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Higher Values in Higher Education
A Strategic Plan for the Future of Western Illinois University




Our Vision
Western Illinois University will be the leading comprehensive university in the United States.

Our Mission
Western Illinois University, a community of individuals dedicated to learning, will have a profound
and positive impact on our changing world through the unique interaction of instruction, research,
and public service as we educate and prepare a diverse student population to thrive in and
contribute to our global society.

Our Values
Academic Excellence
Central to our history and tradition is the commitment to teaching, to the individual learner, and to
active involvement in the teaching-learning process. Western Illinois University’s highly qualified,
diverse faculty promotes critical thinking, engaged learning, research and creativity in a challenging,
supportive learning community. We are committed to an academic environment that encourages
lifelong development as learners, scholars, teachers, and mentors.

Educational Opportunity
Western Illinois University values educational opportunity and welcomes those who show promise
and a willingness to work toward achieving shared educational goals. We are committed to
providing accessibly, high-quality educational programs and financial support for our students.

Personal Growth
Because Western Illinois University values the development of the whole person, we are committed
to providing opportunities for personal growth in an environment that supports the development of
wellness, ethical decision making and personal responsibility.

Social Responsibility
Western Illinois University is committed to equity, social justice, and diversity, and will maintain the
highest standards of integrity in our work with others. We will serve as a resource for and stimulus
to economic, educational, cultural, environmental, and community development in our region and
well beyond it.


For more information on the Western Illinois University Strategic Plan, please visit
http://www.wiu.edu/StrategicPlan/




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                                                    Western Illinois University History
General Information




                      1900   Macomb was chosen as the site for Western Illinois State Normal School. Cornerstone for
                             Sherman Hall was laid on December 21, 1900.

                      1902   The school opened its doors to students. Approximately 525 students were enrolled in fourteen
                             grades during the first year.

                      1903   Western Illinois State Normal School had its first graduating class, consisting of two students.

                      1906   Six Filipinos were registered as students, marking the beginning of international students on campus.

                      1911   Extension program began. This made Western the first state institution in Illinois to offer classes
                             by extension.

                      1913   Western received full accreditation as a teachers college by the North Central Association of
                             Colleges and Schools.

                      1917   A four-year collegiate program was initiated.

                      1918   The first baccalaureate degree was granted.

                      1921   Western Illinois State Normal School became Western Illinois State Teachers College. There was
                             an enrollment of 518 post-high school students.

                      1944   The graduate program was established.

                      1946   The first master's degree was awarded.

                      1947   Western Illinois State Teachers College became Western Illinois State College. Enrollment was 1,345.

                      1957   Name was changed to Western Illinois University. Enrollment was 2,605.

                      1969   Western Illinois University became a charter member of the Quad Cities Graduate Study
                             Center consortium.

                      1973   Total enrollment at Western Illinois University reached an all-time high of 15,469.

                      1988   Western Illinois University's Rock Island Regional Undergraduate Center (RIRUC) opened
                             on the campus of Black Hawk College in Moline with an enrollment of 59 students.

                      1995    Western Illinois University purchases and begins renovation on the IBM building in Moline. The
                             Rock Island Regional Undergraduate Center (RIRUC) name is changed to the Western
                             Illinois University Regional Center (WIU-RC).

                      1997   Western Illinois University began offering classes at its newly renovated Regional Center in Moline.

                      1999   Western Illinois University celebrated the centennial of its charter with ceremonies which
                             included opening of time capsules from the cornerstone of Sherman Hall. The centennial
                             celebration concluded with a ceremonial luncheon and placing items into and sealing the Sherman
                             Hall time capsule.

                      2003   Western Illinois University receives gift of real estate from Deere and Company on the Moline river
                             front to expand Quad Cities facilities and create river front campus.

                      2004   Western Illinois University launched the University Strategic Plan, Higher Values in Higher Education:
                             A Plan for Western Illinois University.




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                                                                                            General Information
                            Western Illinois University Accreditation



University Accreditation                                                    Next Date of
                                                                            Accreditation
North Central Association                                                     2010-2011
National Council for                                                            2009
Accreditation of Teacher
Education



Athletics Accreditation
NCAA-Division I                                                               2014-2015



Program Accreditation                      Accrediting Body

Business & Technology
Accountancy                      AACSB International—The Association          2009-2010
Business Admin.                  to Advance Collegiate Schools of
Economics                        Business
Finance
Human Resource Mgt.
Information Systems
Management
Marketing
Supply Chain Mgt.


Education & Human Services
Counseling (M.S.Ed.)             Council for Accreditation of Counseling        2008
                                 & Related Ed. Programs
Family & Consumer Sciences       American Dietetic Association                  2016
(Dietetics option)
Kinesiology (Athletic Training   Commission on Accreditation of Athletic       2007-08
option)                          Training Education
Recreation, Park & Tourism       National Recreation and Park                   2008
Administration                   Association/American Association for
                                 Leisure and Recreation
Social Work                      Council on Social Work Education               2008


Fine Arts & Communication
Communication Sciences &         American Speech-Language-Hearing               2009
Disorders (M.S.) (Speech-        Association
Language option)
Music                            National Association of Schools of Music       2008


Western’s English as a           Commission on English Language                 2008
Second Language Institute        Program Accreditation




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                      Western Illinois University Program Inventory, Fall 2007
General Information




                      Undergraduate Programs and Degrees Available
                                                                                                   Bachelor
                      MACOMB CAMPUS                                                                of Social Bachelor of
                      COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES       B.S. B.A.   B.B.       B.S.Ed.   B.F.A.    Work      Music
                       African American Studies                X
                       Biology                            X
                       Chemistry                          X
                       Clinical Laboratory Science        X
                       Economics                               X
                       English                                 X
                       Forensic Chemistry                 X
                       French                                  X
                       Geography                          X
                       Geology                            X
                       History                                 X
                       Journalism                              X
                       Mathematics                        X
                       Meteorology                        X
                       Philosophy                              X
                       Physics                            X
                       Political Science                       X
                       Psychology                         X
                       Sociology                               X
                       Spanish                                 X
                       Women's Studies                         X
                      COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY
                       Accountancy                                    X
                       Agriculture                        X
                       Computer Science                   X
                       Construction Management            X
                       Economics                                      X
                       Finance                                        X
                       Graphic Communication              X
                       Human Resource Management                      X
                       Information Systems                            X
                       Management                                     X
                       Manufacturing Engineering Tech     X
                       Marketing                                      X
                       Supply Chain Management                        X
                       Telecommunications Management      X
                      COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES
                       Bilingual/Bicultural Education                             X
                       Elementary Education                                       X
                       Emergency Management               X
                       Family and Consumer Sciences       X
                       Health Sciences                    X
                       Health Services Management         X
                       Instructional Design & Technology  X
                       Kinesiology                        X
                       Law Enforcement & Justice Admin    X
                       Recreation, Park, & Tourism Admin  X
                       Social Work                                                                    X
                       Special Education                                          X
                      COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATION
                       Art                                     X                            X
                       Broadcasting                            X
                       Communication                           X
                       Communication Sci & Disorders      X
                       Music                                   X                                                X
                       Musical Theatre                                                      X
                       Theatre                                 X
                      OTHER
                       Board of Trustees Degree Program        X
                       Interdisciplinary Studies          X    X

                      TOTAL DEGREES OFFERED             26     18     8           3         2         1         1




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Western Illinois University Program Inventory, Fall 2007 (Continued)




                                                                                                                              General Information
QUAD CITIES CAMPUS
                                   B.S.   B.A.   B.B.    B.S.Ed.
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY
 Accountancy                                      X
 Information Systems                              X
 Management                                       X
 Manufacturing Engineering Tech     X
 Marketing                                        X
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES
 Elementary Education                                      X
 Law Enforcement and Justice Admin  X
 Recreation, Park and Tourism Admin X
OTHER
 Board of Trustees Degree Program     X

TOTAL DEGREES OFFERED               3      1      4        1




Graduate Programs and Degrees Available
                                                                                            Master of      Master of
MACOMB CAMPUS                      M.S.   M.A.   Ed.S.   M.S.Ed.   S.S.P.   M.F.A.   M.B.A. Account. M.A.T. Music      Ed.D

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
 Biology                                 X
 Chemistry                               X
 English                                    X
 Geography                                  X
 Gerontology (Enrollment suspended FY06-08) X
 History                                    X
 Mathematics                             X
 Physics                                 X
 Political Science                          X
 Psychology                              X
 School Psychology                                                   X
 Sociology                                  X
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY
 Accountancy                                                                                   X
 Business Administration                                                               X
 Computer Science                        X
 Economics                                  X
 Manufacturing Engineering Systems       X
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES
 College Student Personnel               X
 Educational & Interdisciplinary Studies                   X
 Educational Leadership                           X        X                                                            X
 Elementary Education                                      X
 Health Education                        X
 Instructional Design & Technology       X
 Kinesiology                             X
 Law Enforcement and Justice Admin          X
 Reading                                                   X
 Recreation, Park, and Tourism Admin     X
 Secondary Education                                                                                   X
 Sport Management                        X
COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATION
 Communication                              X
 Communication Sciences & Disorders      X
 Music                                                                                                         X
 Theatre                                                                      X

TOTAL DEGREES OFFERED               14     10     1        4         1        1        1       1       1       1        1




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                      Western Illinois University Program Inventory, Fall 2007 (Continued)
General Information




                                                                                                               Master of
                                                                 M.S.     M.A.    Ed.S.       M.S.Ed.   M.B.A. Account.    Ed.D
                      QUAD CITIES CAMPUS

                      COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
                       Biology                                 X
                       English                                   X
                       Geography                                 X
                      COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY
                       Accountancy                                                                                 X
                       Business Administration                                                            X
                      COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES
                       Counseling                                                               X
                       Educational & Interdisciplinary Studies                                  X
                       Educational Leadership                                       X           X                           X
                       Elementary Education                                                     X
                       Health Education                        X
                       Instructional Design and Technology     X
                       Law Enforcement and Justice Admin         X
                       Reading                                                                  X
                       Special Education                                                        X

                      TOTAL DEGREES OFFERED                        3       3        1           6         1        1        1




                      Postbaccalaureate Certificate Programs Available

                      MACOMB CAMPUS

                      COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
                       African & African Diaspora World Studies
                       Applied Mathematics*
                       Community Development*
                       Environmental GIS*
                       Public & Non-Profit Management
                       Women's Studies
                       Zoo and Aquarium Studies*
                      COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES
                       Health Services Administration
                       Instructional Design & Technology
                         Distance Learning
                         Graphics Application
                         Multimedia
                         Technology Integration in Education
                         Training Development
                         Police Executive Administration*


                      QUAD CITIES CAMPUS

                      COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
                       Environmental GIS*
                       Zoo and Aquarium Studies*
                      COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES
                       Health Services Administration
                       Police Executive Administration*


                      *An 18-credit hour program as defined by Illinois Board of Higher Education




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Western Illinois University Board of Trustees




 William L. Epperly (Chair),                     Steve L. Nelson (Vice Chair),                   Robert J. Cook (Secretary),




                                                                                                                                     Administration
 Chicago, IL, appointed 2004                     Moline, IL; appointed 2006                      Macomb, IL; appointed 2006

 Epperly is the owner of Stoneage                 Nelson is a partner in the law firm             Cook retired from WIU as a
 Marketing, a business                            of Snyder, Park & Nelson, P.C. of               professor of educational
 Improvement consulting firm.                     Rock Island and is licensed to                  administration and supervision
                                                  practice law in Illinois and Iowa.              and member of the graduate
                                                                                                  faculty in 2002, after 35 years.




                      Carolyn J. Ehlert, Milan, IL;                            Donald W. “Bill” Griffin, Macomb
                      appointed 1998 (Chair July 2000 –                        IL; appointed 2006
                      June 2002)

                      Ehlert recently retired from Deere                       Griffin retired from WIU as a
                      & Company as director of public                          professor of geography and
                      affairs and program support,                             director of the Institute for Regional
                      Public Affairs Worldwide.                                and Community Studies (1971-1993).




                      J. Michael Houston, Springfield,                         Jessie L. Kallman, Moline, IL;
                      IL; appointed 1997 (Chair                                appointed July 2007
                      January 2004 – June 2006)

                       Houston is currently president                          Kallman, a sociology graduate
                      and CEO of Town & Country Bank                           student was elected by students
                      in Springfield.                                          to serve as the student rep from
                                                                               July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008.



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Table 1. Applications, Acceptances, and Enrollments of New Freshmen, Undergraduate
Transfer, and First-Time Graduate Students by Sex, Fall 2004-2007

                                        First-Time Freshmen        Undergraduate Transfers   First-Time Graduate          TOTAL
                                        Male Female Total           Male Female Total        Male Female Total          STUDENTS
2004
# Completed Applications                3,705   4,128   7,833       1,480   1,430    2,910     691      811     1,502     12,245
# Accepted Applications                 2,528   2,962   5,490       1,080   1,018    2,098     510      614     1,124      8,712
# Enrolling Fall 2004                   1,058   1,038   2,096         746     629    1,375     270      344       614      4,085
% Students Accepted                     68.2%   71.8%   70.1%       73.0%   71.2%    72.1%   73.8%    75.7%     74.8%      71.1%
% Students Accepted That Enrolled       41.9%   35.0%   38.2%       69.1%   61.8%    65.5%   52.9%    56.0%     54.6%      46.9%


2005
# Completed Applications                3,422   3,864   7,286       1,509   1,457    2,966     656      906     1,562     11,814
# Accepted Applications                 2,383   2,841   5,224       1,130   1,040    2,170     481      694     1,175      8,569
# Enrolling Fall 2005                     927     896   1,823         786     617    1,403     267      372       639      3,865
% Students Accepted                     69.6%   73.5%   71.7%       74.9%   71.4%    73.2%   73.3%    76.6%     75.2%      72.5%
% Students Accepted That Enrolled       38.9%   31.5%   34.9%       69.6%   59.3%    64.7%   55.5%    53.6%     54.4%      45.1%


2006
# Completed Applications                3,716   3,904   7,620       1,475   1,342    2,817     903      963     1,866     12,303
# Accepted Applications                 2,525   2,846   5,371       1,106     999    2,105     587      714     1,301      8,777
# Enrolling Fall 2006                   1,011     917   1,928         810     613    1,423     311      394       705      4,056
% Students Accepted                     67.9%   72.9%   70.5%       75.0%   74.4%    74.7%   65.0%    74.1%     69.7%      71.3%
% Students Accepted That Enrolled       40.0%   32.2%   35.9%       73.2%   61.4%    67.6%   53.0%    55.2%     54.2%      46.2%


2007




                                                                                                                                   New Students
# Completed Applications                3,897   4,306   8,203       1,389   1,325    2,714     879      928     1,807     12,724
# Accepted Applications                 2,569   3,025   5,594       1,037     939    1,976     553      669     1,222      8,792
# Enrolling Fall 2007                   1,002     955   1,957         690     557    1,247     267      334       601      3,805
% Students Accepted                     65.9%   70.3%   68.2%       74.7%   70.9%    72.8%   62.9%    72.1%     67.6%      69.1%
% Students Accepted That Enrolled       39.0%   31.6%   35.0%       66.5%   59.3%    63.1%   48.3%    49.9%     49.2%      43.3%




                                     Figure 1. New Students, Percent Accepted and
                                       Percent Accepted That Enrolled, Fall 2007
                                                    72.8%
                                68.2%                                       67.6%              69.1%
                                                              63.1%

                                                                                     49.2%
                                                                                                        43.3%
                                        35.0%




                                    Fresh               Transfer                 Grad                Total

                                                         2007 Accepted      2007 Enrolled




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                Table 2. New Freshmen Class Profile, Fall 2007



                             Distribution by Race/Ethnicity and Sex                            High School Background
                                         Male     Female      Total    Percent   Illinois High School Graduates             1,865

               White                        741      777      1,518      77.6%   Out-Of-State High School Graduates           75
               Black                        106       74        180       9.2%
               Hispanic                      56       58        114       5.8%   GED Equivalency or Unknown                    8
               Asian American                14       15         29       1.5%
               Native American                5        6         11       0.6%   Foreign Secondary                             9
               Non-Resident Alien             3        7         10       0.5%
               Other                         30       65         95       4.9%   Total                                      1,957

               Total                        955     1,002     1,957

               Percent                   48.8%     51.2%




                           High School Percentile Rank                                      Distribution by Residency
                         Class Rank    Number     Percent                        Illinois Residents                         1,904
                              Upper                                              Out-of-State                                  43
                                10%         97      5.8%                         Foreign Residents                             10
                                20%        266     15.9%                         Total                                      1,957
                                25%        365     21.8%
                                30%        478     28.5%                         Iowa Border County Students                  26
                                40%        718     42.8%                         Missouri Border County                        2
New Students




                                50%        961     57.3%
                                60%      1,212     72.3%                         Total Iowa Students                          27
                                70%      1,434     85.6%                         Total Missouri Students                       5
                                75%      1,522     90.8%
                                80%      1,598     95.3%
                                90%      1,669     99.6%
                               100%      1,676    100.0%

                       Total Average Rank          54.7%

               Excludes 281 students with no high school record




                        High Schools Sending the Highest                                     Financial Aid
                           Number of Students to WIU                             Received Scholarships, Grants,
                                                                                 Fellowships, Tuition and Waivers, or        899
               Macomb High School                                 45             Traineeships
               Naperville Central High School                     26
               Downers Grove High School South                    23
               Neuqua Valley High School                          23             Received Loans                             1,211
               Buffalo Grove High School                          23
               Crystal Lake South High School                     18             Employed by institution                      92
               Adlai Stevenson High School                        18
               Schaumburg High School                             18             Served by all financial programs           1,501
               Marist High School                                 18
               Waubonsie Valley High School                       18             Average Financial Aid                  $   7,940




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Table 3. Majors of New Freshmen, Fall 2004-2007

                                          2004                  2005                 2006                 2007
                                    ENR          PCT     ENR           PCT     ENR          PCT     ENR          PCT
COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
  African American Studies                 -      0.0%           -      0.0%       -         0.0%      1          0.1%
  Biological Sciences                   128       6.1%        117       6.4%     98          5.1%    131          6.7%
    Biology                              62       3.0%         55       3.0%     49          2.5%     55          2.8%
    Clinical Laboratory Science           4       0.2%          1       0.1%      1          0.1%      2          0.1%
    Pre-Dentistry                         4       0.2%          5       0.3%      2          0.1%      4          0.2%
    Pre-Medical                          25       1.2%         17       0.9%     15          0.8%     25          1.3%
    Pre-Nursing                          22       1.1%         22       1.2%     14          0.7%     18          0.9%
    Pre-Optometry                         2       0.1%          1       0.1%      1          0.1%      2          0.1%
    Pre-Physical Therapy                  9       0.4%         16       0.9%     16          0.8%     25          1.3%
  Chemistry                              23       1.1%         26       1.4%     38          2.0%     47          2.4%
    Chemistry                             9       0.4%         12       0.7%      9          0.5%     10          0.5%
    Forensic Chemistry                     -      0.0%           -      0.0%     20          1.0%     25          1.3%
    Pre-Chemical Engineering              3       0.1%          2       0.1%      2          0.1%       -         0.0%
    Pre-Pharmacy                         11       0.5%         12       0.7%      7          0.4%     12          0.6%
  English and Journalism                 58       2.8%         35       1.9%     46          2.4%     46          2.4%
    English                              34       1.6%         16       0.9%     29          1.5%     22          1.1%
    Journalism                           24       1.2%         19       1.0%     17          0.9%     24          1.2%
  Foreign Languages & Literature          4       0.2%          5       0.3%      7          0.4%      5          0.3%
    French                                 -      0.0%          1       0.1%       -         0.0%      2          0.1%
    Spanish                               4       0.2%          4       0.2%      7          0.4%      3          0.2%
  Geography                               8       0.4%         13       0.7%     15          0.8%     16          0.8%
    Geography                             1       0.0%          3       0.2%       -         0.0%       -         0.0%
    Meteorology                           7       0.3%         10       0.6%     15          0.8%     16          0.8%
  Geology                                 2       0.1%          2       0.1%      3          0.2%      4          0.2%
  History                                41       2.0%         41       2.3%     37          1.9%     33          1.7%




                                                                                                                         New Students
  Mathematics                            18       0.9%         10       0.6%      9          0.5%     25          1.3%
  Philosophy                               -      0.0%           -      0.0%      2          0.1%      1          0.1%
  Physics                                29       1.4%         15       0.8%     16          0.8%      8          0.4%
    Physics                               2       0.1%          4       0.2%      1          0.1%      3          0.2%
    Pre-Architecture                     10       0.5%          3       0.2%      3          0.2%      2          0.1%
    Pre-Engineering                      17       0.8%          8       0.4%     12          0.6%      3          0.2%
  Political Science                      31       1.5%         22       1.2%     26          1.4%     30          1.5%
  Psychology                             90       4.3%         63       3.5%     63          3.3%     75          3.8%
  Sociology and Anthropology              2       0.1%          7       0.4%      8          0.4%      5          0.3%
    Sociology                             2       0.1%          7       0.4%      8          0.4%      5          0.3%
TOTAL ARTS & SCIENCES                   434      20.8%        356      19.6%    368         19.1%    427         21.8%

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY
 Accountancy                             46       2.2%         50       2.8%     67          3.5%     50          2.6%
   Pre-Accountancy                       46       2.2%         50       2.8%     67          3.5%     50          2.6%
 Agriculture                             44       2.1%         51       2.8%     34          1.8%     35          1.8%
   Agriculture Sci                       35       1.7%         44       2.4%     26          1.4%     32          1.6%
   Pre-Ag Engineering                     2       0.1%          -       0.0%      1          0.1%      -          0.0%
   Pre-Forestry                           2       0.1%          -       0.0%       -         0.0%      -          0.0%
   Pre-Vet Medicine                       5       0.2%          7       0.4%      7          0.4%      3          0.2%
 Computer Science                        43       2.1%         28       1.5%     39          2.0%     34          1.7%
   Computer Science                      43       2.1%         28       1.5%     39          2.0%     32          1.6%
   Telecommunications Management          -       0.0%          -       0.0%       -         0.0%      2          0.1%
 Economics                                3       0.1%          2       0.1%      4          0.2%      3          0.2%
   Pre-Economics                          3       0.1%          2       0.1%      4          0.2%      3          0.2%
 Engineering Technology                  34       1.6%         39       2.1%     67          3.5%     56          2.9%
   Construction Management                8       0.4%         14       0.8%     41          2.1%     35          1.8%
   Graphic Communication                 14       0.7%         15       0.8%     15          0.8%     16          0.8%
   Mfg Engineering Tech                  12       0.6%         10       0.6%     11          0.6%      5          0.3%
 Finance and Marketing                   59       2.8%         60       3.3%     69          3.6%     58          3.0%
   Pre-Finance                           16       0.8%         16       0.9%     22          1.1%     20          1.0%
   Pre-Marketing                         43       2.1%         44       2.4%     47          2.4%     38          1.9%
 Information Mgt. & Decision Sciences     5       0.2%          1       0.1%      1          0.1%      1          0.1%
   Pre-Information Management             5       0.2%          1       0.1%      1          0.1%      1          0.1%
 Management                              70       3.4%         64       3.5%     48          2.5%     52          2.7%
   Pre-Human Resource Mgt                 4       0.2%          4       0.2%      3          0.2%      5          0.3%
   Pre-Management                        66       3.2%         58       3.2%     44          2.3%     43          2.2%
   Pre-Supply Chain Mgt.                  -       0.0%          2       0.1%      1          0.1%      4          0.2%



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               Table 3. Majors of New Freshmen, Fall 2004-2007 (Continued)

                                                         2004                 2005                 2006                 2007
                                                   ENR          PCT     ENR          PCT     ENR          PCT     ENR          PCT

                 Other                                28         1.3%     24          1.3%     21          1.1%     24          1.2%
                   Pre-Business Undecided             28         1.3%     24          1.3%     21          1.1%     24          1.2%
               TOTAL BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY           332        15.9%    319         17.6%    350         18.2%    313         16.0%

               COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES
                 Curriculum and Instruction          128         6.1%     92          5.1%    115          6.0%    121          6.2%
                   Elementary Educ. (and Pre-El Ed)  128         6.1%     92          5.1%    115          6.0%    121          6.2%
                 Dietetics, Fashion Merch. & Hosp.    56         2.7%     58          3.2%     44          2.3%     51          2.6%
                   Family and Consumer Sciences       56         2.7%     58          3.2%     44          2.3%     51          2.6%
                 Educational & Interdisc. Studies      9         0.4%      4          0.2%      3          0.2%      3          0.2%
                   Bilingual/Bicultural Ed             9         0.4%      4          0.2%      3          0.2%      3          0.2%
                 Health Sciences                       1         0.0%      1          0.1%      3          0.2%      5          0.3%
                   Community Health                     -        0.0%       -         0.0%      1          0.1%       -         0.0%
                   Emergency Management                 -        0.0%       -         0.0%       -         0.0%      4          0.2%
                   Health Services Management          1         0.0%      1          0.1%      2          0.1%      1          0.1%
                 Instructional Design & Technology     3         0.1%       -         0.0%      3          0.2%      4          0.2%
                 Kinesiology                          68         3.3%     56          3.1%     78          4.1%     76          3.9%
                 Law Enforcement & Justice Admin.    363        17.4%    356         19.6%    341         17.7%    321         16.4%
                   Law Enf. & Just. Adm (& Pre-LEJA) 363        17.4%    356         19.6%    341         17.7%    321         16.4%
                 Recreation, Park & Tourism Admin.    12         0.6%     11          0.6%      8          0.4%     17          0.9%
                 Social Work                          15         0.7%     19          1.0%     24          1.2%     24          1.2%
                   Pre-Social Work                    15         0.7%     19          1.0%     24          1.2%     24          1.2%
                 Special Education                    26         1.2%     33          1.8%     42          2.2%     40          2.0%
               TOTAL EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES      681        32.7%    630         34.7%    661         34.4%    662         33.8%
New Students




               COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATION
                 Art                                 16          0.8%     12          0.7%     25          1.3%     27          1.4%
                 Broadcasting                        34          1.6%     23          1.3%     31          1.6%     27          1.4%
                 Communication                       31          1.5%     16          0.9%     17          0.9%     29          1.5%
                 Communication Sciences & Disorders   6          0.3%      6          0.3%     11          0.6%     10          0.5%
                 Music                               47          2.3%     47          2.6%     48          2.5%     61          3.1%
                 Theatre                             10          0.5%     14          0.8%     14          0.7%     10          0.5%
                   Musical Theatre                    8          0.4%      6          0.3%      7          0.4%      3          0.2%
                   Theatre                            2          0.1%      8          0.4%      7          0.4%      7          0.4%
               TOTAL FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION      144          6.9%    118          6.5%    146          7.6%    164          8.4%


               OTHER
                  Board of Trustees                    4         0.2%      -          0.0%      1          0.1%      1          0.1%
                  General Orientation                490        23.5%    393         21.6%    396         20.6%    389         19.9%
                  Interdisciplinary Studies            -         0.0%      -          0.0%       -         0.0%       -         0.0%
                  Unclassified                         -         0.0%      -          0.0%       -         0.0%       -         0.0%
                  WESL                                 -         0.0%      -          0.0%       -         0.0%      1          0.1%
               TOTAL OTHER                           494        23.7%    393         21.6%    397         20.7%    391         20.0%

               GRAND TOTAL - NEW FRESHMEN           2,085   100.0%      1,816    100.0%      1,922    100.0%      1,957    100.0%




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Table 4. Distribution of New Freshmen by ACT Composite Scores, Fall 2003-2007

