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Higher Education
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 Tennessee Higher Education Commission
       Parkway Towers, Suite 1900
     404 James Robertson Parkway
        Nashville, TN 37243-0830
         Phone: (615) 741-3605
          Fax: (615) 741-6230
            www.tn.gov/thec
                                  Table of Contents
The 2010-2011 Fact Book reflects the recent policy reform agenda for higher education in the
state of Tennessee. In order to provide the interested stakeholders and participants of higher
education easier access to essential data and information, we have consolidated two annual
reports in this year’s edition of the Fact Book. All of the statistics previously reported in the
Statutory Data Report are reported herein. The historical tables are cross-listed in parenthe-
ses in the table of contents below.

As a result, the 2010-2011 Fact Book is prepared pursuant to T.C.A. § 49-7-210. As specified,
this report provides information as required for public four-year institutions, public two-year in-
stitutions, and public technology centers.
Introduction: Tennessee Higher Education Commission
History                                                                                                1
Current Context                                                                                        1
2010-11 Commission Members                                                                             2
Staff Directory                                                                                        3
Governance and Coordination Structure                                                                  6
Public Institutions Directory                                                                          7
Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association Member Institutions                        9

Sector 1: Student Participation                                                         (SDR)
Total Headcount by Sector                                                                          11
Total Full-Time Equivalent Enrollment by Sector                                                    12
Public Higher Education Enrollment Trends                                                          13
Headcount Enrollment                                                                               14
Headcount Term Withdrawals                                                                         15
Full-Time Equivalent Enrollment                                                                    16
Tennessee Technology Centers Enrollment                                                            17
TTC African-American Enrollment                                                       (Table 17)   18
Headcount Enrollment Characteristics                                                               19
Full-Time and Part-Time Enrollment                                                                 20
Headcount by Student Level                                                                         21
Headcount by Gender                                                                                22
Headcount by Race                                                                      (Table 9)   23
Undergraduate Headcount by Age and Pell Grant Eligibility                                          24
Headcount by Resident Status                                                                       25
Headcount by Major Field                                                                           26
Off-Campus Enrollment                                                                              27
Average ACT Scores of Incoming Freshman                                                (Table 3)   29
Undergraduate Transfer Student Activity                                               (Table 10)   30
Remedial and Developmental Coursework                                                  (Table 7)   32

Sector 2: Student Success                                                               (SDR)
Retention Rates for Public Institutions                                                            34
Remedial and Developmental Student Success                                             (Table 8)   35
Awards by Institution                                                                              36
Awards by Major Field                                                                  (Table 5)   37
Awards by Gender                                                                                   40
Total Awards by Gender and Award Type                                                              41
Total Awards by Race and Award Type                                                                41
Awards by Race                                                                                     42
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Awards by Race                                                                                           42
Awards by Age and Pell Grant Eligibility                                                                 43
Six Year Graduation Rates                                                                                44
Six Year Graduation Rates by Institution and Race                                              (Table 4) 45
Job Placement Rates for Community Colleges                                                    (Table 12) 46
Tennessee Technology Centers Certificates and Diplomas Awarded                                           47
Tennessee Technology Centers Completers by Academic Program                                   (Table 15) 48
Tennessee Technology Centers Program Completion and Placement Rates                           (Table 14) 50
TTC Job Placement Rates by Institution and Program                                            (Table 16) 51
Licensure Exam Scores for Public Universities                                                 (Table 11) 60
Student and Alumni Satisfaction                                                               (Table 18) 61

Section 3: Academic and Fiscal Trends                                                           (SDR)
Academic Program Inventory                                                                                  63
Program Accreditation Status                                                                   (Table 1)    64
Admissions Data for Public Universities                                                        (Table 2)    65
Lower Division Instructional Courses by Type of Instructor                                     (Table 6)    66
Peer Faculty Salary Comparison                                                                              67
Average Full-Time Faculty Salary, All Ranks                                                                 68
State Appropriations Related to Higher Education as a Percentage of State Revenues                          69
Median Tuition and Fees for a Public Undergraduate Resident                                                 70
Annual Tuition and Mandatory Fees                                                                           71
Annual Tuition and Mandatory Fees for Resident Undergraduate Students                                       72
Average Undergraduate Resident Total Tuition and Mandatory Fees by Institution Type                         73
Family Income Needed to Pay for College                                                                     74
State Appropriations for TN Public Higher Education by Formula Unit                                         75
State Approptiations for TN Public Higher Education by Non-Formula Unit and Specialized Program             76
Student Support Historical Analysis                                                                         77
Total Revenue per FTE                                                                                       78
Student Share of Total Revenue per FTE                                                                      79
Report of Uses of Donations and Licensing Revenues                                            (Table 13)    80
Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship Requirements                                                        82
Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship Program Summary Report                                              82
Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship Program HOPE Awards by Institution                                  85
Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation Non-Lottery Grants and Scholarships                                86

Section 4: Glossary
Definitions                                                                                                 88
Institutional and System Abbreviations                                                                      89




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                               Historical Statutory Data Report Tables
Table 1    Program Accreditation Status                                           64
Table 2    Admissions Data for Public Universities                                65
Table 3    Average ACT Scores of Incoming Freshman                                29
Table 4    Six Year Graduation Rates by Institution and Race                      45
Table 5    Degrees Awarded by Major Field                                         37
Table 6    Lower Division Instructional Courses by Type of Instructor             66
Table 7    Need for Remedial and Developmental Coursework                         32
Table 8    Remedial and Developmental Student Success                             35
Table 9    Headcount by Race                                                      23
Table 10   Transfer Student Activity                                              30
Table 11   Licensure Exam Scores for Public Universities                          60
Table 12   Job Placement Rates for Community Colleges                             46
Table 13   Report of Uses of Donations and Licensing Revenues                     80
Table 14   Tennessee Technology Centers Program Completion and Placement Rates    50
Table 15   Tennessee Technology Centers Completers by Academic Program            48
Table 16   TTC Job Placement Rates by Institution and Program                     51
Table 17   TTC African-American Enrollment                                        18
Table 18   Student and Alumni Satisfaction                                        61




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Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                      iii
History

The Tennessee Higher Education Commission was created in 1967 by the Tennessee General
Assembly to achieve coordination and foster unity with regard to higher education. The Com-
mission coordinates two systems of public higher education: the University of Tennessee insti-
tutions governed by the University of Tennessee Board of Trustees, and the state universities,
community colleges, and technology centers governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents.
There are currently nine public universities, 13 community colleges, and 27 technology cen-
ters in Tennessee that serve over 256,500 students collectively.

The Commission is composed of nine lay members appointed by the Governor for six year
terms representing congressional districts of the State, three Constitutional Officers who are ex
-officio voting members (Comptroller of the Treasury, State Treasurer, and Secretary of State),
two ex-officio student members who serve two year terms, and the Executive Director of the
State Board of Education as an ex-officio non-voting member.

_____________________________________________________________________

Current Context

In January 2010, the General Assembly passed the Complete College Tennessee Act (CCTA),
a comprehensive reform agenda that seeks to transform public higher education through
changes in academic, fiscal and administrative policies at the state and institutional level. At
the center of these reforms is the need for more Tennesseans to be better educated and
trained, while also acknowledging the state's diminished fiscal capacity to support higher edu-
cation.

The overarching goal of the Public Agenda for higher education is to have Tennessee meet the
projected national average in educational attainment by 2025. The primary state policy levers
for addressing the state’s educational needs include promoting: (1) productivity and efficiency
through an outcomes-based funding formula; (2) quality assurance through revised perform-
ance funding standards; (3) economic and workforce development through responses to a
study of labor market supply and demand; (4) efficiency and effectiveness through purposeful
reporting; (5) efficiencies through mission and sector differentiation; (6) efficiencies through
inter-institutional collaboration and reduced duplication; and (7) efficiencies through incentives
for extramural support.

Introduction
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  Tennessee Higher Education Commission


                      2010-11 Commission Members

                   Ms. Sue Atkinson, Nashville, 5th Congressional District

               Mr. Charles W. Bone, Hendersonville, 6th Congressional District

                              Mr. Tre Hargett, Secretary of State

                  Ms. Sharon Hayes, Brownsville, 8th Congressional District

                    Mr. Greg Isaacs, Knoxville, 2nd Congressional District

                    Mr. Cato Johnson, Bartlett, 7th Congressional District

                   Mr. Jon Kinsey, Chattanooga, 3rd Congressional District

                            Mr. David Lillard, Jr., State Treasurer

          Mr. Charles Mann, Vice Chair, Santa Fe, 4th Congressional District

                Dr. Gary Nixon, Executive Director, State Board of Education

                    Mr. Ross Rowland, University of Tennessee Memphis

                     Mr. Zack Walden, East Tennessee State University

          Mayor A C Wharton, Secretary, Memphis, 9th Congressional District

               Mr. Robert White, Chair, Johnson City, 1st Congressional District

                             Mr. Justin Wilson, State Comptroller




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                Tennessee Higher Education Commission
                            Staff Directory

                                   Executive Division
                           Richard Rhoda, Executive Director
                            Jim Vaden, Senior Policy Officer
                          Lovella Carter, Executive Secretary II


                                  Academic Affairs
             Linda Doran, Associate Executive Director of Academic Affairs
       Betty Dandridge-Johnson, Assistant Executive Director of Academic Affairs
                      Mike Krause, Director of Academic Affairs


                                       Fiscal Affairs
               Russ Deaton, Associate Executive Director of Fiscal Affairs
O.W. Higley, Jr., Assistant Executive Director of Fiscal Affairs and Information Technology
   Jason Cavender, Director of Higher Education Administrative and Fiscal Services
                              Michelle Berry, Fiscal Manager
                            Stephanie Strong, Fiscal Director III
                             Patricia Jackson, Fiscal Director II
             Scott Boelscher, Director of Fiscal Policy and Facilities Analysis
         Sean Tierney, Assistant Director of Fiscal Policy and Facilities Analysis
                             SueTacker, Accounting Manager
           Corsina Wiley, Higher Education Administrative Budget Analyst III
                            Susan Douglas, Purchasing Officer
                     Patsy Nolan, Administrative Services Assistant IV
                   David Chandler, Administrative Services Assistant III
                     Dana Evans, Administrative Services Assistant II
                         Ahmed Feroze, Accounting Technician II
                          Linda Cantrell, Accounting Technician I
                              Brandy Warren, Account Clerk
                        Laura Stewart, Human Resources Director I
                Heather King, Assistant Director of Information Technology
                 Jayson Loope, Information Resource Support Specialist II
                           Patrik Bursik, Co-op Desktop Support


                             Legal and Regulatory Affairs
          Will Burns, Associate Executive Director, Legal and Regulatory Affairs
                        Rosie Padgett, Administrative Assistant IV




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               Tennessee Higher Education Commission
                       Staff Directory, cont’d

                            P-16 Initiatives/Gear-UP Tennessee
               Kathleen Brock, Associate Executive Director for P-16 Initiatives
               Troy Grant, Director of Student Outreach and Counselor Support
                  Doug Cullum, Director of College Access Challenge Grant
                          Wendy Tabor, Director of Communications
               Stephanie Bolton, Regional Coordinator – GEAR UP (West TN)
                   Flora Craig, Regional Coordinator – GEAR UP (East TN)
                       Leigh Ann Merry, Research and Planning Analyst
                      Matthew Barker, Training and Outreach Specialist
                      Melinda Dunn, Administrative Services Assistant III
                             Leslie Kreinberg, Graduate Assistant


                          Policy, Planning, and Research
  David L Wright, Associate Executive Director for Policy, Planning and Research
Chris Brewer, Assistant Executive Director for PPR & Director of Information Systems
                      Takeshi Yanagiura, Director of Research
           James Hawkins, Director of Higher Education Data Systems
               Jessica Gibson, College Completion Initiatives Director
                 Thomas Sanford, Associate Director of Research
                     Indrani Ojha, Student Information Analyst
                       Alan Hall, Data Management Specialist
                   Taya Owens, Research and Planning Analyst
                     Alexander Gorbunov, Research Assistant
                           Mark Dunn, Graduate Assistant


                     Postsecondary School Authorization (PSA)
                 Stephanie Bellard Chase, Assistant Executive Director,
                           Postsecondary School Authorization
          Christina Coleman, Director for Postsecondary School Authorization
                      Julie Woodruff, Director of Regulatory Affairs
              Diby Kouadio, Director of Research and Statistical Analysis
       Dick Mansfield, Assistant Director for Postsecondary School Authorization
                           Bill Crittenden, Investigations Officer
                        Lee Cunningham, Investigations Officer
                          Michael Kincaid, Investigations Officer
                          Eboni Wiley, Educational Specialist III
                             Kristen Pryor, Research Analyst
                            Mona Ramsey, Research Analyst
                    Teresa Warren, Technical Educational Specialist
                          Sharia Gully, Educational Specialist III
                       Melissa Stevenson, Executive Secretary II


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               Tennessee Higher Education Commission
                       Staff Directory, cont’d

                                      First to the Top
               Katrina Miller, THEC Higher Education Program Administrator
                    Emily Carter, Higher Education Program Coordinator
                                Wesley Hall, Research Analyst


                                Veterans Education
           Tom Morrison, Assistant Executive Director of Veterans Education
                  Debbie Gardner, Director of Veterans Education
                      Frank Cowherd, Educational Specialist III
                        Bob Purvis, Educational Specialist III




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                  Tennessee Public Higher Education
                     Governance/Coordination Structure

                            The Citizens of Tennessee


         Governor                                        General Assembly


               Tennessee Higher Education Commission


Tennessee Board of Regents University of Tennessee System
                 Universities
         Austin Peay State University
       East Tennessee State University
      Middle Tennessee State University            University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
         Tennessee State University                  University of Tennessee at Knoxville
      Tennessee Technological University              University of Tennessee at Martin
            University of Memphis               University of Tennessee Health Science Center
                                                   University of Tennessee Space Institute
              Community Colleges                             Institute for Agriculture
    Chattanooga State Community College                    Institute for Public Service
     Cleveland State Community College
      Columbia State Community College
     Dyersburg State Community College
      Jackson State Community College
       Motlow State Community College
      Nashville State Community College
     Northeast State Community College
     Pellissippi State Community College
       Roane State Community College
   Southwest Tennessee Community College
      Volunteer State Community College
       Walters State Community College

               Technology Centers
        Athens                McKenzie
     Chattanooga             McMinnville
      Covington               Memphis
      Crossville             Morristown
        Crump               Murfreesboro
       Dickson                Nashville
     Elizabethton             Newbern
       Harriman            Oneida/Huntsville
       Hartsville               Paris
      Hohenwald                Pulaski
      Jacksboro                 Ripley
       Jackson               Shelbyville
       Knoxville              Whiteville
      Livingston

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                          Tennessee Public Institutions Directory
             Universities                                          System Offices
Austin Peay State University             Tennessee Board of Regents        University of Tennessee
Clarksville, TN
                                         1415 Murfreesboro Road            800 Andy Holt Tower
www.apsu.edu
931-221-7011                             Suite 350
                                         Nashville, TN 37217               Knoxville, TN 37996
East Tennessee State University          www.tbr.edu                       www.tennessee.edu
Johnson City, TN                         615-366-4400                      865-974-1000
www.etsu.edu
423-439-1000

Middle Tennessee State University
Murfreesboro, TN                                               Community Colleges
www.mtsu.edu
615-898-2300                                 Chattanooga State Community   Northeast State
                                             College                       Community College
Tennessee State University                   Chattanooga, TN               Blountville, TN
Nashville, TN                                www.chattanoogastate.edu      www.northeaststate.edu
www.tnstate.edu                              423-697-4400                  423-323-3191
615-963-5000
                                             Cleveland State Community     Pellissippi State
Tennessee Technological University           College                       Community College
Cookeville, TN                               Cleveland, TN                 Knoxville, TN
www.tntech.edu                               www.clevelandstatecc.edu      www.pstcc.edu
931-372-3101                                 423-472-7141                  865-694-6400

University of Memphis                        Columbia State Community      Roane State Community
Memphis, TN                                  College                       College
www.memphis.edu                              Columbia, TN                  Harriman, TN
901-678-2000                                 www.columbiastate.edu         www.roanestate.edu
                                             931-540-2722                  865-354-3000
University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
Chattanooga, TN                              Dyersburg State Community     Southwest Tennessee
www.utc.edu                                  College                       Community College
423-425-4111                                 Dyersburg, TN                 Memphis, TN
                                             www.dscc.edu                  www.southwest.tn.edu
University of Tennessee, Knoxville           731-286-3200                  902-333-7822
Knoxville, TN
www.utk.edu                                  Jackson State Community       Volunteer State Community
865-974-1000                                 College                       College
                                             Jackson, TN                   Gallatin, TN
University of Tennessee, Martin              www.jscc.edu                  www.volstate.edu
Martin, TN                                   731-424-3520                  615-452-8600
www.utm.edu
731-881-7000                                  Motlow State Community       Walters State Community
                                              College                      College
University of Tennessee Health Science Center Lynchburg, TN                Morristown, TN
Memphis, TN                                   www.mscc.edu                 www.ws.edu
www.utmem.edu                                 931-393-1500                 423-585-2600
901-448-5500
                                              Nashville State Community
University of Tennessee Space Institute       College
Tullahoma, TN                                 Nashville, TN
www.utsi.edu                                  www.nscc.edu
931-393-7100                                  615-353-3333

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                        Tennessee Public Institutions Directory

                               Tennessee Technology Centers

Athens                           Jacksboro                     Newbern
www.ttcathens.edu                www.ttcjacksboro.edu          www.ttcnewbern.edu
423-744-2814                     423-566-9629                  731-627-2511

Chattanooga                      Jackson                       Oneida/Huntsville
www.chattanoogastate.edu/ttc     www.ttcjackson.edu            www.ttconeida.edu
423-697-4433                     731-424-0691                  423-663-4900

Covington                        Knoxville                      Paris
www.ttccovington.edu             www.ttcknoxville.edu          www.ttcparis.edu
901-475-2526                     865-546-5568                  731-644-7365

Crossville                       Livingston                    Pulaski
www.ttcc.edu                     www.ttclivingston.edu         www.ttcpulaski.edu
931-484-7502                     931-823-5525                  931-424-4014

Crump                            McKenzie                      Ripley
www.ttccrump.edu                 www.ttcmckenzie.edu           www.ttcripley.edu
731-632-3393                     731-352-5364                  731-635-3368

Dickson                          McMinnville                   Shelbyville
www.ttcdickson.edu               www.ttcmcminnville.edu        www.ttcshelbyville.edu
615-441-6220                     931-474-8324                  931-685-5013

Elizabethton                     Memphis                       Whiteville
www.ttcelizabethton.edu          www.ttcmemphis.edu            www.ttcwhiteville.edu
423-543-0070                     901-543-6100                  731-254-8521

Harriman                         Morristown
www.ttcharriman.edu              www.ttcmorristown.edu
865-882-6703                     423-586-5771

Hartsville                       Murfreesboro
www.ttchartsville.edu            www.ttcmurfreesboro.edu
615-374-2147                     615-898-8010

Hohenwald                        Nashville
www.ttchohenwald.edu             www.ttcnashville.edu
931-796-5351                     615-425-5500




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     Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association
                        Member Institutions
TICUA Office                    Johnson Bible College         Milligan College
www.ticua.org                   www.jbc.edu                   www.milligan.edu
615-242-6400                    Jackson                       Milligan College
Nashville
                                King College                  Rhodes College
Aquinas College                 www.king.edu                  www.rhodes.edu
www.aquinascollege.edu          Bristol                       Memphis
Nashville
                                Lambuth University            Sewanee: The University of the
Baptist College of Health       www.lambuth.edu               South
Sciences                        Jackson                       www.sewanee.edu
www.bchs.edu                                                  Sewanee
Memphis                         Lane College
                                www.lanecollege.edu           Southern Adventist
Belmont University              Jackson                       University
www.belmont.edu                                               www.southern.edu
Nashville                       Lee University                Collegedale
                                www.leeuniversity.edu
Bethel College                  Cleveland                     Southern College of
www.bethel-college.edu                                        Optometry
McKenzie                        LeMoyne-Owen College          www.sco.edu
                                www.loc.edu                   Memphis
Bryan College                   Memphis
www.bryan.edu                                                 Tennessee Wesleyan College
Dayton                          Lincoln Memorial University   www.twcnet.edu
                                www.lmunet.edu                Athens
Carson-Newman College           Harrogate
www.cn.edu                                                    Trevecca Nazarene University
Jefferson City                  Lipscomb University           www.trevecca.edu
                                www.lipscomb.edu              Nashville
Christian Brothers University   Nashville
www.cbu.edu                                                   Tusculum College
Memphis                         Martin Methodist College      www.tusculum.edu
                                www.martinmethodist.edu       Greeneville
Cumberland University           Pulaski
www.cumberland.edu                                            Union University
Lebanon                         Maryville College             www.uu.edu
                                www.marryvillecollege.edu     Jackson
Fisk University                 Maryville
www.fisk.edu                                                  Vanderbilt University
Nashville                       Meharry Medical College       www.vanderbilt.edu
                                www.mmc.edu                   Nashville
Free Will Baptist Bible         Nashville
College
                                                              Watkins College of Art,
www.fhu.edu                     Memphis College of Art
Nashville                       www.mca.edu                   Design, and Film
                                Memphis                       www.watkins.edu
Freed-Hardeman University                                     Nashville
www.fhu.edu                     Middle Tennessee School of
Henderson                       Anesthesia
                                www.mtsa.edu
                                Madison


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                        Headcount by Sector
                             Fall 2010



                              Proprietary              TBR CC
                                75,253                 98,458
                                 19%                    24%


                        TICUA
                        74,799 
                         18%
                                                            TBR Univ
                                                             95,472
                                       UT
                                                              24%
                                     49,203
                                      12%
                                                               TTC
                                                              13,570
                                                                3%

           Sources: THEC Student Information System (SIS), THEC Postsecondary
           School Authorization, TBR TTCs, TICUA


     Total enrollment in Tennessee higher education:
                    406,755 students
   Beginning Fall 2010, institutions began reporting end-of-term data. How-
   ever, these headcounts and FTE still reflect 14th day enrollment.

   NOTES
   1. Tennessee Technology Center (TTC) enrollment reflects fall 2010 FTE, not headcount.
   2. Proprietary enrollment is estimated.
   3. Excludes not-for-profit private institutions not participating in TICUA.

Student Participation
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                                FTE by Sector
                                  Fall 2010



                               Proprietary              TBR CC
                                 68,509                 62,973
                                  20%                    19%




                         TICUA                                   TBR Univ
                         70,002                                   77,992
                          21%                                      23%

                                             UT
                                           43,773
                                            13%
                                                                  TTC
                                                                 13,570 
                                                                  4%
           Sources: THEC SIS, THEC Postsecondary School Authorization, TBR TTCs, TICUA


           Total FTE in Tennessee higher education:
                        336,819 students




   NOTES
   1. Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Enrollment: For undergraduate students, total credits attempted
      divided by 15. For graduate students, total credits attempted divided by 12.
   2. Proprietary FTE is estimated using IPEDS calculation method.
   3. Excludes not-for-profit private institutions not participating in TICUA.

