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Title: NC State University Tuition Town Hall Meeting February 4


1
NC State UniversityTuition Town Hall
MeetingFebruary 4 5, 2002
2
Town Hall MeetingCampus-Initiated Tuition
Increase
  • Increasing Financial Aid at NC State
  • Building Academic Excellence

3
2001-02 Tuition Fees
Source Survey conducted by the University of
Virginia Institutional Assessment Studies, Fall
2001
4
Undergraduate Tuition and Fees History
5
Graduate Tuition and Fees History
6
Additional Scholarship/Grant Resources Available
for NC State Undergraduates from 2000-02
  • 4.7 Million - Campus-Initiated Tuition Revenues
    for Need-Based Financial Aid
  • 1.3 Million - UNC Need-Based Grant Funds
  • Additional revenues generated from the 128
    million received and pledged in the Campaign for
    NC State Students

7
NC State Trends
  • Compared to two years ago, this years levels of
    financial aid have
  • increased average grant support by 1,380 per
    undergraduate aid applicant
  • decreased average annual loan amount by 230 per
    undergraduate aid applicant

8
Percent of NC State Undergraduates with Unmet Need
Source Yearly Financial Aid Report to UNC-OP
9
Average Indebtedness of Graduating Seniors
Source US News World Reports College
Comparisons
10
Tuition and Access
  • The percentage of students from low-income
    counties who accepted an offer of admission
    increased from 55 to 62 between 1999 and 2001.

11
Building Academic Excellence
  • Class Size
  • Student-Faculty Ratio
  • Classes Taught by Full-Time Faculty

12
Percent of Classes with Fewer Than 20 Students
Source US News America's Best Colleges 2002
Rankings
13
Student-Faculty Ratio
Source US News America's Best Colleges 2002
Rankings
14
Undergraduate Instruction at NC Stateby Category
of Instructor
Source Semester enrollment files
15
Related Issues
  • Faculty Excellence
  • Access to Classes

16
Average Professor Salaries 2000-01 (in
Thousands)
Source AAUP annual salary survey
17
Faculty Salaries NC State vs. Peer Average
Source AAUP annual salary survey
18
Access to Classes
  • More than 40 of freshman-sophomore classes are
    full or over-enrolled.
  • About one-third of junior-senior classes are full
    or over-enrolled.

19
Campus-Initiated Tuition Increase
  • Need-based Financial Aid
  • Additional Faculty
  • Competitive Faculty Salaries

20
Undergraduate Tuition Fees
21
Graduate Tuition Fees
22
Tuition/Fees Appropriation per Student Headcount
Source Peer Comparisons per IPEDS reports,
Includes Medical/Veterinary Medicine data
23
State Budget Deficit
  • 322 million by December 31, 2001
  • 900 million projected by June 30, 2002

24
Effect of State Budget Deficit on NC State
  • 9.5 million permanent cut in state appropriation
    this year
  • 9.4 million one-time cut this year
  • 10.2 million renovation and repair funds on hold
    by State Budget Office

25
Amount Required to Move Salaries to 80 of Peers
26
Amount Required to Fully Fund All Instructional
Costs Plus Move Salaries to 80 of Peers
27
Campus-Initiated Tuition IncreaseFor 2002-03
400 All Students
  • In-state and Out-of-state Undergraduate
  • In-state and Out-of-state Graduate

28
  • NC State University
  • www.ncsu.edu/tuition
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