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  1. 1. House Education Committee February 26, 2013 Dr. Claude Pressnell, TICUA President Spring 2013
  2. 2. TICUA Within the Context of Higher Education US Higher Education 2
  3. 3. US Higher Education: Number of Institutions More than 8,200 degree-granting and non-degree-granting institutions are accredited by institutional accrediting organizations. (These organizations are in turn recognized by either Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or US Department of Education or both.) 4,634 Degree Granting Institutions in the US:  1,705 Public Colleges and Universities  1,054 two-year public  585 four-year public  66 special-focus institutions  1,713 Private Non-Profit Colleges and Universities  114 two-year non-profit  1,023 four-year non-profit  576 special-focus institutions  1,216 Two- and Four-Year For-Profit Institutions  752 two-year for-profit  223 four-year for-profit  241 special-focus institutions Source: Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) & Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac, August 2012 3
  4. 4. US Higher Education: Number of Students Total US enrollment at public and private, for- profit and not-for-profit institutions is 21,016,126. Total TN enrollment at public and private , for- profit and not-for-profit institutions is 351,988. Tennessee’s enrollment is 1.7% of the national enrollment. Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac, August 2012 4
  5. 5. TICUA Within the Context of Higher Education Tennessee Higher Education 5
  6. 6. Tennessee Domiciled Regionally Accredited Institutions TICUA Colleges and Universities  31 four-year colleges and universities  3 professional colleges Public Colleges and Universities  Tennessee Board of Regents  27 technology centers  13 two-year community colleges  6 four-year universities  Regents On-line Degree Program  University of Tennessee  3 four-year universities  Health Sciences Center  Space Institute  Institute of Agriculture  Institute for Public Service For Profit  2 four-year colleges Sources: Tennessee Higher Education Commission, Tennessee Board of Regents, University of Tennessee, Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac August 2011 6
  7. 7. TICUA Member Campus LocationsTICUA member institutions operate 34 main campuses and 75 satellite and off-site degree programs, including 13, out of state programs.Source: TICUA alternative academic program survey 7
  8. 8. Tennessee Higher Education HighlightsTICUA institutions enroll 25 percent of total TN enrollment and award 33 percent of degrees. Fall 2012 Enrollment by Sector Degrees Awarded by Sector, 2011-12 UT SystemTBR 4- 16% TICUA Year TBR 4-Yr 33% 30% 31% TICUA 25% TBR 2-Yr UT TBR 2- 16% 20% Year 30%Source: TICUA and THEC, fall 2012 8
  9. 9. TN Residents Attending TICUA Institutions  43,527 Tennessee residents attend TICUA member institutions o 56% of students at TICUA Institutions are TN residents  42% of full-time, in-State undergraduates receive the federal Pell Grant, which supports low-income students  26% of Tennessee residents attending TICUA member institutions as undergraduates identify as non-WhiteSource: TICUA Enrollment and Completions reports, fall 2012 9
  10. 10. TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education in Tennessee College/University Participation 10
  11. 11. Share of Enrollment by Higher Education Sector, Fall 2012 UT System 49,236 TBR 4-Year 16% 92,489 30% TICUA 77,754 25% TBR 2-Year 92,259 30%Source: THEC and TICUA, fall 2012 11
  12. 12. TICUA Fall Enrollment by Headcount, 10-Year Trend 76,017 77,754 74,344 71,486 66,820 64,340 60,439 62,218 57,911 55,270 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 TICUA total headcount enrollment increased 2% from fall 2011 to 2012. Five-year enrollment trend: ↑ 21% Ten-year enrollment trend: ↑ 45%Source: Fall enrollment report, figures based on headcount, TICUA, fall 2012 12
  13. 13. TICUA Enrollment by County, Fall 2012TICUA member colleges and universities enroll students from every county in the State. Source: Fall enrollment report, figures based on headcount, TICUA, fall 2012 13
  14. 14. TICUA Enrollment by State, Fall 201243% of students enrolled in TICUA member campuses are from other states and countries throughout the world. Source: Fall enrollment report, figures based on headcount, TICUA, fall 2012 14
  15. 15. TICUA: Percent of 2012 Undergraduate Enrollment by Race White 69% Black or African American 15% Unclassified 5% Hispanic 4% Non-Resident Alien 3% Asian 2% Two or more races 2% American Indian or Alaska Native 0.3% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific 0.1% Islander 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80%Source: Headcount enrollment figures, TICUA, fall enrollment report, 2012 15
  16. 16. TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education in Tennessee Transfer Students 16
  17. 17. Tennessee Community College 1st Semester TransferStudents to TICUA Institutions: Fall 2004-Fall 2012 1,387 1,284 1,233 1,123 1,070 1,014 993 1,011 971 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011 Fall 2012Source: TICUA enrollment reports, fall 2012 17
  18. 18. Top 20 Prior Institutions of 1st Semester Transfer Students to TICUA Institutions – Fall 2012 Number of Institution Name City State Type Transfers Southwest Tennessee Community College Memphis TN 191 Public 2-Year Pellissippi State Community College Knoxville TN 188 Public 2-Year Walters State Community College Morristown TN 143 Public 2-Year Northeast State Community College Blountville TN 128 Public 2-Year Volunteer State Community College Gallatin TN 114 Public 2-Year Roane State Community College Harriman TN 96 Public 2-Year Nashville State Community College Nashville TN 95 Public 2-Year Columbia State Community College Columbia TN 87 Public 2-Year Jackson State Community College Jackson TN 85 Public 2-Year Cleveland State Community College Cleveland TN 77 Public 4-Year The University of Tennessee Knoxville TN 74 Public 4-Year Northwest Mississippi Community College Senatobia MS 72 Public 2-Year University of Memphis Memphis TN 66 Public 4-Year Middle Tennessee State University Murfreesboro TN 55 Public 4-Year Tennessee State University Nashville TN 48 Public 4-Year East Tennessee State University Johnson City TN 48 Public 4-Year Southwest Virginia Community College Richlands VA 39 Public 2-Year Virginia Highlands Community College Abingdon VA 37 Public 2-Year Mountain Empire Community College Big Stone Gap VA 37 Public 2-Year Lane College Jackson TN 34 Private 4-Year Source: TICUA enrollment reports, fall 2012 18
