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1 OREGON S 17 COMMUNITY COLLEGE: STUDENT SUCCESS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PRESENTED TO: JOINT COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS, SUBCOMMITTEE ON EDUCATION Days 7-8 BEN CANNON, Executive Director, HECC; JIM MIDDLETON, Interim Commissioner, CCWD; Campus Representatives

2 Introduction: Oregon s 17 community colleges BEN CANNON, Executive Director, HECC JIM MIDDLETON, Interim Commissioner, CCWD Community College Campus Representatives 2 Day 7, JOINT COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS, SUBCOMMITTEE ON EDUCATION

3 3 COMMUNITY COLLEGE FUNDING REQUEST Activity Budget Items LAB Community College Support Community College Support Fund POP 101: Tuition buy down continuation POP 111: Additional CCSF $466.9M GF Total: $466.9M GRB $455.0m GF + $30.0M GF + $15.0M GF Total: $500.0M Debt Service Community College Debt Service $26.1M $37.7M GF/LF LAB=Legislatively Adopted Budget, GRB=Governor s Recommended Budget, GF=General Funds, OF=Other Funds, FF=Federal Funds

4 Washington Tillamook 4 OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND Oregon Department of Community Colleges & Workforce Development COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTS Clatsop Tillamook Bay Clatsop Columbia Columbia Gorge Portland Mt. Hood Blue Mountain Clackamas Multnomah Hood River Sherman Morrow Umatilla Wallowa Chemeketa Yamhill Clackamas Wasco Gilliam Union Oregon Coast Linn-Benton Lane Lincoln Polk Benton Marion Linn Jefferson Deschutes Crook Wheeler Grant Baker Treasure Valley Lane Southwestern Oregon Coos Douglas Harney Malheur Umpqua Klamath Lake Curry Josephine Jackson Rogue Klamath Central Oregon Oregon has 17 community colleges with 60 satellite campus throughout the state. Areas in white are not represented by community college districts. These counties and municipalities 4

5 5 OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGES: A KEY ACCESS POINT FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION Each year provide students the opportunity to advance their education and acquire new skills. Postsecondary education and skill development programs: Adult Literacy and English as a Second Language Adult Continuing Education Accelerated High School Learning Opportunities Lower Division Collegiate Transfer Career and Technical Education Work with local businesses to deliver Customized Workforce Training programs designed to meet local labor market demand. Small Business Development Centers

6 6 COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT (CCWD) ROLES Support the 17 locally governed community college districts. Operate the central department office in the interest of the 17 colleges, OEIB and HECC priorities, and the State. Bridge to other departments and agencies: Workforce, Employment, K-12, Universities.

7 7 GOVERNANCE AND COLLABORATION Existing Institutional Boards Maintained at Community Colleges HECC activity and evolving CCWD are improving systems approaches even though we technically do not have a community college system. Collaborative research and best practice initiatives Small Business Development Center coordination Adult Basic Skills coordination Developmental Education task force And others

8 Total student headcount 8 COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT ENROLLMENT Community College Enrollments (Headcount) 450, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,000 Academic year Definition: Total student enrollment was defined as the unique student headcount of every student reported to the state who was reported as enrolled in a course offered by the an Oregon Community College. Source: Data for Analysis (D4A) as of 2/11/15

9 9 COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE 20 Oregon Community Colleges play important role internally and in partnership with K-12 to inspire, prepare and motivate achievement at the high school level. Internal: GED, Adult Basic Ed, English Language Learning, Adult HS Diploma programs Partnership: Work with K-12 districts on early grade orientation and aspiration for younger students, curriculum coordination to strengthen transition to college, & Accelerated Learning programs providing college-level credits to students while still in high school. Partnership: Career Technical articulation and in-high-school college credit.

