Chancellor Cheek DDDH Presentation

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Chancellor Cheek provided an overview of the university's accomplishments and progress toward its goals at the DDDH retreat on August 27.

Text of Chancellor Cheek DDDH Presentation

  • 1. Deans, Directors and Department HeadsAugust 27, 2012UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, KNOXVILLE

2. Journey to the Top 25 3. June Board of Trustees 8% Tuition Increase Fee Increases Take 15, Graduate in 4 5% Raises Long Term Compensation 4. Campus/System/BOT Relationships 5. DevelopmentCelebration: $860 Million 6. Development Priorities Chairs & Professorships (Chancellors Challenge) Scholarships & Graduate Fellowships College Priorities 7. Athletics 8. Compensation/Performance Hire at market Work with Provost and HumanResources Performance-based raises Merit raises/plan for full Professor 9. Teacher/Scholar Model Teaching/Advising Scholarship Research Creative Activities 10. Take 15,Graduate in 4 Fall 2013 Tuition ModelA New Expectation for Undergraduate Students 11. Graduation in Four Years Used to be the norm Off track Must become the new norm Critical to our Top 25 goal Better for our students and our state 12. Its Better for Students Spend less on their education Incur less debt Opportunity costs Begin their careers earlier 13. Its Better for Students Students who complete a bachelors degree within four years earned more than all other degree recipients A Profile of Non-Completers in Tennessee Dr. Bill Fox Higher Educationa study by the Center for Director of the Center for Business and Economic Research and the Tennessee Higher Education Commission Business and Economic Research 14. Impact on Student DebtAverage UT student debt:Less than $20,000UT students with NO debt: 52%Average expenses: ~$24,000/yearMost scholarships expire: 4 years 15. Its Better for UT Improves graduation rate Increases state funding Increases capacity to serve other students Produces more undergraduate degrees/year Accelerates progress toward Top 25 16. Its Better for Tennessee Increase the number of college graduates Population withBachelors Degree**25+ years of age 35% 30% 25% 20% 15%30% 10%21%5%0% Nat. Average Tennessee 17. Degrees Awarded 2010-2011 Academic Year 70006161 60002053 5000 4344 40007153624 3496 3000 10622704 1913 831 2001 2000 41081734 3629 473 1433 1424 45911462562449267 1000 129800 1873 15831528 1275 1157 1017984683 0 117 Bachelors Graduate/Professional 18. Graduation Rates80.0%60% 58%60%61% 61% 63% 66%70.0% 4.5%60.0% 4.7%5.3%5.1%5.1%4.7%4.7%50.0%25.8%26.3%24.8%24.2% 24.7% 24.3% 25.2%40.0% 23.7%30.0%20.0%40.0%33.7%35.7%36.7%30.6% 29.4% 30.0% 31.2% 30.6%10.0% 0.0%200020012002200320042005 2006 2007 2008 FOUR-YEARFIVE-YEARSIX-YEAR Preliminary 19. Six-Year Graduation RateFall 2006 cohort100% Aspiration Target Peer 95% 90% 85% 80% 75% 70% 65% 60% 55% 50% 20. Proposed New Tuition Model Take 15, graduate in 4 Students pay for 15 hours Implementation in Fall 2013 Full year to communicate No additional cost for 15+ hours Increase revenue by ~$6 million in year 1 21. Funds Will Provide Courses and laboratories needed for graduation More academic advisors UTracK system for monitoring progress tograduation More tutoring and academic support services More effective communication with undergraduates Increased communications with prospectivestudents 22. Funds Will Provide Better faculty/student ratio More summer school options More courses online Additional need-based scholarships for Tennesseans Performance-based, market-driven compensation 23. Implementation All current students continue under the oldmodel No change for current students Proposed new model starts fall 2013 Expectation limit tuition increases to 3%annually for three years After four years, pay