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2016- 2017 Annual Report Turning the Dials on Student Success


Our 2020 Goals • Increase the number of baccalaureate degrees by 12 %. • Improve the 6-year graduation rate of minority students by 4 percent. • Increase the number of graduates employed in Florida by 3 percent. • Enhance the salaries that our graduates earn in the workplace by 10 %


2015-2016 The challenges were great

Stalled Launch Legislative budget request was not approved. The Consortium revisited its resources and projects.

Getting in the Room With the stalled launch, anticipating and understanding target audiences impacted support, advocacy, and awareness efforts

Communication Getting one University on the same page was difficult, getting all three was almost impossible. The Exec Dir. traveled nearly 15,000 miles and made over 200 phone calls in FY 15-16


2016-2017 Opportunities to collaborate

Career Readiness Increase career readiness resources an area of strength. Engage employers and community leaders.

Collective Insights Share best practices across institutions, cross train, and scale

Sustain Momentum Increase access to data, build collaborative model, evaluate areas for institutional change


Impact Our Performance Metrics

Performance Outcomes % of Bachelor’s Enrolled or Employed

Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded – 1st Degree Median Salary

Six-Year Minority Graduation Rate

Source: State University System of Florida

Consortium

SUS

2014 Stats

68%

67%

65.5%

32,046

48%

30450

38,477

+1%

+.7%

34,110

67%

68.5%


BACCALAUREATE DEGREES AWARDED 34,200

Original Projections

Performance Plus Projections

34,110

Current Progress

33,700

33,200

32,700 32,210 32,200 32,046

32,036

31,211

31,700 31,176 31,200

31,500

30,700

30,200

30,950

30,450 Baseline

2016

2017

2018


SIX YEAR GRAD RATES MINORIT Y STUDENTS (2010 COHORT)

67.5

Original Projections

Performance Plus Projections

Current Progress

67

67

66.5

66

65.5 65 65

64.5 64

64

64

64.5 64

63.5 63

63.5

63

62.5 Baseline

2016

2017

2018


FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT OR CONTINUING EDUCATION 69

Original Projections

Performance Plus Projections

Current Progress 68.5

68.5 68 68 67.5 67.5

67 66.5 66.5

66.2 66 66.25 65.5 65.5

66 65.75

65 Baseline

2016

2017

2018


MEDIAN SALARY

39,750

Original Projections

39,250

Performance Plus Projections

Current Progress

39,072

38,750 38,477

38,250

37,750

37,072

37,250

36,750 36,419

36,072

36,250 36,585

35,750

36,230 35,520

35,875

35,250 Baseline

2016

2017

2018


Access Populations Ensuring Every Student Gets a Shot

42.5%

56%

66%

Source: State University System of Florida

Pell Grant Recipients

% SUS Minority Enrollment

% SUS Hispanic Enrollment


Enrollment Statistics The Consortium, Student by Student

Enrollment Number

Total Enrollment

Undergraduate Enrollment

Graduate Enrollment

Minority Enrollment

State University System Total

352,116

267,364

64,824

136,140

Florida Consortium Total

169,258

132,737

27,923

76,636

Percentage of SUS Total

48%

49%

43%

56.2%

Percent Growth / Decline from 2016 Benchmark

No change

+.3%

-.6%

+1.6%

Source: State University System of Florida


Enrollment Statistics The Consortium, Student by Student

Enrollment Number

Total Enrollment

Undergraduate Enrollment

Graduate Enrollment

Minority Enrollment

State University System Total

345,672

267,364

62,738

131,882

Florida Consortium Total

166,058

130,295

27,170

73,885

Percentage of SUS Total

48%

48.7%

44.9%

56%

Percent Growth / Decline from 2014 Benchmark

-1.3%

+.04%

No Change

+.02%

Source: State University System of Florida


Underserved Populations Helping Everyone Achieve More

Enrollment Number

Pell Grant Recipients

College System Transfers

African American Degrees

Hispanic Degrees

State University System Total

106,726

21,533

8,023

17,093

Florida Consortium Total

57,008

13,678

3379

11,147

Percentage of SUS Total

53.4%

63.5%

42%

53.%

Percent Growth / Decline from 2014 Benchmark

+4.4%

+2.1%

+1.5%

+1.5%

Source: State University System of Florida


2016-2017 Impact Communication

170,000 students 166,000 miles traveled 2000 hours of conference calls/meetings

200 Contributors across FIU, UCF, USF 15 External Partners Engaged 14 Sponsored Events 9 Panel/Speakerships 2 Published Articles 1 Report


2016-2017 Highlights FL BOG

Presidents Council

Florida Chamber Capital Days


2016-2017 Highlights Student Success Conference

Florida College Access Network

Florida Chamber Learners to Earners Summit


2016-2017 Highlights Florida International Trade & Investment Conference

Statewide Employability Summit

STEM Network Improvement Communities


2016-2017 Highlights


2016-2017 Highlights

Featured Speaker Dan Restuccia Chief Analytics Officer Burning Glass Technologies

Host Latoya Hodge Assistant Director Florida Consortium


Our Strategic Partners It takes a village to make long term sustained change


Partnerships


New Partnerships


Presidents Council

Mark B. Rosenberg, Ph.D. President Florida International University

John Hitt, Ph.D. President University of Central Florida

Judy Genshaft , Ph.D. President University of South Florida Systems

Paul Luna President, Chief Executive Officer Helios Education Foundation


Leadership Team

Elizabeth Bejar Vice President for Academic Affairs Florida International University

Maribeth Ehasz, Ph.D. Vice President of Student Development Enrollment Services University of Central Florida

Paul Dosal, Ph.D. Vice President for Student Affairs and Student Success, University of South Florida

Michael Preston, Ed. D. Executive Director Florida Consortium of Metropolitan Research Universities


Address

Phone & Fax

Online

Florida Consortium of Metropolitan Research Universities 12424 Research Parkway , 101 Orlando, FL 32826

407-823-1871 Fax: 407-823-1886

Web: http://floridaconsortium.com Twitter: @FLConsortium Facebook: @floridahigheredconsortium

2016- 2017 Florida Consortium of Metropolitan Research Universities Annual Slides  
2016- 2017 Florida Consortium of Metropolitan Research Universities Annual Slides  

Summary and highlights on the Florida Consortium's second year of working together.

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