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					Louisiana Tech University
        Some Basic Facts
          2007 - 2011
LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY




             Some Basic Facts

                  2007-2011




                   Compiled by:


                 Lori Theis, Director
               Institutional Research




 A Member of the University of Louisiana System
                                          TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section I
            Organizational Chart………...…..………..……..………………………………………………………………...…………..………4
Section II
            Accreditation……………..……………………..……………...………………………………………………...…...…………..…...6
Section III
            Degrees Conferred…...………...……………...…….……………………………………………….………….…..………………..9
Section IV
 Enrollment Information
                        By Gender…………………..……………………..………….....….……………………………………….………….14
                        By Classification………………..…………….………………………………………………………………..…….…14
                        By Race………..…..……………..…………………………………………………………………………….…….....14
                        By Location…….…..…..………….…………………………………………………………………………...…….....15
                        By Current Entry……………….…….…..………………………………………………………………..…………....15
                        By College………………………..……………………………………………………………………………………...15
                        By Full-Time & Part-Time Status..…..…...………..…..……………………………………………………………...15
                        By Declared Major……………..………………………………………………………………………………….........16
                        By Parish, Louisiana………..……………………………………………………………………………….……….....21
                        By State ….………….……………...….…………………………………………………………………….……........23
                        By Foreign Country…………………………………………………………………………………………...……..….25
                        By Age Distribution………………………………………………………………………………………...………..….26
Section V
  First Time Freshmen
                        By Gender...……………………………………………………………………………………………….…...…..…...29
                        By Race....……………………………………………………………………………………………….…..….…........29
                        ACT Information...….…………………………………………………………………………………..……….….…...30
                        Feeder High Schools...………….……………………………………………………………………….……..……....31
Section VI
  Financial Information
                        Student Credit Hour Production…………………………………………………..………………………….…..…...34
                        Revenues, Education and General Expenditures……………………………………….…………………...…......35
                        Operating Expenditures per FTE Student..…………………………………………………………………...…..…35
Section VII
  Faculty Information
                        By Gender, Race, % Doctoral…..…………...………………………………………………………………..……....39
                        By Rank/College..………………………………………………………………………………………......….……….39
                        Salary Data..…………………………………………………………………………………………………….….…...40
                        Five Year Rank Distribution…..……………………………………………………………………...……….…....….40
                        Age Distribution………..……………………………………………………………………………..……………........41
Section VIII
            Student Financial Assistance Summary………...…………………………………………………………………………....…...43
Section IX
             Library Information……...……………………………………………………………………………………..…………….….......45
Section X
         Full-Time Employees by Occupational Classification……….……………………………………………………….....…...…....47
Section XI
            Facilities Information….………...………………………………………………………………………………………….....…......49
ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

       Section I
                                                                                                                                UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA SYSTEM
                                                                                                                                    BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

                                                                                                                                                  PRESIDENT
                                                                                                                                             DR. DANIEL D. RENEAU



                          VICE PRESIDENT                                                           EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT                                                       VICE PRESIDENT                                                                                VICE PRESIDENT FOR
                         ACADEMIC AFFAIRS                               VICE PRESIDENT                                                                                       FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION                              VICE PRESIDENT                                STUDENT AFFAIRS
                                                                                                        & DEAN OF THE
                                                                   RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT                                                                                                                                     UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT
                         DR. KENNETH REA                                                              GRADUATE SCHOOL                                                             JOSEPH R. THOMAS, JR.                                                                          DR. JAMES M. KING



                                                  DEAN                     DIRECTOR                                               EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT                                                                                                            DEAN
         DEAN                                                                                                                                                    DIRECTOR                                                           DIRECTOR                                                            DEAN
                                            COLLEGE OF APPLIED      INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY             GRADUATE COUNCIL           COMPLIANCE & TITLE IX                                                     COMPTROLLER                                       STUDENT LIFE /
ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT                                                                                                                                          PHYSICAL PLANT                                                    ALUMNI RELATIONS                                                STUDENT DEVELOPMENT
                                            & NATURAL SCIENCES       & COMMERCIALIZATION                                            COORDINATOR                                                                                                            AUXILIARY SERVICES



                                                 DIRECTOR                 DIRECTOR                                                                                                                                              EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR                                                       DIRECTOR
        DIRECTOR                                                                                                                    COORDINATOR               SUPERINTENDENT                                                                                   DIRECTOR
                                             CENTER FOR RURAL           INSTITUTE FOR                STRATEGIC PLANNING                                                                                       PROPERTY            DEVELOPMENT &                                                      COUNSELING & CAREER
       ADMISSIONS                                                                                                                    PROGRAMS              BUILDING MAINTENANCE                                                                               BOOKSTORE
                                               DEVELOPMENT          MICROMANUFACTURING                                                                                                                                            LEGAL COUNSEL                                                           SERVICES



                                                                      DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR               COORDINATOR
        DIRECTOR                                  DEAN                                                                                                        SUPERINTENDENT                                 DIRECTOR                DIRECTOR                  DIRECTOR                                    DIRECTOR
                                                                       ENTREPRENEURSHIP &         INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS     INTERNAL AUDITOR
      FINANCIAL AID                         COLLEGE OF BUSINESS                                                                                              CUSTODIAL SERVICES                             PURCHASING             DEVELOPMENT               FOOD SERVICE                            RECREATIONAL SERVICES
                                                                   INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY            & STRATEGIC PLANNING



                                                                     DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR                                                DEAN                                                                                        DIRECTOR                                                              DIRECTOR
                                                DEAN                                                                                                          SUPERINTENDENT                                 DIRECTOR              DEVELOPMENT                 DIRECTOR
  UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR                                             BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING           UNIVERSITY ASSESSMENT             MARKETING                                                                                                                                                         INTERNATIONAL
                                        COLLEGE OF EDUCATION                                                                                               GROUNDS MAINTENANCE                            HUMAN RESOURCES                                  UNIVERSITY POLICE
                                                                   & REHABILITATION SCIENCE                                       & PUBLIC RELATIONS                                                                                                                                                   STUDENT SERVICES



                                                DEAN                                                     DIRECTOR                      DIRECTOR                                                            DIRECTOR                                         ASSISTANT DEAN
        DIRECTOR                                                          DIRECTOR                                                                             SUPERINTENDENT                                                     COORDINATOR                                                          DIRECTOR
                                             COLLEGE OF                                           CONTINUING EDUCATION &              MARKETING                                                      INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                     STUDENT LIFE /
 INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH                                               ENTERPRISE CENTER                                                                         POWER PLANT                                                   ADVANCEMENT PROGRAMS                                             UNIVERSITY HEALTH SERVICES
                                        ENGINEERING & SCIENCE                                       DISTANCE LEARNING             & PUBLIC RELATIONS                                                 & FINANCIAL PLANNING                                   JUDICIAL AFFAIRS



        DIRECTOR                         DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR             DIRECTOR                                                                                DIRECTOR                                 DIRECTOR                                                                                     DIRECTOR
                                                                                                                                  ATHLETICS COUNCIL                                                                                  DIRECTOR                  DIRECTOR
  BULLDOG ACHIEVEMENT                  BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING        TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS                                                                       ENVIRONMENTAL                             POSTAL, OFFICE                                                                        CO-CURRICULAR PROGRAMMING
                                                                                                                                      CHAIRMAN                                                                                    BUSINESS AFFAIRS     RESIDENTIAL LIFE / HOUSING
    RESOURCE CENTER                    & REHABILITATION SCIENCE      DEVELOPMENT CENTER                                                                        HEALTH & SAFETY                        & PRINTING SERVICES                                                                         & DISABILITY SERVICES



                                              DIRECTOR               RESEARCH CONTRACTS
      DIRECTOR                                                                                                                                                   DIRECTOR                                                            DIRECTOR                 DIRECTOR
                                            INSTITUTE FOR               ADMINISTRATOR                                             ATHLETICS DIRECTOR                                                      PRINTING SERVICES
   COMPUTING CENTER                                                                                                                                          TECHNICAL SERVICES                                                 INFORMATION SYSTEMS       STUDENT ACTIVITIES
                                        MICROMANUFACTURING           UNIVERSITY RESEARCH



