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					The University of South Alabama
Statistical Profiles
2006 – 2007

Introduction
The University of South Alabama Statistical Profiles, 2006-2007 is the twenty-eighth publication
in a series which began with the USA Fact book for 1979-80. Production of the annual fact book
has been an evolving process as data series are expanded, new topics added, and graphic
presentations refined. We hope that the publication has grown to meet the needs of the
University community for information to support program planning and evaluation. We welcome
all comments or suggestions for continuing to improve the publication.
The University of South Alabama
Board of Trustees
                                                                                                        Current
                                       District                   Counties                    First      Term
              Trustee                Represented                 Represented                Appointed   Expires

Governor Robert R. Riley            -------------------------Ex Officio-----------------------
President, Board of Trustees

Dr. Joseph B. Morton                -------------------------Ex Officio-----------------------
State Superintendent of Education


Mr. J. L. Chestnut, Jr.                    -----------State at Large----------                   2001    2013

Dr. Steven P. Furr                  19th               Choctaw, Clarke, Washington               2006    2017

Mr. J. Cecil Gardner                33rd               Mobile                                    2001    2013

Hon. Samuel L. Jones                33rd               Mobile                                    2005    2013

Mr. Donald L. Langham                      -----------State at Large----------                   1997    2009
Chair Pro Tempore

Ms. Betty R. Maye                   20th               Marengo, Sumter                           1993    2017
Secretary

Ms. Christie D. Miree               16th               Monroe, Wilcox                            2001    2013

Mr. Mayer Mitchell                  33rd               Mobile                                    1975    2009

Hon. Bryant Mixon                   23rd               Dale, Geneva                              2001    2013

Hon. James P. Nix                   21st               Baldwin, Escambia                         1989    2009

Mr. John M. Peek                    17th               Butler, Conecuh, Covington                2006    2017

Dr. Steven H. Stokes                35th               Henry, Houston                            1993    2017
Vice Chair

Mr. Larry D. Striplin, Jr.          30th               Dallas, Lowndes                           1998    2017

Mr. James A. Yance                         -----------State at Large----------                   2006    2009

Appointment pending                 25th               Coffee, Crenshaw                                  2009
The University of South Alabama
Highlights of the University's History


 February, 1961    The Mobile County Foundation for Public Higher Education was established
                       by a Special Act of the Alabama Legislature to encourage development of a
                       state-supported university in Mobile County.

 May, 1963         The University of South Alabama was chartered by Act of the Alabama Legislature.

 October, 1963     First meeting of the Board of Trustees; Dr. Frederick P. Whiddon named President.

 April, 1964       The University moved from 154 St. Louis Street to its present location in west Mobile.

 June, 1964        First classes began; initial enrollment totalled 276 students.

 October, 1964     Governor George C. Wallace dedicates the University of South Alabama campus.

 April, 1965       The jaguar was adopted as the University's mascot.

 October, 1965     Ground-breaking for Alpha Dorms, the University's first residence hall complex.

 June, 1967        Eighty-eight baccalaureate degrees were conferred at the first Commencement.

 December, 1968    The University was admitted to membership in the Southern Association of Colleges
                       and Schools (SACS).

 May, 1969         The University acquired the 327-acre Brookley Conference Center.

 August, 1969      A Resolution of the Alabama Legislature supported establishment of a medical
                      school under the auspices of the University of South Alabama.

 November, 1970    Mobile General Hospital was transferred to the University.

 May, 1971         Dr. Robert M. Bucher named first Dean of the College of Medicine.

 January, 1973     The charter class of 25 students entered the College of Medicine.

 April, 1975       Mobile General Hospital was renamed University of South Alabama Medical Center.

 October, 1976     The University became a charter member of the Sun Belt Athletic Conference.

 September, 1978   The University's first Ph. D. program -- in Basic Medical Sciences -- was initiated.

 January, 1983     The USA Children's and Women's Hospital was established.

 August, 1984      The University of South Alabama Baldwin County branch campus was established.

 August, 1987      The former Providence Hospital was acquired by the University to house programs
                       of the Colleges of Allied Health Professions, Medicine, and Nursing.
The University of South Alabama
Highlights of the University's History


 June, 1990        The University acquired Doctors Hospital and Knollwood Park Hospital.

 January, 1994     Accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools was reaffirmed.

 October, 1997     Dedication of the Frederick Palmer Whiddon Administration Building.

 July, 1998        V. Gordon Moulton named University President.

 November, 1998    Dedication of the John T. Laidlaw Perfoming Arts Center.

 May, 1999         Naming of the Mitchell College of Business recognizing endowments of faculty chairs
                   and scholarships by the Mitchell family.

 October, 1999     Dedication of the 208,300 square foot Mitchell Center.

 October, 2001     Opening of the Children's Rehabilitation Center on the campus of the USA Children's
                      and Women's Hospital.

 October, 2001     Dedication of the USA Children's Park, a sixteen acre park displaying bronze
                       sculptures celebrating children and families.

 May, 2002         Establishment of the USA Cancer Research Institute, later re-named the Mitchell
                       Cancer Institute.

 June, 2002        Creation of the University Research and Technology Park Corporation

 December, 2002    The Unversity awarded its fifty thousandth degree at Fall Commencement.

 March, 2003       Dedication of the 53,000 square foot addition to the University Library.

 June, 2003        Accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools was reaffirmed.

 October, 2003     Dedication of the new 16-acre Intramural Athletics Compex and Fieldhouse.

 December, 2003    Dedication of the Mentor Graphics Corporation Building, the first building in
                       the USA Research and Technology Park.

 September, 2004   Dedication of the Larry D. Striplin III Basketball Practice Facility.
Table 2.1
New Freshmen Applications, Admissions, and Matriculation
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                 % of                 % of                    % of              % of              % of
                       Fall      Total     Fall       Total      Fall         Total    Fall     Total    Fall     Total
                       2002     Applied    2003      Applied     2004        Applied   2005    Applied   2006    Applied

Applied               2,893                2,859                 2,750                 2,627             2,845

Admitted              2,695        93.2    2,409         84.3    2,562          93.2   2,269      86.4   2,629      92.4

Matriculated          1,307        45.2    1,304         45.6    1,300          47.3   1,258      47.9   1,372      48.2

Declined                  74        2.6        53         1.9           52       1.9     38        1.4     36        1.3



Excludes freshmen admitted in prior Summer term and enrolled in Fall.
SOURCE: ZSGR 4008/REG4892, Admissions Report; ZSGR 4005/REG4556 Ethnic Background and Sex Survey.
Table 2.2
New Freshmen by Academic Division
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                      2002             2003             2004             2005              2006
  Academic Division                     Percent         Percent         Percent         Percent         Percent
                                 Number of Total Number of Total Number of Total Number of Total Number of Total


College of Arts & Sciences           549     42.0     609     44.9     594     44.3     540     42.9     577      40.3



Mitchell College of Business         149     11.4     149     11.0     159     11.9     161     12.8     187      13.0



College of Education                 110      8.4      79      5.8      82      6.1      81      6.4      97       6.8



College of Engineering               112      8.6     113      8.3     105      7.8     116      9.2     127       8.9



School of Continuing Education        16      1.2      13      1.0      12      0.9       5      0.4      13       0.9
 and Special Programs


College of Allied Health             213     16.3     165     12.2     184     13.7     175     13.9     210      14.7
  Professions


College of Nursing                   104      8.0     170     12.5     168     12.5     141     11.2     180      12.6



School of Computer &                  54      4.1      58      4.3      36      2.7      39      3.1      42       2.9
   Information Sciences


 TOTAL                            1,307    100.0    1,356   100.0    1,340   100.0    1,258   100.0    1,433   100.0




 SOURCE: ZSGR4005/REG 4556, Enrollment by College and Major
Table 2.3
Mean ACT Composite Scores for
First-Time Full-Time Freshmen
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                               University             ACT-Reported Norms for Students Tested*
     Fall Quarter          Enrolled Freshmen             Alabama                    Nation


        2002                      22.7                      20.1                      20.8



        2003                      22.8                      20.1                      20.8



        2004                      21.7                      20.2                      20.9



        2005                      21.7                      20.2                      20.9



        2006                      21.4                      20.2                      21.1




*Mean Composite Scores of high school graduates tested.

SOURCES: ACT Class Profile Service Report; The High School Profile Report (Normative Data).
Table 2.4
Sources of Entering Freshmen
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                           CURRENT                                        PRIOR
TOP FEEDER HIGH SCHOOLS                      2006                2005              2004            2003            2002
                                          Number    Rank    Number   Rank     Number    Rank   Number   Rank   Number   Rank


Murphy High School                           122        1       93        1        71      1      71       2      60       2

Baker High School                              96       2       93        1        68      2      95       1      66       1

W. P. Davidson High School                     66       3       33        7        55      4      36       6      41       6

Theodore High School                           64       4       64        3        49      6      52       3      48       5

McGill Toolen High School                      58       5       59        4        54      5      41       4      55       3

Mary G. Montgomery H.S.                        57       6       59        4        61      3      37       5      53       4

Faith Academy                                  49       7       29        8        26      9      29       8      24      10

Alma Bryant High School                        48       8       28        9        27      8      25      10      35       7

Satsuma High School                            44       9       35        6        36      7      34       7      34       8

John L. LeFlore High School                    34      10       17      12         18     13      23      11      17      13

Daphne High School                             33      11       22      10         24     10      22      12      25       9

Ocean Spring High School (MS)                  27      12       16      13         17     14      28       9      11      NR

Cottage Hill Christian Academy                 26      13       21      11         22     11      12      15      20      11

Fairhope High School                           26      13        9      NR          9     NR      20      13      16      14

Saint Paul's Episcopal School                  21      15       10      NR          9     NR      10      NR      11      NR


NOTE: "NR" = Not Ranked i.e., does not fall into the top 15 feeder high schools.
      "<" = less than five high school students enrolled.
SOURCE: ZSGR4007/REG 4892, Admissions Statistics Reports
Table 2.5
Undergraduate Transfer Student Applications,
Admissions, and Matriculation
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                           % of                % of               % of               % of                % of
                  Fall    Total       Fall    Total      Fall    Total      Fall    Total       Fall    Total
                  2002    Applied     2003    Applied    2004    Applied    2005    Applied     2006    Applied

Applied           1,708               1,799              1,750              1,770               1,760
Admitted          1,437       84.1    1,458      81.0    1,680      96.0    1,501       84.8    1,527      86.8

Matriculated      1,060       62.1    1,030      57.3    1,053      60.2    1,077       60.8    1,052      59.8

Declined             63        3.7       65       3.6       60       3.4       56        3.2       61        3.5



SOURCE: ZSGR 4008/REG4892, Admissions Statistical Reports; IRS 3025, Residence and Migration Report.
Table 2.6
Sources of Undergraduate Transfer Students
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006
                                                      CURRENT                                          PRIOR
  TOP FEEDER COLLEGES                                      2006                2005                2004                 2003            2002
                                                    Number        Rank   Number       Rank   Number    Rank         Number     Rank Number   Rank


Faulkner State Community College                         228         1       211         1      200         1          241       1    170       1
Bishop State Community College                           194         2       200         2      197         2          176       2    140       2
MS Gulf Coast Community College*                         153         3       157         3      153         3          154       3    113      (3)
Jackson Co. (MS) Community College                          -        -          -        -         -            -        -        -    72       3
Jefferson Davis Community College (MS)                      -        -          -        -         -            -        -        -    33       4
Pensacola Junior College                                   49        4        46         4        43        5           37       7     28       6
University of Mobile                                       45        5        33         7        43        5           46       4     29       5
Auburn University                                          35        6        31         8        35        7           40       6     24       8
University of Southern Mississippi (MS)                    30        7        38         5        27        8           30       8     15      10
Spring Hill College                                        27        8        13       NR         23        9           17      14     13      13

University of Alabama Birmingham                           27        8        19        12        22       10           16      NR      9      NR

Alabama Southern Community College                         22       10        34         6        45        4           43       5     28       6

University of Alabama                                      22       10        19        12        20       12           30       8     14      11

Faulkner University                                        20       12        22         9        15      NR            13      NR      16       9

Jefferson Davis Community College (AL)                     17       13        21        10        21       11           17      14     11      14
Jones County Junior College (MS)                           16       14        14       NR         17       15           16      NR      7      NR
Southern Union State Junior College                        16       14        19        12        20       12           18      13     14      11


NOTE: "NR" Not Ranked i.e., does not fall into the top 15 transfer feeder colleges.
"<" = Less than five transfer students enrolled.
SOURCE: ZSGR4007/REG 4892 Admissions Statistics Reports

*Starting Fall 2003, Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College is the combined total of all of its campuses; Jackson County,
 Jefferson Davis, and Perkinston. Also, (rank) in prior Falls is what it would be for combined campus totals.
Table 2.7
New Graduate Student* Applications, Admissions, and Matriculation
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                  % of                % of                   % of              % of              % of
                       Fall       Total     Fall      Total       Fall       Total    Fall     Total    Fall     Total
                       2002      Applied    2003     Applied      2004      Applied   2005    Applied   2006    Applied

Applied               1,903                1,750                 1,680                1,646             1,864

Admitted              1,257      66.1      1,187       67.8      1,302       77.5     974      59.2     1,024    54.9

Matriculated           528       27.7       535        30.6        626       37.3      594     36.1      584     31.3

Declined               397       20.9       260        14.9        331       19.7      379     23.0      467     25.1


*Excludes graduate students admitted in prior Summer term and enrolled in Fall.

SOURCE: ZSGR4008/REG 4892, Admissions Reports and Admissions File; ZSGR4005/REG 4556, Ethnic Background and
               and Sex Survey.
Table 2.8
Major Sources of First-Time Graduate Students*
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                                 CURRENT                                              PRIOR
Undergraduate College Source                       2006                2005               2004                2003              2002
                                                Number     Rank   Number     Rank   Number   Rank       Number   Rank     Number   Rank



University of South Alabama                         123       1       173       1    292          1      190         1     225         1

Auburn University                                    19       2        20       2     17          5       5          NR    26          3

Spring Hill College                                  16       3          8      9     15          6       8          5     13          8

University of Mobile                                 15       4        16       3     24          3      15          2     35          2

University of Alabama                                14       5        15       4     23          4      12          4     20          5

University of Southern Mississippi                   12       6        14       5     25          2      15          2     24          4

Louisiana State University                           11       7          3 NR         5          NR       <          NR     9          NR

Troy State University-Troy                             9      8          9      7     15          6       6          6     20          5

Southeastern Louisiana University                      8      9          9      7     <          NR       <          NR     8          NR

University of Louisiana at Lafayette                   8      9          6    10      4          NR       <          NR     <          NR


*Institutions from which the first-time graduate students received their baccalaureate degrees.

 NOTE: "<" = Means less than 3 of our first-time graduates received their baccalaureate degree from that institution.

 NOTE: "NR" = Not Ranked, i.e., does not fall into the top 10 undergraduate college sources.

 SOURCE: Fall 2006 Excel FTGRug(USA,NON-USA,NON-USA2).rpt
Table 2.9
First-Time Students by State
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                        Number of Students
        STATE          2002      2003           2004         2005      2006

Alabama                  2,424     2,824           2,881       2,427      2,488
Alaska                       2         3               0           0          2
Arizona                      3         5               3           1          2
Arkansas                     1         5               4           5          3
California                   8         8              13          11         10
Colorado                     1         2               8           3          1
Connecticut                  0         1               4           0          3
Delaware                     0         0               1           0          0
District of Columbia         0         1               0           0          1
Florida                    160       177             188         137        139
Georgia                     14        29              27          24         22
Hawaii                       0         0               0           0          2
Idaho                        0         1               2           3          0
Illinois                     6         6               6           5          9
Indiana                      4         4               4           7          9
Iowa                         2         6               5           1          2
Kansas                       2         0               3           4          3
Kentucky                     3         6               8           8          4
Louisiana                   44        61              54          52         62
Maine                        1         2               1           2          3
Maryland                     3         2               6           1          5
Massachusetts                2         2               0           1          5
Michigan                     2         2               6           7          6
Minnesota                    1         1               2           0          1
Mississippi                315       374             408         363        393
Missouri                     3         4               6           6          2
Montana                      0         0               1           1          0
Nebraska                     0         5               1           5          0
Nevada                       1         1               2           1          2
New Hampshire                1         2               2           1          1
New Jersey                   2         5               6           2          2
New Mexico                   1         2               2           1          2
New York                     4         4              10           4         11
North Carolina               2         6              10           7          9
North Dakota                 0         1               1           0          1
Ohio                         9         7              10           7          7
Oklahoma                     0         2               2           1          6
Oregon                       0         2               1           4          1
Pennsylvania                 1         4               4           7          5
Rhode Island                 0         0               0           1          1
Table 2.9
First-Time Students by State
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                                       Number of Students
           STATE                  2002            2003         2004                 2005             2006

South Carolina                            7               3                9                 5                1
South Dakota                              0               0                0                 1                1
Tennessee                                 3              14               16                11               14
Texas                                     8              10               22                15               24
Utah                                      0               1                2                 2                1
Vermont                                   2               1                1                 0                2
Virginia                                  6               7                5                11               10
Washington                                3               3                2                 2                3
West Virginia                             0               1                0                 0                1
Wisconsin                                 0               4                5                 3                6
Wyoming                                   0               0                1                 0                1
Puerto Rico                               2               0                1                 0                0
Armed Services                            0               0                1                 0                0
Virgin Islands                            0               0                0                 0                0

State Unknown                              -             50                 0                0                0

Foreign*                                 204            217              216               213              251

         TOTAL                       3,257            3,878            3,973            3,373            3,540

First-Time Students from Alabama
   Number                      2,424                 2,824            2,881            2,427             2,488
   Percent of total             74.4                  72.8             72.5             72.0              70.3

First-Time Students from Other States
   Number                         629                  787              876               733              801
   Percent                       19.3                 20.3             22.0              21.7             22.6

First-Time Students from State Unknown
   Number                           -                    50                 0                 0                0
   Percent                          -                   1.3              0.0               0.0              0.0

First-Time Students from Other Countries
   Number                        204                    217              216               213              251
   Percent                       6.3                    5.6              5.4               6.3              7.1

SOURCE: IRS 3025, Residence and Migration Report; Crystal Reports/EntryCounty.rpt



*Non-resident alien students; students with permanent visas are reported under the applicable state of
  residence.
Table 2.10
First-Time Alabama Students by County
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                  Number of Students
       COUNTY       2002      2003       2004          2005      2006

