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Title: 4 Year Graduation Rates for Community College Transfers wit


1
Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters
Strategic Plan Presentation
Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters

2
Student Enrollment
  • Strategic Plan
  • Goal 1, Objective 10 Award graduate and
    undergraduate degrees in targeted and
    non-targeted areas consistent with Board of
    Trustees-approved Board of Governors
    Accountability Targets.

3
Student Enrollment
  • 2001-02 to 2005-06 Comparison of Student Credit
    Hours Generated

4
Student Enrollment
  • 2001-02 to 2005-06 Comparison of Student Credit
    Hours Generated

5
Student Enrollment
  • 2001-02 to 2005-06 Comparison of Student Credit
    Hours Generated

6
Growth in Graduate Enrollment
7
Student Retention
  • Strategic Plan
  • Goal 1, Objective 3 Promote the academic
    success and improve the retention rate of
    first-time-in-college (FTIC) students.
  • Goal 1, Objective 4 Promote timely completion
    of degrees and increase the graduation rate of
    FTIC students.
  • Goal 1, Objective 5 Promote the timely
    completion of degrees and increase the graduation
    rate of Associate in Arts transfer students.

8
Student Retention
9
Partner Campuses
  • Strategic Plan
  • Goal 1, Objective 11 Develop and implement
    mission-driven academic enrollment and program
    plans for each campus.

10
Partner Campuses
  • By this fall we will have moved the multi-media
    computer lab from Davie to the Fort Lauderdale
    campus and will complete groundwork to move two
    computer labs and three faculty from Boca to the
    Fort Lauderdale campus, concentrating all the
    multi-media faculty and labs in one location.
  • We will be moving the new Center for Public
    Archaeology, funded by the State, to the Fort
    Lauderdale campus, to work with the three county
    public school systems, and local communities and
    developers to raise awareness of our
    archaeological heritage in south Florida.
  • We are hiring to bolster faculty at both Broward
    and MacArthur campuses.
  • We have worked out a multi-year rotation for
    offerings in Port St. Lucie which meet the needs
    of the Colleges of Business, Education and
    Nursing.

11
Diversity
  • Strategic Plan
  • Goal 1, Objective 6 Adopt strategies that
    assure racial and ethnic diversity within the
    student body.
  • Goal 1, Objective 7 Adopt strategies that
    assure that degree completions reflect the racial
    and ethnic composition of the student body.

12
Diversity
  • 2006-07 Faculty Diversity

13
Diversity
Fall 2006 Headcount Enrollment
14
Student Diversity
2006 Degrees Awarded (Calendar Year)
15
Technology
  • Strategic Plan
  • Goal 5, Objective 1 Provide colleges and
    non-academic units adequate and stable funding to
    maintain the information technology (IT)
    infrastructure necessary for instruction,
    research and other creative activities, and
    support and administrative functions.
  • Goal 5, Objective 3 Increase as needed
    University-wide IRM staff and college-based IT
    staff to support adequately the teaching,
    research and administrative missions of the
    University.
  • Goal 5, Objective 8 - Provide all students with
    the opportunity to develop and enhance their
    information technology proficiency.

16
Technology
17
Community Outreach
  • Strategic Plan
  • Goal 4, Objective 4 Communicate effectively to
    both internal and external audiences the
    Universitys community outreach activities
  • Goal 4, Objective 5 Engage students, faculty
    and staff in service activities that mutually
    benefit the University and the community.

18
Community Outreach
  • 200 programs of every sort, including
  • FAUs School of the Arts recently named a Kennedy
    Center National Partner in Education, in
    partnership with the Kravis Center and Palm Beach
    County School District
  • Festival Rep 2006, FAUs popular summer repertory
    theatre series, attracts audiences of 8,041 over
    6 weeks
  • School of Communication and Multimedia Studies
    signs an agreement with WXEL to develop a new
    digital radio station
  • FAU hosts the Florida State Music Teachers
    Association in October for 300 music educators
  • Scripps Howard Institute on the Environment moves
    its summer journalism institute from Colorado to
    FAU
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