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Title: Student Success


1
Student Success
Fall 2008 Convocation
Student Success Not just our name but our
mission.
2
Student Success Not just our name but our
mission.
  • WELCOME!

3
Student Success Not just our name but our
mission.
  • 30,102!
  • 26,999!
  • 4,483!

Congratulations on all of these record
enrollments!
4
Thanks to EVERYONE for helping KU set new
enrollment records!
  • Special KUdos to the Office of Admissions and
    Scholarships!
  • It took each of our departments and everyone
    across the University to make this happen!
  • Student Success is making a positive difference
    at KU!
  • THANK YOU!

5
Special Notes to Share
  • Editorial from Provost Lariviere (9/27/08)
  • In addition to being very proud of the
    affirmation of the quality of KU that lies in the
    record numbers of great KU students, in addition
    to the athletic championships, the debate
    championships, and the research distinction of
    KU, it is only right that we celebrate the
    champions of the KU staff who make KU work like a
    finely tuned machine.
  • Email from Chancellor Hemenway (9/30/08)
  • From Hemenway, Robert E To Roney, Marlesa
    AMarlesa, you and your people deserve the
    praise
  • From Roney, Marlesa A Chancellor -      
  • What a wonderful headline in todays Journal
    World!  Please know how very much it means to all
    of us to know that you recognize this hard work. 
    We sincerely appreciate your support.  And, yes,
    were already working hard for the future!
  • Rock Chalk!
  • Marlesa

6
Student Success Not just our name but our
mission.
  • Our Agenda Today
  • General updates
  • 2007-08 Priorities
  • Learning Commons Project
  • Student Conduct Review Team
  • Facilities Updates
  • Welcome to New Employees!
  • Awards and Recognitions
  • Years of Service Pins
  • Special Presentation of the Chancellors Writing
    Prize

7
Student Success Not just our name but our
mission.
Student Success
  • KUs comprehensive, student-centered, student
    services organization
  • 20 units, with over 850 regular employees and
    1,500 student employees
  • A group of talented professionals who provide
    programs and services that enable KU students to
    be successful
  • Student Success its all of us!

8
Students are at the Center of our Organization
Every Student
Their success is our mission.
9
Whats New at KU!
  • Budget information
  • Planning for 2 cut this year, up to 7 for
    2009-2010
  • No final news until spring, but our plans are all
    in place
  • Initiative 2015 (see the OIRP website for
    reports)
  • Teaching and Learning Discovery and Innovation
    Working for Kansas
  • Jayhawk Boulevard Update
  • Completed by November
  • Phase 2 in 2009 ( Sunflower Drive and
    Mississippi)
  • Pharmacy Building (West Campus)
  • Construction begins in 2009
  • Legislative initiatives are in the planning
    stages
  • Funding, admissions requirements, etc.

10
Whats New in Student Success!
  • Five-Year Review Feedback
  • Review of organizational structure and meetings
  • No changes in structure
  • Revamped Leadership meetings and opportunities
    for small group initiatives, standing task
    forces, etc.
  • Thank you for your input and assistance!
  • Review of WoWSS
  • Continue publication
  • Add forum/blog type of option

11
Whats New in Student Success!
  • Student Success Diversity Council
  • Collaborative focus on multicultural students,
    across Student Success and the University
  • Robert Page, Convener
  • New Student Success Fundraising website
  • KUdos to Anne Flaherty and Sandra Reed
  • Opportunity to highlight special projects and
    ongoing needs http//www.vpss.ku.edu/Giving/types
    .shtml
  • Fully operational SOON!

12
Whats New in Student Success!
  • One very special, Special Project
  • The Ann Eversole
  • Rock Chalk Revue Fund!

13
Update on Student Success Priorities
  • Alcohol
  • Graduation Milestones
  • Transfer Students
  • Successful Students

14
Alcohol Priority
  • Diana Robertson and Carol Seager, Co-Leaders
  • Recent statistics from ACHA survey

15
30 DAY USE Alcohol
  • Within the last 30 days, on how many days did you
    usealcohol?

PERCENT () MALE MALE MALE FEMALE FEMALE FEMALE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL
KU 2003 KU 2006 Natl 2006 KU 2003 KU 2006 Natl 2006 KU 2003 KU 2006 Natl 2006
Never used 17 14 18 9 11 17 12 12 17
Used, but not in the last 30 days 11 4 11 12 10 14 12 7 13
Used 1-9 days 50 52 51 62 57 56 58 55 54
Used 10-29 days 22 28 19 16 21 13 18 24 15
Used all 30 days 0 2 lt 1 0 lt 1 lt 1 0 1 lt 1
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DRINKING DRIVING
  • Within the last 30 days, did you

YES
  • drive after drinking any alcohol at all?
  • KU 2003 44
  • KU 2006 47
  • Natl 2006 23
  • drive after drinking 5 or more drinks?
  • KU 2003 11
  • KU 2006 18
  • Natl 2006 4

YES
17
BINGE DRINKING
  • Think back over the last 2 weeks. How many times,
    if any, have you had five or more alcoholic
    drinks at a sitting?

