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REGULAR MEETING OF THE ARKANSAS HIGHER EDUCATION COORDINATING BOARD Arkansas State University-Mountain Home October 27, 2017 Tara Smith Deputy Director AGENDA ITEM NO. 10: PERSONAL SERVICES RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE 2018-2019 FISCAL YEAR Summary of Recommendations Line-item maximum salary increases were considered for the fiscal year, and all line-item maximums were adjusted by 1.4 percent per year for the biennium. Salary recommendations for new positions were based on salaries for similar positions previously established at comparable institutions. Summary of Recommendations The following variables were used when considering requests for additional positions: Enrollment increases/decreases vs. position growth Positions directly tied to student support/success Keep position changes minimal for the Fiscal Session ADHE Staff recommend a net increase of 5 positions Increase of 0.02 percent for a total of 27,014 positions (apart from UAMS) UAMS requested no increases and currently has 11,741 authorized positions Tara Smith Deputy Director
AGENDA ITEM NO. 11: REPORT ON INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC REVENUES & EXPENDITURES Athletic Report A.C.A. 6-62-106 directs AHECB to develop and establish uniform accounting standards and procedures for reporting revenues and expenditures. The 2016-17 Athletic actual expenditures for state-supported universities was $176 million and $597,216 for two-year colleges. This represents an increase of 6.3 percent over 2015-16 Revenues by Source Reve nue s All Institutions Pe rcent of Total Re ve nues Athletic Generated Income $ 120,086,985 62.85%
Student Athletic Fees $ 25,987,875 13.60% Other Athletic Income $ 16,969,891 8.88% CWSP Federally Funded Portion $ 261,932 0.14% Other Auxiliary Profits $ 15,113,728 7.91% Transfers from Unrestricted E&G $ 12,563,705
6.58% Prior Year Fund Balance $ 88,709 0.05% Total Revenues $ 191,072,824 100.00% Athletic Revenues by Source % of Athletic Revenues By Source 2016-17 2009-10 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30%
20% 10% 0% ASUJ ATU HSU SAUM Athletic Generated Income Other Auxiliary Profits UAF UAFS UALR Student Athletic Fees Transfers from Unrestricted E&G UAM UAPB Other Athletic Income Prior Year Fund Balance UCA ASUMS
CWSP Federally Funded Portion CCCUA NAC Expenditures by Source Expenditures Personnel Costs Scholarships Recruiting Team Travel Game Expenses Equipment and Facilities Debt Service Other Expenses Transfers Out Total Expenditures All Institutions $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 62,105,456 30,980,217 3,331,261 17,188,115 11,455,454 16,210,619
12,759,099 18,655,774 3,977,118 176,663,114 Percent of Total Revenues 35.2% 17.5% 1.9% 9.7% 6.5% 9.2% 7.2% 10.6% 2.3% 100.0% Athletic Revenues by Source % of Athletic Expenditures By Source 2016-17 2009-10 Tara Smith Deputy Director AGENDA ITEM NO. 12: ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY OF A LOAN FOR UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT RICH MOUNTAIN Relevant Information $825,000 with a term of five (5) years with the option to extend for three (3) more five (5) year terms @ a net loan rate not to exceed 1.0% Educational and general purposes Revenue Funding Source: Tuition and Fee Revenue
Proceeds from the loan will be used for renovation of the Abernathy Building and two (2) science labs Tara Smith Deputy Director AGENDA ITEM NO. 13: ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY OF A LOAN FOR UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FOR MEDICAL SCIENCES Relevant Information $30 million with a term of up to ten (10) years @ a rate not to exceed 5.0% Auxiliary purposes Revenue Funding Source: Hospital Clinical Revenues Proceeds from the loan will be used for capital renewal and deferred maintenance to replace electrical, mechanical, HVAC, elevators, and other equipment in buildings at the Little Rock campus Lillian Williams Academic Affairs ACADEMIC COMMITTEE CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS Consent Items *14. University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville Certificate of Proficiency in Soil Science Certificate of Proficiency in Plant Science Certificate of Proficiency in Animal Science Certificate of Proficiency in Agriculture Business Technical Certificate in Agriculture Technology Associate of Science in Agriculture Technology *15. University of Central Arkansas
