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1 October 16, 2014 Powers Ballroom Budget Priorities Committee Forum

2 October 2014 BPC Co-Chair and Professor of English Assistant Dean of the College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences

3 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 Marcy Taylor, Co-Chair, Faculty, English Language and Literature Ray Christie, Co-Chair, Senior Vice Provost, Academic Administration Alma Bazarbayeva, Graduate Student Nicole Morrison, Administrative Secretary, Academic Advising and Assistance Harold Bell, Faculty, College of Medicine Leigh Orf, Chair, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Ian Davison, Dean, College of Science and Technology Peter Orlik, Chair, School of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts Stan Shingles, Assistant Vice President, University Recreation, Events and Conferences Michael Hammell-Nelson, Undergraduate Student Vernon Kwiatkowski, Faculty, School of Accounting David Whale, Faculty, Educational Leadership Sandra Wilson, Coordinator/Business Services, College of Communication and Fine Arts » Ex officio Carol Haas, Director, Financial Planning and Budgets Barrie Wilkes, Vice President, Finance and Administrative Services

4 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 »Promote understanding among stakeholders regarding CMU’s budget and budget processes »A means for campus constituents to receive budgetary information, provide input to the BPC »Committee to offer informed advice about budgetary priorities to decision makers Budget priorities committee charge

5 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 »Scope of topics for forums »Panelist presentations »Steven Johnson, VP, Enrollment and Student Services »Barrie Wilkes, VP, Finance and Administrative Services »Michael Gealt, Executive Vice President and Provost »Questions/answers Forum format

6 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 CMU President

7 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 Vice President, Enrollment and Student Services

8 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 »Enrollment Factors & Trends »Recruitment Initiatives »Recent Enrollment »Student Success Initiatives Enrollment overview

9 Factors impacting future enrollment »Decline in Michigan high school graduates through 2020 »25 of Michigan’s 28 community colleges saw enrollment declines in Fall 2014 »Major feeders experienced greatest decline »Four projected growth markets* »Community college transfers »Adult completers »International undergraduate »Professional Master’s *Source: Education Advisory Board

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11 CMU entering freshman

12 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 Freshman enrollment — past, present, future

13 Recruitment initiatives »Market analysis by College Board and ACT, Inc. »Out-of-state expansion »SAT data purchase »NACAC College Fairs »Increased high school and community college visits »Increased bus trips and special group visits to campus »Increased marketing presence

14 Recruitment initiatives »Increased student participation in College Days, CMU & You Day, Centralis Competitions, and Next Step receptions »Creation of the Alumni Ambassadors Program »Contract with Phi Theta Kappa for increased transfer prospects »Expansion of re-recruitment campaign and Spring Conditional program

15 Spring 2014 Marketing Campaign »CMU TV spots: 22.5 million impressions »3 SMART bus wraps: More than 16 million impressions in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb counties »Pandora ads in MI, Chicago: nearly 6 million impressions, 90,000 clicks »Digital Google search ads: 3.01% click-through rate compared to 1.41% industry average

16 Communications and outreach »Continued use and promotion of Facebook-based Uversity Schools App »4,559 fall 2014 admits joined and made nearly 40,000 friendships with each other »Strategic leveraging of virtual tour »Continued use and expansion of bus wraps from 3 to 5. Will include 3 in Detroit again and 2 additional in Grand Rapids. »Continued advertisement on Pandora »Strategically placed and timed television, billboard, and poster communications

17 Student Success Initiatives »MAP-Works™ »Student Success Collaborative™ »Intensive Success Coaching »Limited Academic Progress Holds »Academic Advising »15 to Finish Enrollment Monitoring »Talisma Campaigns

18 Student Success Initiatives »Student Support Services – Continued support for students through: »Academic Advising »Career Services »College-Based Centers for Student Services (CBA, CEHS and CST) »Mathematics Assistance Centers »Multicultural Academic Student Services (MASS) »Park Library & Reference Librarian Services »Residential Student Success Centers (Advising, Success Coaching, Professional Counseling Services located in each on-campus residence hall complex) »Office of Student Success (Success Coaching, Peer Mentoring, Virtual Peer Coaching) »Tutoring & Supplemental Instruction »Veterans’ Resource Center »Writing Centers

19 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 Vice President, Finance and Administrative Services

20 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 »State appropriations »Update from April 2014 Budget Changes 2014