                    2003         % of          2004              % of               2005           % of       2006          % of         2007    % of
                    Total        Total         Total             Total              Total          Total      Total         Total        Total   Total
Standard Scores

36                          1       0.1                   1        0.1                 -              -             -           -           -      -
35                      -            -                -             -                  -              -             -           -           -      -
34                      -            -                -             -                   1            0.1            -           -            1     0.1
33                      -            -              1              0.1                  2            0.1                1     0.1            1     0.1
32                       4          0.2             4              0.2                  3            0.2            -           -            3     0.2
31                       9          0.5            11              0.6                  5            0.3             9        0.5           10     0.5
30                      19          1.0            17              0.9                 14            0.8            12        0.6            6     0.3
29                      21          1.1            26              1.3                 17            0.9            24        1.2           28     1.4
28                      35          1.8            43              2.2                 34            1.9            37        1.9           31     1.6
27                      44          2.3            41              2.1                 47            2.6            40        2.1           66     3.4
26                      81          4.2            78              4.0                 64            3.5            68        3.5           61     3.1
25                      99          5.1           124              6.4                 94            5.2           110        5.7          101     5.2
24                     162          8.4           153              7.9                119            6.6           124        6.5          133     6.8
23                     187          9.6           171              8.8                163            9.0           141        7.3          150     7.7
22                     236         12.2           248             12.8                177            9.7           204       10.6          196    10.0
21                     206         10.6           253             13.0                217           11.9           262       13.6          250    12.8
20                     215         11.1           236             12.2                240           13.2           265       13.8          257    13.1
19                     205         10.6           231             11.9                204           11.2           204       10.6          229    11.7
18                     196         10.1           206             10.6                173            9.5           174        9.1          214    10.9
17                     113          5.8           111              5.7                104            5.7           113        5.9          118     6.0
16 & Below              71          3.7            70              3.6                 87            4.8            85        4.4           72     3.7
                                                                                                                                -
Subtotal             1,904         97.1         2,025             97.1              1,765           97.2      1,873          97.5        1,927    98.5




                                                                                                                                                          New Students
No Official Score       57             2.9            60           2.9                 51            2.8            49        2.5           30      1.5

TOTAL                1,961        100.0         2,085            100.0              1,816          100.0      1,922         100.0        1,957   100.0

OAS Admits             334         17.0           296             14.2                301           16.6           230       12.0          257    13.1

Mean Score-
Regular Admits        22.1              --       21.9                --              21.7              --          21.6             --    21.5       --

Mean Score-All
WIU First-Time        21.4              --       21.4                --              21.2              --          21.2             --    21.2       --
Freshmen

Nat'l Avg.            20.8              --       20.9                --              20.9                          21.1                   21.2


OAS: Office of Academic Services




                                        Figure 2. New Freshmen ACT Composite
                                                  Score, Fall 2003-2007
                                22.1
                                               21.9
                                                                     21.7
                                                                                            21.6
                                                                                                            21.5
                                        21.4              21.4
                                                                             21.2                   21.2            21.2




                                  2003           2004                     2005                2006            2007

                                                              Regular Admits        All Admits




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               Table 5. Macomb Campus Distribution of Illinois New Freshmen by Home County,
               Fall 2003-2007
                                    2003       2004        2005      2006       2007
               County
               Adams                  40         33          30         29         30
               Alexander               -          -           2          1          1
               Bond                    1          2           1          1          -
               Boone                   9          9           3         12          7
               Brown                   4          5           7          2          2
               Bureau                  3         16          14         10          2
               Calhoun                 1          1           -          3          2
               Carroll                 7          6           6          2          6
               Cass                   10          9           7          9          9
               Champaign               8          8           6          4         10
               Christian               3          4           3          3          5
               Clark                   -          -           -          -          -
               Clay                    2          -           -          -          -
               Clinton                 3          2           -          2          3
               Coles                   1          1           -          -          1
               Cook                  486        514         426        501        532
               Crawford                -          1           1          3          1
               Cumberland              -          2           1          1          -
               DeKalb                 13          8          10         14          8
               DeWitt                  2          2           2          3          1
               Douglas                 2          -           -          -          3
               DuPage                232        249         217        220        212
               Edgar                   -          1           -          -          -
               Edwards                 -          -           -          -          1
               Effingham               1          -           -          1          2
               Fayette                 -          -           -          1          -
New Students




               Ford                    3          2           -          1          -
               Franklin                -          -           -          -          -
               Fulton                 18         23          22         29         26
               Gallatin                -          -           1          -          -
               Greene                  4          6           2          4          8
               Grundy                 17          9           3         16          5
               Hamilton                1          -           -          -          -
               Hancock                27         28          28         30         24
               Hardin                  -          -           -          -          -
               Henderson               7         16           7          8          4
               Henry                  10         17          14         39         24
               Iroquois                2          2           7          2          3
               Jackson                 -          1           1          -          1
               Jasper                  -          -           1          -          -
               Jefferson               -          -           1          1          -
               Jersey                  1          -           4          3          1
               JoDaviess              10         11           3          9          4
               Johnson                 -          -           -          -          -
               Kane                  108        112         115         86         83
               Kankakee                2         10           5          8          4
               Kendall                15          8           8         26         17
               Knox                   30         16          28         14         21
               Lake                  121        128         160        113        119
               LaSalle                23         16          12         13         14
               Lawrence                -          -           -          -          -
               Lee                     8          7          17         18          5
               Livingston              5          5           3          6          8
               Logan                   7         13          15         16          4
               McDonough              82        103          85         62         93
               McHenry                64         81          54         65         88
               McLean                 17         17          12         12         17
               Macon                   6         14          11          7          6
               Macoupin               11          7          10          9         10
               Madison                19         17          11         18         21
               Marion                  -          -           1          -          -
               Marshall                -          -           -          1          1
               Mason                   4          3          10          8          5




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Table 5. Macomb Campus Distribution of Illinois New Freshmen by Home County,
Fall 2003-2007 (Continued)

                                      2003    2004     2005     2006    2007
County
Massac                                    -       -         -       -       -
Menard                                    6       3         7       5       9
Mercer                                   14       9         5       8      10
Monroe                                    5       3         2       -       3
Montgomery                                2       3         1       2       3
Morgan                                    6      17        21      13      21
Moultrie                                  -       -         -       -       -
Ogle                                     14      28         9      11      19
Peoria                                   51      41        27      27      47
Perry                                     -       -         2       -       1
Piatt                                     -       1         2       5       -
Pike                                     12      14         9       9       4
Pope                                      -       -         -       -       -
Pulaski                                   -       -         -       -       -
Putnam                                    1       2         5       3       3
Randolph                                  -       -         -       -       -
Richland                                  -       -         1       -       -
Rock Island                              45      36        27      31      41
St. Clair                                18      11        12       6       8
Saline                                    1       -         -       -       -
Sangamon                                 36      38        33      34      36
Schuyler                                  1      15         7      11      11
Scott                                     6       3         4       2       5
Shelby                                    1       1         -       -       -
Stark                                     4       1         2       4       -




                                                                                New Students
Stephenson                                9      11         6      10      12
Tazewell                                 31      17        23      21      18
Union                                     -       -         -       1       -
Vermilion                                 1       1         1       3       6
Wabash                                    -       -         -       3       -
Warren                                   17      20        11      15      14
Washington                                1       -         -       -       -
Wayne                                     -       -         -       -       -
White                                     1       -         -       -       -
Whiteside                                14      21        14      21      22
Will                                     78     112        80     104     119
Williamson                                -       1         1       3       1
Winnebago                                43      45        28      41      33
Woodford                                  2       4         3       4       4

Totals                                1,870   2,003    1,730    1,843   1,904

% change over Prev Yr                 0.5%    7.1%    -13.6%    6.5%    3.3%

Total as % of on-campus
Headcount enrollment                  17.0%   17.9%   15.3%     16.2%   17.0%


Students from 71 Illinois counties.




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               Table 6. New Transfer Profile, Fall 2007



                                                                   Distribution by Race, Class and Sex
                                 Freshmen            Sophomores               Juniors             Seniors                   Total           TOTAL
                              Male     Female       Male   Female         Male     Female     Male     Female       Male        Female

               White            68          62        151       119        260        223           34       41       513          445        958
               Black            13          11         10         9         18         14            1        -        42           34         76
               Hispanic          9           3         10         6         19         18            4        5        42           32         74
               Asian Amer.       -           -          3         2          1          1            -        1         4            4          8
               Amer. Ind.        -           -          1         -          3          1            -        -         4            1          5
               Foreign           1           -          1         1         11          7            1        1        14            9         23
               Other            10           6         25         4         34         18            2        4        71           32        103
               Total           101          82        201       141        346        282           42       52       690          557      1,247




                         Transfers by Location                                                      Transfers by Full-/Part-Time
                                                   Number                                                                       Number
                                                 Transferred                                                                  Transferred

               Macomb Campus                         1,035                                  Full-Time                              1,093
               Quad Cities                             184                                  Part-Time                                154
               Extension                                28

               Total                                 1,247                                  Total                                  1,247
New Students




                 Top Ten Majors of Transfer Students                                                 Top Ten Transfer Colleges
                                                   Number                                                                       Number
                                                 Transferred                                                                  Transferred

               LEJA/Pre-LEJA                           208                                  Black Hawk College-Quad Cities          131
               Elementary Education/Pre-El Ed          117                                  Spoon River College                      95
               Board of Trustees                        56                                  John Wood Comm College                   66
               Psychology                               54                                  Illinois Central College                 61
               General Orientation                      51                                  Carl Sandburg College                    56
               Agriculture                              50                                  Scott Comm. College                      55
               Pre-Business Management                  49                                  Southeastern Comm College                51
               Kinesiology                              48                                  College of DuPage                        50
               Pre-Business Accountancy                 43                                  Wm. Rainey Harper College                37
               Biology                                  36                                  Sauk Valley Comm. College                36
                                                                                            Black Hawk College East                  31




                          Most Popular Transfer Major by Location
                                                                         Number
                                                                       Transferred

               Macomb Campus          LEJA/Pre-LEJA                          194
               Quad Cities            Elementary Education/Pre El Ed          39
               Extension              Board of Trustees                       25




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Table 7. Origin of New Transfer Students, Fall 2003-2007*

                                                                                                          % DIFF
                                                   Freshmen       Sophomore     Junior   Senior   TOTAL   PREV
Year       Origin                                                                                         YEAR
2003       Quad Cities Campus Transfers                    4              11      92        34     141      -7.8%
           Extension Transfers                             3               8      28        19      58      -3.3%
           Macomb Campus Transfers
             Jr/Community Colleges in IL                 162              264    375       24       825
             Senior Colleges in IL                        33               47     18       15       113
             Colleges in Other States                     44               61    107       14       226
             Total Macomb Campus                         239              372    500       53     1,164     -4.1%
             GRAND TOTAL                                 246              391    620      106     1,363     -4.5%


2004       Quad Cities Campus Transfers                    4              10      93        35     142      0.7%
           Extension Transfers                             4               8      28        27      67     15.5%
           Macomb Campus Transfers
             Jr/Community Colleges in IL                 170              266    380       19       835
             Senior Colleges in IL                        31               39     26       15       111
             Colleges in Other States                     58               53     98       11       220
             Total Macomb Campus                         259              358    504       45     1,166     0.2%
             GRAND TOTAL                                 267              376    625      107     1,375     0.9%


2005       Quad Cities Campus Transfers                    2               8      92        28     130      -8.5%
           Extension Transfers                             3               4      17         8      32     -52.2%
           Macomb Campus Transfers
             Jr/Community Colleges in IL                 162              267    406        34      869
             Senior Colleges in IL                        23               38     32        13      106




                                                                                                                    New Students
             Colleges in Other States                     53               61    130        22      266
             Total Macomb Campus                         238              366    568        69    1,241     6.4%
             GRAND TOTAL                                 240              374    660        97    1,403     2.0%


2006       Quad Cities Campus Transfers                    1               6     110        37     154     18.5%
           Extension Transfers                             1               5      25        19      50     56.3%
           Macomb Campus Transfers
             Jr/Community Colleges in IL                 170              288    409        18      885
             Senior Colleges in IL                        28               33     30        12      103
             Colleges in Other States                     46               53    116        16      231
             Total Macomb Campus                         244              374    555        46    1,219     -1.8%
             GRAND TOTAL                                 245              380    665        83    1,423      1.4%


2007       Quad Cities Campus Transfers                    1              17     136        30     184      19.5%
           Extension Transfers                             1               5      14         8      28     -44.0%
           Macomb Campus Transfers
             Jr/Community Colleges in IL                 125              241    358        30      754
             Senior Colleges in IL                        23               36     21         8       88
             Colleges in Other States                     33               43     99        18      193
             Total Macomb Campus                         181              320    478        56    1,035    -15.1%
             GRAND TOTAL                                 183              342    628        94    1,247    -12.4%


*Includes transfer students with matriculation dates of June and August




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Table 8. Graduate Profile, Fall 2007



                                                    Total Graduate Student Enrollment by College
                                                                                                          New
                                On-    Off-   Total                                 Out-of-            Graduate
                              Campus Campus Graduates Full-Time* Part-Time In-State State International Students

Arts and Sciences                 297         51          348        225           123     229     60           59          130
Business and Technology           197         65          262        172            90     125     19          118           88
Ed & Human Services               308        830        1,138        287           851     858    254           26          225
Fine Arts & Communication         136          -          136        116            20      88     35           13           51
Other**                           130        170          300         32           268     232     35           33          104

Total                           1,068       1,116       2,184        832        1,352    1,532    403          249          598

*Full-Time = 9 or more credit hours.
**Includes unclassified, advanced graduates and WESL.




  Graduate Assistants by College/Area                                New Graduate Students, by College/Previous School
                               Quad                                                                       Other           U.S.
                               Cities Macomb                                                     WIU     Illinois        Non-IL International
Administrative Support                     9
Arts and Sciences                         78                    Arts & Sciences                    52               28       30           20
Business and Technology                   36                    Business & Technology              26                7       11           44
Campus Recreation                         12                    Education & Human Serv             79               51       88            7
Ed & Human Services                       42                    Fine Arts & Comm                   17               11       21            2
Fine Arts & Communi.                      47                    Other                              26               30       22           26
Libraries                                  4
President                                  1                    Total                             200          127          172           99
Provost                            11     50                    Total New Grad Students
Restricted Funds                          57
Union                                      1
University Housing & Dining               24
VP Adv. & Pub. Services                    4
VP Student Services                       58                                       Age of Total Graduate Students
Total Graduate Assistants          11    423                                              Full-Time       Part-Time
                                                                                         Male Female     Male    Female
Teaching Assistants                                                        18-21            16      23         -      6
  Arts & Sciences                       -     27                           22-24           216     250        40     82
  Business & Technology                 -      9                           25-29           112      80       112    254
  Ed & Human Services                   -     12                           30-34            35      24        91    158
  Fine Arts & Communi.                  -      8                           35-39            21      13        97     96
  Restricted Funds                      -      1                           40-49            17      15        95    169
Total Teaching Assistants               -     57                           50-64             8       2        40    109
                                                                           65+                -      0         3       -
Grand Total                        11        480                           Unknown            -      -         -       -

                                                                           Total           425    407          478          874

                                                                                AVERAGE AGE: 31.8




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Table 9. Headcount Enrollment by Class Level and Location, Fall 2003-2007

                               2003               2004                    2005                 2006                 2007
MACOMB
   Freshmen                 3,034                 3,173                    2,968               2,963                 2,890
   Sophomores               1,995                 2,108                    2,196               2,038                 1,925
Lower Division Total        5,029                 5,281                    5,164               5,001                 4,817
   Junior                   2,247                 2,359                    2,587               2,628                 2,461
   Senior                   2,546                 2,498                    2,574               2,729                 2,873
Upper Division Total        4,793                 4,857                    5,161               5,357                 5,334
TOTAL UNDERGRADUATE         9,822                10,138                   10,325              10,358                10,151
TOTAL GRADUATE              1,174                 1,049                      952               1,010                 1,068
GRAND TOTAL                10,996                11,187                   11,277              11,368                11,219
Percent Change               0.4%                  1.7%                    0.8%                0.8%                  -1.3%

QUAD CITIES
   Freshmen                         6                  8                        4                   4                    3
   Sophomores                      13                 13                       10                   9                   19
Lower Division Total               19                 21                       14                  13                   22
   Junior                         209                191                     195                  234                  235
   Senior                         412                402                     396                  367                  398
Upper Division Total              621                593                     591                  601                  633
TOTAL UNDERGRADUATE               640                614                     605                  614                  655
TOTAL GRADUATE                    670                666                     612                  717                  676
GRAND TOTAL                     1,310              1,280                   1,217                1,331                1,331
Percent Change                 -10.3%              -2.3%                   -4.9%                9.4%                 0.0%

EXTENSION
   Freshmen                       15                  23                       14                   9                    8
   Sophomores                     22                  26                       23                  25                   27
Lower Division Total              37                  49                       37                  34                   35
   Junior                        146                 129                       94                101                    70
   Senior                        382                 380                     223                 227                  236
Upper Division Total             528                 509                     317                 328                  306
TOTAL UNDERGRADUATE              565                 558                     354                 362                  341
TOTAL GRADUATE                   598                 533                     556                 541                  440
GRAND TOTAL                    1,163               1,091                     910                 903                  781
Percent Change                 10.9%               -6.2%                  -16.6%               -0.8%               -13.5%

TOTAL ENROLLMENT
   Freshmen                 3,055                 3,204                    2,986               2,976                 2,903
   Sophomores               2,030                 2,147                    2,229               2,072                 1,971
Lower Division Total        5,085                 5,351                    5,215               5,048                 4,874
   Junior                   2,602                 2,679                    2,876               2,963                 2,766
   Senior                   3,340                 3,280                    3,193               3,323                 3,507




                                                                                                                             Enrollment
Upper Division Total        5,942                 5,959                    6,069               6,286                 6,273
TOTAL UNDERGRADUATE        11,027                11,310                   11,284              11,334                11,147
TOTAL GRADUATE              2,442                 2,248                    2,120               2,268                 2,184
GRAND TOTAL                13,469                13,558                   13,404              13,602                13,331
Percent Change               0.1%                  0.7%                    -1.1%               1.5%                  -2.0%


                       Figure 3. Headcount Enrollment by Location,
                                      Fall 2003-2007
                                        13,404                             13,602                               13,331
              11,277                              11,368                                 11,219




                       1,217    910                        1,331    903                           1,331   781


                          2005                                 2006                                    2007



                                      Macomb     Quad Cities       Extension        Total Enrollment




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             Table 10. Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity and Location, Fall 2003-2007

                                                                       Asian        Native      Non-Resident                        Percent
                                    White      Black     Hispanic     American     American        Alien          Other*   Total    Minority**

             MACOMB
             2003                    9,105       715          336          142            22               306      370    10,996        11.4%
             2004                    9,115       758          386          148            26               275      479    11,187        12.3%
             2005                    9,073       780          402          158            27               269      568    11,277        12.8%
             2006                    9,061       758          427          149            42               349      582    11,368        12.8%
             2007                    8,750       775          474          152            42               393      633    11,219        13.6%

             % of Total
             2007                    78.0%      6.9%         4.2%          1.4%         0.4%               3.5%    5.6%    100.0%        13.6%


             QUAD CITIES
             2003                    1,124        37           51            12            7                 9       71     1,311         8.6%
             2004                    1,103        41           52             9            3                 9       63     1,280         8.6%
             2005                    1,039        37           53             7            8                 9       64     1,217         9.1%
             2006                    1,120        53           60             6            8                 8       76     1,331        10.1%
             2007                    1,113        59           66             2            7                 4       80     1,331        10.7%

             % of Total
             2007                    83.6%      4.4%         5.0%          0.2%         0.5%               0.3%    6.0%    100.0%        10.7%


             EXTENSION
             2003                      968        53           24             9            5                15       88     1,162         8.5%
             2004                      914        53           24            13            5                 8       74     1,091         9.3%
             2005                      768        38           23             8            4                13       56       910         8.5%
             2006                      756        41           21             5            2                 9       69       903         8.3%
             2007                      659        37           19             2            5                 7       52       781         8.6%

             % of Total
             2007                    49.5%      2.8%         1.4%          0.2%         0.4%               0.5%    3.9%     58.7%         8.6%


             TOTAL
             2003                  11,197        805          411          163            34               330      529    13,469        10.9%
             2004                  11,132        852          462          170            34               292      616    13,558        11.7%
             2005                  10,880        855          478          173            39               291      688    13,404        12.2%
             2006                  10,937        852          508          160            52               366      727    13,602        12.2%
             2007                  10,522        871          559          156            54               404      765    13,331        13.1%
Enrollment




             % of Total
             2007                    78.9%      6.5%         4.2%          1.2%         0.4%               3.0%    5.7%    100.0%        13.1%


             *Includes students who marked "other" and those who failed to provide an ethnic data.
             **Percent of student body who completed an ethnic data card (excludes Other) and identified
              themselved as belonging to one of the four minority groups listed.




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Table 11. Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity, Sex and Level, Fall 2007

                            Undergraduate                     Graduate                            Total
                          Number    Percent                Number  Percent                   Number   Percent

WHITE
 Male                       4,631       41.5%                   634         29.0%              5,265      39.5%
 Female                     4,219       37.8%                 1,038         47.5%              5,257      39.4%
 Total                      8,850       79.4%                 1,672         76.6%             10,522      78.9%

BLACK
  Male                        375         3.4%                    33         1.5%               408         3.1%
  Female                      419         3.8%                    44         2.0%               463         3.5%
  Total                       794         7.1%                    77         3.5%               871         6.5%

HISPANIC
  Male                        286         2.6%                    14         0.6%               300         2.3%
  Female                      225         2.0%                    34         1.6%               259         1.9%
  Total                       511         4.6%                    48         2.2%               559         4.2%

ASIAN AMERICAN
  Male                         78         0.7%                     7         0.3%                85         0.6%
  Female                       60         0.5%                    11         0.5%                71         0.5%
  Total                       138         1.2%                    18         0.8%               156         1.2%

NATIVE AMERICAN
  Male                         28         0.3%                       2       0.1%                30         0.2%
  Female                       23         0.2%                       1       0.0%                24         0.2%
  Total                        51         0.5%                       3       0.1%                54         0.4%

NON-RESIDENT ALIEN
  Male                         96         0.9%                  153          7.0%               249         1.9%
  Female                       59         0.5%                   96          4.4%               155         1.2%
  Total                       155         1.4%                  249         11.4%               404         3.0%

OTHER
  Male                        416         3.7%                   60          2.7%               476         3.6%
  Female                      232         2.1%                   57          2.6%               289         2.2%
  Total                       648         5.8%                  117          5.4%               765         5.7%


TOTAL MALE                  5,910       53.0%                   903          41.3%             6,813      51.1%
TOTAL FEMALE                5,237       47.0%                 1,281          58.7%             6,518      48.9%
GRAND TOTAL                11,147      100.0%                 2,184         100.0%            13,331     100.0%




                                                                                                                   Enrollment
                       Figure 4. Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity, Fall 2007
                                                                  Indian/Alaskan Native
                                                                          0.4%
                                                 Asian/Pacific Islander
                                                        1.2%                                  Other
                                                                                              5.7%




               White            Minority &                       Hispanic
               79.0%          International                       4.2%
                                 21.0%                                                           International
                                                                                                     3.0%




                                                                                     Black
                                                                                     6.5%




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             Table 12. Enrollment by Age, Sex, and Location, Fall 2007

                                  Full-Time         Part-Time        Full-Time         Part-Time
                                Undergraduate     Undergraduate      Graduate          Graduate
                                Male    Female    Male    Female   Male     Female   Male    Female

             MACOMB
              Under 18             22        44       4        -           -     -       -        -
              18-19             1,699     1,659       9       17           -     -       -        -
              20-21             2,087     1,835      20       27          14    21       -        2
              22-24             1,171       729      77       52         189   225      25       38
              25-29               260       133      33       19         101    56      51       52
              30-34                47        42      10       15          27    14      27       34
              35-39                 9        22       7       11          16     7      30       14
              40-44                 9        14      11        7           9     4      12       14
              45-54                 5        12       2       19           5     4      26       27
              55-64                 2         2       2        3           1     1       8       11
              65+                   1         -       2        -           -     -       3        -
              Age Unknown           -         -       -        -           -     -       -        -
              Total             5,312     4,492     177      170         362   332     182      192

             QUAD CITIES
              Under 18              -        -        -        -          -      -       -        -
              18-19                 -        3        -        2          -      -       -        -
              20-21                25       36       18       22          -      -       -        3
              22-24                39       58       17       45          7     17       8       31
              25-29                35       35       34       49          5     14      37      137
              30-34                14       24       22       25          4     10      49       81
              35-39                 1       11       11       23          2      3      36       47
              40-44                 3        4       13       21          -      4      20       42
              45-54                 5        7       11       30          2      1      24       69
              55-64                 1        2        -        9          -      -       6       17
              65+                   -        -        -        -          -      -       -        -
              Age Unknown           -        -        -        -          -      -       -        -
              Total               123      180      126      226         20     49     180      427


             EXTENSION
               Under 18             -        -        -        -          -      -       -        -
               18-19                2        1        -        2          -      -       -        -
               20-21                7       10        2        3          2      2       -        1
               22-24                7        5       14       26         20      8       7       12
               25-29                6        3       17       14          6     10      24       66
               30-34                1        2       29       25          4      -      15       42
               35-39                -        1       29       14          3      3      31       36
Enrollment




               40-44                3        2       23       17          1      2      19       23
               45-54                1        -       25       37          6      1      18       64
               55-64                -        -        6        6          1      -       2       11
               65+                  -        -        -        1          -      -       -        -
               Age Unknown          -        -        -        -          -      -       -        -
               Total               27       24      145      145         43     26     116      255

             TOTAL ENROLLMENT
               Under 18            22        44       4        -           -     -       -        -
               18-19            1,701     1,663       9       21           -     -       -        -
               20-21            2,119     1,881      40       52          16    23       -        6
               22-24            1,217       792     108      123         216   250      40       81
               25-29              301       171      84       82         112    80     112      255
               30-34               62        68      61       65          35    24      91      157
               35-39               10        34      47       48          21    13      97       97
               40-44               15        20      47       45          10    10      51       79
               45-54               11        19      38       86          13     6      68      160
               55-64                3         4       8       18           2     1      16       39
               65+                  1         -       2        1           -     -       3        -
               Age Unknown          -         -       -        -           -     -       -        -
               Total            5,462     4,696     448      541         425   407     478      874




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Table 12. Enrollment by Age, Sex, and Location, Fall 2007 (Continued)


       Average Age, Fall 2007             Students 25 Years Old and Older, Fall 2007
                            Average
                              Age                          Number    Percent
MACOMB                                    Full-Time          1,046      7.8%
 Undergraduate                  20.9      Part-Time          1,857     13.9%
 Graduates                      28.5      Total              2,903     21.8%
 Macomb Total                   21.7
                                          Undergraduates     1,351    12.1%
QUAD CITIES                               Graduates          1,552    71.1%
 Undergraduate                  29.4      Total              2,903    21.8%
 Graduates                      34.4
 Quad Cities Total              32.0

EXTENSION                       35.5

All New Freshmen                18.2
Total Undergraduate             21.9
Total Graduates                 31.8
TOTAL UNIVERSITY                23.5




                                                                                       Enrollment




                                               27
             Table 13. Enrollment by Student Residency and Location, Fall 2003-2007


                                      2003         2004          2005          2006     2007

             MACOMB
              In-state               10,264        10,514        10,597        10,621   10,421
              Out-of state              426           398           411           398      405
              Foreign                   306           275           269           349      393
              Total                  10,996        11,187        11,277        11,368   11,219
              Percent Change          0.4%          1.7%          0.8%          0.8%     -1.3%

