The Landscape of Louisiana Higher Education

Updated 5/2016 Louisiana Board of Regents The Board of Regents coordinates the efforts of the state's 33 public degree-granting institutions through planning, policy-making, and operations. The 1974 Louisiana Constitution gives the Board of Regents the following authority: To review or eliminate existing degree programs or departments; To approve, disapprove, or modify proposed academic programs or departments; To study both the need for and feasibility of new postsecondary institutions as well as the conversion of existing schools into campuses offering more advanced courses of study; To formulate and update a master plan for higher education (which must include a higher education funding formula); and To review annual budget proposals for the operating and capital needs of each public institution. 2 3 Louisiana Graduates for Louisiana Jobs Louisiana's High-Demand Job Openings 16.00% 84.00% Post-Secondary Credential or Some College Required

High School Diploma or Less 1.1 million Louisianians can not meet the basic requirements to apply for Louisianas top jobs. Source: Louisiana Workforce Commission Long-Term Occupational Forecast Louisiana Higher Educations Lack of Funding Stability Louisiana Topping The Wrong List Leading the Nation in Higher Education Disinvestment State support for higher education has been reduced by nearly 44% and nearly 20% considering all sources of funding. Source: BoR Finance Data Budget Cuts = Increased Tuition & Fees Since 08-09: Tuition and fees have increased approximately 99% while funding has been reduced (44% state / nearly 20% all

sources). Cost burdens for higher education has shifted from the state to students and families. Tuition & Fee Increases 4-year institutions +$3,646 *Based on annual average per full-time student Source: Board of Regents Average Tuition and Fees Comparison Tuition & Fee Increases 2-year institutions +$1,821 Funds for Operations Per Full-Time Equivalent Student Significantly Lower than SREB Average (All 4-Year Institutions) $16,000 $14,000 $12,000 $10,000 SREB States

$8,000 Louisiana $6,000 $4,000 $2,000 $2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Source: SREB Southern Regional Education Board 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014* Funds for Operations Per Full-Time Equivalent Student (All 4-Year Institutions)

State General Purpose Net Tuition & Fee Revenue Source: SREB Southern Regional Education Board Funds for Operations Per Full-Time Equivalent Student Significantly (All 2-Year Institutions) Lower than SREB Average $8,000 $7,000 $6,000 $5,000 SREB States Louisiana $4,000 $3,000 $2,000

$1,000 $2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Source: SREB Southern Regional Education Board 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014* Funds for Operations Per FullTime Equivalent Student (All 2-Year Institutions) State General Purpose Local Net Tuition & Fee Revenue Source: Source: SREB Southern Regional Education Board

Louisiana Higher Education: The True Picture Higher Education Institutions (Excluding LOSFA and Hospitals) Fiscal Year Total State Funds Self Generated Funds $721,868,856 FY0809 $1,571,583,691 Federal Funds and Interagency Transfers $142,575,679 FY 0809 Mandated Costs Paid Back To The State *FY 0809 Scholarships and Fellowships Dollars available for operations Fiscal Year Total State Funds Self Generated Funds $887,827,220 $1,326,573,254 FY1516 Federal Funds and Interagency Transfers $67,827,247

FY 1516 Mandated Costs Paid Back To The State *FY 1516 Scholarships and Fellowships Dollars available for operations Change in 8 years, $352.9M Less for operations Total $2,436,028,226 ($443,993,827) ($110,069,018) $1,881,965,381 Total $2,282,227,721 ($560,925,673) ($192,287,541) $1,529,014,507 ($352,950,874) FY0809 Fall Enrollment 210,685 FY0809 EMPLOYEES 31,749

FY1516 Fall Enrollment 219,088 FY1516 EMPLOYEES 26,779 More Students Enrolled 8,403 Less FTE Employees 4,971 (16%) Note: Self generated funds include $123 million of TOPSawards in FY09 and $265 million in FY16. *Institutions provide scholarships/fellowships to attract the best students and to abide by legislative mandates at the expense of not receiving all budgeted tuition/fees. HIGHER EDUCATION MANDATED COSTS EXCEED $550M 63 cents of every dollar allocated to Higher Education now goes back to the state for mandated costs FY 2008-09 FY 2015-16 $ Change

% Change $53,307,971 $51,380,489 ($1,927,482) -3.61%% Civil Service/CPTP $1,279,386 $1,200,316 ($79,070) -6.18% Legislative Auditor $3,986,205 $6,134,442 $2,148,237

