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									                                    A Message from

            The Office of Institutional Effectiveness

We are pleased to present the 2002 Edition of the annual Institutional Fact Book for The
University of Texas - Pan American.

The Fact Book is a compilation of statistical data such as admissions, enrollment, semester credit
hour production and other factual information about the University. It is intended to provide
members of the educational community with statistical data that can be used to review and
evaluate programs and operations, prepare and support proposals and applications, and increase
general knowledge and understanding of the institution.

We hope this Fact Book will be of great benefit to your research and data needs. We have
collected an extensive amount of information from both internal and external sources. Many
departments on campus assisted us in the development of this book and we thank them for their
support. We review the results of the Annual Institutional Fact Book Opinion Survey each year
and try to incorporate suggestions for improvement. We hope our efforts have been successful.

Your feedback and suggestions are important to us. If you have any suggestions for future editions
of the Fact Book, please e-mail us at oie@panam.edu or call us at (956) 381-2383. We look
forward to hearing from you.



                 The OIE Professional and Support Staff

        Dr. Frederick (Ted) von Ende                       Executive Director
        Dr. Susan Griffith                     Director of Institutional Research
        Judy Vinson                  Coordinator of Policy Planning and Analysis
        Xavier A. (Andy) Rios                                   Research Analyst
        Edelmirio (Ed) De La Garza                              Research Analyst
        Lydia Flores                                             Senior Secretary
        Emily Villarreal                                  Work Study Office Aide
        Marybel L. Pantoja                                Work Study Office Aide
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                            TABLE OF CONTENTS
I.     A PROFILE OF THE UNIVERSITY                                                  Page

       A.   Institutional Vision, Mission Statement                                    1
       B.   Institutional Goals                                                        3
       C.   Accreditation Listing                                                      5
       D.   Institutional Overview                                                     6
       E.   History of the Institution                                                 7
       F.   The University of Texas System Administration                             17
       G.   The University of Texas-Pan American Administration                       17
       H.   Organizational Charts                                                     19
       I.   Degree Program Listing                                                    25
       J.   Degree Program Changes                                                    29

II.    AT A GLANCE (Statistical Summary)                                              31

III.   ADMISSIONS

       A.   Description of Tables                                                     36
       B.   Applications, Acceptances and Actual Enrollment 1998-2002                 37
       C.   Average Entrance Exam Scores by Demographic Code                          40
       D.   Transfer Students: Top Twenty Transfer Institutions                       44
       E.   Entering Freshmen History Profile: High School Attendance and Ranking     45
       F.   ACT Class Profile for Entering Freshmen                                   45

IV.    FINANCIAL AID

       A.   Description of Tables                                                     46
       B.   All Categories of Financial Aid Entry Action                              47
       C.   All Categories of Financial Aid Classification                            48
       D.   Grants AY 1998 - AY 2002                                                  50
       E.   Loans AY 1998 - AY 2002                                                   54
       F.   Scholarships AY 1998 - AY 2002                                            57
       G.   Student Employment AY 1998 - AY 2002                                      58

V.     STUDENT ENROLLMENT

       A.   Description of Tables                                                     60
       B.   Historical Data                                                           60
       C.   Semester Headcounts by Classification                                     63
       D.   Gender Headcount Analysis                                                 65
       E.   Ethnicity Headcount Analysis                                              67
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VI.     SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION                                                 Page


        A.   Description of Tables                                                        90
        B.   SCH Production per Semester and Division Level AY 1998                       94
        C.   SCH Production by College, Departmental and Subject/Program Unit AY 1998     95
        D.   SCH Production per Semester and Division Level AY 1999                      108
        E.   SCH Production by College, Departmental and Subject/Program Unit AY 1999    109
        F.   SCH Production per Semester and Division Level AY 2000                      122
        G.   SCH Production by College, Departmental and Subject/Program Unit AY 2000    123
        H.   SCH Production per Semester and Division Level AY 2001                      136
        I.   SCH Production by College, Departmental and Subject/Program Unit AY 2001    137
        J.   SCH Production per Semester and Division Level AY 2002                      152
        K.   SCH Production by College, Departmental and Subject/Program Unit AY 2002    153

