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Saturday November 19, 2016 HOST SITE: Peoria Breakfast @ 9: 30 AM Meeting begins Saturday November 19, 2016 HOST SITE: Peoria Breakfast @ 9: 30 AM Meeting begins @ 10 AM http: //www 2. uic. edu/stud_orgs/prof/umsc University Medical Student Council UMSC

Introduction: Renee Mc. Carthy Director for the Medical Student Learning Environment University of Illinois Introduction: Renee Mc. Carthy Director for the Medical Student Learning Environment University of Illinois College of Medicine

Guest Speaker: Todd Van Neck Associate Dean for Administration University of Illinois College of Guest Speaker: Todd Van Neck Associate Dean for Administration University of Illinois College of Medicine

MD Tuition – FY 2018 Planning College of Medicine Dean’s Office November 19, 2016 MD Tuition – FY 2018 Planning College of Medicine Dean’s Office November 19, 2016 INNOVATION 4 EXCELLENCE SERVICE

FY 2017 State Budget Outlook As of today, State budget still not set. Two FY 2017 State Budget Outlook As of today, State budget still not set. Two “stop gap” appropriation bills passed: FY 2016…UI received $180. 1 M of $667. 5 M (73% cut) FY 2017…UI received about half of annual funding. College level impacts still undetermined… As planning measure, University assumed 20% recurring cut to the FY 2016 appropriation and imposed additional 5 temporary cuts ($10 M for COM). Have not yet communicated cuts for FY 2017.

Our Tuition Rate History 6 Our Tuition Rate History 6

Local Peer Comparisons Annual Tuition Rate Increases 7 Local Peer Comparisons Annual Tuition Rate Increases 7

Local Peer Comparisons 8 Local Peer Comparisons 8

Entering Class Fall 2016 The Admissions Funnel 9 Entering Class Fall 2016 The Admissions Funnel 9

Enrollment Metrics for Entering Classes 10 Enrollment Metrics for Entering Classes 10

Entering Class Academic Qualifications 11 Entering Class Academic Qualifications 11

Institutional Aid to Students 12 These are almost entirely gifts for scholarships. Institutional Aid to Students 12 These are almost entirely gifts for scholarships.

FY 2018 Rate Proposal For Current Students… IL Resident tuition rate increase: • Proposing FY 2018 Rate Proposal For Current Students… IL Resident tuition rate increase: • Proposing 1. 85% increase for Fall/Spring rate ($672 per year) • No change for summer tuition Non-resident tuition rate increase: 13 • Same dollar increase as resident tuition rate • Translates to 0. 93% increase (higher base) University fees & assessments: TBD

FY 2018 Rate Proposal Cumulative Impact of Tuition Increases on 4 year Price 14 FY 2018 Rate Proposal Cumulative Impact of Tuition Increases on 4 year Price 14

FY 2018 Rate Proposal For New Students… New curriculum requires registration for 11 terms FY 2018 Rate Proposal For New Students… New curriculum requires registration for 11 terms vs current 10 (adding summer between M 1/M 2) Benefits of continuous registration (beyond curricular)… Maintain access to student health services and (in 15 Chicago) mass transit pass Easier to maintain financial aid and plan finances Begs question of the best rate structure Multiple options under consideration

FY 2018 Rate Proposal Transition from 10 terms to 11 terms of Registration 16 FY 2018 Rate Proposal Transition from 10 terms to 11 terms of Registration 16

Investments of Incremental Tuition Revenue What the tuition increase is NOT paying for: • Investments of Incremental Tuition Revenue What the tuition increase is NOT paying for: • Start-up of M 1 in Peoria & Rockford (e. g. recruitment of new faculty and support staff $3. 5 M, building new classrooms for gross anatomy & team-based learning $4 M) • Modernizing the curriculum (e. g. faculty time for curricular development, instructional design staff, anatomical visualization tools $250 K, new theme and block leaders $450 K) • Wind down of operations in Urbana-Champaign over next 5 years What the tuition increase IS paying for (basically, everything else): • New special curricular programs (I-Med, CE-Med, Q-Med) • 17 New humanities faculty • Additional support staff (student advisors, A/V and instructional technology support, director of the learning environment) • Inflation in certain costs (e. g. , Up. To. Date subscription…$110 K+) • Maintenance of existing equipment & facilities Some of these are costs being incurred now, in FY 2017; some will impact in FY 2018

Introduction: Marchello Johnson Financial Aid Director University of Illinois College of Medicine Introduction: Marchello Johnson Financial Aid Director University of Illinois College of Medicine

Financial Aid Reminders & Updates: UMSC MEETING University of Illinois College of Medicine Financial Aid Reminders & Updates: UMSC MEETING University of Illinois College of Medicine

The Office of Student Financial Aid Team (OSFA) Marchello A. Johnson– Director Tara Haddadin The Office of Student Financial Aid Team (OSFA) Marchello A. Johnson– Director Tara Haddadin – Assistant Director Betsy Garcia -- Financial Aid Coordinator Website: www. medicine. uic. edu/finaid Phone: (312) 413 – 0127 Email: [email protected] edu Like Us on Facebook @ https: //www. facebook. com/UIMed. Fin. Aid/ Like Us on Twitter @ https: //twitter. com/UIMed. Fin. Aid

New Federal Information Prior Year • For the 2017 -2018 FAFSA instead of using New Federal Information Prior Year • For the 2017 -2018 FAFSA instead of using the 2016 taxes, students will be using the 2015 taxes. Same tax information that was used last year on the 2016 -2017 • Students get award letter earlier • Less chance for FAFSA errors, because there is no estimating taxes POSSIBLE IMPACT FOR STUDENTS • More students can be selected for verification process • Submit tax information and w 2 information to COM OSFA • No Award until verification process has been completed

