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1 FY15 Operating and Capital Budget Requests 8 August 2013

2 UAA – The Next Three Years Strengthening our financial foundation in an era of Higher Ed reassessment and reform – Alaska State fiscal uncertainty and SDI initiatives FY14 – Major self examination – Academic program and administrative function prioritization – Space use assessment FY 15 – Continue with strategic reallocations using SDI as a guide FY 16 – Implement changes resulting from Prioritization project

3 Program and Function Prioritization Process – Comprehensively examines how all academic programs and administrative functions align with mission and Strategic Plan 2017, coupled with a strategic cost and demand analysis – Modeled on Robert C. Dickeson’s Prioritizing Academic Programs and Services – Assesses each academic program and administrative function in comparison to other programs or functions – Each program/function will complete template responding to weighted criteria – Taskforce members will rank all programs into quintiles, from top 20% quintile to lowest 20% – Using Cost of Education data

4 Academic Program Prioritization Academic program evaluation criteria: – Impact and essentiality – Quality of program outcomes – External demand – Internal demand – Quality of program inputs – Size, scope and productivity – Revenue and resources generated – Costs and other resources required – Opportunity analysis – History, development and expectations Quintile Descriptions – Programs in quintile 1: Priority for higher investment – Programs in quintile 2: Consider for higher investment – Programs in quintile 3: Sustained resources – Programs in quintile 4: Transform – Programs in quintile 5: Subject to further review, consider for reduction or phase out

5 Administration Function Prioritization Administration function evaluation criteria: – Importance – Internal demand – External demand – Quality – Cost effectiveness – Opportunity analysis Quintile Descriptions: same as academic programs – Programs in quintile 1: Priority for higher investment – Programs in quintile 2: Consider for higher investment – Programs in quintile 3: Sustained resources – Programs in quintile 4: Transform – Programs in quintile 5: Subject to further review, consider for reduction or phase out

6 Space Utilization Analysis Results of Sightlines Study – Greater degree of centralized scheduling needed – University Center utilization can be improved – Better alignment of course enrollment and capacity should be a priority With results of prioritization study, a gradual improved use/realignment of current space

7 Internal Reallocation an Ongoing Process at UAA Planning and Budget Advisory Council (PBAC) led by Provost and Vice Chancellor Admin Services – Requests reviewed by Council of staff, faculty, administrators from across the MAU, recommend priority to Chancellor – Reallocated $8.3M in general fund cuts to budget units over last 9 years – In FY14 budget process, PBAC distributed $4.3M GF to Anchorage Campus initiatives – PBAC distributions based on Cabinet Strategic Guidance, as informed by SDI

8 FY 13 Progress, FY 14 Resources, FY15 Operating Request By SDI Initiative

9 69% of first-time, full-time freshmen returning Awards and certificates up 7.7% (2,489) MAPWorks expanded to freshmen and sophomores and implementing faculty alerts on students falling behind in 100-level courses Stay on Track ice cream social connected 300 students to their advisors GER alignment with all MAUs Streamlined credit transfer decreases processing days from 45 to 1 Governor’s OMB Priority: Education Strategic Direction: Student Achievement and Attainment

10 Student Affairs reorganization internally reallocates $162.0 to create Student Access, Advising and Transition division – provides integrated approach to enhancing first-year experience Campus wide persistence effort to contact 3,107 spring 2013 students who had not registered for fall by July- 23% now registered Anchorage Campus implementing mandatory new student orientation and academic advising for pilot cohort of 900 first-time first-year degree seeking students New Developmental Student Success Advisor funded through FY14 legislative increment $67.0 – Support first-year transition of all underprepared students, projecting to improve persistence to subsequent college level course by 5% (81 students) $23.0 FY14 Legislative budget award used to partially fund an advising position in the Advising and Testing Center. Student Affairs division reallocated funding internally for the remaining difference. Governor’s OMB Priority: Education Strategic Direction: Student Achievement and Attainment

11 Care Team Coordinator base funding $102.0 – Increase the efficiency with which students of concern are managed and promote supportive environments $255.0 for three additional faculty positions in the UAA Faculty Technology Center to specifically support faculty with distance education and e-learning Each year UAA raises over $700.0 from private donors for scholarships. College of Arts and Sciences reorganizes 31 administrative positions into 22 positions, including three new advising positions Governor’s OMB Priority: Education Strategic Direction: Student Achievement and Attainment

12 Advising Tools to Provide Clear Pathways $75.0 – Career Cluster Educational Pathways Publications – TVEP funding ends in FY14 – Created major academic program fact sheets used throughout AK for prospective student advising and career exploration – Student use to plan a clear path to graduation Primary degree requirements and sequencing – Career cluster guidebooks explain how education pathways lead to careers Governor’s OMB Priority: Education Strategic Direction: Student Achievement and Attainment