Student Participation
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 Public Higher Education Enrollment Trends
            Fall 2000 - Fall 2010

                                Total Headcount          Total FTE
260,000                                                                                 243,133
240,000
220,000                                        200,424
200,000     190,350
180,000
160,000                                                                                 184,737
140,000                                        154,995
            144,294
120,000
            2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010




          30%                   27.7%                         28.0%

          25%
                        21.3%
          20%                                         19.2%

                                                                              1 Year
          15%
                                                                              5 Years
          10%                                                                 10 Years

                   4.9%                        4.2%
          5%

          0%
                        Headcount                       FTE

     Sources: THEC SIS, THEC Postsecondary School Authorization, TBR, TICUA



Student Participation
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                               Public Headcount Enrollment
                              Fall Terms 2000 and 2005 - 2010
      Institution            2000        2005     2006          2007     2008     2009     2010
                                              University
Austin Peay                  7,121       8,814    9,207          9,084    9,401   10,188   10,744
East Tennessee1             11,331      11,894 12,390           13,118   13,646   14,421   14,999
Middle Tennessee            19,121      22,554 22,863           23,246   23,866   25,188   26,654
Tennessee State              8,836       8,880    9,038          9,065    8,253    8,824    8,961
Tennessee Tech               8,409       9,312    9,733         10,321   10,793   10,847   11,528
University of Memphis       19,986      20,465 20,562           20,376   20,214   21,420   22,586
TBR Total                   74,804      81,919 83,793           85,210   86,173   90,888   95,472

UT Chattanooga              8,319        8,656      8,923        9,558    9,807   10,526   10,726
UT Knoxville2               25,902      26,294     26,560       27,385   27,881   27,221   27,306
UT Martin                    5,870       6,478      6,888        7,171    7,574    8,096    8,479
UT HSC                       2,069       2,260      2,425        2,655    2,671    2,837    2,692
UT Total                    42,160      43,688     44,796       46,769   47,933   48,680   49,203

University Total            116,964 125,607 128,589 131,979 134,106 139,568 144,675
                                     Community College
Chattanooga                  7,873   7,836   8,060   8,108   8,485   9,431   10,436
Cleveland                    3,059   3,027   2,947   2,999   3,335   3,615    3,754
Columbia                     4,261   4,747   4,522   4,633   4,767   5,581    5,648
Dyersburg                    2,278   2,457   2,586   2,568   2,749   3,395    3,759
Jackson                      3,726   3,859   4,099   4,379   4,381   5,109    5,375
Motlow                       3,331   3,407   3,833   4,113   4,394   5,079    5,256
Nashville                    7,315   7,198   7,192   7,077   7,716   8,869    9,906
Northeast                    4,125   4,860   5,145   5,237   5,470   6,270    6,780
Pellissippi                  7,859   7,686   8,188   8,608   8,742  10,297   11,169
Roane                        5,099   5,155   5,353   5,404   5,531   6,281    6,881
Southwest                   12,194 11,556 11,446 10,617 11,427 13,016        13,505
Volunteer                    6,567   7,150   7,370   7,065   7,241   8,430    9,029
Walters                      6,163   5,879   5,738   5,825   5,918   6,853    6,960
CC Total                    73,850 74,817 76,479 76,633 80,156 92,226 98,458

Grand Total                 190,814 200,424 205,068 208,612 214,262 231,794 243,133
Source: THEC SIS


       NOTES
       1. Includes ETSU Medical and Pharmacy Schools.
       2. Includes UT Space Institute and Veterinary College.


    Student Participation
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                               Public Headcount Enrollment
                                Term Withdrawals Fall 2010
                                                                                 Percent
                 Institution         14th Day Withdrawals End of Term
                                                                                 Change
                                           University
         Austin Peay                  10,744        281             10,463        -2.6%
         East Tennessee1              14,999        590             14,409        -3.9%
         Middle Tennessee             26,654        979             25,675        -3.7%
         Tennessee State               8,961        383              8,578        -4.3%
         Tennessee Tech               11,528        583             10,945        -5.1%
         University of Memphis        22,586      1,278             21,308        -5.7%
         TBR Total                    95,472      4,094             91,378        -4.3%

         UT Chattanooga               10,726          167           10,559        -1.6%
         UT Knoxville2                27,306           -            27,306           -
         UT Martin                     8,479          240            8,239        -2.8%
         UT HSC                        2,692           -             2,692           -
         UT Total                     49,203          407           48,796        -0.8%

         University Total            144,675   4,501               140,174        -3.1%
                                     Community College
         Chattanooga                 10,436     394                 10,042        -3.8%
         Cleveland                    3,754     178                 3,576         -4.7%
         Columbia                     5,648     273                 5,375         -4.8%
         Dyersburg                    3,759     212                  3,547        -5.6%
         Jackson                       5,375    278                  5,097        -5.2%
         Motlow                       5,256     204                  5,052        -3.9%
         Nashville                    9,906     612                  9,294        -6.2%
         Northeast                    6,780     277                  6,503        -4.1%
         Pellissippi                 11,169     507                 10,662        -4.5%
         Roane                        6,881     454                 6,427         -6.6%
         Southwest                   13,505     922                 12,583        -6.8%
         Volunteer                    9,029     474                  8,555        -5.2%
         Walters                      6,960     305                  6,655        -4.4%
         CC Total                     98,458   5,090                93,368        -5.2%

         Grand Total                 243,133         9,591         233,542        -3.9%
         Source: THEC SIS
   NOTES
   1. Includes ETSU Medical and Pharmacy Schools.
   2. Includes UT Space Institute and Veterinary College.
   3. Beginning Fall 2010, institutions began to report end-of-term data. This new table shows
      the number of students who withdrew during the semester. UT Knoxville and Health Science
      Center data pending.
Student Participation
Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                      15
                                      Public FTE Enrollment
                                 Fall Terms 2000 and 2005 - 2010
         Institution              2000        2005     2006           2007       2008        2009       2010
                                                 University
Austin Peay                       5,671       7,336    7,443         7,139       7,499       7,566      8,493
East Tennessee1                   9,364      10,185 10,594          11,224      11,696      12,278     13,450
Middle Tennessee                 16,339      19,139 19,355          19,525      20,062      21,049     22,010
Tennessee State                   7,431       7,462    7,464         7,465       6,694       7,025      7,142
Tennessee Tech                    7,212       7,562    7,900         8,312       8,568       9,057      9,361
University of Memphis            15,613      15,910 15,946          15,747      15,910      16,792     17,536
TBR Total                        61,629      67,593 68,702          69,412      70,429      73,767     77,992

UT Chattanooga                   6,832        7,317       7,564      8,168       8,446       9,116      9,788
UT Knoxville2                    22,960      23,642      24,016     24,673      25,230      24,786     24,403
UT Martin                         5,324       5,833       5,968      6,108       6,305       6,714      6,959
UT HSC3                           1,999       2,295       2,505      2,733       2,778       2,914      2,623
UT Total                         37,115      39,088      40,053     41,682      42,759      43,530     43,773

University Total                 98,744 106,681 108,755 111,094 113,188 117,297 121,765
                                        Community College
Chattanooga                      4,832   4,890   5,054    5,044  5,334   5,987    6,712
Cleveland                        2,083   2,103   2,034    2,022  2,195   2,504    2,592
Columbia                         2,788   3,120   2,963    3,003  3,081   3,569    3,579
Dyersburg                        1,563   1,744   1,693    1,668  1,741   2,213    2,419
Jackson                           2,514  2,573   2,791    2,953  2,803   3,313    3,410
Motlow                           2,199   2,392   2,566    2,739  2,892   3,353    3,337
Nashville                        2,607   4,074   4,083    4,063  4,315   5,154    5,619
Northeast                        3,548   3,142   3,374    3,387  3,606   4,231    4,624
Pellissippi                      5,079   4,963   5,149    5,446  5,686   6,695    7,274
Roane                            3,474   3,603   3,738    3,764  3,766   4,227    4,389
Southwest                        7,059   7,332   7,306    6,794  7,219   8,465    8,431
Volunteer                        4,138   4,553   4,677    4,427  4,582   5,501    5,777
Walters                          3,665   3,826   3,872    3,884  4,082   4,780    4,808
CC Total                         45,550 48,315 49,300 49,194 51,302 59,993       62,973

Grand Total                      144,294 154,995 158,055 160,288 164,490 177,290                       184,738
Source: THEC SIS
          NOTES
          1. Includes ETSU Medical and Pharmacy Schools.
          2. Includes UT Space Institute and Veterinary College.
          3. UTHSC 2005 - 2009 FTE figures have been updated to reflect calculation for professional
             student enrollment. Please see page 88.

       Student Participation
       Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                     16
                        Tennessee Technology Centers
                     Enrollment Academic Year 2009 - 2010
Institution              Headcount            FTE1          FTE as % of HC       Contact Hours
Athens                      611                313               51.2%             281,465
Chattanooga                1,939              1028               53.0%             925,408
Covington                   405                222               54.9%             199,970
Crossville                 1,131               438               38.8%             394,438
Crump                       516                329               63.8%             296,503
Dickson                    1,305               622               47.6%             559,561
Elizabethton               1,005               584               58.1%             525,463
Harriman                    654                358               54.7%             321,766
Hartsville                  871                448               51.5%             403,364
Hohenwald                  1,161               537               46.2%             483,218
Jacksboro                   360                253               70.3%             227,708
Jackson                    1,614               730               45.2%             656,901
Knoxville                  1,575               789               50.1%             709,752
Livingston                 2,389               478               20.0%             430,449
McKenzie                    462                337               73.0%             303,403
McMinnville                 797                365               45.9%             328,929
Memphis                    1,268               783               61.8%             705,101
Morristown                 1,340               724               54.0%             651,165
Murfreesboro               5,517               507                9.2%             456,472
Nashville                  1,309               841               64.2%             756,832
Newbern                     595                327               55.0%             294,739
Oneida/Huntsville           842                379               45.0%             341,005
Paris                       640                390               60.9%             350,914
Pulaski                    1,602               653               40.8%             587,660
Ripley                      844                236               27.9%             212,039
Shelbyville                1,228               675               55.0%             607,629
Whiteville                  476                223               46.9%             200,844
Total                     32,456             13,570              41.8%            12,212,698
Source: TBR




  NOTES
  1. Full-time Equivalent (FTE) enrollment is calculated as the total number of clock hours di-
     vided by 900.


Student Participation
Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                       17
                                          Tennessee Technology Centers
                                           African-American Enrollment
                                     Academic Years 2004 - 2005 and 2009 - 2010
                                                                                                       African American    Total Enrollment
                          2004 - 2005                         2009 - 2010              Difference in
 Technology                                                                                            Percent Change      Percent Change
                                                                                        % of Total
   Center       African                 Percent of African                  Percent of
                             Total                               Total                 2005 to 2010    Number   Percent   Number    Percent
               American                   Total    American                   Total
Athens              10         522         1.9%         18        611           2.9%       1.0%             8    80.0%         89     17.0%
Chattanooga        270       1,634        16.5%        346      1,939          17.8%       1.3%            76    28.1%        305     18.7%
Covington           69         336        20.5%         92        405          22.7%       2.2%            23    33.3%         69     20.5%
Crossville           2       1,142         0.2%          5      1,131           0.4%       0.3%             3 --              -11     -1.0%
Crump               19         373         5.1%         39        516           7.6%       2.5%            20 105.3%          143     38.3%
Dickson             68       1,033         6.6%        135      1,305          10.3%       3.8%            67    98.5%        272     26.3%
Elizabethton        25         883         2.8%         21      1,005           2.1%      -0.7%            -4 -16.0%          122     13.8%
Harriman             9         376         2.4%         12        654           1.8%      -0.6%             3    33.3%        278     73.9%
Hartsville          36         413         8.7%         51        871           5.9%      -2.9%            15    41.7%        458    110.9%
Hohenwald           54       1,055         5.1%         92      1,161           7.9%       2.8%            38    70.4%        106     10.0%
Jacksboro            2         350         0.6%          1        360           0.3%      -0.3%            -1 -50.0%           10      2.9%
Jackson            175         876        20.0%        620      1,614          38.4%      18.4%           445 254.3%          738     84.2%
Knoxville          159       1,390        11.4%        241      1,575          15.3%       3.9%            82    51.6%        185     13.3%
Livingston          16       1,442         1.1%         35      2,389           1.5%       0.4%            19 118.8%          947     65.7%
McKenzie            45         440        10.2%         54        462          11.7%       1.5%             9    20.0%         22      5.0%
McMinnville          9         496         1.8%         28        797           3.5%       1.7%            19 211.1%          301     60.7%
Memphis          1,353       1,786        75.8%        981      1,268          77.4%       1.6%          -372 -27.5%         -518    -29.0%
Morristown          41       1,652         2.5%         26      1,340           1.9%      -0.5%           -15 -36.6%         -312    -18.9%
Murfreesboro       306       5,695         5.4%         91      5,517           1.6%      -3.7%          -215 -70.3%         -178     -3.1%
Nashville          457       1,566        29.2%        457      1,309          34.9%       5.7%             0     0.0%       -257    -16.4%
Newbern             40         420         9.5%         79        595          13.3%       3.8%            39    97.5%        175     41.7%
Oneida               2         339         0.6%          1        842           0.1%      -0.5%            -1 --              503    148.4%
Paris               69         675        10.2%         82        640          12.8%       2.6%            13    18.8%        -35     -5.2%
Pulaski            113       1,143         9.9%        154      1,602           9.6%      -0.3%            41    36.3%        459     40.2%
Ripley             295         761        38.8%        340        844          40.3%       1.5%            45    15.3%         83     10.9%
Shelbyville         72       1,081         6.7%         76      1,228           6.2%      -0.5%             4     5.6%        147     13.6%
Whiteville         194         388        50.0%        227        476          47.7%      -2.3%            33    17.0%         88     22.7%
Total            3,910       28,267       13.8%      4,304      32,456         13.3%      -0.6%           394    10.1%      4,189     14.8%
Source: TBR




        Student Participation
        Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                                           18
                                Public Headcount
                        Enrollment Characteristics Fall 2010
                                                       Public
                                                                  Total Public
                             Public Universities    Community
       Characteristics                                            Institutions
                                                     Colleges
                                  #          %       #        %  #      %
                                     Resident Type
  In-State                    124,737 86.2% 95,375 96.9% 220,112 90.5%
  Out-of-State                 16,183     11.2% 2,460   2.5%  18,643 7.7%
  Foreign                       3,755      2.6%     621 0.6%   4,376  1.8%
                                         Status
  Full-Time                   111,931 77.4% 48,123 48.9% 160,054 65.8%
  Part-Time                    32,744     22.6% 50,335 51.1% 83,079 34.2%
                                      Student Level
  Freshman                     32,998     22.8% 48,617 49.4% 81,615 33.6%
  Sophomore                   23,352      16.1% 32,191 32.7% 55,543 22.8%
  Junior                       23,828     16.5%      -    -   23,828 9.8%
  Senior                       34,165     23.6%      -    -   34,165 14.1%
  Other Undergraduate           3,580      2.5% 17,650 17.9% 21,230 8.7%
  Total Undergraduate         117,923 81.5% 98,458 100.0% 216,381 89.0%
  Graduate/Professional        26,752     18.5%      -    -   26,752 11.0%
                                         Gender
  Female                       80,952     56.0% 60,395 61.3% 141,347 58.1%
  Male                         63,723     44.0% 38,062 38.7% 101,785 41.9%
                                          Race
  African-American            27,623      19.1% 18,535 18.8% 46,158 19.0%
  Caucasian                   101,673 70.3% 71,068 72.2% 172,741 71.0%
  Hispanic                      3,180      2.2%   2,180 2.2%   5,360  2.2%
  Other                        12,199      8.4%   6,675 6.8%  18,874 7.8%
  Grand Total                 144,675            98,458      243,133
  Source: THEC SIS




  NOTES
  1. Residency: Two students unknown.
  2. Gender: One student unknown.


Student Participation
Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                      19
     Full-Time and Part-Time Enrollment Fall 2010

                                  Public Universities

                                                                               5%
                   19%     22%              22%             17%   15%
         29%                      30%                33%                27%



                                                                               95%
                   81%     78%              78%             83%   85%
         71%                      70%                67%                73%




        APSU       ETSU MTSU       TSU      TTU      UM     UTC   UTK   UTM  UTHSC

                                       Full‐Time      Part‐Time

                           Public Community Colleges




         43%              49%    48%                  43%   48%                      43%
  51%              54%                  50%                       51%         51%
                                                                        57%
                                               65%




         57%              51%    52%                  57%   52%                      57%
  49%              46%                  50%                       49%         49%
                                                                        43%
                                               35%



 CHSCC CLSCC COSCC DSCC JSCC MSCC NSCC NSTCC PSTCC RSCC STCC VSCC WSCC

                                       Full‐Time     Part‐Time
Source: THEC SIS

  Student Participation
  Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                         20
                                Public Headcount by Student Level
                                            Fall 2010
                                                                                       Graduate &
                              First-Time Freshmen Total Undergraduate
                                                                                       Professional
      Institution
                                         % of Total                 % of Total              % of Total
                                 #                      #                          #
                                         Headcount                  Headcount               Headcount
                                                University
Austin Peay                   1,634        15.2%      9,839           91.6%       905         8.4%
East Tennessee1               2,051        13.7%     12,208           81.4%      2,791        18.6%
Middle Tennessee              3,785        14.2%     23,609           88.6%      3,045        11.4%
Tennessee State               1,341        15.0%      6,875           76.7%      2,086        23.3%
Tennessee Tech                1,893        16.4%      9,425           81.8%      2,103        18.2%
University of Memphis         2,375        10.5%     17,635           78.1%      4,951        21.9%
TBR Total                     13,079       13.7%     79,591           83.4%      15,881       16.6%

UT Chattanooga                 1,961        18.3%         9,196       85.7%      1,530        14.3%
UT Knoxville2                  4,171        15.3%         21,095      77.3%      6,211        22.7%
UT Martin                      1,255        14.8%          7,956      93.8%       523         6.2%
UT HSC                           0           0.0%            85        3.2%      2,607        96.8%
UT Total                       7,387        15.0%         38,332      77.9%      10,871       22.1%

University Total              20,466        14.1%   117,923           81.5%      26,752       18.5%
                                             Community College
Chattanooga                   1,698         16.3%    10,436           100%         -             -
Cleveland                       667         17.8%     3,754           100%         -             -
Columbia                      1,316         23.3%     5,648           100%         -             -
Dyersburg                       912         24.3%     3,759           100%         -             -
Jackson                        1,141        21.2%     5,375           100%         -             -
Motlow                         1,238        23.6%     5,256           100%         -             -
Nashville                      1,339        13.5%     9,906           100%         -             -
Northeast                      1,309        19.3%     6,780           100%         -             -
Pellissippi                    2,076        18.6%    11,169           100%         -             -
Roane                         1,277         18.6%     6,881           100%         -             -
Southwest                      2,549        18.9%    13,505           100%         -             -
Volunteer                     1,682         18.6%     9,029           100%         -             -
Walters                       1,520         21.8%     6,960           100%         -             -
CC Total                      18,724        19.0%    98,458           100%         -             -

Grand Total                   39,190        16.1%         216,381     89.0%      26,752       11.0%
Source: THEC SIS
           NOTES
           1. Includes ETSU Medical and Pharmacy Schools.
           2. Includes UT Space Institute and Veterinary College.


      Student Participation
      Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                               21
                              Public Headcount by Gender
                                       Fall 2010
                                               Female                   Male
                        Institution
                                              #        %            #          %
                                            University
              Austin Peay                     6,657 62.0%           4,087      38.0%
              East Tennessee1                 8,680 57.9%           6,319      42.1%
              Middle Tennessee               14,233 53.4%          12,421      46.6%
              Tennessee State                 5,729 63.9%           3,232      36.1%
              Tennessee Tech                  5,902 51.2%           5,626      48.8%
              University of Memphis          13,868 61.4%           8,718      38.6%
              TBR Total                      55,069 57.7%          40,403      42.3%

              UT Chattanooga                   5,957       55.5%    4,769      44.5%
              UT Knoxville2                   13,372       49.0%   13,934      51.0%
              UT Martin                        4,956       58.5%    3,523      41.5%
              UT HSC                           1,598       59.4%    1,094      40.6%
              UT Total                        25,883       52.6%   23,320      47.4%

              University Total            80,952 56.0%             63,723      44.0%
                                      Community College
              Chattanooga                  6,379 61.1%              4,057      38.9%
              Cleveland                    2,228 59.4%              1,526      40.6%
              Columbia                     3,590 63.6%              2,058      36.4%
              Dyersburg                    2,581 68.7%              1,178      31.3%
              Jackson                      3,518 65.5%              1,857      34.5%
              Motlow                       3,260 62.0%              1,996      38.0%
              Nashville3                   5,976 60.3%              3,929      39.7%
              Northeast                    3,815 56.3%              2,965      43.7%
              Pellissippi                  5,881 52.7%              5,288      47.3%
              Roane                        4,438 64.5%              2,443      35.5%
              Southwest                    8,848 65.5%              4,657      34.5%
              Volunteer                    5,610 62.1%              3,419      37.9%
              Walters                      4,271 61.4%              2,689      38.6%
              CC Total                    60,395 61.3%             38,062      38.7%

              Grand Total                   141,347 58.1% 101,785              41.9%
              Source: THEC SIS
  NOTES
  1. Includes ETSU Medical and Pharmacy Schools.
  2. Includes UT Space Institute and Veterinary College.
  3. One student gender unknown.
Student Participation
Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                            22
                                   Headcount by Race
                                       Fall 2010
                                                                            Other/
                             African-American              Caucasian
         Institution                                                     Not Reported
                                  #          %        #           %       #        %
                                           University
 Austin Peay                     1,971      18.3%     6,810      63.4%    1,963   18.3%
 East Tennessee1                   814       5.4% 12,929         86.2%    1,256    8.4%
 Middle Tennessee                4,413      16.6% 19,421         72.9%    2,820   10.6%
 Tennessee State                 6,292      70.2%     1,895      21.1%      774    8.6%
 Tennessee Tech                    476       4.1% 10,051         87.2%    1,001    8.7%
 University of Memphis           8,475      37.5% 12,012         53.2%    2,099    9.3%
 TBR Total                      22,441      23.5% 63,118         66.1%    9,913   10.4%

 UT Chattanooga                   1,611     15.0%       7,638    71.2%    1,477   13.8%
 UT Knoxville2                    1,966      7.2%      22,193    81.3%    3,147   11.5%
 UT Martin                        1,266     14.9%       6,823    80.5%      390    4.6%
 UT HSC                             339     12.6%       1,901    70.6%      452   16.8%
 UT Total                         5,182     10.5%      38,555    78.4%    5,466   11.1%

 University Total               27,623 19.1% 101,673             70.3%   15,379   10.6%
                                    Community College
 Chattanooga                     1,816 17.4%      7,430          71.2%    1,190   11.4%
 Cleveland                         200  5.3%      3,224          85.9%      330    8.8%
 Columbia                          404  7.2%      4,513          79.9%      731   12.9%
 Dyersburg                         871 23.2%      2,716          72.3%      172    4.6%
 Jackson                         1,074 20.0%      3,896          72.5%      405    7.5%
 Motlow                            406  7.7%      4,376          83.3%      474    9.0%
 Nashville                       2,979 30.1%      5,740          57.9%    1,187   12.0%
 Northeast                         226  3.3%      6,121          90.3%      433    6.4%
 Pellissippi                       968  8.7%      9,317          83.4%      884    7.9%
 Roane                             215  3.1%      5,936          86.3%      730   10.6%
 Southwest                       8,381 62.1%      3,959          29.3%    1,165    8.6%
 Volunteer                         820  9.1%      7,339          81.3%      870    9.6%
 Walters                           175  2.5%      6,501          93.4%      284    4.1%
 CC Total                       18,535 18.8% 71,068              72.2%    8,855    9.0%

 Grand Total                    46,158      19.0% 172,741        71.0%   24,234   10.0%
  Source: THEC SIS
  NOTES
  1. Includes ETSU Medical and Pharmacy Schools.
  2. Includes UT Space Institute and Veterinary College.


