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Group Title: Key performance indicators ...
Title: Key performance indicators. Year-in-review report.
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Title: Key performance indicators. Year-in-review report.
Series Title: Key performance indicators ...
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Board of Trustees of the University of the Virgin Islands
Affiliation: University of the Virgin Islands -- Board of Trustees of the University of the Virgin Islands
Publication Date: 12/26/2006
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Subject: Caribbean   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States Virgin Islands
Caribbean
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Volume ID: VID00003
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Table of Contents
    Main
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        Page 2
        Page 3
    Enrollment
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
    Financial aid
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
    Student retention, persistence and graduation rates
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
    Community engagement
        Page 18
        Page 19
    Crime statistics
        Page 20
        Page 21
    Financial indicators
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
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Key Performance Indicators

Year-in-Review Report

University of the Virgin Islands
Board of Trustees Meeting
June 24, 2006



Prepared by:
Office of Institutional Research and Planning






Presentation Cycle for KPIs


June Meeting


"Academic


Year


in


Review"


* Summary of Academic Year
Highlight Year-Over-Year Comparisons


* Progress


* Peer


Towards Strategic Goals


Comparisons & Analysis


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Key Performance Indicators


* Enrollment

* Financial Impact of
Enrollment

* Financial Aid

* Student Retention,
Persistence &
Graduation Rates


* Community
Engagement

* Crime Statistics

* Financial Indicators

* Development

* Facilities and Capital
Projects












Enrollment


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Fall Headcount Enrollment

5-Year Profile (2001-2005)


Headcount Growth/Decline
Years
Enrollment (%)

2001 2,314

2002 2,519 1 9%

2003 2,715 _1 8%

2004 2,565 6%

2005 2,392 7%


* Headcount Enrollment _7% Fall 2005

Vision 2012:
* Long-Term Goal 3,000 Students
Strategic Goal IC Vision 2012
"Increase Enrollment.. "


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Fall Enrollment by FTE and CHP

5-Year Profile (2001-2005)


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Full-Time Equivalency (FTE)

Fall FTE Growth/Decline
(%)
2001 1,853

2002 2,050 J 11%

2003 2,233 J 9%

2004 2,158 I 3%

2005 2,056 I 5%


Credit


Hour Production (CHP)


Fall CHP Growth/Decline
(%)
2001 21,864

2002 24,203 11%

2003 26,349 9%

2004 25,525 3%

2005 24,312 5%






Fall/Spring Enrollment by FTE


5-Year Profile (2001/02


&


CHP


- 2005/06)


Full-Time Equivalency


(FTE)


Credit Hour Production


(CHP)


Fall/Spring FTE Growth/Decline
(%)
2001-02 3,682

2002-03 3,979 8%
2003-04 4,331 -9%

2004-05 4,213 3%

2005-06 4,050 4%


Fall/Spring CHP Growth/Decline
(%)
2001-02 43,464

2002-03 46,945 J 8%

2003-04 51,047 J 9%

2004-05 49,774 1 2%

2005-06 47,832 1 4%


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Some Observation


Student Population:
Full-time Students


* More Part-Time Students Than Traditional


4-Year Institutions


* Female
* Average Age
* Employed
* Territory
* SAT Scores


(Peers #2)


77%
22
77%
93%
814


* Taking Skills Classes


- 71%


S ...


53%












Financial Aid


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Financial Aid: UVI & Other Sources

Fall 2005 vs. Fall 2004


Thousands
$800- / __ UVI Funding Flat 15 Yrs
$700-
$600-Other Aid
Vrsnn-607 E613M Other Aid lt1%/2004


2004 2005
D UVI l Other





Financial Aid


Fall 2005


vs.


Federal


Fall 2004


Millions
$6-
$5
$4
$3-
$2
$1
$0


* 4.3%& in Federal Aid

* Decline in Federal
Support for Education


2004 2005


O Federal


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Student Retention,
Persistence & Graduation Rates


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Student Retention, Persistence &


Graduation Rates


UVI Others(*)
Retention (Full-Time First Year to Second Year) Peers 68%
2005 72% Peer HBCU 69%
2004 75% CSRDE** 69%
CSRDE (by Race/Black) 41%
Strategic Goal D Vision 2012 Low Selectivity(<990 SAT) 67%
L/T Goal 75%
Persistence (Cohort 2001) CSRDE
3rd Year 60% W8% 3rd Year 54% 4th Year 18%
4th Year 54% 13i6% Low Selectivity
3rd Year 53% 4th Year 20%
Graduation 2005 32% Both Campuses Peers 35%
Peer HBCU 37%
Carnegie MA II 39%
CSRDE 48%
CSRDE (by Race/Black) 41%
Low Selectivity 35%
* 2003 Data
** Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange 13


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Some Observations

Maintaining and/or Increasing UVI's
Retention and Persistence Rates Will...
Support Increased Enrollments
Increase Graduation Rates
Insure UVI Continues to Compare
Favorably to Peers





Degrees Granted


2006 vs.