13 Preparing Students for College – Alaska Middle College School (Partner Mat Su Borough School District) 42 HS students take college courses in a college setting – Earn college credit while completing HS graduation requirements – Early Accuplacer Testing for ASD HS Juniors and Seniors Consultants meet with students to recommend steps to better prepare for college math and English Supporting K-12 Students & Teachers – Chevak Initiative provides teacher training in home village More than a dozen Chevak teacher aides are on target to become fully credentialed teachers Governor’s OMB Priority: Education Strategic Direction: Productive Partnerships with Alaska’s Schools

14 $130.0 UAA base funding for ANSEP Regional Director – Recently signed agreement with Mat Su Borough School District to provide 22 middle and high schools access to ANSEP programs $120.0 TVEP funding to support Tech Prep Program of Study providing a model career pathway for health careers $42.0 TVEP support for AK Middle College School Governor’s OMB Priority: Education Strategic Direction: Productive Partnerships with Alaska’s Schools

15 Enhance Delivery Methods in Alaska Native Student Instruction $100.0 – Center of Alaska Native Education and Pedagogical Studies – Transform education for Alaska’s indigenous peoples by preparing AK Native educators who are knowledgeable about both Western and indigenous educational practices Governor’s OMB Priority: Education Strategic Direction: Productive Partnerships with Alaska’s Schools

16 HDJ awards up 15% from FY08-FY12. $1.8M TVEP support of UAA workforce development initiatives including aviation, pharmacy, construction, millwright, and welding careers. BP Asset Integrity and Corrosion Lab $1M gift – $50.0 private gift enabled hiring of a lab technician UAA’s new Retail Management Certificate program received $1.16M award from industry partners supporting workforce development for the Grocery Industry $80.0 from BP in support of 2013 UAA Engineering Camps Governor’s OMB Priority: Resource Development Strategic Direction: UAA’s Public & Private Industry Partners

17 TVEP funds $1.9M in UAA workforce development initiatives including dietetics, radiology, dental, physical therapy, paramedic, aviation, and process technology careers. FY14 UAA base funding for two Engineering faculty $295.8 FY14 UAA base funding for AK Native Business & Public Policy faculty $128.2 $356.1 FY14 legislative increment supporting the SBDC FY14 facility operations costs funded for KPC Career Tech Center and Mat Su Paramedic and Nursing addition. Naming of the Alaska Airlines Center $6.3M gift Governor’s OMB Priority: Resource Development Strategic Direction: UAA’s Public & Private Industry Partners

18 Support Growth in Alaska’s High Demand Careers Response to Mining Industry Training Needs in Geology $200.0 – Two faculty positions, economic and environmental geology Aviation Technology Flight Ops Safety and Oversight $160.4 – Flight operations for associate and bachelor’s in professional piloting – Flight Operations Manager and Coordinator, TVEP ends after FY14 Support Engineering Technical Instruction Needs $87.0 – High program growth results in need for Computer/Software Coordinator in support of 6 computer labs and specialized software/technical needs High Demand Health Career Expansion: Dietetics and Nutrition $139.4 – Move faculty position off TVEP funding for bachelors programs Governor’s OMB Priority: Resource Development Strategic Direction: UAA’s Public & Private Industry Partners

19 Support Quality Health Care for Alaskans Alaska Health Workforce Pipeline (AHEC) $652.9 – Alaska’s Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) centers are administered by UAA’s Office of Health Programs Development Engaging youth and others to enter health careers Encourage health students to work in rural AK through clinical rotations in rural areas Retain health professionals in rural areas Improving Alaskans’ Access to Health Care Through Workforce Supply $190.0 – Office of Health Programs Development (OHPD) support Governor’s OMB Priority: Resource Development Strategic Direction: UAA’s Public & Private Industry Partners

20 Stay Connected to the Alaska Community Diversifying Funding Streams for a Sustainable Future $362.0 – Support growth of UAA development and advancement needs with critical leadership and support positions Mat SU Valley Center for Arts and Learning (VCAL) Facility Manager $75.0 – Facility manager to schedule and solicit facility uses – VCAL serves both academic and community uses such as theatre productions Governor’s OMB Priority: Resource Development Strategic Direction: UAA’s Public & Private Industry Partners

