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December 12, 2008. Dr. Les Wong, President (1980 – 2003 Cohorts)

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1 December 12, 2008

2 Dr. Les Wong, President

3 (1980 – 2003 Cohorts)

4 (1993 – 2002 Cohorts)

5 (1993 – 2003 Cohorts)

6 (1998 – 2006 Cohorts) YearNumber 2 Years 3 Years 4 Years 5+ Years %25.7%32.4%42.9% %17.6%23.5%28.4% %18.3%24.8%40.5% %22.6%33.5%43.9% %9.2%13.5%26.2% %14.4%23.5%34.6% %9.6%15.0%n/a %10.4%n/a %n/a IR/PBD Includes those who ladder up to an associate or baccalaureate degree (including degree date)

7 (1998 – 2006 Cohorts) YearNumber 1 Year 2 Years 3 Years 4 Years >4 Years %17.2%41.4%48.3%65.5% %9.7%16.1%22.6%29.0% %15.8%21.1% 42.1% %27.7%36.2%42.6%51.1% %19.3%29.8%35.1%38.6% %10.0%21.7%25.0%31.7% %26.9%34.6%35.9%n/a %11.3%23.9%n/a %23.3%n/a Includes those who ladder up to an associate or baccalaureate degree (including degree date) IR/PBD

8 (1998 – 2006 Cohorts) YearNumber 1 Year 2 Years 3 Years 4 Years >4 Years %13.9%17.6%20.4%38.8% %17.9%20.5%22.3%45.5% %16.9%20.3%20.9%40.5% %23.0%23.7%28.9%43.0% %10.7%13.4% 23.5% %9.8%12.2%17.1%26.8% %15.6% 21.3%n/a %15.9%18.1%n/a %20.1%n/a IR/PBD Includes those who ladder up to an associate or baccalaureate degree (including degree date)

9 (1993 – 2003 Cohorts)

10 Dr. Susan Koch Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

11 State 2007/2008 Total International Students Tuition and Fees (millions) Living Expenses and Dependents (millions) U.S. Support (millions) Total Contribution (millions) U.S. Total623,805$10,639.1$11,391.6$6,487.5$15,543.1

12 State 2007/2008 Total International Students Tuition and Fees (millions) Living Expenses and Dependents (millions) U.S. Support (millions) Total Contribution (millions) California85,009$1,376.2$1,846.5$770.5$2,452.3 New York69,9401, ,952.7 Texas51, ,055.4 Massachusetts31, ,004.0 Pennsylvania25, Illinois28, Florida26, Michigan22, Ohio19, Indiana15, Top 10 States Source: Open Doors Report

13 Country Number of Students % Increase From Previous Year % of Total Foreign Students in U.S. India94, China81, South Korea69, Japan33, Canada29, Taiwan29, Mexico14, Turkey12, Saudi Arabia 9, Thailand 9, Total$382, % Source: Open Doors Report

14 Primary Source of Funding % of Total Personal and family funds62.3 U.S. college or university25.9 Home government/university3.4 U.S. government0.5 U.S. private sponsor1.0 Foreign private sponsor1.0 International organization0.2 Current employment4.7 Other sources1.0 Source: Open Doors Report

15 Field of Study % of Total Business and Management19.6 Engineering17.0 Physical and Life Sciences9.3 Social Sciences8.7 Mathematics and Computer Sciences8.2 Fine and Applied Arts5.6 Health Professions5.1 Intensive English Language4.6 Undeclared3.4 Education3.1 Humanities3.1 Agriculture1.6 Other10.8 Source: Open Doors Report

16 UniversityIn-StateOut-of-StateInternational University of Michigan – Ann Arbor$11,038$33,069 Michigan State University10,214 25,672 Central Michigan University 9,270 22,590 Michigan Technological University10,761 22,522 Eastern Michigan University 8,15721,55221,464 Oakland University 8,05518,803 Western Michigan University 8,22818,720 University of Michigan – Dearborn 8,52718,612 Wayne State University 8,10917,379 Ferris State University 9,00015,90016,062 Lake Superior State University 7,89415,64815,788 University of Michigan – Flint 7,75114,96814,384 Saginaw Valley University 6,49214,890 Grand Valley State University 8,19612,510 Northern Michigan University 7,27811,230 Source: The Chronicle of Higher Education and Universities’ Web Pages

17 Year Number of Students 2001 – – – – – – – Source: NMU COGNOS Report

18 Source: International Programs Office Date Base CountryNumber of Students Canada23 Japan 5 Kenya 4 Sweden 4 India 3 Norway 3 Finland 3 Brazil 2 Nepal 2 South Korea 2 Turkey 2 Tanzania 2 Australia 1 Bahamas 1 Cameroon 1 Germany 1 Ghana 1 Hong Kong 1 Nigeria 1 Portugal 1 Saint Lucia 1 Thailand 1 Trinidad and Tobago 1 TOTAL (23 countries)66

19 Number of Students 2008 – 2009 Exchange Full Athletic Scholarship U.S. Governmental Support Full-Tuition Paying Source: NMU Financial Aid Office

20  Current recruitment efforts: advertising campaign, on the internet, and with print materials  Participate in recruiting tours in:  Canada  Latin America  Gulf States  Asia  Turkey  Submit several grant applications  Contact Saudi Arabia Cultural Mission  Sign MOU with universities abroad  International Speakers Series Source: International Programs Office

21  There is a need to create a “critical mass” of international students that will facilitate the recruitment of international students  NMU has a comparative advantage, price-wise, for international students against any other Michigan universities  NMU campus technology, including the laptop program, is very attractive to international students  Location, recreation opportunities, and safety appeals to both students and parents; however, the weather is a concern for some  Number of academic programs is another plus for recruiting international students  MBA program will facilitate international recruitment efforts  Lack of more flights in and out of Marquette is another constraint  Cost of credential evaluations (NMU - $175 against $30 of other universities) increases the initial application expenditure

22  Continue and increase international recruitment efforts - major results will be seen from the third to fifth year  Continue efforts to establish international exchange agreements  Expand efforts to apply for international grants that include faculty and student exchange  Establish articulation agreements with domestic community colleges with high numbers of international students (i.e., Oakland Community College with 1,200 international students)  Increase the international academic award to the same level as the domestic out-of-state academic award ($2,200 - $3,500)


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