State of the University 2010

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  • $1B “All We Call Mizzou;” S&T nearing its goal; UMSL announced campaign; UMKC on the move!
  • This slides shows the university is more efficient because we have served more people with less resources The green line is our increase in enrollments The bar graphs show the amount of state support and tuition receivedThe math would say 25 percent more efficient Increased enrollment, increased programs Decreased resources, tuition, state support
  • Our stated view in October has not changed…
  • State of the University 2010

    1. 1.
    2. 2. Thanks to all who support the mission of the University of Missouri System<br />
    3. 3. A special recognition to our faculty, staff and students<br />
    4. 4. Overview<br />Recap of 2009<br />Commitments, challenges and obligations<br />Looking ahead…2010 and beyond<br />
    5. 5. Recap of 2009Our mission<br />Teaching<br />Learning<br />Research<br />Discovery<br />Service<br />Engagement<br />Economic Development<br />Quality and excellence in all we do: “Making a Difference”<br />
    6. 6. Recap of 2009Specific Accomplishments<br />We excelled in our teaching mission<br />4% overall student growth; 4.5% increase in degrees<br />Reaccreditation on 3 campuses<br />5 deans, 29 department chairs appointed<br />Top faculty honors: <br />Priestly Medal—Mizzou; National Academy of Science—UMSL<br />Many nationally ranked programs across campuses<br />Overall record enrollments—since 2000 <br />13K total student growth—over 8K at Mizzou<br />S&T enrollment up by nearly 50%<br />Emphasis on eLearning—awareness, enrollment, available degrees<br />
    7. 7. Recap of 2009Specific Accomplishments<br />We excelled in our service mission<br />UMKC, UMSL ranked 14th in nation for economic, social, cultural impact on their metro areas<br />Hospital Advisory Board established<br />“Caring for Missourians” funded for $24M to result in 220 new permanent and temporary health professionals for State<br />Hospitals established:<br />Children’s and Women’s Hospital; Mo. Orthopedic Institute; Mo. Psychiatric Center <br />MU Extension Small Business and Technology Centers to help grow and retain jobs!<br />
    8. 8. Recap of 2009Specific Accomplishments<br />We excelled in our research mission<br />Achieved $308M in externally sponsored research<br />Growth in grants<br />Won $35M in new federal stimulus grants <br />Faculty disclosures up 18% <br />$600K awarded to faculty to help move their research to market<br />MU plant scientists on international team that sequenced soybean genome for first time<br />MU one of Top 40 places to work, Scientist<br />
    9. 9. Recap of 2009Specific Accomplishments<br />We excelled in our economic development mission<br />Energy Summit had 1,600+ attendees<br />Statewide footprint of research parks, incubators now at 12 facilities operating or in planning stages<br />Committed $2M+ toward technology commercialization activities<br />Reinforced existing and established new public-private partnerships<br />Ft. Leonard Wood<br />Express Scripts<br />Cerner<br />World Wide Technologies<br />License revenues exceeded $10M <br />
    10. 10. Recap of 2009<br />
    11. 11. Recap of 2009Specific Accomplishments<br />We excelled in developing and managing our resources<br />Held tuition flat and committed again for ‘11!<br />Comprehensive review of faculty salaries<br />Performance Management andAccountability Measurements Systems<br />With partners CISCO and AT&T, deployed Systemwide TelePresence<br />Strategic plans updated on all campuses<br />Fundraising and on-campus development on target or ahead<br />$1B “All We Call Mizzou;” S&T achieved its $200M goal; UMSL announced campaign; UMKC on the move!<br />New development fee strategy approved to help defray costs, add resources<br />Creatively achieved $330M debt financing for:<br />Hospital tower<br />Maintenance and repair projects<br />S&T anchor to research park<br />$70M saved in finance charges and maintained credit ratings<br />4 Big 12 conference titles; Elite 8; tops in Academic Progress Report<br />
    12. 12. Recap of 2009<br />We challenged ourselves to do even more-- to be part of the solution for the State<br />12<br />
    13. 13. Recap of 2009<br />Difficult actions were required<br />Froze salaries<br />Cut wide range of operating costs, one-time and recurring = $65M<br />Held positions open – peak of 600+<br />Stabilized pension funding, but required employee contributions<br />47 positions vacant or eliminated at System<br />Pursuing shared services – 3-5 year project<br />Avoided costs—supply chain, renegotiation of contracts, $24M<br />
