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american university budget fiscal years 2012 and 2013 (May 1, 2011–April 30, 2013)

A Report from the President Adopted by the Board of Trustees February 25, 2011


Report from President Kerwin

The AU Board of Trustees (BOT) recently approved the university budget for fiscal years 2012 and 2013. The budget builds upon progress made in achieving the objectives for the first two years of the university’s strategic plan, American University and the Next Decade: Leadership for a Changing World, and aligns resources with a fresh set of objectives that provide the greatest capacity to advance our larger goals in the third and fourth years of strategic plan implementation. Those objectives were contained in my communication to the AU Community on January 21, 2011. All budget proposals were structured in accordance with the strategic plan, and the strategic goals guided the work of the University Budget Committee, the Provost, Vice Presidents and directors. Input and suggestions were solicited from the university community in a variety of ways, including town hall meetings. The outcome of these efforts is a proposal to invest over $60 million on strategic objectives and action steps for two years (see highlights on pp. 12–13). This budget marks significant milestones for the university. The biennial budget now exceeds $1 billion in revenue and expenditures. This reflects a steady growth in the size, complexity, and quality of our institution despite troublesome economic times. The budget also continues our practice of explicit and firm linkage between academic priorities and the beginning of our next ten-year facilities plan with the 2011 Campus Plan. The financial condition of the university has never been stronger. Our emphasis on effective enrollment management, rigorous internal controls, and the continuation of financial safeguard policies has proven to be critical to the university’s positive financial standing. This budget reflects both confidence in our prospects and the intent to make a strong statement about the seriousness of our commitment to the strategic plan. I am confident we will advance this institution to a higher level in coming years through the sound investment of our resources. Freshmen and transfer enrollments are budgeted at 1,550 and 335, respectively, while continuing to emphasize student quality, diversity, and selectivity. Graduate, Washington Semester, law, and non-degree enrollment categories are budgeted conservatively. There will be a 3.8 percent increase in undergraduate, graduate, and law tuition rates in each year, which is the lowest rate increase for the past 15 years; a five percent increase for MBA and graduate business in each year; and residence hall rates will increase one percent in FY2012 and two percent in FY2013. AU’s tuition and mandatory fees are below the mid-point of our market competitors, based on the latest available data (see table on pp. 16–17). These increases will not significantly change our position and are necessary to make strategic investments to support the second two-year implementation phase of the strategic plan.

Consistent with the strategic plan, this budget provides for:

• increased full-time faculty to enhance instructional resources;

• increased start-up packages to attract high-quality faculty;

• expanded faculty and student research support;

• supplemental instructional resources to meet enrollment growth;

• market-competitive adjunct faculty salary rates;

• strengthening our undergraduate and graduate programs;

• improved student services including virtual service delivery;

• expanded student recruitment and retention efforts;

• augmented financial aid including athletics scholarships and minority scholarships;

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• increased funding for new academic programs, including a 3-year BA/4-year Master’s program and new Ph.D. program in SOC;

• progress toward the President’s Climate Commitment Plan;

• increased support for fundraising and alumni support;

• enhanced staffing, training, and career development opportunities;

• competitive salaries and benefits for faculty and staff;

• the next phase of marketing initiatives including the branding campaign, digital media, and mobility initiative;

• development of the new Washington Professional Development Programs;

• advancements in technology, library, and research infrastructure;

• increased support for arts facilities;

• new sources of revenue; and

• modernization of institutional facilities.

I am grateful to all who participated in this year’s budget process, including the University Budget Committee, BOT Finance and Investment Committee, and the university community. I am confident that the budget for fiscal years 2012 and 2013 will enable the university to continue making significant advances toward realizing its strategic goals.

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Fiscal Years 2012 and 2013 Budget Highlights Tuition and Fees: All Enrollment Categories: MBA and Graduate Business: Summer Undergraduate: Summer Graduate: Summer MBA and Graduate Business:

3.8% increase for FY12 and FY13 except MBA and graduate business programs. 5.0% increase for FY12 and FY13. 5.0% increase for FY12 and 3.8% increase for FY13. 5.0% increase for FY12 and 3.8% increase for FY13. 4.0% increase for FY12 and 5.0% increase for FY13.

Residence Halls: Increases of 1.0% for FY12 and 2.0% for FY13. The residence hall association fee will increase to $18 effective fall 2011. Meal Plan: 2.0% increase each year, and a new 175-block plan to enhance meal plan options. Parking: Increase of $3 per month each year for monthly rates; the monthly rate for faculty, staff, and students will be $123 effective May 2011 and $126 effective May 2012. Increase of $.50 for the Pay-As-You-Go hourly rate effective May 2011. New Revenue Initiatives: $500,000 in FY12 and $1.25 million in FY13 from instructional revenue centers (IRCs) and conservative budgeting for graduate programs. An additional $1 million in FY13 will be achieved through the new Washington Professional Development Programs. Faculty-Staff Salaries and Benefits: $3.9 million for a 3.0% performance-based salary pool and benefits for faculty and staff effective September 2011, and another $4.0 million for a 3.0% pool effective September 2012. No market adjustment pool is set aside for staff salaries as benchmarking analysis indicates average staff salaries are above the market median. However, staff compensation salary bands will be increased by 3.0% in FY2013. The university’s contribution to health and dental plan premiums and FASB106 requirements will increase by $1.6 million in FY12 and an additional $722,000 in FY13. Full-time Faculty: $1.24 million to hire ten new tenure-track faculty each year to meet the planned enrollment increase. $400,000 in FY12 and an additional $400,000 in FY13 to adjust faculty salaries in response to market pressures, special opportunities, and retention efforts. $425,000 in FY12 to expand the compensation schedule for new tenure-track and term faculty during the first year. $1.1 million each year to make faculty recruiting packages more competitive and to continue faculty travel awards. In addition, $5.0 million over two years to increase term faculty and convert adjunct faculty to term faculty. Adjunct Faculty: Increased $1.25 million over two years to make adjunct faculty salary rates more competitive. New Staff: $5.3 million over two years for salaries and benefits for 62 new full-time staff positions in academic and administrative units. Financial Aid: Increased $15.5 million over two years to match projected enrollment increases and index to the tuition increase at a 29% tuition discount ratio for undergraduate and graduate students; to make need-based financial aid awards to support diversity initiatives including Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholarships; to increase funding for existing Ph.D. programs; to award two additional Athletics scholarships over two years to increase competitiveness among Patriot League schools; and to support students from North American Tribal Colleges who participate in the WINS program. Supplies and Expenses: Additional funding for a wide range of initiatives to fund new academic programs including the 3-year BA/4-year Master’s program; increase base operating budgets for teaching units and academic affairs; increase funding for programmatic expenses in Washington Professional Development Programs, AU Abroad, and online learning programs; support Katzen Arts Center and Greenberg Theatre operations; incorporate off-campus rental properties into the operating budget; and fund various diversity initiatives. New Housing Facilities: $2.1 million over two years to fund operating expense for Roper Hall, Clark Hall, and Berkshire Apartments.

