to information regarding student achievement of fundamental competencies valued by employers (writing, critical thinking, problem-solving, etc.).
|24. Alumni survey: percent of graduates employed within 1 year in a job relevant to their degree|
- Career Center reports:
—employer activity at career expos, hiring, interviews
—Student activity as logged in the career database
- Evidence of relevant programming (college reports)
- National Survey of Student Engagement survey items on global perspectives
- Info Literacy module results from the Educational Benchmarking Incorporated (Housing) reports
- Common Reading and Freshman Focus assessments
- Office of International Programs’ report on global competencies of students
|Align student recruitment, admissions, and retention system-wide to enhance access, inclusiveness, and student success.|
- Support and encourage engagement in wellness, safety, artistic, and civic programs and activities.
- Support and encourage programming that cultivates and supports healthy decision making and academic skills.
- Augment the resources and technical expertise to support and assess data-informed enrollment management and student support programming.
- Support innovations in advising technology and processes that increase time spent advising relative to time spent on enrollment logistics.
|27. Freshmen retention rate (all students, low income, underrepresented groups, first generation)|
26. Four-year graduation rate (all students, low income, underrepresented groups, first generation)
27. Six-year graduation rate (all students, low income, underrepresented groups, first generation)
28. Percent of students who complete:
—master’s degree within four years as compared to peers in similar disciplines
—doctoral degree within eight years as compared to peers in similar disciplines
29. Average SAT of incoming freshmen
- Student progress indicators on state dashboard (Public Centralized Higher Education Enrollment System)
- Percent of direct-from-high-school students completing college-level math and English within two years
- Percent of first-year students who complete a full or part-time load in first year
- Course completion (percentage of credit hours completed out of those attempted)