MIS Student Success & Support Programs (3SP): Reporting ...

MIS Student Success & Support Programs (3SP): Reporting ...

MIS Student Success & Support Programs (3SP): Reporting Counseling/Advising & Education Planning Services at Foothill College Lourdes del Rio-Parent, PhD Office of Institutional Research & Planning, FHDA 3SP Core Services

Orientation: Academic expectations; key information to succeed in college Data sources: Course enrollment, SOAR Assessment for Placement: Basic Skills (Math, English, ESL) Data sources: Placement /Test codes (SOATEST) Counseling, Advising, and Education Planning Services Data sources: SARS, Degree Works

Follow-up: Emphasis on at-risk students Data sources: SARS, Degree Works MIS SS (Student Success) Report Documenting and Reporting for MIS (e.g., 3SP Services) Documenting and Reporting

3SP Services MIS clients (e.g., counselor) are the experts as it relates to identifying services MIS coordinator tracks the data with the help of the MIS clients and according to report specifications. Documenting Counseling & Advising: SARS Funding Counseling/Advising Services: based on annual headcount for credit students; CA

residents (15%*) Academic Probation/Dismissal: based on term headcount for credit students; CA residents (15%*) Other follow-ups: based on term headcount for credit students; CA residents (5%*) Research versus MIS reporting SARS Reason codes identify the type of service Counseling/Advising Probation Follow-up (follow-up services related to orientation, placement, education planning,

counseling/advising) *% of 3SP allocation for services provided (60% of total funds for services provided). SARS: Summer 2015 Student Headcount by Location Counseling Center: 1,521 EOPS Department: 240 Disability Resource Center: 156 Transfer Center: 303

Career: 4 SARS Counseling Center: Summer 2015 Headcount by Reason MIS SS08-Counseling/Advising Data : Advising: 726 (48%)

Transfer Counseling: 329 (22%) A Telephone Appointment: 200 (13%) Career Counseling: 151 (10%)

Appointment for Bio/Health Programs: 132 (9%) Choose Major: 90 (6%) Personal Counseling: 83 (5%) TAA/TAP/TAG: 64 (4%) Veteran Advising: 4 (< 1%) Choose Classes: 1 (< 1%) Total headcount for summer 2015 (July 1st to August 31st) 1,521 SARS Counseling Center: Summer

2015 Headcount by Reason (cont.) SS10-Probation: Probation/Disqualification: 57 (4%) SS11-2 Follow-up Assessment for Placement: Transcript Evaluation: 153 (10%) Petition for degree or certificate: 74 (5%) Assessment Test Results: 1 (< 1%) Career Counseling: 1 (< 1%) Test Corrections: 1 (< 1%) SS11-3 Follow-up Education Plan Development

Create Educational Plan: 563 (37%) Petition for over 120 units-Financial Aid Ed Plan: 53 (3%) Create Educational Plan:1 (< 1%) Total headcount for summer 2015 (July 1st to August 31st) 1,521 Degree Works: Education Planning Services Title 5 55524. Student Educational Plan. Abbreviated: One to two terms in length; designed to meet the immediate needs of students for whom a comprehensive plan is

not appropriate [at the time]. Comprehensive: Takes into account a students interests, skills, career and education goals, major, potential transfer institutions, and the steps the student needs to take on their educational path to complete their identified course of study. The comprehensive plan helps the student achieve their course of study. The comprehensive plan includes, but is not limited to, addressing the education goal and course of study requirements, such as the requirements for the major, transfer, certificate, program, applicable course prerequisites or co-requisites, the need for basic

skills, assessment for placement results, and the need for referral to other support and instructional services as appropriate. Degree Works: Education Planning Services (cont.) Funding/Reporting Issues

Abbreviated: 10% Comprehensive: 35% It is OK to develop both types of plan during the same term For comprehensive: must have a declared major Student contract in EOPS/DSPS/CalWorks counts as abbreviated (It is assumed students develop the plan during the first term.) Once per college attendance (1 abbreviated; 1 comprehensive) Once an abbreviated and/or a comprehensive education plan is

developed, revisions are reported in SS11-3 (follow-up education plan development) Implication: Reach out to new students Degree Works: Education Planning Services (cont.) Summer 2015 Student Headcount by Education Plan Type Before taking into account plans previously developed/reported Abbreviated: 983 Comprehensive: 1,006

After taking into account plans previously developed/reported Abbreviated: 777 (-206, 17% decline) Comprehensive: 687 (-319, 32% decline) Degree Works: Abbreviated Degree Works: Comprehensive Degree Works: Issues, Obsolete

Degree Works: Issues, Comprehensive, but Undecided Degree Works: Issues, Discrepancies for Classes & Terms Degree Works: Issues, Discrepancies for Classes & Terms (cont.)

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