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  • 1. Vermont State Colleges   Presentation to the House Appropriations Committee February 13, 2013
  • 2. VSC Mission For the benefit of Vermont, the Vermont State Colleges provide affordable, high quality, student-centered and accessible education, fully integrating professional, liberal, and career study. Vermont State Colleges 2
  • 3. Statewide Access to VSC Colleges, Programs and Services Vermont State Colleges 3
  • 4. History of the VSC o  Five unique institutions, founded over the course of 200 years. •  Oldest: Castleton, founded 1787 •  Newest: Community College of Vermont, founded 1970 o  The Community College of Vermont, an institution that delivers its education across Vermont, through twelve regional academic centers and the use of technology, was founded by executive order of Governor Deane Davis. o  1961: Vermont Legislature creates a public corporation known as the Vermont State Colleges. o  The VSC Board is fully public and composed of four legislative trustees, nine members appointed by the Governor, as well as the Governor. The Chancellor serves, ex-officio. o  1977: The VSC Board of Trustees pushes a more closely aligned system for the public colleges. The Board took responsibility for financial, academic and personnel activities of the system through the Chancellor’s Office. That now includes information technology and data services as well. Vermont State Colleges 4
  • 5. Organization o  Instructional Staff: 1,346 •  Part Time: 1,063 o  Academic Support & Administrative Staff : 946 •  Part Time: 173 o  Total Employees: 2,292 o  Office of the Chancellor: 30 o  VSC Total Wages and Benefits: $121,000,000 Vermont State Colleges 5
  • 6. Castleton State College o  Bachelor’s and Master’s programs in Education and Education Leadership o  New comprehensive ten year plan lays foundation for increasing undergraduate enrollment to 2500 and developing several new graduate programs. o  Castleton welcomed 683 new first- year and transfer students. from 19 different states and six countries in Fall 2012. o  Vermont student enrollment has increased 7% since 2009, and is at its highest point ever. o  Unique programs: Nursing, CriminaVermont State Colleges 6
  • 7. Johnson State College o  Johnson’s External Degree Program (EDP) is a statewide bachelor’s degree-completion program allowing 500+ students to access Johnson courses, in partnership with CCV advisors and academic centers. o  Nationally recognized for faculty- mentored student research, including studying the Eden asbestos mine and analysis of the Lamoille watershed. o  Unique programs: BS in Wellness & Alternative Medicine; BA in Communications & Community Media (new); BS in Hospitality & Tourism; MA in Counseling Vermont State Colleges 7
  • 8. Lyndon State College o  ACCESS: giving every student a chance to go to college o  OPPORTUNITY: to work with faculty and staff to earn a 4-year degree and broaden one’s intellect and turn passions into professions o  EXCELLENCE: outstanding faculty, nationally recognized programs emphasizing experiential learning o  UNIQUE PROGRAMS: Atmospheric Sciences, Electronic Journalism Arts, Mountain Recreation Management, Music Business & Industry, Visual Communications Vermont State Colleges 8
  • 9. Vermont Technical College Vermont State Colleges o  More than 25 Bachelor’s and Associate’s degree options in today’s most sought-after fields. o  A consistent 97% job placement rate o  USDOL awarded Vermont Tech $3.4 million in support of the Institute for Applied Agriculture and Food Systems, which is focused on food processing and production, dairy farm management, and energy production. o  Unique programs: Allied Health including Nursing, Dental Hygiene & Respiratory Therapy, Computer & Engineering Technology, Agriculture, Fire Science, Professional Pilot Technology (Aviation), and Equine Studies Vermont Tech’s Randolph Center campus is surrounded by one of America’s most beautiful working landscapes. 9
