Administrative Leadership Meeting. Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014 Chancellor Randy Woodson. Upcoming ALM Topics. March 11 Branding Update & Implementation ( Titmus Theatre) May 13 Building our Research Capacity ( Titmus Theatre). Athletic Department Overview January 2014.
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Administrative Leadership Meeting
Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014
Chancellor Randy Woodson
Branding Update & Implementation (Titmus Theatre)
Building our Research Capacity
Athletic Department OverviewJanuary 2014
The mission of the NC State Athletics Department is to prepare student-athletes...
To compete at the highest level.
To inspire student-athletes to be leaders now and for the future.
To provide the best environment to achieve their athletic, academic, and personal aspirations.
- Adopted August 2009 and approved by Council on Athletics and Chancellor
By the Numbers
$63.5MFY14 operating budget
(100% self-supporting; no State funding)
250employees (full-time and part-time)
23 varsity teams (11 men / 11 women / 1 co-ed)
15 athletic facilities and fields across campus
Provides university branding nationally and internationally. Annually, Football and Men’s Basketball campus branding opportunities via broadcasts are valued in excess of $1.15 million.
Develops esprit de corps among alumni, friends, staff and students, bonding them to the university family.
Draws people back to campus to see the growth of NC State and creates the opportunity to become more engaged in campus life.
In excess of one million spectators visited athletic events during 2012-13.
Generates funds for the university licensing unit, for use by campus, as teams win and provide national exposure for our University.
Supports the goals of the University Advancement Office and Alumni Association.
Becomes an effective enrollment management strategy when teams are successful at the conference and national levels.
Gaugeaccurately where we are today in order to set challenging, yet achievable goals for the program.
“Facts are stubborn things, and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence…”
A Biography In His Own Words
Setthe right goals for the right reasons, after determining desired culture.
“No clever arrangement of rotten eggs will make a good omelet.”
Evaluateprogress often, both formally and informally.
“Sometimes the best management tool is a mirror.”
Establish the Culture.
Reinforce the Culture.
Act with integrity when the Culture is threatened.
Original document authored by Deborah Yow in 2008.
Recent Significant Achievements
Note: The National Director’s Cup began in 1994.
Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes (ASPSA)
ASPSA is a unit of the Division of Academic & Student Affairs (DASA).
Comprehensive academic support program including academic counselors, peer mentors, tutoring, learning specialists, etc.
15 full-time professionals, several interns and approximately 70 tutors.
ASPSA staff is one of the largest staffs among ACC Schools.
$1.74M annual funding provided by Athletic Department.
Department of Athletics personnel work collaboratively with the ASPSA Staff.
Since 2010, a class attendance policy has been in place for at-risk student-athletes.
Note: ACC Data reflects only Public Institutions
Projected for 2014: All-time high of 72%student-athlete Federal Graduation Rate.
(Women’s Basketball only program in nation with 2 Academic All Americans.)
Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) is the leadership group of student-athletes who meet monthly and provide general feedback to athletics administration and coordinate community outreach programs.
Student-Athlete Survey(returning student-athletes) and Exit Interview(departing student-athletes) conducted annually to secure direct feedback.
Wolfpack Leadership Academy launched in 2012 to develop leaders, focus team development, manage conflict, increase coach awareness, increase mental toughness, create responsible decision making, and provide marketable leadership skills for a lifetime.
“The Wolfies” is an ESPYs-style awards banquet held each Spring to honor student-athlete competitive and academic achievements.
“Welcome Back Pack” orientation programming held each August to begin the school year.
$100,000 raised for local, national, and international charities.
4,000 children were visited by 53 student-athletes who shared a message about the value of positive character traits.
1,000 toys donated to Toys for Tots at a home football game.
750 meals were served by student-athletes through Athletes in Action at a homeless shelter.
137 charitable organizations and schools received donated gametickets and autographed items to assist with their fundraisers.
30 non-profit organizations, including the Jimmy V and Kay Yow Foundations,benefited from our student-athletes volunteering their time.
$100 Million – Annual Fund (Scholarships)
50 Million – Endowment (Scholarships)
50 Million – Facilities
$200 Million Total
2015Indoor Practice Facility
for Field Teams
100% self-supporting; no State funding.
Maximize current financial resources and strive to enhance resources compared to our ACC public peers.
We act with integrity. No current NCAA sanctions.
Goal is to become a perennial Top 25 program.
Graduate our student-athletes at a rate among the top half of ACC public institutions.
Collaborative partner with campus.
“Life is under no obligation to
give us what we expect.”