VII.    GRADUATION

        A.   Description of Tables                                                       168
        B.   Graduation History from 1928 to present day                                 169
        C.   6-Year Graduation Analysis                                                  174
        D.   Graduation Headcount by Academic Unit and Discipline                        175
        E.   Graduation Headcount by Gender and Ethnicity                                181

VIII.   FACULTY AND STAFF

        A.   Description of Tables                                                       183
        B.   Faculty Headcount Demographics                                              184
        C.   Faculty FTE Demographics                                                    185
        D.   Faculty Average Salary Demographics                                         186
        E.   Faculty Workload Demographics                                               187
        F.   Staff Headcount Demographics                                                199

IX.     BUSINESS AND FINANCE

        A.   Current Funds Revenues                                                      202
        B.   Current Funds Expenditures                                                  203
        C.   Research Expenditures                                                       205
        D.   Investment in Plant Tables                                                  206
        E.   Endowment Funds, Scholarships and Fellowships                               211
        F.   FY2003 Budget Data: Method of Financing                                     212
        G.   FY2002 and FY2003 Budget Data: General Appropriations                       213
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                           TABLE OF CONTENTS
                                         continued
XI.     COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

        A.   Description of Tables                                      243
        B.   Enrollment                                                 244
        C.   Hispanic Enrollment, Male Enrollment, and SCH Production   246
        D.   Undergraduate Degrees Awarded                              248
        E.   Graduate Degrees Awarded                                   249
        F.   Faculty Demographics                                       252
        G.   Facilities Data and Legislative Appropriations             253

XII.    GLOSSARY                                                        255

XIII.   SUBJECT INDEX                                                   258
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                   THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN

                                          VISION

The University of Texas-Pan American will be a first-class doctoral university and the
educational leader for South Texas, addressing the expanding needs of a multicultural,
metropolitan area by offering a broad spectrum of undergraduate, graduate, and professional
degree programs, by maximizing access opportunities for qualified applicants, and by
pursuing research and providing professional services that emphasize the economic
development, educational advancement, health improvement, environmental protection, and
cultural confluence of the international borderland.



                                 MISSION STATEMENT


The University of Texas-Pan American is a comprehensive general academic component
of The University of Texas System established to serve the higher education needs of South
Texas. The University is committed to excellence in instruction, student performance,
research, scholarly accomplishment, and professional service, and to expansion of
international emphasis in all major areas of institutional endeavor.

The University of Texas-Pan American is committed to providing an environment of
academic freedom in which faculty engage in teaching, research, and service. Students learn
from faculty scholars who engage in research and creative activity to promote excellence in
teaching, to develop and maintain scholarship, and to extend human knowledge. The results
of that research and creativity are shared with the general public through performance,
presentation, publication, and public service activities.

The University of Texas-Pan American strives to fulfill its responsibilities by providing a
variety of quality academic programs in social and behavioral sciences, science and
engineering, arts and humanities, health sciences and human services, education, and
business administration leading to degrees at the undergraduate and graduate level and to
certification in selected professions. These programs are grounded in the liberal arts and
emphasize competency, multicultural understanding, and high ethical standards.

The University of Texas-Pan American is committed to maintaining an admissions policy
that recognizes the complex educational needs of its students and that provides access to
qualified applicants. The University pledges itself to the fullest development of its students
by seeking financial assistance, providing appropriate developmental and support services,
and offering enriched programs. In addition, the University is committed to providing
appropriate and current library, information technology, computer, laboratory, and physical
resources to support its academic programs and to evaluating consistently and responsibly the
effectiveness of its instructional programs.


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The University of Texas-Pan American seeks to complement the instructional programs of
the institution by:

•   reflecting and responding to the international, multicultural, multilingual character of the
    Pan American community;

•   providing a wide range of extracurricular activities and experiences which enhance the
    region's intellectual, cultural, civic, social, economic, and physical environment;

•   maintaining services that accommodate and fulfill personal needs and that enrich the
    academic and social development of students;

•   involving the institution in the community by providing services, programs, continuing
    education, cultural experiences, educational leadership, and expertise to the community-
    at-large;

•   encouraging the community-at-large to contribute to the effectiveness of their University;
    and

•   cooperating with other institutions, schools, communities, and agencies to maximize
    educational opportunity and effectiveness through resource sharing and collaborative
    efforts.

