University of Puerto Rico

Fiscal Plan
April 30, 2017 - San Juan, Puerto Rico

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Cash Flows Measures

Institutional Profile

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I. Introduction

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Guiding Principles of the UPR Fiscal Plan
1. Seeks to meet the fiduciary responsibility of the 6. Commits to its fiscal responsibility with specific
University with Puerto Rico while maintaining revenues and expenditures measures to support the
institutional integrity and financial stability. achievement of its strategic sustainable
management goal.
2. Protects the necessary human, financial, technical,
and capital resources needed to support the 7. Nurtures the innovation and transformation of
sustained achievement of the UPR mission. academic endeavors, research and the creation of
knowledge, as well as its technological structures.
3. Centers on the strengthening of the diversity and
uniqueness that characterizes the UPR System for 8. Reinforces institutional capacities without affecting
the successful attainment of the UPR 2017-2022 access, social responsibility, quality of services and
Strategic Plan. professional and vocational success of its
constituents.
4. Recognizes the complexities of the external
environment aiming to position itself as a key 9. Prioritizes administrative and academic
contributor to the development of local economies. transformations that are guided by efficiency and
effectiveness criteria.
5. Aims to champion social, cultural, and economic
growth in alignment with the needs and priorities of 10. Allows for the development of capacity and
the private and public sectors while strengthening creativity among teaching and non-teaching
the academic experience. personnel to implement the necessary changes.

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OUR Commitment to Puerto Rico

UPR Strategic Plan 2017-2022

Educational Service to
Environment Research and Diverse Sustainability
Creative Work Communities STUDENT
To enhance and To attain
differentiate To increase sources To promote growth operational
academic of external funding in local economies efficiencies and to SUCCESS
programs and to secure and to value secure fiscal
according to higher patents cultural and artistic stability
learning trends expressions

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UPR Overview
Government of Puerto Rico appropriations are the
main source of the University revenues.

Additional revenues are derived from:
• Tuition and fees
• Federal grants
• Patient services
• Interest income
• Other sources

The University is in good accreditation standing with
the Middle States Commission on Higher Education,
the regional accreditation entity of the eleven units
that comprise the University of Puerto Rico system.

The University is exempt from the payment of
taxes on its revenues and properties.

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Revenue Sources

The University’s main sources of revenue from the Government of Puerto Rico for
the current fiscal year ending on June 30, 2016-17 are:
þ UPR Appropriation Formula from Act No. 2, 1966 $ 833.9M
þ Additional Appropriations for Essential Services provided by the UPR
to the Government of Puerto Rico through Medical School,
Puerto Rico Seismic Network, Technology Assistance Program and
other programs for Student Financial Assistance $ 38.5M
þ Revenues from the Gambling Law, Act No. 36, 2005 (slot machines)
for operating expenses and debt service $ 62.0M

âTotal Appropriations from the Government of Puerto Rico $ 934.4M

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Trends in Puerto Rico Population 2010 to 2015
ü The population of Puerto Rico decreased 6.6% ü There was a decrease in population in the age
between 2010 and 2015. groups:
ü The main reasons for the population decline are the ü Under 20 years old of 175,139 or 17.3%.
massive emigration and low population growth. ü Between 20-24 years old of 5.10%.

25% 19.8%
20% 15.0% 14.2% 16.0%
15% 12.2%
10%
5%
0%
-5% 0.0%
-3.0%
-10% -5.1% -5.0%
-7.3% -7.9% -9.0% -9.3%
-15%
-15.8% -14.3% -15.7%
-20%
-18.6%
-25% -21.3%
Under 5 to 9 10 to 15 to 20 to 25 to 30 to 35 to 40 to 45 to 50 to 55 to 60 to 65 to 70 to 75 to 80 to 85
5 years years 14 19 24 29 34 39 44 49 54 59 64 69 74 79 84 years
years years years years years years years years years years years years years years years and
over

Source: US Census Bureau, Population Estimates 2010-2015

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Student Market Projection 2015-2025

The Puerto Rico Planning Board projected
a decrease in Puerto Rico’s population of:
ü 8.2% of the total population
from 2015 to 2025. Age Population Population Percent
Difference
Group 2015 2025 change
ü 22.5% in the population
between 15 to19 years 15-19 246,299 190,978 (55,321) -22.5%
of old for 2025. 20-24 262,806 270,652 7,846 3.0%
25-29 211,907 167,682 (44,225) -20.9%

Source: Puerto Rico Planning Board, Population Projections
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II. Cash Flows Measures

