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reFOCUS: Faculty/Staff Sessions August 13, 2010 Real World Impact We always thank God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, when we pray for you, because.

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2 reFOCUS: Faculty/Staff Sessions August 13, 2010

3 Real World Impact We always thank God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, when we pray for you, because we have heard of your faith in Christ Jesus and of the love you have for all the saintsthe faith and love that spring from the hope that is stored up for you in heaven and that you have already heard about in the word of truth, the gospel that has come to you. All over the world this gospel is bearing fruit and growing, just as it has been doing among you since the day you heard it and understood God's grace in all its truth. Colossians 1:3-6

4 Real World Impact For God did not give us a spirit of timidity, but a spirit of power, of love and of self-discipline. So do not be ashamed to testify about our Lord... 2 Timothy 1:7-9

5 DeMaurice Smith NFL Players Association Will Schenck Fairchild Fashion Group Rolling Stone, Mens Journal (prev.) Mac McQuiston CEO Forum Michael Franzese Mafia Boss Colombo crime family

6 September 15 and October 19–20, 2010

7 October 10, 2010 An Evening with C.S. Lewis

8 November 9, 2010

9 Denver and Mile High Orchestra December 10, 2010

10 Our Mission Statement Cedarville University is a Christ-centered learning community equipping students for lifelong leadership and service through an education marked by excellence and grounded in biblical truth.

11 Our Vision Cedarville University will be one of the most influential Christ-centered universities in the 21st century the model for biblical integration, liberal arts education, professional preparation, technological innovation, and cultural engagement. Our graduates will be known for their faithfulness to the authority of Scripture and the use of their influence to change the world for Christ.

12 Portrait Statements 1.Glorify God The Cedarville graduate exemplifies devotion to the triune God, Christ- like character, and faithfulness to the teachings of the Scriptures.

13 Portrait Statements 2.Think Broadly and Deeply The Cedarville graduate evaluates ideas, practices, and theories across disciplines within the framework of God's revelation.

14 Portrait Statements 3.Communicate Effectively The Cedarville graduate listens well, and produces and delivers clear, compelling, accurate and truthful messages in a relevant, respectful manner.

15 Portrait Statements 4.Develop Academically and Professionally The Cedarville graduate demonstrates competence and integrity in academic and professional endeavors.

16 Portrait Statements 5.Engage for Christ The Cedarville graduate lives to further the mission of Christ in the world as an active influence in spiritual, moral, professional, and social spheres.

17 REAL WORLD IMPACT... that their hearts may be encouraged, being knit together in love, to reach all the riches of full assurance of understanding and the knowledge of Gods mystery, which is Christ, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. Colossians 2:2-3

18 Major Challenges Facing Higher Education Enrollment Demographic Changes Affordability Increased Regulation and Oversight Shifting College Choice Priorities Competition

19 Major Challenges Facing Higher Education Enrollment Demographic Changes

20 The number of high school graduates increased steadily during the past decade, peaking at 3.33 million in 2008–09.The number of high school graduates increased steadily during the past decade, peaking at 3.33 million in 2008–09. The numbers are now declining and will continue to decline through 2014–15.The numbers are now declining and will continue to decline through 2014–15. It will be 2017–18 before we return close to current numbers.It will be 2017–18 before we return close to current numbers. Nationally Demographic Changes

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22 Demographics changes will vary widely by state and region, and some states are experiencing substantial declines in high school graduates.Demographics changes will vary widely by state and region, and some states are experiencing substantial declines in high school graduates. Declines will be most significant in the northeast and Midwest Cedarvilles traditional feeder regions.Declines will be most significant in the northeast and Midwest Cedarvilles traditional feeder regions. Demographic Changes

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25 The faces of future high school students will be increasingly diverse.The faces of future high school students will be increasingly diverse. Future growth in high school students will be driven by minority students primarily Hispanic students.Future growth in high school students will be driven by minority students primarily Hispanic students. The numbers of white, non-Hispanic high school graduates will not rebound in the next decade.The numbers of white, non-Hispanic high school graduates will not rebound in the next decade. –White, non-Hispanic students accounted for 93.2 percent of Cedarvilles enrollment in fall 2009.

26 Demographic Changes

27 Major Challenges Facing Higher Education Enrollment Affordability

28 Affordability Bursting the Higher Ed Bubble A number of articles have appeared throughout the spring and summer speculating that higher education may be the next economic bubble to burst.

29 Affordability Bursting the Higher Ed Bubble Over the past quarter century, the cost of higher education has risen at a rate four times faster than inflation twice as fast as the cost of health care.Over the past quarter century, the cost of higher education has risen at a rate four times faster than inflation twice as fast as the cost of health care. The market crash of 2008 inflicted terrible damage on college endowments.The market crash of 2008 inflicted terrible damage on college endowments.

