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Oregon Tech Wilsonville A New University for the South Metro Area Hands-on education for real-world achievement. Wilsonville Rotary Club June 28, 2012 Christopher G. Maples, President
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. Order of Presentation 2 The OUS into the Future Achieving 40-40-20 in Oregon Oregon Tech At A Glance A Few Oregon Tech Recognitions & Kudos Wilsonville: The Future for Oregon Tech & Higher Education in Oregon High Tech Meets Higher Ed Questions? Comments?
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 3 The OUS into the Future 40-40-20 40% of Oregonians with at least a bachelors degree 40% of Oregonians with an associates degree or certificate 20% of Oregonians with at least a high-school diploma or GED Growth is the keyboth short term and long term! Education in Oregon will be guided by 40- 40-20, which is a numbers-driven metric!
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 4 One University, Two Main Campuses Focus on Re-balancing Student Mixes Larger % of non-Oregon students Larger % of non-rural students Enhanced transferability, dual enrollment, & student life Sustain Regional, State, & National Mission Enhance Regional, State, & National Reputation Establish More of an International Presence Options for Enhanced Faculty/Staff Applied Research Both Wilsonville & Klamath Falls Needed for Success! Financial Stability & Achieving 40-40-20
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 5 Seattle Klamath Falls Portland (4 PDX locations) La Grande Salem Oregon Tech at a Glance: Campus Sites
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 6 Oregon Tech at a Glance: Campus Sites Enrollment (Fall 2011): 3912 Largest Programs: Renewable Energy Engineering (REE); Klamath Falls, PDX Medical Imaging Technology (MIT); Klamath Falls Resident Undergrad Student Budget: ~$18,562/year Resident Tuition & Fees (12 Credit Hours): ~$7,062 Room & Board: ~$8,400 (residence hall) Books, Supplies, & Other: ~$3,100 WUE Tuition & Fees: ~$9,180 Non-Resident Tuition & Fees: ~$19,476 Graduate Success Rate: 90% Average Starting Salary: ~$56,000/year
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 7 Ranked #8 college in the Western US in 2011-2012 USNews Ranked #3 public college in the Western US Ranked among the top 60 engineering programs (bachelors & masters institutions) in US in 2010-2011 USNews Tied with Cal State Sacramento, Cal State Fullerton, Northern Illinois, Wisconsin Platteville, among others Ranked 3 rd in Oregon in ROI by Bloomberg Businessweek College ROI report In the western US, Oregon Tech is ranked ahead of all colleges & universities in AK, AZ, HI, ID, KS, MT, ND, NM, NV, & WY Highest starting salaries in Oregon Oregon Tech: Recognition & Kudos
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 8 Oregon Tech: Recognition & Kudos Noted in Forbes Magazine as one of the top 650 (top 20%) of all colleges and universities in the nation STARS Bronze Rating for Sustainability Military Friendly School® for 2013 in G.I. Jobs Magazine Top BSREE and only ABET-accredited BSREE in the US
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 9 Proximity to Transfer Students Oregon Tech has become primarily a transfer university, which means that Oregon Tech is a workforce-development university Source: OCCURS (Oregon Community College Unified Reporting System) 1/23/2012 X Mileage to Wilsonville 27 28 18 34 22
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 10 What is Coming to Wilsonville in 2012? *Clinical Laboratory Science [BS] Electronics Engineering Technology [BS] Embedded Systems Engineering Technology [BS] Information Technology [BS] Options: Health Informatics; Applications Development; Business/Systems Analysis Manufacturing Engineering Technology [BS & MS] Mechanical Engineering Technology [BS] Operations Management [BS] *Paramedic Education Program [AAS] Renewable Energy Engineering [BS & MS] Software Engineering Technology [BS] Technology and Management [BAS] *Indicates Joint Degree Program with OHSU
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 11 Positive Change in Oregon Techs Communities Dental Hygiene Clinics Engineers Without Borders Solar HOPE Student Projects, Class Projects, Interns, Externs Staff & Faculty Expertise, Volunteerism, & Leadership At Least $50M/Year Direct Economic Impact Educational Opportunities & Workforce for Oregon
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 12 Faculty, Student, & Class Projects Oregon Tech faculty James Long, Hugh Currin, & James Zipay research and develop the electronics, software, and hardware that will enable Green Lite Motors electric vehicles existing electric motor and gas engine to work in combination off a single throttle to optimize efficiency and performance. Our team is excited to work with Oregon Tech to apply their control systems and hybrid drive experience. Tim Miller, President & CEO Green Lite Motors
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 13 Faculty, Student, & Class Projects Dr. C.J. Riley2012 American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) ExCEEd New Faculty Excellence in Teaching Freshmen in Dr. Rileys Civil Engineering class design, fabricate, and construct passive-solar chicken coops
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 14 Proposed Purchase & Funding Purchase Date 2013 Purchase Price$21,500,000 Related Costs$ 8,500,000 T OTAL $30,000,000 Funding Sources Harmony + Other~$10,000,000 Lottery Bonds $20,000,000 T OTAL $30,000,000 <$230/ft 2 All Improvements FF(E) 500+ Parking 6+ Acres 2 Generators I-5 Visibility
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 15 Oregon Tech Wilsonville: Purchase & Occupation Timeline Purchase Date 2013 Sign LeaseJune 2010 Preliminary Design2010–2011 Final ConstructionJune 2011 Bonding ApprovalJuly 2011 Lease CommencesSept 2011 TI Construction BeginsDec 2011 TI Construction EndsMay 2012 Move-in BeginsMay 2012 Purchase BuildingApr 2013 Classes Begin: September 24, 2012
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 16 High Tech Meets Higher Ed: Oregon Techs 1 st Endowment Campaign in Our 65-Year History The overall campaign counts for participation when we submit funding requests for Wilsonville: $3M for Endowment Faculty Equipment Endowment Fund Natural Sciences Student-Award Endowment Fund Faculty, Staff, & Retirees Endowed Scholarship (~75K) Civil Engineering conversion of OTF account to endowed Endowed professorships Endowed chairs Additional student support (scholarships, projects, meetings, etc.)
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 17 Oregon Tech & Wilsonville Together
Hands-on education for real-world achievement. 18 Questions? Comments? Christopher G. Maples Oregon Institute of Technology 3201 Campus Drive Klamath Falls, OR 97601 27500 SW Parkway Ave. Wilsonville, OR 97070 firstname.lastname@example.org www.twitter.com/presidentmaples www.facebook.com/presidentmaples http://www.linkedin.com/pub/christopher-maples/4/634/157 541.273.8979 (Office; Klamath Falls) 775.741.1635 (Mobile)
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