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ItemThe Texas State University System Online Education Annual Report, November 2018(2018-11) SHSU OnlineThe Texas State University System is leading online education into the future. Any doubt about that can be set aside by simply looking at the numbers. When it comes to online education, TSUS is seizing the initiative. As of Fall 2018, among the six public university systems in Texas, TSUS leads the way in the percentage of students pursuing their degrees fully online, with 14%. The Texas State University System is uniquely positioned to move forward as the state’s leader in online education. Courses and degree programs offered online are increasingly important tools within the Texas State University System to address issues of both college access and student success. TSUS institutions plan to increase online education opportunities to support the growing interest among Texas students and families. Over the past six years, the number of degree programs offered fully online and semester credit hours earned online have increased dramatically. Through programs offered online, students can log on to class using any computer with internet access—at home, at work, at the local library, or on campus, and anytime—24 hours a day, seven days a week. ItemThe Texas State University System Online Education Annual Report, November 2019(2019-11) SHSU OnlineWhile colleges and universities have been facing overall declines in enrollment in recent years, distance (online) education has been the exception. As of Fall 2019, among the six public university systems in Texas, TSUS continues to lead the way in the percentage of students pursuing their degrees fully online, up 1% from last year with 15%. Making online education a priority is an appropriate response to the rapid growth in online programs nationwide. By enthusiastically adopting the emerging technologies and best practices related to online education, TSUS institutions have staked a claim in the rapid growth of online education. The Texas State University System continues to lead online education into the future. ItemThe Texas State University System Online Education Annual Report, November 2020(2020-11) SHSU Online2020 has been a year of unprecedented challenges—for higher education and for virtually every other part of American and global society. With the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic early in the year, which also brought a powerful economic disruption with it, 2020 is a year we will never forget. The implications for higher education are profound. This report will demonstrate the many ways in which the Texas State University System and its institutions have responded to the unique challenges of 2020 and will provide a glimpse of how we will continue to address those challenges in the years to come. ItemThe Texas State University System Online Education Annual Report, November 2021(2021-11) SHSU OnlineWith the pandemic-driven increase in online education over the past year, a growing focus has developed on the quality of the experience in TSUS institutions. The quest for higher quality has taken several forms, from online departments finding new ways to expand or partner with academic service departments to addressing a growing need for online tutoring to thoughtful redesigns of online courses, which include inclusive content, greater ADA compliance, and recognition of disparate student learning styles. ItemThe Texas State University System Online Education Annual Report, November 2022(2022-11) SHSU OnlineThe Texas State University System is a leader in online education. Any doubt about that can be set aside by simply looking at the numbers. As of the Fall semester of 2022, approximately one-third of students across TSUS institutions are studying exclusively online. Through the TSUS shared services initiative, our institutions are fostering collaboration to seize the moment. Over the past year, two additional System institutions—Lamar State College Orange and Lamar State College Port Arthur—have been brought into the shared ecosystem already being used by Sam Houston State University, Sul Ross State University, and Lamar Institute of Technology. A panoramic and retrospective view of the past six years in online higher education leaves no doubt of the complex challenges wrought on institutions large and small. From facing natural disasters like Hurricane Harvey, to a global pandemic, to declining enrollments in higher education, the TSUS online enterprise has been proactive in our preparations for academic continuity and in opening new markets for enrollments.