Student Participation
Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                             23
                              Undergraduate Headcount
                        by Age and Pell Grant Eligibilty Fall 2010
                                                     Age
                                                                                     Pell Eligible
         Institution                24 & Under        25 & Over
                                    #        %        #       %                       #              %
                                           University
  Austin Peay                     5,920    60.2%    3,919   39.8%                 3,714        37.7%
  East Tennessee                  9,180    75.2%    3,028   24.8%                 4,187        34.3%
  Middle Tennessee               18,051    76.5%    5,558   23.5%                 8,046        34.1%
  Tennessee State                 5,053    73.5%    1,822   26.5%                 3,095        45.0%
  Tennessee Tech                  7,915    84.0%    1,510   16.0%                 2,999        31.8%
  University of Memphis          12,340    70.0%    5,295   30.0%                 7,213        40.9%
  TBR Total                      58,459    73.4% 21,132 26.6%                     29,254       36.8%

  UT Chattanooga                 7,824        85.1%        1,372      14.9%       2,619        28.5%
  UT Knoxville                   19,295       91.5%        1,800       8.5%       4,624        21.9%
  UT Martin                      6,410        80.6%        1,546      19.4%       2,825        35.5%
  UT HSC                           54         63.5%          31       36.5%         32         37.6%
  UT Total                       33,583       87.6%        4,749      12.4%       10,100       26.3%

  University Total               92,042  78.1% 25,881                 21.9%       39,354       33.4%
                                      Community College
  Chattanooga                    5,921   56.7%   4,515                43.3%       3,996        38.3%
  Cleveland                      2,217   59.1%   1,537                40.9%       1,374        36.6%
  Columbia                       3,740   66.2%   1,908                33.8%       1,817        32.2%
  Dyersburg                      2,340   62.3%   1,419                37.7%        1,560       41.5%
  Jackson                         3,473  64.6%   1,902                35.4%        2,246       41.8%
  Motlow                         3,685   70.1%   1,571                29.9%       1,564        29.8%
  Nashville                      4,776   48.2%   5,130                51.8%       4,092        41.3%
  Northeast                      3,816   56.3%   2,964                43.7%        2,846       42.0%
  Pellissippi                    7,309   65.4%   3,860                34.6%       3,787        33.9%
  Roane                          4,346   63.2%   2,535                36.8%       2,606        37.9%
  Southwest                      7,413   54.9%   6,092                45.1%        6,849       50.7%
  Volunteer                      5,700   63.1%   3,329                36.9%       3,023        33.5%
  Walters                        4,479   64.4%   2,481                35.6%       2,614        37.6%
  CC Total                       59,215  60.1% 39,243                 39.9%       38,374       39.0%

  Grand Total                    151,257      69.9%       65,124      30.1%       77,728       35.9%
 Source: THEC SIS

  NOTES
  1. Pell eligible students are defined as students who were eligible to receive the Pell grant at
     any time during their college career.


Student Participation
Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                              24
                           Headcount by Resident Status
                                    Fall 2010
                                       In-State            Out-of-State      Foreign
          Institution
                                   #          %             #        %     #        %
                                            University
  Austin Peay                    9,193      85.6%     1,470       13.7%     81    0.8%
  East Tennessee1               12,523      83.5%     2,134       14.2%    342    2.3%
  Middle Tennessee              24,345      91.3%     1,668       6.3%     641    2.4%
  Tennessee State                6,767      75.5%     2,063       23.0%    131    1.5%
  Tennessee Tech                10,810      93.8%      341         3.0%    377    3.3%
  University of Memphis         19,273      85.3%     2,719       12.0%    594    2.6%
  TBR Total                     82,911      86.8% 10,395          10.9%   2,166   2.3%

  UT Chattanooga                9,667       90.1%       914       8.5%     145    1.4%
  UT Knoxville2                 22,249      81.5%      3,906      14.3%   1,151   4.2%
  UT Martin                      7,955      93.8%       353        4.2%    171    2.0%
  UT HSC                         1,955      72.6%       615       22.8%    122    4.5%
  UT Total                      41,826      85.0%      5,788      11.8%   1,589   3.2%

  University Total             124,737 86.2% 16,183               11.2%   3,755   2.6%
                                    Community College
  Chattanooga                   9,436  90.4%     973               9.3%    27     0.3%
  Cleveland                     3,681  98.1%      58               1.5%    15     0.4%
  Columbia                      5,571  98.6%      54               1.0%    23     0.4%
  Dyersburg                     3,705  98.6%      50               1.3%     4     0.1%
  Jackson                       5,355  99.6%      18               0.3%     2     0.0%
  Motlow                        5,178  98.5%      66               1.3%    12     0.2%
  Nashville                     9,376  94.6%     353               3.6%   177     1.8%
  Northeast                     6,593  97.2%     181               2.7%     6     0.1%
  Pellissippi                  10,835 97.0%      239               2.1%    95     0.9%
  Roane                         6,793  98.7%      59               0.9%    29     0.4%
  Southwest3                   13,057 96.7%      272               2.0%   174     1.3%
  Volunteer                     8,900  98.6%      86               1.0%    43     0.5%
  Walters                       6,895  99.1%      51               0.7%    14     0.2%
  CC Total                     95,375 96.9%     2,460              2.5%   621     0.6%

  Grand Total                  220,112      90.5%      18,643      7.7%   4,376   1.8%
  Source: THEC SIS


  NOTES
  1. Includes ETSU Medical and Pharmacy Schools.
  2. Includes UT Space Institute and Veterinary College.
  3. Two students residency unknown.
Student Participation
Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                              25
                                   Headcount by Major Field
                                          Fall 2010
                                                                       Graduate &
                     Major Field                       Undergraduate                       Total
                                                                       Professional
Agriculture                                                 2,966           362         3,328
Architecture & Related Programs                               415           128           543
Area, Ethnic & Cultural Studies                               269            8            277
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences                           4,586           693         5,279
Business Management & Administrative Services              21,653          2,663       24,316
Communications                                              4,952           370         5,322
Computer & Information Sciences                             2,696           286         2,982
Education                                                   6,599         5,733        12,332
Engineering                                                 9,990         1,468        11,458
English Language & Literature/Letters                       2,255           519         2,774
Foreign Languages & Literatures                               921            76           997
Health Professions & Related Services                       29,627         5,562       35,189
Home Economics                                              3,604           174         3,778
Law & Legal Studies                                           736           916         1,652
Liberal Arts & Sciences                                     41,972          430        42,402
Library Science                                                1            226           227
Mathematics                                                   857           269         1,126
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies                             6,568           28          6,596
Other                                                       17,792         2,422        20,214
Parks, Recreation, Leisure & Fitness Studies                 3,720          659          4,379
Personal & Miscellaneous Services                             177             -           177
Personal Improvement & Leisure Programs                       125             -           125
Philosophy, Religion, & Theology                              322            64           386
Physical Sciences                                           2,313           515         2,828
Protective Services & Public Affairs                        6,409         1,047         7,456
Psychology                                                  5,091           869         5,960
Social Sciences                                             5,645           781         6,426
Technology Education/ Industrial Arts                         826             -           826
Trades and Industrial                                       1,012           24          1,036
Undeclared                                                  25,198           2         25,200
Visual & Performing Arts                                    7,084           436         7,520
Grand Total                                                216,381        26,730       243,111
Source: THEC SIS




       Student Participation
       Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                    26
                                           Off-Campus Enrollment
                                                  Fall 2010
                                Total      Off-Campus Percent of                          Off-Campus Percent of
      Institution                                                          Total FTE
                              Headcount1   Headcount        Total                             FTE      Total
                                                   University
Austin Peay                    11,945          2,144       17.9%             8,391            1,203          14.3%
East Tennessee                 18,153          1,438        7.9%            12,929             568           4.4%
Middle Tennessee               29,226           519         1.8%            21,704             189           0.9%
Tennessee State                11,297           240         2.1%             6,894             117           1.7%
Tennessee Tech                 14,031          1,650       11.8%             9,213             514           5.6%
University of Memphis          26,639          3,409       12.8%            16,904             868           5.1%
TBR Total                      111,291         9,400        8.4%            76,035            3,459          4.5%

UT Chattanooga                  11,857           14           0.1%           9,605              15            0.2%
UT Knoxville                    29,535          250           0.8%          23,402             126            0.5%
UT Martin                       9,330          1,888          20.2%          6,913             800           11.6%
UT HSC                          3,861             0           0.0%           4,519              0             0.0%
UT Total                        54,583         2,152          3.9%          44,439             941           2.1%

University Total               165,874        11,552     7.0%               120,475           4,401          3.7%
                                              Community College
Chattanooga                    11,679          2,068     17.7%               6,724             731           10.9%
Cleveland                       4,558          1,200     26.3%               2,595             410           15.8%
Columbia                        6,860          3,100     45.2%               3,639            1,467          40.3%
Dyersburg                       4,290          2,043     47.6%               2,420            1,058          43.7%
Jackson                         6,129          1,572     25.6%               3,413             583           17.1%
Motlow                          6,489          3,983     61.4%               3,339            1,911          57.2%
Nashville                      10,887          2,808     25.8%               5,628            1,261          22.4%
Northeast                       8,236          2,626     31.9%               4,626            1,127          24.4%
Pellissippi                    13,933          2,715     19.5%               7,291            1,146          15.7%
Roane                           8,884          5,778     65.0%               4,395            2,814          64.0%
Southwest                      18,277          4,046     22.1%               8,433            1,592          18.9%
Volunteer                      10,332          2,550     24.7%               5,778             989           17.1%
Walters                         8,362          4,000     47.8%               4,811            2,083          43.3%
CC Total                       118,916        38,489     32.4%              63,092           17,171          27.2%




        NOTES
        1. Total headcount is duplicated because students are counted at every location in which they
           enrolled in a course fall 2010.
        2. Off-campus enrollment includes all off-campus centers and sites; excludes main, branch or
           merged campus enrollment.

      Student Participation
      Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                       27
                   Total           Off-Campus Percent of                             Off-Campus Percent of
 Institution
                 Headcount1        Headcount        Total     Total FTE                  FTE      Total
                                            Technology Centers
Athens                611                0          0.0%         313                                       0.0%
Chattanooga          1,939             1,107       57.1%        1,028                     343             33.4%
Covington             405                 0         0.0%         222                        0              0.0%
Crossville           1,131                0         0.0%         438                        0              0.0%
Crump                 516                 0         0.0%         329                        0              0.0%
Dickson              1,308              671        51.3%         622                      280             45.1%
Elizabethton         1,056              161        15.2%         584                      113             19.3%
Harriman              654                0          0.0%         358                        0              0.0%
Hartsville            871                0          0.0%         448                        0              0.0%
Hohenwald            1,234              217        17.6%         537                      123             23.0%
Jacksboro             360                0          0.0%         253                        0              0.0%
Jackson              1,638              431        26.3%         730                      339             46.5%
Knoxville            1,575               0          0.0%         789                        0              0.0%
Livingtson           2,389               0          0.0%         478                        0              0.0%
McKenzie              463               115        24.8%         337                       77             22.8%
McMinnville           797                0          0.0%         365                        0              0.0%
Memphis              1,283              224        17.5%         783                      166             21.2%
Morristown           1,352              156        11.5%         724                       79             10.9%
Murfreesboro         5,517               0          0.0%         507                        0              0.0%
Nashville            1,309                0         0.0%         841                        0              0.0%
Newbern               615                47         7.6%         327                       30              9.1%
Oneida                869                92        10.6%         379                       45             11.8%
Paris                 642                72        11.2%         390                       57             14.5%
Pulaski              1,705              759        44.5%         653                      254             39.0%
Ripley                853               125        14.7%         236                       84             35.7%
Shelbyville          1,238              107         8.6%         675                       85             12.5%
Whiteville            481               124        25.8%         223                       53             23.6%
TTC Total           32,811            4,408        13.4%       13,570                    2,127            15.7%

Grand Total         317,601           54,449           17.1%          197,136            23,699           12.0%
Source: THEC SIS, TBR




          NOTES
          1. Total headcount is duplicated because students are counted at every location in which they
             enrolled in a course fall 2010.


       Student Participation
       Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                        28
                   Average ACT Scores of Incoming Freshmen
                                  Fall 2010
                           Total First Time ACT Score           Percent with    Average
        Institution
                             Freshmen          Reported          ACT Score     ACT Score
                                       University
Austin Peay                     1,634            1,375             84.1%         21.3
East Tennessee                  2,051            1,730             84.3%         21.8
Middle Tennessee                3,785            3,547             93.7%         21.9
Tennessee State                 1,341            1,209             90.2%         17.7
Tennessee Tech                  1,893            1,822             96.2%         22.8
University of Memphis           2,375            2,276             95.8%         21.7
TBR Total                      13,079           11,959             91.4%         21.5

UT Chattanooga                  1,961         1,878                95.8%         22.6
UT Knoxville                    4,171         3,948                94.7%         25.7
UT Martin                       1,255         1,183                94.3%         22.2
UT Total                         7,387        7,009                94.9%         24.3
                                  Community College
Chattanooga                     1,698         1,221                71.9%         18.1
Cleveland                         667          516                 77.4%         18.6
Columbia                        1,316         1,058                80.4%         19.4
Dyersburg                         912          592                 64.9%         17.9
Jackson                         1,141          861                 75.5%         18.1
Motlow                          1,238          963                 77.8%         18.5
Nashville                       1,339          651                 48.6%         17.8
Northeast                       1,309          803                 61.3%         18.8
Pellissippi                     2,076         1,453                70.0%         19.8
Roane                           1,277          958                 75.0%         19.0
Southwest                       2,549         1,857                72.9%         16.2
Volunteer                       1,682         1,278                76.0%         18.9
Walters                         1,520         1,178                77.5%         19.3
CC Total                        18,724       13,389                71.5%         18.4

Grand Total                     10,408            8,938            85.9%         20.8
Source: THEC SIS




  Student Participation
  Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                           29
                                    Undergraduate Transfer Student Activity
                        by Sending Institution into Receiving Public Universities Fall 2010
                              Total
   Sending Institution                 APSU     ETSU      MTSU    TSU   TTU   UOM     UTC     UTK   UTM
                              Sent
Austin Peay                    112        -         1       38     14     4    15      10      16    14
East Tennessee                 131        1         -       34      2    11     4      23      54     2
Middle Tennessee               210       17        12        -     36    20    38      22      47    18
Tennessee State                122        9         1       66      -     3    29       3       3     8
Tennessee Tech                 121        8        23       51      0     -     2      11      22     4
University of Memphis          105       6         1       32      5     5      -      9      22     25
UT Chattanooga                 223      12        11       75      5    10    37        -      69     4
UT Knoxville                   110      17         2        27      7     5    44       8       -     0
UT Martin                      224       8        31        79     5     20   42       39       0     -
University Total              1,358      78        82      402     74    78   211     125     233    75
Chattanooga                    372       8         19       31      6    35    2      259      12     0
Cleveland                      142       3        18       16      1    10            77       17     0
Columbia                       319      29         8       206     0    21    10      17       14    14
Dyersburg                      143        5         1       13      2     0   40        0       3    79
Jackson                        252       10         2       56      4     2   64        9       9    96
Motlow                         408       5         8       269     0     97    0       19       6     4
Nashville                      451      79         7       170    104   55     5       9        8    14
Northeast                      287        2       248       10     0     13    0        2      11     1
Pellissippi                    487       4         64       29      0    66    6       25     291     2
Roane                          316       6        51        19     2    163    3       11      60     1
Southwest*                     605        4         6       41      0     2   516      11      16     9
Volunteer                      438      42          9      168     98    79    1       18      19     4
Walters                        317       3        196       21     0      6    0        3      87     1
CC Total                      4,537     200       637     1,049   217   549   647     460     553   225
Grand Total Received          5,895     278       719     1,451   291   627   858     585     786   300
Source: THEC SIS
Student Participation
Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                         30
                                               Undergraduate Transfer Student Activity
                              by Sending Institution into Receiving Public Community Colleges Fall 2010
                         Total
   Sending Institution            CHSCC CLSCC COSCC     DSCC    JSCC      MSCC   NSCC   NSTCC   PSTCC   RSCC   STCC   VSCC       WSCC
                         Sent
Austin Peay                76       8       0      10     1          9     3      14      0       4      2       2     23          0
East Tennessee            281       14      3      3      0          0     1      7      187      22     8       0      2         34
Middle Tennessee          416       26      4      79     9          17    88     73      4       17     8      17     73          1
Tennessee State           137       6       0      5      2          6     5      64      0       3      0      26     20          0
Tennessee Tech            173       17      3      12     0          2     18     45      2       9      11      2     51          1
University of Memphis     241       3       0      1      21         15    3      6       0       2      1     188      1          0
UT Chattanooga            322      179     10      30     2          5     16     18      1       30     3      16     10          2
UT Knoxville              130       2       0      12     38         34    2      7       0       3      0      24      8          0
UT Martin                 248       12      4      18     0          1     5      16      7      111     26     11     15         22
University Total         2,024     267     24     170     73         89   141    250     201     201     59    286    203         60
Chattanooga                77        -     29      5      0          2     14     8       0       6      7       1      3          2
Cleveland                  76       43      -      0      0          0     2      1       0       18     8       0      1          3
Columbia                   76       1       0       -     2          4     11     21      0       6      2       0     28          1
Dyersburg                  72       1       2      5       -         41    0      5       0       2      1      13      1          1
Jackson                    57       1       0      2      32          -    0      6       0       1      3       6      6          0
Motlow                     69       7       1      20     1          3      -     12      0       7      2       0     15          1
Nashville                 118       0       0      17     1          6     13      -      0       11     4       3     62          1
Northeast                  32       2       0      0      0          0     1      2        -      7      1       0      0         19
Pellissippi               154       8       5      1      0          0     4      5       3        -     95      2      6         25
Roane                     105       7       3      1      0          0     1      5       2       75      -      0      3          8
Southwest                  64       4       0      3      25         11    5      8       0       3      1       -      4          0
Volunteer                 116       3       0      24     1          1     23     49      0       7      7       1      -          0
Walters                   101       0       2      3      0          0     0      1       30      47     18      0      0          -
CC Total                 1,117      77     42      81     62         68    74    123      35     190    149     26    129         61
Grand Total Received     3,141     344     66     251    135        157   215    373     236     391    208    312    332        121
Source: THEC SIS




      Student Participation
      Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                                           31
                                          Remedial and Developmental Coursework
                                 Recent High School Graduates, First-time Freshmen Fall 2010
                            Total First Time    No R&D Course   Any R&D Course   Developmental Only    Remedial Only   Both R&D Courses
          Institution         Freshmen           #        %       #       %         #         %         #        %       #         %
                                                                  University
    Austin Peay                  1,599         1,308    81.8%    291    18.2%     242      15.1%       24      1.5%     25       1.6%
    East Tennessee               2,051         1,270    61.9%    781    38.1%     747      36.4%        7      0.3%      27      1.3%
    Middle Tennessee             2,878         2,834    98.5%    44      1.5%      4       0.1%       37       1.3%      3      0.1%
    Tennessee State              1,341          372     27.7%    969    72.3%     678      50.6%       15      1.1%     276     20.6%
    Tennessee Tech               1,890         1,385    73.3%    505    26.7%     505      26.7%       0       0.0%      0      0.0%
    University of Memphis        1,474         1,240    84.1%    234    15.9%      0        0.0%      234      15.9%     0      0.0%
    TBR Total                   11,233         8,409    74.9%   2,824   25.1%    2,176     19.4%      317       2.8%    331     2.9%

    UT Chattanooga              1,955          1,268    64.9%    687     35.1%    687      35.1%       0       0.0%      0       0.0%
    UT Knoxville                4,044          3,981    98.4%     63      1.6%     63       1.6%       0       0.0%      0       0.0%
    UT Martin                   1,237          1,019    82.4%    218     17.6%    218      17.6%       0       0.0%      0       0.0%
    UT Total                    7,236          6,268    86.6%    968     13.4%    968      13.4%       0       0.0%      0       0.0%

    University Total            18,469         14,677   79.5%   3,792  20.5%    3,144      17.0%      317      1.7%     331      1.8%
                                                              Community College
    Chattanooga                 1,703           426     25.0%   1277   75.0%     959       56.3%       20      1.2%     298     17.5%
    Cleveland                     668           178     26.6%    490   73.4%     375       56.1%       18      2.7%      97     14.5%
    Columbia                    1,324           476     36.0%    848   64.0%     654       49.4%      26       2.0%     168     12.7%
    Dyersburg                     910           180     19.8%    730   80.2%     427       46.9%       66      7.3%     237     26.0%
    Jackson                      1,140          279     24.5%    861   75.5%     625       54.8%        4      0.4%     232     20.4%
    Motlow                       1,238          368     29.7%    870   70.3%     670       54.1%       28      2.3%     172     13.9%
    Nashville                    1,337          396     29.6%    941   70.4%     596       44.6%      88       6.6%     257     19.2%
    Northeast                   1,307           300     23.0%   1007   77.0%     636       48.7%      109      8.3%     262     20.0%
    Pellissippi                  2,075          625     30.1%   1450   69.9%     685       33.0%      207      10.0%    558     26.9%
    Roane                       1,303           387     29.7%    916   70.3%     656       50.3%       59      4.5%     201     15.4%
    Southwest                    2,551          356     14.0%   2195   86.0%    1155       45.3%      132      5.2%     908     35.6%
    Volunteer                    1,683          579     34.4%   1104   65.6%     776       46.1%       45      2.7%     283     16.8%
    Walters                      1,517          461     30.4%   1056   69.6%     732       48.3%       44      2.9%     280     18.5%
    CC Total                    18,756         5,011    26.7% 13,745 73.3%      8,946      47.7%      846       4.5%   3,953    21.1%

    Grand Total                 37,225         19,688   52.9%   17,537   47.1%   12,090    32.5%      1,163    3.1%    4,284    11.5%
    Source: THEC SIS
Student Participation
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                                        Retention Rates for Public Institutions Fall 2009 to Fall 2010
                                      Fall 2009 Freshman                                   Enrolled in Fall 2010               Retention Rate Totals
     Institution                              % of                  % of                           % of               % of
                        Total      Black              White                    Total     Black               White            Black   White        Total
                                             Cohort                Cohort                         Cohort             Cohort
                                                                            University
APSU                    1,468       208       14.2%       942      64.2%      1,096       169     15.4%      700     63.9%    81.3%   74.3%        74.7%
ETSU                    2,039       140        6.9%      1,743     85.5%      1,636        99      6.1%     1,417    86.6%    70.7%   81.3%        80.2%
MTSU                    3,619       682       18.8%      2,631     72.7%      2,978       568     19.1%     2,154    72.3%    83.3%   81.9%        82.3%
TSU                     1,325      1,175      88.7%        74       5.6%       943        836     88.7%       55      5.8%    71.1%   74.3%        71.2%
TTU                     1,881        76        4.0%      1,668     88.7%      1,621        63      3.9%     1,437    88.6%    82.9%   86.2%        86.2%
UOM                     2,224       770       34.6%      1,180     53.1%      1,856       639     34.4%      994     53.6%    83.0%   84.2%        83.5%
UTC                     2,189       320       14.6%      1,741     79.5%      1,894       274     14.5%     1,513    79.9%    85.6%   86.9%        86.5%
UTK                     3,705       342        9.2%      2,988     80.6%      3,475       313      9.0%     2,818    81.1%    91.5%   94.3%        93.8%
UTM                     1,373       186       13.5%      1,129     82.2%      1,126       159     14.1%      925     82.1%    85.5%   81.9%        82.0%
UniversityTotal        19,823      3,899      19.7%     14,096     71.11%    16,625      3,120    18.8%    12,013    72.26%   80.0%   85.2%        83.9%
                                                                      Community College
CHSCC                   1,317       270       20.5%       969      73.6%    783       139         17.8%      600     76.6%    51.5%   61.9%        59.5%
CLSCC                    671         48        7.2%       581      86.6%    412        21          5.1%      364     88.3%    43.8%   62.7%        61.4%
COSCC                    885         35        4.0%       510      57.6%    514        17          3.3%      321     62.5%    48.6%   62.9%        58.1%
DSCC                     754        198       26.3%       500      66.3%    417       104         24.9%      279     66.9%    52.5%   55.8%        55.3%
JSCC                    1,013       278       27.4%       679      67.0%    543       127         23.4%      391     72.0%    45.7%   57.6%        53.6%
MSCC                    1,122        91        8.1%       938      83.6%    727        53          7.3%      619     85.1%    58.2%   66.0%        64.8%
NASCC                    966        291       30.1%       582      60.2%    566       148         26.1%      361     63.8%    50.9%   62.0%        58.6%
NESCC                   1,244        38        3.1%      1,155     92.8%    799        14          1.8%      749     93.7%    36.8%   64.8%        64.2%
PSTCC                   1,639       179       10.9%      1,341     81.8%   1,031       91          8.8%      862     83.6%    50.8%   64.3%        62.9%
RSCC                    1,306        28        2.1%      1,138     87.1%    838        18          2.1%      726     86.6%    64.3%   63.8%        64.2%
STCC                    2,114      1,453      68.7%       562      26.6%   1,075      668         62.1%      352     32.7%    46.0%   62.6%        50.9%
VSCC                    1,528       159       10.4%      1,267     82.9%    884        76          8.6%      743     84.0%    47.8%   58.6%        57.9%
WSCC                    1,750        62        3.5%      1,610     92.0%   1,091       33          3.0%     1,005    92.1%    53.2%   62.4%        62.3%
CC Total               16,309      3,130      19.2%     11,832     72.55% 9,680      1,509        15.6%     7,372    76.16%   48.2%   62.3%        59.4%
Grand Total            36,132      7,029      19.5%     25,928     71.76%     26,305     4,629    17.60%   19,385    73.69%   65.9%   74.8%        72.8%
Source: THEC SIS
      NOTES
      1. Retention rates are inter-institutional rates within the public system.

