Metrics/Targets

ACCELERATING GREATNESS 2012-2013

Metrics/Targets

Strategy 1: Ensure that students achieve their educational goals
Metrics
Targets / Results
 
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
Overall Metrics for Strategy 1
1.0.2. Annual number of students completing certificates or degrees Targets  
10,000
12,000
15,000
Results 9,419 10,331 12,324  
1.0.3. Rate at which students complete certificates or degrees within 3 years Targets  
12.0%
15.0%
20.0%
Results 8.0% 8.0% 8.0%  
1.0.4 Rate at which students complete certificates or degrees within 6 years Targets  
18.6%
18.8%
19.0%
Results 18.6% 18.6% 18.5%  
 
Strategy 1: Ensure that students achieve their educational goals
Metrics
Targets / Results
 
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
1.1.1. Fall to spring persistence Targets  
71.5%
73.0%
74.6%
Results
67.6%
72.3%
73.1% 72.0%
1.1.2. Fall to fall persistence Targets  
50.2%
52.5%
55.0%
Results 46.6% 47.5%    
1.2.1a Percent of math remedial course enrollments completed successfully with grade of A, B, C or P (two years prior) Targets   58.0% 62.0% 66.4%
Results 55.3% 52.6% 54.6% 46.9%
1.2.1b Percent of reading remedial course enrollments completed successfully with grade of A, B, C or P (two years prior) Targets   63.0% 69.0% 76.7%
Results 58.7% 54.1% 58.9% 55.9%
1.2.1c Percent of writing remedial course enrollments completed successfully with grade of A, B, C or P (two years prior) Targets   63.0% 68.0% 75.5%
Results 59.1%
55.6%
58.9% 56.3%
1.3.1. Percentage of students identifying their educational goals and developing plans to achieve them Targets        
Results        
1.4.1. Number of students who transfer Ivy Tech credit hours to four-year institutions Targets  
9,000
12,000
15,000
Results 7,153 8,725 10,957  
1.4.2. Average number of credit hours students transferred to four-year institutions Targets  
20
23
27
Results 19.4 20 22  
1.4.3. Rate at which students transfer Targets  
16%
18%
21%
Results 18.6% 17.9% 19.9%  
1.5.1. Number of students enrolling in one or more dual enrollment courses Targets  
23,000
25,000
30,000
Results 21,126
25,429
29,357  
1.5.2. Percent of dual credit enrollments successfully completed with grade of A, B, C or P Targets  
86.3%
87%
87.8%
Results 85.5% 84.5% 86.7%  
 
Strategy 2: Ensure that Indiana's citizens, workforce, and businesses are globally competitive
Metrics
Targets / Results
 
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2.1.1. Percent of technical and professional development programs with current, validated statewide outcome standards Targets  
60%
75%
100%
Results 53.8% 64% 79.0%  
2.1.2a CAAP scores (writing) Targets  
61.8
63.0
64.2
Results 61.8 61.6 61.9  
2.1.2b CAAP scores (math) Targets   54.9 55.8 56.7
Results 54.9 55.5 55.0  
2.1.2c CAAP scores (critical thinking) Targets   61.2 62.6 63.9
Results 61.2 60.9 61.2  
2.1.2d CAAP scores (science) Targets   59.1 60.1 61.2
Results 59.1 58.9 58.8  
2.2.1. Level of appropriate business leader participation in college advisory boards Targets  
25%
50%
100%
Results        
2.2.2 Percent of companies surveyed who would use Ivy Tech for workforce and professional training (Top 50 Survey) Targets  
52.9%
54.5%
56%
Results
N/A
52.9%
   
2.2.3. Percent of graduates placed in preparation-related jobs Targets  
63.1%
64.1%
65.1%
Results 61.2% 59.5% 54.2%  
2.3.1. Curriculum self-audited based on the DAC Methodology

Targets

 
30%
60%
100%
Results        
2.3.2. Advisory Committees survey results based on DAC methodology Targets  
50%
positive
70%
positive
90%
positive
Results        
 
Strategy 3: Ensure optimal quality and efficiencies statewide
Metrics
Targets / Results
 
