Strategic Plan: Student Development
Goal 2: To enroll and retain motivated undergraduate and graduate students and provide moral, ethical and academic support to develop successful community and professional leaders
- The undergraduate enrollment will sustain a vibrant general education curriculum and pre-professional liberal-arts based degree programs.
- The annual new undergraduate population will increase to 300 freshmen and 440 transfer students for a total undergraduate enrollment of 1800 FTE.
- The median SAT/ACT score of incoming students will increase to the top quartile of comparable universities as reported in IPEDS.
- The graduate enrollment will sustain professional graduate programs meeting community needs for professionally prepared employees.
- Graduate enrollment will Increase to 750 FTE.
- The student population will be reflective of the socio-economic and ethnic diversity of Texas.
- Wesleyan’s socio-economic and ethnic diversity will be at par with Texas as reported in the Census report.
- Undergraduate students will persist to graduation.
- The undergraduate six-year graduation rate will increase to the top quartile of comparable private universities as reported in the IPEDS report.
- Campus housing will provide the foundation for a vibrant student life.
- The population of students in on-campus housing will increase to 500.
- Students will indicate a seven-of-seven score on questions related to student life on the Noel Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory.
- The co-curriculum and extra-curricular activities will enhance academic learning by engaging and supporting the "whole" student.
- Resident student participation in extra-curricular social and service organizations and intramural sports will increase to 50 percent.
- Resident and non-resident student participation in co-curricular honorary societies, service learning, music and theater will increase to 60 percent.
- Students will indicate a seven-of-seven score on questions related to co-curricular and extra-curricular programs and activities on the Noel Levitz Survey of Student Engagement.