Supporting Student Choice and                             Opportunity in Higher Education<br />Spring 2011<br />
Presentation Overview<br />TICUA Within the Context of Higher Education<br />US Higher Education<br />Tennessee Higher Edu...
US Higher Education<br />TICUA Within the Context of Higher Education<br />3<br />
Scope of US Higher Education<br />Institutional accrediting organizations recognized by either Council for Higher Educatio...
US Higher Education<br />Total US enrollment at public and private institutions is 19,087,275.<br />Total TN enrollment at...
Tennessee Higher Education<br />TICUA Within the Context of Higher Education<br />6<br />
Tennessee Higher Education<br />Public Colleges and Universities <br />Tennessee Board of Regents<br />27 technology cente...
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Accreditation<br />The 35 members of TICUA are all accredited by SACS:...
Tennessee Higher Education Highlights <br />TICUA institutions enroll 24 percent of total TN enrollment—but award 33 perce...
TN Residents Attending TICUA Institutions<br />43,439 Tennessee residents attend TICUA member institutions<br /><ul><li>58...
College/University Participation<br />TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education in Tennessee<br />11<br />
Share of Enrollment by Higher Education Sector, Fall 2010<br />Source: THEC and TICUA, fall 2010.<br />12<br />
TICUA Fall Enrollment by Headcount, 10-Year Trend<br />TICUA total headcount enrollment increased 3.7% from fall 2009 to 2...
TICUA Enrollment by County, Fall 2010<br />TICUA member colleges and universities enroll students from every county in the...
TICUA Enrollment by State, Fall 2010<br />42%of students enrolled in TICUA member campuses are from other states and count...
TICUA: Percent of 2010 Undergraduate Enrollment by Race<br />Source: Headcount enrollment figures, TICUA, fall enrollment ...
Transfer Students<br />TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education in Tennessee<br />17<br />
Tennessee Community College 1st Semester Transfer Students to TICUA Institutions: Fall 2004-Fall 2010<br />Source: TICUA e...
Types of Schools for Students Transferring to TICUA Institutions – Fall 2010<br />Source: TICUA enrollment reports, fall 2...
Top 20 Prior Institutions of 1st Semester Transfer Students to TICUA Institutions – Fall 2010<br />20<br />Source: TICUA e...
Top TICUA Member Recipients of First-Semester Transfer Students – Fall 2010<br />21<br />Source: TICUA enrollment reports,...
Transfer Completion Rates – Spring 2010<br />Students who transfer to TICUA  institutions are successful.<br />59% of stud...
College Completion<br />TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education in Tennessee<br />23<br />
Percent of Degrees Awarded by Sector, 2009-10<br />Source: Tennessee Higher Education Commission and TICUA, Fall 2010.<br ...
The number of degrees awarded by TICUA institutions has grown 20% in the last five years to reach a total of over 16,000 p...
Students enrolling in TICUA campuses are more likely to graduate in a timely manner<br />Tennessee’s independent college s...
Percent of Total Tennessee DegreesAwarded by TICUA Institutions<br />From Summer 2009 through Spring 2010, 49,353 degrees ...
College Affordability<br />TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education in Tennessee<br />28<br />
Student Financial Aid<br />Source: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, <br />Integrate...
Student Financial Aid<br />Federal Level<br />TICUA member campuses:<br />19,409TICUA students received the Pell Grant<br ...
Student Financial Aid<br />State Level<br />TICUA member campuses:<br />Number of TICUA students receiving the Tennessee S...
Student Financial Aid<br />State Level<br />TICUA member campuses:<br />Number of TICUA students receiving the Tennessee E...
Tuition and Mandatory Fees<br />In 2010-11, the national average published tuition and fees at private 4-yr institutions w...
Tennessee’s Economy<br />TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education in Tennessee<br />34<br />
TICUA Members’ Economic Impact<br />TICUA member campuses spend almost $4 billion each year—translating into an economic i...
Top Majors of Students Receiving Degrees from TICUA Member Institutions<br />Source: TICUA, completion reports, 2009-10.<b...
