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					GUIDE FOR SUBMITTING 2011 INSTITUTIONAL SIX-YEAR PLAN
Due Date: July 1, 2011

§ 23-38.87:17. Institutional six-year plans. (See below for complete code reference.)
A. The governing board of each public institution of higher education shall develop and adopt
biennially and amend or affirm annually a six-year plan for the institution and shall submit that
plan to the Council, the Governor, and the Chairs of the House Committee on Appropriations
and the Senate Committee on Finance no later than July 1 of each odd-numbered year, and
shall submit amendments to or an affirmation of that plan no later than July 1 of each even-
numbered year orof Finance, Secretary of Education,Governorof the Department of Planning
B. The Secretary at any other time permitted by the Director or General Assembly.
and Budget, Executive Director of the Council, Staff Director of the House Committee on
Appropriations, and Staff Director of the Senate Committee on Finance, or their designees,
shall review each institution’s plan or amendments and provide comments to the institution on
that plan by September 1 of the relevant year. Each institution shall respond to any such
comments by October 1 of that year.
2011 Six-Year Plans

The 2011 Six-Year Plan consists of three components: Academic, Finance, and
Enrollment/Degree Projections. The first two components are included as worksheets in this
document. The Enrollment/Degree Projections are being developed in a separate process, but
will be incorporated in the Six-Year Plan review.
The 2011 Six-Year Plans are due July 1, 2011. The group outlined in the Top Jobs 21 Act -
see above section B - will meet with each institution during the months of July and August to
review the institution's plan. These meetings will be used to discuss each institution's plan and
provide comments. If changes to the plans are recommended or if additional items are
identified by the Higher Education Advisory Committee (HEAC) in the interim, revised
institutional submissions would be due by October 1.




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Academic Component
The academic component should address academic (including faculty) and support service
strategies the institution intends to employ in meeting the stated objective. It is expected that
descriptions be brief with more detail for the 2012-14 biennium and less detail for 2014-16 and
2016-18 biennia. The description should be at a macro-level with sufficient detail for the
reader to understand the general approach. In the column labeled "TJ21 Objectives," identify
the TJ21 Objective(s) that apply to the strategy using the letter codes listed below. An
institution must submit strategies for each Objective A through D. An institution is not
required to submit strategies for every objective listed under E. Institutional mission, scope,
and focus should determine which objectives are addressed. If additional space is needed for
If a strategy has an impact on funding for the 2012-14 biennium, please identify the amount as
either incremental, savings, or reallocation - more than one category may be used. The
worksheet includes totals for these values and the incremental funding - cells D50 and E50 -
values are automatically linked to the Finance-Operating worksheet - cells C17 and E17,
respectively. If you add rows for additional strategies, please update the total cost formulas

TJ21 Objectives

      A. Plans for providing financial aid to help mitigate the impact of tuition and fee increases
      on low-income and middle-income students and their families, including the porjected mix
      of grants and loans.

      B. Plans for optimal year-round use of the institution's facilities and instructional resources
      to improve student completions and cost efficiencies.

      C. Plans for the development of an instructional resource sharing program with other
      institutions of higher education in the Commonwealth.


      D. New programs or initiatives including quality improvements.


      E. Plans with regard to any other initiatives listed below or any other matters the institution
      deems appropriate.

             E1. Increased enrollment of Virginia students. Enrollment/degree projections will
             identify the numeric results, list the strategies the institution will use to achieve the
             projection.

             E2. Increased degree completion for Virginia residents who have partial credit
             completion for a degree. Include enrollment/degree estimates here.

             E3. Increased degree completion in a timely or expedited manner.
             Enrollment/degree projections will identify the numeric results, list the strategies the
             institution will use to achieve the projection.




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             E4. Enhanced community college transfer programs and grants and other
             enhanced degree path programs;.

             E5. Improved retention and graduation rates. Enrollment/degree projections will
             identify the numeric results, list the strategies the institution will use to achieve the
             projection.
             E6. Increased degree production in the areas of science, technology, engineering,
             and mathematics and other high-need areas such as the health care-related
             professions. Enrollment/degree projections will identify the numeric results, list the
             strategies the institution will use to achieve the projection.
             E7. New programs the institution might consider to further the Commonwealth's
             objectives.


             E8. Increased research, including regional and public-private collaboration;


             E9. Other efficiency reforms designed to reduce total institutional cost.


             E10. Technology-enhanced instruction, including course redesign, online instruction,
             and resource sharing among institutions.


             E11. Economic opportunity initiatives.


             E12. Innovation and continuous improvement.

             E13. Other initiatives the institution might consider to further the Commonwealth's
             objectives. Include here any strategies that address maintenance of
             effort/institutional uniqueness.

Finance Component
The Finance Component consists of three worksheets - Finance-Operating, Finance-T&F and
Tuition Waivers. The Finance-Operating applies to the 2012-14 biennium only. Please enter
amounts in the cells following the footnotes instructions. Cells C17 and E17 are linked to the
Academic worksheet and represent the incremental funds requested to meet the strategies
outlined in the Academic component.
The Finance - T&F worksheet is used primarily for estimating non-general fund revenues by
program from 2011-12 to 2017-18. This template replaces the SCHEV NGF survey as well as
the DPB's NGF survey. For E&G programs, continue the SCHEV NGF survey practice of
including annual revenue by student category for 2011-14 and only total annual revenue for
2014-18. For other programs, continue the DPB NGF survey practice of providing only total
annual revenue. All NGF revenue entered here must be net of tuition waivers and uncollectible
revenue. Student charges are for information only. the SCHEV NGF survey.tuition programs as
The Tuition Waivers worksheet is a continuation of Provide regular session Add and
appropriate.

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Enrollment/Degree Projections Component
Detailed six-year enrollment/degree projections are being collected through a separate
process. These projections will be incorporated in the Six-Year Plan as part of the July and
August review. This review will replace the enrollment projection meetings that have been held
in the past.




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Please address any questions to the following individuals:

      Academic or general questions - Jim Alessio (jamesalessio@schev.edu)

      Finance - Yan Zheng (yanzheng@schev.edu) or Dan Hix (danhix@schev.edu)

      Enrollment/Degree Projections - Tod Massa (todmassa@schev.edu)




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§ 23-38.87:17. Institutional six-year plans.
A. The governing board of each public institution of higher education shall develop and adopt
biennially and amend or affirm annually a six-year plan for the institution and shall submit that
plan to the Council, the Governor, and the Chairs of the House Committee on Appropriations
and the Senate Committee on Finance no later than July 1 of each odd-numbered year, and
shall submit amendments to or an affirmation of that plan no later than July 1 of each even-
numbered year orof Finance, Secretary of Education,Governorof the Department of Planning
B. The Secretary at any other time permitted by the Director or General Assembly.
and Budget, Executive Director of the Council, Staff Director of the House Committee on
Appropriations, and Staff Director of the Senate Committee on Finance, or their designees,
shall review each institution’s plan or amendments and provide comments to the institution on
that plan by September 1 of the relevant year. Each institution shall respond to any such
comments by October 1 of that year.
C. Each plan shall be structured in accordance with, and be consistent with, the purposes of
this chapter set forth in § 23-38.87:10 and the criteria developed pursuant to § 23-38.87:20,
and shall be in a form and manner prescribed by the Council, in consultation with the
Secretary of Finance, Secretary of Education, Director of the Department of Planning and
Budget, Executive Director of the Council, Staff Director of the House Committee on
Appropriations, and Staff Director of the Senate Committee on Finance, or theirplans, to
D. Each plan shall address the institution's academic, financial, and enrollment designees.
include the number of Virginia and out-of-state students, for the six-year period and shall
include:
     1. Financial planning reflecting the institution's anticipated level of general fund, tuition,
     and other nongeneral fund support for each year of the next biennium. The plan also shall
     include the institution’s anticipated annual tuition and educational and general fee charges
     required by (i) degree level and (ii) domiciliary status, as provided in § 23-38.87:18, and
     shall indicate the planned use of any projected increase in general fund, tuition, or other
     nongeneral fund revenues. The plan shall be based upon any assumptions provided by
     the Council, following consultation with the Department of Planning and Budget and the
     staffs of the House Committee on Appropriations and the Senate Committee on Finance,
     forPlans forrelated to state generalto help mitigate the impact of 23-38.87:13, 23-38.87:14,
     2. funding providing financial aid fund support pursuant to §§ tuition and fee increases
      on low-income and middle-income students and their families as described in § 23-
      38.87:15, including the projected mix of grants and loans;
      3. Degree conferral targets for Virginia undergraduate students;
      4. Plans for optimal year-round use of the institution’s facilities and instructional
      resources;
      5. Plans for the development of an instructional resource sharing program with other
      institutions of higher education in the Commonwealth;
      6. Plans with regard to any other incentives set forth in § 23-38.87:16 or to any other
      matters the institution deems appropriate; and
      7. The identification of (i) new programs or initiatives including quality improvements and
      (ii) institution-specific funding based on particular state policies or institution-specific
      programs, or both, as provided in subsection C of § 23-38.87:18.



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E. In developing such plans, each public institution of higher education shall give consideration
to potential future impacts of tuition increases on the Virginia College Savings Plan (§ 23-38.75
et seq.) and shall discuss such potential impacts with the Virginia College Savings Plan. The
chief executive officer of the Virginia College Savings Plan shall provide to each institution the
Plan's assumptions underlying the contract pricing of the program.




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Six-Year Plans (2011)                           2012-14     through         2016-18
Due: July 1, 2011
Institution: Christopher Newport University
Institution UNITID:                    003706
Individual responsible for plan
                                                  Name: Cindi Perry
                                          Email address:   cperry@cnu.edu


                                      Telephone number: 757.594.7003




2011 Six-Year Plan - Institution ID                                         8 of 17   SCHEV - 5/3/2011
                                           Six-Year Plans (2011)
                                           Christopher Newport University
                                           ACADEMIC AND FINANCIAL PLAN
                                           Instructions: In the column entitled “Academic and Support Service Strategies for Six-Year Period (2012-2018),” please provide 2-3 sentences detailing strategies (for the three biennia of this six-year period) associated with each objective of the
                                           “Preparing for the Top Jobs of the 21 st Century: The Virginia Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2011.” The information provided should be macro-level information with sufficient detail for the reader to understand your general approach.
                                           ACADEMIC AND SUPPORT SERVICE STRATEGIES FOR SIX-YEAR PERIOD (2012-2018)

                                 Within
                                                                                                    Biennium 2012-2014 (7/1/12-6/30/14)                                                                         Biennium 2014-2016 (7/1/14-6/30/16)                  Biennium 2016-2018 (7/1/16-6/30/18)
                    Priority
                    Ranking
                                 Tuition                                                                                            Cost: Incremental, Savings, Reallocation
                                Increase                                                             TJ21
                                                               Strategies                                                                2012-2013                               2013-2014                                    Strategies                                         Strategies
                                                                                                   Objectives
                                                                                                                                    Amount        Within Increase        Amount          Within Increase
                                           The University financially commits additional tuition        A                                                                                              Same as 2012-14 and increases tuition revenue to Same as 2012-2014 and 2014-2016 and increases
                                           revenue generated each year to provide grants and Financial aid for Incremental:           $400,000          $400,000              $400,000        $400,000 $500,000 each year.                              tuition revenue to $600,000 each year.
                                           scholarships to low-income and middle-income          low-income and
                                                                                                  middle-income
                       11        Yes       students and their families.                            students and
                                                                                                                Savings:                     $0                $0                  $0                 $0
                                                                                                   their families
                                                                                                                    Reallocation:            $0                $0                  $0                 $0

