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1 United Methodist-related Two-Year Colleges Fact Book

2 Fact Book United Methodist-Related Two-Year Colleges COMPILED BY Sarah Combs and Michelle Fugate Pederson General Board of Higher Education and Ministry The United Methodist Church Nashville, Tennessee

3 CONTENTS INTRODUCTION... 3 United Methodist-Related Two-Year Colleges... 4 Quick Reference Summary... 5 ADMISSIONS... 6 Admittance Tests... 7 ENROLLMENT... 8 Entering Students... 8 Total Enrollment... 9 Retention Rate COMPLETION Graduation Rate STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Gender and Age Race FACULTY DEMOGRAPHICS Gender and Race Tenure and Salary FINANCE Tuition and Financial Aid Endowment Financial Viability Facilities

4 INTRODUCTION The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry leads and serves The United Methodist Church in the recruitment, preparation, nurture, education, and support of Christian leaders lay and clergy for the work of making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. Its vision is that a new generation of Christian leaders will commit boldly to Jesus Christ and be characterized by intellectual excellence, moral integrity, spiritual courage, and holiness of heart and life. The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of The United Methodist Church is the church s agency for educational, institutional, and ministerial leadership. It serves as an advocate for the intellectual life of the church. The Board s mission embodies the Wesleyan tradition of commitment to the education of laypersons and ordained persons by providing access to higher education for all. The work of the Division of Higher Education centers on our historic Wesleyan tradition of uniting knowledge and vital piety by supporting and maintaining educational institutions. In 2009 The United Methodist Church had 13 theological schools and seminaries, one professional school, 92 colleges and universities offering baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral degrees, and six institutions primarily offering two-year degrees. Among the 92 colleges and universities are 11 historically Black colleges and universities. The six institutions offering two-year degrees are the focus of this fact book. This fact book provides an aggregated look at the group of United Methodist-related institutions for academic year Data are obtained from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) of the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) for academic years , , , , and partial data for Data for total enrollment, student demographics, and finance will not be available through IPEDS until Fall Therefore, the most recent data for total enrollment, student demographic, and finance information provided is academic year The fact book is divided into two primary sections -- student characteristics and institutional characteristics. Each page of the report provides a descriptive summary of the data, a visual depiction of the variable in the form of charts and tables, and a definition section where each variable is defined. Additionally, the number (N) of institutions responding to each of the IPEDS variables (questions) is identified. The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry often receives questions about the nature, scope, and extent of education at the United Methodist-related institutions. This fact book is offered as a resource to The United Methodist Church meant to assist in answering these questions. We hope you find this fact book informative and helpful to your ministry. 3

5 United Methodist-Related Two-Year Colleges 2009 Andrew College 413 College Street Cuthbert, Georgia Hiwassee College* 225 Hiwassee College Drive Madisonville, Tennessee Lon Morris College 800 College Avenue Jacksonville, Texas Louisburg College 501 North Main Street Louisburg, North Carolina Spartanburg Methodist College 1200 Textile Road Spartanburg, South Carolina Young Harris College* P.O. Box 116 Young Harris, Georgia *Until 2009, Young Harris College and Hiwassee College only offered two-year degree programs, but in 2009 these institutions began offering at least one four-year degree program. Since the majority of the student population is among the two-year programs, Young Harris and Hiwassee College are included in the 2009 fact book. 4

6 Quick Reference Summary Data in this report are based on six United Methodist-related colleges primarily offering two-year degrees in In 2009, 6,703 individuals applied to these two-year colleges. The rate from application to enrollment was 34 percent. During the academic year there were 3,399 students enrolled at these colleges. In 2009, 488 students completed degrees. Thirty percent graduated within three years. The retention rate of first-time students from 2008 to 2009 was 51 percent. Fifty-seven percent of students enrolled during the academic year were white and 30 percent were black. Fifty five percent of the students enrollment in the academic year were male. There were 182 full-time faculty in the academic year. Thirty-nine fulltime faculty held tenured positions. Ninety-one percent of faculty are white and 51 percent are female in the academic year. The average cost of tuition at these two year colleges is $13, in the academic year. 5

