BRYANT AND STRATTON COLLEGE (OH)

by Marcia Backos, Program Director

 

DAY SCHOOL          
Fall, 2002                    
(before On Course)
    
Fall, 2003 
(with On Course)

Improvement in On Course Students

Retention of New Students 62.8% 64.0% +1.2%
Students with Perfect
Attendance
2.9% 17.9% +15.0%
Advisor’s Honor Roll
(3.3-3.99) and Dean’s List (4.0)
40.0% 50.0% +10.0%
EVENING SCHOOL          
Fall, 2002                    
(before On Course)
    
Fall, 2003 
(with On Course)

Improvement in On Course Students

Retention of New Students 59.1% 90.5% +30.4%
Students with Perfect
Attendance
2.9% 14.3% +11.4%
Advisor’s Honor Roll
(3.3-3.99) and Dean’s List (4.0)
41.0% 61.9% +20.9%

Conclusion: These data reveal the following significant outcomes after the full implementation of On Course

1. Retention of new evening students increased by 30.4%. Retention of new day students showed a slight improvement (1.2%) after three previous semesters of decline.

2. Both the day and evening students showed a significant increase (15% and 11% respectively) in students earning perfect
attendance awards.

3. Academic achievement (GPAs of 3.3 or above) for day students improved 10% while evening students improved 20.9%