                                           CNU will continue to restructure its summer                   B                                                                                               The restructured May, June and July summer         Same as 2014-2016.
                                           session and offer 3- and 4-week "May", "June", and     Year-round Use
                                                                                                                  Incremental:               $0                $0                  $0                 $0 terms will be evaluated and term lengths and class
                                           "July" terms, provide a significantly increased          of Facilities                                                                                        times will be adjusted based on student demand
                                           number of course offerings based on student need                                                                                                              and preferences. Annual student surveys,
                                           and demand, and market it extensively to: (1)                E3                                                                                               identification of high-demand courses, annual
                       27         No       science and music majors where course demand is
                                                                                                  Timely Degree Savings:                     $0                $0                  $0                 $0 evaluations of summer course enrollments by
                                                                                                    Completion
                                           high and/or course sequencing is critical to timely                                                                                                           discipline, and data from degree audits will serve
                                           completion of degree; (2) student-athletes where             E5                                                                                               as the basis for summer course offerings in each
                                           course scheduling and course loads are                    Improved                                                                                         $0 term of the Summer Session.
                                                                                                                  Reallocation:              $0                $0                  $0
                                                                                                   Retention and
                                           challenging; and (3) to students with 12-month on-
                                                                                                  Graduation Rate
                                           campus housing contracts.
                                           CNU will aggressively market its facilities and               B                                                                                               Identify the more successful types of conferences, Same as 2014-2016.
                                           athletic fields for use by internal and external       Year-round Use Incremental:                $0                $0                  $0                 $0 programs and camps with special emphasis on
                                           groups, public and private, during the summer            of Facilities                                                                                        establishing multi-year agreements for residential
                                           months and non-session periods throughout the                                                                                                                 conferences and camps. Tailor marketing program
                       28         No       academic year. The University will expand its                            Savings:                 $0                $0                  $0                 $0 to appeal to these groups and maximize the use of
                                           residential and day programs, conferences, and                                                                                                                facilities during the summer months.
                                           camps for academic, athletic and band groups
                                           through a competitive rate structure and                                 Reallocation:            $0                $0                  $0                 $0
                                           exceptional services.
                                           CNU will pursue the relationship with the Mariners'           B                                                                                                 Same as 2012-2014.                                   Same as 2014-2016.
                                           Museum and strengthen the use of the Mariners'         Year-round Use Incremental:         $127,900                 $0             $133,900                $0
                                           Museum Library Collection housed in the Trible           of Facilities
                                           Library.                                                      C
                                                                                                    Instructional   Savings:                 $0                $0                  $0                 $0
                       24         No                                                                 Resource
                                                                                                      Sharing
                                                                                                        E8
                                                                                                    Increased
                                                                                                     Research       Reallocation:            $0                $0                  $0                 $0
                                                                                                   Public/Private
                                                                                                   Collaborations
                                           CNU is developing a hybrid calculus class that will       C                                                                                                   Pre- and post-testing of the success rate of         Same as 2014-2016.
                                           combine best practices of the lecture format with   Instructional                                                                                             students enrolled in the hybrid calculus course will
                                                                                                Resource     Incremental:              $50,000                 $0                  $0                 $0
                                           technology-infused laboratories and tutorials. The                                                                                                            continue with emphasis on migrating the
                                                                                                  Sharing
                                           course will transition from 4 50-minute class                                                                                                                 courseware to other mathematics courses to
                                           periods per week to 2 50-minute class periods in        E10                                                                                                   improve student performance. The hybrid course
                                                                                               Technology- Savings:
                       18         No       lecture format with 2 hours per week assigned to
                                                                                                enhanced
                                                                                                                                             $0                $0                  $0                 $0 will be shared with other public institutions im
                                           required labs and tutorials. Experimentation using                                                                                                            Virginia interested in offering a technology-rich
                                                                                                Instruction
                                           the Virginia Tech math emporium software and the through Course                                                                                               calculus course for its students.
                                           Khan Academy software is ongoing. Pre- and post-     Re-design
                                           test assessment of the hybrid course is planned.                  Reallocation:                   $0                $0                  $0                 $0
                                           The hybrid course will be shared with other
                                           interested Virginia
                                           See 2014-2016. universities.                              C                                                                                                   Animal laboratories will be available for use by the   Same as 2014-2016.
                                                                                                    Instructional   Incremental:             $0                $0                  $0                 $0 Psychology Department with the completion of
                                                                                                     Resource                                                                                            Forbes Hall, Phase II (Integrated Science Center).
                                                                                                      Sharing
                                                                                                                                                                                                         CNU will develop partnerships and joint grant
                       29         No                                                                                Savings:                 $0                $0                  $0                 $0 proposals with neighboring universities which
                                                                                                                                                                                                         require access to animal laboratories. No other
                                                                                                                                                                                                         animal lab facilities currently exist in the region.
                                                                                                                    Reallocation:            $0                $0                  $0                 $0

                                           CNU will establish more articulation agreements               D                                                                                                 Same as 2012-2014.                                   Same as 2014-2016.
                                           with foreign universities to offer our students a       New Programs Incremental:           $20,000                 $0              $20,000                $0
                                           wider range of international opportunities through     including Quality
                                                                                                   Improvements
                                           partnerships either directly with schools abroad, or
                       21         No       indirectly, with U.S. schools that have ongoing                          Savings:                 $0                $0                  $0                 $0
                                           relationships with schools abroad.




