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Interactive Dashboard of Performance
Fiscal Year 2010 Performance Report - December 18, 2009 Update

We invite you to take advantage of our interactive dashboard presentation. The table below provides an overview of the performance indicators associated with each of our three primary categories of performance assessment, including an indication of whether for each indicator we are progressing in the desired direction.

By clicking on either the links above or within the table, or via the navigation tools provided to the left, you can then visit a more detailed view of our performance within each of the three primary areas of focus. There, not only will you see more detail, but you will also be able to view tables where you can choose which attribute you wish to sort, as well as graphical representation of the data.

 

Overview of Performance Indicators

  Progressing in
Desired Direction
Showing
No Change
Moving in the
Opposite Direction
All Performance Indicators 36 1 13
       
Educational Demand & Quality Indicators 14 1 10
Total enrollment in Macomb
X
Total enrollment in the Quad Cities
X
New freshman applications
X
New freshman acceptances    
X
New freshman enrollment
X
New transfer applications in Macomb
X
New transfer acceptances in Macomb
X
New transfer enrollment in Macomb
X
New transfer applications in the Quad Cities
X
New transfer acceptances in the Quad Cities
X
New transfer enrollment in the Quad Cites
X
Minority enrollment in Macomb
X
International enrollment in Macomb
X
Enrollment of Pell Grant recipients in Macomb
X
Minority enrollment in the Quad Cities
X
International enrollment in the Quad Cities
X
Enrollment of Pell Grant recipients in the Quad Cities
X
Average ACT scores of new freshmen
X
Middle half of the University’s ACT distribution (interquartile range)
X
Percent of new freshmen enrolled a the University from the top 25 percent of their high school graduating class
X
Salaries that meet or exceed peer group averages for professors
X
Salaries that meet or exceed peer group averages for associate professors
X
Salaries that meet or exceed peer group averages for assistant professors
X
Salaries that meet or exceed peer group averages for instructors
X
Salaries that meet or exceed peer group averages for administrative/professional staff
X
       
Educational Opportunity Indicators 14 0 2
First-year retention rates of all students
X
First-year retention rates of minority students
X
First-year retention rates of Pell Grant recipients
X
   
Six-year graduation rates for all students on the Macomb campus
X
   
Six-year graduation rates for minority students on the Macomb campus
X
   
Six-year graduation rates for Pell Grant Recipients on the Macomb campus
X
   
Four-year graduation rates of all students at the Quad Cites
X
Four-year graduation rates for minority students on the Quad Cities campus
X
   
Four-year graduation rates of Pell Grants at the Quad Cities    
X
Number of class sections in Macomb
X
   
Percent of classes with under 30 students in Macomb
X
   
Student-to-faculty ratios in Macomb
X
   
Number of class sections in the Quad Cities
X
   
Percent of classes with under 30 students in the Quad Cities
X
   
Student-to-faculty ratios in the Quad Cities
X
   
Percent of alumni donating to the University
X
       
Affordability & Financial Strength Indicators 8 0 1
Institutional all-cost increases (tuition, fees, room and board)
X
   
Percent of graduates with loans
X
   
Average debt load for students graduating from the University    
X
Primary reserve financial strength ratio
X
   
Net operating revenue financial strength ratio
X
   
Return on net assets financial strength ratio
X
   
Viability financial strength ratio
X
   
Instructional costs per credit hour
X
   
Administrative costs per credit hour
X

 

Summary and Next Steps

The first year of implementation for Higher Values in Higher Education 2008-2018 was successful. Approximately three-fourths of the University’s performance indicators progressed in the desired direction and only one-fourth stayed the same or moved in the opposite direction. As a University committed to advancing its priorities and goals, monthly strategic plan updates, annual spring planning and accomplishment presentations by the vice presidents and areas reporting to the president, strategic plan updates, and performance reports will continue to keep the Board, campus, and external communities informed of University progress and challenges as we become the leader in educational quality, opportunity, and affordability among our peers.