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Summary of Cash Flows Measures
The UPR Fiscal Plan considers a reduction in the annual appropriation from the Government of Puerto Rico of
$241 million by fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, as indicated by the Governor of Puerto Rico on his letter to the
Financial Oversight and Management Board on March 20, 2017.
Fiscal Years Ending June 30,
2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026

Expense Reduction Measures $ 91.50 $ 125.67 $ 149.20 $ 166.04 $ 167.46 $ 166.04 $ 164.61 $ 163.18 $ 162.32

Revenue Measures $ 57.50 $ 54.33 $ 60.80 $ 74.96 $ 73.54 $ 74.96 $ 76.39 $ 77.82 $ 78.68

Total Impact of Measures $ 149.00 $ 180.00 $ 210.00 $ 241.00 $ 241.00 $ 241.00 $ 241.00 $ 241.00 $ 241.00

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Expense Reduction Measures

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Expense Reduction Measures (Cash Outflows)
(changes in $ millions)
Expenses Reduction Measures
(Cash Outflows) FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026
Reduction to Central Administration
and Other Systemic Services $ 9.00 $ 10.00 $ 18.00 $ 20.00 $ 20.00 $ 20.00 $ 20.00 $ 20.00 $ 20.00
Reorganization of Administrative
Structures and Academic Support
Services 5.00 16.00 25.00 25.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00
Procurement and General Expense
Reductions 17.50 24.67 26.20 36.04 32.46 31.04 29.61 28.18 27.32
Adjustments to Employees Medical
Insurance, Christmas Bonus 25.00 25.00 30.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00
Reduction on Institutional Capital
Improvements Reserve Fund 19.00 34.00 34.00 34.00 34.00 34.00 34.00 34.00 34.00
Debt Service Payment Reduction 16.00 16.00 16.00 16.00 16.00 16.00 16.00 16.00 16.00
Total Expenses Reductions Measures
(Cash Outflows) $ 91.50 $ 125.67 $ 149.20 $ 166.04 $ 167.46 $ 166.04 $ 164.61 $ 163.18 $ 162.32

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Assumptions of Expense Reduction Measures
1. Reduction in Central Administration
and Other Systemic Service Costs
The UPR is evaluating the budget assigned to
every cost center with the objective of reducing
the expenses to a sustainable level to all units.
The analysis will include:
ü Reduction in the operating budget of the
Central Administration.
ü Optimization the use of institutional funds at
all levels of the UPR.

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Assumptions of Expense Reduction Measures
2. Cost Optimization Plan – Reduction in operating and general expenses
A detailed cost reduction plan optimizes the use of institutional funds.
The following is a brief summary of cost reduction initiatives:

ü Energy savings ü Evaluation of property and casualty
ü Reduction in supplies expense insurance coverage and policies
ü Reduction in lease equipment ü Reduction of property lease
ü Reduction in professional service contracts
ü Reduction in travel expense
ü Renegotiation of service contracts
ü Renegotiation of medical insurance plan

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Assumptions of Expense Reduction Measures

3. Payroll and Related Expenses 4. Capital Improvement Program
ü Freeze payroll increases ü Postpone the investment in new construction facilities in
ü Freeze and elimination of vacant various campuses.
positions
ü Reduce temporary personnel
5. Medical Insurance Plan
ü Reduce “trust” personnel
ü Maintain the insurance medical plan contribution to
ü Eliminate special bonus to cover direct family members.
administrative employees
ü Evaluate alternatives to reduce the continuous increase
ü Reduce the Christmas Bonus in healthcare spending.
ü Reorganize of administrative and
academic support services

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Reorganization of Administrative and Academic Support Services

Merging phases throughout the UPR System into Major “HUBS”.

Administrative PHASE I PHASE II
Structure RÍO PIEDRAS CAMPUS CAYEY CAMPUS HUB
HUB
* Human Resources • Humacao
• Bayamón • Ponce
* Finance • Carolina
* Budget
* General Services MAYAGÜEZ CAMPUS
HUB
• Aguadilla
• Utuado
• Arecibo

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Revenue Measures

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Revenue Measures (Cash Inflows) – Expected Changes
(changes in $ millions)

