IvyTechStrategicPlan2010.ppt - Ivy Tech Community College by yaofenji



Ivy Tech Community College-Our Mission
As a statewide, open-access college, Ivy Tech Community College provides
residents of Indiana with professional, technical, transfer and lifelong
education for successful careers, personal development, and citizenship.
Through its affordable, quality educational programs and services, the
College strengthens Indiana’s economy and enhances its cultural

14 Regions…23 Campuses
Region            Campus Locations   Region          Campus Locations
Bloomington       Bloomington        Northeast       Fort Wayne
Central Indiana   Indianapolis       Northwest       East Chicago
Columbus          Columbus                           Gary
East Central      Anderson                           Michigan City
                  Marion                             Valparaiso
                  Muncie             Richmond        Richmond
Kokomo            Kokomo             Sellersburg     Sellersburg
                  Logansport         Southeast       Lawrenceburg
Lafayette         Lafayette                          Madison
North Central     Elkhart            Southwest       Evansville
                  South Bend         Wabash Valley   Terre Haute

11 Straight Years of Enrollment Growth
Over 73,000 Students

    40,000                                                     Headcount-End of Spring
             1994-95 1996-97 1998-99 2000-01 2002-03 2004-05

Student Demographic by Age

                             15-19 yrs   18%
                             20-24 yrs   29%
                             25-29 yrs   17%
                             30-34 yrs   12%
                             35-39 yrs   8%
                             40-49 yrs   11%
                             50-59 yrs   4%
                             60+ yrs     1%

Top Ten Jobs Ivy Tech Prepares People For

   Entry-level managers           Administrative assistants

   Medical assistants             Licensed and registered nurses

   Information technology
    workers                        Accounting/bookkeeping staff

   Industrial technologists       Entry-level criminal justice workers

   Early childhood educators      Electricians

Faculty Credentials

                      Masters   49%
                      Bachelors 28.7%
                      Doctorate 8%
                      Other     7.9%
                      Associate 6.4%

Ivy Tech Funds Comparison (in millions)
                      1984-85             2005-06

Operating Funds        $ 46.2             $ 285.6
Sponsored              $ 5.6              $ 23.3
Financial Aid          $ 4.5              $ 29.4

Plant Funds            $ 5.0              $ 50.7

Auxiliary Funds        $ 3.2              $ 29.1

Other                  $ 2.8               $ 8.7

Total                 $ 63.7              $ 426.8
Challenges and Opportunities Facing Ivy Tech Community College

  Increased and time sensitive demands for workforce skills, a rapidly
  changing global economy, nimble competitors and a continued issue
  with basic literacy skills. How to:

  1.   Help low and moderately literate adults more quickly achieve
       proficiencies to permit college level study.

  2.   Better attract and educate young adults who have not planned on
       postsecondary study or whose previous attempts at college or other
       after-high school training have been unsuccessful.

  3.   Promote greater persistence and more rapid program completion
       and successful transfers. A necessary shift in focus from enrollment
       to outcomes.

  4.   Develop faculty who combine strong teaching skills with grounding
       and currency in their academic, technical and professional
Challenges and Opportunities Facing Ivy Tech Community College

  5.   Compress programs into shorter, more “digestible” modules better
       suited to the needs of working adults

  6.   Design programs of occupational education with a wider platform of
       transferable skills that reflect and support more frequent career

  7.   Encourage and support employers in designing and providing
       credentialed education and training to their workers

  8.   Use technology to deliver educational programs more effectively and

Undergraduate FTE Enrollment, Fall 2001

                                                            Indiana                  U.S.

 Research/Doctoral                                          59%                      31%

 Masters & Bacc.                                            20%                      24%
 (USI, Regional Campuses)

 Two-Year                                                   21%                      45%
 (VU, Ivy Tech)

 Source: Higher Ed Subcommittee of Gov’t Efficiency Committee; prepared by NCHEMS.

