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1 2009 Developing Human Capital Conference Dr. April Osborn, ACPE Dr. Allan Hoffman, Ottawa University Dr. John Haeger, NAU Dr. Mary Ann Martinez Sanchez, Fred Lockhart, APSA Pima Community College Fred Lockhart, APSA Pima Community College Dr. James Horton, Yavapai Dr. James Horton, Yavapai Community College Community College

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3 Public colleges & universities Public colleges & universities Public community colleges and community college districts Public community colleges and community college districts Tribal community colleges Tribal community colleges Private baccalaureate granting colleges/universities Private baccalaureate granting colleges/universities Private two-year degree granting colleges/universities Private two-year degree granting colleges/universities Private vocational training programs/schools Private vocational training programs/schools

4 Public colleges & universities Public colleges & universities Public community colleges and community college districts Public community colleges and community college districts Tribal community colleges Tribal community colleges Private baccalaureate granting colleges/universities Private baccalaureate granting colleges/universities Private two-year degree granting colleges/universities Private two-year degree granting colleges/universities Private vocational training programs/schools Private vocational training programs/schools

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6 Each of these four numbers represents the number of students enrolling in a sector of Arizona postsecondary education in fall of Each of these four numbers represents the number of students enrolling in a sector of Arizona postsecondary education in fall of Can you match the enrollment number to the correct category on the chart below? Can you match the enrollment number to the correct category on the chart below? Total: 624,147 or 371,120 Total: 624,147 or 371,120 Based upon NCES, IPEDS 2009 Based upon NCES, IPEDS Year Public2-Year Public4-Year Private2-Year Private 134,056198,098279,92812,065

7 What institutions in Arizona are regionally accredited by the NCA? What institutions in Arizona are regionally accredited by the NCA? Does this mean that the private colleges and universities are not accredited? Does this mean that the private colleges and universities are not accredited?

8 What contribution to the development of Arizona’s human capital is made by your sector of the Arizona postsecondary education system? What contribution to the development of Arizona’s human capital is made by your sector of the Arizona postsecondary education system? What forms of inter sector collaboration is happening in Arizona? What is planned? What should be initiated to assist in meeting state goals? What forms of inter sector collaboration is happening in Arizona? What is planned? What should be initiated to assist in meeting state goals?


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