Tracking Progress: NYIT 2030 Scorecard

The 2030 Scorecard is the high-level tool for tracking outcomes against goals and for focusing attention at all levels in the university on key priorities. It is updated annually and is timed to be available for integration into the review and decision-making processes for each annual budget cycle.

University-level metrics for each strategic goal allow the Board of Trustees and others in university-wide leadership positions to gauge progress and provide the means for integrating performance results (against the plan) with resource allocation decisions. Those same metrics, when disaggregated at the unit (school, department, campus) levels, permit local leadership to track and manage their individual units' contributions to overall institutional goals.
 

2030 Scorecard

Baseline

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

 

2013-2014

  (2005/06) Goal Goal Goal Goal   Goal

 

Career-Oriented Undergraduate, Graduate and Professional Programs

Graduates employed or pursuing further education 6 months after graduation (1) 88.8% 90% 90% 90%   - -   90%
Students taking part in experiential learning opportunities (2) 50% 50% 55% 60%   - -   75%
 

Thriving Graduate Centers

Non-tuition revenue earned by Centers $225K $225K $250K $270K   - -   $360K
Enrollment in Center degree programs 0 0 20 40   - -   150
 

Global and Partially Virtual University

Online FTE (% of total enrollment) (3) 4.4% 5% 10% 15%   - -   25%
Number of students taking a course at a campus other than their home location 20 100 200 350   - -   1,000
 

Student-Centered University

Retention (overall, matriculated students) 74% 75% 76% 77%   - -   80%
Perception of "student centered" (4) 4.55 (of 7.00) 4.75 (Note 4) (Note 4)   - -   5.19 (2014-2015)
 

Teaching Quality Improvement

NSSE Active Learning (Freshmen) score (5) 42.9 (Note 5) (Note 5) 45 note 5   50
NSSE Active Learning (Senior) score (5) 53.0 (Note 5) (Note 5) 55 note 5   60
NSSE Student-Faculty Interaction (Freshmen) score (5) 34.1 (Note 5) (Note 5) 40 note 5   45
NSSE Student-Faculty Interaction (Senior) score (5) 41.9 (Note 5) (Note 5) 49 note 5   55
 

Firm Financial Footing

Non-tuition revenue (as % of total revenue) 14.0% 13.4% 13.9% 14.4%    - -   16.0%
Contribution from operations (as % of total revenues) 2.1% 1.8%   2.4% 3.0%    - -   4.8%

 

Definition/Source/Notes

(1) Graduating Student Survey
(2) One or more of: internship, practicum, service learning
(3) Ellis College of NYIT students not included
(4) Noel-Levitz Survey: Administered on a three-year cycle
(5) National Survey of Student Engagement: Administered on a three-year cycle