PERCENT () MALE MALE MALE FEMALE FEMALE FEMALE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL
KU 2003 KU 2006 Natl 2006 KU 2003 KU 2006 Natl 2006 KU 2003 KU 2006 Natl 2006
None 56 37 54 58 47 68 57 44 63
1 2 times 19 25 24 26 31 22 24 28 22
3 5 times 18 25 16 14 19 9 16 21 11
6 or more times 7 13 6 2 3 2 4 7 3
18
CONSEQUENCES OF ALCOHOL USE
  • If you drink alcohol, within the last school
    year, have you experienced any of the following
    as a consequence of your drinking?

PERCENT () MALE MALE MALE FEMALE FEMALE FEMALE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL
KU 2003 KU 2006 Natl 2006 KU 2003 KU 2006 Natl 2006 KU 2003 KU 2006 Natl 2006
Physically injured yourself 18 30 19 16 30 18 17 30 18
Physically injured another person 6 14 6 2 5 3 3 9 4
Been involved in a fight 12 22 10 3 7 4 6 13 6
Did something you later regretted 42 57 38 35 50 34 37 53 36
Forgot where you were or what you did 29 48 33 29 46 28 30 46 30
Had someone use force or threat to have sex with you 0 2 lt 1 3 4 2 2 3 1
Had unprotected sex 19 34 16 16 20 13 17 26 14
19
Alcohol Priority
  • Priority Group Recommendations
  • Prevention
  • Environmental Change
  • Health Protection and Intervention
  • Next Steps

20
Graduation Milestones Priority
  • Diann Burright and Rueben Perez, Co-Leaders
  • Pathways to Graduation programs, practices, and
    polices to mark milestones and support student
    retention and graduation
  • Class Connections distinctive programs for each
    class level, including liaison, class mission,
    and website
  • Implementation focus
  • Continue a graduation milestones group
  • Implement use of Your Jayhawk Journey, a
    year-by-year milestones list through development
    of interactive website and enhance the list as
    companion to Tuition Compact
  • Develop collaborative relationship with Board of
    Class Officers to consider liaisons/advisors for
    each class, class missions, service projects, and
    web presence

21
Transfer Students Priority
  • Lee Furbeck, Leader
  • Transfer students represent a desirable
    population. They generally possess the
    intelligence, drive, perseverance, and focus to
    be successful students
  • Attempts to develop relationships with community
    colleges with the exception Johnson County
    Community College and Kansas city Community
    College have been sporadic and uncoordinated
  • With the exception of Transfer Student
    Orientation, there are no population-specific
    services, organizations, events, or support
    services, once these students reach campus.
  • We can begin to address these issues with more
    regularly scheduled visits to in-state Community
    Colleges, more clearly defined and honored
    articulation agreements with these institutions,
    and the hiring of a Transfer Programs Coordinator
    to manage these and other activities.

22
Successful Students Priority
  • Tammara Durham, Leader
  • Respondents attributed their academic success to
    hard work
  • They report the most commonly used campus
    resource was the library
  • Most respondents reported that interaction with
    faculty tended to occur when help with an
    assignment was needed.
  • Most respondents used the Student Recreation
    Fitness Center, specifically intramural sports
    activities, as their preferred way to make
    friends.

23
Learning Commons Initiative
  • Innovative partnership between Information
    Services (KU Libraries and Information
    Technology) and Student Success
  • Integration of services and resources in a
    flexible environment to support student learning
    on third and fourth floors of Anschutz Library
  • Kathryn Nemeth Tuttle and David Mucci represent
    Student Success on the Executive Team
  • Input from Student Success Space Group,
    including
  • Academic Achievement and Access Center
  • KU Info
  • KU Writing Center
  • University Advising Center
  • University Career Center

24
Learning Commons Initiative Next Steps
  • Needs assessment of students, staff, and faculty
    this fall
  • Will work collaboratively in 2008-09 to define
  • Services and resources
  • Physical space
  • Staffing needs
  • Construction will begin in 2009!

25
Student Conduct Review Team
  • Purpose
  • Promote the early recognition and reporting of
    troubling student behavior
  • Educate of faculty and staff to seek consultation
    regarding such students
  • Provide holistic assessment of student behavior
  • Provide recommended course of action
  • Members Frank DeSalvo (chair), Schuyler Bailey,
    Michael Lynch Maestas, Diana Robertson, Andrew
    Shoemaker, and Jane Tuttle
  • Contact is made by calling the Office of VPSS
    (8644060) , Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. 5
    p.m.
  • Two faculty/staff training sessions (last week in
    October and the last week in November) are
    forthcoming.

26
Facilities Updates
  • Krehbiel Scholarship Hall Opening and Dedication
  • Expansion of Hilltop Child Development Center
  • Pulse at the Burge Union
  • Ambler Student Recreation Fitness Center
  • Expansion completed in November
  • Naming dedication ceremony is October 24 at 330
  • Response to the new Sabatini Multicultural
    Resource Center has been phenomenal!