             QUAD CITIES
              In-state                   957          937           890           967      946
              Out-of state               345          334           318           356      381
              Foreign                      9            9             9             8        4
              Total                    1,311        1,280         1,217         1,331    1,331
              Percent Change         -10.3%         -2.4%         -4.9%         9.4%     0.0%

             EXTENSION
               In-state                  915          867           761          761       662
               Out-of state              232          216           136          133       112
               Foreign                    15            8             13           9         7
               Total                   1,162        1,091           910          903       781
               Percent Change         10.8%         -6.1%        -16.6%        -0.8%    -13.5%

             TOTAL ENROLLMENT
               In-state              12,136        12,318        12,248        12,349   12,029
               Out-of state           1,003           948           865           887      898
               Foreign                  330           292           291           366      404
               Total                 13,469        13,558        13,404        13,602   13,331
               Percent Change         0.1%          0.7%          -1.1%         1.5%     -2.0%
Enrollment




                                                          28
                    Western Illinois University, Fall 2006 Enrollment by State Legislative Districts.

                                                                                                                                   Rep 68
                                                                                                                                   129 students
                                                              Jo Daviess                         Stephenson
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                See Chicago
                                                                                                                                                                         Rep 63
                                                                                                                               Winnebago                                 111 students                                           Metropolitan
                                                                      Rep 89                                                                  34
                                                                      150 students                           Freeport                                       Boone               32                                              Area Map 1
                                                                                                                !                                                        Marengo
                                                                                                                                   Rockford !
                                                                                                                                    Rep 67
                                                                                                                                                       Rep 69              !                                                    and Chicago
                                                                                                                                                       127 stu           McHenry
                                                                                   Carroll                        Ogle              31 stu                                          !                                           Area Map 2
                                                                                                                                                                               West Dundee      Rep 49
                                                                                                                        45                                    DeKalb
                                                                                                                                                                                                172 students
                                                                                                                                               35               Sycamore
                                                                                                                                                                     !
                                                                                                                                            Rochelle
                                                                                                                                               !                  !             Kane
                                                                                     Whiteside                                                                  DeKalb
                                                                                                                      Dixon
                                                         Rep 71                                                         !          Lee
                                                                                                                                                             Rep 70             25
                                                                                                    Sterling
                                                           561                                           !
                                                                                                         !                                                   78 stu
                                                                                                  Rock Falls
                                                                                                                      Rep 90
                                                        students
                                                                                                                      312 students                               Sandwich Kendall
                                                                                                                                                                         !
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Rep 50
                                                                                                                                             Mendota                                                222 students
                                                        Moline                     Henry            Bureau                                   !
                                            Rock Island       !
                                                        !        !                Geneseo                                                     La Salle
                                                                Colona            !                                                                                            Grundy
                                            36    Rock Island
                                                                                                                  Princeton
                                                                                                                         !         Rep 76 Ottawa
                                                                                                                                                                                       !
                                                                                                                                                                                           Morris                      40
                                                                                                                                   119 students !                         Rep 75                                   Rep 79
                                       Rep 72
                                       575 students
                                                                                      Kewanee
                                                                                           !
                                                                                                                                                              38          96 students               !
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Braidwood
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   45 students
                                               Mercer                                                                          Putnam
                                                                                                                                                          Streator                                     Kankakee
                                                                                                                   Marshall                                    !                                                      ! Kankakee
                                                                         37          Rep 75       Stark
                                                                                                                        Rep 73                                            Livingston
                                                                                     544 students                       222 students
                                                                         Galesburg
                                                  Monmouth           !      Knox              Peoria
                                                    !                                                                                                                Pontiac
                                                   Warren                                     Rep 92                                                  Rep 106 !
                                   Henderson                                                  82 stu                                                                                                                            Watseka
                                                                                                                                  Woodford            95 students                                                           !
                                                                                                                !                                          McLean                   53                               Iroquois
                                                                                                             Peoria
                                                                   Fulton
                                               McDonough
                                                                                   46                                    ! Morton
                                                                                        Canton                                                                                                Ford
                                                                                        !                    !                              Normal
                                                                                  Rep 91                  Pekin                                                                Rep 105
                              47                 Macomb                                                                                               !
                                                                                                                                                                               49 students                                   !
                                                   !                              300 students                                                                                                                            Hoopeston
                         Hancock            Rep 94
                                                                                                                        Tazewell                                                        Champaign
                                            1583 students                                                                         Rep 88
                                                                                                                       Logan      44 stu                                                                 ! Rantoul
                                                                                              Mason
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Rep 104
                                                                                                                      Rep 87, 131 students                                     Piatt
                     Adams                                                                                                       Lincoln            Clinton                                                    31 students
                                                   Schuyler                                                                     !                      !                                            Champaign                      !
                 Rep 93                                                                                                                        44          De Witt
                                                                                                                                                                                                     !                          Danville
                 546 students                                                                Rep 10                                                                      Monticello
                                                                ! Beardstown                 247 students                                              Macon                  !
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Rep 103 52
                Quincy                       Brown                         Cass
               !                                                                              Menard                                                                                                   25 students          Vermilion
                                                                                                                                                           Decatur
                                                                                                    Rep 99                                                                                                                      Edgar
                                                                          Morgan
                                                                                             50     92 stu
                                                                                                                                                          !                                 Douglas

                                                                                Jacksonville Springfield      !                                                          Moultrie          Rep 110
                                     Pike                  Scott            !                                                    Christian                                                 23 students
                                                                                                         !                                                                                                                        Paris
                                                                                                     Chatham
                                                                                                                                                                                             Coles
                                                                                                                                                          Shelby
                                                                                                                                                                                                        55                       !
                                                                                                 Sangamon                          !                  Rep 101
                                                                                                                         Taylorville                                                                  Charleston
                                                               Greene                Macoupin                                                         36 students                         !             !
                                                                                                                                                                                        Mattoon                         Clark
                                                                                                                                             Pana
                                                        Rep 97                        49                                                                                                                            Rep 109
                                                                                                                                                          51
                                            Calhoun                                                                                            !
                                                        293 students                          Carlinville               Montgomery
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    13 students
                                                                                               !                                                                                              Cumberland
                                                                                                              Litchfield
                                                                                                              !                                        Fayette Effingham
                                                                                                                Rep 98                                                           Effingham              Jasper          Crawford
                                                                     !                                                                                                           !
                                                                Jerseyville                                     70 students
                                                                                               Staunton                                                                                                                  Robinson
                                                          Jersey                                   !                                         Vandalia                                                                        !
                                                                                                                    Bond
                                                                                   Rep 111                                                    !
                                                                                                                      Rep 102, 30 students
                                                                               ! 43  stu
                                                                                                  Madison                   !                                                      Clay
                                                                         Alton    !                                      Greenville
                                                                         Wood River                                                                                                                     Richland          Lawrence
                                   Rep 112, 23 students                                  56                                                           Marion
                                                                                                              Highland
                             Rep 114, 21 students
                                                                   Granite City !
                                                                                       Collinsville
                                                                                                             !
                                                                                                                                                       54                           Flora
                                                                                                                                                                                                             !
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Olney
                                                                                        !                                                              Salem                         !
                                                                                              O'Fallon                   Clinton                        !
                             Rep 113, 11 students                                           !                                                                               Wayne
                                                                    Cahokia !                                                                 Centralia                                Rep 108                         Wabash
                                                                                        57        !
                                                                                                                                             !
                                                                                                                                                                                       9 students
                                                                                              Mascoutah                 Washington                    Jefferson                           Fairfield        Edwards          ! Mount Carmel
                                                                         Waterloo                                                                                                             !
                                                                                                                                                      Mount Vernon
                                                                               !
                                                                                                                                                         !
                                                                                                 St. Clair
                                                                            Monroe                                                               Rep 107
                                                                                                                                                                               Hamilton                White
                                                                                  Rep 116                                Perry                   7 students
                                                                                  21 students                         Pinckneyville                   Franklin
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Carmi
                                                                                                          58
                                                                                                                                                                                                          !
                                                                                             Randolph                        !
                                                                                                                                                                Benton
                                                                                                                                      !                     !
                                                                                                                                 Du Quoin       Rep 117
                                                                                                  Chester
    35        Senatorial District                                                                 !                     Rep 115                 5 students                       Saline          Gallatin
                                                                                                                        7 students                   Williamson
                                                                                                                              Murphysboro        !
Rep 53 Representative District and                                                                                                !            Herrin
                                                                                                                                                                                 !
149 Stu the number of Students from that district                                                                                      !
                                                                                                                                Carbondale                         59          Harrisburg
                                                                                                                               Jackson
                                                                                                                                 Union                     Johnson              Pope            Hardin

                                                                                                                                       !
                                                                                                                                       Anna               Rep 118
                                                                                                                                                          7 students
Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs
                                                                                                                           Alexander                               Massac
at Western Illinois University                                                                                                              Pulaski
                                                                                                                                                                      Metropolis
Created by William Westerhold                                                                                                                                          !
April, 2007

800-526-9943
www.iira.org
                    Western Illinois University, Fall 2006 Enrollment by State Legislative Districts.
                                          Chicago Metropolitan Area, Map 1

                                                                                            Rep
                          McHenry County                                                     61
                                                                                        100 Students                                  31

                                           Rep
                                            63                                                                 Rep
                                       111 Students                                                                                Waukegan
                                                                                                                62
                                                                                                           116 Students
                                                                                                                                     30
                                        32                                                                                                         Rep
                                                                                                                                                    60
                                                                        Rep 52                     Lake County                                 22 Students
                                                                     195 Students
                                                                                             26
                                                                                                                    Rep
                                                                                                       Rep
                                                              Crystal Lake
                                                                                                                     59
                                                                                                        51
                                                                                                                104 Students Rep
                                                          Rep                                      175 Students
                                                                                                                                          58
                                                           64
                                                                                                                                        61 Stu
                                                      136 Students

                                                                                                                     Rep 53                   29
                                                                                                           27
                                                                                                                     149 Stu                    Rep
                                                                                        Rep 54                                                   17
                                                                                     142 Students                                  Rep         39 Stu
                                                                                                                                                                     Rep 18
                                             Kane County                             Rep 44                      Rep 66             57                   9           20 Students
                                                                        Rep 43       133 Stu                     75 Stu           44 Stu
                                                 Rep                      30
                                                                       Students          22         Rep 56           33           Rep 65
                                                  49                                                121 Stu                     69 Students
                                             172 Students
               Sycamore

                                                                                                                23
                                                                                         28
                                                                                                                   Rep 46
      DeKalb                                                                                       Rep 45
                                               25                                 Rep 55                         76 Students
                                                                               110 Students        115 Stu
                                                                                                                       Elmhurst               Oak Park
                     35                                                                                                                                                          Chicago
                                                            Geneva                  Rep 95
                                                                                 133 Students                   21         Rep 41
                                                                                   48                                      105 Students
                                                                                                            Rep 42 Oak Brook
                                                                                                            88 Stu                     La Grange
DeKalb County                                                                                                       Rep 47
                                                                                                                   105 Stud
                                                                     Rep 83                        24
                                                                     46 Stu        Rep 96
                                                                                                                                        Justice
                                                                                   135 Stu        Rep 48
           Rep                                                        Aurora
                                                                                                  204 Stu
            70                         Rep                                                                           Rep 82
       78 Students                      50                                                                           114 Stu
                                   222 Students
                                                                                                    Rep 85                                               Alsip
                                                                                                              Lemont
                                                                                                  72 Students
                                                                                                                                                                 Rep 30 45 Stu
                                                                                        42                                 41
                                                                                                                                               Rep 37
                                                                                                                                                                             15
                                                                                   Rep 84                                                       108                       Rep 29
                                               Kendall County                      159 Stu                                                    Students                    31 Stu
                                                                                                                                                             19
                                                                                                                         Rep 81
                                                                                                  Joliet              146 Students
                                                                                                                                                         Rep 38       Chicago
                                                                                                                                                         56 Stu       Heights
                                                                                                   43

                                                                                                        Rep 86
                                                                                                      43 Students
                                               Grundy County                                                                                                               Rep 80
                                                                                                                                                                         46 Students



                                                                38                                      Will County
             Marseilles
                                                                                                                                    Rep 79
                                                                                                                                  45 Students

   Rep 76
                                                                                                                                                                        40
119 Students                             Rep 75
                                       96 Students

                                                                                                                                              Kankakee County




Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs
at Western Illinois University
Created by William Westerhold
April, 2007                                                                                                                     Senatorial District
                                                                                                                      35
800-526-9943
                                                                                                                 Rep 53 Representative District and
www.iira.org                                                                                                     149 Stu the number of Students from that district
                                     Western Illinois University, Fall 2006 Enrollment by State Legislative Districts.
                                                                   Chicago Area, Map 2

                 Des Plaines                                                                            Skokie     Rep 17, 39       Rep 18, 20

                                                                               Niles
                                        Rep 65, 69                                                               8
                                              Park Ridge
                                   33
                                                                                                       §
                                                                                                       ¦
                                                                                                       ¨94           Rep 16, 17                   Rep 14, 8



                                                                                                      Rep 15, 37
                                                                                                                                            7
                                          §
                                          ¦
                                          ¨190



                                                                                       Rep 19, 33                                               Rep 13, 12
                                     Schiller Park             Rep 20, 38                                                    20
                        Rep 77, 44
                                                                                   10
                                                                                                                      Rep 40, 7                               Rep 12, 3
                                 Franklin Park
                                                                                                                                                      6
                                           39                                                             Rep 39, 8
                                                                                                                                                     Rep 11, 7
                                                                                                             Rep 3, 6
                                                                                                                             2
                                        Melrose Park                                                                             Rep 4, 3
                                                                             Rep 78, 27
                                                                                                                     Rep 10, 19
                                                                              Oak Park                                                                                                       Chicago

                                                                                                                         5
             §
             ¨
             ¦   290
                                                   Rep 7, 46

                                                                                   §
                                                                                   ¦
                                                                                   ¨
                                                                                   290
                                                                                                                      Rep 9, 11
                                          Broadview
            §
            ¦
            ¨
            88                                                4         Rep 8, 27


                  Rep 41, 105
                                                                                               Rep 24, 8                                          Rep 2, 7                         §
                                                                                                                                                                                   ¦
                                                                                                                                                                                   ¨55


                                                                                                Cicero                                                    1
Oak Brook
                                                                                                                   12                            1
                 §
                 ¨
                 ¦
                 294
                                21
                                              Brookfield                                                                                                                              Rep 26, 7

                                                                                                                                                                          Rep 5, 16
                                                                                                                                                                   3
                                 La Grange

                                                                     Rep 21, 41
                                                                                                §
                                                                                                ¦
                                                                                                ¨55
                                                                                                                 Rep 23, 9
                                                                                                                                    Rep 1, 5



                        Rep 82, 114                                                                                                                        Rep 6, 21
                                                                                                                                                                                                  13
                                           Hodgkins
                                                                        11
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Rep 25, 17
                                                                                       Bedford Park
                                                                                                                                  Rep 32, 19

                                                           Justice
                                                                     Rep 22, 37
                                                                                                                                                           16                             §
                                                                                                                                                                                          ¨
                                                                                                                                                                                          ¦90


                                                                                            Burbank




                                                                                         Rep 31, 39

                                                                             §
                                                                             ¦
                                                                             ¨
                                                                             294

                                                                                                            Rep 36, 77
                                         18                                                              Oak Lawn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Rep 33, 23
                                                               Palos Hills
                                                                                                                                                                                                        17

                                                            Rep 35, 115
                                                                                                                 Alsip
                                                                                                                                                                                                Rep 34, 34

                                                                               Palos Heights
                                                                                                                                                              §
                                                                                                                                                              ¨
                                                                                                                                                              ¦
                                                                                                                                                              57



                                                                                       14
                                                                                                        Rep 27, 59
                                                                                                                                                                       Riverdale                   §
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ¦
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ¨   94


                                                                                                                                                                                          Dolton
                                                                                                                                                          Rep 30, 45           15

                                                                                          Rep 28, 44
                                                 Rep 37 108                                                                                                                                        Rep 29, 31      Calumet City


                                                        19



                  Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs
                  at Western Illinois University
                  Created by William Westerhold
                  April, 2007                                                                                                                    35             Senatorial District

                  800-526-9943                                                                                                              Rep 53 Representative District and
                  www.iira.org                                                                                                              149 Stu the number of Students from that district
             Table 14. Enrolled Illinois Residents by County of Residence, Undergraduate and
             Graduate, Macomb Campus, Fall 2003-2007

                                   2003          2004          2005          2006          2007
             COUNTY

             Adams                    364           351           294           284              294
             Alexander                  1             -             3             5                4
             Bond                       4             6             6             4                2
             Boone                     30            33            41            53               53
             Brown                     36            35            34            43               28
             Bureau                    51            64            78            74               75
             Calhoun                    9             9             8            11                9
             Carroll                   48            41            41            36               34
             Cass                      64            70            65            71               68
             Champaign                 52            49            55            63               53
             Christian                 21            21            19            19               19
             Clark                      1             -             -             -                -
             Clay                       5             4             4             2                -
             Clinton                   21            16            13            12               11
             Coles                     10             7             5             5                6
             Cook                   1,903         2,049         2,114         2,137            2,159
             Crawford                   3             2             2             5                5
             Cumberland                 -             2             4             6                6
             DeKalb                    72            52            65            61               58
             DeWitt                    11             8            10            12               11
             Douglas                    3             2             1             2                4
             DuPage                   824           918           972           986              970
             Edgar                      2             4             4             4                4
             Edwards                    1             -             -             2                2
             Effingham                  9             9             4             3                5
             Fayette                    7             5             4             2                2
             Ford                       7             6             7             6                6
             Franklin                   -             -             -             -                -
             Fulton                   292           271           256           259              254
             Gallatin                   -             -             1             -                -
             Greene                    22            23            22            29               29
             Grundy                    45            46            37            47               39
             Hamilton                   1             2             1             2                1
             Hancock                  307           321           266           240              244
             Hardin                     -             1             -             -                -
             Henderson                125           106            81            70               61
             Henry                    135           154           155           172              165
             Iroquois                  18            15            23            21               16
             Jackson                    6             4             6             8                5
Enrollment




             Jasper                     2             4             4             2                1
             Jefferson                  -             -             1             3                2
             Jersey                    14             8            13            19               15
             JoDaviess                 48            48            43            48               35
             Johnson                    1             1             1             1                1
             Kane                     380           404           473           458              413
             Kankakee                  30            36            31            38               32
             Kendall                   64            58            54            66               69
             Knox                     273           255           264           229              219
             Lake                     501           525           593           597              548
             LaSalle                   88           103           101            98               94
             Lawrence                   1             1             -             -                -
             Lee                       71            69            74            81               73
             Livingston                25            23            23            22               27
             Logan                     56            67            68            77               63
             McDonough              1,132         1,078         1,014           964              930
             McHenry                  292           319           315           347              368
             McLean                    60            77            72            70               65
             Macon                     55            52            56            54               48
             Macoupin                  48            47            50            47               49
             Madison                  103           101            86            74               75
             Marion                     3             3             3             1                 -



                                                          32
Table 14. Enrolled Illinois Residents by County of Residence (Continued)

                                   2003           2004           2005      2006      2007
COUNTY

Marshall                                   18          9              6         5          7
Mason                                      60        49             48        53         49
Massac                                        -      -              -         -          -
Menard                                     23        26             37        35         36
Mercer                                     88        76             70        66         62
Monroe                                     11        14             12        11         11
Montgomery                                 20        17             11        11         16
Morgan                                     71        83             91        81         88
Moultrie                                     3         3              2         2          1
Ogle                                       87       104             93        80         78
Peoria                                    269       267            265       259        269
Perry                                        2         2              3         3          3
Piatt                                        4         4              7       13           7
Pike                                       62        71             63        69         63
Pope                                       -           1              2         3          2
Putnam                                       7         7            15        17         23
Randolph                                     4         4               -        2          1
Richland                                     5         4              2         1          2
Rock Island                               280       270            268       262        257
St. Clair                                  54        43             53        55         53
Saline                                       2          -             1          -         2
Sangamon                                  188       194            194       209        200
Schuyler                                   81        91             78        82         81
Scott                                      17        19             14        14         18
Shelby                                       4         3              3         6          4
Stark                                      24        24             22        25         16
Stephenson                                 91        89             81        73         47
Tazewell                                  161       146            155       159        170
Union                                        1          -              -        1          2
Vermilion                                  20        22             19        15         21
Wabash                                       3         1              1         3          2
Warren                                    175       139            146       134        129
Washington                                   4         1              4         3           -
Wayne                                        2         2               -        1          1
White                                      11          5              2         2          1
Whiteside                                 104       108            113       111        127
Will                                      322       383            409       443        495
Williamson                                   1         1              3         8          9
Winnebago                                 204       227            243       228        211
Woodford                                   24        20             21        22         28




                                                                                                Enrollment
TOTAL                               10,264        10,514         10,597    10,619     10,421
Percent Change                      1.1%          2.4%           0.8%      0.2%      -1.9%

Percent of On-Campus
Headcount Enrollment                 93.3%         94.0%          94.0%     93.4%     92.9%


Students are from 92 Illinois counties.




                                                            33
Table 15. Iowa and Missouri Border County Enrollments, Fall 2003-2007

                                               2003                2004                 2005                  2006        2007

MACOMB CAMPUS
 Iowa*
   Continuing Undergraduates**                     77                  56                    69                    73         89
   New Freshmen                                    54                  40                    54                    28         26
   New Transfers                                   56                  59                    81                    74         57
   Total Graduates                                 52                  44                    26                    29         39
   Total Iowa                                     239                 199                   230                   204        211
 Missouri***
   Continuing Undergraduates**                      2                    5                      8                     3          2
   New Freshmen                                     5                    3                      5                     4          2
   New Transfers                                    5                    8                      4                     2          2
   Total Graduates                                  1                    3                      5                     6          3
   Total Missouri                                  13                   19                     22                    15          9

TOTAL IOWA & MISSOURI                             252                 218                   252                   219        220


QUAD CITIES CAMPUS
 Iowa*
   Continuing Undergraduates**                     74                  71                    83                    89        108
   New Freshmen                                   -                   -                     -                     -          -
   New Transfers                                   26                  26                    28                    34         50
   Total Graduates                                165                 155                   141                   180        170
   Total Iowa                                     265                 252                   252                   303        328
 Missouri***
   Continuing Undergraduates**                    -                    -                    -                     -          -
   New Freshmen                                   -                    -                    -                     -          -
   New Transfers                                  -                    -                    -                     -          -
   Total Graduates                                -                    -                        1                     1      -
   Total Missouri                                 -                    -                        1                     1      -

TOTAL IOWA & MISSOURI                             265                 252                   253                   304        328


*Counties include Clinton, Des Moines, Dubuque, Lee, Louisa, Jackson, Muscatine, Scott
**Students who were enrolled previously and continue to show one of the above listed counties as their county of origin
***Counties include: Clark, Lewis, Lincoln, Marion, Pike, Ralls




                                                                           34
Table 16. Enrolled Out-Of-State Students by State, Fall 2003-2007

                               2003    2004         2005            2006    2007
STATE

Alabama                            2       3            2               1       1
Alaska                             1       1            -               4       3
Arizona                            7       4            2               2       3
Arkansas                           4      10            9               7       5
California                        20      12            9              14      13
Colorado                           3       4            1               3       5
Connecticut                        -       -            -               -       -
Delaware                           -       -            -               -       -
District of Columbia               -       -            -               -       -
Florida                           18       9            4               6       1
Georgia                            3       5            2               3       4
Hawaii                             -       -            1               1       1
Idaho                              3       -            -               1       2
Indiana                           10      12            5               7      10
Iowa                             706     642          647             660     680
Kansas                             4      10           12              12       8
Kentucky                           6       9            4               2       2
Louisiana                          1       -            2               2       2
Maine                              2       1            -               1       1
Maryland                           3       4            4               5       4
Massachusetts                      -       2            4               3       2
Michigan                          10      10            9              11      12
Minnesota                         14      14            7               9      10
Mississippi                        1       2            -               -       -
Missouri                          44      50           48              49      34
Montana                            5       -            2               3       1
Nebraska                           6       6            7               5       3
Nevada                             2       3            1               2       3
New Hampshire                      -       2            2               -       -
New Jersey                         2       2            2               4       3
New Mexico                         2       2            3               1       -
New York                           6       8            5               1       2
North Carolina                     5       6            1               2       2
North Dakota                       5       2            -               1       2
Ohio                              14      20           12               9      10
Oklahoma                           1       2            1               5       3
Oregon                             3       4            1               2       3
Pennsylvania                       9       4            4               4       7
Rhode Island                       -       -            -               -       -
South Carolina                     -       2            1               2       1




                                                                                    Enrollment
South Dakota                       -       -            -               -       1
Tennessee                          2       6            2               5       5
Texas                             41      33           21              17      12
Utah                               2       1            -               1       4
Vermont                            -       -            -               -       -
Virginia                           7       8            3               4       2
Washington                         4       6            5               6       3
West Virginia                      -       1            1               1       3
Wisconsin                         21      20           18               9      21
Wyoming                            -       -            -               -       1

Total                            999     942          864             887     895


Students are from 43 states.