                                                                                                                                   DEPUTY DIRECTOR
                                            DIRECTOR, TRENCHLESS                                                                                                   DIRECTOR
PROF. OF AEROSPACE STUDIES                                         INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                         ATHLETICS/ATHLETICS                                                      OFFICE SERVICES      DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
                                            TECHNOLOGY CENTER                                                                                             FACILITY & SUPPORT SERVICES
                                                                                                                                     COMPLIANCE



                                               DIRECTOR                  DIRECTOR
       DIRECTOR                                                                                                                                                                                                                    COORDINATOR
                                              CENTER FOR            TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER                                                                        BUDGET OFFICER
    HONORS PROGRAM                                                                                                                                                                                                            ADVANCEMENT OPERATIONS
                                        APPLIED PHYSICS STUDIES           CENTER



                                               DEAN                                                                                                                                                                               COORDINATOR
        DIRECTOR                       COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS                                                                                                CAMPUS ENGINEER                                                     ADVANCEMENT
   BARKSDALE PROGRAM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 COMMUNICATIONS



         DIRECTOR
                                                  DEAN
  CENTER FOR ACADEMIC &
                                             GRADUATE SCHOOL
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

                                                                                              IN THE ABSENCE OF THE PRESIDENT, THE HIERARCHY OF RESPONSIBLE CHARGE SHALL BE:
         DIRECTOR
       CENTER FOR                            DISTANCE LEARNING
                                                                                              VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY                                                                      VICE PRESIDENT FOR FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION


                                                   DEAN
                                              LIBRARY SERVICES                                ORGANIZATION CHART FOR LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY
                                                                                              MEMBER, UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA SYSTEM                                                                                                                                                       REVISED JUNE 15, 2011
ACCREDITATION

    Section II
                                                Accreditation
Louisiana Tech University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association
  of Colleges and Schools to award associate, baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral degrees.

             Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
                                        1866 Southern Lane
                                  Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097
                                      Phone: (404) 679-4501
                                                        Member
                                 American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
                    American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO)
                                 American Association of State Colleges and Universities
                                          American Council on Education (ACE)
                              Association for University Business and Economics Research
                                        Conference of Southern Graduate Schools
                                      Council on International Education Exchange
                                           Council on Law in Higher Education
                                            Institute of International Education
                                               Louisiana Campus Compact
                        National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NACE)
                         National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA)
                                               National Student Exchange
                                  Southeastern Universities Research Association, Inc.
                    Southern Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (SACRAO)

                                                       Affiliation
                                           National Commission on Accrediting
                                  National Council of University Research Administrators

                                          Accreditation in Specific Areas
                               Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET)
                                               American Chemical Society
                                           American Psychological Association
                    AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
                                        Aviation Accreditation Board International
          Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM)
                 Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education of the American Dietetic Association
                                      Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET
         Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA) of the American
                                         Speech-Language-Hearing Association
               The Council for Accreditation of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
                                            Council on Aviation Accreditation
                                     Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA)
                                     Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET
                               International Association of Counseling Services, Inc. (IACS)
    National Academy of Early Childhood Programs Division of the National Association for Education of Young Children
                                     National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB)
                               National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD)
                                    National Association of Schools of Music (NASM)
                               National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education
                                National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, Inc.
                                              Society of American Foresters
                                     Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET
DEGREES CONFERRED

     Section III
                                      Degrees Conferred
                                           by Level




         2500

         2000
Number




         1500

         1000                                                       Associate Degrees

         500                                                        Bachelor Degrees

                                                                    Certificate Programs
            0
                2006-07   2007-08   2008-09   2009-10     2010-11   Graduate Degrees

                                                                    Total Degrees
                           DEGREES CONFERRED BY COLLEGE, 2006-2011
Applied & Natural Sciences                  2006-07   2007-08   2008-09   2009-10   2010-11
Associate of Science                             59        67        74        70        80
Bachelor of Arts                                 23         9         2         0         0
Bachelor of Science                             200       229       237       205       241
Certificate in Dietetics                          0         0         0         0        16
Certificate in Dynamics/Dom. Violence             0         2         3         0         0
Master of Science                                37        36        32        27        32
 TOTAL                                          319       343       348       302       369

Business
Bachelor of Science                            285       255       231       239       204
Certificate in Info. Assurance                   0         0        11        13         9
Master of Business Administration               29        28        24        29        39
Master of Professional Accountancy              15        20        14        12         8
Doctor of Business Administration                1         4         9         6         3
 TOTAL                                         330       307       289       299       263

Education
Bachelor of Arts                                74        69        61        54        56
Bachelor of Music Education                      0         2         3         3         1
Bachelor of Science                            111        97       130       110       114
Certificate in Dynamics/Dom. Violence            0         0         0         8        12
Master of Arts                                  28        39        29        52        45
Master of Arts in Teaching                      29        29        36        70        65
Master of Science                               54        64        33        10         8
Master of Education                              3         2         0        31        34
Doctor of Education                              0         2         5         6         3
Doctor of Philosophy                             2         3         2         4         2
 TOTAL                                         301       307       299       348       340

Engineering & Science
Bachelor of Science                            240       223       236       230       216
Master of Science                              114       124       100        92       135
Doctor of Philosophy                            22        23        22        15        23
 TOTAL                                         376       370       358       337       374

Liberal Arts
Bachelor of Architecture                        19        14        10         6         1
Bachelor of Architecture Studies                 0         0        16        25        22
Bachelor of Arts                               177       235       170       172       172
Bachelor of Fine Arts                           71        57        57        50        37
Bachelor of Interior Design                      6         5        17         7         7
Bachelor of General Studies                     24        35        27        34        47
Bachelor of Music                                0         0         4         2         2
Bachelor of Science                             52        48        31        49        33
Certificate in Technical Writing & Com.          1         9         5         4         4
Master of Architecture                           1         6         2        10        12
Master of Arts                                  40        29        27        35        30
Master of Fine Arts                              5         3         5         5         3
Doctor of Audiology                              5         3         2         5         2
  TOTAL                                        401       444       373       404       372

Barksdale
Associate of General Studies                    27        23        20         9        11
Bachelor of General Studies                     98       104        88        89        81
Bachelor of Science in Elect. Engr. Tech.        0         0         2         0         0
Master of Arts                                  55        59        48        40        44
Master of Business Administration                5         4         1         0         0
 TOTAL                                         185       190       159       138       136
GRAND TOTAL                                   1912      1961      1826      1828      1854
ENROLLMENT INFORMATION

        Section IV
                                                        University Enrollment
                                                             by Gender


               15000
Headcount




               10000

                5000                                                                              Male
                                                                                                  Female
                       0
                                                                                                  TOTAL
                              Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011




                                                        University Enrollment
                                                              by Level
               14000
               12000                                                                   Total
               10000                                                                   Graduate
   Headcount




               8000                                                                    Undergraduate
               6000
               4000
               2000
                   0
                           Fall 2007   Fall 2008   Fall 2009   Fall 2010   Fall 2011
                                               University Enrollment
                                                     by Race
            14000
            12000                                                               Other
            10000                                                               Black
Headcount




            8000                                                                White
            6000
                                                                                TOTAL
            4000
            2000
                0
                    Fall 2007   Fall 2008   Fall 2009   Fall 2010   Fall 2011




                                               University Enrollment
                                                     by State
            14000
            12000
                                                                                  Foreign
                                                                                  Out-of-State
            10000
Headcount




                                                                                  Louisiana
            8000
                                                                                  TOTAL
            6000
            4000
            2000
                0
                    Fall 2007   Fall 2008   Fall 2009   Fall 2010   Fall 2011
                                                                       University Enrollment
Percent of Total Enrollment


                                                                    by Full-Time, Part-Time Status
                                      0.8
                                      0.7                                                                        Full-Time
                                      0.6
                                      0.5                                                                        Part-Time
                                      0.4
                                      0.3
                                      0.2
                                      0.1
                                       0
                                            Fall 2007   Fall 2008   Fall 2009    Fall 2010   Fall 2011