       Student Success
       Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                                                            34
              Remedial and Developmental Student Success
                          Fall 2009 - Fall 2010
                                                       Successful
                                   R&D Cohort                               Percent
            Institution                                Completion1
                                    Fall 2009                              Successful
                                                        Fall 2010
                                          University
     Austin Peay                         466                262                56.2%
     East Tennessee                      986                415                42.1%
     Middle Tennessee                    150                100                66.7%
     Tennessee State                    1,479               409                27.7%
     Tennessee Tech                      587                288                49.1%
     University of Memphis               530                359                67.7%
     TBR Total                          4,198              1,833               43.7%

     UT Chattanooga                     1,255               635                50.6%
     UT Knoxville                        154                148                96.1%
     UT Martin                           367                289                78.7%
     UT Total                           1,776              1,072               60.4%

     University Total                 5,974         2,905                      48.6%
                                    Community College
     Chattanooga                      2,785          837                       30.1%
     Cleveland                         914           304                       33.3%
     Columbia                         1,520          402                       26.4%
     Dyersburg                        1,244          250                       20.1%
     Jackson                          1,491          341                       22.9%
     Motlow                           1,620          429                       26.5%
     Nashville                        2,615          835                       31.9%
     Northeast                        1,786          433                       24.2%
     Pellissippi                      2,816          633                       22.5%
     Roane                            1,599          477                       29.8%
     Southwest                        4,839         1,079                      22.3%
     Volunteer                        2,357          678                       28.8%
     Walters                          1,780          520                       29.2%
     CC Total                         27,366        7,218                      26.4%

     Grand Total                       33,340              10,123              30.4%
     Source: THEC SIS


   NOTES
   1. A student is counted as a successful completer if s/he took a remedial or developmental
      course in fall 2009 and enrolled in only college level courses during fall 2010.


Student Success
Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                     35
                                          Awards by Institution
                                        Academic Year 2009 - 2010
                                                                         Ed.
      Institution        Associate   Bachelors Certificate   Masters                Prof.   Doctoral         Total
                                                                       Specialist
                                                   University
Austin Peay                 134       1,157         1        267           4         0         0            1,563
East Tennessee1              0        1,873        26        648           7        126       57            2,737
Middle Tennessee             0        3,629         6        695         136         0        20            4,486
Tennessee State             114        984         30        370          23         0        79            1,600
Tennessee Tech               0        1,528         0        454         179         0        19            2,180
University of Memphis        0        2,562        38        810          13        127      125            3,675
TBR Total                   248       11,733       101      3,244        362        253      300            16,241

UT Chattanooga               -        1,275         0          407        20         0        52            1,754
UT Knoxville2                -        4,108         38        1,561       12        234      258            6,211
UT Martin                    -        1,017          0         129        0          0         0            1,146
UT HSC                       -         117          0          141        0         403      139             800
UT Total                     0        6,517         38        2,238       32        637      449            9,911

UniversityTotal             248       18,250      139     5,482          394        890      749            26,152
                                               Community College
Chattanooga                 745          -        185        -             -          -        -             930
Cleveland                   327          -        176        -             -          -        -             503
Columbia                    543          -         63        -             -          -        -             606
Dyersburg                   215          -        12         -             -          -        -             227
Jackson                     524          -         45        -             -          -        -             569
Motlow                      537          -         60        -             -          -        -             597
Nashville                   481          -        155        -             -          -        -             636
Northeast                   687          -        233        -             -          -        -             920
Pellissippi                 794          -          0        -             -          -        -             794
Roane                       676          -        102        -             -          -        -             778
Southwest                   664          -        464        -             -          -        -            1,128
Volunteer                   628          -        405        -             -          -        -            1,033
Walters                     715          -        314        -             -          -        -            1,029
CC Total                   7,536         -       2,214       -             -          -        -            9,750

Grand Total                7,784      18,250      2,353       5,482      394        890      749            35,902
Source: THEC SIS




           NOTES
           1. Includes ETSU Medical and Pharmacy Schools.
           2. Includes UT Space Institute and Veterinary College.


       Student Success
       Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                     36
                                                         Awards by Major Field
                                                         Academic Year 2009 - 2010
                                             CC                                 Graduate                  Ed.
               Major Field                              Associate   Bachelors                 Masters                Prof.   Doctoral   Total
                                          Certificate                           Certificate             Specialist
Agriculture                                    8          14          467           0          54           0         0        11        554
Architecture and Related Programs              0            0          74           0          43           0         0         0        117
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies              0            0          91           5            1          0         0         0         97
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences              0            2         741           5          119          0         0        43        910
Business Management                          183          867        3,436         11         1,063         0         0        33       5,593
Communications                                 3           64        1,115          0          86           0         0        10       1,278
Computer and Information Systems              51           71         208           4           59          0         0         8        401
Education                                      0          273         567          25         1,607        389        0        132      2,993
Engineering                                  122          340         994           3          311          0         0        77       1,847
English Languages and Literatures              0            0         531           0          116          0         0        17        664
Foreign Languages                              0            3         216           0          25           0         0         3        247
Health Professions                          1,109        1,764       1,454         41          679          0        597       242      5,886
Home Economics                               229          132         566           0          53           0         0         6        986
Industrial Arts/Technology Education           0          175           0           0            0          0         0         0        175
Law and Legal Studies                          0           80          20           0            0          0        293        0        393
Liberal Arts and Science                       0         3,733        988           0          55           0         0         0       4,776
Library Science                                2            0           0           0          58           0         0         0         60
Marketing Operations                           0            0           0           0            0          0         0         0          0
Mathematics                                    0            0         103          11          53           0         0        15        182
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies                0            0        1,283         11           27          0         0         0       1,321
Parks, Recreations, Leisure and Fitness        0            0         696           0          240          0         0        16        952
Personal and Miscellaneous Services          15             9           0           0            0          0         0         0         24
Personal Improvement and Fitness              28            0           0           0            0          0         0         0         28
Philosophy, Religion and Theology              0            0          68           0          15           0         0         2         85
Physical Sciences                              6            0         309           0          66           0         0        34        415
Protective Services and Public Affairs       239          148         796           7          316          0         0         8       1,514
Psychology                                     0            0        1,138          6          182          5         0        50       1,381
Social Sciences and History                    9            6        1,383          9          139          0         0        35       1,581
Trades and Industrial                        125          17          115           0            4          0         0         0        261
Visual and Performing Arts                   85           86          891           0          111          0         0         7       1,180
Blank                                          0            0           0           1            0          0         0         0          1
Grand Total                                 2,214        7,784       18,250        139        5,482        394       890       749      35,902
Source: THEC SIS
   Student Success
   Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                                                                  37
                                                 Awards by Major Field by Public University
                                                         Academic Year 2009 - 2010
                                                                                                                                          Grand    Percent
               Major Field                APSU      ETSU      MTSU      TSU       TTU       UOM      UTC       UTK       UTM      UTHSC
                                                                                                                                          Total    of Total
Agriculture                                     9     -            87        12        69    -            25     220      110       -     532        2.0%
Architecture and Related Programs            -        -          -       -         -            18    -             99     -        -     117        0.4%
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies            -            2      -           4     -            12    -             79     -        -      97        0.4%
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences              52        96     149         74       57      109         55      228         60       28  908        3.5%
Business Management                         287       387       882      217       350       709      420      1,097      207       -    4,556      17.4%
Communications                                 89     113       292       -          21      158         51      456         31     -    1,211       4.6%
Computer and Information Systems               17        68        39       16       43         33       20         38        5     -     279        1.1%
Education                                   158       206       518      179       520       464      211        355      109       -    2,720      10.4%
Engineering                                    21     105       111         59     267       123      110        554         29        6 1,385       5.3%
English Languages and Literatures              46        65        87       29       20      143         56      204         14     -     664        2.5%
Foreign Languages                              13         2        58        3       11         44       15         91        7     -     244        0.9%
Health Professions                          141       713       171      379         95      270      177        343         72     766 3,127       12.0%
Home Economics                               -           88     128         38       39          3       88      187         54     -     625        2.4%
Industrial Arts/Technology Education           14      -         -        -        -          -        -          -        -        -     14         0.1%
Law and Legal Studies                        -         -         -        -        -         127         20      166       -        -     313        1.2%
Liberal Arts and Science                    185       168       295      181         94      219          8       -        -        -    1,150       4.4%
Library Science                              -         -         -        -        -          -        -            58     -        -      58        0.2%
Marketing Operations                         -         -         -        -        -          -        -          -        -        -       0        0.0%
Mathematics                                     3        14        32       10        9         27        2         84        1     -     182        0.7%
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies                85     109       291       -        280       308       -            45    203       -    1,321       5.1%
Parks, Recreations, Leisure and Fitness        73     102       148         34       70      114         81      272         58     -     952        3.6%
Personal and Miscellaneous Services          -         -         -        -        -          -        -          -        -        -       0        0.0%
Personal Improvement and Fitness             -         -         -        -        -          -        -          -        -        -       0        0.0%
Philosophy, Religion and Theology            -            9         8     -        -            26       10         31        1     -      85        0.3%
Physical Sciences                              33        50        50       29       36         52       40      105         14     -     409        1.6%
Protective Services and Public Affairs      108       188       189      110                 131      100        251         50     -    1,127       4.3%
Psychology                                     66        81     219      115          41     202      133        495         29     -    1,381       5.3%
Social Sciences and History                 102       122       261         49     102       221         90      559         60     -    1,566       6.0%
Trades and Industrial                        -         -        119       -         -         -        -          -        -        -     119        0.5%
Visual and Performing Arts                     61        49     352         62        56     162         42      193         32     -    1,009       3.9%
Blank                                        -         -         -        -         -         -        -             1     -        -       1        0.0%
Grand Total                                1,563     2,737     4,486    1,600     2,180     3,675    1,754      6,211    1,146       800 26,152    100.0%
Source: THEC SIS
        Student Success
        Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                                                               38
                                                      Awards by Major Field by Public Community College
                                                                   Academic Year 2009 - 2010
                                                                                                                                                                             Grand   Percent
               Major Field                CHSCC CLSCC COSCC          DSCC       JSCC       MSCC       NASCC NESCC       PSCC       RSCC       STCC      VSCC       WSCC
                                                                                                                                                                             Total   of Total
Agriculture                                 -        -          3      -          -          -              8    -        -          -              3     -            8       22     0.2%
Architecture and Related Programs           -        -      -          -          -          -          -        -        -          -          -         -          -          0     0.0%
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies           -        -      -          -          -          -          -        -        -          -          -         -          -          0     0.0%
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences           -        -      -          -          -          -          -        -        -          -              2     -          -          2     0.0%
Business Management                             82   107        46         14         50         44         88   109          55         83     158           83     118     1,037   10.6%
Communications                              -        -           3     -          -          -          -        -            64     -           -        -                    67     0.7%
Computer and Information Systems                 2   -      -               1     -               1         33     17         28          8        32     -                   122     1.3%
Education                                       14   -          41          9         19         60         14     13         49         42         1         3        8      273     2.8%
Engineering                                     56     26   -          -              15     -              55   112          50     -          126        -          22      462     4.7%
English Languages and Literatures           -        -      -          -         -           -          -        -        -          -           -         -          -         0     0.0%
Foreign Languages                           -        -      -          -         -           -               3   -        -          -           -         -          -         3     0.0%
Health Professions                          338        90   205            82    271             67         59   133      -          314        364       504        332     2,759   28.3%
Home Economics                                17       26     23           18      20            43         59     60       14          3          33        43          2    361     3.7%
Industrial Arts/Technology Education          11        8      8            3      14             8         14     20        8         60           7      -          -       161     1.7%
Law and Legal Studies                         14     -      -          -         -           -          -        -          22          5          28        11       -        80     0.8%
Liberal Arts and Science                    298      132    257            94    178         374        200      363      479        219        305       362        365     3,626   37.2%
Library Science                             -        -      -          -            2        -          -        -        -          -           -         -          -         2     0.0%
Marketing Operations                        -        -      -          -         -           -          -        -        -          -           -         -          -         0     0.0%
Mathematics                                 -        -      -          -         -           -          -        -        -          -           -         -          -         0     0.0%
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies             -        -      -          -         -           -          -        -        -          -           -         -          -         0     0.0%
Parks, Recreations, Leisure and Fitness     -        -      -          -         -           -          -        -        -          -           -         -          -         0     0.0%
Personal and Miscellaneous Services         -        -      -          -         -           -            13     -        -          -           -         -            11     24     0.2%
Personal Improvement and Fitness            -          28   -          -         -           -          -        -        -          -           -         -          -        28     0.3%
Philosophy, Religion and Theology           -        -      -          -         -           -          -        -        -          -           -         -          -         0     0.0%
Physical Sciences                           -        -      -          -         -           -          -           6     -          -           -         -          -         6     0.1%
Protective Services and Public Affairs        30       86      6         6       -           -            24        3        5         29           8        27      163      387     4.0%
Psychology                                  -        -      -          -         -           -          -        -        -          -           -         -          -         0     0.0%
Social Sciences and History                 -        -      -          -         -           -          -        -        -            15        -         -          -        15     0.2%
Trades and Industrial                       -        -      -          -         -           -            21       84     -          -             37      -          -       142     1.5%
Visual and Performing Arts                    68     -        14       -         -           -            45     -          20       -             24      -          -       171     1.8%
Grand Total                                  930      503    606       227        569         597        636      920      794        778      1,128     1,033      1,029    9,750   100.0%
Source: THEC SIS




        Student Success
        Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                                                                                             39
                                  Awards by Gender
                               Academic Year 2009 - 2010
                                       Undergraduate                      Graduate
       Institution
                              Female       Male         Blank    Female    Male      Blank
                                            University
Austin Peay                    842          448             1     196        75       1
East Tennessee1               1,115         757             1     554       310       0
Middle Tennessee              2,005        1,622            2     556       300       1
Tennessee State                768          330             0     357       144       1
Tennessee Tech                 773          755             0     428       223       1
University of Memphis         1,598         963             1     687       426       0
TBR Total                     7,101        4,875            5    2,778     1,478      4

UT Chattanooga                 738          537             0     271       208       0
UT Knoxville2                 2,115        1,992            1    1,184      916       3
UT Martin                      592          425             0      87        42       0
UT HSC                         107           10             0     422       261       0
UT Total                      3,552        2,964            1    1,964     1,427      3

University Total             10,653   7,839      6               4,742     2,905      7
                                    Community College
Chattanooga                    606     324       0                 -         -        -
Cleveland                      280     222       1                 -         -        -
Columbia                       427     179       0                 -         -        -
Dyersburg                      196      31       0                 -         -        -
Jackson                        397     172       0                 -         -        -
Motlow                         425     172       0                 -         -        -
Nashville                      361     275       0                 -         -        -
Northeast                      475     445       0                 -         -        -
Pellissippi                    454     340       0                 -         -        -
Roane                          538     240       0                 -         -        -
Southwest                      661     461       6                 -         -        -
Volunteer                      622     403       8                 -         -        -
Walters                        569     431      29                 -         -        -
CC Total                      6,011   3,695     44                 0         0        0

Grand Total                  16,664       11,534            50   4,742     2,905      7
Source: THEC SIS


   NOTES
   1. Includes ETSU Medical and Pharmacy Schools.
   2. Includes UT Space Institute and Veterinary College.


Student Success
Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                           40
                                    Total Awards by Gender and Award Type
                                           Academic Year 2009 - 2010
               CC                                                               Ed.
 Gender                    Associate    Bachelors Certificate       Masters                    Prof.     Doctoral         Total
            Certificate                                                       Specialist
Female        1,044         5,144        10476           99         3438          314          459        432            21,406
Male          1,132         2,634         7768          40          2038          80           431        316            14,439
Blank           38            6             6            0            6            0            0          1               57
Total         2,214         7,784        18,250         139         5,482         394          890        749            35,902
Source: THEC SIS


                                       Total Awards by Race and Award Type
                                             Academic Year 2009 - 2010
                         CC                                                         Ed.
      Race                          Associate   Bachelors Certificate   Masters                  Prof.    Doctoral        Total
                      Certificate                                                 Specialist
African-American           348        869         2941        37         693         57           82        76           5,103
Caucasian                 1,679      6,385       14061        85        4,127       327           728       521          27,913
Hispanic                    41        150         307          2         102          3            13       18            636
Other                      146        380         941         15         560          7           67        134          2,250
Total                     2,214      7,784       18,250       139       5,482       394           890       749          35,902
Source: THEC SIS




          Student Success
          Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                               41
                                               Awards by Race
                                           Academic Year 2009 - 2010
                                         Undergraduate                                    Graduate
      Institution
                         Afr-Amrcn   Caucasian    Hispanic     Other   Afr-Amrcn   Caucasian    Hispanic        Other
                                                      University
Austin Peay                 185         860         58         188        34         177             6          55
East Tennessee1              59        1,676        16         122        41         738             15          70
Middle Tennessee            411        2,954        74         190        93         668             14          82
Tennessee State             805         240         14          39       264         197             5          36
Tennessee Tech               48        1,403        17          60        29         572             8          43
University of Memphis       865        1,532        51         114       220         736             21         136
TBR Total                  2,373       8,665        230        713       681        3,088            69         422

UT Chattanooga              176        1,036         24         39        37         402              9          31
UT Knoxville2               307        3,560         56         185      153        1649             44         257
UT Martin                   117         869           9          22        8         109              2          10
UT HSC                      27          79           0          11       66          540             14         63
UT Total                    627        5,544         89         257      264        2,700            69         361

University Total           3,000      14,209       319      970          945        5,788            138        783
                                                 Community College
Chattanooga                 104         796         8        22           -           -               -          -
Cleveland                    13         462         6        22           -           -               -          -
Columbia                     41         511        18        36           -           -               -          -
Dyersburg                    35         188         2         2           -           -               -          -
Jackson                      65         478         6        20           -           -               -          -
Motlow                       27         531        18        21           -           -               -          -
Nashville                   120         442         24       50           -           -               -          -
Northeast                    18         841         9        52           -           -               -          -
Pellissippi                  44         695        21        34           -           -               -          -
Roane                        9          702         8        59           -           -               -          -
Southwest                   595         445        21        67           -           -               -          -
Volunteer                    63         890        21        59           -           -               -          -
Walters                      24         935        17        53           -           -               -          -
CC Total                   1,158       7,916       179      497           0           0               0          0

Grand Total                4,158      22,125        498        1,467     945        5,788            138        783
 Source: THEC SIS




              NOTES
              1. Includes ETSU Medical and Pharmacy Schools.
              2. Includes UT Space Institute and Veterinary College.


         Student Success
         Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                       42
                      Awards by Age and by Pell Grant Eligibility
                             Academic Year 2009 - 2010
                                             Adult Undergraduate              Pell Eligible Undergraduate
            Institution
                                        Certficate Associate Bachelor Certficate Associate Bachelor
                                                University
Austin Peay                                 -        110           603          -          61             578
East Tennessee                              -          -           767          -           -             799
Middle Tennessee                            -          -          1,336         -           -            1,561
Tennessee State                             -         82           416          -          67             509
Tennessee Tech                              -          -           460          -           -             741
University of Memphis                       -          -          1,212         -           -            1,246
TBR Total                                   0        192          4,794         0          128           5,434

UT Chattanooga                              -           -          396          -           -             513
UT Knoxville                                -           -          673          -           -            1,247
UT Martin                                   -           -          316          -           -             474
UT HSC                                      -           -           75          -           -              36
UT Total                                    0           0         1,460         0           0            2,270

UniversityTotal                             0    192     6,254                  0          128           7,704
                                         Community College
Chattanooga                                93    445       -                    71         368            -
Cleveland                                 108    190       -                   72          182            -
Columbia                                  49     267       -                   17          243            -
Dyersburg                                  12    128       -                     8         134            -
Jackson                                    30    297       -                    21         289            -
Motlow                                     46    251       -                    29         267            -
Nashville                                 129    321       -                   61          254            -
Northeast                                 158    357       -                   120         393            -
Pellissippi                                 0    383       -                     0         382            -
Roane                                      71    361       -                   58          353            -
Southwest                                 308    445       -                   256         410            -
Volunteer                                 249    347       -                   156         325            -
Walters                                   173    320       -                   161         405            -
CC Total                                 1,426 4,112       0                  1,030       4,005           0

Grand Total                              1,426       4,304       6,254       1,030       4,133       7,704
Percent of Total UG Awards               60.6%       55.3%       34.3%       43.8%       53.1%       42.2%
Source: THEC SIS
      NOTES
      1. Adult undergraduate students are defined as 25 years or older at time of degree receipt.
      2. Pell eligible undergraduate students are defined as students who were eligible to receive the
         Pell grant at any time during their college career.
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  Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                            43
                                   Six Year Graduation Rates
                                        Fall 2004 Cohort
                           First-Time, Grads From Admitting       Grads From Other        Total Public Higher
       Institution          Full-Time        Institution             Institutions        Education Graduates
                           Freshmen
                                           #            %            #           %              #        %
                                               University
Austin Peay                  1,185         391     33.0%           68          5.7%        459       38.7%
East Tennessee               1,487         570     38.3%           117         7.9%        687       46.2%
Middle Tennessee             3,128        1,428    45.7%           228         7.3%       1,656      52.9%
Tennessee State              1,200         412     34.3%            34         2.8%        446       37.2%
Tennessee Tech               1,249         563     45.1%           129        10.3%        692       55.4%
University of Memphis        2,022         726     35.9%           86         4.3%         812       40.2%
TBR Total                    10,271       4,090    39.8%           662         6.4%       4,752      46.3%

UT Chattanooga               1,489         552        37.1%        182        12.2%        734       49.3%
UT Knoxville                 4,395        2,602       59.2%        336         7.6%       2,938      66.8%
UT Martin                    1,183         523        44.2%        119        10.1%        642       54.3%
UT Total                     7,067        3,677       52.0%        637         9.0%       4,314      61.0%

University Total             17,338       7,767 44.8%      1,299               7.5%       9,066      52.3%
                                          Community College
Chattanooga                  1,113         190  17.1%        77                6.9%        267       24.0%
Cleveland                     532          102  19.2%       78                14.7%        180       33.8%
Columbia                      778          190  24.4%       126               16.2%        316       40.6%
Dyersburg                     520           78  15.0%        40                7.7%        118       22.7%
Jackson                       737          141  19.1%        69                9.4%        210       28.5%
Motlow                        816          180  22.1%       124               15.2%        304       37.3%
Nashville                     640          105  16.4%        57                8.9%        162       25.3%
Northeast                     844          209  24.8%        92               10.9%        301       35.7%
Pellissippi                  1,035         196  18.9%       135               13.0%        331       32.0%
Roane                         958          223  23.3%       151               15.8%        374       39.0%
Southwest                    1,574         161  10.2%        54                3.4%        215       13.7%
Volunteer                    1,060         210  19.8%       133               12.5%        343       32.4%
Walters                       952          231  24.3%       138               14.5%        369       38.8%
CC Total                     11,559       2,216 19.2%      1,274              11.0%       3,490      30.2%

Grand Total                  28,897       9,983       34.5%       2,573        8.9%       12,556     43.5%
Source: THEC SIS

       NOTES
       1. The six-year graduation rate includes summer 2004 and fall 2004 first-time freshmen
          matched to graduates through AY 2009-2010.