                                               35
             Table 17. Enrolled International Students by Country of Origin, Macomb Campus,
             Fall 2003-2007

                                           2003    2004        2005         2006          2007
             Country

             Afghanistan                       -       -           1            1               -
             Armenia                           -       -           1            -               1
             Australia                         -       -           -            1               2
             Bahamas                           -       1           1            -               -
             Bangladesh                        -       2           -            1               -
             Barbados                          1       -           -            1               2
             Belarus                           1       1           1            1               -
             Bolivia                           -       -           2            4               3
             Botswana                          -       -           -            -               -
             Brazil                            9       5           -            -               1
             Bulgaria                          1       1           -            -               1
             Cambodia                          -       1           1            -               -
             Cameroon                          -       -           1            1               -
             Canada                            6       7          10           15              15
             Central African Republic          -       -           -            -               1
             Chad                              1       -           1            1               -
             China, People's Rep of           12       8           6           10               8
             China, Republic of (Taiwan)       9      11          15           11              11
             Colombia                          -       -           -            -               1
             Congo                             -       -           -            -               1
             Costa Rica                        1       -           1            2               1
             Croatia                           -       -           1            1               2
             Cuba                              -       -           1            -               -
             Dominican Republic                1       1           -            -               -
             Ecuador                           -       -           3            3               2
             Eritrea                           -       -           -            -               1
             Ethiopia                          -       -           -            1               4
             Finland                           -       -           -            -               -
             France                            1       1           1            1               3
             Georgia                           -       -           -            2               1
             Germany                          17       6           6            7               4
             Ghana                             1       2           1            1               -
             Greece                            -       1           -            1               1
             Haiti                             -       -           -            -               -
             Honduras                          -       1           -            -               -
             Hong Kong                         -       1           -            1               -
             India                            29      34          52           82             102
             Indonesia                         1       -           1            1               2
             Iran                              -       -           -            -               -
Enrollment




             Israel                            1       1           -            1               1
             Italy                             -       -           -            -               2
             Ivory Coast                       -       -           -            -               -
             Jamaica                           -       -           -            -               1
             Japan                            76      80          54           43              35
             Jordan                            -       -           2            2               1
             Kazakhstan                        -       -           1            1               2
             Kenya                             5       4           2            2               1
             Khmer Republic Cambodia           -       -           -            -               1
             Korea                            45      32          27           23              23
             Kuwait                            -       -           -            -               -
             Latvia                            2       2           1            -               -
             Lebanon                           -       -           1            1               -
             Lithuania                         1       1           -            -               -
             Macedonia                         -       -           1            1               1
             Malaysia                          1       1           -            1               1
             Mali                              -       -           -            -               1
             Mexico                            8       7           6            6               3
             Mongolia                          -       -           -            -               -
             Morocco                           -       -           -            -               -
             Mozambique                        1       -           1            1               -
             Myanmar (formerly Burma)         19       9           6            4               4




                                                          36
Table 17. Enrolled International Students by Country of Origin (Continued)
                                  2003                  2004                 2005     2006     2007
Country

Namibia                                11                     -                  -        -        -
Nepal                                  11                    13                 12       28       30
Netherlands                             -                     4                  5        1        4
Nicaragua                               -                     -                  -        -        -
Nigeria                                 -                     1                  1        -        1
Norway                                  2                     -                  -        -        -
Oman                                    -                     2                  -        -        -
Pakistan                                1                     3                  4        -        4
Panama                                  9                     -                  -        -        -
Poland                                  1                     1                  -        -        1
Romania                                 2                     1                  3        3        -
Russia                                  3                     3                  2        1        -
Saint Lucia                             -                     2                  1        -        -
Saudi Arabia                            8                     3                  5       44       67
Scotland                                1                     1                  -        -        -
Senegal                                 1                     -                  -        -        -
Serbia & Montenegro                     -                     -                  -        -        1
South Africa                            -                     -                  1        1        1
Spain                                   2                     -                  -        1        1
Sudan                                   -                     -                  1        1        3
Swaziland                               1                     -                  -        -        -
Sweden                                  1                     2                  1        2        2
Tajikistan                              -                     -                  1        -        -
Tanzania                                -                     1                  -        -        1
Thailand                                4                     4                  2        1        1
Togo                                    2                     2                  3        5        6
Trinidad and Tobago                     -                     1                  -        -        7
Turkey                                  3                     1                  4        8        -
Turkmenistan                            -                     4                  7        7        9
Ukraine                                 -                     -                  1        2        1
United Arab Emirates                    1                     -                  -        -        -
United Kingdom                          2                     4                  5        6        4
Uzbekistan                              -                     -                  -        -        -
Vietnam                                 -                     -                  -        -        1
Yugoslavia                              1                     1                  -        -        -
Zaire                                   -                     -                  1        1        -
Zambia                                  -                     -                  -        1        1

Total                                 317                   275                 269      349      393
Percent Change                     -11.0%                -13.2%               -2.2%    29.7%    12.6%




                                                                                                        Enrollment
Percent of On-Campus
Headcount Enrollment                 2.9%                  2.5%                2.4%     3.1%     3.5%


Students are from 57 countries, and top 10 countries are highlighted.




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             Table 18. Undergraduate Enrollment by Degree Program, Race/Ethnicity, Sex, and
             Student Level, All Campuses, Fall 2007
                                                                                                       Non-
                                                                                      Asian    Native Resident         MALE    FEMALE
             Undergraduate Degree Program                     White   Black Hispanic American American Alien   Other   TOTAL    TOTAL

             COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
               B.A. in African-American Studies                   2     8       1        -        -       -      -         5       6
               B.S. in Biological Sciences                      415    58      20       10        5       4     32       228     316
                 B.S. in Biology                                406    57      19        9        5       4     31       225     306
                 B.S. in Clinical Laboratory Science              9     1       1        1        -       -      1         3      10
               B.S. in Chemistry                                 91    14       6        3        -       2     10        58      68
                 B.S. in Chemistry                               47    10       2        3        -       2      4        32      36
                 B.S. in Forensic Chemistry                      44     4       4        -        -       -      6        26      32
               B.A. in English and Journalism                   267    43      12        1        1       1     25       132     218
                 B.A. in English                                175    22       3        1        1       1     15        72     146
                 B.A. in Journalism                              92    21       9        -        -       -     10        60      72
               B.A. in Foreign Languages and Literature          36     4       9        1        -       2      2        21      33
                 B.A. in French                                   6     1       -        -        -       2      1         4       6
                 B.A. in Spanish                                 30     3       9        1        -       -      1        17      27
               B.S. in Geography                                 79     3       4        -        1       1      4        69      23
                 B.S. in Geography                               19     -       1        -        -       -      3        22       1
                 B.S. in Meteorology                             60     3       3        -        1       1      1        47      22
               B.S. in Geology                                   17     -       -        -        -       -      4        19       2
               B.A. in History                                  206     8      11        2        2       -     15       178      66
               B.S. in Mathematics                               90     5       4        2        -       5      6        63      49
               B.A. in Philosophy & Religious Studies            12     1       1        1        -       -      2        14       3
                 B.A. in Philosophy                              12     1       1        1        -       -      2        14       3
               B.S. in Physics                                   14     -       -        -        -       -      2        13       3
               B.A. in Political Science                        111    17       8        2        1       1      4       100      44
               B.S. in Psychology                               326    42      24        9        2       2     28       107     326
               B.A. in Sociology                                 91    25       7        1        1       3     10        67      71
               B.A. in Women's Studies                           18     1       1        -        -       1      1         -      22
             TOTAL COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES                 1,775   229     108       32       13      22    145     1,074   1,250

             COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
               B.B. in Accountancy                              232    23       8        7        4      11     16       157     144
               B.S. in Agricultural Sciences                    275     4       1        -        2       -     19       217      84
               B.S. in Computer Science                         116    19       4        3        -      14     18       160      14
                 B.S. in Computer Science                        89    15       4        3        -      14     16       129      12
                 B.S. in Telecommunications Management           27     4       -        -        -       -      2        31       2
               B.A./B.B. in Economics                            30     6       -        2        -       5      4        39       8
                 B.A. in Economics                               11     3       -        1        -       2      2        18       1
                 B.B. in Economics                               19     3       -        1        -       3      2        21       7
               B.S. in Engineering Technology                   401    32      26        4        1       3     28       425      70
Enrollment




                 B.S. in Construction Management                202    15      11        1        1       -     11       235       6
                 B.S. in Graphic Communication                  114     8      12        3        -       3      7        87      60
                 B.S. in Industrial Technology                    -     -       -        -        -       -      -         -       -
                 B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering Tech          85     9       3        -        -       -     10       103       4
               B.B. in Information Mgt. & Decision Sciences      36     -       1        -        -       4      3        38       6
                 B.B. in Information Systems                     36     -       1        -        -       4      3        38       6
               B.B. in Management                               349    41      37        2        1       5     25       278     182
                 B.B. in Human Resource Management               28     3       3        -        -       -      -         9      25
                 B.B. in Management                             321    38      34        2        1       5     25       269     157
               B.B. in Marketing & Finance                      406    35      15        9        1      10     24       306     194
                 B.B. in Finance                                148    12       8        6        -       5     10       134      55
                 B.B. in Marketing                              204    22       6        2        1       3     11       132     117
                 B.B. in Supply Chain Management                 54     1       1        1        -       2      3        40      22
             TOTAL BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY                      1,845   160      92       27        9      52    137     1,620     702

             COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
              B.S.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction              663     24      32        7        5       -     34       83      682
                B.S.Ed. in Elementary Education                663     24      32        7        5       -     34       83      682
              B.S. in Dietetics, Fashion Merch., & Hospit.     299     23      17        8        1       8     16       71      301
                B.S. in Family and Consumer Sciences           299     23      17        8        1       8     16       71      301
              B.S.Ed. Educational & Interdisciplinary Stud.     19      1      15        -        -       -      2        -       37
                B.S.Ed. in Bilingual/Bicultural Education       19      1      15        -        -       -      2        -       37




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Table 18. Undergraduate Enrollment (Continued)
                                                                                         Non-
                                                                        Asian    Native Resident         MALE    FEMALE
Undergraduate Degree Program                    White   Black Hispanic American American Alien   Other   TOTAL    TOTAL

  B.S. in Health Sciences                          65    15          1     2        -       -      5        47      41
    B.S. in Community Health                        6     4          -     -        -       -      2         3       9
    B.S. in Emergency Management                   31     2          -     2        -       -      2        34       3
    B.S. in Health Services Management             28     9          1     -        -       -      1        10      29
  B.S. in Instructional Design & Technology        27     8          -     2        1       2      5        31      14
  B.S. in Kinesiology                             364    29         22     4        -       6     28       298     155
  B.S. in Law Enforcement & Justice Admin       1,283    75        107    23        8       1     90     1,232     355
  B.S. in Recreation, Parks & Tourism Admin       233     6         11     2        -       1     20       158     115
  Bachelor of Social Work                         150    20          7     1        1       -      4        16     167
  B.S.Ed. In Special Education                    212     6          8     1        1       -     10        39     199
TOTAL EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES                3,315   207        220    50       17      18    214     1,975   2,066

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION
  B.A./B.F.A. in Art                             101      7         6      6        -       -     14       49       85
    B.A. in Art                                   88      7         5      4        -       -     12       37       79
    Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art                  13      -         1      2        -       -      2       12        6
  B.A. in Broadcasting                           109     27         7      1        -       1     12       99       58
  B.A. in Communication                          286     33        12      7        2       5     19      176      188
  B.S. in Communication Sciences & Disorder       60      2         2      -        -       -      2        3       63
  B.A./B.M. in Music                             186     13        10      3        -       5     11      115      113
    B.A. in Music                                 86      3         3      1        -       1      5       51       48
    Bachelor of Music                            100     10         7      2        -       4      6       64       65
  B.A./B.F.A. in Theatre                          58      3         2      1        -       -      5       34       35
    B.A. in Theatre                               39      2         -      1        -       -      3       26       19
    B.F.A. in Musical Theatre                     19      1         2      -        -       -      2        8       16
TOTAL COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS & COMM.               800     85        39     18        2      11     63      476      542

OTHER
   Board of Trustees Bachelor of Arts             368    39        10      1        7       -     28      211      242
   B.A. and B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies      36     4         -      -        -       1      4       24       21
   Undeclared/Unclassified Undergraduates         711    70        42     10        3      51     57      530      414
TOTAL OTHER                                     1,115   113        52     11       10      52     89      765      677

UNDERGRADUATE TOTAL                             8,850   794        511   138       51     155    648     5,910   5,237




                                                                                                                          Enrollment




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             Table 19. Undergraduate Enrollment by Degree Program, Race/Ethnicity, Sex, and
             Student Level, Quad Cities Campus, Fall 2007
                                                                                                      Non-
                                                                                     Asian    Native Resident       MALE FEMALE
                                                             White   Black Hispanic American American Alien   Other TOTAL TOTAL
             Undergraduate Degree Program

             COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
               B.A. in English & Journalism                     1      -         -     -       -       -     -     -        1
                 B.A. in English                                1      -         -     -       -       -     -     -        1
               B.S. in Mathematics                              2      -         -     -       -       -     -     2        -
               B.S. in Psychology                               1      -         1     -       -       -     -     1        1
               B.A. in Women's Studies                          1      -         -     -       -       -     -     -        1
             TOTAL ARTS & SCIENCES                              5      -         1     -       -       -     -     3        3

             COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
               B.B. in Accountancy                             69     4          3    1        1       -    7      31      54
               B.S./B.B. in Engineering Technology             18     1          2    -        -       -    3      23       1
                 B.S. in Construction Management                1     -          -    -        -       -    -       1       -
                 B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering Tech        17     1          2    -        -       -    3      22       1
               B.B. in Information Management & Decision       17     -          -    -        -       -    2      16       3
                 B.B. in Information Systems                   17     -          -    -        -       -    2      16       3
               B.B. in Management                              71     4         13    -        -       1   11      47      53
                 B.B. in Human Resource Management              1     -          1    -        -       -    -       1       1
                 B.B. in Management                            70     4         12    -        -       1   11      46      52
               B.B. in Marketing & Finance                     35     1          2    -        1       -    4      17      26
                 B.B. in Finance                                4     -          -    -        -       -    -       2       2
                 B.B. in Marketing                             30     1          2    -        1       -    3      13      24
                 B.B. in Supply Chain Management                1     -          -    -        -       -    1       2       -
             TOTAL BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY                      210    10         20    1        2       1   27     134     137

             EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
               B.S.Ed. In Curriculum & Instruction            108     7         10     -       -       -   14     21      118
                 B.S.Ed. in Elementary Education              108     7         10     -       -       -   14     21      118
               B.S. in Health Sciences                          -     -          -     -       -       -    -      -        -
                 B.S. in Health Services Management
               B.S.Ed. In Educational & Interdisciplinary       1     -          -     -       -       -    -      -        1
                 B.S.Ed. In Bilingual/Bicultural Education      1     -          -     -       -       -    -      -        1
               B.S. in Law Enforcement & Justice Admin         34     2          2     -       -       -    3     29       12
               B.S. in Recreation, Park & Tourism Adm.         21     1          -     -       -       -    3     11       14
               B.S. in Special Education                        1     -          -     -       -       -    -      -        1
             TOTAL EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES                 165    10         12     -       -       -   20     61      146

             FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION
               B.A. in Broadcasting                             -     1          -     -       -       -     -     1        -
Enrollment




               B.A. in Communication                            -     -          1     -       -       -     -     1        -
             TOTAL FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION                    -     1          1     -       -       -     -     2        -

             OTHER
                Board of Trustees Bachelor of Arts            104    10          5    1        3       -    7     44       86
                Undeclared/Unclassified Undergraduates         29     5          3    -        -       -    2      5       34
             TOTAL OTHER                                      133    15          8    1        3       -    9     49      120

             TOTAL UNDERGRADUATES                             513    36         42    2        5       1   56     249     406




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Table 20. Graduate Enrollment by Degree Program, Race/Ethnicity, Sex,
and Student Level, All Campuses, Fall 2007
                                                                                              Non-
                                                                             Asian    Native Resident         MALE    FEMALE
Graduate Degree Program                              White   Black Hispanic American American Alien   Other   TOTAL    TOTAL

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
  PBC in African American Studies                       -       2         -     -        -        -     -        1        1
    Post-Bacc. Cert. in African & African Diaspora      -       2           -     -          -    -     -        1        1
  M.S./PBC in Biological Sciences                      68       2          1     1           -    2     6       29       51
    M.S. in Biology                                    57       2          1     1           -    2     6       26       43
    Post-Bacc. Cert in Zoo/Aquarium Studies            11      -          -     -            -    -     -        3        8
  M.S. in Chemistry                                     1        -          -     -          -   23     -       14       10
  M.A. in English & Journalism                         36        -         1     1           -    4     3       14       31
    M.A. in English                                    36        -         1     1           -    4     3       14       31
  M.A./PBC in Geography                                10        -          -    3           -    5     1       16        3
    M.A. in Geography                                  10        -          -    3           -    5     1       16        3
    Post-Bacc. Cert in Community Development            -        -          -     -          -    -     -        -        -
  M.A. in History                                      32       2           -     -          -    -     3       26       11
  M.S./PBC in Mathematics                               6       1           -     -          -    6     2       11        4
    M.S. in Mathematics                                 6       1           -     -          -    6     2       11        4
    Post-Bacc. Cert in Applied Mathematics              -        -          -     -          -    -     -        -        -
  M.S. in Physics                                       1        -         1      -          -   11     1       13        1
  M.A./PBC in Political Science                        12       3          1      -          -    5     1       15        7
    M.A. in Political Science                          11       3          1      -          -    5     1       15        6
    Post-Bacc. Cert. in Public & Non-Profit Mgt.        1        -          -     -          -    -     -        -        1
  M.S./Specialist in Psychology                        53        -          -    1           -    1     3       24       34
    M.S. in Psychology                                 25        -          -    1           -    1     3       15       15
    Specialist in School Psychology                    28        -          -     -          -    -     -        9       19
  M.A. in Sociology                                    21       3           -    1           -    2     2       10       19
  PBC in Women's Studies                                1       1           -     -          -    -     -        -        2
TOTAL ARTS & SCIENCES                                 241     14           4     7           -   59    22      173      174

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
  Master of Accountancy                                 9      -          -     -            -     3    -        7       5
  M.S. in Computer Science                             12      -          -     2            -    74    2       60      30
  M.A. in Economics                                     4      5          1     -            -    14    2       24       2
  M.S. in Engineering Technology                        5      1          -     -            -    14    1       19       2
    M.S. in Manufacturing Engineering Systems           5      1          -     -            -    14    1       19       2
  MBA in Management                                    87      3          1     1            -    13    8       61      52
    Master of Business Administration                  87      3          1     1            -    13    8       61      52
TOTAL BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY                           117      9          2     3            -   118   13      171      91

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
 M.S.Ed. in Counselor Education                        70      5          6     -            -    -     2       14       69




                                                                                                                               Enrollment
   M.S.Ed. in Counseling                               70      5          6     -            -    -     2       14       69
 M.S.Ed. In Curriculum & Instruction                  263      2          5     1            -    -    10       12      269
   M.S.Ed. in Elementary Education                    102      -          3     -            -    -     4       11       98
   M.S.Ed. in Reading                                 161      2          2     1            -    -     6        1      171
 M.S./M.S.Ed./M.A.T. In Educ. & Interdis. Study        79      6          6     -            -    5     5       33       68
   M.S. in College Student Personnel                   33      4          1     -            -    4     1       16       27
   M.S.Ed. in Educ. and Interdisciplinary Studies      36      2          5     -            -    1     3       12       35
   M.A.T. (Secondary Education)                        10      -          -     -            -    -     1        5        6
 M.S.Ed./Ed.S./Ed.D. in Educational Leader.           238      8          5     -            -    1    15      146      121
   M.S.Ed. in Ed. Admin and Supervision               159      5          5     -            -    1     6       88       88
   Ed.S. in Educational Leadership                     51      1          -     -            -    -     5       36       21
   Ed.D. in Educational Admin.                         28      2          -     -            -    -     4       22       12
 M.S./PBC in Health Services                           37      1          -     -            -    7     2       13       34
   M.S. in Health Education                            37      1          -     -            -    7     2       13       34
   Post-Bacc. Cert. in Health Services Admin            -      -          -     -            -    -     -        -        -
 M.S./PBC in Instructional Design & Tech.              73      5          2     1            -    5     4       33       57
   M.S. in Instructional Design & Technology           69      5          2     1            -    5     3       32       53
   Post-Bacc. Cert in Instruct. Design & Tech.          4      -          -     -            -    -     1        1        4
 M.S. in Kinesiology                                   79      3          1     2            -    5     4       52       42
   M.S. in Kinesiology                                 31      2          -     1            -    3     1       14       24
   M.S. in Sport Management                            48      1          1     1            -    2     3       38       18




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             Table 20. Graduate Enrollment (Continued)
                                                                                                      Non-
                                                                                     Asian    Native Resident         MALE    FEMALE
             Graduate Degree Program                         White   Black Hispanic American American Alien   Other   TOTAL    TOTAL

               M.A./PBC in Law Enforcement & Justice Adm.      84      7       3        -        -       1      6       67       34
                 M.A. in Law Enforcement and Justice Admin     84      7       3        -        -       1      5       66       34
                 Post-Bacc. Cert. in Police Executive Adm.      -      -       -        -        -       -      1        1        -
               M.S. in Recreation, Parks & Tourism Admin.      22      1       1        -        -       2      3       15       14
               M.S.Ed. In Special Education                    40      1       1        -        1       -      2        5       40
             TOTAL EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES                 985     39      30        4        1      26     53      390      748

             COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION
               M.A. in Communication                           10      1       1        -        -       2      4        7      11
               M.S. in Communication Sciences & Disorders      43      1       1        1        -       4      1        1      50
               M.M. in Music                                   21      1       -        -        -       7      2       17      14
               M.F.A. in Theatre                               29      2       1        1        -       -      3       22      14
             TOTAL FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION                  103      5       3        2        -      13     10       47      89

             OTHER
                Undeclared/Unclassified Graduates             226     10       9        2        2      33     19      122      179
             TOTAL OTHER                                      226     10       9        2        2      33     19      122      179

             GRADUATES TOTAL                                 1,672    77      48       18        3     249    117      903    1,281
Enrollment




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Table 21. Graduate Enrollment by Degree Program, Race/Ethnicity, Sex, and
Student Level, Quad Cities Campus, Fall 2007
                                                                                            Non-
                                                                           Asian    Native Resident       MALE FEMALE
                                                   White   Black Hispanic American American Alien   Other TOTAL TOTAL
Graduate Degree Program

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
  M.S./PBC in Biological Sciences                    20     1          -     -       -       -    1      4       18
    M.S. in Biology                                  13     1          -     -       -       -    1      3       12
    Post-Bacc. Cert in Zoo/Aquarium Studies           7     -          -     -       -       -    -      1        6
  M.A. in English & Journalism                       16     -          1     -       -       -    -      5       12
    M.A. in English                                  16     -          1     -       -       -    -      5       12
  M.A. in Sociology                                   -     1          -     -       -       -    -      1        -
  PBC in Women's Studies                              -     -          -     -       -       -    -      -        -
TOTAL ARTS & SCIENCES                                36     2          1     -       -       -    1     10       30

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
  Master of Accountancy                               3     -          -     -       -       -    -      2        1
  M.A. in Economics                                   -     1          -     -       -       -    -      1        -
  MBA in Management                                  53     1          -     -       -       2    4     30       30
    Master of Business Administration                53     1          -     -       -       2    4     30       30
TOTAL BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY                          56     2          -     -       -       2    4     33       31

EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
  M.S.Ed. in Counseling                              68     5          6     -       -       -    2     14       67
    M.S.Ed. in Counselor Education                   68     5          6     -       -       -    2     14       67
  M.S.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction               108     1          3     -       -       -    2      3      111
    M.S.Ed. in Elementary Education                  38     -          1     -       -       -    2      3       38
    M.S.Ed. in Reading                               70     1          2     -       -       -    -      -       73
  M.S.Ed./Ed.S./Ed.D. in Educational Adm.           153     8          5     -       -       -    8     86       88
    M.S.Ed. in Educational Admin & Supervision      122     5          5     -       -       -    6     62       76
    Ed.S. in Educational Admin & Supervision         22     1          -     -       -       -    1     14       10
    Ed.D. in Educational Admin.                       9     2          -     -       -       -    1     10        2
  M.S.Ed./M.A.T. in Educ. & Interdis. Studies        10     1          2     -       -       -    1      2       12
    M.S.Ed. in Educ. and Interdisciplinary Study     10     1          2     -       -       -    1      2       12
    M.A.T. (Secondary Education)                      -     -          -     -       -       -    -      -        -
  M.S./PBC in Health Sciences                        22     -          -     -       -       1    -      2       21
    M.S. in Health Education and Promotion           22     -          -     -       -       1    -      2       21
    Post-Bacc. Cert. in Health Services Admin
  M.S./PBC in Instructional Design & Tech             -      -         -     -       -       -     -      -       -
    M.S. in Instructional Design & Technology         -      -         -     -       -       -     -      -       -
    Post-Bacc. Cert in Instruct. Design & Tech
  M.S. in Kinesiology                                 7      -         -     -       -       -     -     6        1
    M.S. in Kinesiology                               1      -         -     -       -       -     -     1        -




                                                                                                                        Enrollment
    M.S. in Sport Management                          6      -         -     -       -       -     -     5        1
  M.A./PBC in Law Enforcement & Justice Adm.         10      -         -     -       -       -     -     6        4
    M.A. in Law Enforcement and Justice Admin        10      -         -     -       -       -     -     6        4
    Post-Bacc. Cert. in Police Executive
  M.S.Ed. in Special Education                       36     1          1     -       1       -    2       5      36
TOTAL EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES                    414    16         17     -       1       1   15     124     340

OTHER
   Undeclared/Unclassified Graduates                 94     3          6     -       1       -    4     33       75
TOTAL OTHER                                          94     3          6     -       1       -    4     33       75

TOTAL GRADUATE AND ADVANCED                         600    23         24     -       2       3   24     200     476




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             Table 22. Undergraduate Enrollment by College, Department and Major, Fall 2003-2007

             College/Department/Major                 2003     2004       2005       2006          2007

             COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
              African American Studies                     7        7         12          17           11
              Biological Sciences                        476      545        541         526          544
                Biology                                  333      381        387         391          331
                Biology Ed                                16       21         26          25           28
                Clinical Laboratory Science               16       13         15           8           13
                Pre-Dentistry                             15        7          7           6            7
                Pre-Medicine (also Chemistry Dept.)       41       41         27          23           55
                Pre-Nursing                               34       63         53          33           41
                Pre-Optometry                              2        2          2           3            7
                Pre-Physical Therapy                      19       17         24          37           62
              Chemistry                                   81       83         84          99          126
                Chemistry                                 38       42         44          36           36
                Chemistry Ed                               2        3          5           5            7
                Forensic Chemistry                       -        -          -            32           58
                Pre-Chemical Engineering                   5        6          4           3            1
                Pre-Pharmacy                              36       32         31          23           24
              English & Journalism                       321      350        341         358          350
                English                                  122      132        108         110          103
                English Ed                                95      104        108         113          115
                Journalism                               104      114        125         135          132
              Foreign Languages & Literature              44       39         45          52           54
                French                                     4        4          6           5            6
                French Ed                                  4        2          4           3            4
                Spanish                                   22       17         24          33           31
                Spanish Ed                                14       16         11          11           13
              Geography                                   37       41         59          80           92
                Geography                                 26       19         21          20           23
                Geography Ed                               2      -          -           -            -
                Meteorology                                9       22         38          60           69
              Geology                                     26       22         26          24           21
              History                                    257      280        276         276          244
                History                                  100      121        109          91           96
                History Ed                               157      159        167         185          148
              Mathematics                                 88       84         79          62           88
                Mathematics                               23       18         17          16           30
                Mathematics Ed                            65       66         62          46           58
              Philosophy & Religious Studies              18       24         27          25           17
                Philosophy                                18       24         27          25           17
              Physics                                     78       78         57          56           40
                Physics                                   16       22         22          15           11
Enrollment




                Physics Ed                                 1        2          5           6            5
                Pre-Architecture                          11       15          8           7            4
                Pre-Engineering                           50       39         22          28           20
              Political Science                          152      134        146         147          144
                Political Science                        148      134        146         147          144
                Political Science Ed                       4      -          -           -            -
              Psychology                                 436      476        447         405          433
                Psychology                               435      476        447         405          433
                Psychology Ed                              1      -          -           -            -
              Sociology & Anthropology                   113      122        135         145          138
                Sociology                                113      122        135         145          137
                Sociology Ed                             -        -          -           -              1
              Women's Studies                              9        8         13          19           22
             TOTAL ARTS & SCIENCES                     2,143    2,293      2,288       2,291        2,324




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Table 22. Undergraduate Enrollment by College, Department and Major (Continued)

College/Department/Major                          2003          2004     2005     2006     2007

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
 Accountancy                                         290           284      289      295      301
   Accountancy                                        87            92      102       98      101
   Pre-Accountancy                                   203           192      187      197      200
 Agricultural Sciences                               269           270      288      320      301
   Agriculture                                       234           227      255      294      273
   Agriculture Ed                                     21            26       23       17       21
   Pre-Agricultural Engineering                        1             3        2        1      -
   Pre-Forestry                                      -               2      -        -        -
   Pre-Veterinary Medicine                            13            12        8        8        7
 Computer Science                                    317           248      192      162      174
   Computer Science                                  317           248      192      162      141
   Telecommunications Management                     -             -        -        -         33
 Economics                                            58            48       53       45       47
   Economics-B.A.                                     23            17       24       18       19
   Economics-B.B.                                     13            14       12       11       10
   Pre-Economics                                      22            17       17       16       18
 Engineering Technology                              337           341      376      461      495
   Construction Management                           -              72      151      227      241
   Graphic Communication                             106           105      112      125      147
   Industrial Education                              -               3      -        -        -
   Industrial Technology                               1             2        1      -        -
   Manufacturing Engineering Technology              230           159      112      109      107
 Information Management & Decision Sciences           92            72       60       49       44
   Information Management                             43            33       25       21       23
   Pre-Information Management                         49            39       35       28       21
 Management                                          400           439      460      420      435
   Human Resource Management                          12            12       12        8       14
   Pre-Human Resource Management                      27            25       20       22       20
   Management                                         93           109      129      122       97
   Pre-Management                                    268           293      299      268      304
 Marketing & Finance                                 445           437      441      498      463
   Finance                                            51            68       62       74       74
   Pre-Finance                                        97            85       80       99      115
   Marketing                                          89            72       86       68       64
   Pre-Marketing                                     208           212      204      215      185
   Supply Chain Management                           -             -          3       14       25
   Pre-Supply Chain Management                       -             -          6       28      -
 Pre-Business Undecided                               80           113       94       64       62
TOTAL BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY                        2,288         2,252    2,253    2,314    2,322




