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STRUCTURAL UNEMPLOYMENT n  WHAT

IS STRUCTURAL UNEMPLOYMENT? Structural unemployment includes workers who cannot get jobs due to the lack of skills. n  HOW CAN ALBANY TECH HELP THESE VICTIMS OF STRUCTURAL UNEMPLOYMENT? We help them gain the skills necessary to go to work. ATC is part of the employment solution for our SDA!


ENROLLMENT BY SERVICE COUNTY •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  • 

Baker Calhoun Clay Colquitt* Crisp* Dougherty Lee Mitchell* Randolph Sumter* Terrell Worth*

53 106 24 37 36 3,756 581 295 125 85 263 266

*Denotes county outside ATC service delivery area


ENROLLMENT •  Fall Semester 2011: •  Spring Semester 2012: •  Summer Semester 2012: •  Fall Semester 2012: •  Spring Semester 2013: •  Summer Semester 2013: •  Fall Semester 2013:

4,726* 4,278 3,274 3,932 3,555 3,335 3,732**

* Record enrollment ** Does not reflect enrollment for Fall 2013 C-Term enrollment


ENROLLMENT SUMMARY Fall Semester 2013 Fall  12  

Fall  13  

Percent  Change  

Total  Enrollment  

3,935  

3,999  

1.6%  

Credit  Hours  

42,038  

43,327  

3.1%  

FTE  (Full  Time  Equivalent)  

2,802  

2,888  

3.1%  

Full  Time  Enrollment  

2,198  

2,385  

8.5%  

Part  Time  Enrollment  

1,737  

1,614  

-­‐7.1%  

Full  &  Part-­‐Time   Number   %  of  Total  

Gender  

Number   %  of  Total  

Full  Time  

2,385  

59.6%  

Male  

1,629  

40.7%  

Part  Time  

1,614  

40.4%  

Female  

2,370  

59.3%  

Total  Enrollment  

3,999  

Total  Enrollment  

3,999  


ENROLLMENT SUMMARY Fall Semester 2013 Age  Group  

Number   %  of  Total  

EducaAon  Level  

Number   %  of  Total  

Under  21  

797  

19.9%  

Less  than  12  

346  

8.7%  

21-­‐25  

943  

23.6%  

GED  

733  

18.3%  

26-­‐30  

567  

14.2%  

High  School  Diploma  

2,843  

71.1%  

31-­‐35  

476  

11.9%  

1  –  3  yrs.  Postsecondary  

31  

0.8%  

36-­‐40  

365  

9.1%  

Bachelor  Degree  

34  

0.9%  

Over  40  

851  

21.3%  

Greater  than  Bachelor  

12  

0.3%  

Total  Enrollment  

3,999  

Total  Enrollment  

3,999  


ENROLLMENT SUMMARY Fall Semester 2013 Race/Ethnicity  

Number   %  of  Total  

American  Indian  

4  

0.1%  

Asian  

4  

0.1%  

Black  

3,193  

79.8%  

Hispanic  

36  

0.9%  

NaXve  Hawaiian  

3  

0.1%  

Two  or  more  races  

26  

0.7%  

Unknown  

4  

0.1%  

729  

18.2%  

0  

0.0%  

White   Non-­‐Resident  Alien   Total  Enrollment  

3,999  


EDUCATIONAL SERVICES •  College credit programs •  Adult Education Services and Basic Skills •  Customized Training •  Continuing Education


GOALS:

OUTCOME BASED FUNDING Higher education funding in Georgia is based on: 1. Placement 2. Graduation 3. Gross Square Feet 4. Full Time Equivalents (FTE)


JOB PLACEMENT GOAL:

95%

Performance:

98.2%

GOAL:

87.5%

Performance:

79.9%

Note: Actual data as of Spring 2010 (final)


ATC CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER JULY 1, 2012 – JUNE 30, 2013 •  64 Workshops Held •  11 Employer Visits •  1,173 Students attended workshops •  1,812 Total Student visits (unduplicated) •  2 Career Fairs Held –  Over 50 Employers for spring and fall –  Over 900 Students for spring and fall