the prevailing rate 15 hours becomes the new norm 24. Average Net Price of Tuition $4,000.00 $2,870.00$3,040.00 $3,000.00 $2,013.00 $2,000.00 $1,000.00 $-$(1,000.00)$(2,000.00)$(3,000.00)$(4,000.00)$(5,000.00)$(6,000.00)$(5,711.00)$(7,000.00) SecondThird Fourth BottomQuartileQuartile Quartile Quartile ($43,066 -($87,801 -($143,045 -($0 - $43,065)$87,800) $143,044) $1,430,000) 25. We Remain aGreat Value 26. New Tuition Model Endorsed The prime beneficiaries will be UT students. Graduating sooner translates into spending less money on school and incurring less debt. The new tuition model is a positive step that will bring UT closer to its laudable goal of becoming a top-25 public research institution. 27. JOURNEY TO THE TOP 25 28. UTK PositionUTKUTK UTK Change MetricsJune 2010June 20122010-2012ACT Equivalent29/2429/24 No changeRetention Rate 84%85% +1 pt6-Year Graduation Rate 60%63%+3 ptPh.D. Degrees277270-7Masters and Professional Degrees1,8451726- 119Federal Research Expenditures $70 M $109+$39Total Research Expenditures $165 M $208 +$43Tenure-Line Salary Range $66 to $107 K $71 to $115 + $5 to $8Undergraduate Student/Tenure-Line20 20No changeFacultyFaculty Awards10TBDTeaching and Support Expenditures/ $16,100$17,698 + $1,598StudentEndowment/ Student $14,380$16,250 + $1,870 29. Progress 7 Metrics improved 2 stayed same 2 decreased 1 Metric TBD 30. 1821 2427 3033 36Vanderbilt Florida Texas A&MAuburnGeorgiaUTKSouth Carolina ArkansasLSU Missouri Alabama Kentucky Miss. StateACT Scores for SEC Schools Mississippi 31. Freshman Retention Rate1st to 2nd Year Retention Rate; 2004 to 2010 Freshmen Cohort Years 90 88 86 84.5% 84 82 80 78 76 74 20042005 20062007 200820092010 32. ResearchFederal Research Expenditures; 2004-2011$200$180$160$140$120$100$80$60 Top 25 Target Peers, No Med School$40 UTK$20 $- 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 200920102011 33. FacultyAverage Assistant Professor Salary; Fall 2011$95 Aspiration TargetPeer$90$85UTK in$80 2010 up 4$75positions$70 $71$65$60$55$50 34. Faculty Average Associate Professor Salary, Fall 2011$120Aspiration Target Peer$110 UTK in$1002010 up 1 position $90$83 $80 $70 $60 $50 35. Faculty Average Full Professor Salary, Fall 2011$170 Aspiration Target Peer$150UTK in 2010 $130up 1position $115$110$90$70$50 36. Top 25 Infrastructure Progress Buildings underway Student Union Natalie Haslam Music Center John Tickle Engineering Building Strong Hall Residence HallMajor Renovations Humanities and Social Sciences Greve Hall Brehm Animal Science and Food Science Buildings 37. Top 25 Investments Strategic Instructional Fund Relieve bottleneck courses Additional tenure-line faculty Additional lecturers Raises First Year and TransitionPrograms Additional advisors 38. Thejourneywe take is just asimportant asachievingthe goal 39. Issues forthe Future 40. Civility/Diversity/Citizenship 41. Internationalization 42. InternationalizationTop 25 Institutions % of Total Enrollment 2010-11#13 University of Illinois-Urbana- 18.22%Champaign#2 UCLA15.78%#17 Ohio State University10.85%#19 University of Florida10.82%#25 Rutgers University 7.26%#46 University of Tennessee3.79% 43. Communication How do wecommunicate better? 44. Academics Focus on Better Teaching and on Student Learning Rigor Advising Tracking students Course availability 45. Academics How much do we grow? When? Utilization of summer Distance education Harvard/MIT/Berkeley Experiment Multiple Approaches to Institution 46. Higher Education is Under Attack 47. Higher Education is Under Attack 48. Governors Review of Higher Education Access Quality Preparing the Workforce 49. Morrill Act Anniversary Celebrating the 150th Anniversary Land grants vital to future of higher education 50. Questions/Comments

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