                                                                                                    Enrollment
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
 Curriculum & Instruction                            808           817      776      784      765
   Elementary Education                              364           369      315      311      345
   Pre-Elementary Education                          444           448      461      473      420
 Dietetics, Fashion Merchandising & Hospitality      274           311      346      383      372
   Family & Consumer Sciences                        274           311      346      383      372
 Educational & Interdisciplinary Studies              34            42       49       46       37
   Bilingual/Bicultural Education                     34            42       49       46       37
 Health Sciences                                      58            57       55       53       88
   Community Health                                   38            35       24       15       12
   Emergency Management                              -             -        -        -         37
   Health Services Management                         20            22       31       38       39
 Instructional Design & Technology                    89            77       64       57       45
 Kinesiology                                         385           454      463      485      453
   Kinesiology                                       197           218      207      236      247
   Kinesiology Teacher Ed                            188           236      256      249      206
 Law Enforcement & Justice Administration          1,422         1,512    1,729    1,682    1,587
 Recreation, Park & Tourism Administration           278           295      284      239      273
 Social Work                                         158           179      203      204      183
   Social Work                                        50            46       61       49       46
   Pre-Social Work                                   108           133      142      155      137
 Special Education                                   168           176      212      237      238
 TOTAL EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES                  3,674         3,920    4,181    4,170    4,041



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             Table 22. Undergraduate Enrollment by College, Department and Major (Continued)

             College/Department/Major                                        2003     2004     2005     2006     2007

             COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION
              Art                                                               162      153      146      149      134
               Art                                                               97       95       96       97       75
               Art (BFA)                                                         27       21       15       13       18
               Art Education                                                     38       37       35       39       41
              Broadcasting                                                      195      196      212      193      157
              Communication                                                     330      324      364      379      364
              Communication Sciences & Disorders                                 64       53       56       62       66
              Music                                                             215      210      201      208      228
               Music (BA)                                                       120      112      141      123      128
               Music (BM)                                                       -        -        -        -         87
               Music Education                                                   95       98       60       85       13
              Theatre                                                            48       64       76       75       69
               Musical Theatre                                                  -         10       20       24       24
               Theatre                                                           48       54       56       51       45
              TOTAL FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION                                 1,014    1,000    1,055    1,066    1,018

             OTHER
                Board of Trustees B.A.                                          640      615      419      452      453
                General Orientation                                             929      950      827      778      711
                Interdisciplinary Studies                                        79       80       55       56       45
                Non-Degree Student                                              -        -          6        7      -
                WESL                                                             22       23       18       40       44
                Unclassified*                                                   238      177      182      160      189
             TOTAL OTHER                                                      1,908    1,845    1,507    1,493    1,442

             UNDERGRADUATE TOTAL                                             11,027   11,310   11,284   11,334   11,147


             *Includes unclassified, transitional and high school students
Enrollment




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Table 23. Graduate Enrollment by College, Department and Major, Fall 2003-2007

College/Department/Major                       2003    2004       2005    2006    2007

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
  African American Studies                       -          -       -         1       2
    African & African World Diaspora Studies     -          -       -         1       2
  Biological Sciences                             52         58      63      73      80
    Biology                                       47         50      50      63      69
    Zoo & Aquarium Studies                         5          8      13      10      11
  Chemistry                                       15         17      30      29      24
  English & Journalism                            40         40      38      43      45
  Geography                                       19         13      14      19      19
  History                                         43         38      35      36      37
  Mathematics                                     15          9       9      10      16
    Mathematics                                   15          9       9      10      15
    PBC in Applied Mathematics                   -          -       -       -         1
  Physics                                         12          8      11      13      14
  Political Science                               23         21      21      27      22
    Political Science                             23         21      21      27      21
    Public & Non-Profit Management               -          -       -       -         1
  Psychology                                      61         62      58      63      58
    Gerentology                                    1        -       -       -       -
    Psychology                                    32         34      30      35      30
    School Psychology                             28         28      28      28      28
  Sociology                                       38         43      34      28      29
  Women's Studies                                -          -         1       3       2
TOTAL ARTS & SCIENCES                            318        309     314     345     348

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
  Accountancy                                     20         20      11      16      12
  Computer Science                                55         48      55      79      90
  Economics                                       24         28      29      31      26
  Engineering Technology                          17         16      12      23      21
    Manufacturing Engineering Systems             17         16      12      23      21
  Management                                     124        119     121     130     113
    Business Administration                      124        119     121     130     113
TOTAL BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY                      240        231     228     279     262

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
 Counseling                                      111        119     109     102      83
   Counseling                                    109        118     109     102      83
   Counseling-PBC                                  2          1     -       -       -
 Curriculum & Instruction                        288        301     297     321     281
   Elementary Education                          149        122     107     121     109




                                                                                          Enrollment
   Reading                                       139        177     190     200     172
   Language Literacy-PBC                         -            2     -       -       -
 Educ & Interdisciplinary Studies                154        136     113     101     101
   College Student Personnel                      45         46      40      40      43
   Interdisciplinary Studies                      90         78      63      51      47
   Secondary Education                            19         12      10      10      11
 Educational Leadership                          148        157     159     259     267
   Doctor of Educational Leadership              -          -       -        22      34
   Educational Leadership                         99        114     125     176     176
   Ed Leadership-6th Year                         49         43      34      61      57
 Health Services                                  60         53      60      57      47
   Health Education                               60         51      60      54      47
   Health Services Administration PBC            -            2     -         3
 Instructional Design & Technology                86         84      74      85      90
   Instructional Design & Technology              73         77      67      82      85
   Instructional Design & Technology-PBC          13          7       7       3       5
 Kinesiology                                     104         94      76      81      94
   Kinesiology                                   104         94      63      31      38
   Sport Management                              -          -        13      50      56




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             Table 23. Graduate Enrollment by College, Department and Major (Continued)

             College/Department/Major                       2003          2004     2005     2006     2007

               Law Enforcement & Justice Administration        137           138      122      102      101
                 Law Enforcement & Justice Administration      137           138      122      102      100
                 Police Executive Cert-PBC                     -             -        -        -          1
               Recreation, Park & Tourism Administration        20            38       34       34       29
               Special Education                                43            52       42       46       45
             TOTAL EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES                1,151         1,172    1,086    1,188    1,138

             COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION
               Communication                                   29            27       22       21       18
               Communication Sciences & Disorders              33            30       37       51       51
               Music                                           19            23       25       27       31
               Theatre                                         29            26       23       31       36
             TOTAL FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION                  110           106      107      130      136

             OTHER
                Advanced Graduate                              244          184      136       121     106
                Unclassified*                                  379          246      249       205     194
             TOTAL OTHER                                      623           430      385      326      300

             GRADUATE TOTAL                                  2,442         2,248    2,120    2,268    2,184


             *Includes WESL, unclassified
Enrollment




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Table 24. Undergraduate Enrollment by College and Second Major, Fall 2003-2007
                                               2003      2004      2005      2006      2007
College/2nd Major
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
    African American Studies                         6         5         5         3         3
    Biology                                          4         7         5         4         3
    Chemistry                                        2         1         2         1         1
    Clinical Laboratory Science                      1         1         1     -         -
    English                                          4         3         4         9      6
    Forensic Chemistry                           -        -         -          -          2
    French                                           8     11        10         5         7
    Geography                                        2      3         2         1         1
    History                                          7      6         3         7         4
    Journalism                                       3      1         6         4         4
    Mathematics                                  -          6         6         3         5
    Philosophy                                   -          2       -           2         3
    Physics                                      -        -         -           1         1
    Political Science                             9         7        16        11         7
    Pre-Medicine                                -         -         -         -           1
    Pre-Nursing                                 -         -         -         -           1
    Psychology                                   23        23        26        29        35
    Sociology                                    20        27        26        24        26
    Spanish                                      28        26        38        38        36
    Women's Studies                               3         5         1         1         2
TOTAL ARTS AND SCIENCES                         120       134       151       143       148

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
   Accountancy                                       1         1     -             2         3
   Pre-Accountancy                                   3         3         8         7         2
   Agriculture                                       1     -         -         -             2
   Computer Science                                  2         3         4         5         7
   Construction Management                       -         -         -             1         1
   Economics                                         4         5         3         2         3
   Pre-Economics                                 -             2     -             1         1
   Finance                                           6         4         4         1         7
   Pre-Finance                                       1         2         2         2         2
   Graphic Communication                             4         3         1         1         3
   Human Resource Management                     -         -         -         -             2
   Industrial Technology                             1         1     -         -         -
   Information Management                            3         1         1         1         1
   Manufacturing Engineering Technology          -         -         -         -         -
   Management                                        5         5         2      3        -
   Pre-Management                                    2         3         3      1            3
   Marketing                                     -             2         3      3            1
   Pre-Marketing                                 -             2         1      1        -




                                                                                                 Enrollment
   Supply Chain Management                       -         -         -          1         2
TOTAL BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY                       33        37        32       32        40

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
   Pre-Elementary Education                      -         -         -         -         -
   Family & Consumer Sciences                        1         3         3         3         3
   Instructional Design & Technology                 2         1         1     -         -
   Kinesiology                                       2     -         -           2         2
   Law Enforcement & Justice Administration          7      10           9      11        10
   Recreation, Park & Tourism Administration         1       2           2       1         1
   Social Work                                       1       1       -         -         -
TOTAL EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES                    14      17        15        17        16

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION
   Art                                            3            3         1      3            5
   Broadcasting                                   1            5         6      6            2
   Communication                                 12            4         1      3            4
   Communication Sciences & Disorders           -          -        -           1       -
   Music                                          4         6        10        10        10
   Musical Theatre                              -           2       -           1       -
   Theatre                                        8         4         2       -           2
TOTAL FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION                  28        24        20        24        23
UNDERGRADUATE TOTAL                             195       212       218       216       227



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             Table 25. Undergraduate Enrollment by College, Department and Minor, Fall 2003-2007

             College/Minor                           2003         2004    2005    2006      2007

             COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
               African American Studies                 33           37      34      33         34
               Biological Sciences                      86           64      64      60         84
                 Biology                                 4            1       1       1        -
                 Botany                                 15           11      11      10         13
                 Microbiology                           34           26      26      25         39
                 Zoology                                33           26      26      24         32
               Chemistry                               127          176     163     161        130
                 Chemistry                              77           88      80      81         65
                 Forensic Chemistry                     24           37      28      33         28
                 Forensic Science                       26           51      55      47         37
               College of Arts & Sciences               11            3     -       -          -
                 General Science                        11            3     -       -          -
               English & Journalism                    212          222     242     222        181
                 Creative Writing                       70           68      59      64         62
                 English                                62           57      70      59         38
                 Journalism                             59           70      82      80         63
                 Professional Writing                   21           27      31      19         18
               Foreign Languages & Literature          125          174     247     229        206
                 French                                 12           19      24      23         20
                 German                                 15            9      15      16         12
                 Spanish                                98          146     208     190        174
               Geography                                27           19      22      22         31
                 Geographic Information Systems          2            2       1       9         16
                 Geography                              24           13      15       7         14
                 Meteorology                             1            4       6       6          1
               Geology                                   4            6      18      16         14
               History                                  87           81      89      87         80
               Mathematics                              68           73      57      65         61
                 Mathematics                            66           71      55      64         60
                 Statistics                              2            2       2       1          1
               Philosophy & Religious Studies           40           50      63      58         51
                 Ethics                                  2            5       4       1          2
                 Philosophy                             19           18      22      32         27
                 Religious Studies                      19           27      37      25         22
               Physics                                   6            3       5       9          4
               Political Science                        95           95      84      87        105
                 International Relations                13            8       8       6         15
                 Political Science                      76           80      66      70         81
                 Public Administration                   6            7      10      11          9
               Psychology                              262          256     279     299        294
Enrollment




                 Forensic Psychology                   -            -       -       -           14
                 Gerontology                             4            3       4       4          2
                 Neuroscience                          -            -         1       6          4
                 Psychology                            258          253     274     289        274
               Sociology                               301          305     377     371        343
                Sociology                              279          290     360     346        315
                Anthropology                            22           15      17      25         28
               Women's Studies                          27           26      36      37         33
             TOTAL ARTS & SCIENCES                   1,511        1,590   1,780   1,756      1,651

             COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
              Accountancy                               26           24      28      34         36
              Agriculture                               54           59      70      79         90
                Agricultural Economics                   7            3       8      10          8
                Agricultural Technology Management       1            1     -         3          7
                Agriculture                              1            1     -       -          -
                Agronomy                                 2            1       1       4          2
                Animal Science                           5            9      10      20         19
                Horticulture                             7           11      12       9         12
                International Agriculture              -              1     -       -          -
                Natural Resources Conservation          26           29      32      27         37
                Urban Forestry                           5            3       7       6          5




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Table 25. Undergraduate Enrollment by College, Department and Minor (Continued)

College/Minor                                       2003          2004     2005     2006     2007

  Business                                             40            61       85       56       55
    Business                                           40            61       85       56       55
    Business Education                                -             -        -        -
  Computer Science                                    204           187      171      154      132
  Engineering Technology                               51            52       55       71       62
    Construction Technology                             1             5        2        7        9
    Graphic Communication                              38            37       42       41       38
    Industrial Technology                               4             3        6       13        5
    Maufacturing Engineering Technology                 8             7        5       10       10
  Economics                                            27            21       27       43       35
  Information Management & Decision Sciences           21            18       19       18       27
    Information Management                             21            18       19       18       27
  Management                                          594           584      522      510      486
    Human Resource Management                          32            29       39       38       37
    Management                                        562           553      483      470      446
    Operations Management                             -               2      -          2        3
  Marketing & Finance                                 301           277      359      404      396
    Finance                                            51            53       69       77       66
    International Business                             31            30       30       27       27
    Marketing                                         202           178      247      281      275
    Supply Chain Management                            17            16       13       19       28
TOTAL BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY                         1,318         1,283    1,336    1,369    1,319

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
  Educational & Interdisciplinary Studies               5             4        3        3      -
    Bilingual Education                                 5             4        3        3      -
  Dietetics, Fashion Merchandising, & Hospitality      54            79       86       99      102
    Family & Consumer Sciences                         54            45       32       36       42
    Fashion Merchandising                             -             -        -        -          2
    Hospitality Management                            -             -        -        -          1
    Nutrition                                         -              34       54       63       57
  Health Sciences                                       56            49       47       48       35
    Community Health                                     4             8       10       10        7
    Health Services Management                           1             1        3        1        4
    Occupational Safety                                 26            23       23       31       24
    School Health                                       25            17       11        6        0
  Instructional Design & Technology                    31            24       18       21       32
    Electronic Media                                   31            24       18        9       12
    Instructional Materials                           -             -        -        -          1
    Photographic Media                                -             -        -         12       19
  Kinesiology                                          43            43       46       53       61




                                                                                                        Enrollment
    Coaching                                           12            14       22       24       23
    Kinesiology                                        31            29       24       29       38
  Law Enforcement & Justice Administration            209           272      402      509      482
    Fire Administration                                34            64      108      162      146
    Law Enforcement & Justice Administration          110           135      197      224      221
    Security Administration                            65            73       97      123      115
  Military Science                                     64            58       52       58       63
  Recreation, Park & Tourism Administration            49            53       57       54       57
  Special Education                                   -               1      -        -        -
TOTAL EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES                      511           582      711      845      832

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION
 Art                                                   79            86       89       92       92
   Art History                                          4             2        2        3        8
   Art, Studio                                         75            84       87       89       84
 Broadcasting                                          36            39       46       51       58
 Communication                                         60            57       58       73       79
   Communication                                       56            56       58       73       79
   Public Communication & Human Relations               4             1      -        -        -
 Communication Sciences & Disorders                     1             2      -          2        3
   Speech Science                                       1           -        -        -
   Acquisition & Disorders of Language                -               2      -          2           3




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             Table 25. Undergraduate Enrollment by College, Department and Minor (Continued)

             College/Minor                        2003            2004       2005       2006    2007

               Music                                 47              61         92         87      88
                 Jazz Studies                       -               -          -          -         5
                 Music                               27              27         25         24      28
                 Music Business                      20              34         67         63      55
               Theatre & Dance                       44              59         50         44      42
                 Dance                               25              32         31         25      24
                 Theatre                             19              27         19         19      18
             TOTAL FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION        267             304        335        349     362

             OTHER
                American Humanics                   -               -          -            1          4
                Broadcast & Print Media                  4               4          1     -            3
                Cultural Studies                    -               -          -          -       -
                Environmental Studies                16              12             4      10      22
                Film                                -               -          -          -         2
                International Studies                 8               6          6          7       7
                Law & Society                        26              35         49         47      26
                Photography                         -               -            2        -       -
                Pre-Law                              24              26         31         22      17
             TOTAL OTHER                             78              83         93         87      81

             TOTAL MINORS                         3,685           3,842      4,255      4,406   4,245
Enrollment




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Table 26. Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees Conferred by Degree Program,
Race/Ethnicity, Sex, and Student Level, FY2007
                                                                                        Non-
                                                                       Asian    Native Resident               MALE    FEMALE
Undergraduate Degree Program                   White   Black Hispanic American American Alien   Other         TOTAL    TOTAL

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
 B.A. in African American Studies                -           7        -       -       -       -       -           3        4
 B.S. in Biological Sciences                      75         6        -           3   -       -           4      36       52
   B.S. in Biology                                75         6        -           3   -       -           4      36       52
   B.S. in Clinical Laboratory Science           -       -            -       -       -       -       -         -        -
 B.S. in Chemistry                                 6         1            1       1   -       -       -           2        7
 B.A. in English & Journalism                     70         8            2       2   -       -           5      32       55
   B.A. in English                                40         3            1       2   -       -           4      19       31
   B.A. in Journalism                             30         5            1   -       -       -           1      13       24
 B.A. in Foreign Languages & Literature           11         1            3       1   -       -           1       7       10
   B.A. in French                                  3     -            -           1   -       -       -           1        3
   B.A. in Spanish                                 8         1            3   -       -       -           1       6        7
 B.S./B.A. in Geography                            4     -            -       -       -           2   -           4        2
   B.S. in Geography                               3     -            -       -       -       -       -           3      -
   B.A. in Meteorology                             1     -            -       -       -           2   -           1        2
 B.S. in Geology                                   7     -            -       -       -       -           3       8        2
 B.A. in History                                  46         1            1   -       -       -           4      36       16
 B.S. in Mathematics                               8         1        -       -       -       -       -           4        5
 B.A. in Philosophy & Religious Studies            8     -                1   -       -       -           1       7        3
   B.A. in Philosophy                              8     -                1   -       -       -           1       7        3
 B.S. in Physics                                   7         1            1   -       -       -           1       9        1
 B.A. in Political Science                        27     -                1       1   -       -           1      19       11
 B.S. in Psychology                               67         9            4   -       -       -           3      24       59
 B.A in Sociology & Anthropology                  32         6            2       2   -       -           5      18       29
     B.A. in Sociology                            32         6            2       2   -       -           5      18       29
 B.A in Women's Studies                            4     -            -       -       -       -       -         -          4
ARTS & SCIENCES TOTAL                            372      41           16      10     -           2    28       209      260

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
 B.B. in Accountancy                              47         1            2       3       1   -           1      22       33
 B.S. in Agriculture                              83         1        -       -       -       -           5      70       19
 B.S. in Computer Science                         22         2            1       1   -       -       -          24        2
 B.A./B.B. in Economics                           16         1            1   -       -       -           1      16        3
   B.A. in Economics                               7         1        -       -       -       -           1       9      -
   B.B. in Economics                               9     -                1   -       -       -       -           7        3
 B.S. in Engineering Technology                   85         8        -           2   -           1       5      82       19
   B.S. in Construction Management                41         1        -           1   -       -           2      43        2
   B.S. in Graphic Communication                  23         3        -       -       -       -       -          10       16
   B.S. in Industrial Technology                 -       -            -       -       -       -       -         -        -
   B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering Tech         21         4        -           1   -           1       3      29        1
 B.B. in Info Management & Decision Sci.          14     -            -       -       -           1   -          12        3
   B.B. in Information Management                 14     -            -       -       -           1   -          12        3
 B.B. in Management                               79         5            6   -           1       1       8      58       42
   B.B. in Human Resource Management               7     -                1   -       -       -           1       1        8
   B.B. in Management                             72         5            5   -           1       1       7      57       34
 B.B. in Marketing & Finance                     115         6            7   -       -           2       4      82       52
   B.B. in Finance                                51         3            3   -       -           1       3      37       24
   B.B. in Marketing                              55         3            4   -       -       -           1      41       22
   B.B. in Supply Chain Management                 9     -            -       -       -           1   -           4        6
 TOTAL BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY                     461      24           17         6       2       5    24       366      173
                                                                                                                               Degrees Conferred



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
 B.S.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction             171         1            2       1   -       -           3      18      160
   B.S.Ed. in Elementary Education               171         1            2       1   -       -           3      18      160
 B.S. in Dietetics, Fashion Merch., & Hosp.       58         5            2       1   -           1       1       8       60
   B.S. in Family and Consumer Sciences           58         5            2       1   -           1       1       8       60
 B.S.Ed. in Educ & Interdisciplinary Studies     -       -                3   -       -       -       -         -          3
   B.S.Ed. in Bilingual/Bicultural Education     -       -                3   -       -       -       -         -          3
 B.S. in Health Sciences                          11         2        -       -       -       -           1       7        7
   B.S. Community Health                           4     -            -       -       -       -       -           2        2
   B.S. in Health Services Management              7         2        -       -       -       -           1       5        5


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Table 26. Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees Conferred (Continued)
                                                                                          Non-
                                                                         Asian    Native Resident               MALE       FEMALE
Undergraduate Degree Program                    White    Black Hispanic American American Alien   Other         TOTAL       TOTAL

  B.S. in Instructional Design & Technology        12        4          -           1   -           2   -          14           5
  B.S. in Kinesiology                              87      -              2     -       -           2    1         53          39
  B.S. in Law Enforcement & Justice Admin         341       12           18         6       2       1   15        289         106
  B.S. in Recreation, Park & Tourism Admin         87        7            2     -           1       1    6         40          64
  Bacehlor of Social Work                          36        7            2     -       -           1    2          2          46
  B.S.Ed. in Special Education                     33      -            -       -       -       -        1          7          27
  TOTAL EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES                836       38           31         9       3       8   30        438         517

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION
  B.A./B.F.A. in Art                               33          2            3   -           1       1       2      15          27
    B.A. in Art                                    28          2            2   -           1   -           2      13          22
    Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art                    5      -                1   -       -           1   -           2           5
  B.A. in Broadcasting                             48        9              5       1   -           1   -          41          23
  B.A. in Communication                           114       10              2       2       1       1       6      76          60
  B.S. in Communication Sci. & Disorders           18      -            -       -       -       -           1     -            19
  B.A./B.M. in Music                               24      -            -       -           1   -       -           7          18
    B.A. in Music                                  16      -            -       -       -       -       -           4          12
    B.M. in Music                                   8      -            -       -           1   -       -           3           6
  B.F.A./B.A. in Theatre                            7        1              1   -       -       -        3          5           7
    B.F.A. in Musical Theatre                       1      -            -       -       -       -        1          1           1
    B.A. in Theatre                                 6        1           1      -       -       -        2          4           6
TOTAL FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION                   244       22          11          3       3       3   12        144         154

OTHER
   Board of Trustees Bachelor of Arts             137       12              4       1   -       -        15         78         91
   B.A. and B.S. in Individual Studies            -        -            -       -       -       -       -          -          -
   B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies               22        1          -       -       -           1     1         14         11
TOTAL OTHER                                       159       13              4       1   -           1    16         92        102

TOTAL BACHELOR'S DEGREES CONFERRED               2,072    138           79      29          8   19      110      1,249      1,206




Graduate Degree Program

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
  PBC in African American Studies                  -           2        -       -       -       -       -          -           2
    Post-Bacc. Cert in African & Diaspora          -           2        -       -       -       -       -          -           2
  M.S./PBC in Biological Sciences                   19     -                1   -       -       -           1          7      14
    M.S. in Biology                                 11     -            -       -       -       -           1          6       6
    Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Zoology        8     -                1   -       -       -       -              1       8
  M.S. in Chemistry                                  3         1        -       -       -           9   -              6       7
  M.A. in English & Journalism                       6     -                1   -       -           1   -              3       5
    M.A. in English                                  6     -                1   -       -           1   -              3       5
  M.A./PBC in Geography                              7     -            -       -       -           1   -              6       2
    M.A. in Geography                                5     -            -       -       -           1   -              5       1
    Post-Bacc. Certificate in Community Dev.         2     -            -       -       -       -       -              1       1
  M.A. in History                                    7     -            -       -       -       -       -              5       2
  M.S. in Mathematics                                3         1        -       -       -           2   -              4       2
  M.S. in Physics                                  -       -            -       -       -           6   -              5       1
  M.A. in Political Science                          5     -            -       -       -           2   -              5       2
                                                                                                                                    Degrees Conferred



  M.A./M.S./Specialist in Psychology                16         1        -       -       -           1       3          6      15
    M.A. in Gerontology                            -       -            -       -       -       -           1      -           1
    M.S. in Psychology                               9         1        -       -       -           1       1          4       8
    Specialist in School Psychology                  7     -            -       -       -       -           1          2       6
  M.A. in Sociology                                  8         1            1   -       -       -       -              4       6
  PBC in Women's Studies                             1     -            -       -       -       -       -          -           1
TOTAL ARTS & SCIENCES                               75         6            3   -       -        22         4       51        59




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Table 26. Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees Conferred (Continued)
                                                                                             Non-
                                                                            Asian    Native Resident               MALE       FEMALE
Graduate Degree Program                            White    Black Hispanic American American Alien   Other         TOTAL       TOTAL

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
  Master of Accountancy                                8      -            -       -       -        1      -           6          3
  M.S. in Computer Science                            11      -            -       -       -       17          1      25          4
  M.A. in Economics                                    3      -            -       -       -       14      -          11          6
  M.S. in Engineering Technology                       3          1        -       -       -        4      -           5          3
    M.S. in Manufacturing Engineering                  3          1        -       -       -        4      -           5          3
  MBA in Management                                   28          2        -           1   -       12      -          33         10
    Master of Business Administration                 28          2        -           1   -       12      -          33         10
TOTAL BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY                           53          3        -           1   -       48          1      80         26

