All Presentations July 2014-R - Arkansas Department of Higher

Report
AHECB Finance Committee Meeting
July 25, 2014
Tara Smith
Senior Associate Director, Institutional Finance
AGENDA ITEM NO. 6
OPERATING NEEDS AND
RECOMMENDATIONS
FOR THE 2015-17 BIENNIUM
Institutional Need
• SSCH decreased 9.8% for Colleges and increased 0.6% for Universities
over the previous calendar year used for the 2013-15 Biennium operating
need calculations
• AHECB approved the funding model adjustments at its meeting on April
25, 2014
– Faculty Salaries in the Need models were increased to 2013 SREB Average and
Adjusted to the 2015-16 level to reflect the Higher Education Price Index (HEPI)
Increase
– Tuition Rates were increased to reflect the Higher Education Price Index (HEPI)
Increase
– Students Services Rates were increased to reflect the Higher Education Price
Index (HEPI) Increase (2-YR & Technical Center Models only)
– Fringe Benefit component added (University model only)
• FY16 Need for Higher Education is $936.4 million for institutions and
$231.8 million for non-formula entities
ADHE Recommendation
• ADHE recommends an increase of $143.8 million for
all entities.
• This recommendation will bring all institutions to at
least 75% of Need.
Operating Recommendations
Table A. Summary of Operating Needs & Recommendations for the 2015-17 Biennium
.
FY2015-16
FY2016-17
AHECB Recommendations
AHECB Recommendations
Fiscal Year 2014-15 Base
10%
Total Current
90% Current Performance RSA Base
Institution Type
RSA Base
Funding
(4/14/14)
Colleges
127,731,761 14,192,418
141,924,179
Universities
362,882,558 40,320,284
403,202,842
Subtotal 490,614,319 54,512,702
545,127,021
Technical Centers
5,272,810
Grand Total
550,399,831
EETF (7/11/14)
7,275,820
37,040,033
44,315,853
0
44,315,853
.
100% Model
WF2000
Total Fiscal Calculated Need
Total
(7/21/14)
Year Base
Recommendation New Funds
22,366,889 171,566,888
230,145,895
190,353,576 18,786,688
0 440,242,876
692,901,461
529,495,850 89,252,974
22,366,889 611,809,763
923,047,356
719,849,426 108,039,662
2,136,352
7,409,162
13,389,916
10,594,523 3,185,361
24,503,241 619,218,925
936,437,272
730,443,948 111,225,023
% Inc
11.0%
20.3%
17.7%
43.0%
18.0%
FY2015-16
FY2016-17
AHECB Recommendations
AHECB Recommendations
Total
Recommendation
196,064,183
545,380,725
741,444,908
10,912,358
752,357,267
New
Funds
5,710,607
15,884,875
21,595,483
317,836
21,913,318
Fiscal Year 2014-15 Base
100% ADHE
Total Current
Recommendations
RSA Base
EETF
Total Fiscal
Total
Non-Formula Entity Type
(4/14/14) (7/11/14)
Year Base
Recommendation New Funds
Non-Formula Entities
87,958,144 13,480,350
101,438,494
120,334,883
120,334,883
18,896,389
Health Care-Related UAMS 88,204,430 9,564,025
97,768,455
111,430,309
111,430,309
13,661,854
Grand Total
176,162,574 23,044,375
199,206,949
231,765,192
231,765,192
32,558,243
Fiscal Year 2014-15 Base
All Institution Types
Total
10%
Total Current
90% Current Performance RSA Base
RSA Base
Funding
(4/14/14)
490,614,319
54,512,702
726,562,405
EETF (7/11/14)
67,360,228
% Inc
Total
Recommendation
18.6%
$125,133,904
14.0%
$115,547,246
16.3%
$240,681,150
New Funds
$4,799,021
$4,116,937
$8,915,958
FY2015-16 AHECB Recommendation
WF2000
(7/21/2014)
24,503,241
Total Fiscal
Year Base
818,425,874
Total
Recommendation
962,209,140
New Funds
143,783,266
% Inc
25.4%
30.1%
27.4%
FY2016-17 AHECB Recommendation
% Inc
17.6%
Total
Recommendation
993,038,417
New Funds
30,829,277
% Inc
3.2%
% Inc
3.0%
3.0%
3.0%
3.0%
3.0%
Operating Recommendations
Table B. 2015-17 Four-Year Universities Recommendations
2014-15
Inst
ASUJ
ATU
HSU
SAUM
UAF
UAFS