Mobile                1,583     1,922       1,969        1,594     1,702
Autauga                   6         7           6            3         5
Baldwin                 304       367         357          328       333
Barbour                   3         1           0            4         2
Bibb                      0         3           1            1         2
Blount                    1         2           1            6         3
Bullock                   0         1           0            0         1
Butler                    0         2           1            6         2
Calhoun                  14        11          12           13         8
Chambers                  3         8           0            1         2
Cherokee                  1         3           2            0         0
Chilton                   6         1           4            5         2
Choctaw                   6        10           8            3         9
Clarke                   24        34          42           36        20
Clay                      0         0           1            1         3
Cleburne                  1         0           1            3         2
Coffee                   12        17           6           17        17
Colbert                   1         4           2            3         2
Conecuh                   4         5          12            3         6
Coosa                     0         1           0            0         0
Covington                16         8           8            7         7
Crenshaw                  5         3           4            0         3
Cullman                   6         8           8            7         6
Dale                     15         6           4            6         3
Dallas                   13        17          20           11        11
Dekalb                    1         0           2            2         2
Elmore                    8         5           9            6        10
Escambia                 21        28          30           22        19
Etowah                    8        10           7            7         9
Fayette                   0         0           1            1         1
Franklin                  0         4           2            1         0
Geneva                    5         4           7            3         2
Greene                    3         0           0            0         1
Hale                      2         2           0            0         0
Henry                     2         1           0            3         2
Houston                  18        24          23           22        17
Jackson                   4         3           3            6         6
Jefferson                77        65          63           58        54
Table 2.10
First-Time Alabama Students by County
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                                      Number of Students
         COUNTY                  2002          2003          2004          2005          2006

Lamar                                    1             0             0               1           2
Lauderdale                               5            10            10               1           6
Lawrence                                 0             0             0               0           1
Lee                                     13            11            14              26          12
Limestone                                2             6             6               4           4
Lowndes                                  1             1             1               0           2
Macon                                    2             0             1               1           1
Madison                                 40            35            30              37          37
Marengo                                  9             3             2               4           4
Marion                                   4             0             2               1           0
Marshall                                 6             5             7               9           5
Monroe                                  19            17            23              15          15
Montgomery                              29            40            32              26          19
Morgan                                   9             9            14              14           8
Perry                                    0             0             1               2           0
Pickens                                  2             1             0               3           0
Pike                                     4             2             4               5           3
Randolph                                 0             0             0               0           0
Russell                                  2             2             1               3           4
Shelby                                  29            32            31              20          21
St. Clair                                5             0             1               3           5
Sumter                                   3             0             3               1           3
Talladega                                2             6             7               2           5
Tallapoosa                               7             3             1               4           3
Tuscaloosa                              27            20            23              15          14
Walker                                   4             1             3               1           3
Washington                              24            30            42              34          31
Wilcox                                   0             3             2               4           5
Winston                                  2             0             4               2           1

TOTAL                              2,424         2,824         2,881         2,427        2,488



SOURCE: IRS 3025, Residence and Migration Report; Crystal Reports/EntryCounty.rpt
Table 3.1
Summary Enrollment Profile
Fall Semester 2006

   By Academic Division
                                                                                     Number   Percent
   College of Allied Health Professions                                              1,347     10.3
   College of Arts & Sciences                                                        3,741     28.6
   Mitchell College of Business                                                      1,731     13.2
   College of Education                                                              2,260     17.3
   College of Engineering                                                              930      7.1
   College of Medicine                                                                 313      2.4
   College of Nursing                                                                2,065     15.8
   School of Continuing Education & Special Programs                                   303      2.3
   School of Computer & Information Sciences                                           394      3.0
   Graduate School                                                                       6      0.0

          Total                                                                     13,090    100.0



   By Level                                                          By Ethnic Background
                             Number        Percent                                   Number   Percent

   Lower Division           4,840          37.0              White                   8,949     68.4
   Upper Division           5,034          38.5              African American        2,278     17.4
   Unclassified               204           1.6              Hispanic American         193      1.5
   Graduate I               2,448          18.7              Asian American            340      2.6
   Graduate II                288           2.2              Native American           110      0.8
   Professional               276           2.1              Nonresident Alien         839      6.4
                                                             Unknown                   381      2.9
          Total            13,090         100.0                        Total        13,090    100.0


   By Gender                                                         By Enrollment Status
                             Number        Percent                                   Number   Percent

   Male                     4,852          37.1              Full-Time               9,744     74.4
   Female                   8,238          62.9              Part-Time               3,346     25.6

          Total            13,090         100.0                        Total        13,090    100.0




SOURCE: Excel4556.rpt, Fall 2006 Ethnic Background and Sex Survey;
         ZSGR4002, Summary of Enrollment by Major

NOTE: 213 Medical Center House Staff not included in computations.
Table 3.2
Headcount Enrollment By Academic Division and Class
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                 2002      2003      2004      2005      2006

College of Arts and Sciences
  Freshmen                         1,217     1,248     1,257     1,147     1,131
  Sophomores                         610       672       778       723       697
  Juniors                            575       578       636       650       669
  Seniors                            667       689       725       800       827
  Unclassified                        65       158       148       146       163
  Graduates                          225       217       255       254       254
      TOTAL                        3,359     3,562     3,799     3,720     3,741

Mitchell College of Business
  Freshmen                          436       422       407       385       432
  Sophomores                        383       377       324       338       343
  Juniors                           378       370       405       372       367
  Seniors                           474       478       483       470       446
  Unclassified                       45        50        56        28        25
  Graduates                         197       158       131       116       118
      TOTAL                        1,913     1,855     1,806     1,709     1,731

College of Education
  Freshmen                           280       274       246       208      229
  Sophomores                         300       312       316       318      262
  Juniors                            343       331       364       358      387
  Seniors                            434       417       467       492      502
  Unclassified                        15        24         1         0        0
  Graduates                        1,049     1,199     1,110     1,051      880
      TOTAL                        2,421     2,557     2,504     2,427     2,260

College of Engineering
  Freshmen                          256       217       202       214       213
  Sophomores                        145       146       136       114       140
  Juniors                           136       158       126       157       128
  Seniors                           207       222       240       213       203
  Unclassified                        4         9         2         2         2
  Graduates                         141       208       207       203       244

      TOTAL                         889       960       913       903       930
Table 3.2
Headcount Enrollment By Academic Division and Class
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006
                                              2002        2003      2004      2005      2006

College of Allied Health Professions
  Freshmen                                       405         387       366       345       341
  Sophomores                                     261         246       277       261       249
  Juniors                                        216         217       192       207       207
  Seniors                                        215         216       251       233       237
  Unclassified                                    10          13         2         5         5
  Graduates                                      152         174       195       214       308
      TOTAL                                     1,259       1,253     1,283     1,265     1,347

College of Nursing
  Freshmen                                       267         378       391       327       337
  Sophomores                                     144         207       241       277       223
  Juniors                                        180         248       250       249       236
  Seniors                                        244         313       379       465       478
  Unclassified                                     8           4         0         1         3
  Graduates                                      432         559       675       736       788
      TOTAL                                     1,275       1,709     1,936     2,055     2,065

College of Medicine*
  Graduates                                       36          40        40        42        37
  First Professionals                            255         255       256       263       276
      TOTAL                                      291         295       296       305       313

School of Continuing Education
 and Special Programs
  Freshmen                                           76       85        57        49        56
  Sophomores                                         60       63        68        57        42
  Juniors                                            83       86        68        77        94
  Seniors                                            98      106       107       122       108
  Unclassified                                        1        1         0         0         3
      TOTAL                                      318         341       300       305       303

School of Computer and Information Sciences
  Freshmen                                       145         151        99        88        81
  Sophomores                                      97          88        73        59        64
  Juniors                                         88          74        79        67        53
  Seniors                                        148         129       126       115        92
  Unclassified                                     7           7         5         5         3
  Graduates                                      113         115       119        94       101
      TOTAL                                      598         564       501       428       394
Table 3.2
Headcount Enrollment By Academic Division and Class
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                                             2002          2003          2004       2005       2006


Graduate School
  Graduates                                                         -                -          2          5          6
        TOTAL                                                       -                -          2          5          6




University Totals by Academic Class

   Freshmen                                                     3,082         3,162        3,025      2,763      2,820
   Sophomores                                                   2,000         2,111        2,213      2,147      2,020
   Juniors                                                      1,999         2,062        2,120      2,137      2,141
   Seniors                                                      2,487         2,570        2,778      2,910      2,893
   Unclassified                                                   155           266          214        187        204
   Graduates                                                    2,345         2,670        2,734      2,715      2,736
   First Professional                                             255           255          256        263        276


        TOTAL                                                 12,323         13,096       13,340     13,122     13,090



University Totals by Academic Division

   Arts and Sciences                                            3,359         3,562        3,799      3,720      3,741
   Mitchell College of Business                                 1,913         1,855        1,806      1,709      1,731
   Education                                                    2,421         2,557        2,504      2,427      2,260
   Engineering                                                    889           960          913        903        930
   Allied Health Professions                                    1,259         1,253        1,283      1,265      1,347
   Nursing                                                      1,275         1,709        1,936      2,055      2,065
   Medicine*                                                      291           295          296        305        313
   Continuing Education and Special Programs                      318           341          300        305        303
   Computer and Information Sciences                              598           564          501        428        394
   Graduate School                                                  -             -            2          5          6


        TOTAL                                                 12,323         13,096       13,340     13,122     13,090

* College of Medicine totals exclude residents, interns, and postdoctoral fellows.
  SOURCE: REG 4552/ZSGR4001, Enrollment Statistics Report.
Table 3.3
Term Headcount Enrollment by Academic Division
Fall 2001 through Spring 2007

                                  Fall       Spring      Summer
2001-2002
Arts & Sciences                      3,282       3,076       1,464
Mitchell College of Business         1,905       1,805         969
Education                            2,309       2,290       1,613
Engineering                            924         858         406
Special Programs                       323         323         188
Computer & Information Sciences        675         604         340
Nursing                              1,141       1,047         801
Allied Health Professions            1,276       1,183         600
Medicine                               287         283         155

  Total                             12,122      11,469       6,536
2002-2003
Arts & Sciences                      3,359       3,144       1,531
Mitchell College of Business         1,913       1,798         976
Education                            2,421       2,448       1,865
Engineering                            889         871         442
Special Programs                       318         328         191
Computer & Information Sciences        598         586         314
Nursing                              1,275       1,311         982
Allied Health Professions            1,259       1,176         622
Medicine                               291         289         164

  Total                             12,323      11,951       7,087
2003-2004

Arts & Sciences                      3,562       3,496       1,669
Mitchell College of Business         1,855       1,782         832
Education                            2,557       2,453       1,698
Engineering                            960         905         407
Special Programs                       341         309         181
Computer & Information Sciences        564         521         299
Nursing                              1,709       1,729       1,226
Allied Health Professions            1,253       1,203         632
Medicine                               295         287         157

  Total                             13,096      12,685       7,101
Table 3.3
Term Headcount Enrollment by Academic Division
Fall 2001 through Spring 2007
                                                 Fall           Spring          Summer
2004-2005
Arts & Sciences                                      3,799              3,491       1,686
Mitchell College of Business                         1,806              1,709         772
Education                                            2,504              2,447       1,624
Engineering                                            913                849         430
Special Programs                                       300                318         176
Computer & Information Sciences                        501                439         228
Nursing                                              1,936              1,854       1,282
Allied Health Professions                            1,283              1,146         560
Medicine                                               296                287          34
Graduate School                                          2                  3           1

   Total                                           13,340              12,543       6,793

2005-2006

Arts & Sciences                                      3,720              3,502       1,576
Mitchell College of Business                         1,709              1,600         810
Education                                            2,427              2,338       1,511
Engineering                                            903                809         403
Special Programs                                       305                293         169
Computer & Information Sciences                        428                372         197
Nursing                                              2,055              1,894       1,348
Allied Health Professions                            1,265              1,143         668
Medicine                                               305                297          32
Graduate School                                          5                  6           2

   Total                                           13,122              12,254       6,716

2006-2007

Arts & Sciences                                      3,741              3,510
Mitchell College of Business                         1,731              1,670
Education                                            2,260              2,192
Engineering                                            930                969
Special Programs                                       303                296
Computer & Information Sciences                        394                402
Nursing                                              2,065              1,886
Allied Health Professions                            1,347              1,281
Medicine                                               313                305
Graduate School                                          6                  7

   Total                                           13,090              12,518

SOURCE: REG 4552/ZSGR4001, Enrollment by College
NOTE: Medical Center House Staff not included in student headcounts.
Table 3.4
Rank Order of Undergraduate Program Enrollment
Fall Semester 2006


    RANK                             MAJOR       ENROLLMENT

      1     Nursing                                 1,277
      2     Business Administration                 1,213
      3     Elementary Education                     690
      4     Communication                            386
      5     Secondary Education                      356
      6     Biology                                  317
      7     Biomedical Sciences                      295
      8     Computer & Information Sciences          293
      9     Radiologic Sciences                      283
     10     Psychology                               282
     11     Adult Interdisciplinary Studies          265
     12     Criminal Justice Administration          221
     13     Art                                      214
     14     Pre-Professional                         208
     15     Health, Physical Education               189
     16     Mechanical Engineering                   186
     17     Civil Engineering                        167
     18     Physical Therapy                         157
     19     Electrical Engineering                   151
     21     English                                  124
     21     Meteorology                              111
     22     Political Science                        107
     23     History                                  106
     24     Management                               99
     25     Marketing                                93
     25     Social Work                              90
     27     Accounting                               86
     28     Sociology                                85
     29     Leisure Studies                          84
     29     Music                                    84
     31     Computer Engineering                     83
     32     Chemistry                                81
     32     Speech and Hearing Science               81
     34     Chemical Engineering                     74
     35     Finance                                  70
     36     Cardiorespiratory Sciences               68
     37     Special Education                        61
Table 3.4
Rank Order of Undergraduate Program Enrollment
Fall Semester 2006


      RANK                                     MAJOR            ENROLLMENT

        38          Occupational Therapy                            56
        39          International Studies                           52
        40          Foreign Languages                               51
        41          Drama and Theatre                               43
        41          Geology                                         43
        43          Anthropology                                    42
        44          Clinical Laboratory Science                     39
        45          Geography                                       37
        45          Philosophy                                      37
        47          Emergency Medical Services*                     35
        48          Math & Stats                                    33
        49          Physics                                         22
        50          General Business                                17
        51          E-Commerce                                       5
        51          Economics                                        5
        53          Art History                                      1
        53          Geronotology*                                    1

                    Undecided (All Divisions)/General Studies      822


                    TOTAL                                         10,078




* Certificate Program

SOURCE: ZSGR4002, Summary of Enrollment by Major
Table 3.5
Rank Order of Graduate Program Enrollment
Fall Semester 2006
  RANK                                  MAJOR                   ENROLLMENT

     1        Nursing                                              788
     2        Elementary Education                                 183
     3        Electrical Engineering                               170
     4        Special Education                                    158
     5        Physical Therapy - Ph.D.                             120
     6        Counselor Education                                  110
     7        Computer & Information Sciences                      101
     8        MBA - General                                        94
     9        Educational Leadership                               89
    10        Secondary Education                                  82
    11        Instructional Design & Development - Ph.D.           74
    12        Instructional Specialist - Ed.S.                     72
    13        Physician Assistant                                  66
    14        English                                              48
    14        Mechanical Engineering                               47
    16        Occupational Therapy                                 45
    17        Communication                                        44
    17        Speech-Language Pathology                            43
    19        Health, Physical Education                           37
    19        Basic Medical Sciences - Ph.D.                       37
    21        Educational Media                                    35
    22        Instructional Design                                 32
    23        Audiology-AUD                                        28
    24        Marine Sciences - Ph.D.                              24
    24        Marine Sciences - M.S.                               24
    24        Chemical Engineering                                 24
    24        Accounting                                           24
    28        Psychology                                           23
    29        Public Administration                                22
    30        History                                              21
    31        Mathematics                                          12
    32        Biology                                              11
    33        Sociology                                            10
    34        Environmental Toxicology                              6
    35        Communication Sciences & Disorders - Ph.D.            5
    36        Early Childhood Education                             4
    37      * Gerontology                                           3


              Undecided                                            20

              TOTAL                                               2,736
            * Certificate Program

             SOURCE: ZSGR4002, Summary of Enrollment by Major
Table 3.6
Full-Time and Part-Time Enrollment
By Academic Division and Level*
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006
                                  2002          2003          2004          2005          2006
ACADEMIC DIVISION                PT    FT      PT    FT      PT    FT      PT    FT      PT        FT

College of Arts & Sciences
  Lower Division                672    1,155   295   1,625   352   1,579   284   1,540   263     1,565
  Upper Division                508      799   506     919   533   1,080   525   1,117   576     1,083
  Graduate                       93      115    57     143    73     160    69     160    70       160
  Graduate II                     7       10     5      12     4      18     6      19     6        18

 TOTAL                         1,280   2,079   863   2,699   962   2,837   884   2,836   915     2,826

Mitchell College of Business
  Lower Division                320     499    171    628    160    571    157    566    153      622
  Upper Division                404     493    300    598    330    614    296    574    289      549
  Graduate                       56     141     37    121     39     92     33     83     30       88

 TOTAL                          780    1,133   508   1,347   529   1,277   486   1,223   472     1,259

College of Education
  Lower Division                199     381    128    458    111    451    112    414    107      384
  Upper Division                321     471    227    545    238    594    243    607    272      617
  Graduate                      526     429    562    541    531    492    460    507    377      429
  Graduate II                    49      45     53     43     58     29     63     21     59       15

 TOTAL                         1,095   1,326   970   1,587   938   1,566   878   1,549   815     1,445

College of Engineering
  Lower Division                147     254     73    290     61    277     56    272     58      295
  Upper Division                138     209    106    283    112    256    124    248    100      233
  Graduate                       44      97     28    180     43    164     29    174     31      213

 TOTAL                          329     560    207    753    216    697    209    694    189      741

College of Allied
 Health Professions
  Lower Division                215     451    113    520    117    526     99    507     89      501
  Upper Division                145     296     90    356    110    335    115    330    123      326
  Graduate                       12     126      1    156      1    160      0    137      1      154
  Graduate II                     3      11      4     13      3     31      5     72     29      124

 TOTAL                          375     884    208   1,045   231   1,052   219   1,046   242     1,105

Graduate School
  Graduate                        -       -     -       -     0       2     0       5     0         6

 TOTAL                            -       -     -       -     0       2     0       5     0         6
Table 3.6
Full-Time and Part-Time Enrollment
By Academic Division and Level*
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006
                                          2002                 2003            2004            2005            2006
ACADEMIC DIVISION                        PT    FT             PT    FT        PT    FT        PT    FT        PT        FT

School of Continuing Education
 & Special Programs
  Lower Division               108                 28        107      41      91      34      76      30      69        29
  Upper Division               131                 51        132      61     127      48     130      69     142        63

 TOTAL                                  239        79        239     102     218      82     206      99     211        92

School of Computer &
 Information Sciences
  Lower Division                        102       140         53     186      48     124      25     122      16       129
  Upper Division                        122       121         71     139      83     127      78     109      64        84
  Graduate                               22        91         20      95      20      99      17      77      12        89

 TOTAL                                  246       352        144     420     151     350     120     308      92       302

College of Nursing
  Lower Division                        134       277         95     490     119     513     126     478     103       457
  Upper Division                        172       260        162     403     168     461     203     512     180       537
  Graduate                              122       310        141     418     153     522     153     583     127       661

 TOTAL                                  428       847        398    1,311    440    1,496    482    1,573    410      1,655

College of Medicine
  Graduate II                              2       34          1      39       2      38       3      39       0        37
  First Professional                       0      255          0     255       0     256       0     263       0       276

 TOTAL                                     2      289          1     294       2     294       3     302       0       313

TOTAL UNIVERSITY
  Lower Division                      1,897    3,185        1,035   4,238   1,059   4,179     935   3,975     858     3,982
  Upper Division                      1,941    2,700        1,594   3,304   1,701   3,411   1,714   3,520   1,746     3,492
  Graduate                              875    1,309          846   1,654     860   1,691     761   1,726     648     1,800
  Graduate II                            61      100           63     107      67     116      77     151      94       194
  First Professional                      0      255            0     255       0     256       0     263       0       276

 TOTAL                                4,774    7,549        3,538   9,558   3,687   9,653   3,487   9,635   3,346     9,744


*Unclassified students included in Upper Division totals.

