USHE Budget Priorities 2013-14

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USHE Budget Priorities 2013-14

  1. 1. Governor’s Education Excellence Commission 2013-14 Budget Priorities Preview David L. Buhler, Commissioner of Higher Education November 27, 2012
  2. 2. Financing of Higher Education Funding per Student FTE 2008 Funding per Student FTE 2012 Tuition Tax Funds Tuition Tax Funds 37% 63% 51% 49% Total funding per student has decreased $600
  3. 3. Benefits of Higher Education – for Utahns Utahns’ Wage Earnings and Unemployment (by educational attainment) 8.2% $59,843 7.6% $41,273 5.5% $30,632 $26,355 4.1% $19,316 1.4% Less than High School High School Diploma Some Bachelors Degree Graduate Degree Diploma College, Certificates & Associates Degrees Median Wage Unemployment Rate
  4. 4. Benefits of Higher Education – for the StateState Tax Contributions & Population (by educational attainment) Taxes Paid Population 48% 40% 38% 34% 28% 12% No Postsecondary Education Certificates & Associates Degrees & Higher Some College, Bachelors
  5. 5. Top Budget Priorities
  6. 6. 1) Compensation • Same state funded increase offered to all other state and public education employees – State portion (75%) of 1% increase: ~$7M – State portion of 1% benefits increase: ~$900K • USHE competes regionally and nationally for talent • Full-time and adjunct faculty averages are currently below national peer group institutions
  7. 7. 2) Mission Based Performance Funding - $16 millionTwo of four priorities requested:1. Distinctive Mission $8 million (Participation, Completion, Economic Development)2. Equity $8 million – Target 55-70% of state funds based on mission – Addresses inequities in funding mix3. New Enrollment Growth Not requested4. Historic Unfunded Growth Not requested
  8. 8. 2) Mission Based Performance Funding Distinctive Mission Implementation (2012-13) Institution Participation Completion Economic Development UU $300,000 $602,200 USU $595,000 $173,000 $75,000 WSU $412,400 SUU $40,000 $91,300 $57,000 Snow $20,797 $88,503 Dixie $156,000 UVU $70,939 $297,404 $102,557 SLCC $472,700 TOTAL: $1,139,136 $1,490,404 $925,260
  9. 9. 3) 66%: Expand Teaching Capacity & Completions by 2020 • USHE must increase degrees & certificates awarded by 4% each year to reach 66% by 2020 • This is the first step to create a highly-educated workforce Innovation Investment Leverage use of technology In Capacity and Completion Broaden reach to K-12 students $30M increases capacity in critical programs • College readiness + $10M scholarships to assist in completion • 1st generation college- _________________________________ goers Total: $40 million investment Focus on industry needs • STEM & Health Professions $20M/$20M Investment Plan $20M state contribution + $20M institutional innovation & investment _________________________________ 9 Total: $40 million investment
  10. 10. 3) 66% : Expand Teaching Capacity & Completions by 2020 Annual Growth in Certificates (>1 yr) and Degrees to USHE students 46000 44000 45,000+ 42000 40000 38000 36000 34000 31,339 32000 30000 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20
  11. 11. 3) 66% : Expand Teaching Capacity & Completions by 2020 • Total FY13 request: $20 million state funds – Increase capacity for completion: $15 million – Scholarships/incentives - $5 million – Institutions to also invest $20 million – Focus on high-growth, high wage degree areas (STEM and health professions)$20M State + $20M Institution Match = $40M Total Investment
  12. 12. Other Higher Education Priorities
  13. 13. 4) Operational Imperatives - $10,446,000 • O&M for Non-State funded projects $4,396,000 – University of Utah – Utah State University – Weber State University • U of U Utility Rates $3,900,000 • Higher Ed Tech Initiative (HETI) $2,150,000 – Leverages combined volume purchasing power of all institutions for IT purchases
  14. 14. 5) USHE Programs - $2,950,000 • Student Access – Success Stipends: (need based financial aid): $2 million • work-study & grants (average award: $850/student) – Regents and New Century Scholarships: $500,000 • Projected ~25% growth – Tech Intensive Concurrent Enrollment: $150,000 • Ongoing course maintenance, consultation, articulation, transfer • Collaboration – Utah Academic Library Consortium $300,000 • Database acquisition for use by all institutions
  15. 15. State Initiatives
  16. 16. 1) University of Utah School of Medicine - $ 10 million • To increase class by 40 students per year (160 more) • $62,500/student/year (avg. natl. cost: $100-110k) • 1,500 applicants for 82 slots last year • To help address Utah’s primary care physician shortage • $3.5 million one-time reduction in first year
  17. 17. 2) DSC - University Implementation - $4 Million • Assuming Regents approve mission change • Expected to meet agreed upon benchmarks by end of 2012 • Will help implement new mission • To enhance capacity, including technology
  18. 18. One-time Increases $1,750,000
  19. 19. One-time Increases1. Higher Education Technology Initiative (HETI) $750,000 – Security software & ongoing license/maintenance ($150,000)2. Utah Academic Library Consortium (UALC) $300,000 – Training for digital preservation of historical materials3. Tech. Intensive Concurrent Enrollment (TICE) $600,000 – To complete last 7 General Education courses – Full delivery planned for Fall 20144. Utah Women and Education Initiative (UWEI) $100,000 – Continued implementation of the Utah Women’s College Task Force recommendations
  20. 20. Supplemental Increases
  21. 21. Supplemental Increases - $2,873,600 • O&M Requests for non-state funded projects – One-time funds on projects approved by Legislature that did not receive funding in FY2012-13 – 9 projects at U of U, USU, WSU
  22. 22. Capital Development Projects
  23. 23. Capital Development Prioritization for 2013-14Priority Institution & Project State Funds 1 WSU New Science Lab Building (STEM) $60,900,000 1 UVU Classroom Building (Enrollment) $53,200,000 3 Snow Science Building Reconstruction (STEM) $11,800,000 4 USU Biological Sciences Building (STEM) $60,000,000 5 USU-CEU Central Instruction Building $20,000,000 6 SLCC CTE Classroom & Learning Service Building $15,000,000 (STEM) 7 DSC East Elementary School Purchase $1,500,000 (also included in Land Bank Request)
  24. 24. Land Bank Requests (Not Prioritized) Institution Property Amount Dixie State • East Elementary School $1,500,000 College • University Plaza $4,200,000 • Larkin Property $1,500,000 • Commercial Property (adjacent to campus) $1,500,000Southern Utah • 7 Residential Lots (proximate to campus) $1,150,000 University • 6 Residential Lots (proximate to campus) $1,200,000 • 2 Residential Lots (contiguous to campus) $370,000 Utah Valley • Old Geneva Steel Site $12,500,000 University
  25. 25. Questions/Discussion

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