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University of North Florida
“No one like you, no place like this”
BOG Meeting
University Work Plan Presentation
June 16, 2010
Orlando, Florida
University of North Florida
Current Profile
Mission: The University of North Florida fosters the intellectual and cultural growth and civic awareness
of its students, preparing them to make significant contributions to their communities in the region and
beyond.
Enrollment (fall 2009):
Current UNF Data
16, 719 (89.1% undergraduate)
Number of degrees granted (2008-09)
2,892 Bachelor’s, 586 Master’s, 33 Doctoral
Endowment value:
$71 million
Economic impact:
$1 billion annually
“No one like you, no place like this” – learning-centered environment, vibrant student
life, relevant graduate educational opportunities, Transformational Learning Opportunities
A steward of place – generating intellectual, cultural, economic capital for the region and
the state
Core Strengths
Flagship programs in Community Nursing, Transportation & Logistics, International
Business, Coastal Biology
Centers and Institutes including Taylor Research Institute, Center for Global Health &
Medical Diplomacy, Environmental Center, Small Business Development Center, Florida
Institue of Education
Faculty and student research projects aligned with New Florida initiative:
Deployment of Innovative Sensors, Military Laptop Fuel Cell Power Supply, Weather
Research (combined 18.5 million)
Institutional Peers
UNC Charlotte, Portland State University, Towson University
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University of North Florida
Future Directions
Vision: The University of North Florida aspires to be a preeminent public institution of higher learning
that will serve the North Florida region at a level of national quality.
UNF Work Plan
Projected Growth
5-10 Year Goals
Institutional Aspirants
As Florida emerges in the next few years as the nation’s third largest state, overtaking
New York, the University of North Florida will renew its commitment to offer a singular
undergraduate experience, strengthen its commitment to provide relevant and needed
graduate programs, and purposefully intensify research activity in support both of
undergraduate and graduate education and the discovery and application of knowledge.
UNF Student Enrollment :
25,000 – 30,000 capacity
Jacksonville Population:
State of Florida Population:
1.7 million (Yr 2020 rank: 37th for 250 metro areas)
22.5 million (Yr 2020 3rd most populous state)
Improved completion rates & number of degrees
Reduction in class size & student-faculty ratios
Increased educational opportunities in STEM areas
New regionally appropriate master’s & doctoral programs
Expanded aid & programs (Jacksonville Commitment Program)
Recruitment of talented faculty & collaborative research initiatives with local industry
Development of new patents & technologies, increased federal expenditures
Appalachian State University, James Madison University, Miami Univesity – Ohio
Montclair State University, The College of New Jersey
University of Maryland – Baltimore County, UNC Wilmington
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University of North Florida
Campus Map 2010
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University of North Florida
System Goals
New Florida Goals
“The global driver of economic prosperity centers on the knowledge, innovation, and
talent that is produced by strong public universities from this point forward.”
Measure
2008-09
Peer-Aspirant
Average
Target
(2013-14)
 Freshmen retention rates
 78.6%
 84.6%
 82%
 Six-year graduation rates
 48.1%
 65.1%
 49%
 Number of degrees awarded (Bachelor’s, Master’s, Doctoral)
 3,511
 3,516
 4,369
 Percent Bachelor’s degrees awarded (Pell)
 29.4%
 34.4.% (SUS)
 29.9%
 Percent Bachelor’s degrees awarded (Black)
 9.6%
 13.1% (SUS)
 10.8%
 Percent Bachelor’s degrees awarded (Hispanic)
 5.8%
 17.8% (SUS)
 8.1%
 Percent Bachelor’s degrees awarded STEM, Health, Education
 23%
 24% (SUS)
 24%
 Percent Graduate degrees awarded in STEM, Health,
Education
 19%
 41% (SUS)
 23%
 Total 2008 academic research and development expenditures
 $13,966,175
 Percent revenue from grants & contracts
 $17,229,003
 $20,390,000
 7%
 Total research expenditures as a percentage of total
expenditures
 10%
 8.5%
 2%
 5%
 5%
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University of North Florida
Moving the “Needle”
UNF Goal 1: Enrich the learning environment and provide support to assure student success
Specific Actions:
Expand undergraduate advising
Increase number of faculty
Expand distance learning
Measure
2008-09
Peer-Aspirant
Average
Target
(2013-14)
 Student-Faculty ratio
 21:1
 17.8:1
 20:1
 Student-Advisor ratio (lower division)
 436:1
 NA
 411:1
 Student-Advisor ratio (upper division)
 425:1
 NA
 432:1
 % Classes under 20
 21%
 35%
 31%
 % Student credit hour taught by full-time faculty
 78.2%
 68.2% (SUS)
 81.4%
 Number of distance learning courses
 112
 NA
 180
 Centralized IT funding per student fte (2007)
 $916
 NA
 $1100
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University of North Florida
Moving the “Needle”
UNF Goal 2: Increase access and diversity
Specific Actions:
Increase need-based scholarships
Increase merit-based scholarships
Expand Jacksonville Commitment Program
Measure
 Percentage of underrepresented students
2008-09
Peer-Aspirant
Average
Target
(2013-14)
 23%
 26%
 First-year retention rates among blacks & Hispanic population
 24%
 83% & 74%
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
85% & 80%
 Six-year graduation rates among blacks & Hispanic population (2007)
 37% & 47%
 56% & 61%

42% & 52%
 Entering SAT scores
 1110-1270
 1021-1217
 1150-1280
 Percent international students
 2%
 3.2%
 3%
 Average annual total need-based aid scholarships per FTE
 $305
 $967
 $500
 Number of non-need-based scholarship awardees
 376
 NA
 409
NA