SOURCE: REG 4556/ZSGR4005, Ethnic Background and Sex Survey
       REG 4522/ZSGR4002, Summary of Enrollment by Major
Table 3.7
Enrollment by Ethnicity and Gender
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                          Fall 2002             Fall 2003          Fall 2004          Fall 2005          Fall 2006

Enrollment By Ethnicity

                       Number      Percent   Number   Percent   Number   Percent   Number   Percent   Number   Percent



White                   8,884        72.1     8,851    67.6      8,998    67.5      8,930     68.1    8,949      68.4

African American        2,086        16.9     2,133    16.3      2,244    16.8      2,198     16.8    2,278      17.4

Native American               92      0.7       92      0.7       113       0.8      108       0.8      110        0.8

Asian American            285         2.3      337      2.6       341       2.6      314       2.4      340        2.6

Hispanic American         159         1.3      195      1.5       197       1.5      168       1.3      193        1.5

Non-Resident Alien        817         6.6      849      6.5       813       6.1      814       6.2      839        6.4

Unknown                   -          -         639      4.9       634       4.8      590       4.5      381        2.9

TOTAL                  12,323      100.0     13,096   100.0     13,340   100.0     13,122   100.0 13,090        100.0


Enrollment by Gender

                       Number      Percent   Number   Percent   Number   Percent   Number   Percent   Number   Percent



Male                    4,841        39.3     5,057    38.6      5,067    38.0      4,877     37.2    4,852      37.1


Female                  7,482        60.7     8,039    61.4      8,273    62.0      8,245     62.8    8,238      62.9



TOTAL                  12,323      100.0     13,096   100.0     13,340   100.0     13,122   100.0 13,090        100.0




SOURCE: REG 4556/ZSGR4005, Ethnic Background and Sex Survey
Table 3.8
Distribution of Students by Age
Fall 2006

                                                                                                  Graduate &
                                                                                Under                First
   AGE          Men         %        Women         %         Total     %       Graduate   %       Professional   %

   15-17            57        1.2        106         1.3        163      1.3       163      1.6             0      0.0

     18            471        9.7        689         8.4      1,160      8.9     1,160     11.5             0      0.0

     19            469        9.7        669         8.1      1,138      8.7     1,138     11.3             0      0.0

     20            504       10.4        781         9.5      1,285      9.8     1,281     12.7             4      0.1

     21            551       11.4        778         9.4      1,329     10.2     1,249     12.4            80      2.7

   22-25        1,484        30.6      2,138        26.0      3,622     27.7     2,673     26.5           949     31.5

   26-30           642       13.2      1,063        12.9      1,705     13.0     1,060     10.5           645     21.4

   31-39           420        8.7      1,090        13.2      1,510     11.5       827      8.2           683     22.7

   40-49           174        3.6        648         7.9        822      6.3       383      3.8           439     14.6

   50-59            70        1.4        265         3.2        335      2.6       132      1.3           203      6.7

    60+             10        0.2          11        0.1         21      0.2        12      0.1             9      0.3

  TOTAL         4,852      100.0       8,238      100.0     13,090     100.0    10,078    100.0         3,012    100.0

Over 25         1,316        27.1      3,077        37.4      4,393     33.6     2,414     24.0         1,979     65.7

AVERAGE           24.4                   26.6                   25.8               23.9                   31.9
 AGE




Source: Crystal/Fall 2006 Excel Factbook Age (sex, level, avg).rpt
Table 3.9
Student Origin by State
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                         Number of Students
            STATE       2002      2003           2004         2005       2006

Alabama                   9,655    10,169          10,440       10,141     9,940
Alaska                        3         2               0            1         3
Arizona                       3         7               8            6         6
Arkansas                      2         5               5            9         9
California                   12        15              24           18        17
Colorado                      3         4               6            9         6
Connecticut                   0         2               3            1         4
Delaware                      0         0               1            0         0
District of Columbia          0         1               1            0         1
Florida                     520       516             474          470       446
Georgia                      36        54              53           66        80
Hawaii                        1         0               0            0         1
Idaho                         0         1               2            3         2
Illinois                      7         9               9           14        16
Indiana                       4         9               9           14        14
Iowa                          6         7               4            4         5
Kansas                        4         2               4            4         7
Kentucky                      4         6               9            9         9
Louisiana                   125       147             146          164       169
Maine                         2         4               5            3         4
Maryland                      7         6               8            5        11
Massachusetts                 3         3               3            4         7
Michigan                      4         4               5            8         7
Minnesota                     4         5               3            1         2
Mississippi                 979     1,058           1,110        1,142     1,209
Missouri                      6         7              11           11        10
Montana                       1         1               0            2         1
Nebraska                      0         5               2            6         4
Nevada                        1         1               3            3         6
New Hampshire                 1         3               3            4         2
New Jersey                    4         9              10            9         7
New Mexico                    2         3               4            3         4
New York                      7         7              12           11        20
North Carolina                6        10              15           16        29
North Dakota                  1         2               3            2         1
Ohio                         16        18              16           13        18
Oklahoma                      2         5               4            7        13
Oregon                        0         2               1            4         4
Table 3.9
Student Origin by State
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006
                                                                         Number of Students
                STATE                            2002               2003         2004                       2005           2006

Pennsylvania                                              4                  4                   6                     5            8
Rhode Island                                              1                  1                   0                     0            1
South Carolina                                            9                  8                  11                    16           11
South Dakota                                              0                  0                   0                     1            1
Tennessee                                                16                 26                  31                    29           43
Texas                                                    16                 23                  38                    41           53
Utah                                                      0                  1                   1                     3            2
Vermont                                                   4                  3                   2                     0            4
Virginia                                                 14                 12                  10                    16           17
Washington                                                3                  4                   2                     3            5
West Virginia                                             1                  1                   0                     0            2
Wisconsin                                                 3                  4                   5                     4            9
Wyoming                                                   0                  1                   2                     2            1
Puerto Rico                                               3                  0                   1                     0            0
Virgin Islands                                            1                  0                   0                     1            0
Armed Services                                            0                  0                   2                     0            0
Foreign*                                                817                849                 813                   814          839
States Unknown                                               -               50                    -                   -            -

               TOTAL                                12,323             13,096              13,340              13,122       13,090

Students from Alabama
   Number                                            9,655            10,169              10,440              10,141        9,940
   Percent of total                                   78.3              77.6                78.3                77.3         75.9
Students from Other States
   Number                                             1,851              2,028               2,087               2,167       2,311
   Percent of total                                   15.0               15.5                15.6                16.5        17.7
Students from States Unknown
   Number                                                    -              50                     -                   -            -
   Percent                                                   -             0.4                     -                   -            -
Students from Other Countries
   Number                                               817                849                 813                   814      839
   Percent of total                                     6.6                6.5                 6.1                   6.2      6.4


SOURCE: IRS 3026A, Residence and Migration Report; Crystal Reports/ResidencyCounty.rpt

*Non-resident alien students; students with permanent visas are reported under the applicable states of residence.
Table 3.10
Alabama Student Origin by County
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                Number of Students
       COUNTY       2002      2003         2004      2005     2006

Mobile                6,655     7,179        7,546    7,322    7,155
Autauga                  19        21           16       13       13
Baldwin               1,207     1,240        1,260    1,244    1,225
Barbour                  11         8            4        7        6
Bibb                      3         3            3        3        3
Blount                    6         4            3       11       10
Bullock                   1         2            1        0        1
Butler                    7         7            7       10        9
Calhoun                  30        26           27       32       32
Chambers                 10        15           11        7        6
Cherokee                  7         7            6        4        1
Chilton                  10         8           13       13       13
Choctaw                  21        24           21       16       22
Clarke                   97       116          126      106       99
Clay                      2         1            1        2        3
Cleburne                  3         1            2        4        7
Coffee                   47        49           41       47       47
Colbert                  10         9           11        9        9
Conecuh                  18        20           25       17       21
Coosa                     1         2            0        1        0
Covington                37        35           27       25       23
Crenshaw                  6         7            9        7        4
Cullman                  23        24           22       23       23
Dale                     37        35           33       25       22
Dallas                   46        46           49       51       43
Dekalb                    3         2            4        6        7
Elmore                   25        25           25       22       29
Escambia                 71        76           61       70       70
Etowah                   21        18           16       15       22
Fayette                   2         1            3        2        2
Franklin                  1         5            2        5        4
Geneva                   13         8           12       11       15
Greene                    6         4            2        1        1
Hale                      5         3            4        0        2
Henry                     6         5            4        7        8
Houston                  82        75           73       76       71
Jackson                  11         5            4       11       16
Jefferson               236       221          192      180      185
Lamar                     2         0            0        1        3
Lauderdale               23        26           25       21       19
Table 3.10
Alabama Student Origin by County
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                                  Number of Students
        COUNTY                  2002            2003        2004             2005        2006


Lawrence                                 2            1              1             1          1
Lee                                     53           46             41            58         55
Limestone                               15           18             17            13         11
Lowndes                                  7            5              3             4          4
Macon                                    3            2              3             2          4
Madison                                150          142            114           113        113
Marengo                                 19           18             16            14          8
Marion                                   8            6              8             4          6
Marshall                                21           19             20            20         21
Monroe                                  66           65             67            50         46
Montgomery                             108          107             97            87         74
Morgan                                  40           34             34            35         32
Perry                                    0            0              1             2          1
Pickens                                 10            7              6             4          4
Pike                                     7            8              9            11         14
Randolph                                 2            3              1             1          1
Russell                                  6            8              4             5          7
Shelby                                  74           82             81            77         77
St. Clair                               13           10              7             6         10
Sumter                                   8            5              6             3          5
Talladega                               14           15             12            13         13
Tallapoosa                              14           13              9             8          7
Tuscaloosa                              78           67             59            55         49
Walker                                   7            4              6             8          7
Washington                              97          108            115           109        109
Wilcox                                   8           10              7             5          5
Winston                                  4            3              5             6          5

         TOTAL                      9,655        10,169         10,440        10,141       9,940


SOURCE: IRS 3026A, Residence and Migration Report; Crystal Reports/ResidencyCounty.rpt
Table 3.11
International Student Enrollment
Fall Semester 2006
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT BY REGION AND COUNTRY
The Americas (25 countries)
  Antigua and                         Colombia             9    Panama                   2
  Barbuda                  2          Costa Rica           1    Peru                     3
  Argentina                6          Dominican Republic   3    Suriname                 1
  Bahamas                  5          Ecuador              2    Trinidad and
  Barbados                 1          El Salvador          1    Tobago                   4
  Belize                   1          Guatamala            3    Uruguay                  1
  Bolivia                  4          Haiti                1    Venezuela               16
  Brazil                   6          Honduras             2    Regional Total         106
  Canada                  26          Jamaica              4
  Chile                    1          Mexico               1
Europe (24 countries)
   Belarus                  2         Germany              11   Slovakia                5
   Belgium                  1         Hungary               1   Spain                   2
   Bosnia and                         Italy                 1   Sweden                  4
   Herzgovina               3         Lithuania             1   Turkey                 16
   Cyprus                   2         Netherlands           1   Ukraine                 3
   Czech Republic           1         Norway                1   United Kingdom         13
   Denmark                  1         Poland                2   Yugoslavia              1
   Estonia                  1         Romania               3   Regional Total         84
   France                   1         Russia                7
Africa and the Middle East (27 countries)
   Bahrain                  2         Kenya                21   Tanzania                 1
   Burkina Faso             1         Lebanon               2   Togo                     1
   Cameroon                 1         Malawi               10   Tunisia                  2
   Cote d'Ivoire            2         Mauritius             1   Uganda                   5
   Egypt                    4         Morocco               3   United Arab Emirates     3
   Ethiopia                 3         Niger                 4   Zambia                   1
   Ghana                    4         Nigeria              25   Zimbabwe                 3
   Iran                     3         Saudi Arabia          9   Regional Total         127
   Iraq                     4         South Africa          3
   Jordan                   4         Syria                 5
Asia and Oceana (22 countries)
   Australia               1          Malaysia             24   Sri Lanka                4
   Bangladesh             17          Nepal                63   Tajikistan               1
   China                  11          North Korea           1   Taiwan                   4
   Hong Kong               3          Pakistan             32   Thailand                 5
   India                 321          Philippines           4   Uzbekistan               1
   Indonesia               3          Samoa                 1   Vietnam                 34
   Japan                 128          Singapore             1   Regional Total         667
   Kazakhstan              1          South Korea           7

                                                                Country Unknown        46
SOURCE: Crystal Reports/ResidencyCountry.rpt
Table 3.11
International Student Enrollment
Fall Semester 2006

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT OVERVIEW

  Total University Enrollment                                              13,090

  Total International Student Enrollment                                    1,030

  Percent of Total University Enrollment                                    7.9%

  Number of Countries Represented                                             98

  International Students with Permanent Visas                                191

  International Students with Non-Permanent Visas                            839

MAJOR COUNTRIES OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ORIGIN

         Rank                Country of Origin        Number of Students


           1                         India                   321
           2                         Japan                   128
           3                         Nepal                   63
           4                         Vietnam                 34
           5                         Pakistan                32

           6                         Canada                  26

           7                         Nigeria                 25
           8                         Malaysia                24
           9                         Kenya                   21
          10                         Bangladesh              17
          11                         Turkey                  16
          11                         Venezuela               16
          13                         United Kingdom          13
          14                         China                   11
          14                         Germany                 11
Table 3.12
Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Enrollment
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006


 CREDIT HOURS                        2002              2003      2004       2005      2006


 Lower Division                   77,708             81,343    82,097    80,130     79,550

 Upper Division                   42,452             44,272    45,063    46,085     46,905

 Graduate I                       14,961             16,767    17,744    17,295     17,669

 Graduate II                         959               900      1,418      2,012     3,107


  TOTAL                          136,080         143,282      146,322   145,522    147,231




FTE ENROLLMENT #                     2002              2003      2004       2005      2006

 Lower Division                    5,181              5,423     5,473      5,342     5,303

 Upper Division                    2,830              2,951     3,004      3,072     3,127

 Graduate I                        1,247              1,397     1,479      1,441     1,472

 Graduate II                         107               100       158        224       345

 First Professional                  255               255       256        263       276


   TOTAL                           9,620             10,126    10,370    10,342     10,523




# FTE enrollment calculated using ACHE guidelines.

SOURCE: REG 4556/ZSGR4005, Ethnic Background and Sex Survey; REG 4601/ZSGR0048,
        Credit Analysis by CIP Code.
Table 3.13
Term Credit Hour Enrollment* by Academic Division
Fall 2001 through Spring 2007

                                                       Fall         Spring         Summer         Total
2001-2002

Arts & Sciences                                         71,139          64,998           16,846   152,983
Mitchell College of Business                            15,765          15,762            5,754    37,281
Education                                               15,008          15,449            8,770    39,227
Engineering                                              4,561           4,001              925     9,487
Special Programs                                         4,327           3,535            1,066     8,928
Computer & Information Sciences                          5,808           5,569            1,762    13,139
Nursing                                                  8,779           7,557            5,776    22,112
Allied Health Professions                                8,973           8,364            4,908    22,245
Basic Medical Sciences                                     276             254              176       706

  Total                                               134,636        125,489             45,983   306,108
2002-2003

Arts & Sciences                                         71,989          66,530           18,161   156,680
Mitchell College of Business                            16,350          16,401            5,466    38,217
Education                                               15,218          15,286            9,333    39,837
Engineering                                              4,062           4,384              991     9,437
Special Programs                                         4,090           3,166            1,191     8,447
Computer & Information Sciences                          5,736           5,703            2,002    13,441
Nursing                                                  8,950           8,723            6,361    24,034
Allied Health Professions                                9,389           9,174            5,283    23,846
Basic Medical Sciences                                     296             293              196       785

  Total                                               136,080        129,660             48,984   314,724
2003-2004
Arts & Sciences                                         74,862          73,181           18,209   166,252
Mitchell College of Business                            16,587          16,929            4,842    38,358
Education                                               15,247          15,477            9,036    39,760
Engineering                                              4,570           4,864              897    10,331
Special Programs                                         4,243           3,589            1,204     9,036
Computer & Information Sciences                          5,566           5,690            1,886    13,142
Nursing                                                 11,705          11,256            7,460    30,421
Allied Health Professions                               10,181           9,590            5,406    25,177
Basic Medical Sciences                                     321             298              218       837

  Total                                                143,282        140,874            49,158   333,314

* Includes clinical credit hour equivalents in Allied Health, Nursing, and Psychology.
Table 3.13
Term Credit Hour Enrollment* by Academic Division
Fall 2001 through Spring 2007
                                                       Fall         Spring         Summer         Total
2004-2005
Arts & Sciences                                         75,428          67,944           17,052   160,424
Mitchell College of Business                            16,356          15,951            4,578    36,885
Education                                               15,417          14,981            8,275    38,673
Engineering                                              4,687           4,483              821     9,991
Special Programs                                         4,519           3,857            1,008     9,384
Computer & Information Sciences                          5,260           4,905            1,788    11,953
Nursing                                                 13,797          12,524            9,111    35,432
Allied Health Professions                               10,532           9,464            5,442    25,438
Basic Medical Sciences                                     326             292              200       818
Graduate School                                                             10                3        13

  Total                                                146,322        134,411            48,278   329,011
2005-2006
Arts & Sciences                                         73,693          66,795           16,280   156,768
Mitchell College of Business                            15,373          14,374            4,253    34,000
Education                                               15,279          14,809            7,360    37,448
Engineering                                              4,536           4,302              860     9,698
Special Programs                                         4,646           3,493            1,193     9,332
Computer & Information Sciences                          5,574           5,433            1,495    12,502
Nursing                                                 15,486          13,926           10,414    39,826
Allied Health Professions                               10,594           9,521            6,592    26,707
Basic Medical Sciences                                     338             300              202       840
Graduate School                                              3              21                3        27

  Total                                                145,522        132,974            48,652   327,148
2006-2007
Arts & Sciences                                         74,212          68,043
Mitchell College of Business                            14,659          14,838
Education                                               14,522          14,564
Engineering                                              4,795           5,289
Special Programs                                         4,417           3,806
Computer & Information Sciences                          5,398           5,507
Nursing                                                 16,967          14,944
Allied Health Professions                                11930          11,331
Basic Medical Sciences                                     331             290
Graduate School                                              0               3

  Total                                                147,231        138,615

* Includes clinical credit hour equivalents in Allied Health, Nursing, and Psychology.