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
  M.S.Ed./PBC in Counselor Education                  44          2            1   -       -       -           2      12         37
    M.S.Ed. in Counseling                             44          2            1   -       -       -           2      12         37
    Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Counseling
  M.S.Ed. In Curriculum & Instruction                 89          3            1   -       -       -           3          1       95
    M.S.Ed. in Elementary Education                   42          1            1   -       -       -           2      -           46
    M.S.Ed. in Reading                                47          2        -       -       -       -           1       1          49
  M.S./M.S.Ed./M.A.T. in Educ & Interdis. Stu.        33          1            2   -       -           3       3      12          30
    M.S. in College Student Personnel                 13          1            1   -       -           3   -           4          14
    M.S.Ed. In Educ. & Interdisciplinary Studies      16      -                1   -       -       -           1       4          14
    M.A.T. (Secondary Education)                       4      -            -       -       -       -           2       4           2
  M.S.Ed./Ed.S./Ed.D. in Ed. Leadership               41      -            -           1   -       -           4      31          15
    M.S. Ed. in Educational Leadership                31      -            -       -       -       -           4      23          12
    Ed.S. in Educational Leadership                   10      -            -           1   -       -       -           8           3
    Ed.D. in Educational Leadership                  -        -            -       -       -       -       -         -           -
  M.S./PBC in Health Sciences                         19          2        -       -       -           1       2       3          21
    M.S. in Health Education                          17          2        -       -       -           1       2       3          19
    Post-Bacc. Cert. in Health Service Admin.          2      -            -       -       -       -       -         -             2
  M.S./PBC in Instructional Design & Techn.            8      -            -       -       -           1   -           3           6
    M.S. in Instructional Design & Technology          7      -            -       -       -           1   -           2           6
    Post-Bacc. Cert. in Inst. Des. & Tech.             1      -            -       -       -       -       -           1         -
  M.S. in Kinesiology                                 28          1            1   -       -           3   -          21          12
    M.S. in Kinesiology (Physical Education)          10      -            -       -       -           2   -           8           4
    M.S. in Sport Management                          18        1              1   -       -           1   -          13           8
  M.A./PBC in Law Enforce. & Justice Admin.           26       10              1   -       -       -           2      21          18
    M.A. in Law Enforcement and Justice Admin         23        7              1   -       -       -           2      17          16
    Post-Bacc. Certificate in Police Exec              3        3          -       -       -       -       -           4           2
  M.S. in Recreation, Park & Tourism Admin            11      -            -           1   -           1    1          7           7
  M.S.Ed. in Special Education                        12      -            -       -       -       -        1          3          10
TOTAL EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES                     311       19              6       2   -           9   18        114         251

FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION
  M.A. in Communication                                4      -            -       -       -       -       -          -           4
  M.S. in Communication Sci. & Disorders              17      -            -       -       -           1   -          -          18
  M.A. in Music                                       11      -            -       -       -           3       2       8          8
  M.F.A. in Theatre                                    5      -                1   -       -       -       -           5          1
TOTAL FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION                       37      -                1   -       -           4       2      13         31

TOTAL GRADUATE DEGREES CONFERRED                     476      28           10          3   -       83      25        258         367

GRAND TOTAL DEGREES CONFERRED                       2,548    166           89      32          8   102     135      1,507      1,573
                                                                                                                                       Degrees Conferred




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Table 27. Undergraduate Degrees Conferred by College, Department, and Major,
FY2003-2007

College/Major                                     2003            2004       2005       2006       2007

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
  African American Studies                          -                    3          5          1          7
  Biological Sciences                                   47              62         82         90         88
    Biology                                             45              62         78         89         88
    Clinical Laboratory Science                          2          -               4          1     -
  Chemistry                                              5               7          4          8          9
    Chemistry                                            5               7          4          8          9
    Forensic Chemistry                              -               -          -          -          -
  English & Journalism                                  81           84         70         77         87
    English                                             53           60         46         56         50
    Journalism                                          28           24         24         21         37
  Foreign Languages & Literature                        12           14          8         12         17
    French                                               3            1          2          3          4
    Spanish                                              9           13          6          9         13
  Geography                                             10            6          7          1          3
  Geology                                                6            4          5          9         13
    Geology                                              6            3          4          5         10
    Meteorology                                     -                 1          1          4          3
  History                                            39              53         47         57         52
  Mathematics                                         9              13          9         15          9
  Philosophy & Religious Studies                      6               5          3          9         10
  Physics                                             3               6          8          3         10
  Political Science                                  41              35         32         31         30
  Psychology                                        110             101        105        120         83
  Sociology                                          38              42         45         44         47
  Women's Studies                                     4               3          6          4          4
TOTAL ARTS & SCIENCES                               411             438        436        481        469

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
  Accountancy                                           56              47       49           40       55
  Agriculture                                           93              79       82           63       89
  Computer Science                                      61              50       57           40       26
  Economics                                             24              22       16           15       19
    Economics (B.A.)                                    16              11        6            4        9
    Economics                                            8              11       10           11       10
  Engineering Technology                                70              86     100            88     101
    Construction Management                         -               -            10           30       45
    Graphic Communication                               10            21         32           30       26
    Industrial Education                            -                  3       -          -          -
    Industrial Technology                             11               3       -            1        -
    Manufacturing Engineering Technology              49              59         58        27          30
  Information Management & Decision Sci.              44              37         23        15          15
  Management                                          79              93         92       115        100
    Human Resource Management                         10              14         10        14           9
    Management                                        69              79         82       101          91
  Marketing & Finance                               113             120        121        126        134
    Finance                                           46              40         53        50          61
    Marketing                                         67              80         68        71          63
    Supply Chain Management                         -               -          -            5          10
TOTAL BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY                         540             534        540        502        539
                                                                                                              Degrees Conferred



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
 Curriculum & Instruction                           231             167        188        153        178
   Elementary Education                             231             167        188        153        178
 Dietetics, Fashion Merchandising & Hospitality      40              46         67         73         68
   Family & Consumer Sciences                        40              46         67         73         68
 Educational & Interdisciplinary Studies              3               6          2          4          3
   Bilingual/Bicultural Education                     3               6          2          4          3
 Health Sciences                                      9              19         21         20         14
   Community Health                                   6               6         14         16          4
   Health Services Management                         3              13          7          4         10
  Instructional Design & Technology                  28                 35         21         28         19
  Kinesiology                                       103                 69         83         71         92



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Table 27. Undergraduate Degrees Conferred (Continued)

College/Major                            2003          2004     2005       2006    2007

  Law Enforcement & Justice Admin.         281           315      306        306     395
  Recreation, Park & Tourism Admin.         80           107       81         96     104
  Social Work                               32            36       28         47      48
  Special Education                         74            23       21         30      34
TOTAL EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES           881           823      818        828     955

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION
  Art                                        32            44         35      33      42
    Art                                      29            33         29      29      35
    Art (BFA)                                 3            11          6       4       7
  Broadcasting                               30            41         38      48      64
  Communication                            157           132          97     106     136
  Communication Sci. & Disorders             19            23         15      16      19
  Music                                      32            25         35      28      25
    Music (BA)                               32            25         35      23      16
    Music (BM)                             -             -        -            5       9
  Theatre                                     9             7      16          8      12
    Musical Theatre                        -             -          1          1       2
    Theatre (BA)                              9             7      16          8      10
TOTAL FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION            279           272      236        239     298

OTHER
   Board of Trustees B.A.                  259           259      299        208     169
   Interdisciplinary Studies                44            47       46         26      25
TOTAL OTHER                                303           306      345        234     194

UNDERGRADUATE TOTAL                       2,414        2,373    2,375      2,284   2,455




                                                                                           Degrees Conferred




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                    Table 28. Graduate Degrees Conferred by College, Department, and Major, FY2003-2007

                    College/Major                                                  2003       2004    2005    2006    2007

                    COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
                      African American Studies                                          -       -       -       -         2
                        Post-Baccalaureate Cert. in African and Diaspora Studies        -       -       -       -         2
                      Biological Sciences                                                13      19      22      16      21
                        Biology                                                          13      15      15      13      12
                        Post-Baccalaureate Cert. in Zoology & Aquarium Studies          -         4       7       3       9
                      Chemistry                                                           3       5       3       7      13
                      Economics                                                          14      24      12      15      17
                      English & Journalism                                               12      18      21      14       8
                        English                                                          12      18      21      14       8
                      Geography                                                          12      17       8       5       8
                        Geography                                                         9      12       7       2       6
                        Post-Baccalaureate Cert. in Community Development                 3       5       1       3       2
                      History                                                             6       8      14      13       7
                      Mathematics                                                         4       8       4       2       6
                      Physics                                                             3       7       5       2       6
                      Political Science                                                   3       3       4       5       7
                      Psychology                                                         16      24      22      17      21
                        Gerontology                                                       3       3       1     -         1
                        Psychology                                                        7      13      11      10      12
                        School Psychology                                                 6       8      10       7       8
                      Sociology                                                          14       7      13      13      10
                      Women's Studies                                                   -       -       -       -         1
                        Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Women's Studies               -       -       -       -         1
                    TOTAL ARTS & SCIENCES                                               100     140     128     109     127

                    COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
                      Accountancy                                                        5        5      15       2       9
                      Computer Science                                                  23       27      18      22      29
                      Engineering Technology                                             7       13       5       9       8
                        Manufacturing Engineering Systems                                7       13       5       9       8
                      Management                                                        63       90      64      48      43
                        Business Administration                                         63       90      64      48      43
                    TOTAL BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY                                         98      135     102      81      89

                    COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
                     Counselor Education                                                 68      32      35      37      49
                       Counseling                                                        68      32      35      35      49
                       Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Counseling                     -       -       -         2     -
                     Curriculum & Instruction                                            88      79     106      63      96
                       Elementary Education                                              56      39      65      21      46
                       Reading                                                           32      40      41      42      50
                     Educ & Interdisciplinary Studies                                    63      58      61      49      42
                       College Student Personnel                                         21      19      24      18      18
                       Educational & Interdisciplinary Studies                           32      31      30      25      18
                       Secondary Education                                               10       8       7       6       6
                     Educational Leadership                                             133      84      72      49      46
                       Educational Leadership                                           121      64      51      38      35
                       Educational Leadership Specialist                                 12      20      21      11      11
                     Health Services                                                     17      19      14      13      24
                       Community Health                                                 -       -       -       -
                       Health Education                                                  17      19      14      13      22
                       Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Health Serv. Admin.            -       -       -       -         2
Degrees Conferred




                     Instructional Design & Technology                                   51      30      26      28       9
                       Instructional Design & Technology                                 51      30      26      28       8
                       Post-Baccalaureate Cert. in Instructional Design & Tech          -       -       -       -         1
                     Kinesiology                                                         31      32      43      38      33
                       Kinesiology                                                       31      32      43      19      12
                       Sport Management                                                 -       -       -        19      21




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Table 28. Graduate Degrees Conferred (Continued)

College/Major                                             2003      2004    2005    2006    2007

  Law Enforcement & Justice Administration                   35        34      31      32      39
    Law Enforcement & Justice Administration                 21        27      21      25      33
    Post-Baccalaureate Cert. in Police Executive Admin.      14         7      10       7       6
  Recreation, Park & Tourism Administration                  21        14      13      20      14
  Special Education                                          22        13      12      10      13
TOTAL EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES                            529       395     413     339     365

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION
  Communication                                                 5       8       6       4       4
  Communication Sciences & Disorders                           17      19      13      15      18
  Music                                                         8       6      12       6      16
  Theatre                                                       6       5      10       5       6
TOTAL FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION                                36      38      41      30      44


TOTAL GRADUATE DEGREES CONFERRED                            763       708     684     559     625




                                                                                                    Degrees Conferred




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Table 29. Total Student Credit Hour Production by College and Department,




                                                                                                                                     Other Student Information
FY 2006 and 2007
                                                FY2006                                           FY2007                   Percent
                                          Quad                                             Quad                           Change
                              Macomb      Cities   Extension      Total       Macomb       Cities   Extension    Total    2006-07

ARTS AND SCIENCES
Afri-Am Studies                 2,802         57         297      3,156         2,757         81         456      3,294      4.37
Biological Sci                 11,945        218         555     12,718        11,759        202         657     12,618    (0.79)
Chemistry                       5,171          -           -      5,171         4,988          -           -      4,988    (3.54)
Eng & Journalism               22,093        180         652     22,925        22,060        279         402     22,741    (0.80)
Foreign Lang & Lit              3,837          -         766      4,603         3,324          -       1,217      4,541    (1.35)
Geography                       7,744         39         591      8,374         8,474         36         553      9,063      8.23
Geology                         3,486         38         160      3,684         3,405          -         330      3,735      1.38
History                         9,784         81         392     10,257         9,308         27         307      9,642    (6.00)
Mathematics                    21,970        303         639     22,912        21,863        291         709     22,863    (0.21)
Phil & Rel Studies              5,908         51         360      6,319         5,318         21         309      5,648   (10.62)
Physics                         4,930          -           -      4,930         3,620          -           -      3,620   (26.57)
Political Science               6,946          -         124      7,070         7,567          -          93      7,660      8.35
Psychology                     13,038         27         379     13,444        12,578        135         450     13,163    (2.09)
Sociology/Anthropology         14,790        467         447     15,704        14,348        782         519     15,649    (0.35)
Women's Studies                 4,519         75         300      4,894         4,526         84         192      4,802    (1.88)
Total                         138,963      1,536       5,662    146,161       135,895      1,938       6,194    144,027    (1.46)


BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
Accountancy                     4,809        947         111      5,867         4,705        962          33      5,700    (2.85)
Agriculture                     6,045          -         261      6,306         6,303          -         220      6,523      3.44
Computer Science                9,914        113          87     10,114         9,391         91          81      9,563    (5.45)
Economics                       6,173        357         229      6,759         6,160        339         117      6,616    (2.12)
Engineering Technology          5,304        457         225      5,986         6,552        277         295      7,124    19.01
Info Mgt & Decision Sci         4,053        921          39      5,013         4,484        825          51      5,360      6.92
Management                     10,857      1,890       1,461     14,208        10,428      2,052       1,365     13,845    (2.55)
Marketing & Finance             8,963      1,638         858     11,459         9,408      1,542         681     11,631      1.50
Total                          56,118      6,323       3,271     65,712        57,431      6,088       2,843     66,362      0.99

EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
Counselor Education              195       2,327           -      2,522           230      2,069           -      2,299    (8.84)
Curriculum & Instruction       7,230       2,694       2,366     12,290         7,521      2,572       2,552     12,645      2.89
Dietetics, Fashion Merch.      8,989          20         237      9,246         8,901         82         503      9,486       2.60
Ed & Interdiscplinary Studies  6,814       1,291         583      8,688         7,103      1,014         506      8,623    (0.75)
Educational Leadership         3,404       1,995       1,805      7,204         4,057      2,831       1,664      8,552    18.71
Health Sciences                7,249         210         370      7,829         6,917        273         604      7,794    (0.45)
Instr Design & Tech.           2,174         174       1,351      3,699         2,104        126       1,458      3,688    (0.30)
Kinesiology                   12,787          66         134     12,987        12,676        118         161     12,955    (0.25)

Law Enforce & Justice Admin    19,282      1,386       1,962     22,630        21,464      1,212       1,699     24,375      7.71
Military Science*               1,048          -           -      1,048           853          -           -        853   (18.61)
Rec, Park & Tour Adm            9,346        662         282     10,290         9,134        609         347     10,090    (1.94)
Social Work                     3,256          -           -      3,256         3,106          -          66      3,172    (2.58)
Special Education               2,965        951           -      3,916         2,996        897          72      3,965      1.25
Total                          83,691     11,776       9,090    104,557        86,209     11,803       9,632    107,644      2.95

FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION
Art                         5,218              6          55      5,279         5,076          -         223      5,299      0.38
Broadcasting                3,876             -          339      4,215         3,714          -         264      3,978         -
Communication              12,386             -          261     12,647        10,313        249         306     10,868   (14.07)
Communication Sci. & Dis**      -             -            -          -         2,746          -           -      2,746      0.00
School of Music             7,870             -             6     7,876         9,191          -           -      9,191     16.70
Theatre and Dance           5,074             -          179      5,253         4,698          -         113      4,811    (8.41)
Total                      34,424              6         840     35,270        35,738        249         906     36,893      4.60

TOTALS                        313,196     19,641      18,863    351,700       315,273     20,078      19,575    354,926     0.92

*Student Credit Hour data reported but not included in totals.
**Beginning fall 2006, new department Communication Sciences and Disorders (previously part of Communication)
NOTE: Percentages may not add to total due to rounding.




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                            Table 30. Undergraduate Class Size, Fall 2006 and Fall 2007
Other Student Information




                                                                                        Fall 2006                                  Fall 2007
                                                                                               Average   Change                           Average   Change
                                                                          Total      Total      Class     from       Total      Total      Class     from
                                                                         Students   Classes     Size      2005      Students   Classes     Size      2006
                            ARTS & SCIENCES
                            African American Studies                         498        23        21.7       0.2        509        21        24.2      2.5
                            Biological Sciences                            1,853        72        25.7       2.0      1,798        82        21.9     (3.8)
                            Chemistry                                        681        16        42.6       0.4        709        16        44.3      1.7
                            English & Journalism                           3,884       186        20.9       0.4      3,660       184        19.9     (1.0)
                            Foreign Languages & Literature                   635        63        10.1      (4.2)       577        41        14.1      4.0
                            Geography                                      1,284        36        35.7       2.9      1,201        36        33.4     (2.3)
                            Geology                                          528        19        27.8      (4.5)       492        18        27.3     (0.5)
                            History                                        1,622        51        31.8       0.1      1,505        57        26.4     (5.4)
                            Mathematics                                    3,617       129        28.0       0.2      3,422       126        27.2     (0.8)
                            Philosophy & Religious Studies                   956        34        28.1      (3.2)       821        32        25.7     (2.4)
                            Physics                                          517        22        23.5     (16.0)       593        19        31.2      7.7
                            Political Science                              1,206        35        34.5       5.8      1,356        46        29.5     (5.0)
                            Psychology                                     2,332        58        40.2       2.2      2,452        68        36.1     (4.1)
                            Sociology/Anthropology                         2,592        70        37.0       1.6      2,576        70        36.8     (0.2)
                            Women's Studies                                  731        25        29.2       2.2        719        29        24.8     (4.4)
                            Arts & Sciences                                   11         2         5.5     (18.8)        18         1        18.0     12.5
                            General Honors                                   197        12        16.4       2.0        187        13        14.4     (2.0)
                            Total                                         23,144       853        27.1      (0.1)    22,595       859        26.3     (0.8)

                            BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
                            Accountancy                                      878        35        25.1      (1.3)       898        36        24.9      (0.2)
                            Agriculture                                    1,070        50        21.4       1.1      1,043        53        19.7      (1.7)
                            Computer Science                               1,582        74        21.4       1.2      1,590        71        22.4       1.0
                            Economics                                      1,033        39        26.5       0.4        929        39        23.8      (2.7)
                            Engineering Technology                           831        44        18.9       0.9        907        55        16.5      (2.4)
                            Info Mgt & Decision Sci                          856        46        18.6       0.5        794        46        17.3      (1.3)
                            Management                                     2,099        58        36.2       1.6      2,083        63        33.1      (3.1)
                            Marketing & Finance                            1,755        66        26.6      (2.4)     1,792        63        28.4       1.8
                            Total                                         10,104       412        24.5       0.3     10,036       426        23.6      (0.9)

                            EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
                            Counselor Education                               35         1        35.0       2.0         35         1        35.0       -
                            Curriculum & Instruction                       2,122        98        21.7      (0.2)     2,058        99        20.8      (0.9)
                            Dietetics, Fashion Merch. & Hosp.              1,722        74        23.3      (4.7)     1,740        61        28.5       5.2
                            Ed & Interdisciplinary Studies                 1,183        43        27.5       1.4      1,092        47        23.2      (4.3)
                            Educational Leadership                           515        14        36.8       0.6        507        13        39.0       2.2
                            Health Sciences                                1,516        53        28.6      (3.2)     1,609        55        29.3       0.7
                            Instructional Design & Technology                425        25        17.0      (1.3)       375        23        16.3      (0.7)
                            Kinesiology                                    3,919       150        26.1       1.3      3,530       146        24.2      (1.9)
                            Law Enforcemennt & Justice Admin.              3,057       100        30.6      (2.2)     2,926       101        29.0      (1.6)
                            Military Science*                                404        20        20.2     (17.7)       405        21        19.3      (0.9)
                            Recreation, Park & Tour Admin.                 1,581        62        25.5      (1.7)     1,560        60        26.0       0.5
                            Social Work                                      505        21        24.0      (0.9)       470        27        17.4      (6.6)
                            Special Education                                579        25        23.2      (3.5)       597        30        19.9      (3.3)
                            College of Education                               -         -         0.0       0.0          4         4         1.0       1.0
                            Total                                         17,159       666        25.8      (1.0)    16,503       667        24.7      (1.1)

                            FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION
                            Art                                              861        63        13.7      (1.7)       895        70        12.8      (0.9)
                            Broadcasting                                     660        33        20.0      (0.3)       689        32        21.5       1.5
                            Communication                                  1,621        68        23.8      (0.0)     1,654        69        24.0       0.2
                            Communication Sciences & Disorders               284        12        23.7       0.0        255        12        21.3      (2.4)
                            School of Music                                2,325       151        15.4       0.7      2,398       156        15.4       0.0
                            Theatre & Dance                                  846        52        16.3      (3.1)       822        50        16.4       0.1
                            Total                                          6,597       379        17.4      (0.5)     6,713       389        17.3      (0.1)

                            University Courses                               311        29        10.7       0.4        585        52        11.3      0.6

                            UNIVERSITY TOTALS                             57,315     2,339        24.5      (0.4)    56,432     2,393        23.6      (0.9)

                            *Data reported but not included in totals.



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Table 31. Graduate Class Size, Fall 2006 and Fall 2007




                                                                                                                              Other Student Information
                                                     Fall 2006                                    Fall 2007
                                                           Average   Change                             Average   Change
                                     Total      Total       Class     from       Total      Total        Class     from
                                    Students   Classes       Size     2005      Students   Classes       Size      2006

ARTS & SCIENCES
African American Studies                  5         3         1.7        -            8         3          2.7         1.0
Biological Sciences                     110        12         9.2        1.3        135        17          7.9        (1.3)
Chemistry                                71         5        14.2       (3.1)        70         5         14.0        (0.2)
English                                  65         6        10.8        2.3         50         6          8.3        (2.5)
Geography                                29         3         9.7        0.7         24         4          6.0        (3.7)
History                                  50         5        10.0       (1.3)        61         5         12.2         2.2
Mathematics                              15         3         5.0        2.7         49         6          8.2         3.2
Physics                                  13         3         4.3       (3.9)        40         3         13.3         9.0
Political Science                        41         3        13.7        3.7         34         5          6.8        (6.9)
Psychology                              175        17        10.3        0.5        171        18          9.5        (0.8)
Sociology/Anthropology                   63         8         7.9       (0.8)        49         5          9.8         1.9
Women's Studies                           5         1         5.0        5.0          6         2          3.0        (2.0)
Total                                   642        69         9.3        0.2        697        79          8.8        (0.5)

BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
Accountancy                              54         6         9.0        3.0         41         4         10.3         1.3
Agriculture                              14         2         7.0       (7.0)         1         1          1.0        (6.0)
Computer Science                        165         9        18.3        2.4        178         9         19.8         1.5
Economics                               119         9        13.2        3.0         90         9         10.0        (3.2)
Engineering Technology                   54         3        18.0       11.3         29         2         14.5        (3.5)
Info Mgt & Decision Sciences             13         2         6.5       (1.0)         6         2          3.0        (3.5)
Management                               99         8        12.4        0.8         81         6         13.5         1.1
Marketing & Finance                     133        11        12.1       (1.8)       136         8         17.0         4.9
Total                                   651        50        13.0        1.6        562        41         13.7         0.7

EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
Counselor Education                     176         9        19.6        1.3        142         9         15.8        (3.8)
Curriculum & Instruction                343        16        21.4        2.4        343        16         21.4        (0.0)
Ed & Interdiscip. Studies               299        20        15.0       (1.4)       348        21         16.6         1.7
Educational Leadership                  514        27        19.0        0.9        569        38         15.0        (4.0)
Health Sciences                          89         9         9.9       (4.4)        93        11          8.5        (1.4)
Instructional Design & Technology       198        15        13.2       (5.9)       224        15         14.9         1.7
Kinesiology                             197        19        10.4        1.1        258        19         13.6         3.2
Law Enforcement & Justice Admin.        137         9        15.2       (1.2)       162        10         16.2         1.0
Recreation, Park & Tourism Admin.        42         2        21.0        3.0         36         2         18.0        (3.0)
Special Education                       138         8        17.3        6.7        101         7         14.4        (2.9)
Total                                 2,133       134        15.9        0.1      2,276       148         15.4        (0.5)

FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION
Communication                            40         4        10.0       (6.0)        38         4          9.5        (0.5)
Communication Sci. & Disorders          262        11        23.8        -          270        12         22.5        (1.3)
Music                                    75         8         9.4       (2.3)        83        10          8.3        (1.1)
Theatre & Dance                          80        13         6.2        1.1        101        13          7.8         1.6
Total                                   457        36        12.7        1.5        492        39         12.6        (0.1)

University Courses                        6         2          3.0       -            2          2         1.0        (2.0)

UNIVERSITY TOTALS                     3,889       291        13.4        0.6      4,029       309         13.0        (0.4)




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                            Table 32. Retention and Graduation Rates of New Freshmen by Sex, Fall 2000-2006
Other Student Information




                                                                                                    Continuation Rates %             Cumulative Graduation Rates and Continuation Rates %
                                                                                        Number     Continued    Continued       Graduated Continued Graduated Continued Graduated
                                                                                        Enrolled   to 2nd Yr     to 3rd Yr       in 4 Yrs     to 5th Yr    in 5 Yrs    to 6th Yr     in 6 Yrs
                             Year
                            Enrolled

                             2000                                             Male          862       74.0%           63.0%           28.1%     26.8%        47.3%         6.3%        52.2%
                                                                              Female        904       76.3%           65.8%           34.5%     22.2%        55.1%         4.3%        58.4%
                                                                              Total       1,766       75.2%           64.4%           31.4%     24.5%        51.1%         5.3%        55.7%

                             2001                                             Male          843       75.0%           63.9%           28.8%     24.8%        46.9%         6.5%        52.2%
                                                                              Female        836       77.8%           68.8%           37.3%     23.2%        57.3%         3.2%        60.6%
                                                                              Total       1,679       76.4%           66.3%           33.1%     24.0%        52.5%         4.9%        ₋
                                                                                                                                                                                       56.6%
                                                                                                                                                                                       ₋
                             2002                                             Male          976       75.2%           65.0%           28.7%     29.2%        45.8%         8.9%        ₋
                                                                              Female        941       77.2%           66.5%           36.0%     23.8%        55.5%         3.1%
                                                                              Total       1,917       76.2%           65.7%           32.8%     26.6%        ₋
                                                                                                                                                             50.5%        ₋6.1%        ₋
                                                                                                                                                             ₋            ₋            ₋
                             2003                                             Male          997       76.7%           67.3%           32.1%     28.0%        ₋            ₋            ₋
                                                                              Female        939       78.2%           70.4%           37.6%     26.1%
                                                                              Total       1,936       77.4%           68.8%           ₋
                                                                                                                                      34.7%      ₋
                                                                                                                                                27.1%         ₋           ₋            ₋
                                                                                                                                      ₋          ₋            ₋           ₋            ₋
                             2004                                             Male        1,044       79.2%           65.8%           ₋          ₋            ₋           ₋            ₋
                                                                              Female      1,028       79.0%           70.3%
                                                                              Total       2,072       79.1%           68.0%           ₋          ₋            ₋           ₋            ₋
                                                                                                                                      ₋          ₋            ₋           ₋            ₋
                             2005                                             Male          920       73.9%           62.9%           ₋          ₋            ₋           ₋            ₋
                                                                              Female        885       71.2%           61.0%
                                                                              Total       1,805       72.6%           62.0%
                                                                                                                       ₋              ₋          ₋            ₋           ₋            ₋
                                                                                                                      ₋               ₋          ₋            ₋           ₋            ₋
                             2006                                             Male       1,004        73.2%           ₋               ₋          ₋            ₋           ₋            ₋
                                                                              Female      909         71.4%
                                                                              Total      1,913        72.3%