400  

350  

0   AccounXng   A/C   AutomoXve   Build.  Man.   BAT   Bus.  Logist.   Business  Mgt.   Carpentry   Cen.  Sterile   Civil  Eng.   Comm.  Truck   Computer.  Info   Constr.  Man   Cosmetology   Culinary  Arts   Design  &  Media   Dental  Asst.   Diesel  Tech.   Dra_.  Tech.   ECCE   Electronics   Electromech  Eng.   Envir.  HorX.   Fire  Science     Health  Info.   HRT   Industrial  Sys.   Law  Enforce.   Market  Man.   Masonry   Med.  Asst.   OperaXons  Mgt.   Para  medicine   Pharmacy  Tech.   PracXcal  Nur.   Plumbing   Radiology   Surgical   Telecomm.   Welding  

ATC CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER JULY 1, 2012 – JUNE 30, 2013 Total  Student  Visits  (unduplicated)   By  Program   1,812  

300  

250  

200  

150    Students  

100  

50  


TCSG WARRANTY FOR ALL GRADUATES The warranty guarantees that the graduate has demonstrated the knowledge and skills and can perform each competency as identified in the industry-validated Standard or Program Guide. Any program graduate who is determined to lack such competence shall be retrained at no cost to the employer or the graduate for tuition or instructional fees. A claim against the warranty may be filed by either an employer in conjunction with a graduate or a graduate if the individual is unable to perform one or more of the competencies contained in the industry-validated Standard or Program Guide, including failure to pass a State of Georgia required licensing examination. This warranty is applicable only to graduates of a technical certificate of credit, diploma, or degree program who entered the program subsequent to the mandated standards implementation date. The warranty shall remain in effect for two years immediately following the date of graduation and shall be honored by any Technical College that offers the program from which the individual graduated.


WORK ETHICS GRADE FOR ALL GRADUATES n Work

ethics are evaluated in the introductory and capstone courses for each program. n  Designed to evaluate and encourage good work habits. n  Performance factors and indicators include, but aren’t limited to: §  Quality of work §  Attendance and punctuality §  Ability to follow instructions §  Attitude §  Productivity §  Integrity §  Dependability §  Enthusiasm §  Honesty §  Interpersonal skills §  Reliability §  Initiative

 


GRADUATION AND PLACEMENT YEAR  

UNDUPLICATED   GRADUATES  

TCSG   RANKING  

STATUS   UNKNOWN  

PLACED  IN   FIELD  

PLACED  

2013  

1,724  

Second  

43  

88.2%  

98.2%  

2012  

1,753  

First  

0  

88.5%  

98.2%  

2011  

2,036  

First  

0  

94.8%  

99.5%  

2010  

1,663  

Second  

0  

90.5%  

98.6%  


AWARDS COMPARISON Albany Tech Compared to SWGA Technical Colleges and TCSG YEAR  

COLLEGE   AWARDS  

PERCENT   PERCENT   SWGA   PERCENT   SW   ALL   TCSG   OF  SW  GA   OF  TCSG   AWARDS   OF  TCSG   AVERAGE   GRADS     AVERAGE  

2013  

2,842  

39%  

7%  

7,313  

18%  

1,213  

40,351  

*1,553  

2012  

3,815  

38%  

8%  

10,034  

20%  

*1,938  

50,358  

*1,672  

2011  

3,425  

36%  

7%  

9,455  

19%  

*1,894  

49,599  

*1,723  

2010  

2,555  

36%  

6%  

7,026  

16%  

*1,171  

42,865  

*1,225  


GRADUATION GOAL:

60%

Performance:

55.1%

GOAL:

56.2%

Performance:

57.3%

Note: Actual data as of 7/2/2013 (not final)


RETENTION

GOAL:

70%

Performance:

54.9%

GOAL:

64%

Performance:

57.8%

Note: Actual data as of 7/2/2013 (not final)


ALBANY TECH RETENTION Albany Technical College retained 72 percent of spring semester students that did not graduate in the summer term!