Revenue Measures (Cash Inflows) FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026
Tuition Increase, Undergraduate Student
$ 6.74 $ 6.74 $ 6.74 $ 6.74 $ 6.74 $ 6.74 $ 6.74 $ 6.74 $ 6.74
Enrollment (with Pell Grant)
Tuition Increase, Undergraduate Student
25.59 14.74 9.02 7.60 6.17 7.60 9.02 10.45 11.31
Enrollment (without Pell Grant)
Tuition Increase, Graduate Student 3.67 2.86 2.04 1.63 1.63 1.63 1.63 1.63 1.63
Reduction in Special Tuition Exemptions 1.50 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00
Executive Order No. 2017-021 5.00 10.00 10.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00
Department of Education
10.00 10.00 10.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00
(training to teachers and tutoring)
Municipalities Technical Agreements - - 4.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00
PR Science & Technology Trust, patent - - 3.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00
Virtual University - 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00
Other Revenues Initiatives
5.00 6.00 11.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00
(i.e. external funds, gambling law)
Total Revenue (Cash Inflows) Measures $ 57.50 $ 54.33 $ 60.80 $ 74.96 $ 73.54 $ 74.96 $ 76.39 $ 77.82 $ 78.68

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Assumptions for Revenue Measures
1. Tuition Increase 3. Executive Order 2017-021
Adjustments to the student expected family Develop Government and UPR Agreements and Contracts
contribution (EFC) will be implemented as a through the UPR Interagency Project.
means based tuition policy.
ü On February 15, 2017, the Governor of Puerto Rico,
ü Increase in the undergraduate credit Hon. Ricardo Roselló Nevarez established a
cost to $120 with UPR subsidy up to government public policy to create interagency
100% for students with financial agreements with the University of Puerto Rico.
disadvantage as reported in the
Application for Federal Student Aid. ü The Executive Order mandates governmental agencies
to grant priority to the University of Puerto Rico when a
ü Increase in tuition costs for graduate, training and development program is contracted for
professional and international students employees in the public sector.
(specific credit costs under evaluation).
4. Puerto Rico Science and Technology Patents
2. Special Tuition Exemptions
ü Develop scientific research projects by the
ü Evaluate the special tuition exemption Río Piedras, Mayagüez and Medical Sciences Campuses
policy. to obtain patent rights granted by the Federal
Government and increase royalty revenues.

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Means Based Tuition Model for Undergraduate Students
Expected Family Contribution or % of Total Proposed Subsidy Net Cost per Estimated Total
Number of % of Estimated New
EFC (number that determines Undergraduate Cost per per Credit after Amount in Actual Income Net Increase1
Students Subsidy Gross Income
students eligibility for federal aid) Students Credit Credit Subsidy Subsidy
0 - 499 28,177 50% 100% $ 120 $ 64 $ 56 $ 50,492,536 $ 44,180,969 $ 44,180,969 -
500 - 999 2,043 4% 90% $ 120 $ 58 $ 62 $ 3,295,443 $ 3,570,063 $ 3,203,903 $ 366,160
1000 - 1499 2,001 4% 80% $ 120 $ 51 $ 69 $ 2,868,660 $ 3,854,762 $ 3,137,597 $ 717,165
1500 - 1999 1,673 3% 70% $ 120 $ 45 $ 75 $ 2,098,450 $ 3,522,399 $ 2,623,063 $ 899,336
2000 - 2499 1,527 3% 60% $ 120 $ 38 $ 82 $ 1,642,265 $ 3,489,814 $ 2,394,970 $ 1,094,844
2500 - 2999 1,160 2% 50% $ 120 $ 32 $ 88 $ 1,039,677 $ 2,859,112 $ 1,819,435 $ 1,039,677
3000 - 3499 900 2% 30% $ 120 $ 19 $ 101 $ 483,768 $ 2,539,782 $ 1,410,990 $ 1,128,792
3500 - 3850 523 1% 20% $ 120 $ 13 $ 107 $ 187,324 $ 1,568,836 $ 819,541 $ 749,295
≥ 3851 1,196 2% 10% $ 120 $ 6 $ 114 $ 214,301 $ 3,803,839 $ 1,875,132 $ 1,928,707
Undergraduate Student
16,800 30% 0% $ 120 - $ 120 - $ 56,448,000 $ 26,342,400 $ 30,105,600
Enrollment (w/o. Pell Grant)
Total Undergraduate
56,000 100% $ 62,322,424 $ 125,837,576 $ 87,808,000 $ 38,029,576
Students
Allowance for Tuition Exemptions $ (18,875,636) $ (13,171,200) $ (5,704,436)
Net Estimated Income from Tuition $ 106,961,939 $ 74,636,800 $ 32,325,139

1. Net Increase does not include inflation adjustment

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Assumptions for Revenue Measures: Enrollment Projection

Short-Term Strategy Long-Term Strategy Enrollment
Goal
UPR Promotion & Recruitment and Enrollment approximately
Management Plan 56,000
Recruitment Plan
students.

