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Fall 2000
Students                                                                                                                        Degree Fields
Headcount                                                                                                                               Bachelors ............................................ 118
  Undergraduate ............................... 26,404                                                                                  Masters ............................................... 110
  Graduate.......................................... 6,975                                                                              Doctoral ................................................ 87
  First Professional ................................ 692                                                                               Specialist................................................ 4
  Medicine ............................................. 417                                                                            First Professional .................................... 4
  Total............................................... 34,488                                                                           Total.................................................... 323

FTE ..................................................... 31,398
                                                                                                                                Facilities
Total Official SCH ............................ 410,175                                                                         Buildings
                                                                                                                                   Main Campus ..................................... 149
                                                                                                                                   Medicine .............................................. 23
Employees                                                                                                                       Acres ....................................................... 355
Headcount
  Men ................................................. 6,578
  Women ............................................ 6,830
  Total............................................... 13,408                                                                   Research
                                                                                                                                        Gifts and Grants (1999-00) ... $345,487,690
FTE ...................................................... 11,032
                                                                                                                                        Expenditures (1998-99) ........ $320,245,000
Total Payroll (1999-00) ............ $506,126,500




Colleges                                                                                                        Schools
 1      Agriculture & Life Sciences                   1                                                             Karl Eller Graduate School of Management
 2      Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architect. 2                                                             Family and Consumer Sciences
 3      Arizona International College                 3                                                             Information Resources & Library Science
 4      Business and Public Administration            4                                                             Health Professions
 5      Education                                     5                                                             Military Science, Naval Science, & Military Aerospace
 6      Engineering and Mines                         6                                                             Music and Dance
 7      Fine Arts                                     7                                                             Renewable Natural Resources
 8      Graduate College                              8                                                             Public Administration and Policy
 9      Humanities
10      Law
11      Medicine
12      Nursing
13      Pharmacy
14      Public Health                                                                                                   For 1998-99, the National Science Foundation
15      Science                                                                                                         (NSF) has ranked The University of Arizona 20th
16      Social and Behavioral Sciences                                                                                  among all universities, and 13th among public
                                                                                                                        universities, for research and development expendi-
                                                                                                                        tures.




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University of Arizona
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History and Profile
   In 1885 — nearly three decades before Arizona                                                                                The Arizona Board of Regents in 1956 authorized the
became a state — the thirteenth territorial legislature                                                                         establishment of the School of Nursing as a division of
approved $25,000 for building the University of                                                                                 the College of Liberal Arts, and in 1964 the school
Arizona in Tucson. The first classes convened in                                                                                became the College of Nursing. The Department of
1891, when 32 students and six teachers met in the                                                                              Architecture in the college of Fine Arts, authorized in
original building now known as Old Main.                                                                                        1958, became the College of Architecture in 1964.
   The University had developed in accordance with                                                                              The Arizona Board of Regents authorized the College
the Act of Congress of July 2, 1862, known as the                                                                               of Medicine in 1961. In 1974 the School of Renew-
Morrill Act. This legislation created the land-grant                                                                            able Natural Resources was approved as a new unit of
colleges and enabled the institution to obtain federal                                                                          the College of Agriculture. The School of Health-
funds for its original schools of agriculture and                                                                               Related Professions was authorized by the Board of
mines.                                                                                                                          Regents in 1977. In 1982 the College of Liberal Arts
                                                                                                                                and the College of Fine Arts were reorganized into
   In its early days, there were more students in the
                                                                                                                                the College of Arts and Sciences which included the
preparatory department than in the University proper,
                                                                                                                                Faculty of Fine Arts, the Faculty of Humanities, the
and the number of university graduates was never
                                                                                                                                Faculty of Science, and the Faculty of Social and
more than ten a year. Then came a decade of rapid
                                                                                                                                Behavioral Sciences. In 1984, the departments that
expansion. The territory became a state, high schools
                                                                                                                                constituted the former College of Earth Sciences were
multiplied, and the preparatory department was
                                                                                                                                reorganized to become part of the College of Arts and
closed. In 1915 the University was reorganized as
                                                                                                                                Sciences and College of Engineering. The School of
three colleges — the College of Letters, Arts, and
                                                                                                                                Home Economics was renamed the School of Family
Sciences (later Liberal Arts); the College of Mines and
                                                                                                                                and Consumer Resources. In 1985, the College of
Engineering; and the College of Agriculture. The
                                                                                                                                Mines combined with the College of Engineering to
Arizona Bureau of Mines was established the same
                                                                                                                                become the College of Engineering and Mines.
year.
                                                                                                                                    In 1993 the colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Phar-
   In 1922 the College of Education was organized,                                                                              macy, and the Department of Medical Technology in
and in 1925 offerings in law, originally established in                                                                         the School of Health-Related Professions were
1915, were organized under the College of Law. The                                                                              grouped as the Arizona Health Sciences Center.
School of Business and Public Administration,                                                                                   Arizona International College was founded in 1994,
established within the College of Letters, Arts, and                                                                            and moved to the UA campus in 1998. In 1995 the
Sciences in 1934, was reorganized as a separate                                                                                 four Arts & Sciences faculties gained college status.
college in 1944. In 1934 the Department of Home                                                                                 In 1996 the School of Health-Related Professions
Economics was enlarged to a school within the                                                                                   changed its name to School of Health Professions. In
College of Agriculture. In 1934 the College of Fine                                                                             1999 the Sierra Vista Campus was renamed to UA
Arts, including the School of Music, and the Graduate                                                                           South. Also in 1999, the Honors Program became the
College were established. In 1940 the Arizona Board                                                                             Honors College. In 2000 the College of Public Health
of Regents reorganized the College of Mines and                                                                                 became the 16th college.
Engineering into two separate colleges. In 1967 the                                                                                 The 40-acre campus of the 1890s has grown to 355
School of Earth Sciences was organized within the                                                                               acres and 172 buildings. Its purpose remains, in the
College of Mines, and became the College of Earth                                                                               language of the original law, “to provide the inhabitants
Sciences in 1971. In 1947 the School of Pharmacy                                                                                of this state with the means of acquiring a thorough
was organized within the College of Liberal Arts, and                                                                           knowledge of the various branches of literature,
was given separate status as the College of Pharmacy                                                                            science, and the arts,” and, insofar as possible, to
in 1949. The mid 50’s saw the beginning of ex-                                                                                  provide a technical education adapted to the develop-
tremely rapid growth for the UA, an average of over                                                                             ment of the resources peculiar to Arizona. The
1200 additional students a year for almost 20 years.                                                                            University is maintained by funds appropriated by the
                                                                                                                                State of Arizona and the United States government, and
                                                                                                                                by fees and collections including private grants from
                                                                                                                                many sources.



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University of Arizona, South Campus
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History and Profile
   For nearly half a century, the University of Arizona has                                                                     Huachuca to one of the Sierra Vista classrooms. Addi-
continuously offered credit courses, as well as degree                                                                          tional classrooms were rented from the Sierra Vista
programs, in the Sierra Vista/Fort Huachuca community.                                                                          Public Schools.
       ,
Today UA South is considered one of the three major                                                                                On March 9, 1995, the Arizona Board of Regents
components of the University of Arizona.                                                                                        voted unanimously to designate the Sierra Vista
   Course and program offerings date to a time before                                                                           Campus as an official branch campus of the University
the establishment of Cochise Community College in                                                                               of Arizona. This designation allowed the University of
Douglas in 1964. Lower-division, upper-division, and                                                                            Arizona South (UA South) to request separate funding
graduate courses were offered until the formation of                                                                            from the Arizona Legislature in 1996 to expand the
the Sierra Vista Campus of Cochise College in the late                                                                          degree programs and services available to students in
1970’s. Since that time, the University of Arizona                                                                              southern Arizona and northern Mexico.
efforts in Sierra Vista have focused on upper-division                                                                             Several important developments occurred in 1999.
and graduate courses. Classes were held in donated                                                                              In April, the Arizona Board of Regents approved a new
space in the Army Education Center until 1990, when                                                                             name, the University of Arizona South. This change
shifting community demands precipitated a move for                                                                              was in recognition of the expansion of responsibilities
most classes to space rented from the Sierra Vista Public                                                                       throughout southern Arizona, particularly the estab-
Schools. Classes offered in Sierra Vista did not receive                                                                        lishment of an office in the City of Douglas through a
state support and were run on a “pay-as-you-go” basis.                                                                          partnership with the Mayor and City Council. Also, the
   The Division of Continuing Education maintained                                                                              Arizona Legislature appropriated and the governor
responsibility for classes in Sierra Vista/Fort Huachuca                                                                        approved $4.25 million to construct the Academic/
through its Tucson offices until the early 1980’s. A                                                                            Technology Building to house classrooms, a Learning
local program coordinator was hired and staffed an                                                                              Resource Center, and offices. UA South will break
office at the Fort Huachuca Army Education Center in                                                                            ground in the Spring of 2001. The partnership with the
the mornings, and a store-front office in Sierra Vista in                                                                       Arizona Folklore Preserve will provide research oppor-
the afternoons. In 1987, Cochise College’s student                                                                              tunities for faculty and students, and additional class-
services area in Sierra Vista became the new afternoon                                                                          rooms when the new facility opens in February 2001.
home of the program coordinator. Classes were still                                                                                The “traditional” student at UA South has been, and
self-support and taught by part-time faculty approved by                                                                        continues to be, the “new traditional” student, at least
the home departments in Tucson, who commuted once a                                                                             24 years of age and returning to school with work and
week to teach evening classes.                                                                                                  family responsibilities. To meet the needs of these
   In fall 1984, Fort Huachuca was electronically con-                                                                          students, most UA South classes are offered in late-
nected to the Tucson Campus via a direct microwave                                                                              afternoon or evening sessions, one day per week.
transmission path to the Army Education Center. This live                                                                       Classes are held on UA South campus or next door at
connection made it possible to offer a masters degree and                                                                       Buena High School.
other specialized certification programs and classes. This                                                                         Careful articulation allows students to complete all
microwave link was built by the military and represents an                                                                      lower-division degree requirements through the “2 + 2”
initial federal commitment of over $250,000. In 1992,                                                                           program with Cochise College, or another in-state
responsibility for maintaining the equipment was trans-                                                                         community college, and upper-division requirements
ferred to the University.                                                                                                       through UA South.
   The Sierra Vista Program Center was made an official                                                                            With the ongoing support of the UA Tucson
Off-Campus Center by the Arizona Board of Regents                                                                               Campus, the surrounding communities, the Governor,
beginning fall 1988. This designation provided state                                                                            and the Legislature, UA South will continue to respond
funding to expand services, add a director and staff,                                                                           to the higher education needs of southern Arizona and
and most importantly, hire the first permanent faculty                                                                          northern Mexico by providing quality undergraduate
assigned to Sierra Vista.                                                                                                       and graduate programs in the 21st century.
   Offices and 2 classrooms were rented in Sierra Vista
for new staff and faculty at 2500 E Fry Boulevard. The
microwave receiving site was moved from Fort


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University of Arizona Presidents
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1890-1894                           Frank Arthur Gulley                                                                     Dean of the School of Agriculture and director of the
                                                                                                                            Agriculture Experiment Station
1894-1895                           Theodore B. Comstock                                                                    1st president
1895-1897                           Howard Billman                                                                          2nd president
1897-1901                           Millard Mayhew Parker                                                                   3rd president
1901-1903                           Frank Yale Adams                                                                        4th president
1903-1910                           Kendrick Charles Babcock                                                                5th president
1910-1911                           Andrew Ellicott Douglass                                                                Acting president
1911-1914                           Arthur Herbert Wilde                                                                    6th president
1914-1921                           Rufus Bernard von Kleinsmid                                                             7th president
1922                                Francis Cummins Lockwood                                                                Acting president*
1922-1927                           Cloyd Heck Marvin                                                                       8th president
1927-1928                           Byron Cummings                                                                          9th president
1928-1936                           Homer LeRoy Shantz                                                                      10th president
1936-1937                           Paul Steere Burgess                                                                     11th president
1937-1947                           Alfred Atkinson                                                                         12th president
1947-1951                           James Byron McCormick                                                                   13th president
1951-1971                           Richard Anderson Harvill                                                                14th president
1971-1982                           John Paul Schaefer                                                                      15th president
1982-1991                           Henry Koffler                                                                           16th president
1991-1997                           Manuel Trinidad Pacheco                                                                 17th president
1997-                               Peter Likins                                                                            18th president



*Lockwood and two other deans administered the University after von Kleinsmid left for USC;
Lockwood was named acting president in April 1922




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                                                                                                                                                            Source:                             esident’s
                                                                                                                                                                                              President’ Office

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UA “Official” Peer Institutions
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THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA

California, University of - Berkeley
Florida, University of
Illinois, University of - Urbana
Iowa, University of
Michigan State University
Michigan, University of - Ann Arbor
Minnesota, University of - Twin Cities
Missouri, University of - Columbia
North Carolina, University of - Chapel Hill
Ohio State University - Main
Texas A & M University - Main
Utah, University of
Virginia, University of
Washington, University of
Wisconsin, University of - Madison




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UA and ASU Peers, PAC 10
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Institution                                                             State                                  City                     UA Peer             ASU Peer             Research I                   Med school                  PAC 10


University of Arizona                                                   Arizona                            Tucson                                                                X                            X                           X
Arizona State University                                                Arizona                            Tempe                                                                 X                                                        X
University of California-Berkeley                                       California                         Berkeley                     X                                        X                                                        X
University of California-Los Angeles                                    California                         Los Angeles                                  X                        X                            X                           X
Stanford University                                                     California                         Palo Alto                                                             X                            X                           X
University of Southern California                                       California                         Los Angeles                                                           X                            X                           X
University of Colorado-Boulder                                          Colorado                           Boulder                                      X                        X
University of Connecticut                                               Connecticut                        Storrs                                       X                        X                            X
University of Florida                                                   Florida                            Gainesville                  X                                        X                            X
Florida State University                                                Florida                            Tallahassee                                  X                        X
University of Illinois-Urbana                                           Illinois                           Urbana                       X                                        X
University of Illinois-Chicago                                          Illinois                           Chicago                                      X                    X                            X
University of Iowa                                                      Iowa                               Iowa City                    X                                        X                            X
University of Kansas                                                    Kansas                             Lawrence                                     X                        X
University of Maryland-College Park                                     Maryland                           College Park                                 X                        X
Michigan State University                                               Michigan                           East Lansing                 X                                        X                            X
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor                                        Michigan                           Ann Arbor                    X                                        X                            X
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities                                     Minnesota                          Minneapolis                  X                                        X                            X
University of Missouri-Columbia                                         Missouri                           Columbia                     X                                        X                            X
University of Nebraska-Lincoln                                          Nebraska                           Lincoln                                      X                        X
Rutgers, State University of New Jersey                                 New Jersey                         New Brunswick                                X                        X
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill                                North Carolina                     Chapel Hill                  X                                        X                            X
Ohio State University                                                   Ohio                               Columbus                     X               X                        X                            X
University of Cincinnati                                                Ohio                               Cincinnati                                   X                        X                            X
University of Oklahoma                                                  Oklahoma                           Norman                                       X                                                     X
University of Oregon                                                    Oregon                             Eugene                                                                                             X                           X
Oregon State University                                                 Oregon                             Corvallis                                                             X                                                        X
Temple University                                                       Pennsylvania                       Philadelphia                                 X                        X                            X
University of Texas-Austin                                              Texas                              Austin                                       X                        X
Texas A & M                                                             Texas                              College Station X                                                     X                            X
University of Utah                                                      Utah                               Salt Lake City               X                                        X                            X
University of Virginia                                                  Virginia                           Charlottesville              X                                        X                            X
University of Washington                                                Washington                         Seattle                      X               X                        X                            X                           X
Washington State University                                             Washington                         Pullman                                                                                                                        X
University of Wisconsin-Madison                                         Wisconsin                          Madison                      X                                        X                            X




                                                                                                                                                                                             Source: Decision and Planning Suppor t
                                                                                                                                                                                             Source:                       Support

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Association of American Universities (AAU)
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Institutions

Public (n = 34)

* University of Arizona                                                                                                     * Michigan State University
* University of California - Berkeley                                                                                       * University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
* University of California - Davis                                                                                          * University of Missouri - Columbia
* University of California - Irvine                                                                                         * University of Nebraska - Lincoln
* University of California - Los Angeles                                                                                    * State University of New York - Buffalo
* University of California - San Diego                                                                                      * University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
* University of California - Santa Barbara                                                                                  * Ohio State University
* University of Colorado - Boulder                                                                                          * University of Oregon
* University of Florida                                                                                                     * Pennsylvania State University
* University of Illinois - Urbana                                                                                           * University of Pittsburgh
* Indiana University                                                                                                        * Purdue University
* University of Iowa                                                                                                        * Rutgers, State University of New Jersey
* Iowa State University                                                                                                     * University of Texas - Austin
* University of Kansas                                                                                                      * University of Toronto
* University of Maryland - College Park                                                                                     * University of Virginia
* McGill University                                                                                                         * University of Washington
* University of Michigan - Ann Arbor                                                                                        * University of Wisconsin - Madison


Private (n = 27)

* Brandeis University                                                                                                       * Massachusetts Institute of Technology
* Brown University                                                                                                            New York University
* California Institute of Technology                                                                                        * Northwestern University
* Carnegie-Mellon University                                                                                                * University of Pennsylvania
  Case Western Reserve University                                                                                           * Princeton University
* Catholic University of America                                                                                            * Rice University
* University of Chicago                                                                                                     * University of Rochester
* Columbia University                                                                                                       * University of Southern California
* Cornell University                                                                                                        * Stanford University
* Duke University                                                                                                             Syracuse University
* Emory University                                                                                                          * Tulane University
* Harvard University                                                                                                        * Vanderbilt University
  Johns Hopkins University                                                                                                  * Washington University - St. Louis
                                                                                                                              Yale University

* AAUDE Institutions

Source: Association of American Universities Data Exchange (AAUDE)

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Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
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Auburn University-Alabama                                                                                                       University of Nebraska
University of Alaska                                                                                                            University of Nevada
American Samoa Community College                                                                                                University of New Hampshire
University of Arizona                                                                                                           Rutgers, State University of New Jersey
University of Arkansas                                                                                                          New Mexico State University
University of California                                                                                                        Cornell University-New York
Colorado State University                                                                                                       North Carolina State University
University of Connecticut                                                                                                       North Dakota State University
University of Delaware                                                                                                          Ohio State University
University of the District of Columbia                                                                                          Oklahoma State University
University of Florida                                                                                                           Oregon State University
University of Georgia                                                                                                           Pennsylvania State University
University of Guam                                                                                                              College of Micronesia-Pohnpei
University of Hawaii                                                                                                            University of Puerto Rico
University of Idaho                                                                                                             University of Rhode Island
University of Illinois                                                                                                          Northern Mariana College-Saipan
Purdue University-Indiana                                                                                                       Clemson University-South Carolina
Iowa State University                                                                                                           South Dakota State University
Kansas State University                                                                                                         University of Tennessee
University of Kentucky                                                                                                          Texas A&M University
Louisiana State University and A & M College                                                                                    Utah State University
University of Maine                                                                                                             University of Vermont
University of Maryland University                                                                                               Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
University of Massachusetts                                                                                                     University of the Virgin Islands
Michigan State University                                                                                                       Washington State University
University of Minnesota                                                                                                         West Virginia University
Mississippi State University                                                                                                    University of Wisconsin
University of Missouri                                                                                                          University of Wyoming
Montana State University




                                                                                                                                                                                                 Source:            Agriculture
                                                                                                                                                                                        Original Source: College of Agriculture

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Research I Universities
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Public (n = 59)
*** University of Alabama-Birmingham                                                                              *         University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
*** Arizona State University                                                                                    ***         Wayne State University
   * University of Arizona                                                                                        *         University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
   * University of California-Berkeley                                                                            *         University of Missouri-Columbia
   * University of California-Davis                                                                              **         University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  ** University of California-Irvine                                                                             **         Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
   * University of California-Los Angeles                                                                        **         New Mexico State University-Main Campus
   * University of California-San Diego                                                                          **         University of New Mexico-Main Campus
  ** University of California-San Francisco                                                                     ***         State University of New York-Buffalo
*** University of California-Santa Barbara                                                                       **         State University of New York-Stony Brook
   * Colorado State University                                                                                    *         North Carolina State University
   * University of Colorado-Boulder                                                                               *         University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
  ** University of Connecticut                                                                                    *         Ohio State University-Main Campus
   * University of Florida                                                                                       **         University of Cincinnati-Main Campus
*** Florida State University                                                                                      *         Oregon State University
  ** Georgia Institute of Technology                                                                              *         Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus
   * University of Georgia                                                                                        *         University of Pittsburgh-Main Campus
   * University of Hawaii-Manoa                                                                                 ***         Temple University
  ** University of Illinois-Chicago                                                                              **         University of Tennessee-Knoxville
   * University of Illinois-Champaign/Urbana                                                                      *         Texas A&M University-Main Campus
  ** Indiana University-Bloomington                                                                               *         University of Texas - Austin
   * Purdue University-Main Campus                                                                                *         University of Utah
   * University of Iowa                                                                                         ***         Utah State University
*** Iowa State University                                                                                        **         University of Virginia-Main Campus
*** University of Kansas-Main Campus                                                                            ***         Virginia Commonwealth University
  ** University of Kentucky                                                                                      **         Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  ** Louisiana State University & A & M College                                                                   *         University of Washington
   * University of Maryland-College Park                                                                        ***         West Virginia University
  ** University of Massachusetts-Amherst                                                                          *         University of Wisconsin - Madison
   * Michigan State University

Private (n = 29)
  * Boston University                                                                                             *         University of Miami
 ** Brown University                                                                                             **         New York University
  * California Institute of Technology                                                                            *         Northwestern University
 ** Carnegie Mellon University                                                                                    *         University of Pennsylvania
  * Case Western Reserve University                                                                               *         Princeton University
  * University of Chicago                                                                                         *         University of Rochester
  * Columbia University                                                                                           *         Rockefeller University
  * Cornell University                                                                                            *         University of Southern California
  * Duke University                                                                                               *         Stanford University
*** Emory University                                                                                            ***         Tufts University
*** Georgetown University                                                                                        **         Vanderbilt University
  * Harvard University                                                                                            *         Washington University
 ** Howard University                                                                                             *         Yale University
  * Johns Hopkins University                                                                                      *         Yeshiva University
  * Massachusetts Institute of Technology
*On original 1976 list.                     **Added in 1987.                    ***Added in 1994
NOTES: “Research I Universities” is one of ten categories from the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education in the United States. As of 1994, there are 88 Research I
Universities (59 Public — 29 Private) that: offer baccalaureate through doctoral programs; award 50 or more doctoral degrees annually; receive $40 million or more in federal support.