Potential Indiana Adult Participation in Postsecondary Education:
Adults ages 25-49
If Indiana achieved adult                                      then adult enrollment in Indiana
participation rate as…                                         would increase by:

Illinois                                                       73,696
California                                                     62,530
Michigan                                                       53,597
Alaska                                                         53,597
Washington                                                     49,131
Maryland                                                       46,897
Florida                                                        42,431
Virginia                                                       40,198
United States                                                  24,565

Source: Indiana Commission for Higher Education, National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Census information.

Associate Degrees Awarded in Indiana

Every public four-year institution in Indiana is in the associate degree
    business as well as many private colleges.

Institution                    1998-99         2003-04
Ball State                     232             307
Indiana State                  107             155
Indiana                        1,371           1,326
Ivy Tech                       2,240           3,674
Purdue                         1,839           1,896
Southern Indiana               161             149
Vincennes                      1,306           864
                               7,256           8,371

Ivy Tech has improved its position over the past five years:
    Increased number of associate degrees granted by 64%
    Increased its “market share” in comparison to the other four-year
     public institutions from 33 to 44%.
Ivy Tech has a defined market niche and a set of
marketplace advantages:
    New high school graduates who are both interested in and academically
    prepared for pursuit of an associate degree leading to entry level employment,
    or transfer to a four-year institution.

    High school graduates or young adults, whose prior academic preparation or
    previous post-secondary attempts bring them to Ivy Tech as their opportunity
    for success in higher education.

    Working adults who recognize training as a way to achieve career
    advancement and job opportunities.

    Employers who see a return on investment in the skill development of their

    Students seeking affordable access to higher education.

    Students interested in access through distance education or other technology

Key Elements in the Strategic Plan 2010

     Mission Statement

     Vision Document

     Strategic Plan 2010
       – Goals
       – Objectives
       – Strategies
       – Metrics

Strategic Plan 2010 Overarching Goal

   Increase successful program completions by 50% over the next
   five years (2009-10 over 2004-05), across-the-board on a
   statewide basis:
      50% increase in technical certificates
      50% increase in associate degrees
      50% increase in other, industry-recognized certifications
      50% increase in successful transfers to four-year institutions
           of pre-baccalaureate students

   The overarching goal for increasing program completion will be
   achieved within the context of a “balanced scorecard”

Vision Statement Goals

  GOAL I: Bringing New and Expanded Educational Programs to
     Indiana’s Communities

  GOAL II: Providing Marketplace Demand Driven Workforce
     Education and Economic Development for Indiana Communities

  GOAL III: Expanding Opportunities for Student Development

  GOAL IV: Becoming Centers for Continuing Education

  GOAL V: Becoming Centers for Service to Indiana Communities

  The Strategic Plan 2010 will primarily address GOALS I AND II

GOAL #1:      New and Expanded Educational Programs

•   Objective #1: Expand programs in existing high-need, high-demand
    workforce areas

•   Objective #2: Ensure that all associate degree programs allow
    students to continue on to baccalaureate level

•   Objective #3: Provide quality degree programs that are consistent with
    national standards and the standards of the universities to which
    credits will transfer

•   Objective #4: Offer remedial coursework in a variety of forms that will
    effectively and quickly move people into college-level work

GOAL #1:      New and Expanded Educational Programs (cont.)

•   Objective #5: Ensure that enrollment, retention and graduation
    demographics reflect the communities that are served

•   Objective #6: Evaluate and refine existing program template, with a
    focus on improving instructional quality, strengthening workplace
    relevance and eliminating outmoded programming

Goal #2:      Providing Marketplace Demand Driven Workforce
              and Economic Development

•   Objective #1: Understand the marketplace needs

•   Objective #2: Increase certification programs that lead to immediate
    employment and long-term career growth

•   Objective #3: Increase customized, employer-driven training

                                                                                                                “What gets measured gets done”

