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					DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES
   AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
   • BUDGET NOTES
   • PROGRAMS DELIVERED AT COMMUNITY
     COLLEGE
      –Carl Perkins Professional Technical Programs
      – Adult Basic Education/Title II of Workforce
      Investment Act
      –Small Business Development Centers

                    April 21, 2003
        Presented to Ways & Means Education
                    Subcommittee
                By: Cam Preus-Braly                   1
    Agency Reductions
                      2001-03 Agency Reduction Actions:
                            Reduction of 13.66%




2001 Appropriation plus HB5091 Adjustments   Second Special Session Reductions
Third Special Session Reductions             Fifth Special Session Reductions
Fifth Special Session Reductions             Administrative Reductions
                                                                                 2
                              Organizational Chart
                                                                OREGON STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION


        New                                                              Principal Executive/Manager H                          Exec Support Spec 2
   OWIB Exec. Staff                                                               Commissioner                                  Asst. to Commissioner
    Z7008 973 33x                                                                Z7014 015 40x                                     C0119 953 19

                                Principal Exec/Mgr F                                                                            Principal Exec/Mgr F
                               Asst. Commissioner - Ops                                                                     Assistant Commissioner - Prog.
                                    Z7010 214 35x                                                                                   Z7010 994 35x

 Principal Exec/Mgr A            Principal Exec/Mgr D        Principal Exec/Mgr D            Principal Exec/Mgr E               Principal Exec/Mgr E             Ore gon Y outh
Agency Support Manager        Finance & Admin. Manager    Information Team Manager         Strategic Teams Manager            Strategic Teams Manager          Conse rvation Corps
    Z7000 996 24x                   X7006 972 31x               X7006 951 31I                   X7008 971 33x                      X7008 970 33x
                                                                                                                                                              Program Technician 2
Administrative Specialist 2        Fiscal Analyst 2       Information Systems Spec 7         Principal Exec/Mgr E            Education Program Spec 2        OYCC Executive Director
Administrative Specialist           Fiscal Analyst             Systems Analyst           Basic Skills & Literacy Director   Instructional Programs Spec.         X0813 940 27
    C0108 969 19                   C1245 991 30                 C1487 960 31I                   Z7008 164 33x                      C2301 212 33
                                                                                                                                                              Program Representative 1
Administrative Specialist 1        Fiscal Analyst 1       Information Systems Spec 5       Education Program Spec 2          Education Program Spec 1        OYCC Program Coordinator
Administrative Specialist           Fiscal Analyst             Database Analyst           Education & Workforce Spec.       Education & Workforce Spec.            C0816 942 22
    C0107 115 17                   C1243 961 23                 C1485 995 28I                    C2301 209 33                      C2300 998 30
                                                                                                                                                                 Office Specialist 2
    Office Specialist 2        Accounting Technician 3    Information Systems Spec 6        Program Technician 2               Program Technician 2               OYCC Support
        Secretary               Accounting Technician            Programmer              Education & Workforce Coord        Education & Workforce Coord           C0104 941 15
     C0104 204 15                  C0212 962 19                 C1486 208 29I                   C0813 999 27                       C0813 966 27

    Office Specialist 2        Accounting Technician 2    Information Systems Spec 3        Program Technician 2               Program Technician 2
        Secretary               Accounting Technician          Web Coordinator           Education & Workforce Coord        Education & Workforce Coord
     C0104 237 15                  C0211 069 17                 C1483 968 24I                   C0813 967 27                        C0813 956 27

    Office Specialist 2                                            Planner 3                Program Technician 2               Program Technician 2
        Secretary                                              Financial Analyst         Education & Workforce Coord        Education & Workforce Coord
     C0104 899 15                                               C1109 990 29                     C0813 967 27                       C0813 958 27

    Office Specialist 2                                   Information Systems Spec 6         Principal Contributor 2           Program Technician 2
        Secretary                                                Programmer                    WIA Youth Staff              Education & Workforce Coord
     C0104 248 15                                               C1486 208 29I                    Z0852 974 31                       C0813 954 27

    Office Specialist 2                                                                      Principal Contributor 2           Program Technician 2
        Secretary                                                                                 WIA Liaison               Education & Workforce Coord
     C0104 997 15                                                                                Z0852 975 31                      C0813 965 27

