Community College Transforms Student Outcomes
In 2016, Arkansas proposed a Higher Education Productivity Funding Model that would tie levels of higher education funding to student outcomes, not just enrollment numbers. As a two-year community college, Arkansas State University-Newport (ASU-Newport) saw this pending model as an opportunity to reassess its strategy, systems and processes.
Download the case study to learn how ASU-Newport:
- Received a 12.2% increase in state funding under the new productivity model, the highest percentage increase of any two-year college in the state
- Increased credentials awarded by 41%
- Grew student population 30% over five years