Source: A Classification of Institutions of Higher Education — The Car negie Foundation
Source:                                                            Carnegie

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Student FTE
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By Level of Instruction

                     Lower                       Upper                                                                                          Medical                                     University
Fall                Division                    Division                    Graduate                     Subtotal                     % Change Students                                       Total                         % Change



1981                    13,928                      10,134                          4,024                        28,086                         0.52                       360                  28,446                               0.53
1982                    13,449                       9,973                          3,979                        27,401                        (2.44)                      356                  27,757                              (2.42)
1983                    13,491                       9,659                          3,966                        27,116                        (1.04)                      361                  27,477                              (1.01)
1984                    13,057                       9,605                          4,105                        26,767                        (1.29)                      353                  27,120                              (1.30)
1985                    13,531                       9,640                          4,196                        27,367                         2.24                       353                  27,720                               2.21
1986                    13,770                       9,974                          4,048                        27,792                         1.55                       354                  28,146                               1.54
1987                    14,547                      10,276                          4,208                        29,031                         4.46                       353                  29,384                               4.40
1988                    15,339                      10,458                          4,315                        30,112                         3.72                       360                  30,472                               3.70
1989                    16,526                      10,100                          5,216                        31,842                         5.75                       350                  32,192                               5.64
1990                    15,365                      10,858                          5,284                        31,507                        (1.05)                      365                  31,872                              (0.99)
1991                    14,429                      10,999                          5,712                        31,140                        (1.16)                      358                  31,498                              (1.17)
1992                    14,005                      10,884                          5,999                        30,888                        (0.81)                      356                  31,244                              (0.81)
1993                    14,447                      10,814                          6,120                        31,381                         1.60                       368                  31,749                               1.62
1994                    14,249                      10,963                          6,163                        31,375                        (0.02)                      384                  31,669                              (0.25)
1995                    13,877                      11,204                          5,989                        31,070                        (0.97)                      400                  31,470                              (0.63)
1996                    13,132                      10,690                          5,905                        29,727                        (4.23)                      405                  30,132                              (4.16)
1997                    13,372                      11,137                          5,894                        30,403                         2.27                       407                  30,810                               2.25
1998                    13,535                      11,306                          5,914                        30,755                         1.16                       403                  31,158                               1.13
1999                    13,690                      11,438                          5,883                        31,011                         0.83                       414                  31,425                               0.86
2000                    13,696                      11,396                          5,889                        30,981                        (0.10)                      417                  31,398                              (0.09)




FTE = (LD SCH/15) + (UD SCH/12) + (GR SCH/10)




Source: Decision & Planning Support
Source:                     Support

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Student FTE
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By Level of Instruction



                                                                                                                              Student FTE By Level of Instruction
                                     35,000



                                     30,000
                                                             5,284




                                                                                                                             6,120
                                                                                  5,712




                                                                                                                                                  6,163


                                                                                                                                                                        5,989




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            5,883


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 5,889
                                                                                                       5,999




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       5,914
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  5,894
                                                                                                                                                                                             5,905
                                     25,000
    Full Time Equivalent (FTE)




                                                             10,858


                                                                                  10,999




                                                                                                                             10,814


                                                                                                                                                  10,963


                                                                                                                                                                        11,204
                                                                                                       10,884




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 11,396
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            11,438
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       11,306
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  11,137
                                     20,000
                                                                                                                                                                                             10,690


                                     15,000



                                     10,000
                                                             15,365


                                                                                  14,429




                                                                                                                             14,447


                                                                                                                                                  14,249
                                                                                                       14,005




                                                                                                                                                                        13,877




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            13,690


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 13,696
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       13,535
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  13,372
                                                                                                                                                                                             13,132




                                         5,000



                                                 0
                                                             1990             1991                     1992                  1993             1994                      1995             1996                 1997                     1998             1999                     2000
                                                                                                                                                           Fall Semester
                                                                                                                        Lower Division                                                       Upper Division

                                                                                                                        Graduate                                                             Medical Students




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Headcount Enrollment
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                                                                                                     MAIN CAMPUS a

                     Lower                       Upper                                                                                                     First                                        Main
Fall                Division                    Division                    Unclassified                 Undergraduate                        Graduate Professional b                                  Campus                  % Change

1991                11,185                      14,563                           1,078                           26,826                           7,378                   658                          34,862                       (1.4)
1992                10,412                      14,733                           1,207                           26,352                           7,733                   688                          34,773                       (0.3)
1993                10,846                      14,619                           1,093                           26,558                           7,661                   692                          34,911                        0.4
1994                10,872                      14,575                           1,021                           26,468                           7,759                   695                          34,922                        0.0
1995                10,793                      14,361                             999                           26,153                           7,506                   718                          34,377                       (1.6)
1996                10,090                      14,235                             968                           25,293                           7,090                   716                          33,099                       (3.7)
1997                10,553                      14,208                             856                           25,617                           7,026                   687                          33,330                        0.7
1998                11,293                      13,841                           1,023                           26,157                           7,075                   692                          33,924                        1.8
1999                11,702                      13,654                             902                           26,258                           6,946                   708                          33,912                        (.04)
2000                11,873                      13,686                             845                           26,404                           6,975                   692                          34,071                        0.5




                                                                                         MEDICINE c                                                       UNIVERSITY

                                                                                                                                  University                                               %
                                                    Fall                                                                            Total                                                 Change

                                                    1991                                     358                                      35,220                                               (1.4)
                                                    1992                                     356                                      35,129                                               (0.3)
                                                    1993                                     368                                      35,279                                                0.4
                                                    1994                                     384                                      35,306                                                0.1
                                                    1995                                     400                                      34,777                                               (1.5)
                                                    1996                                     405                                      33,504                                               (3.7)
                                                    1997                                     407                                      33,737                                                0.7
                                                    1998                                     403                                      34,327                                                1.7
                                                    1999                                     414                                      34,326                                                (.001)
                                                    2000                                     417                                      34,488                                                   0.5




a
  In 1993 -94, Nursing and Pharmacy budgets were transferred to the Arizona Health Sciences Center (AHSC). For now, however, all
  Nursing and Pharmacy data will continue to be reported with the main campus.
b
  Includes Law and Pharm D students
c
  MD students only



Source: IPEDS Opening Fall Enrollments
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Headcount Enrollment
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                                                                                                        Fall Headcount Enrollment
                                                                                               Undergraduate and Graduate/First Professional*
                                 40,000


                                 35,000


                                 30,000
        Number of Students




                                 25,000
                                                                                                                        26,468
                                                                              26,352


                                                                                                   26,558
                                                         26,826




                                                                                                                                              26,153




                                                                                                                                                                                                          26,157


                                                                                                                                                                                                                               26,258


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    26,404
                                                                                                                                                                                     25,617
                                                                                                                                                                25,293


                                 20,000


                                 15,000


                                 10,000
                                                                              8,777


                                                                                                   8,721


                                                                                                                        8,838


                                                                                                                                              8,624
                                                         8,394




                                                                                                                                                                8,211


                                                                                                                                                                                     8,120


                                                                                                                                                                                                          8,170


                                                                                                                                                                                                                               8,068


                                  5,000                                                                                                                                                                                                             8,084


                                         0
                                                     1991                     1992             1993                     1994              1995                  1996                 1997             1998                     1999             2000
                                                                                                                                                       Fall
                                                                                                                                     Graduate               Undergraduate




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Headcount Enrollment
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By College, Fall 2000


    Undergraduate                                                                             Men                              Women                                       Total

    Agriculture & Life Sciences                                                             522                                    1,344                                   1,866
    Architecture                                                                            227                                      140                                     367
    Arizona International Campus                                                            115                                      179                                     294
    Business & Public Administration                                                      2,193                                    1,449                                   3,642
    Correspondence                                                                          203                                      224                                     427
    Education                                                                               189                                      692                                     881
    Engineering & Mines                                                                   1,957                                      455                                   2,412
    Fine Arts                                                                               834                                    1,166                                   2,000
    Health Professions                                                                       35                                       92                                     127
    Humanities                                                                              350                                      576                                     926
    Nursing                                                                                  21                                      214                                     235
    Science                                                                               1,534                                    1,400                                   2,934
    Social & Behavioral Sciences                                                          1,684                                    2,572                                   4,256
    University College                                                                    2,595                                    3,442                                   6,037

    Subtotal                                                                             12,459                                13,945                                  26,404




    First Professional / Graduate

    Graduate                                                                              3,428                                    3,547                                   6,975
    Law                                                                                     234                                      241                                     475
    Medicine                                                                                228                                      189                                     417
    Pharmacy                                                                                 75                                      142                                     217

    Subtotal                                                                              3,965                                    4,119                                   8,084

    Grand Total                                                                          16,424                                18,064                                  34,488


    Note: Pre-Business students moved from BPA to University College.




Source: Decision & Planning Support
Source:                     Support

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Headcount Enrollment
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Undergraduates by College, Fall 2000



                                                                    Undergraduate Enrollment Headcount by College
                                                                                      Fall 2000

                                  University College                                                                                                                                                                     6,037
                 Social & Behavioral Sciences                                                                                                                                                4,256
            Business & Public Administration                                                                                                                                 3,642
                                                       Science                                                                                               2,934
                              Engineering & Mines                                                                                               2,412
                                                       Fine Arts                                                                    2,000
                                                  Agriculture                                                                  1,866
                                                  Humanities                                          926
                                                   Education                                          881
                                      Correspondence                                      427
                                              Architecture                            367
                 Arizona International Campus                                        294                  Total Undergraduate Enrollment =26,404
                                                       Nursing                   235
                                  Health Professions                            127

                                                                        0            500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 4,000 4,500 5,000
                                                                                                                       Number of Students




                                                                                                                                                                                             Source: Decision & Planning Suppor t
                                                                                                                                                                                             Source:                     Support

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College of Medicine
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Entering Students



                                                                                         Total                                                                                               G.P.A.

Academic Year                       Applicants                   Considered                       Selected                      Matriculated                                Considered                   Selected

1991-92                               784                                287                           112                               88                                         3.31                     3.55
1992-93                               907                                352                           129                               92                                         3.35                     3.55
1993-94                               966                                417                           120                               96                                         3.39                     3.58
1994-95                             1,102                                461                           122                              100                                         3.31                     3.50
1995-96                             1,142                                527                           131                              100                                         3.40                     3.59
1996-97                             1,051                                528                           118                              100                                         3.38                     3.57
1997-98                             1,135                                501                           118                              100                                         3.44                     3.64
1998-99                             1,149                                494                           121                              100                                         3.44                     3.64
1999-00                             1,076                                494                           117                              100                                         3.47                     3.59
2000-01                             1,017                                481                           126                              100                                         3.47                     3.66



                                                                             Demography of Matriculated Students (%)



Academic Year                           Arizona              WICHE                                Urban                Rural                            Men                 Women                            Minority

1991-92                                 100.0                    0.0                              94.3                  5.7                             38.6                    61.4                              12.5
1992-93                                  97.8                    2.2                              89.1                 10.9                             45.7                    54.3                              14.1
1993-94                                 100.0                    0.0                              88.5                 11.5                             45.8                    54.2                              12.5
1994-95                                 100.0                    0.0                              94.0                  6.0                             46.0                    54.0                              23.0
1995-96                                  98.0                    2.0                              86.0                 12.0                             51.0                    49.0                              25.0
1996-97                                 100.0                    0.0                              89.0                 11.0                             49.0                    51.0                              24.0
1997-98                                  99.0                    1.0                              91.0                  8.0                             58.0                    42.0                               6.0
1998-99                                 100.0                    0.0                              88.0                 12.0                             51.0                    49.0                              22.0
1999-00                                 100.0                    0.0                              92.0                  8.0                             55.0                    45.0                              19.0
2000-01                                 100.0                    0.0                              90.0                 10.0                             54.0                    46.0                              13.0


Note: The College of Medicine does not accept nonresident students. A few students from WICHE states attend under special arrangement.




Source: Annual Repor t, Admissions Committee, College of Medicine
Source:        Report,

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Honors Students
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2000-01 Honors Freshman Class

Number of Honors Freshmen:                                                                                                             838
Percentage of Total Freshman Class:                                                                                                   13%
Mean SAT Score:                                                                                                                       1258
Mean ACT Score:                                                                                                                       27.2
Mean High School GPA:                                                                                                                 3.88
Number of National Merit Scholars:                                                                                                      50

2000-01 Honors Student Body

Number of Honors Students:                                                                                                            3833
Percentage of Total Student Body:                                                                                                     14%
Percentage of Female Honors Students:                                                                                                 61%
Percentage of Minority Honors Students:                                                                                               22%
Percentage of Arizona Resident Honors Students:                                                                                       79%
Number of National Merit Scholars:                                                                                                    215

Number of Honors Students in Each College

Science                                                                                                                               762
Business and Public Administration                                                                                                    539
Social and Behavioral Sciences                                                                                                        538
Engineering                                                                                                                           473
University College                                                                                                                    410
Fine Arts                                                                                                                             293
Agriculture                                                                                                                           218
Humanities                                                                                                                            206
Health Professions                                                                                                                    114
Education                                                                                                                             109
Architecture                                                                                                                           76
Nursing                                                                                                                                43
Pharmacy                                                                                                                               29
Arizona International College                                                                                                          18

Honors Courses (by semester)

Fall 1999                                                                                                   Spring 2000
Courses     248                                                                                             Courses     253
Sections    390                                                                                             Sections    254
Enrollment 2556                                                                                             Enrollment 2045

                                                                                                                                                                                                      Source: The Honors College

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Honors Students
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                                                                                 Honors Students Fall Semesters
            4500
            4000
            3500
            3000
            2500
            2000
            1500
            1000
                500
                     0
                             1991                1992                1993                1994                1995             1996                1997                1998                1999                2000

                                                                                                                 Fall



Recent Graduates With Honors (by year)                                                                                                    Number of Honors Students (by year)

1995-96 ............................................. 136                                                                                 1991-92 .............................................1868
1996-97 ............................................. 166                                                                                 1992-93 .............................................2090
1997-98 ............................................. 174                                                                                 1993-94 .............................................2009
1998-99 ............................................. 178                                                                                 1994-95 .............................................2467
1999-00 ...............................................162                                                                                1995-96 .............................................2798
                                                                                                                                          1996-97 .............................................2983
                                                                                                                                          1997-98 .............................................3702
                                                                                                                                          1998-99 .............................................3920
                                                                                                                                          1999-00 .............................................4051
                                                                                                                                          2000-01 ............................................ 3833




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International Students
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10-Year Trend, Fall Enrollment




                     Under-                                                                                                                                                                                     Countries
Fall                graduates Graduates                                                   Men                         Women                            Total                           CESL*                   Represented

1991                      677                           1,368                            1,482                            563                          2,045                               213                         112
1992                      763                           1,398                            1,535                            626                          2,161                               213                         108
1993                      881                           1,434                            1,632                            683                          2,315                               184                         116
1994                      889                           1,376                            1,575                            690                          2,485                               220                         117
1995                      835                           1,315                            1,493                            657                          2,150                               162                         124
1996                      859                           1,228                            1,418                            669                          2,087                               165                         124
1997                      960                           1,214                            1,443                            731                          2,174                               120                         121
1998                    1,010                           1,259                            1,540                            729                          2,269                               300                         124
1999                    1,115                           1,319                            1,594                            840                          2,434                               190                         126
2000                    1,155                           1,480                            1,733                            902                          2,635                               150                         130

Note: The total for international students corresponds with the nonresident alien category in Headcount of Students by Ethnicity and Gender.
*Center for English as a Second Language students are not enrolled for academic credit.




                                                                                                              Source: Center for Global Student Programs, IPEDS, Decision & Planning Support

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UA South Campus Enrollment
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Fall 2000 Headcount



                                                                1-6 Hours                                   7-11 Hours                                                     12+ Hours
                                                                                                           Non-                                                         Non-                                                  Grand
                                                                Unclassified                             resident Resident                                            resident Resident                                        Total

UNDERGRADUATES
Freshmen                                                                     0                                   0                     0                                      0                    0                                0
Sophomore                                                                    7                                   0                     0                                      0                    8                               15
Junior                                                                      11                                   0                    18                                      2                   30                               61
Senior                                                                      36                                   0                    30                                      3                   98                              167
Unclassified                                                                 6                                   0                     3                                      0                    2                               11


                            Subtotal                                        60                                   0                    51                                      5               138                                 254


FIRST PROFESSIONAL/
GRADUATES
First Professional                                                           1                                   0                     3                                      0                       7                           11
Graduate                                                                    58                                   1                    17                                      0                       3                           79


                            Subtotal                                        59                                   1                    20                                      0                   10                              90

TOTAL                                                                   119                                      1                    71                                      5               148                                 344




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Summer Session Enrollment
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Fiscal                  Pre & First                     Second                                                            Percent                                                       Net                         Percent
Year                     Session                        Session                              Total                        Change                   Duplicates                          Total a                      Change

1976                        9,346                            6,495                       15,841                           (9.28)                       5.383                            10,458                          (9.05)
1977                        9,289                            6,781                       16,070                           1.45                         5,185                            10,885                          4.08
1978                        8,701                            6,071                       14,772                           (8.08)                       4,928                            9,844                           (9.56)
1979                        8,932                            6,024                       14,956                           1.25                         4,878                            10,078                          2.38
1980                        9,538                            7,194                       16,732                           11.87                        5,409                            11,323                          12.35
1981                        9,856                            7,376                       17,232                           2.99                         5,509                            11,723                          3.53
1982                        9,197                            6,730                       15,927                           (7.57)                       4,736                            11,191                          (4.54)
1983                        8,923                            6,718                       15,641                           (1.80)                       6,020                            9,621                           (14.03)
1984                        8,468                            6,185                       14,653                           (6.32)                       3,926                            10,727                          11.50
1985                        8,156                            6,154                       14,310                           (2.34)                       4,005                            10,305                          (3.93)
1986                        8,174                            5,956                       14,130                           (1.26)                       4,177                            9,953                           (3.42)
1987                        7,802                            6,384                       14,186                           0.40                         4,227                            9,959                           0.06
1988                        8,847                            6,252                       15,099                           6.44                         N/A                              N/A                             6.44 b
1989                        9,554                            7,083                       16,637                           10.19                        5,642                            10,995                          10.19 b
1990                        9,773                            6,964                       16,737                           0.60                         5,402                            11,335                          3.09
1991                        10,831                           6,220                       17,051                           1.88                         6,264                            10,787                          (4.83)
1992                        10,886                           6,141                       17,027                           (0.14)                       4,044                            12,983                          20.36
1993                        10,858                           6,891                       17,749                           4.24                         5,418                            12,331                          (5.02)
1994                        9,438                            7,022                       16,460                           (7.26)                       3,872                            12,588                          2.08
1995                        9,844                            7,224                       17,068                           3.69                         4,770                            12,298                          (2.30)
1996                        10,187                           6,636                       16,823                           (1.44)                       4,976                            11,847                          (3.67)
1997                        9,540                            6,139                       15,679                           (6.80)                       4,509                            11,170                          (5.72)
1998                        10,046                           6,541                       16,587                           5.79                         4,874                            11,713                          4.86
1999                        10,064                           6,459                       16,523                           (0.39)                       4,705                            11,818                          0.90
2000                        10,088                           6,492                       16,580                           0.35                         4,693                            11,887                          0.59




Note: Summer Session enrollment excludes Medicine and International Programs.
a
  Total less duplicates
b
  Based on total, rather than net




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Undergraduate Applications, Admissions and Matriculations
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Fall                                    Resident                          Nonresident                              Total                            Freshmen                            Transfers

1991
Applications                                 8,367                            10,183                               18,550                               13,003                                  5,547
Admissions                                   7,317                             7,604                               14,921                               10,999                                  3,922
Matriculations                               4,297                             2,097                                6,394                                4,217                                  2,177
1992
Applications                                 9,467                            10,042                               18,509                               13,327                                  5,182
Admissions                                   7,296                             7,987                               15,283                               11,426                                  3,857
Matriculations                               4,020                             2,181                                6,201                                4,026                                  2,175
1993
Applications                                 8,668                            11,192                               19,860                               14,079                                  5,781
Admissions                                   7,569                             9,003                               16,572                               12,238                                  4,334
Matriculations                               4,381                             2,639                                7,020                                4,529                                  2,491
1994
Applications                                 8,944                            12,374                               21,318                               15,433                                  5,885
Admissions                                   7,702                             9,574                               17,276                               13,103                                  4,173
Matriculations                               4,242                             2,598                                6,840                                4,481                                  2,359
1995
Applications                                 9,273                            12,802                               22,075                               16,307                                  5,768
Admissions                                   8,041                             9,510                               17,551                               13,635                                  3,916
Matriculations                               4,462                             2,316                                6,778                                4,557                                  2,221
1996
Applications                                 9,411                                9,895                            19,306                               14,394                                  4,912
Admissions                                   7,456                                8,100                            15,556                               12,085                                  3,471
Matriculations                               4,262                                2,027                             6,289                                4,168                                  2,121
1997
Applications                            10,063                                10,783                               20,846                               15,275                                  5,571
Admissions                               8,831                                 8,160                               16,991                               13,031                                  3,960
Matriculations                           4,536                                 2,363                                6,899                                4,578                                  2,321
1998
Applications                            10,233                                11,772                               22,005                               17,586                                  4,419
Admissions                               8,924                                 8,851                               17,775                               14,566                                  3,209
Matriculations                           4,653                                 2,619                                7,272                                5,262                                  2,010
1999
Applications                            10,598                                11,287                               21,885                               17,700                                  4,185
Admissions                               9,080                                 8,922                               18,002                               14,868                                  3,134
Matriculations                           4,624                                 2,614                                7,238                                5,098                                  2,140
2000
Applications                             10,851                                   11,782                           22,633                               18,729                                  3,904
Admissions                                9,414                                    9,247                           18,661                               15,816                                  2,845
Matriculations                            4,845                                    2,606                            7,451                                5,526                                  1,925




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Undergraduate Applications, Admissions and Matriculations
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Fall 2000 and Five-Year Trend

                                                                                                         Fall 2000 Undergraduate

                                            12000

                                            10000

                                             8000

                                             6000

                                             4000

                                             2000

                                                    0
                                                                     Applications                                 Admissions                               Matriculations
                                                                                                                 Resident              Non- resident


                                            20000
                                            18000
                                            16000
                                            14000
                                            12000
                                            10000
                                             8000
                                             6000
                                             4000
                                             2000
                                                0
                                                                     Applications                                Admissions                            Matriculations
                                                                                                             Freshmen                  Transfers

                                                                                                 Total Five-Year Trend Fall Semester
                                                        25,000

                                                        20,000

                                                        15,000

                                                        10,000

                                                            5,000

                                                                 -
                                                                         1996                      1997                             1998                           1999             2000
                                                                                                 Admissions                        Applications                      Matriculations

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Profile of New Freshmen
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High School GPA
                                                                                             Entering Freshmen Mean High School GPA
                                                                                                            1995 - 2000
                                          3.45
                                           3.4
                                          3.35
                Grade Point Average




                                           3.3
                                          3.25
                                           3.2
                                          3.15
                                           3.1
                                          3.05
                                               3
                                          2.95
                                                               1995                          1996                        1997                              1998                          1999                         2000
                                                                                                                                     Out-of-State                   In-State

                                                                    Fall 1995                                                                 Fall 1996                                                                           Fall 1997
                                                   Mean                 Percentile                                           Mean                 Percentile                                                     Mean                  Percentile
                                                                    25% 50% 75%                                                               25% 50%        75%                                                                  25%     50% 75%
In-State                                           3.34             3.02 3.38 3.71                                           3.36             3.05 3.41      3.73                                                3.38             3.09    3.45 3.73
Out-of-State                                       3.14             2.85 3.15 3.44                                           3.16             2.89 3.15      3.48                                                3.16             2.85    3.14 3.47


Minority                                           3.22             2.88         3.22            3.60                        3.26             2.95          3.26             3.61                                3.29             2.95            3.33            3.66
Non-Minority                                       3.29             2.99         3.31            3.65                        3.31             3.00          3.33             3.68                                3.31             2.98            3.35            3.67


ALL FRESHMEN 3.27                                                   2.96         3.28            3.63                        3.29             2.98          3.31             3.66                                3.31             2.97            3.36            3.67



                                                                    Fall 1998                                                                 Fall 1999                                                                           Fall 2000
                                                   Mean                      Percentile                                      Mean                      Percentile                                                Mean                     Percentile
                                                                    25%         50% 75%                                                       25%         50%     75%                                                             25%        50% 75%
In-State                                           3.39             3.11        3.44 3.75                                    3.40             3.10        3.45    3.78                                           3.43             3.15       3.48 3.79
Out-of-State                                       3.20             2.90        3.19 3.51                                    3.22             2.92        3.22    3.55                                           3.21             2.92       3.19 3.52


Minority                                           3.29             2.98         3.32            3.64                        3.31             3.00          3.33             3.67                                3.35             3.05            3.39            3.70
Non-Minority                                       3.33             3.02         3.35            3.69                        3.34             3.03          3.37             3.72                                3.35             3.04            3.38            3.73


ALL FRESHMEN 3.32                                                   3.00         3.34            3.68                        3.33             3.03          3.36             3.70                                3.35             3.05            3.38            3.72


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Profile of New Freshmen
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High School Rank Percentile
                                                                            Entering Freshmen Mean High School Rank Percentile
                                                                                                1995-2000
                              80
                              78
                              76
        Rank Percentile




                              74
                              72
                              70
                              68
                              66
                              64
                              62
                              60
                                              1995                              1996                         1997                              1998                         1999                             2000
                                                                                                         Out-of-State                                      In-State


                                                                       Fall 1995                                                          Fall 1996                                                              Fall 1997
                                                  Mean                   Percentile                                      Mean           Percentile                                              Mean               Percentile
                                                                       25% 50% 75%                                                    25% 50% 75%                                                                25% 50% 75%

In-State                                          79                   68           83       94                          78           66           83           94                              79               69          85              94
Out-of-State                                      68                   54           70       85                          68           54           70           85                              68               52          71              85

Minority                                          76               64               80       92                      76               64           80           92                              77               66          82              93
Non-Minority                                      75               62               80       92                      75               61           80           93                              75               61          81              93

ALL FRESHMEN                                      75                   63           80       92                          75           62           80           93                              75               63          81              93



                                                                       Fall 1998                                                      Fall 1999                                                                  Fall 2000
                                                  Mean                   Percentile                                  Mean               Percentile                                              Mean               Percentile
                                                                       25% 50% 75%                                                    25% 50% 75%                                                                25% 50% 75%

In-State                                          79                   70           84       94                          79           69           84           94                              78               69          85              95
Out-of-State                                      67                   53           70       86                          67           52           70           86                              67               53          69              85

Minority                                          77               66               82       93                      76               64           81           92                              77               65          83              93
Non-Minority                                      75               62               79       92                      75               61           80           93                              76               63          80              93

ALL FRESHMEN                                      75                   63           80       92                          75           62           80           93                              76               64          81              93

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Profile of New Freshmen
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ACT Composite Scores*
                                                                                     Entering Freshmen Mean ACT Composite Scores*
                                                                                                       1995-2000
                                          23.8

                                          23.6
            ACT Composite Score




                                          23.4

                                          23.2

                                              23

                                          22.8

                                          22.6
                                                                1995                         1996                             1997                          1998                           1999                         2000
                                                  *Composite scores for all years are converted to the new                    Out-of-State                  In-State
                                                  Enhanced ACT scores.

