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STATES WITH A 10% OR
GREATER INCREASE IN 4TH
GRADERS ON FREE/
REDUCED LUNCH,
2007-2011
STATES WITH LOWER
COLLEGE ATTAINMENT
RATES THAN INDIANA
PROBLEM
BIG 10 STATES
WITH LOWER
ATTAINMENT
RATES:
INDIANA FACES BIG COMPETITION AMONG BIG TEN STATES
50.0%
Attainment Rates
47.7%
45.8%
45.5%
45.0%
43.0%
42.5%
41.8%
40.9%
40.0%
39.7%
37.4%
36.5%
34.4%
35.0%
30.0%
25.0%
20.0%
15.0%
10.0%
5.0%
0.0%
Minnesota
New Jersey
Maryland
Nebraska
Illinois
Iowa
Wisconsin
Pennsylvania
Michigan
Ohio
Indiana
Lumina Foundation – A Stronger Nation Through Higher Education
Indiana is not adequately positioned to
respond to the demand for high-skilled
talent and risks falling even further
behind.
These data show that unless urgent
action is taken, there will be a gap of
19 percent, which equates to
approximately 675,000 workers,
between the education, skills and
knowledge demanded by Indiana's
economy and the talent supply in
2025.
Of the 675,000 additional workers who will
need credentials or degrees…
75% will need a
certificate or an associate degree
The Solution to Indiana’s
Economic Recovery
The State’s Community
College System
THE TOP CHOICE FOR ALL AGE GROUPS
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
10,000
9,000
8,000
7,000
6,000
5,000
4,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
0
CHE 2012 DATA
ADULT STUDENTS
9,324
10,000
9,240
8,000
6,000
4,551
3,341
4,000
2,000
0
Bloomington
West Lafayette
144
93
Bloomington
West Lafayette
UNDERGRADS FROM THE STATE
180,000
167,653
160,000
140,000
120,000
100,000
80,000
60,000
40,000
20,000
0
CHE 2013 DATA
22,209
17,521
STUDENTS EARNING DUAL CREDITS
50,000
45,000
40,000
45,819
MORE THAN $87
MILLION
SAVED BY INDIANA
FAMILIES
37,505
35,000
29,357
30,000
25,429
25,000
21,126
20,000
15,000
10,000
5,000
0
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
STUDENTS TRANSFERRING IVY TECH CREDIT TO PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
12,000
10,000
8,000
SAVINGS TO
FAMILIES AND
THE STATE:
$227
MILLION
10,957
10,674
11,104
8,725
7,153
6,000
4,000
2,000
0
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
INDIANA COLLEGE READINESS
2012 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES ENROLLED AT IVY TECH
ENROLLED
DIPLOMA
AT IVY
NEED
TYPE
TECH
REMEDIATION
PERCENT
HONORS
770
252
33%
CORE 40
6,524
4,376
67%
GENERAL
2,030
1,605
79%
TOTAL
9,324
6,233
67%
THERE IS A COST INVOLVED IN GETTING THESE STUDENTS COLLEGE READY
AND THEY HAVE AN IMPACT ON COMPLETION.
13,929*
GRADUATES
2013-14
62% TOOK
AN ACADEMIC
SKILLS
ADVANCEMENT
(REMEDIAL)
COURSE
*The largest number of community college
graduates (credentials) in the U.S.
HOW
MORE THAN HALF
OF ALL AFRICANAMERICAN
INDIANA
UNDERGRADUATES
ATTEND IVY TECH
20% OF OUR
STUDENTS ARE
SINGLE PARENTS
IS UNIQUE
MORE THAN 75%
OF OUR STUDENTS
WORK
43% OF
INDEPENDENT
STUDENTS HAVE
ADJUSTED GROSS
INCOME < $16K
HOW
MORE THAN HALF
OF ALL AFRICANAMERICAN
INDIANA
UNDERGRADUATES
ATTEND IVY TECH
20% OF OUR
STUDENTS ARE
SINGLE PARENTS
IS UNIQUE
MORE THAN 75%
OF OUR STUDENTS
WORK
43% OF
INDEPENDENT
STUDENTS HAVE
ADJUSTED GROSS
INCOME < $16K
INDIANA’S HIGHEST RETURN ON ITS INVESTMENT IN HIGHER ED
 MOST AFFORDABLE
 LOWEST PERCENTAGE
OF STUDENTS
GRADUATING WITH
LOAN DEBT
 HIGH EARNINGS IN
THE FIRST YEAR AFTER
GRADUATION
STUDENTS EARN A HIGH RETURN
Earnings First Year After Graduation
$40,000
$35,000
$30,000
$25,000
$20,000
$15,000
$10,000
$5,000
$0
IU Bloomington
Ball State
Vincennes
USI
ISU
Purdue West
Lafayette
Ivy Tech
WHAT’S HOLDING
US BACK FROM
REACHING THE
STATE’S GOALS?
