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Higher Education Budgeting in Indiana 102. Indiana Commission for Higher Education October 12, 2006. Higher Education Budgeting in Indiana 102. NATIONAL CONTEXT. Higher Education Appropriations per FTE by State, 2005. U.S. Indiana.

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higher education budgeting in indiana 102
Higher Education Budgeting in Indiana 102

Indiana Commission for Higher Education

October 12, 2006

higher education appropriations per fte by state 2005
Higher Education Appropriations per FTE by State, 2005

U.S.

Indiana

Source: SHEEO SHEF, State Higher Education Finance FY2005.

full time equivalent fte enrollment in public higher education percent change by state 1990 2005
Full-Time-Equivalent (FTE) Enrollment in Public Higher Education, Percent Change by State, 1990-2005

Indiana

U.S.

Source: SHEEO SHEF, State Higher Education Finance FY2005.

educational appropriations per fte percent change by state 1990 2005
Educational Appropriations per FTE,Percent Change by State, 1990-2005

U.S.

Indiana

Source: SHEEO SHEF, State Higher Education Finance FY2005.

total educational revenues per fte percent change by state 1990 2005
Total Educational Revenues per FTE,Percent Change by State, 1990-2005

Indiana

U.S.

Source: SHEEO SHEF, State Higher Education Finance FY2005.

net tuition as a percentage of public higher education total educational revenues by state 2005
Net Tuition as a Percentage of Public Higher EducationTotal Educational Revenues by State, 2005

Indiana

U.S.

Source: SHEEO SHEF, State Higher Education Finance FY2005.

change in state and family share of education expenditures fy1995 to fy2005
Change in State and Family Share of Education ExpendituresFY1995 to FY2005

Source: Indiana Commission for Higher Education.

higher education budgeting in indiana 1023
Higher Education Budgeting in Indiana 102

Selected Peer States

Michigan Illinois

Ohio Wisconsin

Minnesota Virginia

Washington Massachusetts

enrollment in public postsecondary institutions in selected states fall 2004
Enrollment in Public Postsecondary Institutions in Selected States (Fall 2004)

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

enrollment in public postsecondary institutions per capita for selected states
Enrollment in Public Postsecondary Institutions per capita for Selected States

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

enrollment in public and independent postsecondary institutions in selected states fall 2004
Enrollment in Public and Independent Postsecondary Institutions in Selected States (Fall 2004)

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

state appropriations for higher education fy 2006 000
State Appropriationsfor Higher Education FY 2006 ($000)

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

higher education appropriations per capita fy 06
Higher Education Appropriations per capita FY 06

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

higher education appropriations per fte fy 06
Higher Education Appropriations per FTE FY 06

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

increases in state appropriations for higher education fy95 fy 06
Increases in State Appropriations for Higher Education FY95-FY 06

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

fall headcount enrollment in indiana postsecondary institutions
Fall headcount enrollment in Indiana postsecondary institutions

Total

346,378

Public

266,790

Private

79,588

Source: Annual Editions of Report of Enrollment in Indiana Colleges and Universities, prepared for the Indiana Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers. Independent Colleges of Indiana. Commission for Higher Education Student Information System.

state higher education operating appropriations per hoosier fte 1992 2004 nominal
State Higher Education Operating Appropriations per Hoosier FTE 1992 – 2004 (nominal)

Source: Indiana Commission for Higher Education

inflation adjusted state higher education operating appropriations per hoosier fte 1992 2004 2004
Inflation Adjusted State Higher Education Operating Appropriations per Hoosier FTE 1992 – 2004 (2004 $)

Source: Indiana Commission for Higher Education

total state student aid appropriations fy 05 000
Total State Student Aid Appropriations FY 05($000)

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

student aid appropriations per capita fy 05
Student Aid Appropriations per capita FY 05

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

student aid appropriations per resident fte fy 05
Student Aid Appropriations per Resident FTE FY 05

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

student aid appropriations per all fte fy 05
Student Aid Appropriations per All FTE FY 05

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

total higher education and student aid appropriations per capita fy 06
Total Higher Education and Student Aid Appropriations per capita FY 06

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

total higher education and student aid appropriations per fte fy 05
Total Higher Education and Student Aid Appropriations per FTE (FY 05)

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

average tuition 4yr public institutions fall 04 u s doe
Average Tuition 4yr. Public Institutions Fall 04(U.S. DOE)

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

average tuition 2yr public institutions fall 04 u s doe
Average Tuition 2yr. Public Institutions Fall 04(U.S. DOE)

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

average tuition 4yr independent institutions fall 04 u s doe
Average Tuition 4yr. Independent Institutions Fall 04(U.S. DOE)

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

federally funded expenditures on research development nsf fy 04 000
Federally Funded Expenditures on Research & Development (NSF FY 04, $000)

Source: NCHEMS using NSF data, 2004.

federally funded expenditures on research development per capita nsf fy 04
Federally Funded Expenditures on Research & Development per Capita (NSF FY 04)

Source: NCHEMS using NSF data, 2004.

total expenditures on research development nsf fy 04 000
Total Expenditures on Research & Development (NSF FY 04, $000)

Source: NCHEMS using NSF data, 2004.

total expenditures on research development per capita nsf fy 04
Total Expenditures on Research & Development per Capita (NSF FY 04)

Source: NCHEMS using NSF data, 2004.

revenues per fte student indiana institutions as a percentage of peer group medians

