The Role of the Indiana Commission for Higher Education

Report
SEM Data Team
August 2012
Setting the Stage for SEM Planning
Introduction
Demographics
Affordability
Retention
Students and the state are
not well served by an
empty promise of college
access without completion.
A more productive higher
education system will
increase student success
and safeguard college
affordability.
Increasing college
completion and
productivity need not
come at the expense
of academic quality
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Degree Completion
Remediation
Success
Student Persistence
On-Time
Completion
Cost Per Degree
Student Debt
Learning
Outcomes
Transfer
Return on
Investment
Source: ICHE
Setting the Stage for SEM Planning
Introduction
Demographics
Affordability
Retention
Projected Shared of Total
Population by Age Group,
2010 to 2050 (per IBRC)
Projected Population
Change by Age Group,
2010 to 2050 (per IBRC)
By 2014-15, Hispanics are expected to represent
8% of HS Graduates (up from 3% in 2004-05).
African-Americans – 9% (up from 8% in 2004-05)
Source: Western Intestate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE)
Source: Indiana Department of Education

Increase in graduates passing AP exams:
◦ 7.5 percent in 2006 vs 14.0 percent in 2011

Increase in Dual Credit Course-Taking
◦ 10,000 in 2006 to over 43,000 students in 2011

Remediation Rates – 2011 HS Graduates
◦ General Diploma Graduates – 66%
◦ Core40 Graduates - 38%
◦ Core40 with Honors Graduates – 7%
One in four Indiana college students enrolled in
remediation will earn a degree within 6 years
Source: Complete College America, 2011
National SAT Scores
520
Indiana SAT Scores
515
500
510
505
500
507
510
514 514
501
497
501
493
490
497
2007
493
495
489
490
483
480
475
2011
2011
470
485
460
480
475
450
Critical Reading
Mathematics
Writing
Critical Reading
Mathematics
Writing
ISU SAT Scores
480
470
Source: College Board
473
467
467
461
460
455
450
443
2007
2011
440
430
420
Critical Reading
2007
Mathematics
Writing
Source: National Student Clearinghouse
60,000
ISU largest 1yr change (9.4%)
USI largest 5yr change (13.2%)
50,000
40,000
FY06
30,000
FY10
FY11
20,000
10,000
0
IU- B
PU - WL
IUPUI
BSU
ISU
USI
Ivy Tech 67% 5yr change
VU 42% 5yr change
ICI – 14% 5yr change (Fall)
Source: ICHE
50%
ISU
40%
IUPUI
30%
USI
20%
BSU
10%
P-WL
IU-B
0%
% Pell
% Underrep.
Recipients
Minority
Illinois State
Source: IPEDS (2010).
Fall Undergraduate Enrollment
100%
80%
60%
No Distance
40%
Combination
Distance Only
20%
0%
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
25% enrolled in at least one distance
course
For the calendar year, 30% (15% distance
only)
Fall Graduate Enrollment
100%
80%
60%
No Distance
40%
Combination
20%
Distance Only
0%
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
UG Distance Only by Age
400
350
300
0-25
250
200
26-30
150
31-40
100
41+
50
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
UG Combination by Age
1400
1200
1000
0-25
800
26-30
600
31-40
400
41+
200
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
Setting the Stage for SEM Planning
Introduction
Demographics
Affordability
Retention
Source: State Higher Education Executive Officers (SHEEO)
State Higher Education Finance FY 2011
$12,000
$10,000
ISU
$8,000
IU-B
PU-WL
BSU
$6,000
VU
USI
$4,000
IUPUI
ITCC
$2,000
$0
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
Source: ICHE
ISU Contribution
ISU Funds
to Performance Recommended
Funding Pool
by ICHE
Successful Completion of Credit
Hours
Dual Credit Successful Completion of
Credit Hours
Early College Successful Completion
of Credit Hours
Low Income Degree Attainment
On-Time Degree Change
Change in Degrees Attained
Research Incentive
Total
ISU Funds
Approved in
Final Budget
$733,248
$8,024
$0
$89,420
$4,875
$5,025
$28,615
$143,073
$71,536
$1,788,409
$722,517
$3,576,818
$0
$751,456
$1,681,129
$0
$0
$2,445,484
$0
$228,375
$221,404
$0
$0
