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					              University of North Carolina
                   School of the Arts
                        Factbook
                          2011




Office of Institutional Research
Table of Contents                                         Page

Mission Statement                                          3
Office of the President & Board of Governors               4
UNCSA Board of Trustees and Foundation Boards              5
UNCSA Foundation Board & Board of Visitors                 6
UNCSA Administration                                       8
Facts Concerning Capital and Fiscal Operations
   Building Characteristics                                10
   Residence Hall Occupancy                                11
   Undergraduate Tuition and Required Fees Combined        12
   Library Resources                                       13
   Student Financial Aid: Dollar Amount by Category        14
Facts to Support Planning
   UNC Tuition
   Degree Programs and Diplomas Offered
                                                           17
   Degrees Conferred by Field of Study                     18
   Retention & Graduation Rates of First Time Freshmen     19

Facts About Students
   SAT scores of UNC Freshmen                              22
   Freshmen Applicants, Acceptances and Enrollees          23
   Transfer Applicants, Acceptances, and Enrollees         24
   Graduate Applicants, Acceptances, and Enrollees         25
   Enrollment by Art School                                26
   Geographic Origin of First-Time Freshmen                27
   Racial Composition of College Enrollment, Fall Terms    28
   Geographic Origin of College Students                   29
   Fall Enrollment by Field of Study*                      30
Facts About Faculty
   Full-time & Part-time Faculty
   Full-time and Part-time Faculty                        32
   Faculty Rank
  Degrees of Full-time Faculty                            33
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts Mission Statement
The University of North Carolina School of the Arts is the State’s unique professional
school for the performing, visual, and moving image arts, training students at the high
school, undergraduate, and graduate levels for professional careers in the arts. As such,
UNCSA provides gifted developing artists with the experience, knowledge, and skills
needed to excel in their disciplines and in their lives; and serves and enriches the
cultural and economic prosperity of the people of North Carolina, the South and the
United States.

UNCSA Core Values

          Excellence                       Integrity                    Accountability

           Optimism                      Collaboration              Creativity (Innovation)

        Communication              Wellness (Whole Person)               Leadership

           Diversity                       Curiosity                 Respect (Empathy)




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 Office of the President
Thomas W. Ross, President
Suzanne Ortega, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
Bart Corgnati, Secretary of the University
Jeffrey R. Davies, Chief of Staff
Vacant, Vice President for Academic Planning and University-School Programs
Joni Worthington, Vice President for Communications
William Fleming, Vice President of Human Resources
Lyons Gray, Senior Advisor to the President
Leslie Boney, Vice President for International, Community and Economic Engagement
John Leydon, Vice President for Information Resources and Chief Information Officer
Laura Luger, Vice President and General Counsel
Kimrey Rhinehardt, Vice President for Federal Relations
Anita Watkins, Vice President for Government Relations
Charlie Perusse, Vice President for Finance
Steven Leath, Vice President for Research




UNC Board of Governors
W.Louis Bissette, Jr                          Dudley Flood(Secretary)             Ann B. Goodnight
Asheville, NC                                 Raleigh, NC                         Cary, NC

Paul Fulton                                   Peter Hans(Vice Chair)              Atul C. Bhula (Ex Officio)
Winston-Salem, NC                             Raleigh, NC                         Raleigh, NC

Fred N. Eshelman                              John C. Fennebresque                Thomas J. Harrelson
Wilmington, NC                                Charlotte, NC                       Southport, NC

Franklin E. McCain                            Mary Ann Maxwell                    Bill Daughtridge, Jr
Charlotte, NC                                 Goldsboro, NC                       Rocky Mount, NC

Brent D. Barringer                            W. Edwin McMahan                    Walter C. Davenport
Cary, NC                                      Charlotte, NC                       Raleigh, NC

Peaches Gunter Blank                          Hari H. Nath                        David M. Powers
Nashville, TN                                 Cary, NC                            Winston-Salem, NC

Richard F. “Dick” Taylor                      Fred G. Mills                       J. Bradley Wilson(Emeritus)
Lumberton, NC                                 Raleigh, NC                         Durham, NC

Laura W. Buffaloe                             Raiford Trask III                   James Holshouser(Emeritus)
Roanoke Rapids, NC                            Wilmington, NC                      Southern Pines, NC

Phillip D. Walker                             Burley B. Mitchell, Jr              David W. Young
Hickory, NC                                   Raleigh, NC                         Asheville, NC
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Phillip R. Dixon.               Irvin A. Roseman              James M. Deal, Jr
Greenville, NC                  Wilmington, NC                Boone, NC

John M. Blackburn               Hannah D. Gage(Chair)         G. Leroy Lail
Linville, NC                    Wilmington, NC                Hickory, NC

Charles H. Mercer               H. Frank Grainger
Raleigh, NC                     Cary, NC



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2011-2012
Lee A. Chaden                  Christine McArdle McGuire(Sect)                Foundation Liaison
Winston-Salem, NC              Asheville, NC                                  Bill Watson

Claire C. Christopher          Rob King
Winston-Salem, NC              Winston-Salem, N                               Bd of Visitors Liaison
                                                                              Amy Blumenthal
Donald E. Flow (Vice Chair)    Mariana Qubein
Winston-Salem, NC              High Point, NC
                                                                              Emeritus Members
Barbara Lyons Goodmon          Michael A. Almond                              Mary D. B. T. Semans
AJ Fletcher                    Piney Creek, NC                                Durham, NC

Charles C. Lucas, III(Chair)                                                  D. Samuel Neill
Charlotte, NC                                                                 Hendersonville, NC
Charlotte, NC
Linda Carlisle                 Ex Officio Member                              Thomas S. Kenan, II
Raleigh, NC
Raleigh, NC                    Nicholas Correa,, UNCSA, SGA                   Chapel Hill, NC

