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Academic Leadership R et r e at. Augus t 28 , 2013. 1. Journey to the Top 25. Students. § We are a student-focused university § How we treat our students is important § One Stop. J u n e B o ar d of Tr ustees. § 6\% Tuition Increase § 5\% Raise Pool – 3 r d year in a row

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Students

§We are a student-focuseduniversity

§Howwetreatour studentsis important

§OneStop

j u n e b o ar d of tr ustees
June Boardof Trustees

§6%Tuition Increase

§5%RaisePool–3rd yearin a row

§Fee Increases

§Transfer streetstouniversity

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Governor’s ReviewofHigherEducation

§Access

§Quality

§Preparing students forcareers

branding communications1
Branding &Communications

§Branding contributesto success

§Consistencyisessential

§Goodstoriesreinforcethe brand and everyonebenefits

§Buy-in iscritical

branding communications2
Branding &Communications
  • §We are strategiccommunicators
  • Branding providesframework
  • Work withcampuspartners
  • Usedatatomake decisions
  • Branding isa continualprocess
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Development

$92,402,645raised

32,540 donors

10

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DevelopmentPriorities

SupporttheJourney totheTop 25

§Chairs, professorships,and facultyawards

§Scholarshipsand Fellowships

§CollegePriorities

§Deans,DepartmentHeadsvital tofundraising

athletics
Athletics

§Notmostimportant, butmostvisible

§Clean,successfulprogram iscritical

§Mosttoppublicuniversitiessucceedin both

§Working towardbetterfinancial model

athletics1
Athletics

§Suspended$6 million/year ofsupport-- no impacton current commitments

§Athleticsfundsfacilities&utilities–budgetreserveinadequate

§80%ofstudentathletespayout-of-statetuition

§UTMand UTCeachinvest~$5million annually

§38 ofTop 50publicstransfer moneytoathletics

athletics2
Athletics
  • §Academicsuccess
  • Recordperformance–studentathletes3.05+GPA
  • 58%ofstudentathletes3.0 GPA or higher
  • 115 studentathleteson Dean’s List
  • Herman Lathers–Chancellor’s Citationfor Extraordinary CommunityService
new tuition model
NewTuition Model

§Take 15,graduatein 4

§Appliestonewundergraduatesin Fall2013

§Full-timestudentspayfor 15 hours

§Noadditionalcostfor 15+hours

§Expectation–limittuitionincreasesto3% annuallyfor threeyearsfor Classof2017

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AverageNetPrice ofTuition

$6,000.00

$3,700.00

$3,752.00

$4,000.00

$2,945.00

$2,000.00

$-­‐

$(2,000.00)

$(4,000.00)

$(6,000.00)

$(5,619.00)

$(8,000.00)

Second QuarKle ($46,516 -­‐

$95,444)

Third QuarKle ($95,445 -­‐

$151,369)

Fourth QuarKle ($151,370 -­‐

$1,506,000)

BoIomQuarKle ($0 -­‐ $46,515)

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In-StateTuition atFour-YearSchools

FY2012-2013

A comparisonofundergraduate in-­‐statemaintenanceandmandatoryfees between four-­‐ year highereducaKoninsKtuKonsinTennessee.

Sortedby MandatoryFees

Sortedby TotalFees

Mandatory Fees

MandatoryUG Maint.

Fees Fees*

$ from UTK

InsKtuKon

InsKtuKon

Total

MiddleTennessee

1,594

UT ChaIanooga

1,490

UT Knoxville

1,290

University ofMemphis

1,256

AusKnPeay

1,224

Tennessee Tech

1,200

UT MarKn

1,103

EastTennessee

1,075

Tennessee State

930

*Higherthan UT Knoxville

TBRschoolsbasedon15 credit hourseach semester

Source– Tennessee Higher EducaKonCommission

student debt
StudentDebt

Lessthan $21,000

Average UT student debt (2012-13):

UT studentswith NOdebt: Average expenses:

51%

Lessthan $26,000/year

Mostscholarshipsexpire:

4 years

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We Remain a Great Value

§Great value

§Futureoftuitionincreases

§Financial burdenon our students

§Nettuitionislow

progr e ss
Progress

§1 stayed same – Met our goal

§8Metricsimproved

§1 decreased

§2MetricsTBD

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Freshman RetentionRate

1st to 2nd YearRetention Rate; 2002-2011 Freshmen CohortYears

88

86.2%

86

84.6%

84.5%

84.0%

83.8%

83.6%

84

81.7%

82

79.6%

80

78%

77.8%

78

76

74

72

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

freshman retention rate
Freshman RetentionRate

§Evengreatplayershave a coach

§We want all of our students to succeed and completetheirdegrees

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GraduationRates

Four,Fiveand SixYearGraduationRates

FallCohorts1999 - 2008

80%

68.0%

66.1%

63.2%

60.6%

60.5%

70%

59.8%

60.1%

57.8%

6.0%

4.6%

57.2%

4.7%

60%

4.7%

5.1%

5.3%

5.1%

4.7%

5.1%

50%

25.3%

25.8%

24.8%

24.3%

25.2%

24.2%

24.7%

23.7%

23.4%

40%

30%

20%

40.0%

39.0%

36.7%

35.7%

33.7%

31.2%

30.6%

30.6%

30.0%

29.4%

28.7%

10%

0%

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003 2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