                                                                           University Enrollment
                                                                            Distribution By Age
       Percent of Total Enrollment




                                     0.8
                                     0.6
                                     0.4
                                     0.2                                                                                     17-24
                                                                                                                             25-39
                                      0
                                                                                                                             40+
                                            Fall 2007        Fall 2008          Fall 2009      Fall 2010   Fall 2011
                                            HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT
                                                    FALL 2007 - Fall 2011


                                                    Enrollment by Gender

                               Fall 2007      Fall 2008    Fall 2009   Fall 2010    Fall 2011

Male                                 5063           5078       5395          5581       5592
Female                               5544           5872       5894          6223       5989
TOTAL                               10607          10950      11289         11804      11581



                                                Enrollment by Classification

                               Fall 2007      Fall 2008    Fall 2009   Fall 2010    Fall 2011

Freshman                             2417           2314       2283          2441       2334
Sophomore                            1558           1480       1404          1377       1458
Junior                               1449           1357       1341          1272       1377
Senior                               2084           2021       1965          1955       1986
Masters                              1985           2047       2242          2500       2144
Doctorate                             247            268        288           303        300
*Other                                867           1463       1766          1956       1982
TOTAL                               10607          10950      11289         11804      11581

*Post Baccalaureate & high school concurrent enrollment




                                                      Enrollment by Race

                               Fall 2007      Fall 2008    Fall 2009   Fall 2010    Fall 2011

White                                7419           7064       6855          7214       7450
Indian                                 48             37         36            53         62
Black                                1740           1740       1571          1538       1663
Asian                                 110             71         75           111        114
Hispanic                              167            138        136           141        167
*Foreign                              411            534        588           669        659
Unknown                               712           1366       2028          2069       1423
Pacific Islander                        0              0          0             1         10
Two or More                             0              0          0             8         33
TOTAL                               10607          10950      11289         11804      11581


*Non-Resident Aliens
                                 HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT (Continued)
                                               FALL 2007 - Fall 2011


                                             Enrollment by Location

                           Fall 2007     Fall 2008   Fall 2009   Fall 2010     Fall 2011

Main Campus                       8382        8205        8279          8120        8092
Barksdale Campus                   795         694         666           653         640
Prof. Practice                      51          43          43            78          85
Extension                         1379        2008        2301          2953        2764
TOTAL UNIVERSITY                 10607       10950       11289         11804       11581


                                           Enrollment by Current Entry

                           Fall 2007     Fall 2008   Fall 2009   Fall 2010     Fall 2011

1st Time Freshmen                 1592        1557        1507          1600        1632
Readmission                        290         327         303           292         252
Transfer                           402         342         364           375         423
Visiting Student                   139         407         524           383         403
New Grad. Student                 1301        1367        1436          1694        1302
Concurrent Enrollment              252         584         755          1049        1164
Continuing Student                6631        6366        6400          6411        6405
TOTAL                            10607       10950       11289         11804       11581



                                              Enrollment by College

                           Fall 2007     Fall 2008   Fall 2009   Fall 2010     Fall 2011

Appl. & Natural Science           1640        1614        1589          1676        1685
Basic & Career Studies             764        1320        1630          1759        1903
Business                          1171        1074        1022          1030        1073
Education                         2911        3026        3192          3424        3000
Engineering & Science             1953        1978        2033          2177        2241
Liberal Arts                      2168        1938        1823          1738        1679
TOTAL UNIVERSITY                 10607       10950       11289         11804       11581


                                  Enrollment by Full-Time and Part-Time Status

                           Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011
                          UG Grad UG Grad UG Grad UG Grad UG Grad

Full-Time                 6728    896 6563    928 6484    996 6636 1043 6750 1054

Part-Time                 1647 1336 2072 1387 2275 1534 2365 1760 2387 1390
                          8375 2232 8635 2315 8759 2530 9001 2803 9137 2444
                                   DECLARED MAJORS
                                     Fall 2007-- Fall 2011

                       Enrollment By Majors Within Degree Programs
                          (Barksdale Program Shown Separately)

                                          Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011

Applied & Natural Sciences
BS-Agri Business                                 46           50    60        52         49
BS-Animal Science                               116          120   131       144        158
BS-Biology                                      424          389   386       398        412
BS-Environmental Science                         25           29    34        43         44
BS-Family & Child Studies                       133          130   110        99         97
BS-Family & Consumer Sci. Educ.                   8            6    11         6          6
BS-Forestry                                      64           64    55        50         61
BS-Geographic Info. Science                      17           14    15        23         29
BS-Health Info. Administration                   73           81    79        89        132
BS-Medical Technology                            70           59    57        70         71
BA-Merch & Consumer Studies                      60           64    43        38         22
BS-Nutrition & Dietetics                         74           64    71        68         65
Nursing (Pre-Nursing-non-degree)                188          140   140       155        143
BS-Wildlife Conservation                         33           33    35        40         30

Developmental A&NS (non-deg)                      54         74      60        80        66
Post Bacc; Undecided (non-                         6         25      14        27        14
 degree)

AS-Health Info. Technology                       22           20    19        24         21
AS-Nursing                                      100          145   158       134        127

Graduate Certificate-Domestic Violence            11          5       0         0         0
MS-Biology                                        26         26      27        28        35
MS-Family & Consumer Sci.                         15         16      17        23        12
MS-Health Info. Management                        12         13      17        17        18
MS-Nanotechnology                                  5          7      10        20        21
MS-Nutrition & Dietetics                          43         38      40        46        51

Grad-Uncl; M+30; Grad. Ext; LLL                   15          2       0         2         1

Business
BS-Accounting                                   140          121   131       169        196
BS-Bus. Admin.                                   74           69    49        87        117
BS-Business Economics                            17           28    37        43         42
BS-Comp Info Systems                             95           96    89       121        123
BS-Finance                                       93           87    78        80         73
BS-Mgt.-Bus. Mgt. & Entre.                      180          145   125       170        172
BS-Mgt.-Human Res. Mgt.                          27           19    31        16         11
(Declared Majors Continued)          Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011

BS-Marketing                               128      119       109       115        119
BS-Sustainable Supply Chain Mgt.             0        0         6         9         19

Bus. Basic; Post Bacc;                     265      237       220         24         6
  Undecided (non-degree)
Developmental Adm. & Bus.                   46       30        32         51        35
 (non-degree)

Graduate Certificate in Information Assurance        14         6          0         0
MPA-Accounting                               17      15        12         17        24
MBA-Business Admin.                          52      41        60         91        90

DBA-Business Admin.                         31       30        28         31        32

Grad-Unclassf.; Transient; LLL               4       16         7          6        13
  (non-degree)

Education
BS-Agriculture Education                    16       12        15         14        21
Alt. Lower/Upper Elem. Cert.                39       48        65         48        24
  (non-degree)
Alt. Sec. Educ. Certification               52       57        72         42        21
  (non-degree)
BA-Art Education                            11       18        23        14          7
BS-Biology Education                        11       14        13        12         12
BS-Business Education                        6        8         4         7          4
BS-Chemistry Education                       5        2         1         5          5
BS-Early/Elem. Educ. (PK3)                  81       99       106       102         92
BS-Earth Science Education                   4        3         6         2          2
BA-Elementary Education (1-5)              146      152       117       135        127
BS-Elementary-Spec. Education               19       22        23        16         21
BS-English Education                        41       38        32        42         33
BA-French Education                          2        2         0         0          0
BS-Health & P. E.                           51       53        61        58         50
Health & P.E. - Fit Program                 35       47        29        34         24
  (non-degree)
Health & P. E. Sr. Citizen                 236      232       204       249        202
  (non-degree)
BS-Kinesiology & Health Prom.              244      250       263       269        313
BS-Mathematics Education                    30       20        25        32         31
BS-Middle Math/Science 4-8                  10       10        11         9          4
BS-Middle School Education                                                           1
BA-Music Education (del prog)                8        5         0          0         0
BA-Music Education - Instrum.               16       15        21         18        26
BA-Music Education - Vocal                   5        9         8          9        10
BS-Physics Education                         2        2         2          2         3
(Declared Majors Continued)           Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011
BA-Psychology                               203       202       187       219       245
BS-Social Studies Education                  43        39        36        41        43
BA-Special Educ-M/M Elem.                     2         2         1         0         0
BA-Special Educ-Sev/Profound                  0         0         0         1         0
BA-Speech Education                           2         1         1         2         2
BA-Spch, Lang, Hrg Ther (del prog)            1         5         2         3         1