UALR
UAM
UAPB
UCA
Total
90% Needsbased RSA
Base
50,740,480
26,839,746
16,798,883
14,026,479
105,782,841
18,535,154
51,000,535
11,761,041
19,594,164
47,803,235
362,882,558
10%
Outcomesbased RSA
Total Base
Base
Total RSA EETF (RSA & EETF) Total Need
5,637,831 56,378,311 6,010,765 62,389,076 104,350,407
2,982,194 29,821,940 2,063,110 31,885,050 53,552,923
1,866,543 18,665,426 2,134,190 20,799,616 24,533,394
1,558,498 15,584,976 1,261,779 16,846,756 23,106,114
11,753,649 117,536,490 9,346,888 126,883,378 231,597,916
2,059,462 20,594,615 3,127,187 23,721,803 35,333,358
5,666,726 56,667,261 5,419,788 62,087,049 89,854,968
1,306,782 13,067,823 1,088,956 14,156,779 17,717,248
2,177,129 21,771,294 1,890,404 23,661,697 24,739,972
5,311,471 53,114,705 4,696,967 57,811,672 88,115,161
40,320,284 403,202,842 37,040,033 440,242,876 692,901,461
FY2015-16
3.0% Continuing
Level on RSA Adjustment to
% of (90% Needs- Reach 75% of
Need
Based)
Need
59.8%
1,522,214
14,351,515
59.5%
805,192
7,474,450
84.8%
503,967
72.9%
420,794
62,036
54.8%
3,173,485
43,641,574
67.1%
556,055
2,222,161
69.1%
1,530,016
3,774,161
79.9%
352,831
95.6%
587,825
65.6%
1,434,097
6,840,602
63.5%
10,886,477
78,366,497
FY2016-17
Total
3.0% Continuing
Total
New Funds Recommendation % of Need
Level
Recommendation
15,873,729
78,262,805
75.0%
2,347,884
80,610,689
8,279,642
40,164,692
75.0%
1,204,941
41,369,633
503,967
21,303,582
86.8%
639,107
21,942,689
482,830
17,329,586
75.0%
519,888
17,849,473
46,815,059
173,698,437
75.0%
5,210,953
178,909,390
2,778,216
26,500,018
75.0%
795,001
27,295,019
5,304,177
67,391,226
75.0%
2,021,737
69,412,963
352,831
14,509,610
81.9%
435,288
14,944,899
587,825
24,249,522
98.0%
727,486
24,977,008
8,274,699
66,086,371
75.0%
1,982,591
68,068,962
89,252,974
529,495,850
76.4%
15,884,875
545,380,725
Operating Recommendations
Table C. 2015-17 Two-Year Colleges Recommendations
FY2014-15
Inst
ANC
ASUB
ASUMH
ASUN
BRTC
CCCUA
CotO
EACC
MSCC
NAC
NPCC
NWACC
OZC
PCCUA
PTC
RMCC
SACC
SAUT
SEAC
UACCB
UACCH
UACCM
Total
10%
90% Needs- Outcomesbased RSA based
Total RSA
Base
RSA Base
Base
7,719,347
857,705 8,577,052
10,652,154 1,183,573 11,835,727
3,283,299
364,811 3,648,110
5,393,064
599,229 5,992,293
5,502,164
611,352 6,113,516
3,056,222
339,580 3,395,802
3,174,535
352,726 3,527,261
5,209,252
578,806 5,788,058
3,472,206
385,801 3,858,007
7,170,268
796,696 7,966,964
8,141,840
904,649 9,046,489
9,557,282 1,061,920 10,619,202
2,813,828
312,648 3,126,475
8,156,779
906,309 9,063,088
13,623,693 1,513,744 15,137,437
2,886,182
320,687 3,206,869
5,430,876
603,431 6,034,307
5,134,960
570,551 5,705,511
5,073,118
563,680 5,636,798
3,717,955
413,106 4,131,061
4,042,797
449,200 4,491,997
4,519,940
502,216 5,022,155
127,731,761 14,192,418 141,924,179
EETF
736,111
1,468,406
0
0
0
0
0
768,454
0
453,840
1,149,330
1,015,712
0
748,370
0
202,844
525,567
207,186
0
0
0
0
7,275,820
FY2015-16
Total Base
(RSA, EETF
WF2000 & WF2000)
723,753 10,036,916
794,044 14,098,177
815,811 4,463,921
1,403,661 7,395,954
2,223,088 8,336,604
1,337,033 4,732,835
1,144,993 4,672,254
0 6,556,512
2,169,328 6,027,335
569,510 8,990,314
661,439 10,857,258
0 11,634,914
1,259,310 4,385,785
524,636 10,336,094
2,251,370 17,388,807
0 3,409,713
456,843 7,016,717
0 5,912,697
1,955,738 7,592,536
858,220 4,989,281
1,939,647 6,431,644
1,278,465 6,300,620
22,366,889 171,566,888
Total Need
10,047,212
14,903,030
7,409,518
10,620,472
11,507,155
7,077,894
6,398,044
6,704,153
8,068,853
10,630,436
12,522,410
22,332,054
7,241,864
10,344,459
30,593,918
4,547,037
8,548,192
9,547,617
7,811,396
6,381,304
7,156,218
9,752,659
230,145,895
% of
Need
Met
