Public Accountability Report Public Accountability Report

2018 Chicago State University
Mission Statement Chicago State University (CSU) is a public, comprehensive university that provides access to higher education for students of diverse backgrounds and educational needs. The University fosters the intellectual development and success of its student population through a rigorous, positive, and transformative educational experience. Chicago State University is committed to teaching, research, service, and community development including social justice, leadership, and entrepreneurship.
Program Goals and Objectives
  1. Intellectual development.
    1. Creative and innovative thinking and learning.
      1. Dignity and unique talents of all persons.
        1. Responsible choices and actions.
          1. Personal and academic excellence.
            1. Personal, professional, and academic integrity.
              1. Diversity.
                1. Leadership, service, philanthropy, social justice, and entrepreneurship.
                  1. Pride in self, community, and the University.
                    1. Lifelong learning.
                      Source of Funds Education Assistance Fund, General Professions Dedicated Fund, Chicago St Univ Ed Improvement Fund Statutory Authority 110 ILCS 660
                      Fiscal Year 2019 Target/Projected Fiscal Year 2018 Actual Fiscal Year 2018 Target/Projected Fiscal Year 2017 Actual Fiscal Year 2016 Actual
                      Input Indicators
                      Total expenditures - all sources (in thousands) $ 80,000.0 $ 77,347.2 $ 81,000.0 $ 78,031.0 $ 92,647.0
                      Total expenditures - state appropriated funds (in thousands) $ 35,258.3 $ 34,532.0 $ 34,604.4 $ 38,237.5 $ 21,707.3
                      Average monthly full-time equivalents 700 662 0 0 0
                      Total staff - all fund sources 920 910 925 907 907
                      Total staff - state appropriated fund sources 828 819 820 815 833
                      Output Indicators
                      Undergraduate headcount enrollment 2,227 2,029 2,029 2,455 3,462
                      Total headcount enrollment 3,180 3,101 3,101 3,687 4,767
                      Percent: part-time student enrollment 44 % 37 % 52 % 38 % 37 %
                      Baccalaureate degree completions (number) by race/ethnicity: black 325 334 325 351 455
                      Baccalaureate degree completions (number) by race/ethnicity: Hispanic 39 43 43 51 47
                      Baccalaureate degree completions (number) by race/ethnicity: white 20 24 8 11 18
                      Baccalaureate degree completions (number) by race/ethnicity: all other 40 45 35 55 81
                      Post-baccalaureate degree completions (number) by race/ethnicity: black (a) 5 4 5 7 1
                      Post-baccalaureate degree completions (number) by race/ethnicity: Hispanic (a) 0 0 N/A N/A N/A
                      Post-baccalaureate degree completions (number) by race/ethnicity: white (a) 0 0 0 0 0
                      Post-baccalaureate degree completions (number) by race/ethnicity: all other (a) 5 5 0 0 0
                      Baccalaureate degree completions (number) by gender: male 110 112 120 130 160
                      Baccalaureate degree completions (number) by gender: female 314 334 318 338 441
                      Post-baccalaureate degree completions (number) by gender: male (a) 5 5 2 2 1
                      Post-baccalaureate degree completions (number) by gender: female (a) 5 4 4 5 0
                      Outcome Indicators
                      Percent of graduates employed full-time (b) 80 % 78 % 76 % 75 % 77 %
                      Percent of graduates employed part-time (b) 10 % 12 % 12 % 10 % 11 %
                      Percent of graduates unemployed and not seeking employment (b) 12 % 10 % 15 % 15 % 13 %
                      Percent of graduates employed full-time in a related field (b) 70 % 67 % 70 % 65 % 63 %
                      Percent of graduates pursuing or earning a post-baccalaureate degree (b) 68 % 65 % 70 % 70 % 68 %
                      Percent of graduates satisfied with career path preparation provided through the undergraduate educational experience (b) 76 % 75 % 72 % 70 % 72 %
                      Percent of graduates satisfied with post- graduate employment (b) 77 % 76 % 72 % 71 % 72 %
                      Six-year graduation rate: first-time, full- time freshmen 18 % 17 % 15 % 14 % 11 %
                      Percent of baccalaureate degree recipients employed or enrolled in further education within one year of graduation (b) 68 % 65 % 70 % 68 % 65 %