                                                        Approved by Strategic Planning Committee 2/5/96
                                                               Approved by President’s Council 3/18/96
                                                                   Approved by General Faculty 3/17/97
                                                                           Approved by THECB 7/30/97




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                            INSTITUTIONAL GOALS
     Institutional         State                                Goal
      Goal Area           Category                            Statement

ACCESS                                  To extend the benefits of higher education to more
 AND SUCCESS                            people and improve student access and success by
                                        providing all qualified learners with the
                                        opportunity to have and pursue high educational
                                        aspirations and the financial, academic, and co-
                                        curricular support to fulfill their educational goals.

TEACHING-LEARNING         Provide       To educate a multicultural populace for life, work,
                        Instruction:    and leadership in a global society through the
                                        provision of high quality bachelor’s master’s,
                                        doctoral, and professional degree and certification
                                        programs.

RESEARCH,                Conduct        To become the doctoral research university of
 SCHOLARSHIP             Research       South Texas through the discovery, development,
 AND ARTISTIC                           dissemination, and application of knowledge,
 PRODUCTION                             insight, and understanding through research,
                                        scholarship, and artistic activities that promote
                                        health, social well-being, and economic prosperity
                                        in the region and beyond.

PROFESSIONAL              Provide       To enhance the general quality of life in the
 SERVICE                  Public        borderland region by providing professional and
 AND                      Service       educational expertise and by offering
 COMMUNITY                              informational, cultural, technological, and life
 BETTERMENT                             enrichment resources and services.

TEACHER                                 To be a state leader in the preparation and
 PREPARATION AND                        production of public school teachers and lead the
 EDUCATIONAL                            regional effort to improve education at all levels
 LEADERSHIP                             by example, by association, and by assistance.

INSTITUTIONAL           Institutional   To promote fulfillment of the institutional mission
  MANAGEMENT              Support       through effective and efficient support services
 AND                                    and ancillary operations and through responsible
 SUPPORT                                stewardship of University resources.
 SERVICES




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 DIVERSITY                    Promote        To maximize participation of historically
                                HUB          underrepresented groups as students, faculty, staff,
                              Inclusion      and administrators, and to foster meaningful and
                                             substantive inclusion of historically underutilized
                                             businesses in the provision of goods and services
                                             to the institution.

RESOURCE                                     To support and strengthen higher education
 ACQUISITION                                 opportunities, programs, and services by acquiring
                                             and applying resources from state, federal, and
                                             non-governmental sources.


OVER-ARCHING GOALS

During FY 2002-03, The University of Texas-Pan American will focus institutional attention
and energy on three over-arching goals derived from the institutional goals:

   •   To improve student access and success
   •   To be a state leader in the preparation and production of public school teachers
   •   To become the doctoral research university in South Texas

While the University will seek to fulfill all institutional goals, these three over-arching goals
will be the institutional priority and will figure prominently in all institutional planning and
resource allocation decisions. These priority goals will lead the institution toward fulfillment
of its vision and will address state and system-wide initiatives in the areas of participation,
success, excellence, and research.




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                                 ACCREDITATION

The University of Texas-Pan American is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the
  Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia,
      telephone 404/679-4501) to award bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees.

          The following programs are separately accredited or approved by the

         Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE)--
                      American Occupational Therapy Association

   The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International)-

                              American Chemical Society

                             American Dietetic Association

                   American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

                    Board of Nurse Examiners for the State of Texas

                       The Council on Rehabilitation Education

                        The Council on Social Work Education

                    Engineering Accreditation Commission of the
                 Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology

             National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences

                      National Association of Schools of Theatre

                         State Board for Educator Certification

                               Texas Education Agency


               The University of Texas-Pan American is a member of the

                American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
                American Association of State Colleges and Universities
                           American Council on Education
                    Association for Continuing Higher Education
                      Conference of Southern Graduate Schools
                  Council for Advancement and Support of Education
                             Council of Graduate Schools
                  Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities


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                          INSTITUTIONAL OVERVIEW

The University of Texas-Pan American, a general academic component of The University of
Texas System, is a comprehensive university located in Edinburg, Texas, the county seat of
Hidalgo County, the most populous of the four counties that comprise the area known as the
Lower Rio Grande Valley. Hidalgo County is coextensive with the McAllen-Edinburg-
Mission metropolitan statistical area (MSA). The southern border of Hidalgo County is the
Rio Grande River, the international border between Mexico and the United States of
America.