10 10 COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND THE MIDDLE 40 Lower Division Transfer and Career Technical Education are key core elements of community college mission. Many move on to university or into job market without completing credentials. CTE Credentials Career Pathways career ladder programs credentialing along the continuum of career progression Less than 1-year, 1-year and 2-year certificates Career degrees Transfer OTM (Oregon Transfer Module) approx. 1-year AAOT Degree (Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer) ASOT s Degree (Associate of Science Oregon Transfer) linked to specific university majors

11 11 NEED TO DEVELOP OUTCOME EQUITY WITH UNDERREPRESENTED GROUPS 100% 14% 80% 40% 31% 13% 60% 40% 40% 17% 42% 40% Bachelor's or advanced degree Associate's degree or certificate (estimate) High school completion 20% 0% 20% 10% 32% Less than high school Goal (2025) Oregon workingage adults (2013) Selected racial/ethnic subgroups* *African-American, Hispanic, Native American Source: HECC analysis of the American Community Survey

12 12 THE PIPELINE AND BEYOND THE PIPELINE Pipeline goal: applies to expected high school class of 2025 (and beyond). However, 82% of current workforce will be still be part of workforce in Fixing the pipeline will still touch only 18% of the workforce of Community colleges have key role in outreach, enrollment and success for Oregonians who: Did not complete HS Completed but didn t enter higher education at graduation Need to upgrade their skills Require GED, English Language Learning, Adult Basic Skills

13 13 WHO WE SERVE: AGE OF STUDENTS 160, , , ,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 Majority of Community College Students are Outside Pipeline Focus 0 1,547 61,375 85, ,359 44,272 18,771 2, or less Unknown Students 1,547 61,375 85, ,359 44,272 18,771 2,184 Percent 0.5% 19% 27% 33% 14% 6% 1% Source: Oregon Community College Unified Reporting System (OCCURS) 13

14 14 VAST MAJORITY OF STUDENTS ARE PART-TIME: DEMANDING DIFFERENT STRATEGIES Student Enrollment Headcount Full-time vs Part-time Status Total enrollment: 321,253 Full-time 28,260 9% Part-time 292,993 91% Definition: A student was determined as being 'full time' if they were reported as completing at least 510 clock hours of course work offered at an Oregon Community College. Source: Data for Analysis (D4A) as of 2/11/15

15 15 OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGES FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT BY INSTRUCTIONAL AREA Total FTE by Instructional Area Non-Reimbursable Adult Continuing 1,591 Education 2% 2,570 2% Adult Basic Skills 8,581 8% Developmental Education 11,070 10% Career and Technical Education 28,385 26% Lower Division Collegiate 57,367 52% Source: Data for Analysis (D4A) as of 2/11/15

16 16 STUDENT ENROLLMENT BY MINORITY RACE OR ETHNICITY Community College Minority Student Enrollment by Academic Year (for those identifying ethnicity) 70,000 60,000 50,000 51,105 53,626 57,300 61,363 64,438 65,216 67,638 66, % 90% 80% 70% 40,000 30,000 60% 50% 40% 20,000 10, % 26% 28% 20% 21% 22% 23% 23% % 20% 10% 0% Minority Enrollment Percentage enrolled Definition: Total student enrollment was defined as the unique student headcount of every student reported to the state who was reported as enrolled in a course offered by the an Oregon Community College. Race or ethnicity determined by student's last reported Race or Ethnicity. Source: Data for Analysis (D4A) as of 2/11/15

17 17 DUAL CREDIT HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 19,796 Dual Credit High School Students by Academic Year 26,967 28,248 24,360 21,751 22,987 24,305 19,468 10,000 5, Definition: Total student enrollment was defined as the unique student headcount of every student reported to the state who was reported as enrolled in a course offered by the an Oregon Community College. Source: Data for Analysis (D4A) as of 2/11/15

18 18 DEGREES/CERTIFICATES Total Degrees and Certificates Awarded to Community College Students 14,000 12,000 11,390 13,117 12,215 10,000 8,000 6,743 6,788 7,308 8,407 9,669 7,730 8,623 6,000 4,000 2,000 1,654 1,759 2,188 3,037 4,127 4, Certificates Associate Degrees Data Notes: Data validation is still underway, any differences reported from previous years are a result of the transition to a new data reporting system and subsequent re-reporting. Source: Data For Post Secondary Analysis as of 2/13/2015

19 19 HISPANIC STUDENTS: CREDENTIALS AWARDED AT COMMUNITY COLLEGES , , C er t ificate A ssociate Deg r ees Source: Data For Analysis (D4A)

20 Proportion of Total Enrollment 20 THE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION CHALLENGE 60.0% 50.0% Career and Technical Decline During Funding Decline 52.4% 40.0% 39.6% 32.9% 30.0% 25.9% 20.0% 10.0% 0.0% Lower Division Collegiate 8.3% 2.3% 1.0% 1.5% Adult Continuing Education 12.4% 7.8% Non-Reimbursable Adult Basic Skills % 5.8% Developmental Education Career and Technical Education Source: Data For Analysis (D4A), , OCCURS

