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Planning for Excellence PAC, November 14, 2007 Shirley L. Baugher Thank you to Alberto Gonzalez, Connie Ruhl-Smith and Kay Carpenter for organizing Compact.

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1 Planning for Excellence PAC, November 14, 2007 Shirley L. Baugher Thank you to Alberto Gonzalez, Connie Ruhl-Smith and Kay Carpenter for organizing Compact Data Tables

2 Planning Processes fall, 2007 Collegiate Compacts Collegiate Compacts First Year Program Review Task Force First Year Program Review Task Force University Work Group University Work Group Development of Interdisciplinary Concepts regarding potential Centers of Excellence Development of Interdisciplinary Concepts regarding potential Centers of Excellence

3 Source on Web

4 ELEMENTS OF THE COMPACT A. Unit Mission and Key Functions B. Performance Measures C. Strategic Goals D. Space and Facilities E. Diversity Planning and Assessment F. Public Engagement G. Staff and Faculty Consultation H. Report Summary and Allocation Summary I. Addendum: Interdisciplinary Initiatives J. Addendum: International Scholarship and Engagement

5 Key Metrics from Compacts Enrollment Management Plans Enrollment Management Plans Retention and Graduation rates and goals Retention and Graduation rates and goals Strategic priorities Strategic priorities Identification of Signature Programs Identification of Signature Programs Basic budget planning and goals Basic budget planning and goals

6 36% of fall 2007 main campus freshmen, when completing the First Year Student Questionnaire, (64% of the freshmen completed the survey) stated that neither parent had a bachelor's degree (our operational definition of a first generation student). Student Enrollment Profile

7 36% of fall 2007 main campus freshmen, when completing the First Year Student Questionnaire, (64% of the freshmen completed the survey) stated that neither parent had a bachelor's degree (our operational definition of a first generation student). Student Enrollment Profile

8 18.5% Student Enrollment Profile Headcount Enrollment by Age %

9 Student Enrollment Profile Movement of Students from BGSU Firelands to Main Campus 14

10 International Students

11 Students Participating in Education Abroad

12 Growth Indicators Distance Education

13 Growth Indicators Distance Education

14 Enrollment Projections Fall ‘07 Fall ‘12 Arts & Sciences 4,9395,422 Business Administration 2,1892,575 Education and Human Development 5,3555,458 Firelands2,0652,280 Health & Human Services 1,7982,188 Musical Arts Technology1,3341,697 COLLEGE(S) TOTAL 18,16020,100

15 One-Year Freshman Retention Rate

16 Retention Projections Fall ‘07 Fall ‘12 Arts & Sciences 77.5%82.0% Business Administration 74.0%82.0% Education and Human Development 80.6%84.0% Firelands54.3%60.0% Health & Human Services 74.4%80.0% Musical Arts 88.9%91.0% Technology75.4%83.0% Freshman retention to fall of year 2

17 Cohort Fall 1998 Fall 1999 Fall 2000 Fall 2001 Fall year33.0%33.5%34.5%32.7%33.7% 5-year56.7%56.5%55.7%53.4% 6-year60.5%60.2%59.8% Time to Graduation for BGSU Students

18 Graduation Projections (4 year rates) Fall ‘07 Fall ‘12 Arts & Sciences 37.0%40.0% Business Administration 33.1%35.0% Education and Human Development 39.2%46.7% Health & Human Services 37.6%37.6% Musical Arts 34.5%38.0% Technology29.1%30.3%

19 PLANNING FOR EXCELLENCE Signature programs Disciplined based competitive excellence Centers of Excellence (Interdisciplinary thematic areas) Foundational Excellence

20 PLANNING FOR FOUNDATIONAL EXCELLENCE Voluntary System of Accountability

21 Planning for Foundational Excellence Voluntary Systems of Accountability (VSA) National Survey of Student Engagement Accountability measures that will address the Core Competencies (American Association of Colleges and Universities) National study of instructional costs and productivity New Student Transition Questionnaire (BGSU instrument) First-Year Student Questionnaire (BGSU instrument) BGSU Graduating Senior Questionnaire (BGSU instrument)

22 Signature Programs Arts & Sciences (all are at graduate and research areas) The Center for Photochemical Sciences (PCS) (graduate program and research) The Center for Neuroscience, Mind & Behavior Industrial-Organizational (I-O) Psychology Sociology and the Center for Family and Demographic Research (CFDR) Applied Philosophy American Culture Studies (ACS) Business Supply Chain Management – leveraging program to build a signature in undergraduate study of business (BSBA) Education and Human Development a Signature College