99.9%
94.6%
60.2%
69.6%
72.4%
66.9%
73.0%
97.8%
74.7%
84.6%
86.7%
52.1%
60.6%
99.9%
56.8%
75.0%
82.1%
61.9%
97.2%
78.2%
89.9%
64.6%
74.5%
FY2016-17
3.0%
Continuing
Level on RSA Adjustment
% of
3.0%
(90% Needsto Reach
Total
Need Continuing
Total
Based)
75% of Need New Funds Recommendation Met
Level
Recommendation
231,580
231,580
10,268,497 100.0%
308,055
10,576,552
319,565
319,565
14,417,742 96.7%
432,532
14,850,274
98,499
994,719
1,093,218
5,557,139 75.0%
166,714
5,723,853
161,792
407,608
569,400
7,965,354 75.0%
238,961
8,204,315
165,065
128,697
293,762
8,630,366 75.0%
258,911
8,889,277
91,687
483,899
575,586
5,308,421 75.0%
159,253
5,467,673
95,236
31,043
126,279
4,798,533 75.0%
143,956
4,942,489
156,278
156,278
6,712,789 100.0%
201,384
6,914,173
104,166
104,166
6,131,501 76.0%
183,945
6,315,446
215,108
215,108
9,205,422 86.6%
276,163
9,481,584
244,255
244,255
11,101,514 88.7%
333,045
11,434,559
286,718
4,827,408
5,114,127
16,749,041 75.0%
502,471
17,251,512
84,415
961,198
1,045,613
5,431,398 75.0%
162,942
5,594,340
244,703
244,703
10,580,797 100.0%
317,424
10,898,221
408,711
5,147,921
5,556,632
22,945,439 75.0%
688,363
23,633,802
86,585
86,585
3,496,298 76.9%
104,889
3,601,187
162,926
162,926
7,179,643 84.0%
215,389
7,395,033
154,049
1,093,966
1,248,015
7,160,713 75.0%
214,821
7,375,534
152,194
152,194
7,744,730 99.1%
232,342
7,977,071
111,539
111,539
5,100,820 79.9%
153,025
5,253,844
121,284
121,284
6,552,928 91.6%
196,588
6,749,516
135,598
878,276
1,013,874
7,314,494 75.0%
219,435
7,533,929
3,831,953 14,954,736 18,786,688
190,353,576 82.7%
5,710,607
196,064,183
Operating Recommendations
Table D. 2015-17 Technical Centers Recommendations
FY2014-15
Institution
ATU-Ozark
UAM-Crossett
UAM-McGehee
Total
RSA
2,394,591
1,154,300
1,723,919
5,272,810
100% Model
Workforce
Calculated
2000
Total Base
Need
786,662
3,181,253 8,165,036
650,551
1,804,851 2,661,293
699,139
2,423,058 2,563,587
2,136,352
7,409,162 13,389,916
FY2015-16
FY2016-17
% of
Adjustment
Need 3.0% Continuing to 75% of
Total
% of 3.0% Continuing
Total
Met Level on RSA
Need
New Funds Recommendation Need
Level
Recommendation
39.0%
71,838 2,870,686 2,942,524
6,123,777 75.0%
183,713
6,307,490
67.8%
34,629
156,490
191,119
1,995,970 75.0%
59,879
2,055,849
94.5%
51,718
51,718
2,474,776 96.5%
74,243
2,549,019
55.3%
158,184 3,027,176 3,185,361
10,594,523 79.1%
317,836
10,912,358
Operating Recommendations
Table E. 2015-17 Non-Formula Entities Recommendations
FY2014-15
Base
3.0%
100% ADHE
Increase on
RSA
EETF
Total Base Recommendation
RSA
Institution/Entity
2,045,000
45,000
ADTEC/ADWIRED
1,500,000
1,500,000
1,365,000
0
AREON
0
0
70,880
ASU-System Office
2,362,680
143,972 2,506,652
2,764,360
10,500
ASU-Heritage
350,000
350,000
2,360,500
6,318
HSU-CEC
210,585
210,585
1,216,903
0
NWACC-CPTC
0
0
118,282
0
SACC-Arboretum
0
0
75,000
11,052
SAUT-ETA
368,404
34,622
403,026
614,224
49,537
SAUT-FTA
1,651,221
87,629 1,738,850
2,346,119
102,539
UA-SYS
3,417,950
268,797 3,686,747
4,033,351
69,821
UA-AS
2,327,380
132,872 2,460,252
2,706,471
1,884,004
UA-DivAgri
62,800,138 5,524,135 68,324,273
71,888,097
33,390
UA-ASMSA
1,113,015 7,288,324 8,401,339
8,965,364
68,867
UA-CS
2,295,575
2,295,575
2,454,442
54,773
UA-CJI
1,825,769
1,825,769
2,740,542
0
UAF-ARTP
0
0
250,000
0
UAF-Autism
0
0
2,500,000
0
UAF-GWG
0
0
500,000
0
UAF-Pryor Center
0
0
250,000
0
UAF-WTC AR
0
0
250,000
122,635
UALR-RAPS
4,087,836
4,087,836
6,399,471
844,166
UAPB-Nonformula*
3,647,591
3,647,591
4,491,757
Total
87,958,144 13,480,350 101,438,494
120,334,883
3,373,483
*Increase for RSA is greater than 3% for federal matching purposes.