2011 Six-Year Plan - Academic                                                                                                                                       9 of 17                                                                                                                                SCHEV - 5/3/2011
                                         Six-Year Plans (2011)
                                         Christopher Newport University
                                         ACADEMIC AND FINANCIAL PLAN
                                         Instructions: In the column entitled “Academic and Support Service Strategies for Six-Year Period (2012-2018),” please provide 2-3 sentences detailing strategies (for the three biennia of this six-year period) associated with each objective of the
                                         “Preparing for the Top Jobs of the 21 st Century: The Virginia Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2011.” The information provided should be macro-level information with sufficient detail for the reader to understand your general approach.
                                         ACADEMIC AND SUPPORT SERVICE STRATEGIES FOR SIX-YEAR PERIOD (2012-2018)
                                         CNU will establish more articulation agreements      D                                                                                                                    Same as 2012-2014.                                   Same as 2014-2016.
                                 Within with foreign universities to offer our students a
                                                                                          Biennium 2012-2014 (7/1/12-6/30/14)
                                                                                         New Programs                                                                                                                   Biennium 2014-2016 (7/1/14-6/30/16)                  Biennium 2016-2018 (7/1/16-6/30/18)
                    Priority
                                 Tuition wider range of international opportunities through            including Quality                   Cost: Incremental, Savings, Reallocation
                    Ranking                                                                             Improvements
                                Increase partnerships either directly with schools abroad, or               TJ21
                                                                Strategies                                                                      2012-2013                                2013-2014                                    Strategies                                             Strategies
                       21        No      indirectly, with U.S. schools that have ongoing                Objectives
                                                                                                                                           Amount        Within Increase         Amount          Within Increase
                                         relationships with schools abroad.
                                         The University financially commits additional tuition                A                                                                                                  Same as 2012-14 and increases tuition revenue to Same as 2012-2014 and 2014-2016 and increases
                                         revenue generated each year to provide grants and             Financial aid for Reallocation:              $0                $0                   $0                 $0 $500,000 each year.                              tuition revenue to $600,000 each year.
                                         scholarships to low-income and middle-income                  low-income and
                                                                                                        middle-income
                       11        Yes     students and of full-time instructional faculty
                                         The addition their families.                                           D
                                                                                                         students and                                                                                            Same as 2012-2014. Fifteen additional full-time        Same as 2014-2016. Thirteen additional full-time
                                         positions has long been CNU's highest priority. It             New Programs                                                                                             instructional faculty positions will be added during   instructional faculty positions will be added during
                                                                                                         their families
                                                                                                       including Quality
                                         will have the greatest single impact on the quality                             Incremental:               $0                $0                   $0                 $0 this biennium.                                         this biennium.
                                                                                                        Improvements
                                         of instruction and the educational experience for
                                         our students. It will simultaneously reduce class
                                         size, reduce the use of adjuncts, enhance                           E5
                                         academic advising, and provide greater                           Improved
                       14        Yes     opportunities for student mentoring. It will allow             Retention and Savings:                      $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                         faculty to more actively engage in curriculum                 Graduation Rate
                                         development, invest in scholarly activity including
                                         greatly enhanced support for undergraduate
                                         research, and engage students in co-curricular and
                                         extra-curricular activities. (NOTE: Positions, associated                         Reallocation:            $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                         salaries and benefits, and start-up costs for positions are
                                         reported on the Financial Plan.)
                                         The Student Success Initiative is the most visible                   D                                                                                                Same as 2012-2014. Special emphasis in 2014-16           Same as 2012-2014 and 2014-2016. Special
                                         and important university-wide priority at CNU and              New Programs                                                                                           will be the enhancement of co-curricular and             emphasis in 2016-2018 will focus on strengthening
                                         supports a 4-pronged approach to improving the                including Quality
                                                                                                        Improvements Incremental:            $233,000          $233,000               $342,000        $342,000 experiential learning experiences available              connections between and among the various
                                         quality of the academic and co-curricular                                                                                                                             through learning communities in the freshman             academic and student support services that
                                         experiences of our students ultimately leading to                                                                                                                     residence halls. Expanded and more                       contribute to student success. The completion of
                                         increased retention and graduation rates. The four                                                                                                                    comprehensive programming will build stronger            the Student Success Center in the prior biennium
                                         areas of focus: learning communities and                            E5                                                                                                connections between academic and residential life        will establish the physical connections between
                                                                                                          Improved
                                         registration, core advising, at-risk students and                                                                                                                     yielding fully developed living-learning                 these services and offices that will solidify the
                        9        Yes     student engagement. Areas of special emphasis in
                                                                                                        Retention and
                                                                                                                       Savings:                     $0                $0                   $0               $0 communities. The expanded programming will be            students' seamless transitions from college
                                                                                                       Graduation Rate
                                         2012-2014 are: (1) the implementation of a                                                                                                                            possible in 2014-2016 due to the completion of two       admission through graduation to
                                         sophomore-year experience moving students                                                                                                                             new residence halls which should eliminate the           graduate/professional schools or careers.
                                         towards declaration of a major, timely progression                                                                                                                    need for tripled rooms in the freshman halls.
                                         to degree, engagement in service and leadership,
                                         and active participation in undergraduate research                                Reallocation:            $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                         and internships; and (2) enhanced programs for
                                         early identification and outreach to students at risk.
                                         CNU will undergo continuous review and                               D                                                                                                  Same as 2012-2014. As curricular review                Same as 2012-2014. As curricular review
                                         improvements in curricular planning and                        New Programs                                                                                             continues, other consolidations or divisions may       continues, other consolidations or divisions may
                                         consolidation or division of academic departments             including Quality Incremental:               $0                $0                   $0                 $0 become necessary.                                      become necessary.
                                                                                                        Improvements
                                         to enhance instructional quality in emerging
                                         disciplines. Recent initiatives include the
                                         separation of Economics from the Luter School of
                                         Business, the consolidation of the remaining
                       25        No      departments in the School of Business into one                                    Savings:                 $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                         department, and the separation of the department
                                         of Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Science
                                         into the departments of Organismal and
                                         Environmental Biology and Molecular Biology and
                                         Chemistry. Students will be better advised and                                    Reallocation:            $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                         better coached, faculty will be better mentored, and
                                         it will allow for better course management.
                                         CNU will continuously review its curriculum and will                 D                                                                                                    Same as 2012-2014.                                   Same as 2014-2016.
                                         initiate new academic minors consistent with the               New Programs
                                         liberal arts and sciences. Emphases in 2012-14                including Quality Incremental:               $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                                                                                        Improvements
                                         include the introduction of minors in Asian Studies
                                         and African-American Studies, and exploration of
                                         minors in Renaissance Studies and Linguistics. All
                                         are interdisciplinary programs advantaged by
                       15        No      existing courses in the curriculum and current
                                                                                                                           Savings:                 $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                         faculty experts in the disciplines. The minors will
                                         add depth and breadth to the students' educational
                                         experience and encourage students to explore and
                                         understand the cultural, political and philosophical                              Reallocation:            $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                         connections and differences that shape our world.

                                         CNU will continue to review and monitor academic                    E3                                                                                                    Same as 2012-2014.                                   Same as 2014-2016.
                                         rigor guidelines to ensure that university policies on          Expedited         Incremental:             $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                         add/drop, withdrawal, academic probation and                     Degree
                                                                                                         Completion
                                         academic suspension support and encourage the
                       16        No
                                         timely completion of degree programs.


2011 Six-Year Plan - Academic                                                                                                                                              10 of 17                                                                                                                                            SCHEV - 5/3/2011
                                           Six-Year Plans (2011)
                                           Christopher Newport University
                                           ACADEMIC AND FINANCIAL PLAN
                                           Instructions: In the column entitled “Academic and Support Service Strategies for Six-Year Period (2012-2018),” please provide 2-3 sentences detailing strategies (for the three biennia of this six-year period) associated with each objective of the
                                           “Preparing for the Top Jobs of the 21 st Century: The Virginia Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2011.” The information provided should be macro-level information with sufficient detail for the reader to understand your general approach.
                                           ACADEMIC AND SUPPORT SERVICE STRATEGIES FOR SIX-YEAR PERIOD (2012-2018)

                                 Within
                                                                                                    Biennium 2012-2014 (7/1/12-6/30/14)                                                                          Biennium 2014-2016 (7/1/14-6/30/16)                 Biennium 2016-2018 (7/1/16-6/30/18)
                    Priority
                    Ranking
                                 Tuition                                                                                            Cost: Incremental, Savings, Reallocation
                                Increase                                                             TJ21
                                           CNU will continue toStrategies monitor academic
                                                                 review and                           E3
                                                                                                   Objectives
                                                                                                                                         2012-2013                                2013-2014                                  Strategies
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Same as 2012-2014.                                                  Strategies
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Same as 2014-2016.
                                           rigor guidelines to ensure that university policies on    Expedited
                                                                                                                                    Amount        Within Increase         Amount          Within Increase
                                           add/drop, withdrawal, academic probation and               Degree
                                           The University financially commits additional tuition         A
                                                                                                    Completion                                                                                            Same as 2012-14 and increases tuition revenue to Same as 2012-2014 and 2014-2016 and increases
                                           academic suspension support and encourage the
                       16         No       revenue generated each year to provide grants and Financial aid for Savings:                      $0                $0                   $0                 $0 $500,000 each year.                              tuition revenue to $600,000 each year.
                                                                        programs.
                                           timely completion of degree and middle-income
                                           scholarships to low-income                             low-income and
                                                                                                   middle-income
                       11        Yes       students and their families.                            students and Reallocation:                $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                                                                                    their families
                                           CNU will continue to review its core curriculum, the         E3                                                                                                  Same as 2012-2014.                                 Same as 2014-2016.
                                           schedule of course offerings, and course                 Expedited       Incremental:             $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                           prerequisites to support and encourage the timely         Degree
                                                                                                    Completion
                                           completion of degree programs.
                       17         No                                                                                Savings:                 $0                $0                   $0                 $0