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Marketing Initiatives: $1.6 million over two years to enhance the branding campaign, marketing, and digital media. An additional $1 million to expand efforts in undergraduate recruitment and admissions including the new AU Welcome Center, and $800,000 to maintain graduate marketing supplements for CAS, SIS, SOC, and SPA over two years. Development: Increased $485,000 over two years to support alumni relations and regional advancements. Student Services: Increased $200,000 over two years to augment AU Central and virtual student services projects, and other Campus Life initiatives. Athletics: Increased $127,000 over two years to be competitive among Patriot League schools. Technology Capital Funding: $2.9 million in FY12 and $3.5 million in FY13 to support the university’s multi-year technology plan including campus-wide enterprise projects to achieve greater operating efficiency; mobility initiatives; high-performance and virtual computing to enhance faculty research; a new portal infrastructure; and technology capital life cycle renewal. Library Acquisitions: Increased $520,000 in FY12 and an additional $460,000 in FY13 to keep up with cost increases for the current collection and electronic databases, and to increase collections to support new academic programs. Capital Renewal and Deferred Maintenance (CRDM) Fund: Increased $500,000 in FY12 and an additional $500,000 in FY13, which includes residence halls and continuation of the preventive maintenance program. Facilities Modernization Fund: Increased $1 million in FY12 and an additional $500,000 in FY13. Debt Service: Increased $3 million in FY12 to provide partial funding for a capital financing strategy to build new facilities. Transfer to Quasi-Endowment Funds: Equals 2% of the total budget for FY12 and 1.5% of the total budget for FY13. Enrollment Contingency Fund: Equals $3.1 million in FY12. No enrollment contingency budget is required in FY13 as the reserve balance will meet the target of 5% of tuition revenue. Transfer to Fund Strategic Plan Initiatives: $7.8 million in FY12 and $3.5 million in FY13 from the internally designated Strategic Plan Initiative accounts.

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American University FY2012 Revenue and Expenditure Budget AMERICAN UNIVERSITY FY2012 REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE BUDGET

REVENUE ($000's)

FY2011 Budget

Budget Changes

FY2012 Budget

% Change

Student Tuition and Fees New Revenue Initiatives Residence Halls Auxiliary Enterprises Investment Income Unrestricted Gifts Indirect Cost Recovery Endowment Income WAMU-FM Revenue

$390,960 0 34,272 28,418 4,000 750 2,200 3,200 15,400

$50,371 500 3,500 9,279 500 0 (200) 0 5,600

$441,331 500 37,772 37,697 4,500 750 2,000 3,200 21,000

12.9% n/a 10.2% 32.7% 12.5% 0.0% (9.1%) 0.0% 36.4%

Total Revenue

$479,200

$69,550

$548,750

14.5%

EXPENDITURES ($000's) Faculty and Staff Salaries Adjunct Faculty Salaries Parttime Staff Employee Benefits Transfer to Fund Sept. 2011 Salary Increase Transfer to Pre-Fund Sept. 2012 Salary Increase Salaries and Benefits Financial Aid Supplies and Expenses, etc. Instructional Revenue Centers (Institutes) Library Acquisitions Utilities Technology Capital Funding Deferred Maintenance Fund (including residence halls) Furnishings and Equipment Fund Facilities Modernization Fund Debt Service WCL Additional Expenditures KSB Additional Expenditures WAMU Additional Expenditures Transfer to Quasi-Endowment Funds Enrollment Contingency Fund Transfer to Fund Strategic Plan Initiatives Total Expenditures Net Surplus/(Deficit)

FY2011 Budget $162,204 6,474 15,906 42,565 (3,800) 3,900 $227,250 91,008 92,048 7,579 5,438 9,512 5,650 10,901 1,900 3,100 17,294 0 0 0 9,600 900 (2,980)

Budget Changes $9,973 463 768 4,446 (100) 100 $15,650 10,302 19,572 3,060 520 0 2,925 500 0 1,000 3,000 8,370 1,856 4,321 1,110 2,207 (4,842)

FY2012 Budget $172,178 6,937 16,674 47,010 (3,900) 4,000 $242,900 101,310 111,619 10,639 5,958 9,512 8,575 11,401 1,900 4,100 20,294 8,370 1,856 4,321 10,710 3,107 (7,822)

$479,200

$69,550

$548,750

$0

$0

$0

fiscal years 2012 and 2013

% Change 6.1% 7.2% 4.8% 10.4% 2.6% 2.6% 6.9% 11.3% 21.3% 40.4% 9.6% 0.0% 51.8% 4.6% 0.0% 32.3% 17.3% n/a n/a n/a 11.6% 245.2% 162.5% 14.5%

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American University FY2013 Revenue and Expenditure Budget AMERICAN UNIVERSITY FY2013 REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE E BUDGET

REVENUE ($000's) Student Tuition and Fees

FY2012 Budget

Budget Changes

$441,331

FY2013 Budget

$18,631

% Change

$459,962

4.2%

500

1,750

2,250

350.0%

Residence Halls

37,772

1,183

38,955

3.1%

Auxiliary Enterprises

37,697

436

38,133

1.2%

Investment Income

4,500

500

5,000

11.1%

New Revenue Initiatives

750

0

750

0.0%

Indirect Cost Recovery

2,000

0

2,000

0.0%

Endowment Income

3,200

0

3,200

0.0%

WAMU-FM Revenue

21,000

1,500

22,500

7.1%

$548,750

$24,000

$572,750

4.4%

Unrestricted Gifts

Total Revenue

EXPENDITURES ($000's) Faculty and Staff Salaries Adjunct Faculty Salaries Parttime Staff Employee Benefits Transfer to Fund Sept. 2012 Salary Increase Transfer to Pre-Fund Sept. 2013 Salary Increase Salaries and Benefits Financial Aid Supplies and Expenses, etc. Instructional Revenue Centers (Institutes) Library Acquisitions Utilities Technology Capital Funding Deferred Maintenance Fund (including residence halls) Furnishings and Equipment Fund Facilities Modernization Fund Debt Service WCL Additional Expenditures KSB Additional Expenditures WAMU Additional Expenditures Transfer to Quasi-Endowment Funds Enrollment Contingency Fund Transfer to Fund Strategic Plan Initiatives Total Expenditures Net Surplus/(Deficit)

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FY2012 Budget $172,178 6,937 16,674 47,010 (3,900) 4,000 $242,900

Budget Changes $7,053 695 133 2,752 (100) 200 $10,732

FY2013 Budget $179,230 7,632 16,807 49,762 (4,000) 4,200 $253,632

% Change 4.1% 10.0% 0.8% 5.9% 2.6% 5.0% 4.4%

101,310 111,619 10,639 5,958 9,512 8,575 11,401 1,900 4,100 20,294 8,370 1,856 4,321 10,710 3,107 (7,822) $548,750

4,981 1,029 (833) 460 0 672 500 0 500 0 4,251 1,385 1,388 (2,262) (3,107) 4,303 $24,000

106,291 112,648 9,806 6,418 9,512 9,247 11,901 1,900 4,600 20,294 12,621 3,241 5,709 8,448 0 (3,519) $572,750

4.9% 0.9% (7.8%) 7.7% 0.0% 7.8% 4.4% 0.0% 12.2% 0.0% 50.8% 74.6% 32.1% (21.1%) (100.0%) (55.0%) 4.4%

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ENDITURE BUDGET FY2012 EXPE ENDITURE FY2012 EXPE FY2012 expenditure Budget ENDITURE BUDGET FY2012 EXPE ENDITURE FY2012 EXPE

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ENDITURE BU REVENUE BUDGET FY2012 EXPE ENDITURE BUDGET FY2012 REVENUE FY2012 BUDGET FY2012 EXPE 18% 18% FY2012 REVENUE BUDGET FY2012 EXPE 18%ENDITURE BUDGET 18% 18%

18%

80%

REVENUE BUDGET 80%7% 7%

29%

ENDITURE BUDGET FY2012 EXPE

7% 7%

7%

7% 7%

7% 7%

7%

7%

2% 2% 4% 2% 4%

80%

2% 4% 7%

4%

18%

7% 7% 2% 2% 4% 4%

29%

7% 2% 3%

2% 4%

44%

Tuition & Fees Residence Halls Auxiliary Investment, Gift & Other Personnel WAMU Auxiliary Investment, Gift & Other WAMU Personnel Halls Auxiliary Investment, Gift & Other WAMU Personnel Utilities Personnel Tuition & Fees Residence Halls Auxiliary Investment, Gift & Other WAMU Residence Halls Auxiliary Investment, Gift & Other 2% WAMU Residence Halls

