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Goals & Objectives

Table 5: Annual Measurable Objectives and Performance Indicators

Major Objectives in Measurable Terms

Performance Indicators

Year 1: October 2018—September 2019

Obj. 1: By Sep. 30, 2019, increase to 60% the retention of first-time, full-time freshmen. (Baseline=59.2%)

At least 60% of first-time, full-time freshmen who entered fall 2018 returned fall 2018

Obj. 2: By Sep. 30, 2019, increase to 57% the retention of at-risk students enrolled in at least 1 Intermediate (IE) course. (Baseline=55.9%)

At least 57% of at-risk students enrolled in 1 or more IE courses who entered fall 2018 returned fall 2018

Obj. 3: By Sep. 30, 2019, increase to at least 67% the avg. passing rate of students in IE Courses. (Baseline=66.7% avg.)

At least 67% (avg.) of students will pass IE courses

Obj. 4: By Sep. 30, 2019, increase to at least 49% the passing rate of students in Intermediate Math. (Baseline=48.3%)

At least 49% of students will pass IE Math

Obj. 5: Increase 150% graduation rate

This objective will be measured in Years 3-5

Obj. 6: faculty and staff advisors training on comprehensive advising practices

This objective will be measured in Years 3-5

Obj. 7: faculty and staff advisors proficient in use of degree audit and advising software

This objective will be measured in Years 3-5

Obj. 8: Academic Affairs leadership and staff proficient in retrieving, analyzing, and incorporating tracked data into their daily practices

This objective will be measured in Years 3-5

Year 2: October 2019—September 2020                                

Obj. 1: By Sep. 30, 2020, increase to 61% the retention of first-time, full-time freshmen. (Baseline=59.2%)

At least 61% of first-time, full-time freshmen who entered fall 2019 returned fall 2020

Obj. 2: By Sep. 30, 2020, increase to 58% the retention of at-risk students enrolled in at least 1 Intermediate (IE) course. (Baseline=55.9%)

At least 58% of at-risk students enrolled in 1 or more IE courses who entered fall 2019 returned fall 2020

Obj. 3: By Sep. 30, 2020, increase to at least 68% the avg. passing rate of students in IE Courses. (Baseline=66.7% avg.)

At least 68% (avg.) of students will pass IE courses

Obj. 4: By Sep. 30, 2020, increase to at least 50% the passing rate of students in Intermediate Math. (Baseline=48.3%)

At least 50% of students will pass IE Math

Obj. 5: Increase 150% graduation rate

This objective will be measured in Years 3-5

Obj. 6: faculty and staff advisors training on comprehensive advising practices

This objective will be measured in Years 3-5

Obj. 7: faculty and staff advisors proficient in use of degree audit and advising software

This objective will be measured in Years 3-5

Obj. 8: Academic Affairs leadership and staff proficient in retrieving, analyzing, and incorporating tracked data into their daily practices

This objective will be measured in Years 3-5

Year 3: October 2020—September 2021

Obj. 1: By Sep. 30, 2021, increase to 63% the retention of first-time, full-time freshmen. (Baseline=59.2%)

At least 63% of first-time, full-time freshmen who entered fall 2020 returned fall 2021

Obj. 2: By Sep. 30, 2021, increase to 59% the retention of at-risk students enrolled in at least 1 Intermediate (IE) course. (Baseline=55.9%)

At least 59% of at-risk students enrolled in 1 or more IE courses who entered fall 2020 returned fall 2021

Obj. 3: By Sep. 30, 2021, increase to at least 70% the avg. passing rate of students in IE Courses. (Baseline=66.7% avg.)