2005


* Degrees Granted
11%


Spring Spring Growth/Decline
2006 2005 (%)

Masters 66 56 J 18%
Bachelors 212 172 j 23%
Associates 76 92 J 17%
Total Degrees 354 320 a 11%


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Degrees by Campus


2006 vs.


2005


* Both Campuses
BA/BS

* St. Croix
Masters
Associates

* St. Thomas
Associates
Masters


Degree St Croix St. Thomas

Masters 26 -W189% 40 1 15%

Bachelors 65 1 35% 147119%

Associates 43 j 16% 33 1 20%
Total 134 23% 220 4%


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Some Observations

If Characteristics of Students Continue to
Shift They Will...
Affect Retention, Persistence and
Graduation Rates Favorably
Increase Demand for Student
Services
Require Investment in Enrollment
Management











Community Engagement


Strategic Goal 4D VISION 2012
"Support community skill development and success by expanding
certifications, workforce training, continuing education, lifelong
learning, professional development, and consulting services. "





Community Engagement*

Non-Traditional Education Activities

Fall-Spring 2005-2006

Impact = 18,073 Individuals


* CELL- Workforce Continuing
Education
409

* VI Center for Excellence in
Developmental Disabilities
815

* Small Business Development
Center (SBDC)
2,473


* Cooperative Extension Service (CES)
10,425

* Agriculture Experiment Station (AES)
360

* Center for Marine and Environmental
Studies (CMES)
3,447

* Eastern Caribbean Center (ECC)
144


*Non-Traditional, Non-Degree Seeking Opportunities Including Certificates, Workshops, Seminars












Crime Statistics


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Crime Statistics

Fall-Spring 2005-2006


St. Croix
* 6 Bomb Threats*
* 1 Burglary
* 5 Thefts*
* 1 Motor Vehicle Theft

St. Thomas
* 1 Sexual Assault (off
campus)
* 1 Armed Robbery (did not
involve UVI students)
* 1 Burglary
* 18 Thefts *


Peer & National Comparisons
2004 UVI 2003
Criminal Incident # of UVI Rank with National
Offenses
On Caps Range Incidents Peers Statistics
On Campus

Sexual 0-4 1 2 .4
Assault
Robbery 0- 12 1 2 .3
Burglary 0-29 2 3 5
Motor 0- 13 1 2 1
Vehicle Theft
Not Reported on Clery Report
** Compared to 19 Peers
*** Most Current National Statistics Available


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Financial Indicators


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Development


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Annual Fund Contributions

YTD 2004-05 to 2005-06


Goal


Goal


Millions
$2
$2
$1
$10
$o


* Oct. 2005 May 2006
$1,572,360 169%
Cash $645,794 -3 13%


04-05 05-06


D Annual Fund Year-to-Date U Actual


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Alumni Contributions

YTD 2004-05 to 2005-06


$40,000

$30,000

$20,000

$10,000

$0


* Oct. 2005 May 2006
1 10%


04-05 05-06


* Giving Amount


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% Trustees Who Contributed

YTD 2004-05 to 2005-06


* Oct. 2005 May 2006
Giving $7,500 54%
6/15/- 40%
Avg. Contribution $1,250


100% /
80/%
60%/
40%/
20%-
0%/a


04-05 05-06

Percent Giving


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Facilities Maintenance


* Deferred Maintenance
1999 $27M
2001 $17M
2004 $ 7M
2006 $ 10M

* Physical Condition of Facilities
Classrooms
1999 Poor
2004 Very Good
2006 Very Good


* Physical Condition of Facilities
Faculty Offices
1999 Fair
2004 Good
2006 Good
Dormitories
1999 Poor/Fair
2004 Very Good
2006 Very Good
Assembly Halls/Grounds
1999 Fair
2004 Very Good
2006 Very Good
Faculty/Admin Residences
1999 Fair
2004 Good
2006 Excellent


*Based on 1999 Facilities Needs Assessment






Capital Projects Summary

Fall-Spring 2005-2006

Major Systems Upgrades and Renovation


Both Campuses
* Solar Safety and Security Site
Project
* Electrical Infrastructure Engineering
Assessment Completed

St. Croix
* Electrical Service Distribution
Upgrade to Main Campus
* New South Access Road and
Additional Parking

In Progress:
Repairs to Exterior of Buildings


St. Thomas
* Marine Science Center Dive Station
and Main Building Improvements
Completed
* UVI Bookstore Moved to Jerome
House
* Paiewonsky Library Electrical
Upgrade Completed
* West Complex of Residences and
Offices Are Completed

In Progress:
Administration and Conference
Center
East Complex Conversion from
Residential to Institutional










Thank You!




Office of Institutional Research and Planning




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