State Performance Funding Measures

Each higher educational institution earns one-fifth of its available performance funding by meeting each of its Missouri Department of Higher Education (MDHE) measures. SB 492 (2014) requires the addition of a sixth performance item “to measure student job placement in a field or position associated with the student’s degree level and pursuit of a graduate degree.” Fiscal year (FY) 2016 was a pilot year to assess the validity of the methodology for gathering the needed data and provide sufficient time to assess the need for — and make — necessary improvements. No funding will be allocated based on the sixth performance measure until FY 2019.

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State Measure 1

Measure 1: 1B) Percent of First-Time, Full-Time New in College Students Completing 24 Hours In First Academic Year*

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FY 2012 Cohort FY 2013 Cohort FY 2014 Cohort FY 2015 Cohort FY 2016 Cohort
Performance 75.5% 74.8% 74.2% 77% 78.3%
Goal 66.6% 66.6% 66.6% 66.6% 66.6%

* Calculated by dividing the number of first-time full-time new in college students completing 24 credit hours in their first 12 months of college by the total first-time full-time new in college cohort.

Measure 2: 1B) Count of First-Time, Full-Time New in College Students Completing 24 Hours In First Academic Year*

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FY 2012 Cohort FY 2013 Cohort FY 2014 Cohort FY 2015 Cohort FY 2016 Cohort
Cohort 2,568 2,525 2,700 2,826 3,203
Completers 1,940 1,889 2,003 2,175 2,508

* The raw numbers used to calculate the percentage of students completing 24 hours in their first academic year.

State Measure 2

Measure 1: 2B) Undergraduate Six-Year (150% of time) Graduation Rate*

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2004-2010 2005-2011 2006-2012 2007-2013 2008-2014
Performance 1,440% 1,404% 1,513% 1,393% 1,386%
Goal 2,663% 2,578% 2,732% 2,610% 2,532%

* The percent of first-time, full-time new in college students who graduated with a baccalaureate degree within six years. Cohorts are established each fall for tracking purposes. Source: IPEDS Facts

Measure 2: 2B) Undergraduate Six-Year (150% of time) Graduation Count*

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2004-2010 2005-2011 2006-2012 2007-2013 2008-2014
Completers 1,440% 1,404% 1,513% 1,393% 1,386%
Cohort 2,663% 2,578% 2,732% 2,610% 2,532%

* The raw numbers used to calculate MSU's six-year graduation rate.

State Measure 3

Measure 1: 3C) Quality of Student Learning: Professional/Occupational Licensure Percentage*

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FY 2011-2012 FY 2012-2013 FY 2013-2014 FY 2014-2015 FY 2015-2016
Performance 99.7% 99.8% 99.5% 99.6% 100%
Goal 90% 90% 90% 90% 90%

* Percentage of graduates who passed required licensure/certification examinations. These data will exclude teacher certification until the 2017 review. Source: State Funding

Measure 2: 3C) Quality of Student Learning: Professional/Occupational Licensure Count*

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FY 2011-2012 FY 2012-2013 FY 2013-2014 FY 2014-2015 FY 2015-2016
Passed 356 409 435 444 235
Test Takers 357 410 437 446 235

* The raw numbers used to calculate MSU's licensure/certificate examination pass rates.

State Measure 4

Measure 1: 4A) Percent of Total Education and General Expenditures Expended on the Core Mission*

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FY 2008-2009 FY 2009-2010 FY 2010-2011 FY 2011-2012 FY 2012-2013
Performance 60.2% 67.3% 67% 66.5% 68.3%
Goal 63.4% 63.4% 63% 63% 63%

* Calculated by dividing the amount expended on instruction, public services, and research by the total education and general expenditures.

Measure 2: 4A) Total Education and General Expenditures Expended on the Core Mission

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FY 2008-2009 FY 2009-2010 FY 2010-2011 FY 2011-2012 FY 2012-2013
Core Expenditures $116,562,489 $135,403,613 $130,461,361 $132,572,446 $136,210,464
Total E/G Expenditures $193,645,729 $201,136,276 $194,612,353 $199,309,332 $199,378,619

State Measure 5

Measure 1: 5) Increase Number of Graduates in STEM, Healthcare, and Other Critical Disciplines Needed in the Future Workforce*

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FY 2010-2011 FY 2011-2012 FY 2012-2013 FY 2013-2014 FY 2014-2015
Weighted Total 1,957 2,143 2,579 2,609 2,692

* The number of STEM and Health Care Completions, based on CIP code, are multiplied by 1.5 and summed with the number of completers in Missouri Critical Fields, as determined by Missouri Economic Research and Information Center (MERIC).

Measure 2: 5) Increase Number of Graduates in STEM, Healthcare and Other Critical Disciplines Needed in the Future Workforce*

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FY 2010-2011 FY 2011-2012 FY 2012-2013 FY 2013-2014 FY 2014-2015
Critical 706 850 1,215 1,251 1,219
Health 312 346 351 382 399
STEM 522 516 558 522 583

* The raw numbers used to calculate MSU's weighted totals above. Note that weighted totals will not reconcile with the raw totals since the weighted calculations have not been applied to the raw numbers.

State Measure 6

Measure 1: The Sixth Measure*

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