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  • 1. School of Allied Health Sciences Tuition and Fees Proposal Dr. Elizabeth J. Protas October 10, 2007
  • 2. Presentation Points
    • Overview and current financial picture
    • Funding needs
    • Proposed Changes in Designated Tuition
    • Financial Cost/Benefits of Proposed Change
    • Benchmark Comparisons
    • Summary
    • Questions
  • 3. Overview School of Allied Health Sciences Professional Programs & Degrees Offered 550   TOTAL  152 Physical Therapy  83 Occupational Therapy  39 Respiratory Care  155 Physician Assistant Studies  121 Clinical Laboratory Sciences Graduate Undergrad Number of Students Program
  • 4. School of Allied Health Sciences FY 2000-2006 Expenses/Revenues (126,392) 12,105,659 11,979,267 2007 (227,720) 11,691,000 11,464,412 2006 (1,600,567) 11,664,700 10,064,133 2005 (1,615,863) 10,817,279 9,201,416 2004 (1,631,159) 9,969,858 8,338,699 2003 (1,646,455) 9,122,437 7,475,982 2002 (676,335) 8,514,549 7,838,214 2001 (692,832) 8,612,810 7,919,978 2000 Net Operating Expenses Operating Revenue
  • 5. School of Allied Health Sciences Per Full-time Student State Funding Rate Biennium
  • 6. School of Allied Health Sciences Tuition & Fees As A Percentage of Budget FY 2008 (current)
  • 7. WAYS TO REDUCE THE BUDGET DEFICIT
    • Belt tightening
      • (further reductions in personnel and expenses)
    • Increased faculty practice income
    • Increased research and training grant dollars
    • Increased philanthropy
    • Increase tuition and fees
  • 8.
    • An increase in designated tuition is proposed at $25 per semester credit hour for BS and $30 for Masters & Doctoral programs in each of the next two years.
    • In addition, a $10 per semester credit hour differential tuition increase in each of the next two years is proposed for the PAS and PT programs. This reflects the higher costs of these programs in comparison to other programs in the school.
    • The net change of tuition revenue is estimated at $2.1M over two years, or about 8% of the school’s operating budget over that same time period.
  • 9. School of Allied Health Sciences Tuition Proposal 40 30 20 PAS & PT Students ONLY Differential Tuition 180 155 130 Total per SCH 210 180 150 Total per SCH 160 130 100 Designated Tuition 50 50 50 Legislated Tuition Graduate Degrees 130 105 80 Designated Tuition 50 50 50 Legislated Tuition Undergraduate Degrees AY 09-10 AY 08-09 Current
  • 10. Primary Uses for Funds
    • Student Services
      • Scholarships
      • Tutoring
      • Clinical Affiliations
      • Academic Consulting
      • Laboratory Renovations
    • Faculty
      • PBL Instruction
      • Salaries
    • Support Staff
      • Equipment Upgrades
  • 11. FUNDS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS
    • 20% of designated tuition increases must be allocated for need based scholarships and a Coordinating Board loan program.
    • For the proposed increases, that scholarship amount will exceed $325,000 over the first two years.
  • 12. Benchmark Comparisons for Physician Assistant Studies By Per SCH Tuition Cost AY 07-08
  • 13. Benchmark Comparisons Regional Physical Therapy Programs By Per SCH Tuition Cost AY 06-07
  • 14. Benchmark Comparisons Occupational Therapy Programs By Per SCH Tuition Cost AY 07-08
  • 15. Benchmark Comparisons Regional CLS Programs By Per SCH Tuition Cost AY 07-08
  • 16. Benchmark Comparisons Regional Respiratory Care Programs By Per SCH Tuition Cost AY 06-07
  • 17. What Does it Add to the Bottom Line? (Based on published credit hours)
    • CLS: $1,000 08-09
    • $1,800 09-10
    • RC $1,175 08-09
    • $2,050 09-10
    • MOT $870 08-09
    • $2,100 09-10
    • MPAS $1,480 08-09
    • $2,800 09-10
    • MPT/DPT $1,600 08-09
    • $3,280 09-10
  • 18. Summary of Key Points
    • In 2005 SAHS experienced a $1.8 million expense over revenue deficit. This requires a subsidy by the hospitals and clinics, which are seeing declines in revenue. The current subsidy is $600,000.
    • Four approaches are being taken to address the deficit. One involves the need to increase tuition.
    • The school is recommending a tuition increase, implemented over two years through adjustments in designated tuition authority.
    • The increase will provide some relief for the deficit without asking students to bear an unfair share of the burden, yet will enable the school to remain very competitive in its overall tuition charges both regionally and nationally.
  • 19. QUESTIONS ?