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    Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                     44
                                          Six Year Graduation Rates
                                           by Institution and Race
                                     2002                            2003                            2004
      Institution
                          Total      Black     White      Total      Black     White      Total      Black        White
                                                    University
Austin Peay               37.0%     26.6%      40.9%    36.5%       25.5%      39.8%      38.7%     33.7%         40.1%
East Tennessee            47.5%     35.6%      48.2%    47.8%       32.4%      49.0%      46.2%     18.3%         48.2%
Middle Tennessee          50.5%     47.1%      51.5%    51.8%       45.1%      52.6%      52.9%     44.4%         54.7%
Tennessee State           38.6%     39.3%      33.6%    42.2%       42.8%      29.4%      37.2%     37.6%         32.6%
Tennessee Tech            49.2%     35.1%      50.9%    56.9%       64.3%      57.4%      55.4%     39.0%         58.2%
University of Memphis     41.9%     31.4%      46.1%    40.9%       30.1%      48.2%      40.2%     28.7%         48.0%
TBR Total                 45.4%     37.7%      48.5%    46.9%       38.3%      50.3%      46.3%     35.1%         40.1%

UT Chattanooga            47.1%     41.5%      49.7%      51.4%     45.7%      54.4%      49.3%     30.7%         52.7%
UT Knoxville              64.1%     57.0%      65.2%      65.4%     56.8%      66.7%      66.8%     57.0%         66.3%
UT Martin                 53.1%     39.7%      57.5%      55.0%     45.0%      56.7%      54.3%     37.3%         53.2%
UT Total                  58.7%     46.9%      61.3%      60.4%     49.5%      62.7%      61.0%     43.3%         61.6%

University Total          50.4%     40.1%      53.7%  52.0%     41.4%          55.4%      52.3%     37.4%         55.7%
                                                Community College
Chattanooga               23.6%     11.1%      27.0%  25.5%     12.6%          28.7%      24.0%     10.5%         27.5%
Cleveland                 32.7%     21.7%      33.3%  30.9%     12.5%          32.1%      33.8%     12.5%         34.8%
Columbia                  38.7%     30.9%      39.9%  43.6%     32.7%          45.7%      40.6%     25.0%         42.3%
Dyersburg                 27.9%     11.2%      31.8%  25.0%     13.6%          28.0%      22.7%      8.7%         25.7%
Jackson                   32.3%     19.4%      36.8%  28.5%      7.9%          34.5%      28.5%     13.9%         30.8%
Motlow                    38.9%     21.7%      40.4%  40.7%     16.9%          43.4%      37.3%     13.2%         40.5%
Nashville                 23.5%     16.3%      27.2%  25.0%     14.2%          30.4%      25.3%     12.7%         30.6%
Northeast                 34.7%      0.0%      34.9%  35.4%     18.8%          35.9%      35.7%     13.6%         36.3%
Pellissippi               33.3%     16.3%      35.1%  37.4%     12.1%          39.3%      32.0%     14.8%         34.0%
Roane                     42.0%     36.4%      41.7%  40.0%     30.8%          41.1%      39.0%     23.5%         39.4%
Southwest                 18.3%     13.5%      27.1%  15.0%     10.4%          23.8%      13.7%      9.1%         22.3%
Volunteer                 27.8%     18.7%      29.0%  31.1%     15.7%          32.0%      32.4%     10.5%         33.6%
Walters                   34.9%     16.3%      35.2%  35.6%     20.0%          36.3%      38.8%     20.9%         39.3%
CC Total                  31.0%     15.4%      34.4%  31.1%     12.7%          35.4%      30.2%     11.2%         34.4%

Grand Total               42.7%     31.2%      45.8%      43.3%     30.6%      46.7%      43.5%     27.7%         47.0%
Source: THEC SIS




            NOTES
            1. The six-year graduation rate includes summer and fall first-time freshmen matched to gradu-
               ates through six academic years.


        Student Success
        Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                          45
                           Job Placement Rates
                       Community College Graduates
                  Academic Years 1998 - 1999 to 2008 - 2009
       Academic Year            Total Placeable       Total Placed     Percent Placed
           1998 - 1999               3,511               3,300               94%
           1999 - 2000               3,936               3,548               90%
           2000 - 2001               4,055               3,627               89%
           2001 - 2002               3,775               3,381               90%
           2002 - 2003               3,759               3,396               90%
           2003 - 2004               4,003               3,643               91%
           2004 - 2005               4,081               3,746               92%
           2005 - 2006               4,163               3,849               92%
           2006 - 2007               3,996               3,726               93%
           2007 - 2008               4,092               3,784               92%
           2008 - 2009               3,702               3,415               92%
           2009 - 2010               3,784               3,385               89%


                             Job Placement Rates
                          Community College Graduates
                            by Institution 2009 - 2010
            Institution         Total Placeable       Total Placed     Percent Placed
       Chattanooga                    404                 381                94%
       Cleveland                      129                 124                96%
       Columbia                       302                 218                72%
       Dyersburg                       78                  72                92%
       Jackson                        311                 289                93%
       Motlow                          76                  72                95%
       Nashville                      280                 258                92%
       Northeast                      206                 163                79%
       Pellissippi                    175                 156                89%
       Roane                          372                 360                97%
       Southwest                      485                 393                81%
       Volunteer                      415                 392                94%
       Walters                        551                 507                92%
       Total                         3,784               3,385               89%
       Source: THEC Academic Affairs

   NOTES
   1. Total placeable graduates are defined as the number of graduates eligible for placement in
      a job related to the field in which they received their degree.
   2. Total placed graduates are defined as the number of graduates from the spring, summer
      and fall terms within a calendar year who obtain employment through June 30 of the follow-
      ing year.
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Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                        46
                      Tennessee Technology Centers
              Certificates and Diplomas Awarded 2009 - 2010
               Institution       Certificates     Diplomas     Total
         Athens                       33             165        198
         Chattanooga                 124             424        548
         Covington                    49              88        137
         Crossville                   35             223        258
         Crump                        57             165        222
         Dickson                      65             260        325
         Elizabethton                194             245        439
         Harriman                     73             132        205
         Hartsville                  133             165        298
         Hohenwald                   171             204        375
         Jacksboro                    54             114        168
         Jackson                     136             295        431
         Knoxville                    41             473        514
         Livingston                   37             173        210
         McKenzie                     48             148        196
         McMinnville                  42             177        219
         Memphis                     142             351        493
         Morristown                   56             312        368
         Murfreesboro                 75             148        223
         Nashville                   253             261        514
         Newbern                      48             117        165
         Oneida                       80             148        228
         Paris                        67             214        281
         Pulaski                     132             173        305
         Ripley                       58              99        157
         Shelbyville                 171             278        449
         Whiteville                   22              75         97
                             #     2,396            5,627      8,023
         Grand Total
                             %     29.9%           70.1%      100.0%
         Source: TBR




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Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011            47
                    Tennessee Technology Centers
              Completers by Academic Program 2009 - 2010
   Academic Program                            Certificate Diploma Other   Total
   Adult Basic Education                            0         0     470     470
   Adv Manufacturing Educ                           4         3      14      21
   Aesthetician                                    40         0      0       40
   Aesthetics                                      19         0      0       19
   Aircraft Mechanics                               3        106     9      118
   Asst Animal Lab Technology                       0         9      0       9
   Automotive Mechanics                            14         29     10      53
   Automotive Technology                          160        148     77     385
   Avionics                                         0         6      0       6
   Barbering                                        1         24     0       25
   Biomedical Electronics Technician                0         10     0       10
   Biomedical Technology                            0         14     0       14
   Brick, Block, & Stonemasonry                    11         5      1       17
   Business Systems Technology                    339        675    460    1474
   Collision Repair Technology                     56        104     30     190
   Computer Based Graphic Design                    8         11     0       19
   Computer Operating Systems & Netw               14         8      35      57
   Computer Operations                            150        227    221     598
   Concrete Technology                              5         0      0       5
   Cosmetology                                     18        204     82     304
   Culinary Arts                                    0         0      29      29
   Data Processing Technology                       6         0      0       6
   Dental Assistant                                 0         1      81      82
   Dental Assisting                                 0         76     30     106
   Dental Laboratory Technician                    22         20     0       42
   Diesel Powered Equipment Technolo               17         48     4       69
   Dietary Management                               0         0      3       3
   Dietary Management Assistant                    17         0      22      39
   Drafting And Cad Technology                     32         92     48     172
   Early Childhood Education                       17         23     52      92
   Electrical & Electronics Equipment              45        106     4      155
   Electrical & Power Transmission I                0         24     0       24
   Electro Mechanical Technology                    4         4      9       17
   Electronics Technology                          34         60     18     112
   Employee Team Leadership                         0         0      69      69
   General Building Trades                         19         44    143     206
   General Metal Work                               9         20     1       30
   Graphic & Printing Communications                1         15     0       16
   Hazardous Materials                              0         1     185     186
   Health Information                               0         12     0       12
   Health Science Education                         0         0     143     143

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Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                        48
   Academic Program                            Certificate Diploma Other Total
   Heating, Ventilation, Air Cond &                77        227    108    412
   Heavy Equip Maint & Repairs                      0         15      9     24
   Horticulture General                             0          9      0     9
   Industrial Electricity                          22        113      0    135
   Industrial Electronics                           6         17     19     42
   Industrial Maintenance                         120        289    249    658
   Industrial Training Technology                   0          0    1937  1937
   Information Technology                           5          4      0     9
   IV Therapy (Full-Time)                           0          0      5     5
   IV Therapy (Part-Time)                           0          0    128    128
   Machine Tool Technology                        116        227    358    701
   Massage Therapy                                  0         13      0     13
   Material Handling                                0          0     12     12
   Medical Information Technology                   3         75      0     78
   Medical Office Assistant                         0         27    190    217
   Medical Office Mgt.                              0         17      0     17
   Medical Records Technology                       0          0    115    115
   Medical Terminology                              0          0      6     6
   Motorcycle & Marine Service Techn                5         31      0     36
   Nursing Assistant                              176          0    418    594
   Nursing Assisting                              114          0     69    183
   Occupational Safety & Health Technology          0          0     20     20
   Patient Care Technician                         10         89      0     99
   Pharmacy Technician                              4         63      0     67
   Phlebotomy                                     109          0      0    109
   Photovoltaic Technician                          5          0      0     5
   Pipefitting                                      6          9      2     17
   Plumbing And Pipefitting                         1         13      0     14
   Practical Nursing                               87        1667   603   2357
   Residential Building Maintenance                 6         11      0     17
   Residential Construction Technolo               17          0      0     17
   Residential/Commercial Wiring & P               20          7    103    130
   Rn Refresher                                     0          0    290    290
   Spanish                                          0          0     77     77
   Surgical Technology                              1        106      0    107
   T & I Supervision/Mgmt                           0          0      1     1
   Technology Foundations                           0          0    397    397
   Tool & Die Making                                0          8      1     9
   Tree Management                                  0          0     32     32
   Truck Driving                                  240        126      5    371
   Welding                                          0          0     80     80
   Welding, Brazing, & Soldering                  181        335    321    837
    Total                                        2,396      5,627  7,805 15,828
   Source: TBR

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Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                       49
                                 Tennessee Technology Centers
                       Program Completion and Placement Rates 2009 - 2010
                                                                         Completers          Placed in
                   Calculated                           Percent                                                  Percent
 Institution                          Completed                          Available for        Field of
                   Enrollment1                         Completed                                                 Placed
                                                                         Placement2          Training
Athens                  228               200             87.7%              187                142               75.9%
Chattanooga             871               621             71.3%              565                491               86.9%
Covington               204               180             88.2%              164                135               82.3%
Crossville              366               284             77.6%              279                199               71.3%
Crump                   332               265             79.8%              261                202               77.4%
Dickson                 478               342             71.5%              306                236               77.1%
Elizabethton            487               375             77.0%              335                288               86.0%
Harriman                223               186             83.4%              179                145               81.0%
Hartsville              315               254             80.6%              244                167               68.4%
Hohenwald               287               259             90.2%              241                199               82.6%
Jacksboro               203               166             81.8%              154                118               76.6%
Jackson                 529               420             79.4%              409                283               69.2%
Knoxville               716               518             72.3%              477                350               73.4%
Livingston              291               225             77.3%              213                164               77.0%
McKenzie                250               195             78.0%              185                136               73.5%
McMinnville             268               222             82.8%              196                142               72.4%
Memphis                 758               500             66.0%              465                361               77.6%
Morristown              498               385             77.3%              367                348               94.8%
Murfreesboro            361               239             66.2%              231                168               72.7%
Nashville               807               544             67.4%              488                301               61.7%
Newbern                 262               199             76.0%              187                134               71.7%
Oneida                  327               237             72.5%              226                151               66.8%
Paris                   371               279             75.2%              256                191               74.6%
Pulaski                 191               139             72.8%              135                 96               71.1%
Ripley                  205               155             75.6%              150                118               78.7%
Shelbyville             601               486             80.9%              459                326               71.0%
Whiteville              160               111             69.4%              107                 82               76.6%
Total                  10,589            7,986            75.4%             7,466              5,673              76.0%
Source: TBR




              NOTES
              1. Calculated enrollment is the difference between total enrolled during the period less stu-
                 dents still enrolled, as defined by the Council for Occupational Education, the TTC accredi-
                 tation body.
              2. Completers available for placement are those that are not enlisted in the military or seeking
                 additional education.
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       Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                               50
                             Tennessee Technology Centers
             Program Completion and Placement Rates by Institution 2009 - 2010
                                                                                         Completers      Placed in
                                                             Calculated                                              Percent
                        Institution                                        Completed     Available for    Field of
                                                             Enrollment1                                             Placed
                                                                                         Placement2      Training
                                                          Athens
Automotive Technology                                            17            14             14              13      92.9%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                            31            22            20               11     55.0%
Collision Repair Technology                                      11             9             8                7     87.5%
Computer Information Systems (On-line)                           2              2             2                2     100.0%
Drafting and CAD Technology (On-line)                             1             1             1                 0      0.0%
Electronics                                                      16            14            14                 8    57.1%
Industrial Electricity                                           27            23            22               16     72.7%
Industrial Maintenance                                           16            16            16               12     75.0%
Machine Tool Technology                                          12            12             8                7     87.5%
Pharmacy Technology (Diploma)                                    17            12             12                9    75.0%
Practical Nursing                                                64            61            57               47     82.5%
Welding                                                          14            14             13               10     76.9%
Athens Total                                                    228            200           187              142     75.9%
                                                       Chattanooga
Aesthetics                                                       30             20             8                8    100.0%
Air Cond/Ref                                                     38             22            22               18     81.8%
Automotive Technology                                            39             22            22               18     81.8%
Building Construction                                            18            14             14              14     100.0%
Business Systems Technology                                      23             18            18               17     94.4%
Collision Repair                                                 31             15            15               13    86.7%
Commercial Truck Driving                                        133            128           126              123     97.6%
Computer Operator Technology                                     46             27            27               22    81.5%
Cosmetology                                                      71             36            17              17     100.0%
Cosmetology Instructor                                           4               4            1                 1    100.0%
Diesel Equipment                                                 24             18            18               16    88.9%
Industrial Electricity                                           46             30            30               30    100.0%
Industrial Electronics                                           14             12            10                9     90.0%
Industrial Maintenance                                           17             17            17               16    94.1%
Landscape                                                        23             12            11                8     72.7%
Machine Tool                                                     35             26            26               20     76.9%
Massage Therapy                                                  20             13             4                3    75.0%
Motorcyle/Marine                                                 31             22            22               17    77.3%
Medical Assistant                                                23            17             16              12     75.0%
Practical Nursing                                                95            62             57              45     78.9%
Surgical Technology                                              28             23            23               19    82.6%
Welding                                                          82             63            61               45     73.8%
Chattanooga Total                                               871            621           565              491     86.9%




           NOTES
           1. Calculated enrollment is the difference between total enrolled during the period less stu-
              dents still enrolled, as defined by the Council for Occupational Education, the TTC accredi-
              tation body.
           2. Completers available for placement are those that are not enlisted in the military or seeking
              additional education.
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       Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                             51
                                                                               Completers      Placed in
                                                      Calculated                                           Percent
                            Institution                            Completed   Available for    Field of
                                                      Enrollment                                           Placed
                                                                                Placement      Training
                                                 Covington
Automotive Technology                                      15           15          13           10        76.9%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                      31          27           24           19        79.2%
Computer Information Technology                            18           15          13             9       69.2%
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning/Refrig.             21          18          18            15        83.3%
Industrial Maintenance                                     23          22           21           16        76.2%
Machine Tool Technology                                    24          20           19           17        89.5%
Practical Nursing                                          45          38          35            32        91.4%
Welding                                                    27           25          21            17       81.0%
Covington Total                                           204          180         164           135       82.3%
                                                 Crossville
Automotive Technology                                      10           6           6             5        83.3%
Building Construction Technology                           17          15          14            11        78.6%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                      44          29          29            10        34.5%
Collision Repair Technology                                15          11          11            10        90.9%
Computer Information Technology                            21          17          15            13        86.7%
Drafting and CAD Technology (On-line)                      14           9           9             7        77.8%
Electronics Technology                                     13          13          12             9        75.0%
HVAC and Refrigeration Technology                          22          18          17            12        70.6%
Industrial Maintenance/Electricity Technology              46          43          43            33        76.7%
Machine Tool Technology                                    14          11          11            10        90.9%
Masonry Technology                                          5           4           4             1        25.0%
Practical Nursing                                          79          61          61            49        80.3%
Surgical Technology                                        41          26          26            18        69.2%
Welding Technology                                         25          21          21            11        52.4%
Crossville Total                                          366          284         279           199       71.3%
                                                  Crump
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                      88          54          54            37        68.5%
Collision Repair Technology                                18          18          18            14        77.8%
Computer Graphics Design                                    6           6           6             6        100.0%
Computer Information Technology                            26          24          21            19        90.5%
Drafting and CAD Technology (On-line)                      16          16          16            15        93.8%
Electronics Technology                                     10           9           9             9        100.0%
Heating, Ventilation, A/C & Refrigeration                   9           9           9             6        66.7%
Industrial Electricity                                     25          24          24            15        62.5%
Machine Tool Technology                                    15          13          13            11        84.6%
Plumbing and Pipefitting                                    5           4           4             3        75.0%
Practical Nursing                                          34          29          28            27        96.4%
Truck Driving                                              37          33          33            25        75.8%
Welding Technology                                         43          26          26            15        57.7%
Crump Total                                               332          265         261           202        77.4%
                                                  Dickson
Automotive Technology                                      31           22          19           13        68.4%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                     111           76         66            42        63.6%
Computer Information Technology                            33           20          19           11        57.9%
Cosmetology                                                51           28         16            15        93.8%
Dental Assistant                                           18           16          16           13        81.3%
Drafting and CAD Technology (On-line)                       1            0          0             0           -
Heating, Ventilation, AC & Refrigeration                   37           26         26            19        73.1%
Heavy Equip./Diesel Mechanics                              15           15         12            11        91.7%
Industrial Maintenance/Electronics                         39          22          21            18        85.7%
Machine Tool Technology                                    19           16         16            12        75.0%
Practical Nursing                                         123          101         95            82        86.3%
Dickson Total                                             478          342         306           236       77.1%

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                                                                                         Completers      Placed in
                                                                Calculated                                           Percent
                           Institution                                       Completed   Available for    Field of
                                                                Enrollment                                           Placed
                                                                                          Placement      Training
                                                           Elizabethton
Automotive Technology                                                 13          8            8             7       87.5%
Business Systems Technology                                           46         38           35            33        94.3%
Computer Information Technology                                       13         13           11             8        72.7%
Diesel Powered Equipment Technology                                   12         12           9              9       100.0%
Dietary Management (On-line)                                          77         53           48            38        79.2%
Electricity/Electronics                                               31         31           24            18       75.0%
HVAC/Refrigeration                                                    26         24           18            13       72.2%
Millwright Skills                                                     21         21           21            18       85.7%
Pipefitting                                                           19         19           17            12        70.6%
Practical Nursing (Diploma)                                          211        138          130           120       92.3%
Welding                                                               18         18           14            12        85.7%
Elizabethton Total                                                   487        375          335           288        86.0%
                                                            Harriman
Automotive Technology                                                 18        15            15           14         93.3%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                                 18        16           12            10         83.3%
Computer Information Technology                                       12         9            8             6         75.0%
Cosmetology                                                           16        16           15            13         86.7%
Diesel Mechanics                                                      11        11           11            11        100.0%
Health Information Technology (Diploma)                               20        20           20             6         30.0%
Industrial Maintenance Technology                                     14         8            8             6         75.0%
Machine Tool Technology                                               14        12           12            10         83.3%
Patient Care Technician (Diploma)                                     15        14           14            13         92.9%
Practical Nursing                                                     63        45           45            38         84.4%
Welding Technology (Diploma)                                          22        20           19            18        94.7%
Harriman Total                                                       223        186          179           145        81.0%
                                                            Hartsville
Automotive Technology                                                 23        15           14             7        50.0%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                                 60        47           42            21        50.0%
Computer Information Technology                                       30        23            21           13         61.9%
Drafting and CAD Technology (On-line)                                 22        18            18           14         77.8%
Electronics Technology                                                 4         4            4             4        100.0%
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration               4         2            2             2        100.0%
Industrial Maintenance                                                17        14           13            10        76.9%
Machine Tool Technology                                               18        14           13            12        92.3%
Medical Office Information Technician                                 13         9            9             2        22.2%
Patient Care Technician                                               19        17            17           14         82.4%
Phlebotomy Technician                                                 25        25           25            15        60.0%
Practical Nursing                                                     57        49           49            47        95.9%
Welding Technology                                                    23        17           17             6        35.3%
Hartsville Total                                                     315        254          244           167        68.4%
                                                           Hohenwald
Automotive Technology (Diploma)                                       23        22           21            14        66.7%
Business Systems Technology                                           40        37            37           33        89.2%
Computer Information Technology                                       17        16            16           12        75.0%
Cosmetology (Diploma)                                                 41        35            26           20        76.9%
Drafting & CAD Technology                                             14        12            12           10        83.3%
Early Childhood Education                                             14        12           11             8        72.7%
Electro-Mechanical Technology                                          7         7            7             6        85.7%
Electronics Technology                                                11        10            10            9        90.0%
Industrial Maintenance                                                29        26           26            19        73.1%
Machine Tool Technology                                               15        13           10             7        70.0%
Practical Nursing                                                     60        57           54            51        94.4%
Surgical Technology                                                   16        12            11           10        90.9%
Hohenwald Total                                                      287        259          241           199       82.6%

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                                                                                      Completers      Placed in
                                                             Calculated                                            Percent
                           Institution                                    Completed   Available for    Field of
                                                             Enrollment                                            Placed
                                                                                       Placement      Training
                                                         Jacksboro
Automotive Technician (Diploma)                                     9         9            9             8         88.9%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                              46         33           30           18         60.0%
Computer Information Technology                                    25         19           19            17        89.5%
Drafting and CAD Technology (On-line)                               0          0            0             0           -
Industrial Electricity - Electrician (Diploma)                     19        16            13             9        69.2%
Machine Tool Technology                                            17         15           11             7        63.6%
Practical Nursing                                                  61        50            50           43         86.0%
Welding Technology-Combination Welder (Diploma)                    26        24           22            16         72.7%
Jacksboro Total                                                   203        166          154           118        76.6%
                                                          Jackson
Automotive Technology                                              25         24           24            19        79.2%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                              95         71           68           37         54.4%
Collision Repair Technology                                        23        19            17           10         58.8%
Computer Information Technology                                    48         34           32            24        75.0%
Drafting & CAD Technology                                          15         11            9             7        77.8%
Electronics Technology                                             16         12           12             5        41.7%
General Building Trades                                             8          8           8              5        62.5%
HVAC/R                                                             21         13           13            13        100.0%
Industrial Electricity                                             30        23            23           14         60.9%
Industrial Maintenance Technology                                  20        18            18           15         83.3%
Machine Tool Technology                                            31         29           29            24        82.8%
Pharmacy Technology                                                14         10           10             5        50.0%
Practical Nursing                                                 110         93           91            66        72.5%
Precision Metals                                                   10          9           9              6        66.7%
Surgical Technology                                                24         12           12             7        58.3%
Tool and Die Technology (Diploma)                                   6          5           5              4        80.0%
Welding                                                            33         29           29            22        75.9%
Jackson Total                                                     529        420          409           283         69.2%
                                                          Knoxville
Automotive Technology                                              22         12           11            8         72.7%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                              72         40           37           30         81.1%
Collision Repair Technology                                        14         10           9             8         88.9%
Computer and Network Systems Technologies                          16          7            7             3         42.9%
Computer Information Systems (On-line)                              0          0            0             0            -
Cosmetology                                                        51         21           10            5         50.0%
Dental Assisting                                                   30        27            27           25         92.6%
Diesel Powered Equipment Technology                                14         12           11           10         90.9%
Drafting and CAD Technology (On-line)                              16          9            9             5        55.6%
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration             35        31            31           16         51.6%
Industrial Electricity                                             21         13           13             9        69.2%
Industrial Maintenance                                             31         22           22           12         54.5%
Machine Tool Technology                                            12         10            9            8         88.9%
Medical Assistant                                                  19        16            16           15         93.8%
Medical Office Information Technology                              77        69            60           49         81.7%
Practical Nursing                                                 172        135          123           88         71.5%
Surgical Technology                                                40         22           20           20         100.0%
Truck Driving                                                      40         33           33           20         60.6%
Welding                                                            34         29           29            19         65.5%
Knoxville Total                                                   716        518          477           350         73.4%