Developmental Educ. (non-deg.)              49        34        55        66        58
Post Bacc; Unclassf; Undecided;             15        12        11        11         2
 LLL; (non-degree)
Graduate Certificate-Domestic Violence                           4         5         2
Graduate Certificate-Visual Impairments                                              1

EdD-Curriculum & Instruction                25        27        22        21        16
EdD-Educational Leadership                  23        21        29        27        37

MA-Counseling & Guidance                    57        64        76        65        63
M Ed-Curriculum & Instruction               73        47        49        38        46
MEd-Education (5th Year Prog.)              20        28        41        44        35
MA-Educational Psychology                    5         8         4         0         0
MS-Health & Exercise Science                24         0         0         0         0
MA-Industrial/Org. Psychology               24        35        42        32        38
MS-Kinesiology                                        22        22        23        24
MAT-Early Childhood Educ.                    7        19        22        22        27
MAT-Early Interventionist                    1         0         0         5         7
MAT-Elementary Educ.                        20        35        31        49        57
MAT-Middle Grades Math                       5         9        11        12         4
MAT-Middle Grades Science                    3         3         5         4         3
MAT-Middle Grades Math/Science                                             9         0
MAT-Middle School Education                                                         19
MAT-Multiple Levels K-12                    10        24        29        30        28
MAT-Secondary Educ.                         38        58        63        68        62
MAT-Special Educ.                            9        15        18        19        17
MAT-Teaching Visually Impaired Students                2         3         4         6

PhD-Counseling Psychology                   35        36        37        41        40
PhD-Industrial/Org. Psychology                                   4         8        13

Grad. Uncl; M+30; LLL (non-deg)           1027      1051      1171      1341       954
Online                                                           4         3         4

Engineering & Science
BS-Biomedical Engr.                        135       139       119       133       155
BS-Chemical Engr.                          113       158       164       169       195
BS-Chemistry                                30        40        38        39        42
BS-Civil Engr.                             170       174       171       180       196
BS-Computer Science                        127       131       150       149       173
BS-Const. Engr. Technology                 117       107        96        91        96
BS-Electrical Engr.                        193       190       194       201       194
BS-Electrical Engr. Technology              78        87        98        95        89
BS-Industrial Engr.                         46        42        49        49        53
(Declared Majors Continued)             Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011

BS-Mathematics                                25        27        22        29         30
BS-Mechanical Engr.                          390       367       404       401        443
BS-Nanosystems Engr.                          76        79        74        78         80
BS-Physics                                    18        19        23        26         24

Basic; Post Bacc (non-degree)                 45        33        26         40        42
Developmental E&S (non-degree)                40        39        34         56        18

MS-Computer Science                           29        25        24        32         28
MS-Engineering                               146       141       137       144        106
MS-Engineering Mgt.                           17        14        17        22         41
MS-Mathematics                                 4         4         2         8          7
MS-Microsystems Engr.                         10         5         2         2          3
MS-Molecular Science & Nanotechnology         20        21        33        25         22
MS-Physics                                     4         1         2         6          5

PhD-Biomedical                                29        25        33         36        28
PhD-Comp. Anal. & Modeling                    28        37        48         45        40
PhD-Engineering                               63        72        70         81        78

Grad. Unclassf; LLL (non-degree)               0         1         3          1         1
Life Long Learning-Centurylink                                               39        52

Liberal Arts
BS-Architectural Studies                     131       170       173       158        140
BAR-Architecture (del prog)                   48        24         8         0          0
BFA-Art-Photography                           68        54        47        43         47
BFA-Art-Studio                                48        43        58        55         53
BFA-Communication Design                     163       142       115       103        108
BA-English                                    64        54        47        51         44
BA-French                                     10         8         3         4          2
BGS-General Studies                           65        40        60        75        104
BA-Geography                                   7         7         8         2          5
BA-History                                    84        70        73        73         62
BID-Interior Design                           46        48        40        38         35
BA-Journalism                                 67        52        51        43         46
BA-Music                                      27        19        17        14          7
BM-Music Performance                          18        11        10        14         14
BA-Political Science                          81        65        69        73         77
Pre-Architecture (non-degree)                 23        20        10         7         10
Pre-Interior Design (non-degree)               4         4         1         0          3
BA-Pre-Prof. Spch, Lang, Path.                56        55        57        56         77
BS-Geographic Info. Science                    2         1         0         1          1
BS-Professional Aviation                     145       126        97       105        118
BS-(Prof)Aviation Management                  41        55        65        50         41
BA-Sociology                                 174       168       173       148        148
BA-Spanish                                    16         6        10         6          8
BA-Speech                                     92        92        61        48         45
(Declared Majors Continued)          Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011

Developmental Lib. Arts (non-deg.)         36        52        56         54        40
Post Bacc/Spec.; Undecided                  1         5         8          7         5
 (non-degree)

AGS-General Studies                         2         3         1          1         2
Certificate in Technical Writing            0         8         1          1         3

Master of Architecture                      6         3        15         16        15
MFA-Art                                    13        10        15         13        16
MA-English                                 22        19        20         15        11
MA-History                                 23        23        17         21        13
MA-Speech                                   9        14        20         12        11
MA-Spch. Pathology                         28        24        24         20        29

AuD-Audiology                              16        20        21         20        18

Graduate Uncl.; LLL (non-degree)            4         3         1          1         3

Basic & Career Studies
Basic (non-degree)                        333       321       325       304       299
Dev. Basic (non-degree)                    67        55        64        54        53
ICP (non-degree)                           42        34        41        40        31
Online                                      0         0         0         2         0
Visiting Student (non-degree)              74       326       445       310       321
High School Student                       248       584       755      1049      1164
Post Bacc MurphyUSA                                                                 2
Visiting Barksdale                                                                 14
Visiting MurphyUSA                                                                 19

Barksdale
AGS-General Studies                        17        22        40        89         61
BGS-General Studies                       511       398       331       301        257

MBA-Business Administration                 2         7         2         0         1
MA-Counseling & Guidance                   83        87        93        79        92
MA-Ind./Org. Psychology                    37        22        18        13        21
                                        10607     10950     11289     11804     11581
                                             LOUISIANA ENROLLMENT BY PARISH
                                                     FALL 2007 - FALL 2011

