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Dashboard Indicators Summary for 2020

The 2020 DBIs are based on the most recent data available for the institution and its peers. In some cases, the data lag, but it is important to note that official sources (e.g., IPEDS) publish national data following a lengthy collection, editing, and review cycle. The DBIs are summarized within each Strategic Plan category.

Affordability, Success, Diversity & Inclusion

Generally, the percentage of under-represented minorities, student quality and student success held steady or improved. In many cases, graduation rates and retention rates remain below peer benchmarks for half of the USM institutions. Moving forward, retention improvements are critical for institutional enrollment plans especially as the number of new Maryland Community College transfers declined. Tuition and fees, the percentage of students with financial aid, and the average student debt at graduation are affordability indicators. These indicators must be considered as a whole because of the inter-indicator interactions. Tuition and fees continue to increase, moderately impacting student debt. Similarly, student loans count as financial aid and increase the percentage of students with debt. While costs increased moderately, institutions have also increased institutional aid to mitigate the impact of such an increase. The average student debt increased moderately but remains less than the peer averages. BOR Finance Committee - Public Session 124 dashboards

Faculty

Faculty salaries are a mixed story for USM institutions. UMBC, UMCP, and Towson are above peer benchmarks, whereas the other institutions were slightly below the 85th percentile benchmark. Most institutions are increasing the percentage of the operational budget allocated for instructional costs, but most are still below peer averages. Student-faculty ratios are comparable to peer averages, but sometimes higher. Finally, Research & Development (R&D) dollars and awards per faculty are increasing for UMCP and UMBC but decreased for UMB and UMES.

Economic & Workforce Development

With a few exceptions, the performance in the Economic & Workforce Development indicators is not improving. US Patents issued, adjusted gross license revenue, licenses and options executed, and the number of start-up companies are below the three-year trend. On the positive side, most USM institutions have increased the number of students enrolled in upper-level STEM courses, and the R&D dollars per faculty have been improving.

Fiscal Stewardship

Nearly all institutions met their fund balance goals, and approximately half the institutions met their institutional fundraising goals. The key areas where USM institutions differ from the peer institutions are the operating expenditures for instructional and administrative costs. While instructional expenditures are increasing, USM institutions tend to spend a lower percentage on instructional costs and more on administrative costs compared to peer averages.

Effectiveness & Efficiency

Most USM institutions continue to increase the classroom utilization rates, improve the facilities renewal allocations, improve the percentage of credit hours taught by non-traditional methods, and improve timeto-degree. That said, most institutions are below the benchmark performances in these areas with the exception of course hours taught by non-traditional methods where USM institutions performed above the benchmark. Lastly, this is the final report of the instructional workload outcome measured as courseunits-per-faculty. A new faculty productivity measure will be reported based on the BOR policy change.






Summary of 2020 Core Dashboard Indicators

Note: Data are the most recent available for any given indicator. Years are not the same for all indicators

# Indicator UMCP UMBC UMB BSU CSU FSU SU TU UB UMES UMGC UMCES System
Student: Access, Affordability, and Attainment1 Average SAT 1352 1278 951 953 1031 1215 1138 962
2 6-year graduation rate 86% 68% 42% 24% 52% 68% 73% 39% 68%
3 Second-year retention rate 95% 87% 71% 63% 76% 83% 85% 72% 61% 74%
4 African-Americans, Hispanics, & Native Americans as % of total undergraduates 21% 26% 86% 83% 36% 19% 31% 50% 74% 40% 35%
5 % of applicants admitted (new freshmen & transfer students) 47% 65% 80% 33% 80% 74% 75% 54% 65%
6 Maryland community college transfers 1,928 1,309 379 195 460 708 2,357 463 107 3,467 11,625
Affordability7 Resident undergraduate tuition & fees $10,779 $12,028 $8,445 $6,716 $9,410 $10,044 $10,198 $9,096 $8,558 $7,560
8 Percent of undergraduates receiving financial aid 62% 74% 81% 85% 77% 82% 73% 79% 87% 46%
9 Average undergraduate debt burden upon graduation $28,511 $26,862 N/A N/A $29,652 $26,521 $27,295 N/A N/A
Alumni10 Average undergraduate alumni giving rate 5.3% 3.8% 3.8% 4.4% 4.6% 6.8% 3.2% 2.9% 1.3% 1.0%
Faculty21 Average faculty salary $131,945 $98,950 $80,276 $76,724 $79,060 $81,041 $82,547 $80,763
22 Weighted average faculty salary %ile 78% 71% 58% 52% 44% 54% 57% 24% 65%
23 Awards per 100 full-time faculty (over 5-year period) 5 4
24 Student to faculty ratio 18 19 7 16 13 15 15 17 14 12
Economic Development31 Total R&D expenditures per full-time faculty $341,757 $165,548 $29,024
32 U.S. Patents issued 45 11 33 89
33 Adjusted gross license income received $738,136 $1,564,278 $1,952,286
34 Licenses & options executed 17 4 48 69
38 Number of start-up companies 40 11 7 6 20 1 N/A N/A 1 83
Workforce Development35 Upper Division STEM enrollment 7,924 3,796 373 94 343 579 2,028 253 327 8,788 24,505
Stewardship41 Expenditures for instruction as percent of total operating expenditures 32% 38% 25% 51% 32% 46% 50% 44% 40% 50% 26%
42 Expenditures for administration as percent of total operating expenditures 9% 12% 10% 19% 36% 18% 15% 17% 16% 17% 23%
43 Fund balance increase goal achievement Met goal Met goal Met goal Met goal Met goal Met goal Met goal Met goal Met goal Did not meet goal Met goal Met goal
44 Percent of fundraising goal achieved 102% 120% 81% 101% 80% 112% 101% 135% 43% 69% 109% 46%
Effectiveness & Efficiency51 Classroom utilization rate 51% 51% 65% 62% 53% 65% 60% 36% 64%
52 Facilities renewal as percent of replacement value 2.7% 0.7% 0.9% 1.3% 0.6% 1.2% 2.6% 2.2% 1.4% 0.1% 0.1% 1.7%
53 Percentage of undergraduate credits generated by non-traditional methods 13.6% 14.4% 21.6% 22.1% 23.4% 14.2% 11.1% 22.3% 15%
54 Time to Degree 3.9 4.4 5.0 6.6 4.0 4.1 4.1 4.4 4.1
55 Teaching workload: courses per FTE faculty 5.6 6.6 7.5 9.3 7.2 7.4 7.0 7.1 7.0






Is performance ADEQUATE on the Dashboard Indicators?