FY2015-16
AHECB Recommendations
Adjustment to 100%
of ADHE
Total New
Total
100% ADHE
Recommendation
Funds
Recommendation Recommendation
500,000
545,000
2,045,000
2,091,350
1,365,000
1,365,000
1,365,000
2,797,500
186,828
257,708
2,764,360
2,851,591
2,000,000
2,010,500
2,360,500
2,431,315
1,000,000
1,006,318
1,216,903
1,223,410
118,282
118,282
118,282
118,282
75,000
75,000
75,000
75,000
200,145
211,198
614,224
625,608
557,733
607,269
2,346,119
2,378,031
244,066
346,604
4,033,351
4,145,878
176,398
246,219
2,706,471
2,783,663
1,679,820
3,563,824
71,888,097
74,272,021
530,635
564,025
8,965,364
8,999,756
90,000
158,867
2,454,442
2,528,076
860,000
914,773
2,740,542
2,822,758
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
2,500,000
2,500,000
2,500,000
2,500,000
500,000
500,000
500,000
500,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
250,000
252,588
2,189,000
2,311,635
6,399,471
6,591,455
0
844,166
4,491,757
4,626,511
15,522,906
18,896,389
120,334,883
125,114,793
3.0%
Continuing
Level
46,350
0
73,007
10,815
6,507
0
0
11,384
51,023
105,615
71,916
1,940,524
34,392
70,933
56,416
0
0
0
0
0
126,314
134,753
2,739,949
FY2016-17
AHECB Recommendations
Adjustment to
100% of ADHE
Total New
Total
Recommendation
Funds
Recommendation
0
46,350
2,091,350
1,432,500
1,432,500
2,797,500
14,224
87,231
2,851,591
60,000
70,815
2,431,315
0
6,507
1,223,410
0
0
118,282
0
0
75,000
0
11,384
625,608
0
51,023
2,397,142
6,912
112,527
4,145,878
5,276
77,192
2,783,663
443,400
2,383,924
74,272,021
0
34,392
8,999,756
2,701
73,634
2,528,076
25,800
82,216
2,822,758
0
0
250,000
0
0
2,500,000
0
0
500,000
0
0
250,000
2,588
2,588
252,588
65,670
191,984
6,591,455
1
134,754
4,626,511
2,059,072
4,799,021
125,133,904
Health-Related Non-Formula Entity - UAMS
FY2014-15
Base
UAMS
UAMS-ABUSE/RAPE/DV
UAMS-Child Safety
UAMS-Ped/Pysch/Res.
UAMS-IC
Total
RSA
EETF
Total Base
79,456,661 9,331,813 88,788,474
735,000
735,000
720,588
720,588
1,950,000
1,950,000
5,342,181
232,212 5,574,393
88,204,430 9,564,025 97,768,455
3.0%
100% ADHE
Increase on
Recommendation
RSA
2,383,700
102,186,919
22,050
757,050
21,618
742,206
58,500
2,008,500
160,265
5,735,634
111,430,309
2,646,133
FY2015-16
FY2016-17
AHECB Recommendations
AHECB Recommendations
Adjustment to 100%
Adjustment to
of ADHE
Total New
Total
100% ADHE
3.0% Increase
100% of ADHE
Total New
Total
Recommendation
Funds
Recommendation Recommendation
on RSA
Recommendation
Funds
Recommendation
11,014,745
13,398,445
102,186,919
106,033,550
2,455,211
1,391,420
3,846,631
106,033,550
0
22,050
757,050
779,762
22,712
0
22,712
779,762
0
21,618
742,206
764,472
22,266
0
22,266
764,472
0
58,500
2,008,500
2,068,755
60,255
0
60,255
2,068,755
976
161,241
5,735,634
5,900,708
165,073
0
165,074
5,900,708
11,015,722
13,661,854
111,430,309
115,547,246
2,725,517
1,391,420
4,116,937
115,547,246
AGENDA ITEM NO. 7
PERSONAL SERVICES
RECOMMENDATIONS
FOR THE 2015-17 BIENNIUM
Summary of Recommendations
• Line-item maximum salary increases were considered this biennium, and
all line-item maximums were adjusted by 3 percent per year.
