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1 Administrative Leadership Meeting Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015 Chancellor Randy Woodson

2 Upcoming ALM Topics March 10 Strategic Plan: Next Three Years (Titmus Theatre) May 12 TBA (Titmus Theatre)

3 Letter to the NC State Campus: Embracing our Community

4 Tuition and Fees for Recommendations approved by Trustees Now heads to BOG for approval 3 percent tuition increase for undergraduate residents, graduate residents and graduate nonresidents 6 percent tuition increase for undergraduate nonresidents Process follows new BOG mandate for a two-year review instead of a one-year review

5 Newest Rankings 12 th Best Value among Public Universities –Kiplingers 7 th Best Online Graduate IT program 9 th Best Online MBA program 11 th Best Online Graduate Engineering –U.S. News & World Report

6 Other Recognition University’s accreditation renewed for 10 years by SACSCOC Carnegie Community Engagement Classification renewed Tapped for President Obama’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll

7 “The article reviews encouraged me to critically evaluate another person's thinking. I realized the blind trust I gave to authors, and how little I stopped to question their methods and logic.” Improving Student Learning: What students had to say about their TH!NK courses last semester “Case studies in my life science first year class helped me to think about real world problems and think about many solutions to that problem.” “Every day walking into E101 [Engineering 101], I knew I'd be faced with either critical thinking problems, ethical issues to be pondered and discussed, or even tactical hands-on experiences. [Every activity] helped to add a meaningful difference to my higher order thinking abilities.” “All of the essays in English 101 have allowed me to think more clearly and form an opinion about various issues. I question everything I learn now, and want to know more about that information.”

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11 University Advancement Themes for today’s presentation Leveraging a growing sense of momentum at NC State Implementing a comprehensive fundraising campaign Key next steps

12 Gifts and Pledges FY 2009 – FY 2014

13 Gifts and Commitments to Schools/Colleges/Units FY 2014 University-wide$64.0 million Agriculture and Life Sciences$34.4 million Wolfpack Club/Athletics$23.3 million Engineering$20.3 million Veterinary Medicine$20.1 million Sciences$5.6 million Poole College of Management$5.0 million Natural Resources$3.2 million Humanities & Social Sciences$2.4 million Libraries$2.4 million Textiles$1.8 million DASA$1.7 million Design$1.2 million Alumni Association$1.0 million Education$1.0 million

14 Gifts and Pledges to Endowment FY 2009 – FY 2014 $185 million cash received over past five years

15 Growth in Endowment FY 2010 – FY 2014 Driven by new gifts and strong investment performance

16 Endowment Comparisons (FY13) Texas A&M $8,072,054,790

17 Growing Sense of Momentum 27 seven- and eight-figure gift commitments: scholarships, chairs, professorships and programs Giving from alumni represented $108M or 58% of total Young alumni and students giving back at impressive increased levels Annual giving up 25%

18 Number of Donors FY 2010 – FY 2014

19 Growing Sense of Momentum Alumni Association reaches record-high membership of 24,997; growth of 25% over last four years Top-performing social media platforms Creation and rollout of NC State brand Media placements up 400% in three years Strategic marketing efforts paying off

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21 What is a comprehensive campaign? “An intensive fundraising effort designed to raise a specified sum of money within a defined time period to meet the varied asset-building needs of an organization.”

22 Campaign Timeline Planning/Reachback Phase July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2013 Nucleus Phase July 1, 2013 – November 2016 Public Phase November 2016 – June 30, 2021

23 Campaign Progress to Date Reachback phase: $320M* Nucleus phase — year 1 (FY 2014): $187M Nucleus phase — year 2 (FY 2015):$ 86M Total (through 12/31/14): $593M Target at public kickoff: $900M+ * Gifts and pledges of $100K+ only Testing $1,500,000,000 Goal

24 Campaign Progress to Date Faculty support Student support Facilities Research, programs, etc. Operating support Donor allocation of gifts and commitments:

25 Campaign Overarching Goals Raise at least $1.5B for key university priorities Strengthen reputation of the university so that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts Expand and mobilize our alumni and volunteer community

26 Concentrations of Alumni in NC Fall 2012

27 NC State Alumni by State Fall 2014

28 Campaign Overarching Goals Raise at least $1.5B for key university priorities Strengthen reputation of the university so that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts Expand and mobilize our alumni and volunteer community Institute a broad-based culture of philanthropy by: – Showcasing the impact of giving – Recognizing philanthropic leadership

29 Campaign Overarching Goals Raise at least $1.5B for key university priorities Strengthen reputation of the university so that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts Expand and mobilize our alumni and volunteer community Institute a broad-based culture of philanthropy – Showcasing the impact of giving – Recognizing philanthropic leadership Establish a lasting University Advancement infrastructure

30 Key Next Steps Campaign volunteer structure Campaign themes Data and prospect analysis Focused outreach, engagement and solicitation Showcase the power of philanthropy

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