 Overarching Goal for Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana
 Increase Program Completions Attained by 50% by 2010
 Balanced Scorecard of Metrics to Monitor Progress and Success:
I. Program                II. Enrollment       III. Remediation     IV. Retention   V. Economic            VI. Employer      VII. Customer       VIII. Academic       IX. Institutional    X. Innovation
Completions                                                         (Persistence)   Results for            Based Job         Satisfaction        Quality              Efficiency
                                                                                    Completers             Training          (Students,
                                                                                                                             Employers, 4
                                                                                                                             Year Colleges)

No. of Technical          Headcount (by        Average Contact      Percent         Percent                No. of            Overall rating of   Professional         Total direct         External funding
Certificates Attained     region, by           Hours Required       continuing by   finding/retaining      Contracts with    Ivy Tech among      exam first           instructional cost   raised to
                          program, by          for Completion *     region, by      relevant employment    Employers ( &     Current             attempt pass         per credit hour      support new
                          targeted groups,                          program, by     within 6 months of     No. of New        Students,           rate                 and per FTE          program/course/
                          demographics)                             targeted        completion *           Contracts)        Completers,                                                   service
                                                                    groups,                                                  Drop-outs                                                     development

No. of Assoc. Degrees     FTE (by region,      Subsequent                           Earnings of program    No. of            Percent of          Successful           Net margin per       Percent of
Attained                  by program, by       success in regular                   completers 6, 12       employers         ITCCI credit        completion of 4      student per          courses offered
                          targeted groups      courses; percent                     mos. out (vs. prior;   served (& no.     courses covered     year programs        private sector       by distance/
                          demographics)        that ultimately                      vs. high school        of repeat         by transfer         by ITCCI             contract             alternative
                                               graduate *                           grads)                 customers)        credit              graduates who                             delivery vs.
                                                                                                                             agreements          transfer                                  traditional

No. of industry           Non-Credit           Retention or                                                No. of            Employer            Ratio of full-time   Space/facilities     Other metrics-
recognized                Programs             Successful                                                  Employees         satisfaction with   faculty to FTE       utilization          To be
certifications attained   (Continuing Ed,      Transfer of                                                 Trained; Total    ITCCI program       students (by                              developed
                          Workforce            Remediation                                                 no. contact       completers          program, course
                          Certification,       Students *                                                  hours             hired               type)
                          Contract Training,

No. of successful         For credit           Demographic                                                 Dollar Value of   Percent of          Faculty/staff        Staff salaries &
transfers to 4 yr.        enrollees as % of    Profiles of                                                 Contracts; Net    students who on     training,            benefits as
institutions              regl. population     Remediation                                                 Revenue           leaving report      development          percent of total
                          (penetration) *      Students *                                                                    that their goals    cost per FTE         institutional
                                                                                                                             were met                                 budget

Percent who are                                Passing rate for                                            Employer                              Other metrics –      Other metrics- To
completers within                              developmental                                               satisfaction                          to be developed      be developed
150% and/or 300% of                            courses/ Percent                                            with contracted                       (i.e. academic
normal timeframe                               retaking these                                              training                              credentials)                                          21
                                               courses *
Accomplishment of the Plan will require the following:

•   Promote the development of state education policies that support Ivy
    Tech’s mission and goals

•   Provide statewide academic support for regional campuses to ensure
    timely, cost effective delivery of Ivy Tech programs and services

•   Communicate the value of an Ivy Tech education to its publics

•   Establish a common culture, infrastructure and investments necessary
    to support Ivy Tech as a system wide enterprise

•   Establish accountability mechanisms and processes to ensure that Ivy
    Tech is meeting the goals included in the Strategic Plan 2010

Keys to success:

1.   Focus – we cannot be all things to all people

2.   Engaged – we must know the needs of our communities,
     customers and students

3.   Responsive – we must develop programs and courses of
     study in a time sensitive manner

4.   Results oriented – we must measure what we do and seek
     continuous improvement


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