$454,804
Source: ISU VP Business Affairs
FY12
CHE Recommendation for allocation of performance funding dollars:
55% through increases in overall degree completion and on-time degrees
30% rewards progress in persistence and low income degrees
15% improvement in institution-defined metric
$10,000
$9,000
$8,000
Cost (in 2010 Dollars)
$7,000
Purdue - W.L.
$6,000
Indiana - Bloomington
Ball State U
$5,000
IUPUI - Indianapolis
Indiana State U
$4,000
U of Southern Ind
Vincennes U
$3,000
Ivy Tech CC
$2,000
$1,000
$0
2001
2006
Year
2010
Distinct
Courses
114
35
149
Average per course enrollment
Fall 2011
Course
Enrollments
5525
642
6167
Distinct
Courses
202
70
272
Total
Fees
$558,099
$161,958
$720,057
$30
$117
Fall 2011 Course Fees
50
40
30
Flat fee
20
Hourly Fee
10
Fee Amount
500
300
129
100
60
48
36
25
17
12
0
4
Number of Courses
60
43
Course Level
Undergraduate
Graduate
Total
Fall 2001
Course
Total
Enrollments
Fees
2611
$76,259
82
$3,413
2693
$79,672
• 70% of families are eliminating college choices based on cost
• More students are now choosing to enroll in community
colleges
Source: How America Pays for College,
Ipsos/Sallie Mae
Financial Aid to ISU Full-time First-time Freshman
% of cohort receiving aid by type
100%
90%
80%
70%
65%
60%
59%
57%
54%
51%
50%
38%
40%
41%
54%
49%
39%
33%
30%
28%
20%
10%
$2,716 $3,993 $3,083 $6,143
$4,646 $4,115 $2,500 $6,619
$4,559 $4,481 $2,835 $6,171
2005
2009
2010
0%
Federal Grants
State Grants
Institutional Grants
Loans to Students
* Dollar figures represent the average aid amounts *
Source: ISU IPEDS Financial Aid Survey
Setting the Stage for SEM Planning
Introduction
Demographics
Affordability
Retention
Also: About 1 of every 2
transfer students to ISU
graduate from here.
Year 4
Year 4+?
Headcount
Unconditional Conditional
1601
415
1658
267
1494
342
1382
290
1195
324
Percent
Conditional
21%
14%
19%
17%
21%
Year
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
Total
2016
1925
1836
1672
1519
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
1552
1691
1832
1801
2566
1204
1328
1354
1441
2068
348
363
478
360
498
22%
21%
26%
20%
19%
2011
2512
2219
293
12%
2012
2658
2325
333
13%
Unconditional
African American
American Indian
Asian American
22%
All FTFT BDS
Hispanic
African American
65%
Multiracial
4%
Not Reported
3%
American Indian
25%
4%
1%
Asian American
4%
63%
1%
International
White
Hispanic
4%
Multiracial
3%
Not Reported
Conditional
International
African American
American Indian
Asian American
Hispanic
43%
45%
Multiracial
Not Reported
7%
5%
0%
International
0%
0%
White
High School Rank
9% - Top 10%
29% - Top 25%
68% - Top 50%
High School GPA
22% - 3.5 or higher
53% - 3.0 or higher
89% - 2.5 or higher
High School Other
20% - Acad Honors Diplomas
20% - 21st Century Scholars
Where are they from?
• 80% Indiana
• 16% Out of State
• 4% International
Where in Indiana?
• 27% Marion & surrounding
• 16% Vigo & surrounding
• 11% Northwest Indiana
What else?
• 56% Women
• 81% Live on Campus
• More than half are Pell Recipients
• Over half are 1st Generation
Name
Middle
50% ACT
Middle 50th
SAT total
Purdue University WL
23-29
1530 - 1900
Indiana University B
24-29
Ball State University
Average oneyear retention
rate
1625 - 1845
Class rank
percentile
71% from top
quarter
74% from top
quarter
ACT Category
Selective highly selective
Selective highly selective
20-24
1440-1720
89% from top half
Traditional
79%
IUPUI
18-25
1369 - 1699
85% from top half
70%
Indiana State
University of Southern
Indiana
16-22
1210 - 1520
64% from top half
Traditional
Liberal Traditional
18-23
1270-1590
69% from top half
Traditional
67%
87%
90%
66%
Source: US News
National Average = 78.4%
Indiana = 74.3%
IPEDS 2010 – all 4-yr publics
Main
State
Illinois State University
IL
Ball State University
IN
Central Michigan University
MI
East Carolina University
Indiana University of
Pennsylvania-Main Campus
University of Northern
Colorado
NC
PA
CO
