Presentation on theme: "1 Leadership Breakfast April 4, 2012. $ COST SAVINGS All Oklahoma institutions of higher education have decreased their need for additional funds for."— Presentation transcript:
$ COST SAVINGS All Oklahoma institutions of higher education have decreased their need for additional funds for mandatory operating obligations by cost savings efforts. A total cost savings of $347.1 million from 2009-13. Energy Conservation Energy Conversion Changes in Salaries and Benefits Changes and Elimination of Positions Reduction in Supplies IT Savings Source: Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education 2
Technology Cost Savings $40 Million $203.9 Million over 5 years 3
4 Nationally, Oklahoma is Ranked: 8 th in Higher Education Efficiency 8 th in College Affordability 16 th in STEM Job Growth Source: “Enterprising States” – A Project of the US Chamber of Commerce and the National Chamber Foundation
5 2013 Budget Needs FY’12 Appropriation$945,260,277 ___________________________________________________________ FY’13 Appropriation Request Program Sustainability a.Mandatory Fixed Cost Increase$27,805,558 b.Endowed Chair Bond Issue Debt Service$4,031,140 c.Section 13 Offset$1,189,980 d.Concurrent Enrollment$1,600,000 Office of Accountability$98,729 Total New FY’13 State Funds$34,725,407 Total FY’13 State Appropriation$979,985,684 $ Difference from State FY’12 Appropriation$34,725,407 % Difference from State FY’12 Appropriation3.7%
6 Emergency Physician/Nursing, Allied Health Shortage $1,000,000 – to the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center for the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine School of Community Medicine in Tulsa. $1,000,000 – to the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences for the College of Osteopathic Medicine. $2,000,000 – to Regional and Two-Year Colleges for the enhancement of academic programs and scholarships in nursing, general education in health professionals, pre-med, and allied health and health care services on campus.
Increase Degrees and Certificates by 1,700 per year. Increase Degrees Earned from 30,500 to 50,900 67% Increase by 2023
The State Regents, all 25 institutions, and all governing boards believe that there is no scenario where placing guns on campuses will do anything other than create a more dangerous environment for our students and faculty on campus. In past four legislative sessions, legislation has been introduced or discussed that would allow certain students to carry concealed weapons onto college property we have successfully defeated the legislation to date. It will continue to be a priority of the system to ensure this legislation is not law. 8 Legislative Agenda – Concealed Weapons