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                                                                                          Completers      Placed in
                                                                 Calculated                                            Percent
                           Institution                                        Completed   Available for    Field of
                                                                 Enrollment                                            Placed
                                                                                           Placement      Training
                                                            Livingston
Automotive Technology                                                 10          7            7             5         71.4%
Building Construction Technology                                     21          19           19            17         89.5%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                                 38         29           26            14         53.8%
Collision Repair Technology                                           13         10           10             7         70.0%
Computer Information Technology                                        9          7            6             5         83.3%
Cosmetology                                                           20         14            6             4         66.7%
Electronics Technology                                                 5          1            1             1         100.0%
Industrial Maintenance                                                32         23           23            17         73.9%
Machine Tool Technology                                               14         12           12            10         83.3%
Pharmacy Technology                                                   15         11           11            10         90.9%
Practical Nursing                                                    114         92            92           74         80.4%
Livingston Total                                                     291         225          213           164         77.0%
                                                             McKenzie
Automotive Technology                                                 16           9            9             8        88.9%
Biomedical Electronics Technician (Diploma)                           15         11           11             1          9.1%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                                 40          30           28            20        71.4%
Computer Information Technology                                       25          17           17            15        88.2%
Electronics Technology                                                 6           5            5             2        40.0%
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration             21         17            15           11         73.3%
Industrial Maintenance                                                31         26            24           16         66.7%
Machine Tool Technology                                               15          11           11            10        90.9%
Plumbing and Pipefitting                                              15          12           11             5        45.5%
Practical Nursing                                                     28         22            21           18         85.7%
Welding Technology                                                    38         35            33           30         90.9%
McKenzie Total                                                       250         195          185           136        73.5%
                                                            McMinnville
Automotive Technology                                                 19         19            14            8         57.1%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                                 41         33            19            9         47.4%
Computer Information Technology                                       25          23           23           11         47.8%
Electronics Technology                                                12           9            9            6         66.7%
Industrial Maintenance                                                31         22            22           18         81.8%
Machine Tool Technology                                               16         11            8             6         75.0%
Medical Assistant                                                     12         11            9             6         66.7%
Patient Care Technician                                                7           7            5            1         20.0%
Practical Nursing                                                     92         78           78            70         89.7%
Welding                                                               13           9           9             7         77.8%
McMinnville Total                                                    268         222          196           142        72.4%




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                                                                                 Completers      Placed in
                                                        Calculated                                            Percent
                          Institution                                Completed   Available for    Field of
                                                        Enrollment                                            Placed
                                                                                  Placement      Training
                                                    Memphis
Aircraft Mechanics                                          117          75           71            65         91.5%
Assistant Animal Laboratory Technology (Diploma)             10           9           9              6        66.7%
Automotive Technology                                        17          14           14            10         71.4%
Avionics Maintenance Technology                              13           5           5             4         80.0%
Barbering                                                    37          23           22            22        100.0%
Building Construction Technology                             10           6           6              4        66.7%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                        75          30           29           25         86.2%
Collision Repair Technology                                  23         15            14            8         57.1%
Computer Based Graphic Design                                25          13           12             8        66.7%
Computer Information Technology                              14           7            7             6        85.7%
Cosmetology                                                  56         34            26           17         65.4%
Dental Assistant                                             22          19           19            14         73.7%
Dental Laboratory Technology                                 22          17           13            12         92.3%
Diesel Powered Equipment Technology                          15         14            12           10         83.3%
Drafting & CAD Technology                                    16          12           12           10         83.3%
Electronics Technology                                       36          30           28            21        75.0%
Heating, Ventilation, A/C & Refrigeration                    17          10           10             8        80.0%
Industrial/Machinery Maintenance Repair                     13           9            8             7         87.5%
Machine Tool Technology                                      23          14           14             9        64.3%
Masonry                                                      20          11           10             3        30.0%
Pharmacy Technology                                          20          15           15            12         80.0%
Practical Nursing                                            81         56            52           36         69.2%
Truck Driving                                                60          53           49            36        73.5%
Welding, Brazing & Soldering                                 16           9           8              8        100.0%
Memphis Total                                               758         500          465           361         77.6%
                                                   Morristown
Auto Body Technology                                         24          18           17            16         94.1%
Automotive Technology                                        17          12           12            12        100.0%
Aviation Maintenance                                         18         13            13           13         100.0%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                        69          50           48            42         87.5%
Computer Electronics Technology                             22          16           15            14         93.3%
Computer Information Technology                              20          15           13            12         92.3%
Drafting Technology                                          18          15           12             9        75.0%
Graphic Arts                                                 24         19            18           17         94.4%
Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration                    35          29           27            26         96.3%
Industrial Electricity Technology                            40          34           33            31        93.9%
Industrial Maintenance Repair                                58         50            49           49         100.0%
Machine Tool Technology                                      25         17            16           15         93.8%
Practical Nursing                                            96          71           69            69        100.0%
Welding                                                      32          26           25            23         92.0%
Morristown Total                                            498         385          367           348         94.8%




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                                                                                          Completers      Placed in
                                                                 Calculated                                           Percent
                          Institution                                         Completed   Available for    Field of
                                                                 Enrollment                                           Placed
                                                                                           Placement      Training
                                                             Murfreesboro
Automotive Technology                                                  13        12            12             9       75.0%
Biomedical Technology                                                  20         14           14           12        85.7%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                                  65        29            27           13        48.1%
Computer Information Technology                                        33         20           20            14       70.0%
Dental Assisting                                                       19        14           13            11        84.6%
Drafting and CAD Technology (On-line)                                  17          8           8              4       50.0%
Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration                              20         18           17            12       70.6%
Industrial Electrical Maintenance                                      30        20            19           14        73.7%
Machine Tool Technology                                                13          5           4              1       25.0%
Pharmacy Technician                                                    18        16            16           16        100.0%
Phlebotomy                                                             51        47            46           34        73.9%
Practical Nursing                                                      47        22           21            19        90.5%
Surgical Technology                                                    15        14            14             9       64.3%
Murfreesboro Total                                                    361        239          231           168        72.7%
                                                              Nashville
Aesthetics Technology                                                  57        41           41            22        53.7%
Aircraft Mechanics (Aviation Maintenance Technology)                   37        23            18             9       50.0%
Automotive Training Educational Program (ATEP)                         39         25           25            24       96.0%
Building Construction Technology                                       18        14            14             9       64.3%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                                  23        11            11             3       27.3%
Collision Repair Technology                                            23        17           17             6        35.3%
Computer Information Technology                                        26         23           21             9       42.9%
Cosmetology                                                           106        33            11             4       36.4%
Cosmetology Instructor                                                  3          3           3              0        0.0%
Dental Lab Technology                                                  35         31           30            19       63.3%
Drafting and CAD Technology (On-line)                                  21         11            9             5       55.6%
Early Childhood Education                                              23        15            15           12        80.0%
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Techn           59        48           48            28        58.3%
Industrial Electricity Electronics                                     26        21            21           13        61.9%
Machine Tool Technology                                                27        19            19           14        73.7%
Phlebotomy                                                             44        40            40           24        60.0%
Practical Nursing                                                     142         89           66            37       56.1%
Truck Driving                                                          53         49           49            49       100.0%
Welding Technology                                                     45        31           30            14        46.7%
Nashville Total                                                       807        544          488           301        61.7%
                                                              Newbern
Automotive Technology                                                  23         18           18            13       72.2%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                                  87        57            54           20        37.0%
Drafting & CAD Technology                                              16        15            13           10        76.9%
Electronics Technology                                                 10          8           6              5       83.3%
Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration                              17        15            14             9       64.3%
Industrial Maintenance                                                 33        28           27            24        88.9%
Machine Tool Technology                                                19         16           14            14       100.0%
Practical Nursing                                                      57        42           41            39        95.1%
Newbern Total                                                         262        199          187           134        71.7%




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                                                                                       Completers      Placed in
                                                              Calculated                                            Percent
                          Institution                                      Completed   Available for    Field of
                                                              Enrollment                                            Placed
                                                                                        Placement      Training
                                                           Oneida
Automotive Technology                                               22        17            17            8         47.1%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                               64        31            29           16         55.2%
Collision Repair Technology                                         18        13           13             6         46.2%
Computer Information Technology                                      13       13            13           10         76.9%
Cosmetology Instructor                                              19        10            4             3         75.0%
Electronics Technology                                               21       18            17             9        52.9%
Health Information Technology                                       14        10            10             3        30.0%
Patient Care Technician                                              15       14            12             7        58.3%
Practical Nursing (Diploma)                                         90        67           67            61         91.0%
Truck Driving (Diploma)                                             19        18           18            14         77.8%
Welding                                                              32        26           26            14        53.8%
Oneida Total                                                        327       237          226           151        66.8%
                                                            Paris
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                               42         33           31            23        74.2%
Collision Repair Technology                                        15         10           10             3         30.0%
Computer Information Technology                                     29         20           19            12        63.2%
Cosmetology                                                        21          10           7              7        100.0%
Early Childhood Education                                           27         18           15            13        86.7%
General Metals (Precision Metals)                                  15          11           11             6        54.5%
Industrial Maintenance Technology                                   15         15           14           13         92.9%
Machine Tool Technology                                             10          8            7             5        71.4%
Motorcycle & All Terrain Vehicle Repair (Diploma)                  24         15           14            10         71.4%
Patient Care Technician                                             22         16           16             9        56.3%
Practical Nursing                                                 130         105           95           80         84.2%
Residential Building Maintenance (Diploma)                         21          18           17           10         58.8%
Paris Total                                                       371         279          256           191         74.6%
                                                           Pulaski
Advanced Manufacturing Education                                    10         8            8              6        75.0%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                               38        31           31             18        58.1%
Computer Information Systems                                        8          4            4              0         0.0%
Computer Operating Systems and Network Technologies                 13        13            12             8        66.7%
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration           22         13           13             11        84.6%
Industrial Electricity                                              18         9            9              8        88.9%
Industrial Maintenance Technology                                   6          5            5              5        100.0%
Machine Tool Technology                                             12        12            11             6        54.5%
Practical Nursing                                                  23         22           21             18        85.7%
Residential/Commercial Wiring and Plumbing                          21         9            8              4        50.0%
Welding Technology (Diploma)                                       20         13           13             12        92.3%
Pulaski Total                                                      191        139          135            96         71.1%
                                                           Ripley
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                               26        19            18           14         77.8%
Computer Information Technology                                     13         7            7             3         42.9%
Drafting and CAD Technology (On-line)                                1         0             0            0            -
Industrial Electricity                                              34        24            24           20         83.3%
Patient Care Associate                                             38         31           30            24         80.0%
Practical Nursing                                                  53         43           42            41         97.6%
Truck Driving                                                       40        31            29           16         55.2%
Ripley Total                                                       205        155          150           118        78.7%




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                                                                                       Completers      Placed in
                                                              Calculated                                           Percent
                           Institution                                     Completed   Available for    Field of
                                                              Enrollment                                           Placed
                                                                                        Placement      Training
                                                          Shelbyville
Auto Body Technology                                                15          9           9              7       77.8%
Automotive Technology                                               33         24           22            12       54.5%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                              121        92            80           41        51.3%
Computer Information Technology                                     66         54           44            29       65.9%
Drafting and CAD Technology (On-line)                               11          8           8              5       62.5%
Heating, Ventilation,Air Cond. & Refrigeration                      51        50            49           27        55.1%
Industrial Electricity/Electronics                                  42        32            32           29        90.6%
Industrial Maintenance                                              47        41            41           35        85.4%
Machine Tool Technology                                             34        29            29           27        93.1%
Patient Care Technician/Medical Assistant                           25        24            24           14        58.3%
Practical Nursing                                                   79        58           56            49        87.5%
Truck Driver                                                        57        50            50           39        78.0%
Welding                                                             20         15           15            12       80.0%
Shelbyville Total                                                  601        486          459           326       71.0%
                                                          Whiteville
Automotive Technology                                                8         5             5             5       100.0%
Business Systems Technology (On Line)                               23        17            15             9       60.0%
Computer Information Technology                                     14         9             9             6       66.7%
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration             17        13            12             7       58.3%
Industrial Maintenance                                               9         6             6             5       83.3%
Machine Tool Technology (Certificate/Diploma)                       14        10            10             7       70.0%
Practical Nursing                                                   45        28            27            24       88.9%
Residential Electrical Technology                                    7         6             6             6       100.0%
Welding Technology (Diploma)                                        23        17            17            13       76.5%
Whiteville Total                                                   160        111          107            82        76.6%
Grand Total                                                      10,589      7,986        7,466          5,673      76.0%
Source: TBR




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                         Licensure Exam Scores for Public Universities
                              First-time Test Takers 2008 and 2009
                                                            2008                              2009
      Institution                Test           Number     Number       Percent   Number     Number       Percent
                                                 Taken     Passed       Passed     Taken     Passed       Passed
Austin Peay              Nursing (BSN)            80          63         78.8%      77          77        100.0%
East Tennessee           Dental Hygiene           21          21        100.0%      24         23         95.8%
                         Nursing (BSN)           130         117         90.0%     115         110         95.7%
                         Medical (Step I)         63          51         81.0%      56          54         96.4%
                         Medical (Step II)        62          58         93.5%      61          55         90.2%
                         Physical Therapy         30          30        100.0%      22         22         100.0%
Middle Tennessee         Nursing (BSN)            89          88         98.9%     101         99         98.0%
Tennessee State          Engineering             10           0          0.0%      50          10         20.0%
                         Nursing (AD)            131         112         85.5%      72          68         94.4%
                         Nursing (BSN)            60          39         65.0%      35          35        100.0%
                         Dental Hygiene           22          20         90.9%      17         15          88.2%
                         Medical Technology       11          11        100.0%       6          4         66.7%
Tennessee Tech           Engineering             157         123        78.3%      140         94         67.1%
                         Nursing (BSN)            45          45        100.0%      64         62          96.9%
University of Memphis    Engineering              39          24         61.5%      38         29         76.3%
                         Law                     116         108         93.1%     110         97          88.2%
                         Nursing (BSN)           161         136         84.5%     160         151         94.4%
UT Chattanooga           Engineering              61          39         63.9%      58          45         77.6%
                         Nursing (BSN)            42          42        100.0%      44          42         95.5%
                         Physical Therapy                Data Pending               30         29          96.7%
UT Knoxville             Engineering             149         130         87.2%     255         220         86.3%
                         Nursing (BSN)            96          92         95.8%     110         109         99.1%
                         Law                     116         104         89.7%     130         115         88.5%
                         Veterinary Medicine      66          65         98.5%      61          60         98.4%
UT Martin                Engineering              24          20         83.3%      30          25         83.3%
                         Nursing (BSN)            30          30        100.0%      31          30         96.8%
UT HSC                   Dentistry               83           79         95.2%      73          60         82.2%
                         Pharmacy                125         122         97.6%     163         153         93.9%
                         Medical (Step I)        153         140         91.5%             Data Pending
                         Medical (Step II-CK)            Data Pending              136         132         97.1%
                         Medical (Step II-CS)            Data Pending              146         141         96.6%
                         Dental Hygiene           27          25         92.6%     29          29         100.0%
                         Medical Technology       9           9         100.0%     14          13         92.9%
                         Physical Therapy         35          34         97.1%     48          46          95.8%
Sources: TBR, UT




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                   Student and Alumni Satisfaction
          CCSSE / NSSEE Student Survey Spring 2007 & 2009

         How satisfied are you with the overall educational experience at this
               institution? (Percent Satisfied and Very Satisfied )

     Institution                                             2007               2009
                                          University
     Austin Peay                                             95%                 88%
     East Tennessee                                          93%                 84%
     Middle Tennessee                                        84%                 86%
     Tennessee State                                         92%                 87%
     Tennessee Tech                                          96%                 67%
     University of Memphis                                   93%                 88%
     UT Chattanooga                                          93%                 85%
     UT Knoxville                                            94%                 87%
     UT Martin                                               95%                 92%
     University Average                                      94%                 86%
                                    Community College
     Chattanooga                                              97%                89%
     Cleveland                                               97%                 88%
     Columbia                                                96%                 86%
     Dyersburg                                                99%                87%
     Jackson                                                  96%                87%
     Motlow                                                   96%                90%
     Nashville                                               97%                 87%
     Northeast                                                97%                93%
     Pellissippi                                             100%                86%
     Roane                                                   100%                91%
     Southwest                                                93%                83%
     Volunteer                                                95%                89%
     Walters                                                  97%                89%
     CC Average                                               97%                88%
     Sources: CCSSE, NSSEE




   NOTES
   1. Spring 2007 Alumni Survey response to the following question: “How satisfied are you with
      the overall educational experience?”
   2. Spring 2009 Alumni Survey response to the following question: “How would you evaluate
      your entire educational experience at this institution?”


Student Success
Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                       61
                                      Academic Program Inventory
                              Public Colleges and Universities February 2011
                                                                             Pre-                             Post-
                         Major Taxonomy                                                   Baccalureate
                                                                         Baccalureate                      baccalureate
Agriculture                                                                    5                17              12
Architecture and Related Services                                              0                2                8
Area, Ethnic, Cultural, and Gender Studies                                    0                 4                4
Basic Skills                                                                   1                 0               0
Biological and Biomedical Sciences                                            1                10               28
Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services                 60                50              33
Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs                               5                18                9
Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services                        49                10              14
Construction Trades                                                            5                0                0
Education                                                                     13               25               96
Engineering                                                                    1                31              52
Engineering Technologies/Technicians                                          47               10               11
English Language and Literature/Letters                                        0                12              13
Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences                                   0                10               8
Foreign languages, literatures, and Linguistics                               0                18                7
Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences                             110               27              92
History                                                                        0               13               10
Legal Professions and Studies                                                  6                1                2
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities                     41                18               8
Library Science                                                               0                 0                1
Mathematics and Statistics                                                    0                13               13
Mechanic and Repair Technologies/Technicians                                  7                 0               1
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies                                                0               16               10
Natural Resources and Conservation                                            0                 6               5
Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies                                 0                15              14
Personal and Culinary Services                                                 4                0                0
Philosophy and Religious Studies                                               0                10               4
Physical Sciences                                                             0                28               16
Precision Production                                                          2                 0                0
Psychology                                                                     0               14               21
Public Administration and Social Service Professions                           3                10              14
Science Technologies/Technicians                                               1                 0               0
Security and Protective Services                                              17                 9               7
Social Sciences                                                               2                44               20
Technology Education/Industrial Arts                                          13                0                0
Transportation and Materials Moving                                           0                 1                0
Visual and Performing Arts                                                    16               44               16
Grand Total                                                                  409               486             549
 Source: THEC Academic Affairs
             NOTES
             1. Pre-baccalaureate programs include certificates and Associate of Arts/Science/Applied Sci-
                ence. The post-baccalaureate programs include all graduate and professional certificates
                and programs.
             2. Program counts include duplicate program offerings where institutions may offer both certifi-
                cates, associates (AA/AS/AAS) or bachelors (BA/BS) in the same field.


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         Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                            63
                             Program Accreditation Status
                              Academic Year 2009 - 2010
                                          Number of             Total
                                                                                   Percent
               Institution                Accredited         Accreditable
                                                                                  Accredited
                                          Programs            Programs
                                            University
     Austin Peay                              20                   20                100.0%
     East Tennessee                           54                    54               100.0%
     Middle Tennessee                         51                   51                100.0%
     Tennessee State                          43                    43               100.0%
     Tennessee Tech                           36                   36                100.0%
     University of Memphis                    65                   65                100.0%
     UT Chattanooga                           36                   36                100.0%
     UT Knoxville                             71                   72                 98.6%
     UT Martin                                32                   32                100.0%
     University Total                        408                   409                99.8%

                                       Community College
     Chattanooga                           19                      19                100.0%
     Cleveland                              2                       2                100.0%
     Columbia                               7                       7                100.0%
     Dyersburg                              3                       3                100.0%
     Jackson                                9                       9                100.0%
     Motlow                                 2                       2                100.0%
     Nashville                              10                      10               100.0%
     Northeast                              8                       8                100.0%
     Pellissippi                            4                       5                 80.0%
     Roane                                 15                      15                100.0%
     Southwest                             18                      18                100.0%
     Volunteer                             13                      13                100.0%
     Walters                               10                      10                100.0%
     CC Total                              120                     121                99.2%

     Grand Total                               528                 530               99.6%
    Source: THEC Academic Affairs
NOTES
1. Within the state’s Performance Funding accountability program, institutions are required to evaluate
   undergraduate and graduate programs. The accreditation peer review process satisfies the Per-
   formance Funding requirements for programs that are eligible for accreditation. Other programs
   must undergo evaluation by external consultants or trained teams of auditors. Currently, 530 pro-
   grams are eligible for accreditation. Eligibility is determined when all Tennessee institutions agree
   on a specific accreditor as best representing qualitative standards for each discipline. All programs
   are accredited except for two programs where institutions elected not to seek accreditation.

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Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                         64
                                   Admissions Data for Public Universities
                                                Fall 2010
                                                                                            Alternative     Alternative
                         Number     Number   Percent Number           Yield   Alternative   Admissions      Admissions
      Institution
                         Applied   Accepted Accepted Enrolled         Rate1   Admissions      of Total        of Total
                                                                                             Accepted        Enrolled
Austin Peay               4,830      3,221      66.7%       1,711    53.1%         57           1.8%             3.3%
East Tennessee            5,388      4,369      81.1%       2,099    48.0%         75           1.7%             3.6%
Middle Tennessee         10,549      7,581      71.9%       3,883    51.2%        122           1.6%             3.1%
Tennessee State           5,728      3,129      54.6%       1,368    43.7%         49           1.6%             3.6%
Tennessee Tech            5,894      4,185      71.0%       1,911    45.7%          8           0.2%             0.4%
University of Memphis     6,886      4,496      65.3%       2,443    54.3%         23           0.5%             0.9%
TBR Total                39,275     26,981      68.7%      13,415    49.7%        334           1.2%             2.5%

UT Chattanooga            8,341      5,646      67.7%      2,654     47.0%         24           0.4%             0.9%
UT Knoxville             12,555      9,352      74.5%      4,214     45.1%          0           0.0%             0.0%
UT Martin                 3,402      2,551      75.0%      1,288     50.5%          4           0.2%             0.3%
UT Total                 24,298     17,549      72.2%      8,156     46.5%         28           0.2%             0.3%
 Sources: TBR, UT




            NOTES
            1. Yield rate is defined as the number of students enrolled divided by the number of students
               accepted.


