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1 Illustrations of Models of State Higher Education Structure* Aims McGuinness National Center for Higher Education Management Systems August 2011 (Draft) *Not all states included

2 Governing Board Coordinating Board University CC or Tech College 2-yr Campus Planning or Regulatory Agency Governing Relationship = Coordinating Relationship = Guide to Symbols

3 Coordinating Board States

4 Community Colleges Institution-Level Governing Boards for Each University Several Universities State-level Governing Board State-Level Coordinating Board Explanation: Each public university has a governing board. State board for community colleges governs community colleges. Coordinating board plans and coordinates the whole system. States: Kentucky and Virginia. Kentucky Virginia

5 Community Colleges Three Multi-Campus Systems State-level Governing Board State-Level Coordinating Board Explanation: Each system, has a governing board. State board for community colleges governs community colleges. Coordinating board plans and coordinates the whole system. States: Louisiana Louisiana Universities and One Two-Year Campus Universities and One Two-Year Year Campus Several Universities

6 CC and Technology Centers State-Level Governing Board State-Level Governing Board Explanation: State-Level Coordinating Board and two separate state-level governing boards, one for universities, and the other for universities, community colleges and technical institutions. States: Tennessee Universities Coordinating Board Tennessee

7 CC or Tech Colleges Two or More Universities One or More Multi-Campus Governing Boards State-Level Coordinating or Governing Board Explanation: Complex system of institutional governance including some multi-campus systems and some institutions with individual governing boards. State-Level board is responsible for coordinating the whole system. States: Alabama, Colorado, South Carolina Institution-Level Governing Boards for Several Universities Several Universities State-Level Coordinating Board Alabama, Colorado and South Carolina

8 Community Colleges Mixed System of Multi- Campus Systems and Individual Institution- Level Governing Boards One Multi-Campus University System and Two Independently Governed Universities State-Level Coordinating Board Explanation: Each public university or system has a governing board. Coordinating board plans and coordinates the whole system and coordinates locally governed community colleges States: Maryland Maryland

9 Community Colleges Mixed System of Multi- Campus Systems and Individual Institution- Level Governing Boards Five Multi-Campus Universities/Systems and Two Independently Governed Universities State-Level Coordinating Board Explanation: Each public university or system has a governing board. Coordinating Board coordinates locally governed community colleges and technical college system. Coordinating board plans and coordinates the whole system. States: Texas Technical College System Texas

10 Community Colleges Mixed System of Multi- Campus Systems and Individual Institution- Level Governing Boards Two Multi-Campus Universities and Independently Governed Universities State-level Governing Board State-Level Coordinating Board Explanation: Each public university or system has a governing board. State board for community colleges governs community colleges. Coordinating board plans and coordinates the whole system. States: Indiana Indiana

11 State-Level Governing Board Research Universities State Universities Locally Governed Community Colleges Explanation: Public institutions are organized under two state-level boards, one for research universities and one for comprehensive state universities. Locally governed community colleges are coordinated by state board. ** Coordinating board budget eliminated in New entity will be considered in 2012 Legislative Session States: California (as of 2011) State-Level Coordinating Board California (2011) State-Level Governing Board State-Level Coordinating Board **

12 Governing Board States

13 2-year Campuses Two or More Universities State-Level Governing Board Explanation: All public institutions are governed by a single statewide board. Two-year campuses may include two-year primarily transfer campuses and/or community or technical colleges. No campus-level boards. In Alaska, one community college in the system has a board States: Alaska, Hawaii, North Dakota and Rhode Island, Alaska, Hawaii, Nevada, North Dakota, Rhode Island

14 Locally Governed Community Colleges State-Level Governing Board Explanation: One statewide governing board for universities. Statewide coordinating board for locally governed community colleges. States: Mississippi State-Level Coordinating Board Universities Mississippi

15 Community Colleges State-Level Governing Board Explanation: One statewide governing board for universities. Governing Board for Community Colleges. Each University has Board with power delegated by Statewide Governing Board States: North Carolina State-Level Governing Board Universities (Each University Has Board) North Carolina

16 2-year Campuses Two or More Universities State-Level Governing Board Explanation: All public institutions are under a single statewide board. The board has governing responsibility for universities, but only coordinating responsibility for locally governed community colleges. No other state higher education planning or regulatory agency between board and Governor and Legislature. States: Kansas Kansas

17 2-Year Colleges Technical Colleges State-Level Governing Board Explanation: Two separate boards govern public institutions, one board for the research university and other university campuses as well as 2-year (primarily transfer) colleges, and the other board for technical colleges. States: Georgia and Wisconsin State-Level Governing Board Universities Georgia and Wisconsin

18 Locally Governed Community Colleges State-Level Governing Board State-Level Coordinating Board Explanation: Statewide governing board for universities and statewide coordinating board for locally governed community colleges. Planning/service agency has only voluntary coordinating authority related to university system and community colleges States: Florida. Coordinating entity for community colleges (now called “colleges” because some offer bachelor’s degrees) is the State Education Department Universities (Each University Has Board) Planning Entity Florida

19 Tech Institutes Two or More Universities State-Level Governing Board State Department of Education Explanation: One state-level board for universities. Postsecondary technical institutes regulated by state education department. States: South Dakota South Dakota


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