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STATE OF THE COLLEGE SEPTEMBER 21, 2016

2016


STUDENT OUTCOMES

MASTER GUNNERY SERGEANT ROLANDA BAILEY (USMC, QUANTICO) Associate Degree Graduate, Business Logistics Management, Albany Technical College Bachelor of Professional Studies Graduate, Business and Management, Excelsior University Currently About to Pursue Master’s Degree

AYANA HARPE 2015 Move On When Ready Graduate Pharmacy Technology Associate Degree Current Student Pursuing Bachelor’s and Doctorate Degrees in Pharmacy from Florida A&M University (FAMU)

TERAYCIA LOVETT 2016 Move On When Ready Graduate Electronics Technology Associate Degree, Biomedical Specialization Current Student Pursuing Bachelor’s Degree from Columbus State University


HOW ARE WE DOING? Page 1 of 2

Technical College System of Georgia; DPR Report #DC198; 9/14/2016

Albany Technical College 2015 and 2016 Performance Goals & Benchmarks

Are We Hitting Our Mark? Colleges set only the benchmarks indicated with a box in the last column. The CCG goal each year is a 4.7% increase over the previous year, based on TCSG's system target of 79,531 additional graduates from 2009 to 2020. Technical Education and Economic Development goals are set by each college. Adult Education uses the RFA committed NRS Enrollment starting with 2016 (for 2015 and prior it was set by each college), and the state negotiated goals between TCSG and USDOE for the other Adult Ed metrics. Complete College Georgia (CCG) - Degree Production Goal

* CCG Graduates

2015 Goal

2015 Actual

2016 Goal

2016 Actual

2017 Goal

1,162

1,430

1,216

1,191

1,273

CCG Graduates are a subset of the college's total graduates. It is an unduplicated count of graduates who are not in high school and received an award that is a TCC less than one year leading to an industry certification or licensure, a TCC more than one year, a Diploma or an Associate Degree. * Indicates 2016 CCG actual graduates are not final. The 2016 data is updated every day around 2 pm. TECHNICAL EDUCATION

2015 Goal

2015 Actual

2016 Goal

2016 Actual

* Retention Rate

70.0%

59.8% 516 / 863

70.0%

63.6% 362 / 569

* Graduation Rate

60.0%

65.8% 3,022 / 4,594

60.0%

65.7% 2,776 / 4,227

4,200

3,370

4,000

2,892

200

247

200

343

* FTE * High School Enrollment

2017 Goal

* Indicates 2016 is not final. TECHNICAL EDUCATION metrics are updated through 9/13/2016 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

2015 Goal

2015 Actual

2016 Goal

2016 Actual

* Customized Contract Training: Companies Trained

40

67

40

56

* Customized Contract Training: Trainee Contact Hours

20,000

31,558

20,000

69,288

2017 Goal

* Indicates 2016 is not final. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT metrics are updated through 6/30/2016


HOW ARE WE DOING? Page 2 of 2

Albany Technical College Colleges set only the benchmarks indicated with a box in the last column. ADULT EDUCATION

