Presentation on theme: "MIDWEST STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM (MSEP)"— Presentation transcript:
1MIDWEST STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM (MSEP) A program of the Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC)
2MIDWEST STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM (MSEP) To improve access to postsecondary education by providing more affordable opportunities for students to attend out-of-state institutions.Participating public institutions charge students no more than 150% of the in-state resident tuition rate for specific programsUndergraduate and/or graduate programs can be selected to be includedOver 100 institutions in Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and WisconsinBall State, Indiana State, and Purdue North Central are the Indiana public institutions
3Considerations for MSEP Participation One campus in a ‘system’ can participate without other campuses participating.The campus must agree to accept students at the 150% tuition from all states that are part of MSEP.Different admission standards, such as a higher GPA, can be set for students using the MSEP.Students can be excluded from other scholarship programs.Degree programs included in the program can be limited.Degree programs which are currently attractive to nonresident students can be excluded while programs that have limited nonresident enrollment can be made more attractive.
4Considerations for MSEP Participation The campus determines the criteria for determining if a student is a resident of a participating state.The campus can determine if it will include already enrolled students in the 150% tuition programs when it is implemented. MSEP has had institutions take both approaches.There is no fee for participating in this program.The agreement can be terminated by notifying MHEC and the currently enrolled students.
5IUPUI domestic UG applicants from participating states who applied but did not enroll 200920102011201220132014# of students140128226251276268
6Undergraduate Enrollment by Student Home State 2013-14 IllinoisMichiganWisconsinMissouriMinnesotaKansasTotalBall State243115473092446IUPUI114161185159Source:Midwest Student Exchange Enrollment DataBall StateFall 2014 total from OSDAE in Becky Porter Summary DocumentIUPUI
7Comparison of Ball State and IUPUI Tuition and Room-and-Board Costs 2014-15 Resident TuitionRoom & BoardIn-State TotalNon-resident TuitionNon-Resident TotalMSEP rateMSEP TotalBSU$9,344$9,644$18,988$23,316$32,960$14,016$23,660IUPUI$8,909$10,436$19,345$30,089$40,525Source:Tuition and HousingIUPUI and BSU tuition; BSU housingIUPUI Housing in University TowerIUPUI University Tower Meal Plan
10University of Alabama-Birmingham $9,280 $21,220 228.7% InstitutionResidentNon-ResidentNR as % of Resident RateIUPUI$8,909$30,089337.7%SUNY at Buffalo $7,307$16,997232.6%Temple University $14,696$24,722168.2%University of Alabama-Birmingham$9,280$21,220228.7%University of Cincinnati$11,000$26,334239.4%University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center$9,808$28,078286.3%University of Illinois at Chicago$13,634$26,024190.9%University of Louisville $10,432$24,320233.1%University of New Mexico$6,447$20,644320.2%University of South Florida $6,410$17,324270.3%University of Utah $7,935$25,267318.4%Virginia Commonwealth University $12,398$29,847240.7%Wayne State University$11,449$24,472213.7%Average of non-IUPUI peer institutions$10,066$23,771236.2%Source: College Board data available fromChronicle of Higher Education Website11/13/2014Published tuition and required feesIUPUI Enrollment ManagementAdditional information about the data is available from the site linked above11/18/2014
11InstitutionResidentNon-ResidentNR as % of Resident RateIU-Bloomington$10,388$33,241320.0%Purdue-West Lafayette$10,002$28,804288.0%Ball State$9,344$23,316249.5%Indiana State University$8,416$18,346218.0%Average of selected Indiana institutions$9,538$25,927271.8%Average of non-IUPUI peer institutions$10,066$23,771236.2%IUPUI$8,909$30,089337.7%