Halls Investment, Gift &Auxiliary Other WAMU Tuition Auxiliary & Fees Residence Halls Investment, Gift & Other 4%

2% 2%

2%3% 3% 3%

4%

4% 4%

4%

7%

uition & Fees

2

29%

18%

80% 80% FY2012

29% 29%

WAMU Utilities

UtilitiesUtilities

44%

44%44% 44%

44% 44% 2%

Personnel Fiinancial Aid Supplies & Other Fiinancial Aid 3% Aid Supplies & Other Fiinancial ech/ Furnish/ Facilities Utilities Te Aid Personnel Fiinancial & Other Fiinancial Aid FiPersonnel ech/ Furnish/ Facilities DebtSupplies Service Te inancial Aid Supplies Other Fiinancial&Aid

ech/ Furnish/ Facilities Te Utilities ech/ Furnish/ Facilities Debt Service Te

ech/ Furnish/ Facilities Te Utilities

4%

Debt Service ech/ Furnish/ Facili Te Debt ech/Service Furnish/ Facilitie Te

44%

ENDITURE BU REVENUE BUDGET FY2013 EXPE ENDITURE BUDGET FY2013 REVENUE FY2013 BUDGET FY2013 EXPE Supplies & Other Personnel Fiinancial Aid ition & Fees Residence Halls Auxiliary Investment, Gift & Other WAMU ENDITURE BUDGET Debt Service FY2013 REVENUE BUDGET FY2013 EXPE ech/ Furnish/ Facilities Utilities Te

ENDITURE FY2013 EXPE ENDITURE FY2013BUDGET EXPE ENDITURE BUDGET FY2013 EXPE ENDITURE FY2013 EXPE FY2013 expenditure Budget

13 BUDGET FY2013 REVENUEBUDGET BUDGET 13 REVENUE REVENUE BUDGET FY2013 REVENUE FY2013 Revenue Budget

ENDITURE BU REVENUE BUDGET FY2012 EXPE ENDITURE BUDGET FY2013 REVENUE FY2012 BUDGET FY2013 EXPE ENDITURE BUDGET FY2012 REVENUE BUDGET FY2012 EXPE 18%

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18% 29% 80% 7% 7% 7%

Tuition & Fees 7% Residence Halls Auxiliary Investment, Gift & Other Personnel WAMU uition & Fees Residence Halls Auxiliary Investment, Gift & Other WAMU 2% Personnel Utilities Residence Halls Auxiliary Investment, Gift & Other WAMU 4% Utilities 2%

Fiinancial Aid

Personnel Fiinancial Aid Supplies & Other Fiinancial Aid 2% ech/ Furnish/ Facilities Utilities Supplies & Other Te ech/ Furnish/ Facilities Debt Service Te 3%

ech/ Furnish/ Facilities Te

4%

Debt Service

4%

44% 44%

Personnel

Personnel TuitionHalls &Gift Fees& Other Residence Halls Auxiliary Gift Investment, Gift & WAMU Other WAMU Personnel Halls Auxiliary Investment, WAMU Tuition & Fees Residence Auxiliary & Other ition & Fees& Residence Halls Auxiliary Investment, &Investment, Other WAMU Halls Auxiliary Investment, Other Gift WAMU UtilitiesUtilities Tuition Fees Residence HallsGift & Auxiliary Investment, Gift & Other Personnel WAMU Utilities Residence Halls Auxiliary Investment, Gift & Other WAMU Utilities

Aid Supplies & Other Fiinancial Aid Personnel Fiinancial Aid Personnel Fi Aid Supplies &inancial Other Fiinancial inancial Aid Supplies &Aid Other FiPersonnel Fiinancial ech/ Furnish/ Facilities Utilities Te ech/ Furnish/ Facilities Service ech/ Furnish/ Facili Utilities Te & Other Fiinancial Aid Te ech/ Furnish/Supplies Facilities DebtDebt Service Te ech/ Furnish/ Facilities Debt Te ech/Service Furnish/ Facilitie Utilities Te ech/ Furnish/ Facilities Te

Debt Service

ENDITURE BU FY2013 REVENUE BUDGET FY2013 EXPE ENDITURE BUDGET FY2013 REVENUE BUDGET FY2013 EXPE fiscal years 2012 and 2013

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American University FY2012 Expenditure Budget by Division AMERICAN UNIVERSITY FY2012 Expenditure Budget by Division

(Units include Fringe Benefits) (Units Include Fringe Benefits) ($000's omitted)

Operating Accounts

President

$2,751

University Communications and Marketing General Counsel Athletics/Recreation Sports & Fitness

Institutional Accounts

Total FY2012 Budget

% of University Total

$0

$2,751

0.5%

$4,578

$0

$4,578

0.8%

$1,286

$740

$2,026

0.4%

$7,659

$4,567

$12,227

2.2%

$19,721

$0

$19,721

3.6%

$7,296 6,434 40,949 18,910 11,826 8,583 13,139 6,047 10,977 10,639 57,462 2,587 1,863 4,256 7,735 0 10,590 2,126 $221,418

$0 0 613 400 22 0 11 2,079 114 0 5,353 122 16,212 0 0 70,305 1,012 126 $96,370

$7,296 6,434 41,562 19,310 11,848 8,583 13,150 8,126 11,091 10,639 62,814 2,709 18,075 4,256 7,735 70,305 11,603 2,251 $317,788

57.9%

Vice President of Finance and Treasurer Vice President's Central Accounts Risk Management & Environmental Health & Safety Public Safety & Parking Information Technology Financial Management Debt Service Facilities Management Utilities Capital Renewal and Deferred Maintenance (CRDM) Auxiliary Services & Enterprises Human Resources/CDC/Benefits Fringe Benefit Offset Total

$5,618 0 4,449 16,160 4,588 0 18,847 0 0 18,399 4,110 0 $72,170

$292 971 0 0 1,466 19,111 5,459 9,512 10,001 12,919 47,010 (47,010) $59,732

$5,910 971 4,449 16,160 6,053 19,111 24,306 9,512 10,001 31,318 51,120 (47,010) $131,902

24.0%

Vice President of Campus Life Campus Life Operations Housing & Dining Programs Residence Hall CRDM Total

$13,739 5,600 0 $19,339

$891 0 1,400 $2,291

$14,630 5,600 1,400 $21,630

3.9%

$7,539

$0

$7,539

1.4%

$2,662 3,900 1,900 4,100 8,575 10,710 3,107 (7,822) 1,457 $28,589

5.3%

WAMU-FM Provost Provost's Office Central Accounts Academic Initiatives - for distribution to colleges/schools College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Kogod School of Business (KSB) - RCM School of International Service (SIS) School of Communication (SOC) School of Public Affairs (SPA) Washington Professional Development Programs AU Abroad/Abroad at AU Instructional Revenue Centers (IRCs) - for distribution Washington College of Law (WCL) - RCM Senior Vice Provost & Dean of Academic Affairs Vice Provost - Graduate Studies & Research Vice Provost - Undergraduate Studies Office of Enrollment/Admissions Undergraduate Financial Aid Library Registrar Total

Vice President of Development and Alumni Relations Central Reserves New Faculty and Staff Position Pool - for distribution Faculty and Staff Merit Increase - for distribution Furnishings & Equipment Fund Facilities Modernization Fund Technology/Capital Funding Transfer to Quasi-Endowment Funds Enrollment Contingency Fund Transfer to Fund Strategic Initiatives Other Central Reserves/Transfer Total Total Expenditures