                                                                              Figure 6. Four- and Six-Year Graduation Rates of New Freshmen by
                                                                                                     Sex, Fall 2001 Cohort

                                                                                 Male (n=843)                 28.8%
                             Freshmen Starting Fall 2001 (n=1679)

                                                                    4 Years




                                                                               Female (n=836)                     37.3%



                                                                                Total (n=1679)                  33.1%



                                                                                 Male (n=843)                                 52.2%
                                                                    6 Years




                                                                               Female (n=836)                                       60.6%



                                                                                Total (n=1679)                                  56.6%




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Table 33. Retention and Graduation Rates of New Freshman by Ethnicity,




                                                                                                                                               Other Student Information
Fall 2000-2006
                                                  Continuation Rates %             Cumulative Graduation Rates and Continuation Rates %
                                   Number        Continued    Continued       Graduated Continued Graduated Continued Graduated
 Year                              Enrolled      to 2nd Yr     to 3rd Yr       in 4 Yrs     to 5th Yr    in 5 Yrs    to 6th Yr      in 6 Yrs
Enrolled

  2000       White                     1,492         76.2%         65.4%           33.3%      23.5%        52.9%          4.9%       56.6%
             Black                       135         63.7%         54.1%           16.3%      27.4%        34.8%          8.1%       39.3%
             Hispanic                     63         73.0%         66.7%           22.2%      38.1%        55.6%          6.3%       61.9%
             Asian American               17         70.6%         47.1%           23.5%      17.6%        35.3%          5.9%       47.1%
             Native American               2         50.0%         50.0%           50.0%       0.0%        50.0%          0.0%       50.0%
             Non-Resident Alien           21         81.0%         61.9%           23.8%      28.6%        52.4%          4.8%       57.1%
             Total                     1,766         75.2%         64.4%           31.4%      24.5%        51.1%          5.3%       55.7%

  2001       White                     1,459         76.7%         67.4%           34.3%      23.6%        53.5%         4.5%        57.8%
             Black                       125         72.8%         56.8%           14.4%      34.4%        36.8%         8.8%        44.0%
             Hispanic                     35         88.6%         74.3%           42.9%      25.7%        60.0%         2.9%        62.9%
             Asian American               26         61.5%         50.0%           26.9%      11.5%        38.5%         7.7%        46.2%
             Native American               1        100.0%        100.0%            0.0%       0.0%         0.0%       100.0%         0.0%
             Non-Resident Alien           18         94.4%         77.8%           55.6%       5.6%        55.6%         5.6%        61.1%
             Total                     1,679         76.4%         66.3%           33.1%      24.0%        52.5%         4.9%        56.6%
                                                                                                                                      ₋
                                                                                                                                      ₋
  2002       White                     1,637         77.0%         66.8%           33.6%      26.6%        52.2%          6.0%        ₋
             Black                       137         69.3%         59.1%           21.9%      27.7%        39.4%          5.8%        ₋
             Hispanic                     68         69.1%         57.4%           25.0%      23.5%        39.7%          7.4%        ₋
             Asian American               21         66.7%         52.4%           19.0%      38.1%        47.6%          4.8%        ₋
             Native American               4         25.0%          0.0%            0.0%       0.0%         0.0%          0.0%        ₋
             Non-Resident Alien           14        100.0%         85.7%           64.3%       7.1%        64.3%          0.0%
             Total                     1,917         76.2%         65.7%           32.8%      26.6%        50.5%          6.1%
                                                                                                            ₋            ₋            ₋
                                                                                                            ₋            ₋            ₋
  2003       White                     1,606         78.8%         70.8%           37.2%      27.0%         ₋            ₋            ₋
             Black                       135         67.4%         58.5%           16.3%      30.4%         ₋            ₋            ₋
             Hispanic                     69         69.6%         55.1%           23.9%      26.8%         ₋            ₋            ₋
             Asian American               40         65.0%         57.5%           22.5%      25.0%         ₋            ₋            ₋
             Native American               8         75.0%         37.5%           25.0%      12.5%         ₋            ₋            ₋
             Non-Resident Alien           15         86.7%         66.7%           33.0%      20.0%
             Total                     1,936         77.4%         68.8%           34.7%      27.1%
                                                                                    ₋          ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
                                                                                    ₋          ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
  2004       White                     1,676         80.1%         70.1%            ₋          ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
             Black                       153         69.3%         52.3%            ₋          ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
             Hispanic                     90         73.3%         61.1%            ₋          ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
             Asian American               33         90.9%         60.6%            ₋          ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
             Native American               6          0.0%          0.0%            ₋          ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
             Non-Resident Alien           15         93.3%         86.7%
             Total                     2,072         79.1%         68.0%
                                                                                   ₋           ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
                                                                                   ₋           ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
  2005       White                     1,451         73.1%         63.1%           ₋           ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
             Black                       142         71.1%         54.2%           ₋           ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
             Hispanic                     76         65.8%         56.6%           ₋           ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
             Asian American               26         76.9%         61.5%           ₋           ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
             Native American               8         62.5%         37.5%           ₋           ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
             Non-Resident Alien           11         90.9%         63.6%
             Total                     1,805         72.6%         62.0%
                                                                    ₋              ₋           ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
                                                                    ₋              ₋           ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
  2006       White                     1,564         72.5%          ₋              ₋           ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
             Black                       140         69.3%          ₋              ₋           ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
             Hispanic                     81         74.1%          ₋              ₋           ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
             Asian American               28         75.0%          ₋              ₋           ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
             Native American              14         42.9%          ₋              ₋           ₋            ₋            ₋            ₋
             Non-Resident Alien           17         88.2%
             Total                     1,913         72.3%

Note: Other/Unknown ethnic group is not included in breakdown, but is included in total.



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                            Table 34. Retention of New Freshmen by Race/Ethnicity and Sex, Fall 2006 to Fall 2007
Other Student Information




                                                                       Returning Fall 2007               Non-Returning Fall 2007    Total Non-Ret. Fall 2007
                                                                                         Percent                     Academic
                                                   Fall 2006                            Retained           Good      Probation/
                                                   Enrolled        Number   Percent       Major          Standing Suspension          Number      Percent

                            White       Male            813             586        72.1          57.1           94          133            227        27.9
                                        Female          751             548        73.0          52.2          117           86            203        27.0
                                        Total         1,564           1,134        72.5          54.7          211          219            430        27.5

                            Black       Male             74              55        74.3          63.5               5        14             19        25.7
                                        Female           66              42        63.6          45.5              12        12             24        36.4
                                        Total           140              97        69.3          55.0              17        26             43        30.7

                            Hispanic    Male             47              40        85.1          72.3               4           3            7        14.9
                                        Female           34              20        58.8          41.2               8           6           14        41.2
                                        Total            81              60        74.1          59.3              12           9           21        25.9

                            Asian/      Male             13              12        92.3          84.6                  1    -                1         7.7
                            American    Female           15               9        60.0          40.0                  1        5            6        40.0
                                        Total            28              21        75.0          60.7                  2        5            7        25.0

                            American    Male              5               2        40.0          40.0                  2        1            3        60.0
                            Indian      Female            9               4        44.4          44.4                  3        2            5        55.6
                                        Total            14               6        42.9          42.9                  5        3            8        57.1

                            Other       Male             40              30        75.0          57.5               4           6           10        25.0
                                        Female           31              22        71.0          54.8               6           3            9        29.0
                                        Total            71              52        73.2          56.3              10           9           19        26.8

                            Foreign     Male             12              11        91.7          66.7                  1    -                1         8.3
                                        Female            5               4        80.0          60.0              -            1            1        20.0
                                        Total            17              15        88.2          64.7                  1        1            2        11.8


                            GRAND TOTAL               1,915           1,385        72.3          55.1          258          272            530        27.7


                            NOTE: Includes summer matriculants, excludes "no shows" and active veteran students.




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Table 35. New Freshmen Fall to Fall Retention by Major, Fall 2006 to Fall 2007




                                                                                                                                Other Student Information
                                                            Returning Students                      Non-Returning
                                          Enrolled              Fall 2007                             Fall 2007
                                            Fall     Retained   Changed                 Left in Good      Left in
                                           2006       Major       Major     Total (%)    Standing      Prob/Susp    Total (%)

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
 African American Studies                    -           -           -           -              -            -          -
 Biological Sciences                          97          43          26        71.1             12           16       28.9
   Biology                                    49          21          15        73.5              6            7       26.5
   Clinical Laboratory Science                 1         -           -           -                1          -        100.0
   Pre-Dentistry                               2         -           -           -                1            1      100.0
   Pre-Medicine (also Chemistry Dept.)        15           6           4        66.7              3            2       33.3
   Pre-Nursing                                14           7           1        57.1            -              6       42.9
   Pre-Optometry                               1         -             1       100.0            -            -          -
   Pre-Physical Therapy                       15           9           5        93.3              1          -          6.7
 Chemistry                                    38          14          12        68.4              5            7       31.6
   Chemistry                                   9           3           4        77.8              1            1       22.2
   Forensic Chemistry                         20           7           6        65.0              4            3       35.0
   Pre-Chemical Engineering                    2           1         -          50.0            -              1       50.0
   Pre-Pharmacy                                7           3           2        71.4            -              2       28.6
 English & Journalism                         45          23           7        66.7             12            3       33.3
   English                                    29          18           3        72.4              7            1       27.6
   Journalism                                 16           5           4        56.3              5            2       43.8
 Foreign Languages & Literature                7           4           2        85.7              1          -         14.3
   French                                    -           -           -           -              -            -          -
   Spanish                                     7           4           2        85.7              1          -         14.3
 Geography                                    15           9           2        73.3              1            3       26.7
   Geography                                 -           -           -           -              -            -          -
   Meteorology                                15           9           2        73.3              1            3       26.7
 Geology                                       3           1           1        66.7            -              1       33.3
 History                                      37          22           6        75.7              3            6       24.3
 Mathematics                                   9           7           1        88.9            -              1       11.1
 Philosophy & Religious Studies                2         -           -           -                1            1      100.0
   Philosophy                                  2         -           -           -                1            1      100.0
 Physics                                      16           8           2        62.5              3            3       37.5
   Physics                                     1           1         -         100.0            -            -          -
   Pre-Architecture                            3           1         -          33.3              1            1       66.7
   Pre-Engineering                            12           6           2        66.7              2            2       33.3
 Political Science                            26          15           3        69.2              3            5       30.8
 Psychology                                   63          29          10        61.9             13           11       38.1
 Sociology & Anthropology                      8           4         -          50.0              1            3       50.0
   Sociology                                   8           4         -          50.0              1            3       50.0
 Women's Studies                             -           -           -           -              -            -          -
TOTAL ARTS AND SCIENCES                      366         179          72        68.6             55           60       31.4

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
 Accountancy                                   67         31          15        68.7                8         13       31.3
   Accountancy                                  1        -           -           -              -              1      100.0
   Pre-Accountancy                             66         31          15        69.7                8         12       30.3
 Agricultural Sciences                         34         22           5        79.4                3          4       20.6
   Agriculture                                 26         20           3        88.5                1          2       11.5
   Pre-Agricultural Engineering                 1        -             1       100.0            -            -          -
   Pre-Forestry                               -          -           -           -              -            -          -
   Pre-Veterinary Medicine                      7          2           1        42.9                2          2       57.1
 Computer Science                              39         18          10        71.8                3          8       28.2
   Computer Science                            39         18          10        71.8                3          8       28.2
   Telecommunications Management              -          -           -           -              -            -          -
 Economics                                      4          2           1        75.0            -              1       25.0
   Pre-Economics                                4          2           1        75.0            -              1       25.0
 Engineering Technology                        67         43           2        67.2             10           12       32.8
   Construction Management                     41         25           1        63.4              7            8       36.6
   Graphic Communication                       15          9           1        66.7              3            2       33.3
   Manufacturing Engineering Technology        11          9         -          81.8            -              2       18.2
 Information Management & Decision Sci.         1          1         -         100.0            -            -          -
   Pre-Information Management                   1          1         -         100.0            -            -          -




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                            Table 35. New Freshmen Fall to Fall Retention by Major (Continued)
Other Student Information




                                                                                       Returning Students                      Non-Returning
                                                                    Enrolled               Fall 2007                             Fall 2007
                                                                      Fall      Retained   Changed                 Left in Good      Left in
                                                                     2006        Major       Major     Total (%)    Standing      Prob/Susp     Total (%)

                             Management                                   47         25          11        76.6              7              4      23.4
                               Pre-Human Resource Management               3        -             2        66.7              1          -          33.3
                               Pre-Management                             44         25           9        77.3              6            4        22.7
                             Marketing & Finance                          70         39          12        72.9              7           12        27.1
                               Pre-Finance                                22         15           3        81.8              1            3        18.2
                               Pre-Marketing                              47         24           9        70.2              5            9        29.8
                               Pre-Supply Chain Management                 1        -           -           -                1          -         100.0
                             Pre-Business Undecided                       21         12           5        81.0              1            3        19.0
                            TOTAL BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY                350        193          61        72.6             39           57        27.4

                            COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES
                             Curriculum & Instruction                    115         51          31        71.3             13           20        28.7
                               Pre-Elementary Education                  115         51          31        71.3             13           20        28.7
                             Dietetics, Fashion Merchandising & Hosp.     43         30           2        74.4              3            8        25.6
                               Family & Consumer Sciences                 43         30           2        74.4              3            8        25.6
                             Educational & Interdisciplinary Studies       3          2         -          66.7            -              1        33.3
                               Bilingual/Bicultural Education              3          2         -          66.7            -              1        33.3
                             Health Sciences                               3          1         -          33.3              1            1        66.7
                               Community Health                            1          1         -         100.0            -            -           -
                               Emergency Management                      -          -           -           -              -            -           -
                               Health Services Management                  2        -           -           -                1            1       100.0
                             Instructional Design & Technology             3          2         -          66.7            -              1        33.3
                               Instructional Design & Technology           3          2         -          66.7            -              1        33.3
                             Kinesiology                                  78         54           9        80.8              9            6        19.2
                               Kinesiology                                78         54           9        80.8              9            6        19.2
                             Law Enforcement & Justice Admin             339        235          21        75.5             35           48        24.5
                               Pre-Law Enforcement & Justice Admin       339        235          21        75.5             35           48        24.5
                             Recreation, Park & Tourism Admin              8          5           1        75.0              1            1        25.0
                             Social Work                                  23         11           3        60.9              6            3        39.1
                               Pre-Social Work                            23         11           3        60.9              6            3        39.1
                             Special Education                            42         26           8        81.0              4            4        19.0
                            TOTAL EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES             657        417          75        74.9             72           93        25.1

                            COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION
                             Art                                          25         17           1        72.0                5            2       28.0
                             Broadcasting                                 31         23           1        77.4                3            4       22.6
                             Communication                                16         10           4        87.5                2        -           12.5
                             Communication Sciences & Disorders           11          8           2        90.9            -              1          9.1
                             Music                                        48         32           8        83.3              5            3         16.7
                             Theatre                                      14         10         -          71.4              2            2         28.6
                               Musical Theatre                             7          5         -          71.4              1            1         28.6
                               Theatre                                     7          5         -          71.4              1            1         28.6
                            TOTAL FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION              145        100          16        80.0             17           12         20.0

                            OTHER
                               Board of Trustees B.A.                      1        -           -           -              -              1       100.0
                               General Orientation/Unclassified          396        166         106        68.7             75           49        31.3
                            TOTAL OTHER                                  397        166         106        68.5             75           50        31.5

                            UNDERGRADUATE TOTAL                         1,915     1,055         330        72.3           258           272         27.7




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Table 36. Graduation Rates of New Freshmen by Admission Type, Fall 1999 - 2003




                                                                                                                                     Other Student Information
                                         Number          % Graduated            % Graduated        % Graduated
                                         Enrolled         in 4 years             in 5 years         in 6 years
   Year         Admission Type
  Enrolled
    1999      Regular Admissions           1,295               35.3%                 53.1%               56.1%
              Special Admissions             398               20.4%                 47.0%               52.9%
              Total                        1,693               32.0%                 51.6%               55.4%


    2000      Regular Admissions           1,353               34.5%                 53.8%               57.9%
              Special Admissions             413               21.1%                 42.4%               48.2%
              Total                        1,766               31.4%                 51.1%               55.7%

    2001      Regular Admissions           1,266               35.6%                 54.2%               57.2%
              Special Admissions             413               24.5%                 47.3%               54.0%
              Total                        1,679               33.1%                 52.5%               56.6%


    2002      Regular Admissions           1,540               34.8%                 52.4%
              Special Admissions             377               23.1%                 42.6%
              Total                        1,917               32.8%                 50.5%


    2003      Regular Admissions            1,610              36.8%
              Special Admissions              334              24.9%
              Total                         1,944              34.7%


Note: There are two admission types - admitted under regular admissions standards and admitted under special admissions standards.
      Students graduating within n years includes all students who graduated by the summer term of the nth year.
      The cohort selection is based on IPEDS GRS procedures.
      Beginning with the 1999 cohort, six-year rates exclude veterans with active status.




                                     Figure 6. Four-, Five- and Six-Year Graduation Rates,
                                                    Cohort Years 1999-2003
                                                                                              55.4% 55.7% 56.60%
                                                    51.6% 51.1% 52.5% 50.5%




                                         34.7%
              32.0% 31.4% 33.1% 32.8%




                       4-Yr Grad Rates                        5-Yr Grad Rates                         6-Yr Grad Rates

                                                     1999   2000    2001    2002    2003




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                            Table 37. Average Years to Graduate for Students Entering as New Freshmen by Program
Other Student Information




                                                                                                   Average Years
                            COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES                                                  4.4
                               African-American Studies                                                 4.0
                               Biology                                                                  4.3
                               Chemistry                                                                4.1
                               Economics                                                                4.7
                               English                                                                  4.6
                               French                                                                   4.4
                               Geography                                                                5.6
                               Geology                                                                  4.6
                               History                                                                  4.6
                               Journalism                                                               4.1
                               Mathematics                                                              4.1
                               Medical Technology (Clinical Lab. Sciences)                              4.3
                               Meteorology                                                              3.8
                               Philosophy                                                               4.3
                               Physics                                                                  5.0
                               Political Science                                                        4.3
                               Psychology                                                               4.2
                               Sociology                                                                4.4
                               Spanish                                                                  4.4
                               Women's Studies                                                          4.8

                            COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY                                           4.3
                               Accountancy                                                               4.1
                               Agriculture                                                               4.1
                               Computer Science                                                          4.4
                               Construction Management                                                   4.8
                               Economics                                                                 4.1
                               Finance                                                                   4.2
                               Graphic Communication                                                     4.2
                               Human Resource Management                                                 4.1
                               Information Management                                                    4.1
                               Management                                                                4.3
                               Manufacturing Engineering                                                 4.4
                               Marketing                                                                 4.3
                               Supply Chain Management                                                   4.5

                            COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES                                      4.3
                               Bilingual/Bicultural                                                      4.6
                               Community Health                                                          4.4
                               Elementary Education                                                      4.4
                               Family & Consumer Sciences                                                4.3
                               Health Services Management                                                4.4
                               Instructional Design & Technology                                         4.3
                               Kinesiology                                                               4.5
                               Law Enforcement & Justice Administration                                  4.0
                               Recreation, Park & Tourism Administration                                 4.6
                               Social Work                                                               4.3
                               Special Education                                                         4.5

                            FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATION                                                    4.4
                                Art (B.A.)                                                               4.6
                                Art (B.F.A.)                                                             4.6
                                Broadcasting                                                             4.1
                                Communication                                                            4.2
                                Communication Sciences & Disorders                                       4.1
                                Music (B.A.)                                                             5.1
                                Music (B.M.)                                                             4.5
                                Musical Theatre                                                          4.0
                                Theatre                                                                  4.6
                            Individual Studies                                                           4.4
                            Board of Trustees                                                            8.6
                            TOTAL UNIVERSITY*                                                            4.3

                            Note: Represents graduates from Fall 2002 to Summer 2007/ *Excludes Board of Trustees program



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Table 38. Faculty/Staff by Employee Category and Location, Fall 2007

                                       Male                                  Female             TOTAL    FTE
                             FT         PT        Total            FT          PT   Total
MACOMB CAMPUS

CIVIL SERVICE
   Negotiating                179             -     179              76           -     76        255
   Prevailing Wage             40             -      40               2           -      2         42
   Non-Negotiating            153             5     158             404          13    417        575
   Total Civil Service        372             5     377             482          13    495        872     854
FACULTY
   Regular Negotiating*       286          1        287             168           1    169        456
   Temporary Negotiating*      39          4         43              60           3     63        106
   Non-Negotiating Faculty     16         26         42              20          29     49         91
   Department Chairpersons     26          -         26              12           -     12         38
   Total Faculty              367         31        398             260          33    293        691     644




                                                                                                                 Faculty/Staff
ADMINISTRATORS
   Negotiating                 11             -      11              51           1     52         63
   Non-Negotiating            122             -     122              96           2     98        220
   Total Administrators       133             -     133             147           3    150        283     279
PROFESSIONALS**
   Negotiating                  13         -          13               6          2       8         21
   Non-Negotiating              41         6          47              61          8      69        116
   Temporary Negotiating         -         -           -               1          -       1          1
   Total Professionals          54         6          60              68         10      78        138     125
GRADUATE ASSISTANTS            162        85         247             159         74     233        480     429
MACOMB TOTAL                 1,088       127       1,215           1,116        133   1,249      2,464   2,331


QUAD CITIES

CIVIL SERVICE
   Negotiating                    -           -           -              -        -      -          -
   Prevailing Wage                -           -           -              -        -      -          -
   Non-Negotiating                2           -           2             12        1     13         15
   Total Civil Service            2           -           2             12        1     13         15      15
FACULTY
   Regular Negotiating*           20       -          20                12        -     12         32
   Temporary Negotiating*          2       1           3                 3        -      3          6
   Non-Negotiating Faculty         1       9          10                 1        9     10         20
   Department Chairpersons         1       -           1                 -        -      -          1
   Total Faculty                  24      10          34                16        9     25         59      47
ADMINISTRATORS
   Negotiating                    1           -           1             5         -         5       6
   Non-Negotiating                4           -           4             4         -         4       8
   Total Administrators           5           -           5             9         -         9      14      14
PROFESSIONALS**
   Negotiating                     -       -           -                 1        -      1          1
   Non-Negotiating                 -       -           -                 -        -      -          -
   Temporary Negotiating           1       -           1                 -        -      -          1
   Total Professionals             1       -           1                 1        -      1          2       2
GRADUATE ASSISTANTS                3       -           3                 7        1      8         11      10
QUAD CITIES TOTAL                 35      10          45                45       11     56        101      88




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                Table 38. Faculty/Staff by Employee Category and Location, Fall 2007 (Continued)

                                                                     Male                           Female            TOTAL    FTE
                                                             FT       PT           Total    FT        PT   Total
                TOTAL UNIVERSITY

                CIVIL SERVICE
                   Negotiating                                179              -     179      76          -     76      255
                   Prevailing Wage                             40              -      40       2          -      2       42
                   Non-Negotiating                            155              5     160     416        14     430      590
                   Total Civil Service                        374              5     379     494        14     508      887     869
                FACULTY                                          -             -       -        -         -      -        -
                   Regular Negotiating*                       306              1     307     180         1     181      488
                   Temporary Negotiating*                      41              5      46      63         3      66      112
                   Non-Negotiating Faculty                     17             35      52      21        38      59      111
                   Department Chairpersons                     27              -      27      12          -     12       39
                   Total Faculty                              391             41     432     276        42     318      750     691
Faculty/Staff




                ADMINISTRATORS                                   -             -       -        -         -      -        -
                   Negotiating                                 12              -      12      56         1      57       69
                   Non-Negotiating                            126              -     126     100         2     102      228
                   Total Administrators                       138              -     138     156         3     159      297     293
                PROFESSIONALS**                                  -             -       -        -         -      -        -
                   Negotiating                                13          -           13      7         2        9       22
                   Non-Negotiating                            41              6       47     61         8       69      116
                   Temporary Negotiating                        1              -       1       1          -      1        2
                   Total Professionals                         55              6      61      69        10      79      140     127
                GRADUATE ASSISTANTS                           165             85     250     166        75     241      491     439

                GRAND TOTAL                                 1,123         137       1,260   1,161      144    1,305    2,565   2,419

                *Total full- and part-time faculty in bargaining unit
                **Includes executive assistants and faculty assistants.




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Table 39. Employees by Race/Ethnicity and Sex, Fall 2007

                                                                 Asian       Native    Non-Resident
                          White         Black        Hispanic   American    American      Alien       Other       Total

Professor
  Male                      113              7             2            7         2              2            -     133
  Female                     53              1             2            2         -              -            -      58
  Total                     166              8             4            9         2              2            -     191

Associate Professor
  Male                       94              4             1         11           -              4            -     114
  Female                     52              5             2          8           2              -            -      69
  Total                     146              9             3         19           2              4            -     183

Assistant Professor
  Male                       72              4             4          6           -             16            -     102




                                                                                                                          Faculty/Staff
  Female                     58              3             -          4           1             13            -      79
  Total                     130              7             4         10           1             29            -     181

Instructor
   Male                      73              1             1            -         1              2        1          79
   Female                    98              1             -            1         -              2        -         102
   Total                    171              2             1            1         1              4        1         181

Lecturer
  Male                         4                -          -            -         -              -            -       4
  Female                       7                -          -            2         -              1            -      10
  Total                       11                -          -            2         -              1            -      14

TOTAL FACULTY
  MALE                      356             16             8         24           3             24        1         432
  FEMALE                    268             10             4         17           3             16        -         318
  TOTAL                     624             26            12         41           6             40        1         750

Graduate Assistant
  Male                      169              8             5          4           -             60        4         250
  Female                    171             10             4          6           -             46        4         241
  Total                     340             18             9         10           -            106        8         491

Civil Service
  Male                      353             22             1            2         1              -            -     379
  Female                    486             14             4            3         1              -            -     508
  Total                     839             36             5            5         2              -            -     887

Administrator
  Male                      122              6             2            3         -              5            -     138
  Female                    136             11             7            1         -              4            -     159
  Total                     258             17             9            4         -              9            -     297

Professional*
  Male                       50              5             -            3         -              3            -      61
  Female                     72              2             2            3         -              -            -      79
  Total                     122              7             2            6         -              3            -     140


TOTAL MALES                1,050            57            16         36           4             92        5       1,260
TOTAL FEMALES              1,133            47            21         30           4             66        4       1,305
GRAND TOTAL                2,183           104            37         66           8            158        9       2,565


Note: Department chairs included with faculty.
*Includes executive assistants and faculty assistants.




