Tuition and Fees Presentation - Winston

Report
Proposed Tuition & Fee Changes
2012-2013
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Purpose/Process: Tuition & Fees-2012-2013
• Annual process to develop recommendation
for Campus Initiated Tuition Increase (CITI)
tuition and fees proposal
• Chancellor to the WSSU Board of Trustees
(BOT)
o UNC publishes guidance
o Approval authority--UNC Board of
Governors
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Tuition & Fees Working Group
 Brenda Allen,
Provost & VC Academic
 Austin Grier, Student, SGA Pres.—
Affairs—Co-chair
Co-chair
 Avery Andrews, Student
 Gerald Hunter, VC Finance & Admin.
Representative
 Carolynn Berry, Assoc. Prov.
 Jonathan Jackson,
Student
Representative, Past-President, SGA
Instit.
Planning/Assess/Grad Studies
 Owen Cooks, Assoc. VC Facilities
 Tomikia Legrande, Assoc. VC
Enrollment Mgmt
 Trae Cotton, VC Stud. Affairs, Co-chair  Justin McKenzie, Assoc. Provost/CIO
 Letitia Cornish, Asst. Provost
 Randy Mills,
Admin/Planning
 Leah Darby,
Assoc. VC Financial
Plan/Budget
Student Representative
 Devon Davis,
Student
 Robert Muhammad, Dir Financial Aid
 Olivia Sedwick, Student
Representative
 Kristopher Glenn, Grad. Student
Representative
 Nathan Thompson, Assoc. Controller,
Representative
Dir. Business Finances
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Tuition & Fees– BOG Guidance
Undergraduate Tuition: Tuition increases for undergraduate
resident students limited to 6.5% of current tuition.
• Campuses with significant unfunded needs may submit proposal
for Tuition increases above 6.5%---must fully document
significant need and provide detailed plan, and tuition is the only
viable funding.
o At least 25% of new tuition revenues must support needbased financial aid.
• Campuses whose Tuition & General Fee rates differ
significantly from those charged by similar UNC institutions or
public peer institutions may consider one-time adjustments to
tuition/fees to “catch up”—must be fully justified and
consideration should be given to phasing in the increase over a
multi-year period to reduce impact on students.
• Combined Tuition, General Fees, and Debt Service Fees must
continue to remain in the bottom quarter of WSSU’s public
peers.
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Tuition & Fees– BOG Guidance (cont)
• Non-resident Tuition: Tuition for non-resident students at all
levels …higher than the rates charged residents of NC and
comparable to the rates charged nonresident students by
comparable public institutions.
• Graduate Tuition: Although tuition ceilings have not been
established for graduate schools, campuses encouraged to review
all revenue sources before recommending increases higher than
the undergraduate rate increase.
• General Fees (Athletics, Student Activities, Student Health, and
Ed Tech) increases must not exceed 6.5% overall.
• Special Fees, Those that apply to students in particular programs
such as nursing, are permitted this year.
• Miscellaneous Service Charges, such as transcripts, ID
replacements, and diplomas, are also permitted.
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Proposed Tuition Changes 2012-2013
Tuition Category
Current
Tuition
2011-12
Campus Initiated
Tuition Increase
(CITI)
2012-13
UndergraduateResident
$2,670
$174
UndergraduateNon-Resident
$11,783
$174
Graduate-Resident
$3,177
$207
Graduate-NonResident
$12,473
$207
FTE’s
Revenue Projections
Total
% CITI
Change
$2,844
6.5%
$11,957
1.5%
$3,384
6.5%
$12,680
1.7%
$ Change
Amount
4477
$174
$778,998
Undergraduate-Non-Resident
400
$174
$69,600
Graduate-Resident
329
$207
$68,103
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$207
$ 2,898
Undergraduate-Resident
Graduate-Non-Resident
Total
5220
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$919,599
Tuition Revenue
 Tuition
o
o
New Revenue: $919,599
Financial Aid (25%): $229,900
Retention of students, faculty, staff
(75%): $689,700
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Proposed Fee Changes 2012-2013
General Fees
(6.5% Composite
Ceiling Imposed by GA)
Current
2011 -12
Proposed
2012 - 13
$
Change
Athletic Fee
$579
$579
Educational &
Technology Fee*
$406.46
$431.46
$25.00
6.2%
Health Service Fee
$207
$247
$40.00
19.3%
Student Activities Fee
$460.70
$495.70
$35.00
7.6%
Total General Fees
$1,653.16
$1,753.16
$100.00
6.0%
*Ed Tec Fee--Lifelong
Learning
$51/FTE
$15.00/CH
($21 for Grad)
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-
%
Change
NA
0%
NA
Education & Technology Fee
Current fee: $406.46
o Proposed: + $25 (6.2%)
 Resulting Fee: $431.46 (Generates: $130,500)
o Supports technology upgrades and
sustainment in classrooms/labs