* NRS Enrollment in ABE/ASE/ESL

2015 Goal

2015 Actual

2016 Goal

2016 Actual

1,500

1,269

1,525

1,158

2017 Goal

* Completions by Educational Functioning Level: *

ABE1

54.0%

55.2% 37 / 67

58.0%

60.0% 27 / 45

57.0%

*

ABE2

52.0%

57.6% 212 / 368

53.0%

54.6% 165 / 302

54.0%

*

ABE3

52.0%

54.0% 221 / 409

53.0%

56.6% 219 / 387

51.0%

*

ABE4

45.0%

54.8% 170 / 310

47.0%

55.9% 167 / 299

47.0%

*

ASE1

47.0%

67.1% 47 / 70

52.0%

73.5% 61 / 83

56.0%

*

ASE2

NA

60.0% 21 / 35

NA

50.0% 17 / 34

NA

*

ESL1

50.0%

40.0% 2/5

52.0%

40.0% 2/5

52.0%

*

ESL2

54.0%

0.0% 0/1

56.0%

58.0% 0/0

*

ESL3

54.0%

100.0% 2/2

57.0%

0.0% 0/1

60.0%

*

ESL4

50.0%

0.0% 0/1

57.0%

0.0% 0/2

57.0%

*

ESL5

43.0%

100.0% 1/1

50.0%

ESL6

*

44.0%

50.0% 0/0 53.0%

50.0% 0/0

NA

56.2% 713 / 1,269

NA

56.8% 658 / 1,158

NA

* Obtained a GED

73.0%

77.9% 60 / 77

85.0%

83.8% 83 / 99

85.0%

* Entered Postsecondary

25.0%

63.8% 81 / 127

28.0%

44.8% 52 / 116

28.0%

* Entered Employment

39.0%

31.9% 170 / 533

42.0%

26.9% 140 / 520

42.0%

*

Total ABE/ASE/ESL

* Indicates 2016 is not final. ADULT EDUCATION metrics are updated through 9/13/2016

Commissioner's Signature

Date

President's Signature

Date


Degree Production Goal Tracker (Complete College Georgia Metric - Outcome 1) Complete College America's goal states that 60% of young adults will have a college education by 2020.

OUR GOAL 1.4K 1.2K 1.0K 0.8K

843 0

883 40

924 81

967 124

843

843

843

2008

2009

2010

1013

1060

1110

1162

1216

1273

1333

1395

1461

430

490

552

618

170

217

267

319

373

843

843

843

843

843

843

843

843

843

843

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

0.6K 0.4K 0.2K 0.0K

Albany Tech's goal is to produce 13,795 total CCA graduates from 2009 to 2020. This is a 4.7% increase each year over the previous year: 3,679 additional graduates above the 2008 baseline. Additional Graduates needed above 2008 baseline: 3,679 2008 Baseline: 843


PROGRESS TOWARDS OUR GOAL BY YEAR

GOAL Actual: Certificates (less than 1 year) of Economic Value with Industry Certification of Licensure Actual: Certificate/diploma at least 1 but less than 2 years Actual: Certificate/diploma at least 2 but less than 4 Actual: Associate Degrees


Degree Production Goal Tracker (Complete College Georgia Metric – Outcome 1) Complete College America’s goal states that 60% of young adults will have a college education by 2020.


GRADUATION

GRADUATION


GRADUATION AT A GLANCE Associate Degrees

Diplomas Technical Cer,ďŹ cates of Credit


GRADUATES BY COUNTY COUNTY Bacon Baker Ben Hill Berrien Bibb Calhoun Camden Carroll Chatham Clarke Clay Clayton Cobb Colquitt Cook Coweta Crisp Decatur Dekalb Dooly Dougherty Douglas Early Fulton Gwinett Heard

NO. OF GRADUATES 1 18 5 2 3 43 2 1 1 3 2 1 3 22 1 1 10 14 3 2 1696 2 6 1 2 1

COUNTY Irwin Lee Long Lowndes Mitchell Muscogee Newton Other State Pierce Quitman Randolph Rockdale Schley Seminole Stewart Sumter Terrell Thomas Tift Troup Turner Ware Wayne Wilcox Wilkinson Worth Not Entered

NO. OF GRADUATES 7 253 1 11 90 5 1 25 1 3 61 2 13 3 2 17 66 3 13 2 13 1 2 2 2 96 4


COMPARISONS OF SDA GRADUATION FOR SW GEORGIA INSTITUTES FUNDED BY TCSG ACADEMIC YEAR 2016 AS OF 9/15/16

NOTE: ACADEMIC YEAR 2016 FIGURES ARE INCOMPLETE AND SUBECT TO CHANGE.