                                                                              Philip F. Nelson
                                                                              Chapel Hill, NC
Honorary Member
Lynn Baber
Chicago, IL
Honorary Member                Alumni Representative
Suri Bieler                    John R. Mangan
New York, NY                   Philadelphia, PA

Honorary Member                Honorary Member
Daniel DeVany                  Kirstie Tice Spadie
Arlington, VA                   Raleigh, NC




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UNCSA FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Chris J. Chapman                                     Bill A. Davis, II, Secretary                         Barry Eisenberg
Lewisville, NC                                       Winston-Salem, NC                                    Winston-Salem, NC

Steve P. Karr                                        LeeLaVallee                                          Susan Mann, Vice President
Winston-Salem, NC                                    Winston-Salem, NC                                    Winston-Salem, NC

Mark Oliver                                          Dawn Opel                                            Graydon Pleasants
Clemmons, NC                                         Winston-Salem, NC                                    Winston-Salem, NC

Taylor Shipley                                       Michael Ryden                                        Bill Watson, President
Winston-Salem, NC                                    Winston-Salem, NC                                    Winston-Salem, NC

Bill Wieners, Asst Treasurer                         Mike J. Waltrip, Treasurer                           H. Ralph Womble
Winston-Salem, NC                                    Winston-Salem, NC                                    Winston-Salem, NC


UNCSA Board of Visitors
Jackson D. Wilson, Jr.                           John D. Gates                                    Gilbert Lang Mathews
Winston-Salem, NC                                Winston-Salem, NC                                San Antonio, TX

Frank Driscoll                                   Susana Lannik Gorstein                           Suzanne Mathews
Winston-Salem, NC                                Chestnut Hill, MA                                San Antonio, TX

Amy Blumenthal (Chair)                           Delores K. Ray                                   Dr. Benjamin F. Ward
Charlotte, NC                                    Hilton Head Island, SC                           Durham, NC

William L. Bondurant                             Myles Conway Thompson                            Martha DeLaurentiis
Chapel Hill, NC                                  Winston-Salem, NC                                Universal City, CA

Nicholas B. Bragg                                Skip Dunn                                        Susan L. Henderson
Winston-Salem, NC                                Winston-Salem/Chicago                            Winston-Salem, NC

Patricia A. Brown                                Rosemary Harris Ehle                             Randy Jones
Winston-Salem, NC                                Winston-Salem, NC                                New York, NY

Joseph M. Bryan, Jr.                             Catherine Monteran Jones                         Julia Jones Daniels
Greensboro, NC                                   Winston-Salem, NC                                Raleigh, NC

Shelby Chaden                                    J Henry Froelich                                 Thomas S. Kenan, III
Winston-Salem, NC                                Charlotte, NC                                    Chapel Hill, NC

Richard Hunt                                     Lyons Gray                                       Mary D.B.T Semans
Chicago, IL                                      Winston-Salem, NC                                Durham, NC

Lou Anne Cumpler                                 Andrea M. Pyle                                   Sophia S. Cody
Raleigh, NC                                      Los Angeles, CA                                  Winston-Salem, NC

William Ivey Long                                Milton Rhodes                                    James P. Elder, Jr.
New York, NY                                     Winston-Salem, NC                                Washington, DC

Lynn Brenner Eisenberg                           Linda Reynolds Stern                             Ambassador Selwa Roosevelt
Winston-Salem, NC                                Washington, DC                                   Washington, DC
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Terri Allen Davis     Joseph D. Rowand    Eldridge C. Hanes
Winston-Salem, NC     Hillsborough, NC    Winston-Salem, NC

Aurelia Gray Eller    Adele Silver        Mrs. Gordon(Copey) Hanes
Winston-Salem, NC     Cleveland, OH       Winston-Salem, NC

Alexander C. Ewing    Shane T. Doty       Charlotte M. Hanes
Winston-Salem, NC     New York, NY        Winston-Salem, NC

Natalie Jensen-Noll   Christoph Noslitz   Margaret S. Jones
Winston-Salem, NC     Clemmons, NC        Winston-Salem, NC

Tamara Michael        Judith B. Watson
Winston-Salem, NC     Winston-Salem, NC

Laura Meyer Wellman
Charlotte, NC




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UNCSA Administration
Office of the Chancellor
John Mauceri                                                                Chancellor
         George Burnette                                     Chief Operations Officer
         Katherine Laidlaw                       Executive Producer to the Chancellor
         WSSU                                                                 Auditor
         Amanda Balwah                              Secretary to the Board of Trustees
         Julie Risher                                       University Legal Counsel
         vacant                                         Director of Human Resources
         James DeCristo        Director of Economic Development and External Affairs
         Joan Roggenkamp                              Executive Assistant to the COO
         Tyka Calloway                           Executive Assistant to the Chancellor


Arts & Academics
David P. Nelson                                      Provost, Chief Academic Officer
David English                                             Associate Academic Officer
        Kimberly Pauley                                   Academic Personnel Officer
         Tawanna Archia                        Executive Assistant to the CAO, AAO
        Jill Lane                          Dean for High School Academic Program
        Brenda Daniels                          Interim, Dean of the School of Dance
        Joseph Tilford                   Dean of the School of Design & Production
        Gerald Freedman                                  Dean of the School of Drama
        Jordan Kerner                              Dean of the School of Filmmaking
        Wade Weast                                       Dean of the School of Music
        Dean Wilcox                           Interim, Dean for University Programs
        Sheeler Lawson                                        Director of Admissions
        Vicki Weavil                                                  Library Director
        Erin Morin                                                           Registrar
        Jane Kamiab                                          Director of Financial Aid
        Geri Cochran              Director of Institutional Research, Assessment and
                                                                             Planning
Advancement and Development
Vacant                                                   Chief Advancement Officer
       Michelle Snow                                            Executive Assistant
                                                                Director of Alumni