                                                                                             Fall 1995                                                               Fall 1996                                                  Fall 1997
                                                                        Mean                    Percentile                                     Mean                    Percentile                                   Mean                        Percentile
                                                                                             25% 50% 75%                                                             25% 50% 75%                                                             25% 50% 75%

In-State                                                                22.9                 20              23           26                   23.3                  20           23           27                   23.2                     20           23           26
Out-of-State                                                            23.2                 21              23           26                   23.6                  21           24           26                   23.4                     21           23           26

Minority                                                            20.9                     18          21               23                   21.5                  19           21           24                   21.6                     19           22           24
Non-Minority                                                        23.8                     21          24               27                   24.2                  21           24           27                   23.9                     21           24           27

ALL FRESHMEN                                                            23.0                 20              23           26                    23.4                 20           23           26                   23.3                     20           23           26



                                                                                             Fall 1998                                                               Fall 1999                                                  Fall 2000
                                                                        Mean                         Percentile                                 Mean                   Percentile                                   Mean                       Percentile
                                                                                             25%       50% 75%                                                       25% 50% 75%                                                             25% 50% 75%

In-State                                                                23.3                 20              23           26                   23.3                  20           23           27                   23.2                     20           23           26
Out-of-State                                                            23.6                 21              24           26                   23.5                  21           24           26                   23.5                     21           23           26


Minority                                                            21.7                     19          21               25                   21.8                  19           22           25                   21.5                     18           21           25
Non-Minority                                                        24.0                     21          24               27                   24.0                  21           24           27                   23.9                     21           24           27


ALL FRESHMEN                                                            23.4                 20              23           26                    23.4                 21           23           26                   23.3                     20           23           26

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Profile of New Freshmen
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SAT Combined Scores*
                                                                                Entering Freshmen Mean SAT Combined Scores*
                                                                                                  1995-2000
                                      1150
                 SAT Combined Score




                                      1100


                                      1050


                                      1000


                                          950


                                          900
                                                           1995                         1996                        1997                           1998                     1999                        2000
            *SAT scores prior to 1996 are converted to the new recentered                                           Out-of-State                   In-State
            scale using the College Board concordance table.


                                                               Fall 1995                                                             Fall 1996                                                                       Fall 1997
                                                  Mean               Percentile                                     Mean                Percentile                                                  Mean                    Percentile
                                                                   25% 50% 75%                                                       25% 50%       75%                                                                   25% 50% 75%

In-State                                          1098          980         1100        1210                        1103              990 1100                      1230                            1096              990             1090            1210
Out-of-State                                      1092         1000         1110        1190                        1097             1000 1110                      1190                            1089             1000             1090            1180
Minority                                          1040          920         1040        1150                        1046              930 1050                      1160                            1040              920             1040            1150
Non-Minority                                      1113         1010         1120        1210                        1119             1010 1120                      1220                            1111             1010             1110            1210



ALL FRESHMEN 1096                                                  990 1100 1200                                    1101              990 1100                      1210                            1094                  990         1090            1200



                                                                   Fall 1998                                                         Fall 1999                                                                       Fall 2000
                                              Mean                   Percentile                                 Mean                    Percentile                                                  Mean                    Percentile
                                                                   25% 50% 75%                                                       25% 50%       75%                                                                   25% 50% 75%


In-State                                          1109             1000 1100 1220                                   1097              970 1090                      1220                            1103                  985         1095            1220
Out-of-State                                      1100             1000 1100 1200                                   1096             1000 1100                      1190                            1100                 1000         1100            1195


Minority                                          1058          950 1060 1170                                       1050              930 1040                      1170                            1055              940             1050            1170
Non-Minority                                      1120         1020 1110 1220                                       1114             1010 1110                      1220                            1117             1015             1110            1220


ALL FRESHMEN 1106                                                  1000 1100 1210                                   1096              980 1100                      1200                            1101                 990          1100            1205

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Students by Age
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Fall 2000

                                                    Age                             Undergraduate                                                  Graduate*                                               Total

                                                    15-17                                             1.59%                                            0.00%                                                    1.22%
                                                    18                                               17.83                                             0.00                                                    13.65
                                                    19                                               16.64                                             0.00                                                    12.74
                                                    20                                               16.15                                             0.14                                                    12.40
                                                    21                                               14.05                                             1.27                                                    11.05
                                                    22                                                8.96                                             4.24                                                     7.85
                                                    23                                                5.26                                             7.20                                                     5.72
                                                    24                                                3.29                                             7.79                                                     4.35
                                                    25                                                2.36                                             7.73                                                     3.62
                                                    26                                                1.70                                             7.46                                                     3.05
                                                    27                                                1.57                                             6.32                                                     2.68
                                                    28                                                1.22                                             6.25                                                     2.40
                                                    29                                                1.08                                             5.32                                                     2.08
                                                    30                                                0.95                                             5.11                                                     1.92
                                                    31                                                0.76                                             4.63                                                     1.67
                                                    32                                                0.62                                             3.20                                                     1.23
                                                    33                                                0.44                                             2.82                                                     1.00
                                                    34                                                0.47                                             2.45                                                     0.93
                                                    35                                                0.42                                             2.49                                                     0.91
                                                    36-40                                             1.69                                             8.91                                                     3.38
                                                    41-45                                             1.38                                             7.19                                                     2.74
                                                    46-50                                             0.89                                             5.10                                                     1.87
                                                    51-60                                             0.53                                             3.82                                                     1.30
                                                    61 & over                                         0.11                                             0.51                                                     0.20
                                                    Unknown                                           0.02                                             0.06                                                     0.03




                                                    *Graduate includes First Professional




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Students by Ethnicity and Gender
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Headcount Enrollment, Fall 2000


                                                Black                                                                                                     Asian or                                      American Indian or
                                             Non-Hispanic                                        Hispanic                                              Pacific Islander                                  Alaskan Native
                                             M         W                                       M          W                                            M            W                                      M          W
Freshmen                                     95       108                                     368        462                                          190          165                                     49        101
All Undergraduate                           361       406                                   1,668      2,124                                          709          740                                    223        360
Graduate                                     52        83                                     228        340                                          111          146                                     37         99
Law                                           8         5                                      25         21                                           10           15                                     10         12
Medicine                                      4         8                                      20         27                                           33           15                                      1          3
Pharmacy*                                     1         3                                      10         14                                           12           25                                      0          2


Total                                       426                 505                         1,951                    2,526                            875                      941                              271                    476
Percent                                             2.7                                                     13.0                                                       5.3                                                   2.2


                                              White                                               Nonresident                                                                                               Grand Total,
                                            Non-Hispanic                                             Alien                                                        Unknown                                    All Students
                                           M         W                                           M          W                                          M                 W                                  M           W
Freshmen                                2,257     2,491                                         144         61                                         49                54                              3,152       3,442
All Undergraduate                       8,490     9,677                                         776        379                                        232               259                             12,459      13,945
Graduate                                1,969     2,279                                         950        512                                         81                88                              3,428       3,547
Law                                       150       167                                          12          6                                         19                15                                234         241
Medicine                                  128       106                                           0          0                                         42                30                                228         189
Pharmacy*                                  48        96                                           0          0                                          4                 2                                 75         142


Total                               10,785             12,325                               1,738                        897                          378                      394                      16,424    18,064
Percent                                             67.0                                                    7.6                                                        2.2                                    100.0


                                                                                                                                                                                                            TOTAL: 34,488



*First Professional




                                                                                                                                                                                           Source: Decision & Planning Suppor t
                                                                                                                                                                                           Source:                     Support

                                                                                                                                                  Fact Book 2000-01
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New Freshmen by County of High School
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Fall Semester




                                    1994                     1995                     1996                     1997                      1998                     1999                         2000
Apache                                     22                       25                       24                       14                        25                       26                           27
Cochise                                    58                       76                       84                       80                        83                       82                           80
Coconino                                   73                       71                       62                       78                       108                       90                          100
Gila                                       12                       11                       22                       13                        13                       13                           17
Graham                                      9                        9                       10                        4                         8                        5                           15
Greenlee                                    8                        8                        4                        8                         7                        6                            7
La Paz                                      5                        8                        8                        4                         9                        6                            8
Maricopa                                1,072                    1,092                      980                    1,124                     1,245                    1,175                        1,299
Mohave                                     27                       49                       33                       42                        51                       39                           45
Navajo                                     37                       37                       26                       25                        29                       28                           41
Pima                                      965                    1,138                    1,043                    1,206                     1,273                    1,224                        1,328
Pinal                                      30                       37                       32                       33                        28                       37                           42
Santa Cruz                                 52                       57                       39                       51                        46                       40                           55
Yavapai                                    37                       48                       51                       54                        66                       56                           86
Yuma                                       79                       71                       61                       61                        62                       81                           73
TOTAL AZ                                2,486                    2,737                    2,479                    2,797                     3,053                    2,908                        3,223
Non-AZ HS                               1,995                    1,820                    1,689                    1,781                     2,209                    2,190                        2,303

TOTAL                                   4,481                    4,557                    4,168                    4,578                     5,262                    5,098                        5,526


Source: Decision & Planning Support
Source:                     Support

                                             Fact Book 2000-01
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New Transfers from AZ Community Colleges by County
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Fall Semester




                                    1994                     1995                     1996                     1997                      1998                     1999                         2000
Apache                                     6                        3                        6                        2                         1                        3                           11
Cochise                                   79                       89                      106                      116                        93                       91                           72
Coconino                                   0                        0                       10                        9                        10                        7                           11
Gila                                       0                        0                        0                        0                         0                        0                            0
Graham                                    20                       21                       19                       23                        24                       22                           23
Greenlee                                   0                        0                        0                        0                         0                        0                            0
La Paz                                     0                        0                        0                        0                         0                        0                            0
Maricopa                                 226                      211                      192                      185                       164                      173                          137
Mohave                                     7                        8                        6                        5                         9                        5                            8
Navajo                                     6                        2                       10                        8                         5                        0                            0
Pima                                     727                      786                      751                      849                       730                      764                          734
Pinal                                     24                       21                       14                       29                        23                       27                           33
Santa Cruz                                 0                        0                        0                        0                         0                        0                            0
Yavapai                                   24                       27                       24                       24                        27                       29                           30
Yuma                                      30                       27                       24                       28                        25                       31                           20

TOTAL AZ                                1,149                    1,195                    1,162                    1,278                     1,111                    1,152                        1,079


TOTAL TRANSFERS 2,359                                            2,221                    2,121                    2,321                     2,010                    2,140                        1,925


                                                                                                                                                                                           Source: Decision & Planning Suppor t
                                                                                                                                                                                           Source:                     Support

                                                                                                                                                      Fact Book 2000-01
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Students by State of Origin
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Headcount Enrollment, Fall 2000




                                                                                                                                      Top ten home states

            District of Columbia - 8
            U.S. Territories:
            American Samoa - 1
            Guam - 4
            Puerto Rico - 2
            N. Mariana - 1




Source: Decision & Planning Suppor t
Source:                     Support

                                             Fact Book 2000-01
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Residency Status
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Fall 2000 Headcount


                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Grand
                                                                     1-6 Hours                                     7-11 Hours                                     12+ Hours                                                  Total
                                                                                                   Non-                                                         Non-
                                                                Unclassified                      resident Resident                                             resident Resident
UNDERGRADUATES
Freshmen                                                                119                                    118                  231                             2,345                    3,781                               6,594
Sophomore                                                               298                                    124                  298                             1,757                    2,802                               5,279
Junior                                                                  423                                    100                  380                             1,620                    3,254                               5,777
Senior                                                                1,009                                    178                  753                             1,504                    4,465                               7,909
Unclassified                                                            640                                     18                   45                                68                       74                                 845


                            Subtotal                                  2,489                                    538              1,707                               7,294                   14,376                           26,404



FIRST PROFESSIONAL/
GRADUATES
First Professional*                                                       2                                   5                      12                               161                        929                          1,109
Graduate                                                              3,260                               1,135                     724                             1,304                        552                          6,975


                            Subtotal                                  3,262                               1,140                     736                             1,465                    1,481                               8,084


                            TOTAL                                     5,751                               1,678                 2,443                               8,759                   15,857                           34,488



* Medicine, Law, and Pharmacy




                                                                                                                                                                                            Source: Decision & Planning Suppor t
                                                                                                                                                                                            Source:                     Support

                                                                                                                                                    Fact Book 2000-01
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International Students in Academic Programs
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Fall 2000
                                                                                               Distribution by Country
Afghanistan                                       1               Czech Republic                                 5               Kazakhstan                                     1              Romania                                              7
Albania                                           3               Denmark                                        3               Kenya                                         15              Russian Republic                                    15
Algeria                                           1               Dominican Republic                             2               Korea                                        164              Saudi Arabia                                        60
Argentina                                         7               Ecuador                                        4               Kuwait                                        36              Senegal                                              7
Armenia                                           1               Egypt                                          7               Kyrgyzstan                                     1              Singapore                                           18
Ashmore/Cartier ISL                               1               El Salvador                                    1               Latvia                                         1              Slovak Republic                                      3
Australia                                         7               Estonia                                        1               Lebanon                                       11              South Africa (Rep.)                                  6
Austria                                           9               Fiji                                           1               Macao                                          5              Spain                                               15
Bahrain                                           8               Finland                                        3               Macedonia                                      1              Sri Lanka                                           21
Bangladesh                                       29               France                                        16               Madagascar                                     1              Sudan                                                1
Belarus                                           1               French Polynesia                               1               Malaysia                                      24              Sweden                                              15
Belgium                                           5               Georgia                                        1               Mali                                           1              Switzerland                                          3
Belize                                            2               Germany                                       70               Mauritania                                     8              Syria                                                8
Benin                                             1               Ghana                                          5               Mauritius                                      3              Tajikistan                                           2
Bermuda                                           1               Greece                                         3               Mexico                                       179              Tanzania                                             1
Bolivia                                           1               Guatemala                                      4               Mongolia                                       1              Thailand                                            19
Botswana                                          7               Guinea                                         3               Morocco                                        3              Togo                                                 1
Brazil                                           36               Guinea Bissau                                  1               Mozambique                                     1              Trinidad & Tobago                                    2
Bulgaria                                          6               Guyana                                         1               Nepal                                          3              Tunisia                                              2
Burkina Fasso                                     1               Haiti                                          1               Netherlands                                    2              Turkey                                              40
Burma                                             4               Honduras                                       1               New Zealand                                    7              Ukraine                                             11
Cameroon                                          7               Hong Kong                                     49               Nicaragua                                      2              United Arab Emirates                                46
Canada                                           83               Hungary                                        5               Nigeria                                        4              United Kingdom                                      23
Cape Verde                                        1               Iceland                                        4               Norway                                        16              Uzbekistan                                           3
Chad                                              1               India                                        284               Oman                                          10              Venezuela                                            9
Chile                                            13               Indonesia                                     94               Pakistan                                      41              Vietnam                                              8
China (People’s Rep.)                           403               Iran                                          14               Panama                                         4              West Bank                                            1
China (Republic of)                              95               Ireland                                        6               Paraguay                                       1              Western Samoa                                        1
Colombia                                         18               Israel                                         7               Peru                                          11              Yemen Arab Rep.                                      1
Comoros                                           1               Italy                                         18               Philippines                                    5              Yugoslavia                                           1
Congo                                             3               Jan Mayen                                      1               Poland                                         5              Zaire (Rep. of)                                      1
Costa Rico                                          3             Japan                                        217               Portugal                                         11           Zambia                                              27
Cyprus                                          57                Jordan                                       19                Qatar                                            10

                                                                                               Distribution by College
Agriculture                                              35               Correspondence                                 2               Graduate                             1,480                Nursing                                           4
Architecture                                             28               Education                                      2               Health Professions                       1                Science                                         137
Arizona International Campus                              3               Engineering & Mines                          356               Humanities                              16                Social & Behavioral Sci                          78
Business & Public Adm                                   366               Fine Arts                                     49               Law                                     18                University College                               60

Note: These numbers do not include Center for English as a Second Language.




Source: Center for Global Student Programs
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Annual Standard Student Budgets
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2000-01
ON CAMPUS                                                                                           RESIDENT                                          NONRESIDENT
Registration Fee                                                                                      $2,272                                             $2,272
Tuition                                                                                                    -                                              7,456
Registration Surcharge *                                                                                  76                                                 76
Room                                                                                                   2,952                                              2,952
Food                                                                                                   2,936                                              2,936
Books                                                                                                    720                                                720
Travel                                                                                                   514                                                514
Miscellaneous                                                                                          1,922                                              1,922
Total                                                                                                $11,392                                            $18,848

COMMUTER
Registration Fee                                                                                            $2,272                                             $2,272
Tuition                                                                                                          -                                              7,456
Registration Surcharge *                                                                                        76                                                 76
Room                                                                                                             0                                                  0
Food                                                                                                         1,664                                              1,664
Books                                                                                                          720                                                720
Travel                                                                                                       1,336                                              1,336
Miscellaneous                                                                                                1,922                                              1,922
Total                                                                                                       $7,990                                            $15,370

OFF CAMPUS - DEPENDENT
Registration Fee                                                                                         $2,272                                                $2,272
Tuition                                                                                                       -                                                 7,456
Registration Surcharge *                                                                                     76                                                    76
Room                                                                                                      3,700                                                 3,700
Food                                                                                                      1,850                                                 1,850
Books                                                                                                       720                                                   720
Travel                                                                                                    1,202                                                 1,202
Miscellaneous                                                                                             1,922                                                 1,922
Total                                                                                                   $11,742                                               $19,198

OFF CAMPUS - INDEPENDENT
Registration Fee                                                                                         $2,272                                                $2,272
Tuition                                                                                                       -                                                 7,456
Registration Surcharge *                                                                                     76                                                    76
Room                                                                                                      4,948                                                 4,948
Food                                                                                                      2,590                                                 2,590
Books                                                                                                       720                                                   720
Travel                                                                                                    1,696                                                 1,696
Miscellaneous                                                                                             2,734                                                 2,734
Total                                                                                                   $15,036                                               $22,492

Note: Law students pay an additional $2,750. MBA and MIS students pay an additional $5,000. Pharmacy students (First Professional
only) pay an additional $1,500.
* Includes $50 Recreation Center Fee, $22 Financial Aid Trust Fee, $2 KAMP Fee and $2 ASA (Arizona Students’ Association) Fee.


                                                                                                                                                                                                      Source: Financial Aid Office
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Source:               Office

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Annual Student Costs
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Historical Trend
                                                                                                                                                                                                   TOTAL
                                                                               Nonresident
                                 Resident Fees                                Tuition & Fees                                Room & Board                                      Resident                                  Nonresident
Academic
 Year    $ Amt.                              %Change $ Amt.                               %Change $ Amt.                                 %Change                      $ Amt. %Change                               $ Amt. %Change

1971-72       350                                  3.2                   1,240                     0.9                   878                      15.5                1,228                   11.7                  2,118                    6.5
1972-73       411                                 17.4                   1,301                     4.9                   909                       3.5                1,320                    7.5                  2,210                    4.3
1973-74       411                                  0.0                   1,301                     0.0                 1,025                     12.8                 1,436                    8.8                  2,326                    5.2
1974-75       411                                  0.0                   1,401                     7.7                 1,264                     23.3                 1,675                   16.6                  2,665                   14.6
1975-76       450                                  9.5                   1,640                    17.1                 1,264                       0.0                1,714                    2.3                  2,904                    9.0
1976-77       450                                  0.0                   1,640                     0.0                 1,411                      11.6                1,861                    8.6                  3,051                    5.1
1977-78       450                                  0.0                   1,640                     0.0                 1,417                       0.4                1,867                    0.3                  3,057                    0.2
1978-79       550                                 22.2                   2,100                    28.0                 1,487                       4.9                2,037                    9.1                  3,587                   17.3
1979-80a      550                                  0.0                   2,100                     0.0                 1,610                       8.3                2,160                    6.0                  3,710                    3.4
1980-81       600                                  9.1                   2,500                    19.0                 1,711                       6.3                2,311                    7.0                  4,211                   13.5
1981-82       650                                  8.3                   2,950                    18.0                 1,847                       8.0                2,460                    6.4                  4,760                   13.0
1982-83       710                                  9.2                   3,250                    10.2                 2,217                     20.0                 2,890                   17.5                  5,430                   14.1
1983-84       850                                 19.7                   3,515                     8.2                 2,314                       4.4                3,128                    8.2                  5,793                    6.7
1984-85       950                                 11.8                   3,700                     5.3                 2,474                       6.9                3,386                    8.2                  6,136                    5.9
1985-86       990                                  4.2                   3,844                     3.9                 2,409                     (2.6)                3,447                    1.8                  6,301                    2.7
1986-87     1,136                                 14.7                   4,260                    10.8                 2,551                       5.9                3,688                    7.0                  6,812                    8.1
1987-88     1,196                                  5.3                   4,628                     8.6                 2,751                       7.8                3,964                    7.5                  7,396                    8.6
1988-89     1,278                                  6.9                   4,866                     5.1                 3,064                      11.4                4,198                    5.9                  7,786                    5.3
1989-90     1,362                                  6.6                   5,484                    12.7                 3,138                       2.4                4,478                    6.7                  8,600                   10.5
        b
1990-91     1,540                                 13.1                   6,546                    19.4                 3,468                     10.5                 4,914                    9.7                  9,920                   15.3
1991-92     1,590                                  3.2                   6,996                     6.9                 3,738                       7.8                5,230                    6.4                 10,636                    7.2
1992-93c    1,590                                  0.0                   6,996                     0.0                 4,013                       7.4                5,496                    5.1                 10,902                    2.5
1993-94d    1,844                                 16.0                   7,350                     5.1                 3,967                     (1.2)                5,598                    1.9                 11,104                    1.9
1994-95     1,894                                  2.7                   7,500                     2.0                 4,180                       5.4                6,044                    8.0                 11,650                    4.9
1995-96e    1,950                                  3.0                   7,978                     6.4                 4,165                     (0.4)                6,074                    0.5                 12,102                    3.9
1996-97     2,009                                  3.0                   8,377                     5.0                 4,410                       5.9                6,350                    4.6                 12,718                    5.1
1997-98     2,058                                  2.4                   8,710                     4.0                 4,930                      11.8                6,918                    8.9                 13,570                    6.7
1998-99     2,158                                  4.9                   9,110                     4.6                 5,042                       2.3                7,200                    4.1                 14,152                    4.3
1999-00     2,264                                  4.9                   9,416                     3.4                 5,548                      10.0                7,812                    8.5                 14,964                    5.7
2000-01f    2,348                                  3.7                   9,804                     4.1                 5,888                       6.1                8,326                    6.6                 15,692                    4.9
1971-72 to 2000-01
Total % Change                                   570.9                                        690.6                                          570.6                                        578.0                                         640.9

a
        Undergraduates only; graduate fees and tuition were $605 and $2,310 this year only.
b
        From 1990-91 forward, all full-time students were required to pay an additional $50/year for the Student Recreation Center and $12/
        year for the Financial Aid Trust Fund. In 1993-94, the Financial Aid Trust Fund fee increased to $16/year. In 1997-98, the Financial Aid Trust Fee
        increased to $20/year. As of 1999-00, the FATF increased to $22, and students also pay a $2 KAMP Fee, and a $2 ASA (Arizona Students’ Association) fee.
c
        Law students pay an additional $1,000 registration fee.
d
        Law students pay an additional $2,000 from this year forward to 1999-00.
e
        Pharmacy (First-Professional only) pay an additional $1,500 from this year forward.
f
        Beginning 2000-01, Law students pay an additional $2,750.

Source: ABOR; Financial Aid Office
Source:                     Office

                                                 Fact Book 2000-01
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College of Medicine
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Annual Registration Fees




                                                                                                                                                              % Change from
                                                                         Year                                        $ Amount                                     Previous Year
                                                                        1986-87                                          4,267                                            12.3
                                                                        1987-88                                          4,685                                                9.8
                                                                        1988-89                                          5,141                                                9.7
                                                                        1989-90                                          5,642                                                9.7
                                                                        1990-91                                          6,254                                            10.8
                                                                        1991-92                                          6,642                                                6.2
                                                                        1992-93                                          6,642                                                0.0
                                                                        1993-94                                          6,646                                                0.1
                                                                        1994-95                                          6,826                                                2.7
                                                                        1995-96                                          7,006                                                2.6
                                                                        1996-97                                          7,429                                                6.0
                                                                        1997-98                                          7,930                                                6.7
                                                                        1998-99                                          8,430                                                6.3
                                                                        1999-00                                          8,836                                                4.8
                                                                        2000-01                                          9,286                                                5.1

                                                                        Note: The College of Medicine does not admit nonresident students. A few
                                                                        students from WICHE states attend under special arrangement.




