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Planning & Performance Matrix GOAL

Primary Performance Indicators

Secondary Performance Indicators

Type of Measure

Data Source

Responsible Vice President

USF Performance (TARU 2006)

AAU (public) Average Performance (TARU 2005)

USF Performance 2004-05

USF Performance 2005-06

USF Performance 2006-07

Goal 2007-08

Goal 2008-09

Goal 2009-10

Goal 2010-11

Goal 2011-12

1. EXPANDING WORLD-CLASS INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH, CREATIVE, AND SCHOLARLY ENDEAVORS

AAU Public 25%

AAU Public 50%

Projected 2011-2012

A.I.1. Federal R&D expenditures

AAU, NSF, TARU

NSF Expenditure Survey

SVP Academic Affairs, VP Health, VP Research

$127 M (2004)

$218 M

$143 M

$151 M e

$153 M e

$156 M

$170 M

$183 M

$198 M

$211 M

$205 M

$404 M

A.I.2. Total research expenditures

Carnegie, NSF, TARU

NSF Expenditure Survey

SVP Academic Affairs, VP Health, VP Research

$240 M (2004)

TBD

$259 M

$282 M e

$304 M e

$318 M

$347 M

$373 M

$404 M

$430 M

$255 M

$495 M

A.I.3. Total R&D Non-S&E expenditures

Carnegie, NSF

NSF Expenditure Survey

SVP Academic Affairs, VP Research

NA

NA

$17 M

$19 M e

$20 M e

$21 M

$23 M

$24 M

$27 M

$28 M

A.I.4. USDA, State, Industrial Research Expenditures

AAU

NSF Expenditure Survey

SVP Academic Affairs, VP Research

NA

NA

$78 M

$52 M

$59 M

$70 M

$76 M

$82 M

$88 M

$94 M

$28 M

$67 M

A.I.5a. Postdoctoral appointees

AAU, Carnegie, NSF, TARU

NSF Survey Grad Students and Postdoctorates in S&E

SVP Academic Affairs, VP Health

105 (2004)

448

105

179

183

189

206

224

241

259

227

584

A.I.5b. Non-faculty S&E research staff with doctorates

Carnegie, NSF

NSF Survey Grad Students and Postdoctorates in S&E

SVP Academic Affairs, VP Health

NA

NA

13

9

62

70

77

85

94

104

AAU

ISI database

SVP Academic Affairs, VP Health

NA

NA

1,216

1,251

1,287

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

A.II.1. Citations, scholarly publications, and creative products in the arts, humanities, and social sciences

USF

Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

Pending Source

Pending Source

Pending Source

Pending Source

Pending Source

Pending Source

Pending Source

Pending Source

A.II.2. Patents issued

USF

AUTM

VP Research

NA

NA

24

29

29

25

31

33

33

33

A.II.3. Start-up companies formed

USF

AUTM

VP Research

NA

NA

7

8

8

7

8

9

9

9

A.I.5. S&E research staff

A.I.6. Citations - US University Science Indicators A.I.6a. Number of papers

2547

2. PROMOTING GLOBALLY COMPETITIVE UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE, AND PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS THAT SUPPORT INTERDISCIPLINARY INQUIRY, INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT, KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL ACQUISITION, AND STUDENT SUCCESS THROUGH A DIVERSE, FULLY-ENGAGED, LEARNER CENTERED CAMPUS ENVIRONMENT B.I.7. Doctorates awarded

AAU, NSF, TARU

IPEDS Completions

SVP Academic Affairs

194 (2005)

424

194

184

210 e

217

228

234

253

265

B.I.7a. Doctorates humanities

Carnegie

USF Projections

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

19

17

18 e

18

18

20

20

21

B.I.7b. Doctorates social sciences

Carnegie

USF Projections

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

29

32

34 e

35

36

37

39

40

B.I.7c. Doctorates STEM

Carnegie

USF Projections

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

60

65

73 e

74

79

78

83

83

B.I.7d. Doctorates other

Carnegie

USF Projections

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

80

81

85 e

90

95

99

111

121

B.I.8. National Academy members

AAU, TARU

NAS, NAE, IOM

SVP Academic Affairs, VP Health, VP Research

2 (2005)

37

2

2

2

2

4

6

8

B.I.9. NRC faculty quality rating

AAU

NRC

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

NA

NA

TBD (survey underway)