7 ADMISSIONS The number of applicants as well as the number of students enrolled has steadily increased since In 2005, 69 percent of persons applying to these colleges were admitted and 44 percent of those enrolled; the overall rate from application to enrollment was 30 percent. The rate from application to enrollment has remained much the same since 2005*. In 2009, 70 percent of persons applying to these colleges were admitted and 48 percent of these students then enrolled; overall, 34 percent of students who applied to the colleges then enrolled. * Application, admittance, and enrollment based on five institutions in 2005 and Number of First-Time Degree-Seeking Students Applied, Admitted, Enrolled 2005 to ,703 4,902 4,721 3,406 1,493 2,266 Applied Admitted Enrolled 2005 N= N= Applicant: An individual who has fulfilled the institution s requirements to be considered for admission and who has been notified of one of the following actions: admission, non admission, placement on waiting list, or application withdrawn. Admittance: Applicants who have been granted an official offer to enroll in a college or university. Enrolled: The number of first-time, degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students who applied, were admitted, and enrolled at the institution. 6

8 Admittance Tests Most of the colleges require admission test scores*. The top 25 percent of first-time enrolled students in 2009 scored on average at least 1,442 composite on the SAT or 19 on the ACT.^ The majority of first-time enrolled students scored between a 1,156 and 1,442 composite on the SAT or between 15 and 19 on the ACT. *Five of the two-year colleges require admission test scores and one recommends that test scores be submitted. ^Average SAT scores are based on five colleges and average ACT score is based on four colleges. First-time Degree-Seeking Students Average Test Scores at 25 th and 75 th Percentiles th Percentile 75 th Percentile SAT Critical Reading SAT Math SAT Writing SAT Composite 1,156 1,442 ACT Composite SAT N=5 ACT N=4 SAT/ACT 25 th and 75 th percentile scores: The 25 th and 75 th percentile scores for each test submitted by students. Test scores are only submitted by institutions if test scores are required and 60 percent or more of the enrolled students submitted scores for a given test. 7

9 ENROLLMENT Entering Students In 2009, 2,109 students entered one of the six two-year colleges; 89 percent (1,883 students) were first-time, full-time degree-seeking students. The number of undergraduate students at fall enrollment has increased by 197 students from Additionally, the percentage of full-time students enrolling in the fall has increased since Fall Undergraduate Enrollment Two-Year Colleges Year Full-time & degree Full-time (%) Total seeking (#) , % 2, , % 1, , % 1,925 Enrollment: Individuals enrolled for credit, undergraduate or graduate, during the 12-month reporting period. Undergraduate: A student enrolled in a four- or five-year bachelor s degree program, an associate s degree program, or a vocational or technical program below the baccalaureate. Full-time Student: An undergraduate student enrolled for 12 or more semester credits, or 12 or more quarter credits, or 24 or more contact hours a week each term. A graduate student enrolled for nine or more semester credits, or nine or more quarter credits, or a student involved in thesis or dissertation preparation that is considered full time by the institution. 8

10 Total Enrollment Total enrollment in 2008 was 3,399 and 80 percent (2,710 students) were full-time equivalent students. Total enrollment increased between 2005 and 2007, but then decreased from 2007 to Total enrollment is lower in 2008 than it was in FTE enrollment has also decreased at the two-year colleges since Enrollment at Two-Year Colleges Since ,000 3,500 3,000 3,462 3,399 2,500 2,000 2,975 2,710 Total Enrollment, Undergraduate 1,500 1,000 FTE Enrollment Enrollment: Individuals enrolled for credit, undergraduate or graduate, during the 12-month reporting period. FTE: The full-time equivalent (FTE) of students is a single value providing a meaningful combination of full-time and part-time students. This calculation is based on 12-month instructional activity based on the credit and/or contact hours reported by the institution and the institution s calendar system. 9

11 Retention Rate Average full-time retention among first-time students has declined since Meanwhile, average part-time retention has increased beginning in In 2009, 51 percent of part-time and 46 percent of full-time students were retained from the previous year. Overall, 762 of the 1,490 students enrolled in 2008 re-enrolled in 2009, a retention rate of 51 percent. Average Retention Rate % 60.00% 50.00% 65% 51% 40.00% 30.00% 20.00% 37% 46% Average Full-time Retention Rate Average Part-time Retention Rate 10.00% 0.00% Retention Rate: A measure of the rate at which first-time degree-seeking students persist in their educational program from year one to year two. 10