                                                                                                                                                                      Source: College of Medicine, Office of Admissions
                                                                                                                                                                      Source:                      Office

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Financial Aid Summary
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                                SCHOLARSHIPS                                                                         WAIVERS                                                                      GRANTS


                            Recipients                          Dollars                          Recipients                           Dollars                                 Recipients b                        Dollars


1990-91                         7,119                   13,864,760                                       7,119a                   16,212,935                                      7,107                       12,936,026
1991-92                         7,072                   14,387,883                                       7,148                    17,758,460                                      6,702                       14,008,475
1992-93                         6,653                   14,333,525                                       7,314                    18,861,027                                      7,037                       15,073,064
1993-94                         6,708                   15,598,608                                       7,044                    19,694,075                                      7,768                       16,070,623
1994-95                         6,941                   16,196,654                                       7,185                    20,616,210                                      7,924                       17,182,066
1995-96                         6,730                   16,387,629                                       7,093                    22,201,208                                      8,155                       17,688,948
1996-97                         6,981                   17,760,982                                       6,889                    23,233,761                                      8,019                       17,838,030
1997-98                         7,675                   18,761,635                                       7,025                    24,317,169                                      8,702                       19,952,425
1998-99                         8,596                   21,890,504                                       7,675                    26,266,059                                      8,926                       21,270,044
1999-00                         8,931                   23,171,526                                       7,457                    28,257,732                                      8,640                       21,820,397



                                                LOANS                                                            EMPLOYMENT                                                                           TOTAL

                                                                                                                                                                          Unduplicated
                            Recipients                      Dollars                              Recipients                           Dollars                              Recipients                             Dollars


1990-91                      8,321                  33,663,099                                        9,956                       36,514,926                                      21,177                      113,191,746
1991-92                      8,654                  36,436,395                                       10,125                       40,220,604                                      21,529                      122,811,817
1992-93                      9,589                  47,619,873                                       10,661                       44,882,833                                      22,347                      140,770,372
1993-94                     11,342                  73,839,804                                       10,820                       46,753,671                                      23,608                      171,956,781
1994-95                     12,020                  82,946,707                                       11,059                       48,355,635                                      24,250                      185,297,272
1995-96                     12,567                  90,503,662                                       10,903                       45,133,908                                      24,166                      191,915,355
1996-97                     12,500                  93,241,926                                       12,094                       49,574,155                                      24,863                      201,648,854
1997-98                     12,877                  98,492,755                                       10,674                       47,874,531                                      24,318                      209,404,515
1998-99                     12,707                  99,051,065                                       11,080                       50,626,320                                      24,873                      219,103,992
1999-00                     12,250                  96,885,664                                       11,999                       54,726,890                                      25,228                      224,862,209
a
    Outside payments of tuition from various sponsors fully reported.
b
    Includes all third party sponsors and Veteran’s Benefits for 1989-90.




Source: Financial Aid Office
Source:               Office

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Tuition and Fees at Public AAU Institutions
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2000-01

                                                                                                         UNDERGRADUATE                                                                           GRADUATE

                                                                                  Resident                                     Nonresident                                 Resident                               Nonresident
                                                                                Amount Rank                                   Amount Rank                                Amount     Rank                         Amount Rank


Pennsylvania State University                                                       $7,018                   1                $14,562                    8               $7,790                      4           $15,286                  9
University of Pittsburgh                                                            7,002                    2                14,684                     5                   9,234                   2            18,506                  3
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor                                                  6,926                    3                21,037                    1                10,821                      1            21,749                  1
Rutgers, State University of New Jersey                                             6,333                    4                 11,511                   24                   7,992                   3               11,310           24
Michigan State University                                                           5,432                    5                13,056                    16                   6,290                   7               12,110           20
University of Maryland - College Park                                               5,136                    6                12,668                    20                   7,359                   5               11,007           25
University of Illinois - Urbana                                                     4,994                    7                12,442                    22                   5,614               13               13,124              15
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities                                                4,877                   8                 13,463                   14                   5,794               11               10,921              26
University of Missouri - Columbia                                                    4,726                   9                 12,895                   18                   4,728               17               13,075              16
SUNY Buffalo                                                                        4,715                10                        9,615                29                   6,088                   8               9,404            29
Indiana University                                                                  4,405                11                   13,461                    15                   4,449               21               12,190              19
Ohio State University                                                               4,383                12                   12,732                    19                   6,048                   9            15,639                  7
University of Virginia                                                              4,335                13                   17,584                     2                   5,023               15               17,409                  4
University of California - Davis                                                    4,072                14                   14,686                     4                   4,591               19               15,025              11
University of California - Berkeley                                                 4,047                15                   14,661                     6                   4,269               22               14,703              13
University of California - Irvine                                                   3,970                16                   14,584                     7                   5,206               14               15,640                  6
Purdue University                                                                   3,872                17                   12,904                    17                   3,872               25               12,904              17
University of California - San Diego                                                3,848                18                   14,462                     9                   4,697               18               15,131              10
University of California - Santa Barbara                                            3,832                19                   14,446                    10                   4,885               16               15,319                  8
University of Oregon                                                                3,819                20                   13,839                    13                   7,056                   6               11,958           22
University of Wisconsin - Madison                                                    3,791               21                    14,189                   12                   5,887               10               18,597                  2
University of Washington                                                            3,761                22                   12,453                    21                   5,745               12               14,283              14
University of California - Los Angeles                                              3,698                23                    14,312                   11                   4,504               20               14,938              12
University of Texas - Austin                                                        3,575                24                   10,025                    26                   3,915               24                  9,075            30
University of Nebraska - Lincoln                                                    3,450                25                        8,205                32                   3,582               29                  7,878            32
University of Iowa                                                                  3,204                26                   10,966                    25                   3,750               26                  11,420           23
University of Colorado - Boulder                                                    3,188                27                   16,506                     3                   4,014               23               16,506                  5
Iowa State University                                                                3,132               28                        9,974                27                   3,678               27               10,390              27
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill                                          2,768                29                    11,934                   23                   2,865               31               12,031              21
University of Kansas                                                                 2,725               30                        9,493                31                   3,102               30                  8,864            31
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA                                                               2,348                31                        9,804                28                   2,348               32                  9,804            28
University of Florida                                                               2,256                32                        9,594                30                   3,640               28               12,703              18



                                                                                                                                                                             Source: AAUDE; Decision & Planning Support
                                                                                                                                                                             Source:                            Support

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Residence Hall Rates
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2000-01

                                                                                                                                   Entire                       Fall                    Spring                       Spring
                                                                                                                                   Academic                     Semester                Semester                     Semester
                                                                     Room Type                       Capacity                      Year                         Payment                 Payment                      Only

Apache-Santa Cruz                                                    Double                          349                               $2,377                    $1,426                         $951                     $1,426
Arizona & Sonora (Honors Halls)                                                                      600
                                                                     Double                                                             3,156                       1,894                   1,263                            1,894
                                                                     Triple                                                             2,119                       1,271                     848                            1,271
    Cochise a                                                                                        184
                                                                     Single                                                             4,260                       2,556                   1,704                            2,556
                                                                     Double/Triple                                                      2,845                       1,707                   1,138                            1,707
    Coconino b                                                                                       148
                                                                     Single                                                             4,026                       2,416                   1,610                            2,416
                                                                     Double                                                             2,689                       1,613                   1,076                            1,613

Coronado                                                             Double                          800                                3,156                       1,894                   1,263                            1,894
Gila b                                                                                               144
                                                                     Single                                                             4,260                       2,556                   1,704                            2,556
                                                                     Double                                                             2,845                       1,707                   1,138                            1,707
Graham-Greenlee                                                      Double                          324                                2,845                       1,707                   1,138                            1,707
Hopi (Substance Free)                                                Double                          119                                2,533                       1,520                   1,013                            1,520
Kaibab-Huachuca                                                      Double                          342                                2,907                       1,744                   1,163                            1,744
La Paz                                                                                               482
                                                                     Single                                                             4,727                       2,836                   1,891                            2,836
                                                                     Double                                                             3,156                       1,894                   1,263                            1,894
Manzanita-Mohave                                                     Double                          368                                2,907                       1,744                   1,163                            1,744
Maricopa b                                                           Double                          111                                2,907                       1,744                   1,163                            1,744
Navajo-Pinal                                                                                         152
                                                                     Single                                                             4,026                       2,416                   1,610                            2,416
                                                                     Double                                                             2,689                       1,613                   1,076                            1,613
Parker b                                                                                             50
                                                                     Single                                                             4,727                       2,386                   1,891                            2,386
                                                                     Double                                                             3,156                       1,894                   1,262                            1,894
Pima House                                                                                           134
                                                                     Single                                                             4,727                       2,836                   1,891                            2,836
                                                                     Double                                                             3,156                       1,894                   1,263                            1,894
Sierra                                                               Double                          37                                 2,066                       1,240                     826                            1,240
Yavapai (Honors Hall)                                                Double                          206                                2,689                       1,613                   1,076                            1,613
Yuma (Honors Hall)                                                                                   144
                                                                     Single                                                             4,260                       2,556                   1,704                            2,556
                                                                     Double                                                             2,845                       1,707                   1,138                            1,707

GRAND TOTAL                                                                                          4,694

a
    Men’s Hall
b
    Women’s Hall



Source: Annual Charges - Department of Residence Life
Source:        Charges Department

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Residence Hall Rates - Non-Traditional/Apartments
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2000-01

                                                                                                                                 Entire                      Fall                    Spring                      Spring
                                                                                                                                 Academic                    Semester                Semester                    Semester
                                                                    Room Type                       Capacity                     Year                        Payment                 Payment                     Only

Babcock Inn                                                                                         189
                                                                    Single                                                           3,792                       2,275                   1,517                       2,275
                                                                    Double                                                           2,533                       1,520                   1,013                       1,520
Corleone Apartments                                                                 90
                                                                    1 Bedroom (2 people)                                             4,120                       2,472                   1,648                       2,472
                                                                    2 Bedroom (2 people)                                             4,682                       2,809                   1,873                       2,809
Palm Shadows Apartments                                                             274
                                                                    Studio (1 person)                                                4,657                       2,794                   1,863                       2,794
                                                                    1 Bedroom (2 people)                                             4,120                       2,472                   1,648                       2,472
                                                                    2 Bedroom (4 people)                                             3,203                       1,922                   1,281                       1,922
Sky View Apartments                                                                 244
                                                                    1 Bedroom (2 person)                                             4,120                       2,472                   1,648                       2,472
                                                                    2 Bedroom, 2 Bath (4 people)                                     3,350                       2,010                   1,340                       2,010


GRAND TOTAL                                                                                         797




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Residence Halls
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Average Annual Rates




                                                                                                                    AVERAGE
                                                                        YEAR                                          RATE*                                  % CHANGE

                                                                        1986-87                                         1,022                                            12.3
                                                                        1987-88                                         1,113                                             9.0
                                                                        1988-89                                         1,397                                            25.4
                                                                        1989-90                                         1,397                                             0.0
                                                                        1990-91                                         1,547                                            10.7
                                                                        1991-92                                         1,712                                            10.7
                                                                        1992-93                                         1,880                                             9.8
                                                                        1993-94                                         2,037                                             8.3
                                                                        1994-95                                         2,150                                             5.6
                                                                        1995-96                                         2,235                                             3.9
                                                                        1996-97                                         2,430                                             8.7
                                                                        1997-98                                         2,480                                             2.1
                                                                        1998-99                                         2,569                                             3.6
                                                                        1999-00                                         2,697                                             5.0
                                                                        2000-01                                         2,952                                             9.4




                                                                        *Weighted average




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Graduate Applications, Admissions and Matriculations
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Fall                                                        Resident                                         Nonresident                                                   Total

1991
Applications                                                    1,915                                                6,759                                                  8,674
Admissions                                                      1,594                                                2,127                                                  3,721
Matriculations                                                  1,324                                                1,128                                                  2,452
1992
Applications                                                    1,975                                                7,523                                                  9,503a
Admissions                                                      1,622                                                2,440                                                  4,062
Matriculations                                                  1,379                                                1,243                                                  2,622
1993
Applications                                                    1,931                                                8,760                                                 10,695b
Admissions                                                      1,546                                                2,652                                                  4,198
Matriculations                                                  1,267                                                1,236                                                  2,503
1994
Applications                                                    2,011                                                8,363                                                 10,374
Admissions                                                      1,643                                                2,490                                                  4,133
Matriculations                                                  1,391                                                1,299                                                  2,690
1995
Applications                                                    1,855                                                7,159                                                  9,014
Admissions                                                      1,549                                                2,332                                                  3,881
Matriculations                                                  1,303                                                1,144                                                  2,447
1996
Applications                                                    1,954                                                7,658                                                  9,612
Admissions                                                      1,445                                                2,399                                                  3,844
Matriculations                                                  1,145                                                1,143                                                  2,288
1997
Applications                                                    1,862                                                7,456                                                  9,320c
Admissions                                                      1,441                                                2,488                                                  3,929
Matriculations                                                  1,189                                                1,184                                                  2,373
1998
Applications                                                    1,690                                                6,404                                                  8,094
Admissions                                                      1,368                                                2,199                                                  3,567
Matriculations                                                  1,205                                                1,175                                                  2,380
1999
Applications                                                    1,589                                                6,254                                                  7,843
Admissions                                                      1,279                                                2,364                                                  3,643
Matriculations                                                  1,142                                                1,225                                                  2,367
2000
Applications                                                    1,494                                                6,042                                                  7,537 d
Admissions                                                      1,253                                                2,305                                                  3,558
Matriculations                                                  1,103                                                1,203                                                  2,306

a
  Residency unknown for 5 applicants
b
  Residency unknown for 4 applicants
c
  Residency unknown for 2 applicants
d
  Residency unknown for 1 applicant


Source: Graduate College Admissions

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Graduate Assistants and Associates Salary Ranges
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2000-01

                                                 ACADEMIC YEAR                                                                                                            FISCAL YEAR

                                        Assistant                                    Associate                                                            Assistant                                    Associate

1/4 Time                     $3,720 - $7,602                                   $4,376 - $8,852                                                  $4,376 - $8,852                                 $5,164 - $10,369
1/3 Time                    $4,910 - $10,035                                  $5,776 - $11,684                                                 $5,776 - $11,684                                 $6,816 - $13,686
1/2 Time                    $7,440 - $15,204                                  $8,752 - $17,704                                                 $8,752 - $17,704                                $10,328 - $20,737
2/3 Time                    $9,821 - $20,069                                 $11,553 - $23,369                                                $11,553 - $23,369                                $13,632 - $27,373
3/4 Time                    $11,160 - $22,806                                $13,128 - $26,555                                                $13,128 - $26,555                                $15,491 - $31,106




                    Hours-Per-Pay Period Equivalent of                                                                                                            Maximum Unit Loads for
                    Assistantship/Associateship Appointments                                                                                                      Graduate Assistants/Associates

                    25% Time = 20.00 Hours                                                                                                                        25% Time = 16 Units
                    33% Time = 26.40 Hours                                                                                                                        33% Time = 14 Units
                    50% Time = 40.00 Hours                                                                                                                        50% Time = 12 Units
                    66% Time = 52.80 Hours                                                                                                                        66% Time = 11 Units
                    75% Time = 60.00 Hours                                                                                                                        75% Time = 10 Units




Note: Students wishing to enroll for more than the maximum number of units must obtain prior approval from the Graduate College.




                                                                                                                                                                                  Source: Graduate College’s Annual Report
                                                                                                                                                                                  Source:          College’s        Report

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Academic Programs
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CIP (Classification of Instructional Programs) is a six-digit code developed by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) to
classify the primary discipline of an academic program. CIP codes are widely used in national surveys and studies and are the
accepted government taxonomy standard for higher education program classification.

CIP Code                                Name of Program                                                                                          Degrees Offered*

                                        Agricultural Sciences
010103                                     Agricultural & Resource Economics                                                                     B, M
020101                                     Agricultural Systems Management                                                                       B
020101                                     Agricultural Technology Management                                                                    B
020201                                     Animal Sciences                                                                                       B, D, M
020401                                     Plant Science                                                                                         D, M
020401                                     Plant Sciences                                                                                        B
020406                                     Plant Pathology                                                                                       D, M
020409                                     Range Management                                                                                      D, M
020501                                     Soil & Water Science                                                                                  B
020501                                     Soil, Water & Environmental Science                                                                   D, M

                                        Renewable Natural Resources
030101                                    Renewable Natural Resource Studies                                                                     D, M
030102                                    Environmental Sciences                                                                                 B
030299                                    Water Resources Administration                                                                         M
030299                                    Watershed Management                                                                                   D, M
030601                                    Wildlife & Fisheries Science                                                                           D, M
030601                                    Wildlife, Watershed, & Rangeland Resrc                                                                 B
039999                                    Arid Lands Resource Sciences                                                                           D

                                        Architecture & Related Studies
040201                                     Architecture                                                                                          B, M
040299                                     Pre-Architecture                                                                                      B
040301                                     Planning                                                                                              M
040301                                     Regional Development                                                                                  B
040601                                     Landscape Architecture                                                                                B, M
040699                                     Pre-Landscape Architecture                                                                            B

                                        Area, Ethnic & Cultural Studies
050104                                     East Asian Studies                                                                                    B, D, M
050107                                     Latin American Studies                                                                                B, M
050108                                     Near Eastern Studies                                                                                  B, D, M
050202                                     American Indian Studies                                                                               D, M
050203                                     Mexican American Studies                                                                              B,M
050205                                     Judaic Studies                                                                                        B
050207                                     Women’s Studies                                                                                       B, M

                                        Communications
090101                                    Communication                                                                                          B, D, M
090401                                    Journalism                                                                                             B, M
090701                                    Media Arts                                                                                             B, M

                                        Computer Science
110101                                    Computer Science                                                                                       B, D, M

                                        Education
130101                                     Teaching & Teacher Education                                                                          D, M
130201                                     Bilingual/Bicultural Education                                                                        M
130201                                     Bilingual/Multicultural Education                                                                     M
130401                                     Educational Leadership                                                                                D, M, S
130406                                     Higher Education                                                                                      D, M
130802                                     Educational Psychology                                                                                D, M, S
130901                                     Foundations of Education                                                                              D, M
131001                                     Special Education & Rehabilitation                                                                    B, D, M, S
131101                                     School Counseling & Guidance                                                                          D, M
131202                                     Elementary Education                                                                                  B, M
131204                                     Early Childhood Education                                                                             B, M
131205                                     Secondary Ed (Non-Certification)                                                                      B
131205                                     Secondary Education                                                                                   M
131301                                     Agricultural Education                                                                                B, M
131302                                     Art Education                                                                                         B, M


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Academic Programs
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CIP Code                                Name of Program                                                                                           Degrees Offered*

131305                                          English                                                                                           B, M
131305                                          Extended English                                                                                  B, M
131305                                          Rhetoric, Comp & Teaching English                                                                 D
131306                                          Italian                                                                                           B, M
131306                                          Latin                                                                                             B, M
131306                                          Russian                                                                                           B, M
131307                                          Health Education                                                                                  B
131308                                          Family & Consumer Sciences Education                                                              B
131311                                          Mathematics                                                                                       B, M
131312                                          Music Education                                                                                   B, D, M
131314                                          Physical Education                                                                                B
131315                                          Language, Reading & Culture                                                                       D, M, S
131316                                          Earth Science                                                                                     B, M
131317                                          Geography                                                                                         B, M
131317                                          Language Arts - Social Studies                                                                    B, M
131317                                          Political Science                                                                                 B, M
131318                                          Social Studies                                                                                    B, M
131322                                          General Biology                                                                                   B, M
131323                                          Chemistry                                                                                         B, M
131324                                          Theatre Arts Education                                                                            B
131325                                          French                                                                                            B, M
131326                                          German                                                                                            B, M
131328                                          History                                                                                           B, M
131329                                          Physics                                                                                           B, M
131330                                          Spanish                                                                                           B, M
131331                                          Communication                                                                                     B, M
131399                                          Journalism                                                                                        B, M
131401                                          English as a Second Language                                                                      M
131401                                          Second Language Acquisition & Teaching                                                            D

                                        Engineering
140101                                     Engineering                                                                                            B
140101                                     Engineering (joint with ASU and NAU)                                                                   M
140201                                     Aerospace Engineering                                                                                  B, D, M
140301                                     Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering                                                                  B, D, M
140501                                     Biomedical Engineering                                                                                 D, M
140701                                     Chemical Engineering                                                                                   B, D, M
140801                                     Civil Engineering                                                                                      B, D, M
140805                                     Environmental Hydrology & Water Resour                                                                 B
140805                                     Hydrology                                                                                              D, M
140901                                     Computer Engineering                                                                                   B
141001                                     Electrical & Computer Engineering                                                                      D, M
141001                                     Electrical Engineering                                                                                 B
141101                                     Engineering Mechanics                                                                                  D, M
141201                                     Engineering Physics                                                                                    B
141401                                     Environmental Engineering                                                                              D, M
141501                                     Geological Engineering                                                                                 B
141701                                     Industrial Engineering                                                                                 B, M
141901                                     Mechanical Engineering                                                                                 B, D, M
142101                                     Mining Engineering                                                                                     B
142101                                     Mining Geological & Geophysical Eng                                                                    D, M
142301                                     Nuclear Engineering                                                                                    B, D, M
142701                                     Systems & Industrial Engineering                                                                       D
142701                                     Systems Engineering                                                                                    B, M
143101                                     Materials Science & Engineering                                                                        B, D, M
149999                                     Engineering Mathematics                                                                                B
149999                                     Optics                                                                                                 B
149999                                     Reliability & Quality Engineering                                                                      M

                                        Foreign Language & Linguistics
160102                                     Linguistics                                                                                            B, D, M
160402                                     Russian                                                                                                B, M
160501                                     German Studies                                                                                         B, M
160901                                     French                                                                                                 B, D, M
160902                                     Italian                                                                                                B
160905                                     Spanish                                                                                                B, D, M
161201                                     Classics                                                                                               B, M


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CIP Code                                Name of Program                                                                                          Degrees Offered*

                                        Home Economics
190401                                    Family & Consumer Sciences                                                                             D, M
190402                                    Retailing & Consumer Science                                                                           B
190701                                    Family Studies & Human Development                                                                     B

                                        Law
220101                                     Law                                                                                                   FP
220104                                     International Trade Law                                                                               FP

                                        English
230101                                     English                                                                                               B, D, M
230301                                     Comp Cultural & Literary Studies                                                                      D, M
230501                                     Creative Writing                                                                                      B, M
240101                                     Liberal Arts                                                                                          B

                                        Library Sciences
250101                                     Information Resources & Library Sci                                                                   D, M

                                        Life Sciences
260101                                      General Biology                                                                                      B
260202                                      Biochemistry                                                                                         B, D, M
260401                                      Molecular & Cellular Biology                                                                         B, D, M
260499                                      Cancer Biology                                                                                       D, M
260501                                      Microbiology                                                                                         B
260501                                      Microbiology & Immunology                                                                            D, M
260603                                      Ecology & Evolutionary Biology                                                                       B, D, M
260608                                      Neuroscience                                                                                         D, M
260609                                      Nutritional Science                                                                                  B, D, M
260613                                      Genetics                                                                                             D, M
260616                                      Applied Biosciences                                                                                  M
260702                                      Entomology                                                                                           D, M
260702                                      Insect Science                                                                                       D
260704                                      Pathobiology                                                                                         D, M
260705                                      Pharmacology & Toxicology                                                                            D, M
260706                                      Physiological Sciences                                                                               B, D, M

                                        Mathematics
270101                                     Mathematics                                                                                           B, D, M
270301                                     Applied Mathematics                                                                                   D, M
270301                                     Mathematical Sciences                                                                                 M

                                        Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies
301101                                    Gerontology                                                                                            M
309999                                    Fine and Performing Arts                                                                               B
309999                                    Humanities                                                                                             B
309999                                    Interdisciplinary Studies                                                                              B
309999                                    Language & Culture                                                                                     B
309999                                    Liberal Studies                                                                                        B
309999                                    Natural Sciences & Mathematics                                                                         B
309999                                    Social Sciences                                                                                        B

                                        Fitness Studies
310501                                      Exercise & Sport Sciences                                                                            M

                                        Philosophy & Religion
380101                                     Philosophy                                                                                            B, D, M
380201                                     Religious Studies                                                                                     B

                                        Physical Sciences
400201                                     Astronomy                                                                                             B, D, M
400401                                     Atmospheric Sciences                                                                                  B, D, M
400501                                     Chemistry                                                                                             B, D, M
400601                                     Geosciences                                                                                           B, D, M
400703                                     Planetary Sciences                                                                                    D, M
400801                                     Physics                                                                                               B, D, M
400801                                     Applied and Industrial Physics                                                                        M
400807                                     Optical Sciences                                                                                      D, M


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CIP Code                                Name of Program                                                                                          Degrees Offered*

                                        Psychology
420101                                     Psychology                                                                                            B, D, M

                                        Protective Services
430103                                     Criminal Justice Administration                                                                       B

                                        Public Administration & Services
440401                                     Public Administration                                                                                 M
440401                                     Public Management                                                                                     B

                                        Social Sciences & History
450201                                     Anthropology                                                                                          B, D, M
450601                                     Economics                                                                                             B, D, M
450701                                     Geography                                                                                             B, D, M
450801                                     History                                                                                               B, D, M
451001                                     Political Science                                                                                     B, D, M
451101                                     Sociology                                                                                             B, D, M
459999                                     Anthropology & Linguistics                                                                            D

                                        Visual & Performing Arts
500101                                     Fine Arts Studies                                                                                     B
500301                                     Dance                                                                                                 B
500501                                     Theatre Arts                                                                                          B,M
500502                                     Theatre Production                                                                                    B
500701                                     Art                                                                                                   M
500702                                     Studio Art                                                                                            B
500703                                     Art History                                                                                           B,M,D
500703                                     History and Theory of Art (w/ ASU)                                                                    D
500901                                     Music                                                                                                 B
500903                                     Performance                                                                                           B, M
500903                                     Performance                                                                                           B
500904                                     Music Theory                                                                                          D, M
500905                                     Musicology                                                                                            M
500906                                     Conducting                                                                                            M
500999                                     Musical Theatre                                                                                       B

                                        Health Professions & Related Sciences
510201                                     Speech & Hearing Sciences                                                                             B, D, M
510701                                     Health & Human Services Admin                                                                         B
511005                                     Medical Technology                                                                                    B, M
511104                                     Veterinary Science                                                                                    B
511201                                     Medicine                                                                                              FP
511301                                     Cell Biology & Anatomy                                                                                D, M
511601                                     Nursing                                                                                               B, D, M
512001                                     Pharmacy                                                                                              FP
512003                                     Pharmaceutical Sciences                                                                               D, M
512201                                     Public Health                                                                                         M
512203                                     Epidemiology                                                                                          D, M

                                        Business Management & Administrative Services
520101                                     General Business Administration                                                                       B
520201                                     Business Administration                                                                               M
520201                                     Management                                                                                            D, M
520205                                     Operations Management                                                                                 B
520301                                     Accounting                                                                                            B, M
520601                                     Business Economics                                                                                    B
520701                                     Entrepreneurship                                                                                      B
520801                                     Finance                                                                                               B
521001                                     Business Management                                                                                   B
521201                                     Management Information Systems                                                                        B, M
521401                                     Marketing                                                                                             B

Note: These numbers do not include Center for English as a Second Language.
                                                                          .