                                                                                                                    Reallocation:            $0                $0                   $0                 $0

                                           The President's Leadership Program (PLP), will            E5                                                                                                     Same as 2012-2014.                                 Same as 2014-2016.
                                           expand to enroll one-third of each incoming             Improved     Incremental:          $340,700          $340,700               $312,200        $312,200
                                           freshman class in the program. As the University's    Retention and
                                                                                                Graduation Rate
                                           signature program, it has the highest yield rate and
                       10        Yes       highest retention rate of all recruitment programs                   Savings:                     $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                           on campus.

                                                                                                                    Reallocation:            $0                $0                   $0                 $0

                                           CNU will initiate new academic majors in STEM                  E3                                                                                                Same as 2012-2014.                                 Same as 2014-2016.
                                           disciplines consistent with the liberal arts and           Expedited
                                                                                                        Degree      Incremental:             $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                           sciences. An area of emphasis in 2012-14
                                                                                                     Completion
                                           includes the introduction of an Environmental
                                           Studies major. Requiring no new faculty positions,             E6
                        6         No       the program will be accessible to a broad array of         Increased
                                                                                                                    Savings:                 $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                           students allowing them to be assured of completion           Degree
                                           in four years even if deciding quite late to major in    Production in
                                                                                                   STEM and other
                                           the field. This interdisciplinary program yields          High-Need
                                           important research and inter-college collaborations           Areas                                                                                         $0
                                                                                                                    Reallocation:            $0                $0                   $0
                                           that will produce internships and grant and
                                           undergraduate research opportunities.
                                           CNU will initiate new academic majors and degree               E6                                                                                            Same as 2012-2014. Emphasis in 2014-2016 will          Same as 2014-2016. Implementation of a major in
                                           programs in the STEM disciplines consistent with           Increased                                                                                         be focused on the addition of a degree program in      Geosciences supported by the construction of the
                                           its liberal arts and sciences mission. Emphases in           Degree
                                                                                                    Production in   Incremental:      $377,800          $377,800               $605,600        $605,600 Geosciences. This requires a significant               third phase of Forbes Hall.
                                           2012-2014 include the initiation of an                    STEM and
                                                                                                                                                                                                        investment in resources including four (4) full-time
                                           interdisciplinary major in Neuroscience and new           Other High-                                                                                        instructional faculty positions and the addition of
                                           majors in Biochemistry, Computational Applied             Need Areas                                                                                         laboratories and equipment necessary to support
                                           Mathematics and Statistics. Faculty positions                                                                                                                the program.
                                           required to support the new majors can be
                                           accomplished through the internal reallocation of
                        5        Yes                                                                                Savings:                 $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                           positions due to faculty retirements and the
                                           reassignment of restricted faculty positions.
                                           Building from the success of the Computer
                                           Engineering degree, a proposal will be submitted to
                                           initiate a new BS degree in Electrical Engineering.
                                           Focusing on three tracks -- Communication and                            Reallocation:            $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                           Networking Engineering, Automation and Control,
                                           and Instrumentation -- this initiative will require the
                                           addition of two (2) new instructional faculty
                                           CNU will explore new majors and degree programs                E6                                                                                              Same as 2012-2014. Continued discussions and         Same as 2014-2016.
                                           in high-need areas. Exploration of new degree              Increased     Incremental:      $165,900                 $0              $145,900                $0 partnerships with Riverside Health Systems will
                                           programs in health-related fields is underway with           Degree                                                                                            identify additional high-demand health-related
                                                                                                    Production in
                                           Riverside Health Systems.                                 STEM and
                                                                                                                                                                                                          fields of study.
                       23         No                                                                Other High-     Savings:                 $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                                                                                    Need Areas


                                                                                                                    Reallocation:            $0                $0                   $0                 $0

                                           CNU will negotiate long-term agreements with                 E6                                                                                                  Same as 2012-2014.                                 Same as 2014-2016.
                                           medical schools and hospitals in Virginia to              Increased
                                                                                                       Degree
                                                                                                                    Incremental:             $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                           establish Early Acceptance and Guaranteed
                                                                                                    Production in
                                           Acceptance programs for highly qualified pre-med          STEM and
                                           students. Special emphasis will be placed on             Other High-
                       19         No       scholarship programs and support of under-               Need Areas
                                           represented and under-served in-state student
                                           populations. Current negotiations are underway to
2011 Six-Year Plan - Academic              establish such a program at CNU with 10                                                                                  11 of 17                                                                                                                                      SCHEV - 5/3/2011
                                           renewable scholarships designated for students
                                           from under-served and under-represented
                                           populations interested in pre-med studies.
                                        Six-Year Plans (2011)
                                        Christopher Newport University
                                        ACADEMIC AND FINANCIAL PLAN
                                        Instructions: In the column entitled “Academic and Support Service Strategies for Six-Year Period (2012-2018),” please provide 2-3 sentences detailing strategies (for the three biennia of this six-year period) associated with each objective of the
                                        “Preparing for the Top Jobs of the 21 st Century: The Virginia Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2011.” The information provided should be macro-level information with sufficient detail for the reader to understand your general approach.
                                        ACADEMIC AND SUPPORT SERVICE STRATEGIES FOR SIX-YEAR PERIOD (2012-2018)

