NSSE Pulse Survey
Data & Action Projects
The Academic Probation Project focused on gathering and analyzing data related to academic probation of students at CSUEB. This team strived to connect with students, particularly transfers, prior to their first semester to communicate relevant policies and regulations, clarify academic requirements and expectations, and make necessary connections and introductions. Their goal was to implement an action plan that will help decrease the number of students with the institution GPA below 2.0 and advance retention rates for this cohort. Furthermore, the team intends to launch an updated website on probation and disqualification matters for easy student access and guided pathways.
The Stop-Out Project, the team analyzed data from an enrollment survey administered over the last three years with the intent to conducted an enrollment survey that would help identify key institutional and personal factors that prevented impacted students’ consecutive enrollment in college. Their goal was to explain the experiences and voices of students who stop-out and share these reasons with faculty and staff across campus to help inform systemic policies and processes; thus positively impacting make decisions to lower the stop-out rate.
“Black Excellence” is a media project that spotlights Black CSUEB Students who successfully completed or are scheduled to complete their degrees in 2 years as transfers and 4 years as freshmen students. Through interviews with Black CSUEB Students and Graduates, the team's goal was to demonstrate positive best practices on campus that support student success while highlighting examples of resilience, strength and perseverance.
Steven Cleveland, Professor, Ethnic Studies
Sarah Aubert, Curriculum/Catalog Specialist, Academic Programs & Services
- Explore institutional and survey data to understand student success trends at Cal State East Bay.
- Analyze assessment results related to student experiences with academic advising.
- Integrate equity-minded student success frameworks into student advising practices.
- Develop an action plan to strengthen student advising practices on campus.
- Collaborate across divisions to strengthen institutional commitment to student success.
Luz Calvo, Faculty/Chair, Faculty Lead of GANAS Program
Kevin Gin, Senior Strategic Partner, Institutional Effectiveness & Research
Paul Carpenter, Professor/Department Chair, Kinesiology
Christina Chin-Newman, Professor, Human Development & Women's Studies
Shannon Coskran, PACE Counselor and Coordinator
Saleem Gilmore, Director, EOP
Shonda Goward, Director, Student Center for Academic Achievement
Bill Irwin, Student Success Specialist, Academic Programs & Services
Jennifer Luna, Director, Recreation & Student Wellbeing
Cherie Randolph, Veterans Retention Program Coordinator
Thomas Tyner, Executive Director, University Extention