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Technology Fee Advisory Committee Fee Request How We Serve Students Core technologies for all students, including: Lab computing Instrumented Active classrooms learning spaces How We Serve Students (Cont.) Core technologies for all students

(Cont.): Advanced Learning classroom tools management Residential technologies How We Serve Students (Cont.) Core technologies for all students (Cont.): Real time help Equipment

checkout Training and workshops Student Technology Services State of the IT Division Have continued to grow Meeting current needs with staff losses

Shifting of NDUS costs to NDSU Functional Consolidation IT Divisions Future Impact on Students Continued growth in network resources Continued growth in support and training services Classroom

technology needs continue to grow Expanding possibilities integrating between classroom and outside of class services Current Technology Fee Funding Fee per credit - $8.44 Fee per semester - $101.28 Fee

per year - $202.56 Estimated Overall collections - $2.6m percentage of Student Fee 16% Current Technology Fee Funding (Cont.) FY17TechFee Expenditures Infrastructure Wireless, $121,025 , 3% Other, $313,569 , 7% Infrastructure Nonspecific,

$410,959 , 9% Staff, $2,073,383 , 47% Equipment, $534,931 , 12% Software, $486,977 , 11% Students, $420,455 , 10% Staff Operating, $43,270 , 1% Current Technology Fee Funding (Cont.) Install base: 172

classrooms (155 general purpose) 33 computer labs in 22 buildings (26) 41 student collab and general use locations 1,123 57 classroom and lab computers GoPrint pay stations and 61 student printers Technology Fee Increase Request Proposal One Detail to $.91 Credit

Request Item A. Glenn Hill Center (STEM) 30 Additional Classrooms Student Salary Increase Total Amount per 12 Credits $7.56 ($.63) $0 ($.00) $3.36 ($.28) $10.92 ($.91) Technology Fee Increase Request (Cont.) Proposal One Request Calculations Calculation Credit

Current Request Total $8.44 $.91 $9.35 12-Credit $101.22 $10.92 $112.14

Year $202.44 $21.84 $224.28 Technology Fee Increase Request (Cont.) Fee per credit - $9.35 ($.91 increase) Fee per semester - $112.14 ($10.92) Fee

per year - $224.28 ($21.72) Estimated collections - $2.8m Percentage Overall increase from last years fee 11% percentage of Student Fee stays 16% Reasons for Fee Increase Request No provision for STEM project refresh: 30 general purpose classrooms

Advanced classrooms SCALE-UP, wet labs, etc. 48-person computer lab Many general use computers, print station, and huddle room systems Reasons for Fee Increase Request (Cont.) Full instrumented classrooms: 30, 19% 30, 19%

97, 62% Pre FY13 Post FY13 Post STEM Reasons for Fee Increase Request (Cont.) Retain IT student workers: IT needs tech-savvy students Lost good student workers Walmart

starts at $10 Schedule flexibility matched off-campus Reasons for Fee Increase Request (Cont.) Funding hasnt kept pace: Expenses Central are over 50% higher than collections University resources bolster until FY2019 Maintenance Starting NDUS

cost increase by ~5% annually 7/18, funding is in deficit service agreements dramatically reduced Reasons for Fee Increase Request (Cont.) Millions Tech Fee Revenue and Expense 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

2017 2018 2019 Revenue 2020 Expense 2021 2022 External Factors A. Glenn Hill Center premised on technology Market

realities for entry level worker rates Shifting of NDUS costs to NDSU Functional Consolidation Maintenance cost increase by ~5% annually Impact of Technology Fee Technology Fee is essential for IT Division: 40%

of budget which can support student technologies 100% Has of student worker funding allowed requests such as wireless to permeate more quickly Impact of Technology Fee Other revenue sources and Tech Fee impact: Appropriated funds diminishing and not intended to replace Technology Fee NDUS

service agreements diminished rapidly Local funds cannot be used for anything other than intended purposes Historical Context of Technology Fee Year Credit Semester Year Pre-2004 $4.58 $55

$110 2004 2007 approved staged increase $6.88 $61 $165 2012 approved increase $8.12 $97 $195 2013 approved increase

$8.44 $101 $203 2016 increase not approved $9.61 $115 $230 2017 request (proposal one) $9.35 $112

$224 Historical Context of Technology Fee Current performance and student response: Continued to adjust to drastic budget changes Increased wireless performance and coverage Classroom technology is now consistently high and expanded

Historical Context of Technology Fee 2015 rates in North Dakota: $600 $499 $495 $500 $400 $312 $300 $261 $171 $200 $100 $- $55

$72 $75 $82 $72 $101 $115 $60 $72 Contingency Plan Proposal Two Item A. Glenn Hill Center (STEM) 30 Additional Classrooms Student Salary Increase Total Amount per 12 Credits $7.57 ($.63)

$0 ($.00) $0 ($.00) $7.57 ($.63) Contingency Plan (Cont.) No additional Technology Fee funds: Continue to explore alternative funding sources Prioritize Move refreshes as funds available to break/fix model Lower

standard of classroom technology How We Plan to Improve Streamlined More focus on service People New resources extenders account management system Continued Piloting

virtualization pilot emerging technology Questions and Feedback

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