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THECB 1/2007 Participation Forecast and Report on Participation and Success Progress January 25, 2007.

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1 THECB 1/2007 Participation Forecast and Report on Participation and Success Progress January 25, 2007

2 THECB 1/2007 Participation Forecast  Designed to reflect current trends, and be conservative  5 years of historical enrollment by age, race/ethnicity, and county  Uses new population projections  Projected population by age, race/ethnicity, and county  Non-resident participation factors  Institutional input on local conditions

3 THECB 1/ Projection is lower than previous forecast  Population projections decreased due to change in the recommended migration rate which: –Lowered statewide population projection –Difference largest for Hispanics  Most recent five-year enrollment trend flatter than that used two years ago

4 THECB 1/2007 Changes in Population Projections for Projection 2006 Projection % Change Total28,060,00026,160, % Anglo11,780,00011,690, % African-Am3,030,0002,910, % Hispanic11,860,00010,440, % Source: Texas State Data Center

5 THECB 1/2007 Five years of enrollment increases, but from 2004 to 2006, pace slackened 216,650

6 THECB 1/2007 Forecasted Enrollment Public Colleges and Universities

7 THECB 1/ and 2006 Participation Forecast Differences 1,317,000 1,292,000

8 THECB 1/ and 2006 Participation Forecasts for 2010 and

9 THECB 1/2007 Closing the Gaps vs Forecast Closing the Gaps  Based on where Texas wants be by 2015  Expect changes to happen to reach goals Forecast  Based on the historic trends  What will happen if current patterns do NOT change

10 THECB 1/2007 Close the Gaps in Participation By 2015, close the gaps in enrollment rates across Texas to add 630,000 more students.

11 THECB 1/2007 Given Current Trends Texas Will Not Reach Closing the Gaps 5.7% Goal Public Colleges and Universities

12 THECB 1/2007 Largest growth in enrollment continues to be at Two-Year Colleges 2% Health-Related University Independent Two-Year College 2000 – 2006 University Two-Year College Independent % Health-Related

13 THECB 1/2007 Higher Education is more diverse African-Am. HispanicWhite Other Fall 2006 African-Am. White Hispanic Fall 2000 Other

14 THECB 1/ Hispanic Target remains a big challenge * Asians are not targeted in the plan. WhiteHispanicAfrican-Am

15 THECB 1/ Regions account for 91% of Hispanic enrollment increase fall 2005 to fall 2006

16 THECB 1/2007 Changes In Rate of Increase  Decrease in the number of delayed-entry students  University –One-year persistence is stable –Two-year persistence dropped in 2002 and is rebounding  Two-Year Colleges –One- and two-year persistence is stable

17 THECB 1/2007 The percent of students entering from public high schools increased slightly. (44.1%) (43.6%) (43.4%) (44.1%) (44.2%) Percent of Graduating Class (44.4%) (45.4%) Into public higher education only. (44.5%)

18 THECB 1/2007 Participation Summary  Fall 2006 enrollments represented 2.1% growth over previous fall; low rate but better than 0.9% growth from fall 2004 to fall 2005  Hispanic enrollment growth was substantial but continues to trail targets  Percentage of students coming directly from high school increased slightly

19 THECB 1/2007 Close the Gaps in Success By 2015, award 210,000 undergraduate degrees, certificates and other identifiable student successes from high quality programs.

20 THECB 1/ ,460 more Bachelor’s, Associate’s and Certificates awarded than in ,460 93,765

21 THECB 1/2007 University Graduation Rates Increasing Graduation RateFY 1999FY Year19.9%24.3% 5-Year39.7%48.1% 6-Year49.2%56.7% Graduation & Persistence63.5%70.3% Transfers’ Grad Rate49.3%52.2% Students Receiving Pell25.7%31.6%

22 THECB 1/2007 Two-Year Colleges Graduation and Persistence Increasing FY 2000FY 2005 Bachelor’s Degrees12.6%16.3% Associate’s Degrees8.7%9.9% Certificates4.4% Persisting12.3%13.4% Total Grad & Persist Rate38.0%44.0%

23 THECB 1/2007 Public Institutions’ Bachelor’s targets still below the 2010 Closing the Gaps Bachelor’s Associate’s

24 THECB 1/2007 Public Doctoral Institutional targets Exceed 2010 Closing the Gaps target

25 THECB 1/2007 Institutional Targets for Undergraduate Minority Awards’ are Far Short * Not targeted in the Plan. White* Hispanic African-Am.

26 THECB 1/2007 How can we increase graduates in critical fields? TechnologyNursing/Allied Health

27 THECB 1/2007 Technology degree change is not consistent across disciplines

28 THECB 1/2007 UG awards in Allied Health and Nursing continue to improve

29 THECB 1/2007 Percentage increase in UG awards at public institutions greatest for underrepresented groups +15.0% +31.0% +51.4% +55.3%

30 THECB 1/2007 Next Steps?  Revise strategies for each Closing the Gaps area to focus efforts on pertinent activities that lead to genuine progress  Concentrate on Hispanic participation and success

31 THECB 1/ Enrollment Forecast Differences 2006 ForecastCTG Goal Public Universities 533, ,484 Public Two-Year Colleges 640, ,670 Independent Seniors 117, ,093 Total 1,291,993 1,590,246

32 THECB 1/2007 Closing the Gaps, by 2015 Participation and Success Update

33 THECB 1/2007 Participation Comparison for College and Universities Projection, Institutional Targets and CTG Goals

34 THECB 1/2007 Participation Comparison for Two-Year Colleges: Projections, Institutional Targets and CTG Goals

35 THECB 1/2007 Participation Comparison for Universities: Projections, Institutional Targets and CTG Goals

36 THECB 1/2007 Bachelor’s awarded to Hispanics at public institutions shows improvement

37 THECB 1/2007 Changes in 15 to 34 Year Old Population for 2015 Prior Projection 2006 Projection % Change Total8,250,0007,460, % Anglo2,920,0002,900, % African-Am970,000920, % Hispanic3,990,0003,360, %

38 THECB 1/2007 Higher Education 2000 and 2006 Two-Year Colleges Pub. Universities HRI Fall 2006 Fall 2000 Independents HRI Two-Year Colleges Pub. Universities

39 THECB 1/2007 Economically disadvantaged students less likely to enroll in higher education

40 THECB 1/2007 Large increases in the percent of entering students with the Recommended or above curriculum 55% 53% 65% 73% 78% 53% 84% 86%


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