    Office Specialist 1                                                                    Education Program Spec 1           Administrative Specialist 2
      Receptionist                                                                          Prof. Tech. Prog. Spec.               GED Specialist
     C0103 963 12                                                                               C2300 976 30                      C0108 211 19

                                                                                                                              Education Program Spec 2
                                                                                                                                GED Essay Readers
                                                                                                                                   C2301 930 33                                          3
                        Columbia
                Clatsop
                5,894 2,884
                                                                      Community Colleges
                                 Multnomah Hood R.
                16.3% 6.5%
                                 73,607 11.0%
                                                                                               Umatilla
                        Wash.                                                                                      Wallowa
                        44,531                    2,373                                        7,008
Tillamook                                                                                                          305
                           9.6%                   11.6%        Sherman                         10.0%
3,813                                                                             Morrow                           4.3%
                                                                137 Gilliam
15.5%                Yamhill                                                      815                     Union
                                      Clackamas                7.4% 98
                     6,469                                                        7.2%                    582
                                      33,438          Wasco           5.2%
                     7.4%                                                                                 2.4%
                  Polk                9.5%            2,974
                  5,962      Marion                   12.5%
                             35,494 12.2%                               Wheeler
                  9.4%                                                                                    Baker
Lincoln                                                                 78
                                                   Jefferson                                              755
4,427             Benton      Linn                                      5.0%
                  11,918                           1,631                               Grant              4.5%
9.9%                          14,396
                  14.9%                            8.2%                                374
                              13.8%
                                                                                       4.8%
                                                                  Crook
                                                                  1,283
                              Lane                                6.4%
                                                  Deschutes
                              37,054
                                                  13,468
                              11.3%
                                                  10.6%


                                                                                           Harney            Malheur
                                                                                           212               3,859
    Coos           Douglas                                     Lake
                                                                                           2.8%              12.1%
    10,655         16,233                                      639
    17.0%          16.0%                                       8.6%

                                                                              • CC Students by County
 Curry
            Josephine      Jackson          Klamath
                                                                              • Total Students Enrolled, 2001-02
 2,330
 11.0%
             5,379         7,220            2,836                             • % of Population Enrolled
              3.8%         3.8%             4.4%
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                   Community Colleges Served
                   406,434 Students in 2001-02
                180,000


                160,000                          154,373


                140,000


                120,000
Number Served




                                       102,056
                100,000                                          93,860


                 80,000


                 60,000


                 40,000
                                                                           22,097
                           17,298                                                     16,750
                 20,000


                    -
                          17 & Under    18-24     25-44          45-64    65 & Over   Unknown
                                                           Age

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                           Increased Student Demand
                                          Over the Last Decade
                 410,000

                 400,000

                 390,000

                 380,000

                 370,000

                 360,000
Total Students




                 350,000

                 340,000

                 330,000

                 320,000

                 310,000

                 300,000

                 290,000

                 280,000
                           1991-92   1992-93   1993-94   1994-95   1995-96   1996-97   1997-98   1998-99   1999-2000   2000-01   2001-02
                                                                              Year


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                        Enrollment Scenarios Including
                               Agency Request
                        110,000

                                                                                                                                      105,996
                        105,000
                                                                                                             102,909
                        100,000                                                          99,912
                                                               97,550
                                                               96,069                    95,558
                         95,000
Projected Enrollments




                                                                                                             92,064
                                       91,125
                         90,000                                                                              90,165                   90,082
                                                                                                             88,267                   88,224
                                                                                                             86,368                   86,367
                         85,000                                                                              84,469                   84,509
                                                                                                             82,571                   82,651
                                                                                                                                      80,793
                         80,000

                         75,000

                         70,000

                         65,000

                         60,000
                                  2000-01                 2001-02               2002-03                 2003-04                  2004-05
                                                                                 Ye ar


                                  Agency Request - Projected FTE                    Governor's Balanced Budget - Projected FTE
                                  Governor's Budget Minus 2% - Projected FTE        Governor's Budget Minus 4% - Projected FTE
                                  Governor's Budget Minus 6% - Projected FTE        Governor's Budget Minus 8% - Projected FTE
                                  Governor's Budget Minus 10% - Projected FTE


                                                                                                                                                8
                 Budget Numbers
                   2003-05 Funding
Total CCSF Appropriation - Gov. Balanced Budget           407,668,252
Net Impact of Payment Shift (April 15 moved to July 15)    (5,761,748)
State Funds Available for 2003-05                         401,906,504
Less:
 Distance Learning                                            602,565
 COD Allocations                                            1,590,000
 Columbia Gorge Annexation                                  1,170,000
Subtotal                                                    3,362,565

