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Materials & Resources

The following materials and resources are meant to assist in the committee with the development of the Strategic Enrolment Management plan.

VIU's Enrolment Management Plan (final draft - Jan. 23, 2012)


Materials:

Adult Basic Education & Centre for Continuing Studies: Education for your Life (April 26, 2010) - A PowerPoint presentation prepared by the Adult Basic Education and Centre for Continuing Studies regarding the scope and impact of their programming.

Foundation (January 19, 2010) - Core document containing the Mission, Values, draft Vision, and Core Commitments that help inform the integrated planning process.

Framework for Integrated Planning (January 19, 2010) - Flowchart

Strategic Enrolment Management Plan Project Overview (January 19, 2010)

Strategic Enrolment Management Project Workplan (January 19, 2010)

Student Enrolment Presentation (May 28, 2010) - A presentation given to the committee on Student Enrolment data by Pam Montgomery, Director, University Planning and Analysis, VIU.

Student Services Area Presentation (April 15, 2010) - A presentation made to the Committee by the area of Student Services.

Summary of Integrated Planning Consultative Meetings (May 31, 2010) - A summary of all Integrated Planning Consultative Meetings with Internal and External Community held up to May 31, 2010.

The Learning Experience (February 19, 2010) - A draft document integrating work from the Strategic Enrolment Management and Academic Plan committees.

VIU Vision - the University Vision


Resources:

BC Post Secondary Admissions from 2009 - Environmental Scan of all BC Post Secondary

Creating a Retention Culture - (2010) A paper on retention created by www.semworks.com.

"Forget the Budget. It's about Demographics." Usher, Alex. www.globecampus.ca. 26 Feb 2010.

From the University/College Applicant Study™: Attracting Students to the Arts & Humanities - Ken Steele, MA Senior Vice-President, Education Marketing. UCAS™ White Paper #2; June 2010. Academic Group.

Keeling Report - Strengthening Recruitment, Student Services and Student Success (May 20, 2010) - A report created for Malaspina University-College in 2007.

Six suggestions for presidents to improve undergraduate education (June 2011) - An open letter in the "In My Opinion" section of AUCC's University Affairs/Affaires Universitaires.

password required The Postsecondary Landscape in Canada - A presentation by Ken Steele, Senior Vice-President of Academica Group.

Trends in Higher Education - Vol 1. Enrolment (2011: AUCC) - In 2010, there were almost 1.2 million students in degree programs on Canadian campuses. Trends in Higher Education, volume 1 looks at current trends in university enrolment and the drivers of demand for a university education in Canada.The publication provides analysis on the following factors: immigration and international students; labour market demand; family-based influences and incomes and funding.

Undergraduate Education Report - A report on the AUCC workshop on undergraduate
education in Halifax, March 6-8, 2011.

VIU Recruitment Office SWOT and Recommendations Executive Summary - (April 2008)

VIU Recruitment Office SWOT and Recommendations MaCo Presentation - (April 2008)


Statistics:

2009 DASCO Trends in Employment - A fact sheet based on the BC Diploma, Associate Degree, and Certificate Student Outcomes Survey (2010 Dec.).

Key Student Outcomes Indicator - Annual report published by BC Stats.

Student Enrolment Reports

Student FTE by credential and campus - Snapshot provided by University Planning and Analysis.

Student Headcount by credential and campus - Snapshot provided by University Planning and Analysis.

VIU University Planning and Analysis ~ Related Links - Links to government and industry statistics and reports; provided by University Planning and Analysis.

Without a Trace: An Examination of Former Post-Secondary Students Who Left the System Without a Credential and Did Not Return - Findings from the BC Stats 2009 Short Stay Early Leaver Student Outcomes Survey.