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  • FY 2017-18

    Proposed Tuition and Fees

    Meal Plans and Housing

    Board of Trustee Presentation

    December 2016

  • Page 2

    FY 2017-18 Campus Initiated

    Tuition Increase (CITI)

    Proposals

  • Page 3

    Committee Membership

    • Co-Chairs: – Mr. Trey Tillotson, SGA

    Vice President

    – Dr. Rick Whitfield, CBO

    and VCBA

    • Students: – Ms. Jane Chiffriller

    – Mr. Taylor Ferimer

    – Ms. Elizabeth Kane

    – Ms. Ottillie Mensah

    • Faculty: – Dr. Steve Meinhold

    – Dr. George Schell

    • Operations

    Administration: – Mr. Bradley Ballou

    – Ms. Ann Glossl

    – Ms. Beth Roberts

    – Ms. Sara Thorndike

    – Mr. Dave Ulaszek

  • Page 4

    BOG Guidance – Student Involvement

    • Collaborative: Committee co-chaired by VCBA/CBO and

    Student Government Association Vice President

    • Inclusive & Timely: Student representation should be

    diverse, representing various student populations

    – At least 2 student forums, one mid-day and one in evening

    • Transparent: Multiple communication methods to inform

    students

  • Page 5

    BOG Guidance - Tuition • Existing resident undergraduate students will continue to

    pay Fall 2016 tuition rates for next 3 years

    • Allowable tuition increases

    – New resident undergraduate students: no more than a 2% increase ($87.11) allowed, fixed for 4 years

    – Non-resident undergraduate students (no cap, not fixed)

    – Graduate students (no cap, not fixed)

    – General Administration still developing fixed tuition guidelines

  • Page 6

    BOG Guidance - Fees • A 3% maximum increase ($75.15), including debt service, for

    mandatory BOG approved student fees

    • Fees will be charged only for limited, dedicated purposes and

    shall not be used to defray the costs of general academic and

    administrative operations of campuses, including academic

    programs and faculty and administrative salaries and benefits

    • Every effort should be made to keep fees for students as low as

    possible while providing the revenues needed to support the

    purpose for which the fees are charged

  • Page 7

    BOG Guidance – Tuition & Fees • Combined tuition and fee rates for resident undergraduates shall

    remain within the bottom quartile of UNCW’s public peers, as

    approved by BOG

    • Campuses shall set a goal for combined tuition and fee rates for non-

    resident undergraduates at or above the third quartile of their

    approved public peers and rates should be market driven and reflect

    the full cost of providing a quality education

    • Graduate and professional schools shall continue to establish rates

    consistent with each program’s unique market and academic

    requirements while increasing excellence and ensuring access

  • Page 8

    UNCW Peer Institutions Resident Undergraduates

    Institution FY 2015-16 Resident UG Tuition & Fees

    College of William and Mary $16,919

    The College of New Jersey $15,466

    Rowan University $12,864

    College of Charleston $11,322

    University of Maryland-Baltimore County $11,006

    The University of Texas at Dallas $10,864

    University of Maine $10,610

    James Madison University $10,018

    Towson University $9,182

    SUNY at Binghamton $9,053

    California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo $9,001

    University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire $8,822

    Western Washington University $8,611

    University of Northern Iowa $7,817

    Murray State University $7,608

    Truman State University $7,456

    California State University-Chico $7,022

    University of North Carolina Wilmington $6,691

    University of North Carolina Wilmington FY 2016-17 Resident UG Tuition & Fees = $6,952

    Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System

  • Page 9

    UNCW Peer Institutions Non-Resident Undergraduates

    Institution FY 2015-16 Non-Resident UG Tuition & Fees

    College of William and Mary $41,072

    University of Maine $28,880

    College of Charleston $28,866

    The University of Texas at Dallas $26,894

    The College of New Jersey $26,397

    James Madison University $25,152

    University of Maryland-Baltimore County $23,770

    SUNY at Binghamton $22,173

    Rowan University $20,978

    Western Washington University $20,963

    Towson University $20,788

    Murray State University $20,712

    University of North Carolina Wilmington $20,557

    California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo $20,161

    California State University-Chico $18,182

    University of Northern Iowa $18,005

    University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire $16,395

    Truman State University $13,683

    University of North Carolina Wilmington FY 2016-17 Non-Resident UG Tuition & Fees = $20,920

    Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)

  • Page 10

    FY 2017-18 Campus Initiated

    Tuition Increase (CITI)

    Proposals

    Tuition

  • Page 11

    FY 2017-18 Tuition Requests

    Tuition

    Current

    Tuition

    FY 2016-17

    Proposed

    Tuition

    FY 2017-18

    Proposed

    $ Change

    FY 2017-18

    Proposed

    % Change

    New Tuition

    Revenue

    Undergraduate

    Students

    Resident $ 4,355.50 $ 4,442.50 $ 87.00 2.00% $ 280,939

    Non-Resident $ 18,324.51 $ 18,508.00 $ 183.49 1.00% $ 306,937

    Graduate Students

    Resident $ 4,448.24 $ 4,626.00 $ 177.76 4.00% $ 230,671

    Non-Resident $ 16,667.18 $ 17,834.00 $ 1,166.82 7.00% $ 184,072

  • Page 12

    Resident Tuition Rate Changes

  • Page 13

    New Resident Headcount Changes

  • Page 14

    Non-Resident Tuition Rate Changes

  • Page 15

    New Non-Resident Headcount Changes

  • Page 16

    Potential New Tuition Uses per GA

    Guidance • General operating inflationary increases

    – Faculty and staff compensation *

    – Utilities, supplies or materials

    • Strategic investments that improve student outcomes

    • Significant changes in fixed costs

    • Reductions in appropriations per FTE

    • BOG approved need or merit-based financial aid program * – Tuition used for need-based aid is capped at 15% ($13,130,229) of total

    tuition revenues ($87,534,862)

    • UNCW currently awarding 10.3% ($9,012,300) of total tuition revenues for need-based aid

    * Proposed uses

  • Page 17

    Use of Proposed Tuition Increase

    • Undergraduate Tuition Revenue of $587,876

    – $587,876 to equity and excellence for faculty and staff

    salaries

    • Graduate Tuition Revenue of $414,743

    – $310,000 for 310 graduate assistantship stipend increases of

    $1,000 each

    – $104,743 to graduate tuition remissions

  • Page 18

    Tuition Action • ACTION ITEM: The University is requesting Board of

    Trustee approval to increase the following tuition rates for fiscal

    year 2017-18

    Tuition

    Proposed

    Tuition

    FY 2017-18

    Proposed

    $ Change

    Proposed

    % Change

    Undergraduate

    Students

    Resident $ 4,442.50 $ 87.00 2.00%

    Non-Resident $ 18,508.00 $ 183.49 1.00%

    Graduate Students

    Resident $ 4,626.00 $ 177.76 4.00%

    Non-Resident $ 17,834.00 $ 1,166.82 7.00%

  • Page 19

    FY 2017-18 Campus Initiated

    Tuition Increase (CITI)

    Proposals

    Mandatory Fees

  • Page 20

    FY 2017-18 Mandatory Student Fees Mandatory Fees

    Full-Time Undergraduate Current Fee FY 2016-17

    Proposed Fee FY 2017-18

    Proposed $ Change

    Proposed % Change

    Education & Technology 492.96 494.24 1.28 0.26%

    Security 30.00 30.00 - -

    Student Services 24.00 24.00 - -

    Athletics 724.55 749.55 25.00 3.45%

    Health 190.50 219.00 28.50 14.96%

    Media 12.50 12.50 - -

    SGA 53.00 53.00 - -

    Student Union 138.00 138.00 - -

    Recreation & Intramurals 253.00 253.00 - -

    Postal 15.00 15.00 - -

    Athletic Facilities Operating 107.50 107.50 - -

    Cultural Events 40.15 42.95 2.80 6.97%

    Union Expansion Debt 175.00 175.00 - -

    Westside Expansion Debt 5.00 - (5.00) -100.00%

    Recreation Expansion Debt 201.00 201.00 - -

    Leadership 23.00 23.00 - -

    Green Initiative 10.00 10.00 - -

    ID/Debit Card 9.00 9.00 - -

    Assoc of Student Gov't 1.00 1.00 - -

    Transportation 90.00 90.00 - -

    Total Other Mandatory Fees $2,595.16 $2,647.74 $ 52.58 2.03%

  • Page 21

    FY 2017-18 Mandatory Student Fee Requests (Subject to 3% Cap - $75.15)

    Mandatory Fees Current Fee

    F

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