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Tuition and Financial Aid…FY 2014 Planning University Medical Student Council November 17, 2012 E XCELLENCE I NNOVATION S ERVICE 1.

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1 Tuition and Financial Aid…FY 2014 Planning University Medical Student Council November 17, 2012 E XCELLENCE I NNOVATION S ERVICE 1

2 FY 2013 State Budget Parameters 2 Final tuition rate change: +3% for in-state students +0.75% for out-of-state students ~ $807,000 of incremental revenue GRF adjustment: -7% reduction to allocation from campus ~$5.1 million cut from base

3 Incremental Tuition Revenue Curricular improvements  NBME subject exams for M1/M2  “Benware”, redesign of lectures, IT support Other academic support services  Review materials for Step 1 exams  Faculty leadership in ECM, James Scholar, Urban Med programs 3 MD Tuition Increments by site Regional site Tuition Increment FY 2013 Chicago$460,072 Peoria$121,103 Rockford$120,168 Urbana$105,963 Total$807,306 Uses of the FY 2013 incremental funds ($807K)

4 Other Education Initiatives 4 Facilities Learning Center project Edelstone, study annex Gross Anatomy lab Grand Grounds Computer-based testing 120 laptops, 2 FTE support staff Other initiatives, funded through reallocation:

5 Additional Identified Needs 5 Protected time for clinical faculty to participate in curriculum development & delivery Technology support for faculty instructional designers, educational technologists, increased use of simulation Academic support for students (advising, tutoring) Student leadership opportunities (e.g., MD/MPH) Facilities: Instructional laboratories Simulation center Student lounge (Edelstone)

6 Entering Class Fall The Admissions Funnel

7 Enrollment Metrics for Entering Classes 7

8 Entering Class Fall 2012 Academic Qualifications 8

9 Mission Management AAMC National Benchmarks * Student self-reported survey to AAMC. Some students are designated in multiple categories Under Represented Minority Student Comparison

10 Our Tuition Rate History 10 YearIn-state Rate% Increase $19, $20,8745% $22,5448% $24,1227% $24,7082.4% $25,4503% $26,7225% $29,39410% $32,0409% $33,0003% $34,0003%

11 Local Peer Comparisons 11 Annual Tuition Rate Increases

12 4 Year Cost (In State) 12 Student Level COM Tuition University Fees University Assessments Total Cost M1$34,000$2,688$1,018$37,706 M2$34,000$2,688$1,018$37,706 Summer M2$11,000$906$250$12,156 M3$34,000$2,688$1,018$37,706 Summer M3$11,000$906$250$12,156 M4$34,000$2,688$1,018$37,706 4-year Total$158,000$12,564$4,572$175,136 UIC fees include: general fee, service fee, student-to-student fee, sustainability fee, health service fee, health insurance fee, CTA U Pass. Assessments include: academic facilities maintenance fund assessment, and library and information technology assessment. Tuition & Fees 2013 (In-State)

13 4 Year Cost (out of State) 13 UIC fees include: general fee, service fee, student-to-student fee, sustainability fee, health service fee, health insurance fee, CTA U Pass. Assessments include: academic facilities maintenance fund assessment, and library and information technology assessment. Tuition & Fees 2013 (Out-of-State) Student Level COM Tuition University Fees University Assessments Total Cost M1$71,000$2,688$1,018$74,706 M2$71,000$2,688$1,018$74,706 Summer M2$23,491$906$250$24,647 M3$71,000$2,688$1,018$74,706 Summer M3$23,491$906$250$24,647 M4$71,000$2,688$1,018$74,706 4-year Total$330,982$12,564$4,572$348,118

14 Local Peer Comparisons 14

15 FY 2014 Rate Proposal 15 Resident tuition rate Lower of…3% or the University general increase Non-resident tuition rate Same dollar increase as resident tuition rate

16 Financial Aid initiatives 16 Hispanic Center of Excellence: Five-year, $3.4 million grant from the Department of Health and Human Services to address disparities in minority health care. The UIC Hispanic Center of Excellence will use the grant to improve the shortage of Latino physicians and other health care professionals. Financial Aid Office: HRSA grant ($450K/year) from the Department of Health and Human Services to support students from low income families. Merit-Based and Need-Based Scholarships: Inaugural class of 6 Sweeney Scholars: 3 students in Chicago 3 students in Urbana


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