BRYANT & STRATTON COLLEGE (OH-Willoughby Hills Campus)

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%