62,000
62,000
59,000

56,000 57,800

55,700 56,000
55,400 55,200
53,000 54,700 54,200 54,700

FY FY FY FY FY FY FY FY FY
2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Total Undergraduate Students (with Pell Grant) 39,200 39,200 39,200 39,200 39,200 39,200 39,200 39,200 39,200
Total Undergraduate Students (without Pell Grant) 16,800 13,000 11,000 10,500 10,000 10,500 11,000 11,500 11,800
Total Graduate Students 6,000 5,600 5,200 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000

62,000 57,800 55,400 54,700 54,200 54,700 55,200 55,700 56,000

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Assumptions for Revenue Measures
5. Virtual University 8. Other Initiatives
ü Development of online academic offering to The University of Puerto Rico is seeking other
expand local services and enhance outreach to revenue initiatives in order to generate more
prospective international students. resources to the entity. Among these initiatives
are:
6. New Service Contracts with the ü UPR Foundation
Department of Education ü External funding by other federal
ü Establishment of collaborative agreements agencies and private foundations
with the Puerto Rico Department of Education ü Medical Cannabis Project
(PRDE) to provide training and mentoring to ü License Plates
the teachers of the PRDE.
ü Vehicle Registration Sticker (Marbete)
7. New training and development contracts with ü “Ley de Apoyo Financiero UPR”
local municipalities of Puerto Rico. ü Course Repetition Policy
ü Establishment of alliances with local
municipalities to provide educational and
training services.

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III. Institutional Profile

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Organic Law
Founded in 1903 Mission
The University of Puerto Rico To serve the people of Puerto Rico and contribute to the
(the University) is a state development and enjoyment of the fundamental, ethical
supported university system and esthetic values of Puerto Rican culture, and committed
created by Law No. 1 to the ideals of a democratic society.
of January 20, 1966, To advance its mission, the University strives to provide
“Law of the University high quality education and create new knowledge in the
of Puerto Rico” Arts, Sciences and Technology.
(“Act No. 1”), as amended.

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Governing Board
The University is a public corporation of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico governed by a
fourteen-member Governing Board composed of:

Eight members
The Secretary of One ex-officio
appointed by
the Department member of the
the Governor of
Two tenured Two full-time of Education of Fiscal Agency
Puerto Rico and
professors students Puerto Rico and Financial
confirmed by
becomes ex- Advisory
the Senate of
officio member Authority
Puerto Rico

• The President of the University, appointed by the • The Chancellors, appointed by the Board of
Board of Governors, is the Chief Executive Officer Governors following the recommendation of the
(CEO) of the Institution. President of the University, under the President’s
oversight.

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Organization and Governance
Governing Board

President University Board

Río Piedras Mayagüez Medical UPR UPR UPR UPR UPR UPR UPR UPR
Campus University Science Aguadilla Arecibo Bayamón Carolina Cayey Humacao Ponce Utuado
Campus Campus

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Institutional Units: Location
Founded in 1903, UPR is the only state supported university system, comprised of 11 campuses
strategically located throughout the Island of Puerto Rico, encompassing three Carnegie Classifications.

UPR at Aguadilla UPR at Arecibo
UPR at Bayamón UPR at Carolina
Río Piedras Campus
Mayagüez Medical Science Campus
UPR at Utuado
University
Campus UPR at Humacao
UPR at Cayey
UPR at Ponce

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Institutional Accreditation and Licensing Compliance

MSCHE accreditation is
fundamental for the
Since 1946, the UPR maintains financial stability of the
institutional accreditation by University.
the Middle States Commission Without this
on Higher Education (MSCHE) accreditation the
as its leading credential to University would not be
validate and strengthen the authorized to manage
quality and integrity of its Title IV funds.
endeavors in the framework of This is one of the basic
internationally recognized requirements
standards. established by the US
Department of
Education.

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Faculty Profile
4,887 faculty members
Other Degrees, 182 , 4%

Baccalaureate, 108 , 2%

Masters, 1,598 , 33%

Doctorate, 2,999 , 61%

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Academic Offerings Across the UPR System
Undergraduate Graduate
ü 38 Associate Degrees ü 6 First Professional Level Degrees: J.D., M.D., D.M.D., PharmD and Au.D.
ü 239 Baccalaureates ü 15 Graduate Certificates
ü 200 Articulated Transfer Programs ü 119 Masters
between campuses leading to ü 34 Ph. D.’s and Professional Doctorates
Baccalaureate Degrees ü 41 Medicine and Dental Medicine Residency Programs

