Compendium of Budget Information for the 2014 General Session
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In 2006, USU restructured the existing Continuing Education organization and created a university regional campus system, which includes distance education. The reporting line moved to the Provost's Office and reinforced the concept of one university, one faculty, one degree, and one curriculum.
Area regional campuses and distance education centers offer USU academic courses and degree programs in underserved and rural communities. USU has four line items for the regional campuses and distance education centers, one of which is the USU Tooele Regional Campus, which also includes the USU Salt Lake Center.
The Campus offers 33 degrees (assoicate's and bachelor's) to students.
Education delivery at the Tooele Regional Campus includes 47% face-to-face, 30% broadcast, and 23% online.
The following laws govern the operations of regional campuses and distance education centers:
Performance measures (Degrees Conferred, FTE Student Enrollment, and Graduation Rates) for Regional Campuses are included in the Education and General line item.
For more detail about a particular source of finance or organizational unit, click a linked entry in the left column of the table(s) below.
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COBI contains unaudited data as presented to the Legislature by state agencies at the time of publication. For audited financial data see the State of Utah's Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports.