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  • Prepared for the KPU Board of Governors

    September 2013

    Office of Institutional Analysis and Planning

    Baseline Measures

    of Performance

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    FOREWORD

    This report presents the baseline measures

    for KPU’s Strategic Plan Vision 2018 and an

    update on measures that are still being

    developed. No targets have been

    established although there are some

    measures that are part of the

    postsecondary accountability framework

    for which system targets already exist.

    Trend and comparable data are presented if

    available. KPU’s performance is compared

    to the other teaching lead universities

    (referred to as TLU throughout the

    document) in British Columbia. This

    includes: Capilano, Vancouver Island,

    Fraser Valley, and Thompson Rivers.

    The KPU and TLU data are a role up of:

    certificate, diploma, associate degree,

    baccalaureate and trades

    students/programs data. Developmental

    data are not included, because the

    comparable data were not readily available.

    A reporting system to track activity that

    advances the goals in Vision 2018 is

    currently being sourced. It is anticipate that

    implementation will begin this year. The

    reporting system will allow all units in KPU

    to report their priorities and actions in a

    single information repository, cultivating a

    culture of planning, evaluation and

    accountability and facilitating reporting.

    Plans are being developed in both academic

    and service units that align with Vision

    2018.

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    GOALS

    Learner engagement and retention at

    KPU show continuous improvement.

    Includes measures of: III. Retention

    IV. Learner Engagement

    All KPU graduates are prepared for

    global citizenship and rewarding

    careers.

    Includes measures of:

    I. Post-Study Employment and Further

    Study

    II. Measures of Citizenship and

    Internationalization

    KPU is a well-managed, integrated, and

    transparent organization that supports

    learning.

    Includes measures of: V. Continuous Quality Improvement

    VI. Efficiency

    VII. Effectiveness

    VIII. Sustainability

    IX. Financial Health

    X. Employee Engagement

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    I. Measures of Post-study Employment and

    Further Study

    Proportion of graduates who are employed*

    Performance in 2012

    Performance over three years

    KPU’s three year average = 75%

    TLU’s three year average = 81%

    Proportion of graduates employed in a

    related field of study*

    Performance in 2012

    Performance over three years

    KPU’s three year average = 61%

    TLU’s three year average = 71%

    82%

    77%

    TLU 2012 KPU 2012

    75%

    75%

    77%

    KPU 2010 KPU 2011 KPU 2012

    72%

    63%

    TLU 2012 KPU 2012

    60% 61%

    63%

    KPU 2010 KPU 2011 KPU 2012

    All KPU graduates are prepared for

    global citizenship and rewarding

    careers.

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    Usefulness of knowledge and skills in performing

    job (obtained in program of study)*

    Performance in 2012

    Performance over three years

    KPU’s three year average = 73%

    TLU’s three year average = 82%

    Proportion of graduates pursuing further studies*

    Performance in 2012

    Performance over three years

    KPU’s three year average = 54%

    TLU’s three year average = 47%

    II. Measures of Citizenship and

    Internationalization

    Developed ability to work effectively with others

    Performance in 2012

    Performance over three years

    KPU’s three year average = 80%

    TLU’s three year average = 85%

    82%

    76%

    Very Useful/Useful Very Useful/Useful

    TLU 2012 KPU 2012

    70%

    74%

    81%

    KPU 2010 KPU 2011 KPU 2012

    47%

    53%

    TLU 2012 KPU 2012

    56%

    52%

    53%

    KPU 2010 KPU 2011 KPU 2012

    85% 83%

    Very Well/Well Very Well/Well

    TLU 2012 KPU 2012

    81%

    79%

    83%

    KPU 2010 KPU 2011 KPU 2012

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    7% 7%

    9%

    AY 2010/11 AY 2011/12 AY 2012/13

    How well program provided opportunities for developing

    ability to analyze and think critically*

    Performance in 2012

    Performance over three years

    KPU’s three year average = 82%

    TLU’s three year average = 86%

    Exposure to culturally diverse viewpoints during

    educational experience at KPU i

    % International student at KPU ii

    # Students taking part in formal exchanges or

    international learning opportunities

    % Students completing Global Competency Certificate

    A Global Competency Certification is being developed at KPU.

    An advisory committee has been created and is working

    through the fall 2013 to develop the framework and the

    implementation strategy. The scheduled launch is fall 2014.

    Frequency that learning is connected to

    societal problems or issues

    National Survey of Student Engagement is being conducted in

    2014. Results will be available in late summer 2014.

    83% 81%

    Very Well/Well Very Well/Well

    TLU 2012 KPU 2012

    82%

    81% 81%

    KPU 2010 KPU 2011 KPU 2012

    76% 69%

    Strongly Agree/Agree

    Strongly Agree/Agree

    Strongly Agree/Agree

    2009 2011 2013

    60

    99 104

    53

    71 72

    2011 2012 2013 2011 2012 2013

    Inbound Students Outbound Students

    23 18

    27

    2011 2012 2013

    Field Schools

    2013 data

    will be

    collected

    this fall.

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    III. Measures of Retention

    Retention rates for open and selective entry

    baccalaureate programs

    Retention rates for open and selective entry

    Non-baccalaureate programs

    Retention – new students first to second semester.

    Retention rates for trades and

    developmental programs

    Retention of first semester students to

    the following academic year

     90% of baccalaureate students in a limited-entry

    program are retained the following year.

     72% of baccalaureate students in an open access

    program are retained the following year.

     65% of non-baccalaureate students in a limited-

    entry program are retained the following year.

     62% of non-baccalaureate students in an open

    access program are retained the following year.

     68% of trades student are retained in the following

    year.

     40% of developmental student are retained in the

    following year.

    IV. Measures of Learner Engagement

    National Survey of Student Engagement is being conducted in

    2014. Results will be available in late summer 2014.

    90% 83% 81% 79%

    72%

    55% 46% 45%

    1 yr. 2 yrs. 3 yrs. 4 yrs.

    Limited Entry Baccalaureate Programs Open Access Baccalaureate Programs

    65% 72% 70%

    62%

    44% 35%

    1 yr. 2 yrs. 3 yrs.

    Limited Entry Non-Baccalaureate Programs

    Open Access Non-Baccalaureate Programs

    68% 76%

    81%

    40%

    25% 23% 24%

    Trades Programs Developmental Programs

    Learner engagement and

    retention at KPU show

    continuous improvement.

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    V. Measures of Continuous Quality

    Improvement

    Successful implementation (report on action and

    measurable change) of plans identified in VISION 2018

     Academic Plan – Consultation sessions are being

    held to in late Septembers to early October to obtain

    input on the draft Academic Plan. The plan is

    scheduled to go to Senate for endorsement in

    December/ January.

    The Academic Plan defines KPU’s polytechnic

    university character, describes the role of faculty and

    staff in shaping the academic endeavour, and

    highlights distinctive elements of campus identities

    that are shaping KPU’s community engagement

    strategies.

     Teaching and Learning Plan (including the role of

    instructional technologies) - The Vice Provost

    Teaching and Learning has begun to develop the

    Institute for Innovation and Scholarship in Teaching

    and Learning.

     Research and Scholarship Plan - Consultations, in

    the form of publicly posted questions on the future of

    Research and Scholarship at KPU, will be held in early

    October through mid-November. Select questions will

    also be sent to community partners and industry. The

    Associate Vice President Research will convene a

    panel with representation from Deans, seni