  • 10. Community College of Vermont •  Serving over 12,000 Vermonters annually, at 12 locations statewide and online. •  380 military veterans are enrolled at CCV and are supported through a new seminar: Combat to Classroom, which helps veterans transition to college life. •  Highly transferable credits with guaranteed admission at many colleges and universities. •  In partnership with businesses across the state, CCV’s workforce efforts strengthen the skills of underemployed and unemployed Vermonters. •  1,200 high school students have enrolled in free Introduction to College Studies classes, and 600 high school and tech center students are participating in CCV’s dual enrollment programs. Vermont State Colleges 10
  • 11. Student Profile o 84% Vermonters o 62% of freshmen who stayed in Vermont for college chose to attend the VSC o 62% of VSC degree seeking students are the first in their families to attend college o 37% are nontraditional students, over age 25 o 84% of VSC graduates stay in Vermont o Job Placement Rate: 90%-98% by college Vermont State Colleges 11
  • 12. Enrollment by FTE Vermont State Colleges CSC JSC LSC VTC CCV Total VSC 2002 1,590 1,305 1,143 1,067 2,597 7,568 2007 1,903 1,482 1,310 1,321 3,065 9,041 2011 2,014 1,493 1,320 1,405 3,685 9,868 2012 2,024 1,415 1,374 1,401 3,520 9,685 Δ 1 Year .5% -5.2% 4.1% -.3% -4.5% -1.9% Δ Decade 28% 8.4% 20% 31% 35% 30% 12
  • 13. Enrollment by Headcount Vermont State Colleges CSC JSC LSC VTC CCV Total VSC 2002 1,727 1,691 1,317 1,249 4,990 10,644 2007 2,144 1,867 1,415 1,556 5,608 12,129 2011 2,192 1,859 1,422 1,603 6,578 13,200 2012 2,156 1,783 1,508 1,645 6,311 12,911 Δ 1 Year -1.6% -4.1% -6.0% 2.6% -4.1% -2.2% Δ Decade 25% 5.4% 14.5% 32% 27% 21% 13
  • 14. Enrollment by Residence Vermont State Colleges 14 VSC Headcount Enrollment by County of Residence, Fall 2012 VSC Fall Enrollment In-State Headcount* Out-of-State Headcount* Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) *Unduplicated Headcount 1995 2000 2005 2012
  • 15. 2012-13 Tuition & Fees Vermont State Colleges 2012-13 Tuition and All-Student Fees for Vermont Residents 157% 122% 100% 55% $14,808 $12,576 $12,024 $9,864 $5,588 VTC  Dental   CSC  Nursing   VTC   CSC/JSC/LSC   CCV   122% 100% 57%127%150% 15
  • 16. Degrees/Certificates Awarded Annually Vermont State Colleges 16 Degrees/Certificates Awarded to Vermonters *Total Awarded/Total Awarded to Vermonters 256/ 245 940/ 854 904/ 657 107/ 93 301/ 126 973/ 887 996/ 717 93/ 81 290/ 281 956/ 875 1,020/ 738 97/ 85
  • 17. Degrees Awarded by Major Vermont State Colleges 17 Health Professions 567 Business, Management & Marketing 358 Liberal Arts & Humanities 321 Education 140 Public Administration, Social Services, Security Professions 134 Visual & Performing Arts 131 Engineering Technologies 122 Psychology 113 Family, Consumer, Leisure & Fitness Studies 95 Literature, Languages, Communications & Journalism 88 Social Sciences & History 79 Agricultural, Construction, Mechanic, Telecommunications Tech. 74 Computer & Information Sciences & Technology 59 Natural Resources, Biological & Physical Sciences 39 Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies 23 Mathematics & Statistics 21
  • 18. Revenue: Tuition & Fees vs. State Operating Appropriation Vermont State Colleges 18 0 20 40 60 80 100 State Appropriation Student Tuition & Fees FY12FY05FY00FY90FY80 18.7% 26.3% 30.1% 39.5% 49% 81.3% 73.7% 69.1% 60.5% 51%
  • 19. VSC Appropriations Past 5 Years Vermont State Colleges General Fund FY2008 FY2009 (restored) FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 Gov. Rec. One-Time 0 $1,695,206 $1,722,837 $1,722,837 0 0 0 Base $24,146,750 $23,155,213 $23,107,247 $23,107,247 $23,107,247 $23,107,247 $24,300,464 Total (% change) $24,146,750 $24,850,419 $24,830,084 $24,830,084 $23,107,247 (-7%) $23,107,247 (0%) $24,300,464 (3%)* Allied Health FY2008 FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 Gov. Rec One-Time 0 $27,631 $27,631 0 0 0 0 General Fund $664,025 $663,130 $663,130 $711,096 $711,096 $711,096 $744,591 Global Commit- ment $405,407 $405,407 $405,407 $405,407 $405,407 $405,407 $405,407 Total Allied Health $1,069,432 $1,096,168 $1,096,168 $1,116,503 $1,116,503 $1,116,503 $1,149,998 19 *    In  addi(on  to  a  3%  ($693,217)  increase  in  the  FY2014  opera(ng  appropria(on  for  the  VSC,  the  General  Fund  total  includes  the   Next  Genera(on  Scholarship  funds  ($500,000)  in  addi(on  to  $693,000  (3%)  base  increase.  