• Arkansas Tech University moved from Four-Year 4 SREB classification
to Four-Year 3. Line-item maximum salaries were increased accordingly.
• Salary recommendations for new positions were based on salaries for
similar positions previously established at comparable institutions.
• Institutions (including UAMS) have 21,841 non-classified positions
currently authorized.
Summary of Recommendations
• ADHE Staff recommends a net increase of 739 non-classified positions
for institutions not including UAMS.
– Much of the net increase is due to enrollment growth & SREB classification
changes
• Increase of 3.8 percent for a total of 19,990 non-classified positions
• UAMS had no net new position requests.
• ADHE Staff recommends a total of 8,801 for UAMS.
AGENDA ITEM NO. 8
CAPITAL FUNDING
RECOMMENDATIONS
FOR THE 2015-17 BIENNIUM
Capital Funding Requests
• $5.4 billion E&G current replacement value
• 47 percent of useful life of campus facilities has been expended
• $946 million requested for construction, renovation and technology
infrastructure
• Over $2.5 billion requested for deferred maintenance
Capital Funding Requests
• A total of $225.6 million recommended for all projects
– $151 million for renovation, new construction and technology
infrastructure
– $51.3 million for deferred maintenance
– $23.2 million for equipment, library
AGENDA ITEM NO. 9
PERFORMANCE BASED FUNDING
(OUTCOMES-CENTERED) MEASURES
FOR THE 2015-17 BIENNIUM
Performance Based Funding
• Recommendation for addition of hold harmless clause to Performance
Funding Policy:
For the implementation of performance funding, institutions are
to be held harmless for complying or participating in an initiative
promoted by the Arkansas Department of Higher Education
(ADHE) that has the potential to adversely affect the outcomes of
compliance with performance funding measures. This includes, but
is not limited to degree audits, contributions to economic
development, and increases in quality of education provided.
Jake Eddington
Program Specialist, Institutional Finance
AGENDA ITEM NO. 10
CERTIFICATION OF
INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC
REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
FOR 2015-15
Relevant Information
Athletic Fees Per SSCH
Institution
2013-14 Athletic Fee
2014-15 Athletic Fee
ASUJ
$17.00
$17.00
ATU
$14.00
$14.00
HSU
$15.00
$15.00
SAUM
$14.00
$17.00
UAF
$0.00
$0.00
UAFS
$16.00
$16.00
UALR
$16.66
$17.25
UAM
$13.00
$13.00
UAPB
$16.00
$17.00
UCA
$17.00
$17.00
Intercollegiate Athletic
Report for 2014-15
Inst
ASUJ
Athletic
% of
Other
% of
Generated
Total
Auxiliary
Total
Revenues
Inst Rev
Profits
Inst Rev
$5,335,850
34.6% $2,345,165
% of
Student
% of
Other
% of
Total
Total
Athletic
E&G
Total
Athletic
Total
Athletic
Total
Expected
Budgeted
Fee Per
Transfer
Inst Rev
Fee
Inst Rev
Income
Inst Rev
Inst Rev
Expenditure
SSCH
15.2% $1,444,861
9.4%
$4,500,000
29.1%
$1,812,644
11.7%
$15,438,520
$15,438,520
$17.00
ATU
$193,000
3.9%
$0
0.0% $1,585,072
32.4%
$3,100,832
63.3%
$18,378
0.4%
$4,897,282
$4,897,282
$14.00
HSU
$24,000
0.7%
$807,490
22.7% $1,214,927
34.2%
$1,506,892
42.4%
$0
0.0%
$3,553,309
$3,553,309
$15.00
SAUM
$70,000
2.3%
$331,478
10.7% $1,235,581
39.8%
$1,454,927
46.8%
$16,000
0.5%
$3,107,986
$3,107,986
$17.00
UAFS
$105,500
3.0%
$662,760
18.6%
$0
0.0%
$2,780,656
78.2%
$9,000
0.3%
$3,557,916
$3,557,916
$16.00
UALR
$1,101,931
15.3%
$0
0.0%
$988,823
13.7%
$4,314,901
59.8%
$805,456
11.2%
$7,211,111
$7,211,111
$17.25
48.6% $1,056,891
30.5%
$689,566
19.9%
0.0%
$3,470,133
$3,470,133
$13.00
UAM
$36,000
1.0% $1,687,676
UAPB
$2,080,000
34.3%
$502,442
8.3% $1,138,234
18.8%
$1,265,000
20.9%
$1,073,311
17.7%
$6,058,987
$6,058,987
$17.00
UCA
$1,956,250
18.5% $2,140,923
20.3% $1,000,000
9.5%
