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USHE Budget Priorities 2013-14
 

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Presented to the Governor's Education Excellence Commission on 11/27/12

Presented to the Governor's Education Excellence Commission on 11/27/12

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    USHE Budget Priorities 2013-14 USHE Budget Priorities 2013-14 Presentation Transcript

    • Governor’s Education Excellence Commission 2013-14 Budget Priorities Preview David L. Buhler, Commissioner of Higher Education November 27, 2012
    • Financing of Higher Education Funding per Student FTE 2008 Funding per Student FTE 2012 Tuition Tax Funds Tuition Tax Funds 37% 63% 51% 49% Total funding per student has decreased $600
    • Benefits of Higher Education – for Utahns Utahns’ Wage Earnings and Unemployment (by educational attainment) 8.2% $59,843 7.6% $41,273 5.5% $30,632 $26,355 4.1% $19,316 1.4% Less than High School High School Diploma Some Bachelors Degree Graduate Degree Diploma College, Certificates & Associates Degrees Median Wage Unemployment Rate
    • Benefits of Higher Education – for the StateState Tax Contributions & Population (by educational attainment) Taxes Paid Population 48% 40% 38% 34% 28% 12% No Postsecondary Education Certificates & Associates Degrees & Higher Some College, Bachelors
    • Top Budget Priorities
    • 1) Compensation • Same state funded increase offered to all other state and public education employees – State portion (75%) of 1% increase: ~$7M – State portion of 1% benefits increase: ~$900K • USHE competes regionally and nationally for talent • Full-time and adjunct faculty averages are currently below national peer group institutions
    • 2) Mission Based Performance Funding - $16 millionTwo of four priorities requested:1. Distinctive Mission $8 million (Participation, Completion, Economic Development)2. Equity $8 million – Target 55-70% of state funds based on mission – Addresses inequities in funding mix3. New Enrollment Growth Not requested4. Historic Unfunded Growth Not requested
    • 2) Mission Based Performance Funding Distinctive Mission Implementation (2012-13) Institution Participation Completion Economic Development UU $300,000 $602,200 USU $595,000 $173,000 $75,000 WSU $412,400 SUU $40,000 $91,300 $57,000 Snow $20,797 $88,503 Dixie $156,000 UVU $70,939 $297,404 $102,557 SLCC $472,700 TOTAL: $1,139,136 $1,490,404 $925,260
    • 3) 66%: Expand Teaching Capacity & Completions by 2020 • USHE must increase degrees & certificates awarded by 4% each year to reach 66% by 2020 • This is the first step to create a highly-educated workforce Innovation Investment Leverage use of technology In Capacity and Completion Broaden reach to K-12 students $30M increases capacity in critical programs • College readiness + $10M scholarships to assist in completion • 1st generation college- _________________________________ goers Total: $40 million investment Focus on industry needs • STEM & Health Professions $20M/$20M Investment Plan $20M state contribution + $20M institutional innovation & investment _________________________________ 9 Total: $40 million investment
    • 3) 66% : Expand Teaching Capacity & Completions by 2020 Annual Growth in Certificates (>1 yr) and Degrees to USHE students 46000 44000 45,000+ 42000 40000 38000 36000 34000 31,339 32000 30000 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20
    • 3) 66% : Expand Teaching Capacity & Completions by 2020 • Total FY13 request: $20 million state funds – Increase capacity for completion: $15 million – Scholarships/incentives - $5 million – Institutions to also invest $20 million – Focus on high-growth, high wage degree areas (STEM and health professions)$20M State + $20M Institution Match = $40M Total Investment
    • Other Higher Education Priorities
    • 4) Operational Imperatives - $10,446,000 • O&M for Non-State funded projects $4,396,000 – University of Utah – Utah State University – Weber State University • U of U Utility Rates $3,900,000 • Higher Ed Tech Initiative (HETI) $2,150,000 – Leverages combined volume purchasing power of all institutions for IT purchases
    • 5) USHE Programs - $2,950,000 • Student Access – Success Stipends: (need based financial aid): $2 million • work-study & grants (average award: $850/student) – Regents and New Century Scholarships: $500,000 • Projected ~25% growth – Tech Intensive Concurrent Enrollment: $150,000 • Ongoing course maintenance, consultation, articulation, transfer • Collaboration – Utah Academic Library Consortium $300,000 • Database acquisition for use by all institutions
    • State Initiatives
    • 1) University of Utah School of Medicine - $ 10 million • To increase class by 40 students per year (160 more) • $62,500/student/year (avg. natl. cost: $100-110k) • 1,500 applicants for 82 slots last year • To help address Utah’s primary care physician shortage • $3.5 million one-time reduction in first year
    • 2) DSC - University Implementation - $4 Million • Assuming Regents approve mission change • Expected to meet agreed upon benchmarks by end of 2012 • Will help implement new mission • To enhance capacity, including technology
    • One-time Increases $1,750,000
    • One-time Increases1. Higher Education Technology Initiative (HETI) $750,000 – Security software & ongoing license/maintenance ($150,000)2. Utah Academic Library Consortium (UALC) $300,000 – Training for digital preservation of historical materials3. Tech. Intensive Concurrent Enrollment (TICE) $600,000 – To complete last 7 General Education courses – Full delivery planned for Fall 20144. Utah Women and Education Initiative (UWEI) $100,000 – Continued implementation of the Utah Women’s College Task Force recommendations
    • Supplemental Increases
    • Supplemental Increases - $2,873,600 • O&M Requests for non-state funded projects – One-time funds on projects approved by Legislature that did not receive funding in FY2012-13 – 9 projects at U of U, USU, WSU
    • Capital Development Projects
    • Capital Development Prioritization for 2013-14Priority Institution & Project State Funds 1 WSU New Science Lab Building (STEM) $60,900,000 1 UVU Classroom Building (Enrollment) $53,200,000 3 Snow Science Building Reconstruction (STEM) $11,800,000 4 USU Biological Sciences Building (STEM) $60,000,000 5 USU-CEU Central Instruction Building $20,000,000 6 SLCC CTE Classroom & Learning Service Building $15,000,000 (STEM) 7 DSC East Elementary School Purchase $1,500,000 (also included in Land Bank Request)
    • Land Bank Requests (Not Prioritized) Institution Property Amount Dixie State • East Elementary School $1,500,000 College • University Plaza $4,200,000 • Larkin Property $1,500,000 • Commercial Property (adjacent to campus) $1,500,000Southern Utah • 7 Residential Lots (proximate to campus) $1,150,000 University • 6 Residential Lots (proximate to campus) $1,200,000 • 2 Residential Lots (contiguous to campus) $370,000 Utah Valley • Old Geneva Steel Site $12,500,000 University
    • Questions/Discussion