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At the 2015 CCG Forum, campus representatives asked the USG CCG staff to help facilitate regional conversations around college completion strategies and activities. A component of these conversations was hoped to be greater collaboration across institutions as well as deeper involvement of faculty in the work of college completion.  In response, Complete College Georgia is hosting four regional gatherings in the spring of 2016 to begin the conversation and help foster collaboration. 


2015 Complete College Georgia Forum

October 2015
Historic Academy of Medicine at Georgia Tech

This all-day event will showcase innovative Complete College Georgia (CCG) projects, and provide a forum for information sharing and development of partnerships and synergistic efforts among USG institutions to achieve CCG goals. The Forum is by invitation only, and limited to two participants per USG institution. We are asking the Vice President of Academic Affairs for each institution to attend, in addition to each institution's lead point of contact for Complete College Georgia activities. A draft agenda is available here. An overview of key takeaways and next steps is available here.


Presidents' Summit 2015

May 2015
Historic Academy of Medicine at Georgia Tech

This year’s Summit will focus on steps institutions can take to use the power of analytics to align campus resources to maximize students’ opportunities for success. Representatives from institutions across the state will share their insights on how they put the power of data to work to meet new pressures, overcome limited resources, and uncover hidden opportunities for improvement in managing and aligning academic, instructional, and institutional resources and facilities. Follow these links for an agenda and materials from the summit.


Enrollment Management Symposium

November 2014
Georgia International Convention Center

The 2014 Enrollment Management Symposium, a day-long symposium, was designed to showcase Georgia institutions strategies and programs aimed at increasing enrollment, retention, and completion. The morning portion of the symposium featured a keynote address by Dr. Angela Bell, USG Senior Executive Director for Research, Policy, and Analysis, and Mr. Mathew Hauer, Public Service Associate for the University of Georgia’s Carl Vinson Institute of Government. This address was followed by concurrent breakout sessions with System office and campus experts leading discussions focused on identifying challenges and opportunities associated with the deployment of innovative practices in enrollment, retention, and completion


Presidents' Summit

June 2014
Historic Academy of Medicine at Georgia Tech

This joint gathering of presidents from the University System of Georgia and the Technical System of Georgia reflected upon the progress Georgia has made thus far in implementing tested strategies to improve student success in post-secondary education.


Predictive Analytics Symposium

February 2014
Georgia State University

As part of CCG focus on providing targeted technical support to campuses in key completion areas, the University System of Georgia and Georgia State University (GSU) presented a Completion Symposia on using predictive analytics to enhance student success.  This practical workshop focused on how GSU has changed work flow and organizational culture as well as use of technological tools to drive significant success.  


New Learning Models Summit

November 2013
Georgia Institute of Technology

A forum to gather and share information about the manner in which the USG will engage with MOOCs. This forum explored faculty compensation models as well as how MOOCs can compliment eCore. Videos from the conference are available here.


Summit 2013

February 2013
University of Georgia Conference Center & Hotel

For two days in Athens, nearly 400 leaders gathered from University System and Technical College System institutions, the Governor’s Office, state and local K-12, and key industry and community groups. National partners set the stage on the role of education in attracting and growing economic opportunities. Economic needs were deconstructed beyond jobs to show the skills and adaptability required of a relevant workforce. Participants encountered data and ideas that show the true potential of the state lies intrinsically with pursuing the potential of all individuals


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