Hispanic Serving Institution
Phase III Team
Cynthia Chavez Metoyer, Committee Chair
Jan Cushman, Auxiliary and Research Services Corp
Marsha Gable, Admissions and Recruitment
Gerardo González, Graduate Studies and Research
Soheila Jorjani, College of Business
Kimberley Knowles-Yánez, College of Arts and Science
Delores Lindsey, College of Education
Patricia Morris, Institutional Planning and Analysis
Arcela Núñez-Álvarez, National Latino Research Center
AGENDA
• Welcome
• Cynthia Chavez Metoyer
– HSI Eligibility
– HSI History at CSUSM
• Implication of HSI
• Gerardo González
Status and Grant
Opportunities
• Jan Cushman
• Brainstorming and
support for your ideas
• All
• Questions
AGENDA
• Welcome
• Cynthia Chavez Metoyer
– HSI Eligibility
• HSI History at
•
CSUSM
• Implication of HSI
•
Status and Grant
Opportunities
•
• Brainstorming and
support for your ideas
•
• Questions
Arcela Núñez-Álvarez
Gerardo González
Jan Cushman
All
Hispanic Serving Institution
• Defined by federal agencies as an accredited U.S. college
or university with at least 25 percent Hispanic full-time
student enrollment.
• There are approximately 268 HSIs in the U.S. and Puerto
Rico serving more than 1,000,000 Hispanic students.
•51% of all Hispanic students enrolled in post-secondary
schools
•13 CSU campuses are HSIs
•HSI institutions qualified for federal grants – ($117 million
for Title V programs in FY 2010)
• http://www2.csusm.edu/hsi/
Phase III Task Force
Charge
• To prepare institutional application for HSI status
upon eligibility.
• To establish an internal application process for
HSI-related grant proposals that ensures: 1) the
advancement of the University’s strategic
priorities; and 2) that proposals are inclusive and
address educational equity and diversity.
Percent of Undergraduate Students
Latino/a Undergraduate FTES Headcount by Semester,
Fall 2004-Spring 2010
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
FA04
SP05
FA05
SP06
FA06
SP07
FA07
SP08
FA08
SP09
FA09
SP10
%FTES
20.2
20.7
20.4
20.5
21.8
22.1
22.7
23.0
24.6
25.1
27.2
27.5
%Headcount
20.5
20.8
20.8
20.6
21.6
22.2
23.2
23.0
24.8
25.2
27.4
27.3
GOAL
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
History of HSI
• CSUSM is aligned with the objectives of HSI
long before starting the official process of
recognition.
• HSI task force appointed by President Haynes
(2004)
• Three phases:
– Phase I: Educational campaign - Community
Awareness – Internal and external (AY 2004 –
2005)
– Phase II: Explore and develop strategies for
outreach, recruitment, and retention (20052009)
– Phase III: Achieved HSI status; will establish
internal process for HSI-related grant proposals
(AY 2009-2010)
Phase I
Committee Members
Gerardo González, Chair
David Barsky, Academic Programs
Matthew Ceppi, IPA, President’s Office
Nathan Evans, Student Affairs
Bill de la Fuente, Hispanic Advisory
Council
Karen Perez, Student Representative
Soheila Jorjani, College of Business
Lorena Meza, Student Affairs
Susan Mitchell, Student Affairs
Tracey Richardson, AAFSA
Garry Rolison, Educational Equity &
Diversity
Lourdes Shahamiri, Educational Equity
Task Force
Advisory Board
Tomás Arciniega, President Emeritus
CSU, Bakersfield
Glen Brodowsky, College of Business
Darren Bush, Student Affairs
Berta Cuaron, Palomar College
Joe Madrigal, Palomar College
Juan Necochea, College of Education
Freddie Ramirez , Miracosta College
Victor Rocha, COA&S
Gilberto Valadez, College of
Education
Phase II
• Explore and develop strategies for outreach,
recruitment, and retention
– Outreach and Recruitment
– Remediation and Retention
Phase II
Committee Members
Nathan Evans, Director, Admissions & Recruitment
Soheila Jorjani, Professor, College of Business
Jeffrey Marks, Research Analyst, IP&A
Tracey Richardson, Events Scheduling Manager
Lorena Meza, Associate Vice President, SASS
Gilbert Valadez, Professor College of Education
Outreach, Recruitment and Retention
Early Outreach Efforts
– Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE)
– I’m Going to College programs
– College: Making It Happen
– Collaboration with GEAR-UP programs
– Collaboration with Encuentros
Outreach, Recruitment and Retention
Recruitment Efforts
– Focused participation in programs at schools and
districts with high numbers of Latino/a students
– Partnerships with San Marcos, Escondido and
other school districts promoting preparation and
guaranteed admission
– Increased campus tours by school groups
– Participation in Imperial County initiatives
– Letters from LAFS to newly admitted students
Outreach, Recruitment and Retention
Communications in Spanish
– Launched website in Spanish
– Content was a collaboration between
representatives from Academic Affairs and Student
Affairs
– Intended audience is parents and family members
– Information on benefits of college, preparation for
college, financial aid and services available
What are the Benefits of HSI Status?