21 Transfers 21 OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGES: A PUBLIC ASSET 8,000 7,000 Transfers from Oregon Community Colleges to the Oregon University System 6,541 7,065 7,119 7,005 6,000 5,000 4,000 4,159 4,588 4,854 5,099 5,041 4,769 4,907 4,823 5,710 3,000 2,000 1, Academic Years Source: Oregon University System Office of Institutional Research

22 22 COMMUNITY COLLEGES HIGHLIGHT CURRENT STATE PRIORITIES Funding Affordability: potential new investments in Oregon Opportunity Grant, free community college, Pay it Forward, tuition policy Alignment: e.g., accelerated learning, dual credit, placement policies Outcomes-based funding Workforce training

23 WHAT IS THE STATE INVESTMENT? 23 Community College Support Fund State General Funds (in millions) $500,000,000 $450,000,000 $400,000,000 $350,000,000 $300,000,000 $250,000,000 $200,000,000 $150,000,000 $100,000,000 $50,000,000 $0 $494.5 $464.9 $428.1 $431.1 $ GRB $500 Source: CCWD, Community College Support Fund, Formula Distribution Model

24 24 LOCAL RESOURCES Property Taxes Reported to Department of Revenue $160,000,000 $155,000,000 $154,234,634 $150,000,000 $145,531,058 $145,000,000 $140,000,000 $135,000,000 $140,465,542 $142,152,276 $130,000, Source: County Certified Property Taxes, TABLE 4a

25 25 OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGES Average Annual In-District Tuition and Fees $5,000 $4,000 $3,000 $2,000 $3,567 $3,720 $2,648 $2,486 $4,122 $4,381 $4,535 $4,638 $3,121 $3,315 $3,425 $3,469 $1,000 $ Oregon WICHE Source: Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) 25 25

26 26 OUTCOMES-BASED FUNDING FOR OREGON S COMMUNITY COLLEGES To reach , Oregon needs to increase the number of Oregon students successfully completing the certificate, degree, and credential programs in which they have invested. Shifts the basis for state funding distribution from enrollment seats in a class to access and successful completion of quality programs, joining 35 states that have moved to include outcomes as part of their funding system. Provides resources and incentives to foster campus-level innovations to increase student success especially among the least represented student populations such as low-income, rural and underserved minorities.

27 27 COMMUNITY COLLEGE OUTCOMES-BASED FUNDING MODEL Model under consideration would: How have community colleges been involved? The HECC, through the CCWD, worked closely with all 17 community college presidents to develop recommendations for outcomes-based funding in This work builds on research the community colleges started in 2012 on outcomes-based funding models. Balance state priorities with local realities and needs. Focus on improving student success in key outcome areas in key areas below: PRE-COLLEGIATE PREPARATION: such as completing college courses while in high school, or successfully completing developmental coursework. PROGRESSION: completing 15 and 30 quarter hour units within an academic year, measures correlated with completion. COMPLETION: certificates, Associate s degrees, and transfers. Weighting added for low-income and underrepresented groups. *Individual college flexibility to adjust weighting to fit local realities and aspirations Areas related to Job Placement and Workforce Training remain under development.

28 RESULTS FOR OREGON STUDENTS PROPOSED KPMS FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES 28 Community College Measures Number of adult high school diplomas/ged S Number of students who earn college credits Number of students who earn college credits Number of students who earn at least 45 college credits Number of certificates awarded and OTMs earned each academic year Number of associate s degrees completed each academic year Ratio of credit bearing FTE to degrees, certificates completed, and transfer prior to completion Number of students who transfer to any 4-year institution each academic year

29 RESULTS FOR OREGON STUDENTS: PROPOSED KPMS, GRADUATE EARNINGS 29 Measures Median earnings of college completers 4 quarters and 5 years after completion (community college) Median earnings of students who left but earned at least 12 credits (community college) Median earnings of graduating students (BA/BS only) 4 quarters and 5 years after graduation (university)

30 Oregon s community colleges: Campus presentations Community College Representatives 30 Day 7, JOINT COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS, SUBCOMMITTEE ON EDUCATION

31 Campus presentations, continued Community College Representatives 31 Day 8, JOINT COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS, SUBCOMMITTEE ON EDUCATION

32 Public comment 32 Day 9, JOINT COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS, SUBCOMMITTEE ON EDUCATION

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