$5,016,000
47.5%
$450,689
4.3%
$10,563,862
$10,563,862
$17.00
0.0%
$51,156
$51,156
$0.00
CCCUA
MSCC
NAC
$20,000
39.1%
$0
0.0%
$31,156
60.9%
$0
0.0%
$0
0.0%
$0
0.0%
$116,426
67.9%
$0
0.0%
$55,000
32.1%
$171,426
$171,426
$0.00
$6,000
2.1%
$130,143
46.0%
$108,417
38.3%
$0
0.0%
$38,247
13.5%
$282,807
$282,807
$0.00
17.0% $24,628,774
42.2%
$4,278,725
7.3%
$58,364,495
$58,364,495
$0
0.0%
$14,073,000
15.8%
$89,278,845
$89,278,845
6.7% $24,628,774
16.7%
$18,351,725
12.4%
$147,643,340
$147,643,340
Subtotal
$10,928,531
18.7% $8,608,077
UAF
$75,205,845
84.2%
Total
$86,134,376
58.3% $8,608,077
$0
14.7% $9,920,388
0.0%
$0
5.8% $9,920,388
0.0%
NOTE: Sources of Other Athletic Income are foundations/clubs and other private gifts, miscellaneous income, work study program, etc.
$0.00
Relevant Information
Percentages of funds supporting athletic budgets excluding UAF:
– Athletic generated revenues – 26.1%
• Includes Other Athletic Income
– Other Auxiliary profits – 14.7%
– Educational and General transfer – 26.0%
– Student Athletic fees – 42.2%
Chandra Robinson
Program Coordinator, Institutional Finance
AGENDA ITEM NO. 11:
ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY OF BOND ISSUE FOR
ARKANSAS TECH UNIVERSITY – OZARK
CAMPUS
Relevant Information
• $6 million for 30 years @ a rate not to exceed 5.0%
• Educational and general purposes
• Revenue Funding Source: Tuition and Fee Revenue
• Proceeds will be used to construct and equip the Allied Health
Building and complete the Roofing Project for the Technology
and the Academic Support Building
Chandra Robinson
Program Coordinator, Institutional Finance
AGENDA ITEM NO. 12:
ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY OF BOND ISSUE FOR
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS COMMUNITY
COLLEGE
Relevant Information
• $3 million for 20 years @ a rate not to exceed 4.0%
• Educational and general purposes
• Revenue Funding Source: Tuition and Fee Revenue and
Millage Revenue
• Proceeds will be used to purchase 20 acres of land in
Springdale, Arkansas. Sometime within the next 5 years,
Northwest Arkansas Community College will build a center
for career and technical training on this property.
ACADEMIC COMMITTEE
Consent Agenda Items
New Programs
Agenda Item No. 13: Arkansas State University-Mountain Home
Technical Certificate in Hospitality Management
Agenda Item No. 14: Arkansas State University-Jonesboro
Doctor of Occupational Therapy
Associate of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy Assistant
Information/Board Notification
Agenda Item No. 15: Letters of Notification
Agenda Item No 16: Letters of Intent
Cynthia Moten
Associate Director, Academic Affairs
AGENDA ITEM NO. 17
COLLEGE OF THE OUACHITAS - SHERIDAN
EDUCATION CENTER
Cynthia Moten
Associate Director, Academic Affairs
AGENDA ITEM NO. 18
ARKANSAS TECH UNIVERSITY: ROLE AND SCOPE CHANGE
DOCTOR OF EDUCATION IN SCHOOL LEADERSHIP
ATU Role and Scope Change
Doctor of Education in School Leadership
• Role and Scope Change request to offer initial doctorate degree
in School Leadership.
• External reviewers for role and scope and new program
proposals.
• After discussion, no further concerns expressed about program
duplication, program need or institutional readiness.
• AHECB approval required for additional doctoral degrees.
Cynthia Moten
Associate Director, Academic Affairs
AGENDA ITEM NO. 19
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS-FORT SMITH:
ROLE AND SCOPE CHANGE
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION
UA-Fort Smith Role and Scope Change
Master of Science in Healthcare Administration
(For Information and Discussion Only)
• Role and Scope Change request to offer initial master’s degree
in healthcare administration.