Communications and Marketing
      Vacant                                                  Marketing Manager
     Marla Carpenter                                  Director of Public Relations
     Terri Renigar                          Communications & Marketing Associate

Finance and Administration
Carin Ioannou                                      Senior Director Business Affairs
         Krista Johnson                                         Executive Assistant
         Sue Miller                                                 Budget Director
         Brent LeFever                      Director Campus Performance Facilities
         Steve Davis                                       Director, Stevens Center
         Carol Cooper                                 Director of Auxiliary Services
         Tarinda Chappell                                    Director of Purchasing
         Debbie Hodge                                                     Controller
         Gary Penrod                              Director, Systems and Procedures

Student Life
Ward Caldwell                                                      Dean of Students
        Susan Mecum                                              Executive Assistant
        Joe Rick                                           Director of Resident Life
        Ann Potter                                Director of Student Health, Acting


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Facts Concerning Capital and Fiscal Operations
Building Characteristics Report

Residence Hall Occupancy

Library Resources

Undergraduate Tuition and Required Fees Combined

Student Financial Aid




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Building Characteristics Report


All facility information is available at
General Administration, University of North Carolina
http://www.northcarolina.edu/content.php/finance/fac_util/index.php



                             School of Music Complex, University of North Carolina School of the Arts
The University of North Carolina School of the Arts formally opened the new $14 million dollar School of Music Complex with a
concert in the Watson Chamber Music Hall on October 26, 2003. Complementing the 300 seat music hall in the performance wing, is
a glass-walled lobby with a large box office, a green room, and five dressing rooms. The complex’s academic wing houses the
administrative offices for the School of Music, eight teaching studios, an orchestra rehearsal room and an opera/choral rehearsal room.
All rehearsal and teaching studios are configured with angled walls and acoustical curtains for better sound dispersal. Ground was
broken for this 36,000 square foot facility in August of 2001, with funding from the higher education bonds passed by N.C. voters in
2000. The new complex with its breakthrough chamber music hall will give the UNCSA School of Music a distinct edge with its
competitors, such as The Juilliard School.




Source: NC Commission on Higher Education Facilities Building Characteristic Report




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                                    Residence Hall Occupancy, Fall 2011
                                                          College

         Type of Housing                   Men                      Women            Total

        Residence Hall                              254                      123             377
        (Dormitories)

        Married Student                               0                        0               0
        Housing

        Other College-                               70                       75             145
        owned Housing

        Fraternities and                              0                        0               0
        Sororities

        Commuters**                                 203                      168             371

        Type of Housing                               0                        0               0
        Unknown

        Total                                       527                      366             893
        Enrollment*

                                                              Number Housed at
                                                                  Present

        Name of Residence Hall                   Capacity   Men     Women    Total

        Residence A                                   48      26        21     47

        Residence B                                   48      18        29     47

        Residence C                                   48      33        13     46

        Residence D                                   48      38        13     51

        Residence E                                   48      33        14     47

        Residence F                                   48      30        18     48

        Bailey Street Apts.                           91      76        15     91

                                                     379     254       123    377




Source: NCHED A-2 Student Housing Report


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Undergraduate Tuition and Required Fees Combined
__________________________________________________________________________________________
Estimated Annual Student Costs              2010-11   2011-12
Tuition              In-state             $4,307.00      $4,716.00
                     Out -of-state       $16,665.00     $27,665.00



Required Fees                            $2,146.00      $2,192.00
                      (double
Room                                     $3,715.00      $3,900.00
                      occupancy)


Board                 (full meal plan)   $3,831.00      $4,022.00


Additional Fees by
                      Dance              $266.00         $266.00
Arts Discipline


                      Drama              $185.00         $175.00


                      Design &                           $360.00
                                         $360.00
$$                    Production


                      Film               $1,125.00      $1,125.00


                      Music              $362.00         $362.00




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     Library Resources in North Carolina Colleges and Universities, by Institution,
                                        2011
                           Volumes of Books,                 Number of    Audiovisual      Number of         Electronic
                            Serial Backfiles,    Number      Microform      Materials   Current Serial       Reference
                                                                                                               Sources
  Institution                & Other Paper      of E-Books     Units            Units   Subscriptions    & Aggregation
  Public Institutions
  University of North
  Carolina
  East Carolina                2,086,525         534,633     2,478,137       103,151           62,127              551

  NC A&T                        702,159          127,941     1,094,047         41,096         126,453                0

  NC State                     3,524,653         407,796     5,447,358       164,419           69,223            1,275

  UNC Charlotte                1,073,727          77,341     2,183,873       167,766           52,621              296

  UNC Greensboro               1,205,378         329,270      714,712          45,112          42,964              638

  UNC Pembroke                  376,901           59,858      692,615           8,774          33,163              165

  UNC School of the Arts        122,441             0         24,957           75,945             422               78

  Western Carolina              513,731           66,815     1,563,378         18,017          45,184              210

  UNC Total                    9,604,305        1,603,654    14,199,065      623,435          432,155            3,209




UNCSA total circulation transactions: 44,500, Reserved transactions: 9,654
Number of weekly public service hours: 83, Gate count in average week: 1,010



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Summary of 2010-11 Aid Awarded to Undergraduates

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
In 2010-11, 585 undergraduate students received over $9 million in aid through a variety of grants,
scholarships, tuition reductions and loans, as indicated in the chart below.

