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Proposed Plan for FTES Reduction for 2010-11 Resident FTES target for 2009-10: 22,970 FTES Reduction for 2010-11: 2,488 Resident FTES target for 2010-11:

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1 Proposed Plan for FTES Reduction for Resident FTES target for : 22,970 FTES Reduction for : 2,488 Resident FTES target for : 20,482 The number we are attempting to reach in terms of Resident FTES for : 20,330 (This number would bring us in at.7% under FTES target) Qualifying Assumptions: 1)We will be able to come in 1% under FTES target. 2)The predictive models we have used in the recent past to project graduation/attrition rates, continuation rates, and new student admission yield will hold steady. If these assumptions don’t hold, then the proposed reduction plan will need modification. 4/24/2015 Attachment A Faculty Senate Agenda November 19, 2009

2 Proposed Plan for Resident Headcount and FTES Reduction Lower Division Upper Division PostbacMasters/DocTotal Academic Year Unclassified/2 nd BA Credential Headcount6,8366,30315,79614, ,1582,85026,86924,366 Reduction 533 (-7.8%) 1,352 (-8.6%) 170 (-48%) 64 (9.7%) 308 (-9.8%) 2,503 (-9.3%) FTES6,0285,48412,93911, ,1601,93822,55320,330 Reduction 545 (-9.0%) 1,240 (-9.6%) 140 (-49%) 62 (-10.3%) 222 (-10.3%) 2,223 (-9.9%) Undergrad FTES reduction -9.4% Average Student Credit Unit load reduced to 12.0 from in Postbac/Masters/Doc FTES reduction % 4/24/2015

3 Ratios for Campus Enrollment Headcount ratio (Undergrad to Postbac/Grad) 82/1883/1784/16 FTES ratio (Undergrad to Postbac/Grad) 84/1685/1586/14 Headcount ratio (Lower Division to Upper Division) 29/7130/7031/69 FTES ratio (Lower Division to Upper Division) 31/6932/68 4/24/2015

4 Strategies for Reducing Undergraduate Enrollment Move undergraduate summer courses to the College of Continuing Education (CCE), a self support college whose enrollment numbers do not “count against” the university’s resident FTE target. Strictly adhere to priority undergraduate admission application deadline (Nov 30, 2009). Restrict undergraduate “Forbidden Four” and address Special Admits issue more conservatively  Freshmen and Sophomore transfers – these include students who have earned less than 60 credits.  Lower division special admits – these include freshmen who are not fully eligible by virtue of high school grades, ACT/SAT scores and/or their calculated “index.”  Upper division transfers who are not fully eligible – these students are usually missing one or more of the ‘Golden Four’ courses: Math, English, Oral communications, Logic.  2 nd BAs – these students have already earned a bachelor’s degree but are attempting to earn a second one. Monitor and control student credit load such that the average credit unit load is 12.0 per semester (down from in ). Those students in good standing who wish to take 17 or more credits per semester will be able to do so. Require students to take and pass all Learning Skills courses they need during their first year of study, thereby, significantly reducing exceptions for EO 665. Significantly reduce the number of students who obtain immediate re-entry to the university after having been disqualified or dismissed. Discourage students who meet all graduation requirements from purposely delaying their graduation – prompt them to finish their current courses, celebrate the obtainment of degree and exit the university. Identify “super seniors” (those who have well-over 120 credits) and expedite their graduation. 4/24/2015

5 Strategies for Reducing Graduate Enrollment Move graduate summer courses to the College of Continuing Education (CCE), a self support college whose enrollment numbers do not “count against” the university’s resident FTE target. Restrict post-baccalaureate and graduate “Forbidden Four” and address Special Admits issue more conservatively  2 nd Baccalaureate Admission – these students have already earned a bachelor’s degree but are attempting to earn a second one.  Unclassified Graduate Admission – these students are not pursuing a degree in a department.  Special Action Admits for applicants not meeting minimum requirements at the University or Department level. Require graduate students to complete their pre-and co-requisites through other channels (e.g., Community College, we are also exploring Open University). Temporarily suspend petitions for disqualified graduate students to significantly reduce the number of students who obtain immediate re-entry to the university after having been disqualified or dismissed. Restrict graduate students from adding additional concentrations. Temporarily suspend graduate students from adding additional degree programs. Restrict reclassifications from Credential to Master’s degree seeking – students must officially apply to Graduate degree program. 4/24/2015

6 Next Steps Continued discussion with Campus Advisory Groups and Senate Strategic Planning Council Graduate Advisory Council College Deans Graduate Studies Policy Committee Faculty Senate Executive Committee Faculty Senate Determine Method of Distributing Graduate Enrollment Reductions Proposal from Graduate Dean and Graduate Advisory Council Provide updates on Enrollment Application Figures, Sp10 and F10 December 2009 February 2009 (+ Sp10 Census outcome) 4/24/2015


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