Student Success Institutionally High-Impact Practices Data Equity The

Student Success Institutionally High-Impact Practices Data Equity The

Student Success Institutionally High-Impact Practices Data Equity The mission of the California State University is: - To prepare significant numbers of educated, responsible people to contribute to California's schools, economy, culture, and future.

- To encourage and provide access to an excellent education to all who are prepared for and wish to participate in collegiate study. The CSU has a long tradition of providing access to higher education to Californians from different ethnic, socio-economic, and educational backgrounds, making it the most diverse university system in the country.

The CSU has significant academic Percentage of California preparation and outreach programs increasing college baccalaureate degrees readiness for K-12 students. earned in the CSU

60% of each years graduating class transferred to the CSU Our goal, our moon, must be a quality bachelors degree for every Californian

willing and able to earn it with an achievement gap of zero. That means the same opportunity to succeed for every student. That is how we empower the disenfranchised. That is how we achieve both inclusivity and excellence. State of the CSU January 29, 2016

Can we define high-impact practices so unambiguously that a registrar would be confident saying whether or not a student participated in one? $7.2 million allocation for Academic and Student Success Programs taxonomies

San Diego, February, 2014 calstate.edu/engage San Jos, November, 2013 High-Impact Practices Data Equity

"It gives meaning to their education," McKnight said. "It's not just about grades, not just about graduating. They're building self-efficacy." Cheryl McKnight CSU Dominguez Hills course redesign

intrusive advising persistence GPA knowledge

undergrad research on-campus employment learning community

creativity agency

record creation assessment record creation

record management assessment costs - autonomy - responsiveness How much fidelity to the model

is enough? benefits - degree requirements - articulation - research validity - equity High-Impact Practices Data

Equity Internships Undergraduate Research Capstones Summer Bridge Learning Communities First-Year Experience Peer Mentoring Service Learning

Public-Sphere Pedagogy diffusionoflight.wordpress.com Student Success Institutionally

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