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Title: Northeast Ohio OACAC Articulation 2005 TwoYear College Update


1
Northeast Ohio OACAC Articulation 2005 Two-Year
College Update
  • Ohios Colleges of First Choice

2
Two-Year College Update
  • Introductions Overview
  • Why Students Choose Two-Year Colleges
  • Transfer The Real Picture
  • Associate Degree Preferred
  • Highlights of Our Institutions
  • Q A

3
Who Attends Two-Year Colleges?
  • 11.6 million students at more than 1,100
    community colleges
  • 46 of all U.S. undergraduates
  • 45 of first-time freshman
  • 58 women, 42 men
  • 62 part-time, 38 full-time

Source American Association of Community Colleges
4
Which Ohioans Attend?
  • 52 are first-generation college students
  • Most work part-time or full-time while
    attending
  • More than 70 receive some type of financial
    aid
  • 46 are 25 years or older
  • Almost 250,000 students enrolled in credit
    courses

Source American Association of Community Colleges
5
More Students Attending
Source Market Penetration by Ohios Public
Independent Universities Colleges, Ohio Board
of Regents, 2001
6
Why Do Students Choose Two-Year Colleges?
  • Affordability
  • Accessibility
  • Transferability

7
Affordability. . .
  • Community college tuition fees/year
  • Tri-C 2,300
  • Lorain 2,307.50
  • Lakeland 2,545.50

Four-year college tuition fees/year tuition
with room board BW 20,518 27,256 CSU 7,3
44 11,893.50 John Carroll 23,380 31,156 OU
8,235 15,921
Based on 15 credits per term, 30 per year
8
Affordability . . .
Source Ohio Association of Community Colleges
9
Two-year Campuses
Accessibility . . .
Ohio
10
Accessibility Understanding Open Admissions
  • Students who apply will be admitted
  • Must maintain academic standards
  • NCA accreditation
  • Concerned with the academic success
  • Developmental studies
  • Undecided students
  • Selective programs with requirements
  • Honors courses

11
Will My Classes Transfer?
Yes! Because . . . TRANSFER IS EASY
12
Transferability
  • House Bill 95
  • Creation of Ohio Transfer Module (OTM)
  • Implementation of Course Applicability System
    (CAS)
  • Development of Transfer Assurance Guides
    (TAGs)New!

13
Transfer Module
  • Foundation of articulation and transfer
  • Specific subset of a colleges general education
    requirements
  • Guaranteed transfer creditcompletion of the OTM
    at one state college or university automatically
    meets the same requirements at the receiving
    state institution
  • Transfer of courses accepted in blocks OR
    individuallynew!

14
Course Applicability System (CAS)
  • Electronic advising system
  • Legislation mandates that all campuses
    participate to the greatest extent
  • Gives students articulation of courses
  • www.transfer.org
  • http//miami.transfer.org/cas/index.jsp

15
Transfer Assurance Guides (TAGs)
  • Groups of courses that represent a commonly
    accepted pathway to the Bachelors degree
  • Courses/course sequences may be offered at any
    public higher education institution in Ohio
  • Pathways will be offered in approximately 40
    different degree areas
  • Guaranteed transfer and application of courses to
    a particular major
  • http//www.regents.state.oh.us/tags/tags.html

16
Other Transfer Resources
  • Academic
  • Transfer guides
  • Advisors counselors
  • Financial
  • Need-based aid
  • Scholarshipsinstitutional and national (e.g. Phi
    Theta Kappa)

17
How Can High School Counselors Help With
Transfer?
  • Urge high school students to contact their target
    four year college transfer counselor as soon as
    possible
  • Suggest communication with the community college
    transfer counselor
  • Tell students to plan for transfer in January of
    the year before they plan to transfer

18
How Else Can Two-Year Colleges Benefit Students?
19
Providing Academic Programs for Many
What are typical goals of two-year students?
  • To earn a degree and start or continue a career.
  • To transfer to a four-year college or university
    either before or after earning a degree.

20
Applied Degrees and Certificates
  • Nursing
  • Business
  • Radiologic Technology
  • Computer Maintenance
  • and Networking
  • Software Development
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Massotherapy
  • Travel Tourism
  • Accounting
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Physical Therapy Assistance
  • Corrections
  • Police Science
  • and more!

21
AA/AS Transfer Majors
  • Political Science
  • Social Work
  • Theater
  • General Science
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Pre-engineering
  • Psychology
  • Urban Studies
  • and more!
  • Liberal Arts
  • Computer Art
  • Business
  • History
  • Media
  • Music
  • Fine Art
  • Graphic Design
  • Communication
  • Journalism
  • Mathematics
  • Pre-dentistry
  • Pre-med
  • Pre-veterinary
  • Sports Medicine
  • Pre-pharmacy
  • Biology
  • Education
  • Sociology
  • Computer Science

22
Student Success
  • Students who move from Ohio's 2-year colleges to
    4-year universities have similar GPAs as 4-year
    students who began their education at 4-year
    schools.

Source Ohio Association of Community Colleges
23
Student Success

The results clearly show that the performance of
two-year college students is virtually
indistinguishable from those attending four-year
institutions. -Ernest Pascarella

24
Student Success
  • 88 of Ohio associate degree graduates in 1999 -
    2003 were employed within the state in the year
    after their graduation, compared to 76 of all
    recent baccalaureate degree grads.

Source Ohio Association of Community Colleges
25
Academic SuccessFinancial Success
Source Ohio Board of Regents 2004 Regents
Performance Report
26
Student Success
  • Academic Clubs
  • Social Clubs
  • Club Sports Intercollegiate Athletics
  • Independent Research
  • Study Abroad Opportunities
  • Work-Based Learning Co-ops

27
What Else Have We Been Up To?
28
Associate Degree Preferred www.ohiocc.org
  • 23 technical community colleges
  • Career and transfer programs
  • Majors, degrees and certificates
  • Admissions and financial aid contacts
    information
  • Tuition fees
  • PSEO requirements deadlines
  • A great resource for your students!
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