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Student Health Fee Proposal
 Current Fee: $207
o Proposed: $40 (19.3%)
 Resulting Fee: $247 (Generates $208,800)
o Funds critical staffing needs—part-time
physician, full-time pharmacist, nurse
practitioner, and health educator.
o Permits on-campus pharmacy support at
convenient location
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Student Activities Proposal

Current fee: $460.70
o Proposed: + $35 (7.6%)
 Resulting Fee: $495.70 (Generates: $182,700)
o Supports Student Staffing for Thompson Ctr. Lobby—
greeters, information, facility monitoring.
o Adds Professional Staff for recreational functions in
new Student Activity Center (two bball courts, game
room, etc.), manage online registration and train
students for officiating.
o Funds co-curricular programs initiated by faculty.
o Funds programs/activities for non-traditional and
veteran students
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Special Indebtedness--Current
 Currently two existing fees:
o $115 issued to fund original construction of
Thompson Center
• Fee retires this year
o $75 issued for improvements in Civitan Park
 A previous fee committee and BOT approved
$185/FTE for construction of the new Student
Activities Center, but not implemented
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Summary New Special Indebtedness (cont)
 “Restore the core”: $115/FTE (Net increase—Zero)
 Student Activities Center: $60/FTE (Previously approved
at $185)
 South Campus Acquisitions/Improvements: $145/FTE
 North Campus Acquisitions/Improvements: 115/FTE

Total Debt Service: $510 ($320 net increase)
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Special Indebtedness--New

Restore the core: $115/FTE (offset by elimination of $115 for Thompson)
o $8M of capital expenditures to restore key academic infrastructure on
campus
o First project—Student Success Center
o Previous Fee Committee and BOT have approved.
 Student Activities Center: $60/FTE
$3.75M of capital expenditures on the new Student Activities Center
o Proposed fee REDUCES previously approved fee from $185 to $60/FTE
resulting in a savings of $125 per student
 South Campus Acquisitions/Improvements: $145/FTE
o $10M of capital expenditures to acquire and improve Civitan Park and
Bowman-Gray Stadium
o Key to development of the South campus
o Will attempt to re-finance with the current Civitan fee to reduce overall cost
North Campus Acquisitions/Improvements: $115/FTE
o $8M of capital expenditures for parking structures and north campus
improvements
o Key to development of the North campus
o Investments in pedestrian safety and campus connectivity
o

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Total Change: Tuition, General Fees, Debt
Service
Current
2011 -12
Proposed
2012 - 13
$
Change
%
Change
Tuition (Under/Res)
$2,670
$2,844
$174
6.5%
General Fees
$1,653
$1,753
$100
6.0%
Debt Service
$190
$510
$320
168%
Total
$4,513
$5,107
$594
13.2%
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Tuition & Fees—Peers
Quartile
2011-2012 Tuition & Fees
Rank--Least
Expensive
$4,513
1
$5,107
1
Alcorn State University
5,247
2
Albany State University
5,802
3
Fort Valley State University
6,030
4
SUNY College at Old Westbury
6,324
5
Univ. of Maryland, Eastern Shore
6,482
6
Tennessee State University
6,529
7
Norfolk State University
6,700
8
Morgan State University
6,896
9
Delaware State University
7,056
10
Virginia State University
7,090
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Prairie View A&M University
7,401
12
Jacksonville State University
7,650
13
University of South Carolina-Aiken
8,750
14
Francis Marion University
8,802
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PEER GROUP
WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIV. (2011-12)
WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIV. (2012-13)
I -- Least
Expensive
II
III
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Tuition & Fees—Peers (cont)
Quartile
IV Most
Expensive
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees
Rank--Least
Expensive
William J. Patterson
11,464
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Rutgers University—Camden
12,615
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Xavier University of Louisiana
17,900
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Spelman College
23,254
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PEER GROUP
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Full Peer Tuition/Fee “Catch Up” Scenario
Total Increase
Target
Potential--5
Years:
2012-13
Increase
$1,517
Resulting
Total
Percent
Increase
Headroom-Top of
Quartile
$ 594
$5,107
13.16%
$923
2013-14
Increase
$ 320
$5,427
6.3%
$603
2014-15
Increase
$ 278
$5,705
5.1%
$325
2015-16
Increase
$ 225
$5,903
3.9%
$100
2016-17
Increase
$ 100
$6,030
1.7%
$0
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Special Fees

