UIC Office of Degree Progress Reports
Pathways to Success for African American Males at UIC
The Pathways study, funded by the Office of the Provost, was collaboration among the College of Education, the Office of Degree Progress and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. The goal of the study was to examine the Pathways to Success for African American male students who navigated the academic and social systems at UIC to approach degree completion in a timely manner.
- Using Institutional Studies to Inform Decisions about Black Male Initiative Programs and Support Services, Paper presented at the 2012 AIR Annual Forum
- Paper on the Pathways Study presented at the American Educational Research Association, April 2011
- Slides from the AERA presentation
- Pathways to Success-Full Report to the Provost
This presentation is an overview of strategies and issues surrounding student readiness for academic success in college. The information was presented by Cecil Curtwright, Associate Vice Provost for Academic and Enrollment Services and Patricia Inman, Office of Degree Progress at the National College Access Network regional meeting held March 17, 2010
The following reports are designated for internal review and require a UIC login:
This report examines enrollment decisions of the Fall 2012 cohort of applicants who were admitted to UIC, but did not enroll at UIC using National Student Clearinghouse Student Tracker data. Findings for a selected subpopulations of admitted students are also provided.
This report details the characteristics of the students living in campus housing and how this profile has changed over the years.
The following two charts are graphic representation of the campus racial/ethnic composition from 1973 to 2008 based on Fall enrollment data.
- The Racial/Ethnic Composition of the Fall Undergraduate Enrollment 1973 to 2008.
- The Racial/Ethnic Composition of the Fall Campus Enrollment 1973 to 2008.