21 Alaska related research expenditures are $2.5M higher in FY12 than in FY11, reflecting the importance of climate change research FY13 INNOVATE awards distributed $200.0 funding to stimulate innovative research in diverse areas from wireless sensor nodes to turtle hearts. – FY12 INNOVATE awards produced $350.0 in external funding, four invention disclosures and three evolved into patents pending. UAA has 25 invention disclosures with nine patents pending. Seawolf Holdings established the first startup company ZENSOR LLC based upon remote sensing research done by UAA faculty Don Young received an overview of UAA research and commercialization efforts and toured ISB including the Sim Lab UAA research supports state transportation, weather forecasting, spill response, Alaska environment and healthy Alaska communities. Governor’s OMB Priority: All Strategic Direction: Research & Development to Sustain Alaska

22 $75.0 UAA base funding to support College of Health faculty research incentives $120.0 UAA base funding to the Center for Behavioral Health – Unfunded FY14 legislative request funded internally $30.0 one-time legislative increment for a Director of the Institute for Circumpolar Health in partnership with the Mental Health Trust INNOVATE awards continue Governor’s OMB Priority: All Strategic Direction: Research & Development to Sustain Alaska

23 Entrepreneurship Activities Spur Economic Growth (UACED) $300.0 – Create Director of Entrepreneurship Initiative (CEDEI) at the University of Alaska Center for Economic Development Develop entrepreneurship courses, conduct research Coordinate programs such as Lemonade Day – Educate and encourage innovative thinking, venture competencies – Create student intern positions – Entrepreneurship and Leadership Seminars Governor’s OMB Priority: All Strategic Direction: Research & Development to Sustain Alaska

24 Research supporting healthy Alaska Communities – Tobacco smoke, hospital patient satisfaction, inhalant use, climate change, homeless intervention UAA hosted the first Alaska Native Studies Conference – 300 people talk about ways to integrate Native language and cultural studies in Higher Ed Recognized for national standards of excellence – ANSEP Harvard’s top 25 list of “innovations in American Government:” – Named Military Friendly School fourth consecutive year Responsible resource management – Three year phased renovation of the Natural Science Building Governor’s OMB Priority: All Strategic Direction: Accountability to the People of Alaska

25 $50.0 FY14 UAA base funding for Interdisciplinary Education in Children’s Mental Health – Unfunded FY14 legislative request funded internally – Create curriculum and deliver courses to better prepare behavioral health professionals in Alaska for work in the field of children’s mental health $330.0 FY14 legislative increment for campus safety and security hires additional police officers, dispatcher, library safety patrols at three campuses in Southcentral Alaska. $244.9 FY14 UAA base funding for Alumni Relations – Alumni members include leaders, workers and community members in every sector of Alaska-business, nonprofit, government, education environment, arts and culture. Governor’s OMB Priority: All Strategic Direction: Accountability to the People of Alaska

26 Responsible Resource Management: Fixed Facility Operating Costs $3,435.7 – $2,720.0 Alaska Airlines Center (Sports Arena) – $465.0 Mat Su Valley Center for Arts & Learning – $167.4 Bragaw Office Building – $54.5 PWSCC Wellness Center – $28.8 KPC Career Tech Building Governor’s OMB Priority: All Strategic Direction: Accountability to the People of Alaska

27 Total FY15 Operating Budget Program Increments: $2,341.7 GF $490.0 NGF SDI ThemeIncrement Request TitleGFNGF 1Partnerships: Public & Private Industry Alaska Health Workforce Pipeline (AHEC) Partnerships: Public & Private Industry Improving Alaskans’ Access to Health Care Through Workforce Supply (OHPD) Research & DevelopmentAlaska Center for Economic Development Entrepreneurship Activities Partnerships: Public & Private Industry Response to Mining Industry Training Needs in Geology Partnerships: Public & Private Industry Aviation Technology Flight Operations Safety and Oversight Partnerships: AK SchoolsEnhance Delivery Methods in Alaska Native Student Instruction Partnerships: Public & Private Industry Diversifying Funding Streams for a Sustainable Future Partnerships: Public & Private Industry Support Engineering Technical Instruction Needs Student AchievementAdvising Tools to Provide Clear Pathways Partnerships: Public & Private Industry High Demand Health Career Expansion- Dietetics and Nutrition Partnerships: Public & Private Industry Mat Su Valley Center for Arts and Learning Facility Manager 75.0

28 Total FY15 Operating Budget Fixed Cost Increments: $3,435.7 GF SDI ThemeIncrement Request TitleGF 1Accountability to the People of Alaska Alaska Airlines Center (Sports Arena)2, Accountability to the People of Alaska Mat Su Valley Center for Arts & Learning) Accountability to the People of Alaska Bragaw Office Building Accountability to the People of Alaska PWSCC Wellness Center54.5 5Accountability to the People of Alaska KPC Career Tech Building28.8