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$2,662 3,900 0 0 8,575 0 0 0 0 $15,137 $371,599

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$0 0 1,900 4,100 0 10,710 3,107 (7,822) 1,457 $13,452 $177,151

$548,750

100.0%


American University FY2013 Expenditure Budget by Division AMERICAN UNIVERSITY FY2013 Expenditure Budget by Division

(Units include Fringe Benefits) (Units Include Fringe Benefits) ($000's omitted)

Operating Accounts

Institutional Accounts

Total FY2013 Budget

% of University Total

President

$2,753

$0

$2,753

0.5%

University Communications and Marketing

$4,609

$0

$4,609

0.8%

General Counsel

$1,286

$740

$2,026

0.4%

Athletics/Recreation Sports & Fitness

$7,642

$4,618

$12,261

2.1%

$21,109

$0

$21,109

3.7%

$7,296 8,314 41,266 20,295 11,832 8,583 13,139 6,047 10,914 9,806 61,713 2,587 1,863 4,286 7,735 0 11,082 2,106 $228,864

$0 0 613 400 22 0 11 2,079 114 0 5,353 122 17,002 0 0 74,446 1,017 126 $101,305

$7,296 8,314 41,879 20,695 11,854 8,583 13,150 8,126 11,028 9,806 67,065 2,709 18,865 4,286 7,735 74,446 12,100 2,231 $330,169

57.6%

WAMU-FM Provost Provost's Office Central Accounts Academic Initiatives - for distribution to colleges/schools College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Kogod School of Business (KSB) - RCM School of International Service (SIS) School of Communication (SOC) School of Public Affairs (SPA) Washington Professional Development Programs AU Abroad/Abroad at AU Instructional Revenue Centers (IRCs) - for distribution Washington College of Law (WCL) - RCM Senior Vice Provost & Dean of Academic Affairs Vice Provost - Graduate Studies & Research Vice Provost - Undergraduate Studies Office of Enrollment/Admissions Undergraduate Financial Aid Library Registrar Total Vice President of Finance and Treasurer Vice President's Central Accounts Risk Management & Environmental Health & Safety Public Safety & Parking Information Technology Financial Management Debt Service Facilities Management Utilities Capital Renewal and Deferred Maintenance (CRDM) Auxiliary Services & Enterprises Human Resources/CDC/Benefits Fringe Benefit Offset Total

$5,768 0 4,449 16,811 4,588 0 19,032 0 0 18,399 4,140 0 $73,186

$292 971 0 0 1,466 19,111 5,459 9,512 10,501 13,286 49,670 (49,670) $60,599

$6,060 971 4,449 16,811 6,053 19,111 24,491 9,512 10,501 31,685 53,810 (49,670) $133,785

23.4%

Vice President of Campus Life Campus Life Operations Housing & Dining Programs Residence Hall CRDM Total

$13,739 5,752 0 $19,491

$891 0 1,400 $2,291

$14,630 5,752 1,400 $21,782

3.8%

$7,595

$0

$7,595

1.3%

$4,490 4,000 1,900 4,600 9,247 8,448 0 (3,519) 7,496 $36,662

6.4%

Vice President of Development and Alumni Relations Central Reserves New Faculty and Staff Position Pool - for distribution Faculty and Staff Merit Increase - for distribution Furnishings & Equipment Fund Facilities Modernization Fund Technology/Capital Funding Transfer to Quasi-Endowment Funds Enrollment Contingency Fund Transfer to Fund Strategic Initiatives Other Central Reserves/Transfer Total Total Expenditures

$4,490 4,000 0 0 9,247 0 0 0 0 $17,737 $384,272

fiscal years 2012 and 2013

$0 0 1,900 4,600 0 8,448 0 (3,519) 7,496 $18,925 $188,478

$572,750

100.0%

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Highlights of FY2010-2011 Funding for Strategic Plan Goals Highlights of FY2010-2011 Funding for Strategic Plan Goals

HighlightsHighlights of FY2010–2011 for Strategic Plan Goals of FY2010-2011Funding Funding for Strategic Plan Goals ($000's omitted) ($000's omitted) ($000's omitted) STRATEGIC GOALS STRATEGIC GOALS STRATEGIC GOALS the Scholar-Teacher Ideal SP1 Epitomize SP1 Epitomize the Scholar-Teacher Ideal SP1 Epitomize the Scholar-Teacher Ideal Increase fulltime faculty; make recruiting packages more competitive; increase faculty support Increase fulltime faculty; make recruiting packages more competitive; increase faculty support Increase faculty; 1make recruitingProfessor packages rank more competitive; increase faculty support Close gapfulltime with AAUP for Assistant Close gap with AAUP 1 for Assistant Professor rank Close gap with AAUP for Assistant Hire temporary faculty to1 meet enrollmentProfessor increasesrank Hire temporary faculty to meet enrollment increases Hire facultyrates to meet enrollment increases Adjusttemporary compensation for adjunct faculty to market Adjust compensation rates for adjunct faculty to market Adjust compensation rates for adjunct faculty to market SP2 SP2 SP2

Provide an Unsurpassed Undergraduate Experience Provide an Unsurpassed Undergraduate Experience Provide Unsurpassed Increasean funding for Athletic Undergraduate scholarships, staffing,Experience marketing, intramurals and club sports Increase funding for Athletic scholarships, staffing, marketing, intramurals and club sports Increase funding for Athletic scholarships, staffing, marketing, intramurals and club sports Implement integrated student services (OneStop Center) Implement integrated student services (OneStop Center) Implement integrated student services (OneStop Center) Increase student support including a new Women's Center Increase student support including a new Women's Center Increase resources student support including a new Women's Center Provide to strengthen liberal arts/sciences, academic program development, and student research Provide resources to strengthen liberal arts/sciences, academic program development, and student research support Provide support resources to strengthen liberal arts/sciences, academic program development, and student research support undergraduate marketing and recruitment including new AU Welcome Center Enhance Enhance undergraduate marketing and recruitment including new AU Welcome Center Enhance undergraduate marketing and recruitment including new AU Welcome Center

SP3 SP3 SP3

Demonstrate Distinction in Graduate, Professional, and Legal Studies Demonstrate Distinction in Graduate, Professional, and Legal Studies Demonstrate Distinction in Graduate, Professional, and Legal Studies Increase funding level and duration of Ph.D. awards for existing and expanded programs Increase funding level and duration of Ph.D. awards for existing and expanded programs Increase funding level and duration of Ph.D. awards for existing and expanded programs Support dissertation program, online curriculum design for faculty, and graduate marketing Support dissertation program, online curriculum design for faculty, and graduate marketing Supportdedicated dissertation program, faculty,SIS andand graduate marketing Create graduate studyonline loungecurriculum in a bridgedesign spacefor between Library Create dedicated graduate study lounge in a bridge space between SIS and Library Create dedicated graduate study lounge in a bridge space between SIS and Library

SP4 SP4 SP4

Engage in Great Ideas and Issues through Research, Centers, and Institutes Engage in Great Ideas and Issues through Research, Centers, and Institutes Engage in new Great Ideas andand Issues through Establish research centers improve research Research, infrastructureCenters, and Institutes Establish new research centers and improve research infrastructure Establish new research centers and improve research infrastructure Reflect and Value Diversity Reflect and Value Diversity Reflect and Value Increase funding for Diversity STEP and alternative break trips Increase funding for STEP and alternative break trips Increase funding for STEP and alternative break trips Increase support for Frederick Douglass Scholarship program, WINS, and faculty diversity initiatives Increase support for Frederick Douglass Scholarship program, WINS, and faculty diversity initiatives Increase support Frederick Douglass Scholarship program, and faculty diversity initiatives (Reallocation of for financial aid to meet higher percentage of needWINS, - $3.9 M) (Reallocation of financial aid to meet higher percentage of need - $3.9 M) (Reallocation of financial aid to meet higher percentage of need - $3.9 M)