23 Signature Programs Technology Visual Communication Technology Health and Human Services Master’s Level Communication Disorders Criminal Justice (undergraduate and graduate) University Level Programs The Values Initiative

24 Planning for Excellence CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE (Nominated) ( Interdisciplinary themes) Entrepreneurship Health & Wellness across the life span The Arts Media & Merging Technology Culture (National and Global) Studies Education and the Creative Learning Process Designing and Leading the 21st Century Organization Urban Learning Community STEM Across the Curriculum

25 The Arts at BGSU Music Art Dance Creative Writing Theatre and Film The only Ohio regional campus of a university with a Guest Artist Program and a Resident Children’s Theatre Program Huron Playhouse is Ohio's oldest continuing summer theatre La virtù de’ strali d’Amore The Arts at BGSU The Arts at BGSU Firelands 50 CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE

26 Arts are big business Arts and culture industries generate over $2.4 billion in economic activity in Northwest Ohio every year, resulting in nearly $250 million in federal, state, and local tax revenues and over 33,000 jobs. Arts and Prosperity Economic Impact of Creative Industries Founded at Bowling Green State University in

27 Educational and General Revenue Student fees 51.7% in 2002 compared to 60.9% in 2006 State appropriations 33.4% in 2002 as compared to 24.4% in Financial Foundation

28 Total Award Dollars by Sponsor Type FY2003-FY2007 What should our target be?

29 Personnel & Operating Budgets PersonnelOperating Arts & Sciences $69,279,573 $ 2,233,524 Business Administration $ 9,381,511 $ 426,020 Education and Human Development $11,307,930 $ 754,684 Firelands $ 8,213,093 $ 4,547,427 Graduate College $ 934,932 $ 157,472 Health & Human Services $ 2,876,635 $ 162,850 Musical Arts $ 4,501,003 $ 338,181 Technology $ 3,949,588 $ 286,911 Main Campus Total $102, 231,172 $102, 231,172 $ 4,359,642

30 First Year Program Review Program Name Brief Description BG Perspective General Education program BGeXperience The values introduction and first-semester course Residential Learning Communities A mix of nine living learning communities Springboard Skill development course UNIV 100 University success course First Year Programs

31 Three Critical Transitions Transition to college Transition to college Finding a major Finding a major Preparing for life after college Preparing for life after college Address all three transitions in a coordinated, thematic way Address all three transitions in a coordinated, thematic way

32 First Year Program Review First Year Programs Creating a Coherent First-year Program at BGSU Challenge # 1: Acknowledging Transitions in the Undergraduate Experience Challenge #2: Building an Integrated Design Challenge #3: Integrating the majors, the general education program, and the first-year program into a common framework First Year Seminar address transition to college and university success issues, establish baselines for student performance in each of the University Learning Outcomes.

33 Develop second-year courses intentionally organized around the University Learning Outcomes Two types of courses: Transition into a major, for students who are ready to begin work in a particular major. Exploration of majors (interdisciplinary, topics-based courses) Develop capstone courses in all majors a. Synthetic, cumulative, project-based work b. Transition to career, professional school, or graduate school Connecting the First Year The student’s whole BGSU experience

