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Ajcu citm benchmarking_results_2010

  1. 1. AJCU Benchmarking Committee UpdateAJCU – CITM Conference, Fordham UniversityApril 18-21, 2010Louise Finn, Loyola University Maryland
  2. 2. Committee Membership5 Universities represented Name Institution E-mail Address Louise Finn (Chair) Loyola University Maryland lafinn@loyola.edu Joel Cohen Canisius College cohen@canisius.edu James Estrada Fairfield University jestrada@mail.fairfield.edu Jim Sibenaller Loyola University Chicago jsibena@luc.edu Ed Tracy University of Detroit Mercy tracyeg@udmercy.edu
  3. 3. Committee Goals Improve upon the survey and provide an effective data gathering tool Understand/leverage existing survey data • 2009 AJCU-CITM Benchmarking • Educause Core Data • Campus Computing (Casey Green) Partner with the Shared Services Committee to minimize the number of surveys sent Encourage participation
  4. 4. Survey Details Survey Collection Dates • March 1st through March 31st 2010 Survey Breakdown • Number of questions – 64 • Data Points Captured – 522 Response Summary • Total responses – 24 • Response Rate – 86%
  5. 5. Identification and Staffing Summary Section 1 – Page 4Institution Staffing Summary Master’s (L) have the highest ratio of student per faculty member (16.4 avg.) Master’s (L) have the highest ratio of student per staff member (11.1 avg.)
  6. 6. Budget Section Section 2 – Page 1Carnegie Classifications:http://www.carnegiefoundation.org/classifications
  7. 7. Budget Summary Section 2 – Page 3
  8. 8. Budget Reductions Section 2 – Page 7 Of the 15% institutions that reduced their budgets; 14 (93%) reduced their operating budget 5 (33%) reduced their capital budget 7 (47%) reduced their staffing budget
  9. 9. Shared Services Opportunities Section 3 - SummarySolution Already Remaining Have that are ConsideringDLP 25% 61%Federated 17% 60%IdMITIL 25% 89% Rack Space for Essential Services Have a Need Can Provide 79% 87%
  10. 10. Top Issues Section 4 – Page 2 Top Issues to Resolve for Strategic Success• 69% of all votes went to a Top Ten item• 90% of items align with Educause 2009 Top Ten
  11. 11. Top Issues Section 4 – Page 3 Top Issues With Potential to Become Significant Comparison with 2009 CITM • Security, Funding IT and “Sourcing” repeat as top 3 items
  12. 12. Top Issues Section 4 – Page 4 Top Issues Taking Most of Our Time• 77% of votes went towards a Top Ten item• 80% of items in Top Ten align with Educause 2009
  13. 13. Wrap-Up/Questions• Committee recommends dropping the Budget section; instead relying on Educause Core Data Survey• What else can be done to improve the survey?• What data (if any) is most useful to you?• What is missing that youd like to see added?• What clarifications/modifications should be made?• Interest in what AJCU leaders at your institution are members of other AJCU boards as an additional question?
  14. 14. In-Meeting Comments

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