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Middle Georgia State University Institutional Scorecard (2018-2023)
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Imperatives / Strategies / Measurement of PerformanceData SourceBaseline Su&F17, Sp18FY19
(as of 1/19)
FY20FR21FY22FY23GoalsStatus?
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Grow Enrollment with Purpose
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1. Expand and enrich the face to face student experience
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a. Increase student engagement in the face to face classroomStudent EvaluationsNew4 out of 5
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b. Increase number of face to face students in Macon (and off campus)Institutional Research317230643500
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c. Increase number of face to face students in CochranInstitutional Research163717352000
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d. Increase number of face to face students in DublinInstitutional Research337322500
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e. Increase number of face to face students in Warner RobinsInstitutional Research699735800
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f. Increase number of face to face students in EastmanInstitutional Research277345300
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2. Expand and enrich online instruction into new markets
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a. Increase student engagement in the online classroomStudent EvaluationsNew4 out of 5
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b. Increase number of students enrolled in online programsInstitutional Research121115901800
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Own Student Success
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3. Develop academic pipelines and expand degrees
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a. Increase Bachelor's degrees conferredInstitutional Research7414201000
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b. Increase Master's degrees conferredInstitutional Research5233200
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c. Increase number of students taking 15 credit hours per semesterInstitutional Research230418762803
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d. Decrease the institutional DFW rateCourse Grades20.10%21.70%19%
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4. Expand student engagement and experiential learning
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a. Expand career development, internships, and experiential learningCareer Services624976797
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b. Increase students who graduate with experiential learning credentialCareer Services487312750
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c. Expand RSOs collaboration in serving students and the communityStudent Affairs5675
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d. Expand from 1 to 6 Greek organizations Student Affairs126
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e. Increase number of students engaged in researchAcademic Affairs713648867
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f. Provide cultural, social, and civic engagement on and off campusStudent Affairs339218440
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g. Expand and improve student wellbeing through programming and servicesStudent Affairs203440
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Build Shared Culture
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5. Attract talent and enhance employee development and recognition
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a. Increase employee confidenceEmployee SurveyNew4 out of 5
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b. Decrease employee attritionHuman Resources14%12%
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6. Sustain financial health through resourceful fiscal management
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a. Increase need-based aid
Foundation Scholarships
$330,000$350,000$750,000
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b. Increase alumni giving
Foundation Scholarships
3%1%4.50%
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c. Increase faculty and staff contributing to annual campaignFoundation 60%52%75%
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d. Complete current capital campaign by December 2020Foundation $3M$5.2M$11M
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e. Complete planning and begin silent phase of next campaign by 2023FoundationBegin 2021Begin 2021Silent
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f. Increase annual campaign to $1MFoundation$850K$879,000$1.2M
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g. Decrease the financial aid default rateFinancial Reports15%12.80%12%
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h. Increase space utilization for growthFacilities Reporting
2.9 SqFt/credit hr
2.9 SqFt/credit hr
2.6 SqFt/ credit hr
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i. Increase amount in auxilliaries reserveFinance & Operations-$27,000$5M
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j. Increase efficient and effectiveness (Exp./FTE)Finance & Operations$10,320$10,901$10,100
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7. Cultivate engagement with its local communities
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a. Increase the number of students who serve in community agenciesInstitutional Research(Sp 18) 1870(Sp 23) 2275
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b. Increase the number of faculty and staff who participate in community serviceEmployee SurveyNew80%
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c. Increase the number of alumni participating in eventsAlumni Affairs300016004500
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