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November 16, 2010. Enrollment Update. Founded 1870 | Rolla, Missouri. Strategic Enrollment Management @ Missouri S&T. RECORD GROWTH. DECLINING STEM INTEREST. Succeeding while Swimming Against the Tide: A Pipeline Enhancement Strategy. Enrollment.

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November 16, 2010

Enrollment Update

Founded 1870 | Rolla, Missouri

strategic enrollment management @ missouri s t
Strategic Enrollment Management @ Missouri S&T

RECORD GROWTH

DECLINING STEM INTEREST

Succeeding while Swimming Against the Tide:

A Pipeline Enhancement Strategy

enrollment1
Enrollment

TOTAL Enrollment 7,206

  • Undergraduate students 5,504
  • Graduate students 1,702
  • New freshman class* 1,170
  • New transfer class 388

* 24% of the 2010 Freshman Class attended at least one S&T Summer Camp Program

2000 2010 enrollment change
2000-2010 Enrollment Change
  • 49% Increase in Undergraduates
  • 53% Increase in Female Students
  • 83% Increase in Graduate Students
  • 124% Increase in URM Minority Students
  • 88% Increase in African-American Students
  • 43% Increase in Non-Engineering Majors
  • Since 2005, 60% of Growth due to Increased Retention Rates
  • 24% Freshman attended a S&T Summer Program/Camp
  • 66% Graduation Rate Achieved
missouri s t 90 engineering science computing majors
Missouri S&T: 90% engineering, science & computing majors

19th in Nation for Largest Undergraduate Engineering Enrollment

17th in Nation for Number of Engineering Degrees Granted to African-Americans

19th in Nation for Number of BS Engineering Degrees Granted

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Source: ASEE, Profiles of Engineering and Engineers Technology Colleges, 2010, www.asee.org

http://www.asee.org/papers-and-publications/publications/college-profiles/2009-profile-engineering-statistics.pdf

missouri s 2008 student pipeline for engineering
Missouri’s 2008 student pipeline for engineering
  • High School Seniors: 72,467
  • High School Graduates: 61,752
  • ACT Testers/College Bound: 47,240
  • Any Engineering Interest (all testers): 1,768
  • Any Engineering Interest, (+21 testers): 1,256

(21 = MO average score / 50%)

  • Engineering Interest, +24 comp. score: 961

(24 = UM minimum for auto admission)

  • Missouri S&T Freshmen Engineering Enrollees: 681

SOURCES: MODESE 2009, ACT EIS 2008, PeopleSoft

students home states
Students’ Home States

Fall 2010

43

3

4

2

8

3

2

20

4

17

22

20

4

2

20

4

29

22

36

4

34

12

3

459

4

28

29

3

1

DC

41

4,901

128

12

20

12

18

19

56

54

Total Enrollment

  • 48 states & 52 nations
  • 70% Missouri residents
  • 10% minority students
  • 9% international students

5

7

7

16

25

125

8

6

24

1

reported starting salaries at commencement
Reported Starting Salaries at Commencement

UndergraduateGraduate

2003 $ 47,305 $ 52,744

2004 $ 46,567 $ 52,945

2005 $ 49,181 $ 53,042

2006 $ 51,059 $ 58,120

2007 $ 53,669 $ 62,751

2008 $ 55,975 $ 63,640

2009 $ 57,521 $ 67,567

2010 $ 57,800 $ 64,243

SOURCE: S&T COC Graduating Student Survey

capacity
Capacity

Chancellor’s Charge:

Assess whether the fall 2009 student population was at, below, or above the university’s capacity to provide each student with a quality education.

7 000 in 2010 not the same 7 000 from 1981
7,000 in 2010 not the same 7,000 from 1981

Fall 1981

Total Students: 7,480

On-campus: 7,039

Distance/EEC: 441

Undergraduate: 6,313

Freshmen: 1,488

Graduate: 1,167

Fall 2010

Total Students: 7,206

On-campus: 6,520

Distance/EEC: 686

Undergraduate: 5,504

Freshmen: 1,170

Graduate: 1,702

Fall 2000

Total Students: 4,626

On-campus: 4,393

Distance/EEC: 233

Undergraduate: 3,698

Freshmen: 696

Graduate: 928

teaching capacity task force conclusion
Teaching Capacity Task Force Conclusion
  • “ …the university was very close to exceeding its overall capacity to provide all enrolled students with a quality education in the fall 2009 semester.”
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Tight Markets for Minority & Female EngineersMissouri’s 2008 ACT Tested Seniors, +24 ACT and Interested in Engineering
  • High School Senior Cohort: 72,467
  • High School Graduates: 61,752
  • All Engineering Interest, +24 comp. score: 961

(24 = UM minimum for auto admission)

  • Female Engineering, +24 comp. score: 176
  • African-Amer Engineering, +24 comp. score: 21
  • Asian-Amer Engineering, +24 comp. score: 25
  • Native Amer Engineering, +24 comp. score: 7
  • Hispanic Engineering, +24 comp. score: 24
s t s underrepresented minority urm student outreach
S&T’s Underrepresented Minority (URM) Student Outreach

Red pins represent prospective URM students whose contact information was purchased by S&T Admissions

