2019 Annual Report Cover - Our Year in Review

President's Message

Academics

2018-19 Enrollment

Curriculum Education (Degree) Enrollment: 30,081 plus Workforce Continuing Education (Non-degree) Enrollment: 43,511 equals Total Students: 73,592

Source: Wake Tech Institutional Effectiveness and Research Department, Colleague Student Information System, Informer Archived Enrollment Data at census point

Curriculum (Degree) FTE: 17,557 plus Workforce Continuing Education (Non-degree) FTE: 4,222 equals Total FTE 21,779

Source: North Carolina Community College System Fiscal Year 2019-20 State Aid Baseline Budget document

University Transfer Enrollment

7,385 AA - Associate in Arts | 3,483 AS - Associate in Science | 934 AE - Associate in Engineering | 241 AFA - Associate in Fine Arts | 247 Early College Associate Degree | Equals 12,290 University Transfer Students

Career Program Enrollment

12,553 - AAS Associate in Applied Science | 407 Diploma Only  1,158 CERTIFICATE Only  14,118 Total Career Program Students

Other Enrollment

1,053 - Career and College Promise—Transfer Focus Pathways | 2,620 - Special Studies

Source: Wake Tech Institutional Effectiveness and Research Department, Colleague Student Information System, Informer Archived Enrollment Data at census point

Largest Enrollments by Degree

7, 385 - Associate in Arts | 3,483 - Associate in Science

Source: Wake Tech Institutional Effectiveness and Research Department, Colleague Student Information System, Informer Archived Enrollment at census point

General Business Admin-986|Assoc in Engineering-934|Computer Programming-515|Accounting=508|Cyber Security-476|Nursing-391|Criminal Justice-368|Graphic Design-358|Network Management-299|Early Childhood Education-295|Human Resources Management-245|Assoc in Fine Arts-241|Medical Billing-232|Health/Fitness-216|Construction-208|Marketing-206|Automotive Systems-184|HVAC-176|Culinary Arts-174|Healthcare Admin-160|Cosmetology-156|Criminal Justice-142|Welding-141

Source: Wake Tech Institutional Effectiveness and Research Department, Colleague Student Information System, Informer Archived Enrollment at census point

Credentials Awarded

3,005 Associate Degrees Awarded, 191 Diplomas Awarded, 4,465 Certificates Awarded

Source: Wake Tech Institutional Effectiveness and Research Department, Colleague Student Information System, Informer Archived Data

Total Credentials -7,661

Top Transfer Destinations

Appalachian State, Campbell University, East Carolina University, UNC-Greensboro, NC-A and T, NC State, NC Central, UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Charlotte, UNC Wilmington, William Peace

Source: Wake Tech Strategic Innovations Division, and National Student Clearinghouse

New Degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates

Radiography Re-accreditation

On October 3, 2018, the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) confirmed the re-accreditation of Wake Tech’s Radiography program. The Associate in Applied Science degree program is re-accredited through the year 2026.

“The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology Directors and staff congratulate you and the program faculty for achieving the maximum award of accreditation from the JRCERT and wish you continuing success in your efforts to provide a quality educational program.”

Highlights

Excellence Awards

Alexandre Pennington Academic Excellence Award
Traci Rowe - Faculty of the Year
Dr. Carlos McCormick - Staff of the Year
Student Achievement Awards

Nicolle Lavertu - Health Sciences
Allison Donnenwirth - Computer Technologies
Benjamin Coleman - Mathematics, Sciences, & Engineering
Benjamin Averitt - Applied Engineering & Technologies
Alexandre Pennington - Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences
Dayra Gonzalez - Business & Public Services Technologies

Samantha Brown - Education Services & Technology
Anna Clay McAdams - Career & Employment Services
Ian Gibbons - Career & Employment Services
Matt Smith - College Development
Savannah Vince - Workforce Continuing Education
Carlos McCormick - Instructional Support
Ben Jenkins - Information Technology Services
Ashley Douglass - Curriculum Education Services

Staff Excellence Recipients
Excellence in Teaching Recipients

Traci Rowe - Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences
Estelle Alston - Health Sciences
Richard Moore - Applied Engineering & Technologies
William Graham - Professional Services & Vocational Training
Eric Stopka - Business & Public Services Technology
Christina Migielicz - Academic Success & Transition Resources
Julie Evans - Computer Technologies
Julia Smith - Mathematics, Sciences, & Engineering

