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Performance Indicators

Goal 1: Academic Excellence

Promote academic excellence through quality programs, engaged learners, and an innovative teaching and learning environment.

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

BASELINE

2018 TARGET

2018 STATUS

RESPONSIBLE OFFICE (INDIVIDUAL)

Number of accredited, certified or approved programs.

                 32

              42

                 45

Office of Academic Affairs (Provost)

NSSE Academic Challenge Engagement Indicators

Higher-Order Learning: 36.6 FY; 39.1 SY

 

Reflective & Integrative Learning:

30.8 FY; 34.9 SY

 

Learning Strategies:

35.3 FY; 34.9 SY

 

Quantitative Reasoning:

26.0 FY; 30.8 SY

Higher-Order Learning: 38.8 FY; 40.3 SY

 

Reflective & Integrative Learning:

35.3 FY; 38.0 SY

 

Learning Strategies:

39.0 FY; 39.6 SY

 

Quantitative Reasoning:

27.6 FY; 30.2 SY

Higher-Order Learning:  35.3 FY;  38.1 SY

 

Reflective & Integrative Learning:

 31.4 FY;  35.9 SY

 

Learning Strategies:

32.8 FY;  33.5 SY

 

Quantitative Reasoning:

 27.1 FY;  30.3 SY

 

Office of Academic Affairs (Provost)

Number of graduates
per year

2,256 total

1,834 undergraduate

353 graduate

69 professional

2,660 total

2,180 undergraduate

392 graduate

88 professional

2,569 total

2,053  undergraduate

414 graduate

 102 professional

 

Office of Academic Affairs (Provost)

Office of Student Affairs (Vice President)

Retention rate

         75%

           80%

         77.2 %

Office of Academic Affairs (Provost)

Office of Student Affairs (Vice President)

Enrollment

10,397 Brookings campus

2,186 off-campus

12,583 overall
10,957 undergraduate
1,208 graduate
418 professional

11,405 Brookings campus

2,608 off-campus

14,013 overall
11,878 undergraduate
1,708 graduate
427 professional

 10,473 Brookings campus

 

  2,054 off-campus

 

12,527 overall

  10,736 undergraduate

  1,386 graduate

 405 professional

Office of Student Affairs (Vice President)

Graduate School (Dean)

Enrollment of honors-eligible students

      2,172

    2,390

   2,178

Honors College (Dean)

Office of Student Affairs (Director of Admissions)

Enrollment of underrepresented students

       1,416

    1,558

   1,663

Office of Student Affairs (Vice President)

Office of Diversity, Equity and Community
(Chief Diversity Officer)

Number of STEM graduates

        710

    1,000

   872

Office of Academic Affairs (Provost)

Graduate School (Dean)

Goal 2: Research & Innovation

Generate new knowledge, encourage innovations, and promote artistic and creative works that contribute to the public good and result in social, cultural, or economic development for South Dakota, the region, nation, and world.

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

BASELINE

2018 TARGET

2018 STATUS

RESPONSIBLE OFFICE (INDIVIDUAL)

Research spending

$68.7 million annually

$115 million annually

$ 63.5 million annually

Division of Research and Economic Development
(Vice President)

Research spending
in private sector partnerships and collaborations

$4.8 million annually

$10 million annually

$ 1.9 million

Division of Research and Economic Development
(Vice President)

Interdisciplinary bioscience
and engineering initiative

Conceptual planning

Laboratory dedication

This initiative has been placed on hold

Division of Research and Economic Development
(Vice President)

Invention disclosures

33 annually

80 annually

 21 annually

Division of Research and Economic Development (Director
of Technology Transfer)

Royalty-bearing IP licenses

Start-ups

5 annually

2 annually

15 annually

8 annually

  10 annually

 3 annually

Division of Research and Economic Development (Director
of Technology Transfer)

Start-up companies and collaborating businesses

5 start-ups

15 start-ups and collaborating businesses

42 start-ups/ collaborating businesses

Division of Research and Economic Development (Director
of Technology Transfer)

Goal 3: Outreach

Extend the reach and depth of the University by developing strategic programs and collaborations.

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

BASELINE

2018 TARGET

2018 STATUS

RESPONSIBLE OFFICE (INDIVIDUAL)

National, regional or discipline-related competitive grants and sponsored programs administered by SDSU Extension

Regional and national award recognitions obtained

30

 

 

0

 

45

 

 

2

 

26

 

 

4

 

SDSU Extension
(Director and Associate Director)

People annually attending on-campus and off-campus sponsored events.

