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  1. Transfer Student Housing By: Katherine Chau, Carolyn Chu, Faisal Khan, Elise Richieri, Tiffany Young

  2. Objective/Charge • Assess • Determine • Make recommendations

  3. Process • Research other UC’s • Survey • Information why transfer students don’t choose Davis • Analysis • Recommend

  4. Analysis UC research • Overall increasing demand 2003-2007. • Guaranteed transfer student housing for 2008-2009 • All transfer housing costs is equal to freshmen housing costs • Social events and either residence advisors or coordinators

  5. On-Campus Housing & College Selection • Where do transfer students rank “quality and availability of on-campus housing” among a list of characteristics used in college selection? • Non-enrolling admits: 14 out of 22 (College Choice Survey, SARI, summer 2007, n=78) • Enrolling admits: 21 out of 22 (Incoming Student Survey, SARI, summer 2007, n=620)

  6. Incoming Transfer Students Incoming Student Survey, SARI, summer 2007

  7. Our Survey Questions • As an incoming transfer student, would you have been interested in guaranteed university-sponsored housing? • Yes, apartment styles • Yes, residence hall/suite style • Yes, either apartment style or residence hall/suite style • No • I’m not a transfer student

  8. Our Survey Questions • As an incoming transfer student, would you have been interested in guaranteed university-sponsored housing? • Yes, apartment styles • Yes, residence hall/suite style • Yes, either apartment style or residence hall/suite style • No • I’m not a transfer student

  9. Branch Question Check your preference of programs and living situations • Single occupancy • Double occupancy (less expensive) • Triple occupancy (least expensive) • Meal plan • Resident advisor • Organized social events • Willing to pay higher than non-university sponsored housing

  10. Our Survey Questions • As an incoming transfer student, would you have been interested in guaranteed university-sponsored housing? • Yes, apartment styles • Yes, residence hall/suite style • Yes, either apartment style or residence hall/suite style • No • I’m not a transfer student

  11. Reasons why transfer students did not want University Housing (Source: SARI Quick Survey, 2008, n=92)

  12. Recommendations • Transfer socials • On site peer coordinator • Single and double occupancy apartments • Provide housing for 20-25% of incoming transfer student class • Improve residential programming • More options for living arrangements

  13. Thank You • Elias Lopez • Emily Galindo • Kathy Davis • Gillian Butler • Sabrina Sewell • Joann Wilson • Nate Delaney-Busch • Contacts for other UC’s • DaniLaub (Santa Barbara) • Charlotte Shifflet (Riverside) • Connie Malone (Irvine) • Nancy Jurich (Berkeley) • Mary Vasquez (Davis) • Kevin Tresham & Delores Wright (Santa Cruz) • Hilary Crocker (Los Angeles)