- Developing flowcharts of how students choose, enter, and complete programs
Exercise: Flowcharting the Student Experience (posted 4/5/2018)
College teams use this exercise to develop a flowchart of the typical new-student experience at their institution. (American Association of Community Colleges)
Exercise: Enrollment and Graduate Reports (posted 4/5/2018)
In this exercise, colleges examine key data for each program at the college in a given academic year: how many students were enrolled in each program, how many students graduated from each program, and the average credit accumulation of graduating students. (American Association of Community Colleges)
PRACTITIONER, PRESIDENT, AND PARTNER PERSPECTIVES
Tina Hart, Vice President of Enrollment and Student Services, Indian River State College, Pathways College (posted 4/5/2018)
We have flowcharts in order to provide students in a visual way — we try to provide students with a clear picture of what it’s going to take. The guided pathways are very visual, and they’re sequential by term, that if they follow this term by term by term they can see the end goal in graduation. So we have different versions that represent the student’s journey through our college and at what point the different steps that they will take to ultimately get to the finish line. So, there is several different versions of a flowchart that it isn’t like one size fits all.