Biennial Funds Available for Formula Distribution         398,543,939

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                                    Enrollment Scenarios
                        100,000

                                                                  97,550
                         95,000                                                     95,558

                                                                                                          92,064
                                           91,125
                                                                                                          90,165                  90,082
Projected Enrollments




                         90,000
                                                                                                          88,267                  88,224
                                                                                                          86,368                  86,367
                         85,000
                                                                                                          84,469                  84,509
                                                                                                          82,571                  82,651
                                                                                                                                  80,793
                         80,000



                         75,000



                         70,000
                                      2000-01                2001-02           2002-03               2003-04               2004-05



                                  Governor's Balanced Budget - Projected FTE        Governor's Budget Minus 2% - Projected FTE
                                  Governor's Budget Minus 4% - Projected FTE        Governor's Budget Minus 6% - Projected FTE
                                  Governor's Budget Minus 8% - Projected FTE        Governor's Budget Minus 10% - Projected FTE

                                                                                                                                           10
               Tuition/Fees
Tuition increased 12% this year
  •rates are set by local college boards.
  •state average yearly tuition and fees for
    a full-time in-district student = $2,337
  •tuition for 2002-03 ranges from $40-$55
    per credit
Projected average increase next year of $10
per credit, for a range of $46 to $62
                                               11
                               Community College Tuition
                             2,750


                             2,500


                             2,250

                             2,000
Average Annualized Tuition




                             1,750

                             1,500


                             1,250

                             1,000

                              750

                              500


                              250

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                                                                                                   Academic Year




                                   02-03 increase 12%
                                   Student share of their education for the decade
                                   1992 to 2002 increased from 22% to 33%                                                                                                      12
                 2002-03 Annual Tuition and Fees:
               5,000
                         Cost to Students
               4,500                                                                                                                                  $4,359

                                                                       $4,014
               4,000                                $3,843                                                   $3,885
                       $3,678                                                                                                         $3,687                           $3,720
                                                                                         $3,600
               3,500


               3,000
Tuition/Fees




                                       $2,610             $2,580                                                                                            $2,550
                                                                                                                           $2,453
               2,500            $2,348                                                                                                     $2,370
                                                                                                  $2,274
                                                                                                                  $2,205
                                                                                                                                                                            $2,115
                                                                           $1,935                                      $1,992
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                                      Enrollment Projections
                        100,000

                                                                       97,550

                                                                                            95,558
                         95,000                                                                                             94,536

                                                                                                                            92,064                       92,501
                                       91,125
                         90,000                                                                                             90,165                       90,082
Projected Enrollments




                                                                                                                            88,267                       88,224

                                                                                                                            86,368                       86,367
                         85,000                                                                                             84,469                       84,509

                                                                                                                            82,571                       82,651

                                                                                                                                                         80,793
                         80,000



                         75,000



                         70,000
                                  2000-01                       2001-02            2002-03                           2003-04                        2004-05
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                                   Co-Chairs 4/1703 Budget                                           Governor's Balanced Budget - Project ed FT E
                                   Governor's Budget Minus 2% - Project ed FT E                      Governor's Budget Minus 4% - Project ed FT E
                                   Governor's Budget Minus 6% - Project ed FT E                      Governor's Budget Minus 8% - Project ed FT E
                                   Governor's Budget Minus 10% - Project ed FT E


                                                                                                                                                                  14
        U.S. Department of Labor                            U.S. Department of Education



                                         OR Dept. of Education          WIA Title II (Adult Education and
    WIA Title IB (Adult, Youth,
                                                                         Family Literacy) - $9.8 million
Dislocated Workers) - $112.3 million

                                       Perkins Professional Technical
                                            Funds - $9.4 million



                                  Department of Community Colleges and              Oregon
                                         Workforce Development                     Community
                                                                                    Colleges
               Local                       Contracts for Services
              Workforce
               Areas
                                            Community College Support Fund -
                                                    $407.7 million




                                 State Funding (Oregon Legislature)

