Presentation on theme: "Tuition Revenue Working Group Meeting #1 November 17, 2009."— Presentation transcript:
Tuition Revenue Working Group Meeting #1 November 17, 2009
How does CBS earn Tuition Revenue? 25% of the tuition paid by a student goes to the college they are enrolled in. 75% of the tuition paid by a student goes to the college of the course they took.
Tuition over the last 5 years (undergraduate)
Student Credit Hours (SCH)
Student Credit Hours (Less BIOL)
Total Grad and UGrad SCH
Undergraduate Headcount by Major
Graduate Headcount by Major
Revenues per Undergrad Banded Resident Tuition + Fees = $9,120 + $1,200 CBS share = $4,902 25% Tuition and Fees- College of Enrollment$2,580 75% Tuition and Fees (Average CBS Portion*)$2,322 * Typical CBS student takes 1/3 courses from CBS, 1/3 from IT, 1/3 from CLA
Revenue per Grad Student in GCD or BMBB Grad at Banded Rate- $11,212 (2 sem) 25% Tuition- College of Enrollment/2$1,402 75% Tuition- Shared Grads take 94% of credits in CBS/2 $3,952 CBS share =$5,354
Revenue per Grad Student in EEB, MICE, PlantBio Grad at Banded Rate- $11,212 (2 sem) 25% Tuition- College of Enrollment$2,803 75% Tuition- Shared Grads take 94% of credits in CBS $7,904 CBS share =$10,707
How can we Increase Tuition Revenue? Increase the number of students enrolled in our programs Increase our offerings of existing courses and draw more students who might otherwise take a course in another college Offer new courses to all majors.
How can we decrease our costs? Faculty teach more, reducing the need for hired instructors