First Generation the Movie

Connection with High
Schools

Building Relationships Making it Happen with
Students & Mentors
Communicate a
Vision and
Create Urgency

Establish Build College-
Routines of Wide
Inquiry and Ownership for
Evidence Use Change
Routines of
Effective
Communication

Build a System
Align
to Support
Structures and
Disciplined
Resources
Execution

Aspen Institute Leadership Curriculum
Communicate a
Vision and
NATIONWIDE STUDENTS ARE …
Create Urgency HAVING DIFFICULTY CHOOSING AN
EDUCATIONAL GOAL & MAJOR

TAKING TOO MUCH TIME &

ACCUMULATING TOO MANY CREDITS

SPENDING TOO MUCH MONEY

NOT GRADUATING

NOT PREPARED FOR EMPLOYMENT
WHAT WE DID IN THE PAST
Build College-
• SMALL AGILE TEAMS Wide Ownership
for Change
• DEDICATED MONEY - GRANT
• SMALL SILOED INTERVENTIONS AND ACTIVITIES
• DO YOUR COLLEGES HAVE OWNERSHIP AND BUY-IN?
• HOW DO YOU BUILD THIS?
Design Principles What BC has done
1. Every student’s postsecondary education begins with an intake  HS site visits
process to choose an academic direction and identify the support  Renegade day
needed to pass relevant credit-bearing gateway courses in the  Specialized advisors
first year.  Cohort tracking
 Get Focused Stay Focused
 Dual Enrollment
 Summer Bridge
 Degreeworks
 Convocation
2. Enrollment in college-level math and English courses or course  Registration strategies
sequences aligned with the student’s program of study is the  Abbreviated SEP
default placement for the vast majority of students.  STEM & MESA
 Multiple Measures
 Title 5 & ASTEP
 Rural Initiatives & Rural Bridge
3 Academic and nonacademic support is provided in conjunction  Habits of Mind
with gateway courses in the student’s academic or career area of  Completion Coaches (MIH Mentors)
interest through co-requisite or other models with evidence of  SI, Writing Center, Tutoring
success in which supports are embedded in curricula and  Math Tutor
instructional strategies.  STEM center
 Library courses
Design Principles What BC has done
4. Students for whom the default college-level course  Accelerated Reading, English and Math
placement is not appropriate, even with additional  Engl B53 & Math B65 Cohorts
mandatory support, are enrolled in rigorous, streamlined  Compressed course work
remediation options that align with the knowledge and skills  New Success Lab
required for success in gateway courses in their academic  ACDV B72
or career area of interest.  Multiple Measures
 Contextualized coursework
 Dual Enrollment
5. Every student is engaged with content of required  Broadening gateway based on majors – e.g. Anatomy &
gateway courses that is aligned with his or her academic Physiology, Psychology, Accounting, Drafting etc
program of study—especially in math.
6. Every student is supported to stay on track to a college  Cohorts
credential, from intake forward, through the institution’s use  Early alert
of effective mechanisms to generate, share, and act on  Starfish
academic performance and progression data.  Equity AAMP & Hispanic Cohort
 Institutional Scorecard
 Vets, DSPS, EOPS
Build a System to
Align Structures Support
and Resources Disciplined
Execution
CHALLENGE 1: FOCUS
California Career Pathways
Trust (CCPT)

STUDENT
SUCCESS
AND
SUPPORT
PROGRAM
(SSSP)
Basic Skills and Student Outcomes
Transformation Program
THESE WERE GOOD INTERVENTIONS
• BUT THE INSTITUTION AND CCC SYSTEM HAS
NOT IMPROVED OVERALL
• SUCCESS IN CLASSES DOES NOT COMPLETE THE
GOAL – IT IS IMPORTANT BUT IT IS A
MILESTONE NOT A GOAL
• ELOY’S LEADERSHIP COMMENTS -
HTTPS://WWW.BAKERSFIELDCOLLEGE.EDU/CONFEREN
CE/LEADERSHIPMATTERS
Guided Pathways

