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    • 1 Mays Business SchoolDifferential Tuition Proposal December 13, 2010 Our mission is to create knowledge and develop future ethical business leaders for a global society
    • 2 Summary• Desire to add educational benefits beyond the initial focus of reduced class size that encompasses experiences of Freshman and Sophomores• Change rate from $610 per semester in junior /senior year to $412.50 per semester – Current total cost = $2,440 – Proposed total cost = $3,300 Our mission is to create knowledge and develop future ethical business leaders for a global society
    • 3 DT Assessment Schedule Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior TotalCurrent $1,220 $1,220 $2,440Proposed $825 $825 825 825 3,300Increment(Decrement) $825 $825 ($395) ($395) $860 Our mission is to create knowledge and develop future ethical business leaders for a global society
    • 4 History with Differential Tuition• Current DT approved by Board in March 2008, implemented in Fall 2008 – Primary goal of reducing upper-division class sizes – Mission accomplished!• Assessment method modified in Spring 2010 to move from “upper division classification” to “upper division eligible” – Net savings to students = $191,336 Our mission is to create knowledge and develop future ethical business leaders for a global society
    • 5 Average Class Sizes 2007-2010 All Courses & Upper Division Electives 60 14,000 52 49 12,000 50 44 44 44 10,000 40 39 39 40 37Average Class Size Course Enrollment 8,000 30 30 30 29 27 26 6,000 20 4,000 10 2,000 - - FALL 2007 FALL 2008 FALL 2009 FALL 2010 SPR 2008 SPR 2009 SPR 2010 ALL COURSES Upper Div Electives Course Enrollment Our mission is to create knowledge and develop future ethical business leaders for a global society
    • 6 Rationale for Proposal• Students will realize the benefit of focal investments throughout their studies at Mays• Focal investments aligned with Action 2015 – High-impact learning experiences – Higher graduation rates/shorter time to graduation – Increased retention Our mission is to create knowledge and develop future ethical business leaders for a global society
    • 7 Estimated Financial EffectsProposed DT (net) $2,706,528Current DT (net) (2,296,528)Incremental DT $ 410,000• Focal investments – Teaching capability for graduation-sensitive classes – Freshman Business Initiative – Communications laboratory – Study abroad and international opportunities Our mission is to create knowledge and develop future ethical business leaders for a global society
    • 8 Student Input• Business Student Council Executive Committee -January 25, 2011• Open hearing January 26, 2011 at 4:00 in Wehner 115 Our mission is to create knowledge and develop future ethical business leaders for a global society
    • 9 Mays versus Other Top Public Schools Illinois Penn State MichiganMichigan State Minnesota Ohio State Indiana Purdue Texas Wisconsin Cal-Berkeley Texas A&M MarylandNorth Carolina $0 $2,000 $4,000 $6,000 $8,000 $10,000 $12,000 $14,000 $16,000 $18,000 $20,000 University School Our mission is to create knowledge and develop future ethical business leaders for a global society
    • 10 Mays versus Texas Publics Houston TexasTexas A&MTexas Tech $0 $2,000 $4,000 $6,000 $8,000 $10,000 $12,000 University School Our mission is to create knowledge and develop future ethical business leaders for a global society