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1
Just the Facts, Please
  • Faculty Retreat 2011

2
We are Gods People
  • and we must hear the call as the chosen ones
  • Psalm 95 6-7
  • Deuteronomy 76
  • Psalm 1003
  • Zechariah 125
  • 1 Peter 29

3
We are Gods People
  • Psalm 956-7 (ESV)
  • Oh come, let us worship and bow down  let us
    kneel before the LORD, our Maker!For he is our
    God,   and we are the people of his
    pasture,   and the sheep of his hand.

4
We are Gods People
  • 1 Peter 29 (ESV)
  • But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a
    holy nation, a people for his own possession,
    that you may proclaim the excellencies of him who
    called you out of darkness into his marvelous
    light.

5
  • Higher education has changed profoundly over the
    last 30 years due to a variety of factors
  • The latest rhetoric calls upon us to change the
    DNA of Higher Education from the Inside Out
  • The landscape of higher education will soon
    witness dramatic change as technology coupled
    with new business models provides customized
    education to more people at lower cost. For
    unprepared institutions, the winds of change may
    be disruptive (see Christensen and Eyrings,
    The Innovative University).

6
Essential Questions
  • Who are we at CSP?
  • Who do we want to be at CU?

7
A number of ways to look at this who are we?
  • Our public documents/descriptions/PR stuff
  • Our Synod and our Governing Board
  • Our Presidents
  • Our Initiatives, Actions, and Progress
  • Our Student Profiles and Comparisons
  • Our Faculty Profile
  • Our Financial Benchmarks
  • Our Facilities

8
Mission
  • The mission of Concordia University, Saint Paul,
    a university of the Lutheran Church Missouri
    Synod, is to prepare students for 1. thoughtful
    and informed living, 2. for dedicated service to
    God and humanity, and 3. for enlightened care of
    Gods creation, 4. all within the context of the
    Christian Gospel.

9
Vision
  • The vision of Concordia University is to be
  • an exemplary Christian university
  • an educational community where the Good News of
    the Christian faith provides the context for
    intellectual inquiry and committed service to
    society

10
In all its programs and practices, Concordia
University values
  • High academic quality
  • A dynamic Christian spiritual experience with a
    clear expression of Christian vocation
  • Access to opportunity for excellence

11
values
  • A diverse, student-centered community that lives
    in the spirit of Christian harmony.
  • An education that includes experiential learning
    through innovative partnerships and engagement
    with the community.
  • Exploration of the relationship of human learning
    to the Christian faith.

12
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is different place than a traditional
    Liberal Arts college
  • rather a professional university grounded in the
    liberal arts and with significant graduate
    programs

13
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • Carnegie Foundation classification
  • Private, not-for-profit
  • 4-year or above
  • Professions focus, some graduate coexistence
  • Masters College and Universities (larger)

14
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is comprised of 4 colleges and 2 schools
  • CAS, CBOL, COE, CVM
  • School of Graduate Studies
  • School of Continuing Studies

15
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is called to ministry and service
  • and a faculty that is called to ministry and
    service to God and humanity

16
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that has changed in its 118 years
  • from German gymnasium to church work
    institution to comprehensive and diverse Lutheran
    Christian university
  • that will likely continue to change

17
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that offers coursework face to face, online, in a
    blended manner, and sometimes at remote locations
    throughout Minnesota
  • that has a global reach with online programs

18
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is a member of the Concordia University
    System (CUS)
  • that is a member of the Minnesota Private College
    Council (MPCC)

19
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that has had 8 previous presidents
  • Buenger, Graebner, Poehler, Stoegemoeller, Hyatt,
    Harre, Johnson, Holst
  • that is now privileged to have President Tom Ries

20
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is fully accredited by the Higher Learning
    Commission and is a member of the North Central
    Association of Colleges and Schools (HLC and NCA)
  • since 1967 and through 2018

21
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that has all academic programs approved by the
    Minnesota Office of Higher Education (MHE)

22
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • with its BBA programs accredited by the
    Accreditation Council for Business Schools and
    Programs (ACBSP)
  • since 2004 and through 2014
  • with its FLE programs accredited by the National
    Council of Family Relations (NCFR)
  • since 2000 and through 2014

23
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • with its teacher education programs (initial and
    advanced/graduate) approved by the MN Dept. of
    Educ.
  • and fully accredited by the National Council for
    Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)
  • since 1969 and through 2015

24
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
    that is struggling but making progress to
    discern its place in Christian higher education
  • whose light is not dying (Burtchaell)
  • who is maintaining quality with soul (Benne)
  • that is unique and important and situated

