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2019-2020 Admissions Assessment Plan

Assessment Year: 2019-2020
Division: Administrative Affairs
Unit: Admissions
Unit Director: adavis13
Completed by: adavis13
Other Contributors:
Date Completed: 2019/11/18 15:43:00 US/Eastern

Unit Mission

The office of Admissions is dedicated to inspiring students to pursue their Academic goals at York College. We recruit, admit, and encourage the enrollment of applicants from diverse populations, locally, nationally, and internationally.

Assessment Plan

Outcome 1

Unit Goal

To provide excellent customer service.

Unit Outcome

Reduction in the time it takes to serve students

Divisional Goal

PMP Goal

N/A

Alignment with York’s Strategic Initiatives

TBA

Alignment with York’s Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs)

N/A

Measure

YConnect report

Measure Type

Direct

Target

Reduce the average wait time by 10 minutes.


Outcome 2

Unit Goal

Collaborate with college stakeholders in the recruitment of new students.

Unit Outcome

Faculty will work in cordination with the Admissions office to attend high school college fairs and to develop a introduction letter for students interested in their majors.

Divisional Goal

PMP Goal

N/A

Alignment with York’s Strategic Initiatives

TBA

Alignment with York’s Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs)

N/A

Measure

Recruitment Calendar report.

Measure Type

Direct

Target

Five faculty members will attend high school college fairs.


Outcome 3

Unit Goal

To expand the applicant pool outside of the five boroughs.

Unit Outcome

Increased attendance at college fairs and high school visits in Nassau County.

Divisional Goal

PMP Goal

N/A

Alignment with York’s Strategic Initiatives

TBA

Alignment with York’s Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs)

N/A

Measure

Recruitment calendar report.

Measure Type

Direct

Target

Attend five additional college fairs and high school visits in Nassau County.


Rationale for the Plan

In reviewing the 2018-19 plan, the Admissions Office was able to reduce wait times. This goal is being added to the 2019-2020 plan to move the office wait times closer to the 10-minute goal.

The Admissions Office wants to give faculty access to students interested in their majors at the inquiry stage. The faculty will then have the ability to help cultivate the students' interests during the admissions funnel through registration.

In a retracting New York City market, Nassau County provides an opportunity to increase market share.

Data Collection and Evaluation

Data collection will begin from September of 2019 through the end of August 2020. The Director of Admissions and the Executive Director of Enrollment Management will be involved in the overall assessment process and to evaluate, analyze, and interpret the data for the current academic year.

Data collection will begin from September of 2019 through the end of August 2020. The Director of Admissions and the Executive Director of Enrollment Management will be involved in the overall assessment process and to evaluate, analyze and, interpret the data for the current academic year.

Data collection will begin from September of 2019 through the end of August 2020. The Director of Admissions and the Executive Director of Enrollment Management will be involved in the overall assessment process and to evaluate, analyze, and interpret the data for the current academic year.