12 COMPLETION In 2009, 488 students completed a degree at the two-year colleges. The number of completions has decreased annually from 2005 to In 2009, there were 44 fewer completions than in *Data for 2009 based on four colleges. Number of Completions 2005, 2008, * Total Completions Associate degree completions *7 completions were by students at one institution who completed an award of at least 2 but less than 4 academic years. Completion year: Completion year represents the school year ending in the year indicated. For example, 2009 completions are completions during the academic year. 11

13 Graduation Rate Of the graduates in 2009, 30 percent graduated within 150 percent of normal time (within three years). In 2005, the percentage finishing within 150 percent of normal time was 33 percent. This suggests that in 2009, compared to graduates in 2005, fewer of the graduating students finished their degrees within three years. *Data for 2009 based on four colleges. Percent Graduating within 150 percent of Normal Time (3 years) # of Years (150%) 30.2% 25.5% 32.8% N=4 Normal Time: Normal time to completion is the amount of time necessary for a student to complete all requirements for a degree or certificate according to the institution s catalog. This is typically four years for a bachelor s degree in a standard term-based institution. Completers within 150 percent of normal time are students who completed their program within 150 percent of the normal time to completion (i.e. if normal time to completion for a baccalaureate degree is four years, a student completing the degree in 150 percent of normal time would complete the degree in six or fewer years). 12

14 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Gender and Age In 2008 there were more men than women enrolled at the two-year colleges. There were 1,858 men and 1,541 women enrolled at these schools in The majority, nearly 97 percent, of students at the two-year colleges are under age 25. In 2005, 95 percent of students were under age 25. Student Enrollment by Gender ,541 1,858 Men Women Gender: Based on 12-month unduplicated headcount of all students enrolled for credit. 13

15 Race In 2008, 57 percent of those enrolled were white and 30 percent were Black. Black and Hispanic enrollment has increased by 1 percent since The lowest levels of enrollment at these institutions are among Asian and American-Indian students who represent less than 1 percent of the student population. Student Enrollment Race/Ethnicity ,000 3,500 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1, ,399 1,932 1, Total White Black Hispanic Asian American Indian 151 nonresident alien 67 unknown Black and Hispanic Student Enrollment ,200 1,000 1,017 1, African-American Hispanic Race/Ethnicity: Based on 12 month unduplicated headcount of all students enrolled for credit. American Indian: Original peoples of North and South America who maintain cultural identification through tribal affiliations. Asian: Original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands. Black: A person with origins of any of the black racial groups of Africa (except those of Hispanic origins). Hispanic: A person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin. White: A person having origins of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa (except those of Hispanic origin). Nonresident Alien: A person who is not a citizen or national of the U.S. and who is in this country on a visa or temporary basis. 14

16 FACULTY DEMOGRAPHICS Gender and Race In 2009, there were 182 full-time faculty at the two-year colleges. Unlike most colleges and Universities, there are more female than male faculty at the two-year institutions*. In 2009 there were 93 (51 percent) female and 89 (49 percent) male faculty members. In 2009, 91 percent of full-time faculty members were white. Nearly 4 percent of full-time faculty members were black and 3 percent were Asian. * Martha S. West & John W. Curtis, AAUP Faculty Gender Equity Indicators 2006, (American Association of University Professors, 2006). Full-Time Faculty by Gender men women Race/Ethnicity of Full-Time Faculty Gender & Race/Ethnicity: Based on the grand total of men and women who were full- and part-time faculty. of each race/ethnicity are the same as for student demographics. 15

17 Tenure and Salary In 2009 there were 182 full-time faculty at the two-year colleges*. Of these, 39 were tenured faculty and nine were tenured professors. Average faculty salary has increased $4,222 since 2005*. The lowest average faculty salary has increased more than $1,000 and the highest average faculty salary has increased more than $12,000 since The only year in which average faculty salary decreased was in * Salary data based on four colleges for 2005 to 2007 and five colleges in 2008 and Number of Full-time Tenured Faculty and Professors Full-time faculty 182 Full-time tenured faculty 39 Full-time tenured professors 9 N=5 Year Average Faculty Salary Range Lowest Average Salary Highest Average Salary Average Salary N institutions 2009 $27,847 $48,993 $36, $27,773 $47,229 $36, $27,041 $37,126 $32, $26,440 $35,338 $32, $26,563 $36,169 $32,248 4 Tenured faculty: The total number of full-time faculty, tenured. The number of tenured professors is based on total fulltime faculty, tenured professors. Average Faculty Salary: Average faculty salary is based on full-time instructional faculty who have a 9/10 month contract and are designated as assistant professors. 16

