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Student Affairs

Annual Report

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2011-2012 highlights

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Mission, Philosophy and Core Values a high quality of campus life

support for academic achievement

opportunities for leadership development

opportunities for social, cultural, and ethical development

support for wellness

opportunities for career planning

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The Division of Student Affairs at The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College is pleased to present the synopsis of the annual reports for 2011-2012. During the past year, we have had many opportunities to enhance and enrich the college experience for our students. This report highlights some of the more notable achievements of each department within the Division.

The Division on Student Affairs is committed to the concept that the students are the most important of our priorities. We focus our programs and services on the success of our students. Our vision, mission, core values and goals reflect this view of our work.

Core Values

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Executive Summary

The Division of Student Affairs seeks to provide services and activities that are consistent with the mission, educational purposes, location, and student characteristics of The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College. These programs, services and activities enhance student learning and personal development. They are designed to attract and retain students by offering:

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Mission

The Division of Student Affairs recognizes the importance of students having a support structure in order to be successful both academically and within the college social setting. We believe our departments that serve the students are vital to their educational success. Our focus is on maximizing the overall student experience, in and out of the classroom.

As Student Affairs staff members, we value:

Thank you for taking the time to review our accomplishments. Please visit. utb.edu/saannualreports for all of the department annual reports.

commitment to the pursuit of teaching and learning as the central activity of the university

the engagement of students as partners in shaping and participating in the life of the campus community

a campus community that recognizes and rewards individual achievements and successes as well as collaborations and partnerships within and outside the community.

outcomes of the students’ collegiate experience that include the ability to be accountable for one’s behavior, a sense of personal integrity, lifelong habits of civic and social responsibility and the ability to behave in a way that is consistent with ethical standards

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Sincerely,

ACHIEVE

Dr. Hilda Silva, Ed.D. Vice President for Student Affairs

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T NNEC O C ... ts n e d Stu s lp e H s Student Affair rk “Through Career Services I am able to wo o on campus and help students. I was als and given the opportunity to help coordinate nected organize the job fair events, where I con with a variety of potential employers.” – Sara Alcorta Nursing Graduate in 2016

• to real world experiences

• to academic assistance

• to students

• to careers

177 recruiters participated in several career fairs with 2,397 students connected in

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FY 2011-2012.

60% increase in Greek student organizations from 3 to 5 in one year, with the new implementation of the first Greek Council to provide guidance and governance.

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1,850 individual students received individual assistance from career services. 1,731 students connected to campus life through events like Life thru Lens, Leadership Lecture Series, Food for Thoughts, and Earth Day.

500+ volunteers participated in the University Scholars’ 2nd Annual Martin Luther King Day of Service, with 20 projects hosted. 85 Student Life campus activities connected students. 74% of 2011-2012 STING students agree that the peer mentoring connection helped them

to succeed in college.

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p lo ve e d ... ts n e d Stu s lp e H s ir Student Affa e you must be th ip h rs e d a le p “To develo guide others to to d n a n o ti c a e s first to tak Health Service d n a K E R e h T . good health .” sources for me re t a re g n e e b have – Efren Pulido ce Major Exercise Scien 16 Graduate in 20

• academic skills

• leadership

• personal goals

• into a well rounded student

102 students employed through Campus Recreation in 2011-2012, making it the largest

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employer of UTB and TSC campus.

2,333 students through campus-wide activities and 1,109 students through

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classroom education reached by seven Peer Educators trained by Student Health Services on prevention of sexually transmitted and HIV protection.

76% of students in 2011-2012 acknowledged a better understanding of UTB and TSC

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Campus environment due to their involvement in the STING program.

742 sessions were favorably conducted by career counselors, as one survey participant

shares, “I found that the Career Counselor was genuinely interested in helping me decide about my career options.”

80% of students employed reported in the 2011 Student Employment Survey that job-

related experience has developed their ability to work as a team.

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ve ie h ac ... ts n e d Stu s lp e H s ir fa Af t n e d Stu • academic success

• career placement

• a timely graduation in 4-5 years

13.46 average attempted hours by Student Service Cohorts and 92% completion 3.03 cumulative GPA achieved by Student Services Cohorts in 2012 fall semester. 3.52 cumulative GPA achieved by University Scholars Cohort, highest among Student

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hieve success c a e m d e lp e h s has e opportunity “Student Affair th e m g in iv g y ence b and gain experi of study. In ld e fi y m to d te la to work a job re t skills that I n e m e g a n a m me addition, the ti te in 3 years.” a u d ra g e m d e help erta acquired have –Alexandra Hu n Communicatio d n a g n ti e rk a M 13 Graduate in 20

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rate in 2012 fall semester.

Services Cohorts.

3.06 cumulative GPA for Student Affairs part-time staff and 92% cumulative

completion rate in 2012 fall semester.

2.90 cumulative GPA for all Student Affairs cohorts, Student Staff, and Student Engagement in 2012 fall semester and a 91% completion rate. 99% completion rate for GTF Scholars and University Scholars in 2012 fall semester. 3.27 cumulative GPA for Student Employment Initiative students (SEI) and 15.01 average hours completed in 2012 fall semester.