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                Table 40. Distribution of Full- & Part-Time Employees by Job Category, Fall 2003 & 2007

                                                      Full-Time                               Part-Time
                                              Male     Female      Total              Male     Female      Total             TOTAL

                2003
                Faculty                         388        236       624                 34         27        61                685
                Executive/Administrative        126        129       255                -            3         3                258
                Professional Non-Faculty         99        156       255                  1         14        15                270
                Secretarial/Clerical             16        269       285                -           17        17                302
                Technical/Paraprofessional       71         78       149                  3          1         4                153
                Skilled Craft                    70          2        72                  2        -           2                 74
                Service/Maintenance             153         60       213                -            1         1                214
                Total                           923        930     1,853                 40         63       103              1,956


                2007
Faculty/Staff




                Faculty                         391        276       667                 41         42        83                750
                Executive/Administrative        138        156       294                -            3         3                297
                Professional Non-Faculty        105        174       279                  7         15        22                301
                Secretarial/Clerical             24        259       283                -            7         7                290
                Technical/Paraprofessional       73         71       144                  3          2         5                149
                Skilled Craft                    77          2        79                -          -         -                   79
                Service/Maintenance             150         56       206                  1          1         2                208
                Total                           958        994     1,952                 52         70       122              2,074

                Note: EEO6 Categories




                Table 41. Average Salaries for Full-Time, 9-Month Faculty, FY 2004-2008

                                                 FY 2004              FY 2005            FY 2006              FY 2007            FY 2008
                                             Number    Mean       Number    Mean     Number    Mean       Number    Mean     Number   Mean

                Professor                       156     73,740       163    76,875      155     78,887       153    81,998      155   84,090
                Associate                       147     56,933       145    58,584      151     60,332       171    62,995      179   65,239
                Assistant                       187     46,876       170    47,989      204     48,789       195    50,618      176   51,987
                Instructor                       87     34,646        84    35,449       89     36,665        84    38,397      100   40,126
                Lecturer                          5     33,156         7    32,842        7     37,022        11    37,049       11   35,786
                Total                           582     54,671       569    56,926      606     57,447       614    59,970      621   61,622


                Source: AAUP Annual Salary Survey (9 month)




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Table 42. Selected Faculty Characteristics, Fall 2006 & 2007

                   Male                 Female             Total               Avg. Yrs.   Degrees      Tenured        Tenure Track
             FT    PT Total        FT     PT Total       FT      PT            at WIU*     #      %     #    %          #      %

2006
Professor    128     4   132       59    -        59     187       4              17.5     183   95.8   187     97.9     1      0.5
Associate    108     1   109       68      2      70     176       3               8.3     159   88.8   146     81.6    30     16.8
Assistant    115     1   116       80      2      82     195       3               2.9     126   63.6    15      7.6   137     69.2
Instructor    32    43    75       54     31      85      86      74               7.4      20   12.5     3      1.9   -        -
Lecturer       4   -       4        8      5      13      12       5               6.1     -      -     -        -     -        -
Subtotal     387    49   436      269     40     309     656      89               9.1     488   65.5   351     47.1   168     22.6

Librarian   11     -      11        5    -        5          16   -                9.8      14   87.5       9   56.3       5   31.3
Counselors   3     -       3        7    -        7          10   -                9.8       2   20.0       2   20.0   -        -
Graduate
Assistants 150      97   247      163     81     244     313      178                 -    -      -     -        -     -        -




                                                                                                                                      Faculty/Staff
TOTAL        551   146   697      444    121     565     995      267              9.1     504   39.9   362     28.7   173     13.7


                   Male                 Female             Total               Avg. Yrs.   Degrees      Tenured        Tenure Track
             FT    PT Total        FT     PT Total       FT      PT            at WIU*     #      %     #    %          #      %

2007
Professor    133   -     133       58    -        58     191      -               15.0     183   95.8   190     99.5   -        -
Associate    114   -     114       68      1      69     182       1               7.2     164   90.1   151     83.0    33     18.1
Assistant    100     2   102       76      3      79     176       5               2.1     121   66.9    12      6.6   135     74.6
Instructor    41    38    79       67     35     102     108      73               6.0      21   11.6     3      1.7   -        -
Lecturer       4   -       4        7      3      10      11       3               5.8     -      -     -        -     -        -
Subtotal     392    40   432      276     42     318     668      82               7.7     489   65.2   356     47.5   168     22.4

Librarian   12     -      12        2    -        2          14   -                8.2      12   85.7       8   57.1       4   28.6
Counselors   3     -       3        7        2    9          10       2            5.9       2   16.7       1    8.3   -        -
Graduate
Assistants 165      85   250      166     75     241     331      160                 -    -      -     -        -     -        -

TOTAL        572   125   697      451    119     570   1,023      244              9.1     503   39.7   365     28.8   172     13.6


Note: Excludes Executive Assistants and Faculty Assistants
*For those new in Fall, years at WIU were counted as 0.5.




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Table 43. Summary of Revenues by Source of Funds, FY2003-2007

                                           FY2003        FY2004            FY2005        FY2006        FY2007
(In Thousands of $)
General Revenue Funds                  $  59,450.8   $  56,091.1       $  56,391.1   $  56,391.1   $  57,213.4
Income Funds                              35,042.7      37,972.8          41,190.0      46,763.0      52,474.9
Local Grants                                 340.7         389.9             349.8         306.1         302.3
State Grants                               3,625.0       3,489.6           3,259.8       3,914.8       3,667.5
Federal Grants                            19,333.0      17,905.2          16,930.3      15,109.4      14,974.8
Private Gifts, Grants, and Contracts         278.9       1,280.3             881.0       1,127.0       1,421.9
Sales & Service of Auxiliary              38,438.9      42,139.7          40,622.1      45,458.8      46,727.9
Other/Indirect Cost Recovery              14,986.6      17,029.9          17,215.1      19,030.4      20,602.8
Total                                  $ 171,496.6   $ 176,298.5       $ 176,839.2   $ 188,100.6   $ 197,385.5




Table 44. Summary of Operations Costs by Function of Expenditure, FY2003-2007

                                           FY2003        FY2004            FY2005        FY2006        FY2007
(In Thousands of $)
Instruction                              $57,728.9   $ 57,904.9        $ 62,697.7    $ 65,113.8    $ 69,958.7
Organized Research                         7,539.9       5,453.1           4,087.0       3,479.5       2,697.1
Public Service                            13,589.3      13,516.4          12,965.0      12,824.4      14,057.9
Academic Support                           7,220.7       7,285.9           7,642.9       8,367.3       8,959.8
Student Services                          22,784.3      25,716.3          25,939.2      27,688.1      29,097.0
Institutional Support                      8,440.5       8,955.2           6,875.5       7,700.6       7,891.8
O&M of Physical Plant                     22,908.8      23,923.9          24,370.0      26,480.5      27,121.1
Independent Operations                    27,694.8      28,784.4          28,504.8      32,266.5      33,669.6
Unexpended/Lapsed Funds                          -       1,082.8                 -             -             -




                                                                                                                 Resources
CMS Group Health Insurance                 2,621.6       2,711.4           2,766.2       3,050.9       2,679.2
FICA/Medicare                                967.8         964.2             990.9       1,129.0       1,253.3
Total                                  $ 171,496.6   $ 176,298.5       $ 176,839.2   $ 188,100.6   $ 197,385.5




Table 45. Summary of Operations Costs by Object of Expenditure, FY2003-2007

                                           FY2003        FY2004            FY2005        FY2006        FY2007
(In Thousands of $)
Personal Services                      $  95,968.6   $  95,817.0       $ 100,358.3   $ 105,386.6   $ 110,435.2
Contractual Services                      35,529.8      36,676.0          36,714.5      39,658.0      39,825.3
Travel                                     1,595.3       1,548.0           1,683.3       1,777.1       1,954.3
Commodities                                4,349.1       4,014.0           4,061.7       4,563.0       4,834.2
Equipment                                  5,835.2       5,222.8           6,691.2       6,280.2       7,811.7
Awards and Grants                         11,872.8      10,959.1          12,715.4      13,625.6      14,497.5
Telecommunications                         1,821.0       1,589.0           1,443.0       1,503.8       1,379.1
Operation of Auto                            331.9         283.1             357.0         348.0         346.3
Permanent Improvements                     1,401.3       1,142.5           1,264.9         802.0       1,170.5
Unexpended/Lapsed Funds                          -       1,082.8                 -             -             -
Other                                      9,202.2      14,288.6           7,792.8       9,976.4      11,198.9
CMS Group Health Insurance                 2,621.6       2,711.4           2,766.2       3,050.9       2,679.2
FICA/Medicare                                967.8         964.2             990.9       1,129.0       1,253.3
Total                                  $ 171,496.6   $ 176,298.5       $ 176,839.2   $ 188,100.6   $ 197,385.5




Source: Budget Office




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            Table 46. Western Illinois University Appropriation History, FY2004-2008

                                            FY2004*                FY2005                FY2006           FY2007             FY2008

            Total Appropriation            94,084,100            97,714,100            103,154,100       109,728,300       118,287,500
            Percent Change                       -1.30                  3.86                   5.57              6.37             7.80

            General Revenue Fund           56,091,100            56,391,100             56,391,100        57,213,400        58,287,500
            Percent Change                       -8.24                  0.53                   0.00              1.46             1.88

            University Income Fund         37,984,000            41,323,000             46,763,000        52,514,900        60,000,000
            Percent Change                       11.09                  8.79                  13.16             12.30            14.25

            Income Fund Percent Total              40.37                42.29                  45.33           47.86             50.72


            Note: Excludes Retirement
            *Required lapse of $1,082,900 caused revision of the total appropriation FY04.

            Source: Budget Office




            Table 47. Sponsored Research, Instruction and Public Service Grants and Contracts,
            FY2003-2007
                                                                   Proposals Submitted Between July 1 and June 30

                                              FY2003                 FY2004                FY2005           FY2006             FY2007
                                            Amount   No.           Amount   No.          Amount   No.     Amount   No.       Amount   No.
Resources




            Research                       $8,707,400 46         $6,382,478 40          $5,108,568 33     $6,500,960 40     $9,382,060    53
            Instruction                    $4,735,226 14         $1,687,458 12          $4,059,377 15     $1,315,602 11     $3,860,008    15
            Public Service                $21,733,521 125       $18,030,049 135        $30,199,564 131   $12,534,531 140   $13,095,584   135
            Other                            $215,214   8            $5,000   1           $142,600   3              0  0       $11,817     3
            Total                         $35,391,361 193       $26,104,985 188        $39,510,109 182   $20,351,093 191   $26,349,469   206


                                                                      Awards Received Between July 1 and June 30

                                              FY2003                 FY2004                FY2005           FY2006             FY2007
                                            Amount   No.           Amount   No.          Amount   No.     Amount   No.       Amount   No.

            Research                       $5,225,570 35         $3,517,806 27          $2,059,394 20     $2,669,033 25     $1,092,442    22
            Instruction                    $1,709,428 13         $1,168,190   9           $994,471   9    $1,353,970   8      $923,559     7
            Public Service                 $8,104,296 95         $9,133,309 103         $7,288,324 113    $9,285,250 111   $10,774,794   106
            Other                            $167,462   6            $8,860   3             $2,600   1            $0   0       $11,817     3
            Total                         $15,206,756 149       $13,828,165 142        $10,344,789 143   $13,308,253 144   $12,802,612   138


                                                                                 Awards by Type of Funding

                                              FY2003                 FY2004                FY2005           FY2006             FY2007
                                            Amount   No.           Amount   No.          Amount   No.     Amount   No.       Amount   No.

            Federal                        $5,010,109 20         $4,410,207 18          $2,989,332 28     $2,672,622 17     $1,374,918    14
            Fed Flow-through*              $3,787,721 29         $4,801,497 31          $2,334,035 24     $3,026,805 24     $2,715,617    13
            Atate                          $4,502,455 60         $3,512,743 53          $4,042,696 50     $6,366,778 46     $7,463,111    49
            Private                          $143,322   5           $81,533   4           $378,550   4      $397,648   7      $163,048     5
            Other                          $1,763,149 35         $1,022,185 36            $600,176 37       $844,400 50     $1,085,918    57
            Total                         $15,206,756 149       $13,828,165 142        $10,344,789 143   $13,308,253 144   $12,802,612   138

            *Federal flow-through represents federal funds passed through a State of Illinois agency.

            Source: Office of Sponsored Projects



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Table 48. Cost Guarantee Program and Tuition & Fees

Since Summer 1999 Western Illinois University has offered an undergraduate cost guarantee for tuition,
fees, room and board for each new class of entering students. The guaranteed rates remain in effect
for four years if students maintain continuous enrollment. Incoming students in a degree program
that requires more than four years to complete will benefit from the guaranteed rate until the expected
time of degree completion. Western Illinois University also has provided a tuition, fees, room and board
cost guarantee program for graduate students since Fall 2004. Western was the first university in the
state to offer this guarantee, and is the only university in the state to include fees and room and board in
that guarantee.

Beginning Fall 2008, transfer students who earn an associate's degree and transfer to WIU the following
semester will receive the previous year's cost guarantee rates.


Expected Annual Expenses for New Undergraduates* - FY2000 to FY2008

                                   FY2000     FY2001      FY2002     FY2003       FY2004    FY2005    FY2006      FY2007       FY2008
Annual Tuition
  In-State                         $ 2,730     $ 2,813    $ 2,982    $ 3,465      $ 3,915   $ 4,538     $ 4,968    $ 5,439     $ 5,895
  Out-of-State                       5,460       5,625      5,964      6,930        7,830     9,075       7,452      8,159       8,843

Annual Fees**
  Macomb                               880        924         989         1,033     1,082     1,158       1,443      1,484       1,628
  Quad Cities                          197        203         236           263       263       267         530        545         541

Annual Room & Board
(Macomb Campus Only)                 4,292       4,506      4,822         5,062     5,366     5,768       6,143      6,446       6,898

In-State Total Tuition,
Fees and Room & Board***             8,128       8,478      9,104         9,908    10,797    11,951     13,042      13,857      14,977




                                                                                                                                         Resources
Out-of-State Total Tuition,
Fees and Room & Board***            10,858     11,291      12,086        13,373    14,712    16,489     15,526      16,577      17,925


Annual Other Estimated Costs
  Books (Estimate)                     705         725        725           800       850     1,000       1,000      1,050       1,150
  Personal Expenses (Estimate)       2,375       2,404      2,503         2,324     2,401     2,450       2,454      2,700       2,766


In-State Total (Estimate)           11,208     11,607      12,332        13,032    14,048    15,401     16,496      17,607      18,893

Out-of-State Total (Estimate)       13,938     14,420      15,314        16,497    17,963    19,939     18,980      20,327      21,841




*Based on 15 credit hours per semester.
**Macomb campus fees include: Activity, Athletic, Bond Revenue, Computer, Facilities Enhancement/Life Safety, Health Center,
Publication, Talent Grant, and Transit Fee.
**Quad Cities Campus Fees include: Activity, Computer, Facilities Enhancement/Life Safety, Talent Grant, and Transit Fee.
***Health insurance fee was included.




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            Table 49. Student Financial Aid and Institutional Support, FY 2007

                                                                                                                              Number of Students
                                                                                    Fund Source                                Receiving Each
                                                   Federal           State           Institution     Other         Total         Type of Aid
            Type

            Grants, Scholarships & Waivers       14,760,323       16,129,236         8,852,954      2,024,726    41,767,239           11,034
            Loans                                   438,656       46,020,086             7,500      9,319,461    55,785,703            7,898
            Employment                                    -           81,221         6,135,318              -     6,216,539            2,975

            Total                                15,198,979       62,230,543        14,995,772     11,344,187   103,769,481          12,558*


            About 77 percent of all full-time undergraduate students who attend WIU receive assistance through loans,
            scholarships, tuition waivers, grants, and/or employment.




            Note: The Financial Aid fiscal year is fall, spring and summer.
            *Unduplicated headcount (both undergraduates and graduates)

            Source: Financial Aid Office
Resources




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                                    What Students Are Saying About Their
                                    WIU Experience – 2006/7 NSSE Results

Each year the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)                        Active & Collaborative Learning
asks students at hundreds of colleges and universities to
reflect on the time they devote to various learning activities        How often are topics from class discussed outside of the
centered around five internationally accepted benchmarks of           classroom?
educational effectiveness.                                            41% of Freshmen frequently discuss readings or ideas from
                                                                      coursework outside of class.
The 2006 NSSE benchmarks are based on more than 300,000
first-year and senior students from 557 colleges and                  Do students work together on projects – inside and outside of
universities.                                                         class?
                                                                      41% of Freshmen frequently work with other students on
The 2006 WIU NSSE data is based on responses from 361                 projects in class, 27% work with peers on assignments outside
first-year and 665 senior WIU students.                               of class.
             Level of Academic Challenge                              How often do students make class presentations?
                                                                      16% of Freshmen report that they make frequent presentations
To what degree is studying and spending time on academic              in class.
work emphasized?
74% of Freshmen feel that WIU places substantial emphasis             How many students participate in community-based projects in
on academics.                                                         regular courses?
                                                                      17% of Freshmen frequently participate in service-learning or
Do faculty hold students to high standards?                           community-based projects during a given year.
43% of Freshmen frequently work harder than they thought
they could to meet faculty expectations.                              How many students apply their classroom learning to real life
                                                                      through internships or off-campus field experiences?
How much time do students spend on homework each week?                By their Senior year, 37% of students have participated in
26% of Freshmen spend more than 15 hours per week                     some form of practicum, internship, field experience, co-op, or
preparing for class. 22% spend 5 hours or less.                       clinical assignment.

What types of thinking do assignments require?                        Do students have opportunities to tutor or teach other
Freshmen report substantial emphasis on the following                 students?
activities:                                                           18% of Seniors frequently assist their fellow students by
   Memorizing facts, ideas, or methods: 67%                           tutoring or teaching them.
   Analyzing basic elements of an idea or theory: 65%
   Synthesizing and organizing ideas: 52%                             WIU continues to improve its Collaborative and Active Learning
   Making judgments about value of information: 59%                   – especially for freshmen!
   Applying theories or concepts: 68%

How much writing is expected?
4% of Freshmen write more than 10 papers between 5 and 19
pages and 12% have written a paper more than 20 pages in
length.

How much reading is expected during the school year?
23% of Freshmen read more than 10 assigned books and
packs of course readings. 27% read fewer than 5.

Do exams require students to do their best work?                                     Student-Faculty Interaction
37% of Freshmen report that their exams strongly challenge
them to do their best work.                                           Are faculty members accessible and supportive?
                                                                      38% of Freshmen say their faculty are available, helpful, and
WIU continues to improve its Academic Challenge – especially          sympathetic.
for freshmen!
                                                                      How many students work on research projects with faculty?
                                                                      By their Senior year, 16% of students have done research with
                                                                      a faculty member.




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Do students receive prompt feedback on academic
performance?
52% of Freshmen indicate that they frequently get prompt                           Supportive Campus Environment
verbal or written feedback from faculty members.
                                                                        How well do students get along with other students?
How often do students talk with advisors or faculty members             53% of Freshmen report that their peers are friendly,
about their career plans?                                               supportive, and help them feel as if they belong.
87% of Seniors at least occasionally discuss career plans with
faculty.                                                                Are students satisfied with their overall educational
                                                                        experience?
Do students and faculty members work together on                        83% of Freshmen report a favorable image of this institution;
committees and projects outside of course work?                         83% of Seniors would choose WIU again if they could start
45% of Freshmen at least occasionally spend time with faculty           their college career over.
members on activities other than coursework.
                                                                        How much time do students devote to co-curricular activities?
WIU continues to improve its Student-Faculty Interaction –              10% of Freshmen spend more than 15 hours a week
especially for freshmen!                                                participating in co-curricular activities. 29% spend no time
                                                                        participating in co-curricular activities.

                                                                        How well do students get along with administrators and staff?
                                                                        29% of Freshmen find the administrative personnel and offices
                                                                        helpful, considerate, and flexible.

                                                                        To what extent does the school help students deal with their
                                                                        academic and social needs?
                                                                        69% of Freshmen feel that this institution has a substantial
                                                                        commitment to their academic success. 47% feel well-
                                                                        supported by WIU regarding their social needs.
          Enriching Educational Experiences
                                                                        WIU continues to improve its Supportive Campus Environment
What types of honors courses, learning communities, and                 – especially for freshmen!
other programs are offered?
During their Freshman year, 5% of students participate in a
learning community. By their Senior year, 20% of students
have taken an independent study class.

How often do students interact with peers with different social,
political, or religious views?
45% of Freshmen say they frequently have serious
conversations with students who are different from themselves
in terms of their religious, political, or personal beliefs.

How often do students interact with peers from different racial
or ethnic backgrounds?
35% of Freshmen frequently have serious conversations with
those of a different race.

How many students study in other countries?
By their Senior year, 8% of students have studied abroad.

What percentage of students participate in community service?
By the time they are Seniors, 56% of students have
participated in community service or volunteer work.
WIU continues to improve its Enriching Educational
Experiences – especially for freshmen, but more effort is
needed for seniors!




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Table 50. Alumni Survey Results, 1997, 2000, 2003 & 2006 Baccalaureate
Degree Recipients, One Year After Graduation

Surveys were sent to students receiving baccalaureate degrees during calendar years 1994, 1997, 2000,
2003 and 2006. Table below displays responses to selected survey questions.


                                                        1994         1997        2000         2003      2006

Attitude Toward the University (Campus)
   % Reporting strongly positive, positive or                 92.3     95.2         95.5         95.1    97.2
   somewhat positive

Attitude toward Bachelor’s Degree Major
   % Reporting strongly positive, positive or                 90.4     92.0         92.4         90.9    92.9
   somewhat positive

Have you enrolled in college since earning
your bachelor’s degree?
  % Reporting full-time                                       10.7     14.0         13.0         14.8    14.8
  % Reporting part-time                                       11.8     10.7         11.4         10.0     8.4

Degree Enrolled
  Second Bachelor’s                                            7.9      5.6          6.2          7.4     5.5
  Academic Master’s                                           45.6     53.4         50.9         53.2    54.3
  Professional Master’s                                       27.2     25.3         24.8         27.4    23.2
  Law                                                          2.6      6.2          5.8          4.2     3.0
  Doctorate                                                    1.3      0.6          1.3          0.5     -
  Other (e.g., medicine, health, theology, other)             15.4      9.0         11.0          7.3     6.7

Are you currently employed?
  % Reporting Full-time                                       78.9     78.5         77.4         71.5    77.2




                                                                                                                Resources
  % Reporting Part-time                                       11.9     12.4         12.0         16.0    10.5
  % Reporting Not Seeking Employment                           3.7      4.3          5.4          4.5     6.1

How closely related is your current job to
your bachelor’s degree major?
  % Reporting “related” or “closely related”                  74.7     74.3         76.6         71.8    74.2

If you incurred debt in your undergraduate degree program,
how did this affect you after you left the University?
   % Reporting Serious Financial Problem                      11.4     11.3          7.7          5.3     7.5
   % Reporting Moderate Financial Problem                     31.5     35.4         34.5         31.6    40.4



RESPONSE RATES (%)                                            47.5     41.6         48.8         36.3    38.2
  Number Surveyed                                            2,264    1,991        2,074       2,343    2,309
  Number Responded                                           1,076      829        1,012          851     882




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            Table 51. Macomb Campus Housing, Fall 2003-2007

                                     Residence      Residence      Single      University                   Total         Total       Total
                                        Hall          Hall         Room        Married*     Resident       Living        Living     Macomb
                                      Capacity         No.          No.           No.       Assistants   On-Campus    Off-Campus    Students
            Year
            2003                           5,200        4,993        1,764           244          141        5,378        5,618       10,996
            2004                           5,200        5,045        1,869           318          141        5,504        5,683       11,187
            2005                           5,200        4,759        1,953           347          141        5,247        6,030       11,277
            2006                           5,000        4,733        1,792           352          141        5,226        6,142       11,368
            2007                           5,000        4,574        1,720           357          150        5,081        6,138       11,219

            Percent Change
            Over Previous Yr                  -          (3.36)       (4.02)         1.42        6.38        (2.77)        (0.07)      (1.31)


            *Number of units available.

            Source: University Housing




            Table 52. Residential Buildings as of Fall 2007

                                          Year        Gross        Net          Percent
                                          Built     Square Feet Assignable*    Assignable
            BUILDING
             Bayliss                         1966     116,800       78,346          67.1%
Resources




             Corbin                          1962     135,200       74,962          55.4%
             East Village                    1966      41,538       35,032          84.3%
             Henninger                       1966     116,800       76,422          65.4%
             Higgins                         1967     310,248      196,377          63.3%
             Horn Field Campus                NA        1,820          -              -
             International House             1994       9,420        7,580          80.4%
             Kibbe Station                    NA        8,146          -              -
             Lamoine Village                 1970     154,240      116,024          75.2%
             Lincoln                         1963      98,150       63,525          64.7%
             Grote Hall                      2004      44,940       33,102          73.7%
             Olson                           1965     135,200       74,770          55.3%
             Tanner                          1968     228,083      154,142          67.6%
             Thompson                        1969     300,097      190,116          63.4%
             University Residence            1973       7,400          -              -
             University Village              1956      14,508       13,252          91.3%
             Washington                      1963      98,150       63,526          64.7%
             Wetzel                          1970     208,900      128,540          61.5%

            Total                                   2,029,640     1,305,716         64.9%

            *Net assignable = Usable square feet

            Source: Physical Plant




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Table 53. Nonresidential Buildings as of Fall 2007

                                       Year        Gross                Net         Percent
                                       Built     Square Feet         Assignable*   Assignable
BUILDING
 Alumni House                             1900         5,700              4,636         81.3%
 Annex (Heating Plant)                    1934        30,400             21,640         71.2%
 Bennett Hursh Lounge                     1957        38,900             25,900         66.6%
 Beu Health Center                        1963        15,300              9,365         61.2%
 Brophy                                   1973       107,500             92,318         85.9%
 Browne                                   1959        70,200             46,064         65.6%
 Cinema                                   1971         8,736                -             -
 Commissary                               1967         7,538              6,823         90.5%
 Currens                                  1970       142,200            101,592         71.4%
 DPS Building                             2006        17,000             15,300         90.0%
 Farm Field Lab (All Buildings)            NA         74,290             73,943         99.5%
 Football Training Locker Room            2000        10,225              8,642         85.0%
 Garwood                                  1914        25,900             19,068         73.6%
 Godfather's Lease Space                  1973         2,728                -             -
 Golf Course (All Buildings)               NA          7,832              7,832          100%
 Greenhouse                               1964         5,000              4,829         96.6%
 Horn Field Campus                         NA          2,280              2,250         98.7%
 Horrabin                                 1967       148,700             99,683         67.0%
 Kerr Farm (All Buildings)                 NA          8,052                -             -
 Kibbe Station                             NA          7,254              5,171         71.3%
 Knoblauch                                1964        93,500             63,241         67.6%
 Malpass Library                          1978       222,300            167,917         75.5%
 Memorial                                 1962        83,500             59,923         71.8%
 Morgan                                   1967       118,300             72,960         61.7%
 Mowbray                                  1973         9,600              7,103         74.0%
 Physical Plant                           1969        43,200             35,542         82.3%
 Physical Plant East                      1972         2,535              2,281         90.0%




                                                                                                 Resources
 Regional Center                          1971        58,500             42,880         73.3%
 Riverfront Property (Quad Cities)         NA     60040 -Est.         40827-Est.     68% -Est.
 Sallee                                   1964        53,000             33,265         62.8%
 Seal                                     1955        35,500             20,907         58.9%
 Sherman                                  1902       107,100             69,025         64.4%
 Simpkins                                 1937       110,600             60,680         54.9%
 Stipes                                   1970       142,600            100,065         70.2%
 Storage (All Areas)                       NA         22,075             22,075          100%
 Student Recreation Center                1997        51,380             38,791         75.5%
 Thompson Dining Hall                     2001        26,000             26,000        100.0%
 Tillman                                  1953        88,400             58,626         66.3%
 University Art Gallery                   1902         7,100              4,791         67.5%
 University Service Building              1977        26,000             21,000         80.8%
 University Union                         1956       183,683            127,412         69.4%
 Utility Plant                            1924        18,200             17,811         97.9%
 Waggoner                                 1968       131,900             88,145         66.8%
 Western                                  1964       132,892             100324         75.5%

Total                                              2,503,600           1,785,820        71.3%

*Net assignable = Usable square feet

Source: Physical Plant




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