 

 

 

iGrow (SDSU Extension portal)

329,420

 

 

 

 

91,200

518,150

 

 

 

 

500,000

441,073

 

 

 

 

572,836

Intercollegiate Athletics (Director)

SDSU Extension (Director)

College of Arts & Science (Dean)

SDSU Foundation (President)

SDSU Alumni Association (President)

Office of Academic Affairs (Provost)

Degrees offered online

and

at University Centers

22 online

 

25 at University Centers

40 online

 

40 at University Centers

33  online

 

 15 at University Centers

Office of Continuing and Distance Education (Director)

Carnegie Foundation Community Engagement Classification

Not designated

Designated

Designated at first possible opportunity

Office of Academic Affairs (Provost)

Active agreements with universities, community colleges and technical institutes

50

150

130

Office of Academic Affairs (Provost)

Office of Student Affairs (Directors of Admissions
& Enrollment Services

Post-season    Participation
 

 

 

 

Student-athletes on Conference Academic Honor Roll

 

Jackrabbit Club Members

3 teams/individuals annually

 

 

50%

 

 

1,600

5 teams/individuals annually

 

 

55%

 

 

3,000

 5 teams/ 8 individuals annually

 

 

60%

 

 

2,200

Intercollegiate athletics

Goal 4: High-Performing University

Secure human and fiscal resources to ensure high performance through enhanced financial, management, and governance systems.

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

BASELINE

2018 TARGET

2018 STATUS

RESPONSIBLE OFFICE (INDIVIDUAL)

Endowed faculty positions

    3

     16

      16

Office of Academic Affairs (College Deans)

Employee job satisfaction

   63%

    75%

     68%

Office of the President (Planning, Decision Support and Assessment)

Alumni satisfaction

84% would attend
SDSU again

34% had an excellent experience

90% would attend
SDSU again

50% had an excellent experience

87% would attend
SDSU again

 

88% had an excellent experience

SDSU Alumni Association (President)

Office of the President (Planning, Decision Support and Assessment)

Campus climate
and environment

Fall 2013 Campus Climate Survey

TBD from initial
survey data

Survey completed, quantitative and qualitative reports developed and distributed to campus community

Office of Diversity, Equity and Community
(Chief Diversity Officer)

University endowment

$83 million

$135 million

$124 million

SDSU Foundation (President)

Annual state funding

$56.2 million

$65.2 million

$68.4 million

$47.3  million - University,

$8.7 million - Extension

$12.4 million - AES.

Office of the President (University President)

Office of Business and Finance (Vice President)

Information Technology FTE’s per 1,000 institutional FTE’s

5 FTEs per 1,000

5.03 FTEs per 1,000

  3.03 FTEs per 1,000

Office of Information Technology (Vice President)

Technology-related expenditures per student, faculty and staff FTE

$697

$800

$496.53

Office of Information Technology (Vice President)

Faculty and staff satisfaction
on shared governance

   50%

   70%

   57%

Office of Academic Affairs (Provost)

Leadership development completed for deans, department heads and
senior faculty

  N/A

   90%

   97%

Office of Academic Affairs (Provost)

Lean management initiative

   0%

   80%

   86%

Office of the President (University President)

Decentralized budget implementation

Incremental budget structure

Completion

Full implementation
was completed in FY15

Office of Budget and Finance (Vice President)

2025 Design and Master Plan and associated capital projects
 

 

Section 2
Today’s Environment

Section 3
Recommendations

NEW CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED

  • North Chiller Plant Distribution System

NEW CONSTRUCTION UNDERWAY

  • Performing Arts Center – Phase 2
  • Student Wellness Center Addition
  • Animal Disease Research Diagnostic Laboratory Addition & Renovation
  • SJ Marshall Addition & Renovation
  • Southeast University Neighborhood Redevelopment Housing (Planning)
  • American Indian Student Center (Planning)
  • Raven Precision Agriculture Center (Planning

RENOVATIONS COMPLETED

  • Crothers Engineering – Dean and Mechanical Engineering Suites
  • Depuy Military Hall Basement & Classrooms
  • West Hall First & Second Floor Upgrades
  • Morrill Hall President’s Suite
  • Avera Pharmacy Class Labs

RENOVATIONS UNDERWAY

  • Harding Hall Renovation
  • Intramural “The Barn”- 3D Art Classrooms
  • Roof Replacements – Ani Sci, Heat Plant, Wecota, Wenona,
  • Central Heating Plant Upgrades
  • Wagner Hall Heating
  • Northern Plains HVAC Controls – Phase 2

OUTDOOR PROJECTS COMPLETED

  • Brown and Grove Hall Landscaping

OUTDOOR PROJECTS UNDERWAY

  • Roundabout Parking Lot East of SJ Marshall
  • Northwest Steam Tunnel
  • Intramural Fields Location
  • Chiller Plant - connect The Barn & Wagner Hall to Plant 
  • Campanile Avenue Improvements- Utility Upgrades, Parking Modifications, Site Improvements

 

 

 

Office of the President (University President)

SDSU Foundation (President)

Office of Budget and Finance (Assistant VP for Facilities and Services)