30 Affordability Economic conditionsEconomic conditions –9.5 percent unemployment –Declining endowment earnings Credit crunchCredit crunch –Families are increasingly unable or unwilling to borrow for college. State funding for higher education is declining across the country.State funding for higher education is declining across the country. –Between 2008–09 and 2009–10, student aid from Ohio decreased by more than 60 percent a loss of $700,000 in student aid. Families are expecting more help and shopping for the best deal.Families are expecting more help and shopping for the best deal.

31 Major Challenges Facing Higher Education Enrollment Increased Regulation and Oversight

32 Regulation and Oversight State and federal governments continue to increase regulation of higher education.State and federal governments continue to increase regulation of higher education. –Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 added regulations affecting nearly every division of the University: Financial aid Financial aid Cashiers Cashiers Registrar Registrar Campus safety Campus safety Computer services Computer services Business office Business office Public relations Public relations Student life Student life Bookstore Bookstore

33 Regulation and Oversight North Central and the Higher Learning Commission are exercising strong oversight.North Central and the Higher Learning Commission are exercising strong oversight. –Feeling pressure from federal government The Chronicle of Higher Education reported on August 4, 2010 that Senate Democrats are … largely blaming accreditors … for abuses.The Chronicle of Higher Education reported on August 4, 2010 that Senate Democrats are … largely blaming accreditors … for abuses. –Raising the bar for the approval of new programs Our proposed M.S.N. program has faced delays as a result of new HLC requirements.Our proposed M.S.N. program has faced delays as a result of new HLC requirements.

34 Major Challenges Facing Higher Education Enrollment Shifting College Choice Priorities

35 Shifting Priorities CCCU market research reports changes in prospective student priorities.CCCU market research reports changes in prospective student priorities. –Research conducted in 1986, 2000, and 2009 tracks the shift. Top college choice factors are tightening to focus even more heavily on academics.

36 Shifting Priorities The clear mandate from the 2009 CCCU market research is the need to articulate and document excellence in these four areas: Quality of the academic program or major in which a student is interestedQuality of the academic program or major in which a student is interested Preparation for future careersPreparation for future careers Faculty who are excellent teachersFaculty who are excellent teachers Faculty who are well qualified in their fields of studyFaculty who are well qualified in their fields of study

37 Major Challenges Facing Higher Education Enrollment Increasing Competition

38 Competition Community CollegesCommunity Colleges –Fastest growing segment of higher education –Lowest price –Close to home For-Profit CollegesFor-Profit Colleges –Growing segment –Among all college students, 10 percent are enrolled in a for-profit school. –University of Phoenix is the largest accredited university in the world. –Extremely aggressive marketing Online EducationOnline Education –Convenient

39 So... How are we doing?

40 New Enrollment Initiatives Financial Aid Leveraging

41 Deposit Report 2008 New Freshmen777 New Transfers 84 Re-admits/ Non-degree 43 Cedarville Academy na Total Paid904 Deposit Waiver 17 Total Deposits 921

42 Deposit Report 20082009 New Freshmen777 727 New Transfers 84 98 Re-admits/ Non-degree 43 29 Cedarville Academy n/a 66 Total Paid904 920 Deposit Waiver 17 27 Total Deposits 921 947

43 Deposit Report 200820092010 New Freshmen777 727 871 New Transfers 84 98 106 Re-admits/ Non-degree 43 29 26 Cedarville Academy n/a 66 48 Total Paid904 9201051 Deposit Waiver 17 27 16 Total Deposits 921 947 1067

44 Did it work? Goal Quality Group #1318 Quality Group #2173 Quality Group #3166 Quality Group #4134 Quality Group #565 TOTAL New FR856

45 Did it work? New Freshmen (Deposits) GoalActual % of Goal Quality Group #1318362114% Quality Group #2173188109% Quality Group #316615593% Quality Group #413412291% Quality Group #5654468% TOTAL New Freshmen 856871102%

46 Did it work? Net Tuition Revenue (NTR) Goal Quality Group #1$4,449,183 Quality Group #2$2,783,207 Quality Group #3$3,271,602 Quality Group #4$2,816,805 Quality Group #5$1,102,735 TOTAL NTR$14,423,532

47 Did it work? Net Tuition Revenue GoalActual % of Goal Quality Group #1 $4,449,183$4,815,639108% Quality Group #2 $2,783,207$2,919,080105% Quality Group #3 $3,271,602$2,944,92190% Quality Group #4 $2,816,805$2,569,12191% Quality Group #5 $1,102,735$755,25068% TOTAL NTR$14,423,532$14,004,01197%

48 Advancement Raising Funds and Friends

49 Advancing Cedarville 2008–09 Cedarville Fund$875,284.66 Capital Projects$2,369,943.45 Other Funds$2,030,112.85 TOTAL$5,275,340.96

50 Advancing Cedarville 2008–092009–10 Cedarville Fund$875,284.66$958,532.73 Capital Projects$2,369,943.45$3,375,245.39 Other Funds$2,030,112.85$1,857,757.93 TOTAL$5,275,340.96$6,191,536.05

51 Challenges Finances and budgetingFinances and budgeting Retention of current studentsRetention of current students Broadening array of educational opportunitiesBroadening array of educational opportunities

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