Student Involvement Soars at Ramapo College

July 26, 2013

ramapo-originalRamapo College of New Jersey places a high priority on student engagement. After review of research and best practices related to student engagement, a steering committee comprised of administrators from the divisions of academic affairs, student affairs, and enrollment management concluded that increasing student engagement, in and out of the classroom, would benefit the college through increased student success.

As an institution committed to planning and assessment, Ramapo College sought to incor­porate student learning goals and outcomes into the evolving Four Year Model of Student Engagement. Ramapo launched two initiatives aimed at increasing the engagement of first- and second-year students, and they have been a huge success on campus.

Learn more about Ramapo’s Student Engagement Initiatives and how they used OrgSync to manage them.

Read the Case Study

 

“With the My CCT and Earn My Wings programs, more than 70 percent of the first-year student population is highly involved, both on campus and in OrgSync.”

- Dr. Patrick Chang, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs

 

You can also check out a recording of our recent webinar “Setting Up a CCT Initiative on Campus,” co-presented by Eddie Seavers, Associate Director of the Center for Student Involvement & Coordinator of the Student Center at Ramapo College, below.

 

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