Resources<br />37<br />
Additional Information<br /><ul><li>TICUA Online Services
TICUA Website (www.ticua.org)
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Supporting Student Choice and Opportunity in Higher Education

  1. 1. Supporting Student Choice and Opportunity in Higher Education<br />Spring 2011<br />
  2. 2. Presentation Overview<br />TICUA Within the Context of Higher Education<br />US Higher Education<br />Tennessee Higher Education<br /><ul><li>TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education </li></ul>College Participation<br />College Affordability<br />College Completion<br />State’s Economy<br />2<br />
  3. 3. US Higher Education<br />TICUA Within the Context of Higher Education<br />3<br />
  4. 4. Scope of US Higher Education<br />Institutional accrediting organizations recognized by either Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or US Department of Education or both accredit approximately 7,800 degree-granting and non-degree-granting institutions that make up U.S. higher education. <br />60 programmatic accrediting organizations accredit more than 19,500 programs.<br />4,937 Degree Granting Institutions in the US:<br />1,780 Public Colleges and Universities<br />1,127 two-year public<br />653 four-year public<br />1,734 Private Non-Profit Colleges and Universities<br />183 two-year non-profit <br />1,551 four-year non-profit<br />1,423 Two- and Four-Year For-Profit Institutions<br />4<br />Source: Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) & Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac, 2010-11.<br />
  5. 5. US Higher Education<br />Total US enrollment at public and private institutions is 19,087,275.<br />Total TN enrollment at public and private institutions is 307,610.<br />Tennessee’s enrollment is 1.6% of the national enrollment.<br />5<br />Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac, 2010-11<br />
  6. 6. Tennessee Higher Education<br />TICUA Within the Context of Higher Education<br />6<br />
  7. 7. Tennessee Higher Education<br />Public Colleges and Universities <br />Tennessee Board of Regents<br />27 technology centers<br />13 public two-year community colleges<br />6 public four-year universities<br />Regents On-line Degree Program<br />University of Tennessee<br />3 public four-year universities<br />Health Sciences Center<br />Space Institute<br />Institute of Agriculture<br />Institute for Public Service<br />TICUA Colleges and Universities<br />32 four-year colleges and universities<br />3 professional colleges<br />Source: Tennessee Higher Education Commission, Tennessee Board of Regents, University of Tennessee and TICUA, 2011<br />7<br />
  8. 8. Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Accreditation<br />The 35 members of TICUA are all accredited by SACS:<br />Level II Accreditation: 10 institutions<br />Level III Accreditation: 14 institutions<br />Level IV Accreditation: 2 institutions<br />Level V Accreditation: 7 institutions<br />Level VI Accreditation: 2 institutions<br />The numbers and types of degrees offered determines accreditation level.<br />8<br />
  9. 9. Tennessee Higher Education Highlights <br />TICUA institutions enroll 24 percent of total TN enrollment—but award 33 percent of degrees.<br />Fall 2010 Enrollment by Sector<br />Degrees Awarded by Sector, 2009-10<br />Source: TICUA and THEC, fall 2010<br />9<br />
  10. 10. TN Residents Attending TICUA Institutions<br />43,439 Tennessee residents attend TICUA member institutions<br /><ul><li>58% of students at TICUA Institutions are TN residents</li></ul>48% of Full-time, In-State Undergraduates receive the Federal Pell Grant<br />24% of Tennessee residents attending TICUA member institutions identify as non-White<br />10<br />Source: TICUA Enrollment and Completions reports, fall 2010.<br />
  11. 11. College/University Participation<br />TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education in Tennessee<br />11<br />
  12. 12. Share of Enrollment by Higher Education Sector, Fall 2010<br />Source: THEC and TICUA, fall 2010.<br />12<br />
  13. 13. TICUA Fall Enrollment by Headcount, 10-Year Trend<br />TICUA total headcount enrollment increased 3.7% from fall 2009 to 2010. <br />Five-year enrollment trend: ↑ 22.1% <br />Ten-year enrollment trend: ↑ 45.3%<br />Source: Fall enrollment report, figures based on headcount, TICUA, fall 2010.<br />13<br />
  14. 14. TICUA Enrollment by County, Fall 2010<br />TICUA member colleges and universities enroll students from every county in the State.<br />In fall 2010, one in four Tennessee college students attended a TICUA member college or university.<br />Source: Fall enrollment report, figures based on headcount, TICUA, fall 2010.<br />14<br />
  15. 15. TICUA Enrollment by State, Fall 2010<br />42%of students enrolled in TICUA member campuses are from other states and countries throughout the world. <br />15<br />Source: Fall enrollment report, figures based on headcount, TICUA, fall 2010.<br />
  16. 16. TICUA: Percent of 2010 Undergraduate Enrollment by Race<br />Source: Headcount enrollment figures, TICUA, fall enrollment report, 2010.<br />16<br />
  17. 17. Transfer Students<br />TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education in Tennessee<br />17<br />
  18. 18. Tennessee Community College 1st Semester Transfer Students to TICUA Institutions: Fall 2004-Fall 2010<br />Source: TICUA enrollment reports, fall 2010<br />18<br />
  19. 19. Types of Schools for Students Transferring to TICUA Institutions – Fall 2010<br />Source: TICUA enrollment reports, fall 2010<br />19<br />
  20. 20. Top 20 Prior Institutions of 1st Semester Transfer Students to TICUA Institutions – Fall 2010<br />20<br />Source: TICUA enrollment reports, fall 2010<br />
  21. 21. Top TICUA Member Recipients of First-Semester Transfer Students – Fall 2010<br />21<br />Source: TICUA enrollment reports, fall 2010<br />