                          2007               2008                2009               2010               2011
                   UG      G   TOT    UG      G   TOT     UG      G   TOT    UG      G   TOT    UG      G     TOT
Acadia               12     15   27     16      1   17      13      5   18     19      7   26     21      2      23
Allen                15      0   15     10      3   13       7      2    9     10      3   13     15      1      16
Ascension            51     10   61     53      3   56      53     13   66     45     11   56     49      8      57
Assumption            8      1    9      5      1    6       8      4   12      5      3    8      4      0       4
Avoyelles            14     10   24     56     38   94      33     17   50     35     17   52     34      8      42
Beauregard           61      6   67     53      1   54      38      8   46     38      8   46     45      2      47
Bienville           138     26  164     82     25  107      89     27  116     87     25  112     83     32     115
Bossier             897    160 1057    859    179 1038     847    158 1005    861    229 1090    797    209    1006
Caddo              1010    268 1278   1002    296 1298    1027    318 1345   1051    290 1341   1091    272    1363
Calcasieu           111     33  144    110     30  140     113     46  159    114     49  163    122     28     150
Caldwell             26     36   62     38      6   44      33      6   39     36     15   51     27      7      34
Cameron               1      0    1      1      0    1       1      1    2      0      0    0      0      0       0
Catahoula            19      7   26     19      4   23      19      5   24     17      4   21     15      2      17
Claiborne           155     34  189    146     18  164     159     35  194    132     23  155    121     21     142
Concordia            53      4   57     52      7   59      47     20   67     46     17   63     43     15      58
De Soto              58     24   82     59     16   75      64     17   81     82      6   88     71      2      73
East Baton Rouge    240     30  270    207     27  234     207     55  262    188     79  267    224     42     266
East Carroll          6     18   24     13     15   28      12      6   18     10     17   27      7      6      13
East Feliciana        6      3    9     10      6   16       9      3   12      9      6   15      7      4      11
Evangeline            7      4   11      7      0    7       6      1    7     14      7   21     12      1      13
Franklin             41     14   55     43     23   66      49     15   64     55     13   68     45      9      54
Grant                29      7   36     32      4   36      38     12   50     33      4   37     35      2      37
Iberia               12     13   25     10      0   10       7      8   15     59     17   76     53      6      59
Iberville             3      0    3      4      5    9       4     14   18      8     10   18      9      5      14
Jackson             209     39  248    227     23  250     207     19  226    195     24  219    195     33     228
Jefferson           129     17  146    106     40  146      99     29  128     89     26  115     81     19     100
Jefferson Davis      15      6   21     13      1   14      17      7   24     17      5   22     22      2      24
La Salle             29     22   51     16      5   21      21      7   28     20      9   29     26      3      29
Lafayette            54      9   63     38     15   53      38     19   57     35     17   52     49     10      59
Lafourche            17      1   18     46     11   57     102     18  120    104     22  126     92     17     109
Lincoln            1265    267 1532   1588    225 1813    1693    287 1980   1552    247 1799   1418    220    1638
Livingston           55      4   59     59      7   66      42      9   51    112     29  141    219     27     246
                                             LOUISIANA ENROLLMENT BY PARISH (Continued)

                          2007               2008                  2009                2010                  2011
                   UG      G   TOT    UG      G   TOT       UG      G   TOT     UG      G     TOT     UG      G     TOT
Madison              23      9   32     23      8   31        23     18   41      30      4      34     35     27      62
Morehouse            77     10   87     80     16   96        83     23  106     145     25     170    126     45     171
Natchitoches         39     27   66     48     37   85        60     31   91      71     27      98     65     22      87
Orleans              65     15   80     50     15   65        47     34   81      43     19      62     43     15      58
Ouachita            732    280 1012    715    328 1043       678    212  890     746    331    1077    811    293    1104
Plaquemines          10      5   15      6      6   12         6      3    9       9      3      12     12      1      13
Pointe Coupee         1      6    7      2      3    5        14     17   31      17     25      42     13      2      15
Rapides             401     29  430    407     35  442       420     58  478     413     35     448    434     35     469
Red River            18     22   40     20     87  107        21      9   30      21      5      26     21     18      39
Richland             46     18   64     77     41  118        66     51  117     108     31     139    121     30     151
Sabine               22     12   34     20     10   30        18     17   35      27     24      51     37     14      51
St. Bernard           9      1   10      7      0    7         6      1    7       3      3       6      6      0       6
St. Charles          45      5   50     50      6   56        54     19   73      63      6      69     57      4      61
St. Helena            3      0    3      1      0    1         0      3    3       1      0       1      2      0       2
St. James             8      3   11      5      2    7         9     14   23       8      4      12      6      4      10
St. John/Baptist     20      6   26     19      3   22        16     18   34      15      9      26     25      8      33
St. Landry           30     13   43     31      9   40        31     12   43      38     15      53     34      9      43
St. Martin            6      8   14      6      0    6        25      8   33      41      4      45     28      1      29
St. Mary             16      3   19     11      5   16        15     19   34      14     22      36     12      5      17
St. Tammany         202     13  215    188      9  197       189     11  200     237     14     251    273      8     281
Tangipahoa           48      9   57     60      5   65        59     19   78      69     18      87     62     10      72
Tensas               16      3   19     10      7   17         8      7   15       5     14      19      6     10      16
Terrebonne           49     10   59     51      5   56        38      6   44      39     16      55     32      7      39
Union               165     26  191    164     23  187       157     36  193     155     53     208    177     47     224
Vermilion            10      7   17      7      1    8         7     12   19       6      7      13      7      2       9
Vernon               31      3   34     33      4   37        40      8   48      45     50      95     56      6      62
Washington           12     12   24     66     12   78        65      8   73      26     10      36     24      1      25
Webster             300     87  387    323     87  410       310     82  392     333    112     445    272     65     337
W. Baton Rouge       16      8   24     15      1   16        16      3   19      11      8      19     15      1      16
West Carroll         44      7   51     30     10   40        22      8   30      23     10      33     28     11      39
West Feliciana       19      2   21     13      2   15        19      1   20      20      3      23     24      1      25
Winn                 71     26   97     71      9   80        64     10   74      62     12      74     56     21      77
TOTAL              7300   1773 9073   7589   1821 9410      7688   1969 9657    7924   2158   10082   7952   1738    9690
                                              ENROLLMENT BY STATE OF RESIDENCE
                                                        FALL 2007 - FALL 2011

                        2007                  2008                  2009                  2010                2011
                 UG      G     TOT     UG      G     TOT     UG      G     TOT     UG      G    TOT    UG      G     TOT
Alabama            14      6      20     20      6     26      18     10      28     18     11    29     19      9     28
Alaska              1      0       1      1      0      1       1      0       1      1      0     1      0      0      0
Arizona             8      1       9      9      0      9       6      0       6      2      0     2      4      0      4
Arkansas          215     20     235    190     31    221     172     33     205    162     33   195    166     44    210
California         24      6      30     16     13     29      14     14      28     22      8    30     29     11     40
Colorado            4      2       6      4      2      6       3      5       8      4      2     6      7      1      8
Conneticut          1      0       1      1      0      1       3      0       3      3      2     5      3      3      6
Delaware            0      0       0      0      0      0       0      0       0      0      0     0      1      0      1
Florida            15      5      20     11      3     14      18      3      21     25      4    29     25     18     43
Georgia            12      5      17     14      6     20      11      7      18     11      5    16     25      9     34
Hawaii              0      0       0      2      0      2       1      0       1      3      0     3      2      0      2
Idaho               0      0       0      2      0      2       2      0       2      0      1     1      0      3      3
Illinois            5      2       7     14      4     18      21      3      24     13      4    17     14     16     30
Indiana             4      0       4      1      0      1       2      2       4      1      5     6      4      9     13
Iowa                1      0       1      2      1      3       4      1       5      3      1     4      3      3      6
Kansas              4      1       5      4      1      5       6      0       6      2      1     3      3      4      7
Kentucky            4      1       5      4      2      6       3      2       5      1      1     2      1      2      3
Louisiana        7300   1773    9073   7589   1821   9410    7688   1969    9657   7924   2158 10082   7952   1738   9690
Maine               4      0       4      2      0      2       3      0       3      2      0     2      2      0      2
Maryland            4      3       7      5      0      5       5      0       5      7      0     7      3      0      3
Massachusettes      2      1       3      2      2      4       3      1       4      3      1     4      1      1      2
Michigan            5      1       6      4      2      6       3      3       6      1      7     8      2     15     17
Minnesota           2      1       3      2      1      3       2      2       4      1      4     5      2      9     11
Mississippi        52     14      66     42     26     68      36     27      63     39     24    63     45     37     82
Missouri            6      1       7      8      0      8       8      3      11     11      4    15      8      5     13
Montana             2      0       2      2      1      3       1      1       2      2      0     2      0      1      1
Nebraska            3      0       3      4      0      4       2      0       2      1      0     1      0      1      1
Nevada              1      0       1      2      0      2       0      0       0      1      0     1      2      0      2
New Hampshire       2      0       2      2      0      2       1      0       1      1      0     1      1      7      8
New Jersey          3      2       5      4      2      6       3      2       5      2      1     3      5      2      7
New Mexico          2      1       3      2      3      5       3      1       4      4      1     5      3      2      5
New York            3      6       9      6      5     11       6      5      11     10      6    16      8      6     14
                                        ENROLLMENT BY STATE OF RESIDENCE (continued)