                      Annual number of students completing requirements for initial teacher certification 16 15 18 21 29
                      Institutional pass rate: National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX) - Nursing (RN) 85 % 82 % 100 % 100 % 100 %
                      External Benchmarks
                      Six-year graduation rate: statewide average (c) 65 % 62 % N/A N/A N/A
                      National Pass Rate: National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX) - Nursing (RN) 88 % 87 % N/A N/A N/A
                      State Pass Rate: National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX) - Nursing (RN) 87 % 86 % N/A N/A N/A
                      Efficiency/Cost-Effectiveness Indicators
                      Instructional cost per credit hour, all instructional levels (in dollars) (d) $ 560.0 $ 547.2 $ 542.0 $ 525.0 $ 527.1
                      Percent of total expenditures (all sources) devoted to Instruction (d) 55 % 56 % 54 % 50 % 49 %
                      Percent of total expenditures (all sources) devoted to Research and Public Service (d) 6 % 5 % 1 % 1 % 2 %
                      Percent of total expenditures (all sources) devoted to Academic and Student Support (d) 15 % 14 % 10 % 15 % 13 %
                      Percent of total expenditures (all sources) devoted to all other programs (d) 24 % 25 % 35 % 34 % 36 %
                      Undergraduate tuition and mandatory fees: annual based on 30 credit hours (in dollars) (d) $ 9,846.0 $ 9,846.0 $ 9,846.0 $ 9,846.0 $ 9,846.0
                      Percent of undergraduate students receiving some form of financial aid (d) 86 % 85 % 97 % 95 % 92 %
                      Percent of undergraduate students receiving grant or scholarship assistance (d) 83 % 81 % 76 % 74 % 71 %
                      Percent of undergraduate students receiving loan assistance (d) 86 % 85 % 97 % 95 % 92 %
                      Percent of undergraduate students receiving employment assistance (d) 11 % 10.5 % 6 % 5 % 6 %
                      External Benchmarks
                      Instructional cost per credit hour: public university average, all instructional levels (in dollars) (e) $ 425.0 $ 399.0 N/A N/A N/A
                      Undergraduate tuition and mandatory fees as a percent of Illinois per capita disposable income (e) 25 % 23.3 % N/A N/A N/A
                      Percent of total expenditures (all sources) devoted to Academic and Student Support: public university average (e) 8 % 20.3 % N/A N/A N/A
                      Percent of total expenditures (all sources) devoted to all other programs: public university average (e) 32 % 17.3 % N/A N/A N/A
                      Undergraduate tuition and mandatory fees: annual based on 30 credit hours (in dollars) (e) $ 12,800.0 $ 12,611.3 N/A $ 0.0 $ 0.0
                      Percent of undergraduate students receiving some form of financial aid: public university average (e) 70 % 67.6 % N/A N/A N/A
                      Percent of total expenditures (all sources) devoted to Instruction: public university average (e) 42 % 49.3 % N/A N/A N/A
                      Percent of total expenditures (all sources) devoted to Research and Public Service: public university average (e) 18 % 13.1 % N/A N/A N/A
                      Percent of undergraduate students receiving grant or scholarship assistance: public university average (e) 65 % 64.2 % N/A N/A N/A
                      Percent of undergraduate students receiving loan assistance: public university average (e) 60 % 57.8 % N/A N/A N/A
                      Footnotes
                      Previous reporting of post-baccalaureates included teacher certifications completed by students in the College of Education and not actual approved post-baccalaureate programs. The most current reporting includes what is reported to IPEDS for degree completion. Percentages of outcome indicators are taken from the IBHE (Illinois Board of Higher Education) Post Baccalaureate Survey One-Year Out (2016 CSU Graduates) final analysis, Five-Years Out (2013 CSU Graduates), and Nine-Years Out (2008 CSU Graduates). The statewide graduation rate is based on the first-time, full-time freshman student cohort entering Fall 2008 for public universities. Efficiency and cost effectiveness financial aid and financial data are taken from the 2017-2018 IPEDS Finance and Financial Aid report, except for the cost per credit hour, which is taken from the IBHE DCS (refer to note e). External benchmarks are also taken from comparisons of the IPEDS Finance and Financial Aid Reporting 2017-18 and the annual IBHE Discipline Cost Study (DCS) of the previous fiscal year of reporting (i.e., reporting in fiscal year 2018 is based on fiscal year 2017 data).