SOURCE: REG 4600/ZSGR4003, Credit Hour Analysis by College.
Table 3.14
Student Credit Hour Enrollment By Academic Division and Program
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                 2002        2003        2004        2005        2006

COLLEGE OF ARTS
& SCIENCES

African-American Studies (AFR)
 Lower                              120         123         117         120         120

 Total                              120         123         117         120         120
Air Force Studies (AS)
 Lower                                  45          29          26          25          24
 Upper                                  48          51          39          39          30

 Total                                  93          80          65          64          54
Anthropology (AN)
 Lower                              780         936       1,142        1,061        920
 Upper                              285         155         174          177        223

 Total                             1,065       1,091      1,316        1,238      1,143
Art History (ARH)
 Lower                            1,158       1,047       1,200        1,137      1,011
 Upper                               48          87          99          143        176
 Graduate                                                                  3          0

 Total                             1,206       1,134      1,299        1,280      1,187
Studio Art (ARS)
 Lower                             1,959       2,145      2,091        1,836      1,968
 Upper                               510         555        483          657        627
 Graduate                              6          15          9           15          0

 Total                             2,475       2,715      2,583        2,508      2,595
Biology (BLY)
 Lower                             3,319       3,666      3,575        3,668      3,988
 Upper                               835         713        879          863      1,075
 Graduate                             96         183        178          150        104

 Total                             4,250       4,562      4,632        4,681      5,167
Chemistry (CH)
 Lower                             4,051       3,998      4,000        4,191      4,465
 Upper                               302         267        190          239        283
 Graduate                              9           9         15            0         10

 Total                             4,362       4,274      4,205        4,430      4,758
Table 3.14
Student Credit Hour Enrollment By Academic Division and Program
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                     2002       2003       2004       2005       2006

College of Arts and Sciences (CAS)
 Lower                                                                              484

 Total                                      0          0          0          0      484
Communication (CA)
 Lower                                 3,990      4,443     4,638       4,218     4,242
 Upper                                 1,216      1,260     1,329       1,195     1,130
 Graduate                                181        218       207         238       209

 Total                                 5,387      5,921     6,174       5,651     5,581
Criminal Justice (CJ)
Administration
 Lower                                   186       375        264         399       378
 Upper                                 1,053       900      1,032       1,086     1,113

 Total                                 1,239      1,275     1,296       1,485     1,491
Dramatic Arts (DRA)
 Lower                                 1,261      1,142     1,255       1,133       955
 Upper                                   156        216        71         110       192

 Total                                 1,417      1,358     1,326       1,243     1,147
Earth Sciences (ES)
 Upper                                                                                  17

 Total                                      0          0          0          0          17
English (EH)
 Lower                                 8,871      9,387     9,459       8,967     8,751
 Upper                                 1,057      1,272     1,260       1,083     1,392
 Graduate                                258        243       295         296       286

 Total                                10,186     10,902    11,014      10,346    10,429
Gender Studies (GS)
 Upper                                      0          0          3          0          0

 Total                                      0          0          3          0           0
Geography (GEO)
 Lower                                 1,413      1,710     1,928       1,940     1,790
 Upper                                   342        394       287         390       320

 Total                                 1,755      2,104     2,215       2,330     2,110
Table 3.14
Student Credit Hour Enrollment By Academic Division and Program
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                             2002        2003        2004        2005        2006


Geology (GY)
 Lower                         1,008        848         956         932         976
 Upper                           187        174         187         163         342
 Graduate                          0          3           0           2           4

 Total                         1,195       1,025      1,143        1,097      1,322
Gerontology (GRN)
 Lower                              36          36          54          48          30
 Upper                               9           3           6          12          21
 Graduate                            6           0           0           0           3

 Total                              51          39          60          60          54
History (HY)
 Lower                         5,898      6,327       6,153        5,574      5,586
 Upper                           835      1,110         840        1,299      1,044
 Graduate                        132        113         151           87        115

 Total                         6,865       7,550      7,144        6,960      6,745

International Studies (IS)
 Lower                          153         147         126         132         138
 Upper                            3          15          45           6          39
 Total                          156         162         171         138         177
Languages (LG)
 Lower                         2,907       2,982      3,108        2,853      3,150
 Upper                           312         259        264          257        351
 Graduate                         21          51         33           48         24

 Total                         3,240       3,292      3,405        3,158      3,525

Marine Sciences (MAS)
 Graduate                           83          60       53          77          92
 Graduate II                        94          99      132         144         181
 Total                          177         159         185         221         273
Mathematics (MA)
 Lower                         6,810       7,487      6,425        6,312      6,388
 Upper                           228         276        361          345        339
 Graduate                        200         330        387          329        403

 Total                         7,238       8,093      7,173        6,986      7,130
Table 3.14
Student Credit Hour Enrollment By Academic Division and Program
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                            2002        2003        2004        2005        2006


Meteorology (MET)
 Lower                           0           0           0          88          84
 Upper                         306         348         292         239         378

 Total                         306         348         292         327         462
Military Science (MS)
 Lower                             60          50          35          57          92
 Upper                             90          76          72          83          85

 Total                         150         126         107         140         177

Music
Applied Music A (MUA)
 Lower                             84      107         140         106             88
 Upper                             90       55          47          54             58
 Graduate                           2        4           0           3              3

 Total                         176         166         187         163         149

 Applied Music B (MUB)
 Lower                             42          34          38          26          29
 Upper                             25          23          34          26          27

 Total                             67          57          72          52          56

 Music Education (MUE)
 Lower                          49          48          76          46          56
 Upper                         199         203         208         238         196
 Graduate                        6           0           0           0           0

 Total                         254         251         284         284         252

 Music Literature (MUL)
 Lower                        1,250       1,192      1,309        1,218      1,226
 Upper                           45          60         68           51         39

 Total                        1,295       1,252      1,377        1,269      1,265

 Music Organization (MUO)
 Lower                         164         122         150         113         124
 Upper                          34          48          67          58          54
 Graduate                        0           0           1           0           0

 Total                         198         170         218         171         178
Table 3.14
Student Credit Hour Enrollment By Academic Division and Program
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                          2002        2003        2004        2005        2006


 Music Studio (MUS)
 Lower                                           11          11          26          10          11
 Upper                                           36          46          47          96          44

  Total                                          47          57          73      106             55

 Music Theory (MUT)
 Lower                                        201        180         153         144         135
 Upper                                         55         68         105          84          96

 Total                                        256        248         258         228         231

Philosophy (PHL)
 Lower                                      1,887       1,368      1,305        1,044        978
 Upper                                        135         243        273          345        375

 Total                                      2,022       1,611      1,578        1,389      1,353

Physics (PH)
 Lower                                      1,904       2,010      1,846        1,702      1,936
 Upper                                         42          73         63           64         90

 Total                                      1,946       2,083      1,909        1,766      2,026

Political Science & Public Administration (PSC)
 Lower                                         840       768       1,032        1,068        789
 Upper                                         705       847         819          780        813
 Graduate                                      135        96         144          132        120

 Total                                      1,680       1,711      1,995        1,980      1,722

Psychology (PSY)
 Lower                                      3,705      3,781       3,846        3,813      3,207
 Upper                                      1,603      1,592       1,776        1,858      1,852
 Graduate                                     229        168         158          192        195
 Graduate Clinical                            114         93          67           47         70

 Total                                      5,651       5,634      5,847        5,910      5,324

Self-Instructional Language Program (LGS)
 Lower                                        153        186         198         216         195
 Upper                                          0          0           6          15          12

 Total                                        153        186         204         231         207
Table 3.14
Student Credit Hour Enrollment By Academic Division and Program
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                               2002       2003       2004       2005       2006


Social Work (SW)
 Lower                                                                        318
 Upper                                                                         39

 Total                                0          0          0          0      357
Sociology (SY)
 Lower                           3,021      3,030     3,153       2,820     2,451
 Upper                           1,017        778       820         963     1,008
 Graduate                           76         80        62          87        56

 Total                           4,114      3,888     4,035       3,870     3,515
Statistics (ST)
 Lower                            924        912      1,235       1,340     1,197
 Upper                            264        276        186         165       147
 Graduate                           9         27         45          15        30

 Total                           1,197      1,215     1,466       1,520     1,374

COLLEGE OF ARTS
 & SCIENCES TOTALS
 Lower                         58,631     58,260     60,627      58,645    58,280
 Upper                         10,848     12,072     12,443      13,183    14,027
 Graduate                       1,517      1,449      1,600       1,674     1,654
 Graduate II                       76         94         99         144       181
 Graduate Clinical                 67        114         93          47        70

 Total                          71,139     71,989    74,862      73,693    74,212

MITCHELL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

Accounting (ACC)
 Lower                           1,653      1,761     1,743       1,665     1,551
 Upper                             972      1,065     1,005         828       960
 Graduate                          156        129        99          75        66

 Total                           2,781      2,955     2,847       2,568     2,577
Business (BUS)
 Lower                           1,146      1,422     1,479       1,620     1,800
 Upper                             474        537       495         516       411

 Total                           1,620      1,959     1,974       2,136     2,211
Table 3.14
Student Credit Hour Enrollment By Academic Division and Program
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                   2002      2003      2004     2005      2006



Economics (ECO)
 Lower                               1,863     2,160    2,205     1,995    2,088
 Upper                                 624       570      579       513      471
 Graduate                              189       147       93        57       33

 Total                               2,676     2,877    2,877     2,565    2,592
Finance (FIN)
 Upper                               1,662     1,704    1,689     1,518    1,116
 Graduate                              132        99       57        30        0

 Total                               1,794     1,803    1,746     1,548    1,116
Management (MGT)
 Upper                               4,434     4,413    4,455     4,365    3,864
 Graduate                              498       231      219       249      417

 Total                               4,932     4,644    4,674     4,614    4,281
Marketing & Transportation (MKT)
 Upper                               2,358     2,148    2,166     1,852    1,828
 Graduate                              189       201       72        90       54

 Total                               2,547     2,349    2,238     1,942    1,882

MITCHELL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
 TOTALS
 Lower                              4,662     5,343     5,427     5,280    5,439
 Upper                             10,524    10,437    10,389     9,592    8,650
 Graduate                           1,164       807       540       501      570

 Total                              16,350    16,587   16,356    15,373   14,659


COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Activity Courses (PE)
 Lower                               2,090     2,184    2,252     2,121    2,211
 Upper                                 606       564      612       714      687

 Total                               2,696     2,748    2,864     2,835    2,898
Art Education (AED)
 Upper                                228       312       348      354       264
Table 3.14
Student Credit Hour Enrollment By Academic Division and Program
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                    2002      2003      2004     2005      2006

 Total                                 228       312       348      354       264


Counselor Education (CED)
 Graduate                              931       729       528      486       363

 Total                                 931       729       528      486       363

Educational Foundations (EDF)
 Upper                                 450       534       528      465       396
 Graduate                              285       372       369      297       195

 Total                                 735       906       897      762       591

Educational Leadership (EDL)
 Graduate                              635       789       648      623       392

 Total                                 635       789       648      623       392

Educational Media (EDM)
 Upper                                 690       621       669      567       558
 Graduate                              288       370       288      337       344

 Total                                 978       991       957      904       902

Educational Psychology (EPY)
 Lower                                 522       456       525      570       567
 Upper                                 318       216       261      270       279
 Graduate                              417       450       459      360       447

 Total                                1,257     1,122    1,245     1,200    1,293

Elementary/Early Childhood (EEC)
 Lower                                   0       255       261         0        0
 Upper                               1,594     1,497     1,625     1,991    1,922
 Graduate                              270       342       360       414      261

 Total                                1,864     1,839    2,246     2,405    2,183

Health and Safety (HS)
 Lower                                 520       505       520      560       558
 Upper                                 195       141       147      177       177

 Total                                 715       646       667      737       735

Health & Physical Education (HPE)
 Graduate                              129       111       141      102       120
Table 3.14
Student Credit Hour Enrollment By Academic Division and Program
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                     2002     2003       2004       2005       2006


 Total                                  129      111        141        102        120


Instructional Systems Design (ISD)
 Graduate                               106       51         36         30         28
 Graduate II                            486      345        212        258        220

 Total                                  592      396        248        288        248

Interdepartmental Education (IDE)
 Lower                                                                             38
 Graduate                               654      789        661        684        520

 Total                                  654      789        661        684        558

Leisure Services (LS)
 Lower                                  255      258        324        297        336
 Upper                                  375      408        447        459        486
 Graduate                                 0       12         24         39         33

 Total                                  630      678        795        795        855

Natural Science Education (NSE)
 Lower                                  282          0          0          0          0

 Total                                  282          0          0          0          0

Reading Instruction (RED)
 Upper                                  609      606        744        789        999
 Graduate                               138      159        183        186        195

 Total                                  747      765        927        975      1,194

Secondary Education (SED)
 Upper                                  357      426        380        346        419
 Graduate                                36       51        108         81         63

 Total                                  393      477        488        427        482

Special Education (SPE)
 Lower                                   51       29         35         16         22
 Upper                                1,263    1,062      1,092        960        792
 Graduate                               438      603        630        726        630
Table 3.14
Student Credit Hour Enrollment By Academic Division and Program
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                                2002          2003         2004          2005         2006

     Total                                         1,752         1,694        1,757         1,702           1,444



    COLLEGE OF EDUCATION TOTALS
     Lower                                         3,720         3,687        3,917         3,564           3,732
     Upper                                         6,685         6,387        6,853         7,092           6,979
     Graduate                                      4,327         4,828        4,435         4,365           3,591
     Graduate II                                     486           345          212           258             220

     Total                                        15,218       15,247       15,417         15,279      14,522

    COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING†

    Chemical Engineering (CHE)
     Lower                                           177           252          317            93             36
     Upper                                           406           307          336           275            234
     Graduate                                        134           145          142           135             97
     Total                                           717           704          795           503            367
    Civil Engineering (CE)
     Lower                                           240           158          129           267            335
     Upper                                           463           585          638           573            604
     Graduate                                          0             0            9             0              0

     Total                                           703           743          767           840            939
    Electrical Engineering (EE)
     Lower                                           581           590          443           446             378
     Upper                                           708           675          877           920             799
     Graduate                                        302           635          569           714           1,184
     Total                                         1,591         1,900        1,889         2,080           2,361
    Mechanical Engineering (ME)
     Lower                                           507           285          351           381            440
     Upper                                           397           626          641           513            465
     Graduate                                        147           312          235           219            223
     Total                                         1,051         1,223        1,227         1,113           1,128
†
Credit hours include Pre-Engineering (EG) course credit hours in their applicable Engineering department.

    COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
     TOTALS
     Lower                                         1,505         1,285        1,240         1,187           1,189
     Upper                                         1,974         2,193        2,492         2,281           2,102
Table 3.14
Student Credit Hour Enrollment By Academic Division and Program
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                       2002        2003        2004        2005        2006

  Graduate                                  583      1,092        955        1,068      1,504

  Total                                    4,062     4,570      4,687        4,536      4,795


 COLLEGE OF ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS
Allied Health Professions (AHP)
 Lower                                                                                    202

 Total                                         0           0           0           0      202
 Audiology (AUD)
  Graduate II                                 0           84      177         202         287
  Graduate II Clinical Hours                                                              121

   Total                                       0          84      177         202         408

 Biomedical Sciences (BMD)
  Lower                                    1,495      702         589         652         490
  Upper                                    1,399    1,263       1,120         901         910

  Total                                    2,894     1,965      1,709        1,553      1,400

 Cardiorespiratory Sciences (CRC)
  Upper                                     391       372         330         264         548
  Upper Clinical Hours                      112        96          88          65          92

  Total                                     503       468         418         329         640

 Clinical Lab Sciences (CLS)
  Lower                                       0      1,516      1,544        1,624      1,596
  Upper                                     210        230        233          240        209
  Upper Clinical Hours                        0         60         77           73         92

  Total                                     210      1,806      1,854        1,937      1,897

Communication Sciences & Disorders (CSD)
  Graduate II                                 83          51          27          26          45

  Total                                       83          51          27          26          45

 Occupational Therapy (OT)
  Lower                                      28         0          22          32           0
  Upper                                     173         0           0           0           0
  Graduate                                    0       382         504         816         740
  Upper Clinical Hours                      130         0           0           0           0
  Graduate Clinical Hours                     0        26         175          80         123
Table 3.14
Student Credit Hour Enrollment By Academic Division and Program
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                     2002       2003       2004       2005       2006


 Total                                  331        382        701        928        863




Physical Therapy (PT)
 Lower                                   39          21        40          37         0
 Upper                                    0           0         3           0         0
 Graduate                               804       1,055       588           0         0
 Graduate II                              0           0       544       1,044     1,662
 Graduate Clinical Hours                360         345       630           0         0
 Graduate II Clinical Hours               0           0         0           0       260

 Total                                 1,203      1,421     1,805       1,081     1,922

Physician Assistant Studies (PA)
 Graduate                              1,074      1,112     1,162       1,200     1,122
 Graduate Clinical Hours                 413        387       440         483       433

 Total                                 1,487      1,499     1,602       1,683     1,555

Radiologic Sciences (RAD)
 Lower                                  846        894        867        904        865
 Upper                                  202        203        201        348        404
 Lower Clinical Hours                   258        305        245        305        290
 Upper Clinical Hours                   185        175        158        255        368

 Total                                 1,491      1,577     1,471       1,812     1,927

Speech and Hearing Science (SHS)
 Lower                                             102        162        159        162
 Upper                                             354        219        315        294

 Total                                      0      456        381        474        456

Speech Language Pathology (SLP)
 Graduate                                          256        260        366        494
 Graduate Clinical Hours                             0        127        203        121

 Total                                      0      256        387        569        615

Speech Pathology & Audiology (SPA)
 Lower                                  105            0          0          0          0
 Upper                                  351            0          0          0          0
Table 3.14
Student Credit Hour Enrollment By Academic Division and Program
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                        2002      2003      2004       2005       2006

 Graduate                                  423        63           0          0          0
 Graduate Clinical Hours                   139       127           0          0          0

 Total                                    1,018      190           0          0          0


COLLEGE OF ALLIED HEALTH
 PROFESSIONS TOTALS
 Lower                                   2,513      3,235    3,224       3,408     3,315
 Upper                                   2,726      2,422    2,106       2,068     2,365
 Graduate                                2,470      2,868    2,514       2,382     2,356
 Graduate II                                83        135      748       1,272     1,994
 Lower Clinical Hours                      258        305      245         305       290
 Upper Clinical Hours                      427        331      323         393       552
 Graduate Clinical Hours                   912        885    1,372         766       677
 Graduate II Clinical Hours                  0          0        0           0       381