Louisiana Tech University
The University of West
Florida
East Tennessee State
University
LA
TN
Indiana State University
IN
FL
Locale
City
Small
City
Small
Town
Remote
City
Small
Town
Distant
City
Small
Town
Distant
City
Small
City
Small
City
Small
Size
(Undergrad
FTE)
Student
Related
Expenditures /
Total FTE
% Freshmen
Pell
Recipients
% Underrepresented
Minority
Estimated
Median
SAT/ACT
17,328
$10,238
14.00%
9.30%
1,105
16,030
$11,356
21.00%
9.50%
1,045
18,960
$8,158
23.00%
7.60%
1,030
19,159
$11,878
20.00%
17.40%
1,010
11,330
$10,114
32.00%
13.60%
965
9,282
$8,771
18.00%
13.30%
1,045
7,246
$7,360
29.00%
16.40%
1,065
7,019
$8,125
25.00%
15.90%
1,065
9,805
$13,602
31.00%
6.60%
1,030
7,591
$10,205
35.00%
15.40%
930
Main
2009 6-Year Grad Rate
1st Year Retention Rate
Illinois State University
69.00%
83.00%
Ball State University
58.30%
78.00%
Central Michigan University
57.20%
77.00%
East Carolina University
56.80%
76.00%
Indiana University of Pennsylvania-Main Campus
54.20%
74.00%
University of Northern Colorado
49.30%
70.00%
Louisiana Tech University
46.40%
72.00%
The University of West Florida
45.30%
71.00%
East Tennessee State University
42.50%
67.00%
Indiana State University
40.40%
66.00%
ISU’s 5yr Goal – 70%
Source: AACRAO SEM Consulting
Headcount
Unconditional Conditional
1204
348
1328
363
1354
478
1441
360
2068
498
Year
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Total
1552
1691
1832
1801
2566
2011
2512
2219
2012
2658
2325
Percent
Conditional
22%
21%
26%
20%
19%
Total
69.1%
66.2%
63.9%
63.9%
58.1%
293
12%
60.6%
333
13%
1yr Retention Rate
Unconditional Conditional
71.8%
59.8%
69.4%
54.5%
67.6%
53.6%
68.6%
45.3%
61.9%
42.2%
63.1%
41.6%
80.0%
70.0%
60.0%
50.0%
1-yr Retention
40.0%
2-yr Retention
4-yr Graduation
30.0%
6-yr Graduation
20.0%
10.0%
0.0%
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
Cohort
2003
2004
2005
ISU 1-Yr Retention Rates (FTFT BDS)
African Americans and Whites
Total
80.0%
70.0%
63.0%
60.0%
51.6%
63.2%
50.0%
2007
2008
40.0%
43.2%
2009
30.0%
2010
20.0%
2011
10.0%
0.0%
African American
White
Conditional
Unconditional
70.0%
80.0%
60.0%
70.0%
50.0%
40.0%
30.0%
43.2%
37.3%
45.1%
37.8%
2007
2008
2009
20.0%
2010
10.0%
2011
60.0%
64.9%
55.2%
66.4%
50.0%
40.0%
2008
45.8%
2009
30.0%
2010
20.0%
2011
10.0%
0.0%
0.0%
African American
White
2007
African American
White
80.0%
70.0%
60.0%
50.0%
No pell
40.0%
Pell
30.0%
20.0%
10.0%
0.0%
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Living On Campus
Hdcnt
1yrRet
1123
70.4%
1291
66.4%
1418
63.6%
1418
64.4%
2078
59.0%
Off Campus
Hdcnt
1yrRet
429
65.5%
400
65.8%
414
65.0%
383
62.1%
488
54.5%
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Pct Living
OnCampus
72.4%
76.3%
77.4%
78.7%
81.0%
FYE Res Hall
Hdcnt
1yrRet
850
68.9%
916
67.6%
935
65.8%
942
65.4%
1258
63.5%
Oth Res Hall
Hdcnt
1yrRet
273
75.1%
375
63.5%
483
59.4%
476
62.4%
820
52.0%
Student Engagement Surveys
NSSE/FSSE
Supportive Campus Environment
90
% saying Institution Does Very Much/Quite a Bit
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
Supportive Campus
Environment Scale
(Means, 0 to 100, Diff
Statistically Signif)
Campus environment
Campus environment
Campus environment
provides the support you helps you cope with your
provides the support you
need to help you
non-academic
need to thrive socially
succeed academically
responsibilities
FY - ISU
59
69
39
45
FY - Carn Class
62
77
40
50
Seniors - ISU
57
68
28
35
Seniors - Carn Class
60
73
31
39
68
29
44
Faculty
Quality of Relationships
6.00
Means, 1-7
5.00
4.00
3.00
2.00
1.00
0.00
Quality of relationships with
other students
Quality of relationships with
faculty members (Diffs Stat
Signif)
Quality of relationships with
administrative personnel and
offices
ISU FY
5.36
5.02
4.70
FY - CarnClass
5.43
5.30
4.80
ISU Senior
5.55
5.29
4.74
Senior - CarnClass
5.60
5.55
4.67
Faculty
5.31
5.24
4.21

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