                                                                                                            15
   Professional Technical Programs
Federal Carl Perkins Professional Technical program:

• Builds on the efforts of states and localities to develop
  challenging academic standards
• Promotes the development of services and activities that
  integrate academic and professional/technical instruction
• Promotes the linkage between secondary and postsecondary
  education
• Increases state and local flexibility to provide services and
  activities
• Disseminates national research and provides professional
  development and technical assistance to improve vocational and
  technical education programs
                                                               16
    Professional Technical Programs
    – 50-50 split of funds between secondary and post-secondary
      programs
    – Funding directly distributed to high schools and colleges as
      grant-in-aid
Statewide activities:
• Challenge Grants – K12/CC collaborations for demonstration
   projects in Information Technology, Teacher and Paraprofessional
   Preparation, Engineering and Healthcare
• Statewide Community College program initiatives in:
     – Healthcare – the Community College Healthcare Action Plan,
       preliminary funding for 2003-04
     – Teacher and Paraprofessional Training –training in response to
       No Child Left Behind mandates/planning phase
• Revitalization of State Youth Committee – joint staffing by           17
   ODE/OPTE and CCWD/WIA Staff
                              Organizational Chart
                                                                OREGON STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION


        New                                                              Principal Executive/Manager H                          Exec Support Spec 2
   OWIB Exec. Staff                                                               Commissioner                                  Asst. to Commissioner
    Z7008 973 33x                                                                Z7014 015 40x                                     C0119 953 19

                                Principal Exec/Mgr F                                                                            Principal Exec/Mgr F
                               Asst. Commissioner - Ops                                                                     Assistant Commissioner - Prog.
                                    Z7010 214 35x                                                                                   Z7010 994 35x

 Principal Exec/Mgr A            Principal Exec/Mgr D        Principal Exec/Mgr D            Principal Exec/Mgr E               Principal Exec/Mgr E             Ore gon Y outh
Agency Support Manager        Finance & Admin. Manager    Information Team Manager         Strategic Teams Manager            Strategic Teams Manager          Conse rvation Corps
    Z7000 996 24x                   X7006 972 31x               X7006 951 31I                   X7008 971 33x                      X7008 970 33x
                                                                                                                                                              Program Technician 2
Administrative Specialist 2        Fiscal Analyst 2       Information Systems Spec 7         Principal Exec/Mgr E            Education Program Spec 2        OYCC Executive Director
Administrative Specialist           Fiscal Analyst             Systems Analyst           Basic Skills & Literacy Director   Instructional Programs Spec.         X0813 940 27
    C0108 969 19                   C1245 991 30                 C1487 960 31I                   Z7008 164 33x                      C2301 212 33
                                                                                                                                                              Program Representative 1
Administrative Specialist 1        Fiscal Analyst 1       Information Systems Spec 5       Education Program Spec 2          Education Program Spec 1        OYCC Program Coordinator
Administrative Specialist           Fiscal Analyst             Database Analyst           Education & Workforce Spec.       Education & Workforce Spec.            C0816 942 22
    C0107 115 17                   C1243 961 23                 C1485 995 28I                    C2301 209 33                      C2300 998 30
                                                                                                                                                                 Office Specialist 2
    Office Specialist 2        Accounting Technician 3    Information Systems Spec 6        Program Technician 2               Program Technician 2               OYCC Support
        Secretary               Accounting Technician            Programmer              Education & Workforce Coord        Education & Workforce Coord           C0104 941 15
     C0104 204 15                  C0212 962 19                 C1486 208 29I                   C0813 999 27                       C0813 966 27

    Office Specialist 2        Accounting Technician 2    Information Systems Spec 3        Program Technician 2               Program Technician 2
        Secretary               Accounting Technician          Web Coordinator           Education & Workforce Coord        Education & Workforce Coord
     C0104 237 15                  C0211 069 17                 C1483 968 24I                   C0813 967 27                        C0813 956 27

    Office Specialist 2                                            Planner 3                Program Technician 2               Program Technician 2
        Secretary                                              Financial Analyst         Education & Workforce Coord        Education & Workforce Coord
     C0104 899 15                                               C1109 990 29                     C0813 967 27                       C0813 958 27

    Office Specialist 2                                   Information Systems Spec 6         Principal Contributor 2           Program Technician 2
        Secretary                                                Programmer                    WIA Youth Staff              Education & Workforce Coord
     C0104 248 15                                               C1486 208 29I                    Z0852 974 31                       C0813 954 27

    Office Specialist 2                                                                      Principal Contributor 2           Program Technician 2
        Secretary                                                                                 WIA Liaison               Education & Workforce Coord
     C0104 997 15                                                                                Z0852 975 31                      C0813 965 27