                        Aid Type                               Amount            Number of Students
Federal Grants (Pell, SEOG & ACG)                               $987,429               217
Federal Work Study                                                 $59,664                144
Federal Direct/Stafford Loan (Subsidized)                       $1,458,704                354
Federal Direct/Stafford Loan (Unsubsidized)                     $1,359,964                373
Federal Perkins Loan                                               $37,689                 20
Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS)           $1,695,629                123




State Grants, Scholarships, Tuition Reductions, etc.            $1,534,175                416
                                                                                     (unduplicated)

Institutional Scholarships                                      $1,201,215                386
(merit-based and need-based total)
Private Scholarships                                              $139,823                 58
Private (Alternative) Student Loans                               $604,240                 43
        TOTAL                                                   $9,078,532                585
                                                                                    (unduplicated)




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Facts to Support Planning
Tuition Costs

Degree Programs and Diplomas Offered

Degrees Conferred by Field of Study

Retention Rates of First-Time Freshmen

Graduation Rates of First-Time Freshmen




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                            The University of North Carolina
          Tuition Applicable to All Regular Full-Time Undergraduate Students
                                      2011-12
Institution                                 In-State                    Out-of-State


University of North Carolina
Appalachian                                 $3,152                        $15,200
East Carolina                               $3,348                        $15,927
Elizabeth City                              $2,347                        $12,091
Fayetteville                                $2,427                        $13,039
NC A&T                                      $2,791                        $12,425
NC Central                                  $2,952                        $13,525
NC State                                    $5,153                        $17,988
UNC Asheville                               $3,166                        $16,798
UNC-Chapel Hill                             $5,128                        $24,963
UNC Charlotte                               $3,242                        $15,007
UNC Greensboro                              $3,454                        $15,979
UNC Pembroke                                $2,813                        $12,020
UNC Wilmington                              $3,225                        $15,045
UNC School of the Arts                      $4,716                        $16,798
Western Carolina                            $2,998                        $12,595
Winston-Salem                               $2,670                        $11,783




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Degree Programs and Diplomas Offered

            Discipline Division       CIP Code Degree Code Specialty Area Code Status Degree Abbreviation          Degree Program Title
 500101 Visual and Performing Arts,   500101 004           000                 A      4D                  Four-year College Diploma in Fine Arts
 General
 500301 Dance, General                500301 023            000                 A      BFA                  Dance
 500501 Drama and Dramatics/Theatre   500501 023            000                 A      BFA                  Drama
 Arts, General
 500502 Technical Theatre/Theatre     500502 023            000                 A      BFA                  Design and Production
 Design and Technology
                                      500502 110            000                 A      MFA                  Design and Production
 500602 Cinematography and Film/Video 500602 023            000                 A      BFA                  Filmmaking
 Production
 500699 Film/Video and Photographic   500699 110            000                 A      MFA                  Film Music Composition
 Arts, Other
 500903 Music Performance, General    500903 025            000                 A      BM                   Music
                                      500903 117            000                 A      MM                   Music
                                      500903 503            569                 A      PM                   Professional Artist Certificate (Post-
                                                                                                            Master’s)
 500908 Voice and Opera               500908 503            568                 A      PM                   Fletcher Opera Professional Artist
                                                                                                            Certificate (Post-Master’s)




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Degrees Conferred by Field of Study

                                                                 Spr    Spr    Spr    Spr    Spr
                                                                  07     08     09     10     11
    500301 Dance, General                              023 BFA     14     10     14     10      14
    500501 Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General   023 BFA
                                                                  20     18     16     19      25
    500502 Technical Theatre/Theatre Design and        023 BFA    33     28     33     40      35
    Technology                                         110 MFA    17     19     13     21      23
    500602 Cinematography and Film/Video Production    023 BFA
                                                                  45     42     53     52      53
    500699 Film/Video and Photographic Arts, Other     110 MFA
                                                                   4      7      3      3       3
    500903 Music Performance, General                  025 BM     19     23     32     21      28
                                                       117 MM     16     14     14     20      19
                                                       201 C        .      .      .      .
                                                       503 PM      3      6      3      3       6
    500908 Voice and Opera                             201 C        .      .      .      .
                                                       503 PM      2      3       .     1




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               Retention, First Time-Full Time Freshmen at UNC School of the Arts




Year of         Number     After Yr After Yr After Yr After Yr After Yr After Yr After Yr After Yr After Yr After Yr
Entry           in Class      1        2        3        4        5        6        7        8        9        10

 1993              98      65.3    55.1     40.8     5.1      1.0      0.0      0.0      0.0      0.0      0.0
 1994              90      67.8    51.1     43.3     3.3      0.0      0.0      0.0      0.0      0.0      0.0
 1995              99      75.8    54.5     50.5     9.1      1.0      0.0      0.0      0.0      0.0      0.0
 1996             105      62.9    50.5     42.9     6.7      1.0      0.0      0.0      0.0      0.0      0.0
 1997             157      72.6    54.8     47.1     3.2      0.6      0.0      0.0      0.0      0.0      0.0
 1998             137      77.4    56.9     49.6     1.5      1.5      0.7      0.7      0.0      0.0      0.0
 1999             142      79.6    59.9     54.9     3.5      0.7      0.0      0.0      0.0      0.7      0.7
 2000             153      75.2    60.8     52.3     5.2      0.7      1.3      0.7      0.0      0.0      .
 2001             148      74.3    58.1     50.7     4.1      0.7      0.0      0.0      0.7      .        .
 2002             142      74.6    59.9     52.1     4.2      0.0      0.0      0.0      .        .        .
 2003             121      76.9    66.9     60.3     1.7      0.0      0.0      .        .        .        .
 2004             111      73.9    62.2     55.0     4.5      1.8      .        .        .        .        .
 2005             158      76.6    62.0     53.2     3.2      .        .        .        .        .        .
 2006             169      81.1    67.5     63.3     .        .        .        .        .        .        .
 2007             169      77.5    68.0     .        .        .        .        .        .        .        .
 2008             164      77.4    .        .        .        .        .        .        .        .




