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Hello Lister,
We are undergoing the Prioritization Process at Rider University too.  We
are not Peer Institutions with Northern Illinois University, as we are a
midsize Private ( 4500 undergraduates), or I would happily respond ti
Shevawn's request.  ( I still will if it helps you, Shevawn).

That said, would any of you who are at mid-size privates
share responses to the same questions:

Reporting:  What area does your program report to?
                     Where is your office located on campus?
                     Do you have a NADE Certification?
                     Do you have a CRLA Tutor Training Certification?
                     Any other special recognition?
Services in your area:
Tutoring?
      If yes, how many courses do you tutor a year?
      How many hours of tutoring do you generate each year?
      How many of your tutors are professional tutors?  How many are
peer/student tutors?
      How many sites/centers do you tutor in?
      Do you have your own facility/building that houses academic services?

On-line tutoring?
      Do you do on-line tutoring?
      What is your delivery system (institutional design, partnership with
other universities, textbook associated, AskOnLine or other vendors)?
      Are the tutors yours or a company's?
      What are the hours (24/7 or something else)?
      How many courses are supported using on-line tutoring?

Supplemental Instruction?
      How many courses do you have SI in?
      Do you have video SI?  How many courses?
      How many SI Leaders report to each supervisor/mentor?

Developmental Coursework?
What courses?  How many sections?  How many students?

Academic Coaches/Reading Specialists?
How many?  How many students do they serve?

Can you estimate your yearly budget for all of these services?


Best regards,
Kendall Friedman

On Fri, Oct 16, 2015 at 2:32 PM, Shevawn Eaton <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi all.  Happy Friday!
>
> I'm currently desperate for some answers to the following questions in
> order to answer a question on comparison to other programs for Program
> Prioritization on our campus.
>
> For those of you who aren't familiar with Program Prioritization, thank
> your lucky stars (and don't ask, you don't want your administration to get
> wind of this thing).  : )
>
> The question I need help with for this report is "How well does your
> program perform compared to peer institutions?
>
> This is one question in a series of questions designed to demonstrate the
> necessity of every single academic and administrative program on our campus
> from Grounds to Dining Service to us to the President's office.  We will be
> rank ordered by a committee of faculty.  Departments in the bottom 20% will
> be "under review".
>
> Here are the questions I need answered from those of you who could be
> considered "peer institutions" (18,000-23,000 undergraduates) and state
> funded.   I don't need a lot of verbiage unless you are in the mood for
> it.  I just need some base data by which to compare our program.  If you
> are interested, I can complete these questions for you in return.  Just let
> me know.
>
> And if there is some data source that is current that has this information
> that include institutions my size, or other benchmarks in it, please let me
> know that too!   I don't need to reinvent the wheel.
>
> FYI, I have looked at the book "College Tutoring Program Benchmarks".
> Great study, published by Primary Research Group,  but didn't quite fit my
> purposes.
>
> Please email your information directly to me at the email below. I greatly
> appreciate any and all who take the time to help us out.
>
> Reporting:  What area does your program report to?
>                      Where is your office located on campus?
>                      Do you have a NADE Certification?
>                      Do you have a CRLA Tutor Training Certification?
>                      Any other special recognition?
> Services in your area:
> Tutoring?
>       If yes, how many courses do you tutor a year?
>       How many hours of tutoring do you generate each year?
>       How many of your tutors are professional tutors?  How many are
> peer/student tutors?
>       How many sites/centers do you tutor in?
>       Do you have your own facility/building that houses academic services?
>
> On-line tutoring?
>       Do you do on-line tutoring?
>       What is your delivery system (institutional design, partnership with
> other universities, textbook associated, AskOnLine or other vendors)?
>       Are the tutors yours or a company's?
>       What are the hours (24/7 or something else)?
>       How many courses are supported using on-line tutoring?
>
> Supplemental Instruction?
>       How many courses do you have SI in?
>       Do you have video SI?  How many courses?
>       How many SI Leaders report to each supervisor/mentor?
>
> Developmental Coursework?
> What courses?  How many sections?  How many students?
>
> Academic Coaches/Reading Specialists?
> How many?  How many students do they serve?
>
> Can you estimate your yearly budget for all of these services?
>
> Any or all of this information will be greatly appreciated!!!!!!!!!  I
> will owe you hugely and if you need benchmarks from other institutions, I
> will be at the top of your list!
> Thanks so much for your assistance.
>
> Shevawn Eaton, Ph.D.
> Director, ACCESS
> Northern Illinois University
> 815 753 0581
> www.tutoring.niu.edu
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Kendall Andersen Friedman
Director, Student Success Center
Rider University
609-896-5000, ext. 7176

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