Innovations

New Leadership

Stellar Students

Outreach and Partnerships

2018-19 Financial Summary

Income

INCOME : Student Tuition and Fees: 33,380,312.15 (15.79%) | State Government: 89,037,600.09 (42.11%) | Local Government (Operating & Construction): 46,231,659.21 (21.86%) | Federal Government: 29,473,808.20 (13.94%) | Grants: 8,672,969.13 (4.10%) | Other Sources: 4,666,196.72 (2.21%) | Total: 211,462,545.50 (100.00%)

Expenses

EXPENSES : Salaries and Benefits: 131,210,904.69 (67.09%) | Supplies and Materials: 17,406,323.26 (8.90%) | Services: 23,670,212.07 (12.10%) |  Scholarship and Fellowships: 19,700,956.58 (10.07%) | Other Expenses: 3,593,502.48 (1.84%) | Total: 195,581,899.08 (100.00%)

Sponsored Programs

Sponsored Programs partners with leaders across the college to raise funds in the form of grants and appropriations from federal, state, and local governments as well as foundations to foster innovation and address the unmet needs of the college. The Sponsored Programs team also provides grant management and compliance support to ensure the college achieves maximum impact from sponsored programs in support of student success. Wake Tech was awarded more than $9.77 million in grants and appropriations in 2018-19, with 24 of its 31 submitted public and private competitive grant proposals receiving funding, and eight submittals pending.

NC Community College System Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA) $5,599,445
NC Community College System BioNetwork Center $1,449,790
NC Community College System Perkins CTE Education $872,428
NC Community College System Virtual Learning Community $110,000
NC Community College System English Literacy and Civics Education $70,540
NC Community College System Corrections Education $57,509
NC Community College System Minority Male info Initiative $122,274
NC Community College System Occupation READY $35,000
NC Division of Health and Human Services Refugee Assistance Project $65,000
State Library of North Carolina Community Connections: Mindfulness and Yoga Techniques $3,000
Triangle J Council of Governments Transportation Demand Management Grant‐Green Trek $83,714
UNC-Chapel Hill TEACCH TEACCH School Transition to Employment and Post‐Secondary Education $63,170
UNC-Chapel Hill Gear Up Program $7,876
NCSU Office of Outreach & Engagement College Opportunities for Networking, Exposure, Collaboration and Training in Special Education $2,000
John M. Belk Endowment Finish First NC $554,046
Lumina Foundation Finish First NC $200,000
Anonymous Foundation Cybersecurity and Data Virtualization Equipment $250,000
Wells Fargo Foundation LaunchMyCity Trainings $45,000
Duke Energy Foundation Applied Engineering Technology Scholarships $40,000
PNC Foundation Pathways Male Mentoring and info Scholars $20,000
Sun Trust Foundation Student Money Management Initiative $20,000
Bank of America Foundation Improving Student Upward Mobility $20,000
State Employees Credit Union Foundation Bridge to Career Program $18,000
Accenture Job Training Programs $20,000
Ellucian Impact Award Project COMPASS (Constructing an Online Model to Promote At‐risk Student info) $25,000
Cary Women's Giving Network Fostering Bright Futures $7,000
NC IDEA LaunchMyCity‐ Advanced Training $5,000
Wake Electric Classroom Technology Bioinfomatics Bootcamp $3,000
IME Becas La Plazas Comunitarias $2,000
Association for Butterflies Monarch Meadow & Pollinator Garden $388
ReadSpeaker Educational Software In-Kind
Total: $9,771,180

Foundation Report

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The Wake Tech Foundation partners with private entities and individuals to raise awareness, financial resources, and other assets to support the mission of Wake Technical Community College. The Foundation is committed to preserving and enhancing the resources with which it is entrusted through accuracy, transparency, and good stewardship. It provides opportunities for the professional development of faculty and staff and supports student achievement through scholarships and other forms of assistance.

2018-19 FINANCIAL REPORT

Income Chart: Gifts in Kind-$3,077,000; Other Income-$46,000; Investment Income-$657,000; Contributions-$2,375,000; Product Sales-$20,000;  Income Total  $6,177,000
Expenses Chart: College and Student Support-$3,400,000; Management & General-$841,000; Fundraising-$510,000; Expenses Total-$4,750,000

Donors

Wake Technical Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates.  Contact the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Wake Technical Community College.