  Same or Better         Worse
# Indicator UMCP UMBC UMB BSU CSU FSU SU TU UB UMES UMGC UMCES
Student: Access, Affordability, and Attainment1 Average SAT
2 6-year graduation rate
3 Second-year retention rate
4 African-Americans, Hispanics, & Native Americans as % of total undergraduates
5 % of applicants admitted (new freshmen & transfer students)
6 Maryland community college transfers
Affordability7 Resident undergraduate tuition & fees
8 Percent of undergraduates receiving financial aid
9 Average undergraduate debt burden upon graduation
Alumni10 Average undergraduate alumni giving rate
Faculty21 Average faculty salary
22 Weighted average faculty salary %ile
23 Awards per 100 full-time faculty (over 5-year period)
24 Student to faculty ratio
Economic Development31 Total R&D expenditures per full-time faculty
32 U.S. Patents issued
33 Adjusted gross license income received
34 Licenses & options executed
38 Number of start-up companies
Workforce Development35 Upper Division STEM enrollment
Stewardship41 Expenditures for instruction as percent of total operating expenditures
42 Expenditures for administration as percent of total operating expenditures
43 Fund balance increase goal achievement
44 Percent of fundraising goal achieved
Effectiveness & Efficiency51 Classroom utilization rate
52 Facilities renewal as percent of replacement value
53 Percentage of undergraduate credits generated by non-traditional methods
54 Time to Degree
55 Teaching workload: courses per FTE faculty
Meets Benchmark 128464710103461
Does not meet benchmark 484798557102






Is performance IMPROVING on the Dashboard Indicators?

  Same or Better         Worse
# Indicator UMCP UMBC UMB BSU CSU FSU SU TU UB UMES UMGC UMCES
Student: Access, Affordability, and Attainment1 Average SAT
2 6-year graduation rate
3 Second-year retention rate
4 African-Americans, Hispanics, & Native Americans as % of total undergraduates
5 % of applicants admitted (new freshmen & transfer students)
6 Maryland community college transfers
Affordability7 Resident undergraduate tuition & fees
8 Percent of undergraduates receiving financial aid
9 Average undergraduate debt burden upon graduation
Alumni10 Average undergraduate alumni giving rate
Faculty21 Average faculty salary
22 Weighted average faculty salary %ile
23 Awards per 100 full-time faculty (over 5-year period)
24 Student to faculty ratio
Economic Development31 Total R&D expenditures per full-time faculty
32 U.S. Patents issued
33 Adjusted gross license income received
34 Licenses & options executed
38 Number of start-up companies
Workforce Development35 Upper Division STEM enrollment
Stewardship41 Expenditures for instruction as percent of total operating expenditures
42 Expenditures for administration as percent of total operating expenditures
43 Fund balance increase goal achievement
44 Percent of fundraising goal achieved
Effectiveness & Efficiency51 Classroom utilization rate
52 Facilities renewal as percent of replacement value
53 Percentage of undergraduate credits generated by non-traditional methods
54 Time to Degree
55 Teaching workload: courses per FTE faculty
Improved/Same 131961091212116642
Worse 13748999971341






University System of Maryland
Dashboard Indicators, reported in 2020
Student: Access, Affordability, and Attainment
Year S2
6-year graduation rate
S3
Second-year retention rate
S4
Minorities as percent of total undergraduate
S6
Maryland community college transfers
S7
Average weighted undergraduate tuition & fees
%
chg
S11
Percent of Maryland market share (public/private/community colleges)
S12
Institutional financial aid for undergraduates as percent of undergraduate tuition revenue
S13
Institutional financial aid for undergraduate students (Millions)
2014 63%
74%
33%
11,182
$8,833 0% 45.1%
16%
$132.5
2015 65%
74%
34%
11,603
$9,389 6% 45.9%
17%
$141.0
2016 65%
74%
35%
11,544
$9,606 2% 47.4%
17%
$144.7
2017 67%
74%
35%
12,154
$9,843 2% 48.2%
17%
$151.3
2018 68%

Improvement

The value of 68% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 65.67%
74%

Improvement

The value of 74% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 74%
35%

Improvement

The value of 35% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 34.67%
12,258
$10,089 2% 48.7%
14%
$164.9
2019
11,625

Not Improved

The value of 11,625 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 11,985
$10,325 2% 49.1%

Improvement

The value of 49.1% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 48.1%
17%

Improvement

The value of 17% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 16%
$173.0

Improvement

The value of $173.0 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of $153.6
Benchmark 61%
P
75%
P
27%
P
Faculty
Year S21-1
Average faculty salary (Research universities)
S21-2
Average faculty salary (Master's universities)
S22
Weighted average faculty salary %ile
2014 $116,024
$77,233
80%
2015 $119,120
$78,951
81%
2016 $118,385
$80,799
75%
2017 $124,169
$81,812
75%
2018 $124,513
$82,559
69%
2019 $124,701

Improvement

The value of $124,701 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of $122,356
$81,303

Not Improved

The value of $81,303 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of $81,723
65%

Not Improved

The value of 65% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 73%
Benchmark $110,510
P
$85,518
P
85%
B
Economic Development
Year S32
U.S. Patents issued
S34
Licenses & options executed
S38
Number of start-up companies
2014 70
52
131
2015 89
58
141
2016 76
61
114
2017 91
68
87
2018 70
57
85
2019 89

Improvement

The value of 89 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 79
69

Improvement

The value of 69 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 62
83

Not Improved

The value of 83 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 95
Benchmark
Workforce Development
Year S35
Upper division STEM enrollment
S36
Number of teaching graduates
S37
Number of nursing graduates
2014 20,130
1,713
830
2015 20,717
1,111
861
2016 23,177
1,102
1,075
2017 23,538
1,096
1,116
2018 24,451
974
1,150
2019 24,505

Improvement

The value of 24,505 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 23,722

Not Improved

The value of for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 1,057
1,243

Improvement

The value of 1,243 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 1,114
Benchmark
Funding
Year S48
Operating expenditures per FTE student
S49
Funding guideline percent achieved
2014 $30,185
76%
2015 $29,549
72%
2016 $29,857
72%
2017 $30,595
72%
2018 $31,639

Improvement

The value of $31,639 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of $30,000
72%
2019
72%

Improvement

The value of 72% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 72%
Benchmark $33,344
P
100%
Stewardship
Year S41
State appropriations per FTE student
S42
System Office administrative expenditures as percent of the System's total operating expenditures
S43
Unrestricted net assets to debt ratio
S44
System fund balance increase: goal achievement
S45
Credit Rating (Moody's)
S46
Percent of annual fundraising dedicated to endowment
S47
Total funds raised (annual)
2014 $8,591
0.5%
111%
Met goal
Stable
12.5%
$256,528
2015 $9,063
0.4%
74%
Met goal
Stable
14.2%
$335,074
2016 $9,370
0.6%
82%
Met goal
Stable
16.3%
$276,594
2017 $9,378
0.6%
86%
Met goal
Stable
18.3%
$292,281
2018 $9,519

Improvement

The value of $9,519 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of $9,270
0.5% 96%
Met goal
Stable
21.7%
$408,193
2019
132%

Improvement

The value of 132% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 88%
Met goal

Improvement

The value of Met goal for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 0
Stable

Improvement

The value of Stable for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 0
23.8%

Improvement

The value of 23.8% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 18.77%
$332,158

Improvement

The value of $332,158 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of $325,689
Benchmark $8,013
P
Rank 28 of 30
Meet goal
B
Effectiveness & Efficiency
Year S51
Classroom utilization
S52
Facilities renewal as percent of replacement value
S53
Percentage of undergraduate credits generated by non-traditional methods
S54
Time to Degree
2014 65%
1.1%
16.9%
4.3
2015 64%
0.9%
12.2%
4.3
2016 63%
1.0%
12.6%
4.0
2017 64%
1.3%
12.9%
4.1
2018 62%
1.6%
13.7%
4.1
2019

