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The SLN SOLsummit 2013
February 27, 2013
Syracuse, NY

SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher addresses the SLN SOLsummit community.
http://mediasite.suny.edu/mediasite/Viewer/?peid=db82857baf5f4407aa6dccebea11aa611d
http://slnsolsummit2013.edublogs.org

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  • 1. SUNY Learning NetworkOnline SummitNancy L. Zimpher Chancellor
  • 2. Saying No to College
  • 3. Is College Is college Worth it? worth
  • 4. NATIONALAVERAGE$15,605 for a 4-yearpublic college$26,600 in personal debt14.6% unemployment rate,adults aged 20-24
  • 5. Is College College is Worth it? worth it!
  • 6. STUDENTS: You are probably not Mark Zuckerberg, so stay in school.Vivek Wadhwa
  • 7. SUCCESSCOST
  • 8. “   If only—if only—we would come together on a national strategy to enhance and expand all our natural advantages; more immigration, more post-secondary education, better infrastructure, more government research, smart incentives for spurring millions of start-ups…nobody could ”   touch us. We’re that close. – Thomas Friedman
  • 9. Birth-4 Pre- Grades Grades Grade Grades Transition Grade K Grades College to Desired Cradle to Career Roadmapyears old School 1-4 5-6 7 8-9 10-12 Career Birth-4 Pre- Grades Grades Grade Grades Transition Grade K Grades College to Desiredyears old School 1-4 5-6 7 8-9 10-12 Career
  • 10. Cradle to Career Roadmap Birth-4 Pre- Grades Grades Grade Grades Transition Grade K Grades College to Desiredyears old School 1-4 5-6 7 8-9 10-12 Career
  • 11. AccessCompletionSuccess
  • 12. Access
  • 13. Access Clinton  County  Strive  Network  Site  ExploraGon  Site   Mohawk  Valley   Rochester   Albany   Yonkers   Bedford-­‐Stuyvesant   Farmingdale   Harlem   Astoria/Queens  
  • 14. AccessEarly  College  High  School  Site  98% on track to graduate
  • 15. AccessS-TEN
  • 16. Completion
  • 17. Completion 4.4Years 4th in the Nation
  • 18. CompletionEXAM AHEAD 2 WEEKS GRADUATION ARRIVAL CURRENT NO 4 YEARS 36 CREDITS LIMIT
  • 19. Completion
  • 20. Completion
  • 21. Success
  • 22. Success
  • 23. A Competitive SUNY
  • 24. A Competitive SUNY$100 Million forINSTRUCTION$20 Million Saved ALREADY
  • 25. A Competitive SUNY
  • 26. A Competitive SUNYAdministrative Overhead Academic & Student Services
  • 27. A Competitive New York
  • 28. A Competitive New York Strategic Enrollment Management
  • 29. A Competitive New YorkNYINNOVATION HUBSLinking  NY  innovaGon  to  rapid  response   North Countryregional  teams  to  solve  business  problems  and  support  new  ideas.         University at Buffalo University at Albany Erie  CC   Binghamton UniversityBuffalo  State  College   Niagara  County  CC     Blue  Cross    University  at  Buffalo   Blue  Shield  of     Canisius  College   Western  New  York     Niagara  University   NaGonal  Fuel  Gas  Co.                                                                                       Kaleida  Health                                                               Praxair  Inc.                               Roswell  Park     General  Motors   Cummins  Engine   Powertrain-­‐   Cancer  InsGtute   Stony Brook University Company,  Inc.   Moog  Inc.                                                                                            Tonawanda  Engine     GM  Components   Dresser-­‐Rand  Co.                                                   Holdings                             Geico  Direct   Ingram  Micro  Inc.   New York City
  • 30. A Competitive Graduate
  • 31. A Competitive Graduate EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION SUNY   SUNY Works   DiscoversCo-­‐op     SUNY   Research Field Ed   Serves   Study Internship   Entrepren- Service eurship Learning Work   Clinical Study     Community Service
  • 32. A Competitive GraduateSUNY DEBT vs. NATIONAL DEBT -$26K -$22K
  • 33. A Competitive Graduate
  • 34. Online Activity• 12,000 full online sections in anacademic year• Approximately 3,800 GeneralEducation course sections (guaranteedto transfer)• Approximately 3,400 course sectionsof Foundation Courses in the Major(guaranteed to transfer)
  • 35. Online Activity• 95 Associate degree programs• 41 Bachelor’s degree programs(28 at Empire State)• 20 Master’s degree programs
  • 36. Challenges to Further Growth•  While conceptually any student can take online or face-to-face courses from other SUNY campuses while a full time student at their “home” campus, those courses are not covered by financial aid unless campuses have a Consortia Agreement•  Campus departments that might want to offer a specific BA/BS online must convince other departments on their campus to fulfill degree requirements
  • 37. A Plan of Action“In 3 years, we will enroll100,000 degree-seekingstudents in OpenSUNY,making us the largest, public,online provider of educationin the nation.”
