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Objective 2.9 

Increase student participation in co-curricular activities.

 

Reference to Previous Strategic Plans: ASP 04. 1.4   FPP 01. 4.1, 4.2

ExCom Member:

VPSA

Assessment Tool:

Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI) Items 50 "A variety of intramural recreational activities are offered" and 51 "I can easily get involved in campus organizations", National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) Item "Participation in co-curricular activities: % of students spending 1 hour or more per week, and RecSports participation list.

Baseline:

SSI Item 50 = 4.80 (2004-05)
SSI Item 51= 5.24 (2004-05)
NSSE Item:

     First-year students 47%

     Seniors 41% (2007 NSSE).
13,456 participants in open recreational sports (2007-08)
12,565 participants in fitness/wellness activities (2008-09 baseline due to reporting change)
     688 participants in intramural recreation (2007-08)
26,709 total participants in RecSports

Goal:

SSI Item 50: Stable or continuous improvement
SSI Item 51: Stable or continuous improvement
NSSE Item: Meet or exceed the national average for 4-year public institutions

     55% First-year students and 48% Seniors (2010-11)


RecSports: Increase involvement in Recreation and Intramurals by 8%.

Progress:

SSI Item 50: 5.42 (2011-12)
SSI Item 51: 5.42 (2011-12)
NSSE Item – participation in co-curricular activities for an hour or more per week

     62% First-year students (2010-11)

     36% Seniors (2010-11)

21,452  participants in open recreational sports
26,640 participants in fitness/wellness activities
  1,309 participants in intramural recreation
49,401 total participants in RecSports (2012-13*)

*Kaiser Hall Annex (bubble) was closed for repairs for 3 months in 2012-13

 

 

Enabling Activities:

  • Properly maintain recreation and wellness equipment.
  • Offer recreation program jobs to all financial aid recipients.
  • Formalize scheduling of select fields and other facilities used by physical education, athletes and recreation.
  • Continue programming collaboration between Residence Life, Student Activities, and RecCentral programs.
  • Educate SGA members and club officers on student activity fees and their use.
  • Enhance student leadership training offerings.
  • Offer more community-building activities.

  • Encourage integration of co-curricular activities in coursework.

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