 Total                         9,389               10,181   10,532      10,594    11,930
SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
 & SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Adult Interdisciplinary Studies (AIS)
 Lower                                     207       234       297        336        300
 Upper                                     405       442       472        537        517
 Total                                     612       676       769        873        817
Career Planning (CP)
 Lower                                     707       722     1,023       1,118       909
 Upper                                      66        28        60          21        60
 Total                                     773       750     1,083       1,139       969
Developmental Studies (DS)
 Lower                                    2,000     2,021    1,844       1,823     1,697
 Total                                    2,000     2,021    1,844       1,823     1,697
Emergency Medical Services (EMT)
 Lower                                     209       218       276        242        258
 Upper                                     372       384       277        356        392
 Total                                     581       602       553        598        650
English as a Second Language (ESL)
 Lower                                     120       192       267        210        186
 Total                                     120       192       267        210        186
Table 3.14
Student Credit Hour Enrollment By Academic Division and Program
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                         2002       2003       2004       2005       2006

Honors Interdisciplinary Studies (HON)
 Lower                                                                                      28
 Upper                                          4          2          3          3          10
 Total                                          4          2          3          3          38


Interdisciplinary Studies (IST)
 Upper                                                                                      60
 Total                                          0          0          0          0          60
SPECIAL PROGRAMS TOTALS
 Lower                                     3,243      3,387     3,707       3,729     3,378
 Upper                                       847        856       812         917     1,039
 Total                                     4,090      4,243     4,519       4,646     4,417
SCHOOL OF COMPUTER &
 INFORMATION SCIENCES TOTALS

 Lower                                    3,547       3,474     3,278       4,012     3,927
 Upper                                    1,475       1,338     1,039         904       819
 Graduate                                   714         754       943         658       652
 Total                                     5,736      5,566     5,260       5,574     5,398
COLLEGE OF NURSING TOTALS
 Upper                                    4,456       6,152     6,700       7,679     8,109
 Graduate                                 2,658       3,343     4,344       4,859     5,359
 Upper Clinical Hours                     1,266       1,713     1,917       1,976     2,263
 Graduate Clinical Hours                    570         497       836         972     1,236
 Total                                     8,950     11,705    13,797      15,486    16,967
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE TOTALS

Basic Medical Sciences
 Graduate II                                296        321        326        338        331
 Total                                      296        321        326        338        331

UNIVERSITY TOTALS
 Lower                                   77,450     81,038     81,852      79,825    79,260
 Upper                                   40,759     42,228     42,823      43,716    44,090
 Graduate                                13,365     15,292     15,469      15,510    15,686
 Graduate II                                959        900      1,418       2,012     2,726
 Lower Clinical Hours                       258        305        245         305       290
 Upper Clinical Hours                     1,693      2,044      2,240       2,369     2,815
Table 3.14
Student Credit Hour Enrollment By Academic Division and Program
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                          2002      2003       2004        2005       2006

  Graduate Clinical Hours                   1,596     1,475      2,275       1,785      1,983
  Graduate II Clinical Hours                    0         0          0           0        381
  Total                                   136,080   143,282    146,322     145,522    147,231
SOURCE: REG 4600/ZSGR4003/ZSGR4004, Credit Hour Analysis by College; REG 4601/ZSGR0048,
            Credit Hour Analysis by CIP code.
Table 3.15
Baldwin County Branch Campus Enrollment Profile*
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006


                                                            2002          2003              2004     2005     2006

Total Enrollment                                                 516           732             730      676      721
   USABC Only                                                    192           257             304      281      311
   USABC/Main Campus                                             324           475             426      395      410


Enrollment by College/School

   Arts and Sciences                                              55            86             112       89      131
   Mitchell College of Business                                   45            68              80       49       61
   Education                                                     345           409             329      312      285
   Engineering                                                     0             9               6        9        5
   Allied Health Professions                                       5            10              16       16       17
   Nursing                                                        23            99             141      156      177
   Computer and Information Sciences                               1             1               6        7        3
   Continuing Education and Special Programs                      42            49              40       38       42

Enrollment by Academic Class

   Freshman                                                       24            34              15       14       29
   Sophomore                                                      60            56              80       64       54
   Junior                                                         87           128             140      152      189
   Senior                                                         94           190             259      229      262
   Graduate                                                      242           312             225      208      179
   Unclassified                                                    9            12              11        9        8

Enrollment by Status **

   Full-Time                                                     280           458             454      449      499
   Part-Time                                                     236           274             276      227      222




* The data shown here are included in other tables detailing total University enrollment.

** Based on students' total credit-hour registration on the Main and Branch campuses.
Table 3.15
Baldwin County Branch Campus Enrollment Profile*
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006


                                                           2002          2003          2004         2005      2006

Enrollment by State of Residence

   Alabama                                                      494           629             657      594       639
   Florida                                                        4            26              33       44        39
   Mississippi                                                   14            26              29       26        30
   Other/Unknown                                                  4            51              11       12        13

Alabama Student Enrollment by
 County of Residence

   Mobile                                                       232           321             329      309       302
   Baldwin                                                      229           269             285      244       278
   Escambia                                                       4             7               3        1         5
   Other                                                         29            32              40       40        54

Total Credit Hour Enrollment                                 2,538         3,338            4,070    4,058     5,510

Credit Hour Enrollment by College/School

   Arts and Sciences                                           396            546             593       584       633
   Mitchell College of Business                                 282           282             354       186       261
   Education                                                  1,509         1,140           1,224     1,158     1,195
   Engineering                                                    0             0               0         0         0
   Allied Health Professions                                      0             0               0         0         0
   Nursing                                                      279         1,325           1,851     2,100     3,247
   Computer and Information Sciences                              0             0               0         0
   Continuing Education and Special Programs                     72            45              48        30      174




* The data shown here are included in other tables detailing total University enrollment.


   SOURCE: The President's Council Report, Crystal Reports\BCsumResidency.rpt
Table 4.1
Academic Degree Program* Inventory
Fall 2006
   NCES Program                                                       Program Level
   Classification                 University Program Title        C    B     M      S   D
  College of Arts and Sciences
       9.0101         Communication                                    X     X
      16.0101         Foreign Languages and Literatures                X
      23.0101         English                                          X     X
      26.0101         Biology                                          X     X
      27.0101         Mathematics                                            X
      27.9999         Mathematics and Statistics                       X
      30.0101         Marine Sciences                                        X          X
      30.1101         Gerontology                                 X
      30.2001         International Studies                            X
      38.0101         Philosophy                                       X
      40.0404         Meteorology                                      X
      40.0501         Chemistry                                        X
      40.0601         Geology                                          X
      40.0801         Physics                                          X
      42.0101         Psychology                                       X     X
      43.0103         Criminal Justice                                 X
      44.0401         Public Administration                                  X
      44.0701         Social Work                                      X
      45.0201         Anthropology                                     X
      45.0701         Geography                                        X
      45.1001         Political Science                                X
      45.1101         Sociology                                        X     X
      50.0501         Dramatic Arts                                    X
      50.0701         Art                                              X
      50.0901         Music                                            X
      54.0101         History                                          X     X
  Mitchell College of Business
      52.0101         General Business                                 X
      52.0201         Management                                       X     X
      52.0301         Accounting                                       X     X
      52.0801         Finance                                          X
      52.1401         Marketing                                        X
  College of Education
      13.0401         Education Administration                               X
      13.1001         Special Education                                X     X
      13.1101         Student Counseling & Personnel Services**              X
      13.1202         Elementary Education                             X     X
      13.1205         Secondary Education                              X     X
Table 4.1
Academic Degree Program* Inventory
Fall 2006
   NCES Program                                                              Program Level
   Classification                    University Program Title            C    B     M      S   D
  College of Education (continued)
      13.1210           Early Childhood Education                             X     X
      13.1314           Physical Education**                                  X     X
      13.1315           Reading Education                                           X
      13.1334           Educational Media**                                         X
      13.9999           Instructional Design & Development                          X          X
      13.9999           Instructional Specialist                                          X
      31.0101           Leisure Studies                                       X
  College of Engineering
       14.0701        Chemical Engineering                                    X     X
       14.0801        Civil Engineering                                       X     X
       14.0901        Computer Engineering                                    X
       14.1001        Electrical Engineering                                  X     X
       14.1901        Mechanical Engineering                                  X     X
  School of Continuing Education and Special Programs
      24.0199        Interdisciplinary Studies Program (B.A. and B.S.)        X
      51.0904        Emergency Medical Technician-Basic                  X
      51.0904        Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic            X

  College of Allied Health Professions
      26.0102         Biomedical Sciences                                     X
      51.0201         Speech and Hearing Sciences                             X
      51.0202         Doctor of Audiology                                                      X
      51.0203         Speech-Language Pathology                                     X
      51.0299         Communication Sciences & Disorders                                       X
      51.0908         Cardiorespiratory Sciences                              X
      51.0911         Radiologic Technology/Sciences                     X    X
      51.0912         Physician Assistant                                           X
      51.1005         Clinical Laboratory Sciences                            X
      51.1199         Preprofessional Health Sciences                         X
      51.2306         Occupational Therapy                                          X
      51.2308         Physical Therapy                                                         X
  College of Medicine
      26.9999           Basic Medical Sciences (Ph.D.)                                         X
      51.1201           Medicine (M.D.)                                                        X
  College of Nursing
       51.1601       Nursing                                                  X     X          X
Table 4.1
Academic Degree Program* Inventory
Fall 2006
   NCES Program                                                                                            Program Level
    Classification                           University Program Title                                C       B          M   S   D

  School of Computer and Information Sciences
       11.0101              Computer and Information Sciences                                                X          X
  Graduate School
     26.1006                Environmental Toxicology                                                                    X




   *Program classification codes and titles reflect the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) designations.
    Specializations within degree majors may be subsumed under program categories. Program levels are as follow
    C: Postsecondary certificate; B: Bachelor's degree; M: Master's degree; S: Education specialist degre
    D: Doctor's degree
  **Master's level includes M.Ed. and M.S. programs.
    SOURCES: University of South Alabama Bulletin; ACHE Academic Program Inventor
Table 4.2
Institutional and Program Accreditation
Fall 2006

         Program                        Degree                           Accrediting Body


University                     The University of South Alabama is accredited by the Commission on Colleges
                               of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award baccalaureate,
                               master's, educational specialist, doctor of philosophy, doctor of audiology,
                               doctor of physical therapy, and doctor of medicine degrees.



College of Arts and Sciences
Chemistry                                 BS             American Chemical Society (an approving body)
Music                                     BM             National Association of Schools of Music

Mitchell College of Business
General Business                        BSBA             AACSB International
Management                              MBA              AACSB International
Management                              BSBA             AACSB International
Accounting                              BSBA             AACSB International
Accounting                              MAcc             AACSB International
Finance                                 BSBA             AACSB International
Marketing                               BSBA             AACSB International

College of Education
Education Administration                 MEd             National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Educational Media                        MEd             National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Special Education                        BS              National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Special Education                        MEd             National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Student Counseling &                     MEd             National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
 Personnel Services
Elementary Education                     BS              National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Elementary Education                     MEd             National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Early Childhood Education                BS              National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Early Childhood Education                MEd             National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Secondary Education                      BS              National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Secondary Education                      MEd             National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Physical Education                       BS              National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Physical Education                       MEd             National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Instructional Specialist                 EdS             National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Reading Education                        MEd             National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Table 4.2
Institutional and Program Accreditation
Fall 2006

                 Program                      Degree                         Accrediting Body

College of Engineering
Chemical Engineering                          BSCHE    Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc.
Civil Engineering                              BSCE    Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc.
Computer Engineering                          BSCPE    Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc.
Electrical Engineering                         BSEE    Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc.
Mechanical Engineering                        BSME     Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc.

School of Continuing Education and Special Programs
Emergency Medical Technician-Basic             Cert    Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health
                                                        Education Programs
Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic         Cert    Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health
                                                        Education Programs
College of Allied Health Professions
Speech-Language Pathology                     MSS-LP   American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Audiology                                      AUD     American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Radiologic Technology                          Cert    Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic
                                                        Technology
Cardiorespiratory Sciences                    BSCS     Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health
                                                        Education Programs
Clinical Laboratory Sciences                  BSCLS    National Accrediting Agency for Clinical
                                                        Laboratory Sciences
Physical Therapy                          MPT/DPT      Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education
Occupational Therapy                       MSOT        Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education
Physician Assistant                        MHS         Accreditation Review Commission for Education for the
                                                       Physician Assistant, Inc.
College of Medicine
Medicine                                       MD      Liaison Committee on Medical Education

College of Nursing
Nursing                                        BSN     Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
Nursing                                        MSN     Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education


School of Computer and Information Sciences
Computer Science Specialization                BS      Computing Accreditation Commission of Accreditation Board
                                                       for Engineering and Technology, Inc

Information Systems Specialization             BS      Computing Accreditation Commission of Accreditation Board
                                                       for Engineering and Technology, Inc.
Table 4.3
Degrees Conferred by Level
1966-67 through 2005-2006
                 Bachelor Degrees         Master's Degrees**          Ph. D. Degrees             M. D. Degrees
 Academic        Number of     Percent    Number of     Percent     Number of     Percent      Number of     Percent         Total
   Year*          Degrees      of Total     Degrees     of Total     Degrees      of Total      Degrees      of Total       Awards
     1966-67            88      100.0             0         0.0             0          0.0             0         0.0               88
     1967-68           203       97.1             6         2.9             0          0.0             0         0.0              209
     1968-69           344       85.8            57        14.2             0          0.0             0         0.0              401
     1969-70           527       87.4            76        12.6             0          0.0             0         0.0              603
     1970-71           658       83.0           135        17.0             0          0.0             0         0.0              793
     1971-72           693       78.6           189        21.4             0          0.0             0         0.0              882
     1972-73           762       77.4           222        22.6             0          0.0             0         0.0              984
     1973-74           774       79.6           198        20.4             0          0.0             0         0.0              972
     1974-75           761       66.7           380        33.3             0          0.0             0         0.0            1,141
     1975-76           804       70.2           322        28.1             0          0.0            20         1.7            1,146
     1976-77           785       68.6           298        26.0             0          0.0            62         5.4            1,145
     1977-78           799       67.7           325        27.5             0          0.0            56         4.7            1,180
     1978-79           815       73.2           240        21.5             0          0.0            59         5.3            1,114
     1979-80           860       73.8           250        21.4             0          0.0            56         4.8            1,166
     1980-81           894       74.2           244        20.2             0          0.0            67         5.6            1,205
     1981-82           909       75.3           237        19.6             0          0.0            61         5.1            1,207
     1982-83           981       76.0           234        18.1             4          0.3            71         5.5            1,290
     1983-84         1,026       79.2           199        15.4             6          0.5            65         5.0            1,296
     1984-85         1,037       75.7           268        19.6             4          0.3            61         4.5            1,370
     1985-86         1,025       76.3           247        18.4             5          0.4            67         5.0            1,344
     1986-87         1,057       77.3           237        17.3             9          0.7            64         4.7            1,367
     1987-88         1,182       76.4           299        19.3             5          0.3            62         4.0            1,548
     1988-89         1,156       77.0           288        19.2             7          0.5            50         3.3            1,501
     1989-90         1,252       75.6           337        20.4             8          0.5            59         3.6            1,656
     1990-91         1,280       73.7           392        22.6             2          0.1            62         3.6            1,736
     1991-92         1,277       73.4           404        23.2             8          0.5            51         2.9            1,740
     1992-93         1,316       72.2           435        23.9             6          0.3            65         3.6            1,822
     1993-94         1,407       74.4           411        21.7             6          0.3            68         3.6            1,892
     1994-95         1,453       73.2           464        23.4             8          0.4            60         3.0            1,985
     1995-96         1,494       70.9           542        25.7             8          0.4            63         3.0            2,107
     1996-97         1,417       70.1           524        25.9            15          0.7            65         3.2            2,021
     1997-98         1,588       73.8           480        22.3            21          1.0            63         2.9            2,152
     1998-99         1,468       70.4           539        25.9            19          0.9            59         2.8            2,085
     1999-00         1,391       71.3           484        24.8            18          0.9            58         3.0            1,951
     2000-01         1,285       68.8           511        27.3             8          0.4            65         3.5            1,869
     2001-02         1,365       68.5           554        27.8            13          0.7            60         3.0            1,992
     2002-03         1,371       66.4           623        30.2            11          0.5            59         2.9            2,064
     2003-04         1,303       65.9           601        30.4            12          0.6            60         3.0            1,976
     2004-05         1,365       63.5           714        33.2            11          0.5            59         2.7            2,149
     2005-06         1,502       66.1           697        30.7            15          0.7            60         2.6            2,274
     TOTAL          41,674       72.6        13,663        23.8           229          0.4         1,857         3.2           57,423
  * The University admitted its first students in 1964 and conferred its first degrees in 1966-67.
** The numbers of master's degrees shown include educational specialist degrees.
SOURCES: Higher Education General Information Survey: Degrees and Other Formal Awards Conferred; Integrated Postsecondary
     Education Data System Completions Reports; Student Information System
Table 4.4
Degrees Awarded by Academic Divsion
Academic Years 2001-02 through 2005-06
ACADEMIC DIVISION                          2001-02     2002-03      2003-04   2004-05   2005-06

College of Allied Health Professions
 Baccalaureate Degrees                        108         123         104      122       106
 Master's Degrees                              89          84          70       96        54
 Ph.D. Degrees                                 1           3           4        1         4
College of Arts & Sciences
 Baccalaureate Degrees                        374         372         391      386       447
 Master's Degrees                              51          62          51       42        48
 Ph.D. Degrees                                 1           1           1        2         1
Mitchell College of Business
 Baccalaureate Degrees                        236         261         247      218       258
 Master's Degrees                              43          76          67       49        43
College of Education
 Baccalaureate Degrees                        255         240         220      234       247
 Master's Degrees*                            221         231         243      275       257
 Ph.D. Degrees                                 7           3           5        4         2
College of Engineering
 Baccalaureate Degrees                        119         106          79      100        99
 Master's Degrees                              19          21          53       79        77
College of Medicine
 Doctor of Medicine Degrees                   60          59           60       59        60
 Ph.D. Degrees                                4           4            2        4         8
College of Nursing
 Baccalaureate Degrees                        152         155         160      217       245
 Master's Degrees                             102         114          86      141       166
School of Computer and Information Sciences
 Baccalaureate Degrees                    53              65           52       46        42
 Master's Degrees                         29              35           31       32        51
School of Continuing Education
 and Special Programs
 Baccalaureate Degrees                        68          49           50       42        58
Graduate School
 Master's Degrees                                                                         1
UNIVERSITY TOTALS
 Baccalaureate Degrees                       1,365       1,371       1,303     1,365     1,502
 Master's Degrees*                            554         623         601       714       697
 Doctor of Medicine Degrees                    60          59          60        59        60
 Ph.D. Degrees                                 13          11          12        11        15

