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Strategic Human Resources
Issues in Higher Education
A Dialogue between CUPA-HR and THEHRA
June 7, 2010 TEXAS HIGHER EDUCATION HUMAN RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
2010 Summer Conference
Presentation's Focus
Strategic Action
Trends in Higher
Education
Workforce Trends in
Higher Education
HR Trends in Higher
Education
Strategic Outcomes
June 7, 2010 TEXAS HIGHER EDUCATION HUMAN RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
2010 Summer Conference
Trends in Higher Education
June 7, 2010 TEXAS HIGHER EDUCATION HUMAN RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
2010 Summer Conference
Trends in Higher Education: Demographics
? During 2000-2010, American students enrolled in Canadian
universities more than doubled to nearly 10,000:
- US share of all students dropped from 29% in 1970 to 12% in 2006.
- US issued 25% fewer visas to Indian students.
? High unemployment = increased enrollment:
- More students opting for public and community college participation.
- Increased enrollment of age 25 and older at higher rate than traditional-age
students through at least 2015.
- Fulltime student in 2-year colleges increased 21% between 2000 & 2007.
- Shift from 4-year to 2-year institutions increases more quickly than
predicted.
June 7, 2010 TEXAS HIGHER EDUCATION HUMAN RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
2010 Summer Conference
Trends in Higher Education: Economics
? Loss of scholarship programs, lack of job options, increased
tuition:
- Parental college funds reduced in value.
- Cut back of private foundation & community supported scholarships.
? Reduced funding:
- 42 states were forced to reduce 2009 & 2010 budgets.
- Space management concerns related to reduced new construction.
? Some ask if higher ed will be the next `bubble' to burst:
- Higher Education Price Index outpaces Consumer Price Index.
- Over 25 years, average college tuition and fees have risen 440% (more
than 4 xs rate of inflation and almost 2 xs rate of healthcare costs.)
June 7, 2010 TEXAS HIGHER EDUCATION HUMAN RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
2010 Summer Conference
Trends in Higher Education: Politics
? New administration pushing for changes.
- Moving to end bank-based, federally guaranteed loans = time and
money needed to ensure effective financial aid software systems and
processes.
? Healthcare changes impact higher education:
- Hoped for healthcare cost reductions for non-profits didn't materialize.
- More institutions requiring students purchase student health insurance
regardless of other coverage.
? Teaching assessment and learning achievement standards:
- State systems don't have common standards for what should be learned.
June 7, 2010 TEXAS HIGHER EDUCATION HUMAN RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
2010 Summer Conference

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