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  1. Continuing to make an IMPACT for over 10 years: The evolution of extended orientation programs at UCM Jeina Stoumbaugh GA for Student Leadership and Development University of Central Missouri Brett Bruner Director of Transition and Student Conduct Fort Hays State University

  2. Learning Outcomes Participants will be able to compare & contrast how 1 institutional extended orientation program has evolved over a decade’s journey. Participants will be able to apply 2 key elements of Schlossberg’s Transition Theory (1995) and Astin’s Student Involvement Theory (1985) to an extended orientation program. Participants will be able to describe the needs of their extended orientation programs. IMPACT Retreat 2015

  3. What is IMPACT? Infusing Multiculturalism Pride Awareness Connections Training IMPACT Freshmen Leadership Retreat at the University of Central Missouri is a 3 day extended orientation retreat for first year incoming students. Developed with the goal of attempting to combine Leadership and Student Involvement into one central focus IMPACT Retreat 2009

  4. Theoretical Purpose of IMPACT Schlossberg’s Transition Theory (1995) Astin’s Student Involvement Theory (1985) IMPACT Retreat 2011

  5. The Beginning (2006)

  6. The Beginning (2006) Originally designed as the kick-off event for the new student leadership program. $40 registration fee → 6 meals, t-shirt, water bottle, bag, transportation & 2 nights of lodging at off-campus venue Key buy-in from Enrollment Management & Admissions Not really for sure what the future would hold…

  7. The Beginning (2006) Camp Bobwhite – Knob Noster State Park 75 student participants – maximum for camp facilities 10 student facilitators – Office of Campus Activities student leaders 10 faculty/staff facilitator volunteers Quantitative data – fall-to-spring & fall-to-fall retention data

  8. Years 2 (2007) & 3 (2008) Changes 125-150 student participants New campsite → Camp Palestine in Chilhowee, MO Formalization of student staffing New buy-in from departments & offices September Reunion Additional day of programming → 3 ½ days Addition of NODA Summer Intern Scholarships provided by student organizations

  9. IMPACT 2016 (10 years later)

  10. IMPACT 10 years later (2016) Student Leadership retreat focused on student engagement and involvement $75 registration fee 42 Student Facilitators and 182 Participants On campus housing

  11. IMPACT 10 years later (2016) Reunion end of August Summer student intern (not through NODA) Office of Student Activities staff Mule Team Leader Recruitment

  12. The Future of IMPACT at UCM $90 registration fee Wednesday-Friday Retreat 40 Facilitators, 2 Student Coordinators Orientation dates for recruitment IMPACT Facilitators 2017

  13. Questions?

  14. Contact Information Jeina Stoumbaugh Stoumbaugh@ucmo.edu Brett Bruner blbruner@fhsu.edu