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Student Success Analytics Certificate ProgramCSU Faculty and StaffData-Informed Decision MakingProfessional Development
The Certificate Program in Student Success Analytics is designed as an innovative and interactive professional development experience, which provides CSU faculty, staff, and administrators with a set of strategies to better understand what is working well and what needs to be improved to increase student success.
http://dashboard.csuprojects.org/ssa/certificate-program/index.html
Closing the Equity and Achievement GapCSU CommunityGraduation InitiativeInformational
Learn about the equity gap and how the CSU is working to eliminate the gaps that exist among underrepresented students versus their peers.
https://www2.calstate.edu/csu-system/why-the-csu-matters/Pages/closing-the-achievement-gap.aspx
Inclusive ExcellenceCSU CommunityGraduation InitiativeInformational
The CSU community—faculty, staff, administrators, and students themselves—seeks to achieve success for all students through a quality education matched with opportunity.
https://www2.calstate.edu/impact-of-the-csu/diversity/inclusive-excellence/Pages/default.aspx
Graduation Initiative 2025 - 2018 Progress Report Fact SheetHigher Education CommunityGraduation InitiativeFact Sheet
Learn about the CSU's progess toward Graduation Initiative 2025 systemwide goals for first-time freshman, transfer students and closing equity gaps.
https://www2.calstate.edu/csu-system/news/Documents/GI2025-Fact-Sheet.pdf
Graduation Initiative 2025 - General Fact SheetHigher Education CommunityGraduation InitiativeFact Sheet
Learn about the CSU's ambitious initiative to increase graduation rates while eliminating equity gaps. Review the Graduation Initiative 2025 goals and critical areas of work.
GI2025-General Fact Sheet.PDF
Graduation Initiative 2025 - Frequently Asked QuestionsHigher Education CommunityGraduation InitiativeFAQ
Find answers to the most commonly asked questions about Graduation Initiative 2025, the CSU's systemwide initaitive to increase graduation rates and eliminate equity gaps.
https://www2.calstate.edu/csu-system/news/Documents/faq-graduation-initiative-2025.pdf
EO 1110 - Assessment of Academic Preparation and Placement in First-Year General Education Written Communication and Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning CoursesCSU CommunityAcademic PreparationExecutive Order
This executive order establishes CSU policy regarding first-year enrollment in CSU-required written communication and mathematics/quantitative reasoning courses and college-level skills assessment to inform placement in appropriate courses.
http://www.calstate.edu/EO/EO-1110.html
EO 1110 - Frequently Asked QuestionsCSU CommunityAcademic PreparationFAQ
Find answers to the most commonly asked questions about EO1110, an Executive Order issed by the CSU that revises the polocy for first-year student placement in English and mathematics/quantitative reasoning courses.
https://www2.calstate.edu/csu-system/why-the-csu-matters/graduation-initiative-2025/files/academic-preparation-faq.pdf
EO 1100 - General Education Breadth RequirementsCSU CommunityAcademic PreparationExecutive Order
This executive order is intended to establish a common understanding of the requirements for CSU General Education Breadth (GE).  The policy incorporates changes recommended by faculty, students, administrators and the Academic Senate CSU regarding how systemwide GE policy can better: (1) clarify requirements, (2) ensure equitable opportunity for student success, and (3) streamline graduation requirements. Additionally, EO 1100 includes a revised definition for mathematics/quantitative reasoning (CSU GE Breadth Subarea B4), in response to recommendations from a variety of sources.
http://www.calstate.edu/EO/EO-1100-rev-8-23-17.html
EO 1100 - Frequently Asked QuestionsCSU CommunityAcademic PreparationFAQ
Find answers to the most commonly asked questions about EO1100, an Executive Order issed by the CSU that revises the policy for CSU baccalaureate-level General Education (GE) breadth requirements.
http://www.calstate.edu/app/policywebcast/documents/EO1100FAQ.PDF
EO 1100 Math - Frequently Asked QuestionsCSU CommunityAcademic PreparationFAQ
Find answers to the most commonly asked questions about EO1100 that relate specifically to mathematics/quanitative reasoning. The Executive Order issed by the CSU that revises the policy for CSU baccalaureate-level General Education (GE) breadth requirements includes a revised definition for mathematics/quantitative reasoning (CSU GE Breadth Subarea B4)
http://www.calstate.edu/app/mathqr/eo-1100-faq-mathqr.pdf
Student Success in First-year GE Math/QR and Written CommunicationCSU Faculty and StaffAcademic PreparationProfessional Development
In academic year 2018-19, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs, the Institute for Teaching and Learning, and the Center for the Advancement of Instruction in Quantitative Reasoning will provide an array of opportunities to support student success in first-year general education math/quantitative reasoning and written communication courses.
https://www2.calstate.edu/csu-system/why-the-csu-matters/graduation-initiative-2025/academic-preparation/professional-development
2017 Co-Requisite Mathematics SummitCSU Faculty and StaffAcademic PreparationProfessional Development
Find resources shared during the Co-Requisite Mathematics Summit hosted by the Office of the Chancellor on August 10-11, 2017. Uri Treisman and his colleagues from the Charles A. Dana Center, University of Texas at Austin led the interactive two-day event that gave attendees an overview of co-requisite models, implementation challenges and solutions and ​tools and materials to help develop campus-specific plans.
https://www2.calstate.edu/csu-system/why-the-csu-matters/graduation-initiative-2025/co-requisite-mathematics-summit/Pages/default.aspx
CSU Supplemental Instruction CommunityCSU Faculty and StaffAcademic PreparationProfessional Development
The CSU Supplemental Instruction Community facilitates communication between the Chancellor’s Office and those involved in SI efforts at the campus level. The CSU SI Community meets online the 3rd Mondays of each month from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. visit the website for archived recordings and presentation slides.