Master of Science in Athletic Training *Numbers refer to main agenda Ann Clemmer Senior Associate Director for Governmental Relations/Special Projects AGENDA ITEM NO. 16 INSTITUTIONAL CERTIFICATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE: RESOLUTIONS Institutional Certification Advisory Committee (ICAC) 9 Colleges and Universities 39 Programs Champion Christian College Institutional Planning and Development Lillian Williams Academic Affairs AGENDA ITEM NO. 17 LETTERS OF NOTIFICATION Letters of Notification Programs approved by the ADHE Director Programs must be included on the AHECB agenda prior to initiation
Programs are reasonable and moderate extensions of existing certificates and degrees Lillian Williams Academic Affairs AGENDA ITEM NO. 18 LETTERS OF INTENT Letters of Intent Notification of institutional plans to offer new programs or organizational units that require Coordinating Board approval Chief academic officers and chief executive officers can comment on the proposals before consideration by AHECB Lillian Williams Academic Affairs ROLE AND SCOPE CHANGE REQUEST Role And Scope Change Request Southern Arkansas University - Magnolia Role & Scope Change Initial Doctoral Degree
Doctor of Education in Rural and Diverse Educational Leadership For Information and Discussion Only Approve Minutes July 27 Special Meeting July 28 Regular Meeting July 31 Special Meeting August 4 Special Meeting Appointment of Nominating Committee Chair Sherrel Johnson will appoint members of the Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board nominating committee. The nominating committee will recommend Board officers for 2018-19 at the January 26, 2018 meeting. 2017 Coordinating Board Meeting Schedule The proposed 2018 schedule for these regular quarterly meetings follows: January 26, 2018 April 20, 2018 July 26 - 27, 2018 October 26, 2018 Arkansas Dept. of Higher Education, Little Rock Arkansas Dept. of Higher Education, Little Rock University of Arkansas, Fayetteville Arkansas Dept. of Higher Education, Little Rock DR. MARIA MARKHAM
AGENDA ITEM NO. 4: REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR ADHE Staffing Kevin Lewis Career Pathways Initiative Program Specialist Began August 14, 2017 Willie Murdock Career Pathways Initiative Director Began August 28, 2017 ADHE Staffing Dr. Marla Strecker Senior Associate Director for Academic Affairs Last Day was August 31, 2017 Paul Nations Systems Specialist for Research and Analytics Retired on September 29, 2017 ADHE Staffing Angela Lasiter Program Specialist for Special Projects Last Day was October 12, 2017 Tracye McKeown Program Specialist for Special Projects Transferred Departments Institutional Leadership
Stephanie Gardner was named interim chancellor at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, effective July 31 following the retirement of Chancellor Dan Rahn. Gardner is senior vice chancellor for academic affairs and provost at UAMS. Roger Moore, ASU-Beebes vice chancellor for finance and administration and a 19-year veteran of the institution, was appointed as interim chancellor. Moores appointment was following the resignation of Dr. Karla Fisher, who plans to pursue other opportunities in higher education. Agency Projects Policy Review Higher Ed Master Plan Implementation Strategic Staffing Plan ACTS Review Arkansas Future Statewide AP Policy Workforce Challenge Unplanned Pregnancy Prevention Sexual Assault Prevention
Guided Pathways Co-requisite Remediation Funding Model 15 to Finish Math Pathways Interstate Passport Career Pathways Initiative Carl Perkins Project Pipeline Repair Tara Smith Deputy Director AGENDA ITEM NO. 5: ARKANSAS FUTURE GRANT Arkansas Future Grant No Changes from Rules presented to AHECB on April 20, 2017 Rules approved by Arkansas Legislative Council on Oct. 20, 2017 Tara Smith Deputy Director AGENDA ITEM NO. 6: ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP Academic Challenge Scholarship No Changes from Rules presented to AHECB on April 20, 2017
