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1 UNCG Projected Tuition and Fees 2011-2012 Board of TrusteesThe University of North Carolina at GreensboroDecember 2, 2010
2 Tuition and Fee Process UNCG Tuition and Fee Committee co-chaired by Vice Provost and Vice Chancellor for Student AffairsTwo subcommittees reviewed campus-based tuition increases and potential fee increases (including student activity fee, student health fee, educational and technology fee)Student Fee Sub-Committee heard fee requests over past 2-3 weeksTuition Sub-Committee met and discussed proposed tuitionCommittee considered recommendations from two sub-committees, reviewed facility fee proposals, and developed recommendations for ChancellorTuition and Fee Committee provided recommendations to Chancellor in late OctoberChancellor discusses with Students and develops final recommendationsBoard of Trustees will consider recommendations at December meeting
3 Campus Initiated Tuition Increase (CITI) Subcommittee Committee Chair: Alan Boyette, Vice Provost Student Leaders: Katie Marshall, Student Government Association President Cindy Webb, Graduate Student Association President Senate Chair: John Gamble, Faculty Senate Chair Josh Hoffman, Faculty Senate Chair-Elect Professional Staff: Cherry Callahan, Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Steve Honeycutt, Director of Financial Planning and Budgets Deborah Tollefson, Director of Financial Aid
4 Student Fee Subcommittee 17 members including 9 students, 4 faculty members, 4 administrators Committee Chair: Cherry Callahan, Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Undergraduate Students: Katie Marshall , President, Student Government Association John Johnston, Junior Amanda Headley, Junior Aaron Peoples, Sophomore Sarah Quirk, Sophomore Heather Sit, Senior Graduate Students: Cindy Webb, President, Graduate Student Association Elizabeth Reilley Chloe Russell Faculty Members: Terry Ackerman, Educational Research Methodology Robin Gee, Dance Catherine Holderness, Business Administration Sarah Martin, Art Administrators: Steve Honeycutt, Director of Financial Planning & Budgets Reade Taylor, Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs Deborah Tollefson, Director of Financial Aid
6 How does UNCG compare within our system? 2001-2002 Annual Rates InstitutionIn-State Undergraduate Tuition and FeesNC State$3,228UNC Chapel Hill$3,219UNC Greensboro$2,589UNC Wilmington$2,583East Carolina$2,501UNC Charlotte$2,456UNC Asheville$2,426NC Central$2,350Appalachian State$2,270NC A&T$2,239Western Carolina$2,237UNC Pembroke$2,069Winston-Salem State$1,918Elizabeth City State$1,840Fayetteville State$1,770
7 How does UNCG compare within our system? 2010-11 Annual Rates InstitutionIn-State Undergraduate Tuition and FeesUNC Chapel Hill$6,544NC State$6,395UNC Wilmington$5,324Appalachian State$5,175UNC Charlotte$5,118Western Carolina$5,054UNC Greensboro$4,926East Carolina$4,801UNC Asheville$4,678NC Central$4,481NC A&T$4,321UNC Pembroke$4,140Winston-Salem State$4,018Elizabeth City State$3,640Fayetteville State$3,452
8 How do UNCG’s tuition & fee rates compare nationally? For the twelfth year in a row, UNCG was ranked among the nation’s "best value” public colleges by The Princeton Review, an honor earned by only about 15 percent of the nation’s four-year colleges.In addition, Forbes Magazine included UNCG in its 2010 list of America’s Best College Buys. The university was listed 37th among 100 colleges and universities in the United States.
9 College Board Study of Undergraduate Tuition & Fees College Board annual study of average undergraduate costs of tuition and fees at four-year public colleges ( data):The in-state cost of tuition and fees at public universities averaged$7,605 in comparison to UNCG's cost of $4,926.For non-residents, the cost of tuition and fees at all publicuniversities averaged $19,595, in comparison to UNCG'snon-resident cost of $16,687.It's easy to see how The Princeton Review and Forbes concluded that UNCG offers an outstanding value.