FULL-TIME EQUIVALENTS (FTE) GOAL:

4,200

Performance:

3,783

GOAL:

81,027

Performance:

77,311

Note: Does not include adult education and contract trainingvď ś Actual data as of 7/2/2013 (not final)


HIGH SCHOOL ENROLLMENT GOAL:

50 students

Performance:

90 students

GOAL:

5,700 students

Performance:

7,103 students

Note: Actual data as of 7/2/2013 (not final)


ADULT EDUCATION

ADULT EDUCATION


ADULT EDUCATION ENROLLMENT GOAL:

1,700 students

Performance:

1,432 students

GOAL:

51,836 students

Performance:

45,941 students


ADULT EDUCATION LEVEL COMPLETION

GOAL:

760 students

Performance:

781 students

GOAL:

20,528 students

Performance:

21,958 students


GED GRADUATES GOAL:

500 students

Performance:

402 students

GOAL:

16,035 students

Performance:

14,935 students


GED TRANSITION GOAL:

35%

Performance:

24%

GOAL:

36%

Performance:

31%


CONTRACT TRAINING NUMBER OF COMPANIES GOAL:

40

Performance:

61

GOAL:

2,397

Performance:

2,932

Actual data as of 6/30/13 (final)


CONTRACT TRAINING TOTAL TRAINEE CONTACT HOURS GOAL:

36,000 hours

Performance:

23,307

GOAL:

1,558,023

Performance:

1,853,753.5

Actual data as of 6/30/13 (final)


TOTAL AWARDS CONFERRED

*Projected


GRADUATES - DIPLOMA •  FY 2006 – 520 •  FY 2007 – 553 •  FY 2008 – 523 •  FY 2009 – 672 •  FY 2010 – 771 •  FY 2011 – 1,071 •  FY 2012 – 1,094 •  FY 2013 – 1,049* *Projected

2006-2007: 56% 2007-2008: 65% 2008-2009: 528% 2009-2010: 515% 2010-2011: 539% 2011-2012: 52% 2012-2013: 64%


GRADUATES – TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE OF CREDIT (TCC’S) •  FY 2006 – 988 2006-2007: 62% •  FY 2007 – 964 2007-2008: 54% •  FY 2008 – 1,004 2008-2009: 527% •  FY 2009 – 1,273 2009-2010: 531% •  FY 2010 – 1,664 2010-2011: 533% •  FY 2011 – 2,209 2011-2012: 622% •  FY 2012 – 1,721 2012-2013: 56% •  FY 2013 – 1,851* *Projected


GRADUATES - DEGREE •  FY 2006 – 35 •  FY 2007 – 68 •  FY 2008 – 104 •  FY 2009 – 111 •  FY 2010 – 118 •  FY 2011 – 145 •  FY 2012 – 226 •  FY 2013 – 250* *Projected

2006-2007: 594% 2007-2008: 553% 2008-2009: 57% 2009-2010: 56% 2010-2011: 523% 2011-2012: 552% 2012-2013: 511%


FULL-TIME EQUIVALENTS 2007 – 2013

•  FY 2007 – 2,350 •  FY 2008 – 2,645 •  FY 2009 – 2,949 •  FY 2010 – 4,172 •  FY 2011 – 4,733 •  FY 2012 – 5,427 •  FY 2013 – 5,210* *Projected

2007-2008: 513% 2008-2009: 511.5% 2009-2010: 542% 2010-2011: 513% 2011-2012: 515% 2012-2013: 64%


FY 2009 Funding Albany Tech’s Peers Assigned by TCSG § Athens Tech § Augusta Tech § Columbus Tech § DeKalb Tech § Lanier Tech § Middle Georgia Tech § North Georgia Tech § Wiregrass Tech


FY 2009 Funding Albany Tech’s Geographical Region

§ Moultrie Tech § South Georgia Tech § Southwest GA Tech § Wiregrass Tech § Bainbridge College


PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENTS Albany Technical College’s partnership agreements with the following universities make it easy for our graduates to earn their Bachelor’s degree as they go to work! n  Albany State University n  Georgia Southwestern State University n  Southern Polytechnic State University n  Valdosta State University


OUR 2012-2013 GOAL AND PERKINS WINNERS CongratulaXons  to     Aamir  Greene,  TCSG  State  GOAL  (Georgia  OccupaXonal   Award  of  Leadership)  Student  of  the  Year,     and  to     Robert  Permenter,  ATC  Rick  Perkins  Teacher  of  the  Year!  