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      Graduation Rates of First Time-Full Time Freshmen at UNC School of the Arts

 Year of       Number     After Yr After Yr After Yr After Yr After Yr After Yr After Yr After Yr After Yr After Yr
 Entry         in Class      1        2        3        4        5        6        7        8        9        10

  1994            90      0.0      0.0      3.3      41.1     46.7     46.7     46.7    46.7     46.7     46.7
  1995            99      0.0      0.0      5.1      47.5     54.5     55.6     55.6    55.6     55.6     55.6
  1996           105      0.0      0.0      2.9      40.0     46.7     47.6     47.6    47.6     47.6     47.6
  1997           157      0.0      0.0      2.5      44.6     45.2     45.9     45.9    46.5     46.5     46.5
  1998           137      0.0      0.0      3.6      48.2     48.9     49.6     50.4    51.1     51.1     51.1
  1999           142      0.0      0.0      1.4      52.1     54.9     57.0     57.0    57.0     57.0     57.7
  2000           153      0.0      0.0      3.3      49.7     53.6     54.2     54.2    55.6     55.6     .
  2001           148      0.0      0.7      4.1      46.6     50.7     51.4     51.4    51.4     .        .
  2002           142      0.0      0.0      4.9      52.1     55.6     55.6     56.3    .        .        .
  2003           121      0.0      0.0      1.7      58.7     59.5     61.2     .       .        .        .
  2004           111      0.0      0.0      4.5      51.4     55.0     .        .       .        .        .
  2005           158      0.0      0.0      1.9      53.8     .        .        .       .        .        .
  2006           169      0.0      0.0      1.2      .        .        .        .       .        .        .
  2007           169      0.0      0.0      .        .        .        .        .       .        .        .
  2008           164      0.0      .        .        .        .        .        .       .        .




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Facts About Students
Admissions
        SAT Scores of Entering Freshmen
        High School Class Rank of Entering Freshmen

Applicants, Acceptances and Enrollees
        Freshmen
        Undergraduate Transfers
        Graduate

Geographic Origin of First Time Freshmen
        By North Carolina County
        By State

Enrollment
Racial Composition of All Students
Geographic Origin of All Students
        By North Carolina County
        By State
Fall Enrollment by Field of Study




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                    Fall 2010 Average SAT of First-Time Freshmen


                                                SAT Verbal   SAT    Total
                                                             Math
               Appalachian State                   563       573    1,136
               East Carolina University            509       530    1,039
               Elizabeth City State                414       427    841
               Fayetteville State Un               418       437    855
               NC A&T State University             438       457    895
               North Carolina Central              423       434    857
               NC State University                 575       611    1,186
               UNC Asheville                       593       575    1,168
               UNC - Chapel Hill                   644       660    1,304
               UNC Charlotte                       525       547    1,072
               UNC Greensboro                      513       517    1,030
               UNC Pembroke                        453       468    921
               UNC Wilmington                      580       590    1,170
               UNC School of the Arts              575       543    1,118
               Western Carolina University         517       528    1,045
               Winston-Salem State University      447       457    904
               UNC Total                           534       551    1,085




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Freshmen Applicants, Acceptances, and Enrollees, Fall 2001 - Fall 2011

        FALL           IN-STATE                     OUT-OF-STATE
                MEN     %     WOMEN    %      MEN     %     WOMEN   %     TOTAL

 2001
  Applicants     95               78          185            297          655
  Acceptances    54    57%        39   50%    92      50%    107    36%   292     45%
  Enrollees      41    76%        32   82%    51      55%    47     44%   171
                                                                                  58%
 2002
  Applicants    109               81          239            315          744
  Acceptances    56    51%        33   41%    132     55%    118    37%   339     46%
  Enrollees      49    88%        24   73%     76     58%    51     43%   200     59%

 2003
  Applicants     94               79          207            312          692
  Acceptances    42    45%        41   52%    95      46%    96     31%   274     40%
  Enrollees      36    86%        28   68%    56      59%    45     47%   165     60%
2004
 2004
  Enrollees
  Applicants     100              90          224            299          713
  Acceptances     53   53%        42   47%    105     47%     96    32%   296     42%
  Enrollees       44   83%        34   81%     38     36%     33    34%   149     50%
 2005
 Applicants     119               73          239            313          744
 Acceptances     53     44%       35   48%    102     43%    120    38%   310     42%
 Enrollees       39     73%       25   71%     62     61%     52    43%   178     57%
 2006
  Applicants      97              96          187            265          645
  Acceptances     45   46%        42   44%     90     48%    101    38%   278     43%
  Enrollees       37   82%        33   79%     55     61%     59    58%   184     66%
 2007
  Applicants     105              96          230            248          679
  Acceptances     59   56%        43   45%    111     48%    87     35%   300     44%
  Enrollees       50   84%        31   72%    59      53%    45     52%   185     62%
 2008
  Applicants      97              83          211            264          655
  Acceptances     42   43%        40   48%    108     51%    94     35%   284     43%
  Enrollees       34   80%        30   75%    61      56%    41     43%   166     58%
 2009
  Applicants      92           101            220            263          676
  Acceptances     52   56%      49     48%    115     52%    89     39%   305     45%
  Enrollees       37   71%      32     65%    64      56%    46     52%   179     59%
 2010
 Applicants      78               98          225            273          674
 Acceptances     43     55%       36   37%    119    53%      79    29%   277     41%
 Enrollees       32     74%       25   69%     65     55%     34    43%   156     56%
 2011
  Applicants    117            115            118            274          624
  Acceptances    67    57%      44     38%    91      77%    89     32%   291     47%
  Enrollees      55    82%      32     72%    54      59%    37     42%
                                                                    %%    178     61%
                                        %                            %
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Transfer Applicants, Acceptances, and Enrollees, Fall 2001 - Fall 2011