Rules approved by Arkansas Legislative Council on Oct. 20, 2017 Maria Markham Director AGENDA ITEM NO. 7: PRODUCTIVITY-BASED FUNDING MODEL POLICIES Policies for Final Adoption University Metric Policy: No substantive changes Two-Year College Metric Policy: Changes noted in mark-up Funding Distribution Policy: No substantive changes Rules approved by Arkansas Legislative Council on Oct. 20, 2017 Operating recommendations will follow in next agenda item Tara Smith Deputy Director AGENDA ITEM NO. 8: OPERATING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE 2018-2019 FISCAL YEAR ADHE Recommendation Recommendation includes productivity funding for 2& 4-year institutions and base operations & program enhancements for non-formula entities New Funding: Productivity Funding = $9,404,111 Non-Formula Entities = $38,303,024 Operating Recommendations Table A. Summary of Operating Recommendations for the 2018-19 Fiscal Year
FY2018-19 AHECB Recommendations Fiscal Year 2017-18 Base Institution Type Universities Colleges Total EETF Forecast 39,889,493 7,835,542 47,725,035 WF2000 2,130,489 22,305,503 24,435,992 RSA Forecast 408,606,439 141,924,179 550,530,618 Total Base (RSA, EETF & Total WF2000) Recommendation New Funds 450,626,421 457,606,197 6,979,776 172,065,224 174,489,559 2,424,335 622,691,645 632,095,756 9,404,111
FY2018-19 AHECB Recommendation Fiscal Year 2017-18 Base Total Base EETF RSA (RSA & Total Forecast Forecast EETF) Recommendation Non-Formula Entity Type Non-Formula Entities 14,517,382 87,827,357 102,344,739 122,233,783 Health Care-Related UAMS 10,299,776 95,204,430 105,504,206 123,918,186 Total 24,817,158 183,031,787 207,848,945 246,151,969 New Funds 19,889,044 18,413,980 38,303,024 % Inc 19.4% 17.5% 18.4% % Inc 1.5% 1.4% 1.5%
Operating Recommendations Table A. 2018-19 Productivity Index Productivity Index for FY2019 Recommendations FY2018 RSA Forecast Productivity Recommendation 1.71% $ 550,530,618 $ 9,404,111 Universities 74% 6,979,776 Colleges 26% 2,424,335 Operating Recommendations Table C. 2018-19 Four-Year Universities Recommendations FY2017-18 % Change Inst ASUJ ATU* HSU SAUM UAF UAFS UALR UAM* UAPB UCA
Total EETF Forecast $ 6,473,168 $ 2,221,823 $ 2,298,371 $ 1,358,847 $ 10,065,936 $ 3,367,759 $ 5,836,728 $ 1,172,728 $ 2,035,831 $ 5,058,301 $ 39,889,493 WF2000 Forecast $ $ 784,505 $ $ $ $ $ $ 1,345,984 $ $ $ 2,130,489 *Includes ATU-Ozark **Includes UAM-Crossett and UAM-McGehee in Productivity Total Base Index (RSA, EETF & Productivity
95,204,430 Total Base (RSA & EETF) $ 96,506,362 $ 735,000 $ 720,588 $ 1,950,000 $ 5,592,256 $ 105,504,206 FY 2018-19 Recommendations FY 2017-18 AHECB Recommendation $ 111,036,210 $ 750,435 $ 735,720 $ 1,990,950 $ 5,700,748 $ 120,214,064 Total New Funds over 2017-18 Rec.
$ $ $ $ $ $ 3,516,561 15,759 15,450 41,810 114,542 3,704,122 Total Recommendation $ 114,552,772 $ 766,194 $ 751,170 $ 2,032,760 $ 5,815,290 $ 123,918,186 Ann Clemmer Senior Associate Director AGENDA ITEM NO. 9: PREVENTION OF SEXUAL ASSAULT ON CAMPUS Sexual Assault on Campus
Action Plan for the Prevention of Campus Sexual Assault Act 563 The legislation requires the following elements to be a part of the campus activities: a. Incorporation of sexual assault prevention information for students through advising and student orientation. b. Integrate information about the prevention of sexual assault into academic courses if and when appropriate. c. Identification of opportunities to raise awareness and provide resources for the prevention of sexual assault across the entire student population. d. Identify private or federal grants available to address the prevention of sexual assault and promote success, including any partnerships necessary to compete for such grants. student e. Collaboration with the Department of Health or federally qualified health centers to promote access to care. f. Identify other topics or issues relating to the prevention and reduction of sexual assault. Schools will be required to submit their plans to ADHE by June 30 each year. The document submitted should contain a description of both the institutions policy and implementation activities.
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