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DSU’s Budget Issues. Technology Applied Research Culture Maintenance & Repair - Facilities Infrastructure Workforce Initiative Self-Support to State-Support Tuition Miscellaneous Initiatives University Capacity. Technology Investment. 2-year lease (approx. $300,000)

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Dsu s budget issues
DSU’s Budget Issues

  • Technology

  • Applied Research Culture

  • Maintenance & Repair - Facilities Infrastructure

  • Workforce Initiative

  • Self-Support to State-Support Tuition

  • Miscellaneous Initiatives

  • University Capacity


Technology investment
Technology Investment

  • 2-year lease (approx. $300,000)

  • Update wireless infrastructure ($441,692)

  • Expand campus-wide biometrics environment ($50,000)

  • Hardware support for computer game design program ($120,000)


Applied research culture
Applied Research Culture

Graduate Education

Master’s Programs

  • Fall ’07 -- 152 students in master’s programs

    • MSIS – 83

    • MSET – 50

    • MSIA – 19

  • 46 master’s graduates in 2007-08


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Applied Research Culture

Graduate Education

D.Sc. In Information Systems

  • Fall ‘07 enrollment of 35

  • Fall ’08 projected enrollment of 50

    • 7 new admits-deferred from Fall ‘07 applicants

    • 8 new admits-selected from 33 Fall ‘08 applicants

    • 5 of Fall ‘08 applicants accepted for Fall ‘09

    • 12 funded graduate assistantships

    • 2 new faculty needed to meet dissertation supervision demands

    • More faculty would be needed to increase enrollments


Applied research culture2
AppliedResearch Culture

Current Enrollment by Program


Applied research culture3
Applied Research Culture

Graduate Education

Potential Growth

  • Master’s in Entertainment Technology

    • Intent to Plan approved Dec ‘07

  • Master of Science in Health Informatics

    • Intent to Plan in progress


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Applied Research Culture

  • Increased research potential with increased programs / enrollments

  • Growth in grants / contracts


Applied research culture grants and contracts administrative support
Applied Research Culture Grants and Contracts Administrative Support

  • Current staffing level

    • 10.5 month /1 FTE professional staff for pre-award

    • 12 month /.5 FTE professional staff for post-award

    • Allocated .33 secretarial support beginning FY09

  • Additional needs for increased support

    • Professional staff (pre-award) – increase to 12 month

    • Professional staff (post-award) – increase to 1 FTE

    • Increase secretarial support to 1 FTE


Applied research culture library collection additions
Applied Research CultureLibrary Collection Additions

D.Sc. start-up investment in library resources made purchase of both databases and books possible in FY07.


Applied research culture library database expenses
Applied Research Culture LibraryDatabase Expenses

Database investment will need to continue, to support growth in

D.Sc. and master’s programs.


M r facilities infrastructure
M&R - Facilities Infrastructure

  • Requested $3M for infrastructure repair and maintenance

  • Facilities needs assessment (Aramark Study)

    • $6,400,000 in infrastructure needs

      • $5.3M in academic facilities

      • $1.1M in auxiliary facilities

      • Inflation* of 23.3%

      • Total need in FY10 dollars = $7,893,000

        *Estimated based on OSE and Building Cost Index information


Workforce initiatives
Workforce Initiatives

  • Master of Science in Health Informatics

    • Labor demand

      • 16% increase in demand for medical and health services managers nationally by 2016 (Occupational Outlook Handbook)

      • Graduate education for HIM professionals seen as a priority for future (2004 American Health Information Management Association work force report)


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Workforce Initiatives

  • B.S. in Respiratory Care (Rapid City)

    • Currently, financial support from Rapid City Regional Hospital but contract ends FY10

    • Labor demand

      • 2002-03 statewide survey of acute-care facilities showed a 12% vacancy rate for respiratory therapists

      • An additional 91 therapists (33% increase) needed in state by 2014 (SD Dept of Labor)

      • 23% increase in demand predicted nationally by 2016 (Occupational Outlook Handbook)


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Workforce Initiatives

  • IT workforce development

    • 25% increase in on-campus recruiting


Self support to state support tuition
Self-Support to State-Support Tuition

  • Potential change will have major impact on DSU due to large proportion of self-support course offerings

    *Self-support % of total was 8.75% in 1998-99

    Source: FY08 SD BOR Fact Book


Summary of needs
Summary of Needs

  • Technology - $911,692

  • Applied Research Culture

    • D.Sc. Faculty - $206,000

    • New Graduate Program Support - $186,000

    • Grants & Contracts Office - $60,500

    • Library – $30,000

  • Maintenance & Repair - Facilities Infrastructure

    • $6,400,000 / FY10 - $7,893,000*

  • Workforce Initiative

  • Self-Support to State-Support Tuition

    *Estimated based on OSE and Building Cost Index information


Miscellaneous initiatives
Miscellaneous Initiatives

  • Professional Development School (Sioux Falls)

    • $288,978 (self-support tuition; 2007 estimate)

  • Computer-Assisted Mathematics Program

    • $129,842 (2007 estimate)

  • 2010 Research Center - National Center for Protection of the Financial Infrastructure

    • $2.5 million


University capacity
University Capacity

Capacity:

  • FTE Capacity Using Space Factors - 2,990*

  • Residence Hall Capacity – 686

    • Fall 2007 occupancy rate of 532 (77%)

      *Source: BOR study using North Carolina Utilization Data


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University Capacity

Target Growth & Facilities:

  • Target Population – 1,400 on-campus FTE by 2012*

  • Preliminary Program Plans – Information Technology

    Building and Indoor Athletic Facility

    Faculty & Program Expansion:

  • Target Growth – 3 new GR and 5 new UG programs by 2012*

    • MS in Health Informatics

    • MS in Entertainment Technology

    • BS in Computer Game Design

    • BS in Technical / Professional Communications

    • BS in Technology Entrepreneurism

    • BS in Network Systems Administration

      *Source: 2007-12 DSU Strategic Plan



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