  • 20. VSC Targeted Appropriations Vermont State Colleges Next Gen FY2008 FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 Gov. Rec. Scholar- ships $1,000,000 $950,000 $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 (embedded in base) Dual Enrollment $300,000 $285,000 $285,000 $400,000 $400,000 $400,000 $800,000* VMEC (out of VSC base) FY2008 FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 Gov. Rec. One Time 0 $29,032 $29,032 0 0 0 0 Base $446,652 $428,786 $428,786 $459,801 $415,407 $427,898 $427,898 Total $446,652 $457,818 $457,818 $459,801 $415,407 $427,898 $427,898 20 *  The  Next  Genera(on  Dual  Enrollment  Fund  has  been  administered  by  the  VSC  for  six  years,  for  the  benefit  of  high  school   students  who  enroll  in  a  college  course  at  twelve  par(cipa(ng  colleges.  UVM  and  CCV  are  the  largest  providers.  The  increase   was  reallocated  from  other  uses  within  the  Next  Genera(on  Fund.  
  • 21. FY 2014 Governor’s Initiatives Vermont State Colleges 21 Early College Programs Based on the successful Vermont Academy of Science and Technology, which allows seniors to enroll at VTC for their senior year. VTC receives 87% of the base education rate from the education fund. Expansion would allow students to access programs at other colleges which choose to develop a program. Increases aspiration and access; less time and money to degree. 54 students enrolled in Williston and Randolph. Dual Enrollment Doubling the NextGen funds for dual enrollment will increase access to vouchers for college courses by high school students. Administration’s intent is to transition over time to funding access to dual enrollment from local budgets. Vermont Strong Scholars Program Targeted tuition repayment for STEM majors who complete an associates or bachelors degree within two or four years. Tied to completion and Vermont residency for three or five years. Effective tool for continuation, timely completion and selection of an economically valuable major. Legislation pending in the House Education committee.
  • 22. Challenges for Vermont o  A majority of the new jobs being created in Vermont will require postsecondary experience. o  Too few Vermont students aspire to continue to college. o  2010 U.S. Census Bureau Data*: •  91% of Vermonters over the age of 25 have a high school degree or equivalent. •  47% have some college or an Associate’s degree. •  33% have a Bachelor’s degree or higher. *U.S.  Census  Bureau,  2005-­‐2009  American  Community  Survey   hFp://www.census.gov/compendia/statab/cats/educaLon/educaLonal_aFainment.html     Vermont State Colleges 22
  • 23. Objectives for Vermont o  More students into college •  Improving access •  Changing aspirations o  More students complete college •  Controlling cost •  Improving readiness o  More of those who complete college remain in Vermont •  Relevant programming tied to opportunities in state Vermont State Colleges 23
  • 24. Vermont State Colleges Thank you.   Contact: Daniel P. Smith Director, Community Relations and Public Policy Dan.Smith@vsc.edu (802) 373-6225 24