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					 Florida Department of Education

COMMISSION FOR
INDEPENDENT EDUCATION
    INSTITUTIONAL FACTS
 Over 900 licensed institutions
   377 degree institutions (89% accredited)
   567 non-degree schools (26% accredited)

 Enrollment of almost 340,000 students

 Approximately 8,500 licensed programs

 150 institutions participate in Workforce
  Development as training providers
INSTITUTION LOCATIONS
NATIONALLY RECOGNIZABLE
      INSTITUTIONS
 Everest University

 Kaplan University

 Strayer University

 The Art Institute

 University of Phoenix
      SOME OTHER
 LICENSED INSTITUTIONS
 Lake Erie College of Medicine

 Southern Illinois University

 Troy University

 University of Oklahoma

 Villanova University
       STUDENT DATA




377 Degree Institutions        567 Non-degree Institutions
•Enrollment – 264,491          •Enrollment – 73,500
•Graduates – 55,561            •Graduates – 44,531
•78% Retention Rate            •Placement – 36,181
                               •82% Placement Rate
                               •80% Retention Rate

            Based on the 2010-2011 Annual Report
WHO ARE THESE STUDENTS


 53% are from an ethnic minority


 62% of our students are over 25


 86% are Florida Residents
             WHO PAYS
 Students pay the full cost of their
  education (no state tuition subsidies)
 Students receive less than $20 million
  annually in state financial aid funds (3%
  of the state financial aid budget)
 Students at accredited institutions may
  be eligible for federal financial aid
 Institutions pay over $131 million
  federal, state and local taxes annually
    IMPACTING FLORIDA’S
        WORKFORCE
Licensed institutions issued approximately
100,000 credentials in the 2009-2010 FY
 72,911 Diplomas (postsecondary)
 11,253 Associates degrees
 8,613 Bachelors degrees
 5,283 Masters degrees
 1,125 Doctoral degrees
 1,540 First Professional degrees
      MEETING THE NEEDS
        OF EMPLOYERS

 7,304 graduates in Business occupations

 46,653 graduates in Health professions

 4,823 graduates in Information
       Technology occupations
 PROGRAM PARTICIPATION
 Bright Futures Scholarships
 Statewide Course Numbering System
 Federal Financial Aid Programs
 Florida Education & Training Placement
  Information Program (FETPIP)
 Access to Better Learning and Education
  (ABLE) Grants
 Workforce Development Training
 Veteran’s Benefits
 Vocational Rehabilitation Training
COMMISSION GOVERNANCE
 Seven Commissioners appointed by the
 Governor and confirmed by the Senate
 Chapter 1005, Florida Statutes

 Chapter 6E, Florida Administrative Code

 Commission confirms that accrediting
 agencies have comparable standards
 prior to acceptance for Licensure by
 Means of Accreditation
   FISCAL ACCOUNTABILITY
 CIE is granted budget authority as part of
  the Office of the DOE Commissioner
 All Commission revenue comes from fees
  collected from licensed institutions (no
  General Revenue)
 Fees are the same since 2008

 This fee-based revenue is deposited into
  the Institutional Assessment Trust Fund
  and is managed by the DOE
 INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY
 Premier Data Management System

 Paperless Commission Agenda

 Webcast all Commission Meetings

 Electronic Newsletter (6 times a year)

 Video E-mail Notices

 On-Demand Tutorial Videos

 Transitioning to a Paperless Office
        HECC INITIATIVES
 Improve student articulation between
  nonpublic and public institutions
 Create an inventory of all public and
  nonpublic postsecondary program offerings
 Determine the supply and demand for an
  occupation in Florida’s job market
   Merge nonpublic graduate information and
    graduate data from public institutions
   Compare the total supply of graduates against the
    demand (jobs) for each Workforce Region
        Samuel L. Ferguson
         Executive Director
Commission for Independent Education
 325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414
  Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0400
           (850) 245-3200
         www.fldoe.org/cie/

				
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