18 FINANCE Tuition and Financial Aid The average tuition at the two-year colleges has increased since 2005 *. In 2005 the average cost of tuition was $10,071 and in 2009 the average cost was $13,330. This is an increase of $3, and a percent change of 32 percent from 2005 to The average percentage of students receiving financial aid has kept up with the change in the cost of tuition. Consistently around 97 percent of students received some type of aid. The highest percentage of students receiving financial aid was in 2006 when 98 percent of students received some type of financial aid. *Tuition data for 2008 based on five colleges. $14, Average Tuition at Two-Year Colleges 2009 $13, $12, $10, $10, $8, $6, Tuition $4, $2, $ * Average Percentage of Students Receiving Financial Aid Year Average Percent Receiving Aid 96.5% 97.5% 96% 96.5% Total Grant Aid Received NA NA $23,314,601 $30,773,712 * Tuition: The amount of money charged to students for instructional services. Tuition may be charged per term, per course, or per credit. Financial Aid: The percentage of all full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students who received any financial aid. Financial aid is any of the following: Grants, loans, assistantships, scholarships, fellowships, tuition waivers, tuition discounts, veteran s benefits, employer aid (tuition reimbursement) and other monies. Total grant aid: Total amount of federal, state, local, institutional, or other sources of grant aid dollars received by undergraduate students. NA: Total grant aid received is not available as a variable of selection for the 2005 and 2006 academic years. 17

19 Endowment The current value of all endowments at the two-year colleges is $136,076,303. Endowment values increased in 2006 and 2007, but decreased in In 2008, endowments ranged from $5 million to $85 million. The average endowment value was $22.7 million. $250,000, Total Value of Endowments $200,000, $171,611, $179,881, $199,461, $136,076, $150,000, $100,000, Endowment Value $50,000, $ Endowment Value Ranges Lowest Highest Average 2005 $7,042,764 $112,868,839 $28,601, $7,846,932 $118,698,979 $29,980, $7,088,077 $129,728,812 $33,243, $5,012,602 $84,978,372 $22,679, Endowment: Consists of gross investments of endowment funds, term endowment funds, and funds functioning as endowments for the institution and any of its foundations and other affiliated organizations. 18

20 Financial Viability The average financial viability ratio of the two-year colleges in 2008 was Financial viability has decreased since The minimum and maximum financial viability ratios have also decreased since Average Financial Viability Ratio Financial Viability Ratio Minimum Maximum Average Total Net Assets: The sum of unrestricted and restricted net assets. Total Liabilities: The sum of the following amounts: accounts payable; deferred revenues and refundable advances; postretirement and post-employment obligations; other accrued liabilities; annuity and life income obligations and other amounts held for the benefit of others; bonds, notes, and capital leases payable and other long-term debt, including current portion; government grants refundable under student loan programs; and other liabilities. Viability Ratio: Financial viability ratio is calculated as total net assets divided by total liabilities. 19

21 Facilities The total buildings and equipment values of the colleges have increased since Total buildings values of these schools was $103.5 million in 2008 and the total equipment value, including art and library collections, of the schools was $33 million. The two-year colleges have a large amount of dormitory space available for students. Dormitory space has increased every year at the colleges. In 2008, the dormitory capacity allowed for 85 percent of enrolled students to live in campus housing. Since 2005, 458 dormitory spaces have been created. Buildings and Equipment Values at Two-Year Colleges $120,000,000 $103,545,727 $100,000,000 $90,760,138 $80,000,000 $60,000,000 $40,000,000 $20,000,000 $25,995,270 $33,032,038 Total Buildings Value Total Equipment Value $ Total Dormitory Capacity Year Capacity Undergraduate Enrollment % Capacity for undergraduate enrollment ,260 NA NA ,891 3, % ,853 3, % ,820 3, % ,802 3, % Dorm Capacity: The maximum number of students that the institution can provide residential facilities for, whether on or off campus. Buildings Value: End-of-year value of buildings. Capitalized leasehold improvements are included if improvements are to leased facilities. Equipment Value: End of year values of equipment, including art and library collections. NA: Total undergraduate enrollment has not yet been released for the academic year. 20

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