Presentation on theme: "Territorial University at Norman The first Oklahoma territorial legislature passed legislation creating three institutions of higher education in 1890."— Presentation transcript:
Territorial University at Norman The first Oklahoma territorial legislature passed legislation creating three institutions of higher education in 1890 in order to fulfill a requirement of the Organic Act of Congress establishing the territory. Congress required the Oklahoma territory to establish a liberal arts and professional education, agriculture and mechanical arts education and teacher training.
During the 1920s there were fifty- three different presidents presiding over eighteen public institutions, an average of one new president every three years. In the 1930s fifty more presidents rotated through the system. These changes not only affected personnel, but accreditation as well. In 1931, eleven Oklahoma colleges and universities were accredited by the north Central Association of Colleges and Schools, but in 1936 only 3 institutions were still accredited.
The first published study of the problem of coordination of higher education in Oklahoma was the doctoral dissertation of Dr. Henry G. Bennett in He recommended that a central coordinating board be established and a state system formed. Dr. Henry G. Bennett President, Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College,
University of Oklahoma Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College Oklahoma Normal School for Teachers - Edmond Colored Agricultural and Normal University Normal School for Teachers – Alva Normal School for Teachers at Weatherford Oklahoma University Preparatory at Tonkawa Industrial Institute College for Girls School of Mines and Metallurgy Connors State School of Agriculture Murray State School of Agriculture Cameron State School of Agriculture Haskell State School of Agriculture Connell State School of Agriculture Panhandle State School of Agriculture Northeastern Normal School at Tahlequah East Central Normal School at Ada Southeastern Normal School at Durant Eastern Oklahoma University Preparatory School at Claremore Miami School of Mines Altus Public District Junior College Bartlesville Public District Junior College Bristow Public District Junior College Capitol Hill Public District Junior College Duncan Public District Junior College El Reno Public District Junior College Kiowa County Public District Junior College Muskogee Public District Junior College Okmulgee Public District Junior College Poteau Public District Junior College Sapulpa Public District Junior College Seminole Public District Junior College Sayre Public District Junior College Tillman County Public District Junior College Wetumka Public District Junior College Woodward Public District Junior College Carnegie Public District Junior College Holdenville Public District Junior College Okemah Public District Junior College Shidler Public District Junior College
In 1939, Gov. Leon C. Red Phillips named members to a coordinating board. The board recommended that a constitutional board be established, and the 1941 Oklahoma Legislature proposed Article XIII-A of the Oklahoma Constitution.
According to the Oklahoma Constitution, Article XIII-A, all institutions of higher education shall be integral parts of a unified system to be known as the State System of Higher Education. The Oklahoma State System of Higher Education is the States legal structure for providing public education at the collegiate level. The State Regents is the Coordinating Board for the State System. Enrollment for 2013 – 186,067 Students. 7
25 Colleges and Universities 2 Research Universities 10 Regional Universities 1 Public Liberal Arts University 12 Community Colleges 11 Constituent Agencies 2 Higher Education Centers 8
Branch Campus Establishment
Established in 1941 by an amendment to the constitution, Article XIII-A. Consists of 9 members Appointed by the Governor Confirmed by the Senate Appointed to 9 year terms 10
1.Determine functions and courses of study. 2.Prescribe standards of education. 3.Grant degrees and other forms of academic recognition. 4.Recommend to State Legislature budget allocation. 5.Allocate funds appropriated by State Legislature. 6.Tuition setting authority. 7.Allocate revolving funds. 8.Determine student fees 9.Administer Student Scholarships. 10.OneNet. 11.Oklahoma College Assistance Program 12.Endowed Chairs Program 11
The Chancellor of the State System of Higher Education Is the Chief Executive Officer for the State Regents and provides leadership for the State System. State Regents Office Functions of the Office: Administration Academic Affairs Board Relations Budget and Finance Legislative Economic Development Student Affairs Grants and Scholarships Oklahoma College Assistance Program OneNet 12
OPSU CSC NEOAM OSU Board of Regents for the Oklahoma A&M Colleges Board LU OU CU RSU University of Oklahoma Board of Regents NSU NWOSU SEOSU SWOSU UCO ECU Regional University System of Oklahoma USAO CASC EOSC MSC NOC OCCC RSC RCC SSC TCC WOSC Institutional Boards of Regents 1.Determines management policy. 2.Employing personnel, fixing salaries and assigning duties. 3.Contracting for other services needed. 4.Having custody of records. 5.Acquiring and holding title to property. 6.General academic policy and administration. 7.Student life. 8.Budget administration. 9.Planning and construction of buildings 10.Purchasing 11.Auxiliary activities, budgeting and administration
University Center of Southern Oklahoma University Center at Ponca City Quartz Mountain Arts and Conference Center and Nature Park