STATE FUNDING PER INDIANA STUDENT (Based on 2012 Headcount)
$12,500
$10,500
$8,500
$6,500
$4,500
$2,500
$1,149
$500
PUWL
IUB
BSU
ISU
USI
IU Reg
PU Reg
VU
ITCC
TOO FEW ADVISORS
CURRENT RATIO
GOAL
1:1,000
1:500
200 ADVISORS NEEDED TO MEET GOAL
TOO FEW FULL-TIME FACULTY
CURRENT RATIO –
FULL-TIME VS. ADJUNCT
GOAL
23:77
50:50
CURRENTLY IN THE BOTTOM 10TH PERCENTILE NATIONALLY
LAB NEEDS LIKE ANY OTHER COLLEGE
SCIENCE LABS/
EQUIPMENT
AUTOMOTIVE
SNAP-ON & DIESEL
NURSING/HEALTH
SCIENCES
INDUSTRIAL
AUTOMATION/
ROBOTICS CENTERS
OF EXCELLENCE
COMPUTING
INFORMATICS
TECHNOLOGY
INSTITUTES
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
INFRASTRUCTURE
CAPITAL NEEDS
MUNCIE
$25 MILLION
KOKOMO
$25 MILLION
COLUMBUS
$25 MILLION
LAFAYETTE
$25 MILLION
SELLERSBURG
$25 MILLION
SOUTH BEND:
$25 MILLION
EVANSVILLE
MEDICAL:
$20 MILLION
TERRE HAUTE
$10 MILLION
WHAT KEEPS STUDENTS ENGAGED FULL-TIME?
Food service
IU/PU regionals
Student Life
Recreation
activities
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Limited
Limited
Not applicable
WHAT’S NEEDED TO IMPROVE INDIANA’S COMPETITIVENESS?
$83.1 MILLION
DEFERRED SPENDING TO DATE
NATIONAL LEADER IN MANY AREAS
TOP 20% IN THE
NATION IN PARTTIME STUDENTS
COMPLETING OR
TRANSFERRING
AFTER 6 YEARS
PROGRAM
SPECIFIC MATH
PATHWAYS: ONLY
36% OF MAJORS
NOW REQUIRE
ALGEBRA
REDUCING TIME
SPENT IN
REMEDIATION
CREATION OF
META-MAJORS
TECHNOLOGY
PATHWAYS
ENGAGING
STUDENTS FASTER
NATIONAL LEADER IN MANY AREAS
TOP 20% IN THE
NATION IN PARTTIME STUDENTS
COMPLETING OR
TRANSFERRING
AFTER 6 YEARS
PROGRAM
SPECIFIC MATH
PATHWAYS: ONLY
36% OF MAJORS
NOW REQUIRE
ALGEBRA
REDUCING TIME
SPENT IN
REMEDIATION
CREATION OF
META-MAJORS
TECHNOLOGY
PATHWAYS
ENGAGING
STUDENTS FASTER
OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVEMENT
HIGH FAIL/
LOW PASS RATES
IN TOO MANY
CLASSES
INCLUDING
REMEDIAL COURSES
INCREASE SUCCESS INCREASE CAREER
IN GATEKEEPER
ADVISING ON THE
COURSES
FRONT END OF THE
STUDENT
EXPERIENCE
FACULTY
ONBOARDING
PROCESS AND
TRAINING
STAFF
PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVEMENT
HIGH FAIL/
LOW PASS RATES
IN TOO MANY
CLASSES
INCLUDING
REMEDIAL COURSES
INCREASE SUCCESS INCREASE CAREER
IN GATEKEEPER
ADVISING ON THE
COURSES
FRONT END OF THE
STUDENT
EXPERIENCE
FACULTY
ONBOARDING
PROCESS AND
TRAINING
STAFF
PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
Empower individual leaders at
Ivy Tech Community College to
own, improve, change, and
evaluate issues within their
control, to increase student
success.
Improve accountability, as
leaders at Ivy Tech Community
College, for culture, process,
outputs, and outcomes that drive
an improved student experience,
increased persistence and
graduation, and narrow the
achievement gaps.

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