                           2007                 2008                2009                  2010                  2011
                    UG      G   TOT      UG      G   TOT     UG      G     TOT     UG      G     TOT     UG      G   TOT
North Carolina        10      2    12       6      3     9      7      1       8      5      3       8     10      4    14
North Dakota           0      2     2       0      2     2      0      1       1      1      1       2      1      1     2
Ohio                   2      5     7       3      2     5      5      3       8      9      4      13      9     13    22
Oklahoma               8      4    12       4      3     7      5      2       7      3     59      62      6      2     8
Oregon                 1      2     3       1      0     1      0      0       0      2      0       2      4      1     5
Pennsylvania           8      3    11       4      5     9      5      6      11      3      2       5      2      4     6
Rhode Island           1      0     1       0      2     2      0      1       1      0      0       0      0      0     0
South Carolina         5      3     8       4      6    10      5      7      12      5      4       9      6      4    10
South Dakota           2      2     4       2      2     4      1      0       1      0      0       0      0      0     0
Tennessee              9      2    11       7      5    12      6      3       9      7      3      10     13     39    52
Texas                370     31   401     359     40   399    364     47     411    375     51     426    400     50   450
Utah                   3      1     4       4      2     6      7      4      11      5      2       7      5      3     8
Vermont                0      0     0       0      0     0      0      0       0      0      0       0      0      0     0
Virginia              12      1    13      11      3    14      9      4      13     10      4      14     15      3    18
Washington             7      0     7       4      1     5      4      0       4      5      4       9      8      2    10
West Virginia          0      1     1       0      0     0      0      0       0      0      0       0      1      0     1
Wisconsin              4      2     6       6      3     9      2      2       4      3      0       3      4     12    16
Wyoming                1      0     1       0      0     0      0      1       1      1      0       1      0      2     2
Dist. of Columbia      0      0     0       0      0     0      1      1       2      0      1       1      0      0     0
US Territories         0      0     0       0      0     0      0      0       0      1      0       1      2      0     2
                    8146   1913 10059    8386   2011 10397   8471   2176   10647   8715   2422   11137   8826   2096 10922
                                                         ENROLLMENT BY FOREIGN COUNTRY
                                                                         FALL 2007 - FALL 2011

                            2007                          2008                         2009                          2010                          2011
                    UG       G   TOT              UG       G   TOT             UG       G   TOT              UG       G   TOT              UG       G   TOT
Bahamas                2       0    2                2       0    2               1       0    1                0       0    0                0       0    0
Bangladesh             1       4    5                0       3    3               2       9   11                1      12   13                1      14   15
Brazil                 1       0    1                3       0    3               3       1    4                6       1    7                8       2   10
Cameroon               3       2    5                3       1    4              10       1   11               13       1   14               11       4   15
Canada                 7       2    9                4       3    7               8       2   10                6       2    8                6       1    7
China                  5      42   47                7      43   50              14      52   66               12      66   78               20      71   91
France                 0       2    2                0       0    0               4       1    5                5       0    5                4       0    4
Germany                3       1    4                3       2    5               1       1    2                0       0    0                0       0    0
Honduras               5       0    5                3       2    5               2       2    4                2       1    3                0       2    2
India                 11     211  222               17     194  211              11     189  200                9     186  195                9     131  140
Indonesia              0       0    0                0       0    0               0       0    0                0       0    0                1       0    1
Iran                   1       0    1                1       2    3               1       1    2                1       1    2                0       2    2
Jamaica                3       0    3                3       1    4               3       1    4                5       0    5                5       0    5
Japan                  1       0    1                4       1    5               5       0    5                4       0    4                2       1    3
Jordan                 1       0    1                1       1    2               0       1    1                3       2    5                2       0    2
Kuwait                 3       1    4                4       0    4               3       0    3                3       0    3                3       0    3
Malaysia               0       2    2                0       1    1               0       0    0                0       0    0                1       1    2
Nepal                 81       6   87              104      10  114             111      19  130              129      24  153              141      35  176
Nigeria               22       7   29               25       5   30              22       7   29               20       9   29               14       9   23
Pakistan               3       1    4                1       0    1               1       2    3                0       2    2                1       1    2
Saudi Arabia           2       1    3                5       2    7               7       5   12                9      11   20               15      12   27
South Korea            7       5   12                4       2    6               4       2    6                5       1    6                0       0    0
Taiwan                 3       4    7                1       4    5               0       5    5                0       7    7                0       5    5
Thailand               0       4    4                0       5    5               0       6    6                0       5    5                0       5    5
Turkey                 0       2    2                0       3    3               1       4    5                1       3    4                1       3    4
Venezuela              6       0    6                4       0    4               3       0    3                2       0    2                0       0    0
*Other                58      22   80               50      19   69              71      43  114               50      47   97               64      51  115
TOTAL                229     319  548             249      304  553             288     354  642              286     381     667          309      350     659

*Other countries include: Albania, Angola, Anguilla, Argentina, Aruba, Australia, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bolivia, British Virgin Islands, Bulgaria, Burundi, Columbia, Costa Rica,
Cote D'Ivoire, Cyprus, Dominica, Eygpt, El Salvador, Ecuador, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghanda, Grenada, Guam, Guatamala, Guyana, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland
Israel, Ivory Coast, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Libya, Macau, Macedonia, Mali, Mexico, Mongolia, Morroco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama,
Phillippines, Poland, Principe, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, Rwanda, Sao Tome & Principe, Senegal, Serbia, Singapore, Slovokia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, St. Lucia,
Suriname, Syria, Tanzania, Trinidad & Tobago, Uganda, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uraguay, Vietnam, Yemen, Zimbabwe
                      DISTRIBUTION OF STUDENT AGES

                                   FALL 2011


Range             Undergraduate     Graduate          Total

17 - 19           4179 - - 46%        0 - - 0%         4179 - - 36%

20 - 24           3381 - - 37%       541 - - 22%       3922 - - 34%

25 - 29            551 - - 6%        585 - - 24%       1136 - - 10%

30 - 39            421 - - 5%        628 - - 26%       1049 - - 9%

40 - 49            220 - - 2%        405 - - 16%        625 - - 5%

50 - 64            204 - - 2%        272 - - 11%        476 - - 4%

65+                181 - - 2%         13 - - 1%        194 - - 2%
                  9137 - - 100%     2444 - - 100%     11581 - - 100%


________________________________________________________________________


                                   FALL 2007

17 - 19           2970 - - 35%        0--   0%         2970 - - 28%

20 - 24           3929 - - 47%       475 - - 21%       4404 - - 42%

25 - 29            553 - - 7%        423 - - 19%       976 - -   9%

30 - 39            405 - - 5%        542 - - 24%        947 - - 9%

40 - 49            175 - - 2%        432 - - 20%        607 - - 6%

50 - 64            148 - - 2%        342 - - 15%        490 - - 4%

65+                195 - - 2%         18 - - 1%        213 - - 2%
                  8375 - - 100%     2232 - - 100%     10607 - - 100%
FIRST-TIME FRESHMEN

      Section V
                                                  University Enrollment
                                                  by Beginning Freshmen
                          2200
             Headcount




                          2000
                          1800
                          1600
                          1400
                                 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011




                                                  ACT Composite Scores
                                              by Enrolled Beginning Freshmen
Mean Composite Score




                         25
                         24
                         23
                         22
                         21                                                    LA Composite
                         20                                                    National Composite
                         19
                                                                               Tech Composite
                               Fall    Fall     Fall      Fall       Fall
                              2007    2008     2009      2010       2011
                    BEGINNING FRESHMEN ENROLLMENT
                                 FALL 2007- Fall 2011




                                 Enrollment by Gender

                   Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011

Male                    861       844       861          900    927
Female                  731       713       646          700    705
TOTAL                  1592      1557      1507         1600   1632




                                  Enrollment by Race

                   Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011

White                  1229      1147       927         1046   1174
Indian                    6         8         5           11     13
Black                   254       259       183          230    254
Asian                    13         9        13           16     18
Hispanic                  8        13        30           27     28
*Foreign                 24        26        20           17     19
Unknown                  58        95       329          253    125
Pacific Islander          0         0         0            0      1
Two or More               0         0         0            0      0
TOTAL                  1592      1557      1507         1600   1632
                                        ACT SCORES