53.89% $61,583,411 $66,037,417 $4,454,006 7.23% $131,227,496 $214,190,296 $82,962,800 63.22% $18,984,958 $26,286,551 $7,301,593 38.46% $115,175,382

$109,044,869 ($6,130,513) -5.32 $58,449,018 $80,678,685 $22,229,667 38.03% LCTCS (Other) $0 $344,814 $344,814 100% EACMC Retiree/ORM $0

$3,424,035 $3,424,035 100% HPLMC Retiree/ORM $0 $2,203,769 $2,203,759 100% $443,993,827 $560,925,673 $116,931,846 26.35% Office of Risk Management LASERS Teachers

Other Retirement Group Insurance Active Group Insurance - Retirees Total Source: Board of Regents - Submitted by Systems education funding goes to back to the state for mandated costs $ $ $ $ State Support Mandated Costs $887,827,220 - $560,925,673 $326,901,547 *State support number includes LCTCS pass through and rapid response funds

Source: Board of Regents Average Tuition and Fees Comparison Remaining state support for higher education Deferred Maintenance Deferred maintenance costs for higher education exceeds $1.5B dollars. Higher education funding to maintain its facilities has decreased 96% since 2008. Source: Board of Regents Increasing Demand for our Graduates In 2015, Louisiana high school graduation rates reached an all time high but public higher education enrollment is the lowest since 2009 Largest Enrollment Since 08-09 228,872 228,930 224,887

223,815 221,110 219,016 215,170 210,613 Formula Fully Funded Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011 Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Fall 2014 Fall 2015

Total fall headcount enrollment (Includes students enrolled at technical, two-year, four-year and specialized institutions) Source: Board of Regents 2025 BoR Master Plan Educational Attainment Goal of 46% 60000 To get to 46%, the State needs to produce 1,629 additional graduates per year (compounded) from 13-14 through 2025- an annual growth rate of 5.6% 50000 40000 30000 Actuals 20000 NCHEMS May 2014 If we continue our avg. rate of

growth in graduates (3.5%) we would add 847 additional graduates per year and achieve a 40% educational attainment rate by 2025 Current Trajectory 250,000 Fall Enrollment for Public Higher Education 228,872 4,943 228,930 5,111 141,444 140,571 224,887 5,115 221,110 5,001

219,016 4,942 136,569 136,129 215,170 4,302 200,000 150,000 139,269 Fall Total 139,122 Specialized (Law and Health Sciences) 100,000 4-Year 6,340 5,822

Total 2-Yr/Tech 6,044 5,692 5,695 LCTCS 5,746 50,000 76,145 77,426 74,459 73,848 72,250 66,000 2010-11 2011-12

2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 0 Source: Statewide Student Profile System - Data Submitted by institutions 19 Louisiana Higher Education Enrollment Trends Louisiana Public Higher Education Enrollment by System System Fall 2014 Enrollment Fall 2015 Enrollment

Louisiana State University System 44,646 45,626 University of Louisiana System 89,379 90,483 Southern University System 12,741 13,061 Louisiana Community and Technical College System 72,250 66,000 Total

219,016 215,170 Source: Statewide Student Profile System - Data Submitted by institutions 21 Undergraduate Enrollment by Age Group 225,0 00 200,0 00 175,0 00 203,8 48 55,52 0 204,6 04 56,13

5 201,0 77 198,1 62 196,0 03 191,6 27 52,71 8 50,65 9 48,93 8 44,99 0 150,0 00

125,0 00 25 and Over 100,0 00 75,0 00 24 and Under 148,3 28 148,4 69 148,3 59 147,5 03 147,0 65

147,6 37 201415 201516 50,0 00 25,0 00 0 201020112012201311 12 13 14 Source: Statewide Student Profile System - Data Submitted by institutions Higher Education & K-12 The number of high school students enrolled in postsecondary courses has increased: Fall 2010 - 18,551 Fall 2013 - 20,454 Fall 2014 22,875 Source: Board of Regents Educating Our Own

89% of all Louisiana students enrolled in college attend locally. Source: Board of Regents Louisiana students are more likely to attend college close to home! Graduating Our Own Program Completers That Lead to 4 & 5 Star Rated Jobs (Academic Year 2014-15 ) Discipline Category Associate Degree or Below Baccalaureate or above

Completers from Louisiana Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) 2,193 4,661 79% Health 2,346 3,798 90% 978 4,427 84%