Purple-shaded areas represent areas targeted for URM recruitment

access to success
Access to Success

GOAL: By 2015, increase the low-income Pell Grant and under-represented minority students by 50%

total on campus underrepresented minority enrollment undergraduate 2000 2010
Total On-Campus Underrepresented Minority Enrollment (Undergraduate, 2000-2010)

Diversity Scholarships reduced from $4k/year to $1k/year due to decreased corporate support

challenge changes in the college bound student markets
Challenge: changes in the college-bound student markets
  • The Midwest and Northeast will experience a 4% to 10% decline in high school graduates between 2009 – 2014 (WICHE 2008)
  • Profile of college-bound students is rapidly becoming more ethnically diverse and female dominant (NCES, WICHE, ACT, College Board)
  • The number of students interested in engineering, computer science, and natural science degrees has declined to record lows (ACT, CIRP)
  • More full-time college freshmen are choosing to start at two-year colleges (IPED, MODHE)
  • More students are enrolling in more than one college at a time (National Student Clearinghouse)
  • Future student market growth will include more students requiring financial aid and loans to complete a degree (WICHE 2008)
  • Less students are attending their first-choice college or university (CIRP, Post Secondary EDUCATION)
domestic overall freshmen enrollment yield funnel fs2005 fs2010
Domestic Overall Freshmen Enrollment Yield Funnel FS2005-FS2010

Name Change

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Inquiries 8,361 8,456 9,629 11,427 11,514 11,510

Applicants 1,898 1,984 2,305 2,260 2,515 2,693

Admits 1,809 1,870 2,154 2,088 2,343 2,479

Enrollees 865 950 1,040 1,031 1,105 1,155

% Admits Enrolled 48% 51% 48% 49% 47% 47%

% Inquiries Enrolled 10% 11% 11% 9% 10% 10%

domestic under represented freshmen enrollment yield funnel fs2005 fs2010
Domestic Under-represented Freshmen Enrollment Yield Funnel FS2005-FS2010

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Applicants 174 232 291 290 346 415

Admits 133 184 223 210 267 326

Enrollees 54 90 94 94 111 135

% Admits Enrolled 41% 49% 42% 45% 42% 41%

domestic african american freshmen enrollment yield funnel fs2005 fs2010
Domestic African American Freshmen Enrollment Yield Funnel FS2005-FS2010

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Applicants 126 115 151 162 182 205

Admits 88 76 92 95 119 139

Enrollees 32 44 38 51 53 48

% Admits Enrolled 36% 58% 41% 54% 44% 34%

reported starting salaries at commencement1
Reported Starting Salaries at Commencement

UndergraduateGraduate

2003 $ 47,305 $ 52,744

2004 $ 46,567 $ 52,945

2005 $ 49,181 $ 53,042

2006 $ 51,059 $ 58,120

2007 $ 53,669 $ 62,751

2008 $ 55,975 $ 63,640

2009 $ 57,521 $ 67,567

2010 $ 57,800 $ 64,243

SOURCE: S&T COC Graduating Student Survey

students and alumni from over 70 countries
Students and Alumni fromOver 70 Countries

149 Students from China, fall 2010

strategic partnerships in china 2 2 dual degree and exchange programs
Strategic Partnerships in China2+2 Dual Degree and Exchange Programs

Beijing Institute of Technology - BIT

Dalian University of Technology - DUT

Harbin Institute of Technology - HIT

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology – HKUST

China Northeast Petroleum University - NEPU

China University of Petroleum - CUP

Shenzhen University

Tongji University - Tongji

Xian University of Science and Technology - XUST

Xian Technological University - XTU

student pipeline challenges
Student Pipeline Challenges

Multi-Race

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

Ethnicity Not Specified

challenge changes in the college bound student markets1
Challenge: changes in the college-bound student markets
  • The Midwest and Northeast will experience a 4% to 10% decline in high school graduates between 2009 – 2014 (WICHE 2008)
  • Profile of college-bound students is rapidly becoming more ethnically diverse and female dominant (NCES, WICHE, ACT, College Board)
  • The number of students interested in engineering, computer science, and natural science degrees has declined to record lows (ACT, CIRP)
  • More full-time college freshmen are choosing to start at two-year colleges (IPED, MODHE)
  • More students are enrolling in more than one college at a time (National Student Clearinghouse)
  • Future student market growth will include more students requiring financial aid and loans to complete a degree (WICHE 2008)
  • Less students are attending their first-choice college or university (CIRP, Post Secondary EDUCATION)
projected change in high school graduates 2007 2017
Projected change in high school graduates 2007-2017

+1

-17

-15

-23

-3

-19

+4

-14

-6

+13

-8

-12

-8

-14

-6

-6

-12

-6

-6

-2

+53

-6

-3

+10

-2

-4

+27

-6

+21

+9

-5

+1

+1

-3

+2

-31

+14

-1

+27

+1

+2

+1

-8

0

+22

0

> 20%

+11% to +20%

0% to +10%

Decreases

-7

+16

+10

-9

-14

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac 2006-07

weak student interest in stem
Weak Student Interest in STEM

> 5%

SOURCE: ACT, EIS 2008

pre college summer programs over 25 stem programs for students and teachers grades 1 12
Pre-College & Summer ProgramsOver 25 STEM programs for students and teachers grades 1-12

Summer 2011 dates available online after Feb. 1

Learn Moresummer.mst.edu

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November 16, 2010

More Information: http://enrollment.mst.edu

Founded 1870 | Rolla, Missouri