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1 Running Y Lunch Box Group January 18, 2012 Christopher G. Maples, President Hands-on education for real-world achievement 1 Oregon Tech Update: Serving All of Oregon

2 Oregon Tech at a Glance  Enrollment (Fall 2011): 3912  Largest Programs:  Renewable Energy Engineering (REE); Klamath Falls & Portland  Medical Imaging Technology (MIT); Klamath Falls  Resident Undergraduate Student Budget: ~$17,413/year  12 Credit Hours: $6,613  Room & Board: $7,700  Books & Other: $3,100  OUS Range: ~$17,413 – ~$21,392  Graduate Success Rate: 92%  Average Starting Salary: ~$52,000/year Hands-on education for real-world achievement 2

3 Oregon Tech at a Glance: Campus Sites Seattle Klamath Falls Portland (4 PDX locations) La Grande Salem Hands-on education for real-world achievement 3

4 Themes & Guiding Principles (i.e., What Distinguishes Oregon Tech from ~4000 Other Higher Education Entities?)  Small class size & hands-on instruction  Academic rigor  Core understanding of why and how (i.e., Education & Fundamentals)  Employable graduates AND graduates ready for advanced education  Real-world, problem-solving applications  Job connections and employment success Hands-on education for real-world achievement 4

5 Ranked #8 college in the western US in USNews Ranked #8 college in the western US in USNews Ranked #3 public college in western US Ranked #3 public college in western US Ranked among the top 60 bachelors & masters engineering programs in the US in USNews Ranked among the top 60 bachelors & masters engineering programs in the US in USNews Tied with Cal State Sacramento, Cal State Fullerton, Northern Illinois, Arkansas Little Rock, Wisconsin Platteville, among others Tied with Cal State Sacramento, Cal State Fullerton, Northern Illinois, Arkansas Little Rock, Wisconsin Platteville, among others Oregon Tech: Recognition & Kudos Hands-on education for real-world achievement 5

6 Oregon Tech: Recognition & Kudos Noted in Forbes Magazine as one of the top 650 (top 20%) of all colleges and universities in the nation Noted in Forbes Magazine as one of the top 650 (top 20%) of all colleges and universities in the nation Ranked #3 public university in Oregon Ranked #3 public university in Oregon Criteria for Recognition: Criteria for Recognition: Post-graduate Success (30%) Post-graduate Success (30%) Student Satisfaction (27.5%) Student Satisfaction (27.5%) Debt (17.5%) Debt (17.5%) Four-year Graduation Rate (17.5%) Four-year Graduation Rate (17.5%) Competitive Awards (7.5%) Competitive Awards (7.5%) Hands-on education for real-world achievement 6

7 Oregon Tech: Recognition & Kudos Hands-on education for real-world achievement 7 Women’s NAIA National Softball Champions Women’s NAIA National Softball Champions Women’s NAIA Softball Coaches of the Year Women’s NAIA Softball Coaches of the Year NAIA National Champion Decathlete NAIA National Champion Decathlete

8 Oregon Tech: Recognition & Kudos EWB (Engineers Without Borders) working to provide clean drinking water to villages in Tanzania EWB (Engineers Without Borders) working to provide clean drinking water to villages in Tanzania Oregon Tech students with Solar HOPE working to provide clean solar power to villages in Tanzania Oregon Tech students with Solar HOPE working to provide clean solar power to villages in Tanzania Hands-on education for real-world achievement 8

9 Vision 2030 for Oregon Institute of Technology Oregon Institute of Technology will be the university of choice for students who desire active, relevant, hands-on education; high-tech and health-professional careers; problem-solving and critical-thinking skills; and the desire to shape their own career paths. What Oregon Tech Should be in 2030 Hands-on education for real-world achievement 9

10 The Core Values of Our Future Success  Focus on Undergraduate Teaching & Learning  Quality, Quality, Quality  Applied Research & Problem-Solving Skills  Professional (Work-Ready) Educational Opportunities  Integrity, Professionalism, Leadership  Shared Responsibility & Participation  Commitment to Service  Social & Environmental Responsibility What Oregon Tech Should be in 2030 Hands-on education for real-world achievement 10

11 Metrics Used by the OUS to Evaluate Oregon Tech  Student Enrollment (Total; New)  Women in Engineering-Related Fields  Degrees in Designated Shortage Areas  Full-time Student to Full-time Faculty Ratio  Diversity (Students; Faculty; Contractors)  Graduation (4-, 5-, 6-year; Transfer 2- & 3-year; Total #)  Retention (Freshman-to-Sophomore; Transfer)  Faculty Compensation Compared to Peer Universities  Philanthropy (Oregon Tech Foundation $ Value)  Sponsored Research Expenditures Hands-on education for real-world achievement 11