2,570 1,159 93% 2 2,707 90% 2,498 85% 189 1,483 85% 8,278 20,733 86%

Business and Communication Trades Education Social and Behavioral Sciences and Human Services Arts and Humanities Grand Total Source: Board of Regents Completer System, Louisiana Workforce Commission and Louisiana Economic Development Star Rating System ntists e D e h t 75% of ad uat ed r g A L n i

U. from LS e doc's h t f o 70% d their e t e l p om have c (residency g trainin medical and/or LSU. t a ) l o scho

Louisiana Public Higher Education Efficiencies What is Higher Ed doing to be more efficient? Louisiana higher education has reduced nearly 5,000 full time employees (FTE) since FY09 35,000 31,749 30,752 29,650 29,054 28,400 25,000 27,509 27,089 26,779 FY14

FY15 FY16 15,000 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 5,000 fewer employees 1,197 fewer faculty members 621 fewer administrators 3,153 fewer staff members Eliminated/Consolidated 582 Academic Programs (Jan/2008 and Dec/2015 ) Increased Online Courses & Degrees by 44% Source: Board of Regents Louisiana Higher Education Eciency Among Nations Bestciency Among Nations Best

Louisiana Ranks 16th Nationally in Efficiencies according to the US Chamber of Commerce Louisiana Ranks 4th of 16 SREB States in Efficiencies Source: US Chamber of Commerce Louisiana Colleges and Universities Fuel Research and Innovation Source: PAR Publication 335: Innovation in Louisiana Transfer/Articulation Opportunities There were 3,665 Louisiana Transfer majors in Fall/2014, a 20% increase (+606) over the number of majors in Fall/2013. Louisiana Transfer Degree Majors & Graduates, 2014 - 15 Source: Board of Regents Fact Book 2013 -14 Where are We Now 48 49th th 50 th

Louisiana Ranks 48th Nationally In Educational Attainment Percentage Of Adults With Associates Or Bachelors Degrees 45% 49.1% 40% 44.9% 35% 39.9% 28.4% Source: US Census Bureau 30% 34.9% 25% 29.9% Louisiana Ranks 49th in Total Education Revenue Per FTE Slipping from 48th in 2014 Florida -3,447 Louisiana -2,462 -2,124 Montana

-2,076 Nevada -2,037 California -1,824 LA gets $2,462 less per student in state appropriations and tuition when compared nationally. Utah Connecticut Illinois Michigan Delaware Alaska Wyoming 3,260 3,508 3,604 5,626 6,386 7,387

Figures in dollars Source: SHEEO State Higher Education Finance FY 2015 Louisiana Ranks 50th in Public Higher Education Appropriations Per FTE when compared Nationally For FY 2015, Louisiana has seen the largest percent decline in educational dollars from the state at -28.5 percent. Source: 2015 SHEEO Report Percent Change: 2010-2015 Our Plan The Future of Louisiana Higher Education ELEVATE LOUISIANA:

The New Reality for Higher Education Aligned to the Elevate Louisiana mission, the Board of Regents approved a series of initiatives which address the projected fiscal realities for Louisiana higher education. The initiatives are guided by the following principles: Access to undergraduate education is essential to the population and economy of Louisiana. Access to graduate education must be re-evaluated from a narrower state-wide perspective. Resources must be provided for essential cutting-edge research at selected sites. Postsecondary resources must be targeted to respond to local/regional workforce needs. ELEVATE LOUISIANA: The New Reality for Higher Education The Board of Regents will utilize a framework designed around the following initiatives: 1. Approve, as appropriate, revisions to existing role, scope and mission statements. 2. Develop and Adopt a Policy on mergers/consolidations of institutions. 3. Develop and Adopt a Policy on Financial Early Warning Systems and Financial Stress. 4. Revise Regents Policy on Low-Completer Review to Elevate the Threshold for Review. 5. Conduct a Statewide and Regional Review of all Graduate programs. 6. Conduct a Statewide and Regional Review of Targeted Undergraduate

Programs. 7. Review Degree Program Requirements and Available Courses to Encourage/Reward Structured Pathways to Degrees with Limited Course Choice. The Path Forward Our Focus ELEVATE LOUISIANA Increase Educational Attainment Ensure Affordability Maximize Accountability Our Priorities Significant and Sustainable State Funding Increase Need-based Student Aid Invest in State Capital Outlay DISINVESTMENT/ BUDGET CUTS Louisiana Board of Regents Commissioner Joseph C. Rallo www.regents.la.gov Facebook: Louisiana Board of Regents

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