  22. 22. Transfer Completion Rates – Spring 2010<br />Students who transfer to TICUA institutions are successful.<br />59% of students who transferred into a TICUA member institution in the fall of 2004 had received a degree by the spring of 2010.<br />Source: TICUA enrollment and completions reports.<br />22<br />
  23. 23. College Completion<br />TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education in Tennessee<br />23<br />
  24. 24. Percent of Degrees Awarded by Sector, 2009-10<br />Source: Tennessee Higher Education Commission and TICUA, Fall 2010.<br />24<br />
  25. 25. The number of degrees awarded by TICUA institutions has grown 20% in the last five years to reach a total of over 16,000 per year.<br />25<br />Source: TICUA completions reports.<br />
  26. 26. Students enrolling in TICUA campuses are more likely to graduate in a timely manner<br />Tennessee’s independent college students have higher 4-, 5-, and 6-year graduation rates than either students in TBR or UT systems.<br />Source:. IPEDS Graduation Rates Survey 2008 (accessed November 2010)<br />26<br />
  27. 27. Percent of Total Tennessee DegreesAwarded by TICUA Institutions<br />From Summer 2009 through Spring 2010, 49,353 degrees were awarded by institutions in Tennessee. TICUA institutions conferred 16,198 or 32.8% of the total.<br />Source: TICUA, completion reports, 2009-10 and THEC, December 2010.<br />27<br />
  28. 28. College Affordability<br />TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education in Tennessee<br />28<br />
  29. 29. Student Financial Aid<br />Source: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, <br />Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) “Student Financial Aid” Survey, 2008 (accessed fall 2010).<br />29<br />
  30. 30. Student Financial Aid<br />Federal Level<br />TICUA member campuses:<br />19,409TICUA students received the Pell Grant<br />48% of full-time, in-state undergraduates receive this award<br />35% of all undergraduates receive this award<br />Average Pell Award amount: $4,422<br />The Pell Grant is the primary federal grant given to <br />students based on financial need.<br />30<br />Source: TICUA, fall enrollment report, 2010. Yearly figures are based on fall 2010 award data.<br />
  31. 31. Student Financial Aid<br />State Level<br />TICUA member campuses:<br />Number of TICUA students receiving the Tennessee Student Assistance Award (TSAA) : 4,726<br />Average award amount: $3,908<br />The TSAA grant is the primary state grant given to <br /> students based on financial need.<br />This money is typically awarded by mid-February and 100,000 eligible students do not receive this award. <br />Source: TICUA, fall enrollment report, 2010. Yearly figures are based on fall 2010 award data.<br />31<br />
  32. 32. Student Financial Aid<br />State Level<br />TICUA member campuses:<br />Number of TICUA students receiving the Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship (TELS): 12,378<br />Total amount distributed: $55,475,837<br />The TELS award is based on academic performance, with a financial need component.<br />Source: TICUA, fall enrollment report, 2010. Yearly figures are based on fall 2010 award data.<br />32<br />
  33. 33. Tuition and Mandatory Fees<br />In 2010-11, the national average published tuition and fees at private 4-yr institutions was $27,293, $7,259 higher than the average tuition at a TICUA institution. <br />The average for private 4-yr institutions in the South was $23,601, $3,567 higher than the average tuition at a TICUA member institution. <br /> <br />Source: TICUA Tuition and Fee Survey, summer 2010; The College Board, Trends in College Prices, October 2010.<br />33<br />
  34. 34. Tennessee’s Economy<br />TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education in Tennessee<br />34<br />
  35. 35. TICUA Members’ Economic Impact<br />TICUA member campuses spend almost $4 billion each year—translating into an economic impact of over $7.8 billion.<br />TICUA institutions serve as one of the State’s largest employers. Our members employ over 36,000 faculty and staff.<br />The activities of TICUA member campuses sustain an additional 260,000 jobs in their local communities.<br />Source: TICUA Economic Impact Study, fall 2007.<br />35<br />
  36. 36. Top Majors of Students Receiving Degrees from TICUA Member Institutions<br />Source: TICUA, completion reports, 2009-10.<br />36<br />
  37. 37. Resources<br />37<br />
  38. 38. Additional Information<br /><ul><li>TICUA Online Services
  39. 39. TICUA Website (www.ticua.org)
  40. 40. TICUA affinity group electronic mailing lists (http://www.ticua.org/meetings_resources/listservs)
  41. 41. TICUA Institutional Directory (http://www.ticua.org/meetings_resources/directory)
  42. 42. Other
  43. 43. College for Tennessee (www.collegefortn.org)
  44. 44. Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation (http://www.tn.gov/collegepays/)
  45. 45. Tennessee Student Aid Alliance (www.tnsaa.org)
  46. 46. U-CAN (http://www.ucan-network.org/) </li></ul>38<br />
  47. 47. TICUA Staff Contact Information<br />Amy Heckman<br />AssistantDirector of Research & Technology<br />heckman@ticua.org<br />Dr. Patrick L. Meldrim<br />Vice President<br />meldrim@ticua.org<br />Jason Powell<br />Director, CHASCo<br />powell@ticua.org<br />Darlene Thornton<br />Administrative Coordinator<br />TICUA Benefit Consortium thornton@ticua.org<br />Dr. Claude O. Pressnell, Jr.<br />President<br />pressnell@ticua.org<br />Dr. Diane Berty<br />Vice President<br />berty@ticua.org<br />C. Gregg Conroy<br />Executive Director<br />TICUA Benefit Consortium<br />conroy@ticua.org<br />Laura Cornick<br />Assistant Director of <br />Administration & Logistics<br />cornick@ticua.org<br />39<br />

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