12 Oregon Institute of Technology During a Time of State Governance Changes and Budget Decreases Hands-on education for real-world achievement 12 Ten states with the greatest decreases in funding for higher education from FY11 to FY12 (data from Chronicle of Higher Education) MO–13.5% DE–12.4% IA–12.2% MN–11.7% AZ–11.6% OR–10.8% SC–9.3% WA–7.8% CO–7.8% HI–7.6%

13 % State Funding vs. Tuition & Fees Hands-on education for real-world achievement 13

14 Oregon Tech: Financial Aid 2010–11 Hands-on education for real-world achievement 14

15 The OUS into the Future   Must have an entire higher-education system working towards overall state goals  Must maintain momentum of effective recruitment, retention, & graduation of Oregonians  Keeping tuition percentage increases below double- digit levels  Smaller campuses will be able to continue to serve rural Oregon & ensure true statewide access & opportunity Hands-on education for real-world achievement 15

16 Wilsonville — a Key for Our Future Success  Focus on Re-balancing Student Mixes  Larger % of non-Oregon students  Larger % of non-rural students  Enhanced transferability, dual enrollment, & student life  Establish More of an International Presence  Sustain Regional, State, & National Mission  Enhance Regional, State, & National Reputation What Oregon Tech Should be in 2030 Hands-on education for real-world achievement 16

17 Metrics Used by the OUS to Evaluate Oregon Tech (Affected by Wilsonville)  Student Enrollment (Total; New)  Women in Engineering-Related Fields  Degrees in Designated Shortage Areas  Full-time Student to Full-time Faculty Ratio  Diversity (Students; Faculty; Contractors)  Graduation (4-, 5-, 6-year; Transfer 2- & 3-year; Total #)  Retention (Freshman-to-Sophomore; Transfer)  Faculty Compensation Compared to Peer Universities  Philanthropy (Oregon Tech Foundation $ Value)  Sponsored Research Expenditures Hands-on education for real-world achievement 17

18 Wilsonville = a key for our future success Oregon Tech Consolidation in Wilsonville Hands-on education for real-world achievement 18

19 Oregon Tech Wilsonville Campus: Proposed Purchase & Occupation Timeline  Purchase Date 2013 Sign LeaseJune 2010 Sign LeaseJune 2010 Prelim Space Design2010–2011 Prelim Space Design2010–2011 Final Const PlansJune 2011 Final Const PlansJune 2011 Bonding ApprovalJuly 2011 Bonding ApprovalJuly 2011 Lease Commences Sept 2011 Lease Commences Sept 2011 TI Construction Begins Oct 2011 TI Construction Begins Oct 2011  TI Construction Ends Mar 2012  Move-in Begins Mar 2012  Purchase Building Dec 2013 Hands-on education for real-world achievement 19 Classes Begin: September 24, 2012

20 What is Coming to Wilsonville in 2012? Hands-on education for real-world achievement 20  Clinical Laboratory Science [BS]  Joint Degree Program with OHSU  Electronics Engineering Technology [BS]  Information Technology [BS]  Options: Health Informatics; Applications Development; Business/Systems Analysis  Manufacturing Engineering Technology [BS & MS]  Mechanical Engineering Technology [BS]  Operations Management [BS]  Paramedic Program [AAS]  Joint Degree Program with OHSU  Renewable Energy Engineering [BS & MS]  Software Engineering Technology [BS]

21  Total cost $994,000  Funding:  $100,000 Pacific Power Blue Sky Fund  $487,000 Energy Trust of Oregon  $279,000 Business Energy Tax Credit  $128,000 Institutional Funds Oregon Tech Geothermal in Klamath Falls Annual energy produced from the small power plant = 856 kWh/year SMALL POWER PLANT Hands-on education for real-world achievement 21

22  Total cost $12,100,000  Funding:  $3,506,400 Congressionally Directed  $6,000,000 State Bonds (F & G)  $1,600,000 OUS & Oregon Tech  $1,000,000 Energy Trust of Oregon Oregon Tech Geothermal in Klamath Falls Estimated annual energy produced from the large power plant = 7,646K kWh/year LARGE POWER PLANT Hands-on education for real-world achievement 22

23  Proposed for 2012  Information Kiosks  Internships  Curriculum Oregon Tech Solar in Klamath Falls Estimated annual energy produced from the large power plant = 3,320,000 kWh/year Hands-on education for real-world achievement 23

24 Questions? Comments? Points of Discussion or Clarification? Hands-on education for real-world achievement 24 The future is not something we enter. The future is something we create. Leonard I. Sweet


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