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  • 1. Higher Education in Minnesota Jessica Medearis Associate Director, MSCSA
  • 2.  What does MnSCU stand for?  How many colleges are part of MnSCU?  Who is the leader of the MnSCU system? Test Your Knowledge!
  • 3. M to the N to S-C-U!!
  • 4.  Minnesota has two public higher education systems. Higher Education in Minnesota
  • 5.  Minnesota also has a variety of private higher education institutions  Coordination by the Office of Higher Education Higher Education in Minnesota
  • 6.  MnSCU system was created in 1995  Merged all public schools, except the University of Minnesota  Efficiency, centralized services, oversight Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
  • 7.  State and tuition funded  System currently gets more than half of its funding from tuition  System has over 400,000 students  Subject to legislative oversight and direction Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
  • 8.  Critical Thinking  Broad Liberal Arts Education  Technical/Career Training  Customized Training Institutional Missions:
  • 9.  Five campuses and 65,000 students  Split focus between education and research  Less legislative oversight University of Minnesota
  • 10. A “Land Grant” School
  • 11.  Over 25 private four-year colleges and 8 private, for-profit institutions  No direct state aid  Students are eligible for financial aid  Institutions almost free from state oversight Private Colleges
  • 12.  Over 95,000 full-time two-year students  Online-intensive: 10,000 courses online  Educates 63% of the state’s undergraduates  2013-2014 Tuition Average: $5,370 The MnSCU System:
  • 13. Shared Governance Who’s in Charge?
  • 14.  Why is shared governance important?  How do you see shared governance in action on your campus?
  • 15.  Who? ◦ Legislature ◦ Board of Trustees ◦ Chancellor ◦ Vice Chancellors ◦ Presidents/Leadership Council ◦ Provosts ◦ Students, Faculty, Staff Shared Governance
  • 16.  15-member Board  6 year terms: 8 representing regions, 3 at-large, one labor  2 year terms: 3 students Board of Trustees
  • 17.  Vice Chancellors  Associate Vice Chancellors  Other Staff  Students  MSCF, IFO, MAPE, MSUAASF, AFSCME, MMA  Lawmakers  Media Other Decision-Makers
  • 18.  Four sectors of higher education  Mission, oversight, history, facts  MnSCU schools and governance Summary

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