College ofSouthern NevadaDec. 5, 2016New Legislator Briefing

Overview of PresentationCSN OverviewCSN Means Businessin Southern NevadaTraining for a NewNevadaLegislative Priorities forWorkforce DevelopmentThe Future of CSNBringing CSN closer to localcommunities to reflect economicdevelopment needs2

CSN Means JOBS in S. Nevada3

Workforce Development & CSN CCSD partnerships for college and career readiness Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs thatlead directly to meaningful careers, i.e. HVAC, IT,Nursing, Automotive Apprenticeship programs Non-credit business training and industry-recognizedcertificates Transfer education to a four-year bachelor’s degreeTotal economic impact: 988.9 million to the regionaleconomy, including Clark and Lincoln counties.** Annual contribution as reported by EMSI in CSN Socioeconomic Impact Report 2014-154

Quick Facts About CSN: Largest higher education institution in Nevada Health students provide more than amillion hours of patient care each year Most diverse higher educationinstitution in Nevada Hispanic Serving Institution& Minority Serving Institution5

CSN Overview: EnrollmentsUnduplicated Headcount:34,293 students persemester (Fall 2016) or48,615 unique studentsper year (2015-16)Electrical Workers ApprenticeshipNon-Credit/Division of Workforce & EconomicDevelopment Students:Approximately 8,500 enrollments in non-creditclasses or 14,959 students per year (2014-15)6

CSN Presence in Southern NevadaCharleston Campus:14,949 studentsNiche programs: Health SciencesNorth Las Vegas Campus:10,030 studentsNiche programs: Automotive/Diesel Tech, Culinary,Gaming, Engineering Tech, Fine ArtsHenderson Campus:4,820 studentsNiche programs: HVAC, Aviation, LETAFall 2016 Census Enrollments – Students are counted once per campus attended.7

8NWQuadrantNEQuadrantFor reference only.Sites representedare ngCentersCCSDLocal BusinessesNon ProfitLocationsHealth Care dOff MapCampus

Who We ServeLow-income students 16,662 Pell awards in the 2015-16 academic yearo37% of the unduplicated 2015-16 student bodyo36% of all financial aid applicants forthe academic yearFirst-generation students 9,958 first-generation students in the 2015-16 academic yearo22% of the unduplicated 2015-16 student bodyo21% of all financial aid applicants for the academic year9

Who we serve?10Native American[CATEGORY NAME] 1%AsianAsian11%African American11%White33%African AmericanHispanicHawaiian/Pac IslHispanic30%Multiethnic (non-Hisp)5%UnknownMultiethnic (non-Hisp)Unknown8%Hawaiian/Pac Isl2%White

CSN Partners*Please note that this list of partnerships is not all-inclusive.11

CCSD Partnerships12ProgramStudentsCSN High School (3 campuses)Dual Credit, 100% high schoolgraduation rate447 StudentsJumpstart (12 high schools)Dual Credit620 HS StudentsCareer & Technical EducationCollege Credit formerly Tech Prep(45 high schools in CCSD)CTE/STEM Dual Credit619 HS Students

CSN Performance 767M The accumulated impact per yearof former students currently employed inthe CSN service area workforceFor every 1 a student invests in a CSNeducation, they receive 2.10 in futureearnings or an annual rate of return of9.6%For every 1 taxpayers invest in CSN, theyreceive a 3.10 in return or an annual rateof return of 10.9%Annual contribution as reported by EMSI in CSN Socioeconomic Impact Report 2014-1513

,0942015-1634,45718,437.33,184Credentials AwardedStudents, FTE and Credentials40,000CSN Fall Enrollment and AYCredentials Awarded-*Skills certificates included beginning 2013-14.

Funding Formula Overview66% 91,326,841Carve out:Performance PoolFY 17 15%FY 18 & Later – 20%General Fund:General Fund(comes from the formula) 1534% 46,720,440Student Fees: 76% of the registration feeAll of non-resident tuitionApplication Fees& Late Charges

PERFORMANCE POOL GOAL ACHIEVED16YEAR 32012-13 Baseline2014-15 TargetOutcome Weighted Outcome WeightedFactors s/PointsPts.s/PointsPts.CSN1 to 2 Year Certificate0.10235.023.5231.023.1Minority Certificate Recipients (IPEDS) (x.4)0.10111.04.4107.04.3Pell-Eligible (non-Minority) Certificate Recipients (x.4)0.1061.02.451.02.0Associate's and Bachelor's Degrees0.302506.0751.82865.0859.5Minority Associate's and Bachelor's Graduates (IPEDS) (x.4)Pell-Eligible (non-Minority) Associate's and Bachelor'sGraduates 7.5Transfer Students0.103254.0325.43417.0341.7Efficiency - Awards per 100 FTE0.2024.44.927.05.4Gateway Course Completers0.1012604.01260.414568.01456.8Economic Development (STEM and Allied Health) Graduates0.202380.0476.02573.0514.6Economic Development: Skill Certificates0.201489.0297.81534.0306.8TOTAL WEIGHTED POINTS - ACTUAL----3,362.1--3,762.1TOTAL WEIGHTED POINTS - TARGET--------3,429.3FY 2017 Performance Funding Carve-Out 13,329,164Percent of Target Achieved109.7%FY 2017 Performance Pool Funds Earned Back 13,329,164

Training for aNew Nevada2017-2019Operating & CapitalInitiatives

2015 Legislative SessionsTwo Initiatives: SSOG—Grant program foreligible students Permanent funding needed 12-credit minimum WINN Funding—Start-upfunding for new and expandingindustries from special session18

WINN Funding GraduatesThe future of Southern Nevada’sgrowing manufacturing industry19


2017-19 CSN Operating Priorities Faculty & staff compensation Formula enhancement for selected career &technical education courses (CTE): Construction trades Mechanic repair Precision production Transportation/materials moving Silver State Opportunity Grants (SSOG)21

Formula Enhancement for CTERequest includes 6.1M per year for CSN for space,equipment and additional personnel includingfaculty & student support Building inspection Construction Management Sustainable Construction HVAC Automotive Collision Repair Diesel Technology Welding22

CIP Project Requests2% Deferred Maintenance NLV Campus North Central Plant, 1.5M Henderson Hydronic Lines from CentralPlant, 500,000 NLV CampusLibraryRenovation &Seismic Upgrade, 500,00023

CIP Project RequestsCSN & NSC Henderson Health & Sciences Building24

Health & Science ProgrammingWhy Health & Sciences?By 2025 Southern Nevada needs:Health OccupationCertified Nursing Assistant (CNA)Registered Nurse (RN)Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT)Pharmacy Technician/PharmacistMedical Laboratory Scientists (MLT)Dental HygienistDispensing OpticianNew Practitioners Needed6,4775,6173,1258141,174617550314Source: Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development25

The Future of CSN26

CSN Migration to a District Model27Multi-campus district One-budget, one-accreditation, one-curriculum Three campuses adapted to meet unique economicdevelopment aspirations of the communities they serve Improve student experience Creates ‘home campus’ for students, where all keyservices can be obtained


CSN Overview CSN Means Business in Southern Nevada Training for a New Nevada Legislative Priorities for Workforce Development The Future of CSN . Bringing CSN closer to local communities to reflect economic deve