25
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that has 4 distinct pools of students
  • traditional undergraduates
  • PSEO students (on campus and off campus)
  • degree completion undergraduates
  • graduate students

26
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that has students existing somewhere on a
    continuum
  • church work students
  • students looking for a Lutheran or Christian
    higher education experience
  • students attending CSP for a solely academic
    reason

27
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is continually seeking to further develop
    its worshipping community and a vibrant spiritual
    life among faculty, staff, and students

28
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is working to fully address newer federal
    regulations related to higher education e.g.,
  • financial aid and calendars
  • student engaged or learning time
  • graduation rates
  • student indebtedness and gainful employment
  • last date of attendance records

29
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is right now, financially stable but still
    financially fragile and currently operates in a
    lean manner
  • model of students first, then faculty

30
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that offers the following academic programs
  • 53 undergraduate majors
  • some in both traditional UG program and in degree
    completion UG programs
  • 35 minors
  • 17 graduate programs

31
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that has a diverse student body
  • that has a one-third of its trad. UG students in
    an athletic program and they are quite
    successful (D II)
  • that has as an emphasis among its faculty on the
    scholarship of teaching

32
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that offers church work programs some unique
    but looking for ways to grow enrollment and keep
    the curriculum focused on the needs of the Church
  • that is re-energizing its general education
    focus and curriculum
  • that is creating a culture of assessment
    related to student learning outcomes

33
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that has a CVM faculty that is of the highest
    quality in the Concordia University System
  • that has a successful graduate program in Strat.
    Comm. Management - now all 4 colleges have
    graduate programs
  • that has fine arts programs that are strong and
    on the verge

34
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is in transition from a long-term Presidency
    to a new era
  • that has a new VP for Advancement
  • that has dedicated on campus spaces to art,
    music, science, theatre, and athletics

35
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is building and improving its facilities and
    infrastructure
  • that continues to have a teacher education
    program of strength

36
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that has well developed, growing, and
    innovative business programs
  • that has seen wonderful growth in its business
    graduate programs (MBA, MBA/HCM, MLM, conversion
    process)
  • this has been no small accomplishment
  • foreign study options as well

37
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that has a wonderful and gifted faculty that
    publishes, does research and presentations, and
    provides quality service in a variety of venues
  • that has a unique, innovative, and well-run
    School of Continuing Studies focused on
    graduating students

38
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is answering the call for new programs in
    the health sciences
  • that sponsors a bioscience rsch institute
  • that is developing a cadaver laboratory
  • that continues to have strong social and
    behavioral sciences programs (psychology) and has
    a burgeoning criminal justice program

39
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is looking for opportunities to develop
    mathematics as a destination program applied
    and teaching social emphasis
  • that is developing partnerships with community
    and technical colleges to assist students in
    earning an undergraduate degree

40
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is using a center concept for various
    endeavors old and new
  • Hoffman Institute
  • Center for Hmong Studies
  • SEAT and the Hmong Culture and Language Program
  • Service learning, global studies, and leadership
    development (CALL)

41
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that has a department of English and ML trying
    new ways to attract students (emphasis areas and
    publishing opps)
  • that is trying to take advantage of its prime
    location in the Twin Cities History and
    Political Science

42
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is outsourcing functions where it makes
    sense to do so including recruitment of graduate
    and now online students not working in the
    field
  • that is moving forward with plans to remove some
    barriers related to student enrollment in online
    programs

43
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is at the forefront of educational
    technology (laptops, Blackboard, WebX)
  • that authorizes 9 charter schools and has a
    Child Care Center providing unique opportunities
    for teacher education students

44
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that is developing graduate programs in new areas
    (Arts and Sciences, Business, and Education)
  • that is capitalizing on the real learning that
    comes through internships continuing and new
    (e.g., history)

45
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • with a diverse student body
  • Tr DC G T
  • of color () 30 19 18 24
  • African American 12 8 8 10
  • Asian/Pac.Islander 11 7 5 8
  • Hispanic 2 2 2 2
  • Multiethnic 4 2 2 3

46
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • with a diverse student body
  • Christian denomination
  • LCMS () 27 trad. 18 tot.
  • Other Luth. () 18 23
  • Other Prot. () 10 14
  • Roman Cath. () 14 16

47
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that desires to have its students Prepare to
    Succeed
  • that has a small campus and a big mission
  • that has something called the Concordia
    Advantage
  • and does it all in the context of the Christian
    Gospel