Not Improved

The value of for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 63%
1.7%

Improvement

The value of 1.7% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 1.3%
15%

Improvement

The value of 15% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 13.07%
4.1

Improvement

The value of 4.1 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 4.1
Benchmark 66%
S
2.0%
B
10%
B






Funding guideline percent achieved
BSU CSU FSU SU TU UB UMB UMBC UMCP UMES UMGC
2005 53% 64% 73% 63% 77% 84% 56% 61% 65% 70% 43%
2006 51% 70% 78% 74% 80% 80% 53% 64% 67% 72% 34%
2007 94% 108% 90% 104% 100% 141% 72% 81% 82% 99% 40%
2008 74% 93% 82% 79% 90% 132% 73% 74% 78% 88% 61%
2009 87% 101% 93% 78% 88% 107% 75% 72% 82% 82% 39%
2010 74% 112% 77% 65% 68% 50% 61% 65% 73% 69% 46%
2011 62% 101% 67% 63% 63% 45% 57% 64% 72% 62% 43%
2012 70% 111% 69% 63% 66% 46% 69% 62% 75% 71% 37%
2013 77% 116% 75% 70% 76% 45% 71% 65% 76% 75% 54%
2014 84% 127% 90% 75% 87% 55% 60% 62% 78% 97% 40%
2015 95% 126% 86% 70% 65% 66% 72% 62% 80% 85% 53%
2016 89% 128% 85% 71% 60% 64% 68% 59% 75% 78% 53%
2017 86% 138% 85% 74% 68% 63% 71% 61% 80% 78% 26%
2018 93% 138% 85% 81% 67% 68% 74% 62% 79% 64% 24%
2019 73% 126% 69% 66% 61% 65% 72% 61% 77% 79% 17%
2020 75% 138% 83% 78% 77% 78% 68% 65% 78% 75% 21%
Operating expenditures per FTE student
BSU CSU FSU SU TU UB UMB UMBC UMCP UMES UMGC
2005 $13,554 $15,562 $11,363 $10,391 $11,108 $13,191 $46,596 $23,059 $31,270 $20,605 $17,266
2006 $13,885 $13,736 $12,764 $10,859 $11,881 $14,230 $48,802 $23,979 $33,087 $21,009 $18,961
2007 $14,770 $18,924 $13,637 $11,217 $12,275 $15,090 $50,438 $25,720 $33,645 $18,214 $17,569
2008 $14,778 $18,114 $14,843 $10,973 $12,608 $15,625 $55,374 $26,326 $34,538 $18,473 $17,585
2009 $15,269 $19,617 $15,102 $12,499 $13,743 $14,629 $55,333 $26,522 $36,444 $19,233 $18,534
2010 $15,821 $21,749 $14,598 $11,892 $13,009 $15,606 $56,458 $25,759 $36,281 $18,353 $18,704
2011 $14,766 $23,063 $14,706 $11,556 $13,052 $15,698 $57,345 $26,620 $37,303 $18,385 $19,153
2012 $15,381 $24,627 $15,533 $12,899 $14,794 $14,848 $55,889 $25,011 $38,981 $20,600 $18,299
2013 $16,942 $22,270 $16,103 $13,088 $13,639 $15,608 $56,435 $25,690 $40,232 $21,036 $19,399
2014 $17,984 $23,900 $17,335 $13,888 $14,219 $17,031 $69,623 $26,464 $42,959 $22,377 $20,718
2015 $17,118 $25,800 $17,811 $14,026 $14,918 $18,108 $73,671 $27,319 $42,972 $24,293 $15,550
2016 $18,161 $29,494 $18,259 $14,098 $14,635 $19,210 $73,830 $27,355 $43,796 $22,626 $15,928
2017 $17,293 $32,272 $18,922 $15,217 $14,963 $19,840 $78,036 $29,364 $44,659 $27,011 $15,140
2018 $18,522 $33,179 $20,186 $15,912 $15,821 $22,598 $81,557 $30,745 $44,281 $28,482 $16,089
Benchmark $21,981 $22,380 $22,082 $21,061 $19,587 $23,721 $31,458 $64,197 $22,404 $18,828
State appropriations per FTE student
BSU CSU FSU SU TU UB UMB UMBC UMCP UMES UMGC
2005 $5,074 $6,161 $5,231 $4,199 $4,012 $4,380 $11,249 $6,667 $9,955 $6,396 $1,277
2006 $5,362 $6,104 $5,843 $4,359 $4,183 $4,771 $12,119 $7,200 $10,364 $6,629 $1,365
2007 $7,418 $9,482 $6,691 $4,957 $4,783 $5,420 $12,966 $8,094 $11,735 $7,593 $1,492
2008 $7,558 $10,266 $6,853 $5,021 $4,939 $5,260 $13,641 $8,451 $12,220 $8,374 $1,890
2009 $7,586 $10,715 $6,731 $5,201 $4,842 $5,219 $11,162 $8,404 $12,003 $8,072 $2,034
2010 $6,733 $11,457 $5,804 $4,475 $4,281 $4,422 $11,771 $7,217 $10,524 $7,135 $1,776
2011 $7,521 $12,150 $6,475 $5,001 $4,796 $4,859 $13,231 $8,534 $12,035 $7,589 $1,972
2012 $7,817 $12,849 $6,858 $4,989 $4,944 $5,038 $13,253 $8,540 $12,187 $7,907 $1,804
2013 $8,177 $13,006 $6,943 $5,043 $4,887 $4,996 $13,232 $8,339 $12,218 $7,902 $1,850
2014 $8,319 $14,726 $7,246 $5,088 $4,848 $5,176 $16,544 $8,399 $12,567 $8,919 $2,010
2015 $8,651 $16,869 $7,725 $5,571 $5,359 $5,696 $19,007 $9,096 $13,520 $9,512 $1,793
2016 $9,304 $18,154 $8,080 $6,069 $5,697 $6,146 $19,879 $9,538 $13,822 $9,740 $1,751
2017 $9,154 $19,889 $8,426 $6,251 $5,925 $6,701 $20,113 $9,924 $13,814 $11,712 $1,597
2018 $8,483 $20,246 $9,179 $6,679 $5,980 $7,341 $20,638 $10,397 $13,456 $13,190 $1,642
Benchmark $10,468 $11,890 $8,950 $9,353 $6,813 $10,746 $9,564 $10,168 $4,051






Bowie State University
Dashboard Indicators, reported in 2020
Student: Access, Affordability, and Attainment
Year 1
Average SAT
2
6-year graduation rate
3
Second-year retention rate
4
African-Americans, Hispanics, & Native Americans as % of total undergraduates
5
% of applicants admitted (new freshmen & transfer students)
6
Maryland community college transfers
2014 881
33%
72%
90%
57%
310
2015 874
41%
72%
89%
60%
419
2016 868
37%
74%
89%
45%
227
2017 942
40%
73%
88%
38%
492
2018 951

