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2 79% % of students placed after graduation Fulfilling Ohio’s Educational Vision State Board of Career Colleges and Schools 2011 Annual Report

3 We have A long tradition of excellence In existence since the 1850s Davis College, Toledo – 157 years Bryant & Stratton, Cleveland – 155 years Miami-Jacobs, Dayton – 151 years National College, 7 locations – est to train railway clerks

4 Career School Graduates include: Automobile Industry Titan – Henry Ford Standard Oil Founder – John D. Rockefeller

5 We Pioneered virtual learning environments University of Phoenix offered first complete online education programs for bachelor’s and master’s degrees Stood at the forefront for hybrid learning -combination of online & classroom instruction

6 We Provide professional, technical, and career-specific programs – In 200+ occupational areas – Grant degrees, certificates and diplomas – Provide millions of dollars in scholarships Play a major role in Ohio’s educational vision

7 We are State Board of Career Colleges and Schools 2011 Annual Report 242 Career Colleges and Schools 46 degree-granting colleges on 87 campuses Privately owned and operated Local, state and federal taxpayers Direct contributors to Ohio’s economy 4,016 FT and 3,300 PT employees $235,271,366 payroll $610,123,756 purchased goods and services

8 We are Highly Regulated: Licensed by the State of Ohio Overseen by the Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and Schools Approved by the U.S. Dept. of Education Board of Regents Certificate of Authorization Nationally and/or regionally accredited: Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools North Central Association Distance Education and Training Council Accrediting Council for Contributing Education and Training

9 Students We Serve Women account for nearly 70 percent of career college enrollment Minorities make up more than 32 percent of our enrollment, the highest percentage of all four sectors of higher education 66 percent of our students are age 25 and older We help veterans transition from war zones to the workplace; 26 percent of all veterans nationally choose career colleges and schools when they return to civilian life

10 Fulfilling Ohio’s Educational Vision Preparing for Ohio Jobs Leading in almost every fast-growth job category About 72% of career college graduates earned degrees in fields projected to be among Ohio’s fastest growing occupations Our students represent: 29 % of all graduates earning a computer/technology degree 18 % of all graduates in the state earning a health-related degree

11 We are Investing in bricks-and mortars institutions in local communites Investing in 21st century technology to connect students, teachers and potential employers Investments are through private capital with no direct taxpayer subsidy

12 State Board of Career Colleges and Schools 2011 Annual Report We are Controlling the cost of Tuition Between career colleges posted a smaller increase in tuition than other colleges and universities in the state Tuition rose by only 7.8% at career colleges vs. 10.4% across the board

13 Legislative Scholarships 30 Career Colleges and Schools offer more than 220 Legislative Scholarships to high school seniors Candidates are nominated by members of the Ohio General Assembly Value of more than $1M

14 Creative Programs from Our Schools Davis College, Toledo – Signature Scholar Award – Rewards dedicated students with their final quarter free of charge ITT Technical Institute – $4.6M in Tuition Reduction to Ohio Students

15 Ohio College Opportunity Grant Provides tuition assistance to needy students Vital to sustaining trained workforce and state’s economy Reduces the amount that students need to borrow, thus lowering student debt Necessary for the future of our students

16 Questions? State Board of Career Colleges and Schools 2011 Annual Report


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