About the University Innovation Alliance
UIA Summit 2018: The Future of Higher Ed Conferences
Ohio State leadership to attend UIA summit on student success and campus transformation
Leadership from Ohio State will participate in the University Innovation Alliance's first National Summit for Student Success Innovation and Campus Transformation in April 2018.Read More
Inside Higher Ed: UIA impacts low-income student success
The 11 universities of the University Innovation Alliance released new data on Thursday showing a 24.7 percent increase in the number of their low-income graduates in the past three years.Read More
First generation student Lusiana Wainiqolo started at a community college then transferred to @UCRiverside where she just earned her bachelor's degree in business economics. Read more inspiring stories about UCR's 2018 graduating class here: https://t.co/B2qnNlt29e https://t.co/cCRUGooeyj
Fall admissions at @UCRiverside are showing a surge in the number of transfer students, reflecting an increase in offers to students from historically underrepresented groups and those who would be the first in their families to graduate from college: https://t.co/sAbNIHzWn2 https://t.co/vlE4J0SaMK
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Ohio State is proud to be part of a national partnership of universities working to bring the American Dream within reach of even more students.
Access, Affordability and Excellence
Ohio State is committed to ensuring that our students receive a high quality, affordable college degree. In partnership with the UIA, we are investing in predictive analytics, academic advising, financial aid, and teaching.
Along with federal, state and community partners, Ohio State will implement collective strategies that elevate all members of societysuch as a program for early childhood educators to obtain a bachelor's degree for free.
Diversity and Inclusion
Guided by an inclusive excellence framework, Ohio State and the UIA are committed to broadening access and success in college to all students, regardless of background.
As a member of the UIA, Ohio State has renewed its commitment to boosting college completion rates while maintaining or enhancing educational quality. Through this partnership, Ohio State is working with national peers to develop an innovative playbook to retain and graduate more students, particularly low-income and first generation students.
Demonstrate the power of meaningful collaboration internally and beyond the university to encourage, increase and sustain student success and graduation.
Decrease the difference in graduation rates of low-income, first generation, and other historically marginalized and underrepresented student populations and the university average.
Provide additional attention to the success of Ohio State students who begin at our regional campuses.
Adapt proven strategies for increasing student success from UIA partner institutions.
OnCourse is Ohio State's Student Success Platform designed to provide more information, more readily to various campus constituencies to support undergraduate student success.
Powered by EAB's Student Success Collaborative Campus platform, OnCourse provides academic advisors with a dashboard of information about students' current progress to degree, as well as a centralized communication, scheduling, and documentation system to support academic advising, tutoring and other support services.
Contact OnCourse@osu.edu with any questions.
The UIA's study, "Monitoring Academic Analytics to Promote Student Success" (MAAPS), seeks to validate the effectiveness of proactive advising in increasing retention, progression, and graduation rates for low-income and first generation university students.
Funded by the U.S. Department of Education's First in the World (FITW) Grant Competition, MAAPS is a randomized control trial that provides the treatment group with enhanced advising interventions in addition to the university's normal advising services. The control group will continue to receive the university's normal advising services. Given the design of the study, results have the promise to influence U.S. higher education to adopt more intentional and proactive advising strategies that increase student's likelihood of timely degree completion.
Contact the FITW MAAPS team at email@example.com.
Based on retention grants in use at several member institutions, the UIA has developed a grants program to provide assistance to students who are approaching graduation but face financial hurdles restricting their ability to enroll, persist, and subsequently complete their degree. Through the support of UIA funders, Ohio State began offering Buckeyes Finish Strong Completion Grants in Autumn 2017 to students within two semesters of graduation, who have small balances on their accounts and meet several other criteria. For more information about the Buckeyes Finish Strong Completion grants, contact the UIA team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bridging the Gap from Education to Employment (BGEE), a collaboration between seven of the UIA's 11 institutions, is funded by Strada Education Network. Over three year grant period, BGEE will leverage the expertise of UIA institutions and business leaders to: (a) reimagine how graduates communicate marketable job skills; (b) capture best practices for building and maintaining strategic University-employer partnerships; and (c) enhance campus career services to meet the unique needs of all students. This project's executive sponsors are Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston (Student Life), Julie Carpenter-Hubin (Institutional Research and Planning) and Dr. Beth Hume (Undergraduate Education).
For more information about this College to Career project, contact the UIA team at email@example.com.
Ohio State's UIA Team
Julie W. Carpenter-Hubincarpenterfirstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor of English
Professor of Linguistics
Beth V. Humehume.email@example.com
Norman W. Jonesjones.firstname.lastname@example.org
John D. Wanzerwanzer.email@example.com
Brandon M. Hineshines.firstname.lastname@example.org
Margaret M. Nevrekarnevrekar.email@example.com
Yash V. Singhaniasinghania.firstname.lastname@example.org