Council of Presidents Communicators Council Council on Information Technology Council on Instruction Council on Student Affairs Economic Development Council Faculty Advisory Council Student Advisory Board
Oklahoma Higher Education: Accountability and Transparency Requirements
Budget Needs Survey Education &General Budget Summary and Analysis Current Income and Expenditures Campus Income and Expenditures Campus Master Plan Tuition and Mandatory Fee Rates Tuition Impact Analysis Report Student Cost Survey Faculty Salary Report FTE Employee Report Supplemental Pension Post-Retirement Benefits Master Lease Real Property Projects Use of Airplanes Asbestos Abatement Motor Pool Inventory Annual Independent Audit Report Strategic Plan Sole-source Affidavit Open-Meetings Requirements P-card Purchases Investment Reports Inventory Risk Management Vehicle/Personal Liability OTRS Reporting Surplus Security Breach Disclosure Annual Report APA Rules Requirements Ethics Reporting Requirements SREB Reports SHEEO Reports Washington Report Grapevine Report College Board Report IPEDS Report
Governor Mary Fallin and Chancellor Glen D. Johnson Announce College Completion Plan on September 22, 2011 on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma 19
20,400 students or 67% Increase Increase in Annual Degrees Earned Goal 20
1. Focus On College Readiness Higher education and K-12 are working together to develop and implement strategies that focus on better preparing students in high school for success in college. Enhancements in academic activities in the 11 th and 12 th grades will be made to reduce the need for remediation. 2. Transform Remediation Oklahoma public higher education institutions are implementing programs in the areas of math, language skills and reading that will dramatically improve developmental programs and reduce the time it takes to earn a degree. 3. Strengthen Pathways to College Degrees and Certificates Our colleges and universities are implementing programs that create clear pathways to degrees and certificates including the cooperative alliance with Career Technology Centers and new CCA- pioneered techniques to provide electronic degree checklists, advising, and academic support. 4. Increase Adult Degree Completion The Reach Higher program provides degree completion opportunities to students who have some college credit but have not completed their associate or bachelors degree. The program is being expanded to include college certificates. 5. Reward Performance In April 2012, the State Regents adopted a performance based funding formula providing incentives to institutions that increase their degree completion rates in addition to other performance factors.
The State of Oklahoma added 2,945 degrees and certificates
$1,455,253 High School Graduate $1,725,822 Some College $1,801,373 Associates Degree $2,567,174 Bachelors Degree $2,963,076 Masters Degree $3,982,577 Doctorate $5,254,193 Professional Lifetime Earnings! Source: U.S. Department of Commerce Economics and Statistics Administration – U.S. Census Bureau $1.1 M more in a Lifetime than HS Grad 23
Percent of Oklahoma Residents Who Graduate with a Bachelors Degree Remain In the State and are Employed In the State One Year After Graduation Students Who Learn Here, Earn Here Source: 2012 Employment Outcomes Report 87% Remain in the State 24
Link Academic Programs to the needs of Business Healthcare, Allied Health and Nursing Engineering Business Aviation and Aerospace Wind Turbine Technology Health Information Management Management Information Systems
26 A total cumulative cost savings of $451.7 million from $451.7 m $411 m $74 m Changes in Salaries and Benefits Changes and Elimination of Positions Energy Conservation and Conversion Reduction in Supplies IT Savings Source: FY15 Institutional Budget Needs Survey $0 m $50 m $100 m $150 m $200 m $250 m $300 m $350 m $400 m $450 m $460 m $112 m $347 m Higher Education Cost Savings
Information Technology Cost Savings $239.7 Million FY14 $48.2 Million 27
28 Nationally, Oklahoma is Ranked: 8 th in Higher Education Efficiency 7 th in College Affordability 19 th in STEM Job Growth Source: Enterprising States – A Project of the US Chamber of Commerce and the National Chamber Foundation ENTERPRISING STATES
According to the report, Oklahoma places 8 th in Nation on the list of States with the lowest student debt. The Project on Student Success – Institute for College Access and Success Student Debt Report 29 Oklahoma is 21% below the national average.
Oklahoma Public Higher Education: Economic and Social Impacts H I G H E R E D U C A T I O N R E P O R T RESEARCH FOUNDATION
Battelle Findings on the Economic Impact of Oklahoma Higher Education H I G H E R E D U C A T I O N R E P O R T Public higher education has an impact of $9.22 billion on the states economy annually and supports more than 85,000 Oklahoma jobs; The estimated return on investment for public higher education is $4.72 for every $1.00 of state funding; Public universities have a strong and flourishing presence in advanced research, conducting $360 million in annual research and growing their research volume at a pace that exceeds the national growth rate. For every $1 in state funding, public universities attract an additional $2.24 in federal funding.
FallinForBusiness.com Perceptions of Oklahomas Business Climate The Quality of our two/four year college and university system #1 Business Climate Strength in the State 32
33 FallinForBusiness.com Highest Ranked Business Climate Factors Quality of 2/4 year College/University system Access to supplies required to conduct business Career-Tech System Preparation for the workplace Affordable housing options for employees Recreational opportunities Perceptions of Oklahomas Business Climate