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IHCC Vice President of Student Affairs search

  1. 1. Summary Presentationprepared for candidates forVice President of Student Affairs 1
  2. 2. Strategic Goals• Quality Academic Programming• Student Success• Collaboration and Partnership• Valuing People 2
  3. 3. AQIP Action Projects• Early Alert• First Year Experience• Improving Student Use of Technology• Campus Aesthetics 3
  4. 4. Integrated Planning• Academic Master Plan• Facilities Master Plan• Financial Master Plan• Technology Plan• Auxiliary Services Plans• Budget Program• Student Affairs/Enrollment Management Strategic Goals and Key Performance Indicators 4
  5. 5. Student Affairs/Enrollment ManagementStrategic Directions• Strategic Direction 1: We will continue to build a culture of Student Success that demonstrates measurable increases in student goal attainment.• Strategic Direction 2: We will demonstrate the impact of our programs and services on the college’s fiscal sustainability.• Strategic Direction 3: We will strengthen collaborations to foster access, opportunity and success for our diverse student body. Conversely, we will build on current student success initiatives to form new partnerships. 5
  6. 6. Student Affairs/Enrollment ManagementKey Performance IndicatorsA. Student Success indicators: A.1. Establish benchmark for student persistence and completion A.2 Define benchmarks and growth targets for goal attainment of non-degree-seeking and part-time students A.3 Increase second fall persistence and completion rate for underrepresented students from 64.3% (FY10) to 73.7% (FY14) A.4 Increase IPEDS transfer rate from 30% (FY11) to 33% (FY14) A.5 Increase IPEDS graduation rate from 15% (FY11) to 18% (FY14) A.6 Achieve/maintain Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System target for Graduate Follow Up Employment of 85% participation rate 6
  7. 7. Student Affairs/Enrollment ManagementKey Performance Indicators (cont.)B. Set and achieve strategic enrollment targets:B.1 Use research results to define market segments and set enrollment targets bysegmentB.2 Reduce time to completion for degree-seeking students• Increase number of full-time students from 2306 (Fall2011) to 2450 (Fall2014)• Increase average credit load for part-time students from 6.5 (FY11) to 7 (FY14)• Increase average credit load for full-time students from 13.5 (FY11) to 14 (FY14)• Increase students’ use of FAFSA from 56% (FY11) to 60% (FY14)• Increase students’ financial literacy as demonstrated by a default rate no higher than 8.2% (FY11 rate)• Increase students’ financial literacy as demonstrated by reduction in average loan amount from $6641 (FY11) to $6500 (FY14)B.3 Increase FYE by 3% from FY12 – FY14 7
  8. 8. Student Affairs/Enrollment ManagementKey Performance Indicators (cont.)C. Document increased student engagement and satisfaction: C.1. Raise scores on CCSSE “Support for Learners” category from 49.4 (FY11) to 51 (FY13) C.2 Demonstrate higher satisfaction with Student Affairs services and programs by closing the SSI performance gaps to <1.0 (FY12, maintain in FY14)D. Demonstrate fiscal impact of programs and services: D.1 Develop and document revenue-based impact of increased enrollment, retention and success 8
  9. 9. Enrollment Data – Fiscal Year 2011• Student Profile – 49% full-time/51% part-time – 16% of students identify as persons of color – 44% age 21 and below/38% age 26 and above – 58% female/42% male 9
  10. 10. Enrollment Data• Enrollment Trends – 74% increase in FYE from FY01 through FY11, 1% increase from FY10 to FY11 – 55% increase in headcount from FY01 through FY11, 1% increase from FY10 to FY11 10
  11. 11. Enrollment Data• Minority enrollment has grown from 9% of total FYE in FY01 to 22% in FY11• From FY10 through FY11: – African American student FYE increased 5% – Asian student FYE increased 14% – Native American student FYE increased 19% – Pacific Islander student FYE increased 16% 11
  12. 12. Enrollment Data• Additional Enrollment Trends• From FY06 through FY11: – Online FYE increased from 248 to 1011 and the number of online sections increased from 108 to 350 – Web enhanced FYE increased from 108 to 304 and the number of web enhanced sections increased from 52 to 105 12
  13. 13. Enrollment Data• Student Financial Aid • Between FY04 and FY12 (estimated) Financial Aid applications increased over 74% from 3,696 applications to over 9000 • Between FY04 and FY12 (estimated), State Financial Aid disbursements increased 103% • Between FY04 and FY12 (estimated), Federal Financial Aid disbursements increased almost 275% • Between FY04 and FY12 (estimated), Student Loan disbursements have increased by 296% from $5,079,210 to $15,580,000 13
  14. 14. Current Financial InformationFY 2011 Revenue sources Amount PercentTuition and fees $20,630,461 45.29%State appropriation $12,355,912 27.13%Federal grants $8,132,927 17.86%Auxiliary enterprises $3,072,905 6.75%Other $340,568 0.75%State grants $1,014,798 2.23%Total revenue $45,547,571 100% 14
  15. 15. Current Financial Information FY 2011 Expenditure details Amount Percent Instruction $14,732,637 32.68% Scholarship/financial aid $8,306,588 18.42% Academic support $4,991,079 11.07% Institutional support $5,369,203 11.91% Student services $4,825,485 10.70% Physical plant operations 3,925,033.17 8.71% Auxiliary enterprises $2,936,559 6.51% Total expenditures $45,086,584 100% 15
  16. 16. Current Financial Information FY 2011 Expenditures Amount Percent Personnel $26,155,541 58.01% Non-personnel $18,931,043 41.99% 16
  17. 17. Thank youClick here to visit the position postingand to apply. 17