       FALL            IN-STATE                       OUT-OF-STATE
                MEN    %      WOMEN    %        MEN     %    WOMEN       %     TOTAL   %
2001
 Applicants      27               21             63             54             165
 Acceptances     11    41%         7   33%       29    46%      22       41%    69     42%
 Enrollees        7    63%         6   85%       19    66%      16       76%    48     70%
2002
 Applicants      38               28             67             40             173
 Acceptances     20    52%        10   36%       32    48%      23       57%     85    49%
 Enrollees       17    85%         6   60%       23    72%      18       78%    64     75%
2003
 Applicants      29               22             41             50             142
 Acceptances     15    52%        12   55%       20    49%      17       34%    64     45%
 Enrollees       10    66%        11   92%       14    70%       8       47%    43     67%
2004
 Applicants      40               13             58             55              166
 Acceptances     22    55%         8   61%       33    57%      24       44%    87     52%
 Enrollees       16    72%         7   87%       23    70%      12       50%    58     67%
2005
  Applicants     30               22             53             52              157
  Acceptances    19    63%        15   68%       26    49%      23       44%    83     52%
  Enrollees      19    100%       12   80%       19    73%      15       65%    43     52%
 2006
 Applicants      44               23             51             39              157
 Acceptances     24    55%        14   61%       17    33%      19       49%    74     47%
 Enrollees       22    92%         9   64%       10    59%      13       68%    54     73%

2007
 Applicants      38               25             43             53             159
 Acceptances     22    58%         9   36%       23    53%      18       34%    72     45%
 Enrollees       22    100%        6   66%       13    56%       16      88%    57     79%
2008                                                             16
 Applicants      23               20             44             38             125
 Acceptances     16    69%        11   55%       23    52%      12       32%    62     50%
 Enrollees       13    81%        11   100%      14    61%       10      83%    48     64%
2009                                                             16
 Applicants      34               29             43             51             157
 Acceptances     20    59%        10   34%       24    56%      19       37%    73     46%
 Enrollees       16    80%         8   80%       18    75%      10       53%    52     71%
2010                                                             16
 Applicants      29               27             45             41             142
 Acceptances     20    69%        16   59%       31    69%      15       37%    82     58%
 Enrollees       15    75%        16   100%      25    81%      10       67%    66     80%
2011
 Applicants      48               28             46             54              176
 Acceptances     26    54%        18   64%       25    54%      15       28%    84     48%
 Enrollees       21    81%        14   78%       18    72%      10       67%    63     75%




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 Graduate Applicants, Acceptances, and Enrollees, Fall 2001 - Fall 2011

       FALL                      IN-STATE                    OUT-OF-STATE
                       MEN       %      WOMEN   %      MEN     %     WOMEN    %     TOTAL    %
2001
 Applicants             3                4              8                9           24
 Acceptances            3       100%     4      100%    8     100%       9   100%    24     100%
 Enrollees              3       100%     4      100%    8     100%       9   100%    24     100%
2002
 Applicants             12               7             21               29           69
 Acceptances            8       89%      6      100%   17     73%       22   65%     53     76%
 Enrollees              7       100%     6      78%     9     36%       12   82%     34     73%
2003
 Applicants             9                9             15               26           59
  Acceptances           8       89%      9      100%   11     73%       17   65%     45     76%
  Enrollees             8       100%     7      78%     4     36%       14   82%     33     73%
 2004
 Applicants             14               11            28               38           91
  Acceptances           12      86%       8     73%    24     86%       24   63%     68     75%
  Enrollees              9      75%       7     87%    15     62%       12   50%     43     73%
 2005
 Applicants             12               14            32               36           94
  Acceptances           8       66%      9      64%    25     78%       21   58%     63     67%
  Enrollees             2       25%      7      77%    16     64%       14   66%
                                                                               %     39     62%
 2006
  Applicants            10               11            24               41           86
  Acceptances           10      100%      9     82%    22     92%       25   61%     66     77%
  Enrollees              8      80%       7     78%    17     77%       16   64%     48     72%
 2007
  Applicants            17               11            31               29           88
  Acceptances           13      76%      10     90%    23     74%       21   72%     67     76%
  Enrollees             10      76%      10     100%   12     52%       17   81%     49     73%
 2008
  Applicants            9                9             20               38           76
  Acceptances           7       77%      7      77%    17     85%       29   76%     60     80%
  Enrollees             6       86%      4      57%    10     58%       20   69%     40     67%
 2009
  Applicants            12               8             13               23           56
  Acceptances           11      92%      7      89%    13     100%      22   96%     53      95%
  Enrollees             11      100%     7      100%   13     100%      22   100     53     100%
 2010                                                                        %%
  Applicants            14               12            46               63           135
                                                                             %%
  Acceptances           10      71%       8     67%    42     91%       41   65%     101    75%
  Enrollees              6      60%       8     100%   25     60%       15   37%      54    50%
 2011
  Applicants
  Applicants            20
                        14
                         23              24
                                         1220          46
                                                       31
                                                       44              45
                                                                       63
                                                                       38            120
                                                                                     135
                                                                                    125
  Acceptances
  Acceptances           19
                        10
                         16     71%
                                95%
                                69%       811
                                         19     67%
                                                79%
                                                55%    42
                                                       30
                                                       23     91%
                                                              97%
                                                              52%      41
                                                                       28
                                                                       12    62%
                                                                             65%
                                                                             32%      96
                                                                                     101
                                                                                     62     80%
                                                                                            75%
                                                                                            50%
  Enrollees
  Enrollees              6
                        13
                         13     60%
                                68%
                                81%       811
                                         15     100%
                                                79%
                                                100%   25
                                                        9
                                                       14     60%
                                                              30%
                                                              61%      15
                                                                       10
                                                                        10   36%
                                                                             37%
                                                                             83%      54
                                                                                      47
                                                                                     48     49%
                                                                                            50%
                                                                                            64%
Source: Student Data Files, 2001-2011                                   16