SP5 SP5 SP5

Budget Allocations Budget Allocations Budget Allocations FY2010 FY2011 FY2010 FY2011 FY2010 FY2011

$2,450 $2,450 $2,450 100 100 100 1,000 1,000 1,000 378 378 378 $3,928 $3,928 $3,928

$3,086 $3,086 $3,086 200 200 200 1,000 1,000 1,000 756 756 756 $5,042 $5,042 $5,042

$436 $436 $436 618 618 618 57 57 57 597 597 597 1,505 1,505 1,505 $3,213 $3,213 $3,213

$525 $525 $525 612 612 612 124 124 124 611 611 611 1,505 1,505 1,505 $3,377 $3,377 $3,377

$375 $375 $375 213 213 213 325 325 325 $913 $913 $913

$875 $875 $875 363 363 363 325 325 325 $1,563 $1,563 $1,563

$470 $470 $470

$640 $640 $640

$62 $62 $62 $62 $62 $62 600 220 220 600 220 600 0 0 0 0 0 0 $282 $662 $282 $662 $282 budget $662 of Funding Strategic Plan Goals SP6 Bring the World to Highlights AUHighlights and AU of to FY2010-2011 theFY2010-2011 World existing Funding forfor Strategic Plan Goals SP6 Bring the World to AU and AU to the World existing budget SP6 Bring World to AU Social and AU to the World and Service existing budget SP7 Act onthe Values through Responsibility Budget Allocations Budget Allocations SP7 Act on Values through Social Responsibility and Service SP7 ActProvide on Values Social and Service supportthrough for the D.C. ReadsResponsibility Program $15 $15 Provide support for the D.C. Reads Program $15 $15 ($000's omitted) FY2010 FY2011 ($000's omitted) FY2010 FY2011 Provideprogress supporttoward for the the D.C. Reads Program $15 $15 Make President's Climate Plan commitment 520 520 Make progress toward the President's Climate Plan commitment 520 520 Make progress toward the President's Climate Plan commitment 520 520 $535 $535 STRATEGIC GOALS STRATEGIC GOALS $535 $535 $535 $535 Engage Alumni in the of the University, Campus SP8SP8 Engage Alumni in the LifeLife of the University, On On andand OffOff Campus Increase funding for Development to support alumni relations regional advancements $545 $1,060 Increase funding for Development to support alumni relations and and regional advancements $545 $1,060

10

Encourage Innovation High Performance Innovation andand High Performance SP9SP9 Encourage american Enhance training career development program Enhance staffstaff training and and career development program

university budget

Enhance General Counsel operations for compliance support external Enhance General Counsel operations for compliance and and support external legallegal fees fees

$250 $250 215215

$250 $250 340340


Highlights of FY2010-2011 Funding for Strategic Plan Goals

Highlights of FY2010–2011 Funding for Strategic Budget PlanAllocations Goals Highlights of FY2010-2011 Funding for Strategic Plan Goals

($000's omitted)

FY2010 FY2011 Budget Allocations

STRATEGIC GOALS ($000's omitted) SP8 Engage Alumni in the Life of the University, On and Off Campus STRATEGIC Increase GOALSfunding for Development to support alumni relations and regional advancements SP9 SP8

Encourage Innovation and of High Engage Alumni in the Life thePerformance University, On and Off Campus Enhance staff training and career todevelopment program Increase funding for Development support alumni relations and regional advancements

SP9

Enhance General Counsel and operations compliance and support external legal fees Encourage Innovation HighforPerformance Provide supportand forcareer studentdevelopment activities, housing/dining programs, and web Enhanceincreased staff training program Make a safer campus by increasing Public Safety officers Enhance General Counsel operations for compliance and support external legal fees Increase base budgets for academic schools/colleges Provide increased support for student activities, housing/dining programs, and web Make a safer campus by increasing Public Safety officers

SP10 SP10

base budgets for Distinction academic schools/colleges WinIncrease Recognition and Enhance branding campaign; marketing; digital media; website phase II Cultivate partnerships increase institutional visibility Win Recognition andto Distinction Enhance branding campaign; marketing; digital media; website phase II

Cultivate partnerships to increase institutional visibility ENABLING GOALS EG1

Diversify Revenue Sources Enhance university asset management ENABLING GOALS EG1

Increase support for fundraising Diversify Revenue Sources efforts in Development Provide money for expansion of Washington Semester affiliated programs Enhanceseed university asset management Increase support for fundraising efforts in Development

EG2

ProvideTechnology seed money for expansion of Washington Semester affiliated programs Employ to Empower Excellence Implement IT Enterprise system enhancements

EG2

Implement business continuity plan Employ Technology to Empower Excellence Renew technology life cycle system capital enhancements programs Implement IT Enterprise Implement business continuity plan

EG3

Renew technology life cycle capital programs Improve the University Library and Research Infrastructure Increase post-award faculty research and grant management

EG3

Increase funding for library Library collection and databases Improve the University andelectronic Research Infrastructure Increase post-award faculty research and grant management

EG4

Increase funding for library collection andour electronic databases Forge Partnerships by Leveraging Capital Location

EG5

Continue as a Model for Civil Discourse

EG4 EG6

ForgeFacilities Partnerships by Leveraging our Capital Align Planning with Strategic Goals Location

EG5

Address facilities modernization, and CRDM Continue as a Model for Civilfurnishings, Discourse Operations and maintenance for the new SIS building Align Facilities Planning with Strategic Goals

EG6

Consulting for Master Plan Address facilities modernization, furnishings, and CRDM Operations and maintenance for the new SIS building

TOTAL Consulting FUNDING for Master Plan Expenditures for long-standing policies that support multiple goals of the strategic plan: TOTAL performance-based FUNDING salary increase for faculty and staff Implement market-competitive health and benefit packages ExpendituresProvide for long-standing policies that support multiple goals of the strategic plan: Increase financial aid to matchsalary tuitionincrease and enrollment Implement performance-based for facultychanges and staff Provide market-competitive health and benefit packages Increase financial aid to match tuition and enrollment changes

fiscal years 2012 and 2013

FY2010

FY2011

$545

$1,060

$250 $545

$250 $1,060

215

340

59 $250 272 215

100 $250 272 340

1,000 59 $1,796 272

1,000 100 $1,962 272

1,000

1,000

$1,328 $1,796

$908 $1,962

150

180

$1,478 $1,328

$1,088 $908

150

180

$1,478

$1,088

$192

$192

205

440

290 $192 $687 205

290 $192 $922 440

290

290

$1,212 $687

$1,003 $922

0

270

553 $1,212 $1,7650

945 $1,003 $2,218 270

553

945

$80 $1,765

$327 $2,218

350

700

$80 $430

$327 $1,027

350 $20

700 $20

$430 $10

$1,027 $0

$20

$20

$275 $10

$2,275$0

0

1,300

500 $275 $7750 $16,847 500

500 $2,275 $4,075 1,300 $24,191 500

$775

$4,075

$16,847 $3,700

$24,191 $9,350

600

1,125

4,704 $3,700 $9,004 600

8,118 $9,350 $18,593 1,125

4,704

8,118

$9,004

$18,593

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Highlights of FY2012–2013 Funding for Strategic Plan Goals Highlights of FY2012-2013 Funding for Strategic Plan Goals Budget Allocations ($000's omitted)