COMPARISONS OF SDA POPULATIONS AND GRADUATION FOR SW GEORGIA INSTITUTIONS FUNDED BY TCSG •  In AY 2015, ATC ranked third in the SW SDA population. •  In AY 2016, ATC ranked third in the SW SDA population. •  In AY 2017, ATC will rank third in the SW SDA population. •  Twenty-one percent (21%) population of SW Georgia live in the ATC SDA. •  Less than two percent (2%) of Georgia’s population live in the ATC SDA. •  ATC produced 28% of the region’s technical college graduates. •  ATC produced 23% of the region’s certificate graduates. •  ATC produced 41% of the region’s diploma graduates. •  ATC produced 43% of the region’s associate degree graduates. •  ATC provided 28% of the region’s awards. •  ATC produced 4% of Georgia's technical college graduates. •  ATC provided 5% of Georgia’s awards.


GRADUATION SUMMARY FOR FISCAL/ ACADEMIC YEARS 2008 THROUGH 2016 COMPLETE COLLEGE GEORGIA GRADUATES

KMS UNDUPLICATED GRADUATES

2008

843

1,122

1,631

523

104

1,631

2009

1,013 (20%)

1,362 (18%)

1,276 (28%)

674 (22%)

111 (7%)

2,061 (21%)

2010

1,244 (23%)

1,663 (18%)

1,864 (31%)

773 (13%)

118 (6%)

2,555 (19%)

2011

1,574 (27%)

2,035 (18%)

2,209 (16%)

1,071 (28%)

145 (19%)

3,425 (25%)

2012

1,843 (17%)

1,763 (13%)

1,598 (38%)

961 (11%)

166 (13%)

2,725 (26%)

2013

1,386 (25%)

1,726 (2%)

1,804 (12%)

844 (14%)

200 (17%)

2,848 (4%)

2014

1,419 (2%)

1,947 (13%)

1,938 (7%)

917 (9%)

321 (61%)

3,185 (12%)

2015

1,430 (<1%)

1,811 (7%)

1,958 (1%)

920 (<1%)

326 (2%)

3,204 (<1%)

2016*

1,191 (17%)

1,486 (18%)

1,522 (22%)

728 (21%)

260 (20%)

2,510 (22%)

YEAR

TCC’S

DIPLOMAS

AAS

TOTAL AWARDS

*AS OF 9/15/16 – ACADEMIC YEAR 2016 FIGURES ARE INCOMPLETE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE. FIGURES IN RED REPRESENT A RATE OF DECLINE.


GRADUATION

GOAL:

60.0%

Performance:

65.7%

GOAL:

62.7%

Performance:

70.1%

Note: Actual data as of 9/13/16 (not final)


PLACEMENT

PLACEMENT


PLACEMENT AT A GLANCE

Con9nued Educa9on Employed In Field Employed In Related Field Employed In Unrelated Field Employed In Field & Con9nued Educa9on Employed In Related Field & Con9nued Educa9on Not Available for Employment Not Employed Employed In Unrelated Field & Con9nued Educa9on Military Refused Employment Status Unknown

Adam Bennett CIS Graduate Thrush Aircraft Employee


CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER JULY 1, 2015– JUNE 30, 2016 §  §  §  §  §  § 

Total AAS Degree and Diploma Portfolios completed AY16: 430 Workshops held: 71 Employer visits: 12 Students attended workshops: 1,408 Total student visits (unduplicated): 3,262 Total students (duplicated): 3,996

§  Two Career Fairs held (Fall 2014 and Spring 2015) §  Over 112 employers total (Fall and Spring) §  Over 760 students total (Fall and Spring)

Placement Data

§  AY 2015 Graduates

§  In-field placement rate: 96.71% (will be final September 15, 2016) §  Total placement rate: 99.56%

§  AY 2016 Graduates

§  In-field placement rate: 98.90% (will be final September 15, 2017) §  Total placement rate: 92.00%


CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER VISITS BY PROGRAM JULY 1, 2015â&#x20AC;&#x201C; JUNE 30, 2016 Percentages based on enrollment