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        Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                         65
                        Lower Division Instructional Courses
                           by Type of Instructor Fall 2010
                                Full-Time        Part-Time           Adjunct       Graduate
      Institution                                                                                  Other1
                                 Faculty          Faculty            Faculty       Assistant
                                              University
Austin Peay                       56.9%             0.0%               37.6%           0.6%         5.0%
East Tennessee                    51.7%             0.0%               28.8%           8.6%        10.9%
Middle Tennessee                  70.8%             0.1%               20.5%           4.7%         3.9%
Tennessee State                   67.1%             2.4%               22.3%           0.3%         7.8%
Tennessee Tech                    62.9%             1.4%               19.1%           4.8%        11.8%
University of Memphis             39.9%            24.9%                4.4%          19.9%        10.9%
UT Chattanooga                    63.0%            29.3%                  -           1.5%          6.2%
UT Knoxville                      64.0%            13.2%                  -           15.4%         7.4%
UT Martin                         67.9%            23.1%                  -           0.0%          9.0%

                                      Community College
Chattanooga                       49.9%       0.2%                     44.9%          0.0%             5.1%
Cleveland                         57.8%       0.2%                     38.9%          0.0%             3.1%
Columbia                          62.0%       0.0%                     34.7%          0.0%             3.3%
Dyersburg                         51.5%       0.0%                     45.2%          0.0%             3.3%
Jackson                           53.0%       0.0%                     38.8%          0.0%             8.2%
Motlow                            49.0%       0.0%                     50.2%          0.0%             0.8%
Nashville                         52.8%       0.0%                     46.6%          0.0%             0.5%
Northeast                         50.4%       0.0%                     45.1%          0.0%             4.6%
Pellissippi                       52.5%       0.0%                     47.5%          0.0%             0.0%
Roane                             50.1%       0.4%                     47.0%          0.0%             2.5%
Southwest                         54.5%       0.0%                     43.7%          0.0%             1.8%
Volunteer                         51.5%       0.0%                     45.9%          0.0%             2.6%
Walters                           64.3%       0.0%                     34.8%          0.0%             0.9%
Sources: TBR, UT




   NOTES
   1. Other includes professional non-faculty staff, administrators, and other non-instructional
      staff.
   2. University of Tennessee adjunct faculty are included as either full-time or part-time faculty.
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Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                             66
                  Public University and Community College
                 Peer Faculty Salary Comparison 2009 - 2010
                                         Avg. Faculty         Peer Avg.           Percent of
              Institution
                                           Salary           Faculty Salary        Peer Avg.
  Austin Peay                               $54,021             $65,818              82.1%
  East Tennessee                            $56,640             $69,044              82.0%
  Middle Tennessee                          $64,909             $73,419              88.4%
  Tennessee State                           $54,530             $68,852              79.2%
  Tennessee Tech                            $62,775             $67,160              93.5%
  University of Memphis                     $70,709             $79,145              89.3%
  UT Chattanooga                            $61,389             $65,951              93.1%
  UT Knoxville                              $80,109             $90,726              88.3%
  UT Martin                                 $57,168             $64,285              88.9%
  Community Colleges                        $46,563             $53,382              87.2%

                       Tennessee Technology Centers
                 Peer Faculty Salary Comparison 2009 - 2010
           Tennessee                                  $36,986            TN as %
           Alabama                                    $53,229             69.5%
           Georgia                                    $44,176             83.7%
           Kentucky                                   $44,086             83.9%
           Louisiana                                  $39,588             93.4%
           Oklahoma                                   $48,211             76.7%
           Sources: THEC, SREB




   NOTES
   1. Peer institutions are comparable, SREB public institutions selected by THEC in conjunctions
      with UT and TBR, that are used in the funding formula and other data analysis.


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Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                         67
    Average Full-Time Faculty Salary, All Ranks
                                       Public Universities
     $75,000                                                                                       72,998 73,450
                                                                                          71,258
                           SREB         Tennessee                                68,583
     $70,000                                                            65,965
                                                               63,768
     $65,000
                                             60,838 61,616                                66,163 66,252 67,048
                                    59,328
     $60,000               57,490                                                63,379
                                                                        61,617
                  55,022                                       60,110
     $55,000                                          58,598
                                             56,917
                                    55,762
     $50,000               53,225
                  51,806

     $45,000




                             Public Community Colleges
    $55,000
                           SREB              Tennessee                                             51,452 51,799
                                                                                          50,191
    $50,000                                                                      48,440
                                                                        46,732
                                                               45,248
                                                 43,848
    $45,000                        42,777 43,502                                          47,584 47,337 46,830 
                                                                        45,959 46,075
                 40,661 41,016
                                                               43,822
    $40,000                                           41,804
                                             40,926
                                   38,924
                          38,069
    $35,000      37,102


    $30,000




   Source: SREB

   NOTES
   1. All dollars are unadjusted for inflation.


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Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                                        68
           State Appropriations Related to Higher Education as
                       Percentages of State Taxes
                                      1989-90       1999-00             2009-10
           United States                13.8          11.4          10.5    National
           SREB States                  15.8          13.9          14.1      Rank
           Alabama                      21.2          18.2          17.4         4
           Arkansas                     14.8          13.1          12.1        17
           Delaware                     10.2           8.6           8.1        38
           Florida                      12.5          11.1          11.6        18
           Georgia                      13.9          12.5          18.5         2
           Kentucky                     13.6          12.6          12.3        14
           Louisiana                    13.3          13.6          14.1         9
           Maryland                     13.3          11.0          11.0        22
           Mississippi                  18.7          19.1          15.4        7
           North Carolina               19.8          15.7          18.8         1
           Oklahoma                     13.7          13.7          12.5        12
           South Carolina               16.5          13.2          13.4        10
           Tennessee                    17.4          13.7          14.1         8
           Texas                        18.8          17.5          16.0         5
           Virginia                     16.5          12.8           9.7        30
           West Virginia                13.2          11.0          10.5        24

           Source: SREB; James C. Palmer and Edward R. Hines, Grapevine,
           "Appropriations of State Tax Funds for Operating Expenses of Higher Educa-
           tion" ; U.S. Census Bureau: State Government Finances




   NOTES
   1. The state appropriations include funds for medical and health programs, state-level financial
      aid programs for students, state funds for private colleges and universities, and state funds
      for coordinating or governing boards of public colleges and universities. State appropria-
      tions exclude dollars for capital construction and debt payments. Also excluded are funds
      from sources other than state tax funds, including all funds from student fees, federal
      sources, and local sources. Seven SREB states, excluding Tennessee, also provide signifi-
      cant additional local funding for higher education operations.

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Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                           69
                      Median Full-time Tuition and Fees
                         Public University Resident
                                        1998-99   2003-04     2008-09
               United States             2,929     4,199       5,805
               SREB States               2,372     3,660       5,389
               Alabama                   2,475     3,842       5,594
               Arkansas                  2,736     3,851       5,835
               Delaware                  3,765     5,397       7,564
               Florida                   2,132     2,908       3,782
               Georgia                   2,212     2,784       4,032
               Kentucky                  2,267     3,590       6,304
               Louisiana                 2,136     2,928       3,771
               Maryland                  3,966     5,564       6,614
               Mississippi               2,687     3,536       4,605
               North Carolina            1,793     2,927       4,174
               Oklahoma                  1,871     2,763       4,221
               South Carolina            3,350     5,460       8,400
               Tennessee                 2,384     3,852       5,310
               Texas                     2,407     3,830       5,992
               Virginia                  4,219     4,899       6,941
               West Virginia             2,276     3,168       4,588    NOTES
                                                                        All dollars are
                                                                        unadjusted for
                      Median Full-time Tuition and Fees                 inflation.
                     Public Community College Resident
                                        1998-99   2003-04     2008-09
               United States             1,605     2,174       2,760
               SREB States               1,140     1,680       2,316
               Alabama                   1,296     2,520       2,700
               Arkansas                   941      1,650       2,153
               Delaware                  1,556     1,932       2,684
               Florida                   1,330     1,695       2,265
               Georgia                   1,312     1,582       2,303
               Kentucky                  1,140     2,370       3,630
               Louisiana                 1,148     1,708       1,989
               Maryland                  2,280     2,695       3,122
               Mississippi               1,000     1,424       1,800
               North Carolina             578      1,166       1,424
               Oklahoma                  1,308     1,923       2,696
               South Carolina            1,100     2,600       3,270
               Tennessee                 1,237     2,059       2,775
               Texas                      920      1,248       1,819
               Virginia                  1,437     1,883       2,584
               West Virginia             1,418     1,936       2,748
              Source: THEC Fiscal Affairs
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Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                          70
                      Annual Tuition and Mandatory Fees
                                  2010 - 2011
                                   Undergraduate               Graduate
       Institution
                              Resident Non-Resident    Resident Non-Resident
Austin Peay                    6,228       19,224        7,900       19,724
East Tennessee                 6,004       19,000        7,676       19,500
Middle Tennessee               6,478       19,474        8,150       19,974
Tennessee State                5,854       18,850        7,526       19,350
Tennessee Tech                 6,036       19,032        7,708       19,532
University of Memphis          6,990       20,856       8,732        20,328
UT Chattanooga                 6,062       18,376        7,040       19,354
UT Knoxville                   7,382       22,720        8,362       23,700
UT Martin                      6,190       18,600        7,164       19,574
University Average             6,358       19,570        7,806       20,115
Chattanooga                    3,235       12,421          -            -
Cleveland                      3,209       12,395          -            -
Columbia                       3,201       12,387          -            -
Dyersburg                      3,211       12,397          -            -
Jackson                        3,193       12,379          -            -
Motlow                         3,213       12,399          -            -
Nashville                      3,165       12,351          -            -
Northeast                      3,221       12,407          -            -
Pellissippi                    3,237       12,423          -            -
Roane                          3,221       12,407          -            -
Southwest                      3,225       12,411          -            -
Volunteer                      3,205       12,391          -            -
Walters                        3,209       12,395          -            -
CC Average                     3,211       12,397          -            -
Technology Centers             2,735          -            -            -
Source: THEC Fiscal Affairs




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Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                    71
                                   Annual Tuition and Mandatory Fees
                                    Resident Undergraduate Student
                               2000 -         2005 -       2009 -   2010 -   1 Year   5 Year    10 Year
      Institutions
                                2001           2006         2010     2011    Change   Change    Change
Austin Peay                    2,813          4,635        5,868    6,228     6.1%     34.4%    121.4%
East Tennessee                 2,759          4,487        5,593    6,004     7.3%     33.8%    117.6%
Middle Tennessee               2,791          4,576        6,048    6,478     7.1%     41.6%    132.1%
Tennessee State                2,651          4,384        5,444    5,854     7.5%     33.5%    120.8%
Tennessee Tech                 2,667          4,396        5,586    6,036     8.1%     37.3%    126.3%
University of Memphis          3,087          5,084        6,524    6,990     7.1%     37.5%    126.4%
UT Chattanooga                 2,834          4,500        5,656    6,062     7.2%     34.7%    113.9%
UT Knoxville                   3,362          5,290        6,850    7,382     7.8%     39.5%    119.6%
UT Martin                      2,830          4,493        5,769    6,190     7.3%     37.8%    118.7%
University Average             2,866          4,649        5,926    6,358     7.3%     36.8%    121.9%
Chattanooga                    1,443          2,413        2,991    3,235     8.2%     34.1%    124.2%
Cleveland                      1,425          2,395        2,969    3,209     8.1%     34.0%    125.2%
Columbia                       1,425          2,383        2,941    3,201     8.8%     34.3%    124.6%
Dyersburg                      1,425          2,393        2,971    3,211     8.1%     34.2%    125.3%
Jackson                        1,425          2,395        2,953    3,193     8.1%     33.3%    124.1%
Motlow                         1,429          2,389        2,959    3,213     8.6%     34.5%    124.8%
Nashville                      1,419          2,367        2,925    3,165     8.2%     33.7%    123.0%
Northeast                      1,445          2,403        2,981    3,221     8.1%     34.0%    122.9%
Pellissippi                    1,455          2,413        2,993    3,237     8.2%     34.1%    122.5%
Roane                          1,429          2,397        2,981    3,221     8.1%     34.4%    125.4%
Southwest                      1,422          2,397        2,985    3,225     8.0%     34.5%    126.8%
Volunteer                      1,431          2,383        2,961    3,205     8.2%     34.5%    124.0%
Walters                        1,429          2,381        2,969    3,209     8.1%     34.8%    124.6%
CC Average                     1,431          2,393        2,968    3,211     8.2%     34.2%    124.4%
Technology Centers             1,081          1,984        2,399    2,735     5.0%     36.9%    143.8%
Source: THEC Fiscal Affairs




            NOTES
            1. All dollars are unadjusted for inflation.



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        Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                            72
                 Average Undergraduate Resident
                Annual Tuition and Mandatory Fees
                        By Institution Type



                          Public Universities
 $7,000
                                                                                                           $6,358
                          Community Colleges
                                                                                                  $5,926
 $6,000                                                                                  $5,524
                          Technology Centers
                                                                                $5,227
                                                                       $4,836
 $5,000                                                       $4,649
                                                     $4,214
                                         $3,971
 $4,000                        $3,502
                      $3,257                                                                               $3,211
             $2,866                                                                               $2,968
                                                                                         $2,773
 $3,000                                                                $2,480
                                                                                $2,628
                                                              $2,391
                                                     $2,192
                                         $2,064                                                            $2,735
                               $1,740
 $2,000               $1,624                                                             $2,285   $2,399
             $1,432                                                             $2,168
                                                              $1,984   $2,057
                                                     $1,752
                                         $1,548
 $1,000               $1,225   $1,309
             $1,081

       $0
            2000‐01 2001‐02 2002‐03 2003‐04 2004‐05 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 2008‐09 2009‐10 2010‐11

Source: THEC Fiscal Affairs




      NOTES
      1. All dollars are unadjusted for inflation.



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  Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                                73
       Family Income Needed to Pay for College

                                           1998 - 1999
                         United States            SREB States      Tennessee
 40%
 35%
 30%
 25%
 20%
 15%
 10%
  5%
  0%
         Lowest  Second  Middle        Fourth    Highest  Lowest  Second  Middle     Fourth    Highest 
          Fifth   Fifth   Fifth         Fifth     Fifth    Fifth   Fifth   Fifth      Fifth     Fifth

            Public Four‐Year Colleges and Universities             Public Two‐Year Colleges



                                           2008 - 2009
                         United States            SREB States      Tennessee
 40%
 35%
 30%
 25%
 20%
 15%
 10%
  5%
  0%
         Lowest  Second  Middle        Fourth    Highest  Lowest  Second  Middle     Fourth    Highest 
          Fifth   Fifth   Fifth         Fifth     Fifth    Fifth   Fifth   Fifth      Fifth     Fifth

           Public Four‐Year Colleges and Universities              Public Two‐Year Colleges

Source: SREB

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Tennessee Higher Education Commission Fact Book 2010 – 2011                                          74
                                  State Appropriations for Tennessee Public Higher Education Formula Units
                           2006-07         2007-08         2008-09        2008-09 (S)         2009-10       2009-10 (S)          2010-11       2010-11 (S)
      Institution                                                        Includes Stimulus                  Includes Stimulus                  Includes Stimulus
                           Recurring       Recurring        Recurring               1         Recurring                1         Recurring                1
                                                                              Funds                              Funds                              Funds
Austin Peay               $33,832,400      $36,196,500     $32,935,800     $35,791,200        $27,228,700     $36,086,700        $25,191,800     $35,740,600
East Tennessee            $59,236,300      $63,070,900     $57,792,100     $62,493,100        $48,353,800     $63,021,800        $44,870,000     $62,509,000
Middle Tennessee          $93,854,800     $100,775,700     $91,965,400     $99,732,700        $76,102,500    $100,557,700        $70,600,000     $99,746,500
Tennessee State           $41,470,400      $42,553,700     $38,448,300     $41,990,400        $30,371,100     $41,670,000        $28,281,900     $41,518,700
Tennessee Tech            $46,417,200      $49,204,400     $45,198,900     $48,789,700        $38,341,600     $49,253,900        $35,635,400     $48,962,500
University of Memphis    $115,814,200     $123,224,900    $113,093,400    $122,154,100        $97,397,500    $123,223,400        $91,348,000    $122,675,200
UT Chattanooga            $43,418,800      $46,033,200     $42,102,800     $45,598,400        $35,886,300     $46,216,100        $33,162,700     $45,548,200
UT Knoxville             $182,887,900     $195,397,500    $178,669,100    $193,537,400       $152,036,100    $195,232,800       $142,165,100    $199,922,300
UT Martin                 $31,281,600      $33,231,400     $30,386,700     $32,915,200        $25,683,900     $33,290,100        $23,680,900     $32,821,900
University Total         $648,213,600     $689,688,200    $630,592,500    $683,002,200       $531,401,500    $688,552,500       $494,935,800    $689,444,900
Chattanooga               $23,599,700      $24,993,200     $23,667,300     $25,008,600        $21,297,300     $25,187,200        $20,166,700     $25,285,700
Cleveland                 $10,285,900      $10,830,700     $10,271,300     $10,842,300         $9,408,300     $10,932,800         $8,911,100     $10,921,300
Columbia                  $13,208,600      $14,015,400     $13,246,700     $14,016,100        $12,025,200     $14,111,600        $11,392,300     $14,105,300
Dyersburg                  $7,088,800       $7,581,500      $7,190,000      $7,589,600         $6,506,300      $7,637,900         $6,131,100      $7,650,100
Jackson                   $12,335,000      $13,096,600     $12,393,900     $13,102,200        $11,104,800     $13,167,500        $10,423,300     $13,125,000
Motlow                    $10,251,600      $10,910,000     $10,302,500     $10,907,600         $9,159,600     $10,952,900         $8,625,000     $10,963,300
Nashville                 $15,091,100      $16,285,700     $15,375,500     $16,281,100        $13,429,500     $16,355,900        $12,554,500     $16,356,200
Northeast                 $12,193,000      $13,156,400     $12,442,600     $13,159,500        $11,051,400     $13,212,500        $10,383,600     $13,232,800
Pellissippi               $20,499,300      $21,961,000     $20,741,200     $21,957,100        $18,242,100     $22,033,200        $17,062,500     $22,008,600
Roane                     $17,919,900      $19,061,900     $18,044,100     $19,071,600        $16,437,400     $19,161,700        $15,620,800     $19,171,500
Southwest                 $38,274,900      $40,042,000     $37,845,200     $40,043,600        $34,396,200     $40,235,000        $32,426,900     $40,037,700
Volunteer                 $17,902,100      $19,159,800     $18,134,900     $19,169,000        $16,269,400     $19,251,500        $15,345,700     $19,279,800
Walters                   $18,140,500      $19,355,100     $18,347,900     $19,373,300        $16,578,900     $19,465,700        $15,740,800     $19,563,200
CC Total                 $216,790,400     $230,449,300    $218,003,100    $230,521,600       $195,906,400    $231,705,400       $184,784,300    $231,700,500
Technology Centers        $50,322,500      $53,607,000     $50,825,800     $53,660,200        $47,842,700     $54,006,800        $46,263,500     $54,374,900
Total Academic
                         $915,326,500     $973,744,500    $899,421,400    $967,184,000       $775,150,600    $974,264,700       $725,983,600    $975,520,300
Formula Units
Source: THEC Fiscal Affairs
        NOTES
        1. Includes non-recurring federal funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and non-recurring state funds as required
           by ARRA's Maintenance of Effort (MOE) provision. In 2010-11, ARRA and MOE funds were replaced with an equivalent amount of non-
           recurring state funds.
        2. Appropriations exclude capital funds; Academic formula units include universities, community colleges and technology centers.
        3. All dollars unadjusted for inflation.
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                      State Appropriations for Tennessee Public Higher Education Non-Formula Units and Specialized Programs
                                     2006-07           2007-08           2008-09            2008-09 (S)        2009-10            2009-10 (S)        2010-11            2010-11 (S)
                                                                                          Includes Stimulus                     Includes Stimulus                     Includes Stimulus
                                     Recurring         Recurring         Recurring                             Recurring                             Recurring
                                                                                               Funds1                                Funds1                                Funds1
ETSU College of Medicine               $26,111,100       $29,028,900       $27,619,200         $29,088,500       $26,297,600         $29,208,300       $25,377,900         $29,194,600
ETSU Family Practice                    $5,241,700        $5,677,800        $5,408,600          $5,691,500        $5,333,500          $5,785,200        $5,150,800          $5,754,300
UT College of Medicine                 $46,306,300       $49,340,900       $46,573,700         $49,336,600       $44,057,000         $49,461,100       $42,524,700         $49,411,400
UT Family Practice                      $9,441,600       $10,161,400        $9,654,000         $10,180,500        $9,487,500         $10,304,900        $9,169,900         $10,239,500
UT Memphis                             $67,567,700       $71,168,300       $68,934,900         $71,712,100       $64,637,400         $72,053,600       $61,842,100         $72,249,600
UT College of Vet Medicine             $15,630,400       $16,631,600       $15,799,600         $16,662,300       $14,718,500         $16,779,200       $14,037,400         $16,771,400
Medical Education                     $170,298,800      $182,008,900     $173,990,000        $182,671,500       $164,531,500       $183,592,300       $158,102,800       $183,620,800
UT Ag. Experiment Station              $23,689,500       $25,183,200       $23,841,500         $25,141,200       $23,377,800         $25,400,000       $22,674,300         $25,334,900
UT Ag. Extension Service               $28,326,900       $30,095,000       $28,694,300         $30,184,100       $28,143,100         $30,506,400       $27,180,600         $30,377,600
TSU McMinnville Center                     $501,400          $531,200          $503,100            $531,500          $521,500            $564,600          $527,900            $570,600
TSU Institute of Ag. & Envir Res         -                $2,173,000        $2,055,700          $2,173,700        $2,109,800          $2,288,900        $2,156,200          $2,324,700
TSU Coop Education                       -                $1,927,000        $1,823,000          $1,927,600        $2,371,700          $2,530,500        $2,918,300          $3,067,700
UT Space Institute                       -                $8,282,000        $7,821,000          $8,282,400        $7,465,900          $8,332,500           $171,900         $8,340,900
UT Inst. for Public Service             $7,895,100        $4,980,000        $4,806,500          $5,013,400        $4,705,100          $5,037,600        $7,191,600          $4,783,400
UT County Tech Asst. Service            $4,732,000        $1,605,300        $1,519,600          $1,606,500        $1,491,700          $1,627,000        $4,296,800          $1,654,200
UT Municipal Tech Adv. Service          $1,473,400        $2,743,100        $2,601,900          $2,746,900        $2,556,500          $2,781,800        $1,477,400          $2,789,300
TSU McIntire-Stennis Forestry Res       $1,913,200         -                 -                   -                   $185,400            $185,400       $2,496,200             $171,900
Research and Public Service            $68,531,500       $77,519,800       $73,666,600         $77,607,300       $72,928,500         $79,254,700       $71,091,200         $79,415,200
UT University-Wide Admn.                $4,190,700        $4,564,500        $4,399,600          $4,399,600        $4,353,700          $4,353,700        $4,113,800          $4,290,100
TN Board of Regents Admn.               $4,497,600        $4,871,700        $4,517,100          $4,517,100        $4,429,300          $4,429,300        $4,392,800          $4,433,200
TN Student Assistance Corp.            $45,950,600       $49,836,900       $48,712,900         $48,712,900       $48,589,500         $48,589,500       $48,567,100         $51,767,100
TN Higher Education Comm.               $2,223,000        $2,381,500        $2,207,300          $2,207,300        $2,186,500          $2,186,500        $2,160,300          $2,160,300
TN Foreign Language Institute              $346,600          $372,200          $369,000            $369,000          $349,100            $349,100          $338,100            $338,100
Contract Education                      $2,375,100        $2,542,700        $2,490,700          $2,490,700        $2,289,700          $2,289,700        $2,217,000          $2,217,000
Other Specialized Units                $59,583,600       $64,569,500       $62,696,600         $62,696,600       $62,197,800         $62,197,800       $61,789,100         $65,205,800
Campus Centers of Excellence           $18,822,500       $19,635,500       $18,774,500         $19,635,500       $17,717,700         $19,635,500       $17,238,700         $18,499,300
Campus Centers of Emphasis              $1,374,800        $1,429,600        $1,344,900          $1,429,600        $1,269,200          $1,429,600        $1,240,700          $1,348,000
Ned McWherter Scholars                     $401,800          $401,800          $401,800            $401,800          $401,800            $401,800          $401,800            $401,800
UT Access & Diversity                    -                $6,448,900        $6,181,900          $6,408,900        $5,833,900          $6,485,900        $5,648,700          $6,389,700
TBR Access & Diversity                   -               $11,391,100       $10,543,000         $11,320,300       $10,313,200         $11,465,100        $9,977,400         $11,297,600
Geier Consent Decree                    $9,394,100         -                 -                   -                 -                   -                 -                   -
THEC Grants                             $4,442,900        $2,715,900        $2,581,800          $2,581,800        $2,436,500          $2,436,500        $2,359,200          $2,359,200
Research Initiative                     $6,500,000        $6,500,000        $6,231,000          $6,231,000        $5,880,300          $5,880,300        $5,693,700         $10,993,700
Program Initiatives                    $40,936,100       $48,522,800       $46,058,900         $48,008,900       $43,852,600         $47,734,700       $42,560,200         $51,289,300
Total Non-Formula Units              $339,350,000       $372,621,000     $356,412,100        $370,984,300      $343,510,400        $372,779,500      $333,543,300        $379,531,100
Total Operating                     $1,254,676,500    $1,346,365,500    $1,255,833,500      $1,338,168,300    $1,118,661,000      $1,347,044,200    $1,059,526,900      $1,355,051,400