Improvement

The value of 951 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 894.67
42%

Improvement

The value of 42% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 39.33%
71%

Not Improved

The value of 71% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 73%
86% 35%
391
2019
80% 379

Improvement

The value of 379 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 370
Benchmark 927-1106

(25th & 75th %ile)

P
50%
P
75%
P
46%
Alumni
Year 10
Average undergraduate alumni giving rate
2014 5.7%
2015 5.5%
2016 4.7%
2017 4.2%
2018 3.8%

Not Improved

The value of 3.8% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 4.8%
2019
Benchmark
Faculty
Year 21
Average faculty salary
22
Weighted average faculty salary %ile
24
Student to faculty ratio
2014 $73,818
69%
16
2015 $75,770
71%
16
2016 $78,882
70%
16
2017 $80,598
67%
16
2018 $84,842
62%
16

Improvement

The value of 16 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 16
2019 $80,276

Not Improved

The value of $80,276 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of $81,441
58%

Not Improved

The value of 58% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 66.33%
Benchmark $85,518
P
85%
B
16
P
Affordability
Year 7
Resident undergraduate tuition & fees
%
chg
8
Percent of undergraduates receiving financial aid
9
Average undergraduate debt burden upon graduation
2014 $7,299 0% 86%
$30,300
2015 $7,657 5% 86%
N/A
2016 $7,880 3% 86%
N/A
2017 $8,064 2% 85%
$29,433
2018 $8,233 2% 84%
N/A
2019 $8,445 3% 81%
Benchmark
$27,475
Workforce Development
Year 35
Upper Division STEM enrollment
2014 319
2015 294
2016 309
2017 336
2018 340
2019 373

Improvement

The value of 373 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 328
Benchmark
Stewardship
Year 41
Expenditures for instruction as percent of total operating expenditures
42
Expenditures for administration as percent of total operating expenditures
43
Fund balance increase goal achievement
44
Percent of fundraising goal achieved
2014 38%
18%
Met Goal
89%
2015 41%
20%
Met Goal
113%
2016 44%
22%
Met Goal
88%
2017 46%
21%
Met Goal
108%
2018 51%

Improvement

The value of 51% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 43.67%
19%

Improvement

The value of 19% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 21%
Met goal
67%
2019
Met goal

Improvement

The value of Met goal for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 0
101%

Improvement

The value of 101% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 87.67%
Benchmark 44%
P
14%
P
Meet goal
B
100%
I
Effectiveness & Efficiency
Year 51
Classroom utilization rate
52
Facilities renewal as percent of replacement value
53
Percentage of undergraduate credits generated by non-traditional methods
54
Time to Degree
55
Teaching workload: courses per FTE faculty
2014 65%
3.0%
12.7%
4.9
7.8
2015 64%
1.6%
17.2%
4.8
7.3
2016 65%
1.5%
17.0%
4.9
8.0
2017 67%
1.5%
17.6%
4.8
7.6
2018 65%
2.7%
20.7%
5.1
7.5

Not Improved

The value of 7.5 for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 7.6
2019 65%

Not Improved

The value of 65% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 65.67%
1.3%

Not Improved

The value of 1.3% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 1.9%
21.6%

Improvement

The value of 21.6% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 18.43%
5.0

Not Improved

The value of 5.0 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 4.9
Benchmark 66%
S
2.0%
B
10%
B
7.5
B






Coppin State University
Dashboard Indicators, reported in 2020
Student: Access, Affordability, and Attainment
Year 1
Average SAT
2
6-year graduation rate
3
Second-year retention rate
4
African-Americans, Hispanics, & Native Americans as % of total undergraduates
5
% of applicants admitted (new freshmen & transfer students)
6
Maryland community college transfers
2014 890
18%
65%
85%
43%
256
2015 895
18%
66%
84%
39%
186
2016 862
17%
66%
81%
39%
267
2017 930
24%
65%
81%
37%
219
2018 953

Improvement

The value of 953 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 895.67
24%

Improvement

The value of 24% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 19.67%
63%

Not Improved

The value of 63% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 65.67%
83% 38%
192
2019
33% 195

Not Improved

The value of 195 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 226
Benchmark 945-1115

(25th & 75th %ile)

P
52%
P
74%
P
44%
Alumni
Year 10
Average undergraduate alumni giving rate
2014 9.6%
2015 3.9%
2016 4.2%
2017 4.4%
2018 4.4%

Improvement

The value of 4.4% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 4.17%
2019
Benchmark
Faculty
Year 21
Average faculty salary
22
Weighted average faculty salary %ile
24
Student to faculty ratio
2014 $72,201
68%
14
2015 $73,809
67%
13
2016 $75,843
62%
13
2017 $77,185
61%
14
2018 $76,619
52%
13

Improvement

The value of 13 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 13
2019 $76,724

Improvement

The value of $76,724 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of $76,549
52%

Not Improved

The value of 52% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 58.33%
Benchmark $85,518
P
85%
B
19
P
Affordability
Year 7
Resident undergraduate tuition & fees
%
chg
8
Percent of undergraduates receiving financial aid
9
Average undergraduate debt burden upon graduation
2014 $6,132 0% 88%
N/A
2015 $6,362 4% 92%
N/A
2016 $6,448 1% 85%
N/A
2017 $6,536 1% 86%
N/A
2018 $6,625 1% 86%
N/A
2019 $6,716 1% 85%
Benchmark
$24,149
Workforce Development
Year 35
Upper Division STEM enrollment
2014 111
2015 120
2016 114
2017 102
2018 87
2019 94

Not Improved

The value of 94 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 101
Benchmark
Stewardship
Year 41
Expenditures for instruction as percent of total operating expenditures
42
Expenditures for administration as percent of total operating expenditures
43
Fund balance increase goal achievement
44
Percent of fundraising goal achieved
2014 35%
25%
Met goal
92%
2015 34%
24%
Met goal
103%
2016 39%
30%
Met goal
121%
2017 35%
36%
Met goal
70%
2018 32%

Not Improved

The value of 32% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 36%
36%

Not Improved

The value of 36% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 30%
Met goal
98%
2019
Met goal

Improvement

The value of Met goal for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 0
80%

Not Improved

The value of 80% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 96.33%
Benchmark 40%
P
14%
P
Meet goal
B
100%
I
Effectiveness & Efficiency
Year 51
Classroom utilization rate
52
Facilities renewal as percent of replacement value
53
Percentage of undergraduate credits generated by non-traditional methods
54
Time to Degree
55
Teaching workload: courses per FTE faculty
2014 NA%
0.2%
16.3%
5.8
8.5
2015 NA%
0.2%
25.7%
5.8
8.1
2016 71%
0.5%
19.9%
6.0
9.0
2017 70%
0.6%
25.1%
6.3
9.3
2018 70%
0.6%
21.2%
5.9
9.3

Improvement

The value of 9.3 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 8.8
2019 62%

Not Improved

The value of 62% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 70.33%
0.6%

Improvement

The value of 0.6% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 0.57%
22.1%

Improvement

The value of 22.1% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 22.07%
6.6

Not Improved

The value of 6.6 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 6.1
Benchmark 66%
S
2.0%
B
10%
B
7.5
B






