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University of Alaska Southeast FY12 Budget Priorities FY11 Performance Expectations FY12 Strategy for Performance 8/9/2010 1
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  • Slide 1
  • FY12 Budget Priorities FY11 Performance Expectations FY12 Strategy for Performance 8/9/2010 1
  • Slide 2
  • Enhance Student Services Reallocation of salary savings Elimination of Vice Chancellor Student Services Recruiter - #1 program request from FY11 Student Activities Coordinator Elimination of Director of Professional Education Center Faculty position Assistant Professor of Elementary Education Reallocation from 1% pool Bedford Property Acquisition Improves student safety by expanding parking Provides opportunity for future science building expansion Priority based on Campus Master Plan recommendation Sustainability Cost Containment & Future Savings Transition to energy efficient lighting fixtures Transition to dual fuel heating Transition from 3 independent phone systems to one Eliminates long-distance charges to Ketchikan, Sitka, Anchorage, Fairbanks 8/9/2010 2
  • Slide 3
  • FY11 Priorities continue in FY12 Student Success Teacher Education Recruitment & Placement Specialist Student Success & Retention Academy Instructional Designer Workforce Development and High Demand Jobs Replace TVEP funding for Ketchikan Campus Marine Operations Fixed Costs Library Security System 8/9/2010 3
  • Slide 4
  • BOR/UAS Goals and Themes Enhance Student Success, High Demand Job degrees awarded & Educational Quality Academic Master Plan Provides increased program access for Alaskans Develops Alaskas workforce Increases persistence & graduation rates Performance Metrics Affected Program Student Retention 10% increase High Demand Jobs 10% increase Student Credit Hours 5-10% increase 8/9/2010 4
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  • BOR/UAS Goals and Themes Enhance Student Success & High Demand Job degrees awarded & Educational Quality Academic Master Plan Provides increased program access for Alaskans Develops Alaskas workforce Increases persistence & completion rates of students Performance Metrics Affected Non Credit Instructional Units 15% increase 8/9/2010 5
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  • BOR/UAS Goals and Themes Enhance Student Success and High Demand Job degrees awarded Academic Master Plan Provides increased program access for Alaskan high school graduates Develop Alaskas workforce Increases persistence & graduation rates of students Performance Metrics Affected Student Recruitment 10% increase in freshman to sophomore Student Retention 3% per year for 3 years Student Credit Hours 10% increase 8/9/2010 6
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  • BOR/UAS Goals and Themes Enhances Student Success, Educational Quality Academic Master Plan Provides increased program access for Alaskans Develops Alaskas workforce Increases persistence & graduation rates of students Provides continuing education opportunities Performance Metrics Affected High Demand Jobs: 5-10% increase 8/9/2010 7
  • Slide 8
  • New Construction Student Housing Dorm Addition Renewal and Renovation Hendrickson Building Renovation Auke Lake Way Technology Education Center Diesel Lab Renovation Whitehead Computer Center Renovation Planning Facilities Services Physical Plant Replacement 8/9/2010 8
  • Slide 9
  • Goals Accommodate demand for freshman housing Attract & retain students Provide affordable housing Benefits Increased capacity for traditional age students Increased efficiency of residential staff Housing options for summer & conference housing 8/9/2010 9
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  • Goals Modernize and improve an aging building Address code compliance fire safety Revise classroom space to campus support space Benefits Pedestrian traffic segregated from vehicle traffic Cost containment for fixed cost utilities by replacing single pane windows Aesthetically attractive campus 8/9/2010 10
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  • Goals Reroute traffic from existing road Create a well-defined entrance area Benefits Aligns access with Student Recreation Center Decreases risk because traffic is rerouted from a high traffic zone Aesthetically attractive campus 8/9/2010 11
  • Slide 12
  • Goals Redesign space to meet Alaskas demand for mine training Train employees for two existing mines Benefits Increase to High Demand Job Degrees Awarded Demonstrates responsiveness to community needs Increases University Generated Revenue metric 8/9/2010 12
  • Slide 13
  • Goals Meet Alaskas demand for certified marine transportation employees Benefits Increase to High Demand Job degrees awarded Demonstrates responsiveness to community needs Increases University Generated Revenue metric Increase in Alaskan jobs for Alaskans 8/9/2010 13
  • Slide 14
  • Goals Modernize and improve an aging building Address code compliance issues Benefits Increases High Demand Job degrees awarded Demonstrates responsiveness to community needs Increases University Generated Revenue metric 8/9/2010 14
  • Slide 15
  • Student Credit Hour Anticipated growth -11% Early indicator: Juneau Campus at 12.6% FY10 SCH exceed significant target by 8.4% High Demand Jobs Anticipated growth 5% FY10 HDJ meet moderate target Undergraduate Retention Anticipated growth 3% per year Estimated retention on track to meet moderate goal Research Expenditures Static/Decline in research expenditures Decrease of 26.3% in region during FY10 Large NSF (REU) on hold for one year (FY11) ARRA Funded 8/9/2010 15
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  • Teacher Education Redesign and grow on campus undergraduate elementary education program Business Program Increase full time student enrollment in business on campus programs Distance Education Increase number of full time students Increase average credit load of part time students Bachelors of Social Work Mental Health Trust Funds already in process UAS/UAA/UAF Partnership Student Success Intrusive advising Mandatory orientation Development of learning community Summer program Incoming freshmen and students on probation Mining Training Develop center for underground mine training Simulators and additional courses 16 8/9/2010