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Title: EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY


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EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY
LEARNING
SERVING
GROWING
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Business Plan Learning, Serving, Growing
  • Includes growth goals, strategies and resources
    needed
  • Campus-wide input
  • Planned region-wide inputCommunity Blitz Oct.
    23-Nov. 13
  • Meetings in Manchester, Hazard, Corbin-London,
    Somerset, Lexington, Richmond-Berea, Danville,
    Lancaster
  • Input from superintendents and principals, state
    legislators, mayors, county judge-executives,
    community college presidents, private
    institutions, Chamber officials, media, EKU alumni

3
Business Plan
LEARNING
4
Challenges and Opportunities
  • EKU has nearly twice U.S. average
    first-generation students
  • Preparedness of incoming students
  • 55 under-prepared in 1 or more basic skills
    areas (46 statewide)
  • 30 under-prepared in all 3 basic skill areas
  • Currently 3,200 developmental enrollments in 140
    developmental courses
  • Number of under-prepared students will grow as
    enrollment grows

5
Education and Income
6
Earnings by Degree
7
Business Plan
SERVING
8
Service to Region
  • History
  • Working with K-12
  • Main supplier of educators, health care, law
    enforcement professionals
  • Economic development
  • Workforce Training
  • Current Examples
  • Regional Stewardship
  • EKU campuses in Corbin, Danville and Manchester
  • Lancaster Higher Education Center
  • Classes at Somerset Community College, Univ.
    Center of the Mountains
  • Center for Economic Development, Entrepreneurship
    Technology
  • Small Business Development Center
  • Eastern Kentucky Environmental Research Institute
  • Center for Appalachian Studies
  • AmeriCorps
  • Southeast/South Central Educational Cooperative

9
Our Primary Service Region
10
22-County Campus
  • The Concept
  • Center for Student Opportunity Advancement
    (Educational Extension Agents)
  • Representatives cover 1 or 2 counties each
  • Work with all EKU campuses, community/technical
    colleges, P-12
  • Reach students at younger age
  • Promote importance of education
  • Develop educational opportunities suited to LOCAL
    needs

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22-County Campus . . .
  • Strengthen partnerships with K-12 for
    identification, intervention
  • More specific consideration as to needs of
    non-traditional students
  • Focus on professional development as target means
    for addressing issues
  • Enhance University collaborations with business,
    industry, education and government.

12
Business Plan
GROWING
13
Kentuckys Challenge
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Bachelor Degree Production
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Three Questions
  • How does EKU propose to grow?
  • Enrollment, baccalaureate degrees
  • Growth strategies, initiatives
  • How will KY benefit from this growth?
  • How much funding is needed to attain this growth?

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Enrollment and Retention
Growth Strategies
  • Continued and strengthened focus on developmental
    education
  • Expand programs, services to better ensure
    student success
  • Advising
  • Tutoring
  • Mentoring
  • Counseling
  • Focus on professional development
  • Financial aid scholarship support
  • BEACON Program for service region (Bringing
    Educational Access to the Commonwealth and Our
    Nation)
  • Student debt load consideration
  • Reduction of need for student off-campus
    employment

17
Enrollment Projections
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Enrollment Projections By Source
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Growth Strategies
Enrollment and Retention . . .
  • Economize degree attainment
  • Review of hours needed to complete degree
    programs
  • Alternative curriculum delivery methods
  • Strengthen high school dual credit programs
  • Partner with P-12 to include identification of
    intervention strategies
  • Early Childhood Center
  • Full-time, part-time child care
  • Linked directly to EKU Early Childhood
    Development academic program

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GROWTH STRATEGIES . . .
  • Center for Student Opportunity Advancement
  • Educational Extension Agent concept
  • EKU Corbin, Danville and Manchester campuses
  • Expand program offerings
  • Focus on programs to meet area needs (e.g.
    nursing)
  • More specific focus on timing, curriculum
    offerings for adult, part-time students
  • KCTCS Partnerships Continue to promote current
    initiatives
  • Transfer Center
  • EKU admissions counselor based at BGCTC
  • Scholarships for qualifying KCTCS students
  • Increase in KCTCS numbers transferring to 4-year
    institutions

21
Capital Projects
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Capital Projects Learning and Growth
  • State Appropriation
  • Science Building, Phase II, 41 million
  • Business/Technology Center II, 3.5 million
  • College of Education Complex, 59 million
  • Aviation Facility, 5.6 million
  • Danville Postsecondary Education Center, 13.3
    million
  • Restricted Agency Funds 
  • Stratton Building Addition, 5 million
  • Library Studio for Academic Creativity, 2.25
    million
  • EKU Early Childhood Center, 3.284 million
  • Purchase of Property, 3 million

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Capital Projects Serving
  • State Appropriation
  • Renovate Student Health Center, 2.07 million
  • University Activity Center, Phase II 18.05
    million
  •  
  • Restricted Agency Funds 
  • Renovate Blanton House, 1.1 million
  • Renovate Watts Property, 2 million
  • Expand Indoor Tennis Facility, 1.1 million
  • Expand and Renovate Presnell Building, 2.2
    million
  • Baseball Complex, 2 million
  • Renovate Softball Complex, 1.5 million

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EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY
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