California Budget Performance Measures

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California Budget Performance Measures

  1. 1. New Performance Measures forCalifornia’s Four-Year CollegesCalifornia Competes: Higher Education for a Strong EconomyJune 25, 2013
  2. 2. Governor Brown’s Proposed Budget WouldHave Created Performance Targets Number of Graduates… …who started there as freshmen …who transferred from CCCs …who are low-Income Graduation Rates Of freshmen: four years Of transfers: two years Number of Transfers in from CCCs Degrees per 100 FTE Enrollment
  3. 3. Final Budget Establishes Measures, but NoExplicit Targets (Yet)The plan requires UC and CSU to report: Enrollment numbers, with sub-groups Completions, including post-baccalaureate degrees Separate accounting of STEM degrees Graduation rates and an “on-track” measure Efficiency: Funding per degree Credits per degree
  4. 4. Enrollment Transfer students: Number enrolled each year Proportion of total undergraduate enrollment Low-income students (received a Pell Grant at anytime): Number enrolled each year Proportion of total student population
  5. 5. Completion of Degrees Number of degrees conferred to students who: …started as freshmen at the university. …transferred in. …are low low-income students. …are graduate students. Number of degrees in science, technology,engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields for: Undergraduates Graduate students Low-income students
  6. 6. Graduation Rates For Freshmen (all, and separately for low-income): Four-year rates Six-year rates (CSU only) For junior-level transfers (all, and separately for low-income) Two-year rates Three-year rates (CSU only) On track measure: Proportion of freshmen who earnenough credits in the first year to graduate withinfour years.
  7. 7. Efficiency Measures Total funding received divided by degrees conferred. Expenditures for undergraduate education divided byundergraduate degrees conferred. Total course credits accumulated by degreerecipients (presumably undergraduates) for thosewho Entered as freshmen Transferred in
  8. 8. www.californiacompetes.org#CalCompetes

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