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Title: WinstonSalem State University


1
Winston-Salem State University
  • Alumni and Community Forum
  • May 13, 2009

2
University Highlights 2008-09
  • Student Success
  • College of Pharmacy, Howard University
  • School of Medicine, University of Louisville
  • Graduate School of Education, NYU
  • Masters/Ph.D., Northwestern University
  • MBA, University of Chicago
  • Schweitzer Award for Physical Therapy
  • MPA, Indiana University

May 13, 2009
2
3
University Highlights
  • Faculty Accomplishments
  • Fulbright Scholarship London, Physical Therapy
  • 9.3 Million in Sponsored Research (increase of
    50 over last year)
  • Programs and Initiatives
  • Real Men Teach Mentoring for Male Education
    Majors
  • New Program - Music Technology (Sound Recording)
  • Biomedical Research Infrastructure Center (BRIC)
  • Program Accreditations (Chemistry, Gerontology)
  • Total Number of Accredited Programs 16
  • Community Outreach through Centers

May 13, 2009
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4
Enrollment, Retention and Graduation Update
5
Ten Year Enrollment Growth
May 13, 2009
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6
Student ProfileNew Freshmen 2008
  • In-State (86.5)
  • African American (93)
  • Female (66)
  • age 18 (89)
  • 1000 SAT (Verbal Math) (11)
  • Ranked in the middle of their high school class
    (41)
  • Average High School GPA 2.92

6
May 13, 2009
7
Student ProfileTransfer Students
  • Numbers fluctuate but seem to be going up (558 in
    08 578 in 07 376 in 06)
  • Around 75 enroll as lower division
  • Around 40 come from community college
  • Around 25 come from UNC schools

7
May 13, 2009
8
Student ProfileAll Undergraduates
  • Over 2/3s female
  • 30 over the age of 25
  • Over 80 African American
  • Over 90 In-State
  • Majority from surrounding counties Charlotte
  • Around 88 Full-time

8
May 13, 2009
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Student Profile2007-2008 Graduating Seniors
  • African American (63)
  • Female (77)
  • Since 05-06, more graduates were transfer
    students than started at WSSU
  • Most were Nurses (44) followed by Business
    (10), Interdisciplinary Studies (6), Psychology
    (5), and Sociology (4).

9
May 13, 2009
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Fall 2009 Admissions
10
May 13, 2009
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African-American Student Matriculation
  • University of North Carolina System
  • In 1972, 83 of African-American students in the
    UNC system attended one of the 5 HBCUs
  • By 2007 the number had declined to 58
  • Retention and Graduation rates for
    African-American Students are higher at
    traditionally white institutions than HBCU
  • Profile of students attending HBCU has changed
  • Average SAT score declined

May 13, 2009
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African-American Students Retained in UNC
(First-Time Full-time)
May 13, 2009
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13
African-American Students Graduation Rates in UNC
(First-Time Full-time)
May 13, 2009
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14
Average ACT/SAT Scores for First-Time Freshmen by
Institution Type (Fall Cohort)
May 13, 2009
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WSSU Retention/Graduation Targets
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May 13, 2009
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Student ProfileNew Freshmen 2008
  • Approx. 60 of all new students placed in 1
    developmental course
  • Approx. 32 of all new students placed in 2
    developmental courses
  • Approx. 7 of all new students placed in 3
    developmental courses

17
What We Plan to Do
  • Expansion of University College
  • Interventions for Students in Academic Difficulty
  • All probationary students assigned a retention
    specialist in University College
  • Beyond Freshman Year (Academic Programs and
    University College)
  • Improved Academic Advising
  • Freshmen (University College for all under 30
    hours)
  • Beyond Freshman Year (Faculty Advisors are
    supported by professional UC advisors)
  • Academic Policies and Practices
  • Core and General Education Curriculum for
    Freshmen
  • Active Learning and Teaching in Freshmen Classes

17
May 13, 2009
18
Retention Plan
  • Creation of a Retention and Graduation Task Force
  • The development of a comprehensive program for
    student advising
  • The creation of a Language Arts Center (space
    renovation and programming)
  • The expansion of peer tutorial and supplemental
    instruction

May 13, 2009
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Budget Overview
20
Budget Overview
  • Current Fiscal Year (2 4 6 8)
  • Next Two Fiscal Years (3 5 7 10 14)
  • GA - Best Practice Group
  • Vertical Cuts vs. Across-the-Board Reductions
  • Governors Budget Implication on UNC System
  • Enrollment Growth Funded (220,000 Students)
  • Need Based Financial Aid Funded
  • UNC Budget Reduction (168 to 192 Million)
  • 92 of the Proposed Reductions will be Permanent
  • Universities Retain Some Flexibility in Managing
    Reduction

Each percentage () reduction is equivalent to
approximately 700,000.
21
Estimate of Gap between Revenues and
Continuation Budget Had Changed (FY 2009-10 in
millions)
Does not include 1,430.68 in federal stimulus
funds or 500M in tax adjustments.
University of North Carolina Source Fiscal
Research Division Presentation May 6,
2009
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Budget Principles
  • Protect and strengthen the core mission of the
    University with academic instruction remaining
    the highest priority.
  • Maintain institutional strategic priorities and
    UNC Tomorrow perspective versus an
    across-the-board resource reduction approach.
  • Retain flexibility to ensure optimal investment
    in core institutional programs and operations.
  • Protect essential student servicesretention,
    graduation, and safety are among our highest
    priorities.
  • Ensure effective stewardship of all available
    institutional resources through decision-making
    that reflects institutional core values.
  • Maintain a sense of community on campus and in
    the local community as difficult issues are
    addressed throughout the decision-making process.

23
Budget Reduction Process (Objective 10
Reduction)
  • Revenue Enhancements
  • Example Auxiliary Services Contracts
  • Non-Personnel Budget Reductions
  • Offset to Personnel Reductions
  • Vacant Positions
  • Retains Flexibility
  • Programmatic Changes
  • Vertical Cuts to Programs Services
  • Personnel Reductions
  • EPA Non-faculty SPA Personnel

24
Savings Agenda (1 Million To Date)
  • Contract Renegotiations (150K)
  • Cell Phone Reduction/New Service Plan(200K)
  • Eliminate Fall Commencement (37K)
  • Renegotiate Facilities Services (200K)
  • Campus Supply Standardization (75K)
  • Document Management (100K)
  • Media Relations In-sourcing (150K)

25
Athletics Update
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Factors Contributing To Athletics Shortfalls
  • Its A Revenue Problem
  • Low Athletic Fee
  • Lack Of Diversification
  • Fee Dependent
  • Size Too Few Students

27
The Athletics Program has never supported itself
during each of the transition years. The program
has relied on non-athletic funding and has
generated a budget deficit.
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Athletic Revenue By Source
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Athletic Financial Pro Forma to Division I
Certification
32
UNC Athletic Fee Comparison
33
Athletics Student Fee Operating Budget
Comparison (MEAC)
34
Options Reviewed for Additional Revenue
  • Fundraising (2.5 - 3.0 Million Annually)
  • Appearance Fee Revenue (Guarantees)
  • Restructure Contracts w/ City
  • Budget Reductions
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