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  1. Formula Recommendations2010-2011 Biennium Coordinating Board Meeting April 24, 2008

  2. Appropriations are made directly to institutions • Suggestions & recommendations from regents, trustees & Coordinating Board Texas Legislature • Institutions THECB 4/2008

  3. The formulas are used for allocating funds rather than budgeting funds • Formulas equitably allocate available funds among institutions • Appropriations are made on a “lump-sum” basis, rather than by line item • Except for a few items like debt service and benefit pay, institutions may spend their appropriated funds for any legal purpose without regard to the method by which the amount of funding was generated. THECB 4/2008

  4. Students are paying a larger share of the cost of education FY 2003 FY 2007 24% 26% 34% 40% 14% 13% 27% 22% State Students Institutions Federal Gov THECB 4/2008

  5. State support is below national average THECB 4/2008 Source: State Higher Education Executive Officers

  6. Community and Technical Colleges

  7. Community and Technical College Formula Advisory CommitteeRecommendations • Fund the formula at 100% of the median cost level less tuition and fees collected – based on attempted contact hours • Provide for a 10% premium in the critical fields • Provide for a 10% premium on developmental education • Provide funding for alternative teacher certification programs through the formula • Provide small institution supplement funding THECB 4/2008

  8. Community and Technical College Strategic Planning Recommendations • Fund the formula at 100% of the median cost level less tuition and fees collected – phase-in completed contact hours over 4 years. • Provide performance based funding • Provide trusteed funding for alternative teacher certification programs • Provide small institution supplement funding • Provide trusteed dramatic growth funding THECB 4/2008

  9. Developmental Education • Colleges are only funded on course-based developmental education. • Non course-based activities not state funded include: • Tutoring • Mentoring • Learning labs THECB 4/2008

  10. 2-Year FTIC Students by College Readiness Status and AgeFall 2003 10,850 23,067 2,615 6,839 % of FTIC Students 4,672 46,023 9,877 4,826 THECB 4/2008

  11. Percentage of FTIC Developmental Education Students Completing the First College-Level Course Fall 2003 THECB 4/2008

  12. Developmental Education Plan • Invite experts from around the country to participate in a retreat regarding successful developmental education programs – Summer 2008 • Fund pilot projects and expand current small scale programs that are showing positive results. THECB 4/2008

  13. Community and Technical Colleges(General Revenue Increase over 2008-2009 biennium) THECB 4/2008

  14. Summary of Commissioner’s Community and Technical College Recommendations • Proposal Biennial Total: $2.57Billion • Overall increase from 2008-2009 biennium: $777.3 Million • Change from 2008-2009 biennium: 42 percent THECB 4/2008

  15. General Academic Institutions

  16. Increased costs are being paid by students instead of general revenue NOTE: In Constant Dollars, CPI-U THECB 4/2008

  17. Special Items and Debt Service funding is taking a larger piece of the appropriations 2002-03 2008-09 Special Item TRB Debt Srv Formula THECB 4/2008

  18. University Committee RecommendationsInstruction and Operations Formula • Significantly increase base formula funding - phase-in of 95% attempted credit hours and 5% completed credit hours • Provide performance funding for all levels with slight weights for critical fields and at-risk undergraduate students • Increase funding of infrastructure to cover actual costs for educational and general space • Use a three-year average phase-in for the small institution supplement funding starting at 5,000 to 7,500 THECB 4/2008

  19. University Strategic Planning Committee Recommendations • Significantly increase base formula funding – phase-in on completed credit hours over 4 years. • Provide performance funding for all levels • Increase funding of infrastructure to cover actual costs for educational and general space • Use a three-year average phase-out for the small institution supplement funding between 4,000 and 6,000 THECB 4/2008

  20. Strategic Planning Committee Recommendations – Universities (Increase over 2008-2009 biennium) Recommendation Comparison(Increase from 2006-2007 biennium) THECB 4/2008

  21. Summary of Strategic Planning Committee’s Recommendations – Universities Recommended Biennial Total: $4.8 Billion Overall change from 2008-2009 biennium: $ 720.2 Million Change from 2008-2009 biennium: 17.8 percent THECB 4/2008

  22. Health-Related Institutions

  23. Health-Related Institutions Committee Recommendations • Increase by one half of the difference between 2008-09 and the 2000-01 biennium funding levels • Next biennium return to the 2000-01 funding levels • Increase funding for Research Enhancement: • increasing the percentage from 1.7% to 2.19% of research expenditures THECB 4/2008

  24. HRI Committee Recommendations, cont’d • Increase rate of funding for the infrastructure formula to half way back to FY 2000-01 levels • Provide support for existing off campus sites that currently do not receive funding and meet the requirements adopted last biennium THECB 4/2008

  25. Health-Related Institutions Committee Recommendations, cont’d • Restore funding to half of the difference between the FY 2000-01 levels for MD Anderson and UT Health Center at Tyler • No recommendation specified for the Graduate Medical Education formula THECB 4/2008

  26. Strategic Planning Committee’s Recommendations – Health-Related Institutions (Increase over 2008-2009 biennium) Recommendation Comparison(Increase from 2006-2007 biennium) THECB 4/2008

  27. Summary of Strategic Planning Committee’s Recommendations – Health-Related Institutions Recommended Biennial Total: $1.62 Billion Overall change from 2008-2009 biennium: $ 112.4 Million Change from 2008-2009 biennium: 7.4 percent THECB 4/2008

  28. Summary of Strategic Planning Committee Recommendations Recommended Biennial Total: $9 Billion Overall change from 2008-2009 biennium: $ 1.6 Billion Change from 2008-2009 biennium: 22 percent THECB 4/2008