                                 Within
                                                                                                   Biennium 2012-2014 (7/1/12-6/30/14)                                                                         Biennium 2014-2016 (7/1/14-6/30/16)                 Biennium 2016-2018 (7/1/16-6/30/18)
                    Priority
                    Ranking
                                 Tuition CNU will negotiate long-term agreements with                 E6                           Cost: Incremental, Savings, Reallocation                              Same as 2012-2014.                                  Same as 2014-2016.
                                Increase                                                             TJ21
                                                                                                   Increased
                                                              hospitals
                                        medical schools andStrategiesin Virginia to                                                     2012-2013                             2013-2014                                   Strategies                                          Strategies
                                        establish Early Acceptance and Guaranteed                 Objectives
                                                                                                     Degree
                                                                                                Production in                      Amount        Within Increase         Amount        Within Increase
                                        Acceptance programs for highly qualified pre-med         STEM and
                                        The University financially commits additional tuition
                                        students. Special emphasis will be placed on                   A                                                                                               Same as 2012-14 and increases tuition revenue to Same as 2012-2014 and 2014-2016 and increases
                                                                                                 Other High-
                                        revenue generated each year to provide grants and Financial aid for                                                                                         $0 $500,000 each year.                              tuition revenue to $600,000 each year.
                       19        No     scholarship programs and support of under-
                                        scholarshipsand under-served in-state student
                                                     to low-income and middle-income
                                                                                                Need Areas
                                                                                              low-income and       Savings:                 $0                $0                  $0
                                        represented                                            middle-income
                       11        Yes    students and their families.
                                        populations. Current negotiations are underway to       students and
                                                                                                      E7
                                        establish such a program at CNU with 10                 their families
                                                                                               New Programs
                                        renewable scholarships designated for students           to Advance        Reallocation:            $0                $0                  $0                $0
                                        from under-served and under-represented               State Objectives
                                        populations interested in pre-med studies.
                                        CNU faculty will continue to aggressively pursue              E8                                                                                                 Same as 2012-2014. The completion of the            Same as 2014-2016.
                                        research grants and other research opportunities.         Increased                                                                                              second phase of Forbes Hall will offer extensive
                                                                                                  Research         Incremental:             $0                $0                  $0                $0
                                        Resources have been reallocated to strengthen                                                                                                                    research space and equipment for faculty and
                                                                                                   including
                                        administrative support for faculty seeking and          Regional and
                                                                                                                                                                                                         students.
                                        securing research grants. Special emphasis will be Public/Private
                                        placed on the expansion of the undergraduate           Collaborations
                       20        No     research program. STEM disciplines will be greatly
                                                                                                                   Savings:                 $0                $0                  $0                $0
                                        advantaged with the opening of Forbes Hall.


                                                                                                                   Reallocation:            $0                $0                  $0                $0


                                        Exploration of a partnership with a major local                E8                                                                                                Same as 2012-2014.                                  Same as 2014-2016.
                                        corporation in addressing sustainability initiatives is    Increased       Incremental:             $0                $0                  $0                $0
                                        underway in conjunction with the development of             Research
                                                                                                    including
                                        the Environmental Studies program.                        Regional and
                                                                                                  Public/Private
                       22        No                                                                                Savings:                 $0                $0                  $0                $0
                                                                                                  Collaborations



                                                                                                                   Reallocation:            $0                $0                  $0                $0


                                        CNU will continue to capitalize on synergies               E12                                                                                                 Same as 2012-2014. The completion of Luter Hall       Same as 2014-2016. The completion of the
                                        achieved through interdisciplinary programs and       Innovation and                                                                                           will capitalize on synergies to be achieved through   Student Success Center will co-locate academic
                                        the co-location of academic departments beyond          Continuous
                                                                                               Improvement Incremental:                     $0                $0                  $0                $0 the co-location of the School of Business, and the    and student support services to more intentionally
                                        traditional alliances. The departments of Biology                                                                                                              Departments offering majors in Communication,         and aggressively identify risks, eliminate obstacles,
                                        and Chemistry redefined their symbiotic                                                                                                                        Economics, Mathematics, Physics, Computer             streamline processes, nurture leadership and
                                        relationship through recent changes in                                                                                                                         Science, Engineering, American Studies,               exploration, and provide the resources for student
                                        organizational structure that will nurture new                                                                                                                 Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology. The          success.
                                        interdisciplinary fields of study, encourage students                                                                                                          building design maximizes opportunities for faculty
                       26        No     to major in the sciences and enhance students'                       Savings:                       $0                $0                  $0                $0 and students engaged in these programs to teach
                                        competitive edge in seeking admission to highly                                                                                                                and study together, partner on research initiatives
                                        selective graduate and professional programs.                                                                                                                  and develop new interdisciplinary fields of study.
                                        The department of Psychology will be co-located
                                        with the newly organized departments in Forbes
                                        Hall to encourage and support new fields of study
                                        that increasingly blur the lines among these                         Reallocation:                  $0                $0                  $0                $0
                                        disciplines.



                                                                                                                                                    Within                                Within
                                                                          Total 2012-2014 Costs                                    Amount                                Amount
                                                                                                                                                   Increase                              Increase

                                                                                      Incremental (Included in Financial
                                                                                                                                   $1,715,300       $1,351,500           $1,959,600       $1,659,800
                                                                                      Plan below)


                                                                                      Savings                                               $0                $0                  $0                $0


                                                                                      Reallocation                                          $0                $0                  $0                $0


                                        Six-Year Financial Plan for Educational and General Programs, Incremental Operating Budget Need
                                        2012-2014 Biennium
                                        (Assuming No Additional General Fund)




2011 Six-Year Plan - Academic                                                                                                                                      12 of 17                                                                                                                                          SCHEV - 5/3/2011
                                           Six-Year Plans (2011)
                                           Christopher Newport University
                                           ACADEMIC AND FINANCIAL PLAN
                                           Instructions: In the column entitled “Academic and Support Service Strategies for Six-Year Period (2012-2018),” please provide 2-3 sentences detailing strategies (for the three biennia of this six-year period) associated with each objective of the
                                           “Preparing for the Top Jobs of the 21 st Century: The Virginia Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2011.” The information provided should be macro-level information with sufficient detail for the reader to understand your general approach.
                                           ACADEMIC AND SUPPORT SERVICE STRATEGIES FOR SIX-YEAR PERIOD (2012-2018)