• Campus Benefits
– Support faculty development
– Improve student retention and graduation
– Enrich the curricula
• Community Benefits
– Enhance access
– Engage diverse populations
– Promote future leadership
• Federal HSI external grant programs
– Resources to support HSIs
What are the HSI Grant Programs?
• Department of Education (DoEd) Title V
Developing HSIs Undergraduate and Graduate
Programs
• United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
HSI Higher Education Grants Program
• Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Office of
University Partnership (OUP) HSIAC Program
• National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)
Humanities Initiatives at Institutions with High
Hispanic Enrollment
Title V: Developing Hispanic-Serving
Institutions Program
• Enhance and expand HSIs capacity to serve Hispanic
and low-income students by providing funds to improve
and strengthen the academic quality, institutional
stability, management, and fiscal capabilities
• Supports faculty development; funds and administrative
management; development and improvement of
academic programs; endowment funds; curriculum
development; scientific or laboratory equipment for
teaching; renovation of instructional facilities; joint use
of facilities; academic tutoring; counseling programs;
and student support services
• Total approximately $600,000 per year for 5 years
• Deadline: Late Spring 2010
USDA HSI Higher Education Grants Program
• Promote and strengthen the ability of HSIs to carry out higher
education programs in the food and agricultural sciences.
• Attract outstanding students and produce graduates capable of
enhancing the nation's food and agricultural scientific and professional
work force
• Supports projects that: (a) reshape curricula for a changing
agricultural system; (b) prepare faculty to teach a changing
student clientele; (c) prepare instructional delivery systems; (d)
acquire scientific instrumentation for teaching; (e) develop
student experiential learning opportunities for underrepresented
students; or (f) recruit and retain underrepresented students
• Individual or collaborative institutional projects
• Total $300,000 over 2-3 years
• Deadline: February 2010
HUD OUP HSIAC Program
• Revitalize local communities while fostering longterm changes in the way HSIs relate to their
neighbors by facilitating partnerships that address
the critical social and economic issues including
poverty, education, housing, healthcare, and local
neighborhood capacity building.
• Assist HSIs in integrating community
engagement themes into their curriculum,
academic studies, and student activities.
• Total $600,000 over 3 years
• Deadline: August 2010
NEH HSI Humanities Initiatives
• Strengthen and enrich humanities education and
scholarship at HSIs
• Grants may be used to enhance the humanities
content of existing programs, develop new
programs, or lay the foundation for more
extensive endeavors
• Total $100,000 over 1-2 years
• Deadline: June 2010
NEH Faculty Research Awards
• Support advanced research in the humanities by
faculty members at HSIs
• Produce articles, monographs, books, digital
materials, archaeological site reports, translations,
editions, and other scholarly tools
• Maximum stipend is $4,200 per month for 6-12
months
• Deadline: May 2010
HSI External Funding Process
Preliminary Steps - Contacts
Office of Graduate
Studies &
Research
Dr. Gerardo González, AVP
for Research
UARSC Office
of Sponsored
Projects
Jan Cushman,
Sponsored Projects
Administrator
University
Advancement
Melinda Newsome,
AVP of Development
HSI External Funding Process
Preliminary Steps – Resources/Support
• Connect with colleagues to brainstorm ideas
• Assist with the development of a project
concept and preliminary budget
• Provide seed funding for initial proposal
development costs
• Identify suitable funding sources for your
project
Questions?
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HSI Phase III Town Hall Presentation