FY2012

FY2013

STRATEGIC GOALS SP1 Epitomize the Scholar-Teacher Ideal Increase fulltime faculty to respond to enrollment growth and market

$1,181

$2,037

Make recruiting packages more competitive; continue faculty travel support

1,130

1,130

Increase term faculty to meet enrollment increase

2,922

3,092

Expand compensation schedule for new tenure-track and term faculty during the first year

425

425

Adjust compensation rates for adjunct faculty to market

500

1,250

$6,158

$7,934

$450

$484

Increase student services staffing including Student Health Center, housing, and academic support services

752

871

Enhance virtual student services

815

1,244

SP2 Provide an Unsurpassed Undergraduate Experience Increase funding for Athletic scholarships, staffing, intramurals and club sports

Expand University College programming and support Provide resources to strengthen academic programs and advising including General Education, academic counseling, and career counseling

94

124

526

843

Launch a new 3-year BA/4-year Master's program

115

231

Enhance program review and development efforts

100

50

Expand efforts in undergraduate recruitment and retention

981

1,261

Increase funding for new AU Welcome Center

200

200

$4,031

$5,307

$530

$780

SP3 Demonstrate Distinction in Graduate, Professional, and Legal Studies Increase funding level of Ph.D. awards for existing programs Launch new Ph.D. program in SOC Increase graduate marketing efforts

50

50

551

601

$1,131

$1,431

$351

$566

SP4 Engage in Great Ideas and Issues through Research, Centers, and Institutes Increase support for faculty research computing Continue support for new research centers including the Center for Latin American and Latino Studies

458

458

$809

$1,024

Increase funding to address diversity initiatives and create new Office of Diversity and Inclusion

$80

$96

Increase support for Frederick Douglass Program and WINS scholarships

127

127

Reallocation of financial aid to increase Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholarships

500

750

$707

$973

$1,078

$1,015

$365

$365

$685

$742

SP5 Reflect and Value Diversity

SP6 Bring the World to AU and AU to the World Increase funding for AU Abroad and Abroad @ AU programs for program delivery SP7 Act on Values through Social Responsibility and Service Make progress toward the President's Climate Plan commitment SP8 Engage Alumni in the Life of the University, On and Off Campus Increase funding for Development to support alumni relations and regional advancements

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Highlights of FY2012–2013 Funding for Strategic Plan Goals Highlights of FY2012-2013 Funding for Strategic Plan Goals

Budget Allocations ($000's omitted)

FY2012

FY2013

STRATEGIC GOALS SP9 Encourage Innovation and High Performance Enhance staffing level, training, and career development program

$859

$1,138

Increase funding for benefits and compensation analysis

405

405

Enhance educational technology through innovation

374

394

Increase funding support for student activities, housing/dining programs, and web communication

163

163

1,196

1,446

82

82

$3,079

$3,628

$1,057

$937

$350

$350

$1,294

$1,632

Increase base budgets for academic schools/colleges/academic affairs Enhance student learning assessment as part of Middle States accreditation SP10 Win Recognition and Distinction Enhance branding campaign; marketing; digital media; mobility initiative ENABLING GOALS EG1 Diversify Revenue Sources Provide seed money for Washington Professional Development Programs EG2 Employ Technology to Empower Excellence Implement IT Enterprise system enhancements Renew technology life cycle capital programs

750

870

$2,044

$2,502

$115

$165

608

1,105

$723

$1,270

$464

$464

EG3 Improve the University Library and Research Infrastructure Increase post-award faculty research and grant management Increase funding for library collection and electronic databases EG4 Forge Partnerships by Leveraging our Capital Location Increase operating support for Katzen Museum and Greenberg Theatre EG5 Continue as a Model for Civil Discourse Continue support for annual faculty retreat

Existing Budget

EG6 Align Facilities Planning with Strategic Goals Continue Campus Plan project

$500

$550

Provide funding mechanism for new facility projects

3,000

3,000

Modernize institutional facilities

1,500

2,500

$5,000

$6,050

$27,680

$33,992

$9,169

$13,489

Implement performance-based salary increase for faculty and staff

3,900

9,850

Provide market-competitive health and benefit packages for faculty and staff

1,616

2,338

$14,685

$25,677

TOTAL FUNDING Expenditures for long-standing policies that support multiple goals of the strategic plan: Increase financial aid to match tuition and enrollment changes

fiscal years 2012 and 2013

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TUITION AND HOUSING RATES

Tuition and Housing Rates Tuition Rates - Fall and Spring Semesters Fall and Spring Semesters

FY2011

FY2012

FY2013

FY11-12 Change

FY12-13 Change

Full-time Undergraduate (semester)

$18,090

$18,777

$19,491

3.8%

3.8%

Part-time Undergraduate (credit hour)

1,205

1,251

1,299

3.8%

3.8%

Graduate (credit hour)

1,299

1,348

1,399

3.8%

3.8%

14,972

15,721

16,507

5.0%

5.0%

1,144

1,201

1,261

5.0%

5.0%

21,307

22,117

22,957

3.8%

3.8%

Washington College of Law (credit hour)

1,578

1,638

1,700

3.8%

3.8%

Nondegree Undergraduate (credit hour)

1,205

1,251

1,299

3.8%

3.8%

Nondegree Graduate (credit hour)

1,299

1,348

1,399

3.8%

3.8%

Part-time Off-campus (credit hour)

1,093

1,135

1,178

3.8%

3.8%

2010

2011

2012

2010-11 Change

2011-12 Change

Graduate Full-time MBA Program (semester) Graduate Part-time MBA Program (credit hour) Washington College of Law (semester)

Tuition Rates - Summer Semesters Summer Undergraduate (credit hour)

$1,022

$1,073

$1,114

5.0%

3.8%

Graduate (credit hour)

1,167

1,225

1,272

5.0%

3.8%

MBA Program (credit hour)

1,100

1,144

1,201

4.0%

5.0%

Washington College of Law (credit hour)

1,503

1,578

1,638

5.0%

3.8%

Nondegree Undergraduate (credit hour)

1,022

1,073

1,114

5.0%

3.8%

Nondegree Graduate (credit hour)

1,167

1,225

1,272

5.0%

3.8%

Off-campus (credit hour)

1,041

1,093

1,135

5.0%

3.8%

FY2011

FY2012

FY2013

FY11-12 Change

FY12-13 Change

Student Housing

$5,656

$5,713

$5,827

1.0%

2.0%

Nebraska Hall Single Occupancy (semester)*

Single Occupancy (semester)

5,656

5,826

6,059

3.0%

4.0%

Double Occupancy (semester)

4,509

4,554

4,645

1.0%

2.0%

Triple Occupancy (semester)

3,295

3,328

3,395

1.0%

2.0%

Centennial Hall Single Occupancy (semester)

6,605

6,671

6,804

1.0%

2.0%

Centennial Hall Double Occupancy (semester)*

4,509

4,644

4,830

3.0%

4.0%

* 3.0% increase in FY12 and 4.0% increase in FY13 to reflect various unit types. Residence hall assocation fee will increase from $14 to $18 per semester effective fall 2011 (FY2012). Meal plan rates will increase by 2% each year.

