Commissioner Buhler - Higher Ed Appropriations, Jan. 29, 2014

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Commissioner Buhler's presentation to the Higher Education Appropriations Subcommittee of the Utah Legislature on January 29, 2014.

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Commissioner Buhler - Higher Ed Appropriations, Jan. 29, 2014

  1. 1. Opening Graphic
  2. 2. Higher Education Appropriations Subcommittee David L. Buhler Commissioner of Higher Education January 29, 2014
  3. 3. Comparisons: Higher Education in Utah and the Nation
  4. 4. U.S. Full-time Student Enrollment in Public Higher Education 1987 2012 7.1 11.5 million million % Change +62% Source: American Association of State Colleges & Universities
  5. 5. Utah Full-time Student Enrollment In Utah System of Higher Education 1987 2012 56,972 134,344 % Change +136% Source: American Association of State Colleges & Universities
  6. 6. Enrollment growth will continue to outpace 2022 +15% 2022 +29% 2007-2012: 4th highest enrollment increase (23.7%) among states
  7. 7. State & Local Public Higher Education Support Per Full-time Equivalent Student $7,500 Utah $7,106 U.S. Avg. $7,000 $6,296 $6,500 $6,290 $6,000 $5,756 $5,500 $5,119 $5,383 $5,000 $5,338 $5,048 $4,500 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1991 $4,000 Source: National Center for Higher Education Management Systems Source: American Association of State Colleges & Universities
  8. 8. State Fiscal Support per $1,000 of Personal Income $12.00 $11.07 $10.00 $8.40 $8.00 $7.32 $5.82 $6.00 $4.00 $2.00 U.S. Utah $- Source: State Higher Education Executive Officers Source: American Association of State Colleges & Universities
  9. 9. U.S. Average Tuition and State Fund Support Funding per Student FTE FY 2008 Tuition 36% Tax Funds 64% Funding per Student FTE FY 2013 Tuition 47% Tax Funds 53% Source: State Higher Education Executive Officers
  10. 10. Utah Tuition and State Funds Support Funding per Student FTE FY 2008 Tuition 37% Tax Funds 63% Funding per Student FTE FY 2013 Tuition 51% Tax Funds 49% Tax funding per full-time students has decreased $1,513 (-24%) since FY 2008 Source: USHE
  11. 11. Wyoming Funding per Student FTE FY 2013 Tuition 15% Tax Funds 85% Utah Funding per Student FTE FY 2013 Tuition 51% Tax Funds 49% Source: State Higher Education Executive Officers
  12. 12. Idaho Funding per Student FTE FY 2013 Tuition 37% Tax Funds 63% Utah Funding per Student FTE FY 2013 Tuition 51% Tax Funds 49% Source: State Higher Education Executive Officers
  13. 13. Arizona Funding per Student FTE FY 2013 Tuition 53% Tax Funds 47% Utah Funding per Student FTE FY 2013 Tuition 51% Tax Funds 49% Source: State Higher Education Executive Officers
  14. 14. South Carolina Funding per Student FTE FY 2013 Tuition 60% Tax Funds 40% Utah Funding per Student FTE FY 2013 Tuition 51% Tax Funds 49% Source: State Higher Education Executive Officers
  15. 15. New Hampshire Funding per Student FTE FY 2013 Tuition 70% Tax Funds 30% Utah Funding per Student FTE FY 2013 Tuition 51% Tax Funds 49% Source: State Higher Education Executive Officers
  16. 16. Vermont Funding per Student FTE FY 2013 Tuition 79% Tax Funds 21% Utah Funding per Student FTE FY 2013 Tuition 51% Tax Funds 49% Source: State Higher Education Executive Officers
  17. 17. 3rd lowest in-state tuition and fees for 4-year public institutions (2013-14) Utah (3rd) Source: College Board (http://trends.collegeboard.org/sites/default/files/college-pricing-2013-full-report.pdf)
  18. 18. Student Debt U.S. Utah $26,682 $15,509 • Utah has the lowest percentage of students that borrow • 2nd lowest default rate Source: College Board (http://trends.collegeboard.org/sites/default/files/college-pricing-2013-full-report.pdf)
  19. 19. Utah Summary Enrollments are outpacing the U.S. average State fiscal support is less than the U.S. average (20-year downward trend) Tuition & Fees* are 3rd lowest in the U.S. Student Debt among the lowest in the country *4-year institutions
