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Posts under ‘Goal 3: Grow Enrollment and Improve Student Retention’

Strategy 3-1

Increase the undergraduate headcount from 2,800 in fall 2009 to 3,075 in fall 2010. • Implement the Structured Transitional Academic Year (STAY) Program • Complete the addition of the new sports programs including men’s and women’s lacrosse and men’s swimming • Add JV programs in the following sports: men’s and woman’s basketball, men’s volleyball, and […]

Strategy 3-2

Increase the graduate headcount from 638 in fall 2009 to 725 in fall 2010. • Continue the expansion of the Counselor Education Program • Add two additional cohorts of MBA students (100 total) • Begin a new Masters in Higher Education Leadership (HEAL) Program • Expand the Regional Educational Access Provider (REAP) Program

Strategy 3-3

Increase the undergraduate headcount from 3,075 in fall 2010 to 3,250 in fall 2011. • Expand the STAY Program to all eligible entering freshmen • Introduce a Post-Baccalaureate Licensure (PBL) Program • Fully implement an academic Intercession Program • Expand the pilot cooperative program with the Office of Surface Mining • Provide continuing student Entitlement […]

Strategy 3-4

Increase the graduate headcount from 725 in fall 2010 to 800 in fall 2011. • Provide an accelerated BA/MBA Program • Add a second Masters in Higher Education Leadership cohort • Provide a Masters in Instructional Technology

Strategy 3-5

Increase degree seeking student enrollment in Extended Studies to 1,100 in fall 2010 and 1,300 in fall 2011. • During 2011, convert all paper correspondence courses to online courses • Increase the number of fully online undergraduate degrees • Grow the College@ High School Program • Develop a Post-Baccalaureate Licensure Program • Complete focused marketing […]

Strategy 3-6

During 2011 – 2012, examine and research existing student access issues, and operational processes that impact access. • Examine affordability and costs of courses • Examine course designs for adult learners • Explore the use of flexible delivery systems, and flexible course schedules • Assess the need for 24/7 technical support • Define methods of […]

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