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IAC Meeting
April 20, 2012
Director’s Report
Offers to General Engineering
Fall 2011
Native American
2
Asian
85
Black
20
Hispanic
38
Native Hawaiian
0
Caucasian
534
Two or More Races
33
Not Reported
37
Grand Total
749
Female
Fall 2012 % change
2
0%
127
49%
24
20%
50
32%
0
0%
558
4%
44
33%
34
-8%
839
12%
Fall 2011
4
296
57
127
1
1939
97
116
2637
Source: Office of Undergraduate Admissions, as of 27 March 2012
Male
Fall 2012 % change
4
0%
481
63%
43
-25%
144
13%
3
200%
1980
2%
104
7%
132
14%
2891
10%
Minority Undergraduate Degrees
Conferred
Year
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
Women
146
205
167
172
161
198
163
162
184
180
216
African
American
31
45
33
32
41
47
42
36
40
22
37
Hispanic
24
20
26
21
20
19
34
26
21
28
22
Percentage of
Total**
17%
23%
20%
20%
19%
21%
20%
18%
20%
20%
22%
**Women and African, Hispanic, and Native American Men as percentage of Total Undergraduate Degrees
Conferred
Source: Office of Institutional Research & Effectiveness. Downloaded 8 March 2012
In-College Continuation &
Cumulative Graduation Rate
Entering
Full-Time % Continued % Continued % Continued % Graduated % Continued % Graduated % Continued % Graduated % Continued
Cohort Year Students to 2nd Year to 3rd Year to 4th Year in 4 Years to 5th Year in 5 Years to 6th Year in 6 Years to 7th Year
1998
1,642
78.9
63.0
49.8
19.3
29.8
42.7
5.2
45.9
1.9
1999
1,677
75.4
57.7
53.0
22.1
29.0
44.1
5.3
47.6
1.8
2000
1,409
76.5
66.4
57.0
25.5
29.1
49.1
3.9
51.7
1.6
2001
1,516
81.5
68.4
60.0
28.9
29.9
53.4
4.6
56.3
1.5
2002
1,334
78.2
68.9
63.4
31.6
28.1
55.0
4.0
57.5
1.3
2003
1,377
80.8
71.9
65.4
32.8
32.0
59.0
4.2
61.4
1.6
2004
1,217
81.1
74.9
68.9
36.5
29.0
60.6
4.8
63.7
1.5
2005
1,130
84.7
79.3
73.6
38.6
33.9
66.3
4.8
69.0
2.2
2006
1,192
90.1
77.7
72.2
40.1
29.9
63.8
4.5
2007
1,260
85.4
77.6
71.7
42.1
28.3
2008
1,391
85.0
74.6
69.2
2009
1,208
87.7
80.5
2010
1,562
86.9
Source: Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness(http://www.irpa.vt.edu). Downloaded 28 November 2011
University Continuation &
Cumulative Graduation Rate
Entering
Full-Time % Continued % Continued % Continued % Graduated % Continued % Graduated % Continued % Graduated % Continued
Cohort Year Students to 2nd Year to 3rd Year to 4th Year in 4 Years to 5th Year in 5 Years to 6th Year in 6 Years to 7th Year
1998
1,642
88.2
79.9
72.2
29.8
44.9
64.4
9.3
70.3
4.0
1999
1,677
84.8
77.6
77.1
34.1
42.6
66.1
9.2
71.7
3.2
2000
1,409
85.0
84.6
80.4
38.5
41.3
72.0
6.5
76.2
2.6
2001
1,516
88.1
85.0
80.3
41.1
39.9
73.0
7.4
77.6
3.0
2002
1,334
86.0
85.0
82.6
43.0
38.2
74.0
6.8
78.4
2.4
2003
1,377
88.6
88.1
84.2
43.9
41.3
77.6
5.7
80.8
2.3
2004
1,217
87.3
86.2
84.1
44.9
37.1
74.5
7.5
79.2
3.0
2005
1,130
89.7
89.6
86.1
45.8
40.2
78.6
6.1
82.5
2.8
2006
1,192
94.0
88.2
85.5
48.3
37.0
77.4
6.3
2007
1,260
91.3
88.7
85.0
51.0
33.9
2008
1,391
90.6
85.3
83.2
2009
1,208
92.5
89.7
2010
1,562
92.3
Source: Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness(http://www.irpa.vt.edu). Downloaded on 28 November 2011
Hypatia Overview for Spring 2012
Graduated VT Engineering
2001-2002 to Participants
2011-2012 Control Group
Still Enrolled in Still Enrolled in Not Enrolled at
Graduated VT Other Engineering
VT Other
VT
Number of
Students
#
%
#
823
802
330
261
40%
33%
73
96
Source: Student Data Request. Downloaded on 3 February 2012
%
#
%
#
9% 331 40% 23
12% 292 36% 55
%
#
%
3%
7%
66 8%
97 12%
Galileo Overview for Spring 2012
Graduated VT Engineering
2005-2006 to Participants
2011-2012 Control Group
Still Enrolled in Still Enrolled in Not Enrolled at
Graduated VT Other Engineering
VT Other
VT
Number of
Students
#
%
#
%
1383
1382
446
392
32%
28%
44
90
3% 695 50% 45 3% 152 11%
7% 652 47% 74 5% 174 13%
Source: Student Data Request. Downloaded on 6 February 2012
#
%
#
%
#
%
STEP Overview for Spring 2012
(General Engineering)
Still Enrolled in Still Enrolled in Graduated
First Year GPA Engineering
Another
Engineering
Number of Current
Fall Spring
Students
GPA
Participants
41
2.75
2.75
NA
2011-2012
Control
41
3.08
3.08
NA
Participants
61
2.85
2.96 2.92
2010-2011
Control
61
3.28
2.95 3.07
Participants
60
2.82
2.98 2.91
2009-2010
Control
60
2.96
3.06 2.91
Participants
75
2.65
2.87 2.62
2008-2009
Control
75
2.91
2.90 2.92
Participants
69
2.77
2.88 2.69
2007-2008
Control
69
2.44
2.79 2.78
Participants
67
2.50
2.79 3.15*
2006-2007
Control
68
2.22
2.78 3.37*
Participants
53
2.34
3.04 2.83
2005-2006
Control
53
NA
2.63 2.67
* Semester of April shootings
Source: Student Data Request. Downloaded on 6 February 2012
Cohort
Category
Graduated
VT Other
No Longer
Enrolled
#
%
#
%
#
%
#
%
#
%
38
38
54
55
49
42
42
34
12
8
2
2
3
1
93%
93%
89%
90%
82%
70%
56%
45%
17%
12%
3%
3%
6%
2%
0
1
3
3
6
10
1
9
3
3
0
2
0
0
0%
2%
5%
5%
10%
17%
1%
12%
4%
4%
0%
3%
0%
0%
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
13
30
40
33
42
35
29
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
13%
17%
43%
58%
49%
62%
66%
55%
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
4
7
8
13
9
5
9
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
1%
5%
10%
12%
19%
13%
9%
17%
3
2
4
3
5
8
13
15
17
10
19
13
10
14
7%
5%
7%
5%
8%
13%
17%
20%
25%
14%
28%
19%
19%
26%
STEP Overview for Spring 2012
(University Studies)
Transferred to Still Enrolled in Still Enrolled in Graduated
First Year GPA Engineering Engineering Another Engineering
Number of Current
Fall Spring
Students GPA
Participants 27
2.78 2.78 NA
2011-2012
Control
27
3.05 3.05 NA
Participants 25
2.80 3.38 2.89
2010-2011
Control
26
3.01 3.32 3.13
Participants 20
2.33 2.92 2.65
2009-2010
Control
20
2.78 2.85 2.65
Source: Student Request. Downloaded on 6 February 2012
Cohort Category
Graduated
VT Other
No Longer
Enrolled
#
%
#
%
#
%
#
%
#
%
#
%
5
17
5
10
13
19%
68%
19%
50%
65%
5
18
5
11
12
19%
72%
19%
55%
60%
21
27
4
18
6
4
78%
100%
16%
69%
30%
20%
0
0
0
0
0%
0%
0%
0%
0
0
0
0
0%
0%
0%
0%
1
3
3
3
4
4%
12%
12%
15%
20%
Aspire Overview for Spring 2012
# of
COE
Other
No Longer
Cohort Participants Graduates
Graduates
Enrolled
2004
34
15
44%
8
11
2003
27
15
56%
5
7
2002
24
12
50%
7
5
2001
32
17
53%
3
12
2000
27
12
44%
4
11
1999
31
14
45%
7
10
1998
32
16
50%
6
10
1997
31
16
52%
2
13
1996
26
12
46%
6
8
1995
26
13
50%
8
5
Source: Student Data Request. Downloaded 15 September 2011
2
C-Tech 2011

