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Town Hall-Jan 12, 2011

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    • Town Hall Meeting
      Dr. Steven Johnson
      January, 2011
    • Agenda
      Top 15 Places to Work
      Non-Profit of the Year
      Finalist for $12 million grant
      Financial Update
      Staffing Levels
      PACE Survey: Listening Sessions
      International Education Planning and Survey
      President’s Website
    • Strategic Core Sinclair Values
    • Governor Kasich (speaking to Dayton leaders Jan 11, 2011)
      “I visited Sinclair and was blown away. This college is the real deal. Sinclair, and colleges like it, are where we need to focus our efforts - connect people with an education to get jobs.”
    • Financial Update
      Sinclair is stable and strong
      Rainy day fund (short-term help if we need it)
      Authority to increase special fees
      Healthy enrollment
      Restrained spending increases
    • Financial Update
      Recent state budget cut
      State is withholding one payment (a month)
      $3 million for Sinclair this year
      Equivalent to the salaries of 50 - 60 jobs, or
      Everyone taking 15 unpaid furlough days
      Sinclair will NOT cut jobs or furlough employees to fill this gap. Will use rainy day fund and revenue from extra enrollment to fill the $3 million.
    • Financial Update
      News Across Ohio . . .
      Biggest budget gap in history ($8 - $10 billion)
      15% to 20% of the Ohio budget
      What will happen to our state funding?
    • Financial Update
      State funding will probably decline
      Levy funding will probably decline
      We will probably be forced to increase our tuition and fees
      If the state cannot pay as much as they do for students, then students will have to pay more for their education
    • Tuition in Ohio
      NOTE: Sinclair’s tuition annualized tuition levels are for Winter 2011
    • P.A.C.E. SurveyListening Sessions
    • Sinclair 2007 and 2010 PACE ResultsCompared with National Norm Base
    • PACE: 10 Lowest Rated Items
      The extent to which I am able to appropriately influence the direction of this institution, 3.27
      The extent to which information is shared within this institution, 3.34
      The extent to which I have the opportunity for advancement within this institution, 3.36
      The extent to which decisions are made at the appropriate level at this institution, 3.39
      The extent to which open and ethical communication is practiced at this institution, 3.5
      The extent to which institutional teams use problem-solving techniques, 3.51
      The extent to which this institution has been successful in positively motivating my performance, 3.51
      The extent to which a spirit of cooperation exists at this institution, 3.52
      The extent to which this institution is appropriately organized, 3.52
      The extent to which my work is guided by clearly defined administrative processes, 3.54
    • International Education Planning and SurveySurvey 2 weeks last fall350 responsesMuch experience and interest
    • President’s Website
    • Q/A