OUR 2012-2013 ACCOMPLISHMENTS n  Tree

Campus USA & Tree Planting n  Kicked off Achieving the Dream Initiative for ATC Campus and Community

n  Launched

Solutions

Center for Business


OUR 2012-2013 ACCOMPLISHMENTS Launched New Operations Management Program n  Launched New and Improved Website n  Finalist for Technical College System of Georgia Technical College of the Year n  Partnered with AIC Wireless to Provide Customized Training for Electronics Technology Students n 


OUR 2012-2013 ACCOMPLISHMENTS Launched Associate of Science in Nursing Program n  Increased dual enrollment opportunities with Lee County High School n  Launched New and Improved Website n  Albany Tech Foundation, Inc. Kicked off Annual/Capital Campaign with “Wall of Giving” Groundbreaking n 


OUR 2012-2013 ACCOMPLISHMENTS Ribbon Cuttings n  New

Calhoun County Adult Education Center n  Newly Relocated Lee County Adult Education Center n  Campus Bookstore


UPCOMING FOR 2013-2014 n  ATC

Foundation Golf Tourney – October 28, 2013 n  ATC Foundation Benefit Roast – March 2014 n  Opening of new Dietetic Lab – 2014 n  Dropout Prevention Plan Partnership with Dougherty County School System n  Potential dual enrollment opportunities with other area high schools n  Phase 2 for Carlton Construction Academy (pending TCSG State Board approval)


WHERE WE STAND Two-Year Institutions in the United States: n  Rank 1 – African American One-Year Certificates n  Rank 7 – African American Two-Year Certificates n  Rank 10 – Grand Total One-Year Certificates n  Rank 24 – Minority Two-Year Certificates


WHERE WE STAND n  Rank

43 – Grand Total Two-Year Certificates n  Rank 70 – Non-Minority One-Year Certificates JAMES Magazine July/August 2013 Issue – Ranked Georgia’s Colleges and Universities n  Rank 2 – Technical Colleges


TECHNOLOGY SUMMARY AddiXon  of  NEMO-­‐Q  StaXon  to  Admissions  Area  

$        5,136  

AddiXon  of  three  (3)  new  registers  to  the  campus  bookstore  

18,235  

Infrastructure  backup  server  system-­‐disk  to  disk  

65,000  

Cisco  switches  to  allow  VPN  access  to  and  from  main  campus  and  AE  centers   Parking  lot  security  cameras  

8,561   178,902  

Twenty  four  (24)  Dell  computers  purchased  for  the  Lee  &  Calhoun  County  Adult  Ed   Centers  

19,563  

Childcare  Center  camera  and  security  access  system  

57,566  

Server  upgrade  to  expand  capacity  and  improve  performance  of  virtual  desktops  

53,703  

Expand  the  Electrical  ConstrucXon  computer  lab  

13,644  

Purchase  of  30  iPads  for  instrucXonal  use  in  classrooms  by  faculty  

16,740  

Fiber  channel  port  upgrade  to  allow  communicaXon  between  blade  servers  and   storage  area  network  

29,008  

Upgrade  to  fiber  connecXvity  across  Slappey  Blvd.  to  provide  more  bandwidth  to   Center  for  Business  SoluXons  

57,625  

TOTAL  

$  523,683  


ONLINE AND HYBRID COURSE SUMMARY Online Courses Number of Courses: 730 Unduplicated Enrollment: 4,168 Hybrid Courses Number of Courses: 557 Unduplicated Enrollment: 2,089


ALBANY TECH TITANS WE ARE THE TITAN NATION – ARE YOU IN? n  Member of the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association (GCAA) n  Men’s 2012 Season: 10/20 n  Women’s 2012 Season: 15/16



2013 State of the College Presidential Address