29 University of Alaska Anchorage FY15 Capital Budget Requests 8 August 2013

30 Planning and Design New Construction Academic Equipment Land Acquisition Deferred Maintenance Renewal FY15--UAA Capital Budget Request

31 Anchorage Campus 1.Campus Building Envelope/Roof Renewal$ 2.00M 2.Campus Building Interiors & Systems Renewal$ 1.00M 3.Campus Exterior Infrastructure & Signage Renewal$ 0.25M 4.EM1 and EM2 Mechanical ($5.58M)$ 1.25M 5.WFSC Near Term R&R ($5.0M)$ 5.00M 6.Library Old Core Mech Upgrades ($12.0M)$ 2.50M Anchorage Campus Share of $50M approx. $12M FY15--UAA R&R/Deferred Maintenance

32 Community Campuses 1.KPC KRC Campus Renewal $0.50M 2.Kodiak Campus Renewal $0.42M 3.PWSCC Campus Renewal $0.30M 4.Mat-Su Campus Renewal $0.60M 5.KPC KBC Campus Renewal $0.12M 6.KPC Career Tech Backfill ($3.5M)$0.20M 7.Mat-Su Parking/Road/Circ Renewal ($1.7M)$0.19M 8.KPC KBC Gas Conversion ($0.4M)$0.07M 9.PWSCC Parking/Security Upgrades ($2.5M)$0.06M 10.KPC Academic Ctr/Classroom Renewal ($2.0M)$0.05M UAA Community Campus Share of $50M approx. $2.5M FY15--UAA Capital Budget Request FY15--UAA R&R/Deferred Maintenance

33 FY15--UAA Planning and Design Funds Anchorage 1.Master Plan Circulation Improvements$ 1.00M 2.Health Sciences Phase II Building & Parking $ 12.0M Community Campus 1.Kodiak Vocational Technology$ 2.30M 2.PWSCC Lecture Hall /Work force Development$ 0.90M 3.MSC Roads and Parking$ 0.20M 4.MSC Science Facility Addition$ 0.30M FY15--UAA Capital Budget Request

34 FY15--UAA New Construction Anchorage Campus - 2 Projects Engineering PH I - Instructional Lab Bldg (TPC $133.8M) $56.4M –Includes Remainder of New Building (80K GSF) –Structured parking (450 spaces) –Existing Bldg Renewal Master Plan Circulation Improvements$10.0M – (Mallard, UL Drive, Housing, UAA Drive, Pedestrian Trails) Community Campus – 1 Project Kodiak Vo-tech and Warehouse $ 24.3M FY15--UAA Capital Budget Request

35 1.Elmore Roundabout to UL Drive Connection—$1M 2.Mallard Rd Realignment--$4M 3.Pedestrian Crossing UAA Dr.--$1M 4.Housing Road Connection Improvements --$3M 5.Various Pedestrian Trail Improvements--$1M All Pricing is Rough Order of Magnitude(ROM) FY15--UAA New Construction— Master Plan Circulation Improvements $10.0M

36 FY15--UAA Land, Property and Facilities Acquisition Anchorage Adjacent Land – Always interested in adjacent property Anchorage Warehouse and Support Facility – To co-locate Facilities staff, shops and equipment near campus – No property identified but being vigilant Anchorage Industrial Training Center – Consolidate CTC Industrial Activities – No property identified but being vigilant Homer Adjacent Property – A lot on the SW corner of the block is available KPC Adjacent Property – Looking into the adjacent property North of Campus about 147 Acres FY15--UAA Capital Budget Request

37 FY15--UAA Academic Equipment Anchorage Campus UAA Data Center Disaster Recovery$600K UAA ADC Blade System Lifecycle Replacement$250K Science/ Engineering Equipment Replacement$1.9M Arts—Anchorage Theater Curtains and Seating$1.0M Campus Lab Support for High Demand Jobs$2.2M FY15--UAA Capital Budget Request

38 FY15—UAA Use of the Strategic Investment Chart FY15--UAA Capital Budget Request FY15--UAA Capital Budget Request Can be used as a tool to validate R&R/DM priorities Not fully populated Admin Facilities and mixed use facilities need to be populated

39 FY15--UAA Capital Budget Request Fund not yet established UA Rules on how the fund is administered are under development Fund needs to come with “new” money otherwise we are just moving money around Concerned with funding being pulled from FY14 R&R/DM budget to fund UBC Concerned that placing some facilities in the fund and not others will complicate the process FY 15 –UAA Facilities Thoughts on the Building Fund


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