Education &Human Performance Prof/Grad Licensing Fee:
$100/FTE
o Software subscription for TK-20 and electronic portfolio s/w

Health Sciences Prof/Grad Laboratory Fee: $500/FTE
o Funds high-cost consumables, certification exam preparation,
virtual equipment maintenance

Late Registration Fee: From $50 to $100
o Deter late registration to permit adequate planning for
courses, faculty, and enrollment projections

Lifelong Learning: Site-based Support Fee: $206 per student
o Purpose is to offset cost of site-based instruction.

International Education Fee: From $10/year to $15/year:
o Increase scholarships for international experiences
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Meal Plans Proposed Changes 2012-2013
Block Plans-Resident
2011 - 2012
2011 – 2012
2012 – 2013
Change
Change
Plan A (325/$125
meals/declining bal.)
$2,604
$2,784
$180
6.90%
Plan B (225/$150
meals/declining bal.)
$2,360
$2,523
$163
6.90%
Plan C (125/$125
meals/declining bal.)
$2,226
$2,380
$154
6.90%
Plan D (100/$250
meals/declining bal.)
$1,993
$2,131
$138
6.90%
Plan E (75/$325
meals/declining bal.)
$1,799
$1,923
$124
6.90%
Plan G (50/$450
meals/declining bal.)
$1,654
$1,768
$114
6.90%
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Meal Plans Proposed Changes 2012-2013
Commuter Plans
2011 – 2012
2012 – 2013
Change
Change
Plan I (75/$$100
meals/declining bal.)
$1,328
$1,420
$ 92
6.90%
Plan J (60/$125
meals/declining bal.)
$1,155
$1,235
$ 80
6.90%
Plan K (40/$175
meals/declining bal.)
$966
$1,033
$ 67
6.90%
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Meal Plan Increase Usage:


Based upon Consumer and Producer
Price indices (CPI, PPI)
Offsets increased costs of vendor and
operations/maintenance
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Housing and Residence Life Proposed Fee Increase and
Justification for Academic Year 2012-2013
Resident Hall
2012-2013
2012-2013
2011-2012 2011-2012 Proposed
Proposed
%
Price per Price per Increase
Total Price
Increase
Semester
Year
per
per
Semester
Semester
2012-2013
Proposed
Total Price
per Year
Traditional Air
$2,186
$4,372
$350
8%
$2,361
$4,722
Wilson Suites
$2,498
$4,996
$400
8%
$2,698
$5,396
Wilson Apartments
GHT 3 Bed ADA
Accessible
$2,836
$5,672
$0
0%
$2,836
$5,672
$2,829
$5,657
$453
8%
$3,055
$6,110
GHT 4 Bed Apartments
$2,829
$5,657
$453
8%
$3,055
$6,110
GHT 2 Bed Double Suites
$2,856
$5,712
$0
0%
$2,856
$5,712
GHT 1 Bed Single
$2,954
$5,908
$177
3%
$3,043
$6,085
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Housing and Residence Life Proposed Fee Increase and
Justification for Academic Year 2012-2013
Resident Hall
RAMS Commons 4
Bed/ Kitchenette
RAMS Commons 4
Bed Kitchen
RAMS Commons 2
Bed/ Kitchenette
RAMS Commons 2
Bed/ Kitchen
Foundations Heights
4 Bed and 4 Person
Foundations Heights
2 Bed and 4 Person
Foundations Heights
4 Bed and 8 Person
2011-2012
Price per
Semester
2012-2013
2011-2012 Proposed
%
Price per Increase
Increase
Year
per
Semester
2012-2013
Proposed
Total Price
per
Semester
2012-2013
Proposed
Total Price
per Year
$2,785
$5,570
$279
5%
$2,925
$5,849
$2,927
$5,854
$176
3%
$3,015
$6,030
$3,142
$6,283
$0
0%
$3,142
$6,283
$3,196
$6,392
$0
0%
$3,196
$6,392
$3,383
$6,766
$0
0%
$3,833
$6,766
$3,273
$6,546
$0
0%
$3,273
$6,546
$3,246
$6,492
$0
0%
$3,246
$6,492
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Housing Rate Increase Use