Below 90% of Peer Group Median

90 to 110% of Peer Group Median

Above 110% of Peer Group Median

Revenues

Unrestricted: State,

Restricted: Government

Institution

Total E&G Revenue

Local, Tuition, Fees,

Grants and Contracts

Per FTE Student

Private Gifts Per FTE

Per FTE

102.1

44.5

81.0

INDIANA UNIVERSITY-BLOOMINGTON

96.8

68.2

83.3

PURDUE UNIVERSITY-MAIN CAMPUS

BALL STATE UNIVERSITY

114.3

113.9

110.9

99.3

84.0

120.0

INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY-INDIANAPOLIS

125.6

61.9

112.1

INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY

86.9

38.5

79.7

INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY-FORT WAYNE

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA

81.9

63.9

71.0

109.0

34.4

87.1

INDIANA UNIVERSITY-SOUTH BEND

106.4

55.8

97.0

INDIANA UNIVERSITY-NORTHWEST

87.8

41.2

79.0

INDIANA UNIVERSITY-SOUTHEAST

86.4

75.2

85.5

PURDUE UNIVERSITY-CALUMET CAMPUS

INDIANA UNIVERSITY-KOKOMO

119.2

51.3

97.3

126.5

195.8

136.6

INDIANA UNIVERSITY-EAST

113.4

43.2

99.4

PURDUE UNIVERSITY-NORTH CENTRAL CAMPUS

83.7

80.0

77.4

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE-NORTHCENTRAL

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE-CENTRAL INDIANA

91.5

174.8

90.6

74.3

80.4

74.2

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE-COLUMBUS

80.9

84.7

76.4

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE-EAST CENTRAL

91.6

102.0

91.3

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE-KOKOMO

70.8

55.6

62.7

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE-LAFAYETTE

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE-NORTHEAST

95.7

101.5

90.9

77.5

101.3

79.8

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE-SOUTH CENTRAL

77.4

82.9

73.2

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE-SOUTHWEST

75.5

98.3

76.0

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE-WABASH VALLEY

118.0

126.0

117.1

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE-WHITEWATER

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE-NORTHWEST

95.6

203.0

114.1

95.3

97.3

93.3

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE-SOUTHEAST

119.4

139.8

126.0

VINCENNES UNIVERSITY

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE-BLOOMINGTON

Revenues per FTE Student—Indiana Institutions as a Percentage of Peer Group Medians

Source: NCHEMS,Indiana Taskforce on Affordability

expenditures per fte student indiana institutions as a percentage of peer group medians

Below 90% of Peer Group Median

90 to 110% of Peer Group Median

Above 110% of Peer Group Median

Expenditures per FTE Student—Indiana Institutions as a Percentage of Peer Group Medians

Source: NCHEMS,Indiana Taskforce on Affordability

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Change in Official Combined Reserve Balance including debt owed to Postsecondary Institutions, Schools and Local Units of Government

FY 07 estimated. Source: State Budget Agency

state general fund and ptrc revenue growth fy00 fy 07
State General Fund and PTRC Revenue Growth FY00 – FY 07

Note: FY 00-06 actual, FY 07 estimated. Source State Budget Agency

compare state revenue growth with higher education appropriations fy00 fy 07
Compare State Revenue Growth with Higher Education Appropriations FY00 – FY 07

State revenue forecast for FY 08 and FY 09 will be December 2006

debt service requests 07 09 millions
Debt Service Requests 07-09($ millions)

*FY 09 would be the appropriation if all capital projects requested are authorized by the General Assembly

plant expansion
Plant Expansion

Continuation of method implemented in 2003-05

  • Nonresearch facilities receive the lesser of the statewide average personal services and general S&E per GSF + campus utilities per GSF or the actual request
  • Research facilities calculated in same manner, but using statewide research facility average for personal services and general S&E + campus research facility utility costs per GSF
  • New leases requested in plant expansion
degree production incentive
Degree Production Incentive
  • While it is very important to fund growth, the State should consider outputs as well as inputs in its funding decisions
  • Increasing graduation rates and decreasing time to degree is good for students, parents, institutions, and the State
  • The State should consider a base adjustment that rewards institutions for graduating more students faster
six year degree completion rates in indiana postsecondary education by race and degree
Six-Year Degree-Completion Rates in Indiana Postsecondary Education by Race and Degree

Source: National Center for Education Statistics, 2003 IPEDS Graduation Rate Survey

six year graduation rates relative to peer groups
Six-Year Graduation Rates Relative to Peer Groups

Indiana University-Bloomington

Purdue University-Main Campus

Ball State University

Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis

Indiana State University

Indiana University-Purdue University-Fort Wayne

University of Southern Indiana

Indiana University-South Bend

Indiana University-Northwest

Indiana University-Southeast

Purdue University-Calumet Campus

Purdue University-North Central Campus

Indiana University-Kokomo

Indiana University-East

Source: National Center for Higher Education Management Systems (IPEDS Graduation Rate Survey, 2003)

degree production incentive as proposed 05 07
Degree Production Incentive as proposed 05-07
  • Funding for 4-yr institutions based on improvement in baccalaureate degrees awarded per Hoosier FTE
  • Funding for 2-year institutions based on improvement in associate’s degrees awarded per Hoosier FTE
  • Incentive pays $3,500 per FTE, same as enrollment change subsidy rate
  • Using baccalaureate degrees per Hoosier FTE provides for the inclusion of part-time and transfer students
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SPECIAL APPROPRIATION REQUESTS