Enrollment Services Strategic Plan - University of Nevada, Reno

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Enrollment Services

Strategic Plan

Dr. Melisa Choroszy

Dr. Steve Maples

Dr. Nancee Langley

Maureen Cronin

Enrollment Services


Recruitment


Degree Audit Report System


Student Financial Aid, Employment
and Scholarship Services

Recruitment

Recruitment


Lack of recognition of the
University of Nevada, Reno by
the general public as well as the
media in Southern Nevada


Fastest growing segment and
71 percent of State population
400 miles away


Nevada tied for 2
nd

in the Nation
with the highest high school
dropout rate (14%)

Recruitment


Nevada 5
th

Lowest in the nation
for proportion of adults with a
bachelor’s degree


Increases in requirements for
Millennium Scholarship will
effect recruitment and retention
of students


Implementation of new
requirements for admissions in
2006 and 2010


Federally mandated reporting
limits ability to properly identify
ethnic makeup of students

2003
-
2004
Accomplishments


Expanded recruitment and
advising efforts to secondary
feeder markets


All recruitment publications are
bilingual


Collaborated with academic
colleges to further present an
integrated marketing approach
to the university


Expanded web
-
based
processes

2003
-
2004
Accomplishments


Combination of Scholarship and
Application for Admissions


Acquired and implemented
Recruitment Plus


Incorporated NSSE survey into
New Student Orientation

2004
-
2005 Plan


Recruitment Plus


Assessment


Communication Flow


Processes


Identifying Prospects

2004
-
2005 Plan


Incorporate NSSE data into
recruitment efforts


Enhance Middle School
Outreach


Expand recruitment efforts in
Southern Nevada


Prepare students/parents for
new admissions requirements


Expand campus visit programs


Enhance Academic faculty’s
presence in orientation

Performance
Indicators


New Freshman Enrollment


Vegas, Good Neighbor,
WUE, Diversity, etc.


New Transfer Enrollment


Student Profile


GPA, test scores, remedial
courses


Assessment indicators

Resource
Priorities


Admissions and Financial Aid
Office in Las Vegas


Expansion of Middle School
Outreach


Expansion of out of state
recruitment


Media Relations

Student Financial Aid,
Employment and
Scholarship Services

SFAESS


More independent students
applying for aid


Large increases in state grants
funds from the increases in per
credit fee
-

financed by students


Modification of entitlement
programs to contain cost


Increases in private, educational
loans and multiple loans

SFAESS


Expectation of 24/7 services


Use electronic forms of
communication with the Federal
Government and students


Provide links to bilingual
materials on the web

2003
-
2004
Accomplishments


Financial Aid:


$19M disbursed by the start
of classes


5385 Millennium scholars
have been paid just over $5M


Administer Pell Grant and
loans to Nevada State
College students


Fewer in
-
person visits
required of students due to
availability of self
-
service
options and processing
efficiencies.

2003
-
2004
Accomplishments


Scholarships:


Made offers to 2083 incoming
freshmen, a 348% increase
over 2003
-
04


14% of freshmen awards
were made to students
admitted after Feb. 1


Awarded 804 continuing
freshmen and sophomores


Awarded 255 juniors and
seniors

2003
-
2004
Accomplishments


Student Employment:


NetID is used to log into the
Job Board


Last year 3339 students
found on
-
campus
employment and 1177 off
-
campus

2004
-
2005 Plan


Scholarship program transition
continues


Commit the scholarship
“guarantee” in the admission
letter for early notification


Continue to work with Noel
Levitz


Add calculator to web page
for families to determine their
scholarship eligibility.


Use the NetID for
authentication for continuing
student applications

2004
-
2005 Plan


Execute “College Goal Sunday”
Feb 13, 2005


Offer an email subscription
service to provide parents with
general financial aid and
scholarship information.

Performance
Indicators


Total dollars and by type


Students served by class
standing and target group


Web services usage


Audits


Student loan default rates


Satisfaction surveys


Data analysis on effect of
financial aid, employment and
scholarships on retention


Quality assurance

Resource Priority


More scholarship dollars to fully
implement the multi
-
year
awards and access concepts


More need
-
based, state grant
dollars to support needy
students


Financial aid advisor for
Southern Office


Develop a permanent funding
source for the Presidential
Scholars program

Degree Audit Report
System

DARS


DARS reports available online
and updated weekly


61% of faculty with XNET
access logged in


Average use over the past
year was 68 times


12% accessed XNET over
200 times


Common Course Numbering
(CCN)

DARS


Integration with graduation and
curriculum processes


Development of a web
-
based
curriculum tracking process

2003
-
2004
Accomplishments


Developed a DARS encoding
schedule


Identified and trained 75
curriculum resource people


Received departmental
approval for all 2004 encoding

2003
-
2004
Accomplishments


Increased the percentage of
DARS reports that read “All
Requirements Complete


Pending Current Registration” in
final semester of enrollment


Decreased processing time for
substitutions and changes


Participated in NV DARS group
and DARS training in Ohio

2004
-
2005 Plan


Fully integrate the Transfer
Articulation (TA) system into the
statewide CCN system


Make TA table information
available to students and
advisors on the web


Develop DARS advisor
resource website


Work with the student data
warehouse developers to format
DARS data in reports for
advisors

2004
-
2005 Plan


Customize DARS graduation
requirements


Develop a Warning requirement
to appear when students earn a
“C
-
” or less


Develop college
-
specific DARS
reports for DQ students


Begin development of DARS
reports for high school students

Performance
Indicators


Exception volume


DARS in graduation certification


Encoding approval


Transfer articulation processing
time


Faculty/staff participation in
training and use of DARS in
advising and graduation
certification

Resource
Priorities


Participation in testing & training


Providing student access to the
interactive audit


Participation in the development
of a curriculum tracking website


Develop interface with:


Recruitment Plus


Ad Astra


Acquire the Course Applicability
System

Questions