Partnering for Greater Access to
Higher Education
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Under-represented
•Latinos
•African Americans
•American Indians
•Asian Pacific
Islanders
•Veterans
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Primary
Target
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1.0 = Equal Representation
Enrollment Ratios for New Freshmen
1.5
Asian/Pi
1.0
White+
Black
0.5
Latino
0.0
Eligible HS Grads
All HS Grads
Denominator
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The Challenge
A History of Unequal Eligibility Rates
CSU Eligibility Rate
0.66
0.50
Asian/Pi
White+
0.33
Hisp/Lat
Black
0.17
0.00
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
2005
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Components of CSU Eligibility
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HS Students that Meet CSU Criteria
More Likely to Persist to Degree
1.00
Persistence Rate
0.80
0.60
Regular
Special
0.40
0.20
0.00
One-Year
Five -Year
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K-12 Partnerships
 Build bridges with public K-12 partners, which are
source of over 90% of CSU students
 Reach out to middle and high schools to help
more students prepare for and succeed in
college
 Ensure consistency in standards, requirements
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K-12 Partnerships
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EAP, Early Assessment Program
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How to Get to College Poster
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MESA
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TRIO
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GEAR UP
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Purposes of Early Assessment Program
– Early assessment of CSU status
– Identify student readiness
– 12th grade interventions
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Possible EAP Outcomes
 College Ready (Exempt)
 College Ready (Conditionally Exempt)
 Not College Ready (Non-Exempt)
 Incomplete
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CAR
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Math, Engineering, and Science Achievement (MESA)
 Outreach to economically and educationally
disadvantaged students
 MESA Schools Program
 MESA Community College Program
 MESA Engineering Program Centers
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TRIO
 Educational Opportunity Centers (EOC)
 Talent Search
 Upward Bound
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GEAR UP
Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs
Goal: Provide low-income middle school students with the skills,
encouragement, and academic preparation they need to enter and
succeed in high school and college
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The Communities of Interest
 African American
 Asian/Pacific Islander
 Latinos
 Native Americans
 Veterans
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Goals of Community Partnerships
 Reach under-represented groups: African-American,
Hispanic, Native Americans and Asian Pacific
Islanders
 Provide information on how to prepare academically
and financially for college
 Build long-term partnerships with these communities
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Latino Community
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PIQE
TRPI/Sallie Mae
ABC
HACU
AAHHE
CLIC
Campaign for College Opportunity
HENAAC
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African American Community
 Super Sunday
– SoCal…….13 churches
– NoCal…….20 churches
 Church Educational Liaisons
 100 Black Men
 NAACP
 PIQE
 Campaign for College Opportunity
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Native American Tribes
 Four Recommendations
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Sovereignty
Self-Identification
Regional meetings
Curriculum Considerations
NCAI
Cal Indian Education Conference
UC/CSU Collaborative
PIQE
Campaign for College Opportunity
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Asian/Pacific Islander Communities
 Wider distribution of poster
 Vietnamese community outreach
 Filipino: Tagalog poster translation
 Hmong: Hmong poster translation
 Campaign for College Opportunity
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Veterans: Troops to College
 Reach out to military personnel serving in
California
 Partner with military and public colleges
and universities in California to provide
academic and financial advice
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Fall 2007 Application Increases
Native American………………. +12 % (increase of 262)
African American………………. +12 % (increase of 3,300)
Latinos………………………….. +15 % (increase of 15,600)
Asian/Pacific Islander…………... + 5% (increase of 3,400)
White……………………………… +5 % (increase of 5,200)
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California Today is the Nation Tomorrow
 The California State University system is the university of choice
for the majority of first generation college students
 We must provide opportunity to all the underrepresented groups
 Our partnerships are the catalysts for getting more high school
graduates college ready
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