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Evolution of State Performance Funding 0 Indiana Commission for Higher Education 2001200320052007200920112013 Enrollment Change (credit hours enrolled)

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1 Evolution of State Performance Funding 0 Indiana Commission for Higher Education Enrollment Change (credit hours enrolled) Enrollment Change (successfully completed credit hours) Inflation Adjustments Enrollment Change Dual Credit (successfully completed credit hours Student Persistence Incentive Equity Adjustment Plant Expansion/leases Program Adjustment Research Support Incentive Change in number of degrees Low Income Degree Completion Incentive Low Income Degree Completion At-Risk Student Degree Completion High Impact Degree Completion Change in On-Time graduation Rate Change in On-Time graduation rate Institution Defined Productivity Metric Two Year Transfer Incentive Workforce Development Incentive (funding non- credit coursework)

2 ICHE FY PFF Metrics Degree Completion Metrics: Overall Degree Completion: increases in total number of degrees produced At-Risk Student Degree Completion: increases in degrees awarded to Pell grant eligible students High Impact Degree Completion: increases in degrees awarded to STEM related degrees – only applicable to research intensive campuses 1GR Seminar

3 ICHE FY PFF Metrics Progression Towards Degree Metric: Student persistence – for 4-year institutions, increases in number of students completing 30 and 60 credit hours Metric not applicable to research intensive campuses 2GR Seminar

4 Productivity Metrics: On-Time Graduation Rates – increases in number of students graduating in 2 or 4 years. Institution Defined Productivity Metric – designed by each institution with goal of reducing student cost of attendance ICHE FY PFF Metrics 3GR Seminar

5 ICHE FY 2014 PFF Allocations MetricAllocationFunding* Overall Degree Completion30%$7,795 At-Risk Degrees15%$5,503 High Impact Degrees10%$19,491 Student Persistence (30/60 credits)15%$765 & $1,530 On-Time Graduation25%$22,921 Institution Productivity5%varies * Amounts listed are for Bachelor degrees

6 Performance Funding Results – FY 2014 FY 2013ContributionsTotalGain orFY 2015 Campus OperatingTo PFFPerformanceLossOperatingPercent AppropriationPool (2.2%)Fundingfrom PFFAppropriationChange Bloomington$180,268,458-$3,965,906$8,492,690$4,526,784$184,7958,2422.5% East$8,330,921-$183,280$841,237$657,957$8,988,8787.9% Kokomo$11,354,682-$249,803$960,108$710,305$12,064,9876.3% Northwest$16,275,368-$358,058$802,927$444,869$16,720,2372.7% South Bend$21,756,890-$478,652$976,620$497,968$22,254,8582.3% Southeast$18,976,859-$417,491$533,872$116,381$19,093,2400.6% IUPUI GA$90,103,644-$1,982,280$7,839,612$5,857,332$95,960,9766.5% IUPUI SOMD (Not part of PFF)$105,714,222$0$3,699,999 $109,414,2213.5% IU Totals$452,781,044-$7,635,470$24,147,065$16,511,596$469,292,6403.6%


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