State of Michigan Public Act 201 Section 245

From the funds appropriated in section 236, each public university shall develop, post, and maintain, on a user-friendly and publicly accessible Internet site, a comprehensive report categorizing all institutional general fund expenditures made by the university within a fiscal year.
The report shall include institutional general fund expenditure amounts categorized both by each academic unit, administrative unit, or external initiative within the university and by major expenditure category, including faculty and staff salaries and fringe benefits, facility-related costs, supplies and equipment, contracts, and transfers to and from other university funds.

The report shall also include a list of all employee positions funded partially or wholly through institutional general fund revenue that includes the position title, name, and annual salary or wage amount for each position.

The university shall not provide financial information on its website under this section if doing so would violate a federal or state law, rule, regulation, or guideline that establishes privacy or security standards applicable to that financial information.

Part 1

SECTION A: ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET - GENERAL FUND

Revenues: 2016-17
State Appropriations $22,549,300
Student Tuition & Fees $91,379,000
Indirect Cost Recovery $100,000
Income from Investments - Other $100,000
Departmental Activities $600,000
Total Revenue $114, 728,300
   
Total Expenditures $114, 728,300

SECTION B: CURRENT EXPENDITURES - GENERAL FUND


SECTION C: ESSENTIAL LINKS

ci: Current Collective Bargaining Agreement for Each Bargaining Unit

Bargaining Agreements for On-Campus Staff

Bargaining Agreements for Instructional Staff

cii: Health Plans Care Benefit 

The university offers a number of health plan options:

One managed care plan:
U-M Premier Care

One traditional "fee for service" plan:
Comprehensive Major Medical

One health maintenance organizations (HMOs):
Health Alliance Plan HMO

One preferred provider organization (PPO):
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Community Blue PPO

Plus GradCare for eligible graduate students

ciii: Audited Financial Statement
http://www.finance.umich.edu/finops/reporting/annualreports

civ: Campus Safety
http://www.umflint.edu/safety/statistics.htm

 


SECTION D: POSITIONS FUNDED THROUGH THE GENERAL FUND

Employee Listing
https://hr.umich.edu/sites/default/files/salary-disclosure-2015.pdf 

SECTION E: REVERSE TRANSFER AGREEMENTS

The University of Michigan-Flint has entered into reverse transfer agreements with Mott Community College, St. Clair Community College, Delta College, and Kalamazoo Valley Community College.

 

Part 2

SECTION 2A: ENROLLMENT

 

Fall 2011

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015
Undergraduate 6,959 6,984 7,143 7,078 6,868
Graduate 1,303 1,305 1,412 1,496 1,602

Total

8,262 8,289 8,555 8,574 8,470

 

SECTION 2B: FIRST YEAR RETENTION RATE (FTIAC COHORT)

Fall 2014 Cohort 72%
Fall 2013 Cohort 72%
Fall 2012 Cohort 80%
Fall 2011 Cohort 74%
Fall 2010 Cohort 70%

SECTION 2C: SIX YEAR GRADUATION RATE

Fall 2009 Cohort 38%
Fall 2008 Cohort 34%
Fall 2007 Cohort 38%
Fall 2006 Cohort 36%
Fall 2005 Cohort 37%

SECTION 2D: NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE PELL GRANT RECIPIENTS

Fall 2014 3,282
Fall 2013 3,338
Fall 2012 3,375

SECTION 2D-1: NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE COMPLETERS WHO RECEIVED PELL

FY 2014-15 688
FY 2013-14 719
FY 2012-13 679

SECTION 2E: GEOGRAPHIC ORIGIN OF STUDENTS

 

Fall 2011

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015
In-State 7,735 7,684 7,722 7,656 7,495
Out-of-State 274 258 292 263 268

International*

253 347 541 655 707

Total

8,262 8,289 8,555 8,574 8,470
* International student count based on non-resident tuition            

SECTION 2F: EMPLOYEE TO STUDENT RATIOS

 

Fall 2011

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014 Fall 2015
Student to Faculty Ratio 17 to 1 16 to 1 16 to 1 15 to 1 15 to 1
Student to Univeristy Employee Ratio 7 to 1 7 to 1 7 to 1 7 to 1 6 to 1
Total University Employee (Faculty & Staff) 1,060 1,098 1,132 1,186 1,212