Offset increased operations and maintenance
costs
Promote more equitable pricing structure
Assist with strategic plan for meeting longterm housing needs
Additionally: Request increase of Housing
Cancellation Fee from $200 to $500.
 Incentive for reasonable notification to prevent unused
housing
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2012-13 Tuition & Fee Summary
Typical Student
Category
Undergrad.
Undergraduate
NonResident
Resident
Graduate
Resident
Graduate
NonResident
Tuition (CITI)
$174
$174
$207
$207
General Fees
$100
$100
$100
$100
Debt Service
$320
$320
$320
$320
$400
$400
$400
$400
225 meals/sem)
$163
$163
$163
$163
Total Increase
for Year:
$1,157
$1,157
$1,190
$1,190
Housing
(Apartment-Wilson Suites)
Meal Plan (Plan B -
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2012-13 Tuition & Fee Summary Typical
Student Total Cost
Category
Undergrad.
Resident
Non-Resident
Graduate
Resident
Graduate
NonResident
Tuition
$2,844
$11,957
$3,384
$12,680
General Fees
$1,754
$1,754
$1,754
$1,754
$510
$510
$510
$510
$5,672
$5,672
$5,672
$5,672
$2,523
$2,523
$2,523
$2,523
$13,303
$22,416
$13,843
$23,139
Debt Service
Housing
(Apartment-Wilson)
Meal - Plan B
(225 meals/sem.)
Total
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questions?
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BACKUP SLIDES
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WSSU Tuition History 2008 – 2013
Category
UndergradResident
20072008
%
20082009
%
20092010
%
20102011
%
20112012
$1,701
0%
$1,701
4%
$1,769
28.6%
$2,274
17.4%
$2,670
$10,341
0%
$10,341
4%
$10,755
6.2%
$11,420
3.2%
$11,783
Grad.
Resident
$2,060
4%
$2,142
4%
$2,228
27.6%
$2,843
11.7%
$3,177
GradNonResident
$10,553
4%
$10,975
4%
$11,414
6.3%
$12,129
2.8%
$12,473
UndergradNonResident
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General Fee History 2007 - 2011
Fee
200708
%
200809
%
2009-10
%
201011
%
201112
Athletic Fee
$544
6.5%
$579
0%
$579
0%
$579
0%
$579
Education &
Technology
Fee
$301
0%
$301
13.4%
$341.46
7.3%
$366.46
10.9%
$406.46
Health
Service Fee
$178
5%
$187
4%
$187
0%
$187
10.7%
$207
Student
Activity Fee
$360
5.5%
$380
6.5%
$404.70
4%
$420.70
9.5%
$460.70
Total
General
Fees
$1,384
$1,448
$1,513.16
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$1554.16
$1,654.16
Context: Tuition & Fees: 2010-2012
•
Supplemental Tuition: The 2010 General Assembly
provided guidance for up to $750 additional increase in
tuition assessed across 2010-11, 2011-12:
Category Student
2010-11
2011-12
TOTAL Supplemental
Und. Res.
$390
$233
$623
Und. Non-Res.
$550
$200
$750
Grad. Res.
$500
$140
$640
Grad. Non-Res.
$600
$150
$750
• Revenue: $3.5 million—75% to offset budget reduction
offset; 25% to financial aid
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