    Office Specialist 1                                                                    Education Program Spec 1           Administrative Specialist 2
      Receptionist                                                                          Prof. Tech. Prog. Spec.               GED Specialist
     C0103 963 12                                                                               C2300 976 30                      C0108 211 19

                                                                                                                              Education Program Spec 2
                                                                                                                                GED Essay Readers                                        18
                                                                                                                                   C2301 930 33
Adult Education & Family Literacy
                  Title II of WIA


Provides assistance to adults -
• Increase literacy, knowledge and skills necessary
  for employment and self-sufficiency

• Completion of a secondary school education or
  equivalent


                                                      19
Adult Education & Family Literacy
                    Title II of WIA

Need for literacy services is well documented
• Individuals without a high school credential
  from the 2000 Census:
   – 223,106 Oregonians aged 25 and older, 9.9% of the
     population, without a high school credential
   – 111,705 of those have less than a 9th grade education
   – Numbers served by local programs in 2001-2002:
     26,314.


                                                             20
Adult Education & Family Literacy
                Title II of WIA


• Basic skills instruction in reading, math,
  writing, speaking/listening
• Secondary credential: GED and high
  school diploma
• Family literacy and workplace literacy
• Instruction in reading, writing, speaking
  and listening in English (ESL)
                                               21
Adult Education & Family Literacy
              Title II of WIA

Providers include:
• Seventeen community colleges
• Community-based coalitions
• Department of Corrections
• Local and county jails




                                    22
Adult Education & Family Literacy
                 Title II of WIA

  Total served: 26,314
   Basic Skills: 12,663
   Limited English speakers: 11,905
   GED/Adult High School: 1,746
  Gender:
   Male: 14,069
   Female: 12,245
  Employed on entry into program:
   9,905
                                       23
                              Organizational Chart
                                                                OREGON STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION


        New                                                              Principal Executive/Manager H                          Exec Support Spec 2
   OWIB Exec. Staff                                                               Commissioner                                  Asst. to Commissioner
    Z7008 973 33x                                                                Z7014 015 40x                                     C0119 953 19

                                Principal Exec/Mgr F                                                                            Principal Exec/Mgr F
                               Asst. Commissioner - Ops                                                                     Assistant Commissioner - Prog.
                                    Z7010 214 35x                                                                                   Z7010 994 35x

 Principal Exec/Mgr A            Principal Exec/Mgr D        Principal Exec/Mgr D            Principal Exec/Mgr E               Principal Exec/Mgr E             Ore gon Y outh
Agency Support Manager        Finance & Admin. Manager    Information Team Manager         Strategic Teams Manager            Strategic Teams Manager          Conse rvation Corps
    Z7000 996 24x                   X7006 972 31x               X7006 951 31I                   X7008 971 33x                      X7008 970 33x
                                                                                                                                                              Program Technician 2
Administrative Specialist 2        Fiscal Analyst 2       Information Systems Spec 7         Principal Exec/Mgr E            Education Program Spec 2        OYCC Executive Director
Administrative Specialist           Fiscal Analyst             Systems Analyst           Basic Skills & Literacy Director   Instructional Programs Spec.         X0813 940 27
    C0108 969 19                   C1245 991 30                 C1487 960 31I                   Z7008 164 33x                      C2301 212 33
                                                                                                                                                              Program Representative 1
Administrative Specialist 1        Fiscal Analyst 1       Information Systems Spec 5       Education Program Spec 2          Education Program Spec 1        OYCC Program Coordinator
Administrative Specialist           Fiscal Analyst             Database Analyst           Education & Workforce Spec.       Education & Workforce Spec.            C0816 942 22
    C0107 115 17                   C1243 961 23                 C1485 995 28I                    C2301 209 33                      C2300 998 30
                                                                                                                                                                 Office Specialist 2
    Office Specialist 2        Accounting Technician 3    Information Systems Spec 6        Program Technician 2               Program Technician 2               OYCC Support
        Secretary               Accounting Technician            Programmer              Education & Workforce Coord        Education & Workforce Coord           C0104 941 15
     C0104 204 15                  C0212 962 19                 C1486 208 29I                   C0813 999 27                       C0813 966 27

    Office Specialist 2        Accounting Technician 2    Information Systems Spec 3        Program Technician 2               Program Technician 2
        Secretary               Accounting Technician          Web Coordinator           Education & Workforce Coord        Education & Workforce Coord
     C0104 237 15                  C0211 069 17                 C1483 968 24I                   C0813 967 27                        C0813 956 27