48
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that has a lower than desired retention rate
    (from freshman to sophomore year)
  • that has a lower than desired graduation rate
    (4-yr, 5-yr, 6-yr) in undergraduate programs
    both traditional and cohort programs
  • that desires to fix both of these

49
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that has a tuition/RB structure that is low for
    MN and high for the CUS
  • that has students with too much debt
  • that has an endowment lower than we would like or
    than we need
  • that has an unfunded discount rate higher than
    we wish to have

50
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that desires to make continuous improvement in
    all of these areas as God blesses us
  • that prepares students for thoughtful and
    informed livingall in the context of the
    Christian Gospel

51
Grant Funded Programs
  • SEAT program (Baas)
  • Food Retail Marketing and Management program
    (Kudelka)
  • Center for Inclusive Child Care (Croft)

52
A comprehensive Lutheran Christian university
  • that

53
Endowment Fund not so bad?CUS - value of
investments in millions (2010)
  • Mequon 43
  • Seward 32
  • St. Paul 21
  • Chicago
  • 14
  • Austin
  • 12
  • Irvine
  • 11

54
Endowment Fund not quite so good?
  • MPCC (2007)
  • 2 in the 500 million range
  • 2 in the 275 to 300 million range
  • 5 in 60 to 125 million range
  • 8 in the 25 to 59 million range

55
Enrollment Trend
  • fall 2000 fall 2010
  • Univ. HC 1930 2842
  • Univ. FTE 1793 2600
  • Trad. UG FTE 930 1003
  • Cohort UG FTE 576 595
  • Grad. FTE 287 1063

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Undergraduate Completers
  • last five years

57
Graduate Completers
  • last five years

58
Comparative EnrollmentFall 2010 (FTE)
  • UG Graduate Total
  • Augsburg 2893 757 3650
    Bethel 3146 741 3887
  • St. Scholastica 2725 872 3597
  • CSP 1553 1057 2610
  • Hamline 1909 1976 3885
  • St. Catherine 3338 1261 4599
  • St. Marys 1705 1940 3645

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Comparative Graduates2008/09
  • UG Masters Adv.
  • Augsburg 575 262 0
  • Bethel 897 388 10
  • St. Scholastica 670 160 58
  • CSP 424 271 0
  • Hamline 451 403 246
  • St. Catherine 562 376 38
  • St. Marys 437 1176 27

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Faculty Profile 2011


  • 11 10 09 08
    07
  • Fulltime T or TT 59 60 62 70 73
  • Fulltime Term (tch) 23 25 25 30 27
  • TOTAL 82 85 87 100 100

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Faculty Profile 2011


  • 11 10 09 08
    07
  • Terminal deg. () 86 85 81 81 81
  • Tenured () 49 55 52 59 59
  • Female () 41 43 45 42 42

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Faculty Profile 2011


  • 11 10 09 08
    07
  • Lutheran () 73 72 69 72 77
  • Roman Catholic () 14 15 18 14 15
  • Christian, other () 14 13 13 14 8

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Faculty Profile 2011


  • 11 10 09 08
    07
  • Professor () 46 48 45 47 45
  • Associate () 15 15 15 17 22
  • Assistant () 25 23 26 20 18
  • Instructor () 14 13 15 16 15

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Graduate Programs
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Program CBOL COE CAS CVM
Master of Business Administration        
MBA - Health Care Management emphasis        
Christian Outreach Leadership        
Criminal Justice Leadership        
Education - Differentiated Instruction        
Education - Early Childhood Education        
Education - Classroom Instruction        
Education - Classroom Instructionw/ K-12 Reading Endorsement        
Education - Educational Leadership        
Education - Educational Technology        
Family Life Education        
Leadership and Management        
Human Resource Management        
Sport Management        
Strategic Communication Management        
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  • Second Level
  • Third Level
  • Fourth Level

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Future Graduate Programs Short Term (2-3
years)
Strategic Initiatives Graduate Health Sciences Business
MA-Teaching      
MA-SPED      
MA-Healthcare and Gerontology      
Ed.S.      
Ed.D.      
DPT      
DBA      
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Future Graduate Programs Long Term (3-5years)
Strategic Initiative Graduate Health Sciences Business
MS ?      
MA ?      
MFA ?      
Others ?      
)
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Graduate Initiatives
  • Quality assurance in the graduate programs how
    do we know?
  • Internal and external new program approval
    process.
  • Enrollment goal 2016 2000
  • On-campus
  • Online hybrid
  • Remote location
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