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University of North Florida
Moving the “Needle”
UNF Goal 3: Advance basic and applied research
Specific Actions:
Target funding for Taylor Research Institute to advance coastal and estuarine engineering
Recruit faculty to high-potential programs
Provide adequate resources for graduate and research programs
Deepen electronic and print library resources
Measure
2008-09
Peer-Aspirant
Average
Target
(2013-14)
 Number of graduate programs
 28
 56
 32
 Total library expenditures per student FTE (2007)
 $275
 $447
 $300
 Federally financed academic R&D expenditures (2008)
 $7,294,000
 $6,396,875
 $10,648,919
 Number of new contracts & grants
 92
 NA
 112
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University of North Florida
Student Enrollment
Enrollment Plan 2010-11 Funded (full-time equivalents)
Category
Total FTE
2010-11
Funded
10,000
Enrollment Projections 2010-2015 (full-time equivalents)
Category
2010-11
Estimated
2011-12
Estimated
2013-14
Estimated
2015-16
Estimated
5-Yr Projected
Average
Florida Resident
9,669
9,870
10,284
10,744
2.13%
Non-Resident
499
509
530
555
2.13%
Lower
3,820
3,877
3,994
4,115
1.5%
Upper
5,348
5,482
5,759
6,051
2.5%
Total Grad I
870
887
923
961
2.00%
Total Grad II
130
133
138
172
5.98%
Total FTE
10,168
10,379
10,814
11,299
2.13%
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University of North Florida
New Degree Programs (potential)
Academic Programs
PhD in Coastal Engineering and Management
MS in Materials Science
MS in Transportation & Logistics
MS American Sign Language/Interpreting
DrPH Public Health
MS in Social Work
New Degree Programs (on master plan)
Proposed BOT
Approval Date
Level
CIP Code
Title
Proposed
Implementation
Date
June 24, 2010
M
51.3101
Nutrition &
Dietetics
Fall 2010
January 2011
B
50.0703
Art History
Summer 2011
January 2011
B
51.3101
Nutrition &
Dietetics
Summer 2011
January 2011
B
38.0201
Religious Studies
Fall 2011
January 2012
PSM
03.0103
Environmental
Management
Fall 2012
January 2013
MM
50.0903
Music
Fall 2013
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University of North Florida
Resources Needed
Request for Support
Assumptions
The fulfillment of UNF’s mission and the pursuit of its
institutional aspirations are contigent upon the
acquisition of sufficient resources from a combination of
sources.
Total funding needed: $7,035,978 ($6,575,978 recurring)
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State funding
New Florida Plan
Academic Enhancement Fee
Tuition Differential Fee
Capital Campaign
Actions
Restoration of 23 faculty lines - $1,243,590
Advising (staff, programming) - $793,180
Student Life programming - $471,253
Expansion of distance learning - $774,655
Need-based support (staff, programming) - $459,800
Increased research capacity:
•Taylor Research Institute & Coastal Bio - $1,791,500 ($450,000 non-recurring)
•Supplemental start-up funding
•Increase faculty (10 new lines) in BOG identified strategic areas of emphasis - $702,000
•Increase graduate student support - $265,000
Faculty development (library, programming) - $510,000
Increase support of community engagement activities and Transformational Learning Opportunities - $235,000 ($10,000 non-recurring)
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University of North Florida
Request for Support
Tuition Differential
Tuition Differential Fee Proposal
• UNF was not eligible to request tuition differential for
2008
 7% increase
• Alignment with Florida Statutes to address:
 $211.80 increase/30 credit hours
• Access and greater production of degrees
• Available courses and reduction of time-to-degree
• Greater interaction between student and faculty
• Improved instructional delivery to undergraduates
Tuition Differential 70% Undergraduate Education
 Fund additional 18 faculty lines
 Fund 1 lab manager
Number of course sections added: 139
Expected outcomes: increased course offerings, decrease in
excess hours, overall graduation rates, student-faculty
ratio
 $7.06 increase/credit hour
 Total new revenue generated 2010-11: $1,824,978
 Total revenue 2009-2011: $2,933,883
 Salaries + Benefits = $2,053,718
 Need-based aid = $880,718
Tuition Differential 30% Undergraduate Financial Need
 Fund Jacksonville Commitment Program (need-based aid)
for students graduating from Duval County Public Schools
 Fund SWOOP Scholarships (need-based aid) for area high
school students
 Fund need-based aid for undergraduate population
Total number of additional students served: 133
Expected outcomes: access, increased graduation rates
among underrrepresented population, strengthened
advising for at-risk students
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University of North Florida
Academic Enhancement Fee
Request for Support
Academic Enhancement Fee Proposal
 UNF has not imposed a technology fee
 Implementation date: August, 2010
 Funding priorities aligned with Student Government
and Board of Trustee requests
 5% increase
 Supports overall student success and Board of
Governors strategic goals
Persistence & Graduation Rates
• Expand and restructure advising system
Metric: First year retention rates, 4- & 5-year graduation rates
 Increase distance learning course offerings
Metric: overall retention rates, 4- & 5-year retention rates,
number of dl courses offered
 $4.78 increase/credit hour
 Total revenue generated: $1,883,320
Student Financial Support
 Transformational Learning Opportunity Scholarships
Metric: student learning gains, overall retention rates
 Need-based financial aid funding
Metric: first-year retention rates, number of students from
underserved populations
 Additional course sections
Metric: overall retention rates, 4- & 5-year graduation rates, s/f
ratio, average class size
 Improved or expanded campus transition and
leadership programs
Metric: First-to-second year and second-to-third year retention
rates
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