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY

fall full-time equivalent enrollment Fall Full-Time Equivalent Enrollment Fall Semester 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005* 2006* 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Budget 2012 Budget

Undergraduates 5,361 4,930 4,692 4,623 4,460 4,700 4,797 4,797 4,919 4,912 5,161 5,343 5,500 5,493 5,583 5,619 5,757 5,721 5,931 6,346 6,577 6,594 6,614

% Change Since 1990 (8.0%) (12.5%) (13.8%) (16.8%) (12.3%) (10.5%) (10.5%) (8.2%) (8.4%) (3.7%) (0.3%) 2.6% 2.5% 4.1% 4.8% 7.4% 6.7% 10.6% 18.4% 22.7% 23.0% 23.4%

Wash. Semester & Non-AU Study Abroad Graduates 506 2,028 461 2,200 564 2,435 464 2,590 426 2,496 330 2,469 457 2,392 382 2,285 334 2,176 318 2,198 472 2,166 438 2,134 393 2,312 457 2,421 484 2,393 421 2,301 382 2,202 296 2,293 316 2,333 234 2,583 279 2,697 279 2,697 279 2,697

NonDegree 688 655 652 592 542 504 425 450 416 375 366 355 249 181 232 263 245 357 404 363 339 339 339

Sub-Total 8,583 8,246 8,343 8,269 7,924 8,003 8,071 7,914 7,845 7,803 8,165 8,270 8,454 8,552 8,692 8,604 8,586 8,667 8,984 9,526 9,892 9,909 9,929

% Change Since 1990 (3.9%) (2.8%) (3.7%) (7.7%) (6.8%) (6.0%) (7.8%) (8.6%) (9.1%) (4.9%) (3.6%) (1.5%) (0.4%) 1.3% 0.2% 0.0% 1.0% 4.7% 11.0% 15.3% 15.5% 15.7%

Source: Office of Institutional Research. Data as of the 5th week. * Katrina students are not included in enrollment data.

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Law 1,077 1,068 1,067 1,163 1,184 1,137 1,182 1,229 1,245 1,336 1,317 1,354 1,458 1,415 1,527 1,498 1,529 1,528 1,519 1,609 1,644 1,532 1,582

Law as % of Total 11.1% 11.5% 11.3% 12.3% 13.0% 12.4% 12.8% 13.4% 13.7% 14.6% 13.9% 14.1% 14.7% 14.2% 14.9% 14.8% 15.1% 15.0% 14.5% 14.4% 14.3% 13.4% 13.7%

TOTAL 9,660 9,314 9,410 9,432 9,108 9,140 9,253 9,143 9,090 9,139 9,482 9,624 9,912 9,967 10,219 10,102 10,115 10,195 10,503 11,135 11,536 11,442 11,512

% Change Since 1990 (3.6%) (2.6%) (2.4%) (5.7%) (5.4%) (4.2%) (5.4%) (5.9%) (5.4%) (1.8%) (0.4%) 2.6% 3.2% 5.8% 4.6% 4.7% 5.5% 8.7% 15.3% 19.4% 18.4% 19.2%


American University Market Comparison Undergraduate Tuition and Mandatory Increases Market Comparison Average Undergraduate Tuition and Fee Mandatory Fee Increases American University

All 3-Tiers Average*

Private Institutions**

AY95-96 to AY96-97

3.7%

4.9%

5.0%

AY96-97 to AY97-98

4.6%

4.7%

5.0%

AY97-98 to AY98-99

4.7%

5.6%

5.0%

AY98-99 to AY99-00

4.8%

4.8%

4.7%

AY99-00 to AY00-01

5.0%

4.5%

5.2%

AY00-01 to AY01-02

5.1%

5.2%

5.5%

AY01-02 to AY02-03

4.3%

6.3%

5.8%

AY02-03 to AY03-04

5.9%

7.3%

6.0%

AY03-04 to AY04-05

5.9%

6.4%

6.0%

AY04-05 to AY05-06

6.5%

6.3%

5.9%

AY05-06 to AY06-07

5.9%

6.0%

5.9%

AY06-07 to AY07-08

5.9%

5.6%

6.3%

AY07-08 to AY08-09

5.9%

5.5%

5.9%

AY 08-09 to AY09-10

5.1%

4.8%

4.4%

AY 09-10 to AY10-11

4.9%

4.5%

4.5%

AVERAGE

5.2%

5.5%

5.4%

* 80 Institutions (private and public) identified by Enrollment Services. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY ** Annually reported by the College Board.

Faculty and Staff Merit Increase and Market Adjustments

faculty and staff merit increase and market adjustments Staff Market

Faculty Market

FY1997

Merit % 3.00%

$600,000

$300,000

FY1998

3.00%

1,200,000

265,000

FY1999

2.50%

1,400,000

225,000

FY2000

2.50%

1,400,000

350,000

FY2001

4.00%

1,400,000

800,000

FY2002

4.00%

1,700,000

943,000

FY2003

4.00%

0

0

FY2004

4.00%

0

0

FY2005

4.00%

0

0

FY2006

3.75%

150,000

100,000

FY2007

3.50%

0

0

FY2008

3.70%

0

110,000

FY2009

3.70%

0

120,000

FY2010

3.00%

0

100,000

FY2011

3.00%

0

100,000

FY2012

3.00%

0

400,000

FY2013

3.00%

0

400,000

$7,850,000

$4,213,000

Total

Note: The staff salary compensation bands will increase by 3% in FY2013.

fiscal years 2012 and 2013

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American University Market Comparison Market Comparison Full-Time Undergraduate Tuition and Mandatory Fees Full-Time Undergraduate Tuition and Mandatory Fees School 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

37 38 39

40 41 42 43

Vassar College $41,930 George Washington University $41,655 Wesleyan University $40,392 Carnegie Mellon University $40,728 Tulane University $40,584 Colgate University $40,970 Columbia University $39,910 University of Richmond $40,010 Tufts University $40,342 Oberlin College $40,004 Dickinson College $40,139 Skidmore College $40,420 Johns Hopkins University $39,650 University of Southern California $39,274 University of Chicago $39,381 Amherst College $38,928 Brown University $38,848 Dartmouth College $38,789 Barnard College $38,650 Boston College $39,130 University of Pennsylvania $38,970 Washington and Lee University $38,877 Washington University in St. Louis $38,728 Brandeis University $38,762 Duke University $38,741 Northwestern University $38,461 Georgetown University $39,036 New York University $38,765 Macalester College $38,174 Vanderbilt University $38,578 Villanova University $38,820 Boston University $38,440 Lehigh University $38,630 Cornell University $37,954 Swarthmore College $37,860 Loyola College $37,610 Emory University $38,036 Stanford University $37,380 American University Fordham University $36,882 Market Comparison Harvard University $36,828 Undergraduate Full-Time Yale University $36,500 Tuition University of Miami $36,188 Northeastern University $35,362 School FY2010

44 American University 45 Princeton University 16 46 Lewis and Clark College 47

FY2010

Clark University

48 Syracuse University

FY2011

Increase FY1 10 to FY11 $ Percent

$43,190 $1,260 3.0% $42,905 $1,250 3.0% $42,384 $1,992 4.9% $41,940 $1,212 3.0% $41,884 $1,300 3.2% $41,870 $900 2.2% $41,822 $1,912 4.8% $41,610 $1,600 4.0% $41,598 $1,256 3.1% $41,577 $1,573 3.9% $41,545 $1,406 3.5% $41,184 $764 1.9% $41,180 $1,530 3.9% $41,172 $1,898 4.8% $41,091 $1,710 4.3% $40,860 $1,932 5.0% $40,820 $1,972 5.1% $40,607 $1,818 4.7% $40,546 $1,896 4.9% $40,542 $1,412 3.6% $40,514 $1,544 4.0% $40,387 $1,510 3.9% $40,374 $1,646 4.3% $40,274 $1,512 3.9% $40,243 $1,502 3.9% $40,223 $1,762 4.6% $40,203 $1,167 3.0% $40,082 $1,317 3.4% $40,046 $1,872 4.9% $39,932 $1,354 3.5% $39,930 $1,110 2.9% $39,864 $1,424 3.7% $39,780 $1,150 3.0% $39,666 $1,712 4.5% $39,600 $1,740 4.6% $39,350 $1,740 4.6% $39,158 $1,122 2.9% $38,700 $1,320 3.5% $38,602 $1,720 4.7% $38,416 $1,588 4.3% and Mandatory Fees $38,300 $1,800 4.9% $37,836 $1,648 4.6% 10 to FY11 Increase FY1 $36,792 $1,430 4.0% Percent FY2011 $ 4.9% $34,973 $36,697 $1,724 3.7% $35,340 $36,640 $1,300 4.0% $35,233 budget $36,632 $1,399 american university 3.4% $35,220 $36,420 $1,200 $34,926 $36,302 $1,376 3.9%


