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Our Service to Students and Employers• Served about 53,000 people last year• On average, 90% graduate placement• 23% of ar...
FVTC Region
Driving Forces• Community needs – 30% growth in enrollment• Employer needs – growing demand for people with  technical ski...
Proposed Facilities Expansion ProjectsPublic Safety Training Center•    Vital hands-on tactical training for students and ...
Proposed Facilities Expansion Projects                                 (cont’d)Agriculture Center Expansion•   Accommodate...
Proposed Public Referendum           Tuesday, April 3 vote• Approximately $1/month• Tax impact estimated at $12.50/year pe...
Background & Schedule•   Annual Facilities Planning•   Surveys – Fall 2011•   Public hearings – December 2011•   Board dec...
The One-Time Economic Impact of   Constructing the Public Safety Training Center *   • $59.6 million in total economic imp...
Summarizing the Economic Impact        Public Safety Training Center• This region will realize over $100 million in econom...
2014-15  Annual Operating Cost EstimatesPublic Safety Training Center                   $ 953,000Health Simulation and Tec...
Increased Student CapacityAnnually700 degree-seeking students3,500 continuing education studentsThese facilities will prov...
Questions?For more information, please visit:    www.fvtc.edu/referendum
FVTC Facilities Plan Presentation
FVTC Facilities Plan Presentation
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FVTC Facilities Plan Presentation

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Since January 2012, business and community groups throughout FVTC’s nine-county district have been learning about the college’s proposed facilities plan expansion via presentations by college administrators and staff. Here’s the slide presentation that’s been shared with thousands of people in our region.

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FVTC Facilities Plan Presentation

  1. 1. Our Service to Students and Employers• Served about 53,000 people last year• On average, 90% graduate placement• 23% of area HS graduates enroll directly from high school; 43% within two years• Statewide leader in business and industry training; 1,500 employers and 20,000 employees
  2. 2. FVTC Region
  3. 3. Driving Forces• Community needs – 30% growth in enrollment• Employer needs – growing demand for people with technical skills• Student needs – realistic, hands-on, in-depth nature of training• College needs – expand capacity to address workforce dynamics
  4. 4. Proposed Facilities Expansion ProjectsPublic Safety Training Center• Vital hands-on tactical training for students and public safety professionalsHealth Simulation and Technology Center• Enhanced training through patient/medical simulationStudent Success Center• Increased support service space to help more/diverse students become work readyTransportation Center Expansion• Addresses state’s annual need for 8,000-10,000 truck drivers and 400 diesel mechanics
  5. 5. Proposed Facilities Expansion Projects (cont’d)Agriculture Center Expansion• Accommodates 87% enrollment growth in ag-related programs since 2008Future Regional Expansion- Oshkosh• Provides for future campus needs & program growthFuture Regional Expansion- Chilton• Meets rural health care training needs & reduces operating expense
  6. 6. Proposed Public Referendum Tuesday, April 3 vote• Approximately $1/month• Tax impact estimated at $12.50/year per $100,000 of property value – 15 years Not to Exceed $66,525,000
  7. 7. Background & Schedule• Annual Facilities Planning• Surveys – Fall 2011• Public hearings – December 2011• Board decision to proceed – January 17, 2012• Referendum vote: April 3, 2012
  8. 8. The One-Time Economic Impact of Constructing the Public Safety Training Center * • $59.6 million in total economic impact • 281 WI jobs created and supported • $1.5 million state & local tax revenue The Annual Economic Impact of Public Safety Training Center Operations * • $11.9 million in total economic impact • 104 WI jobs created and supported • $469,070 in state & local tax revenue* Economic Impact Study performed by NorthStar Economics, Inc.
  9. 9. Summarizing the Economic Impact Public Safety Training Center• This region will realize over $100 million in economic impact in the first five years from this roughly $35 million investment *• Does not include the benefits realized by producing well- prepared graduates or increasing the skill levels of public safety workers in the region * Economic Impact Study performed by NorthStar Economics, Inc.
  10. 10. 2014-15 Annual Operating Cost EstimatesPublic Safety Training Center $ 953,000Health Simulation and Technology Center $ 232,000Student Success Center $ 92,000Transportation Center Expansion $ 160,000Agriculture Center Expansion $ 65,000Chilton Regional Center $ 7,000 Total: $1,509,000Offsets: Leases/Utilities Terminated $ (384,000) Increase in New Net Revenue $ (630,000) (multiple sources) Total: $ (1,014,000) Balance: $ 495,000
  11. 11. Increased Student CapacityAnnually700 degree-seeking students3,500 continuing education studentsThese facilities will provide the capacity to serve21,000 more people within the first 5 years alone.
  12. 12. Questions?For more information, please visit: www.fvtc.edu/referendum

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