State Performance Measures

1. Freshman to Sophomore Retention Rate: The University of Missouri System met its target through sustained excellence. The Fall 2009 - Fall 2011 rate of 82.5 percent decreased to 82.1 percent in Fall 2010 - Fall 2012 but is above the benchmark rate of 82.0 percent.

2. Six-Year (150 percent Time) Cohort Graduation Rates: The University of Missouri System met its target through improved performance and sustained excellence. The Fall 2004 - Fall 2006 rate of 64.5 percent increased to 64.8 percent in Fall 2005 - Fall 2007, which exceeds the sustained excellence rate of 57.6 percent.

3. Improvements on Professional/Occupational Licensure Tests: The University of Missouri System met its target through sustained excellence. The FY10-FY12 rate of 95.6 percent decreased to 95.2 percent in FY12-FY14 but exceeds the benchmark rate of 90.0 percent.

4. Percent of Total Education and General Expenditures Expended on the Core Mission: The University of Missouri System met its target through sustained excellence. The FY10-FY12 rate of 76.2 percent decreased to 75.5 percent in FY11-FY13 but exceeded the benchmark rate of 70.4 percent.

5. Business and Industry Sponsored R&D Expenditures for Science and Engineering in $1,000s: The University of Missouri System met its target through improved performance. The total expenditures increased from $10,234 in FY09 -FY11 to $11,102 in FY10-FY12.

6. Graduate Outcomes: Job placement of Bachelor degree recipient in job appropriate at degree level.

UM system has been awarded all performance funding available to date - $57.1 million.