    Office Specialist 2                                            Planner 3                Program Technician 2               Program Technician 2
        Secretary                                              Financial Analyst         Education & Workforce Coord        Education & Workforce Coord
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    Office Specialist 2                                   Information Systems Spec 6         Principal Contributor 2           Program Technician 2
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    Office Specialist 2                                                                      Principal Contributor 2           Program Technician 2
        Secretary                                                                                 WIA Liaison               Education & Workforce Coord
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    Office Specialist 1                                                                    Education Program Spec 1           Administrative Specialist 2
      Receptionist                                                                          Prof. Tech. Prog. Spec.               GED Specialist
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                                                                                                                              Education Program Spec 2
                                                                                                                                GED Essay Readers
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Adult Education & Family Literacy
                  Title II of WIA

  Local programs report challenges including:
  • Waiting lists for entry into programs
  • Lack of resources to add services for family
    literacy and workplace literacy
  • Need for childcare and transportation support for
    learners while attending school
  • Serving learners who are balancing work, family,
    and school



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       Small Business Development
                 Centers
• The Oregon Small Business Development Center
  Network is a partnership that includes:
   –   16 community colleges, three state universities
   –   the U.S. Small Business Administration
   –   the Oregon Economic and Community Development Department
   –   private business
• More than 10,000 businesses were assisted by the Oregon
  SBDC program in 2002.
• Funding for the SBDC Network is included in the budget
  of the Oregon Economic and Community Development
  Department.
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       Small Business Development
                 Centers
• Services to Business Owners:
   –   Confidential Business Counseling
   –   Business Training
   –   Business Information and Referrals
   –   International Trade Assistance
• Major Areas of Assistance:
   –   Business Plan Development
   –   Marketing Plan Development
   –   Accounting Assistance
   –   New Product or Service Development
   –   Personnel Management


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Small Business Development
          Centers
                   Oregon SBDC Network 2001-03 Budget



                           State
                           27%

                      $2.2 Million

                                                        Community Colleges and
                                                            Universities
                                                                49%

                                                              $3.9 Million

                     Federal
                      24%

                  $1.9 Million
                                                        T otal: $8,006,712
 Source: Oregon SBDC Network




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             Access at risk for Oregonians

100,000

                          Community Colleges

 90,000
Annual FTE




 80,000




 70,000

                                           OUS
 60,000




 50,000
             1995-96   1996-97   1997-98   1998-99   1999-00   2000-01   2001-02   2002-03   2003-04   2004-05


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  Increased Demand for Highly
       Skilled Workforce
“Oregon’s future will depend on having a critical mass of
 highly skilled technology workers and researchers.”
“We need to immediately retrain existing workers for
 today’s high demand jobs.”
  Oregon Council for Knowledge and Economic Development Report, 2002


“The current supply of graduates produced by Oregon’s
 community colleges and universities falls short of the
 demand created by new positions and vacancies in these
 critical shortage fields.”
    Final Report of the Interim Task Force on Health Care Personnel, 2002
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                 Challenges
• Nursing and Allied Health Programs are full but
  colleges do not have funds to expand to meet
  market demand.
• Waiting lists for ESL classes
• Funding cuts = fewer programs, classes, seats
  statewide
• Physical plants in need of repair or expansion to
  meet the need for classroom and lab space.

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                Challenges
Professional Technical Programs are the training
     ground for a highly skilled workforce.

   But in 2001-2003 the gap in PT programs grew:

         15 AAS Programs were suspended
       12 Certificate Programs were suspended
           17 AAS Programs were deleted
          8 Certificate Programs were deleted


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         What are the Options?
•   More $$$!
•   Greater reliance on grant and “other” funds
•   Cost savings: cut staff, programs, courses
•   Tuition Strategies
    – Raising Tuition
    – Differentiated Tuition
    – Increased Oregon Opportunity Grant

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          Socio-Economic Benefits
• Return on investment (source: CC Benefits Inc. Study, March 2002)
    – 17% ROI in Oregon’s Community Colleges.
    – The state of Oregon benefits from improved health,
      reduced welfare, unemployment and crime saving the
      public $61.5 million per year.
• Benefits of a community college education
   (Bureau of Labor Statistics publication)

    – Increase wages $100 to $400 per week
    – Decreases likelihood of unemployment by 50%


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