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Goal 1 Indicators

  • 1.1 Recruit, enroll and retain high-achieving, diverse, and motivated students.
  • 1.2 Strengthen the University's commitment to continuous improvement of educational effectiveness as reflected in student learning outcomes.
  • 1.3 Increase opportunities for students to engage in high-quality, high-impact educational experiences.
  • 1.4 Identify steps that can be taken to shorten time to degree.
  • 1.5 Provide integrated and holistic services that support students' individual needs.
  • Average ACT scores of first time in college students
  • Fall
  • 23.7 Baseline
  • 24.0 2013-14
  • 23.8 2014-15
  • 23.6 2015-16
  • Trend
  • Average entering transfer student GPA
  • Fall
  • 3.11 Baseline
  • 3.12 2013-14
  • 3.10 2014-15
  • 3.12 2015-16
  • Trend
  • Expected academic perseverance mean score on the Beginning College Survey of Student Engagement (0-10 scale)
  • Calendar Year
  • 7.15* Baseline
  • N/A 2013-14
  • N/A 2014-15
  • 7.21 2015-16
  • *Survey is administered every 3 years, baseline is 2012
  • Trend
  • Number of institutional financial aid grants awarded to students
  • Academic Year
  • 4,212 Baseline
  • 4,310 2013-14
  • 4,846 2014-15
  • 4,570 2015-16
  • Trend
  • Average loan indebtedness at graduation
  • Fiscal Year
  • $27,910 Baseline
  • $29,121 2013-14
  • $30,373 2014-15
  • $29,006 2015-16
  • Trend
  • Average gap between cost and unmet financial need per student
  • Academic Year
  • $18,216 Baseline
  • $18,842 2013-14
  • $19,249 2014-15
  • Trend
  • Average unmet financial need by income quintile
  • Fall
  • See chart Baseline
  • Trend
  • Percent of undergraduate students from underrepresented groups
  • Fall
  • 17.2% Baseline
  • 19.3% 2013-14
  • 20.9% 2014-15
  • 22.3% 2015-16
  • Trend
  • Percent of undergraduate students from outside Illinois
  • Fall
  • 3.3% Baseline
  • 3.4% 2013-14
  • 3.7% 2014-15
  • 2.7% 2015-16
  • Trend
  • Average graduate stipend - Masters
  • Fall
  • $1,007 Baseline
  • $903 2013-14
  • $1,043 2014-15
  • $1,049 2015-16
  • Trend
  • Average graduate stipend - Doctoral
  • Fall
  • $1,608 Baseline
  • $1,588 2013-14
  • $1,599 2014-15
  • $1,613
  • Trend
  • Percent of programs in program review cycle who submit updated assessment plans
  • Fiscal Year
  • 75% Baseline
  • 50%* 2013-14
  • 53.3% 2014-15
  • 92.3%
  • *Estimate
  • Trend
  • Number of professional development workshops offered
  • Calendar Year
  • 332 Baseline
  • 367 2013-14
  • 397 2014-15
  • 300 2015-16
  • *Estimated
  • Trend
  • Percent of Tenure-Track faculty who attended professional development workshops
  • Calendar Year
  • 56% Baseline
  • 57% 2013-14
  • 55% 2014-15
  • 55% 2015-16
  • *Estimated
  • Trend
  • Percent of students who regularly attend tutoring provided by University College and successfully completed their course
  • Fiscal Year
  • 89% Baseline
  • 2013-14
  • 2014-15
  • Trend
  • Percent of undergraduate students participating in Honors Program
  • Fall
  • 5.8% Baseline
  • 5.7% 2013-14
  • 6.3% 2014-15
  • 6.3% 2015-16
  • Trend
  • Number of faculty professional development offerings related to high impact educational experiences
  • Calendar Year
  • 9 Baseline
  • 14 2013-14
  • 21 2014-15
  • 15
  • *Estimated
  • Trend
  • Percent of baccalaureate graduates participating in capstone courses
  • Academic Year
  • 39.8% Baseline
  • 38.5% 2013-14
  • 39.5% 2014-15
  • Trend
  • Percent of baccalaureate graduates participating in internships, practicums, and professional practice experiences
  • Fiscal Year
  • 41.7% Baseline
  • 43.4% 2013-14
  • 40.8% 2014-15
  • Trend
  • GPA comparison of students who participated in transitional courses with those who did not participate
  • Fall
  • See table Baseline
  • Trend
  • Percent of seniors who indicated that they already have or planned to work with a faculty member on a research project before graduation on the 2013 National Survey of Student Engagement
  • 2013
  • 24%* Baseline
  • 2013-14
  • 2014-15
  • *Survey is administered every 3 years, baseline is 2013
  • Trend
  • Average Time to Degree (in years)
  • Fiscal Year
  • See table Baseline
  • Average Credits to Degree
  • Fiscal Year
  • 131.3 Baseline
  • 131.1 2013-14
  • Trend
  • Retention Rates - First to Second Year
  • 2011 Cohort
  • 82.3% Baseline
  • 81.7% 2013-14
  • 81.3% 2014-15
  • 81.5% 2015-16
  • Trend
  • Retention Rates - Second to Third Year
  • 2011 Cohort
  • 74.6% Baseline
  • 75.0% 2013-14
  • 75.7% 2014-15
  • Trend
  • Graduation Rates - Four Year
  • 2007 Cohort
  • 46.4% Baseline
  • 45.5% 2008
  • 48.0% 2009
  • Trend
  • Graduation Rates - Six Year
  • 2007 Cohort
  • 71.3% Baseline
  • 71.8% 2008
  • 73.4% 2009
  • Trend
  • Percent of students enrolled in an online course or program
  • Fall
  • 8.2% Baseline
  • 10.3% 2013-14
  • 12.6% 2014-15
  • 16.4% 2015-16
  • Trend
  • Percent of courses on standard class schedule
  • Fiscal Year
  • 64% Baseline
  • 62% 2013-14
  • 62% 2014-15
  • 66% 2015-16
  • Trend
  • Percent of transfer students admitted directly to a major
  • Fall
  • 70.2% Baseline
  • 73.0% 2013-14
  • 72.0% 2014-15
  • 73.5%
  • Trend
  • Online enrollment in summer session courses as a percent of total enrollment - Undergraduate
  • Summer
  • 60.1% Baseline
  • 68.9% 2013-14
  • 72.0% 2014-15
  • Trend
  • Online enrollment in summer session courses as a percent of total enrollment - Graduate
  • Summer
  • 31.9% Baseline
  • 37.2% 2013-14
  • 36.4% 2014-15
  • Trend
  • Percent of students rating their general health as “Excellent”, “Very Good”, or “Good” on the Health and Wellness Student Spring 2013 Survey
  • 2013
  • 91.5%* Baseline
  • N/A 2013-14
  • N/A 2014-15
  • 86.1% 2015-16
  • *Survey is administered every two years, baseline is Spring 2013
  • Trend
  • Percent of qualified students living in themed, living-learning environments
  • Fiscal Year
  • 67% Baseline
  • 57% 2013-14
  • 67% 2014-15
  • 74% 2015-16
  • *Estimate
  • Trend
  • Number of registered student organizations
  • Fiscal Year
  • 304 Baseline
  • 388 2013-14
  • 373 2014-15
  • 417 2015-16
  • Trend
  • Percent of students who take and pass licensure exams
  • Fall
  • See Chart Baseline
  • Trend
  • Percent of graduates responding to the Alumni Survey who were employed and/or attending higher education one year after graduation
  • Fiscal Year
  • 94.2% Baseline
  • 94.4% 2013-14
  • 92.2% 2014-15
  • 96.9% 2015-16
  • Trend
  • Quality of student interaction with student services staff mean score on the 2013 National Survey of Student Engagement Senior (0–7 scale)
  • 2013
  • 5.1* Baseline
  • N/A 2013-14
  • N/A 2014-15
  • N/A 2015-16f
  • *Survey is administered every three years, baseline is 2013
  • Trend