                                 Within
                                                                                                    Biennium 2012-2014 (7/1/12-6/30/14)                                                                  Biennium 2014-2016 (7/1/14-6/30/16)                 Biennium 2016-2018 (7/1/16-6/30/18)
                    Priority
                    Ranking
                                 Tuition                                                                                         Cost: Incremental, Savings, Reallocation
                                Increase                                                              TJ21
                                                                   Strategies                                                           2012-2013                              2013-2014                             Strategies                                            Strategies
                                                                                                    Objectives
                                                                                                                                Amount         Within Increase         Amount          Within Increase
                                           The University financially commits additional tuition        A                              2012-2013                             2013-2014             Same as 2012-14 and increases tuition revenue to Same as 2012-2014 and 2014-2016 and increases
                                           revenue generated each year to provide grants and Financial aid for
                                           Items                                                                                Amount       Within Increase           Amount      Within Increase $500,000 each year.                              tuition revenue to $600,000 each year.
                                           scholarships to low-income and middle-income          low-income and
                                                                                                                3
                                           Total Incremental Cost from Academic Plan within tuition increase
                                                                                                  middle-income                  $1,715,300      $1,351,500            $1,959,600     $1,659,800
                       11        Yes       students and their families.                            students and
                        7        Yes       Increase Faculty Salaries2                                                              $905,700          $905,700          $1,850,300         $1,850,300
                                                                                                    their families
                                 Yes       Faculty Salary Increase Rate4                                                              4.40%             4.40%                 4.40%             4.40%
                        8        Yes       Increase Staff Salaries 7                                                               $363,800          $363,800               $717,900        $717,900
                                 Yes       Staff Salary Increase Rate4                                                                3.00%             3.00%                 3.00%             3.00%
                        1        Yes       Increase Number of Full-Time Faculty3 ($)                                               $986,200          $986,200          $1,931,900         $1,931,900
                                 Yes       Increase Number of Full-Time Faculty3 (FTE)                                                  7.00              7.00                 15.00            15.00
                                           Increase Number of Part-Time Faculty3 ($)                                                      $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                           Increase Number of Part-Time Faculty3 (FTE)                                                  0.00              0.00                  0.00              0.00
                                                                                5
                                           Increase Number of Support Staff ($)                                                           $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                           Increase Number of Support Staff 5 (FTE)                                                     0.00              0.00                  0.00              0.00
                       13        Yes       Library Enhancement                                                                     $200,000          $200,000               $350,000        $350,000
                       12        Yes       Technology Enhancement                                                                  $612,400          $612,400               $237,400        $237,400
                        3        Yes       O&M for New Facilities                                                                  $481,600          $481,600          $1,047,700         $1,047,700
                        4        Yes       Utility Cost Increase                                                                   $386,200          $386,200               $418,400        $418,400
                                                                                                          6
                                           Add'l In-State Student Financial Aid From Tuition Revenue                                      $0                $0                   $0                 $0
                                           Others (Specify, insert lines below)
                        2        Yes          Base Adequacy Funding 8 ($)                                                        $1,818,800         $1,818,800         $2,868,700         $2,868,700
                                 Yes          Base Adequacy Funding 8 (FTE)                                                             0.00              0.00                 13.00            13.00
                                           Total Additional Funding Need                                                         $7,470,000         $7,106,200        $11,381,900        $11,082,100

                                           Notes:
                                           (1) Enter staff FTE change over the FY2012 level in appropriate columns.
                                           (2) If planned, enter the cost of any institution-wide increase.
                                           (3) Please ensure that these items shall not be double counted if they are already included in the incremental cost of the
                                           academic plan.
                                           (4) Enter planned annual faculty salary increase rate in Cell B22 and D22. Any salary increase entered here will be counted when
                                           calculating the gap to reach the 60th percentile in the future.
                                           (5) Increase Number of Support Staff is included in Base Adequacy Funding
                                           (6) Additional In-State Student Financial Aid from Tuition Revenue is reflected in the Incremental Cost from the Academic Plan.
                                           (7) Increase Staff Salaries represents the NGF share of an anticipated State-mandated 3%
                                           (8) Base Adequacy Funding represents the incremental funding needed in FY13 and FY14 to reach full base funding by FY18. The calculated
                                           need is based on the SCHEV report, dated September 13, 2011, and is adjusted to include projected enrollment growth through FY18 funded at full
                                           cost per student. Base adequacy funds in FY13 will offset the loss of ARRA funds carried forward in FY12.




2011 Six-Year Plan - Academic                                                                                                                                    13 of 17                                                                                                                            SCHEV - 5/3/2011
Six-Year Plans (2011)
Christopher Newport University
FINANCIAL AID PLAN
Instructions: Complete the table for the Actial 2010-11 and Estimate 2011-12 distribution of financial aid by category. The
planned distributions for 2012-13 and 2013-14 will be automatically calculated based on the estimated 2011-12 distribution.
Adjust the 2012-13 and 2013-14 distributions, as necessary, by entering values instead of using the formulas.




Allocation of Tuition Revenue Used for Student Financial Aid
                                    2010-11 (Actual)
                                          Gross Tuition       Tuition      Distribution of
      T&F Used for Financial Aid                            Revenue for Financial Aid
                                            Revenue
                                                           Financial Aid 1
In-State Undergraduate                       $23,549,021        $417,397         $454,000
Out-of-State Undergraduate                    $3,066,314         $54,349          $31,000
In-State Graduate                               $724,408         $12,840               $0
Out-of-State Graduate                            $23,360             $414              $0
In-State 1st Professional                             $0               $0              $0
Out-of-State 1st Professional                         $0               $0              $0
    Total                                    $27,363,103        $485,000         $485,000
    In-State Sub-Total                       $24,273,429        $430,237         $454,000


                                  2011-12 (Estimated)
                                          Gross Tuition       Tuition      Distribution of
      T&F Used for Financial Aid                            Revenue for Financial Aid
                                            Revenue
                                                           Financial Aid 1
In-State Undergraduate                       $26,700,680        $423,318         $450,000
Out-of-State Undergraduate                    $3,187,823         $50,540          $35,000
In-State Graduate                               $677,600         $10,743               $0
Out-of-State Graduate                            $25,175             $399              $0
In-State 1st Professional                             $0               $0              $0
Out-of-State 1st Professional                         $0               $0              $0
    Total                                    $30,591,278        $485,000         $485,000
    In-State Sub-Total                       $27,378,280        $434,061         $450,000
Six-Year Plans (2011)
Christopher Newport University
FINANCIAL AID PLAN
                                           2012-13 (Planned)
                                                   Gross Tuition          Tuition      Distribution of
       T&F Used for Financial Aid                                       Revenue for Financial Aid
                                                     Revenue
                                                                       Financial Aid 1
In-State Undergraduate                                 $33,455,910          $753,988         $850,000
Out-of-State Undergraduate                              $3,482,019           $78,473          $35,000
In-State Graduate                                         $749,653           $16,895               $0
Out-of-State Graduate                                      $28,553               $643              $0
In-State 1st Professional                                       $0                 $0              $0
Out-of-State 1st Professional                                   $0                 $0              $0
    Total                                              $37,716,135          $850,000         $885,000
    In-State Sub-Total                                 $34,205,563          $770,883         $850,000
    Additional In-State                                 $6,827,283          $336,823         $400,000
    Additional In-State from Fin Plan                                              $0