B.I.10. Faculty arts and humanities , awards fellowships, and memberships

TARU (AAU similar)

27 & 24 lists

SVP Academic Affairs

5 (2005)

22

6

TBD

TBD

10

12

15

18

B.I.11. Index of undergraduate and graduate education access, selectivity, progress, and success

USF

Various

SVP Academic Affairs, VP Student Affairs

B.II.4a. SAT interquartile range for new FTICs

TARU

Common Data Set

SVP Academic Affairs

v 490-590; q 490-600 (Corrected)

TBD

1020-1180 490-590; 490-600

1050-1210 510-600; 520-610

1050-1200 500-600; 510-610

1070-1210

1080-1220

1090-1230

1100-1240

1100-1250

1140-1270

B.II.5. Mean HS GPA for new FTICs (Fall)

USF

Common Data Set

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

3.73

3.53

3.61

3.65

3.68

3.71

3.74

3.78

4.00

B.II.6. Percentage of new FTICs in top 10% of high school class

USNWR

Common Data Set

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

21%

23%

24%

25%

25%

26%

27%

27%

57%

B.II.7. Number of new National Merit, National Achievement, and National Hispanic Scholars enrolled (Fall)

USF

USF e-Profile

SVP Academic Affairs

18

23

28

35

40

45

50

TBD

B.II.8b. Percentage of first generation of UG students enrolled (Fall)

USF

NAFSA

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

14.7%

14.4%

14%

15%

15%

15%

15%

15%

TBD

B.II.9. Percentage of undergraduate students receiving Pell grants (Fall)

USF

Fin Aid

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

27%

27%

25%

25%

25%

25%

25%

25%

TBD

B.II.11. Freshmen retention rate

USF

Common Data Set

SVP Academic Affairs VP Student Affairs

NA

NA

81%

82%

81%

84%

87%

88%

89%

90%

90%

B.II.12a. Percentage of undergraduate students enrolled in study abroad (academic year)

USF

International Affairs

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

2.1%

2.1%

2.1%

2.5%

3.0%

3.8%

4.5%

5.0%

TBD

B.II.12.b. Percentage of undergraduate international students (Fall)

USF

USF e-Profile

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

2.1%

1.9%

1.7%

1.7%

1.9%

2.1%

2.3%

2.5%

1.1%

B.II.12.c. Percentage of graduate international students (Fall)

USF

USF e-Profile

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

8.9%

8.4%

8.2%

8.0%

8.3%

8.7%

9.2%

9.7%

19.6%

B.II.13a. 6-year graduation rates for First-Time-In-College (FTIC/freshmen) students

USNWR

Common Data Set

SVP Academic Affairs VP Student Affairs

NA

NA

49% (Fall 97)

47% (Fall 98)

48% (Fall 99)

49%

51%

53%

55%

63%

71%

B.II.13b. 3-year graduation rates for Transfer (AA completers) students

USNWR

CSRDE

SVP Academic Affairs VP Student Affairs

NA

NA

50% (2000)

46% (2001)

48% (2002)

48%

49%

51%

53%

55%

TBD

B.II.14.a. Years to completion, Master's

USF

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

3.6

3.6

3.5

3.3

3.1

2.8

2.6

2.2

B.II.14.b. Years to completion, Doctoral

USF

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

7.3

7.3

7.1

6.9

6.4

6.0

5.5

5.0

B.II.14b. Number of recipients of nationally prestigious scholarships (Rhodes, Truman, Goldwater, Marshall, Mitchell etc)

USF

EPM

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

0

0

0

2

4

6

8

10

B.II.17. Percentage of degree-seeking undergraduates living on campus (in institutionally-owned, -controlled, or -affiliated housing.)

Carnegie

Common Data Set

EVP/CFO, VP Student Affairs

NA

NA

13%

13%

12%

13%

15%

20%

23%

25%

`

337

10% AAU 250

10

17

34

20

18

24

SUS Sel 50% FSU, UCF, UF


Planning & Performance Matrix GOAL

Primary Performance Indicators

Secondary Performance Indicators

Type of Measure

Data Source

Responsible Vice President

USF Performance (TARU 2006)

AAU (public) Average Performance (TARU 2005)