43 participants


11 from out-of-state
19 currently seniors
2011 Participants by Ethnicity
2, 5%
5, 12%
Asian/Pacific Islander
4, 9%
11, 26%
Black
Hispanic
1, 2%
White
American Indian
Unknown
20, 46%
Student Mentoring Program

48 Mentors




AHORA: 1
BEST: 2
GUEST: 37
WEST: 8

261 Mentees




AHORA: 5
BEST: 9
GUEST: 209
WEST: 38
Offers to Spring Fling and
CHROME participants

Spring Fling (76 total)



GE offers – 3
US offers - 11
CHROME (6)


GE offers – 1
US offers - 2
Pre-College Initiative 2011-2012

10 high school students participated in the
program
Scholarships 2010-2011
$234,879 in scholarships from the
following donors:
$88,688 awarded to Freshmen
Minority students funded through
CEED and other CoE Funds:
Walter G. Adams, Miki & Jerry
Ballengee, Bechtel, Boeing, Byron M.
& Helen S. Brumback, General
Motors, IDEAS, Kimberly C. Clark,
Ray W. Koontz, Jr., Thomas L.
Leivesley, Jr., NACME, David B.
Osborne, Bruce H. & Dorothy R.
Pauly, PowerComm, Peter and
Phyllis Pruden, John L. Pratt, Gilbert
and Lucille Seay, Square D, James E.
Turner, Comer V. Yeatts ‘36
Byron Bazemore, Charles S. Brown,
Eleanor Davenport Leadership, E. R.
“Red” English, IDEAS, John and
Camille Milks, John L. Pratt
Development Activities


Awarded $10,000
ExxonMobil NSBE Impact
Award
Awarded $15,000 from
the Office of First Year
Programs (QEP)

Proposals submitted to:




John Deere Foundation
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Dominion Power
Foundation
Constellation Energy
(declined)
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