TOTAL DEGREES AWARDED                       1,992       2,064        1,976    2,149     2,274

SOURCE: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System Completions Report.
*Includes Educational Specialist Degrees
Table 4.5
Degrees & Certificates Awarded, by Program Classification*
Academic Years 2001-02 through 2005-06
  Program              Discipline
Classification         and Level             2001-02         2002-03          2003-04         2004-05         2005-06
  09.0101        Communication
                 B.A.                           75              70               83              71               91
                 M.A.                           10              12                6               5                7
  11.0101        Computer & Information Sciences
                 B.S.                      53                   65               52              46               42
                 M.S.                      29                   35               31              32               51
  13.0401        Educational Administration & Supervision
                 M.Ed.                      24            34                     30              42               36
  13.1001        Special Education
                 B.S.                           21              24               15              12               19
                 M.Ed.                          14              22               16              45               36
  13.1101        Student/Community Counseling
                 M.Ed., M.S.               54                   53               63              48               29
  13.1202        Elementary Education
                 B.S.                          115              114             118             132               141
                 M.Ed.                         36               40              34              45                51
  13.1205        Secondary Education
                 B.S.                           57              30               51              45               38
                 M.Ed.                          30              25               35              40               38
  13.1210        Early Childhood Education
                 M.Ed.                     7                     5               4               12                8
  13.1314        Health and Physical Education
                 B.S.                       62                  31               17              19               33
                 M.Ed., M.S.                11                  15               16              11               17
  13.1334        Educational Media
                 M.Ed.                          19              10               8               11               21
  13.9999        Instructional Design and Development
                 M.S.                        16                  9               18               9               9
                 Ph.D.                        7                  3                5               4               2
  13.9999        Instructional Specialist
                 Ed.S.                          10              18               19              12               12

  14.0701        Chemical Engineering
                 B.S.                           20              23               16              14               21
                 M.S.                            4               9               13              20                9

                 [Note: Ed.S. Instructional Specialist consolidates former Ed.S. programs in Educational Media,
                 Special Education, Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, Secondary Education,
                 Physical Education, Educational Administration, and Student Counseling.]
Table 4.5
Degrees & Certificates Awarded, by Program Classification*
Academic Years 2001-02 through 2005-06
  Program             Discipline
Classification        and Level           2001-02    2002-03   2003-04   2004-05   2005-06
  14.0801        Civil Engineering
                 B.S.                        19        23        12        32        21
  14.0901        Computer Engineering
                 B.S.                        14        10        17        19        5
  14.1001        Electrical Engineering
                 B.S.                        35        29        13        10        33
                 M.S.                         9         4        27        47        50
  14.1901        Mechanical Engineering
                 B.S.                        31        21        21        25        19
                 M.S.                         6         8        13        12        18
  16.0101        Foreign Languages and Literatures
                 B.A.                       1          8         7         10        13
  16.0402        Russian Language & Literature
                 B.A.                       0          1         0         0         0
  16.0501        German Language & Literature
                 B.A.                      1           0         1         0         0
  16.0901        French Language & Literature
                 B.A.                       1          0         0         0         0
  16.0905        Spanish Language & Literature
                 B.A.                       3          4         3         0         0
  23.0101        English Language & Literature
                 B.A.                       24         19        17        35        19
                 M.A.                        7          7         7        10         2
  24.0199        Interdisciplinary Studies Program
                 B.A., B.S.                   68       50        51        42        58
  26.0101        Biological Sciences
                 B.S.                        25        35        20        35        41
                 M.S.                         1         5         6         4         9
  26.0102        Biomedical Sciences
                 B.S.                        27        39        21        44        30
  26.1006        Environmental Toxicology
                 M.S.                        -          -         -         -        1
  26.9999        Basic Medical Sciences
                 Ph.D.                       4         4         2         4         8
  27.0101        Mathematics
                 B. S.                       0         1         0         0         0
                 M.S.                        2         2         2         4         7
Table 4.5
Degrees & Certificates Awarded, by Program Classification*
Academic Years 2001-02 through 2005-06
  Program              Discipline
Classification         and Level          2001-02   2002-03   2003-04   2004-05   2005-06


  27.9999        Mathematics/Statistics
                 B.S.                       4         4         7         6         12
  30.0101        Marine Sciences
                 M.S.                       8         5         7         5         5
                 Ph.D.                      1         1         1         2         1
  30.1101        Gerontology
                 Certificate                9         7         2         5         10
  30.2001        International Studies
                 B.A.                       7         9         11        14        13
  31.0101        Leisure Studies
                 B.S.                        -        41        19        26        16
  38.0101        Philosophy
                 B.A.                       1         2         5         5         2
  40.0404        Meteorology
                 B.S.                       11        9         11        14        6

  40.0501        Chemistry
                 B.S.                       5         5         10        4         6

  40.0601        Geology
                 B.S.                       1         11        6         5         5

  40.0801        Physics
                 B.S.                       4         3         3         1         2

  42.0101        Psychology
                 B.A.                       51        47        55        44        53
                 M.S.                        9         7        10         5         2

  43.0103        Criminal Justice
                 B.A.                       48        37        28        33        42
  44.0401        Public Administration
                 M.P.A.                     10        13        7         2         12

  45.0201        Anthropology
                 B.A.                       11        9         8         12        9

  45.0601        Economics
                 B.A.                       1         2         0         0         0
Table 4.5
Degrees & Certificates Awarded, by Program Classification*
Academic Years 2001-02 through 2005-06
  Program                Discipline
Classification           and Level       2001-02        2002-03   2003-04   2004-05   2005-06

  45.0701        Geography
                 B.S.                        6            10        11        7         9

  45.1001        Political Science
                 B.A.                        17           19        20        25        24

  45.1101        Sociology
                 B.A.                        25           21        19        16        22
                 M.A.                         1            4         2         1         2

  50.0501        Dramatic Arts
                 B.A.,B.F.A.                 2            4         13        6         9

  50.0701        Art
                 B.A.,B.F.A.                 16           17        22        10        20

  50.0703        Art History
                 B.A.                        3            3         0         0         0

  50.0901        Music, General
                 B.A.                        2            4         7         9         15
  50.0903        Music Performance
                 B.M.                        1            1         0         0         0

  50.0904        Music Education
                 B.M.                        3            0         0         0         0

  51.0201        Speech and Hearing Sciences
                 B.S.                       13            12        22        18        14

  51.0202        Audiology
                 Au.D.                       -             -         -         -         -

  51.0203        Speech-Language Pathology
                 M.S.                        25           25        17        14        10

  51.0299        Communication Sciences and Disorders
                 Ph.D.                       1            3         4         1         4
  51.0904        Emergency Medical Technology - Basic
                 Certificate              35              7         39        6         27
  51.0904        Emergency Medical Technology - Paramedic
                 Certificate              22            14          18        7         17
Table 4.5
Degrees & Certificates Awarded, by Program Classification*
Academic Years 2001-02 through 2005-06
  Program             Discipline
Classification        and Level           2001-02       2002-03   2003-04   2004-05   2005-06
  51.0908        Cardiorespiratory Sciences
                 B.S.                       6             13        8         12        6
  51.0911        Radiologic Sciences
                 Certificate                 25           27        22        31        26
                 B.S.                        15           16        15        12        17
  51.0912        Physician Assistant
                 M.H.S.                      34           35        31        29        34
  51.1005        Clinical Laboratory Sciences
                 B.S.                         6           7         7         6         12
  51.1199        Preprofessional Health Sciences
                 B.S.                        12           24        30        30        27
  51.1201        Medicine
                 M.D.                        60           59        60        59        60
  51.1601        Nursing
                 B.S.N.                     152          155       160       217       245
                 M.S.N.                     102          114       86        141       166
  51.2306        Occupational Therapy
                 B.S.                        29           12        1          0         0
                 M.S.                         -            -        -         11        10
  51.2308        Physical Therapy
                 M.P.T.                      30           24        22        42        0
                 D.P.T.                       -            -         -         -        -
  52.0101        Business, General
                 B.S.B.A.                    5            6         8         15        18
  52.0201        Business Administration & Management
                 B.S.B.A.                   49            58        50        43        53
                 M.B.A.                     32            71        60        40        36
  52.0208        Electronic Commerce
                 B.S.B.A.                    8            11        15        9         11
  52.0301        Accounting
                 B.S.B.A.                    47           45        51        42        39
                 M.Acc.                      11            5         7         9         7
  52.0601        Business Economics
                 B.S.B.A.                    4            5         4         3         5
  52.0801        Finance
                 B.S.B.A.                    51           53        46        37        47
  52.1401        Marketing Management
                 B.S.B.A.                    72           83        73        69        85
Table 4.5
Degrees & Certificates Awarded, by Program Classification*
Academic Years 2001-02 through 2005-06
  Program              Discipline
Classification         and Level             2001-02         2002-03          2003-04   2004-05   2005-06
   54.0101       History
                 B.A.                           25               16               23      23        34
                 M.A.                            3                7                4       6         2


 *Classification of Instructional Program (CIP) codes used to report enrollment
       and degrees to the National Center for Education Statistics.

SOURCE: SHRICIP, Graduation Statistics Report
Table 4.6
Degrees Awarded by Ethnicity and Gender,
Academic Year 2005-2006

 BY ETHNICITY            Undergraduate         Graduate          First Professional           Total
 BACKGROUND             Number    Percent   Number     Percent   Number       Percent   Number        Percent



Native American           17       1.1         3        0.4        0           0.0       20            0.9

Asian American           47        3.1        10        1.4        2           3.3       59            2.6

African American         200       13.3       65        9.1        6          10.0      271           11.9

Hispanic American        15        1.0         4        0.6        0           0.0       19            0.8

Non-Resident Alien       63        4.2        116      16.3        0           0.0      179            7.9

White                   1,110      73.9       450      63.2       52          86.7      1,612         70.9

Unknown                  50        3.3        64        9.0        0           0.0      114            5.0

   TOTAL                1,502     100.0      712      100.0       60          100.0     2,274         100.0




                         Undergraduate         Graduate          First Professional        Total
   BY GENDER            Number    Percent   Number     Percent   Number       Percent   Number        Percent



Male                     560       37.3       224      31.5        35         58.3      819           36.0


Female                   942       62.7       488      68.5        25         41.7      1,455         64.0


   TOTAL                1,502     100.0       712     100.0        60         100.0     2,274         100.0




SOURCE: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System Completions Reports.
Table 4.7
University Library Holdings
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                                2002              2003              2004             2005               2006


Bound Volumes*                                   424,220            449,998          461,289           474,433          481,545

Current Serial Titles                               1,869              1,885            1,881            1,847            1,640

Microform                                        901,942            915,053          917,938           919,540          921,076

Government Documents**                         1,065,411          1,070,542        1,075,361         1,068,209      1,071,061

  Hard Copy                                      497,913            499,991          501,925           496,141          497,202

  Microform                                      567,498            570,551          573,436           572,068          573,859

Interlibrary Loan/Transactions:

  Loaned                                            4,534              4,220            3,990            4,236            4,259

  Borrowed                                          3,210              3,341            3,122            2,594            2,989

Library Patrons                                  151,209            134,900          272,240           250,878          276,201
 (door count)

Database Usage                                   461,478            485,806          700,549         1,050,908      2,027,285
  (Ref OnLine, CD-ROM, and WEB)

   Circulation:
      Total books, including reserves              53,240            55,048            66,972           56,331           51,967
      Library instruction classes                     397               502               403              489              346
      Students instructed                           3,910             4,821             4,661            5,242            4,641



*Includes bound periodicals.
**Physical units.

 The Library also has a steadily growing collection of audiovisual materials including sound recordings, 16 mm films,
 and audiovisual software.

SOURCE: Dean, University Libraries
Table 4.8
Baugh Biomedical Library Holdings
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006


                                      2002             2003             2004             2005                2006


Bound Volumes                           93,073           94,799           87,558           89,199             89,948




Current Periodical
 Subscriptions                           3,346            3,411            3,923            5,497              1,043




Microform                               10,890           11,078           11,284           11,336             11,410




External
Database Usage                          56,512         164,203          233,309          333,366         1,091,656




The Biomedical Library currently is housed in two locations: the Biomedical Library Building on the main campus
  and the first floor of the Mastin Building in the USA Medical Center complex. The Biomedical Library
  collections are designed to serve the curricula of the College of Medicine, the College of Allied Health
  Professions, and the College of Nursing.



 SOURCE: Director of the Biomedical Library
Table 4.9
Freshman Class Graduation Rates *
                                                                   Cumulative Graduation Statistics
                  Number                Four Years                 Five Years          Six Years                                 4-Class Average**
    Class        Matriculated        Number        Percent      Number        Percent       Number        Percent       Matriculated      Number   Percent

  1983-84            1,595             138          8.7           297          18.6          376           23.6             N/A           N/A       N/A

  1984-85            1,588             141          8.9           316          19.9          405           25.5             N/A           N/A       N/A

  1985-86            1,478             116          7.8           284          19.2          384           26.0             N/A           N/A       N/A

  1986-87            1,647             161          9.8           308          18.7          384           23.3           6,308           1,549    24.6

   1987*             1,103             168         15.2           332          30.1          400           36.3           5,816           1,573    27.0

    1988             1,278             160         12.5           321          25.1          405           31.7           5,506           1,573    28.6

    1989             1,130             120         10.6           264          23.4          334           29.6           5,158           1,523    29.5

   1990*             1,148             115         10.0           282          24.6          347           30.2           4,659           1,486    31.9

    1991             1,236             117          9.5           287          23.2          374           30.3           4,792           1,460    30.5

    1992             1,151             123         10.7           261          22.7          351           30.5           4,665           1,406    30.1
    1993             1,078             125         11.6           281          26.1          357           33.1           4,613           1,429    31.0

    1994             1,144             134         11.7           275          24.0          356           31.1           4,609           1,438    31.2
    1995             1,182             167         14.1           333          28.2          418           35.4           4,555           1,482    32.5
    1996             1,056             147         13.9           282          26.7          357           33.8           4,460           1,488    33.4

    1997             1,132             138         12.2           293          25.9          355           31.4           4,514           1,486    32.9

    1998             1,044             143         13.7           286          27.4          350           33.5           4,414           1,480    33.5
    1999              868              121         13.9           222          25.6          284           32.7           4,100           1,346    32.8
    2000             1,042             167         16.0           332          31.9          413           39.6           4,086           1,402    34.3
    Total           21,900           2,501         11.4         5,256          24.0         6,650          30.4             N/A           N/A       N/A
Full-Time*        15,592      1,945     12.5    4,051      26.0      5,101     32.7       N/A        N/A        N/A
 * Starting 1987, the freshmen class is represented by First-Time Full-Time Fall Freshmen including those admitted
   in prior Summer and enrolled in the Fall. Previous freshmen classes were represented by First-Time Freshmen
   first enrolled any term within an academic year. Starting 1990, 4-Class Average contains Full-Time cohorts only.
** The 4-Class Average is the weighted Six-Year Graduation Rates of this year's cohorts and the previous three years' cohorts combined.
   SOURCE: IPEDS Graduation Rate Survey
Table 4.10
Undergraduate Course Grade Point Averages
by Academic Division
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006


                                        Fall 2002          Fall 2003         Fall 2004          Fall 2005        Fall 2006
 Academic Division                    Grades             Grades            Grades            Grades             Grades
                                      Issued    GPA      Issued    GPA      Issued   GPA      Issued   GPA      Issued     GPA


Allied Health Professions             1,440     2.93    1,680     2.79     1,572     2.89    1,593     2.79     1,757      2.87


Arts & Sciences                      21,334     2.73    24,774    2.69    24,698     2.79   24,813     2.76    24,809      2.80


Business                              4,902     2.75    5,210     2.66     5,140     2.65    4,921     2.58     4,650      2.63


Computer & Information                1,713     2.70    1,539     2.61     1,373     2.67    1,645     2.70     1,571      2.72
Sciences


Continuing Education and              1,094     3.15     721      3.41     1,374     3.12    1,429     3.01     1,379      2.99
Special Programs


Education                             3,864     3.43    3,973     3.46     4,081     3.48    4,023     3.42     4,053     3.39


Engineering                           1,337     3.04    1,422     3.14     1,511     3.05    1,445     2.98     1,376      3.02


Nursing                               1,377     3.04    1,949     3.09     2,097     3.16    2,383     3.16     2,511      3.17


University Total                     37,061     2.83    41,268    2.82    41,846     2.89   42,252     2.93    42,106     2.88



NOTE: The number of grades issued in all undergraduate courses represents all computational letter grades assigned plus course
      withdrawals (WDs). S and U grades are not included. Grade point averages are calculated on the basis of letter grades
      A through F only and represent the mean grade points awarded to students in all undergraduate course sections presented
     by the respective colleges and schools.

SOURCE: REG 4930 Grade Distribution Analysis
        ZSGR0086 Grade Distribution Analysis, Fall 2006
Table 4.11
Student Grade Point Averages by Academic Division and Class
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                                               Fall Terms
  Academic Division/Student Class           2002      2003        2004      2005     2006

College of Allied Health Professions
  Freshmen                                    2.34      2.49         2.43     2.27     2.38
  Sophomores                                  2.73      2.77         2.75     2.81     2.80
  Juniors                                     2.96      2.95         2.89     2.90     3.00
  Seniors                                     3.03      3.12         3.11     3.06     3.05
  All Undergraduates                          2.89      2.83         2.84     2.81     2.85

College of Arts & Sciences
  Freshmen                                    2.35      2.45         2.29     2.32     2.31
  Sophomores                                  2.60      2.69         2.72     2.76     2.75
  Juniors                                     2.74      2.87         2.83     2.83     2.86
  Seniors                                     2.80      2.90         2.91     2.92     2.91
  All Undergraduates                          2.71      2.71         2.72     2.75     2.77

Mitchell College of Business
  Freshmen                                    2.28      2.22         2.32     2.28     2.13
  Sophomores                                  2.51      2.59         2.63     2.58     2.64
  Juniors                                     2.69      2.73         2.69     2.71     2.70
  Seniors                                     2.75      2.84         2.79     2.80     2.77
  All Undergraduates                          2.67      2.65         2.68     2.67     2.65

School of Computer & Information Sciences
  Freshmen                                    2.23      2.15         2.08     2.28     2.31
  Sophomores                                  2.51      2.69         2.63     2.70     2.56
  Juniors                                     2.68      2.71         2.73     2.74     2.86
  Seniors                                     2.80      2.85         2.85     2.89     2.83
  All Undergraduates                          2.70      2.61         2.66     2.74     2.71

School of Continuing Education and Special Programs
  Freshmen                                    2.93      3.06         2.80     2.95     3.22
  Sophomores                                  2.86      2.82         2.93     3.01     2.88
  Juniors                                     2.74      2.72         2.89     2.82     2.81
  Seniors                                     2.76      2.83         2.79     2.81     2.82
  All Undergraduates                          2.78      2.84         2.84     2.86     2.86
Table 4.11
Student Grade Point Averages by Academic Division and Class
Fall Terms 2002 through 2006

                                                                             Fall Terms
  Academic Division/Student Class                  2002           2003          2004           2005           2006

College of Education
  Freshmen                                             2.31           2.48          2.33           2.34         2.32
  Sophomores                                           2.55           2.76          2.70           2.77         2.75
  Juniors                                              2.81           2.87          2.91           2.90         2.87
  Seniors                                              3.04           2.98          3.00           3.02         3.04
  All Undergraduates                                   2.89           2.85          2.86           2.89         2.89

College of Engineering
  Freshmen                                             2.14           2.48          2.16           2.39         2.36
  Sophomores                                           2.60           2.54          2.70           2.68         2.64
  Juniors                                              2.68           2.80          2.75           2.76         2.82
  Seniors                                              2.71           2.84          2.87           2.84         2.90
  All Undergraduates                                   2.65           2.69          2.68           2.71         2.74

College of Nursing
  Freshmen                                             2.22           2.36          2.35           2.17         2.22
  Sophomores                                           2.67           2.64          2.74           2.73         2.77
  Juniors                                              2.76           2.94          2.85           2.92         3.02
  Seniors                                              2.96           3.03          3.08           3.09         3.10
  All Undergraduates                                   2.81           2.78          2.83           2.85         2.89

University Total
  Freshmen                                             2.32           2.42          2.32           2.31         2.30
  Sophomores                                           2.60           2.68          2.71           2.74         2.73
  Juniors                                              2.76           2.84          2.82           2.83         2.86
  Seniors                                              2.85           2.93          2.93           2.94         2.94
  All Undergraduates                                   2.76           2.74          2.76           2.78         2.79




NOTE: The student grade point averages and class levels shown represent those at the end of each Fall term.
         Unclassified students are not included in the computation of the "all undergraduates" averages.