http://si.calstate.edu/community
Supplemental Instruction Professional Development OpportunitesCSU Faculty and StaffAcademic PreparationProfessional Development
To increase the quality and quantity of supplemental instruction (SI) implementationsystemwide, the CSU provides professional development opportunities that increase SI knowledge and expertise of CSU faculty and staff.
http://si.calstate.edu/pd
Data Dashboard: Supplemental Instruction and Course OutcomesCSU Faculty and StaffData-Informed Decision MakingCSU Student Success Dashboard
Access detailed analyses, visuals and predictive analytics with the CSU Student Success Dashboard.
https://csusuccess.dashboards.calstate.edu/public/supplemental-instruction/index2.html
Data Dashboard: CSU by the NumbersGeneral PublicData-Informed Decision MakingInformational
See information on enrollments, graduation rates and achievement gaps on the CSU by the Numbers Dashboard.
https://public.dashboards.calstate.edu/
Data Dashboard: Graduation Initiative 2025CSU Faculty and StaffData-Informed Decision MakingCSU Student Success Dashboard
Access a variety of Student Success Dashboards to: track progress toward Graduation Initiative 2025 goals, analyze student demographics, find courses with highest GPA equity gaps and lowest pass rates.
https://csusuccess.dashboards.calstate.edu/public/graduation-initiative
Data Dashboard: Faculty DashboardCSU FacultyData-Informed Decision MakingCSU Student Success Dashboard
Faculty play a critical role in fostering student success in and out of the classroom. This dashboard is intended to help CSU Faculty gain a better understanding of the backgrounds and academic patterns of CSU students.
https://csusuccess.dashboards.calstate.edu/public/db-faculty-dashboard
Data Dashboard: Historical Insights into CSU by the NumbersCSU CommunityData-Informed Decision MakingCSU Student Success Dashboard
This dashboard is intended to help CSU faculty, staff and administrators gain a better understanding of the backgrounds and academic patterns of current and past CSU students. Learn more about presistance and graduation rates over time as well as how CSU campus rates compare to national peers.
https://csusuccess.dashboards.calstate.edu/public/csu-by-the-numbers
Data Dashboard: Access, Equity and OpportunityCSU CommunityData-Informed Decision MakingCSU Student Success Dashboard
The Equity Gaps Dashboard provides data specific to identifying and adressing exixting equity gaps among CSU students.
https://csusuccess.dashboards.calstate.edu/public/student-diversity
Partner Dashboard: For California Community College Faculty, Counselors and AdministratorsCalifornia Community College CommunityData-Informed Decision MakingCSU Student Success Dashboard
Access detailed analyses, visuals and predictive analytics for California Community Colleges whose students enrolled at the CSU. Through partnerships with California Community Colleges, we can increase the college preparation, enrollment, and graduation rates of students from underserved communities.
http://www.calstate.edu/communitycolleges
Partner Dashboard: For High School Teachers, Counselors and AdministratorsCalifornia High School CommunityData-Informed Decision MakingCSU Student Success Dashboard
Access detailed analyses, visuals and predictive analytics for California High Schools whose students enrolled at the CSU. Through partnerships with California High Schools, we can increase the college preparation, enrollment, and graduation rates of students from underserved communities.
http://calstate.edu/highschool
Partner Dashboard: For Fatih and Community Based OrganizationsCalifornia High School CommunityData-Informed Decision MakingCSU Student Success Dashboard
Access detailed analyses, visuals and predictive analytics for High Schools located near faith-based and community-based organizations throughout California whose students enrolled at the CSU. Through partnerships with California High Schools, we can increase the college preparation, enrollment, and graduation rates of students from underserved communities.
http://calstate.edu/churchpartners
Course Redesign with TechnologyCSU FacultyAcademic PreparationProfessional Development
The CSU Course Redesign with Technology program was developed in response to the enrollment bottlenecks that many students were experiencing, limiting their ability to progress toward graduation.
http://courseredesign.csuprojects.org/wp/
Institute for Teaching and Learning (ITL)CSU FacultyAcademic PreparationProfessional Development
The Institute for Teaching and Learning (ITL) is an Academic Program of the California State University System devoted to promoting the highest standards of university teaching and to fostering faculty professional growth and collaboration throughout the 23-campus California State System.
http://www.calstate.edu/itl/
Student Success from High School Preparation to College GraduationCSU CommunityAcademic PreparationInformational
The CSU has transformed academic preparation in an effort to provide all first-time freshman the opportunity and support needed to be successful in college-level coursework. This website provides guidance on new approaches to assessment, placement in General Education (GE) English and math/quantitative reasoning courses and the Early Start Program.
http://csustudentsuccess.org/home
Center for the Advancement of Instruction in Quantitative ReasoningCSU CommunityAcademic PreparationInformational
The Center for the Advancement of Instruction in Quantitative Reasoning (CAIQR) was established by the Office of the Chancellor in Fall 2016 to continuously support the high-quality instruction and curriculum in the high schools, community colleges, and public universities that will better serve the state of California and the U.S.  It also will highlight strategies to enhance the skills of CSU students in quantitative reasoning that they will rely on after graduation.
http://qr.csu-eppsp.org/
Phase 3: Comprehensive Study of College and Student Basic Needs CSU CommunityStudent Engagement and Well-beingInformational
Findings from survey, interview, and focus group data show an urgent need to provide resources serving students' basic needs and facilitate linkages across these resources. Visibility and normalization of programs and services are vital to supporting the health and success of students.
https://www2.calstate.edu/impact-of-the-csu/student-success/basic-needs-initiative/Documents/BasicNeedsStudy_Phase_3.pdf
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