                                           2013-14 (Planned)
                                                   Gross Tuition          Tuition      Distribution of
       T&F Used for Financial Aid                                       Revenue for Financial Aid
                                                     Revenue
                                                                       Financial Aid 1
In-State Undergraduate                                 $37,175,218          $758,187         $850,000
Out-of-State Undergraduate                              $3,640,629           $74,250          $35,000
In-State Graduate                                         $830,680           $16,942               $0
Out-of-State Graduate                                      $30,452               $621              $0
In-State 1st Professional                                       $0                 $0              $0
Out-of-State 1st Professional                                   $0                 $0              $0
    Total                                              $41,676,979          $850,000         $885,000
    In-State Sub-Total                                 $38,005,898          $775,128         $850,000
    Additional In-State                                 $3,800,335             $4,245              $0
    Additional In-State from Fin Plan                                              $0

(1) Tuition Revenue for Financial Aid represents a pro rata allocation of Gross Tuition Revenue by in-state
and out-of-state at the undergraduate and graduate student levels. This level of detail is not used by the
University to determine the amount of tuition revenue for financial aid. Instead, tuition rates are set by the
Board of Visitors to support the NGF share of an E&G expenditure plan that includes a line item allocation to
financial aid.
 Six-Year Plans (2011)
 Christopher Newport University
 Six-Year Financial Plan for Tuition and Fee Increases and Nongeneral Fund Revenue Estimates
                                                2011-2012                          2012-2013                              2013-2014                  2014-2015     2015-2016     2016-2017        2017-2018
                                           Student      Total         Student        Rate        Total        Student       Rate         Total         Total         Total         Total            Total
Items                                      Charge     Revenue         Charge       Increase     Revenue       Charge      Increase      Revenue      Revenue       Revenue       Revenue          Revenue
E&G Programs
   In-State Undergraduate                     $5,948 $26,700,680         $7,260        22.1% $33,455,910         $7,972         9.8% $37,175,218
   Out-Of-State Undergraduate                $15,170 $3,187,823         $17,270        13.8% $3,482,019         $18,450         6.8% $3,640,629
   In-State Graduate                                    $677,600                           %    $749,653                           %    $830,680
   Out-Of-State Graduate                                 $25,175                           %     $28,553                           %     $30,452
   In-State Law                                                                            %                                       %
   Out-Of-State Law                                                                        %                                       %
   In-State Medicine                                                                       %                                       %
   Out-Of-State Medicine                                                                   %                                       %
   In-State Dentistry                                                                      %                                       %
   Out-Of-State Dentistry                                                                  %                                       %
   In-State PharmD                                                                         %                                       %
   Out-Of-State PharmD                                                                     %                                       %
   In-State Veterinary Medicine                                                            %                                       %
   Out-Of-State Veterinary Medicine                                                        %                                       %
Other NGF                                                $4,167,592                           $2,348,750                              $2,348,750
Total E&G Revenue 1                                     $34,758,870                          $40,064,885                             $44,025,729 $48,119,624 $51,011,230 $55,232,171 $58,740,750
Auxiliary Program
   Undergraduate                               $4,136                    $4,236         2.4%                     $4,336         2.4%
   Graduate                                                                                %                                       %
   Law                                                                                     %                                       %
   Medicine                                                                                %                                       %
   Dentistry                                                                               %                                       %
   PharmD                                                                                  %                                       %
   Veterinary Medicine                                                                     %                                       %
Total Auxiliary Revenue 2                               $46,670,210                            $50,474,258                             $55,371,359 $56,418,485 $57,490,489 $58,713,145 $59,513,187
Total Tuition and Fees
   In-State Undergraduate                    $10,084                    $11,496        14.0%                    $12,308         7.1%
   Out-Of-State Undergraduate                $19,306                    $21,506        11.4%                    $22,786         6.0%
   In-State Graduate                              $0                         $0            %                         $0            %
   Out-Of-State Graduate                          $0                         $0            %                         $0            %
   In-State Law                                   $0                         $0            %                         $0            %
   Out-Of-State Law                               $0                         $0            %                         $0            %
   In-State Medicine                              $0                         $0            %                         $0            %
   Out-Of-State Medicine                          $0                         $0            %                         $0            %
   In-State Dentistry                             $0                         $0            %                         $0            %
   Out-Of-State Dentistry                         $0                         $0            %                         $0            %
   In-State PharmD                                $0                         $0            %                         $0            %
   Out-Of-State PharmD                            $0                         $0            %                         $0            %
   In-State Veterinary Medicine                   $0                         $0            %                         $0            %
   Out-Of-State Veterinary Medicine               $0                         $0            %                         $0            %

                                       3
Student Financial Aid (Program 108)                        $485,000                               $885,000                                $885,000      $985,000      $985,000       $1,085,000   $1,085,000
Sponsored Programs (Program 110)                         $1,498,882                             $1,498,882                              $1,498,882    $1,498,882    $1,498,882       $1,498,882   $1,498,882
Unique Military Activities
Workforce Development
Other (Specify)

 (1) Other E&G Revenue includes $1,818,842 in ARRA funds carried forward from FY2010-11 to FY2011-12.
 (2) Total Auxiliary Revenue includes comprehensive fee revenue, room and board fee revenue, and other auxiliary revenues.
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 (3) Tuition Revenue for Financial Aid is reported in Student Financial Aid (Program 108). This revenue is included also in the columns labeled Total Revenue within E&G Programs.

NOTE: The tuition rates shown are based on planning costs without general fund increases and for modeling purposes only.
Six-Year Plans (2011)
Christopher Newport University
Foregone Tuition Revenue As A Result of Tuition Waivers
Educational and General Programs
(Please provide information and add programs to the list as appropriate)

                                                                       2012-13                                                                                   2013-14
                                     In-State         In-State       Out-of-State      Out-of-State                             In-State        In-State       Out-of-State      Out-of-State
             Program              Undergraduates     Graduates      Undergraduates      Graduates                 Total      Undergraduates    Graduates      Undergraduates      Graduates             Total
Academic Common Market                         $0                $0               $0                  $0                  $0              $0               $0               $0                  $0               $0
Out-of-State Graduates                         $0                $0               $0                  $0                  $0              $0               $0               $0                  $0               $0
Senior Citizens                           $36,300                                                                    $36,300         $39,860                                                                $39,860
Unfunded (Foreign)                                                         $120,120                                 $120,120                                         $125,736                              $125,736
Unfunded (Undergraduate Students)        $204,247                           $12,287                                 $216,534        $224,278                          $13,126                              $237,404
Unfunded (Graduate Students)                                $47,419                                                  $47,419                        $51,612                                                 $51,612
Employee                                  $20,484                                                                    $20,484         $22,493                                                                $22,493
VMSDEP (War Orphan)                       $81,967                                                                    $81,967         $90,005                                                                $90,005
FLTA                                                                          $8,635                                  $8,635                                            $9,225                               $9,225

Total                                    $342,998           $47,419        $141,042                   $0            $531,459        $376,636        $51,612          $148,087                   $0         $576,335




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