SOURCE: REG 4636/ZSGR0056 Enrollment Statistics with Grade Point Average
Table 5.1
Distribution of Full-Time Faculty
By Rank and Highest Degree Earned
Fall 2006

                   Bachelor's       Master's        Doctorate                  Rank Distribution
  Rank             M        F       M       F       M         F      M          F        Total      %

 Professor          0       1        3         8    148      28       151       37        188      26.0


 Associate          0       0        5         3    105      47       110       50        160      22.2


 Assistant          0       0       14      31      121      69       135       100       235      32.5


 Instructor         1       6       34      73       15       5       50        84        134      18.6


 Lecturer           1       2        0         1      1       0        2         3         5        0.7



 Total              2       9       56      116     390      149      448       274       722      100.0



 % of Total        0.3     1.2      7.8    16.1     54.0    20.6     62.0      38.0      100.0




SOURCES: ZPGR0091, Academic Affairs and the College of Medicine

NOTE: Deans and Administrators holding faculty rank excluded. Includes College of Medicine and
      and Library Faculty.
Table 5.2
Distribution of Full-Time Faculty
by Length of University Service
Fall 2006


                 Up to 2 Years      3-4 Years          5-9 Years         10-14 Years      15+ Years          TOTAL
    Rank            M        F        M         F       M          F      M        F       M          F      M           F


  Professor        14        1        6        5        8        6        29      6       94       19       151         37


  Associate        14        5        8        2       21       14        18      15      49       14       110         50


  Assistant        50       29       48       29       21       26        7       9        9        7       135         100


  Instructor       16       33       17       17       10       18        5       4        2       12       50          84


  Lecturer          0        2        0        1        1        0        0       0        1        0        2           3


    Total          94       70       79       54       61       64        59      34      155      52       448         274



  % of Total       13.0       9.7    10.9       7.5      8.4       8.9     8.2     4.7    21.5        7.2   62.0        38.0




NOTE:       Deans and Administrators holding faculty rank excluded. Includes College of Medicine and Library faculty.

SOURCES: ZPGR0091, Academic Affairs and the College of Medicine;
Table 5.3
Full-Time Faculty by Rank, Sex, and Academic Division
Fall 2006

                               Professor        Associate        Assistant         Instructor       Lecturer         TOTAL
Academic Division             Male    Female   Male   Female    Male   Female    Male    Female   Male   Female    Male     Female



Arts & Sciences                43       7       42      15      46       22       16      33       1        0      148       77


Mitchell College
of Business                    11       4       2        2       7        3       8        4       0        0       28       13


Education                      15       2       5        9       9       10       1       13       0        0       30       34


Engineering                    13       0       6        0      12        1       0        0       0        0       31        1


Allied Health                  5        1       7        4      10       12       2        4       0        1       24       22

Nursing                        0        3       1        6       2       26       1       16       0        2       4        53

College of Medicine            60      13       38      12      44       23       10       5       1        0      153       53

Computer and
 Information Sciences          4        0       7        0       0        1       5        4       0        0       16        5


Continuing Education
 and Special Programs          0        1       0        0       5        1       7        3       0        0       12        5


Library                        0        6       2        2       0        1       0        2       0        0       2        11

Total                         151      37      110      50      135     100       50      84       2        3      448      274




NOTE:       Deans, administrators, and professional employees holding faculty rank excluded. Includes College of Medicine
            and Library faculty.

SOURCES: ZPGR0091; Academic Affairs and the College of Medicine
Table 5.4
Average Salaries of Full-Time, Instructional Faculty
1982-83 through 2006-07
                                                 Associate              Assistant
Academic Year                Professor           Professor              Professor             Instructor            All Ranks
      1982-83                30,201               24,233                21,520                 18,159                24,572
      1983-84                31,619               25,540                22,254                 19,805                25,545
      1984-85                34,682               28,053                24,527                 21,491                27,761
      1985-86                37,443               30,353                27,028                 23,376                30,163
      1986-87                38,360               31,306                28,266                 23,010                31,093
      1987-88                39,900               32,567                29,589                 23,664                32,150
      1988-89                42,385               34,648                31,756                 24,449                34,330
      1989-90                45,884               36,222                33,707                 26,117                36,505
      1990-91                49,743               39,654                35,098                 27,423                38,604

      1991-92                52,103               40,640                35,376                 29,582                40,120

      1992-93                53,949               42,234                37,032                 30,777                41,935

      1993-94                56,052               44,315                38,294                 29,925                43,524
      1994-95                58,953               45,541                40,202                 31,118                45,997

      1995-96                59,332               45,841                40,025                 31,237                45,969
      1996-97                61,123               46,841                40,583                 32,029                47,210

      1997-98                63,057               48,422                41,688                 32,433                48,762

      1998-99                68,762               52,111                45,701                 33,094                51,777

     1999-2000               68,560               51,541                45,391                 33,586                50,953
     2000-2001               72,010               55,294                47,516                 35,123                54,314
     2001-2002               68,318               53,783                46,064                 32,864                52,105

     2002-2003               71,208               56,592                50,108                 36,099                54,562

     2003-2004               72,465               57,075                49,534                 37,104                54,140
     2004-2005               75,577               59,389                51,306                 38,863                56,419
     2005-2006               79,376               61,974                52,947                 41,402                58,080
     2006-2007*              88,398               69,988                60,146                 47,174                52,172

*Based on salaries, effective October 1, 2006.
SOURCES: HEGIS/IPEDS Reports of Salaries, Tenure, and Fringe Benefits for Full-Time Instructional Faculty;
            HRS/PAY 9104 Faculty Salary Analysis for the years 1983-2003.
           For 2004-2005 through 2005-20067 data were obtained from Academic Affairs and Payroll Records. ZPGR0091, beginning in 2006-200
NOTE: Twelve-month salaries have been converted to a nine-month basis. All Ranks averages include Lecturers' salaries.
      All averages exclude the salaries of Deans and Administrators holding faculty rank, College of Medicine faculty and Library
      faculty. Additional stipends for administrative, managerial or other responsibilities are not included in the salary calculation
       since FY 2001-2002.
Table 5.5
Full-Time Faculty by Sex and Tenure Status:
Academic Years 2002-2003 through 2006-2007

                          2002-2003              2003-2004              2004-2005              2005-2006             2006-2007
     Rank           Male       Female      Male       Female      Male       Female       Male      Female      Male      Female



Professor
 Total               97         14          89          19         93          19         164         36        151        37
 # Tenured           95         14          88          17         91          17         147         35        133        32

Associate
 Total               67         34          72          33         69          39         108         52        110        50
 # Tenured           62         30          63          26         63          31          81         37         76        35


Assistant
 Total               79         76          90          85         90          83         138         108       135        100
 # Tenured            8          5           7          7           6          6          22          11         10        10


Instructor
 Total               29         44          36          50         36          51         44          73         50        84
 # Tenured            0          0           0          1           0          1           0           2         0          1

Lecturer
 Total                1          0           1          0           1          2           2           4         2          3
 # Tenured            0          0           0          0           0          0           0           0         0          0


 TOTAL              273         168        288         187         289        194         456         273       448        274

# Tenured           165         49         158          51         160         55         250         85        219        78

% Tenured          60.4        29.2        54.9       27.3        55.4       28.4        54.8        31.1       48.9      28.5



NOTE:        Includes full-time University instructional faculty, College of Medicine faculty and Librarians.
             Administrators holding faculty rank are not included.

SOURCE: Academic Affairs, the College of Medicine and Payroll Records; ZPGR0091
Table 5.6
Alumni Association Annual Faculty Awards
1983 through 2006

            Outstanding Scholar                        Outstanding Professor
 1983       Dr. William B. Davis                       Dr. Leon E. Mattics
            Department of Micobiology                  Department of Matematics and Statistics

 1984       Dr. Robert Perkins                         Dr. Daniel L. McDonald
            Department of Philosophy                   Department of English

 1985       Dr. Wayne C. Isphording                    Dr. Joseph A. Nigota
            Department of Geology and Geography        Department of History

 1986       Dr. Larry E. Holmes                        Dr. Joseph W. Newman
            Department of History                      Department of Educational Leadership
                                                       and Foundations

 1987       Dr. Sankoorikal L. Varghese                Ms. Rosemary Archambault
            Department of Physics                      Department of Physical Therapy

 1988       Dr. Harold P. Jones                        Dr. George M. Lamb
            Department of Biomedical Sciences          Department of Geology and Geography

 1989       Dr. Paul A. Helminger                      Dr. Jerry Alan Bush
            Department of Physics                      Department of Music

 1990       Dr. Gesina L. Longenecker                  Dr. Glenn R. Sebastian
            Department of Biomedical Sciences          Department of Geology and Geography

 1991       Dr. James L. Swofford                      Dr. Alvin P. Rainosek
            Department of Economics and Finance        Department of Mathematics and Statistics

 1992       Dr. Arvind K. Shah                         Dr. Leonard A. Macaluso
            Department of Mathematics and Statistics   Department of History

 1993       Dr. Julio F. Turrens                       Dr. Paul H. Pietri
            Department of Biomedical Sciences          Department of Management

 1994       Dr. Sheldon F. Gottlieb                    Dr. William F. Vitulli
            Department of Biology                      Department of Psychology

 1996       Dr. Donald K. Wright                       Dr. Lloyd N. Dendinger
            Department of Communication                Department of English
Table 5.6
Alumni Association Annual Faculty Awards
1983 through 2006


            Outstanding Scholar                           Outstanding Professor
 1997       Dr. Kenneth J. Heck, Jr.                      Dr. W. Bryce Evans
            Department of Marine Sciences                 Department of Speech Pathology
                                                          and Audiology

 1998       Dr. Michael Hamid                             Dr. Satya N. Mishra
            Department of Computer and                    Department of Mathematics and Statistics
            Electrical Engineering

 1999       Dr. Louis E. Boone                            Dr. Donald C. Mosley
            Department of Marketing and Transportation    Department of Management

 2000       Dr. Ronald T. Kiene                           Dr. William N. Owen, III
            Department of Marine Sciences                 School of Computer & Information
                                                          Sciences
 2005       Dr. Mohammad Alam
            Department of Computer and
            Electrical Engineering

 2006       Dr. Scott L. Douglass
            Department of Civil Engineering


            Excellence in Teaching                        Outstanding Advisor
 2001       Dr. Dennis W. Fell                            Ms. Melissa M. Wold
            Department of Physical Therapy                College of Allied Health Professions
                      and
            Ms. Sharon N. Vest
            School of Computer and Information Sciences

 2002       Mr. Charles P. Gray                           Ms. Theresa Thompson
            Departments of Physical Therapy               School of Computer and Information
            and Occupational Therapy                      Sciences

 2003       Dr. Mary Ann Robinson                         Ms. Sue Fishman
            Behavioral Studies and                        Adult Interdisciplinary Studies
            Educational Technology

 2004       Dr. Cindy L. Stanfield                        Ms. Martha A. Stevens
            Biomedical Sciences                           Mitchell College of Business

 2005       Dr. Brenda L. Beverly                         Dr. Michael V. Doran
            Department of Speech Pathology                School of Computer and Information
            and Audiology                                 Sciences
2006         Dr. Brenda C. Litchfield                                              Dr. Thomas G. Jackson
             Professional Studies                                                  Department of Chemistry
NOTE: Departmental assignments reflect those at the time the awards were conferred. No awards were made in 1995.
Table 5.7
University Employees* by Job Classification
Fall 2006


   Employment                   Full-Time Employees                 Part-Time Employees                    All Employees
   Classification             Male      Female        Total      Male       Female       Total     Male       Female       Total


Faculty**                     448         274         722        134         163          297      582         437         1,019
   percent                    62.0        38.0       100.0       45.1        54.9        100.0     57.1        42.9        100.0

Administrative/
Managerial                    138         134         272         1           2            3       139         136          275
  percent                     50.7        49.3       100.0       33.3        66.7        100.0     50.5        49.5        100.0

Professional***               234         942        1,176       147         237          384      381        1,179        1,560
   percent                    19.9        80.1       100.0       38.3        61.7        100.0     24.4        75.6        100.0

Secretarial/Clerical           29         908         937          4          45          49        33         953          986
  percent                      3.1        96.9       100.0        8.2        91.8        100.0      3.3        96.7        100.0

Technical/
Paraprofessional               98         207         305         1           7            8        99         214          313
  percent                     32.1        67.9       100.0       12.5        87.5        100.0     31.6        68.4        100.0

Skilled Crafts                141          2          143          1           0           1       142          2           144
   percent                    98.6        1.4        100.0       100.0        0.0        100.0     98.6        1.4         100.0

Service/Maintenance           144         342         486         11          7           18       155         349          504
   percent                    29.6        70.4       100.0       61.1        38.9        100.0     30.8        69.2        100.0


TOTAL                        1,232       2,809       4,041        299        461          760      1,531      3,270        4,801
    percent                   30.5        69.5       100.0       39.3        60.7        100.0     31.9        68.1        100.0



 *Includes University, College of Medicine, USA Baldwin County, and the USA Hospitals; student
   employees and temporary employees are not included. Please note: The decline in the total number of employees
  for 2006 is due to the fact that Knollwood Hospital employees are no longer a part of the USA system.
**Administrative and staff employees who also have faculty appointments are shown under their primary
   occupational classification.

*** Part-time professional employees include research assistants, medical residents and interns.

 SOURCES: ZPGR0091; Academic Affairs and the College of Medicine
Table 6.1
Total Physical Plant Assets
Fiscal Years 2001 through 2005


 Category                          2001             2002              2003                2004           2005


Land and Improvements         $31,180,376       $34,372,637       $34,887,394          $36,935,987   $41,319,153


Buildings and                 271,909,431       282,946,808       296,590,952          296,844,219   313,683,925
 Fixed Equipment


Other Equipment and           107,534,403       120,717,881       118,689,468          123,994,008   131,592,380
Library Materials


Total Plant Assets**          $410,624,210     $438,037,326      $450,167,814      $457,774,215      $486,595,458



Net Additions/Reductions          #REF!         $27,413,116       $12,130,488          $7,606,401    $28,821,243




**Excludes accumulated depreciation.

SOURCE: Schedule of Investment in Physical Plant, Audited Annual Financial Statement
Table 6.2
Inventory of Space By Campus
Fall 2006

                                               Number of         Gross Square
                 Campus                        Buildings             Feet             Acreage



Main Campus*                                     388              3,185,091           1,224.3

USA Brookley Center                              138               534,862             327.0

USA Baldwin County - Fairhope                      4                24,093              2.5

USA Medical Center                                 8               531,164             27.5

USA Springhill                                     2               513,711             14.6

USA Knollwood Park Hospital                        5               307,672             26.5

USA Children's & Women's Hospital                 13               310,590             18.3

Other



TOTAL                                            558              5,407,183           1,640.7




 *Includes 270 houses in Hillsdale Heights Subdivision and the University Commons.



NOTE: The data excludes buildings and lands held by the University of South Alabama Foundation.

SOURCE: ACHE Fall 2005 Building Inventory Report.
Table 6.3
Student Housing Facilities
Fall 2006

      Building                                      Student      Gross       Construction
      Number                 Building Name         Capacity    Square Feet      Year

       1271          Beta Residence Hall 1           48         12,194          1979
       1272          Beta Residence Hall 2           48         12,194          1979
       1273          Beta Residence Hall 3           48         12,194          1979
       1274          Beta Residence Hall 4           44         12,194          1979
       1275          Beta Residence Hall 5           48         12,194          1979
       1277          Delta Residence Hall 1          156        36,460          1982
       1278          Delta Residence Hall 2          156        36,460          1983
       1279          Delta Residence Hall 3          156        36,460          1983
       1280          Delta Residence Hall 4          156        36,460          1983
       1281          Delta Residence Hall 5          156        37,996          1988
       1283          Delta Residence Hall 6          156        37,996          1989
       1175          Epsilon Residence Hall I        160        33,482          1992
       1176          Epsilon Residence Hall II       164        33,482          1993
       1282          Delta Commons                   N/A         7,691          1989
       1258          Gamma Apartment 5               47         12,175          1977
       1260          Gamma Apartment 6               47         12,175          1977
       1262          Gamma Apartment 7               47         12,175          1977
       1263          Gamma Apartment 8               47         12,175          1977
       1264          Gamma Apartment 9               47         12,175          1977
       1270          Gamma Commons                   N/A        17,523          1977
       1164          Gamma Residence Hall 0          47         10,489          1976
       1174          Gamma Residence Hall 1          47         10,489          1976
       1267          Gamma Residence Hall 2          47         10,489          1976
       1256          Gamma Residence Hall 3          47         10,489          1976
       1160          Gamma Residence Hall 4          47         10,489          1976

      TOTAL                                         1,966       488,300          ----

 Hillsdale Heights
      Homes                                        270 Units    250,737         1960


SOURCE: ACHE Fall 2005 Building Inventory Report
Table 6.4
Utilities Cost per Square Foot*
2001-02 through 2004-05


                                  2000-01        2001-02        2002-03          2003-04       2004-05


Square Footage*                   4,845,732      4,813,340      4,866,340        4,865,159     4,889,952


Total Utilities                  $8,746,558     $8,775,655     $8,793,382        $9,325,831   $10,597,206
 Cost

Cost per Square Foot                   $1.81          $1.82          $1.81            $1.92         $2.17



Electricity Cost                 $5,817,521     $5,836,874     $5,842,912        $5,731,804    $6,292,996

Cost per Square Foot                   $1.20          $1.21          $1.20            $1.18         $1.29



Natural Gas Cost                 $1,409,564     $1,414,253     $1,414,814        $2,170,848    $2,937,456

Cost per Square Foot                   $0.29          $0.29          $0.29            $0.45         $0.60



Water Services Cost              $1,519,473     $1,524,528     $1,535,656        $1,423,179    $1,366,754

Cost per Square Foot                   $0.31          $0.32          $0.32            $0.29         $0.28




*University Gross Square Footage (GSF) excluding Hillsdale and Wherry Housing.