100.00% 90.00%

Visits Percentage

80.00% 70.00% 60.00% 50.00% 40.00% 30.00% 20.00% 10.00% 0.00%

Student Visit Percentages Source: KMS LB176


ACADEMIC YEAR 2016 BASED ON AY 2015 GRADUATES UNDUPLICATED GRADUATES & TOTAL PLACEMENT RATE Employment Status Employed In Field Military Employed In Related Field

Unduplicated Graduates 378 4 165

Employed In Unrelated Field

36

Employed In Field & Con9nued Educa9on

29

Employed In Related Field & Con9nued Educa9on

26

Employed In Unrelated Field & Con9nued Educa9on Con9nued Educa9on

6 801

Not Employed

16

Not Available for Employment

22

Refused Employment

0

Status Unknown

0

AY 16 Total Graduates (unduplicated)

Note: To date as of 9/7/16

1,483


JOB PLACEMENT

GOAL:

95.0%

Performance:

93%

GOAL:

87.5%

Performance:

59%

Note: Actual data as of Spring 10 (final)


RETENTION

RETENTION


RETENTION/RECRUITMENT Technical College Service Delivery Areas

Technical College University System College with Technical Division


RETENTION AY 15 – ATC

AY 15 – SYSTEM TOTAL

Cohort:

863

Cohort:

19,268

Retained:

516

Retained:

12,327

Rate:

59.8%

Rate:

64.0%


RETENTION

GOAL:

70.0%

Performance:

63.6%

GOAL:

64.1%

Performance:

66.4%

Note: Actual data as of 9/13/16 (not final)


ENROLLMENT

ENROLLMENT


ENROLLMENT High School Students

•  Fall Semester 2014:

3,640

205

•  Spring Semester 2015:

3,492

204

•  Summer Semester 2015:

2,868

37

•  Fall Semester 2015:

3,331

270

•  Spring Semester 2016:

3,070

288

•  Summer Semester 2016:

2,460

96

•  Fall Semester 2016*:

3,059

386

*As of 9/7/16 (not final)


HIGH SCHOOL ENROLLMENT MOVE ON WHEN READY

GOAL:

200

Performance:

343

GOAL:

12,777

Performance:

17,005

Note: Actual data as of 9/13/16 (not final)


FULL-TIME EQUIVALENTS (FTE)

GOAL:

4,000

Performance:

2,892

GOAL:

71,500

Performance:

65,159

Note: Actual data as of 9/13/16 (not final)


ADULT EDUCATION

ADULT EDUCATION


GED GRADUATES •  FY 2008:

529

•  FY 2009:

431

•  FY 2010:

376

•  FY 2011:

332

•  FY 2012:

389

•  FY 2013:

402

•  FY 2014:

519

•  FY 2015:

204

•  FY 2016:

275


ADULT EDUCATION ENROLLMENT

GOAL:

1,525

Performance:

1,158

GOAL:

47,645

Performance:

36,619

Note: Actual data as of 9/13/16 (not final)


CENTER FOR BUSINESS SOLUTIONS

CENTER FOR BUSINESS SOLUTIONS


CONTRACT TRAINING NUMBER OF COMPANIES

GOAL:

40

Performance:

56

GOAL:

2,932

Performance:

4,736

Note: Actual data as of 6/30/16 (not final)


CONTRACT TRAINING

TOTAL TRAINEE CONTACT HOURS

GOAL:

20,000

Performance:

69,288

GOAL:

2,053,500

Performance:

2,323,670.8

Note: Actual data as of 6/30/16 (not final)


NEW!! INDUSTRIAL OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN TCC

Class Curriculum (18 total hours) • Lecture-based online or face-to-face courses. • • • •

• • • •

• • • • •

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (Three Courses totaling 9 hrs) • • • • • • students.


