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1 Cuyahoga Community College Cleveland, OH Community College Funding Mark Curtis-Chávez Associate Dean Liberal Arts David Frazee Associate Dean Business & IT

2 PREVIEW The Community College The Challenge The Funding Pie Changes in Funding The Response to Changes in Funding The Administrator’s Role Summary

3 THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Joliet Junior College, ,200 Institutions Open Access Mission Multiple Missions Remedial Education: More Than 60% Close to Half the Nation Enrolled Cost: 2-Year vs 4-Year

4 Ohio Two-Year Colleges

5 Annual Attendance Enrolled in Community College:8.3 million Enrolled in University: 11.7 million Total: 20 million

6 Annual Cost Community College:$3000 University: $9,000

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8 Community College Student Profile Average age—28 First generation to attend college—42% Single parents—13% Non–U.S. citizens—6% Veterans—3% Students with disabilities—12%

9 Community College Student Profile Full-time students employed full time—21% Full-time students employed part time—59% Part-time students employed full time—40% Part-time students employed part time—47%

10 THE CHALLENGE: REDUCTION IN FUNDING Reduced State Funding Completion Agenda Data-driven Dollars Reduction in Pell Grant Limitation on Tuition Increases State Student-Aid Reduction

11 THE FUNDING PIE Pie-eating contest

12 THE FUNDING PIE at Cuyahoga Community College 1. Tuition & Fees13% Personal Loan Scholarship 2. Taxes - Two 5 year levies 30% 3. State Appropriations 20% FTE Capital 4. Federal Monies—Grants 28% 5. Foundation – 2%

13 THE FUNDING PIE at Other U.S. Community Colleges Average Percent of Funding Tuition % Local (Tax levy) 0 -30% State % Other 5%

14 Pell Grants – FEDERAL $ Definition: Needs-based federal grant Total amount which can be awarded: $5,500 Percent of total community college students who receive Pell Funding: 34%

15 Sources of Funding at Cuyahoga

16 Show Me the Money

17 RESPONSES TO CHANGES IN FUNDING 1. ReductionsPhilanthropy 2. Performance-basedLimited Enrollment

18 Philanthropy - Foundation Presidential Scholarship Luncheon, featuring the Right Honorable Tony Blair raised more than $1 million for student scholarships and was supported by more than 1,200 guests,raised a record amount for student scholarships Spring Benefit, Motown on the Lake, was supported by more than 1400 guests and raised more than $280,000 for student scholarships ・ Tri- C JazzFest Cleveland : Over $200,000 raised from community partners to support outreach and youth programs which reached more than 11,000 individuals through concerts, and more than 15,000 individuals through educational and community outreach programs ・ Provided $1.2 million for scholarships for Tri-C students during the academic year. 4. Employee contributions

19 The Approach At Cuyahoga Community College Cleveland, Ohio

20 The Approach Developmental EducationVFA HED Compact NSO Mentoring Early Alert Pedagogy: Collaborative Learning, Learning Communities, Success Courses Student Progress & Outcomes Workforce, Economic, & Community Development Assessing Student Learning Outcomes

21 Going Forward The FoundationOhio Association of CCs Focused on scholarships Recent victory: Tommy LiPuma Center for the Creative Arts Loosely organized Voluntary monetary support

22 THE ADMINISTRATOR’S ROLE At Cuyahoga Community College Cleveland, Ohio

23 The Administrator’s Role: An Example Student Success Lower Costs Increase grad rates Increase Dev Ed completion rates Increase fill rates Offer fewer sections Cancel fewer sections

24 SUMMARY Reductions in funding has led to a number of responses to improve: Student Success Rates Efficiency Alternative funding streams

25 QUESTIONS?


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