SOURCES: ACHE Energy & Utilities Reports; ACHE Fall 2005 Building Inventory Report.
Table 6.5
Inventory of Space by Type
Fall Semesters 2002 through 2005

                                                2002                                      2003
                               Number                         % of Total     Number                 % of Total
        Category**            of Rooms          NASF*             NASF       of Rooms     NASF*       NASF

Classrooms                       284          156,270             3.7          286      157,982       3.7

Class Labs                       378          184,177             4.3          378      184,177       4.4

Research Labs                    492          145,334             3.4          492      145,334       3.4

Offices & Conference            3,798         618,657             14.5        3,798     618,657       14.7

Library &                        213          130,847             3.1          213      130,847       3.1
 Study Areas

Data Processing                  18            9,254              0.2          18        9,254        0.2

Recreation                       199          257,539             6.0          207      266,390       6.3

Housing                         2,361        1,271,765            29.9        2,182     1,216,745     28.9

Health Care                     2,501         494,452             11.6        2,501     494,452       11.7

Unclassified                     907          306,356             7.2          907      306,356       7.3

Other***                        2,057         683,217             16.0        2,057     683,217       16.2

TOTAL                          13,208        4,257,868          100.0        13,039     4,213,411    100.0


 *NASF = Net Assignable Square Footage
**Each category includes service space
***Includes Brookley Conference facilities, unassigned space at
    USA Springhill and all storage, custodial, and maintenance facilities.

SOURCES: IRS 3325 "Inventory of Space by Major Use Category" and
       IRS 3326 "Inventory of All Other Space"
       IRS ROOMTYPE
Table 6.5
Inventory of Space by Type
Fall Semesters 2002 through 2005

                                                2004                                      2005
                               Number                         % of Total     Number                 % of Total
 Category**                   of Rooms          NASF*            NASF        of Rooms     NASF*       NASF


Classrooms                       270          154,974            3.7           266      153,549       4.0

Class Labs                       376          181,776            4.3           376      181,776       4.7

Research Labs                    494          145,334            3.5           494      145,334       3.8

Offices &                       3,798         618,657            14.7         3,802     620,082       16.1
 Conference

Library &                        213          130,847            3.1           213      130,847       3.4
 Study Areas

Data Processing                   18           9,254             0.2           18        9,254        0.2

Recreation                       207          266,390            6.3           207      266,390       6.9

Housing                         2,182        1,216,745           28.9         1,754     853,185       22.2

Health Care                     2,501         494,452            11.8         2,501     494,452       12.9

Unclassified                     907          306,356            7.3           907      306,356       8.0

Other***                        2,057         683,217            16.2         2,057     683,217       17.8

TOTAL                          13,023        4,208,002          109.5        12,595     3,844,442    100.0


 *NASF = Net Assignable Square Footage
**Each category includes service space
***Includes Brookley Conference facilities, unassigned space at
    USA Springhill and all storage, custodial, and maintenance facilities.

SOURCES: IRS 3325 "Inventory of Space by Major Use Category" and
       IRS 3326 "Inventory of All Other Space"
       IRS ROOMTYPE
Table 6.6
Inventory of Major Buildings
Fall 2005
Building                                                                                     Gross Square    Construction
Number                     Building Name                                                         Feet           Year
 804           USABC Fairhope                                                                     5,714         1925
 806           USABC Fairhope Classroom Complex                                                  14,451         1957
 808           USABC Annex 1                                                                     1,689          1965
 809           USABC Annex 2                                                                     1,281          1965
1025           Psychological Clinic                                                              3,406          1975
1056           Career Services Center                                                            3,474          1987
1060           Stanky Field Stadium                                                              29,241         1979
1062           Baseball Batting Facility                                                         8,000          2003
1065           Jaguar Baseball Field House                                                       4,603          1996
1069           Property Office (Johnston Folk House)                                              872           1984
1105           John W. Laidlaw Performing Arts Center                                            52,449         1997
1115           Mitchell College of Business                                                      58,937         1969
1125           Health, Physical Education and Leisure Services                                  107,000         1968
1127           Student Recreation Center                                                         47,610         1992
1128           Mitchell Center                                                                  208,300         1999
1160           Gamma Residence Hall 4                                                            10,489         1976
1164           Gamma Residence Hall 0                                                            10,489         1976
1174           Gamma Residence Hall 1                                                            10,489         1976
1175           Epsilon Residence Hall I                                                          33,482         1992
1176           Epsilon Residence Hall II                                                         33,482         1993
1205           Campus Police Office                                                               640           1975
1215           Computer Services Center                                                          20,967         1984
1216           Faculty Court East                                                                6,580          1966
1224           CIS Classroom Building                                                            11,986         1966
1225           Faculty Court West                                                                6,331          1966
1226           Faculty Court South                                                               6,266          1968
1229           Mobile Townhouse                                                                  5,722          1968*
1230           Seaman's Bethel Theatre                                                           5,001          1970*
1231           Alumni Hall                                                                       6,172          1977*
1232           Military Science South                                                            1,227          1968
1233           Military Science East                                                             1,781          1968
1234           Military Science North                                                            2,389          1968
1236           Military Science West                                                             1,781          1968
1245           Electrical Engineering Building                                                   12,569         1968
1247           Engineering Classroom Building                                                    26,460         1978
1248           Engineering Laboratory Building                                                   53,009         1978
1256           Gamma Residence Hall 3                                                            10,489         1976
1258           Gamma Apartment 5                                                                 12,175         1977
1260           Gamma Apartment 6                                                                 12,175         1977
1262           Gamma Apartment 7                                                                 12,175         1977
1263           Gamma Apartment 8                                                                 12,175         1977
1264           Gamma Apartment 9                                                                 12,175         1977
1267           Gamma Residence Hall 2                                                            10,489         1976
1270           Gamma Commons                                                                     17,523         1977
1271           Beta Residence Hall 1                                                             12,194         1979
1272           Beta Residence Hall 2                                                             12,194         1979
1273           Beta Residence Hall 3                                                             12,194         1979
1274           Beta Residence Hall 4                                                             12,194         1979
1275           Beta Residence Hall 5                                                             12,194         1979
* Construction dates shown are the years these antebellum buildings were reconstructed on the main campus.
Table 6.6
Inventory of Major Buildings
Fall 2005
Building                                                    Gross Square   Construction
Number               Building Name                              Feet          Year
1277        Delta Residence Hall 1                            36,460          1982
1278        Delta Residence Hall 2                            36,460          1983
1279        Delta Residence Hall 3                            36,460          1983
1280        Delta Residence Hall 4                            36,460          1983
1281        Delta Residence Hall 5                            37,996          1988
1282        Delta Commons                                     7,691           1988
1283        Delta Residence Hall 6                            37,996          1989
1288        Fraternity House                                  9,032           1998
1289        Fraternity House                                  9,032           1998
1290        Sigma Chi Fraternity House                        8,641           1989
1291        Fraternity House                                  9,032           1998
1293        Sorority House                                    9,274           1999
1295        Sorority House                                    9,274           1999
1296        Sorority House                                    9,274           1999
1297        Sorority House                                    9,274           1999
1298        Sorority House                                    9,274           1999
1305        Frederick Palmer Whiddon Administration Bldg.     63,618          1964
1314        Swimming Pool                                     1,684           1966
1326        Bookstore                                         21,570          1970
1328        Student Center                                    86,168          1971
1375        Primate Breeding/Lab Facility                     10,161          1981
1405        Instructional Laboratory Building                 50,074          1966
1410        Visual Arts Complex                               35,922          1992
1425        University Library                               136,775          1968
1435        Humanities Building                               82,840          1974
1440        Chemistry Building                                32,428          1984
1445        Archeology Lab One                                2,622           1969
1446        Archeology Lab Two                                2,567           1969
1454        Central Utilities Main Office                      579            1967
1455        Central Utilities Plant                           19,012          1969
1458        Telecommunications Building                       2,516           1989
1470        Laboratory of Molecular Biology                   15,049          1978
1473        LOMB Storage Building                             1,129           1986
1475        Treatment Storage & Disposal Bldg.                2,300           1986
1504        Charles M. Baugh Biomedical Library               33,003          1967
1505        Alpha East Extension                              3,362           1967
1506        Alpha Hall East                                   32,832          1967
1507        Alpha Hall South                                  32,878          1967
1514        Life Sciences Lecture Hall                        2,821           1970
1515        Central Services Administration Building          34,132          1967
1516        Biomedical Library Historical Room                3,776           1967
1525        Life Sciences Building                            76,801          1970
1559        Maintenance Garage                                20,887          1982
1565        Maintenance Warehouse                             14,742          1985
1615        Medical Sciences Building                        243,130          1974
1735        Cancer Center/Clinical Building                   59,970          1980
1835        Health Services Building                         135,742          1982
1901        Research Park I                                   76,000          2003
Table 6.6
Inventory of Major Buildings
Fall 2005
Building                                                     Gross Square   Construction
Number                   Building Name                           Feet          Year
 1925         BMA Dialysis Center                              8,140           1984
 2001         Intramural Fieldhouse                            3,016           2003
 2004         Transportation Services Building                 20,000          2004
 4000         USA Institute                                    26,952          1957
 4001         Brookley Center Library                          26,952          1957
 4002         Professional Development Center                  26,952          1957
 4003         Cafeteria                                        15,008          1957
 4004         Pine Tree Lodge                                  30,065          1959
 4005         Oak Tree Apartments                              30,065          1959
 4166         Golf Cart Garage                                 3,015           1982
 4167         Golf-Pro Shop                                    3,777           1943
 4168         Class-Conference                                 1,864           1943
 4170         Class-Conference                                 4,044           1941
 4171         Class-Conference                                 3,095           1941
 4172         Classroom Building                               2,174           1941
 4173         Registration-Reception Rooms                     1,869           1941
 4181         Center for Emergency Response Training           2,034           1941
 4182         Exhibit Hall                                     3,155           1943
 4234         Swimming Pool Snack Bar                          1,264           1947
 4246         Industrial Arts Lab (Aviation)                   4,341           1951
 4250         Classroom Building                               8,022           1941
 4251         Classroom Building                               8,001           1941
 4252         Classroom Building                               8,001           1941
 4253         Classroom Building                               2,512           1941
 4254         Conference Center                                32,546          1941
 4565         Office Building                                  8,517           1962
 5000         USA Medical Center                              385,738          1962
 5001         Forensic Sciences Building                       29,374          1984
 5010         Mastin Building                                  54,112          1967
 5020         Moorer Clinical Sciences Building                31,878          1973
 5030         Medical Research Building                        15,241          1975
 5055         COM Maintenance Office                           1,941           1980
 5070         Ambulatory Care Clinic                           8,464           1985
 5075         Physician's Office Building 578 Stanton Road     4,416           1970
 6000         USA Springhill                                  509,691          1952
 6001         USA Medical Bookstore                            2,664           1962
 6010         USA Children's & Women's Hospital               215,711          1962
 6015         Children's & Women's Education I                 14,957          1965
 6020         Children's & Women's Education II                7,290           1965
 6025         Center for Child Development                     28,924          2002
 6060         Physician's Office Building 1707C                10,666          1977
 6065         Mom Care Building 1714 C                         2,691           1977
 6070         Physicians's Office Building 1720C               11,293          1969
 6080         Vincent-Doan House (Mobile Medical Museum)       4,617          c. 1820
 7010         University Commons                              127,108          1973
 7050         USA Knollwood Park Hospital                     251,454          1981
 7060         Medical Park I                                   6,927           1981
 7063         Medical Park II                                  11,000          1981
 7065         Medical Park III                                 18,200          1981
 7069         Medical Park IV                                  19,736          1981
SOURCE: ACHE Fall 2005 Building Inventory Report.
Table 6.7
Record of Instructional Space
Fall 2005

                                                  General Classrooms*         Instructional Laboratories*
                                                                     Net                              Net
Building           Building Name              Number Number Assignable Number Number Assignable
Number                                       of Rooms of Seats     Sq. Ft. of Rooms of Seats        Sq. Ft.

  1505     Alpha Hall East Extension               2        100      2,755         0         0           0
  1506     Alpha Hall East                         8        189      3,126         5        12       1,818
  1446     Archaeology Lab 2                       1         43        642         0         0           0
  4246     Aviation Lab                            0          0          0         4        99       2,978
  1504     Biomedical Library                      1         25        374         0         0           0
  1735     Cancer Center/Clinical Building         1        144      1,475         0         0           0
  1440     Chemistry Building                      2        155      2,289         9       192       8,986
  1224     CIS Classroom Building                  4        178      2,551         7       104       4,004
  4250     Classroom Building                      0          0          0         4        15       3,103
  4252     Classroom Building                      0          0          0         7       260       3,660
  4251     Classroom Building                      1        103      1,551         8        48       1,425
  4253     Classroom Building                      4         44        668         0         0           0
  4168     Class-Conference                        4         80      1,212         0         0           0
  4171     Class-Conference                        1         76      1,135         0         0           0
  1215     Computer Services Center                0          0          0         1        20         900
  1245     Electrical Engineering Building         1         48        733         9        91       4,358
  1247     Engineering Classroom Building          6        338      6,323         0         0           0
  1248     Engineering Laboratory Building         3        100      1,798        13       216      24,370
  4182     Exhibit Hall                            0          0          0         2        73       2,212
  1216     Faculty Court East                      1         45      1,011         2        60       1,904
  1225     Faculty Court West                      0          0          0         1        60         903
  1425     University Library                       3         60        960         0         0           0
  1435     Humanities Building                    26      1,437     20,189         6        25       2,136
  1405     Instructional Laboratory               11        581      9,680         9        82       6,119
  1105     Laidlaw Performing Arts Center          2         78      1,652        29        52       9,939
  1525     Life Sciences Building                  7        288      4,911        34       428      14,319
  1514     Life Sciences Lecture Hall              1        164      1,578         0         0           0
  5010     Mastin Building                         3         93      1,397         0         0           0
  1615     Medical Sciences                        5        386      7,951        10       190       9,901
  1233     Military Science East                   1         40        594         0         0           0
  1236     Military Science West                   1         32        528         0         0           0
  1128     Mitchell Center                          3     3,579         258         2        40         765
  1115     Mitchell College of Business           21      1,018     15,905         2        44       1,003
  1229     Mobile Townhouse                        1         37        474         0         0           0
  1125     Physical Education                      6        284      5,705         1        50         660
  4002     Professional Development Center         1        124      1,862         0         0           0
Table 6.7
Record of Instructional Space
Fall 2005

                                                General Classrooms*         Instructional Laboratories*
                                                                   Net                              Net
 Building             Building Name         Number Number Assignable Number Number Assignable
 Number                                    of Rooms of Seats     Sq. Ft. of Rooms of Seats        Sq. Ft.

   1025     Psychological Clinic                 1         15        228         0         0           0
   1230     Seaman's Bethel Theatre              1        111      1,658         0         0           0
   1507     Alpha Hall South                     1         25        382         1         8         231
   7010     University Commons                  17        548     11,329        18       237      10,914
   4000     USA Institute                        4         82      1,234         0         0           0
   5000     USA Medical Center                  10        141      2,119         0         0           0
   6000     USA Springhill                      24        546     17,817        38       234      19,036
   806      USABC Classroom Complex             11        434      6,488         0         0           0
   804      USABC-Fairhope                       3        112      1,693         0         0           0
   1410     Visual Arts Building                 3        130      1,949        14       559      14,225


   Total                                       207     12,013    146,184       236      3,199    149,869




*Does not include service spaces.

SOURCES: IRS 3333 Space Inventory Report
         IRS INSTSP
Table 6.8
Utilities Consumption and Cost
2000-01 through 2004-05

              ELECTRICITY USAGE
                (Kilowatt Hours)


    Quarter     2000-01       2001-02       2002-03        2003-04       2004-05

     Fall        31,813,432    31,919,263    31,899,654    30,037,582    34,114,545

    Winter       29,089,004    29,185,772    29,126,783    27,426,571    31,271,666

    Spring       35,662,732    35,781,368    35,832,167    33,740,543    36,957,423

   Summer        37,701,643    37,827,062    37,994,218    35,776,389    39,800,302



     Total      134,266,810   134,713,466   134,852,822   126,981,085   142,143,936




              ELECTRICITY COST


    Quarter     2000-01       2001-02       2002-03        2003-04       2004-05

     Fall        $1,309,758    $1,314,115    $1,314,115    $1,355,868    $1,510,319

    Winter        1,304,214     1,308,552     1,308,552     1,238,008     1,384,459

    Spring        1,539,961     1,545,084     1,545,084     1,523,016     1,636,179

   Summer         1,663,588     1,669,123     1,669,123     1,614,912     1,762,039


     Total       $5,817,521    $5,836,874    $5,836,874    $5,731,804    $6,292,996
Table 6.8
Utilities Consumption and Cost
2000-01 through 2004-05

              NATURAL GAS USAGE
              (Thousands of Cubic Feet)


    Quarter      2000-01        2001-02      2002-03      2003-04      2004-05

     Fall            86,582         86,870       87,005     127,504       93,328

    Winter           87,674         87,966       88,136     129,162       96,439

    Spring           65,485         65,703       65,743      96,345       71,551

   Summer            46,406         46,561       46,329      67,894       49,775


     Total          286,147        287,099      287,213     420,905      311,093




              NATURAL GAS COST


    Quarter      2000-01        2001-02      2002-03      2003-04      2004-05

     Fall          $426,501       $427,920     $428,587    $657,612     $881,237

    Winter          431,883        433,320      434,159     666,160      910,611

    Spring          322,582        323,655      323,851     496,907      675,615

   Summer           228,598        229,359      228,217     350,169      469,993

     Total        $1,409,564    $1,414,253   $1,414,814   $2,170,848   $2,937,456
Table 6.8
Utilities Consumption and Cost
2000-01 through 2004-05

                WATER USAGE
              (Thousands of Gallons)


    Quarter      2000-01        2001-02         2002-03      2003-04      2004-05

     Fall            90,007            90,306       91,452      84,268       75,443

    Winter           71,135            71,372       71,843      66,200       58,678

    Spring           88,701            88,996       89,406      82,383       72,649

   Summer            90,191            90,491       90,954      83,809       72,649


     Total          340,034        341,165         343,655     316,660      279,420




                WATER COST


    Quarter      2000-01        2001-02         2002-03      2003-04      2004-05

     Fall          $402,205       $403,543        $408,662    $378,730     $369,024

    Winter          317,874        318,931         321,038     297,524      287,018

    Spring          396,367        397,686         399,520     370,257      355,356

   Summer           403,027        404,368         406,437     376,668      355,356


     Total        $1,519,473    $1,524,528      $1,535,657   $1,423,179   $1,366,754
Table 6.8
Utilities Consumption and Cost
2000-01 through 2004-05


                  TOTAL UTILITIES COST


     Quarter           2000-01           2001-02           2002-03          2003-04       2004-05

       Fall            $2,138,465        $2,145,579        $2,152,724       $2,392,210    $2,760,579

     Winter              2,053,970        2,060,803         2,065,102       $2,201,692    $2,582,089

     Spring              2,258,909        2,266,424         2,270,052       $2,390,180    $2,667,150

    Summer               2,295,214        2,302,849         2,305,503       $2,341,749    $2,587,388


      Total            $8,746,558        $8,775,655        $8,793,381       $9,325,831   $10,597,206

SOURCE: Energy and Utilities Reports to the Alabama Commission on Higher Education.

				
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