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student affairs by numbers

Athletics by the numbers ATHLETICS BY THE NUMBERS: 2011-2012 ACADEMIC YEAR UTB/TSC ATHLETICS POPULATION

ATHLETE COUNT BY SPORT MEN’S GOLF

32%

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VOLLEYBALL

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FEMALES

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WOMEN’S SOCCER

ATHLETES

68%

WOMEN’S GOLF

7 5

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40

ATHLETES

BASEBALL

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MALES

MEN’S SOCCER

PROGRAMS OF STUDY

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EDUCATION

DIFFERENT MAJORS

ATHLETES

ATHLETES

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BUSINESS

KINESIOLOGY EXERCISE SCIENCE TEACHING

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ATHLETES

LIBERAL ARTS

MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL MARKETING

CONTINUED IN OUR GRADUATE PROGRAMS

SPRING 2012 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - 380 FURTHER ANALYSIS OF THE 380:

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NON-ATHLETES

84 STUDENTS FROM OTHER COUNTRIES

in the State Collegiate Championships

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17 Awards earned by

The Collegian From Texas Intercollegiate Press Association

51 University Scholars

26 pursuing graduate studies, 13 entering the workforce

84% of Talent Search students receive good standing on BISD report cards.

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CANADA ENGLAND BRAZIL GERMANY SWEDEN JAMAICA PORTUGAL SERBIA CHILE DOMINICAN REP. FRANCE GAMBIA IRELAND SPAIN WEST AFRICA

13 10 8 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

TOTAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED TOTAL INCOME GENERATED IMPACT

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ATHLETES

ACADEMICS

2.74

BY SPORT WOMEN’S SOCCER VOLLEYBALL WOMEN’S GOLF MEN’S SOCCER MEN’S GOLF BASEBALL

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ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY

*NOT ALL MAJORS HAVE BEEN LISTED

73 %

AVERAGE GPA 3.09 3.06 2.97 2.67 2.60 2.54

FALL 2011 TO SPRING 2012 RETENTION

86 %

GOOD ACADEMIC STANDING

NON-ATHLETES

FALL TO FALL RETENTION

296 STUDENTS FROM MEXICO

BY SPORT ( 5) WOMEN’S GOLF 100% Retained ( 7) MEN’S GOLF 86% Retained & (12)VOLLEYBALL 75% Retained & (18)WOMEN’S SOCCER 67% Retained & (28)MEN’S SOCCER 48% Retained & (40)BASEBALL 35% Retained &

14% Graduated 17% Graduated 11% Graduated 14% Graduated 8% Graduated

CLASSIFICATION

FISCAL IMPACT ATHLETICS

1st Place Chess Champions

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COUNTRIES REPRESENTED BY ATHLETES

ATHLETES

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ATHLETES

SCIENCE

COMMUNICATION HISTORY ARTS

FALL 2011

SPRING 2012

SUMMER 2012

TOTAL

$263,722

$270,558

$16,646

$463,795

$469,946

$421,553

$32,524

$736,465

$206,224

$150,995

$15,878

$272,671

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SENIORS

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JUNIORS

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SOPHOMORES

2011-2012 SPORT TITLES

VOLLEYBALL: RED RIVER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPION, NAIA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS WOMEN’S SOCCER: RED RIVER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPION, NAIA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT QUALIFIER MEN’S SOCCER: NAIA NATIONAL QUALIFIER, 2ND IN THE RED RIVER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE WOMEN’S GOLF: ALAINEY MURO, 2ND AT THE NAIA UNAFFILIATED TOURNAMENT

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FRESHMEN

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Student Affairs Directors Todd Lowery, M.Ed. Director, Athletics and head Volleyball Coach utbathletics.com 956-882-8919 todd.lowery@utb.edu

Director, Student Success utb.edu/studentsuccess 956-882-8212 beatriz.becerra@utb.edu Azenett Cornejo, B.J. Director, Student Publications utbcollegian.com 956-882-5142 azenett.cornejo@utb.edu

Arturo Olague, M.A. Director of Campus Recreation utb.edu/campusrec 956-882-5968 arturo.olague@utb.edu

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Dean of Students utb.edu/deanofstudents 956-882-5141

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Sergio Martinez, M.B.A. Director, Student Life utb.edu/studentlife 956-882-7152 sergio.martinez3@utb.edu

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Dr. Eugenia Curet, Ph.D. Director, Student Health Services utb.edu/studenthealth 956-882-7283 eugenia.curet@utb.edu

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Douglas Stoves, M.Ed. Director, Residential Life utb.edu/housing 956-882-7196 douglas.stoves@utb.edu

Dr. Beatriz Becerra-Barckholtz, Ph.D.

The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College

Division of Student Affairs

80 Fort Brown • Student Services Center • Brownsville, Texas 78520 956-882-5134 • utb.edu/studentaffairs

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The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award certificate, associate, baccalaureate, masters, and doctorate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-6794500 for questions about the accreditation of The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College.

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