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SACS AFFILIATE GROUP MEETING FOR HBCU PRESIDENTS AND CHANCELLORS. Presiding, Dr. Leonard L. Haynes, III Senior Director, Institutional Service. Monday, December 5, 2011 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Hilton Hotel 6001 Destination Parkway Orlando, FL Championsgate, Lobby Level .

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sacs affiliate group meeting for hbcu presidents and chancellors

SACS AFFILIATE GROUP MEETING FOR HBCU PRESIDENTS AND CHANCELLORS

Presiding, Dr. Leonard L. Haynes, III

Senior Director, Institutional Service

Monday, December 5, 2011

5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Hilton Hotel

6001 Destination Parkway

Orlando, FL

Championsgate, Lobby Level

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“America cannot lead in the 21st century unless we have the best educated, most competitive workforce in the world.”President Barack ObamaRemarks on Higher EducationApril 24, 2009

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PROGRAM SUSTAINABILITY

  • PROGRAM IMPACT
  • REPORTING
  • EXPENDITURES
  • MAJOR CONCERNS
did you know
Did You Know?

CCRAA Awards (P031B085….)

  • Over 15% of the CCRAA awards still contain significant carryover, despite a 1-year extension period and current liquidation status
  • CCRAA drawdowns MUST be completed by December 31, 2011
  • Funds will no longer be available on January 1, 2012 and may revert back to U.S. Treasury
  • Remaining Balance for the CCRAA program alone is in excess of $9 Million

HBCU, HBGI and SAFRA Awards

  • CCRAA drawdown status is reflective of the other Title III, Part B awards
  • About 59% of HBCU, HBGI and SAFRA awards contain significant carryover amounts (highest carryover amounts present in the HBGI and SAFRA awards)
  • Remaining Balances for the HBCU, SAFRA and HBGI programs total over $571 Million

Institutional Service (OPE)

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IMPROVED PROCESSES WITHIN INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE

  • Manageable grant-load (approximately 40 per Project Officer)
  • Improved Technical Assistance – ex: Closer oversight of grant activities, budgets, and draw-downs
  • Strategy to assist grantees in expending all obligated funds within the designated performance period
  • Creative/Innovative Messaging: Compilation of Success Stories (Information Sharing)
  • Site Visits / Program Outreach / Technical Assistance Webinars
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INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE FOCUS

  • Academic Excellence
  • Global Competitiveness
  • Financial Literacy
  • STEM
  • Community Service
  • Accountability
  • Fiscal and Programmatic Excellence
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Education Requirements for Jobs, 2018

Georgetown University, Center on Education and the Workforce, 2010 p. 14

http://www9.georgetown.edu/grad/gppi/hpi/cew/pdfs/FullReport.pdf

hbcu outreach
HBCU OUTREACH
  • PROGRAM IMPACT
  • GOOGLE MAPPING OF HBCU PROGRAMS – HANDOUT (http://www2.ed.gov/programs/iduestitle3b/index.html)
  • COLLEGE PROJECTIONS:

INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION

  • ENTREPRENEURIALSHIP
  • SSA – FINANCIAL LITERACY
concluding remarks
CONCLUDING REMARKS

QUESTIONS/RESPONSES

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