                                                                                                                                                                                              Source: Arizona Board of Regents
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Degrees Awarded
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1999-00, Distribution by College/Unit and Degree Level


                                                                                                                       DEGREE LEVEL

                                                                                                                                                                                        First
COLLEGE/SCHOOL                                                              Bachelors                             Masters                           Doctorate                        Professional                                     TOTAL

Agriculture                                                                       504.66                               80.50                            28.00                              -                                       613.16
Architecture                                                                       47.66                               20.00                             -                                 -                                        67.66
Arizona International Campus                                                       10.66                                -                                -                                 -                                        10.66
Business & Public Administration                                                1030.50                               210.00                            14.00                              -                                     1,254.50
Education*                                                                        311.33                              170.00                            47.00                              -                                       528.33
Engineering & Mines                                                               379.33                              137.50                            51.00                              -                                       567.83
Fine Arts                                                                         414.00                               55.00                             9.00                              -                                       478.00
Health Professions                                                                 98.33                                -                                -                                 -                                        98.33
Humanities                                                                        308.33                               85.00                            31.00                              -                                       424.33
Law                                                                                 -                                   -                                -                               166.00                                    166.00
Medicine                                                                            -                                  74.00                            13.00                            100.00                                    187.00
Nursing                                                                            89.00                               35.00                             5.00                              -                                       129.00
Pharmacy                                                                            -                                  10.00                            17.00                             56.00                                     83.00
Public Health                                                                      35.00                                                                                                                                            35.00
Science                                                                           481.00                              123.00                            90.00                                    -                                 694.00
Social & Behavioral Sciences                                                    1,177.83                              196.00                            68.00                                    -                               1,441.83
INDEPENDENT ACADEMIC UNIT
American Indian Studies                                                               0.00                             17.00                             -                                       -                                    17.00
Applied Mathematics                                                                   -                                 5.00                             7.00                                    -                                    12.00
Optical Sciences                                                                      -                                28.00                            18.00                                    -                                    46.00
Other                                                                                 -                                 -                                8.00                                    -                                     8.00
Undergrad Education                                                                  44.00                              -                                -                                       -                                    44.00

GRAND TOTAL                                                                          4,932                             1,246                                406                              322                                      6,906


Note: Degrees are grouped by college and represent a workload view. In a workload view, graduate interdisciplinary degrees are
mapped to the academic department funding the thesis advisor, credit for split-attribution degrees is divided between two colleges,
and undergraduate interdisciplinary degrees are split out among the three departments and colleges in each student’s program of
study. Each major in a double major is counted as half of a degree. Other degrees are attributed to the department and college
offering the academic program.

* Masters degrees include Specialist degrees




Source: Decision & Planning Support

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Degrees Awarded
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10-Year Trend




Year                          Bachelors                       Masters                         Doctoral Specialist                                       Law1 Pharmacy2 Medicine TOTAL



1990-91                           4,226                           1,210                               382                          24                       136                     49                    83                     6,110
1991-92                           4,587                           1,285                               353                          11                       135                     41                   101                     6,513
1992-93                           4,848                           1,268                               370                          19                       146                     53                    82                     6,786
1993-94                           4,749                           1,354                               444                          12                       160                     51                    86                     6,856
1994-95                           4,807                           1,357                               396                           7                       156                     49                    80                     6,852
1995-96                           4,612                           1,378                               384                           8                       170                     48                    98                     6,698
1996-97                           4,777                           1,346                               445                           5                       170                     51                    93                     6,887
1997-98                           5,272                           1,265                               411                           9                       160                     58                   104                     7,279
1998-99                           4,854                           1,275                               417                          13                       146                     58                    88                     6,851
1999-00                           4,932                           1,240                               406                           6                       166                     56                   100                     6,906

1
    JD only
2
    First Professional only




                                                                                                                                                    Source: IPEDS Completions; Decision & Planning Support

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Degrees Awarded by Ethnicity and Gender
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1999-00
                                       Black                                                                                             Asian or                                  American Indian or
                                    Non-Hispanic                                            Hispanic                                  Pacific Islander                              Alaskan Native

Degree                                      M               W                               M                W                                M               W                                M                W

Bachelors                               46                  66                          267                 431                           111             138                              34                   65
Masters                                 11                   9                           29                  46                            19              23                              12                   10
Doctorate                                2                   0                            9                   6                             4               7                               0                    0
Specialist                               0                   1                            0                   0                             0               0                               0                    1
Pharmacy                                 0                   0                            3                   2                             3              10                               0                    1
Medicine                                 1                   0                            6                   7                             5               6                               2                    1
Law                                      3                   2                           14                   8                             7               3                               2                    3

Total by Gender                         63                  78                          328                 500                           149             187                              50                   81

Total by Ethnicity                              141                                                 828                                               336                                               131


                                               White                                    Nonresident                               Race/Ethnicity
                                            Non-Hispanic                                   Alien                                    Unknown                                                    Total                        Grand Total
Degree                                          M                   W                       M                   W                         M               W                            M                    W

Bachelors                               1,588               1,904                       131                     69                    46                  36                   2,223 2,709                                          4,932
Masters                                   365                 483                       158                     75                     0                   0                     594   646                                          1,240
Doctorate                                 141                 114                        93                     29                     1                   0                     250   156                                            406
Specialist                                  1                   3                         0                      0                     0                   0                       1     5                                              6
Pharmacy                                   13                  23                         1                      0                     0                   0                      20    36                                             56
Medicine                                   25                  22                         0                      0                    12                  13                      51    49                                            100
Law                                        53                  58                        10                      3                     0                   0                      89    77                                            166

Total by Gender 2,186                                       2,607                       393                 176                        59                 49                   3,228 3,678                                          6,906

Total by Ethnicity                                  4,793                                               569                                       108




Source: IPEDS Completions; Decision & Planning Support

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Degrees Awarded to Minority Students
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20-Year Trend
                                                BACHELORS                                                                                                                                 MASTERS
                   Black                                            Asian or     American Indian                                                   Black                                  Asian or      American Indian
                Non-Hispanic                Hispanic             Pacific Islanderor Alaskan Native                                              Non-Hispanic                  Hispanic Pacific Islander or Alaskan Native
Year

1980-81                  38                     205                           34                       50                                                 9                        44                     15                              10
1981-82                  39                     169                           41                       34                                                11                        37                      9                              14
1982-83                  54                     177                           37                       31                                                 4                        33                      9                              10
1983-84                  39                     205                           48                       23                                                 8                        34                      8                               9
1984-85                  32                     205                           57                       28                                                 5                        27                     17                              12
1985-86                  45                     215                           89                       27                                                15                        45                     22                               4
1986-87                  39                     228                           52                       13                                                 7                        32                     22                               3
1987-88                  39                     214                           80                       26                                                 5                        36                     11                               9
1988-89                  56                     268                           93                       18                                                 9                        33                     30                               7
1989-90                  59                     264                          120                       27                                                 5                        56                     20                              14
1990-91                  55                     317                          111                       23                                                16                        65                     23                              10
1991-92                  79                     410                          203                       38                                                16                        78                     35                              11
1992-93                  80                     438                          152                       40                                                18                        63                     18                              17
1993-94                  86                     510                          154                       49                                                17                       101                     34                              15
1994-95                  93                     506                          229                       57                                                23                        77                     44                              22
1995-96                  88                     556                          210                       55                                                22                        94                     42                              26
1996-97                  98                     617                          248                       70                                                20                        93                     33                              32
1997-98                  96                     706                          273                       63                                                23                        82                     53                              19
1998-99                 110                     678                          255                       87                                                20                        87                     47                              35
1999-00                 112                     698                          249                       99                                                21                        75                     42                              23




                                            DOCTORATE                                                                                                                                         LAW
                    Black                                           Asian or     American Indian                                                    Black                                 Asian or      American Indian
                 Non-Hispanic                Hispanic            Pacific Islanderor Alaskan Native                                               Non-Hispanic                 Hispanic Pacific Islander or Alaskan Native
Year

1980-81                     2                        5                         3                           1                                              0                        6                       0                              1
1981-82                     5                        7                         2                           0                                              0                        4                       0                              1
1982-83                     0                        3                         4                           2                                              0                        2                       1                              0
1983-84                     2                        5                         0                           1                                              1                        7                       1                              0
1984-85                     3                        5                         2                           4                                              2                        7                       1                              3
1985-86                     4                        5                         3                           2                                              2                        6                       2                              3
1986-87                     1                        4                         7                           1                                              1                        7                       0                              1
1987-88                     1                        6                         2                           0                                              3                        8                       0                              0
1988-89                     3                        4                        10                           1                                              0                        6                       2                              3
1989-90                     2                        8                         5                           1                                              1                       22                       5                              3
1990-91                     1                        7                         7                           4                                              1                       16                       2                              3
1991-92                     2                       19                         9                           2                                              4                       22                       9                              0
1992-93                     3                        8                        12                           1                                              5                       16                       6                              3
1993-94                     2                       18                         9                           3                                              3                       25                       5                              4
1994-95                     5                       13                        14                           6                                             11                       22                       8                              5
1995-96                     6                       18                        15                           1                                              5                       27                       6                              6
1996-97                     4                       16                        22                           4                                              7                       28                       9                              3
1997-98                     3                       18                         9                           1                                              6                       17                       9                              1
1998-99                     3                       17                        13                           3                                              3                       17                       6                              5
1999-00                     2                       15                        11                           0                                              5                       22                      10                              5




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Degrees Awarded to Minority Students
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20-Year Trend
                                                                         MEDICINE                                                                                                                                                               PHARMACY FIRST PROFESSIONAL
                      Black                                                                    Asian or     American Indian                                                                                    Black                                                                   Asian or      American Indian
                   Non-Hispanic                                 Hispanic                    Pacific Islanderor Alaskan Native                                                                               Non-Hispanic                                  Hispanic                  Pacific Islander or Alaskan Native
Year

1980-81                              0                                    5                                    3                                      2                                                                   —                                       —                           —                                     —
1981-82                              0                                    3                                    0                                      1                                                                   —                                       —                           —                                     —
1982-83                              0                                    2                                    0                                      0                                                                   —                                       —                           —                                     —
1983-84                              0                                    2                                    2                                      0                                                                   —                                       —                           —                                     —
1984-85                              0                                    2                                    2                                      0                                                                   —                                       —                           —                                     —
1985-86                              0                                    3                                    1                                      1                                                                   —                                       —                           —                                     —
1986-87                              0                                    0                                    1                                      0                                                                   —                                       —                           —                                     —
1987-88                              0                                    4                                    1                                      0                                                                   2                                       2                            0                                    0
1988-89                              1                                    9                                    3                                      1                                                                   0                                       4                            2                                    0
1989-90                              1                                    9                                    0                                      1                                                                   0                                       1                            0                                    1
1990-91                              3                                    7                                   12                                      2                                                                   0                                       3                            4                                    1
1991-92                              1                                   10                                    7                                      1                                                                   0                                       3                            3                                    3
1992-93                              0                                    9                                    2                                      0                                                                   1                                       5                            7                                    1
1993-94                              1                                    9                                    4                                      0                                                                   1                                       3                            2                                    1
1994-95                              0                                    5                                    4                                      0                                                                   1                                       3                            4                                    1
1995-96                              0                                   11                                    3                                      2                                                                   2                                       3                            7                                    0
1996-97                              2                                    7                                    5                                      0                                                                   2                                       6                            7                                    0
1997-98                              1                                   11                                    9                                      4                                                                   0                                       3                            8                                    1
1998-99                              4                                   11                                    8                                      1                                                                   2                                       6                            9                                    0
1999-00                              1                                   13                                   11                                      3                                                                   0                                       5                           13                                    1




                                                                                                                  Degrees Conferred to Minority Students,
                                                                                                                             20-Year Trend
1200


1000


800


600


400


200


     0
         1980-81

                       1981-82

                                         1982-83

                                                           1983-84

                                                                              1984-85

                                                                                                1985-86

                                                                                                                  1986-87

                                                                                                                                    1987-88

                                                                                                                                                      1988-89

                                                                                                                                                                        1989-90

                                                                                                                                                                                          1990-91

                                                                                                                                                                                                            1991-92

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          1998-99

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1999-00




                                                                                                                                          Bachelors                                       Masters                                       Doctorate

Source: IPEDS Completions; Decision & Planning Support

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             Majors Completed for a Degree, by College
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Completed majors are grouped by college and represent a student view of degree program completions. Each major in a double major is counted as a separate completion.
This student view attributes majors to the single college a student generally perceives to be offering the program.
In a workload view (such as the “Degrees Conferred by College/Unit and Degree Level” report), interdisciplinary degrees are mapped to the department of the thesis advisor,
credit for split-attribution degrees is divided between two colleges, and undergraduate interdisciplinary degrees are split out among the three departments and colleges in each
student’s program of study. See footnotes to identify degrees that would be reported differently in a workload view.

                                                                                 1995-96                                                   1996-97                                                   1997-98                                        1998-99                                                      1999-00


                                                                B           M FP D Total                                      B M FP D Total                                         B M FP D Total                                        B M FP D Total                                        B M FP D Total

ARIZONA INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE
Fine and Performing Arts                                            -        -        -       -           0                    -       -       -       -            0                    -       -        -       -       0                 -       -       -       -           0                    1       -        -       -   1
Liberal Studies                                                     -        -        -       -           0                    -       -       -       -            0                    -       -        -       -       0                 -       -       -       -           0                    5       -        -       -   5
Social Sciences                                                     -        -        -       -           0                    -       -       -       -            0                    -       -        -       -       0                1        -       -       -           1                    5       -        -       -   5
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
                                   a
Agric & Biosystems Engr                                         5           2         -       9       16                      7        4       -       3        14                       3       4        -       3       10               9        5       -       2       16                       7       7        -       2   16
Agric & Resource Economics                                     20           9         -       -       29                      12       6       -       -        18                   21          6        -       -       27               17 12            -       -       29                   17          8        -       -   25
Agric Educ                                                      5 10                  -       -       15                      5        7       -       -        12                       8       5        -       -       13               5        6       -       -       11                       -       7        -       -   7
Agric Tech Management                                           11           -        -       -       11                      10       -       -       -        10                   14          -        -       -       14               9        -       -       -           9                    -       -        -       -   0
Agric Tech Management & Educ                                        -        -        -       -           0                    -       -       -       -            0                    -       -        -       -       0                 -       -       -       -           0                18          -        -       -   18
Animal Sciences                                                36           2         -       3       41                      34       6       -       3        43                   31          5        -       7       43               25       2       -       2       29                   24          -        -       1   25
Biochemistry                                                    8            -        -       -           8                   3        -       -       -            3                    3       -        -       -       3                 -       -       -       -           0                    -       -        -       -   0
Dietetics                                                           -        -        -       -           0                    -       2       -       -            2                    -       2        -       -       2                 -       1       -       -           1                    -       3        -       -   3
Entomology                                                          -       4         -       1           5                    -       2       -       1            3                    -       -        -       2       2                 -       4       -       1           5                    -       -        -       2   2
Environmental Sciences                                         16            -        -       -       16                      26       -       -       -        26                   44          -        -       -       44               24       -       -       -       24                   22          -        -       -   22
Family & Consumer Resources                                     2           3         -       5       10                      1 12             -       2        15                       -       7        -       2       9                 -       4       -       4           8                    - 11             -       -   11
Family & Consumer Sci Educ                                      1            -        -       -           1                   1        -       -       -            1                    -       -        -       -       0                 -       -       -       -           0                    -       -        -       -   0
Family Studies                                                 117           -        -       - 117                       167          -       -       - 167                        187          -        -       - 187                147          -       -       - 147                            -       -        -       -   0
Family Studies & Human Develop.                                     -       -         -       -           0                    -       -       -       -            0                    -       -        -       -       0                 -       -       -       -           0               171          -        -       - 171
Food Science                                                        -       1         -       -           1                    -       -       -       -            0                    -       -        -       -       0                 -       -       -       -           0                 -          -        -       -   0
Home Economics Educ                                                 -       1         -       -           1                    -       -       -       -            0                    -       -        -       -       0                 -       -       -       -           0                    -       -        -       -   0
Human Nutrition & Dietetics                                     1            -        -       -           1                    -       -       -       -            0                    -       -        -       -       0                 -       -       -       -           0                    -       -        -       -   0
Interior Design                                                 4            -        -       -           4                   3        -       -       -            3                    1       -        -       -       1                1        -       -       -           1                    -       -        -       -   0
Merchandising & Fashion Promo                                   1            -        -       -           1                    -       -       -       -            0                    -       -        -       -       0                1        -       -       -           1                    -       -        -       -   0
Microbiology                                                   56            -        -       -       56                      61       -       -       -        61                   64          -        -       -       64               53       -       -       -       53                   55          -        -       -   55
Nutritional Science                                            33           6         -       -       39                      41       1       -       -        42                   44          5        -       -       49               48       4       -       -       52                   44          4        -       -   44
Pathobiology                                                        -       1         -       -           1                    -       -       -       -            0                    -       1        -       -       1                 -       -       -       3           3                    -       1        -       3   4
Plant Pathology                                                     -       2         -       -           2                    -       -       -       3            3                    -       2        -       5       7                 -       1       -       5           6                    -       2        -       2   4
Plant Science                                                       -       1         -       -           1                    -       3       -       4            7                    -       1        -       4       5                 -       4       -       5           9                    -       -        -       2   2
Plant Sciences                                                  7            -        -       -           7                   16       -       -       -        16                   13          -        -       -       13               10       -       -       -       10                   12          -        -       -   12
Range Management                                                    -       3         -       -           3                    -       -       -       -            0                    -       -        -       -       0                 -       3       -       -           3                    -       1        -       3   4
Renewable Natural Resource Stds                                     -       8         -       2       10                       -       6       -       2            8                    -       4        -       7       11                -       3       -       1           4                    -       4        -       3   7
Retailing & Consumer Studies                                   38            -        -       -       38                      49       -       -       -        49                   63          -        -       -       63               51       -       -       -       51                   81          -        -       -   81
Soil & Water Science                                           13            -        -       -       13                      7        -       -       -            7                    5       -        -       -       5                7        -       -       -           7                    4       -        -       -   4
Soil, Water & Environmental Sci                                     -       11        - 12            23                       - 14            -       5        19                       - 11             -       6       17                - 12            - 12            24                       - 17             -       7   24
Veterinary Science                                             18            -        -       -       18                      28       -       -       -        28                   25          -        -       -       25               31       -       -       -       31                   31          -        -       -   31
Watershed Management                                                -       7         -       4       11                       -       2       -       6            8                    -       4        -       3       7                 -       7       -       3       10                       -       6        -       -   6
Wildlife & Fisheries Science                                        -       8         -       1           9                    -       8       -       1            9                    - 11             -       3       14                -       9       -       5       14                       - 13             -       4   17
Wildlife Biology                                                1            -        -       -           1                    -       -       -       -            0                    -       -        -       -       0                 -       -       -       -           0                    -       -        -       -   0
Wildlife/Wtrshed/Rangeland Res                                 33            -        -       -       33                      28       -       -       -        28                   38          -        -       -       38               35       -       -       -       35                   32          -        -       -   32

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COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE
Architecture                                                       47 17                    -       -       64                  49 11                -       -       60           43          -       9       -       52                  61 19                 -       -       80           46      4           -   -   50
Landscape Architecture                                             12               3       -       -       15                   8           7       -       -       15               7 10            -       -       17                   3 10                 -       -       13               1   4           -   -    5
Planning                                                                - 15                -       -       15                       - 11            -       -       11               - 15            -       -       15                       - 20             -       -       20               - 12            -   -   12


COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Accounting                                                         188              -       -       - 188                   145              -       -       - 145                139         -       4       - 143                   150              5        -       - 155                159     8           -   - 167
Business Admin                                                          - 74                -       -       74                       - 101           -       - 101                    - 105           -       - 105                            - 146            -       - 146                    - 131           -   - 131
Business Economics                                                 23               -       -       -       23                  10           -       -       -       10           18          -       -       -       18                  34            -       -       -       34           26          -       -   -   26
Business Management                                                43               -       -       -       43                  52           -       -       -       52           75          -       -       -       75                  78            -       -       -       78           111         -       -   - 111
Criminal Justice Admin                                             24               -       -       -       24                  23           -       -       -       23           41          -       -       -       41                  31            -       -       -       31           26          -       -   -   26
Economics                                                          65 13                    -       2       80                  34           6       -       3       43           47 11               -   9           67                  59           3        -       6       68           59      5           -   1   65
Entrepreneurship                                                   18               -       -       -       18                  28           -       -       -       28           19          -       -       -       19                  36            -       -       -       36           27          -       -   -   27
Finance                                                            215              -       -       - 215                   222              -       -       - 222                202         -       -       - 202                   280               -       -       - 280                285         -       -   - 285
General Business Admin                                             117              -       -       - 117                       86           -       -       -       86           78          -       -       -       78                  51            -       -       -       51           19          -       -   -   19
Health & Human Services Admin                                      17               -       -       -       17                  15           -       -       -       15           10          -       -       -       10                  10            -       -       -       10           17          -       -   -   17
Management                                                              -           5       - 23            28                       -       2       - 18            20               -   6           - 12            18                       -       3        - 19            22               -       -       - 13    13
Management Information Systems                                     122 18                   -       - 140                   131 19                   -       - 150                173 25              -       - 198                   182 31                    -       - 213                239 44              -   - 283
Marketing                                                          176              -       -       - 176                   156              -       -       - 156                186         -       -       - 186                   212               -       -       - 212                230         -       -   - 230
Operations Management                                              25               -       -       -       25                  33           -       -       -       33           16          -       -       -       16                  25            -       -       -       25           45          -       -   -   45
Public Admin                                                            - 16                -       -       16                       - 27            -       -       27               - 29            -       -       29                       - 19             -       -       19               - 22            -   -   22
Public Management                                                  16               -       -       -       16                  11           -       -       -       11           18          -       -       -       18                  11            -       -       -       11           12          -       -   -   12
Real Estate                                                             2           -       -       -           2                1           -       -       -        1               -       -       -       -           0                    -        -       -       -        0               -       -       -   -    0


COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Bilingual/Bicultural Educ                                               -           8       -       -           8                    - 20            -       -       20               -   2           -       -           2                    -       1        -       -        1               -   3           -   -    3
Bilingual/Multicultural Educ                                            - 18                -       -       18                       - 14            -       -       14               - 14            -       -       14                       - 15             -       -       15               -   5           -   -    5
Chemistry                                                               1           -       -       -           1                    -       -       -       -        0               1       -       -       -           1                1            -       -       -        1               1       -       -   -    1
Earth Science                                                           1           -       -       -           1                2           -       -       -        2               4       -       -       -           4                7            -       -       -        7               2       -       -   -    2
                           b
Educational Admin                                                       -           5       -       5       10                       -       1       -       4        5               -       -       -       -           0                    -        -       -       -        0               -       -       -   -    0
Educational Leadership c                                                -           -       -       -           0                    -       -       -       1        0               -       -       -   3               3                    -       1        -       6        7               -       -       -   5    5
                                       d
Educational Psychology                                                  - 42                -       2       44                       - 23            - 11            34               - 22            -   7           29                       - 11             -       9       20               - 11            -   6   17
Elementary Educ                                                    211              -       -       - 211                   181              -       -       - 181                225         -       -       - 225                   203               -       -       - 203                231         -       -   - 231
English                                                            13               -       -       -       13                   1           -       -       -        1               6       -       -       -           6               11            -       -       -       11           10          -       -   -   10
Extended English                                                        9           -       -       -           9                    -       -       -       -        0           15          -       -       -       15                   6            -       -       -        6               6       -       -   -    6
French                                                                  -           -       -       -           0                    -       -       -       -        0               -       -       -       -           0                1            -       -       -        1               -       -       -   -    0
General Biology                                                         2           -       -       -           2                    -       -       -       -        0               3       -       -       -           3                1            -       -       -        1               1       -       -   -    1
German                                                                  -           -       -       -           0                1           -       -       -        1               1       -       -       -           1                    -        -       -       -        0               -       -       -   -    0
Higher Educ                                                             -           5       -       5       10                       - 10            -       8       18               -   8           -   8           16                       - 11             -       6       17               -   6           -   5   11
History                                                             11              -       -       -       11                       -       -       -       -        0           12          -       -       -       12                   9            -       -       -        9               3       -       -   -    3
Journalism                                                              -           -       -       -           0                    -       -       -       -        0               -       -       -       -           0                    -        -       -       -        0               1       -       -   -    1
Lang Arts - Social Studies                                              1           -       -       -           1                3           -       -       -        3               2       -       -       -           2                    -        -       -       -        0               -       -       -   -    0
                                       e
Lang, Reading & Culture                                                 - 63                - 12            75                       - 43            - 21            64               - 44            - 11            55                       - 47             - 16            63               - 39            - 19    58



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Mathematics                                                            11          -        -       -       11                       -       -       -       -            0               10          -        -       -       10               7        -       -       -           7                   7       -        -       -   7
Physical Education                                                     18          -        -       -       18                      23       -       -       -        23                  28          -        -       -       28               3        -       -       -           3                   9       -        -       -   9
Physics                                                                    -       -        -       -           0                    -       -       -       -            0                   -       -        -       -       0                1        -       -       -           1                   1       -        -       -   1
Political Science                                                      1           -        -       -           1                   2        -       -       -            2                   2       -        -       -       2                2        -       -       -           2                   2       -        -       -   2
Social Studies                                                         8           -        -       -           8                   7        -       -       -            7               10          -        -       -       10               9        -       -       -           9               16          -        -       -   16
Spanish                                                                4           -        -       -           4                   1        -       -       -            1               11          -        -       -       11               4        -       -       -           4               10          -        -       -   10
                                               f
Special Educ & Rehabilitation                                          24 86                -       7 117                           40 91            - 10 141                             41 69                -       4 114                    34 71            -       5 110                       32 68                -       7   7
Teaching & Teacher Educ                                                    - 38             -       9       47                       - 52            -       7        59                      - 22             -       2       24                - 24            -       7       31                      - 38             -       5   43


COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & MINES
Aerospace Engr                                                         30          9        -       -       39                      11 1             -       2        14                  17          4        -       2       23               12       2       -       -       14                  16          4        -       1   21
Chemical Engr                                                          28          8        -       1       37                      40 5             -       5        50                  38          8        -       2       48               43       4       -       2       49                  31          4        -       5   40
Civil Engr                                                             60          5        -       6       71                      62 10            -       5        77                  55          7        -       4       66               53       5       -       3       61                  47          6        -       2   55
Computer Engr                                                          29          -        -       -       29                      26       -       -       -        26                  38          -        -       -       38               46       -       -       -       46                  46          -        -       -   46
Electrical & Computer Engr                                                 - 53             - 17            70                       - 55            - 23             78                      - 36             - 11            47                - 38            - 12            50                      - 34             - 18        52
Electrical Engr                                                        81          -        -       -       81                      79       -       -       -        79                  65          -        -       -       65               60       -       -       -       60                  73          -        -       -   73
Energy Engr                                                                -       -        -       -           0                    -       -       -       -            0                   1       -        -       -       1                 -       -       -       -           0                   -       -        -       -   0
Engineering                                                                -       -        -       -           0                    -       -       -       -            0                   -       -        -       -       0                1        -       -       -           1                   4       -        -       -   4
Engr Mathematics g                                                     4           -        -       -           4                    -       -       -       -            0                   3       -        -       -       3                4        -       -       -           4                   4       -        -       -   4
                       h
Engr Mechanics                                                             -       1        -       -           1                    -       1       -       1            2                   -       -        -       3       3                 -       3       -       -           3                   -       2        -       -   2
Engr Physics                                                           6           -        -       -           6                    -       -       -       -            0                   5       -        -       -       5                5        -       -       -           5                   1       -        -       -   1
Environmental Engr                                                         -       6        -       1           7                    -       7       -       3        10                      - 10             -       -       10                -       1       -       -           1                   -       6        -       2   8
Environmental Hydrology & Water Res                                    14          -        -       -       14                      14       -       -       -        14                  11          -        -       -       11               3        -       -       -           3                   3       -        -       -   3
Geological & Geophysical Engr                                              -       4        -       1           5                    -       6       -       2            8                   -       6        -       2       8                 -       -       -       -           0                   -       -        -       -   0
Geological Engr                                                        15  -                -       -       15                       8 -             -       -         8                   9 -                 - -              9               15 -             - -             15                      9 -              -       -    9
Hydrology                                                              17 13                -       2       32                      14 21            -       7        42                  14 22                - 10            46                - 15            - 11            26                      - 22             -       9   31
Industrial Engr                                                        25          7        -       -       32                      20 10            -       -        30                  14          7        -       -       21               9        9       -       -       18                      6       9        -       -   15
Materials Science & Engr                                               22 10                -       8       40                      19       5       -       9        33                  18          6        -       4       28               21       3       -       7       31                  15          3        -       3   21
Mechanical Engr                                                        81 26                -       6 113                           93 18            -       4 115                        89 19                -       6 114                    73 13            -       7       93                  73 18                -       4   95
Mineral Economics                                                          -       1        -       4           5                    -       -       -       3            3                   -       -        -       1       1                 -       -       -       -           0                   -       -        -       -   0
Mining Geological & Geophysical Eng                                        -       5        -       1           6                    -       8       -       4        12                      -       7        -       3       10                -       5       -       -           5                   -       2        -       3   5
Mining Engr                                                            10          1        -       -       11                      10       2       -       2        14                  17          -        -       -       17               17       -       -       -       17                  19          -        -       -   19
Nuclear Engr                                                           10          4        -       3       17                      4        2       -       1            7                   5       1        -       1       7                 -       1       -       2           3                   -       -        -       1   1
Optical Engr                                                           13          -        -       -       13                      17       -       -       -        17                  14          -        -       -       14               19       -       -       -       19                  10          -        -       -   10
Reliability & Quality Engr                                                 -       4        -       -           4                    - 10            -       -        10                      -       4        -       -       4                 -       1       -       -           1                   -       6        -       -   6
Systems & Industrial Engr                                                  -       -        -       7           7                    -       -       -       5            5                   -       -        -       3       3                 -       -       -       4           4                   -       -        -       1   1
Systems Engr                                                           19          7        -       -       26                      22 10            -       -        32                  22 18                -       -       40               18       9       -       -       27                  21 17                -       -   38
Water Resources Admin                                                      -       2        -       -           2                    -       1       -       -            1                   -       1        -       -       1                 -       -       -       1           1                   -       1        -       1   2


COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS
Art                                                                        - 16             -       -       16                       - 20            -       -        20                      - 11             -       -       11                - 15            -       -       15                      -       9        -       -   9
Art Education                                                          15          3        -       -       18                      4        4       -       -            8                   7       4        -       -       11               10       2       -       -       12                  15          -        -       -   15
Art History                                                            26          6        -       -       32                      29       7       -       -        36                  33 11                -       -       44               30       7       -       -       37                  27          3        -       -   30
Composition (Music)                                                     -          2        -       -        2                       -       1       -       1         2                   - 2                 -       1        3                -       -       -       -        0                   -          -        -       -    0




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Conducting                                                         -           -        -       -        0                -           -       -       2         2                -       -        -       2        2               -           -        -       -        0                -       -       -   -    0
Dance                                                             12           -        -       -       12               20           -       -       -        20               28       -        -       -       28              11           -        -       -       11               21       -       -   -   21
Dramatic Theory                                                    5           -        -       -        5                8           -       -       -         8                9       -        -       -        9              16           -        -       -       16               12       -       -   -   12
                          i
Fine Arts Studies                                                 30           -        -       -       30               21           -       -        -       21               21       -        -       -       21              19           -        -       -       19               23       -       -   -   23
Media Arts                                                        144          9        -       - 153                    132          7       -        - 139                137          6        -       - 143                   135          9        -       - 144                126          9       -   - 135
Music                                                                 2        -        -       -        2                    4       -       -        -        4               10       -        -       -       10              18           -        -       -       18               11       4       -   9   44
Music Education                                                   14           2        -       4       20               16           1       -       6        23               23       3        -       2       28                   -       -        -       -        0               21       -       -   -   21
Music Theory                                                           -       1        -       -        1                    -       2       -       2         4                -       -        -       -           0                -       -        -       -        0                -       -       -   -    0
Musical Theatre                                                       1        -        -       -        1                    8       -       -        -        8                1       -        -       -           1                6       -        -       -        6                8       -       -   -    8
Musicology                                                             -       2        -       -        2                    -       -       -        -        0                -       -        -       -           0                -       -        -       -        0                -       -       -   -    0
Performance                                                       17           9        -       4       30               22 26                - 12             60               34 16             - 11            61              16           -        -       -       16               25       -       -   -   25
Studio Art                                                        100          -        -       - 100                    101          -       -        - 101                127          -        -       - 127                   85           -        -       -       85           117          -       -   - 117
Theatre Arts                                                           - 18             -       -       18                    - 22            -        -       22                - 19             -       -       19                   - 13             -       -       13                - 10            -   -   10
Theatre Arts Education                                                4        -        -       -        4                    4       -       -        -        4                5       -        -       -           5                7       -        -       -        7                2       -       -   -    2
Theatre Production                                                    11       -        -       -       11               16           -       -        -       16               22       -        -       -       22              13           -        -       -       13               14       -       -   -   14


COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES
Classics                                                          14           3        -       -       17               13           5       -        -       18               22       3        -       -       25               11          2        -       -       13               17       6       -   -   23
Creative Writing                                                  50 32                 -       -       82               60 20                -        -       80               55 33             -       -       88              69 27                 -       -       96               83 31            -   - 114
East Asian Studies                                                12           8        -       3       23               19           4       -       1        24               17       7        -       2       26              12           8        -       1       21                9 11            -   4   24
English                                                           102          9        -       2 113                    80           5       -       7        92               87       4        -       7       98              102          9        -       6 117                    97 13            -   8 118
English as a Second Language                                           - 12             -       -       12                    - 17            -        -       17                - 21             -       -       21                   - 17             -       -       17                -       7       -   -    7
French                                                            22           9        -       2       33               16           6       -       1        23               19       8        -       1       28              18           2        -       -       20               21       3       -   1   25
German Studies                                                    19           4        -       -       23               12           7       -        -       19                8       5        -       -       13              15           4        -       -       19               17       2       -   -   19
Italian                                                               3        -        -       -        3                    3       -       -        -        3                7       -        -       -           7                6       -        -       -       6                14       -       -   -   14
Portuguese                                                            1        -        -       -        1                    1       -       -        -        1                1       -        -       -           1                5       -        -       -        5                1       -       -   -    1
Religious Studies                                                 16           -        -       -       16               16           -       -        -       16               16       -        -       -       16              16           -        -       -       16               20       -       -   -   20
Rhetoric, Comp & Teaching Engl                                         -       -        -       7        7                    -       -       -       4         4                -       -        -       4           4                -       -        -       4        4                -       -       -   7    7
Russian                                                           10           7        -       -       17               13           9       -        -       22               11       6        -       -       17                   8       4        -       -       12                9       2       -   -   11
Spanish                                                           52       11           -       2       65               47 15                -       4        66               59       8        -       4       71              61           6        -       3       70               58 10            - 11    79


COLLEGE OF LAW
International Trade Law                                                -       - 14             -       14                    -       - 11             -       11                -       - 15             -       15                   -       - 17             -       17                -       - 15        -   15
Law                                                                    -       - 156            - 156                         -       - 159            - 159                     -       - 145            - 145                        -       - 146            - 146                     -       - 151       - 151




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COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
Cell Biology & Anatomy                                            -       -       -       -           0                     -       -       -       1        1                 -       -       -       1           1                    -       1       -       2       3                 -       -       -   3   3
Exercise & Sport Sciences                                         - 27            -       -           27                    - 21            -        -       21                -       6       -       -           6                    -       1       -       -       1                 -       1       -   -   1
Medicine                                                          -       - 98            -           98                    -       - 93             -       93                -       - 104           - 104                            -       - 88            -       88                -       - 100       - 100
Microbiology & Immunology                                         -       2       -       8           10                    -       -       -       8        8                 -       1       -       2           3                    -       2       -       2       4                 -       2       -   8   10
Public Health                                                     - 42            -       -           42                    - 33            -        -       33                - 55            -       -       55                       - 56            -       -       56                - 62            -   -   62


COLLEGE OF NURSING
Nursing                                                       100 33              -       6 139                         99 26               -       4 129                 106 37               -       2 145                        92 41               -       5 138                    89 35            -   5 129


COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
Pharmaceutical Sciences                                           -       4       -       8           12                    -       4       -       5        9                 -       6       -       9       15                       -       8       -       4       12                -       6       -   7   13
Pharmacy                                                          -       - 48            -           48                    -       - 51             -       51                -       - 58            -       58                       -       - 58            -       58                -       - 56        -   56


COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Health Education                                                  -       -       -       -           0                     -       -       -        -       0                 -       -       -       -           0                    -       -       -       -       0                35       -       -   -   35
Occupational Safety & Health                                      -       -       -       -           0                     -       -       -        -       0                 -       -       -       -           0                    -       -       -       -       0                 -       -       -   -   0


COLLEGE OF SCIENCE
Astronomy                                                     14          -       -       6           20                    -       -       -       6        6                5        1       -       9       15                       5       1       -       3       9                8        3       -   1   12
Atmospheric Sciences                                              6       7       -       5           18                    7       2       -       2        11               6        3       -       3       12                       8       5       -       5       18               5        4       -   2   11
Biochemistry                                                  58          -       -       4           62                40          -       -       4        44               50       4       -       7       61                   72          -       -       7       79               55       -       -   3   58
Biology                                                           -       -       -       -           0                     -       -       -       1        1                 -       -       -       -           0                    -       -       -       -       0                 -       -       -   -   0
Chemistry                                                     34 15               - 10                59                45 21               - 22             88               35 17            - 16            68                   44 18               - 22            84               29       8       - 15    52
Computer Science                                              31 15               -       2           48                25 17               - 10             52               37 24            -       1       62                   61 26               -       2       89               61 22            -   4   87
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology                                63          5       -       3           71                51          3       -       5        59               62       5       -       7       74                   61 12               -       7       80               57       5       -   4   66
General Biology                                               51          3       -       -           54                37          3       -        -       40               62       3       -       -       65                   54          4       -       -       58               49 10            -   -   59
Geology                                                           -       -       -       -           0                     -       -       -        -       0                1        -       -       -           1                    -       -       -       -       0                 -       -       -   -   0
Geosciences                                                   20          7       -       9           36                26 11               - 12             49                - 12            - 12            24                       - 12            -       9       21               1 13             -   9   23
Mathematics                                                   38          6       -       5           49                40 11               -       4        55               33 14            -       9       56                   43          7       -       1       51               28       8       -   8   44
Molecular & Cellular Biology                                  14          1       -       3 118                        108          2       -       3 113                 127          2       -       4 133                       148          1       -       5 154                132          2       -   6 140
Physics                                                       22 14               - 11                47                    4 10            - 13             27               13       4       -       6       23                   18          5       -       9       32               24       3       - 10    37
Planetary Sciences                                                -       -       -       5           5                     -       2       -       3        5                 -       2       -       4           6                    -       1       -       5       6                 -       -       -   5   5
Speech                                                            -       -       -       -           0                     -       -       -        -       0                 -       -       -       -           0                    -       -       -       -       0                1        -       -   -   1
Speech & Hearing Sciences                                     36 27               -       2           65                37 33               -        -       70               54 27            -       1       82                   54 24               -       6       84               45 23            -   3   71
Statistics                                                        -       4       -       1           5                     -       -       -       1        1                 -       -       -       -           0                    -       -       -       -       0                 -       -       -   -   0




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COLLEGE OF SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

Anthropology                                                   83 23              - 14 120                         83 19               - 16 118                             86 17               - 16 119                     102     9           - 14 125                        104 14                    - 16 134
Anthropology & Linguistics                                      -        -        -       -        0                   -       -       -       -            0                   -       -       -       1        1               -       -       -       -       0`                       -       -        -       -    0
Communication                                                  43       7         -       2 152                    155     4           -   5 164                        192 10                  -       4 206                165     1           -   4 170                       231              2        -       5 238
Geography                                                      16 14              -       5       35               14      9           -   3           26                   17          3       -       6       26           13      8           -   3           24                  12 18                 -       5   35
History                                                        98       11        -       6 115                    85      8           -   2           95                   91 12               -       7 110                106 10              -   3 119                       104              9        -       4 117
Info Resources & Library Sci                                    - 110             -       - 110                        - 91            -       -       91                       - 81            -       1       82               - 107           -   2 109                                - 87             -       1   88
Journalism                                                     37 12              -       -       49               47 18               -       -       65                   46          9       -       -       55           47 11               -       -       58                  42           3        -       -   45
Judaic Studies                                                  6        -        -       -        6                   7       -       -       -            7                8          -       -       -        8           10          -       -       -       10                  13           -        -       -   13
Latin American Studies                                          6 13              -       -       19               14 12               -       -       26                   14 17               -       -       31           18 19               -       -       37                  13 14                 -       -   27
Library Science                                                 - 37              -       -       37                   -   5           -       -            5                   -       -       -       -        0               -       -       -       -           0                    -       -        -       -    0
Linguistics                                                    14       1         -       3       18               10      5           -   6           21                   10          5       -       5       20            11     5           -   5           21                  12           7        -       1   20
Mexican American Studies                                        -        -        -       -        0                   0       -       -       -            0                0          -       -       -        0               0       -       -       -           0               12           -        -       -   12
Near Eastern Studies                                            5       5         -       1       11                   3 10            -   3           16                    2          4       -       1        7               5   7           -   6           18                   6           4        -       3   13
Oriental Studies                                                -        -        -       -        0                   1       -       -       -            1                1          -       -       -        1               1       -       -       -           1                1           -        -       -    1
Philosophy                                                     47       7         -       2       56               26      6           -   3           35                   25          1       -       9       35           25      2           -   3           30                  33           2        -       6   41
Political Science                                          249 10                 -       6 265                    237     1           -   5 243                        239             3       -       2 244                242     6           -   3 251                       245              6        -       2 253
Psychology                                                 245 12                 - 10 267                         279 15              -   6 300                        301 15                  - 20 336                     322 14              - 13 349                        292 19                    - 13 324
Regional Development                                           35        -        -       -       35               42          -       -       -       42                   42          -       -       -       42           38          -       -       -       38                  40           -        -       -   40
Sociology                                                  139 10                 -       4 153                    153     7           -   3 163                        130             7       -       3 140                123     6           -   7 136                           111          5        - 12 128
Women's Studies                                                 9        -        -       -        9               15      4           -       -       19                    8          5       -       -       13           18      5           -       -       23                   9           6        -       -   15


SCHOOL OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS
Health Educ                                                    11        -        -       -       11               12          -       -       -       12                   20          -       -       -       20           18          -       -       -       18                       -       -        -       -    0
Medical Tech                                                    4        -        -       -        4                11         -       -       -       11                   12          -       -       -       12           19          -       -       -       19                  18           -        -       -   18
Occupational Safety & Health                                    2        -        -       -        2                   -       -       -       -            0                   -       -       -       -        0               1       -       -       -           1                    -       -        -       -    0
Physiological Sciences                                     113           -        -       - 113                    122         -       -       - 122                    124             -       -       - 124                108         -       -       - 108                       80           -        -       -   80


INDEPENDENT ACADEMIC UNITS
Optical Sciences                                                - 27              - 16            43                   - 16            - 20            36                       - 21            - 20            41               - 25            - 16            41                       - 28             - 18        46




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GRADUATE INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMS

American Indian Studies                                           - 16                -       -       16                    - 29            -        -       29                      - 15            -       -       15                - 18            -        -       18                      - 17             -       -   17
Applied Mathematics                                               -       3           -       6       9                     -   9           -    3           12                      - 12            -       5       17                -   6           -    8           14                      -       5        -       7   12
Arid Lands Resource Sciences                                      -       -           -       1       1                     -       -       -    1               1                   -       -       -       3       3                 -       -       -    1               1                   -       -        -       1   1
Biomedical Engineering                                            -       -           -       -       0                     -       -       -        -           0                   -       -       -       0       0                 -       -       -    0               0                   -       1        -       -   1
Cancer Biology                                                    -       -           -       -       0                     -       -       -    5               5                   -       -       -       1       1                 -       -       -    3               3                   -       -        -       1   1
Comp Cultural & Literary Studies                                  -       2           -       3       5                     -   2           -    2               4                   -       4       -       3       7                 -   1           -    3               4                   -       4        -       -   4
Epidemiology                                                              1           -       -       1                     -   3           -        -           3                   -       2       -       2       4                 -   1           -    2               3                   -       2        -       1   3
Genetics                                                          -       1           -       1       2                     -   3           -    1               4                   -       3       -       2       5                 -   3           -    1               4                   -       2        -       -   2
Gerontology                                                       -       -           -       -       0                     -   9           -        -           9                   -       3       -       -       3                 -   5           -        -           5                   - 10             -       -   10
Insect Science                                                    -       -           -       -       0                     -       -       -        -           0                   -       -       -       1       1                 -       -       -    1               1                   -       -        -       2   2
Neuroscience                                                      -       1           -       3       4                     -       -       -    4               4                   -       -       -       2       2                 -       -       -    4               4                   -       1        -       5   6
Nutritional Science                                               -       -           -       7       7                     -       -       -    7               7                   -       -       -       2       2                 -       -       -    7               7                   -       -        -       5   5
Pharmacology & Toxicology                                         - 12                -       8       20                    - 11            - 11             22                      - 10            - 16            26                - 13            -    9           22                      -       4        - 10        14
Physiological Sciences                                            -       2           -       3       5                     -   2           -    4               6                   -       9       -       1       10                -   3           -    4               7                   - 11             -       7   18
Sec Lang Acquisitn & Teaching                                     -       -           -       8       8                     -       -       -    4               4                   -       -       -       6       6                 -       -       - 11             11                      -       -        -       8   8


UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
Interdisciplinary Studies k                                   38          -           -       -       38                   39       -       -        -       39                  39          -       -       -       39               38       -       -        -       38                  44          -        -       -   44



DOUBLE MAJORS COMPLETED                                                                   264                                                   311                                                      376                                               373                                              434




Notes:In workload view reports:
a
  Degree credit is split 50-50 with the College of Engineering & Mines.
b
  The Masters degrees include 6 Specialist degrees for 1994-95, 3 for 1995-96, and 1 for 1996-97.
c
  The Masters degrees include 1 Specialist degree.
d
  The Masters degrees include 1 Specialist degree for 1995-96, 2 for 1996-97, 4 for 1997-98 and 4 for 1998-99.
e
  The Masters degrees include 1 Specialist degrees for 1995-96, 1 for 1996-97, 3 for 1997-98, 4 for 1998-99 and 2 for 1999-00.
f
  The Masters degrees include3 Specialist degrees for 1995-96, 1 for 1996-97, 2 for 1997-98, 4 for 1998-99 and 4 for 1999-00.
g
  Degree credit is split 50-50 with the Mathematics Department in the College of Science.
h
  Degree credit is split 50-50 with the Physics Department in the College of Science.
i
  Degree credit is divided three ways with 1/3 in Fine Arts and the remaining 2/3 divided between the other two departments and colleges in the student’s study program.
j
  Graduate College Interdisciplinary degrees are credited to the academic department providing majority funding for the thesis advisor.
k
  Degree credit is divided three ways with 1/3 in the colleges of Fine Arts or Science and the remaining 2/3 divided between the other two departments
  and colleges in the student’s study program.




