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Demographic and Persistence/Graduation Statistics of SSSP students in Academic Year 2015-16[1]

Number students

508

Gender %

Male=36%, Female= 63%

Ethnicity %

Hispanics 30.6%, African Americans =25.7%, Asians=34.2%, White=12%

Grade levels at end of year %

Freshmen 4%, sophomores 11%, Juniors 24.3%, seniors  60.5%

%Full-time/Part-time

>24 credits=70%, 18-23 credits=11.8%, 12-17credits=12.2%, <12 credits=5%

% of students in majors in divisions in fall 2015

Archi.=1% Colin Powell=32.3%,CWE=1%, CUNYBA=1.2%, Educ.=4.4%, Engineering=17.06%, Hum.=13.6%, Science=22.5%,Undecided=5.6%

Persistence rate 15-16 to 16-17                                        

93%

Good Academic Standing rate

97%

Six-year SSSP entering cohort graduation rate

65%




[1] DOE Annual  Performance Report 2015-16,

 

2015-2016 SSSP Entering Student Survey Results

   

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

Tutoring summary report for 2015-16[1] Dates covered 9/8/15-7/27/16

Number of students

163 unique students

Total Visits to ARC(Academic Resource Center)

1723 visits

# of 1-on-1 content visits/1-on-1 writing visits

1223 (71% of students)/218 visits ( 13%)

Average number of visits to the ARC

 

9.7visits

Gender/Ethnicity of students (%)

M=31%, F=69%/ African-American=30%, Asian=27%,Hispanic=21%, White 12%

Grade level of students (%)

Freshmen=9%, Sophomore=18%, Juniors=32%, Seniors=40%

Content Courses Tutored

CHEM103-4,261,263,251; PHYS.203-4,207-9;BIO 101-2,206,229;MATH 180,195,201-5,391-2,346,375; PSY254,215; ECO 102-103, 202; MUSIC 132; ENGR 276;CSc 102;EAS 106; ANTH 101; Writing assignments




[1] Advisor trac .

 

  1. Visits Overview

Dates Covered: 9/12/16-12/21/16

 

Total Visits to ARC

858

100%

Visits for Tutoring (inclusive)

727

85%

1-on-1 Content Tutoring

561

65%

1-on-1 Writing Tutoring

132

15%

Group Tutoring

34

4%

Independent Study

66

8%

Study Groups

5

0.6%

Computer Lab

59

7%

Unique Students Who Visited

130

 

Students Who Visited >3 Times

70

 

Average Visits Per Student

6.6

 

Center Usage and Demographics

 

Gender

 

Males

42

32%

Females

88

68%

 

Ethnicity

 

African-American

25

19%

Asian

35

27%

Hispanic

35

27%

White

15

12%

American Indian

1

0.8%

Blank / Non-Specific

19

15%

 

 

Academic Class

 

Freshman

31

24%

Sophomore

26

20%

Junior

37

28%

Senior

36

28%

Tutoring Attendance (excludes walk-ins and non-tutoring visits

 

Appointments Attended

567

Average Attendance

59%

Cancelled by Tutor

15

Cancelled: Withdrew from Course

10

 

E-Tutoring Service (remote writing consultations

E-consultations

37

Students Served

23

 

 

  1. Mentoring at ARC

Mentoring Consultations

27

Students Served

18

 

 

  1. Grand Totals for ARC

 

Instances of Service

922

Students Served

149

Average Service Instances Per Student

6.2

 

  1. Advising (dates covered: 8/29/16 to 1/20/17)

Consultant

Visits

Appointments

Missed

Attended

Average

Attend.

I

170

218

34

162

82%

II

149

161

11

137

85%

III

204

161

12

122

91%

 

CCNY/SSSP Advising Satisfaction Survey Results Fall  2014 and 2016

 

 

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

    

 

   

 

   

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

    

 

 MAY 3, 2016 GRADUATING SENIOR SURVEY

Major:              Humanities 17% : Social Sciences 34% : Sciences26% : Engineering26% :

Graduation Date: June 2016 68% ,September  2016: 23 %

Plan to attend Graduate/Professional School: Within 12 months 50  %;  Two years 36 %

  Accepted to a Graduate Schoo1 0 % , Accepted to a Professional School  0%Received an offer for Professional Employment  36

Member of SSSP more than 5 semesters 21%:  Joined CCNY in 2011 34.8% :, in 2012 39.13%: 2014:13%

Joined CCNY as a:    Freshman 69%; Transfer30%

Joined SSSP as a: Freshman 25% Sophomore 21%, Junior30.4%, Transfer17.39%,

At CCNY did youParticipate in club activities 90 % ,   Attend a Conference  45%,     Study Abroad 9%,  Participate in Research Activities with a faculty member 59 %,  Serve as intern during the summer /semester  63.4% ,   Participate in a Service Learning Project 22 %,   Present a Paper or Poster at a Conference 45 %

AT SSSP Services Participated in:   Counseling73 % ,  Tutoring 75%, Career Workshops26 % ,  Financial aid Workshops52 %, Stress  Management and Test Anxiety Workshop 39% , , Cultural Diversity Program 17% Student Presentations26% : Scholar Showcase26%

Received Tutoring as a   Freshman17% , Sophomore 30.4 % , Junior 52%   Other   Tutoring 39% .