SECTION 2G: TEACHING LOAD BY FACULTY CLASSIFICATION

Professor

3 courses @ 3credits each per semester

Associate Professor

3 courses @ 3credits each per semester

Assistant Professor

3 courses @ 3credits each per semester

Instructor

3 courses @ 3credits each per semester

Lecturer

4 courses @ 3credits each per semester


SECTION 2H: GRADUATION OUTCOME RATES

Graduation outcome rates, including employment and continuing education

Many of the Michigan public universities do not routinely and systematically survey all their graduating seniors to gather data for a reliable response to this metric.  At present there is no common core set of questions and no consistent date for survey administration.  Depending on the institution and the timing, response rates may be low and also biased towards students who have been successful in either entering the workforce or a graduate program.  While institutions are making an effort to report the data that is available to them, care should be taken in interpreting the results.


SECTION 3A: Capital Outlay

In accordance with the 2014-15 JCOS Rules and Policies, UM-Flint has no projects to report in this current six-month cycle, July 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015. 

UM-Flint Use and Finance Reporting Form January 1, 2016 - June 30, 2016

 

SECTION 4: Dual Enrollment

2015-16 Programs Providing Opportunities for College Credit

Questions Regarding Program Details (MCL 388.1845[5]) 

    Direct College Credit or Concurrent Enrollment (MCL 388.1845 [6][a][iii])

Dual Enrollment (MCL 388.1845 [6][a][iii])

Early College/Middle College Program (MCL 388.1845 [6][a][iv])

Number of high school students participating (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][i])

299 122 170

Number of school districts that participate with the university (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][ii])

20 16 2

Instructor type (e.g. college professor, qualified local school district employee, other) (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][iii])

College Professor College Professor College Professor

Total program cost to the university (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][iv])

$1,092,814 $387,181 $679,859

Cost per credit hour for the course or courses (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][v])

$277 $277 $277

Location where course(s) are held (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][vi])

Carman-Ainsworth High School
1300 N Linden Rd
Flint, MI 48532

Heartland Educational Service Center
9525 East Highland Rd
Howell, MI 48843

Hartland High School
10635 Dunham Rd
Hartland, MI 48353

Flushing High School
5039 Deland Rd
Flushing, MI 48433

Flint Northwestern High School
G-2138 West Carpenter Road
Flint, MI 48505

Lapeer County ISD Education & Technology Center
690 N Lake Pleasant Rd
Attica, MI 48412

Center for Innovations
170 Millville Rd
Lapeer, MI 48446

Magahay Building
44700 Oleander
Sterling Heights, MI 48313

Powers Catholic High School,
1505 W Court St
Flint, MI 48503

Robert Williams Nature & Historical Learning Center
10069 Atherton Rd
Davison, MI 48423

Southwestern Classical Academy
1420 W 12th Street
Flint, MI 48507

Swartz Creek High School
1 Dragon Drive
Swartz Creek, MI 48473

University of Michigan-Flint 
303 E. Kearsley Street
Flint, Michigan 48502

University of Michigan-Flint
409 Harrison Street #3102
Flint, Michigan 48502

Grand Blanc West Campus
1 Jewett Trail
Grand Blanc, Michigan 48439

 

 

Instructional resources available to program instructors (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][vii])

Same as those available to all faculty. The college professor creates the syllabus, exams, and assessments as well as specifying the textbook(s). 

Same as those available to all faculty. The college professor creates the syllabus, exams, and assessments as well as specifying the textbook(s). 

Same as those available to all faculty. The college professor creates the syllabus, exams, and assessments as well as specifying the textbook(s). 

Resources offered to the student in the program (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][viii])

Students must purchase their own textbooks. Students are eligible to receive advising, tutoring services along with access to the University library. 

Students must purchase their own textbooks. Students are eligible to receive advising, tutoring services along with access to the University library.

Students must purchase their own textbooks. Students are eligible to receive advising, tutoring services along with access to the Univeristy library.

Transportation services offered to students in the program (MCL 388.1845 [6][b][ix])

None None None