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                                                  Enrollment by School

      25                             Dance

      20
                                     Drama
      15
                                     Design &
      10                             Production
                                     Filmmaking
       5

       0                             Music
                    2011


                                                  Enrollment by Level


     800
     700
     600
     500
     400                             Undergrad
     300                             Graduate
     200
     100
       0
                    2011




                                                        Diversity

        700                                             Res Alien
        600                                             Unknown
        500                                             Hispanic
        400                                             American Ind/Alaskan Native
        300                                             Asian
        200                                             Black/African Am
        100                                             Hawaiian /Pacific Islander

           0                                            White
                              2010                      Two or more Races





    College and Graduate Schools
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Geographic Origin of Freshmen - By North Carolina County, Fall 2011

COUNTY #              COUNTY #                    COUNTY #                COUNTY #                     COUNTY              #

Alamance         0    Chowan              0       Guilford            12 Mitchell                  0   Rutherford                   0
Alexander        0    Clay                0       Halifax              0 Montgomery                0   Sampson                      0
Alleghany        0    Cleveland           0       Harnett             0   Moore                    1   Scotland                     0
Anson            0    Columbus            0       Haywood             2   Nash                     0   Stanly                       1
Ashe             0    Craven              1       Henderson           0   New Hanover              4   Stokes                       1
Avery            0    Cumberland          3       Hertford            0   Northampton              0   Surry                        0
Beaufort         0    Currituck           1       Hoke                0   Onslow                   1   Swain                        0
Bertie           0    Dare                0       Hyde                0   Orange                   5   Transylvania                 0
Bladen           0    Davidson            2       Iredell             1   Pamlico                  0   Tyrell                       0
Brunswick        0    Davie               0       Jackson             0   Pasquotank               0   Union                        1
Buncombe         1    Duplin              0       Johnston            3   Pender                   1   Vance                        0
Burke            0    Durham              2       Jones               0   Perquimans               0   Wake                        11
Cabarrus         3    Edgcombe            0       Lee                 0   Person                   0   Warren                       0
Caldwell         0    Forsyth             15      Lenoir              0   Pitt                     0   Washington                   0
Camden           0    Franklin            0       Lincoln             0   Polk                     0   Watauga                      0
Carteret         0    Gaston              0       Macon               0   Randolph                 0   Wayne                        1
Caswell          0    Gates               0       Madison             0   Richmond                 0   Wilkes                       2
Catawba          0    Graham              0       Martin              0   Robeson                  0   Wilson                       0
Chatham          0    Granville           0       McDowell            0   Rockingham               2   Yadkin                       0
Cherokee         0    Greene              0       Mecklenburg         8   Rowan                    0   Yancey                       0


Geographic Origin of Freshmen - By State _____________________________________
STATE #               STATE           #           STATE           #       STATE            #           STATE               #
Alabama          0    Hawaii                  1   Michigan            0   North Dakota         0       Vermont                 1
Alaska           0    Idaho                   0   Minnesota           1   Ohio                 3       Virginia                4
Arizona          0    Illinois                2   Mississippi         0   Oklahoma             1       Washington              1
Arkansas         0    Indiana                 0   Missouri            1   Oregon               3       West Virginia           0
California       7    Iowa                    0   Montana             0   Pennsylvania         3       Wisconsin               0
Colorado         2    Kansas                  0   Nebraska            0   Rhode Island         0       Wyoming                 0
Connecticut      5    Kentucky            00      Nevada              3   South Carolina       8       Territories             0
 Delaware        0    Louisiana               0   New Hampshire       1   South Dakota         0       Foreign Countries       0
DC               2    Maine                   0   New Jersey          3   Tennessee            3       Unknown                 0
Florida          11   Maryland                3   New Mexico          0   Texas                6
Georgia          8    Massachusetts           0   New York            7   Utah                 0

Source: Student Data File 2011




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Racial Composition of College Enrollment, Fall Terms, 2000 - 2011

                      Black                         White                      Other                Total
                  N            %              N             %            N             %


        2000     59            8%             642           84%          67            9%            768
        2001     71          10%              576           84%          40            6%            687
        2002     78             9%            677           83%          62            8%            817
        2003     66            8%             650           82%          76            10%           792
        2004     82            8%             530           77%          72            7%            684
        2005     89            8%             551           76%          81            7%            721
        2006     60            8%             593           83%          62            9%            715
        2007     78            9%             702           81%          87            10%           867
        2008     75            8%             716           81%          879           10%           878




2009*   White         Black/African   Asian          American      Hispanics of   Two or More   Nonresident   Unknown
                      American                       Ind/Alaskan   any race       Races         aliens
                                                     Native


        678     78%   69      8%      11      1%     4      >1%    58     7%      13    1%      7      >1%    31

2010
        664     76%   86      10%     14      2%     3      >1%    51     6%      12    1%      8      >1%    33

2011
        671     75%   77      8%      14       2%     2     >1%    60      7%     16    2%      19     2%     36


*New ethnicity and race categories are to be reported to the U.S. Department of Education as
required for Title IV funding as published by the Federal Register.




