DSA Assessment shares various stats and infographics to shine a light on the good work happening across the division, these metrics will be shared from card swipe and engagement data, department annual report submissions, and other data sources.
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2022 Stat Snapshot
The Career Center has made a concerted effort to revamp its website, with a primary emphasis on incorporating compelling digital content geared toward both students and employers. This initiative encompassed the integration of Candid Career video content, the creation of dedicated "Meet-the-Career Coach" pages tailored to each college, and the inclusion of résumé examples specific to individual colleges. The project also included a redesign of the employer landing page. The year-end results were remarkable, with the website attracting over 150,000 unique users and accumulating an impressive total of 607,458 page views
Number of unique users visited
Total of page views this year
The Center for Student Affairs at Discovery Park tailors its services to the students it serves. Data shows that Discovery Park students take most, if not all, of their classes on the Discovery Park campus. 2,004 students have recorded engagements with the Student Affairs office. The students are older than those at UNT’s main campus with a mean age of 23. 82% are seniors (29%) or post-graduate students (masters 43%, doctoral 10%).
- 2,004 students have recorded engagements with the office this semester
- They are older than our main campus students:
- They have mean age of 23 and 82% are seniors (29%)
- Post-Graduate students (masters 43%, doctoral 10%)
Counseling and Testing Services provides much-needed programs and services for our students, providing over 10,000 personal appointments. CTS also provided 36 workshops and special events last year, giving nearly 1,500 students access to no-appointment-needed mental health programming.
- 10,000 personal appointments
- 1,500 students served without appointments
- 36 workshops and special events
The Division of Student Affairs has over 550 full-time staff members made up of fivegenerations.
- 1% Silent Generation
- 16% Baby Boomers
- 30% Generation X
- 37% Millennial
- 16% Generation Z
Eagle Access Card Swipe gets more robust year after year. We’ve recorded 135,299 swipes so far this school year across 36 departments and programs, exceeding last year’s pace both in total swipes and active accounts. Of those, the Division makes up just over half of the active accounts at 55%, with 20 DSA departments and projects in the system. DSA represent 85% of the swipes in the system with 115,678 swipes so far this school year. If you would like to use card swipe with your team, email the assessment team to get started.
The First-Generation Success Center provides UNT first-generation students with a variety of resources to support their success across all UNT campuses. Through a variety of programs ranging from late night study breaks, interview and résumé workshops, 1:1 appointments and more, the FGSC served 4,430 students at the Denton main campus, Discovery Park, Frisco and Health Science Center this school year.
Total Students Served
The Career Center’s First Year Career Readiness Seminar Course is already having a big impact on students.
Students report a 33 percentage point growth in their understanding of how to build a professional network
Students report a 47 percentage point growth in how to access career coaching, and this is just the first year
UNT student continue to engage with the university online, more than ever.
Last school year 70% of our student body took at least some classes online, 16% took at least nine hours online, and 6% took at least 12 hours.
With rising enrollment trends, more online programs and course offerings each year, and new positions dedicated to engaging online students, UNT’s college experience is ever evolving.
Project CEO is a national study to determine how students believe they are gaining marketable skills. When asked what experiences have contributed most to their career development, students reported their top experiences as being (student could select multiple options, thus the total exceeds 100%): 54% co-curricular, 33% internships/practical experiences, and 30% on-campus job.
Shout out to University Program Council for making sure there are always great programs and events going on around campus. For the entire school year (fall ‘22, spring ‘23, summer ‘23), UPC engaged with 8,390 students, with 26,321 total card swipes, across 157 programs.
Students Participated in UPC Events
With more than 450 student organizations on campus, the Student Activities Center is a great place to help students get involved and apply their skills.
Student organization leaders recently participated in Project CEO, a national study that investigates how students believe they are gaining marketable skills identified by the National Association of Colleges and Employers. Ninety-three percent of UNT students reported that co-curricular opportunities led to skills growth, that’s 14% higher than the national average.
The Federal TRIO Programs (TRIO) are Federal outreach and student services programs designed to identify and provide services for individuals. Through programs like Upward Bound and Talent Search, TRIO helps pre-college students choose their higher-ed path and work through the process to get where they are going.
Student Support Services is here on campus to serve those students that chose to come to UNT. Student Support Services set a goal that 87% of these SSS students would be retained, and they exceeded their goal by 10% with 97.29%.
This year they served 3,952 individual students across 13,077 total trips to the pantry.
Served Individual Students
The University Program Council (UPC) is UNT's student-run programming board devoted to planning and implementing events for students that are educational, social, cultural and entertaining.
Last fall, UPC has engaged with 5,891 individual students through 15,105 programmatic touchpoints.
Cheers to UPC for always making sure there are engaging events for our students.
We Mean Green Fund provides funding and opportunities for students, faculty and staff to help make our campus greener. Nearly 2,000 volunteer hours were logged in service of North Texas environmental efforts. Last year, We Mean Green Fund saw a 44% increase in students who earned an environmental volunteerism graduation cord.
|Total hours logged by Volunteer are nearly||2,000|