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

• Work ethics evaluated in the introductory and capstone courses for each program. • Designed to evaluate and encourage good work habits. • Performance factors and indicators include, but aren’t limited to:

•  Quality of work •  Ability to follow instructions •  Productivity •  Dependability •  Reliability •  Attendance and punctuality

•  Attitude •  Integrity •  Enthusiasm •  Interpersonal Skills •  Initiative •  Honesty


PATHWAYS THROUGH ALBANY TECHNICAL COLLEGE TO A BACHELORâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S DEGREE Albany State University East GA State College

Albany High School

Ft. Valley State University

Dougherty High School

GA Military College

Monroe High School

GA Southwestern State

Westover High School

University

Lee County High School Terrell County High School Calhoun County High School Randolph County High School Baker County High School

Albany Technical College

Kennesaw State University Mercer University Middle Tennessee State University Savannah State University Valdosta State University

Agreements to Come! Clayton State University Columbus State University Florida A&M University


ACCOMPLISHMENTS

ACCOMPLISHMENTS


OUR 2015-2016 GOAL AND PERKINS WINNERS Congratulations to Kozman Barnum, ATC GOAL (Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership) Student of the Year, and to Dennis Courtney, ATC Rick Perkins Teacher of the Year!


2015/2016 ATC ACCOMPLISHMENTS Albany Technical College kicked off a partnership with Sherwood Baptist Churchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Outreach Center for an Outreach Day on June 25th. The partnership will help ATC to target those residing in the 31701 Albany zip code.


2015/2016 ATC ACCOMPLISHMENTS •  Held Groundbreaking for S. Slappey Blvd. Pedestrian Bridge •  Held Annual Albany Tech Foundation Golf Tournament •  Signed Pathway Agreement with Savannah State University •  Ranked Number One in “Best Community Colleges in Georgia” Listing by Schools.com •  Robotics Team (Titan Alliance) Competed in Albany’s Georgia FirstRobotics Competition •  Fire Science Technology Program Receives National Fire Academy’s Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE) Recognition, marking ATC as first technical college in Georgia to receive the certification •  Held Foundation “Roast” Honoring Albany Advocate, Bobby McKinney •  Signed Pathway Agreement with East Georgia State College


2015/2016 ATC ACCOMPLISHMENTS •  Added 3D Modeling and Printing Component to Drafting Technology Program •  Signed Pathway Agreement with Georgia Military College •  Hosted Food Network Chef Jerome Brown for Informational Session with Culinary Arts Students •  Hosted GPB’s Lara Lyn Carter for a Recipe Contest with Culinary Arts Students •  Held Kickoff Partnership with Sherwood Baptist Church’s Outreach Center •  Launched Brand New Industrial Operations Technician Program to Benefit Albany Industries •  Dedicated Donated Police Car to Law Enforcement Technology Program •  Ranked in the Top 400 Best Community Colleges by WalletHub


LOOKING AHEAD

LOOKING AHEAD


FY 17 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET ALBANY TECHNICAL COLLEGE ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET ORIGINAL FISCAL YEAR 2017

Budget by Category

Total

State Budget-Vocational Education 01932 Salaries & Fringe 01932 Operating

$ 9,471,091 1,462,968

Federal Work Study

$10,934,059 180,978

Bond Bond-MR&R-FY 2015/FY 2016 51321B Bond -FY2016/FY2017 51325A Bond FY 2017/FY 2018 MRR Bond FY 2017/Fy 2018 Obsolete Equipment Bond FY 2017 World Class Labs Grants Federal Carl Perkins Adult Education USDA Food (Federal Fiscal Year - 12 months projection) DOE- ATCEPA Grant TPSID Grant (Federal Fiscal Year- Year 2) **Transition & Postsecondary Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities Thru Georgia State and the DOE State Adult Education Lee State Prison Pre-K Local Local Budgets - Tuition Local Budgets - Misc. Fees/Commissions Other Local Revenues Livework