Source: Student Data Files




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Geographic Origin of College Students - By North Carolina County, Fall 2011

COUNTY #               COUNTY          #        COUNTY #             COUNTY #              COUNTY #

Alamance           2   Chowan               0   Guilford        13   Mitchell          1   Rutherford           1
Alexander          0   Clay                 0   Halifax          0   Montgomery        0   Sampson              0
Alleghany          1   Cleveland            5   Harnett          1   Moore             3   Scotland             0
Anson              0   Columbus             1   Haywood          1   Nash              2   Stanly               2
Ashe               1   Craven               4   Henderson        3   New Hanover       4   Stokes               1
Avery              0   Cumberland           4   Hertford         0   Northampton       0   Surry                4
Beaufort           0   Currituck            0   Hoke             0   Onslow            3   Swain                1
Bertie             0   Dare                 0   Hyde             0   Orange           12   Transylvania         0
Bladen             0   Davidson             7   Iredell          4   Pamlico           0   Tyrell               0
Brunswick          0   Davie                1   Jackson          2   Pasquotank        1   Union                7
Buncombe           3   Duplin               0   Johnston         1   Pender            1   Vance                0
Burke              1   Durham               5   Jones            0   Perquimans        1   Wake                43
Cabarrus           5   Edgcombe             1   Lee              1   Person            5   Warren               0
Caldwell           2   Forsyth             92   Lenoir           0   Pitt              1   Washington           0
Camden             0   Franklin             2   Lincoln          2   Polk              1   Watauga              2
Carteret           0   Gaston               2   Macon            0   Randolph          3   Wayne                4
Caswell            0   Gates                0   Madison          1   Richmond          0   Wilkes               1
Catawba            4   Graham               0   Martin           0   Robeson           0   Wilson               1
Chatham            1   Granville            2   McDowell         1   Rockingham        4   Yadkin               1
Cherokee           1   Greene               0   Mecklenburg     24   Rowan             1   Yancey               1



College Enrollment - By State ___________________________________________________


STATE #                STATE #                  STATE #              STATE #               STATE #

Alabama            4   Hawaii               0   Michigan         7   North Carolina        Utah                     2
Alaska             1   Idaho                0   Minnesota        5   North Dakota      0   Vermont                  1
Arizona            0   Illinois             6   Mississippi      2   Ohio              7   Virginia             25
Arkansas           0   Indiana              1   Missouri         3   Oklahoma          1   Washington               6
California        17   Iowa                 2   Montana          0   Oregon            1   West Virginia            1
Colorado           4   Kansas               1   Nebraska         1   Pennsylvania     11   Wisconsin                1
Connecticut       12   Kentucky             5   Nevada           2   Rhode Island      1   Wyoming                  0
Delaware           1   Louisiana            1   New Hampshire    2   South Carolina   28   Foreign Countries        8
DC                 2   Maine                1   New Jersey      10   South Dakota      0
Florida           26   Maryland            14   New Mexico       2   Tennessee         7
Georgia           10   Massachusetts        6   New York        25   Texas             8

Source: SDF, 2011
Does not include FT Freshmen




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                             Fall Enrollment by Field of Study*

                      Design &                                                          Undergraduate
    Year        Dance Production       Drama      Filmmaking Music        Visual Arts   Academics Total
     1993       183       164           126            61     290             30           6         860
     1994       184       172           131           112     265             33           6         903
     1995       171       181           130           142     276             34           8         942
     1996       210       193           128           183     264             31           2        1011
     1997       204       194           118           208     272             30           8        1034
     1998       200       206           124           204     254             34           9        1031
     1999       199       209           126           217     260             36           4        1051
     2000       202       202           113           211     270             37           3        1038
     2001       219       215           121           213     270             35           3        1076
     2002       233       198           126           245     267             35           5        1109
     2003       202       196           128           238     271             37           2        1074
     2004       201       196           128           240     253             37           2        1057
     2005       224       213           133           251     279             34           3        1137
     2006       206       245           128           256     271             33           5        1144
     2007       194       242           127           258     282             39           2        1144
     2008       201       242           133           278     269             32           6        1161
     2009       197       248           130           273     274             40           6        1168
     2010       191       248           127           262     273             37           2        1141
     2011       191       240           128           288     281             38           1        1167




* Enrollment includes High School, College and Graduate Students, full and part-time.

Source: NCSA Registrar




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Facts About Faculty

   Full-time & Part-time Faculty
   Academic Rank and Gender




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Faculty

 Full-time instructional faculty: faculty employed on a full-time basis for instruction (including those with
 released time for research)
 Part-time instructional faculty: Adjuncts and other instructors being paid solely for part-time classroom
 instruction. Employees who are not considered full-time instructional faculty but who teach one or more non-
 clinical credit courses may be counted as part-time faculty.




                                                                               Full-       Part-
                                                                               Time        Time         Total
     Total number of instructional faculty                                      130         40          170
     Total number who are members of minority groups                             4          1            5
     Total number who are women                                                  47         21           68
     Total number who are men                                                    83         21          104
     Total number who are nonresident aliens (international)                     7          2            9
     Total number with doctorate, or other terminal degree
                                                                                46          15           61
     Total number whose highest degree is a master's but not a
     terminal master's                                                          38          11           49
     Total number whose highest degree is a bachelor's                          23          8            31
     Total number with no degree
                                                                                23          6            29




Degrees of Regular Faculty


School                Doctorate or                Masters+ Bachelors Associates No                              Total
                      Terminal Masters                                          Degree
     Dance                     2                     2        1                    7                             12
   Design &                   11                     1        6                    3                             21
   Production
     Drama                        2                    1              6                             2            11
  Filmmaking                      6                    2              9                            11            28
     Music                       13                   16                                            1            30
  Totals of Art                                                                                                 102
    Faculty




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                      Number of full time instructional faculty
                                                                  Average salary of full time instructional faculty
                      total (2010)

All ranks                                129                                                   62,803
Professor                                n/a                                                     n/a
Associate professor                      n/a                                                     n/a
Assistant professor                      n/a                                                     n/a
Instructor                               129                                                   62,803
Lecturer                                 n/a                                                     n/a
No academic rank                         n/a                                                     n/a




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