  • 38. Online Education Advisory Group•  Established  as  part  of  the  GeVng  Down  to   Business    •  Worked  through  2012  to  create  a  clear  vision  for   Open  SUNY  •  Including  some  of  those  with  us  here  today:   Larry  Dugan  –  Finger  Lakes  Community  College   Kyle  Brown  –  SUNY  Canton   Tom  Mackey  –  Empire  State  College   Lisa  Stephens  –  University  at  Buffalo   Alexandra  Picke]  –  SUNY  Learning  Network   Linda  Lamb  –  Herkimer  Community  College   Carey  Hatch  –  System  AdministraGon  
  • 39. A Vision for OpenSUNYOpen SUNY has the potential to be the preeminent and most extensive online-learning environment in the nation. It will provide affordable, high quality,convenient, innovative, and flexible online education opportunities for thecitizens of the State of New York. As a collaborative online educational network,it will draw on the Power of SUNY to connect students with faculty and peersfrom across the state and throughout the world, and link them to the best inresearch-based online teaching and learning environments, practices, andresources. Open SUNY will be dedicated to providing access to online learningopportunities that connect learner and community needs, and will allow SUNYto bring this concept to scale like no other college, university, or system in theUnited States.
  • 40. A Mission for OpenSUNYOpen SUNY will provide leadership at the system level for the effective planning,promotion, development, delivery, and support of online courses and programs, by:• establishing SUNY standards and best practices for online teaching and learning• using collective resources to pursue inter-campus cooperation wherevereconomies of scale apply• providing scalable, supportable innovative learning environments that engage 21stcentury learners• expanding research and development efforts through a combination of SUNY-wideinitiatives, advisory group efforts, and campus-based research activities• extending SUNY’s brand both nationally and internationally
  • 41. Pathways to Success•  OpenSUNY  will  leverage   –  ExisGng  campus  online  programs  and  courses   –  ExisGng  campus  staff  and  experGse  in  online  teaching  and   learning   –  Empire  State  College’s  experGse  in  prior  learning  assessment   and  Open  EducaGon   –  SUNY’s  mobility  policies  and  procedures  for  guaranteed   transfer  of  approved  General  EducaGon  Courses  and   FoundaGon  Courses  in  the  majors   –  SUNY’s  University-­‐wide  programs  supporGng  enterprise   academic  technologies  and  services  (i.e.  SUNY  Learning   Network,  SUNY  Center  for  Professional  Development,  SUNY   Office  of  Library  and  InformaGon  Services)  
  • 42. Pathways to SuccessThe  SUNY  Sizzle  •  Open  SUNY  ConsorGa  for  all  campuses   –  Financial  Aid   –  Cross  lisGng  of  courses     –  Smoother  cross  registraGon   –  Degree  compleGon  •  Targeted  Online  Degree  Programs  •  ExperienGal  learning  opportuniGes  •  3-­‐year  degree  compleGon  programs  •  Prior  Learning  Assessment  Service    •  UGlizaGon  and  creaGon  of  MOOCs      
  • 43. Next Steps•  A  ResoluGon  will  be  presented  to  the  Board  of   Trustees  on  March  18th  •  System  AdministraGon  will  be  hiring  a  consulGng   firm  to  facilitate  formulaGon  of  the   implementaGon  plan,  financial  models,   governance  structures,  etc.  •  We  are  working  the  with  the  Faculty  Senate,   Faculty  Council  of  Community  Colleges,  and  the   Chief  Academic  Officers  to  establish  a  team  to   address  faculty  concerns.    
  • 44. “   If only—if only—we would come together on New York strategy in a national to enhance and expand all our natural advantages; more 444   immigration, more post-secondary increased access, education, better infrastructure, more government research,and greater completion, smart incentives for success universal spurring millions of start-ups…nobody could touch us. We’re that close. – Thomas Friedman ”  
  • 45. We. Are.That. Close.