USF Performance 2004-05

USF Performance 2005-06

USF Performance 2006-07

Goal 2007-08

Goal 2008-09

Goal 2009-10

Goal 2010-11

Goal 2011-12

AAU Public 25%

AAU Public 50%

3. LOCAL AND GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT INITIATIVES TO STRENGTHEN AND SUSTAIN HEALTHY COMMUNITIES AND TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE

C.II.1a. Number of community-based research awards. (Fiscal year)

USF

Source required

SVP Academic Affairs VP Health VP/ CEOs Regional Campues VP Research

NA

NA

CII.1b. Expenditures for community-based research grants and contracts. (Fiscal year)

USF

Source required

VP Academic Affairs VP Health VP/CEOs Regional Campues VP Research

NA

NA

C.II.2a. Number of service learning course sections delivered. (Academic year)

USF

Source required

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

C.II.2b. Total enrollment in service learning courses. (Academic year)

USF

Source required

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

C.II.2c. Number of student volunteer hours provided to the community. (Academic year)

USF

Source required

VP Student Affairs

NA

NA

C.II.3. Number of community partnerships.

USF

Source required

SVP Academic Affairs

NA

NA

These measures will be more fully defined with faculty input. Mechanisms for data collection will be devised. Consideration to be given to measures prepared by NASULGC's Committee on Benchmarking Outreach and Engagement.

71,731

85,682

93,500

105,800

113,135

124,448

136,892

150,581

4. ENHANCING ALL SOURCES OF REVENUE, AND MAXIMIZING EFFECTIVENESS IN BUSINESS PRACTICES AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT TO ESTABLISH A STRONG AND SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC BASE IN SUPPORT OF USF'S GROWTH

D.II.1a. Endowment value

TARU

NACUBO

VP Advancement

$298 M (2005)

TBD

$298 M

$330 M

$370 M e

$390 M

$405 M

$425 M

$440 M

$465 M

TBD

D.II.1b. Annual giving

TARU

CAE/VSE

VP Advancement

$23 M (2005)

TBD

$26 M

$50 M

$30 M e

$32.5 M

$35 M

$37.5 M

$40 M

$42.5 M

TBD

CAE/VSE

VP Advancement

$69 M

$75 M

$80 M

$95 M

$115 M

$135 M

$150 M

TBD TBD

D.II.1c. Total Cash and Commitments

AAU Primary Indicators

D.II.1d Alumni Giving Rate (%)

USNWR

USNWR

VP Advancement

NA

NA

5%

5%

6%

6.5%

7.0%

7.8%

8.5%

9.0%

D.II.2. Technology transfer and licensing revenues

USF

AUTM

EVP/CFO, VP Research

NA

NA

$1,548,818

$1,704,025

$1,708,025

$1,491,022

$1,806,267

$1,914,642

$1,914,642

$1,914,642

D.II.3a. Bond rating

USF

Moody's

EVP/CFO

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

D.II.3b. Debt Capacity Measures:

USF

EVP/CFO

D.II.3b(i) Debt Service Coverage (x)

USF

EVP/CFO

7.19 x

4.53 x

4.20 x

4.53 x

4.25 x

D.II.3b(ii) Operating Profit (%)

USF

EVP/CFO

0.65%

-0.25%

-0.85%

-0.92%

-1.32%

D.II.3b(iii) Total Financial Resources / Debt (x)

USF

EVP/CFO

1.61 x

1.48 x

1.54 x

1.59 x

1.65 x

D.II.4a Planned Increase in Recurring E&G/Lottery funds (Enrollment Growth)

USF

President, SVP Academic Affairs, EVP/CFO, VP Health

D.II.4b Planned Increase in Recurring E&G/Lottery funds (State Legislative Budget Request)

USF

SVP Academic Affairs, EVP/CFO, VP Health, VP Research

D.II.4c Planned Increase in Non-Recurring E&G/Lottery funds (State Legislative Budget Request)

USF

SVP Academic Affairs, EVP/CFO, VP Health, VP Research

D.II.5 Planned Increase in Tuition & Fee Revenue

USF

President, SVP Academic Affairs, EVP/CFO

D.II.6 Planned PECO allocation for Capital Construction

USF

President, SVP Academic Affairs, EVP/CFO

D.II.7 Revenues from Auxiliary Operations (Expendable Balance)

USF

EVP/CFO

D.II.8 Planned Congressional Appropriations (to support Federal Legislative Budget Request)

USF

President, VP Research

TARU Performance Measure

e estimated

x times

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