SECTION 245 ACT 196 OF 2014.
- Institutional Research
- Section 245 Act 196 of 2014
Cost of Attendance
Postsecondary Education Opportunity
State of Michigan
Effective date: October 1, 2014
Public Act 196 of 2014
- Full Text of Public Act 196 of 2014 Section 245
- (2)(a) Annual Operating Budget
- (2)(b)(i) Chart of Personnel Expenditures
- (2)(b)(ii) Chart of Current Expenditures
- (2)(c)(i) Wayne State University Collective Bargaining Agreements
- (2)(c)(ii) Wayne State University Benefit Programs
- (2)(C)(iii)Wayne State University Audits and Financial Reports
- (2)(c)(iv) Campus Security Policies and Crime Statistics
- (2)(d) Wayne State University Position List
- (2)(e) General Fund Revenue and Expenditure Projections
- 2014-15 Revenue (budgeted): $582,747,872
2014-15 Expenditures (budgeted): $582,747,872
- 2015-16 Revenue (estimated): $592,654,586
2015-16 Expenditures (estimated): $592,654,586
- The FY 2016 budget projections are based on the projected increase in CPI. The FY 2016 budget will be finalized by the WSU Board of Governors in June 2015.
- (2)(f) Listing of Debt Service Obligations: Data to be made available by November 15, 2014
- (2)(g) Policy on Transferability of Community College Core College Courses
- Wayne State University was previously a signatory institution to the MACRAO (Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers) Agreement. As a result, Wayne State University formally acknowledges that community college transfers who have select associate's degrees or MACRAO/MTA-stamped transcripts from a community college will have met University General Education Requirements, thereby expediting these students' path to graduation. The conditions governing these agreements stipulate that Michigan community college students covered by the MACRAO or MTA agreements will still need to satisfy mathematics competency, written and oral communication classes, and any requirements specific to a particular school/college or department within the student's major field of study. Information about the transferability of community college work can be found online at: http://transfercredit.wayne.edu
- (2)(h) WSU has signed reverse transfer agreements with Henry Ford Community College, Macomb Community College, Oakland Community College, Schoolcraft Community College, Kalamazoo Valley Community College, and Wayne County Community College. Others are in discussion.
- (3) University Performance Metrics
- (3)(a) Enrollment
- (3)(b) Student Retention Rates
- (3)(c) Six-year Graduation Rates
- (3)(d) Number of Pell Grant Recipients and Graduating Pell Grant Recipients
- (3)(e) Geographic Origin of Students
- (3)(f) Faculty to Undergraduate Student Ratios: Total University Employee to Total Student Ratios
- (3)(g) Teaching Load by Faculty Classification
- (3)(h) Graduation Outcome Rates, Including Employment and Continuing Education
- Opportunities for Earning College Credit
- (6)(a)(i) State Approved Career and Technical Education or a Tech Prep Articulated Program of Study
- (6)(a)(ii) Direct College Credit or Concurrent Enrollment
- (6)(a)(iii) Dual Enrollment
- (6)(a)(iv) An Early College/Middle College Program
(6)(b)(i)Number of High School Students Participating in Programs Listed
in (6)(a) - See (6)(a) for data.
(6)(b)(ii)Number of School Districts Participating in Programs Listed in (6)(a) - See (6)(a) for data.
(6)(b)(iii)Teacher Information for Programs Listed in (6)(a) - See (6)(a) for data.
(6)(b)(iv)University Operating Cost of Programs Listed in (6)(a) - See (6)(a) for data.
(6)(b)(v)Cost Per Credit Hour of Programs Listed in (6)(a) - See (6)(a) for data.
(6)(b)(vi)Location of Programs Listed in (6)(a) - See (6)(a) for data.
(6)(b)(vii)Instructional Resources Offered to Instructors of Programs Listed in (6)(a) - See (6)(a) for data.
(6)(b)(viii)Resources Offered to Students of Programs Listed in (6)(a) - See (6)(a) for data.
(6)(b)(ix)Transportation Services Provided to Students of Programs Listed in (6)(a) - See (6)(a) for data.