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

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 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Opening Graphic
  • 2. Higher Education Appropriations Subcommittee David L. Buhler Commissioner of Higher Education January 29, 2014
  • 3. Comparisons: Higher Education in Utah and the Nation
  • 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. 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. Enrollment growth will continue to outpace 2022 +15% 2022 +29% 2007-2012: 4th highest enrollment increase (23.7%) among states
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. What role does USHE play in the State?
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. Overview USHE Base Budget
  • 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. USHE Budget Institutional Support 16% O & M Plant 12% Instruction 50% Student Services 7% Academic Support 11% Research 3% Source: USHE
  • 30. Thank You