Source: THEC Fiscal Affairs
     NOTES
     1. Includes non-recurring federal funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and non-recurring state funds as required
         by ARRA's Maintenance of Effort (MOE) provision. In 2010-11, ARRA and MOE funds were replaced with an equivalent amount of non-
         recurring state funds.
     2. Appropriations exclude capital funds; Academic formula units include universities, community colleges and technology centers.
     3. All dollars unadjusted for inflation.
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                                 Student Support Historical Analysis
                              Academic Years 2000 - 2001 to 2010 - 2011
  Academic             State                            Tuition and                     Total Revenue           Student
                                        ARRA/ MoE2                            FTE
    Year           Appropriations1                          Fees3                          per FTE               Share
                                                  Universities
    2000-01         $735,296,656              0        $555,361,841          96,010         $13,443             43.0%
    2001-02         $725,169,821              0        $614,606,695          97,839         $13,694             45.9%
    2002-03         $711,755,517              0        $622,989,203          99,673         $13,391             46.7%
    2003-04         $681,881,651              0        $682,061,250         100,304         $13,598             50.0%
    2004-05         $697,336,455              0        $711,973,103         102,726         $13,719             50.5%
    2005-06         $687,487,661              0        $757,249,600         103,636         $13,940             52.4%
    2006-07         $714,237,043              0        $775,387,977         105,500         $14,120             52.1%
    2007-08         $741,246,900              0        $812,674,311         107,394         $14,469             52.3%
    2008-09         $650,775,361         $60,170,708 $836,933,106           109,298         $14,162             54.1%
    2009-10         $548,409,636        $162,827,872 $908,857,556           113,080         $14,327             56.1%
    2010-11         $494,936,000        $194,509,000 $964,471,000           116,995         $14,137             58.3%
   10 Yr Pct
                        -32.7%                 -              73.7%          21.9%           5.2%               35.5%
    Change
                                            Community Colleges
    2000-01         $248,773,151             0      $119,580,620            45,550          $8,087              32.5%
    2001-02         $244,687,381             0      $139,719,999            48,503          $7,926              36.3%
    2002-03         $239,636,715             0      $141,481,619            48,729          $7,821              37.1%
    2003-04         $228,594,086             0      $163,614,199            49,014          $8,002              41.7%
    2004-05         $233,955,790             0      $171,038,176            49,238          $8,225              42.2%
    2005-06         $229,625,425             0      $177,644,222            48,315          $8,429              43.6%
    2006-07         $239,448,696             0      $183,344,797            49,299          $8,576              43.4%
    2007-08         $245,802,866             0      $190,084,088            49,193          $8,861              43.6%
    2008-09         $224,980,548        $14,962,851 $201,137,891            51,302          $8,598              45.6%
    2009-10         $202,176,617        $37,010,941 $241,113,689            59,993          $8,006              50.2%
    2010-11         $184,784,000        $46,916,000 $269,952,000            62,758          $7,993              53.8%
   10 Yr Pct
                        -25.7%                 -             125.7%          37.8%           -1.2%              65.8%
    Change
Source: THEC Fiscal Affairs




           NOTES
           1. State appropriations include recurring general operating revenues.
           2. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) provides non-recurring Federal
              funds to Tennessee higher education over the three year period from FY08-09 to FY 10-11.
              ARRA also includes a Maintenance of Effort (MOE) provision that requires states to main-
              tain funding for FY08-09 to FY 10-11 at FY05-06 levels in order to qualify for ARRA funds.
           3. Tuition and fees include all in-state and out-of-state tuition and mandatory fee revenues.
           4. All dollars are adjusted for inflation to 2009-2010 dollars.

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                           Total Revenue per FTE
                                    Public Universities
                               State Appropriations            Student Fees
 $16,000
 $14,000
                                                        $7,350 $7,567 $7,657 $8,037 $8,244
 $12,000      $5,784 $6,282 $6,250 $6,800 $6,931 $7,307

 $10,000
   $8,000
              $7,659 $7,412
   $6,000                   $7,141 $6,798 $6,788 $6,634 $6,770 $6,902
                                                                      $6,505 $6,290
                                                                                    $5,893
   $4,000
   $2,000
        $0
             2000‐01          2002‐03        2004‐05          2006‐07     2008‐09     2010‐11

                              Public Community Colleges
                               State Appropriations            Student Fees
 $14,000
 $12,000
 $10,000
   $8,000                                               $3,719 $3,864 $3,921
              $2,625 $2,881 $2,903 $3,338 $3,474 $3,677                      $4,019 $4,301
   $6,000
              $5,462 $5,045
   $4,000                   $4,918 $4,664 $4,752 $4,753 $4,857 $4,997 $4,677
                                                                                 $3,987 $3,692
   $2,000
        $0
             2000‐01          2002‐03        2004‐05          2006‐07     2008‐09     2010‐11

Source: THEC Fiscal Affairs
   NOTES
   1. All dollars are adjusted for inflation to 2009-2010 dollars.
   2. Includes ARRA and MoE funds.

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                              Student Share of Total Revenue per FTE
  70%

                                                                                                                                      58.3%
  60%                                                                                                                    56.1%
                                                                        52.4%                    52.3%       54.1%
                                                            50.5%                   52.1%
                                                50.0%
  50%                  45.9%       46.7%                                                                                              53.8%
           43.0%                                                                                                         50.2%
  40%                                                                                                        45.6%
                                                            42.2%       43.6%       43.4%        43.6%
                                                41.7%
                       36.3%       37.1%
  30%      32.5%

  20%

  10%

   0%
          2000‐01  2001‐02  2002‐03  2003‐04  2004‐05  2005‐06  2006‐07  2007‐08  2008‐09  2009‐10 2010‐11

                                                   Universities           Community Colleges

Source: THEC Fiscal Affairs


  NOTES
  1. Student share of total revenue per FTE is defined as tuition and fees as a percent of total revenue from state appropriations and tuition
     and fees.


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                           Report of Uses of Donations and Licensing Revenues
                       Tennessee Board of Regents Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2010
                                                                                 Other
                                                    Alumni                                     Licensing
                                                                 Foundation     Support                           Total
                                                  Association                                 Agreements
                                                                                 Group
Revenues
   Gifts                                                         $31,909,125     $7,252,539        $13,851    $39,175,515
   Athletic Logo Agreements                                                                     $2,280,046     $2,280,046
   Credit Card Affinity Programs                                                                                       $0
   Royalties                                                              $0                      $92,177
   Other - Carry Forward from prior fiscal year                   $9,103,242       $447,387                    $9,550,630
Total Revenues                                              $0   $41,012,367     $7,699,926     $2,386,075    $51,098,368

Expenditures/Uses of Funds
Salaries                                                          $9,362,360       $163,530     $2,197,671    $11,723,562
Employee Benefits                                                 $2,615,703        $40,312                    $2,656,015
Equipment                                                           $352,812        $41,646                      $394,458
Capital Improvements                                              $9,167,326     $1,212,000                   $10,379,326
Travel                                                              $689,690       $103,696                      $793,387
Scholarships                                                      $2,914,367     $4,673,334       $96,227      $7,683,928
Other
   Awards & indemnities                                               $7,516           $245                        $7,762
   Carry Forward into next fiscal year                            $7,481,117       $750,002                    $8,231,118
   Communications and shipping                                      $167,034         $1,071                      $168,105
   Grants and subsidies                                               $2,719         $4,100                        $6,819
   Library holdings                                                  $24,098         $6,407                       $30,505
   Maintenance/repairs                                              $254,051         $4,706                      $258,758
   Operating expense                                              $3,889,583        $86,716       $92,177      $4,068,476
   Other services & expenses                                      $1,965,757       $289,699                    $2,255,456
   Printing, duplicating, film processing                           $221,353        $31,471                      $252,824
   Professional/administrative services                             $523,150        $47,970                      $571,119
   Rentals & Insurance                                              $109,898           $469                      $110,367
   Stores for resale                                                                   $778                          $778
   Supplies                                                       $1,263,832       $236,046                    $1,499,878
   Utilities and fuel                                                     $0         $5,727                        $5,727
Total Expenditures/Uses of Funds                            $0   $41,012,367     $7,699,926     $2,386,075    $51,098,368
Source: TBR




              NOTES
              1. Includes only amounts received by the institution by these groups. Funds received by an
                 outside organization are not included.


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                              Report of Uses of Donations and Licensing Revenues
                             University of Tennesse Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2010
                                                                       UTC           Other       Licensing
                                                    Affinity Card                                                   Total
                                                                    Foundation    Support Gifts Agreements
Revenues
   Gifts                                                             $6,257,230       $626,844                  $6,884,074
   Athletic Logo Agreements                                                                      $2,569,913     $2,569,913
   Credit Card Affinity Programs                       $1,828,845                                               $1,828,845
Total Revenues                                         $1,828,845    $6,257,230       $626,844   $2,569,913    $11,282,832

Expenditures/Uses of Funds
Salaries (foundation funded professorships)                            $604,794                                      $604,794
Travel, tickets, meetings, subscriptions                                               $38,637                        $38,637
Scholarships                                            $200,000     $2,061,596       $327,750   $1,810,000        $4,399,346
Other (provide detail of other items)
   Academic Programs                                                 $1,655,308                                 $1,655,308
   Addition to Quasi Endowment Balance                  $854,595                       $15,468                    $870,063
   Alumni Distinguished Prof. Awards                                                   $41,989                     $41,989
   Alumni Events, Programs, and Chapter Meetings                                      $125,000                    $125,000
   Band Scholarships and Support                                                                   $314,773       $314,773
   Campus Support                                                    $1,732,478                                 $1,732,478
   Career Planning and Placement                                                       $15,000                     $15,000
   Carry-over Reserves for FY 2011                                                                 $330,884       $330,884
   Faculty Development                                                 $203,054                                   $203,054
   Legislative Intern Program                                                          $49,000                     $49,000
   Outstanding Teacher & Public Service Award                                          $14,000                     $14,000
   Professional Development - Bookstore                                                              $5,000         $5,000
   Unrestricted Funds General Support                   $774,250                                   $109,256       $883,506
Total Expenditures/Uses of Funds                       $1,828,845    $6,257,230       $626,844   $2,569,913    $11,282,832
Source: UT




              NOTES
              1. Includes only amounts received by the institution by these groups. Funds received by an
                 outside organization are not included.


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                                   Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship
                                          Requirements 2010 - 2011
                                                                ASPIRE (HOPE                               Wilder-Naifeh
                                         General Assembly
                      HOPE (base)                                 with need           Access Award        Technical Skills
                                         Merit Scholarship
                                                                 supplment)                                    Grant
  Amount (4-yr.)         $4,000                $5,000              $5,500                 $2,750                N/A
  Amount (2-yr.)         $2,000                $3,000              $3,500                 $1,750              $2,000
  Minimum High
                           3.00                 3.75                  3.00                 2.75                 N/A
   School GPA
  Minimum ACT
                          or 21                and 29                 or 21              and 18-20              N/A
   Composite
 Family Adjusted
                           N/A                   N/A             $36,000 or less      $36,000 or less           N/A
  Gross Income
                    Traditional Path - Cumulative 2.75 at 24 & 48 attempted hours,   Cumulative 2.75 at
College Retention                    cumulative 3.0 at 72, 96 hours                   24 hours allows        Satisfactory
      GPA              Provisional Path - Cumulative 2.75-2.99 at 72, 96, & 120       qualification for   academic progress
                            attempted hours with 3.0 GPA in prior semester                HOPE
Source: TSAC




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                  Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship Program
                            2010 - 2011 Summary Report
                                                    2008 - 2009                          2009 - 2010
                                                 Actual Recipients                    Actual Recipients
                                              Students        Dollars              Students        Dollars
HOPE (Traditional)                                41,516* $ 142,721,455                43,056* $ 147,670,530
Independent / Four-Year                             7,071     26,241,418                 7,334     27,288,138
Independent / Two-Year                                  2           8,000                    7          24,000
Private/Business Trade                                 99         343,419                  118         420,572
University of Tennessee System                     12,534     46,523,246                12,639     46,951,578
Board of Regents / Four-Year                       15,836     58,388,221                16,476     60,891,134
State Tech/Community Colleges                       6,594     11,217,151                 7,081     12,095,108
HOPE (Non-Traditional)                             1,463* $ 3,262,773                   2,668* $ 6,052,654
Independent / Four-Year                               322         980,342                  621       1,876,004
Independent / Two-Year                                  1           2,000                    0               0
Private/Business Trade                                  0               0                    1           1,334
University of Tennessee System                        164         527,752                  220         723,767
Board of Regents / Four-Year                          269         802,058                  492       1,571,818
State Tech/Community Colleges                         704         950,621                1,352       1,879,731
HOPE with GAMS                                     5,232* $ 25,377,778                  5,562* $ 26,901,253
Independent / Four-Year                             1,616       7,918,513                1,705       8,310,375
Independent / Two-Year                                  0               0                    0               0
Private/Business Trade                                  2          10,000                    6          24,375
University of Tennessee System                      2,355     11,420,575                 2,441     11,875,688
Board of Regents / Four-Year                        1,214       5,875,565                1,358       6,494,975
State Tech/Community Colleges                          58         153,125                   75         195,840
HOPE with Aspire                                  14,450* $ 67,801,867                 16,724* $ 78,866,609
Independent / Four-Year                             2,726     13,741,933                 3,139     15,967,573
Independent / Two-Year                                  3          13,750                    8          24,750
Private/Business Trade                                 33         162,250                   54         260,339
University of Tennessee System                      3,130     15,784,507                 3,647     18,528,230
Board of Regents / Four-Year                        5,863     29,497,792                 6,705     33,997,164
State Tech/Community Colleges                       2,893       8,601,635                3,390     10,088,553
HOPE Access Grant                                    411* $       877,014                 408* $       894,715
Independent / Four-Year                                45         111,604                   75         182,417
Independent / Two-Year                                  0               0                    0               0
Private/Business Trade                                  0               0                    0               0
University of Tennessee System                         57         138,875                   56         143,000
Board of Regents / Four-Year                          179         441,031                  171         408,998
State Tech/Community Colleges                         132         185,504                  112         160,300
Wilder-Naifeh Technical Skills                    11,604* $ 13,314,583                 13,435* $ 15,906,073
         NOTES
         * Totals represent a distinct count of students and are not always a sum of the numbers in this
         section. Students can attend multiple institutions throughout the academic year. These stu-
         dents are only counted once in each section total.
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                                              2008 - 2009                   2009 - 2010
                                           Actual Recipients             Actual Recipients
                                        Students        Dollars       Students         Dollars
HOPE Foster Care Grant                          21* $        87,596           30* $       126,360
Independent / Four-Year                           2           5,526             0                0
Independent / Two-Year                            0               0             0                0
Private/Business Trade                            0               0             0                0
University of Tennessee System                    6          30,281             7           37,877
Board of Regents / Four-Year                     12          49,022            17           69,854
State Tech/Community Colleges                     1           2,767             6           18,629
Dual Enrollment Grant                       13,383*   $ 5,776,906         14,697*   $ 6,369,217
Independent / Four-Year                       1,184         524,395         1,610         666,292
Independent / Two-Year                            0               0             0                0
Private/Business Trade                            1             300             0                0
University of Tennessee System                1,088         489,496         1,115         518,760
Board of Regents / Four-Year                    738         366,200           835         417,150
State Tech/Community Colleges                 8,959       3,818,802         9,746       4,130,040
Technology Centers                            1,413         577,713         1,583         636,975
Math & Science Teachers Program                 29* $        54,000           25* $         47,000
Independent / Four-Year                           1           2,000             3            6,000
University of Tennessee System                   10          20,000             5           10,000
Board of Regents / Four-Year                     18          32,000            17           31,000
Helping Heroes Grant                        10,931* $       365,614          367* $       513,242
Independent / Four-Year                           7           9,500            24           37,000
Independent / Two-Year                            0               0             0                0
Private/Business Trade                            3           6,000             2            3,000
University of Tennessee System                   19          27,000            40           60,500
Board of Regents / Four-Year                    179         263,265           221         316,742
State Tech/Community Colleges                    52          59,849            80           96,000
Rural Health Loan Forgiveness                   25*   $      62,000           50*   $     517,912
Independent / Four-Year                          22           4,000            37         398,132
University of Tennessee System                    2          18,000             9           85,865
Board of Regents / Four-Year                      1          40,000             4           33,915
All Programs                                89,234* $ 259,913,392         98,079* $ 283,865,565
Independent / Four-Year                      13,006     49,785,193         14,548      54,731,931
Independent / Two-Year                            6          23,750            15           48,750
Private/Business Trade                          138         521,969           181         709,620
University of Tennessee System               19,365     74,973,576         20,179      78,935,265
Board of Regents / Four-Year                 24,309     95,727,154         26,296     104,232,750
State Tech/Community Colleges                19,393     24,989,454         21,842      28,664,201
Technology Centers                           13,017     13,892,296         15,018      16,543,048
Source: TSAC




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                  Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship Program
                            HOPE Awards By Institution
                                                  2008 - 2009                          2009 - 2010
                                               Actual Recipients                    Actual Recipients
                                            Students        Dollars              Students        Dollars
University of Tennessee System                  12,534*    $46,523,246               12,639*    $46,951,578
UT Chattanooga                                    2,700     $9,954,793                 3,108    $11,464,530
UT Knoxville                                      7,925    $29,464,764                 7,597    $28,228,848
UT Martin                                         1,901     $7,003,689                 1,938     $7,198,200
UT Health Science Center                             27       $100,000                    16        $60,000
Board of Regents Universities                   15,836*    $58,388,222               16,476*    $60,891,134
Austin Peay                                       1,466     $5,399,189                 1,570     $5,785,917
East Tennessee                                    2,806    $10,262,977                 2,817    $10,473,439
ETSU Pharmacy                                         1          $4,000                    0             $0
Middle Tennessee                                  5,712    $20,997,273                 5,818    $21,365,777
Tennessee State                                     385     $1,461,500                   437     $1,628,971
Tennessee Tech                                    2,697     $9,946,032                 2,952    $10,897,220
University of Memphis                             2,808    $10,317,251                 2,918    $10,739,810
Community Colleges                               6,594*    $11,217,151                7,081*    $12,095,108
Chattanooga                                         496       $807,901                   488       $814,000
Cleveland                                           299       $515,179                   322       $561,731
Columbia                                            557       $940,125                   644     $1,099,125
Dyersburg                                           186       $320,192                   178       $299,750
Jackson                                             427       $705,406                   449       $761,709
Motlow                                              505       $893,894                   525       $914,589
Nashville                                           187       $287,123                   254       $394,798
Northeast                                           498       $859,542                   572     $1,009,995
Pellissippi                                         989     $1,656,173                 1,030     $1,683,375
Roane                                               725     $1,284,651                   760     $1,346,623
Southwest                                           265       $440,409                   289       $468,985
Volunteer                                           685     $1,160,290                   767     $1,311,928
Walters                                             793     $1,346,266                   822     $1,428,500
Source: TSAC




         NOTES
         * Totals represent a distinct count of students and are not always a sum of the numbers in this
         section. Students can attend multiple institutions throughout the academic year. These stu-
         dents are only counted once in each section total.
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                Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation
                Non-Lottery Awards By Program 2009 - 2010
                                                   Number of
                      Award Name                                Total Awarded
                                                   Recipients
      Dependent Children Scholarship                         29       $157,955
      Graduate Nursing Loan Forgiveness                      73       $327,250
      Minority Teaching Fellows                             116       $543,010
      Ned McWherter Scholars                                188       $541,500
      Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship                     527       $754,592
      Tennessee Student Assistance Award                 25,155   $53,904,937
      Tennessee Teaching Scholars                           147       $571,125
      Total                                              26,235   $56,800,369
      Source: TSAC

                Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation
                 Non-Lottery Awards By Sector 2009 - 2010
                                                   Number of
                     Institution Type                           Total Awarded
                                                   Recipients
      Independent/Four-Year                               5,443   $20,850,395
      Independent/Two-Year                                   21        $52,083
      University of Tennesse System                       3,411     $7,524,749
      Board of Regents/Four-Year                          7,655   $16,222,574
      Board of Regents/Two-Year                           6,580     $8,081,896
      Technology Centers                                  1,504     $1,272,927
      Proprietary Institutions                            1,544     $2,669,745
      Out-of-State Institutions                              77       $126,000
      Total                                              26,235   $56,800,369
      Source: TSAC




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                                  Definitions
Auxiliary Enterprise: An entity that exists to furnish goods or services to students,
faculty, or staff, and that charges a fee directly related to the cost of the goods or
services (essentially self-supporting).     Examples include: residence halls, food
services, college stores, parking garages, etc.

Census Date: The date on which all degree credit headcount and full-time equivalent
enrollment reports are generated for all Tennessee public institutions. Beginning Fall
2010, institutions reported end-of-term data. However, all headcount and FTE enroll-
ment reports are showing the historical 14th day census. The table Term Withdraws
(pg. 15) provides an end-of-term enrollment figure.

Degree Credit: Credit that the institution designates as regular, occupational, or
certificate, extension or co-op.

Formula Units:     Includes public universities, community colleges, and technology
centers.

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) Enrollment: For undergraduate students, fall term FTE
is the total number of credits attempted divided by 15. For graduate students, the fall
term FTE is the total number of credits attempted divided by 12. For students in clock
hour courses, the academic year FTE is the total number of clock hours divided by
900.

Full-Time Student: A student who is enrolled for 12 or more hours of degree credit.

Mandatory Fees: A required fee for all students.

Non-Formula Units: Includes all entities other than universities, community colleges,
and technology centers. Examples include the UT Veterinary School, the Space Insti-
tute, and the Centers of Excellence.

Part-Time Student: A student who is enrolled for less than 12 hours of degree credit.

Restricted Current Funds: Funds expendable for operating purposes but restricted
by donors or other outside agencies as to the specific purpose for which they must be
expended.

Southern Regional Education Board (SREB): The nation’s first interstate compact
for higher education, the SREB is a coalition of educators, government officials, and
civic leaders interested in advancing knowledge and improving the social and eco-
nomic life of the South.

Special Student: At the undergraduate level, a student who does not hold a Bache-
lor’s or advanced degree and who is not working toward a certificate or degree. At the
graduate level, a student who holds a bachelor’s degree or higher, is not working to-
ward a degree and is not a post-doctoral student.

Glossary
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            Institutional and System Abbreviations
APSU:        Austin Peay State University
CHSCC:       Chattanooga State Community College
CLSCC:       Cleveland State Community College
COSCC:       Columbia State Community College
DSCC:        Dyersburg State Community College
ETSU:        East Tennessee State University
JSCC:        Jackson State Community College
MSCC:        Motlow State Community College
MTSU:        Middle Tennessee State University
NASCC:       Nashville State Community College
NESCC:       Northeast State Community College
PSTCC:       Pellissippi State Community College
RSCC:        Roane State Community College
STCC:        Southwest Tennessee Community College
TSU:         Tennessee State University
TTU:         Tennessee Technological University
UOM:         University of Memphis
UTC:         The University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
UTK:         The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
UTM:         The University of Tennessee, Martin
UTHSC:       The University of Tennessee Health Science Center
VSCC:        Volunteer State Community College
WSCC:        Walters State Community College



TBR:         Tennessee Board of Regents
TICUA:       Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association
TTC:         Tennessee Technology Centers
UT:          The University of Tennessee


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