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
3.1.1. Student satisfaction in general (very satisfied or satisfied) Targets  
78.6%
79.6%
80.6%
Results 75.6% 72.1% 72.2%  
3.1.2. Student satisfaction with opportunities for personal involvement in college activities (very satisfied or satisfied) Targets  
40%
42.5%
44.8%
Results 38.1% 39.3% 41.2%  
3.2.1. Faculty and staff awareness and understanding of management processes which enhance their ability to perform Targets  
63%
67%
70%
Results  
59.6%
60.6%  
3.2.2. Number of core management, administrative, and academic/Corporate College processes streamlined for efficiencies and effectiveness Targets  
2 processes each
5 processes each
8 processes each
Results        
3.2.3. Cumulative cost savings/efficiency Targets  
$12M
$16M
$20M
Results $19.6M
$21.4M
   
3.3.1. Quality audit of consistent and duplicative practices across the state Targets  
10% variance reduction
10% variance reduction
10% variance
reduction
Results        
3.3.2. Value and cost benefit analysis of programs and services Targets  
Identify 3% of programs
Identify 3% of programs
Identify 3% of programs
Results        
3.4.1. Percent of distance education course enrollments that result in passing grades Targets  
66.0%
67.0%
68.0%
Results 65.4%
(Fall 2007)
60.7%
(Fall 2008)
61.0%
(Fall 2009)
61.0%
3.4.2. Number of online catalog courses that are common statewide Targets  
76
94
114
Results 57
114
130  
3.5.1. Faculty and staff satisfaction with recruiting, hiring, developing, assessing, training, and retaining Targets

55%
58%
61%
Results 59.3%
59.3%
61.8%  
3.5.2. Faculty and staff ratios compared to peer institutions Targets  
35th percentile
40th percentile
45th percentile
Results 36th percentile      
3.5.3a Number of campuses with optimal space and physical resources Targets  
+3
+3
+3
Results   7 11  
3.5.3b Number of campuses with physical resources Targets  
+3
+3
+3
Results  
7
10
 
3.5.4. Number of faculty involved in standing college-wide committees Targets  
22%
24%
25%
Results 20%
20%
18%  
 
Strategy 4: Ensure an adequate and sustainable resource base
Metrics
Targets / Results
 
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
4.1.1. Increased revenues from State Targets  
$20M
$25M
$40M
Results $12M      
4.1.2. Corporate College net revenue Targets  
$0
$500K
$1M
Results -$3,134K $-911,037 -$1,650,608  
4.1.3. Value of grants Targets  
$28M
$37M
$52M
Results   $46.87M $50.56M $54.36M
4.1.4. Profit from business and entrepreneurial opportunities Targets  
$150K
$300K
$500K
Results        
4.2.1. Accuracy of alumni and alumni donor lists Targets  
Cut the gap 50%
Cut the gap 50%
Cut the gap 50%
Results        
4.2.2. Percent of active alumni participants Targets  
2 x baseline
4 x baseline
8 x baseline
Results        
4.2.3. Value of alumni donations Targets  
$500K
$900K
$3M
Results $212K $289,644 $337,410  
  Total donations raised (exluding grants) Targets      
$29,523,039
Results $21,935,048 $35,382,087 $0  
4.3.1. Number of external stakeholders active in Ivy Tech Targets  
+10%
+10%
+10%
Results        
4.3.2a Percentage of faculty and staff who volunteer for external civic engagement Targets  
75%
76%
77%
Results   74% 76%  
4.3.2b Percentage of students who volunteer for external civic engagement Targets  
38%
38.5%
39%
Results   37.6% 39.7%  
4.3.3 Number of companies served by the College Targets  
1,500
1,750
2,000
Results 1,279 1,078 1,035  
  Number of workers served through Workforce/Corporate College Targets        
Results 21,234 23,875 24,474  
  Value of Corporate College revenue Targets      
$1,626,608
Results     -$1,650,608  
4.3.4. WorkOne educational and training dollars received by Ivy Tech Targets  
$18.3M
$19.8M
$21.4M
Results $16,981K $15.7M    
4.4.1. Results of an annual Good-to-Great survey among faculty and staff Targets        
Results        
 
Executive Scorecard Benchmark Metrics
Metrics
Targets / Results
 
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
5.1a The number of students enrolled college-wide in the Fall Term Targets  
116,789
126,132
136,223
Results
108,138
112,229
111,775
108,099
5.1b The number of students enrolled college-wide in the Spring Term Targets  
108,708
117,622
127,031
Results
100,842
128,397
128,703
127,962
5.1c The number of students enrolled college-wide in the Summer Term Targets  
48,067
52,009
56,169
Results
44,589
50,384
47,211
41,307
5.2 Number of individuals served by Ivy Tech college-wide annually Targets  
206,454
222,970
240,808
Results
187,789
201,870