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Town Hall September 5, 2011 Town Hall September 5, 2011

The Citadel Mission Educate and prepare graduates to become principled leaders in all walks The Citadel Mission Educate and prepare graduates to become principled leaders in all walks of life by instilling the core values of The Citadel in a challenging intellectual environment. 2

Admissions remains very strong Class of 2015 by the numbers: • 2, 714 – Admissions remains very strong Class of 2015 by the numbers: • 2, 714 – record number of applications • 734 – largest freshman class in 37 years • 56 – ties record number of women (7. 6%) • 3. 52 –highest GPA average 3

Four-Year Graduation Rates for 2004 Cohort 100% 75% 63% 54% 50% 46% 34% 23% Four-Year Graduation Rates for 2004 Cohort 100% 75% 63% 54% 50% 46% 34% 23% 25% 0% The Citadel College of Charleston Clemson University USCColumbia Winthrop University USC- Upstate 22% Coastal Carolina University 22% Lander University 19% 17% USC- Aiken Francis Marion. South Carolina University State University 12% U. S. C. Beaufort 4

My priorities • Build upon academic quality • Provide a world-class leadership experience • My priorities • Build upon academic quality • Provide a world-class leadership experience • Ensure the college’s fiscal capacity to achieve our institutional goals • Raise the regional and national profile of The Citadel • Increase the number of individuals and institutions supporting The Citadel 5

Honor, Duty, Respect • We will not lose sight of The Citadel’s unique role: Honor, Duty, Respect • We will not lose sight of The Citadel’s unique role: excellence in the education of principled leaders • Revised Core Values: “Honor, Duty, Respect” o Clear and memorable o Immediately associated with The Citadel • Core Values are for the entire Citadel family 6

Let’s have a great year! 7 Let’s have a great year! 7

Provost’s Report Samuel H. Hines, Jr. , Ph. D. Brigadier General, SCM 8 Provost’s Report Samuel H. Hines, Jr. , Ph. D. Brigadier General, SCM 8

Blueprint progress 2010 -11 • • • Completed first year of the Sophomore Seminar Blueprint progress 2010 -11 • • • Completed first year of the Sophomore Seminar Completed the first year of e-Leadership Portfolio Renovated the interior of Daniel Library Advanced online education Expanded enrollment in the College Success Institute Established the STEM Center 10

Blueprint progress (Cont’d) • Created new programs: o Criminal Justice bachelor’s degree (Evening Undergraduate Blueprint progress (Cont’d) • Created new programs: o Criminal Justice bachelor’s degree (Evening Undergraduate Program) o Graduate certificate in Systems Engineering o Homeland Security Graduate Certificate o Accelerated MAT in Math and Biology • Krause Center for Leadership and Ethics: o Developed a Junior Year leadership program o Coordinated over 800 students providing more than 5, 600 hours of community service 11

The Citadel Strategic Plan: 2012 -2015 • Focuses our efforts on being the foremost The Citadel Strategic Plan: 2012 -2015 • Focuses our efforts on being the foremost institution for educating principled leaders • The Blueprint invites an internal look at resource alignment • Provides a foundation for our fundraising efforts and the upcoming capital campaign 12

Strategic Planning Process 13 Strategic Planning Process 13

Strategic Planning Process Activities for 2011 -2012 Academic Year 2009 -12 Blueprint Implementation 2011 Strategic Planning Process Activities for 2011 -2012 Academic Year 2009 -12 Blueprint Implementation 2011 -2012 Academic Year Creation of Fall 2012 -2015 Plan 2012 -2015 Strategic Plan to BOV for Approval June 2012 Creation of Prioritized Lists for Internal and External Funding April-May 2012 Strategic Planning Committee Deliberations and Rankings • New objectives and action items • Refined KPIs • Enhanced Assessments Jan- March 2012 Strategic Planning Proposals Due Nov 2011 Campus-wide Strategic Planning Presentations and Proposal Writing Workshops August-Nov 2011 Strategic Planning Proposal Forms for 2012 -2015 Distributed to All Faculty and Staff Following Town Hall August 2011 14

Creation of 2012 -2015 Strategic Plan • Strategic Planning Folders: please take one with Creation of 2012 -2015 Strategic Plan • Strategic Planning Folders: please take one with you! • Folder Content: o Welcome Letter and Goal Statement o Strategic Planning Overview o Strategic Planning Process Description and Definitions o Strategic Planning Timeline o Campus-wide SWOT Analysis Results o Environmental Scan o New Objective Proposal Forms and Examples (Forms Also on Blueprint Website) 15

Report of the Executive Vice President Thomas W. Elzey Brigadier General, SCM 16 Report of the Executive Vice President Thomas W. Elzey Brigadier General, SCM 16

The Citadel’s State Appropriations* Base State Appropriations $16, 287, 740 FY 08/09 Reductions (24. The Citadel’s State Appropriations* Base State Appropriations $16, 287, 740 FY 08/09 Reductions (24. 2%) ($3, 940, 592) FY 09/10 Reductions (8. 8%) ($1, 090, 924) FY 10/11 Reductions (21. 0%) ($2, 263, 823) Total Reduction ($7, 295, 339) FY 10/11 Base State Appropriation $8, 992, 401 Total 3 -Year Reduction Percent 44. 7% FY 11/12 Reduction = 7% ($629, 468)** FY 11/12 State Appropriation*** 4 -Year Percent Reduction *Without one-time stimulus funds. ** FY 12 reduction $0. 6 M (7% cut) + $2. 4 M lost stimulus funding = $3 M. *** Does not include $811, 439 in State Deferred Maintenance Funds. $8, 362, 933 48. 7% 17

How We Finished FY 10/11: E&G Revenue Expenditures Difference $3. 99 M Actual Revenue How We Finished FY 10/11: E&G Revenue Expenditures Difference $3. 99 M Actual Revenue $57. 13 M Original Revenue Budget $54. 98 M Original Expense Budget $54. 98 M Actual Expenditures $53. 14 M Carryover: Gross Carryover = $3, 996, 022 FY 12 Budget = ($1, 000) Net Carryover = $2, 996, 022 18

BCG Analysis • • • Provided a fiscal modeling instrument Reviewed college’s fiscal condition BCG Analysis • • • Provided a fiscal modeling instrument Reviewed college’s fiscal condition Recommended: o Develop a mix of revenues to replace diminished state funding o Improve retention o Add programs in high-demand fields o Coordinate fundraising o Prioritize athletics self-sufficiency o Increase on-line course offerings 19

Moving Forward • • TCF Grant o Additional to the Academic Grant o $3. Moving Forward • • TCF Grant o Additional to the Academic Grant o $3. 5 million for FY 2011 -12 o Funds revenue-generating initiatives o Provides support for campus operations Vice President for Institutional Advancement 20

Parking • Provided 35 spaces at Kovats Field • Demolish the old City Gym Parking • Provided 35 spaces at Kovats Field • Demolish the old City Gym and Congress Street apartments • Create 300+ spaces • Move cadets to new spaces • Make more spaces available for faculty/staff at Kovats Field 21

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