    14. 14. Recap of 2009We embraced the challenging national issues<br /><ul><li>Accountability for student learning (e.g., outcomes)
    15. 15. Access and student success
    16. 16. Price of tuition
    17. 17. Budgets and funding (states’ fiscal crisis)
    18. 18. Student aid policy
    19. 19. Aligning the P-20 education system
    20. 20. Tax policies, benefits
    21. 21. eLearning
    22. 22. Diversity
    23. 23. Competition from for-profit institutions</li></li></ul><li>Looking ahead…2010 and beyondThe recession challenge continues<br />As of January, State’s revenues are off 10-11 %<br />Governor’s budget for 2011 reduces 2010 level by $24M on “core” and $15.5M on “other curator programs” (approximately 30%)<br />New mandates or new fixed costs add $25M to our funding requirements<br />
    24. 24. Looking ahead…2010 and beyondThe recession challenge continues<br />In 2012 additional federal stimulus support goes away ($24M)—will State revenues have recovered?<br />How will cuts to date affect our mission?<br />What plans should we make now for 2012?<br />Have we done all we can to collaborate, to share resources, to be efficient?<br />
    25. 25. Looking ahead…2010 and beyond<br />Despite these challenges, nationally and across our State, we are investing in Missouri!<br />$330M new bonding for projects<br />Over $2M in economic development<br />Over $700K in eLearning to create new capabilities<br />By foregoing tuition increases (‘10 and ‘11)<br />If adjusted only for inflation, we will have invested more than $70M over 5 years in our students!<br />This can “Make a Difference”!<br />
    26. 26. Looking ahead…2010 and beyond<br />We will continue to invest in Missouri and take prudent risk to help the State’s recovery and leverage the University’s unique capability.<br />Announcing today:<br />We will invest up to $5M over next 3 years in our researchers and those who wish to align with us to start up new companies and grow new jobs<br />We believe we can help “Make a Difference”!<br />
    27. 27. Commitments, challenges & obligations<br />Obligations are taken seriously: that’s the Missouri way<br />Many are unique to the University itself:<br />Mission<br />Quality<br />Transparency/accountability<br />Competitive salaries to attract and retain faculty, staff, administrators<br />Engagement and shared governance<br />Better collaboration, efficiency<br />
    28. 28. Commitments, challenges & obligations<br />Some are also obligations of the State:<br />Leverage access to capital markets to fund projects<br />Maintain and repair infrastructure that has already been built<br />Partner and leverage University research for economic development and accessing of federal projects<br />
    29. 29. Commitments, challenges & obligations<br />Commitments made and not yet fulfilled:<br />Final year of 4.2% funding (3-year plan at 4.2%/yr)<br />Enrollment growth alignments<br />Laboratory equipment modernization<br />Higher ed ‘equity’ adjustment (UMSL)<br />Capital projects (i.e., for UM)<br />Ellis Fischel<br />Benton-Stadler<br />Statewide research facilities<br />Imbalance of Access Missouri Scholarship Program – public vs. private<br />
    30. 30. Recap of 2009We embraced the challenging national issues<br /><ul><li>Accountability for student learning (e.g., outcomes)
    31. 31. Access and student success
    32. 32. Price of tuition
    33. 33. Budgets and funding (states’ fiscal crisis)
    34. 34. Student aid policy
    35. 35. Aligning the P-20 education system
    36. 36. Tax policies, benefits
    37. 37. eLearning
    38. 38. Diversity
    39. 39. Competition from for-profit institutions</li></li></ul><li>Commitments, challenges & obligations<br />Stewardship—Access & Affordability<br />FTE Enrollment<br />
    40. 40. Looking ahead…2010 and beyond<br />Evaluate, examine key elements of historic paradigm shift and report to board with conclusions (October board of curators meeting):<br />Bachelor’s degree completion programs<br />Requirements for eLearning<br />Hybrid learning (classrooms, eLearning, distance learning)<br />Clearer pathways from high school to college, community college to university<br />3-year accelerated degrees<br />Year-round cycles<br />Clarity around credit-hour requirements <br /> (bachelor’s and advanced degrees)<br />
    41. 41. Looking ahead…2010 and beyond<br />Leadership<br />Evaluation<br />
    42. 42. Looking ahead…2010 and beyondOUR PLAN<br />Stay highly focused on top priorities<br />Stay highly focused on quality <br />Invest in new areas wisely<br />Faculty<br />Students<br />Research/development<br />eLearning<br />Campus priorities/strategies<br />Advocacy<br />
    43. 43. Accountability Measures<br />
    44. 44. Collectively, we can “Make a Difference”!<br />

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