Office of Budget Management


Defining Characteristics for Six-Year Financial Plan:
Fiscal Year 2013-2018

The objective of this survey is to assist the Office of Budget Management in defining the institution's characteristics for its 6-year financial plan.

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Item A: Plans for providing financial aid to help mitigate the impact of tuition and fee increase on low-income and middle-income students and their families, including the projected mix of grants and loans.
Item B: Plans for optimal year-round use of the institution's facilities and instructional resources to improve student completions and cost efficiencies.
Item C: Plans for the development of an instructional resource sharing program with other institutions of higher education in the System.
Item D: New programs or initiatives including quality improvements.
Item E: Plans with regard to any other initiatives listed below or any other matters the institution deems appropriate.
Item E1: Increased enrollment of Georgia students. Enrollment/degree projections will identify the numeric results, list the strategies the institution will use to achieve the projection.
Item E2: Increased degree completion for Georgia residents who have partial credit completion for a degree. Include enrollment/degree estimates here.
Item E3: Increased degree completion in a timely or expedited manner. Enrollment/degree projections will identify the numeric results, list the strategies the institution will use to achieve the projection.
Item E4: Enhanced community college transfer programs and grants and other enhanced degree path programs.
Item E5: Improved retention and graduation rates. Enrollment/degree projections will identify the numeric results, list the strategies the institution will use to achieve the projection.
Item E6: Increased degree production in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and other high-need areas such as the health care-related professions. Enrollment/degree projections will identify the numeric results, list the strategies the institution will use to achieve the projection.
Item E7: New programs the institution might consider to further the Board of Regent's objectives.
Item E8: Increased research, including regional and public-private collaboration.
Item E9: Other efficiency reforms designed to reduce total institutional cost.
Item E10: Technology-enhanced instruction, including course redesign, online instruction, and resource sharing among institutions.
Item E11: Economic opportunity initiatives.
Item E12: Innovation and continuous improvement.
Item E13: Other initiatives the institution might consider to further the Board of Regent's objectives. Include here any strategies that address maintenance of effort/institutional uniqueness.

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