MASTER PLAN - Piedmont Technical College

STUDENT SUCCESS: A BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION APPROACH FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES Dr. C. Fairley Pollock Dr. Phil Weast Theories of Student Retention and Success Influencing our Current Model

Kegan- Evolving Self Theory Astin- Student Involvement Theory Tinto- Theory of Student Departure, Theory of Student Involvement Pascarella & Terenzini- How College Affects Students and Student Engagement Kuh- Student Engagement Student Success includes:

Academic Achievement & High Expectations Student Engagement & Satisfaction Acquisition of current knowledge & competencies Requires student participation in activities proven to encourage success Culture of assessment and improvement Early alert systems with safety nets Collaborative

Timeline of Development January 2005 and February 2008- CCSSE administered (Community College Survey of

Student Engagement) March 20, 2009- John N. Garner visits SCC October 1, 2009- Title III- Student Persistence and Success September 2010- SENSE administered(Survey of Entering Student Engagment) November 5, 2010- Kay McClenny visits SCC November 2010- Revision of the Student Success

Committee November 2010- RATS (Retention Action Teams) formed August 2011- Retention Alert Initiated October 2011- Academic Impressions Conference/ Training Spring 2011- Scott Lewis NaBita, NCHERM Fall 2011- RATs refined

August 2011- Student Assessment Team formed September 2012- Maxient Introduced, Retention Alert retired Success Programs & Services now in Place

New Student Orientation Required College Success course Required of all new students Regular surveys including CCSSEE & SENSE

Assess all new students readiness for online learning Smarter Measure Pre-Admissions Counselor contacts all new applicants Placement Test Prep Required SAT meets regularly; revising procedures based on best practices. Ongoing: Assessment/Data Policy Reviews Beginning of the Student

Assessment, Behavioral Intervention Team at SCC SAT formation SAT mission Maxient Behavioral Intervention Protocol Faculty/Staff Reporting Form Student Reporting Form

Routing Protocol Academic Concerns Behavioral Concerns Academic Engagement Student Services Coordinator/ Academic Dean Dean or Coordinator

Student Assessment Team Code of Conduct Violations Student Services Dean or Coordinator Behavioral Intervention and SAT

Protocols and Procedures Report / Routing / Intervention Routed to SAT/ Risk Level / Assessments/ Intervention Behavioral Intervention and SAT Protocols and Procedures Tools: NaBITA Threat Assessment Tool SIVRA-35: Structured Interview for

Violence Risk Assessment Training/Resources National Center for Higher Education Risk Management - http://ncherm.org/ National Behavioral Intervention Team Association http://nabita.org/ Results Overall 2011-2014

Not retained 15.6% Retained 84.4% Results 2011-2012 Not retained

46.7% Retained 53.3% Results 2012-2013 Not retained 30.8%

Retained 69.2% Results 2013-2014 Not retained 17.4%

Retained 82.6% Thank You

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