At least 70% (avg.) of students will pass IE courses

Obj. 4: By Sep. 30, 2021, increase to at least 53% the passing rate of students in Intermediate Math. (Baseline=48.3%)

At least 53% of students will pass IE Math

Obj. 5: By Sep. 30, 2021, increase to 40% the 150% graduation rate. (Baseline=39%)

At least 40% of students will graduate within 150% time

Obj. 6: By Sep. 30, 2021, 50% of faculty and staff advisors will receive training on comprehensive advising practices. (Baseline=0)

At least 50% of faculty/staff advisors trained in comprehensive advising practices

Obj. 7: By Sep. 30, 2021, at least 50% of faculty and staff advisors will be proficient in use of degree audit and advising software. (Baseline=2018)

At least 50% of faculty/staff advisors proficient in use of degree audit & advising software

Obj. 8: By Sep. 30, 2021, 50% of Academic Affairs leadership and staff will be proficient in retrieving, analyzing, and incorporating tracked data into their daily practices. (Baseline=2018)

At least 50% of Academic Affairs staff proficient in retrieving, analyzing, and using tracked data into daily practices

Year 4: October 2021—September 2022

Obj. 1: By Sep. 30, 2022, increase to 65% the retention of first-time, full-time freshmen. (Baseline=59.2%)

At least 65% of first-time, full-time freshmen who entered fall 2021 returned fall 2022

Obj. 2: By Sep. 30, 2022, increase to 61% the retention of at-risk students enrolled in at least 1 Intermediate (IE) course. (Baseline=55.9%)

At least 61% of at-risk students enrolled in 1 or more IE courses who entered fall 2021 returned fall 2022

Obj. 3: By Sep. 30, 2022, increase to at least 72% the avg. passing rate of students in IE Courses. (Baseline=66.7% avg.)

At least 72% (avg.) of students will pass IE courses

Obj. 4: By Sep. 30, 2022, increase to at least 56% the passing rate of students in Intermediate Math. (Baseline=48.3%)

At least 56% of students will pass IE Math

Obj. 5: By Sep. 30, 2022, increase to 41% the 150% graduation rate. (Baseline=39%)

At least 41% of students will graduate within 150% time

Obj. 6: By Sep. 30, 2022, 70% of faculty and staff advisors will receive training on comprehensive advising practices. (Baseline=0)

At least 70% of faculty/staff advisors trained in comprehensive advising practices

Obj. 7: By Sep. 30, 2022, at least 70% of faculty and staff advisors will be proficient in use of degree audit and advising software. (Baseline=2018)

At least 70% of faculty/staff advisors proficient in use of degree audit & advising software

Obj. 8: By Sep. 30, 2022, 70% of Academic Affairs leadership and staff will be proficient in retrieving, analyzing, and incorporating tracked data into their daily practices. (Baseline=2018)

At least 70% of Academic Affairs staff proficient in retrieving, analyzing, and using tracked data into daily practices

Year 5: October 2022—September 2023

Obj. 1: By Sep. 30, 2023, increase to 67% the retention of first-time, full-time freshmen. (Baseline=59.2%)

At least 67% of first-time, full-time freshmen who entered fall 2022 returned fall 2023

Obj. 2: By Sep. 30, 2023, increase to 63% the retention of at-risk students enrolled in at least 1 Intermediate (IE) course. (Baseline=55.9%)

At least 63% of at-risk students enrolled in 1 or more IE courses who entered fall 2022 returned fall 2023

Obj. 3: By Sep. 30, 2023, increase to at least 74% the avg. passing rate of students in IE Courses. (Baseline=66.7% avg.)

At least 74% (avg.) of students will pass IE courses

Obj. 4: By Sep. 30, 2023, increase to at least 60% the passing rate of students in Intermediate Math. (Baseline=48.3%)

At least 60% of students will pass IE Math

Obj. 5: By Sep. 30, 2023, increase to 43% the 150% graduation rate. (Baseline=39%)

At least 43% of students will graduate within 150% time

Obj. 6: By Sep. 30, 2023, 90% of faculty and staff advisors will receive training on comprehensive advising practices. (Baseline=0)

At least 90% of faculty/staff advisors trained in comprehensive advising practices

Obj. 7: By Sep. 30, 2023, at least 90% of faculty and staff advisors will be proficient in use of degree audit and advising software. (Baseline=2018)

At least 90% of faculty/staff advisors proficient in use of degree audit & advising software

Obj. 8: By Sep. 30, 2023, 90% of Academic Affairs leadership and staff will be proficient in retrieving, analyzing, and incorporating tracked data into their daily practices. (Baseline=2018)

At least 90% of Academic Affairs staff proficient in retrieving, analyzing, and using tracked data into daily practices