• External team reviewed the role and scope and new program
proposals.
• No concerns expressed by Arkansas institutions.
• Board will vote on role and scope change and new master’s
degree at the next AHECB meeting.
Alana Boles
Program Specialist, Academic Affairs
AGENDA ITEM NO. 20
ICAC RESOLUTIONS
Institutional Certification Advisory Committee (ICAC)
28 Colleges and Universities
108 Programs
10 New Institutions – Distance Technology
Initial Degree Certifications
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Ashland University, Ashland, Ohio– 1 Degree
Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts– 5 Degrees
Columbia Southern University, Orange Beach, Alabama– 10 Degrees
Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylania– 9 Degrees, 6 Certificates
Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas – 10 Degrees
Freed-Hardeman University, Henderson, Tennessee – 1 Degree
Grantham University, Lenexa, Kansas– 10 Degrees
Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas – 5 Degrees
Northcentral University, Scottsdale, Arizona – 3 Degrees
Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina – 2 Degrees
Previously Certified Institutions
Initial Degree Certifications – Distance Technology
• Argosy University, Orange, California – 1 Degree
• Arizona State University, Scottsdale, Arizona – 9 Degrees
• Boise State University, Boise, Idaho – 1 Degree
• Colorado Technical University, Colorado Springs, Colorado – 1 Degree
• Concordia University Wisconsin, Mequon, Wisconsin – 7 Degrees
• Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland – 5 Degrees
• Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia – 3 Degrees
• Mid-America Christian University, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – 2 Degrees
• Missouri State University, Springfield, Missouri – 4 Degrees
• Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon – 6 Degrees
• Simmons College, Boston, Massachusetts – 1 Degree
• University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio – 2 Degrees
• University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas – 1 Degree
• University of Nebraska at Kearney, Kearney, Nebraska – 1 Degrees
• University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska – 1 Degree
• University of Saint Mary, Leavenworth, Kansas– 1 Degree
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
New York Institute of Technology
Off-Campus Location in Jonesboro, Arkansas
Arkansas State University
Proposed Arkansas Colleges of Health EducationArkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine
Fort Smith, Arkansas
AHECB Meeting
July 25, 2014
Shane Broadway
Director
AGENCY OVERVIEW
Agency Updates
• New Employees
– Steven Bell
• Financial Aid
– Tracye McKeown
• Receptionist
• New Position
– Angela Lasiter
• Academic Affairs
Faculty Performance Reviews
• Colleges and universities are required to conduct faculty performance
reviews under Arkansas Code Annotated §6-63-104 and AHECB policy 5.5.
• ADHE staff is required to monitor faculty evaluation processes adopted at
Arkansas public institutions and report annually to the AHECB and
Legislative Council.
• All institutions conducted faculty performance reviews during 2013-14
using a variety of methods including assessment by students, classroom
visits by administrators, peer review, and self-evaluation activities.
ADHE Director’s Report
Agenda Item No. 3
July 25, 2014
Newsletter
College-Going Rate
AHECB Meeting of July 25, 2014
Rick Jenkins
Associate Director, Planning and Accountability
Fourth Year of New Methodology
New methodology focuses on students that (1) graduated from an Arkansas public
school district in Academic Year 2012-2013, (2) are first-time entering students in
2013 Fall term, and (3) are Arkansas residents. This new methodology more
closely follows that used by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).
However, there are three differences:
1. NCES filters by the age range of 16-24 – ADHE ignores age but focuses on high
school graduates from the previous year as most all high school graduates are
between the ages of 16 and 24;
2. NCES includes GED students as their report is based on a survey. ADHE does not
have data on annual graduating classes of GED students, therefore, GED students are
excluded; and
3. Since the NCES report is a survey, it may include private high schools and home
school students. ADHE has no data on annual graduating classes of private high
schools or home school students. But ADHE does obtain data on graduating classes
of Arkansas public high schools (from the Arkansas Department of Education).
Therefore, the new methodology is a College-Going Rate calculation for
Arkansas public high school graduates only.
Why Did the Methodology Change?
The Old Methodology Did Not
Measure College-Going Rate
The old methodology consisted of the Fall student cohort
including
(1) first-time,
(2) full-time, and
(3) on-campus that attend an Arkansas public
or independent institution after completing high
school or GED.