Frostburg State University
Dashboard Indicators, reported in 2020
Student: Access, Affordability, and Attainment
Year 1
Average SAT
2
6-year graduation rate
3
Second-year retention rate
4
African-Americans, Hispanics, & Native Americans as % of total undergraduates
5
% of applicants admitted (new freshmen & transfer students)
6
Maryland community college transfers
2014 985
49%
75%
34%
62%
476
2015 969
51%
76%
36%
66%
564
2016 942
47%
76%
37%
65%
525
2017 1025
49%
76%
37%
73%
532
2018 1031

Improvement

The value of 1031 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 978.67
52%

Improvement

The value of 52% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 49%
76%

Improvement

The value of 76% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 76%
36%

Not Improved

The value of 36% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 36.67%
79%
460
2019
80% 460

Not Improved

The value of 460 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 506
Benchmark 959-1139

(25th & 75th %ile)

P
56%
P
75%
P
28%
P
Alumni
Year 10
Average undergraduate alumni giving rate
2014 4.7%
2015 5.0%
2016 5.4%
2017 4.6%
2018 4.6%

Not Improved

The value of 4.6% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 5%
2019
Benchmark
Faculty
Year 21
Average faculty salary
22
Weighted average faculty salary %ile
24
Student to faculty ratio
2014 $74,693
52%
15
2015 $76,281
57%
16
2016 $77,035
50%
15
2017 $78,644
52%
14
2018 $78,032
45%
15

Improvement

The value of 15 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 15
2019 $79,060

Improvement

The value of $79,060 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of $77,904
44%

Not Improved

The value of 44% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 49%
Benchmark $85,518
P
85%
B
18
P
Affordability
Year 7
Resident undergraduate tuition & fees
%
chg
8
Percent of undergraduates receiving financial aid
9
Average undergraduate debt burden upon graduation
2014 $7,982 0% 81%
$24,916
2015 $8,488 6% 80%
$25,463
2016 $8,702 3% 80%
$24,827
2017 $8,914 2% 81%
$29,802
2018 $9,172 3% 79%
$29,652

Not Improved

The value of $29,652 for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of $26,697
2019 $9,410 3% 77%
Benchmark
$28,155
Workforce Development
Year 35
Upper Division STEM enrollment
2014 445
2015 399
2016 481
2017 394
2018 382
2019 343

Not Improved

The value of 343 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 419
Benchmark
Economic Development
Year 38
Number of start-up companies
2014 4
2015 3
2016 6
2017 5
2018 1
2019 6

Improvement

The value of 6 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 4
Benchmark
Stewardship
Year 41
Expenditures for instruction as percent of total operating expenditures
42
Expenditures for administration as percent of total operating expenditures
43
Fund balance increase goal achievement
44
Percent of fundraising goal achieved
2014 38%
15%
Not Met
118%
2015 40%
15%
Met Goal
109%
2016 45%
19%
Met Goal
91%
2017 45%
20%
Met Goal
129%
2018 46%

Improvement

The value of 46% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 43.33%
18%

Improvement

The value of 18% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 18%
Met goal
94%
2019
Met goal

Improvement

The value of Met goal for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 0
112%

Improvement

The value of 112% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 104.67%
Benchmark 41%
P
14%
P
Meet goal
B
100%
I
Effectiveness & Efficiency
Year 51
Classroom utilization rate
52
Facilities renewal as percent of replacement value
53
Percentage of undergraduate credits generated by non-traditional methods
54
Time to Degree
55
Teaching workload: courses per FTE faculty
2014 55%
0.6%
21.6%
4.3
7.3
2015 55%
0.4%
18.2%
3.7
7.4
2016 56%
1.2%
17.9%
3.8
7.2
2017 53%
0.7%
18.3%
3.8
7.1
2018 51%
1.2%
20.9%
4.0
7.2

Not Improved

The value of 7.2 for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 7.2
2019 53%

Not Improved

The value of 53% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 53.33%
1.2%

Improvement

The value of 1.2% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 1.03%
23.4%

Improvement

The value of 23.4% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 19.03%
4.0

Not Improved

The value of 4.0 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 3.9
Benchmark 66%
S
2.0%
B
10%
B
7.5
B






Salisbury University
Dashboard Indicators, reported in 2020
Student: Access, Affordability, and Attainment
Year 1
Average SAT
2
6-year graduation rate
3
Second-year retention rate
4
African-Americans, Hispanics, & Native Americans as % of total undergraduates
5
% of applicants admitted (new freshmen & transfer students)
6
Maryland community college transfers
2014 1156
66%
82%
17%
60%
730
2015 1160
67%
81%
18%
64%
847
2016 1150
69%
83%
18%
68%
726
2017 1180
71%
83%
19%
67%
786
2018 1215

Improvement

The value of 1215 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 1163.33
68%

Not Improved

The value of 68% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 69%
83%

Improvement

The value of 83% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 82.33%
19%

Improvement

The value of 19% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 18.33%
64%
720
2019
74% 708

Not Improved

The value of 708 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 744
Benchmark 1004-1177

(25th & 75th %ile)

P
62%
P
77%
P
23%
P
Alumni
Year 10
Average undergraduate alumni giving rate
2014 6.4%
2015 6.7%
2016 6.0%
2017 6.8%
2018 6.8%

Improvement

The value of 6.8% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 6.5%
2019
Benchmark
Faculty
Year 21
Average faculty salary
22
Weighted average faculty salary %ile
24
Student to faculty ratio
2014 $77,848
69%
16
2015 $79,589
70%
16
2016 $80,756
62%
16
2017 $81,802
62%
16
2018 $81,557
57%
15

Improvement

The value of 15 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 16
2019 $81,041

Not Improved

The value of $81,041 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of $81,372
54%

Not Improved

The value of 54% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 60.33%
Benchmark $85,518
P
85%
B
16
P
Affordability
Year 7
Resident undergraduate tuition & fees
%
chg
8
Percent of undergraduates receiving financial aid
9
Average undergraduate debt burden upon graduation
2014 $8,560 0% 74%
$24,567
2015 $9,086 6% 76%
$25,376
2016 $9,364 3% 76%
$26,940
2017 $9,582 2% 77%
$26,940
2018 $9,824 3% 79%
$26,521

Not Improved

The value of $26,521 for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of $26,419
2019 $10,044 2% 82%
Benchmark
$28,272
Workforce Development
Year 35
Upper Division STEM enrollment
2014 658
2015 641
2016 628
2017 626
2018 617
2019 579

Not Improved

The value of 579 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 624
Benchmark
Economic Development
Year 38
Number of start-up companies
2014 3
2015 15
2016 24
2017 11
2018 20
2019 20

Improvement

The value of 20 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 18.33
Benchmark
Stewardship
Year 41
Expenditures for instruction as percent of total operating expenditures
42
Expenditures for administration as percent of total operating expenditures
43
Fund balance increase goal achievement
44
Percent of fundraising goal achieved
2014 45%
14%
Met goal
146%
2015 47%
14%
Met goal
103%
2016 56%
18%
Met goal
172%
2017 53%
16%
Met goal
104%
2018 50%

