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School of Social Work Tuition & Aid Changes FY11-FY13. June 1, 2011. Why the Need to Review Tuition?. Changing picture of UW financing: Activity Based Budgeting Units have more direct responsibility for their revenues State of Washington budget cuts

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why the need to review tuition
Why the Need to Review Tuition?
  • Changing picture of UW financing: Activity Based Budgeting
    • Units have more direct responsibility for their revenues
  • State of Washington budget cuts
    • Unprecedented cuts to State resources over the past 3 fiscal years
the changing picture of abb
The changing picture of ABB
  • Activity Based Budgeting allocates permanent tuition dollars based on 4 primary factors:
    • Tier in which unit resides
    • Graduate waivers granted within set tier
    • Relationship of Student Credit Hours to Degree Majors in undergraduate tuition
    • Relationship of Student Credit Hours to Major Enrollments in graduate tuition
school of social work under abb
School of Social Work Under ABB
  • Data on SSW tuition (“Fees”) and tuition waivers (FY 10):

Gross operating fees: $3,193,253 (100%)

-37 waivers and central aid: $1,012,856 (32%)

Net operating fees generated: $2,180,856 (68%)

  • Hypothetically, the SSW should receive $.68 to every $1 of fees revenues generated.
  • HOWEVER: we currently receive only $.39 to every $1. This is because of the tuition tier in which we currently placed (Tier 1)
distribution of sch for ssw for fy11
Distribution of SCH for SSW for FY11
  • Item of Note: the % SCH (student credit hour) is the factor the UW uses to determine our share of the net tuition revenues
projected revenue disadvantage to ssw under abb if we remain in tier 1
Projected Revenue Disadvantage to SSW Under ABB if We Remain in Tier 1
  • Slide removed as other units also on sheet but SSW stands to lose close to $900k annually to other Tier 1 programs if it remains in Tier 1
  • Moving to a different rate and tier allows SSW to recapture those funds that can be used to benefit SSW students directly
  • Please contact Vicki Anderson-Ellis at vaellis@uw.edu for explanation if needed.
recommended tuition and aid strategy
Recommended Tuition and Aid Strategy
  • UW: Professional tuition rate increases must be “in step” with Regent-directed increases for UW Tiers (i.e., professional rates must be higher than Tier 3)
  • Strategy: move day MSW program from Tier 1 to Professional Rate Starting Academic Year 2011-2012; set rate slightly above Tier 3 rate.
    • All continuing MSW students to receive automatic tuition grant for tuition over and above Board of Regents upcoming Tier 1 rate
    • All incoming MSW students to receive automatic tuition grant for tuition over and above Board of Regents Tier 2 rate
  • Strategy: move PhD program to Tier 2 permanently
plan for moving to new tuition tier
Plan for Moving to New Tuition Tier
  • Use SSW bridge funding and portion of tuition revenues to offset tuition increases.
  • Academic Year 2011-2012
    • 2nd year MSW students: Gross tuition – SSW subsidy = “Net” tuition equal to Tier 1 tuition
    • 1st year MSW students: Gross tuition – SSW subsidy = “Net” tuition equal to Tier 2 tuition
  • Academic Year 2012-2013:
    • 2nd year MSW students: Gross tuition – SSW subsidy = “net” tuition equal to Tier 2 tuition
    • 1st year MSW students: Gross tuition – SSW subsidy = “net” tuition equal to Tier 3 tuition
  • Beyond:
    • Continue SSW subsidy program such that net tuition at our below Tier 3
net effect on students next year
Net Effect on Students Next Year
  • Increases predominately affect MSW Day State funded programs
  • Board of Regents proposed increase between 9%-11% ~ $1,000/year:
    • 2nd year MSW students (continuing + Advanced Standing) only pay this increase
    • Incoming 1st year students to pay an additional $500 (tied to tier 2)
    • SSW to absorb remaining increases
  • MSW EDP students per credit fee still tied to Tier 1
peer comparisons
Peer Comparisons
  • SSW currently has the lowest in state tuition of comparable Schools of Social Work nation wide; our plan will keep SSW tuition below that of our peers