FallCohortYears

Preliminary

FOUR-­‐YEAR

FIVE-­‐YEAR

SIX-­‐YEAR

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Graduates

2011-2012Academic Year

8000

6,744

7000

6000

2205

4,865

5000

4,094

3,720

954

4000

3,001

1370

3000

2,158

2,070

2047

826

1,880

1,499

4539

1,248

2000

3911

768

462

556

320

2724

540

132

2146

1000

1696

1673

1514

1312

1116

959

729

39

0

Bachelor's

Graduate/Professional

26

graduate degrees
GraduateDegrees

2500

2000

319

277

258

270

1500

PhD

1000

1835

1807

1726

1845

Masters and Professional

500

0

2010

2011

2012

2013

research scholarship
Research/Scholarship

§Governor’s Chairs

§NationalAcademyofScience

§NationalAcademyofEngineering

§Bredesen Center

§Centerfor theHumanities

§Anderson Center

for Entrepreneurship

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Faculty

Average AssistantProfessorSalary; Fall2012

$100

AspiraKon

Target

Peer

$95

$90

$85

$80

$75

$70

$65

$60

$55

$50

$73

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Faculty

Average Associate ProfessorSalary, Fall2012

$120

AspiraKon

Target

Peer

$110

UTK

up 1 position

since 2011

$100

$90

$80

$70

$60

$50

$86

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Faculty

Average FullProfessorSalary, Fall2012

$190

AspiraKon

Target

Peer

$170

UTK up 1 position since 2011

$150

$130

$110

$90

$70

$50

$121

faculty and staff
Facultyand Staff

§Raisessince2011 –16% compounded (5%peryear)

§$52M in salariessince2011

§Permanent fundingstays withincollege

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faculty and staff acco m pl i sh m ents
Facultyand StaffAccomplishments

§Endowed37chairs, professorships,and faculty awards

§Implementedcareerpathsfor lecturers

§Completeda benchmarking compensationstudy

§Performance-basedmeritpay

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Top25InfrastructureProgress

Projectsunderway üStudentUnion üStrongHall üResidenceHall üLandscape Master Plan

Recently completed

üNatalie Haslam MusicCenter

üJohn D. Tickle EngineeringBuilding

üHumanitiesand Social Sciences

üGreveHall

üBrehm Animal Science

and FoodScienceBuildings

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to p 2 5 inv e s t m e n ts
Top25Investments
  • §$10.4Minvestedin thepast3 years
  • StrategicInstructional Fund
  • Research
  • Relievebottleneckcourses
  • FacultyHires
  • Developmentand Alumni
  • Advising
  • FirstYearand Transition Programs

–ViceChancellorfor Diversity

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civility diversity citizenship
Civility/Diversity/Citizenship

§Core value

§Everyone’s responsibility

§Criticaltoachieving excellence

§ViceChancellorfor Diversity

fy 2013 14 budget
FY2013-14Budget

§$6.9M formula phase-in

§$7.4M appropriationimprovements

§$3.0M Collegeof Engineering

§$1.2M fringe benefit funding

§$2.6M1.5%salaryincrease(55%)

$21.1M proposed funding

§$24M steam plant

§$6M deferred maintenance

§$20 million ($5m/year x 4 years) for

a successful NSF Super Computer Proposal

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FY2012-13ProposedUsesofRevenues

FY2013-­‐14 Budget

Inmillions

Fixedcosts,key iniKaKves,andstrategic investments

Salaryplan

$11.9

CollegeofEngineering

$ 3.0

Systems charge increase/ recalibraKon

$ 1.9

Hires /promoKons/ladders

$ 1.1

Facultystartupcommitments

$ 0.8

ContractescalaKons&new buildingcosts

$ 1.4

Scholarshipcommitments

$ 4.7

Top25/academic reinvestments

$ 4.3

Benefits + Grad HealthInsurance

$ 1.6

Waivers /Summer /DE/Shares

$ 6.0

finances
Finances

§Why are budgetstight?

–Tuition increasesalsocostusmore money

–Raises$52M

–Construction/Renovation

–StrategicTop 25 investments

–MissedUGenrollmentprojectionlastyear

–GraduateFellowships($12M)

plan going forward
Plan GoingForward

§Tuition primary revenuesource

§15-4 isbeingimplemented

§UG Enrollment goal=21,500, Fall 2014

§Creativeproposalstothestate

plan going forward1
Plan GoingForward

§Howcan webemore confidentin year-to-

yearfunding?

§Why isathleticfundingmodelchanging?

challenges1
Challenges

§Board ofTrustees–What dofacultydo?

Howmuchdotheyteach?

§What istheroleofhighereducation?

§Howcan thecostofa degreebereduced?

–Increaseproductivity?Cutcosts?

§Politicalchallenges…

future
Future

§We have setour vision

§We have madesignificantprogress

§ButI needyourcontinuingadvice, support,and help

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