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					                                 Salisbury University Profile
                                         FALL 2005

Founding Date:          1925                            Location:          Wicomico County, Maryland
Founding Date:          1925                            Location:          Wicomico County, Maryland
8th President: Janet E. Dudley-Eshbach, Ph.D.
               (Appointed July 1, 2000)

Carnegie Classification: Master’s I

Accreditations:
     American Chemical Society Committee on Professional Training (ACS-CPT)
     The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB-International)
     Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP)
     Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
     Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)
     Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSACHE) – Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
     National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS)
     National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)
     National Environmental Health Science & Protection Accreditation Council (NEHSPAC)
     National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC)

Total Headcount Enrollment:
             7,009 Total
               1.0%     increase from Fall 2004 (6,942)
               9.2%     increase from Fall 2000 (6,421)
              16.6%     increase from Fall 1995 (6,010)

Headcount Demographics:
                                                Undergraduate          Graduate           Total
         Full-Time                                      5,798              184            5,982
         Part-Time                                        639              388            1,027
             Total Enrollment                           6,437              572            7,009
                    Female                                56%               75%            58%         % F/T = 85.3%
                    Male                                  44%               25%            42%
         Ethnicity
              African-American                          10.5%             10.6%          10.5%
              American Indian                            0.3%                0%           0.3%         % UG F/T = 90.1%
              Asian/Pacific Islander                     2.7%              1.1%           2.6%
              Hispanic                                   2.6%              1.1%           2.5%
              International                              0.6%              1.6%           0.6%
         Total Minority & International                 16.7%             14.4%          16.5%
           % In-State                                   85.8%             89.3%          86.1%         % UG = 91.8%
            % Out-of-State (including Int’l)            14.2%             10.7%          13.9%
               Countries Represented                        23                 8             29
               States Represented                           27                10             28

Student/Faculty Ratio:      16.2:1 (FTES/FTEF)
         Average credit hours per undergraduate student:       13.92 (All)         14.80 (F/T)       6.00 (P/T)
         Average credit hours per graduate student:             6.32 (All)         11.31 (F/T)       3.95 (P/T)
             Lecture courses w/ < 20 students: 28%              Lecture courses w/ 20-40 students: 63%
             Lecture courses w/ > 40 students: 9%              Average class size: 27
         1,772 course sections between 8 a.m. & 10 p.m. (including labs and independent sections)




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Undergraduate Degree Programs: 42 (offering the B.A., B.S., B.A.S.W., B.F.A.)
Accounting                  Elementary Education           History                                     Physical Education
Art                         English                        Information Systems                         Physics
Athletic Training           ESOL/TESOL                     Interdisciplinary Studies                   Political Science
Biology                     Environmental Health           International Studies                       Psychology
Business Administration     Environmental Issues           Management                                  Respiratory Therapy
Chemistry                   Exercise Science               Marketing                                   Social Work
Communication Arts          Finance                        Mathematics                                 Sociology
Computer Science            Fine Arts                      Medical Technology                          Spanish
Conflict Resolution         French                         Music                                       Theatre
Early Childhood Education   Geography                      Nursing
Economics                   Health Education               Philosophy

Graduate Programs: 11
        Applied Health Physiology (M.S.)               Nursing (M.S.)
        Business Administration (M.B.A.)               Public School Administration (M.Ed.)
        Education (M.Ed.)                              Reading Specialist (M.Ed.)
        English (M.A.)                                 Social Work (M.S.W.)
        History (M.A.)                                 Teaching (M.A.T.)
        Mathematics Education (M.S.)