27
Welcome New Student Success Employees!

28
Congratulations!
  • Shanda Hurla - Kansas Academic Advising Network
    Supportive Advisor Award
  • Jody Johnson - UAC Advisor of the Year and Kansas
    Academic Advising Network Advising Publication
    Award
  • Frances Lyons - Distinguished Member of the
    National Society of Collegiate Scholars
  • Emily Malin - Distinguished Member of the
    National Society of Collegiate Scholars and
    Honorary Member of Golden Key National Honor
    Society
  • Robin Merritt -UAC Advisor of the Year
  • Estella McCollum one of 21 up-and-comers in the
    college bookstore field

29
More Congratulations!
  • Impromptu Café - recognized by the National
    Association of Campus and University Food
    Services, and received the Loyal E. Horton Dining
    Award Bronze Medal.
  • Ruth Stoner - NASPA IV-West Distinguished Service
    Award 2008
  • Rachel Glover - NASPA IV-West Rising Star Award
    2008
  • Lauren Jones - Rising Star, NASPA IV-West
  • Mandy Zweifel-Hughes - NASPA IV-West Young
    Professional Rising Star Award
  • Santos Nunez Galicia - NASPA IV-West Mid Level
    Regional Professional of the Year award

30
KU Women of Distinction Calendar 2008
  • Laura Bauer formerly of the Student Involvement
    and Leadership Center
  • Mary Chappell, KU Recreation Services
  • Pamela Scott, Office of Multicultural Affairs
  • Carol Seager, Student Health Services

31
CLASS Award Nominees
  • Linda Dixon, AAAC
  • Tammara Durham, UAC
  • Juan Izaguirre Pena, OMA
  • Sheryl Adelman Kimmel, UAC
  • Lisa Pinamonti Kress, OAS
  • Pamela Scott, OMA
  • Jennifer Wamelink, DSH

Citation for Leadership and Achievement in
Student Services
32
CLASS Award Recipient
  • Jennifer Wamelink,
  • Department of Student Housing

33
Employees of the Month!
  • Michael Sinclair, KU Recreation Services, USS,
    9/2007 Kathly Mason, University Advising Center,
    UPS, 9/2007
  • Juan Izaguirre Pena, SILC/OMA, UPS, 10, 2007
  • Leah Luckeroth, Student Health Services, UPS,
    12/2008
  • Kenneth Blackwell, KU Memorial Unions, USS,
    2/2008
  • Brenda Maigaard, OSFA, UPS, 2/2008
  • Robin Kidney, KU Memorial Unions, USS, 4/2008

34
KU Employee of the Year!!
  • Dr. Leah Luckeroth,
  • Student Health Services,
  • Unclassified Employee of the Year
  • for 2008!!!

35
State of KansasYears of Service Recognition
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10 Years of Service Recognition
  • Wade Morrow, Department of Student Housing
  • Kathryn Orth, KU Memorial Unions
  • Mark Pickerel, Student Information Systems
  • Aaron Quisenberry, Student Involvement and
    Leadership Center
  • Jeanette Ray, Department of Student Housing
  • Mary Ann Rasnak, Academic Achievement and Access
    Center
  • Keith Visocsky, Department of Student Housing
  • Jennifer Wamelink, Department of Student Housing
  • Derrick Zerngast, KU Memorial Unions
  • Lisa Beck, Office of Admissions and Scholarships
  • Robert Brown, Student Health Services
  • Jim Carroll, KU Memorial Unions
  • Tammara Durham, University Advising Center
  • Erin Flessing, Office of the University Registrar
  • Andrea Gore, Student Health Services
  • Joan Hahn, Office of the University Registrar
  • Winona Hansen, Student Health Services
  • Gregory Herries, Department of Student Housing
  • Dan Matthews, Student Health Services
  • Ronda Morgison, Office of the University Registrar

37
20 Years of Service Recognition
  • Rhonda Black, Student Health Services
  • William Brandenberger, Student Health Services
  • Talaine Coleman-Martin, Student Health Services
  • Paula Crouse, Department of Student Housing
  • Joe Edmonds, Department of Student Housing
  • Todd Gleason, Department of Student Housing
  • Jim Hartzell, Department of Student Housing
  • Michele Kessler, Legal Services for Students
  • Anne Kratz, Student Information Systems
  • Laura Morrow, Department of Student Housing
  • Jeannie Russell, Department of Student Housing
  • Kim Schwartz, Student Health Services
  • Roy Steadham, Department of Student Housing
  • Kathryn Nemeth Tuttle, Office of the Vice Provost
    for Student Success
  • Dennis Williams, Department of Student Housing

38
30 Years of Service Recognition!!
  • Pat Bame, Office of Student Financial Aid
  • Nancy Brune, Student Information Systems

39
Presentation of the Inaugural Chancellors
Writing Prize!!
40
Student Successbecause every student matters!
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