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Student Success Fee for Cal Poly Pomona

Student Success Fee for Cal Poly Pomona. September 26, 2012 Academic Senate. Need for the Student Success Fee. Cal Poly Pomona continues to confront a structural deficit, currently $23.8 million (and growing). Cal Poly Pomona has one of the lowest total costs of attendance

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Student Success Fee for Cal Poly Pomona

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  1. Student Success FeeforCal Poly Pomona September 26, 2012 Academic Senate

  2. Need for the Student Success Fee • Cal Poly Pomona continues to confront a structural deficit, currently $23.8 million (and growing). • Cal Poly Pomona has one of the lowest total costs of attendance • The average CSU campus has around $6 million more than CPP in additional funds to support student success activities and services - the same services that we offer • Programs and services that directly impact student success have faced significant cuts, with no room for new programs and activities to be supported • The only other choice is to starve our core operations to provide a broad range of services to our students

  3. CSU All Fee Comparison 2011-12

  4. CSU Student Success Fee Comparison 2011-12

  5. Student Success Fee: The Process for Approval • Consultation with targeted student leadership groups through early November. • Open forums for students who do not belong to a student leadership group. • Ballots are cast by students at the end of Student Success Fee consultations and forums • Request is submitted to Chancellor’s Office, via the President • The Student Success Fee, if approved, will be implemented over three years, starting in Fall 2013

  6. Student Success Fee Highlights

  7. Student Success Fee:Academic Support • Expands Library hours and staffs Library research desk on weekends • Student academic advising centers in each college • Expands tutorial services at the Learning Resource Center. Keeps services free for students. • Funds for first-year and major-specific engagement opportunities

  8. Student Success Fee:Academic Support (cont.) • Additional sections of highest demand courses • Funds replacement of basic classroom equipment as well as modernize specialized equipment • Funds new approaches to instruction • Supports assessment for GE, at the program and university level

  9. Student Success Fee:Technology Support • Expands and improves quality and reach of campus wireless network • Keeps common student computing environments current • Creates IT Student Help Desk on evenings and weekends

  10. Student Success Fee:Student Engagement Support • Ensures continued funding for Intercollegiate Athletics • Removes the commitment to fund Athletics from ASI and the Instructionally Related Activities (IRA) Fund • Opens up considerable IRA and ASI funding to better support current clubs/activities and add new ones • Restores commitment to diversity education and provides additional services to veterans • Constructs a new student project building for the Rose Float and College of Engineering projects

  11. Student Success Fee:Proposed Fee Schedule • Fall 2013: $74/quarter • Fall 2014: $102/quarter • Fall 2015: $129/quarter • At full implementation, Student Success Fee will generate nearly $8 million annually in additional student support • Inflationary adjustments will keep the fee current, starting in Fall 2014 • As a mandatory fee, it can be calculated in the cost of attendance and additional federal financial aid may apply

  12. Student Success Fee:Oversight and Accountability • Student Success Fee Executive Committee • Representatives from faculty, students, staff and administration • Responsibility is to ensure that SSF funds are used in the manner approved by students • Academic Affairs and Technology Sub-Committees • Several Student Success Fee items require annual input from faculty and/or students • Sub-committees will develop process to solicit funding proposals, develop criteria to evaluate proposals, and submit recommendations to the Executive Committee

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