Certifications and other specializations
694 degree granting academic programs 58% of academic Examples:
and professional certification programs in: programs are The Business Administration School at the Río Piedras Campus is
• Arts susceptible to accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of
professional Business (AACSB), making it the first public business school to
• Sciences accreditation. achieve this distinction in the Caribbean Region.
• Business Of these 87% are Less than 5% of the 13,000 business schools worldwide have
• Engineering already accredited. achieved this prestigious recognition.
• Technology

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List of Specialized Accreditations
ü ABET – CAC ü Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information
ü ABET - ETAC Management Education
ü Accreditation Commission for Midwifery Education ü Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education
ü Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration ü Commission on Accreditation of Ophthalmic Medical Programs
(ACPHA) ü Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
ü Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) ü Computing Accreditation Commission, ABET, Inc.
ü Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics ü Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation.
ü Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education ü Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs
ü Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education, American
Occupational Therapy Association ü Council on Education for Public Health
ü Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass ü Council on Rehabilitation Education
Communication (ACEJAC) ü Council on Social Work Education
ü American Alliance of Museums ü Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission, ABET, Inc.
ü American Bar Association ü International Association of Counseling Services
ü American Chemical Society ü Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology and
ü American College of Nurse Midwives Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
ü American Dental Association ü Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
ü American Physical Therapy Association ü Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine
ü American Psychological Association
ü American Society of Cytopathology Technology
ü American Speech-Language-Hearing Association ü Liaison Committee on Medical Education
ü American Veterinary Medical Association ü National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences
ü Association of American Laws Schools ü National Architectural Accrediting Board
ü Association of College and Research Libraries, American Libraries ü National Association for the Education of Young Children
Association ü National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration
ü Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business ü National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission
ü National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)
ü Planning Accreditation Board

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Across Components

• Conferring over 487 Ph.D.'s
in the last 5 years,
Graduate close to 50% in Science and Technology.
Academic
Programs

• More than 90% of research and
scholarly articles published in indexed
and peer reviewed in Puerto Rico
produced by the UPR faculty and their
Research students.

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Student Profile
Enrollment Data – Trends 2012-13 to 2016-17

64,000
62,182
62,000
60,351
60,000
57,772 58,104
58,000 57,482

56,000
54,000
2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

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Student Profile
Applications, Admissions and Freshmen Enrollment
20,000 18,350
17,798
18,000
15,599 16,127
15,528
16,000 14,295 14,245
14,000 12,514 13,024
12,383 12,260 12,374
12,000 10,849 10,771 11,278

10,000
8,000
6,000
4,000
2,000
-
2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
Applications 15,599 15,528 16,127 17,798 18,350
Admissions 12,383 12,514 13,024 14,295 14,245
Freshmen Enrollment 10,849 10,771 11,278 12,260 12,374

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Tuition and Academic Costs: Federal Pell Grant Program Amounts
Annual maximum amount Percentage of Pell Grant Participants 2006 - 2015
to be eligible for 70,000 78.0%
Pell Grant Award $5,920 75.1%
76.0%
60,000 73.6%
74.0%
71.8%
$5,815 50,000 70.7%
69.5% 69.6%
72.0%

$5,775 40,000
68.8% 70.0%

$5,730 65.5%
68.0%

66.0%
30,000
63.1%
$5,645
62.8% 64.0%
20,000 62.0%

60.0%
10,000
58.0%

0 56.0%

2006-2007

2007-2008

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016
2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

Undergraduate Enrollment
Matrícula Total Sub Graduada Pell Grant Participants
Total Participantes FPell %Participation
% Participación

ü Since 2006-2007, the participation of students receiving financial
assistance from the Federal Pell Grant has been over 60%.
ü The highest Pell Grant participation percentage was
75.1% in 2011-2012.
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UPR Retirement Plan
The Governing Board of the University establishes q Funded Ratio of the UPR’s Retirement Plan
contribution rates to the Retirement System based on as of Jan 1st:
an actuarially predetermined rate recommended by an
independent actuary at the beginning of the fiscal year. 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
q The actuarially predetermined rate is the estimated 41.0% 39.7% 40.8% 43.9% 46.6%
amount to finance the costs of benefits earned by
employees during the year, with an additional
amount to finance any unfunded liability. q The funded ratio would be adversely affected by
the cost reduction plan that will be implemented as
q The University is required to contribute the part of the Fiscal Plan required by the Financial
difference between the actuarially predetermined Oversight and Management Board.
rate and the contribution rate of employees.
q The University contributed 17.8% of covered
employee payroll.
q The University’s contributions to the Retirement
System amounted to approximately $88,251,000.

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