Financial Aid Updates • Early FAFSA filing date 2017 -2018 FAFSA, October 1 • Financial Aid Updates • Early FAFSA filing date 2017 -2018 FAFSA, October 1 • 2017 -2018 award letters available as early as Feb. March • FULL TIME 12 hours or more for fall or spring terms • FULL TIME for SUMMER 6 hours • You must be enrolled in at least 6 hours in any semester including summer in order to be eligible for aid

SNAP-Academic Works Scholarship Search UIC SNAP is a centralized scholarship application system that contains SNAP-Academic Works Scholarship Search UIC SNAP is a centralized scholarship application system that contains scholarships for UIC students in all colleges and at all levels. Start by logging in with your NETID in the upper right hand corner. You may see recommended scholarships to which you are directly matched by the system. You may also see all other scholarship listings. External scholarships are also visible in the system and directions to other websites may be provided. Login here: https: //uic. academicworks. com/users/sign_in Required: You need to complete the General Application and the College of Medicine conditional application in order for your application to be considered complete. Additionally, each scholarship may require essays or uploads. We will notify all students once it is. Features for applicants to help your search: Browsing “All” Scholarships: You can browse through all scholarships offered by the University. Deadlines: The “Deadline” column indicates the deadline to complete the application to receive consideration. Award Amount: The number and award amount of scholarships are for general information purposes only and should not be considered a guarantee of what you will receive if selected. Actual award amounts vary based on students’ individual eligibility, funds available, and other factors.

Life Happens – Be Prepared Federal Regulations require recipients to be enrolled at least Life Happens – Be Prepared Federal Regulations require recipients to be enrolled at least half-time and are only intended the educational cost of the student Situations which may affect you financial aid may include: LOA Changes in registration Ultimately, YOU are responsible for paying your student account and repaying your student loans Have a Back Up Plan Be prepared for the unexpected

Med School “Hidden Costs” You cannot receive federal aid for some costs you will Med School “Hidden Costs” You cannot receive federal aid for some costs you will incur as a medical student Residency applications Residency relocation costs Repeat attempts at USMLE exams Prep courses for USMLE exams Purchase of a car (not mandatory, but fairly common)

Tips to Reduce Know Debtyour program – Stay on track towards graduation to reduce Tips to Reduce Know Debtyour program – Stay on track towards graduation to reduce overall cost of your degree Check your credit report – Mistakes could Plan your spending – Budgeting your money Delay gratification – Buy what you need Check your student account – cause higher interest rates on credit-based student loans* & tracking expenses help cut spending. now, so you can buy what you want later. frequently check to make sure you don’t owe for fees or new charges *check credit report at annualcreditreport. com https: //www. studentmoney. uillinois. edu/

Questions? Questions?

Approval of Minutes Rockford Meeting 9/24/16 Approval of Minutes Rockford Meeting 9/24/16

Executive board reports Campus Reports College Committee Reports Executive board reports Campus Reports College Committee Reports

UMSC LEARNING ENVIRONMENT 1. College Executive Committee Approved Statement 2. COM Learning Environment Working UMSC LEARNING ENVIRONMENT 1. College Executive Committee Approved Statement 2. COM Learning Environment Working Group Update 3. New position: Director, Medical Student Learning Environment

UMSC LEARNING ENVIRONMENT STATEMENT “The University of Illinois, College of Medicine is committed to UMSC LEARNING ENVIRONMENT STATEMENT “The University of Illinois, College of Medicine is committed to ensuring a safe and effective learning environment for students, residents, faculty, and staff. As an institution that trains the physician leaders of tomorrow, we expect members of our community to uphold an academic environment that encourages mutually respectful relationships, is conducive to learning, and is free of learner mistreatment or threat of harassment. ” Approved by COM Executive Committee, June 18, 2016

UMSC COM Learning Environment Working Group Formed December 2015 Selected members represent stakeholders (students, UMSC COM Learning Environment Working Group Formed December 2015 Selected members represent stakeholders (students, residents, faculty, staff) and our four campuses Drafted college statement and vetted it with over 22 groups/committees Drafting college-wide policy and procedures with similar plans for vetting; targeting implementation in AY 2017 -2018

UMSC Director, Medical Student Learning Environment College-wide position Responsibilities include: Create and maintain educational/informational UMSC Director, Medical Student Learning Environment College-wide position Responsibilities include: Create and maintain educational/informational tools for college community Serve as ombudsperson in undergraduate medical education Renee Mc Carthy, JD (December 2016 start date)

UMSC Reporting issues/incidents Currently: campuses have interim procedures December: Environment Director, Medical Student Learning UMSC Reporting issues/incidents Currently: campuses have interim procedures December: Environment Director, Medical Student Learning

Post-Election Outreach Alex Matelski, Urbana Alex Tang, Urbana Post-Election Outreach Alex Matelski, Urbana Alex Tang, Urbana

Independent Student Analysis Survey Stephanie Grach, M 2 Rockford Independent Student Analysis Survey Stephanie Grach, M 2 Rockford

Meeting Dates 20162017 Academic Year: Saturday, September 24 th– ROCKFORD (in-person) Saturday, November 19 Meeting Dates 20162017 Academic Year: Saturday, September 24 th– ROCKFORD (in-person) Saturday, November 19 th- PEORIA (Web. Ex) Saturday, January 28 th - CHICAGO (Web. Ex) Saturday, March 4 th- URBANA (in-person)