Not Improved

The value of 50% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 52%
15%

Improvement

The value of 15% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 16%
Met goal
110%
2019
Met goal

Improvement

The value of Met goal for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 0
101%

Not Improved

The value of 101% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 128.67%
Benchmark 47%
P
15%
P
Meet goal
B
100%
I
Effectiveness & Efficiency
Year 51
Classroom utilization rate
52
Facilities renewal as percent of replacement value
53
Percentage of undergraduate credits generated by non-traditional methods
54
Time to Degree
55
Teaching workload: courses per FTE faculty
2014 68%
1.2%
17.9%
3.9
7.3
2015 68%
1.7%
11.4%
4.0
7.1
2016 65%
2.1%
11.5%
4.2
7.3
2017 69%
1.6%
11.5%
4.1
7.5
2018 67%
2.4%
13.3%
4.0
7.4

Improvement

The value of 7.4 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 7.3
2019 65%

Not Improved

The value of 65% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 67%
2.6%

Improvement

The value of 2.6% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 2.03%
14.2%

Improvement

The value of 14.2% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 12.1%
4.1

Improvement

The value of 4.1 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 4.1
Benchmark 66%
S
2.0%
B
10%
B
7.5
B






Towson University
Dashboard Indicators, reported in 2020
Student: Access, Affordability, and Attainment
Year 1
Average SAT
2
6-year graduation rate
3
Second-year retention rate
4
African-Americans, Hispanics, & Native Americans as % of total undergraduates
5
% of applicants admitted (new freshmen & transfer students)
6
Maryland community college transfers
2014 1084
68%
86%
22%
61%
2,142
2015 1087
70%
86%
24%
67%
1,937
2016 1080
71%
86%
26%
74%
2,311
2017 1133
72%
85%
29%
72%
2,552
2018 1138

Improvement

The value of 1138 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 1100
73%

Improvement

The value of 73% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 71%
85%

Not Improved

The value of 85% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 85.67%
31%

Improvement

The value of 31% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 26.33%
74%
2,621
2019
75% 2,357

Not Improved

The value of 2,357 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 2,495
Benchmark 1049-1222

(25th & 75th %ile)

P
66%
P
81%
P
19%
P
Alumni
Year 10
Average undergraduate alumni giving rate
2014 3.8%
2015 5.1%
2016 4.5%
2017 3.9%
2018 3.2%

Not Improved

The value of 3.2% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 4.5%
2019
Benchmark
Faculty
Year 21
Average faculty salary
22
Weighted average faculty salary %ile
24
Student to faculty ratio
2014 $78,288
73%
17
2015 $79,751
73%
17
2016 $80,786
66%
17
2017 $82,260
65%
17
2018 $82,628
57%
17

Improvement

The value of 17 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 17
2019 $82,547

Improvement

The value of $82,547 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of $81,891
57%

Not Improved

The value of 57% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 62.67%
Benchmark $82,000
P
85%
B
18
P
Affordability
Year 7
Resident undergraduate tuition & fees
%
chg
8
Percent of undergraduates receiving financial aid
9
Average undergraduate debt burden upon graduation
2014 $8,590 0% 70%
$25,936
2015 $9,182 7% 71%
$25,785
2016 $9,408 2% 71%
$25,483
2017 $9,694 3% 71%
$26,460
2018 $9,940 3% 72%
$27,295

Not Improved

The value of $27,295 for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of $25,909
2019 $10,198 3% 73%
Benchmark
$30,401
Workforce Development
Year 35
Upper Division STEM enrollment
2014 1,530
2015 1,672
2016 1,732
2017 1,907
2018 2,014
2019 2,028

Improvement

The value of 2,028 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 1,884
Benchmark
Economic Development
Year 38
Number of start-up companies
2014 0
2015 0
2016 0
2017 0
2018 0
2019 1

Improvement

The value of 1 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 0
Benchmark
Stewardship
Year 41
Expenditures for instruction as percent of total operating expenditures
42
Expenditures for administration as percent of total operating expenditures
43
Fund balance increase goal achievement
44
Percent of fundraising goal achieved
2014 38%
14%
Met goal
116%
2015 40%
14%
Met goal
99%
2016 46%
17%
Met goal
87%
2017 48%
19%
Met goal
68%
2018 44%

Not Improved

The value of 44% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 44.67%
17%

Not Improved

The value of 17% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 16.67%
Met goal
113%
2019
Met goal

Improvement

The value of Met goal for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 0
135%

Improvement

The value of 135% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 89.33%
Benchmark 47%
P
13%
P
Meet goal
B
100%
I
Effectiveness & Efficiency
Year 51
Classroom utilization rate
52
Facilities renewal as percent of replacement value
53
Percentage of undergraduate credits generated by non-traditional methods
54
Time to Degree
55
Teaching workload: courses per FTE faculty
2014 65%
2.3%
11.1%
4.1
7.2
2015 63%
1.4%
8.1%
4.0
7.1
2016 60%
2.1%
8.2%
4.2
7.1
2017 63%
2.3%
6.6%
4.2
7.0
2018 63%
2.2%
7.5%
4.2
7.0

Not Improved

The value of 7.0 for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 7.1
2019 60%

Not Improved

The value of 60% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 62%
2.2%

Improvement

The value of 2.2% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 2.2%
11.1%

Improvement

The value of 11.1% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 7.43%
4.1

Improvement

The value of 4.1 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 4.2
Benchmark 66%
S
2.0%
B
10%
B
7.5
B






University of Baltimore
Dashboard Indicators, reported in 2020
Student: Access, Affordability, and Attainment
Year 1-UB
Percent of graduates who pass bar exam on initial attempt
3
Second-year retention rate
4
African-Americans, Hispanics, & Native Americans as % of total undergraduates
5
% of applicants admitted (new freshmen & transfer students)
6
Maryland community college transfers
4-UB
Number of minority students graduating annually (all levels)
5-UB
Percent of students who are economically disadvantaged
2014 83%
73%
53%
70%
630
635
70%
2015 80%
72%
53%
55%
651
676
78%
2016 66%
74%
53%
64%
655
716
66%
2017 67%
70%
51%
55%
567
789
49%
2018 67%
72%

Improvement

The value of 72% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 72%
50%

Not Improved

The value of 50% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 52.33%
55%
515
754
88%
2019 73%

Improvement

The value of 73% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 66.67%
54% 463

Not Improved

The value of 463 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 579
645

Not Improved

The value of 645 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 753
74%

Improvement

The value of 74% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 67.67%
Benchmark
78%
P
47%
P
426
I
75%
I
Alumni
Year 10
Average undergraduate alumni giving rate
2014 5.0%
2015 4.7%
2016 4.2%
2017 3.8%
2018 2.9%

Not Improved

The value of 2.9% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 4.23%
2019
Benchmark
Faculty
Year 2-UB
Sponsored research dollars per full-time faculty
3-UB
Percent of part-time faculty
24
Student to faculty ratio
2014 $37
52%
15
2015 $38
52%
15
2016 $41
53%
15
2017 $58
55%
14
2018 $74
53%
14

Improvement

The value of 14 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 15
2019 $82