  20. 20. What role does USHE play in the State?
  21. 21. USHE Students Of Utah high school graduates who pursue a postsecondary education, attend a USHE institution 82% 179,871 Students in Fall 2013 Degrees and certificates 31,741 awarded in 2012-13 (headcount)
  22. 22. System Governance – – – – – Reduced costs through shared IT purchases, common platforms, shared library resources, etc. Ensures quality and avoids unnecessary duplication Greater accountability Standardized data reporting More seamless transfer of credit • • Common course names and numbers Annual “Majors” meetings – involving 400-500 faculty
  23. 23. Supporting Industry Most Common USHE Majors 2012-2013* Department of Workforce Services Utah Occupational Projections (5-Star Jobs) Center on Education and the Workforce (Georgetown) Associates, Bachelor’s, Graduate degrees combined (percentage of all degrees awarded in 2013-13) 150% of Utah 2012 Median Annual Wage - $49,140 or higher (4,670 new jobs annually) Fastest Growing Workforce Clusters by 2020 (% Growth) Health Professions (19%) Business & Marketing (15%) Social Science & Public Admin. (9%) Education (9%) Vocational Studies (6%) Engineering & Related Technologies (5%) Psychology (5%) Communications (4%) Visual & Performing Arts (4%) Computer & Info Sciences (4%) Registered Nurses (1,010) General and Operations Managers (690) Sales - Wholesale & Manufacturing (640) Accountants & Auditors (600) First-Line Supervisors in Construction (390) Loan Officers (330) Management Analysts (280) Sales - Technical/Scientific (250) Software Developers (240) Computer Programmers (240) Healthcare Professional & Technical Healthcare Support Community Service and Arts STEM Education Managerial and Professional Office Social Science Food and Personal Service Sales and Office Support Blue Collar *Does not include General Studies Associates degrees primarily used for Source: Department of Workforce Services, Utah Job Outlook, long-term (http://jobs.utah.gov/opencms/wi/pubs/outlooks/state/index.html) transfer into 4-year programs Source: USHE 2014 Data Book – Tab B: Degrees & Awards (http://higheredutah.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Tab-B-DegreesAwards.pdf) Center on Education and the Workforce, Recovery – Job Growth and Education Requirements (June 2013) http://cew.georgetown.edu/recovery2020/
  24. 24. Ongoing Reprioritization of Resources – 141 new programs in 2013 (57 new certificates) • • • • • – Mechanical Design Technology (UVU) Hazards and Emergency Management (UU) Aviation Technology (USU) Motion Graphics and Visual Effects (SLCC) Instructional Technology (USU) 82 programs discontinued, restructured, consolidated • Responsibility to students in discontinued programs
  25. 25. Benefits of Postsecondary Education – To the Economy Majority of taxes are paid by those who have higher levels of education. Taxes Paid % of Utah Population 48% 40% 38% 34% 28% 12% Source: 2011 American Communities Survey, No Postsecondary Education Certificates & Associate'sBachelor's & HigherUtah Taxpayers Association Some College, Degrees
  26. 26. Benefits of Postsecondary Education – To the Individual 26% Utahns’ Wage Earnings and Unemployment (by educational attainment, 2012) $61,972 $42,334 11% 11% $30,803 9% $27,917 $20,895 Less than High School High School Graduate 5% 3% 5% 7% Some College or Associate Degree Median Wages Poverty 2% 1% Bachelors Degree Graduate or Professional Degree Unemployment Source: USHE, Department of Workforce Services
  27. 27. Overview USHE Base Budget
  28. 28. Labor-intensive – – – 80% of budget is people National market for talent Online, automated, in a classroom, or on the screen – there are people involved
  29. 29. USHE Budget Institutional Support 16% O & M Plant 12% Instruction 50% Student Services 7% Academic Support 11% Research 3% Source: USHE
  30. 30. Thank You
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