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Program Evaluations

Service Evaluation: Spring 2001

All students using Disability Support Services, and a random selection of faculty using Disability Support Services on behalf of their students, were surveyed in regards to their satisfaction of service.

All responders rated services provided as satisfactory to excellent.

All responders rated services necessary and essential to student success.

 

Student Success Indicators

Fall 2002

  • All students with disabilities - Mean GPA 2.6134
  • Students with Disabilities using Accommodations - Mean GPA 2.785
  • All 2002 Freshman N=62 - Mean GPA 2.434
  • 2002 Freshman using Accommodations N=49 - Mean GPA 2.5664

Spring 2002

  • All students with disabilities - Mean GPA 2.623
  • All students - Mean GPA 2.725

Fall 2001

  • All Students with disabilities - Mean GPA 2.608
  • All students - Mean GPA 2.731

Spring 2001

  • All students with disabilities - Mean GPA 2.681
  • All Students - Mean GPA 2.805

Fall 2000

  • All students with disabilities - Mean GPA 2.66
  • All Students - Mean GPA 2.731

Retention Indicators

  • December 2002 Graduates - 13
  • December 2002 Withdraws - 5
  • December 2002 Probations - 2
  • December 2002 Suspensions - 4

 

Retention / Graduation Information

Graduation Rates
  University at Large Students with Disabilities
4 year Graduation Rates    
1996 37.5%  66% 
1997 40%  48% 
1998 44%  45% 
5 year Graduation Rates    
1996 54% 77% 
1997 58.6%  65% 
1998    
6 year Graduation Rates    
1996 57.3% 80%
1997    
1998    
Retention Information  
Fall-to-Sprint Retention Rates  
  University at Large Students with Disabilities
1996 92.1%  94.6% 
1997  93.7%  94.4% 
1998  91.3%  95.4% 
1999  92.4%  100% 
2000 93.4% 92.5%
2001 92.5% 98.7%
 

Program Evaluations

The Division of Student Affairs is committed to evaluating the effectiveness of department sponsored programs. The information gathered about learning, effectiveness of presenter, and content will help the department review the aspects of the program should continue and the areas need to be reevaluated.