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December 7th NTC Presentation

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Source: Minnesota Office of Higher Education




Percent of Education-Loan Debt for 2007-2008 Minnesota Baccalaureate Degree Recipients
Debt Level by Type of Baccalaureate Institution Continue to grow student support / success programs such as the College Readiness Learning Community (CRLC) pilot program. Continue to Improve Student Success The College of St. Scholastica, located in Duluth, has developed a degree completion program that focuses on working adults who hold some college credits but have not completed a degree. The program’s real innovation will be in awarding college credit for prior learning; from learning gained outside the classroom to learning from Massive Open Online Courses. What Process Should NTC Use to Assess Prior Learning?
Awarding Credit for Prior Learning is gaining momentum with providers of education. As potential students become more aware of its existence, they are using it as a tool for shopping programs and schools. Establish Systematized Process to Award Credit for Prior Learning Increase student retention and completion
Implement student progress tracking and predictive analytics
Improve persistence to at least 77% by 2017
Improve student success to at least 55% by 2021
Expand PSEO and concurrent enrollment
Increase student participation to at least 27,000 students by 2015
Provide competitive compensation to retain the talented faculty and staff needed to ensure student success
State support limited to one-third of cost; two-thirds supported through efficiencies and tuition Accelerate Completion Increase PSEO and Concurrent Opportunities
Build Relationships with Home School Networks
Bemidji State University Academic Programs
Adult Basic Education
Minnesota Workforce
International Link to China Build / Strengthen Relationships Increase Internship Opportunities
Strengthen Advisory Committees
Business & Industry
NTC Foundation Outreach Build / Strengthen Relationships Explore Health Program Cluster
Pharmacy Technician
Phlebotomy
Physical Therapy Assistant
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Cardiac Technician
Health Coach
Paramedic Health Program Exploration Aggressive Program Development
Sign Language
Human Resources
Welding
Graphic Design

Health Programs ……. New Program Development 38 New Program Ideas were Brought Forward:

Sign Language * Drafting * Phlebotomy * Pharm Tech * Vet Tech Off Chaise Restoration * Interior Design * Hospitality Management/Services * Culinary Arts * Interior Finish & Cabinet Making * Welding * Farm Ag * Automation Control * Paramedic Health Coach * Nutrition/Diet Tech * Counseling Assistant Prosthetics * PTA * OTA * Taxidermy * Web Design * Graphic Design * Computer Forensics * Computer Gaming * Gunsmith Cardiac Technician * Photography * Criminal Justice * Diesel Technology * Healthcare Management * Pre-Engineer Cosmetology * Tattoo Artistry * Human Resources * Surgical Technician * Special Education Para * MLT New Program Development Education attainment a particular challenge in rural counties 25% of high school students (50% of students of color) do not graduate on time
669,000 Minnesotans have attended college but not finished By 2018, 620,000 job vacancies requiring employees with post-secondary credentials Urgent Challenges Facing Minnesota Administrative – John Centko
Student – Mary Ward
Academic – AASC
Human Resources – CHRO
Technology –
Facilities –
Finance – Bill Maki
Public Relations – Scott Faust Policy Topics Additional Areas of Communication:
Continue Provost Program Gatherings
Student Service & Admissions and Enrollment
Administrative Team Meetings
What is going on at BSU
MnSCU Direction
Legislative Updates College Communication and Transparency Provide Work Group Meeting Summaries:
Academic Affairs & Standards Committee
Student Service & Admissions and Enrollment
Department Chairs
Policy and/or Process Changes
All Faculty and Staff Meeting College Communication and Transparency Challenges of balancing cost of equipment, materials, and supplies for the delivery of quality education
Affordable Tuition
Quality Employees Comparative in Delivering Quality Education and Student Support Services Education attainment a particular challenge in rural counties 25% of high school students (50% of students of color) do not graduate on time
669,000 Minnesotans have attended college without finishing By 2018, 620,000 job vacancies requiring employees with post-secondary credentials Urgent Challenges Facing Minnesota Capture Larger Share of Existing On-Line Offering within Distance Minnesota
Fall 2013 10 sections
Spring 2014 8 Sections
Fall 2014 14 Sections
Spring 2015 10 Sections
Develop a Plan for Summer Liberal Arts Offerings
Expand PSEO and On-Line College in the High School Expand Liberal Arts Course Offerings Areas of Focus
Create College Communication Plan
Establish a Policy Review Process
Develop New Programs
Expand Liberal Arts Course Offerings
Establish Systematized Process to Award Credit for Prior Learning
Build / Strengthen Relationships
Improve Student Success Direction for NTC All of us need to tell the Northwest Technical College story.

We are the best kept secret in the region.

We need to be become the worst kept secret in the region, state, and beyond… Source: Minnesota Office of Higher Education Education-Loan Debt for 2007-2008 Minnesota
Associate Degree Recipients A growth in interest in competency-based learning, which places strong emphasis on taking account of prior learning experience Prior-learning assessment is one way students could earn credits for what they learn in MOOCs Adult students are more likely to earn a degree or credential if they receive credit for prior learning To complete degrees in the USA, over 40 million people have started a post-secondary program but never completed it Why is Credit for Prior Learning Growing? The College of St. Scholastica, located in Duluth, has developed a degree completion program that focuses on working adults who hold some college credits but have not completed a degree. The program’s real innovation will be in awarding college credit for prior learning; from learning gained outside the classroom to learning from Massive Open Online Courses. What Process Should NTC Use to Assess Prior Learning? Education attainment a particular challenge in rural counties 25% of high school students (50% of students of color) do not graduate on time
669,000 Minnesotans have attended college without finishing By 2018, 620,000 job vacancies requiring employees with post-secondary credentials Urgent Challenges Facing Minnesota Continue to grow student support / success programs such as the College Readiness Learning Community (CRLC) pilot program. Continue to Improve Student Success Challenges of balancing cost of equipment, materials, and supplies for the delivery of quality education
Affordable Tuition
Quality Employees Comparative in Delivering Quality Education and Student Support Services Source: Minnesota Office of Higher Education




Percent of Education-Loan Debt for 2007-2008 Minnesota Baccalaureate Degree Recipients
Debt Level by Type of Baccalaureate Institution
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