Board of Governors of the State University System

Report NumberRelease DateTitle
17-07 6/17 Approximately 42% of Nursing Programs Had Licensure Exam Passage Rates Below the Required Legislative Standard in 2016
17-03 1/17 Review of Florida’s Nursing Education Programs, 2016
16-05 7/16 Approximately 42% of Nursing Programs Had Licensure Exam Passage Rates Below the Required Legislative Standard in 2015
16-02 1/16 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2015
15-07 7/15 Over One-Third of Nursing Programs Had Licensure Exam Passage Rates Below the Required Legislative Standard in 2014
15-04 1/15 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2014 (Revised August 2015)
14-10 5/14 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2012-13
14-03 1/14 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2013, While Licensure Exams Passage Rates of New Programs Declined
13-09 6/13 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2011-12
13-03 1/13 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2012 with Increases in Program Capacity, Student Enrollment, and Graduates
12-07 5/12 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2010-2011
12-04 1/12 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2011 with Significant Increases in Student Enrollment and Graduates
11-19 9/11 The Florida Solar Energy Center Eliminated the Backlog for Testing and Certification and Reduced its Reliance on State Funds
11-18 5/11 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2009-10
11-09 2/11 The Board of Governors Has Developed a Funding Formula and Uniform Reporting Procedures for Medical Education Programs
11-08 2/11 Students with Developmental Disabilities Have Limited Postsecondary Options; A New Institution Would Expand Choices but Require Additional State Funding
11-06 1/11 Board of Nursing Addressed Statutory Changes; Nursing Program Capacity Expanded in 2009-10
10-43 5/10 University Implementation and State Oversight of Common Program Prerequisites Has Improved
10-41 5/10 Increased Accountability and Oversight of University Centers and Institutes Is Needed
10-37 4/10 Supplemental Report: Profiles of State University Health Centers
10-14 1/10 Since Implementing Statutory Changes, the State Board of Nursing Has Approved More Nursing Programs; the Legislature Should Address Implementation Issues
10-01 1/10 Most AA Graduates Pursue Baccalaureate Degrees, but Many Lack Information About Articulation Policies
09-40 12/09 University Students Pay $68 Million for Health Services; Mandating Health Insurance Would Produce Benefits But Raise Uninsured Students’ Cost of Attendance 5% to 7%
09-30 6/09 University Students Benefit from Acceleration Courses, But Often Retake Math and Science Courses
09-28 6/09 Production of Teachers Who Remain in the Classroom Varies by Preparation Program
09-25 4/09 More State Direction Could Increase the Utilization of Higher Education Classrooms
09-22 3/09 Several Universities Have Improved Systems to Track Student Progress
09-21 3/09 More Than 17% of Acceleration Courses and Exams Do Not Result in College Credit, Which Costs State Almost $6 Million
09-20 3/09 State Universities Are Generally Following the Statewide Course Numbering System in Awarding Appropriate Transfer Credit
09-19 3/09 Medical Education Program Funding Model Must Address Institutional Variations and Data Limitations
09-17 3/09 Florida Solar Energy Center Conducts Research and Development; Legislature Could Direct Fee Increases and Drop Certification Requirement
09-12 2/09 Modifying Advanced Placement Program Incentive Funding Could Produce Significant Cost Savings
08-50 9/08 Workforce Estimating Conference Streamlined; University Funding Is Not Directly Tied to Workforce Demand
08-36 6/08 Medical Education Funding Is Complex; Better Expenditure Data Is Needed
08-11 3/08 Inconsistent Implementation of Common Prerequisites Creates Barriers to Effective 2+2 Articulation
07-36 8/07 Supplemental Report: Profiles of Selected University Centers and Institutes
07-35 8/07 University Centers and Institutes Report Many Benefits; the Oversight Process Needs to Be Strengthened
06-75 12/06 Progress Report: Legislature Has Clarified Authority for Implementing Changes to Setting Higher Education Tuition and Fees
06-58 8/06 Progress Report: Excess Hours Cost State $62 Million Annually; University Actions May Help Address Problem
04-51 8/04 Progress Report: IFAS Evaluating Fees, But Has Not Made Any Modifications to Previous Consolidation Plans
02-40 7/02 Special Examination of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
96-01 7/96 Review of Florida's Eminent Scholar and Major Gift Challenge Grant Programs
94-07 10/94 Assessment of the Revised State University System Accountability Plan
12187 11/93 Assessment of the State University System of Florida Accountability Plan
11199 4/89 Performance Audit of the State University System Admission-by-Exception Program Administered by the Board of Regents
11144 12/88 Performance Audit of the State University System Purchasing Practices
10722 7/86 Performance Audit of the Florida Mental Health Institute of the University of South Florida
10670 4/86 Performance Audit of the Eminent Scholars Program of the State University System
10635 12/85 Performance Audit of the Administration of the Construction and Renovation Program within the State University System