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1993-2000
MAJOR                                                       DEGREE                          1993            1994                  1995                1996                1997                1998                1999                 2000

Accounting                                                      Bach.                        5                   2                  -                  3                   1                   1                       5                    3
American Indian Studies                                         Masters                       -                  -                  -                  -                   -                   1                       -                    -
Anthropology                                                    Bach.                        1                   -                  2                  2                   5                   8                       4                    2
Art Education                                                   Masters                       -                  -                  -                  -                   -                   -                       1                    -
Bilingual/Multicult. Ed.                                        Masters                       -                  -                  -                  1                   -                   2                       1                    4
Biochemistry                                                    Bach.                         -                  1                  -                  1                   -                   -                       -                    -
Business Economics                                              Bach.                         -                  -                  -                  -                   1                   -                       2                    2
Business Management                                             Bach.                         -                  -                  -                  -                   -                   2                       5                   12
Chemistry                                                       Bach.                        1                   -                  -                  -                   -                   -                       1                    -
Classics                                                        Bach.                         -                  -                  -                  -                   -                   -                       -                    1
Communication                                                   Bach.                        1                   -                  -                  -                   -                   -                       2                    5
                                                                Cert.                         -                  -                  -                  -                   1                   -                       -                    -
Computer Engineering                                            Bach.                         -                  1                  -                  -                   -                   1                       1                    -
Computer Science                                                Bach.                         -                  -                  -                  -                   -                  11                       8                   11
Creative Writing                                                Bach.                        1                   -                  -                  1                   1                   2                       -                    1
Criminal Justice                                                Bach.                         -                  -                  -                  -                   -                   -                       -                    1
Dance                                                           Bach.                        1                   -                  -                  -                   -                   -                       -                    -
Earth Science                                                   Bach.                         -                  -                  -                  1                   -                   -                       -                    -
Economics                                                       Bach.                         -                  1                  -                  -                   -                   -                       -                    -
Educational Psych.                                              Masters                      1-                  -                  -                  -                   2                   4                      22                   20
Elec. Eng.                                                      Bach.                         -                  -                  -                  -                   1                   -                       -                    -
                                                                Masters                      5                   3                  1                  -                   -                   -                       -                    -
                                                                Ph.D.                        1                   -                  1                  -                   -                   -                       -                    -
Elementary Education                                            Bach.                       23                  56                 72                 81                  94                  78                      64                   57
                                                                Masters                      1                   1                  1                  -                   -                   -                       -                    -
                                                                Cert.                        9                   9                  9                  9                   8                   9                      10                    7
English                                                         Bach.                        1                   2                  1                 10                  10                  13                       8                    5
                                                                Cert.                         -                  -                  -                  -                   2                   -                       -                    -
                                                                Masters                       -                  -                  -                  -                   -                   1                       -                    -
Entrepreneurship                                                Bach.                         -                  -                  -                  -                   -                   1                       -                    -
Extended English                                                Bach.                         -                  -                  -                  -                   6                   1                       3                    -
Family Studies                                                  Bach.                         -                  1                  2                  1                   7                  10                       7                    5
Finance                                                         Bach.                         -                  1                  2                  2                   1                   3                       6                    1
Fine Arts Studies                                               Bach.                         -                  -                  -                  1                   -                   -                       -                    -
French                                                          Bach.                        1                   -                  -                  -                   -                   -                       -                    -
General Biology                                                 Bach.                        1                   -                  -                  -                   1                   -                       -                    -
General Business Admin.                                         Bach.                         -                  3                  1                  2                   5                   5                      10                    7
General Fine Arts Studies                                       Bach.                         -                  1                  1                  -                   -                   -                       -                    -
Geography                                                       Bach.                         -                  -                  -                  -                   -                   -                       -                    1
Gerontology                                                     Masters                       -                  -                  -                  -                   -                   -                       -                    1
Hlth & Hum Srvc Admin                                           Bach.                         -                  -                  -                  -                   1                   1                       -                    -
Higher Education                                                Doctorate                     -                  -                  -                  -                   -                   1                       2                    -
History                                                         Bach.                        1                   -                  1                  3                   3                   5                      13                    7
                                                                Cert.                         -                  -                  -                  1                   1                   1                       -                    -
Human Resources Mgmt                                            Bach.                         -                  -                  1                  1                   -                   -                       -                    -
Industrial Engineering                                          Bach.                         -                  -                  -                  -                   -                   1                       -                    -
Interdisciplinary Studies                                       Bach.                        1                   -                  -                  -                   -                   -                       2                    -
Journalism                                                      Bach.                         -                  -                  -                  -                   -                   1                       1                    1
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MAJOR                                                           DEGREE                      1993                 1994              1995                1996                1997                 1998                1999                 2000

Language Arts-Social Stud.                                      Bach.                        -                    -                 1                   -                   -                    -                       -                    -
Language, Reading & Culture                                     Masters                      -                    1                 -                   -                   -                    1                       -                    -
                                                                Doctorate                    -                    -                 -                   -                   -                    2                       2                    1
Latin American Studies                                          Bach.                        -                    -                 -                   -                   -                    -                       1                    1
Library Science                                                 Masters                      -                    -                 -                   1                   2                    -                       -                    -
Mgmt Info Systems                                               Bach.                        -                    1                 2                   2                   2                    -                      10                    1
Marketing                                                       Bach.                        -                    1                 -                   1                   1                    1                       6                    5
Mathematics                                                     Bach.                        -                    1                 -                   2                   3                    4                       5                    4
                                                                Cert.                        -                    -                 -                   -                   -                    3                       -                    -
Media Arts                                                      Bach.                        1                    1                 1                   -                   -                    2                       1                    -
Mexican American Stud.                                          Bach.                        -                    -                 -                   -                   1                    -                       -                    -
Microbiology                                                    Bach.                        -                    -                 1                   -                   -                    -                       1                    1
Molecular & Cellular Biology                                    Bach.                        -                    -                 -                   -                   1                    2                       -                    -
Music                                                                                        -                    -                 -                   1                   -                    -                       -                    -
Music Education                                                 Bach.                        -                    -                 -                   -                   1                    1                       -                    -
                                                                Masters                      1                    -                 -                   -                   -                    -                       -                    -
Nutritional Science                                             Bach.                        1                    -                 -                   -                   -                    -                       -                    1
Operations Mgmt.                                                Bach.                        -                    -                 1                   -                   -                    -                       -                    2
Personnel Mgmt.                                                 Bach.                        -                    -                 -                   -                   -                    -                       1                    -
Philosophy                                                      Bach.                        -                    -                 -                   -                   1                    -                       -                    -
Political Science                                               Bach.                       13                    8                10                  12                  15                   20                      20                   14
Pre-Business                                                    Bach                         -                    -                 -                   -                   -                    -                       -                    2
Pre-Computer Science                                            Bach.                        -                    -                 -                   8                  18                   14                      16                   12
Pre-Education                                                   Bach.                       39                   19                 9                  20                  10                   16                      10                   15
Pre-Nursing                                                     Bach.                        -                    1                 -                   -                   -                    -                       -                    -
Pre-Pharmacy                                                    Bach.                        -                    -                 1                   -                   1                    1                       1                    1
Pre-Physiological Science                                       Bach.                        -                    -                 -                   -                   -                    -                       1                    -
Psychology                                                      Bach.                       20                   15                21                  28                  28                   26                      20                   28
                                                                Doctorate                    -                    -                 -                   -                   -                    1                       -                    1
Public Management                                               Bach.                        -                    1                 -                   -                   -                    1                       -                    1
Russian                                                         Bach.                        -                    1                 -                   -                   -                    -                       -                    -
Retailing & Consumer Science                                    Bach.                        -                    -                 -                   -                   -                    -                       -                    1
Secondary Ed (non-cert.)                                        Bach.                        -                    -                 -                   2                   -                    -                       -                   28
Secondary Ed.                                                   Cert.                        -                    -                 3                   6                   5                    -                       5                    3
Social Studies                                                  Bach.                        -                    -                 -                   -                   3                    8                      10                    -
                                                                Cert.                        -                    -                 -                   -                   2                    1                       1                    -
Sociology                                                       Bach.                        -                    1                 -                   1                   2                    -                       1                    -
Spanish                                                         Bach.                        -                    -                 -                   -                   -                    -                       3                    2
Special Educ. & Rehab.                                          Masters                      1                    -                 1                   -                   -                    5                       7                    8
                                                                Doctorate                    -                    -                 -                   -                   -                    1                       -                    -
Speech & Hearing Sciences                                       Bach.                        1                    -                 -                   -                   -                    -                       -
Studio Art                                                      Bach.                        -                    -                 -                   2                   1                    1                       -                    -
Teaching & Teacher Ed.                                          Masters                      1                    2                 7                   4                   6                    9                       8                    5
                                                                Doctorate                    -                    -                 -                   -                   -                    1                       1                    1
No Major Selected                                               Bach.                       52                   36                24                  60                  84                   92                      71                   54

TOTAL                                                                                   184                  171                   177                 270                 338                  376                 379                  344
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Faculty Workload Student Credit Hours
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By College

Fall 2000
                                                                      Lower                                           Upper                                                                                          Total
College                                                             Division                                        Division                                 Graduate                                                SCH

Agriculture                   8,486                                                                                     10,995                                       3,497                                       22,978
Architecture                  1,828                                                                                      1,783                                         936                                        4,547
Fine Art                     16,621                                                                                     10,652                                       2,939                                       30,212
Humanities                   46,241                                                                                     13,386                                       2,819                                       62,446
Science                      55,768                                                                                     12,356                                       7,224                                       75,348
Social & Behavioral Sciences 41,517                                                                                     28,514                                       6,310                                       76,341
Business                     13,900                                                                                     24,922                                       7,511                                       46,333
Education                     1,204                                                                                     10,434                                       6,110                                       17,748
Engineering & Mines           7,978                                                                                      9,975                                       6,803                                       24,756
Health Professions              586                                                                                        979                                          69                                        1,634
Medicine                      1,772                                                                                      2,106                                       6,986                                       10,864
Nursing                         392                                                                                      2,680                                         865                                        3,937
Pharmacy                         56                                                                                      2,454                                       1,515                                        4,025
Public Health                   180                                                                                        759                                         957                                        1,896
Law                               -                                                                                          -                                       6,898                                        6,898
Military Programs               906                                                                                        591                                           -                                        1,497
University General Programs   6,972                                                                                      2,736                                       3,164                                       12,872
Arizona International Campus  2,301                                                                                        760                                           -                                        3,061
University of Arizona South     156                                                                                      2,263                                         362                                        2,781

TOTAL                                                               206,864                                         138,346                                      64,965                                      410,175



Notes:
1) Detailed SCH figures by department are available on our web site: http://daps.arizona.edu/. These figures may not exactly match
those in the department tables due to rounding differences.
2) These totals will differ from official FTE and SCH reported to ABOR because of differences in methods of calculation for College of
Medicine and certain special courses such as correspondence courses, international study, some courses coordinated by Extended
University, etc. This table represents the SCH actually produced by faculty in the colleges.




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Employees
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Fall 2000


                                                                                   Total                                                     Full-Time                                                                  FTE

                                                                 Men              Women                Total                         Men Women Total                                               Men              Women                        Total


Executive Administrators                                             31                22                  53                         31                 21               52                       31.00                21.35                    52.35

Other Administrators                                                 69                44               113                           67                 42           109                          67.60                43.30                110.90

Department Heads
and Directors (Academic)                                             87               17               104                           85              17               102                          86.11                16.20                102.31

Instructional Faculty a                                         1,091                 429           1,520                        1,049               415          1,464                    1,061.86                 418.78              1,480.64

Other Faculty b                                                  435                  361              796                           237             191              428                      317.63               261.82                   579.45

Graduate Assistants
and Associates (Teaching)                                        629                  665           1,294                                0               0                0                    282.43               290.27                   572.70

Graduate Assistants and
Associates (Research)                                            753                  456           1,209                                0               0                0                    341.66               200.24                   541.90

Graduate Assistants and
Associates (Other) c                                                 82                65              147                               0               0                0                        33.41                27.16                    60.57

Professional                                                    1,167                 929           2,096                        1,074               801          1,875                    1,125.84                 874.70              2,000.54

Classified Staff                                                2,234             3,842             6,076                        1,930           3,046            4,976                    2,061.49                3,468.96             5,530.45


TOTAL                                                           6,578             6,830            13,408                        4,473           4,533            9,006                    5,409.03                5,622.78             11,031.81




a
  Includes regular tenured and tenure-track instructional faculty, permanent lecturers, and permanent faculty in the Arizona International College
b
  Includes adjunct, emeritus, clinical, research, and visiting faculty; non-tenure-track instructors; and non-permanent lecturers
c
  Includes graduate assistants and associates not on teaching or research appointments (e.g., residence hall head residents)




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Employees
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By Type




                                                                                                         Employees by Type

                                                                                                                 Administrators
                                                                                                                     2%

                                                                                                                                                                Faculty
                                                                                                                                                                 17%




                                                        Staff
                                                        45%
                                                                                                                                                                                 Graduate Assistants
                                                                                                                                                                                       20%




                                                                                                                                  Professional
                                                                                                                                     16%




                                                                                        Executive Administrators

                                                                                                    1991-92                                            69
                                                                                                    1992-93                                            66
                                                                                                    1993-94                                            68
                                                                                                    1994-95                                            65
                                                                                                    1995-96                                            65
                                                                                                    1996-97                                            63
                                                                                                    1997-98                                            62
                                                                                                    1998-99                                            61
                                                                                                    1999-00                                            56
                                                                                                    2000-01                                            53




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Instructional Faculty and Graduate Assistants
and Associates (Teaching)
○   ○    ○   ○   ○   ○   ○   ○   ○   ○   ○   ○   ○   ○    ○   ○   ○   ○   ○   ○    ○   ○   ○    ○    ○    ○    ○   ○   ○    ○    ○       ○   ○   ○    ○   ○    ○       ○   ○    ○   ○   ○   ○   ○   ○    ○   ○    ○   ○   ○   ○   ○    ○   ○   ○   ○   ○   ○    ○   ○   ○


2000-01
                                                                                                HEADCOUNT                                                                                                                         FTE

                                                                      TOTAL                                                                      FULL-TIME

                                                     Men              Women                    Total                       Men                       Women                          Total                    Men              Women                        Total

Department Head                                       87                       17                   104                          85                            17                       102               86.11                    16.20               102.31
Professor                                            591                      128                   719                         558                           121                       679              569.16                   123.50               692.66
Associate Professor                                  286                      145                   431                         280                           141                       421              280.40                   140.51               420.91
Assistant Professor                                  178                      125                   303                         175                           122                       297              176.30                   123.77               300.07
Lecturer/Instructor                                   36                       31                    67                          36                            31                        67               36.00                    31.00                67.00

        Subtotal                                 1,178                        446              1,624                       1,134                              432                   1,566               1,147.97                  434.98 1,582.95

Graduate Assistants
  (Teaching)                                         442                      456                   898                              0                             0                        0            190.13                   190.47               380.60
Graduate Associates
  (Teaching)                                         187                      209                   396                              0                             0                        0                92.30                    99.80            192.10

        Subtotal                                     629                      665              1,294                                 0                             0                        0            282.43                   290.27               572.70

             Total                               1,807                    1,111                2,918                       1,150                              418                   1,568               1,430.40                  725.25 2,155.65




                                                                                                                                 HEADCOUNT
                                                Black                                 Asian or      American Indian      White                                                                          Nonresident
                                             Non-Hispanic                 Hispanic Pacific Islander or Alaskan Native Non-Hispanic                                                                           Alien                Unknown                      TOTAL

Department Head                                       2                            5                           3                                  1                              92                               1                        0                   104
Professor                                             4                           23                          39                                  9                             636                               5                        3                   719
Associate Professor                                   9                           20                          25                                  1                             363                               9                        4                   431
Assistant Professor                                   4                           21                          14                                  4                             222                              29                        9                   303
Lecturer/Instructor                                   1                            5                           2                                  0                              57                               2                        0                    67

        Subtotal                                     20                           74                          83                                 15                            1,370                             46                    16                  1,624

Graduate Assistants
  (Teaching)                                         13                           42                          25                                 22                             508                          211                       77                      898
Graduate Associates
  (Teaching)                                          3                           29                           8                                  3                             242                              92                    19                      396

Subtotal                                             16                           71                          33                                 25                             750                          303                       96                  1,294

Total                                                36                       145                        116                                     40                            2,120                         349                      112                  2,918

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Employees by Ethnicity
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Fall 2000
                                                                                                                                   American
                                                                                                     Asian or                      Indian or
                                                    Black                                             Pacific                       Alaskan    White     Nonresident
                                                 Non-Hispanic Hispanic                               Islander                        Native Non-Hispanic    Alien    Unknown                                                                     TOTAL

Executive Administrators                                     2                       4                        1                              1                       45                            0                        0                        53

Other Administrators                                         4                       8                        4                              0                       97                            0                        0                    113

Department Heads
and Directors                                                2                       5                        3                              1                       92                            1                        0                    104

Instructional Faculty a                                   18                      69                         80                          14                  1,278                             45                          16                1,520

Other Faculty b                                           18                      33                         36                          10                      609                           46                          44                    796

Graduate Assistants
and Associates (Teaching)                                16                      71                          33                         25                       750                          303                          96                1,294

Graduate Assistants
and Associates (Research)                                 11                      41                         38                          13                      529                          507                          70                1,209

Graduate Assistants
and Associates (Other) c                                     1                       8                        5                              2                       60                        67                           4                    147

Professional                                             63                      142                     102                             28                  1,445                            264                          52                2,096

Classified Staff                                         129                 1,345                       141                            126                  4,103                             65                      167                   6,076

TOTAL                                                    264                 1,726                       443                            220                  9,008                        1,298                        449                  13,408




a
    Includes regular tenured & tenure-track instructional faculty, permanent lecturers, & permanent faculty on the
    Arizona International Campus
b
    Includes adjunct, emeritus, clinical, research, & visiting faculty; non-tenure-track instructors; and non-permanent lecturers
c
    Includes graduate assistants and associates not on teaching or research appointments (e.g., residence hall head residents)




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Faculty and Staff by Ethnicity
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                               Black                                                                         Asian or                              American Indian
                            Non-Hispanic                                 Hispanic                         Pacific Islander                         or Alaskan Native                                 Other                               TOTAL
                            Number                %                  Number               %                       Number %                              Number %                            Number                   %

Classified
1986-87                          164             2.9                   826               14.7                       74             1.3                      139             2.5                  4,425               78.6                 5,628
1987-88                          167             3.0                   910               16.2                       73             1.3                      138             2.5                  4,326               77.1                 5,614
1988-89                          203             3.3                   958               15.5                       85             1.4                      165             2.7                  4,771               77.2                 6,182
1989-90                          204             3.3                   946               15.3                       87             1.4                      164             2.7                  4,784               77.3                 6,185
1990-91                          209             3.4                   978               15.8                       92             1.5                      164             2.7                  4,740               76.7                 6,183
1991-92                          169             2.9                   992               17.0                       96             1.6                      148             2.5                  4,439               76.0                 5,844
1992-93                          163             2.8                 1,009               17.5                       97             1.7                      143             2.5                  4,360               75.5                 5,772
1993-94                          138             2.7                   959               18.4                       98             1.9                      136             2.6                  3,869               74.4                 5,200
1994-95                          134             2.6                 1,013               19.4                      111             2.1                      140             2.7                  3,822               73.2                 5,220
1995-96                          150             2.7                 1,160               20.6                      124             2.2                      148             2.6                  4,053               71.9                 5,635
1996-97                          141             2.5                 1,193               20.8                      138             2.4                      147             2.6                  4,122               71.8                 5,741
1997-98                          133             2.3                 1,236               21.5                      133             2.3                      127             2.2                  4,131               71.7                 5,760
1998-99                          138             2.3                 1,279               21.7                      136             2.3                      130             2.2                  4,200               71.4                 5,883
1999-00                          131             2.2                 1,291               21.6                      149             2.5                      138             2.3                  4,288               71.5                 5,997
2000-01                          129             2.1                 1,345               22.1                      141             2.3                      126             2.3                  4,335               71.2                 6,076

Appointed
1986-87                           39             0.6                     170              2.5                      249             3.7                      34              0.5                  6,305               92.8                 6,797
1987-88                           46             0.7                     173              2.5                      210             3.1                      34              0.5                  6,328               93.2                 6,791
1988-89                           40             0.6                     183              2.9                      149             2.4                      36              0.6                  5,810               93.4                 6,218
1989-90                           48             0.7                     206              3.2                      165             2.6                      41              0.6                  5,954               92.8                 6,414
1990-91                           60             0.9                     257              3.9                      187             2.8                      44              0.7                  6,080               91.7                 6,628
1991-92                           68             1.0                     256              3.9                      191             2.9                      46              0.7                  6,056               91.5                 6,617
1992-93                           75             1.1                     276              4.2                      194             2.9                      43              0.7                  5,889               91.1                 6,587
1993-94                           92             1.3                     278              4.1                      232             3.4                      47              0.7                  6,190               90.5                 6,839
1994-95                           98             1.4                     282              4.1                      330             4.8                      64              0.9                  6,039               88.6                 6,813
1995-96                           96             1.4                     314              4.6                      329             4.8                      75              1.1                  6,078               88.2                 6,892
1996-97                          104             1.5                     295              4.4                      308             4.6                      67              1.0                  5,939               88.5                 6,713
1997-98                          121             1.8                     308              4.5                      311             4.6                      77              1.1                  5,997               88.0                 6,814
1998-99                          115             1.7                     338              4.9                      306             4.4                      79              1.1                  6,060               87.9                 6,898
1999-00                          122             1.7                     352              4.9                      288             4.0                      95              1.4                  6,338               88.1                 7,195
2000-01                          135             1.9                     381              5.2                      302             4.1                      94              1.3                  6,420               87.6                 7,332

Total Employees
1986-87         203                              1.6                   996                8.0                      323             2.6                      173             1.4                 10,730               86.4                12,425
1987-88         213                              1.7                 1,083                8.7                      283             2.3                      172             1.4                 10,654               85.9                12,405
1988-89         243                              2.0                 1,141                9.2                      234             1.9                      201             1.6                 10,581               85.3                12,400
1989-90         252                              2.0                 1,152                9.1                      252             2.0                      205             1.6                 10,738               85.2                12,599
1990-91         269                              2.1                 1,235                9.6                      279             2.2                      208             1.6                 10,820               84.5                12,811
1991-92         237                              1.9                 1,248               10.0                      287             2.3                      194             1.6                 10,495               84.2                12,461
1992-93         238                              1.9                 1,285               10.4                      291             2.4                      186             1.5                 10,359               83.8                12,359
1993-94         230                              1.9                 1,237               10.3                      330             2.7                      183             1.5                 10,059               83.6                12,039
1994-95         232                              1.9                 1,295               10.8                      441             3.7                      204             1.7                  9,861               81.9                12,033
1995-96         246                              2.0                 1,474               11.8                      453             3.6                      223             1.8                 10,131               80.9                12,527
1996-97         245                              2.0                 1,488               11.9                      446             3.6                      214             1.7                 10,061               80.8                12,454
1997-98         254                              2.0                 1,544               12.3                      444             3.5                      204             1.6                 10,128               80.5                12,574
1998-99         253                              2.0                 1,617               12.7                      442             3.5                      209             1.6                 10,260               80.3                12,781
1999-00         253                              2.0                 1,643               12.5                      437             3.4                      233             1.8                 10,626               80.6                13,192
2000-01         264                              2.0                 1,726               12.9                      443             3.3                      220             1.6                 10,755               80.2                13,408
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Percentage Increases in Salary
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                                                                                                        Special                           Cost of
Year                                                                             Merit               Adjustments a                        Living                           Total                        CPI b                   HEPI c



1986-87                 All Employees                                            5.00                        1.20                           —                              6.20                         2.20                        4.00
1987-88                 All Employees                                            1.50                         —                             —                              1.50                         4.10                        4.40
1988-89                 Classified Staff                                           —                          —                            3.50                            3.50                         4.70                        5.30
                        All Other Employees                                      1.00                        0.50                          2.00                            3.50
1989-90                 All Employees                                              —                         0.25                          1.25                            1.50                         4.80                        6.00
1990-91                 All Employees                                              —                         4.25                          4.50                            8.75                         5.40                        5.20
1991-92                 All Employees                                              —                          —                             —                              0.00                         3.20                        3.60
1992-93                 All Employees                                              —                          —                            2.24d                           2.24d                        3.10                        2.90
1993-94                 All Employees                                              —                          —                            0.00e                           0.00e                        2.50                        3.40
1994-95                 Faculty                                                    —                         1.70                          5.00                            6.70f                        2.70                        3.00
                        All Other Employees                                        —                          —                            5.00                            5.00f
1995-96                 All Employees                                            2.00g                        —                             —                              2.00g                        2.50                        3.00
1996-97                 All Employees                                              —                          —                            2.47h                           2.47h                        3.30                        3.00
1997-98                 All Employees                                            2.50i                        —                            2.50j                           5.00                         1.70                        3.50
1998-99                 All Employees                                            2.50k                       1.30l                          —                              2.50                         1.60                        3.25
1999-00                 All Employees                                            2.00 m                      0.05n                          —                              2.00                         2.70                        3.50
2000-01                 All Employees                                            2.00o                        —                             —                              2.00                         3.40                        3.70




Note: In 1986-87 all increases were effective as of January 1.

a
   Includes special adjustments as market/equity, reclassifications, regrades, and promotions.
b
   Consumer Price Index. Calendar year; final year estimated. Based on fall data.
c
  Higher Education Price Index Salary Subindex. Last year projected.
d
  All employees received a $1,000 increase, effective 4-1-93. This means no increase from 7-1-92 to 3-31-93, but on 4-1-93, each employee received an
  increase of $250.
e
  The $1,000 per employee was added to the base salary of each employee on 7-1-93. Since this increase was actually given for 1992-93, technically, there
  was no increase for 1993-94.
f
  Faculty received 4.7% on 7-1-94, and 2.0% increase 4-1-95. All other employees received 3.0% on 7-1-94, and 2.0% on 4-1-95.
g
  Effective January 1, 1996.
h
  Effective April 1, 1997, each employee will receive $500 plus 1%.
i
  Effective January 1, 1998; to a maximum of 5%.
j
  Effective October 1, 1997; to a maximum of $1,000.
k
  Effective January 1, 1999; to a maximum of 5%.
l
  Effective October 1, 1998; Classification Salary Adjustments (CSA) for select employee classifications furthest behind the market.
m
   Effective April 1, 2000; to a maximum of 4%.
n
   Effective April 1, 2000; Internal Market Adjustment for select employee classifications furthest behind the market.
o
   Effective April 1, 2001; to a maximum of 4%.




