University Planning

FY14 Performance Dashboard Table of Contents

Western Illinois University Dashboard
Individual Indicators
Updated December 2013

The Dashboard summarizes the status of the University Performance Indicators (PIs) approved by the Western Illinois University Board of Trustees. As of December 2013, 34 of the University's PIs (55.7%) are completed/maintained or progressing in the desired direction, and 27 (44.3%) are moving in the opposite direction or show no change.

 

  Completed/Maintained Moving in Desired Direction
Showing No Change Moving in Opposite Direction
All Performance Indicators 11 23 6 21
Macomb Campus 1 9 2 12
Educational Demand 0 6 1 6
Total Enrollment       X
New Freshmen Applications   X    
New Freshmen Acceptances        X
New Freshmen Enrollments       X
New Transfer Applications        X
New Transfer Acceptances        X
New Transfer Enrollments        X
Percent Minority Enrollment   X    
Percent International Enrollment    X    
Percent Pell Grant Recipients    X    
Average ACT Scores of New Freshmen    X    
ACT Interquartile Range     X  
New Freshmen from Top 25% of Their High School Graduating Class   X    
Educational Opportunity 1 2 0 6
Percent First-Year Retention - All Students       X
Percent First-Year Retention - Minority Students       X
Percent First-Year Retention - Pell Grant Recipients       X
Six-Year Graduation Rate - All Students    X    
Six-Year Graduation Rate - Minority Students       X
Six-Year Graduation Rate - Pell Grant Recipients    X    
Number of Class Sections       X
Percent of Classes Under 30        X
Student-to-Faculty Ratio  X      
Affordability and Financial Strength 0 1 1 0
Percent of Graduates with Loans     X  
Average Debt Load of Graduates    X    
Quad Cities Campus 1 12 0 8
Educational Demand 1 11 0 2
Total Enrollment   X    
New Freshmen Applications   X    
New Freshmen Acceptances   X    
New Freshmen Enrollments   X    
New Transfer Applications    X    
New Transfer Acceptances    X    
New Transfer Enrollments    X    
Percent Minority Enrollment   X    
Percent International Enrollment       X
Percent of Pell Grant Recipients        X
Average ACT Scores of New Freshmen   X    
ACT Interquartile Range   X    
New Freshmen from Top 25% of Their High School Graduating Class   X    
Educational Opportunity 1 1  0  4
Four-Year Graduation Rate - All Students        X
Four-Year Graduation Rate - Minority Students       X
Four-Year Graduation Rate - Pell Grant Recipients       X
Number of Class Sections   X    
Percent of Classes Under 30       X
Student-to-Faculty Ratio  X      
Affordability and Financial Strength  0  0  0  2
Percent of Graduates with Loans       X
Average Debt Load of Graduates        X
Both Campuses 9 2 0 1
Educational Demand 2 1 0 1
Average Professor Salaries as a % of Peer Group X      
Average Associate Professor as a % of Peer Group Salaries X      
Average Assistant Professor Salaries as a % of Peer Group    X    
Average Instructor Salaries as a % of Peer Group       X
Educational Opportunity 0 1 0 0
Percent of Alumni Donating to the University    X    
Affordability and Financial Strength 7 0 0 0
Institutional Cost Increases Compared to Inflation X      
Primary Reserve Ratio X      
Net Operating Revenue Ratio  X      
Return on Net Assets Ratio X      
Viability Ratio X      
Instructional Costs per Credit Hour/Below Statewide Average X      
Administrative Costs per Credit Hour X      
1Data for the National Survey of Student Engagement are not reported separately by campus. Freshmen results are displayed for Macomb as the Quad Cities Campus does not admit new beginning freshmen. Senior results are combined for the Macomb and Quad Cities Campus and are placed in the Both Campuses display.

Institutional data details are discussed in the pages that follow. To further inform campus planning and accountability reporting, the University’s most current performance (fall 2013 or Fiscal Year 2014) is reported on a longitudinal basis. Western’s performance is also compared to a subset of the Illinois public universities requested by the Board of Trustees (i.e., Eastern Illinois University, Illinois State University, Southern Illinois University, the University of Illinois-Springfield, and Western Illinois University), all Illinois public universities, as well as Macomb and Quad Cities Campus benchmark institutions. In most cases, benchmarking data is for the previous year (fall 2012 or Fiscal Year 2013) due to secondary data publishing schedules.

For salary comparisons, the agreed upon University Professionals of Illinois-Western Illinois University peer group is used.