American University Market Comparison American University Undergraduate Tuition and Mandatory Fees Full-Time American University Market Comparison Market Comparison Full-Time Undergraduate Tuition Mandatory Fees 10 to FY11 Increase FY1 Tuition and and Mandatory Fees Full-Time Undergraduate Percent School FY2010 FY2011 $ 10 to FY11 Increase FY1 4.9% $34,973 $36,697 $1,724 44 American University Percent School FY2010 FY2011 $ 3.7% $35,340 $36,640 $1,300 45 Princeton University 4.9% $34,973 $36,697 $1,724 44 4.0% 46 American Lewis and University Clark College $35,233 $36,632 $1,399 3.7% Princeton University $35,340 $36,640 $1,300 45 3.4% 47 Clark University $35,220 $36,420 $1,200 46 Lewis and Clark College $35,233 $36,632 $1,399 4.0% $34,926 $36,302 $1,376 48 Syracuse University 3.9% 47 49 48 50 49 51 50 52 51 53 52 54

$1,200 $875 $1,376 $4,995 $875 $2,830 $4,995 $2,845 $2,830 $1,890 $2,845 $1,840 $1,890 $1,570 $1,840 $1,884 $1,570 $2,620 $1,884 $1,170 $2,620 $1,672 $1,170 $1,220 $1,672 $1,670 $1,220 $1,344 $1,670 $1,529 $1,344 $568 $1,529 $1,168 $568 $1,394 $1,168 $1,338 $1,394 $2,292 $1,338 $1,234 $2,292 $1,440 $1,234 $2,222 $1,440 $841 $2,222 $1,223 $841 $1,174 $1,223 $1,526 $1,174 $398 $1,526 $1,326 $398 $564 $1,326 $1,248 $564 $630 $1,248 $1,535 $630

3.4% 2.5% 3.9% 16.5% 2.5% 8.8% 16.5% 9.0% 8.8% 5.8% 9.0% 5.8% 5.8% 4.9% 5.8% 6.0% 4.9% 8.6% 6.0% 3.7% 8.6% 5.4% 3.7% 3.9% 5.4% 5.5% 3.9% 4.5% 5.5% 5.8% 4.5% 2.1% 5.8% 4.5% 2.1% 5.5% 4.5% 5.2% 5.5% 9.7% 5.2% 5.1% 9.7% 6.0% 5.1% 9.6% 6.0% 3.5% 9.6% 5.2% 3.5% 5.1% 5.2% 6.8% 5.1% 1.7% 6.8% 6.0% 1.7% 2.7% 6.0% 6.4% 2.7% 4.3% 6.4% 4.5% 4.3%

Three-tier competitors are color coded as follows: Average $33,877 $35,412 $1,535 Tier One Competitors: Though admitted to AU, students choose the following competing institutions Tier Two Competitors: Though admitted the following competing institutions, students choose AU Three-tier competitors are color coded as to follows: Tier Three Competitors:Though Students choose to equally betweenchoose AU and institutions One Competitors: admitted AU, students thethese following competing institutions Tier Competitors: Though admitted to the following competing institutions, Notes: Two According to the College Board's annual tuition survey, the average in-state tuition increase at public four-year institutions fromstudents choose AU AY2009-10 to AY2010-11 is 7.9%, the average tuition increase at private four-year institutions from AY2009-10 to AY2010-11 is 4.5%. Tier Three Competitors: Students choose equally between AU and these institutions

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Clark University University of Michigan* Syracuse UniversityUniversity of California - Berkeley* University of of California Michigan* - Davis* University University of University of California California -- Berkeley* Santa Barbara* University of California - Davis* Catholic University of America University of of California California -- Los Santa Barbara* University Angeles* Catholic University of America Ithaca College University University of of California California -- Los San Angeles* Diego* Ithaca College College of William and Mary* University of California - San Diego* Drexel University College of of William and Mary* University Virginia* Drexel University University of Vermont* University of Virginia* Hofstra University UniversityCollege of Vermont* Emerson Hofstra University Indiana University - Bloomington* Emerson UniversityCollege of Illinois* Indiana University Bloomington* Pennsylvania State -University* University of Illinois* University of Connecticut* Pennsylvania State University* Elon University University of of Oregon* Connecticut* University Elon University University of Washington* University of Oregon* George Mason University* University of Washington* University of Delaware* George Mason University* University of Maryland - College Park* University of of North Delaware* University Carolina - Chapel Hill* University of of Wisconsin Maryland - -College Park* University Madison* University of North Carolina Chapel Hill* Rutgers University* University of Wisconsin - Madison* University of Massachusetts-Amherst* Rutgers University* Ohio State University* University of Massachusetts-Amherst* University of Pittsburgh* Ohio State University* James Madison University* University of Pittsburgh* State University of New York - Binghamton* James Madison University* Average State University of New York - Binghamton*

$35,220 $35,126 $34,926 $30,346 $35,126 $32,033 $30,346 $31,746 $32,033 $32,315 $31,746 $31,820 $32,315 $32,060 $31,820 $31,467 $32,060 $30,592 $31,467 $31,835 $30,592 $31,230 $31,835 $31,410 $31,230 $30,130 $31,410 $29,928 $30,130 $26,160 $29,928 $26,670 $26,160 $25,946 $26,670 $25,486 $25,946 $25,489 $25,486 $23,718 $25,489 $24,367 $23,718 $24,008 $24,367 $23,186 $24,008 $23,990 $23,186 $23,513 $23,990 $23,059 $23,513 $22,518 $23,059 $23,415 $22,518 $22,278 $23,415 $21,282 $22,278 $19,376 $21,282 $14,661 $19,376 $33,877 $14,661

$36,420 $36,001 $36,302 $35,341 $36,001 $34,863 $35,341 $34,591 $34,863 $34,205 $34,591 $33,660 $34,205 $33,630 $33,660 $33,351 $33,630 $33,212 $33,351 $33,005 $33,212 $32,902 $33,005 $32,630 $32,902 $31,800 $32,630 $31,272 $31,800 $27,689 $31,272 $27,238 $27,689 $27,114 $27,238 $26,880 $27,114 $26,827 $26,880 $26,010 $26,827 $25,601 $26,010 $25,448 $25,601 $25,408 $25,448 $24,831 $25,408 $24,736 $24,831 $24,233 $24,736 $24,044 $24,233 $23,813 $24,044 $23,604 $23,813 $21,846 $23,604 $20,624 $21,846 $15,291 $20,624 $35,412 $15,291

Sources: The Chronicle of Higher Education 10/28/10 issue; American University Competition Profile, Fall 2009 Notes: According to the College Board's annual tuition survey, the average in-state tuition increase at public four-year institutions from * State institutions indicate out-of-state tuition rates AY2009-10 to AY2010-11 is 7.9%, the average tuition increase at private four-year institutions from AY2009-10 to AY2010-11 is 4.5%. Sources: The Chronicle of Higher Education 10/28/10 issue; American University Competition Profile, Fall 2009 * State institutions indicate out-of-state tuition rates

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