  19. 19. Types of Prior Schools for Students Transferring to TICUA Institutions – Fall 2012Source: TICUA enrollment reports, fall 2012 19
  20. 20. Top TICUA Member Recipients of First-Semester Transfer Students – Fall 2012 Number of % of Total Institution Name Transfers TransfersBelmont University 537 12%King College 483 11%Lincoln Memorial University 294 7%Union University 248 6%Baptist College of Health Sciences 246 6% Source: TICUA enrollment reports, fall 2012 20
  21. 21. TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education in Tennessee College Completion 21
  22. 22. Percent of Degrees Awarded by Sector, 2011-12Source: Tennessee Higher Education Commission and TICUA, fall 2012 22
  23. 23. The number ofdegreesawarded byTICUAinstitutions hasgrown 23% inthe last fiveyears to reach atotal of nearly18,000 peryear. Source: TICUA completions reports 23
  24. 24. Studentsenrolling inTICUAcampusesare likely tograduateon time Tennessee’s independent college students have higher 4-, 5-, and 6-year graduation rates than either students at TBR universities or the UT system universities.Source:. IPEDS Graduation Rates Survey 2011 – fall 2005 cohort (accessed fall 2012) 24
  25. 25. Percent of Total Tennessee Degrees Awarded by TICUA Institutions Degree TICUA UT TBR 2-Yr TBR 4-Yr Total TICUA % of TotalAssociate 484 0 9,087 380 9,951 5%Bachelor 11,042 7,208 0 12,748 30,998 36%Master 5,053 2,375 0 3,488 10,916 46%First Professional 804 649 0 270 1,723 47%Doctoral 589 515 0 329 1,433 41%Total 17,972 10,747 9,087 17,215 55,021 33%From Summer 2011 through Spring 2012, 55,021 degreeswere awarded by institutions in Tennessee. TICUAinstitutions conferred 17,972 or 33% of the total. Source: TICUA, completion reports, 2011-12 and THEC, December 2012 25
  26. 26. Top Majors of Students Receiving Degrees from TICUA Member InstitutionsSource: TICUA, completion reports, 2011-12 26
  27. 27. Top Majors of Students Receiving STEM Degrees from TICUA Member Institutions STEM degrees include majors in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.Source: TICUA, completion reports, 2011-12 27
  28. 28. TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education in Tennessee College Affordability 28
  29. 29. Student Financial Aid Approximately 90% of first-time, full-time students attending TICUA member institutions receive some form of financial aid – the majority of which comes from the institutions’ own resources.Source: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System(IPEDS) “Student Financial Aid” Survey, 2011 (accessed fall 2012) 29
  30. 30. Amount of Grant Aid by Source - 2001-2011Source: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) “Student Financial Aid” Survey, 2011 (accessed fall 2012)
  31. 31. Student Financial Aid – Pell Grant TICUA member campuses:  18,468 TICUA students received the Pell Grant  42% of Full-Time, In-State Undergraduates  Average yearly Pell Award amount: $4,468 The Pell Grant is the primary federal grant given to students based on financial need. Source: TICUA, fall enrollment report, 2012. Yearly figures are based on fall 2012 award data 31
  32. 32. Student Financial Aid – Tennessee Student Assistance Award TICUA member campuses:  Number of TICUA students receiving the Tennessee Student Assistance Award (TSAA) : 4,562  Average award amount: $3,903 The TSAA grant is the primary state grant given to students based on financial need. This money is typically awarded by mid-February and 130,000 eligible students do not receive this award. Source: TICUA, fall enrollment report, 2012; Yearly figures are based on fall 2012 award data 32
  33. 33. Student Financial Aid- Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship TICUA member campuses:  Number of TICUA students receiving the Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship (TELS) : 11,531  40% of TN Undergraduates receive TELS  Total amount distributed: $55,715,089 The TELS award is a State scholarship based on academic performance, with a financial need component. Source: TICUA, fall enrollment report, 2012; Yearly figures are based on fall 2012 award data 33
  34. 34. Tuition and Mandatory FeesIn 2011-12, the nationalaverage published tuitionand fees at private 4-yrinstitutions was $28,500,$7,683 higher than theaverage tuition at a TICUAinstitution.The average for private 4-yrinstitutions in the South was$24,713, $3,896 higher thanthe average tuition at aTICUA member institution. Source: TICUA Tuition and Fee Survey, summer 2012; The College Board, Trends in College Prices, October 2012 34
  35. 35. Student Debt
  36. 36. TICUA’s Contribution to Higher Education in Tennessee Tennessee’s Economy 36
  37. 37. TICUA Members’ Economic Impact TICUA member colleges and universities have an economic impact of over $16 billion. TICUA institutions serve as one of the State’s largest employers. Our members employ over 30,000 faculty and staff. The activities of TICUA member campuses sustain an additional 301,000 jobs in their local communities. Source: TICUA 2009-10 economic impact study 37
  38. 38. House Education Committee February 26, 2013 Dr. Claude Pressnell, TICUA President Spring 2013

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