Update and Progress Report on Higher Education Joint
Update and Progress Report on Higher Education Joint Meeting of House and Senate Education Committees January 22, 2014 Board of Regents Nine Member Board Appointed by the Governor and Confirmed by the Senate Current Board Members
Shane Bangerter Dodge City, 2013 Ann Brandau-Murguia Kansas City, 2013 Mildred Edwards Wichita, 2010 Tim Emert Independence, 2010 Fred Logan (Chair) Leawood, 2011 Ed McKechnie Arcadia, 2010 Robba Moran Hays, 2011 Helen Van Etten Topeka, 2013 Kenny Wilk (Vice-Chair) Lansing, 2011 Board of Regents Responsibilities
Govern six state universities and Coordinate 32 public institutions 6 State Universities and 1 Municipal University 19 Community Colleges 6 Technical Colleges Administer State Student Financial Aid Adult Education Programs GED Career Technical Education Programs Kan-ed Distance Learning Program Regulate Private & Out-of-State Institutions Student Enrollment in Kansas Public Higher Education (Fall Headcount) 200,000
200,000 120,000 Full-time Equivalency Total Number of Students System Wide, Public '04-'05 '05-'06 '06-'07 '07-'08 '08-'09 '09-'10 '10-'11 '11-'12 '12-'13 Source: KHEDS Academic Year Collection 5 State Appropriations for Higher Education $900
In Millions $800 $700 $600 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $ 2007 2008 2009 2010
2011 2012 2013 2014 Source: Governor's Budget Office 2012 Educational Debt Public University Graduates 100% $33,000 90% $31,000
20% $17,000 10% 0% $15,000 Kansas Colorado Oklahoma Missouri Nebraska Nation Percent of graduates with debt 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 Average debt of graduates
Source: College InSight 2014 Legislative Issues Authority To Enter A MHEC Interstate Reciprocity Agreement for Online Education Authority to Participate in MHEC Property Insurance Program
Authority to Utilize Education Building Fund for Short Term Debt Service Proposal to Streamline Procurement Process for Architectural and Engineering Services Resolution in Support of Board Regents Strategic Plan Carryover Bill - ESU Apartment Sale and Land Exchange KU/KU Endowment (HB 2396) 9 Foresight 2020 KBOR Strategic Goals Increase higher education attainment 60%
percent of adult population with a postsecondary certificate/credential, associate, or bachelor degree by 2020 Improve alignment of higher education with needs of the economy Ensure state university excellence 10 Board Initiatives to Advance Foresight 2020
Accelerating Opportunities for Kansans Retention and Graduation Rates Focus on Numbers of Graduates Attract Adults Near Completion Transfer and Articulation Increased Emphasis on Technical Education Collaboration with Commerce and Labor Focus on University Research 11 Number of adult education participants and percentage of participants transitioning Enrollment in Adult Education Programs Adult Education Students Transitioning to Postsecondary Within Three Years Trend Reversed: the number of Kansans enrolled in adult education is the highest it has been since 2004, due to the introduction of
enrollment targets, updated performance-based funding policies, and a new vision focused on college and career readiness. Retention Rates Graduation Rates Higher Education in Kansas 32 public higher education institutions In 2013, 258,934 students enrolled Awarded 42,130 degrees (AY2013)
10,595 certificates system wide 9,283 associate degrees system wide 15,970 bachelors degrees 4,934 masters degrees 1,348 doctoral degrees Source: KHEDS AY2013 Number of certificates and degrees awarded In AY2013, the Kansas postsecondary system awarded 42,130 credentials putting the state above goal projections which outline the number that will need to be awarded annually to increase to 60 percent the number of Kansas adults who have a certificate, associate or bachelors degree by 2020. AY2013 Certificate and Degree Production Attainment Model Pathway Number of adults returning to college to complete a certificate or degree
Adults with Some College Credit but No Degree Returning Improvement: While there was a decrease in AY2013, there has been a 37.4 percent increase since AY2010 in this student population at the state universities, a 47.5 percent increase at the technical colleges, and a 10.8 percent increase at the community colleges. University Engineering Initiative Act Goal: increase the combined number of engineering graduates at the three research universities to 1,365 annually by 2021 (from a baseline of 875 in 2008). 19% increase in engineering enrollments (since 2008)
$15M in scholarships for engineering students (AY2013) Last year, there were a total of 1,017 engineering graduates: Kansas State University: 471 University of Kansas: 338 Wichita State University: 208 Kansas Nursing Initiative Goal: Established in 2006, the higher education system was charged with increasing the number of nursing students by 250 per year The states nursing programs now admit a combined annual average of 437 additional students, surpassing
the Legislatures intended goal by 75 percent. Improvements to facilities has resulted in a strong nursing education infrastructure: 218 new full-time faculty and 217 new part-time faculty 27 new human patient simulators Percent of graduates employed in Kansas and Average wages earned by graduates Research conducted Donna Ginther, Professor of Economics and the Director of the Center for Science Technology & Economic Policy at the Institute for Policy & Social Research at the University of Kansas, links Kansas postsecondary data with current labor data, provided by the Kansas Department of Labor. Increase in proportion of federal research dollars awarded
Federal Research & Development Dollars Awarded, Percent of Total, and Percent Rate of Change Study of Freshmen Admitted As Exceptions To Qualified Admissions Retention Rates of Those Meeting QA 2010 to 2011 = 6072 of 7609 (80%) Resident 1422 of 1851 (77%) Non-Res 2011 to 2012 = 6124 of 7647 (80%) Resident 1439 of 1871 (77%) Non-Res 2012 to 2013 = 6403 of 8019 (80%) Resident
1517 of 2015 (75%) Non-Res 22 Study of Freshmen Admitted As Exceptions To Qualified Admissions Retention Rates of Exceptions to QA 2010 to 2011 = 256 of 457 (56%) Resident 2011 to 2012 = 226 of 447 (51%) Resident 2012 to 2013 = 271 of 488 (56%) Resident 148 of 259 (57%) Non-Res 23
Study of Transfers Admitted As Exceptions To Qualified Admissions Retention Rates of Transfers Who Met QA 2011 to 2012 = 4469 of 6186 (72%) Resident 2368 of 2937 (81%) Non-Res 2012 to 2013 = 4470 of 5900 (76%) Resident 2150 of 2743 (78%) Non-Res 24 Study of Transfers Admitted As Exceptions To Qualified Admissions
Retention Rates of Transfer Exceptions 2011 to 2012 = 305 of 573 (53%) Resident 150 of 257 (58%) Non-Res 2012 to 2013 = 346 of 632 (55%) Resident 175 of 298 (59%) Non-Res 25 Study of Students Admitted As Exceptions To Qualified Admissions Graduation Rates of Those Meeting QA
2011 (2005) = 4790 of 8150 (59%) Resident 2012 (2006) = 4661 of 8148 (57%) Resident 2013 (2007) = 4851 of 8195 (59%) Resident Graduation Rates of Exceptions 2011 (2005) = 116 of 462 (25%) Resident 2012 (2006) = 108 of 515 (21%) Resident 2013 (2007) = 131 of 497 (26%) Resident 26
Study of Students Admitted As Exceptions To Qualified Admissions Credit Hours Passed in AY 13 Freshmen Meeting QA = 91% Freshmen Exceptions = 72% Transfer Meeting QA = 87% Transfer Exceptions = 71% 27
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