Most important reasons for visiting the counselor: Academic Advisement  54% Financial Advisement 22%   Career Advisement 31%, Personal Counseling26 %, Recommendation letters 27 %

At CCNY Time spent each week: Attending classes11-15 hrs 34% ,Studying: 11-15 hours:27%, Research 0-5hrs;36% ,Socializing with peers :0-5hrs 40%, working:0-5hrs:21% ,House hold chores 6-10hrs 39%

Highest degree intended: Bachelors: 4.5%; Masters 27%; PhD 31%; MD 27%; JD 9%

How has SSSP affected your academic success at CCNY

Memorable moments at  CCNY

Memorable moments at SSSP

Through the SSSP workshops I have learned to manage my time wisely and control my stress level. These workshops have improved my academic and personal success at CCNY

My most memorable experience at CCNY was actually the change of mindset. Coming in from a high school where science was not its focus to a College where it is heavy on the sciences definitely made me challenge myself. I was having academic struggles in the sciences where I had had to retake a class to prove to myself i had the potential to do better. I am not one to have many friends, although i am very social I chose to have few close friends, those friends have helped me overcome many of my struggles by motivating me and even taking their time to tutor me.

My most memorable experience at SSSP was my counselor Ahalya i met her my senior year. I need guidance and someone to talk to about a level of problems that where only bringing me down as time passed by. She helped me tackle all those problems individually and turn my semester around getting the grades i wanted.

Greatly.

There has been too much for me to choose one.

Mentoring.

SSSP helped shaped the beginning of my undergrad experience. I always felt that I could go to my counselor to solve and problems.

The winter dinners where the students showcase their talents

being part of the leadership society at SSSP

Through the many tutoring sessions and advice offered from the peers and counselor.

Becoming active in a professional society.

Forcing myself to attend tutoring sessions and then always realizing they were helpful after.

Helped me stay focused in terms of my academic

Joining SSSP

Having a counselor that I can approach easily

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Taking Organic Chemistry 1 and realizing that Chemistry was not what I wanted to major in

Mentoring students through the Zitrin Peer Mentor Program, and contributing to giving them a sense of belongingness and motivation

How has SSSP affected your academic success at CCNY

Memorable moments at  CCNY

Memorable moments at SSSP

SSSP has given me the support and financial resources to succeed, and graduate on time!

Studying abroad in Argentina and being a part of the Partners for Change Fellowship.

Being a mentor for freshmen and transfer students. I felt like I was really helping the mentees.

Helped me with funding to support my studies

Community support

Financial Support

SSSP has enabled me do much better academically because of their helpful tutoring.

My most memorable experience at CCNY is being able to work at the Psychology department.

My most memorable experience at SSSP has been being able to be a mentor for great students and making friends.

SSSP has providing me with extra help that I needed, from tutorng and academic counseling sssp has made my college experience easier

Professor Crain (Psych department) becoming my mentor for CUNYBA

Academic Counseling

Kept me focused on academic goals and provided guidance on how to achieve them. Katherine also gave me valuable information of research opportunities.

Haven’t really done anything exciting at CCNY... I've just worked and attended class all the time.

The scholar showcase

 

finding friends

tutoring

To be frank, I only met with my counselor one time. Reason being, I needed financial assistance. I was sent to apply for financial assistance through the health center and I never heard from my counselor ever since.

I would say studying at Stanford University with my cohort who are also City fellows/students. This was one of the best experiences of my life.

I do not recall

It has been a vital resource to me over the years.

Meeting new people and getting to know them better.

Experiencing the camaraderie in the tutoring center and also providing academic assistance to those who needed it.

Helped out a bit.

None

Workshops

How has SSSP affected your academic success at CCNY

Memorable moments at  CCNY

Memorable moments at SSSP

SSSP has provided me with valuable resources throughout my 5 years at CCNY. I have received support, mentorship, and positive feedback that has made me stay on track.

Competing in the Zahn Centers Innovation Startup Competition.

Evelyn Cruz's words of wisdom and motherlike instincts.

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lavender week

meeting a peer mentor

Tutoring others have really built my confidence level and me to grow as a person.

Being the VP of Women in Islam.

Tutoring my fellow peers.

It stimulated my interest in different things other than science

Being a part of GlobeMed at CCNY