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Enrollment and Intersession Office of Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs presented to UB Information Technology February 26, 2013. Structure of Our Conversation. Importance of enrollment and building a culture that embraces a shared responsibility Why intersession?

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Enrollment and Intersession

Office of

Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs

presented to

UB Information Technology

February 26, 2013


Structure of Our Conversation

  • Importance of enrollment and building a culture that embraces a shared responsibility

  • Why intersession?

    • Impact to academic calendar

    • Course offerings

    • Next steps

  • Questions?


Enrollment Challenges on the Horizon

and Budget Implications

  • Changing budget model based on enrollment

  • Current enrollment shortfall

  • We are in a demographic downturn

  • Transfer pipeline eroding

  • We want to increase graduation rates

  • QUESTIONS

    • Can freshman class grow in size without losing quality to preserve stable undergraduate enrollments?

    • Can non-resident enrollments increase?


FINANCIAL CONTEXT

State Tax Funds Plus UB Tuition Revenue

$ in millions

Source: Financial Services


REVENUE PER STUDENT UNDER NEW SUNY BUDGET MODELTuition, Fees & State Support

Source: Estimates based on enrollment patterns of students in majors, Fall 2011.


UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT

Current Submitted Plan

PLAN

Source: Official Enrollment, includes full- and part-time regular enrollment.


PROJECTED NYS HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES

High school graduates projected to decline ~7% through 2020


SUNY COMMUNITY COLLEGEFreshman Enrollments

Source: NYSED ORIS, First-time, Full-time Enrollments

*-preliminary estimate


PROJECTED CHANGES IN HS GRADUATES FROM OTHER KEY STATES


Current Submitted Plan

GRADUATE ENROLLMENT

Source: Official Enrollment, includes full- and part-time regular enrollment.


ONE-YEAR PERCENTAGE CHANGE IN NEW GRADUATE ENROLLMENTS2011

Source: Council of Graduate Schools.


Why intersession?

  • Opportunity to increase enrollment and revenue

  • Unique educational offerings that can focus on a single subject in small, intimate classes

  • Supports Finish in Four and improved graduation rates

  • More time between fall and spring for research, projects, and course preparation

  • Greater use of University facilities

  • Smoother spring semester start-up


Enrollment Potential

Assuming 3 credits per course and an average tuition rate of $300/credit would yield about $2M in tuition revenue for Stony Brook in 2012.


Impact on Academic Calendar

Comparison of Academic Calendars

with and without Intersession

2014 Calendar Year


Credit Hour Requirements

14 class days

Additional contact hours may be substituted for preparation hours, but not vice versa.


Course Offerings

Opportunity for innovative, engaging teaching and research

  • Intensive language study

  • Re-envisioned General Education courses

  • Capstone design experience

  • Distance learning

  • Internships

  • Study Abroad

  • Undergraduate research experiences

  • “Boot camps”

  • Immersion-style courses

  • Field research

The Academic Offerings sub-committee is developing recommendations, and is looking for participants.


Next Steps

  • Committees assembled to explore implications and propose implementation plans

    • Academic Calendar and Faculty Advisory Group

    • Academic Offerings

    • Communications and Marketing

    • Financials

    • Records and Registration

    • University Services


Questions


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