10 What is tuition?Tuition (along with state appropriations) supports the cost of delivering instruction, academic support, and essential administrative infrastructure.
11 UNCG CITI Proposal Regular Term Tuition Increase Per Student Tuition RateIn-StateUndergraduate$ 211$ 3,454Graduate Student$ 242$ 3,969Out-of-State$ 975$ 15,979$ 988$ 16,195
12 How would tuition increase revenue be used? UNCG CITI ProposalTotal of approximately $4.5 millionFunds would remain at UNCG to support:Financial Aid $1.1 million (25%)Graduate Awards and Waivers $0.2 million (5%)Offset Budget Reductions in Faculty $3.2 million(70%)
14 What are Fees?UNC system Board of Governors authorized campuses to charge “general fees,” “fees related to the retirement of debt,” an “ASG fee,” and several special fees.Fees support student programs, services, and facilities on the campuses for which state funding can not be used.
15 What are Fees? “General fees” are Activities Athletics Educational & TechnologyHealth“Fees related to the Retirement of Debt”Facilities FeeOther Fees“ASG fee”Transportation
16 What Does It Provide? --Student Activities Fee 2010-11
17 What does it provide? --Athletics Fee Fee supports most costs of UNCG’s Division I intercollegiate athletics program.Some cost is met by revenue and by endowment income.Maintenance of athletics facilities is supported by the student activities fee.
18 What does it provide? --Educational and Technology Fee Educational = formerly “course fees”Technology = partial support of IT for student class and out-of-class use
19 What does it provide? --Facilities Fee Pays-off the debt incurred on “capital projects” when student facilities are built or renovated—for example:Soccer stadiumStudent Recreation CenterBaseball stadiumEUC renovationStudent Health Center expansion/renovation(**Facilities fee does not include residence halls, dining or parking facilities; these are paid by users.)
20 What does it provide? --ASG Fee Association of Student Governments of the 16 UNC campuses supports and advocates for the concerns of students
21 Who Pays General Fees?Students pay fees along with their tuition each semester.Exceptions:Distance learners who take no courses on campus pay only the Educational & Technology Fee.Graduate students enrolled in fewer than 6 credit hours and undergraduates enrolled in fewer than 9 credit hours have the option of paying the health fee or they could pay for services at the “market rate” of the Greensboro community.
22 How does UNCG compare? Required Fees 2010-2011 AthleticActivityHealthEd. & Tech.FacilityAd. Comp.SGATOTALUNCW43459318139868812,295WCU617526245363522,238ASU5695232565022,214UNCC489534170342485532,074UNCA6206832442842202,052ECU230202318501,920WSSU5794211873661901,744UNCCH2713434352081,729UNCP595527128216801,717NCAT5324432273361611,700UNCG(11th)368(14th)252(3rd)301(10th)272(7th)1,683NCCU5844082043521201,669NCSU1592463953201,542ECSU4932131971,436FSU450411115251951,323
23 How much are UNCG Annual fees? ‘06-’07‘07-’08‘08-’09‘09-’10‘10-’11‘11-’12% change(’10-’11 to ‘11-’12)Athletics40341344446148954110.63%Activities3233493593453683731.36%Health2092182262522571.98%Ed.&Tech.2472682762923013309.63%Sub-Total1,1821,2481,3051,3241,4101,5016.45%Facilities272490Ad. Comp.50ASG1Transportation47TOTAL$1,505$1,571$1,628$1,644$1,730$2,039inc./dec.+$ 66+$ 57+$16+$ 86+$309$ per semester
24 How will the 2011-2012 increases be used? All fee categories: Supplies; materials; equipmentrepair/replacement; etc.All fee categories: No salary increasesAthletics fee: Increasing cost of scholarships andoperationsHealth fee: Pharmacy TechnicianEducation and Network RefreshTechnology Fee:
26 Final Steps Nov 11 Board of Trustees Committee Meetings Dec 2 Board of Trustees Full Board MeetingFeb 11 Board of Governors Meeting**Legislative session begins in January—could have impact on tuition and fees