88,505 110,799 587,748 407,368 94,063

1,288,483

853,919 446,000 52,000 1,063,000 190,786

2,605,705

475,000 173,336 62,874

711,210

6,157,424 1,977,608 1,179,885 308,645

9,623,562

TOTAL ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET

$ 25,343,997

BUDGETED EXPENSES Salaries and Benefits Postage Vehicle Expense Printing/Publications Supplies Repairs/Maintenance Equipment-Non Capital Utilities Rents-Other than Real Estate Insurance/Bonding Freight Other Operating Travel Contracts/Consultant Real Estate Rentals Equipment- Capital Buildings Computer Software and Maintenance Telecommunications Computer Supplies and Materials Computer Equipment/Maintenance

ALLOCATION 16,635,707 67,658 90,985 12,345 1,713,154 398,500 138,912 1,001,745 592,674 69,151 22,174 1,053,640 178,534 169,300 41,168 263,015 162,128 100,758 92,021 274,209 $ 23,077,778

Carryover Funds - FY16 Tuition Technology Fee Business & Industry Services Bookstore Bond FY 2017/FY 2018 MRR Bond FY 2017/Fy 2018 Obsolete Equipment Bond FY 2017 World Class Labs

458,019 209,626 509,395 587,748 407,368 94,063

1,177,040

1,089,179 $ 25,343,997

72.09% 0.29% 0.39% 0.05% 7.42% 1.73% 0.60% 4.34% 2.57% 0.30% 0.10% 4.57% 0.77% 0.73% 0.18% 1.14% 0.00% 0.70% 0.44% 0.40% 1.19% 100.00%


FY 17 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET Albany Technical College FY 2017 Opera,ng Budget

Local Funds 9,623,562.00 37.97%

State Funds 10,934,059.00 43.14%

State Grants 711,210.00 2.81%

Bond Funds 1,288,483.00 5.08%

Federal Grants 2,786,683.00 11.00%

State Funds

Bond Funds

Federal Grants

State Grants

Local Funds


UPCOMING FOR 2016 - 2017 •  Oct. 11th: Launch of our LEAP Program for Special Needs Students •  Oct. 20th: Fall Career Fair •  Oct. 26th: Wall of Giving Dedication and Launch of New Capital Campaign •  Oct. 31st - Nov. 3rd: ATC Homecoming Week •  Nov. 9th: Veteran’s Day Program •  Nov. 30th: Fall Capping and Pinning for Healthcare Technology Programs •  Dec. 6th: Fall Honors Day Program •  Dec. 8th: Fall Commencement Exercises •  April 21st: ATC Titans Athletics Banquet •  April 25th: Spring Honors Day Program •  April 27th: Spring Graduation Exercises


COMMODORE CONYERS COLLEGE & CAREER ACADEMY PROJECTED TO OPEN JANUARY 2017 SOUTHSIDE MIDDLE SCHOOL BUILDING


CARLTON CONSTRUCTION ACADEMY PHASE II

•  Number One priority on the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) Capital projects list for FY2015 and FY2016 •  $4.2 million requested to complete renovation of the Carlton Construction Academy.


CARLTON CONSTRUCTION ACADEMY PHASE II CONTINUED •  80,000 square feet, $2 million building donated to the Albany Tech Foundation in December 2003 and subsequently transferred to the state for use by Albany Technical College. •  23,933 square feet of the interior requires renovation; site work required to eliminate deep puddles in the parking area, and the exterior requires a new façade to tie the appearance of the building to the rest of the campus. •  Approximately 49,217 square feet was renovated with state funding in 2006 to provide lab space, two computer labs/classrooms, and instructors’ offices. •  Another 6,850 square feet was renovated in 2014 utilizing funds from a federal grant and locally-generated revenues to add classroom and lab space for STEM programs.


THE CHRIS CANNON DIESEL TRAINING FACILITY

•  The development and implementation of the new Chris Cannon Diesel Training Facility will provide the opportunity for Albany Technical College to increase student enrollment. In fact, the center would allow Albany Tech to more than double both the number of diesel and automotive students and graduates. •  The center will focus on equipping new skills for the workforce by targeting skills to meet the needs of diesel operations for now and in the future. Students will receive the focused training needed to become tomorrow’s diesel experts, which will in turn, enhance career preparation for students.


Revised 9/14/16 ASK

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