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Scholarship Subcommittee Projects & Outcomes 2010-2011



Strategies to Meet Objectives

Assessment Method


Outcomes /Results

Feedback and Follow-Up Recommendations

Program/Office/Department Performing Assessment

What does the department/ program do to meet the goals --- what practices are currently in place


What is done to meet the objective – how does the department meet the objective (already in place)

How will this practice (objective) be assessed – what tools are used to see if the objective is working

What question are you trying to answer

What does the data say

Analysis of the data – expected outcomes , successes, weaknesses

Part-Time Scholarship Program

The Part Time Scholarship Program’s primary goal is to provide financial, academic, and personal support services to individuals who have both financial need and who also meet the Program’s requirements, including: current part time enrollment (11.5 credits or less); 3.0 GPA; and at least 60 credits. 

the Part-Time Scholarship Program:

•Helps students revolve financial challenges that could otherwise impede graduation

•Offers advising and guidance to applicants and recipients – connecting them to academic and Student Support Services (Key part of the mission of the Office of Student Support Services)

•Assists students in making the most of their Hunter College experience

Encourage that recipients take additional credits as a condition of receiving the award.  Track and monitor both the increase in the number of registered credits and graduation acceleration.

How can Hunter help part-time students graduate faster?

For the 2010-2011 academic year, the Program assisted 84 part-time students. 87 % of Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 recipients accelerated graduation as a result of receiving the part-time scholarship.

Information sessions and increased communications to students will continue in the future. SIMS data will help track students and assess how scholarship awards affect acceleration of graduation.  Moving forward, we will continue track students and assess how much earlier a student was able to graduate because of receiving the award.