34 University Work Group for Academic Affairs Shirley Baugher, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Shirley Baugher, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Don Bell, Project Manager, Office of the President Don Bell, Project Manager, Office of the President Michael Buerger, Associate Professor, Department of Human Services Michael Buerger, Associate Professor, Department of Human Services Mike Dannells, Professor, Department of Higher Education and Student Affairs Mike Dannells, Professor, Department of Higher Education and Student Affairs Carol Engler, Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Carol Engler, Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Judy Hagemann, Chair, Classified Staff Council Judy Hagemann, Chair, Classified Staff Council Milt Hakel, Department of Psychology Milt Hakel, Department of Psychology Jan Hartley, Professor, Department of Management Jan Hartley, Professor, Department of Management Tim Jurkovac, Associate Professor, Department of Natural/Social Science Tim Jurkovac, Associate Professor, Department of Natural/Social Science Steve Kendall, Co-Chair, Administrative Staff Council Steve Kendall, Co-Chair, Administrative Staff Council Dick Kennell, Dean, College of Musical Arts Dick Kennell, Dean, College of Musical Arts Bill Knight, Assistant Vice President for Institutional Research Bill Knight, Assistant Vice President for Institutional Research Peter Kuebeck, Media Specialist, Office of the President/College of Arts & Sciences Peter Kuebeck, Media Specialist, Office of the President/College of Arts & Sciences Johnnie L. Lewis, President, Undergraduate Student Government Johnnie L. Lewis, President, Undergraduate Student Government James Maxwell, Professor, Department of VCT&E James Maxwell, Professor, Department of VCT&E Pat Pauken, Chair, Faculty Senate Pat Pauken, Chair, Faculty Senate Jeannie Sabaroff, President, Graduate Student Senate Jeannie Sabaroff, President, Graduate Student Senate Barbara Waddell, Provost Chief of Staff Barbara Waddell, Provost Chief of Staff Ellen Williams, Member, Committee on Academic Affairs Ellen Williams, Member, Committee on Academic Affairs Elizabeth Wood, Associate Professor, University Libraries Elizabeth Wood, Associate Professor, University Libraries Peg Yacobucci, Associate Professor, Department of Geology Peg Yacobucci, Associate Professor, Department of Geology

35 University Work Group for Academic Affairs BGSU GOALS (in relation to Ohio System Goals) ExcellenceAccessAffordability Economic and Cultural Development DiversityAssessment/Accountability

36 University Work Group for Academic Affairs Development of Mission Statement for BGSU Development of Mission Statement for BGSU Vision statement intact in the Academic Plan document Vision statement intact in the Academic Plan document Core values statement intact Core values statement intact Benchmarks for academic programs in development through Compact process Benchmarks for academic programs in development through Compact process Learning Outcomes stated in Academic Plan Learning Outcomes stated in Academic Plan Core Commitment proposal and Goals Core Commitment proposal and Goals First Year Program Review Committee Report First Year Program Review Committee Report Strategic Positioning Group Report Strategic Positioning Group Report Thematic Interdisciplinary “centers” of excellence Thematic Interdisciplinary “centers” of excellence Existing Document Inputs

37 University Work Group for Academic Affairs Reviewed documents Reviewed documents Presentation by Dr. Shirley L. Baugher on the System of Higher Education in Ohio and Bowling Green State University Presentation by Dr. Shirley L. Baugher on the System of Higher Education in Ohio and Bowling Green State University Presentation to University Work Group on Premier Learning: Positioning BGSU for Its Future Presentation to University Work Group on Premier Learning: Positioning BGSU for Its Future First Year Programs: Progress Report First Year Programs: Progress Report Economic Development: IUC Discussion Economic Development: IUC Discussion Faculty Senate Open Forum on Development of the University’s Five Year Plan Faculty Senate Open Forum on Development of the University’s Five Year Plan Accountability issues (VSA) Accountability issues (VSA) Honors Program compact report Honors Program compact report Work to date…

38 University Work Group for Academic Affairs Much Discussion! Much Discussion! Work to date… Work to complete… Review data from compacts Review data from compacts Review Signature Program nominations and make recommendations Review Signature Program nominations and make recommendations Review Interdisciplinary Program papers and make recommendations regarding Centers of Excellence Review Interdisciplinary Program papers and make recommendations regarding Centers of Excellence Establish basic metrics for the University Establish basic metrics for the University Review draft of Master Plan created from deliberations Review draft of Master Plan created from deliberations

39 Next Steps Review of all Graduate Programs Review of all Graduate Programs Work with Admissions on Enrollment Management Plan Work with Admissions on Enrollment Management Plan Develop implementation plan for First Year Program and BGSU Learning Experience programs Develop implementation plan for First Year Program and BGSU Learning Experience programs Develop implementation plan for transition of Honors Program Develop implementation plan for transition of Honors Program

40 Next Steps Review of Signature Programs – finalize Review of Signature Programs – finalize Review of Centers of Excellence – finalize Review of Centers of Excellence – finalize Participate in University Wide Strategic Planning Process Participate in University Wide Strategic Planning Process Position Firelands in BGSU’s Future Position Firelands in BGSU’s Future Final documents Spring 2008 Final documents Spring 2008

41 Thank You Deans and their College staff and faculty Provost’s Office staff Faculty and staff serving on multiple committees Cabinet The President


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