College-Going Rate is Up 1.4%
Arkansas Public High School Student College-Going Rate
60.0%
55.0%
54.3%
51.7%
50.0%
45.0%
52.2%
52.9%
46.9%
40.0%
35.0%
30.0%
2009 Fall
2010 Fall
2011 Fall
2012 Fall
2013 Fall
Arkansas v. Nation
College-Going Rate: Arkansas vs. The Nation
80.0%
70.0%
67.2%
68.6%
70.1%
68.1%
68.2%
51.7%
52.2%
52.9%
2010 Fall
2011 Fall
2012 Fall
66.2%
60.0%
50.0%
50.2%
47.8%
54.3%
46.9%
40.0%
30.0%
2007 Fall
2008 Fall
2009 Fall
Arkansas
2013 Fall
National
NOTE: 2012 Fall is the most recent national College-Going Rate per website of NCES.
Distribution by Institution Type: 2013 Fall
CGR Student Distribution by Institution Type
12,000
10,000
4-Yr. Univ. = 60.4%/32.8%
2-Yr. Coll. = 34.0%/18.5%
Priv./Ind. = 5.6%/3.0%
Total = 100.0%/54.3%
9,741
8,000
6,000
5,492
4,000
2,000
900
0
4 Year Universities
2 Year Colleges
Private/Independent Institutions
Distribution by Institution Type: History
CGR Student Distribution by Institution Type (Percent)
52.4%
52.3%
52.9%
54.3%
29.2%
31.5%
32.3%
33.0%
32.8%
17.8%
17.6%
16.7%
18.2%
18.5%
3.3%
3.3%
1.7%
3.0%
2010 Fall
2011 Fall
2012 Fall
2013 Fall
60.0%
50.0%
40.0%
46.9%
30.0%
20.0%
10.0%
0.0%
0.0%
2009 Fall
Total
4-Year Universities
2-Year Colleges
Private/ Independent
CGR Student Distribution by Institution Type (Numbers)
18,000
16,000
14,000
12,000
10,000
8,000
6,000
4,000
2,000
0
16,133
15,163
15,118
15,283
9,115
9,340
9,546
9,741
5,096
4,835
5,246
5,492
952
943
491
900
2010 Fall
2011 Fall
2012 Fall
2013 Fall
13,453
8,360
5,093
0
2009 Fall
Total
4-Year Universities
2-Year Colleges
Private/ Independent
Gender and Race/Ethnicity
College-Going Rate by Gender:
2013 Fall
College-Going Rate by Race/Ethnicity: 2013 Fall
60.0%
70.0%
60.1%
60.0%
50.0%
50.0%
45.1%
40.0%
48.2%
40.0%
30.0%
30.0%
20.0%
54.5%
53.5%
52.4%
35.5%
20.7%
20.0%
10.0%
10.0%
0.0%
Asians
0.0%
Males
Females
Blacks
Hispanics
American
Indians/
Alaskan
Natives
Whites
Hawaiian and
Pacific
Islanders
4-Year Universities: Where They Attend
CGR Distribution for 4-Year Universities: 2013 Fall
2,500
1,677
UALR
UAM
0
291
429
500
445
554
1,000
464
901
1,319
1,257
1,500
1,784
2,000
0
ASUJ
ATU
HSU
SAUM
UAF
UAFS
UAMS
UAPB
UCA
11
72
82
171
213
166
131
175
211
174
155
210
351
305
400
UACCM
UACCH
UACCB
SEAC
SAUT
SACC
RMCC
PTC
PCCUA
OZC
80
206
180
139
589
917
1,000
NWACC
NPCC
NAC
MSCC
EACC
COTO
CCCUA
BRTC
ASUN
ASUMH
572
600
ASUB
146
200
ANC
2-Year Colleges: Where They Attend
CGR Distribution for 2-Year Colleges: 2013 Fall
800
0
Private/Independent Institutions:
Where They Attend
CGR Distribution for Private/Independent Institutions: 2013 Fall
163
180
175
200
160
119
140
120
80
90
100
68
80
60
ABC
0
0
0
20
CBC
CRC
HC
0
15
29
40
HU
JBU
LC
OBU
PSC
UO
WBC
• Arkansas Baptist College (ABC) had 142 first-time entering students but no high school graduation year,
no high school code, or diploma/GED status.
• Hendrix College (HC) had 435 first-time entering students but no high school graduation year or
diploma/GED status.
• Williams Baptist College (WBC) had 113 students but had no high school graduation year.
Cynthia Moten
Associate Director, Academic Affairs
AGENDA ITEM NO. 5
POLICY CLARIFICATION
CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
(AHECB POLICY 5.16)
AHECB Policy Clarification
Concurrent Enrollment
Clarification Statements • Participation Requirements for non-public and out-of-state
colleges and universities
• Blended IB/concurrent course delivery
• Minimum academic credentials for teachers

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