Improvement

The value of $82 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of $58
48%

Improvement

The value of 48% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 53.67%
Benchmark
49%
P
17
P
Affordability
Year 7
Resident undergraduate tuition & fees
%
chg
8
Percent of undergraduates receiving financial aid
9
Average undergraduate debt burden upon graduation
2014 $8,018 0% 86%
$23,627
2015 $8,326 4% 86%
$17,032
2016 $8,596 3% 85%
N/A
2017 $8,824 3% 85%
$21,500
2018 $8,958 2% 84%
N/A
2019 $9,096 2% 79%
Benchmark
$24,762
Workforce Development
Year 35
Upper Division STEM enrollment
2014 286
2015 287
2016 275
2017 286
2018 270
2019 253

Not Improved

The value of 253 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 277
Benchmark
Economic Development
Year 38
Number of start-up companies
2014 0
2015 1
2016 0
2017 0
2018 6
2019 N/A
Benchmark
Stewardship
Year 41
Expenditures for instruction as percent of total operating expenditures
42
Expenditures for administration as percent of total operating expenditures
43
Fund balance increase goal achievement
44
Percent of fundraising goal achieved
2014 40%
21%
Not Met
111%
2015 41%
21%
Met goal
107%
2016 44%
21%
Met goal
98%
2017 45%
18%
Met goal
114%
2018 40%

Not Improved

The value of 40% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 43.33%
16%

Improvement

The value of 16% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 20%
Met goal
124%
2019
Met goal

Improvement

The value of Met goal for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 0
43%

Not Improved

The value of 43% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 112%
Benchmark 45%
P
12%
P
Meet goal
B
100%
I
Effectiveness & Efficiency
Year 51
Classroom utilization rate
52
Facilities renewal as percent of replacement value
7-UB
Percent of students involved with non-traditional learning activities
55
Teaching workload: courses per FTE faculty
2014 52%
0.6%
44%
7.3
2015 46%
1.4%
45%
6.9
2016 51%
0.5%
49%
6.7
2017 54%
1.1%
53%
7.0
2018 36%
0.2%
56%
7.1

Improvement

The value of 7.1 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 6.9
2019 36%

Not Improved

The value of 36% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 47%
1.4%

Improvement

The value of 1.4% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 0.6%
63%

Improvement

The value of 63% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 52.67%
Benchmark 66%
S
2.0%
B
7.5
B






University of Maryland, Baltimore
Dashboard Indicators, reported in 2020
Student: Access, Affordability, and Attainment
Year 3-UMB
Passing rate on nursing licensure exam
10-UMB
Total headcount enrollment
11-UMB
African-Americans, Hispanics, & Native Americans as percentage of total headcount enrollment
12-UMB
Graduate and first professional as percentage of total headcount enrollment
1-UMB
Passing rate on Bar (Law) exam
2-UMB
Passing rate on medical licensure exam
4-UMB
Passing rate on dentistry licensure exam
2014 97%
6,276
20%
87%
78%
99%
99%
2015 90%
6,329
22%
86%
76%
97%
94%
2016 93%
6,482
24%
86%
79%
96%
98%
2017 88%
6,703
24%
86%
77%
97%
99%
2018 87%
6,777
24%
87%
80%
99%
100%
2019 89%

Not Improved

The value of 89% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 89.33%
6,827

Improvement

The value of 6,827 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 6,654
25%

Improvement

The value of 25% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 24%
87%

Improvement

The value of 87% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 86.33%
86%

Improvement

The value of 86% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 78.67%
98%

Improvement

The value of 98% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 97.33%
99%

Improvement

The value of 99% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 99%
Benchmark 86%
N
97%
N
Economic Development
Year 38
Number of start-up companies
13-UMB
Grant & contract awards (millions)
14-UMB
Total R&D expenditures in medicine per F-T medical faculty
32
U.S. Patents issued
33
Adjusted gross license income received
34
Licenses & options executed
2014 15
$499
$226,765
28
$1,120,101
30
2015 18
$498
$224,977
33
$1,215,991
39
2016 13
$494
$246,865
32
$1,276,140
34
2017 19
$553
$268,574
30
$1,492,785
39
2018
$665
$249,063

Improvement

The value of $249,063 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of $246,805
26
$4,788,731
43
2019 7
$663

Improvement

The value of $663 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of $571
33

Improvement

The value of 33 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 29.33
$1,952,286

Not Improved

The value of $1,952,286 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of $2,519,219
48

Improvement

The value of 48 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 38.67
Benchmark
$291,491
I
5% annually
I
5% annually
I
Faculty
Year 5-UMB
National ranking NIH awards to public medical schools
6-UMB
National ranking: NIH awards to public and private dental schools
7-UMB
Number of specialty law programs ranked in top 10 nationally
24
Student to faculty ratio
2014 15
6
2
7
2015 16
11
2
7
2016 17
9
2
7
2017 15
10
2
7
2018 16
10
2
7

Improvement

The value of 7 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 7
2019 17

Not Improved

The value of 17 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 16
9

Improvement

The value of 9 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 10
2

Improvement

The value of 2 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 2
Benchmark Top 10
I
Top 10
I
14
P
Stewardship
Year 41
Expenditures for instruction as percent of total operating expenditures
43
Fund balance increase goal achievement
44
Percent of fundraising goal achieved
42
Expenditures for administration as percent of total operating expenditures
2014 25%
Met goal
66%
9%
2015 25%
Met goal
96%
9%
2016 27%
Met goal
71%
10%
2017 26%
Met goal
106%
11%
2018 25%

Not Improved

The value of 25% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 26%
Met goal
122%
10%

Improvement

The value of 10% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 10%
2019
Met goal

Improvement

The value of Met goal for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 0
81%

Not Improved

The value of 81% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 99.67%
Benchmark 14%
P
Meet goal
B
100%
I
14%
P
Effectiveness & Efficiency
Year 52
Facilities renewal as percent of replacement value
2014 0.8%
2015 0.5%
2016 0.6%
2017 0.8%
2018 0.9%
2019 0.9%

Improvement

The value of 0.9% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 0.77%
Benchmark 2.0%
B
Workforce Development
Year 16-UMB
Number of nursing graduates (BSN, MS, PhD)
17-UMB
Number of pharmacy graduates (PharmD)
18-UMB
Number of dentistry grads (DDS)
2014 614
153
128
2015 666
164
127
2016 636
152
124
2017 614
157
130
2018 698
149
132
2019 735

Improvement

The value of 735 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 649
154

Improvement

The value of 154 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 153
130

Improvement

The value of 130 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 129
Benchmark






University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Dashboard Indicators, reported in 2020
Student: Access, Affordability, and Attainment
Year 1
Average SAT
2
6-year graduation rate
3
Second-year retention rate
4
African-Americans, Hispanics, & Native Americans as % of total undergraduates
5
% of applicants admitted (new freshmen & transfer students)
6
Maryland community college transfers
2014 1214
61%
87%
22%
64%
1,351
2015 1210
63%
87%
23%
63%
1,350
2016 1217
64%
87%
24%
61%
1,380
2017 1251
63%
87%
26%
64%
1,311
2018 1278

