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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

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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?
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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?
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FINANCIAL CONTEXT

State Tax Funds Plus UB Tuition Revenue

$ in millions

Source: Financial Services

revenue per student under new suny budget model tuition fees state support
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
UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT

Current Submitted Plan

PLAN

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

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PROJECTED NYS HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES

High school graduates projected to decline ~7% through 2020

suny community college freshman enrollments
SUNY COMMUNITY COLLEGEFreshman Enrollments

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

*-preliminary estimate

graduate enrollment

Current Submitted Plan

GRADUATE ENROLLMENT

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

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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
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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.

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Impact on Academic Calendar

Comparison of Academic Calendars

with and without Intersession

2014 Calendar Year

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Credit Hour Requirements

14 class days

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

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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.

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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
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