Defining
Competencies
Assessing
EQUITY Competencies
EQUITY
SSSP EQUITY
SSSP
California Career Pathways
Trust (CCPT)

Co-
Requisites
Noncredit
Supplemental
Instruction/Tutorin
g
Contextualized Learning
BSI e-Resource

Equity, Social Mobility, Economic Health
California Pathways – Redesigning California’s Community Colleges
•TOO MANY
CHOICES?
•TOO MUCH
TIME?
CCCAPPLY - 9 SCREENS OF MAJORS AND 251 MAJOR CHOICES
WHAT DOES COMPLETION LOOK LIKE AT BAKERSFIELD
COLLEGE –
THIS YEARS’ GRADUATE’S JOURNEYS
Began with Affinity Cohorts
AAI/AAMP/ASTEP EOPS
Articulation/Transfer Foster Youth
Athletes Inmates
At-Risk/Acad Stan/Early International
Alert Promise
BSAI DSPS - Counselors
Dreamers Veterans

Expanded to Meta Majors
• Social & Behavioral Sciences and Human Services
• Agriculture, Nutrition, Culinary Arts
• Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM)
• Public Safety and Emergency Management
• Industrial and Transportation Technology
• Arts, Humanities, and Design
• Business
• Education (Early Childhood/k-8)n
• Personal and Career Exploration
• Health Science
Agriculture, Nutrition, and
Culinary
Financial Aid
Build a System Advisor

to Support
Disciplined Faculty
Execution Data Coach DIscipline
Experts

Establish
Routines of
Peer Advisor Counselor
Inquiry and
Evidence Use

Administrator Ed Advisor

Completion Coaching Teams
STEM
Pathway

Health Sciences
Pathway
INQUIRY AND EVIDENCE
Data by Pathways
Establish
Routines of
Inquiry and
Evidence Use Focus Groups

Summer Bridge
METRICS:
HISTORIC INNOVATIONS
• SUCCESS IN ACCELERATED BASIC SKILLS
• NUMBER OF SEMESTERS MOVED BY MULTIPLE MEASURES
NEW TO SCORECARD - MILESTONE
• NUMBER OF STUDENTS COMPLETING GATEWAY MATH AND ENGLISH
PATHWAYS
• NUMBER OF UNITS TO COMPLETE A DEGREE
• TIME TO DEGREE AND CERTIFICATE COMPLETION (COMPARISON OF AA & AS TO ADTS)
• NUMBER OF STUDENTS ON/OFF THE PATHWAY
• ANNUAL GRADUATE APPLICANTS TIME STARTING TIME
DATA BY PATHWAY AND AFFINITY GROUP
Complete Transfer English in First Year Completion within Three Years
45.0% 35.0%

40.0%
30.0%
35.0%
25.0%

Percent Completing
Percent Completing

30.0%

25.0% 20.0%

20.0% 15.0%

15.0%
10.0%
10.0%
5.0%
5.0%

0.0% 0.0%
11-12 Cohort 12-13Cohort 13-14 Cohort 14-15 Cohort 15-16 Cohort 11-12 Cohort 12-13Cohort 13-14 Cohort
AAI 3.6% 4.0% 6.7% 4.2% 8.7% AAI 13.5% 15.5% 11.2%
STEM 27.0% 31.6% 31.3% 38.8% 38.1% STEM 22.3% 30.0% 26.5%
All 11.9% 13.6% 14.9% 16.5% 15.9% All 19.5% 17.7% 18.0%
Pathway Tool for Faculty
 Day one
 check goal
 check major

 Send to counseling to
update

 Mid-semester
 check goal
 check major
 On-track off track check -
Degreeworks
Routines of
Effective
Communication
LOOK AT THE STUDENTS

• SPECIFIC PATHWAYS DATA ABOUT THEIR STUDENTS
• WHO KNEW?
THANK YOU

• WHERE FROM HERE?
• QUESTIONS