Improvement

The value of 1278 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 1226
68%

Improvement

The value of 68% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 63.33%
87%

Improvement

The value of 87% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 87%
26%

Improvement

The value of 26% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 24.33%
62%
1,315
2019
65% 1,309

Not Improved

The value of 1,309 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 1,335
Benchmark 1182-1361

(25th & 75th %ile)

P
73%
P
88%
P
21%
P
Affordability
Year 7
Resident undergraduate tuition & fees
%
chg
8
Percent of undergraduates receiving financial aid
9
Average undergraduate debt burden upon graduation
2014 $10,384 0% 70%
$25,831
2015 $11,006 6% 69%
$26,534
2016 $11,264 2% 70%
$25,505
2017 $11,518 2% 70%
$27,221
2018 $11,778 2% 73%
$26,862

Not Improved

The value of $26,862 for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of $26,420
2019 $12,028 2% 74%
Benchmark
$28,786
Alumni
Year 10
Average undergraduate alumni giving rate
2014 3.6%
2015 3.7%
2016 3.6%
2017 3.9%
2018 3.8%

Improvement

The value of 3.8% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 3.73%
2019
Benchmark
Faculty
Year 21
Average faculty salary
22
Weighted average faculty salary %ile
23
Awards per 100 full-time faculty (over 5-year period)
24
Student to faculty ratio
2014 $94,379
75%
3
19
2015 $96,271
73%
3
19
2016 $97,492
69%
3
19
2017 $99,376
70%
4
18
2018 $100,095
67%
4
19

Improvement

The value of 19 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 19
2019 $98,950

Not Improved

The value of $98,950 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of $98,988
71%

Improvement

The value of 71% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 68.67%
4

Improvement

The value of 4 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 4
Benchmark $92,238
P
85%
B
17
P
Economic Development
Year 31
Total R&D expenditures per full-time faculty
32
U.S. Patents issued
33
Adjusted gross license income received
34
Licenses & options executed
38
Number of start-up companies
2014 $160,823
7
$284,153
1
4
2015 $164,116
12
$180,366
2
7
2016 $165,642
7
$124,645
4
8
2017 $165,701
12
$272,647
4
6
2018 $165,548

Improvement

The value of $165,548 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of $165,153
10
$50,824
0
5
2019
11

Improvement

The value of 11 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 9.67
$1,564,278

Improvement

The value of $1,564,278 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of $149,372
4

Improvement

The value of 4 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 2.67
11

Improvement

The value of 11 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 6.33
Benchmark $184,661
P
Workforce Development
Year 35
Upper Division STEM enrollment
2014 3,582
2015 3,745
2016 3,793
2017 3,819
2018 3,826
2019 3,796

Not Improved

The value of 3,796 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 3,813
Benchmark
Stewardship
Year 41
Expenditures for instruction as percent of total operating expenditures
42
Expenditures for administration as percent of total operating expenditures
43
Fund balance increase goal achievement
44
Percent of fundraising goal achieved
2014 34%
11%
Met goal
84%
2015 34%
11%
Met goal
199%
2016 37%
13%
Met goal
107%
2017 37%
13%
Met goal
108%
2018 38%

Improvement

The value of 38% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 36%
12%

Improvement

The value of 12% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 12.33%
Met goal
116%
2019
Met goal

Improvement

The value of Met goal for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 0
120%

Improvement

The value of 120% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 110.33%
Benchmark 45%
P
12%
P
Meet goal
B
100%
I
Effectiveness & Efficiency
Year 51
Classroom utilization rate
52
Facilities renewal as percent of replacement value
53
Percentage of undergraduate credits generated by non-traditional methods
54
Time to Degree
55
Teaching workload: courses per FTE faculty
2014 65%
0.7%
18.3%
4.5
6.9
2015 62%
0.8%
12.6%
4.3
7.2
2016 59%
0.6%
13.1%
4.6
7.0
2017 58%
0.7%
13.2%
4.7
6.5
2018 58%
0.7%
13.2%
4.3
6.6

Not Improved

The value of 6.6 for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 6.9
2019 51%

Not Improved

The value of 51% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 58.33%
0.7%

Improvement

The value of 0.7% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 0.67%
14.4%

Improvement

The value of 14.4% for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 13.17%
4.4

Improvement

The value of 4.4 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 4.5
Benchmark 66%
S
2.0%
B
10%
B
5.5
B






University of Maryland, College Park
Dashboard Indicators, reported in 2020
Student: Access, Affordability, and Attainment
Year 1
Average SAT
2
6-year graduation rate
3
Second-year retention rate
4
African-Americans, Hispanics, & Native Americans as % of total undergraduates
5
% of applicants admitted (new freshmen & transfer students)
6
Maryland community college transfers
2014 1305
85%
95%
22%
49%
2,234
2015 1306
86%
95%
22%
47%
2,142
2016 1305
87%
95%
23%
49%
1,911
2017 1322
85%
95%
22%
47%
1,986
2018 1352

Improvement

The value of 1352 for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 1311
86%

Improvement

The value of 86% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 86%
95%

Improvement

The value of 95% for 2018 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 95%
21%

Not Improved

The value of 21% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 22.33%
49%
2,014
2019
47% 1,928

Not Improved

The value of 1,928 for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 1,970
Benchmark 1253-1454

(25th & 75th %ile)

P
86%
P
94%
P
14%
P
Affordability
Year 7
Resident undergraduate tuition & fees
%
chg
8
Percent of undergraduates receiving financial aid
9
Average undergraduate debt burden upon graduation
2014 $9,427 0% 66%
$25,131
2015 $9,996 6% 67%
$26,818
2016 $10,182 2% 66%
$27,559
2017 $10,399 2% 65%
$28,122
2018 $10,595 2% 65%
$28,511

Not Improved

The value of $28,511 for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of $27,500
2019 $10,779 2% 62%
Benchmark
$26,246
Alumni
Year 10
Average undergraduate alumni giving rate
2014 6.6%
2015 6.6%
2016 6.1%
2017 5.6%
2018 5.3%

Not Improved

The value of 5.3% for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 6.1%
2019
Benchmark
Faculty
Year 21
Average faculty salary
22
Weighted average faculty salary %ile
23
Awards per 100 full-time faculty (over 5-year period)
24
Student to faculty ratio
2014 $122,160
94%
4
18
2015 $125,559
95%
5
17
2016 $124,155
86%
4
17
2017 $131,316
88%
4
18
2018 $131,506
81%
5
18

Not Improved

The value of 18 for 2018 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 17
2019 $131,945

Improvement

The value of $131,945 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of $128,992
78%

Not Improved

The value of 78% for 2019 does not show improvement over the previous three year average of 85%
5

Improvement

The value of 5 for 2019 shows improvement over the previous three year average of 5
Benchmark $116,707
P
85%
B
16
P
Economic Development
Year 31
Total R&D expenditures per full-time faculty
32
U.S. Patents issued
33
Adjusted gross license income received
34
Licenses & options executed
38
Number of start-up companies
2014 $334,681
35
$727,424
21
103
2015 $329,693
44
$847,046
17
94
2016 $337,551
37
$836,035
23
62
2017 $349,400
49
$676,102