21 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 CMU proposed tuition and state appropriations revenue as a percentage of total university funds

22 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 Sources: Higher Education Executive Budget Recommendation House Fiscal Agency House Subcommittee Recommendation State Appropriations

23 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 »Undergraduate Tuition Rates »On-Campus - $385.00/Credit Hour »Global Campus - $387.00/Credit Hour »Graduate Tuition Rates »On-Campus Masters/Specialists - $507.00/Credit Hour »On-Campus Doctoral - $583.00/Credit Hour »Global Campus - $510.00/Credit Hour »College of Medicine - $38,522/Academic Year Board Approved Resident Tuition Rates

24 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 Undergraduate Tuition Rates Source: HEIDI Tuition & Fees *Preliminary Rates

25 Budget Priorities Committee Forum April 2014 »FY2015 Expenditures »Compensation (salary & benefit changes) »New initiative funding Expenditures

26 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 CMU budgeted total expenditures (all funds)

27 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 »Financial Aid - $6.9M »20.7% Increase from FY to $39.9M »Research Compliance - $346K »Minimum Wage Increases for FY $691K »Fund Marching Band uniforms - $75K »Title IX – Golf & Lacrosse - $267K »Incremental Cost »Average Salary Increase 2% New Strategic Investments

28 Budget Priorities Committee Forum October 2014 Executive Vice President/Provost

29 »CMED Budget »Actions to Increase Graduation in Four Years »Assessment Rates Reconsidered? Topics of Campus Interest

30 College of Medicine Budget vs Actual FY14 Revenue BudgetActual Tuition / Fees$2,658,000$2,676,532 Clinical$6,456,000$4,055,016 University Support$5,000,000 Carryforward$4,852,000$4,852,626 Other / In-kind$550,000$274,869 Total Revenue$19,516,000$16,859,043 Expenses Education$8,205,214$5,986,829 Clinical$7,684,989$5,278,722 Research$2,338,000$1,880,213 Admin & IT$7,351,479$5,272,710 Other$262,000$288,268 Total Expense$25,841,682$18,706,742 Margin-$6,325,682-$1,847,699

31 »Enhanced Advising »Centrally under ESS Division »Dispersed under Colleges »Success Coaches (ESS) »Efforts by Faculty »Retention »Recruitment »Curriculum Updates »EHS Task Forces Actions to Encourage Timely Graduation

32 »Submitted Question: Different colleges have different tax rates. This contributes to variation in professional development funds available to faculty from one college to another. What investigation, if any, has been done about the possibility of changing these tax rates? Assessment Rates Reconsidered?

33 »Model Development (FY99) and Model Revision (FY09) »Assessment Rates Resulted from Existing Expenditure Budgets »Instructional Costs Differ by Discipline »Reductions/Investment use Delaware Cost Study as Benchmark »Effective Assessment Rates Differ by Department (e.g. EGR vs MTH) »Professional Development Spending »At discretion of College / Department »Considered Relative to other Compelling Needs (GAs, equipment, etc) Assessment Rates

34 OPERATING ASSESSMENT PERCENTAGES FY FY FY FY FY FY FY FY vs FY Academic Centers Science & Technology49.44%48.69%48.81%46.95%47.62%46.45%45.94%-3.50% Communication & Fine Arts51.38%51.37%51.44%50.13%51.42%50.92%50.79%-0.59% Humanities, Social & Behavioral Sciences61.42%61.25%61.30%60.36%61.44%60.95%60.74%-0.68% Education & Human Services60.51%59.58%58.65%57.28%58.30%58.28%57.53%-2.98% Business Administration53.69%53.60%53.65%52.67%53.27%52.70%52.44%-1.25% Health Professions54.43%54.39%53.77%52.96%53.92%53.32%52.47%-1.96% Quasi-academic Centers MSA Program80.97%80.55%80.56%79.74% -1.23% First Year Experience72.26% 71.39% -0.87% Weighted Average %57.91%57.29%57.12%55.96%56.75%56.29%55.84%-2.07% Note: Operating assessment percentages are set in accordance with RCM policies 19 & 24, relating to the operating assessment and base budget transfers. Examples of how the assessment percentage would change include when base expenses shift from a service center to an academic unit, base expenses shift between academic units, base budget reductions occur in an academic unit and new investments are made in an academic unit. The operating assessment funds service center budgets.

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37 Comparison of State and CMU Teacher Graduate Loss Rates with Projections


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