                              Summary Information Composite Scores
                                 (Enrolled Beginning Freshmen)
                                       Fall 2007 - Fall 2011


Score Range                       Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011

27 - 36                                19%      20%        21%       22%       24%

22 - 26                                44%      45%        44%       47%       45%

19 - 21                                26%      26%        27%       24%       25%

1 - 18                                 11%        9%        8%        7%        6%



Tech Mean                              23.2      23.3      23.5      23.6      23.8

National Mean                          21.2      21.1      21.1      21.0       n/a

Louisiana Mean                         20.7      21.0      20.8      21.0       n/a



College
 Applied & Natural Sciences            23.3      23.5      23.7      24.1      24.4

 Business                              22.8      22.7      23.2      23.7      23.8

 Education                             22.9      23.2      23.3      23.5      23.7

 Engineering & Science                 25.3      25.4      25.5      25.5      25.6

 Liberal Arts                          24.0      23.6      24.3      24.6      24.1

 Basic & Career Studies                20.3      20.7      20.8      21.0      21.0
                                         FEEDER HIGH SCHOOLS
                           Top High Schools of Entering Freshmen - Fall 2011


High School                                                       Number Enrolled
 West Monroe                                                              76
 Ruston                                                                   74
 Caddo Parish                                                             60
 C. E. Byrd, Shreveport                                                   52
 Captain Shreve, Shreveport                                               51
 West Ouachita                                                            45
 Airline, Bossier City                                                    39
 Cedar Creek, Ruston                                                      31
 Alexandria                                                               23
 Parkway, Bossier City                                                    23
 Neville, Monroe                                                          21
 Pineville                                                                19
 Benton                                                                   19
 Haughton                                                                 19
 Loyola, Shreveport                                                       18
 Alfred M. Barbe, Lake Charles                                            17
 Choudrant                                                                16
 Ouachita Parish                                                          16
 Farmerville                                                              15
 Weston                                                                   15
 Bastrop                                                                  14
 Zachary                                                                  13
 Grant, Dry Prong                                                         12
 Lakeside, Minden                                                         12
 Tioga                                                                    11
 Ouachita Christian, Monroe                                               11
 Northshore, Slidell                                                      11
 Union Christian Academy                                                  10
 Buckeye, Deville                                                          9
 Deridder                                                                  9
 Calvary Baptist, Shreveport                                               9
 Evangel Christian Academy, Shreveport                                     9
 Glenbrook, Minden                                                         9
 Catholic, Baton Rouge                                                     9
 Dutchtown, Geismar                                                        9
 Winnfield                                                                 8
 Sulphur                                                                   8
 Minden                                                                    8
 Northwood, Shreveport                                                     8
 Hahnville                                                                 8
 West Feliciana                                                            8
 Sterlington                                                               7
 Quitman                                                                   7
 St. Thomas Aquinas, Hammond                                               7
                                                                         875


Other Louisiana Freshmen                                                 563
Out-of-State Freshmen                                                    175
Foreign Freshmen                                                          19


Total Freshmen                                                         1632
FINANCIAL INFORMATION

       Section VI
                                                   Financial Data

          $200,000,000

          $150,000,000
Dollars




          $100,000,000
                                                                                           Operating Expen.
             $50,000,000
                                                                                           Total Revenues
                       $0
                             2006-07     2007-08   2008-09    2009-10      2010-11




                                       Operating Expenditures Per FTE Student

             $18,000
             $17,000
   Dollars




             $16,000
             $15,000
             $14,000
             $13,000
                        2006-07        2007-08      2008-09      2009-10         2010-11
                   STUDENT CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION
                           2006-07 - 2010-11

                                      ON-CAMPUS

 College                   2006-07     2007-08    2008-09   2009-10   2010-11

Appl. & Nat. Sciences         36402       34108     32178     32287     33345
Basic & Career Studies         1751        1636      1671      1676      1726
Business                      31364       30279     28161     26348     26434
Education                     36827       35483     35981     36862     36985
Engineering & Science         57872       56887     56111     56740     58612
Liberal Arts                  81571       73772     68919     64407     63801
  University                 245787      232165    223021    218320    220903

                                     OFF-CAMPUS

Appl. & Nat. Sciences          6966        6583      7455      7423      7985
Basic & Career Studies            0           0       249       449       257
Business                       1347         945      1905      1761      2538
Education                     13469       12329     13858     14138     14577
Engineering & Science          3686        3807      4083      4191      4965
Liberal Arts                   7968        7068      9281     11804     14441
  University                  33436       30732     36831     39766     44763

                                        TOTAL

Appl. & Nat. Sciences         43368       40691     39633     39710     41330
Basic & Career Studies         1751        1636      1920      2125      1983
Business                      32711       31224     30066     28109     28972
Education                     50296       47812     49839     51000     51562
Engineering & Science         61558       60694     60194     60931     63577
Liberal Arts                  89539       80840     78200     76211     78242
  University                 279223      262897    259852    258086    265666



                         2010-11 SCH PRODUCTION, BY LEVEL

                         Lower Level Upper Level Masters Doctorate     Total

Appl. & Nat. Sciences         15978       22852      2444        56     41330
Basic & Career Studies         1567         409         6         1      1983
Business                       8025       17974      2361       612     28972
Education                     13921       21558     14368      1715     51562
Engineering & Science         29124       26529      4432      3492     63577
Liberal Arts                  42692       32780      2137       633     78242
  University                 111307      122102     25748      6509    265666
                                      FINANCIAL DATA

                                 Year         Year         Year         Year         Year
                               2006-07      2007-08      2008-09      2009-10      2010-11
Total Revenues               $146,074,837 $151,668,079 $159,024,021 $171,043,800 $179,212,997


 Operating Revenues                54.9%        53.4%         49.4%        54.2%        47.3%
 Non-Operating Revenues            45.1%        46.6%         50.6%        45.8%        52.7%


Operating Expenditures*      $133,645,793 $158,132,260 $158,849,393 $154,847,538 $151,054,257
 Instruction                        29.8%        30.9%        29.8%        29.1%        27.6%
 Research                           10.1%        11.7%        13.0%        14.0%        14.6%
 Public Service                      0.9%         0.4%         0.5%         0.2%         0.2%
 Academic Support                    5.9%         7.7%         8.0%         7.5%         7.9%
 Student Services                    4.3%         4.1%         3.8%         3.2%         3.7%
 Institutional Support               7.3%         6.7%         6.6%         6.2%         6.4%
 Oper./Maint. of Plant               8.1%         7.7%         7.1%         6.6%         7.4%
 Scholarships/Fellowships            5.6%         3.1%         3.4%         4.8%         5.2%
 Depreciation                        3.8%         4.8%         4.6%         4.4%         5.4%
 Auxiliary                          24.1%        22.5%        22.8%        23.5%        21.4%
 Other Operating Expense             0.1%         0.4%         0.4%         0.5%         0.2%

                                  100.0%       100.0%       100.0%        100.0%       100.0%




FTE Enrollment                      9050          9037         9086         9369         9415

Operating Expenditures/FTE       $14,768      $17,498      $17,483       $16,528      $16,044
FACULTY INFORMATION

      Section VII
                                                                Instructional Faculty
                                                                      by Rank


                         200
                         150
   Number




                                                                                                         Lecturer
                         100
                                                                                                         Instructor
                          50                                                                             Assistant
                           0                                                                             Associate
                                   Fall 2007      Fall 2008        Fall 2009    Fall 2010    Fall 2011
                                                                                                         Professor




                                                      Faculty Salary Comparison
                                                       by Year 2007 & Year 2011

                         100000
Annual Salary, Dollars




                          80000
                          60000
                          40000
                                                                                                         Year 2007
                          20000
                                                                                                         Year 2011
                               0
                                      Professor     Associate       Assistant   Instructor   Lecturer
                     Instructional Faculty, Fall 2011
                           Distribution by Age

         120
         100
Number




          80
          60
          40
          20
           0
               <41    41-50        51-60        61-65   65+