Post-Baccalaureate/Masters Certificates: 5
Family Nurse Practitioner                                         Teaching and Learning with Technology
Health Care Management                                            Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
Mathematics for Middle School Teachers

Enrollment in Most Popular Undergraduate Majors:
        587 (9.1%)    Business Administration    408 (6.4%)            Biology
        502 (7.8%)    Elementary Education       296 (4.6%)            Psychology
        441 (6.9%)    Communication Arts         220 (3.4%)            Accounting
        428 (6.6%)    Nursing                    213 (3.3%)            History


Degrees Conferred AY 2004-05:           1,313 Bachelors,
                                          190 Masters

Resident Population on Campus:          1,690 (29% of full-time undergraduates)

National & International Honor Societies:         20

Age of Students:            Average Age of all students = 22.2
      Average Age of all undergraduates = 21.4                 Average Age of all graduate students =           31.6
      91.5% of all undergraduates are age 24 and younger            13.7% of the total student body is age 25 and older


Freshman to Sophomore Retention Rate: 83.0%

Six-year Completion Rate: 72.8% (MHEC rates for SU—includes transfer-out completers)
                          67.2% (Salisbury University students only)
Undergraduate Tuition & Fees AY 2005-06
        Annual In-State                                 $ 6,376
        Annual Out-of-State:                            $14,054




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                      Freshman Admissions, Fall 2005                                          Financial Aid Recipients for FY 2005
 5,296 applied            3,011 accepted           958 enrolled                              4,544 UG recipients     $38,889,011
                          57% acceptance rate      32% enrollment yield                      348 graduate recipients $ 2,279,663



Fall 2005 Comparison of SAT Scores by Percentile for SU, Maryland, and the USA
                  Salisbury University                     Maryland1                                                      USA1
             Verbal      Math        Comb        Verbal      Math        Comb                                Verbal       Math         Comb
Mean          561         575         1136         511        515         1026                                508          520         1028
   th
25            520         530         1050         430        430          860                                430          440           870
50th          560         570         1130         510        520         1030                                510          520         1030
75th          600         610         1210         590        600         1190                                580          600         1180
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                                                                                                                         Source: College Board
Mean SAT: 1136

Faculty Demographics:
                        Full-Time*                                                                            323
                             Tenured/Tenure Track                                                             265
                                  Average length of service (years)                                            12
                                  % with Terminal Degree                                                     93%
                                  % with Ph.D.                                                               89%
                             Library Faculty                                                                   10
                             Full-Time Non Tenure Track                                                        58
                                  % with Terminal Degree                                                     34%
                                  % with Ph.D.                                                               22%
                        Part-Time Non Tenure Track                                                            171
                        Total Faculty                                                                         504
                                  Female                                                                      261
                                   Male                                                                       243

                      * Terminal degrees representing 105 institutions of higher education in 39 states, the
                        District of Columbia, and 3 foreign countries.


     Grants and Sponsored Research Awards:                                                    Private Support
         FY 1999        $2,370,532                                   Fiscal        Donations      Disbursements                  Gross Assets
         FY 2000        $3,222,511                                   Year          & Revenue      And Expenses
         FY 2001        $5,065,542                                    1998          $5,779,046         $2,385,255               $26,498,293
         FY 2002        $5,358,870                                    1999          $6,858,211         $2,719,064               $32,534,437
         FY 2003        $4,474,367                                    2000          $6,221,199         $2,959,897               $36,399,079
         FY 2004        $4,730,622                                    2001          $1,993,754         $3,512,711               $32,845,071
         FY 2005        $3,533,527                                     2002          $ 152,099                 $3,464,098       $28,589,028
Source: Office of Grants & Sponsored Research                          2003          $4,116,404                $3,428,412       $29,044,428
                                                                       2004          $5,979,770                $3,419,673       $31,530,096
                                                                       2005          $4,196,983                $3,068,586       $32,456,240
                                                                  Source: SU Foundation, Inc.



Operating Budget: FY 2005 Actual                $ 94,427,468                Physical Plant: 145.47 acres
Projected Budget: FY 2006                       $104,103,272                     51 Buildings, including 10 Residence Halls
             Source: Office of Administration & Finance                          Total Gross Square Feet: 1,447,035
Blackwell Library: 263,295 bound volumes; 245,179 government documents; 750,272 microforms; 1,013 audiovisual items;
                              1,272 current periodical subscriptions, special collections of maps, art prints, etc.




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