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One System…One Mission College and Career Ready Pre K – Florida 12 Public Schools One System…One Mission College and Career Ready Pre K – Florida 12 Public Schools College System State University System 1

ONE System…ONE Mission The Florida College System = Access, Outreach, Responsiveness, Quality, Affordability, University ONE System…ONE Mission The Florida College System = Access, Outreach, Responsiveness, Quality, Affordability, University Transfer and Workforce Education from career certificates through baccalaureate level programs targeting Florida’s economic needs… q q q n 11 “community” colleges 7 “colleges” 10 “state” colleges Over 887, 000 students q 333, 272 in Associate in Arts q 103, 741 in Associate in Science/Applied Science q 54, 429 in Vocational and College Credit Certificates q 152, 218 in College and Vocational Prep q 55, 575 in Adult and Secondary q 179, 039 in Continuing Workforce Education q 64, 338 in Recreation and Leisure and Life Long Learning q 13, 171 in Bachelor of Science/Applied Science q 4, 202 in Educator Preparation Institutes 2

What Happens After They Graduate? Standard Diplomas to Postsecondary 2007 -08 The 2008 -09 What Happens After They Graduate? Standard Diplomas to Postsecondary 2007 -08 The 2008 -09 Academic Year 90, 769 (61%) Students Enrolled in a Florida Postsecondary Institution* Florida Colleges 29, 696 (29%) 4, 744 (5%) PK-12 Adult Programs High School Diploma Recipients State Universities Independent Universities 147, 711 60, 237 (66%) 2, 649 (3%) Source: PK-20 Education Data Warehouse. * Does not include students who enrolled in postsecondary education out of state, historically 4 -5% of high school graduates. Note: percentages use the 90, 769 as the denominator and will add up to more than 100% because students may enroll in more than one 3 sector.

The Florida College System: Growth in FTE* *Lower and Upper Division Full-Time Equivalent Enrollment; The Florida College System: Growth in FTE* *Lower and Upper Division Full-Time Equivalent Enrollment; Funded-30; Actual Enrollment from Student Database. 4

Postsecondary CTE provided by n n n The Florida College System All 28 colleges Postsecondary CTE provided by n n n The Florida College System All 28 colleges in the Florida College System offer Career and Technical Education programs Programs based on needs of business and industry Result in postsecondary certificates, degrees and industry certifications 2009 -2010 Enrollments Associate in Science Degree (AS/AAS) College Credit Certificates (CCC) Career Certificates (Clock Hour) Total 103, 741 21, 612 30, 817 156, 170

Career Pathway/Seamless Articulation C A R E E R Earn BSN Earn RN L Career Pathway/Seamless Articulation C A R E E R Earn BSN Earn RN L A D D E R EMPLOYMENT Earn LPN EMPLOYMENT Earn CNA Certificate EXIT EMPLOYMENT High School Postsecondary (Technical Centers – Florida College System)

Florida College Transfers & SUS Enrollment 50% Trends in Percentage of Enrollment in SUS Florida College Transfers & SUS Enrollment 50% Trends in Percentage of Enrollment in SUS Upper Division 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 2003 -2004 -2005 -2006 -2007 -2008 -2009 -10 Fall FCS Transfers SUS Native Other Source: Florida Board of Governors 7

Plugging the Pipeline AA Transfers to the State Universities n n n The dramatic Plugging the Pipeline AA Transfers to the State Universities n n n The dramatic growth in Florida College System enrollments is proportionally increasing the number of AA graduates. A gap is starting to grow between the number of AA graduates seeking to transfer and transfer admissions to the State University System. State universities will need to increase the number of transfer seats available to meet demand for junior level transfers. 55, 000 48, 763 50, 000 45, 000 40, 000 35, 000 31, 595 30, 000 25, 000 2004 -05 Graduation 2005 -06 Graduation 2006 -07 Graduation 2007 -08 Graduation 2008 -09 Graduation 2009 -10 Graduation 2005 -06 SUS 2006 -07 SUS 2007 -08 SUS 2008 -09 SUS 2009 -10 SUS 2010 -11 SUS Enrollment Enrollment FCS AA Graduates FCS Transfers to SUS 8

SUS and FCS Enrollments by Age (2009 -10) 5. 2% SUS 81. 4% FCS SUS and FCS Enrollments by Age (2009 -10) 5. 2% SUS 81. 4% FCS Upper Division 25. 5% 13. 2% 33. 5% FCS Lower Division 0% 10% 20% 30% 24 and Younger 19. 9% 40% 25 -33 74. 5% of FCS Upper Division Enrollees are Over Age 24 41. 0% 53. 9% 50% 60% 44. 4% of FCS Lower Division Enrollees are Over Age 24 25. 5% 70% 81. 4% of SUS Upper Division Enrollees are 24 or Younger 90% 100% 34 and Older 9

Baccalaureate Enrollments by Type of Program Source: Division of Florida Colleges 10 Note: The Baccalaureate Enrollments by Type of Program Source: Division of Florida Colleges 10 Note: The counts of students reflect only those who have been enrolled into a program. Student admitted to the upper division but not in a program are excluded.

One System…One Mission Dr. Willis N. Holcombe, Chancellor Willis. Holcombe@fldoe. org Kasongo Butler, Assistant One System…One Mission Dr. Willis N. Holcombe, Chancellor Willis. [email protected] org Kasongo Butler, Assistant Chancellor Kasongo. [email protected] org