                               Age, Years
                                         FACULTY INFORMATION

                                         Instructional Faculty - Fall 2011

                                     Gender                                         Race
                                                                                                            %W/ Doct
                        Total        Female       Male                   White      Black       Other        Degree

Appl. & Nat. Sci.             64           36              28                  60        1           3             37
                                         56%             44%                 94%        2%          4%           58%

Business                      47           12              35                  39        1           7             40
                                         26%             74%                 83%        2%         15%           85%

Education                     46           27              19                  42        3           1             39
                                         59%             41%                 91%        7%          2%           85%

Engr. & Science               95           17              78                  75           0        20            84
                                         18%             82%                 79%                   21%           88%

Liberal Arts                 111           43              68                 106        5              0          48
                                         39%             61%                 95%        5%                       43%

Barksdale                       6          2               4                  6             0           0          2
                                         33%             67%               100%                                  33%

  University                 369          137             232                 328        10          31           250
                                         37%             63%                 89%        3%          8%           68%

Note: Faculty defined as reported for AAUP and CUPA-HR



_______________________________________________________________________________________


                                     Instructional Faculty - Fall 2011

                                           Distribution by Rank

                                                                                                            Percent
                                    Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer                       Tenured

Appl. & Nat. Sci.                          16             15       25          8         0                  52% (33)
Business                                   13             12       17          5         0                  53% (25)
Education                                   6             13       22          5         0                  43% (20)
Engr. & Science                            17             30       22         10        16                  48% (46)
Liberal Arts                               14             33       43         21         0                  46% (51)
Barksdale                                   1              1        4          0         0                  83% (5)
  University                               67            104      133         49        16                  49% (180)
                      SALARY DATA, FALL 2007 & FALL 2011
                                 Instructional Faculty, Full-Time
                                     Average Salary by Rank

                                                         Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer
Applied & Natural Sciences                2007               67257    55844     52022      40983       -----
                                          2011               69418    56844     51874      43548       -----

Business                                  2007             116429     109405     98299     50576        -----
                                          2011             126391     111892    106772     52132        -----

Education                                 2007              75772      61804     52993     38297        -----
                                          2011              74823      63014     54449     33377        -----

Engineering & Science                     2007              83801      74986     67077     39609      61909
                                          2011              87102      76187     69780     45934      61131

Liberal Arts                              2007              66398      55026     48250     33094        -----
                                          2011              66273      54181     48046     34654        -----

Barksdale                                 2007              77425      54467     44723        -----     -----
                                          2011              78973      56867     45890        -----     -----

 University                               2007              79233      69429     58288     38097      61909
                                          2011              84929      68952     60861     39734      61131

 Note: Salary data converted to 9 month basis, AAUP



_____________________________________________________________________________________


                                                 Instructional Faculty
                                              Five Year Rank Distribution

                                                  2007       2008       2009      2010       2011
     Professor                                      82         76         70        73         67
     Associate Professor                            94        100         99       105        104
     Assistant Professor                           160        156        147       134        133
     Instructor                                     50         49         48        47         49
     Lecturer                                       13         14         14        15         16
                                                   399        395        378       374        369
                    INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY - FALL 2011

                                Distribution by Age


                             Total       < 41       41-50     51-60       61-65     66 +

Applied & Natural Sciences       64          13          20        20          4        7
                                           21%         31%       31%          6%      11%

Business                         47          11          14        12          3        7
                                           23%         30%       26%          6%      15%

Education                        46          8           14        14          7        3
                                           18%         30%       30%         15%       7%

Engineering & Science            95          34          31        19          5        6
                                           36%         33%       20%          5%       6%

Liberal Arts                    111          39          30        29          9        4
                                           35%         27%       26%          8%       4%

Barksdale                            6          0        2            0        1        3
                                                       33%                   17%      50%

 University                     369         105         111        94          29       30
                                           28%         30%       26%          8%       8%
STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE SUMMARY

              Section VIII
                       STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE SUMMARY

                                      Academic Year 2010-2011


                                                      No. Awards   Total Amount

*Employment Programs                                       1522      $2,814,594


Grant Programs                                             2951     $11,171,438


**Loan Programs                                            3611     $29,819,784


University Scholarships                                    4747     $15,508,209


Federal and State Scholarships                             2497     $12,265,078


Miscellaneous External Scholarships                        1307      $2,172,550

                                                         16,635     $73,751,653



*Fiscal Year 2010-11
**Unduplicated Count
LIBRARY INFORMATION

       Section IX
                                              LIBRARY
                                       Academic Years 2006- 2011

                                                      Holdings

                                         2006-07       2007-08      2008-09      2009-10    2010-11

Number/Bound Volumes                       450,496      456,152      459,447      462,696    464,495

Electronic Books                            53,566       57,154        60,497      62,931     68,076

Number/Periodical Titles                      2,599        2,631        2,633       1,933      1,754

Number/Govt. Documents                  2,508,055 2,534,468 2,547,371 2,569,644 2,592,759

Number/Microform Units                     574,759      574,891      577,993      578,081    578,097

Number of Audiovisual                           551          553          389        396        400
 Materials

Number of Maps                              39,304       39,769        39,966      40,124     40,266

TOTAL                                   3,629,330 3,665,618 3,688,296 3,715,805 3,745,847


                                                  Library Activity

                                         2006-07       2007-08      2008-09      2009-10    2010-11

Circulation
 Book Collection & Reserve                  64,192       70,084        56,350      46,789     36,150
 Collection

Interlibrary Loans
  Borrowed                                    4,399        6,025        4,506       4,905      4,414
  Loaned                                      4,110        4,567        3,997       3,789      4,495


                                            Operating Expenditures

                                         2006-07       2007-08      2008-09      2009-10    2010-11

Staff Salary/Wages                      1,439,351 1,578,472 1,567,274 1,539,109 1,567,226

Collection Expenditures*                1,238,481 1,268,089 1,215,811 1,010,152 1,012,299

Other Operating Expenses                   566,074      519,846      140,356      206,264    277,159

TOTAL                                   3,243,906 3,366,407 2,923,441 2,755,525 2,856,684

* For books, periodicals, microforms, binding, non-print materials, and other.
FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES By OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION

                    Section X
                               FULL-TIME UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES
                                   BY IPEDS CLASSIFICATION

                                                   Year 2011-12



                                                                                    2011-12

Primarily Instruction/Research/Public Service                                           423

Executive/Administrative/Managerial                                                      52

Other Professionals (Support/Service)                                                   180

Technical and Paraprofessionals                                                          24

Clerical and Secretarial                                                                168

Skilled Crafts                                                                           31

Service/Maintenance                                                                     143
                                                                                       1021




*This includes employees paid from all sources - auxiliary, grants, and operating
FACILITIES INFORMATION
       Section XI
                             FACILITIES AND LAND HOLDINGS - FALL 2011


              Total       Gross Area Replacement        Acres         Book         Land Type      Other
              Bldgs.        Sq. Ft.     Cost                          Value         Agricult.

                    159    3,168,045   $223,686,000       1774        $9,382,000          597          1177

__________________________________________________________________________________

                            ASSIGNABLE AREA BY ROOM USE - FALL 2011

                                                       Tech                        Other LA Public Univ.
                                                       ASF/FTE                     ASF/FTE Range

Total Facilities                                           212                                    133 - 270

Classroom Facilities                                      16.3                                   12.8 - 27.8

Laboratory Facilities                                     25.7                                   10.0 - 44.0

Office Facilities                                         35.9                                   21.5 - 47.9

Study Facilities                                          10.3                                    1.2 - 35.4

  ASF = assignable square feet

__________________________________________________________________________________

                          UNIVERSITY STUDENT HOUSING - FALL 2011 & 2010

                           Fall 2011                                                Fall 2010

                           Capacity    Utilization                                  Capacity    Utilization
    Dormitories                 641              622             Dormitories             641             639
     Female                                   97.0%               Female                              99.7%
     Number, 4                                                    Number, 4

    Dormitories                  849           841               Dormitories              946           946
     Male                                    99.1%                Male                                100%
     Number, 4                                                    Number, 5

     University Park             956            956              University Park          956           956
      Apartments                              100%                Apartments                          100%

				
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