(1.1) Average unmet financial need by income quintile

  Time Period Baseline ($) 2013-14 ($) 2014-15 ($)*
Adjusted Gross Income greater than or  equal to  $27,335 Academic Year 14,485 15,096 15,243
Adjusted Gross Income between $27,336 and $48,215   15,251 15,736 16,126
Adjusted Gross Income between $48,216 and $70,006   14,521 14,668 15,017
Adjusted Gross Income between $70,007 and $99,999   18,034 18,325 18,165
Adjusted Gross Income greater than or equal to  $100,000   23,829 24,689 25,418
       

*Estimate

 

(1.3) Fiscal Year 2013 Comparison of the GPA of the Students who participated in transitional courses with those who did not participate.

  Success 101 First Year Learning in Communities Transfer Student Seminar
GPA of students who participated in transitional courses 2.49 2.91 2.31
GPA of students who did not participate in transitional courses 2.42 2.75 2.72

 

(1.4) Average Time to Degree (in years)

Average Time to Degree Time Period Baseline 2013-14 2014-15
4 Years or Less Fiscal Year 60.5 64.3 64.5
5 Years Fiscal Year 32.6 28.1 28.1
6 Years Fiscal Year 4.6 5.1 4.4
More than 6 Years Fiscal Year 2.4 2.5 3.0

 

 

(1.5) and (2.1) Percent of students who take and pass licensure exams

Certification Pass Rates (%)
  2012 2013 2014 2015
  ISU National ISU National ISU National ISU National
Athletic Training Board of Certification 100 82 100 81 96 83 100 81
Child Development: Child Life 100 81 100 77 100 81 100 90
CPA Exam (BS/MPA or MSA) 75 49 68 49 70 50 70 50
CPA Exam (Bachelor Degree) 59 55 54 56
Family Nurse Practitioner certification exam
(American Nurses Credentialing Center Certification)
94 87 100 78 100 80 96 75
Medical Laboratory Science 86 78 74 78 82 78 58 72
National Council Licensure Exam - RN 98 90 97 83 94 82 96 85
Praxis in Audiology 80 57 88 58 67 63 80 70
Praxis in School Psychology 100 94 75 94 N/A 88 100 N/A
Praxis in Speech Language Pathology 97 86 100 90 100 90 97 85
Registration Examination for Dietitians 87 85 81 84 95 85 88 85
Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) 78 77 88 76 91 76 72 74
Therapeutic Recreation 69 75 77 75 86 76 71 86
  ISU State ISU State ISU State ISU State
Title II Education Basic Skills 100 99 100 99 N/A N/A 99 N/A
Title II Education Assessment of Professional Teaching 100 100 100 100 100 N/A 100 N/A
Title II Education Content Test 100 100 100 100 100 N/A 100 N/A
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