                                                                                                                         Source: Decision & Planning Support; Research Associates of Washington
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Campus Buildings
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In Square Feet

                                                                         GROSS SQUARE FEET, NON-RESIDENTIAL


                                                                                                                          Health Sciences
                                     Year                                    Main Campus                                       Center                                                     TOTAL

                                    1990-91                                      5,622,300                                              864,372                                       6,486,672
                                    1991-92                                      5,995,084                                            1,003,809                                       6,998,893
                                    1992-93                                      6,321,586                                            1,007,398                                       7,328,984
                                    1993-94                                      6,322,087                                            1,007,029                                       7,329,116
                                    1994-95                                      6,307,978                                            1,009,615                                       7,317,593
                                    1995-96                                      6,419,242                                            1,005,638                                       7,424,880
                                    1996-97                                      6,621,277                                            1,120,285                                       7,741,562
                                    1997-98                                      6,685,413                                            1,123,990                                       7,809,403
                                    1998-99                                      6,672,697                                            1,117,464                                       7,790,161
                                    1999-00                                      6,567,837                                            1,152,364                                       7,720,201



                                                             NET ASSIGNABLE SQUARE FEET, NON-RESIDENTIAL

                                                                                                                              Health Sciences
                                     Year                                    Main Campus                                           Center                                                 TOTAL

                                    1990-91                                      3,586,871                                                516,910                                     4,103,781
                                    1991-92                                      3,809,332                                                614,514                                     4,423,846
                                    1992-93                                      4,007,110                                                613,114                                     4,620,224
                                    1993-94                                      4,003,092                                                613,033                                     4,616,125
                                    1994-95                                      3,992,597                                                567,570                                     4,560,167
                                    1995-96                                      4,075,980                                                617,814                                     4,693,794
                                    1996-97                                      4,157,333                                                682,625                                     4,839,958
                                    1997-98                                      4,193,422                                                670,087                                     4,863,509
                                    1998-99                                      4,187,489                                                672,765                                     4,860,254
                                    1999-00                                      4,122,469                                                693,760                                     4,816,229
                                    Note: Does not include parking garages


Source: Space Management

                                             Fact Book 2000-01
                                                                                                                         81
Land Areas Maintained
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In Acres

                                                                                                          MAIN CAMPUS

                                        Total                                                                     Parking                                                                                                       Landscaping
Year                                    Acres                                    Streets                           Lots                                 Sidewalks                             Buildings                           & Other

1990-91                                 298.06                                   16.99                                50.11                                  33.07                                 61.41                            136.48
1991-92                                 299.00                                   16.99                                50.11                                  33.07                                 61.55                            137.28
1992-93                                 299.49                                   16.99                                50.32                                  33.07                                 61.55                            137.56
1993-94                                 299.49                                   16.99                                49.85                                  33.19                                 62.48                            136.98
1994-95                                 301.99                                   16.99                                47.36                                  33.67                                 65.06                            138.91
1995-96                                 303.24                                   16.99                                47.92                                  33.67                                 65.17                            139.49
1996-97                                 303.24                                   16.99                                48.99                                  33.67                                 68.77                            134.82
1997-98                                 303.63                                   16.99                                48.64                                  33.67                                 69.51                            134.82
1998-99                                 304.04                                   16.99                                48.86                                  33.67                                 69.32                            135.20
1999-00                                 305.82                                   16.99                                50.06                                  33.67                                 69.93                            135.17

                                                                                              HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER

                                            Total                                                                 Parking                                                                                                       Landscaping
Year                                        Acres                                Streets                           Lots                                 Sidewalks                             Buildings                          & Other




1990-91                                     45.38                                    N/A                               9.48                                   3.06                                 11.81                                21.03
1991-92                                     46.35                                    2.24                              8.42                                   3.06                                 11.75                                20.88
1992-93                                     47.46                                    2.24                              8.59                                   3.06                                 11.75                                21.82
1993-94                                     47.60                                    2.24                              8.59                                   3.06                                 11.75                                21.96
1994-95                                     48.04                                    2.24                              8.59                                   3.06                                 11.94                                22.21
1995-96                                     47.94                                    2.24                              8.59                                   3.06                                 11.87                                22.18
1996-97                                     47.94                                    2.24                              8.59                                   3.06                                 14.21                                19.84
1997-98                                     48.28                                    2.24                              8.22                                   3.06                                 14.29                                20.47
1998-99                                     49.21                                    2.24                              8.86                                   3.06                                 14.34                                20.71
1999-00                                     48.97                                    2.24                             10.03                                   3.06                                 14.32                                19.32




                                                                                                                                                                                                            Source: Space Management

                                                                                                                                                    Fact Book 2000-01
                                                                                                                           82
Parking Spaces
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                                                                                                          PARKING SPACES
                                                                                                                                   Health Sciences
                                                            Year                             Main Campus                                Center                                      TOTAL


                                                        1991-92                                   11,747                                    1,153                                   12,900
                                                        1992-93                                   8,142                                     1,052                                       9,194
                                                        1993-94                                   8,289                                     1,292                                       9,581
                                                        1994-95                                   7,332                                     1,352                                       8,684
                                                        1995-96                                   8,129                                     1,145                                       9,274
                                                        1996-97                                   7,781                                     1,254                                       9,035
                                                        1997-98                                   8,095                                     1,238                                       9,333
                                                        1998-99                                   7,991                                     1,131                                       9,122
                                                        1999-00                                   8,351                                     1,086                                       9,437
                                                        2000-01                                   9,152                                     1,408                                   10,560




Source: Space Management
                                            Fact Book 2000-01
                                                                                                                          83
Property Values
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                                                                                                     PROPERTY VALUES

                                     MAIN CAMPUS                                                                     HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER                                                                    UNIVERSITY TOTAL

Fiscal
Year                Building Value1                      Contents Value                                      Building Value1                              Contents Value                                                Total Value


1991                 $862,451,657                            445,484,844                                     111,434,865                                   57,479,133                                              1,476,850,499
1992                  940,281,820                            501,079,564                                     132,666,604                                   65,115,870                                              1,639,143,858
1993                  964,355,928                            528,096,396                                     136,538,544                                   62,780,443                                              1,691,771,311
1994                1,026,071,834                            513,662,430                                     139,520,511                                   54,107,282                                              1,733,362,057
                                                                                             2                                                                                         2
1995                1,240,997,033                            621,243,114                                     177,511,398                                   68,838,920                                              2,108,590,465
                                                                                             3                                                                                         3
1996                1,270,535,044                            543,233,518                                     178,312,697                                   58,752,850                                              2,050,834,107
1997                1,360,202,565                            538,726,561                                     182,484,714                                   54,906,503                                              2,136,320,343
1998                1,466,345,145                            535,156,608                                     210,286,620                                   55,631,020                                              2,267,419,393
1999                1,523,394,592                                                                            214,226,502                                                                                           1,737,621,094
2000                1,569,572,544                                                                            225,987,794                                                                                           1,795,560,338

1
  Building values are estimated at replacement costs for insurance purposes.
2
  Estimated - not available for 1995
3
  Capitalization limit increased to $1,000 in 1995-96.




                                                                                                                                                                                                               Source: Space Management

                                                                                                                                                      Fact Book 2000-01
                                                                                                                             84
University of Arizona
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All Funds Budget



                                    Fiscal Year                          Local Funds                                           State Funds                                     TOTAL FUNDS


                                    1991-92                                  326,861,600                                       311,024,300                                           637,885,900
                                    1992-93                                  420,472,000                                       303,299,700                                           723,771,700
                                    1993-94                                  435,999,700                                       306,591,800                                           742,591,500
                                    1994-95                                  446,946,300                                       325,558,600                                           772,504,900
                                    1995-96                                  476,521,700                                       339,787,000                                           816,308,700
                                    1996-97                                  535,070,300                                       348,233,800                                           883,304,100
                                    1997-98                                  481,896,800                                       365,820,300                                           847,717,100
                                    1998-99                                  537,516,500                                       382,667,400                                           920,183,900
                                    1999-00                                  628,939,100                                       401,762,200                                         1,030,701,300
                                    2000-01                                  613,391,100                                       417,822,900                                         1,031,214,000


                                    Notes:
                                    1) All funds budget includes Main Campus and College of Medicine.State funds budget includes
                                    collections and other receipts.
                                    2) All dollars are actual, except for current year. Data do not include mandatory
                                    and voluntary transfers to plant funds for major and minor capital projects.




Source: ABOR Local Fund Budget Requests; State of Arizona Appropriations Reports

                                             Fact Book 2000-01
                                                                                                                          87
Operating Appropriations to Arizona Universities
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                             UA MAIN CAMPUS                                             ASU MAIN CAMPUS                                                       ASU WEST                                             ASU EAST
FISCAL
YEAR                    $ Amount                           % Total                      $ Amount                     % Total                          $ Amount % Total                                    $ Amount % Total

1982                 112,565,900                           7.19                      96,226,900                          6.15                         —                         —                         —                           —
1983                 103,949,100                           6.59                      89,226,500                          5.66                         —                         —                         —                           —
1984                 120,673,700                           6.90                     104,663,900                          5.99                         —                         —                         —                           —
1985                 133,967,800                           6.81                     117,090,400                          5.95                  1,330,100                      0.07                        —                           —
1986                 152,848,900                           6.70                     132,748,900                          5.82                  4,321,700                      0.19                        —                           —
1987                 158,268,900                           6.75                     138,783,300                          5.92                  5,178,300                      0.22                        —                           —
1988                 171,353,800                           6.68                     151,534,800                          5.91                  7,463,700                      0.29                        —                           —
1989                 185,130,100                           6.54                     165,857,200                          5.86                 10,917,700                      0.39                        —                           —
1990                 189,716,100                           6.23                     176,384,100                          5.79                 14,281,900                      0.47                        —                           —
1991                 196,975,100                           6.15                     181,966,100                          5.68                 24,557,000                      0.77                        —                           —
1992                 196,596,500                           5.81                     178,079,800                          5.26                 26,946,600                      0.80                        —                           —
1993                 199,336,000                           5.66                     181,778,600                          5.16                 26,775,000                      0.76                        —                           —
1994                 198,968,000                           5.30                     184,324,800                          4.91                 29,602,800                      0.79                        —                           —
1995                 214,823,400                           4.81                     198,293,900                          4.44                 32,235,700                      0.72                 2,122,600                        0.05
1996                 225,182,800                           5.02                     209,999,300                          4.68                 33,438,800                      0.74                 1,842,700                        0.04
1997                 232,910,100                           5.27                     216,693,100                          4.90                 34,354,000                      0.78                 5,023,600                        0.11
1998                 244,577,400                           4.76                     234,608,800                          4.56                 35,744,800                      0.70                 6,995,000                        0.14
1999                 258,789,500                           4.50                     257,284,100                          4.47                 37,662,900                      0.65                10,401,800                        0.18
2000                 263,345,400                           4.43                     265,414,500                          4.47                 38,524,400                      0.65                11,111,400                        0.19
2001                 270,248,100                           4.39                     273,810,400                          4.45                 39,473,600                      0.64                11,132,100                        0.18
                                                                                    COLLEGE                                                                                          TOTAL     TOTAL GENERAL FUND
                                      NAU                                          OF MEDICINE                                        HOSPITAL                                    UNIVERSITIES   APPROPRIATIONS
FISCAL
YEAR                    $ Amount                  % Total                  $ Amount % Total                                  $ Amount             % Total                     $ Amount % Total                                     $ Amount

1982                 34,699,700                    2.22                20,128,100                    1.29                     8,743,700               0.56                272,364,300                 17.40                1,565,351,100
1983                 33,511,100                    2.12                18,265,100                    1.16                     3,810,900               0.24                248,762,700                 15.77                1,577,555,550
1984                 37,905,800                    2.17                22,031,500                    1.26                     4,543,800               0.26                289,818,700                 16.57                1,748,650,650
1985                 41,879,200                    2.13                30,769,700                    1.56                            —                  —                 325,037,200                 16.51                1,968,423,500
1986                 48,208,800                    2.11                33,977,000                    1.49                            —                  —                 372,105,300                 16.31                2,280,996,596
1987                 49,531,600                    2.11                35,866,900                    1.53                            —                  —                 387,629,000                 16.53                2,345,100,100
1988                 54,515,500                    2.13                39,698,600                    1.55                            —                  —                 424,566,400                 16.56                2,564,368,700
1989                 60,344,300                    2.13                41,056,700                    1.45                            —                  —                 463,306,000                 16.37                2,830,164,386
1990                 63,279,700                    2.08                43,292,300                    1.42                            —                  —                 486,954,100                 15.99                3,045,687,300
1991                 67,984,300                    2.12                44,169,800                    1.38                            —                  —                 515,652,300                 16.09                3,204,962,385
1992                 70,503,100                    2.08                44,561,100                    1.32                            —                  —                 516,687,100                 15.26                3,385,437,800
1993                 73,489,200                    2.09                44,550,200                    1.27                            —                  —                 525,929,000                 14.94                3,520,445,600
1994                 75,531,200                    2.01                44,738,200                    1.19                            —                  —                 533,165,000                 14.19                3,756,451,000
1995                 81,583,400                    1.83                44,543,200                    1.00                            —                  —                 573,602,200                 12.86                4,461,589,100
1996                 86,473,300                    1.93                46,407,700                    1.03                            —                  —                 603,344,500                 13.44                4,490,076,500
1997                 90,922,200                    2.06                48,543,100                    1.10                            —                  —                 628,446,100                 14.22                4,418,785,400
1998                 97,288,600                    1.89                51,106,600                    1.09                            —                  —                 670,321,200                 13.04                5,139,847,800
1999                103,318,000                    1.80                54,577,000                    0.95                            —                  —                 728,915,400                 12.68                5,750,566,200
2000                108,429,800                    1.83                56,306,600                    0.95                            —                  —                 750,150,100                 12.63                5,938,357,300
2001                112,419,800                    1.83                57,796,000                    0.94                            —                  —                 764,880,000                 12.41                6,165,314,100
Note: Capital not included
                                                                                                                                  Source: State of Arizona Appropriations Reports, prepared by JLBC staff

                                                                                                                                                      Fact Book 2000-01
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Operating Appropriations to Arizona Universities
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                                           OPERATING APPROPRIATIONS TO ARIZONA UNIVERSITIES
                                               As Percent of Total General Fund Appropriations

          21
          20
          19
          18
Percent




          17
          16
          15
          14
          13
          12
            1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001
                                                                                                                       Fiscal Years




                                               Fact Book 2000-01
                                                                                                                           89
Gifts and Grants
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By Program, 1999-00




                                                                              Gifts and Grants by Program
                                                                                        1999-2000
                                                                                                               Institutional
                                                          Student Services                                       Support                                 Instruction
                                                                9%                                                  3%                                       9%

                                             Academic Support
                                                   0%

                                        Public Service
                                              6%




                                                                                                                                                    Research
                                                                                                                                                      73%




                                                                              Academic Purpose                                              Total Amount


                                                                              Instruction                                                   $ 32,477,887
                                                                              Research                                                       256,774,728
                                                                              Public Service                                                  20,833,685
                                                                              Academic Support                                                 1,068,592
                                                                              Student Services                                                31,643,160
                                                                              Institutional Support                                           11,689,638
                                                                                                                                            $354,487,690




                                                                                                                                                                                                          Source: Sponsored Projects

                                                                                                                                                    Fact Book 2000-01
                                                                                                                           90
Gifts and Grants
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By Program
                                                                      MAIN CAMPUS AND COLLEGE OF MEDICINE - FISCAL YEARS

                                                                                                                                                           Student
                                                                                                     Public                    Academic                    Services                    Institutional
                                        Instruction                  Research                        Service                   Support                     & Admin.                       Support                         TOTAL
1990-91
Main Campus                                 4,915,531                117,295,106                  5,822,058                     2,608,256                  18,286,398                       2,861,387                    151,788,736
College of Medicine                         3,085,476                 54,899,042                  4,406,365                     3,658,217                     112,865                       1,723,563                     67,885,528
Total                                       8,001,007                172,194,148                 10,228,423                     6,266,473                  18,399,263                       4,584,950                    219,974,264

1991-92
Main Campus                              7,307,952                   141,452,205                     5,302,666                  7,716,752                  16,031,467                    4,287,625                       182,098,667
College of Medicine                      3,617,540                    50,454,355                     3,361,819                  3,512,390                     123,771                    5,736,778                        66,806,653
Total                                   10,925,492                   191,906,560                     8,664,485                 11,229,142                  16,155,238                   10,024,403                       248,905,320

1992-93
Main Campus                             11,160,445                   118,792,432                     8,204,253                  4,826,115                  18,176,022                       3,079,396                    164,238,663
College of Medicine                      3,300,021                    63,374,551                     1,509,487                  2,657,618                      66,948                         822,520                     71,731,145
Total                                   14,460,466                   182,166,983                     9,713,740                  7,483,733                  18,242,970                       3,901,916                    235,969,808

1993-94
Main Campus                              9,555,390                   147,813,790                  5,172,174                     3,111,567                  16,008,067                       2,843,525                    182,504,513
College of Medicine                      3,503,051                    54,267,995                  5,498,294                     1,396,703                     172,393                         684,518                     67,522,954
Total                                   13,058,441                   202,081,785                 10,670,468                     4,508,270                  16,180,460                       3,528,043                    250,027,467

1994-95
Main Campus                              8,765,200                   176,995,417                  6,476,737                     5,576,304                  20,046,358                       1,942,329                    219,802,345
College of Medicine                      9,716,895                    54,331,995                  3,945,619                     2,261,663                      14,887                       2,927,514                     73,198,573
Total                                   18,482,095                   231,327,412                 10,422,356                     7,837,967                  20,061,245                       4,869,843                    293,000,918

1995-96
Main Campus                              5,644,640                   144,635,247                  7,466,576                     9,535,746                  21,810,031                       2,042,754                    191,134,994
College of Medicine                      7,236,654                    57,589,528                  6,337,486                     2,179,869                     458,112                       3,943,824                     77,745,473
Total                                   12,881,294                   202,224,775                 13,804,062                    11,715,615                  22,268,143                       5,986,578                    268,880,467

1996-97
Main Campus                              7,401,291                   155,330,883                  8,370,831                    18,519,293                  22,839,186                    6,953,075                       219,414,560
College of Medicine                      6,845,583                    54,354,263                  6,179,610                     1,519,799                       4,758                    7,126,919                        76,030,931
Total                                   14,246,874                   209,685,146                 14,550,441                    20,039,092                  22,843,944                   14,079,994                       295,445,491

1997-98
Main Campus                              7,445,227                   207,201,959                 10,134,597                     4,480,390                  30,443,779                       2,568,228                    262,274,180
College of Medicine                      6,629,947                    60,910,040                  7,465,884                     2,763,504                     175,344                       5,012,364                     82,957,083
Total                                   14,075,174                   268,111,999                 17,600,481                     7,243,894                  30,619,123                       7,580,592                    345,231,263

1998-99
Main Campus                              9,431,458                   147,265,068                  7,676,740                     9,473,331                  34,038,707                       1,932,739                    209,818,043
College of Medicine                      9,507,169                    71,841,726                  9,070,475                     4,531,285                     197,715                       4,524,436                     99,672,806
Total                                   18,938,627                   219,106,794                 16,747,215                    14,004,616                  34,236,422                       6,457,175                    309,490,849

1999-00
Main Campus                             17,184,585                   182,447,053                 10,868,975                     1,068,592                  31,277,307                   11,740,678                       119,613,236
College of Medicine                     15,293,302                    74,213,675                  9,964,710                          ------                   365,853                       62,960                        99,900,500
Total                                   32,477,887                   256,660,728                 20,833,685                     1,068,592                  31,643,160                   11,803,638                       354,487,690
Note: Main Campus is including College of Nursing, Pharmacy, Pubic Health and AHSC Administration.

Source: Annual Report of the Vice President for Research

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Public Universities 1998-99



                                                                         BY SOURCE OF FUNDS (IN THOUSANDS)

                                                                                                                                            State & Local          Institutional
                                                                                      TOTAL                      Federal Govt.                  Govts.    Industry     Funds                                                       Other


    1 University of Michigan                                                         $508,619                     $334,226                          $4,810                   $34,432                  $103,072                 $32,079

    2 University of Washington                                                       482,659                          368,112                       11,636                       51,319                    42,516                   9,076

    3 University of California-Los Angeles                                           477,620                          251,999                       10,004                       34,404                   108,089                  73,124

    4 University of Wisconsin-Madison                                                462,725                          249,961                       39,308                       14,172                   102,342                  56,942

    5 University of California-San Diego                                             461,632                          292,007                       22,003                       31,356                    71,671                  44,595

    6 University of California-Berkeley                                              451,539                          191,025                       47,551                       21,928                   149,496                  41,539

    7 University of California-San Francisco                                         417,095                          233,181                       19,355                       36,830                    71,744                  55,985

    8 Texas A & M University                                                         402,203                          149,151                       94,660                       34,722                   115,069                   8,601

    9 Pennsylvania State University                                                  379,402                          199,105                       16,069                       65,698                    98,530                              -

10 University of Minnesota                                                           371,384                          207,761                       49,079                       23,933                    61,579                  29,032

11 University of Illinois-Urbana                                                     358,247                          185,767                       38,122                       12,864                   106,848                  14,646

12 Ohio State University                                                             322,810                          135,216                       49,569                       52,034                    59,410                  26,581

13 University of Arizona                                                             320,245                          178,126                           7,842                    16,660                   104,499                  13,118

14 University of Colorado                                                            318,618                          244,686                           6,199                     9,867                   25,148e                  32,718

15 University of California-Davis                                                    307,950                          124,463                       22,210                       16,242                   120,267                  24,768

16 University of Florida                                                              304,447                         122,296                       65,859                       28,183                    77,719                  10,390

17 North Carolina State University                                                   270,621                           66,310                       97,150                       31,478                    75,195                      488

18 Georgia Institute of Technology                                                   263,725                          112,861                       13,856                       62,752                    74,256                              -

19 University of Texas at Austin                                                     258,122                          164,913                       17,698                       39,729                    31,220                   4,562

20 University of Maryland - College Park                                             257,628                          145,081                       44,749                        3,053                    56,908                   7,837




                                                                                                                                    Source: National Science Foundation, Academic Science R & D Funds

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