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1 The University of Texas at El Paso Building a National Reputation By Successfully Serving its Region The University of Texas at El Paso Building a National Reputation By Successfully Serving its Region Diana Natalicio, President The University of Texas at El Paso Association of American Colleges and Universities October 22, 2010

2 2 Pre-College Preparation Financial Aid & Scholarships Academic & Career Advising Degree Program Options Flexible Class Scheduling Pre-College Preparation Financial Aid & Scholarships Academic & Career Advising Degree Program Options Flexible Class Scheduling Robust Research Infrastructure Competitive Faculty & Students Expanded Graduate Programs Enhanced Graduate Fellowships Enriched Undergraduate Programs Robust Research Infrastructure Competitive Faculty & Students Expanded Graduate Programs Enhanced Graduate Fellowships Enriched Undergraduate Programs Closing the Gaps Tier One Access and Excellence at

3 3 Graduation Rates for Major Texas Cities and El Paso Region, Source: Texas Education Agency.

4 High School Graduates who have Completed the Recommended Curriculum or the Distinguished Achievement Program in the Major Metropolitan Areas of Texas

5 5 UTEP Enrollment Trends Closing the Gap in Student Participation

6 6 Largest U.S. Ethnic Groups Shown Source: UTEP Center for Institutional Evaluation, Research and Planning UTEP Enrollment: Student Race/Ethnicity Trends 76.2% 10.0% 2.8%

7 7 UTEP Student Origins Source: UTEP Center for Institutional Evaluation, Research and Planning

8 8 Top 10% Enrollment at UTEP Source: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Query of all top 10% in Fall 2009 from El Paso County who enrolled in any Texas Public University or 4-year college

9 9 Source: THECB Affordability Survey Texas Regional Median Incomes for

10 10 Number of UTEP students who applied for financial aid: 16,147 Average family income of financial aid applicants: $33,907 Number of financial aid applicants with family income of $20,000 or less:6,828 Percent of financial aid applicants with family income of $20,000 or less:42% Percent of students with family income of less than $20,000 at large public research (doctoral) universities: 10%. Percent of students with family income of less than $20,000 at small and mid-size private colleges and universities: 12% (Council of Independent Colleges: Percent of students with family income of less than $20,000 at community colleges: 29% (Lumina Foundation Focus, Fall 2005, P. 5). Financial Aid

11 11 UTEP Tuition: Comparisons With Other Texas Public Universities

12 12 UTEP Awarded 3,820 Degrees in

13 13 Establishing and Exceeding Aggressive Targets for Degrees Awarded

14 14 Undergraduate Degrees and Enrollment Trends

15 Growth in Undergraduate Degrees Awarded vs. Graduation Rate 15

16 16 UTEP Doctoral Enrollment Growth Source: UTEP Center for Institutional Evaluation, Research and Planning 600

17 17 Growth in Total Research Expenditures Fiscal Years Source: Office of Research and Sponsored Projects * Reported to NSF, Science Resources Statistics (SRS), Jan * *

18 18 UTEPs National Research University Goals Annual expenditure of at least $100 million in externally funded research, according to commonly accepted national standards; and Annual graduation of approximately 200 doctoral degrees. Annual expenditure of at least $100 million in externally funded research, according to commonly accepted national standards; and Annual graduation of approximately 200 doctoral degrees.

19 19 Projected Growth by 2020 increase student enrollment from 22,000 to 29,500; increase the number of tenured and tenure-track faculty from 508 to 720; increase the provision of research, instructional, and associated support space by 2.4 M GSF; and increase the number of doctoral programs to 40. increase student enrollment from 22,000 to 29,500; increase the number of tenured and tenure-track faculty from 508 to 720; increase the provision of research, instructional, and associated support space by 2.4 M GSF; and increase the number of doctoral programs to 40.

20 20 Projected Research Growth

21 21 Research Priorities and Cross-Cutting Research Themes Health and Biomedical Sciences & Engineering Education for the 21 st Century Demographic National Defense and Border Security Global Enterprise & Border Studies Energy & Environment Research Priorities Cross-Cutting Research Themes Cyberinfrastructure and Collaborative Environments U.S.-Mexico and Latin America: Social and Behavioral Issues Emerging Technologies: Information Technology, Biotechnology, & Nanotechnology

22 22 Total Enrollment Fall 2005 to Fall 2020

23 23 Doctoral Degrees Fiscal Years:

24 Closing the Gaps in Hispanic Student Participation by Emerging Tier-One Research Universities in Texas 24

25 Vision The University of Texas at El Paso will proudly become THE FIRST NATIONAL RESEARCH (TIER ONE) UNIVERSITY with a 21st Century Student Demographic The University of Texas at El Paso will proudly become THE FIRST NATIONAL RESEARCH (TIER ONE) UNIVERSITY with a 21st Century Student Demographic 25


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