Fall 2010/Spring 2011



Fall Trees

Click on the image above to see the list of Fall 2010 accomplishments for the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

Spring 2011


Enrollment Services

Admissions, Records, Evaluations

  • On-line official transcript request/payment feature is now available for our students and alumni
  • All of the hard copy permanent records have been imaged and are no longer stored on shelves in the Academic Records Office

International Student Services and Programs

  • International student enrollment was more than 10% higher than fall 2010
  • Began working with a Regional Recruiter in Asia

Financial Aid

  • Disbursed funds to 12,744 students for a grand total of $76,095,096
  • Awarded 16,139 (compared to 15,231 last year) students by the first week of class

Scholarship Office

  • Processed $5,088,399 in scholarship awards
  • Created a backup scholarship application so that 157 students could receive funding

Talent Search

  • Received record scores on grant students renewal application- received all 100 possible points
  • Served over 750 students

University Outreach Services

  • Relocated to new location at the University Center that will serve as the new Visitor’s Center
  • Developed interactive recruitment e- publications that utilizes audio, video, u-tube, facebook and twitter

Upward Bound/ELL Upward Bound

  • One hundred percent of Upward Bound graduating seniors enrolled in a post-secondary institution
  • Ninety-nine percent of the ELL Upward Bound students that attended the five week Summer Residential Program earned grades of C or higher

Student Success Services

Central California Educational Opportunity Center

  • Conducted outreach presentations on postsecondary opportunities to over 2,500 individuals
  • Developed collaborative partnerships with agencies serving military connected students

College Assistance Migrant Program

  • Received a $20,000 gift from the J.E. Fehsenfeld Family Foundation
  • Nationally recognized for 100% first year completion rate for Fall 2010 cohort

Educational Opportunity Program

  • Developed a functionality in PeopleSoft to allow online admissions processing
  • Restructured the program from a residential to a commuter model. 

Learning Center

  • Provided 11,156 hours of tutoring through 8,638 visits which served 1222 unique students

Office of Advising Services

  • Designed Freshman Connect to support the transition of first-time freshmen
  • DOG DAYS piloted a Spanish language program focused on parents and guests of incoming freshmen

Office of Testing Services

  • Proctored over 22,500 exams and served 2650 unique students, which as a 23% increase over the previous year

Student Support Services

  • Twenty seven students completed undergraduate degrees during the 2010-11 academic year


  • Received 1137 unduplicated student referrals

University Migrant Services

  • Offered webinars explaining the process for helping AB540 students with the college application process

Student Life

Career Services

  • Initiated “Hot Jobs” bulletin distributed through the HireTopDogs (formerly BulldogLink) system
  • Added scripted telephone calls reminders of on-campus job interviews to improve student response and accommodate employers

Center for Women and Culture

  • The Women’s Resource Center celebrated its 20th anniversary
  • The Central Valley Cultural Heritage Institute provided National Coalition “Welcoming Diversity” workshops to community and campus groups

Services for Students with Disabilities

  • 301 new students established services with SSD in 2 010-2011 which is a 74% increase over the 223 students from prior year.
  • SSD received 758 requests for alternate format of classroom materials, a 21.7% increase over last year.

Student Involvement

  • Launched the Co-Curricular Leadership Certificate pilot program, enrolling 56 students for the first year and awarding certificates to 11 students.
  • Received the Service Recognition Award from the Jan and Bud Richter Center for

Community Engagement and Service Learning

Student Recreation Center

  • Increased the number of visits by 6,782 in the Fall 2010 semester.
  • Added the Group Fitness Class “ZUMBA” which alone had 1,868 participants in the classes offered

University Courtyard

  • Academic Programs resulted in 61% of residence hall students receiving a 3.0 or better
  • Hosted Central RAP where 250 leaders from other college campuses came for a day of learning and growth

University Health and Psychological Services

  • Transitioned to an Electronic Medical Records system
  • National Depression Screening Day brought a record 217 students to be evaluated.