The University of Texas-Pan American began existence in 1927 as Edinburg College, a two-
year community college created by the Edinburg School District. In the seventy-three years
since its inception, the institution has gone through a number of name and mission changes as
it has grown and evolved into the university it is today. Among the most significant of the
changes were adding a senior division in 1952, gaining state support in 1965, attaining
university status in 1971, and joining The University of Texas System in 1989. In 1991, the
university's upper-level center in Brownsville became a free-standing component of the UT
System, The University of Texas at Brownsville. In 1993, the Texas Higher Education
Coordinating Board approved the first doctoral degree program for UT Pan American,
moving it to a new level of degree-granting authority.

UT Pan American now operates under the provisions of Chapter 77 of Title III of the Texas
Education Code (3V.T.C.A. Education Code). The institution is governed by the nine-
member Board of Regents of The University of Texas System. Currently, the institution is
authorized by The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to offer fifty-six bachelor's
degree programs, forty-two master's degree programs, and two doctoral degree programs. It
also offers a cooperative Doctor of Pharmacy degree in conjunction with The University of
Texas at Austin. The university is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools with the latest evaluation occurring in 1996. In
1998, the Commission on Colleges approved the university’s request for substantive change,
granting the institution accreditation at Level V, the level for doctoral-degree granting
institutions. Programs at UT Pan American are also accredited by the Accreditation Council
for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) of the American Occupational Therapy
Association, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB
International), the American Chemical Society, the American Dietetic Association, the
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, the Board of Nurse Examiners for the
State of Texas, the Council on Rehabilitation Education, the Council on Social Work
Education, Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for
Engineering and Technology, the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory
Sciences (NAACLS), and the National Association of Schools of Theatre. Teacher education
programs at the institution are approved by the State Board for Educator Certification and the
Texas Education Agency.


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                           HISTORY OF THE INSTITUTION


The institution that is now The University of Texas-Pan American began existence as a
community college in 1927. In the three-quarters of a century since it began operation, the
institution has substantially broadened its role and scope, increased its enrollment and
offerings, and changed its name six times. Today, it is the tenth largest of the state's 35
senior institutions.


Edinburg College 1927-1933

The institution opened its doors on September 9, 1927, as Edinburg College, a two-year
community college created by the Edinburg School District. The superintendent of schools
at that time, H.C. Baker became the college's first president. His assistant, R.P. Ward,
became the first dean of faculty and director of the college. With the exception of a few
interludes--1928 to 1931 and 1944 to 1946--Ward served the college continuously until his
retirement in 1959. From 1931 on, he served as president.

The initial value of the buildings and equipment was estimated at one million dollars. Basic
facilities consisted of an administration building, a science building, an industrial arts
building and a library. The faculty generally numbered 20 to 30 teachers, many of whom
taught both in area high schools and the college. The first graduating class had five students.
During the first three years, enrollment increased to about 250 students and 35 graduates per
year.

Even though it was established as a community college, the institution's outlook has always
been much broader, encompassing not just the Edinburg School District, but the whole of the
Lower Rio Grande Valley, as expressed in the original dedication statement: "Edinburg
College is dedicated to. . . bringing higher educational advantages to every young man and
every young woman of the Valley, and to serving the mature citizenship of its territory . . ."
Edinburg College became the gateway to higher education for thousands of Valley people.


Edinburg Junior College 1933-1948

In 1933, the word "Junior" was added so that the name would reflect the scope of the
institution. There was no change in operation or control by the Edinburg School District.
The school was approved by the State Department of Education, was designated a First Class
Junior college by the Association of Texas Colleges, and became a member of the
Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of Southern States. During the early part of
this period, the number of faculty remained at about 25, and the number of graduates
increased to about 70 in 1940. In 1942, the Edinburg School Board was designated as a
Board of Trustees of the College. During the war years, five members of the faculty went on
leave for military service and the number of graduates decreased to about fifteen a year. In
1944 and 1945, all graduates were female. H. A. Hodges was acting director of the College

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from 1944 to 1946 while Ward was in the service. The immediate post-war years saw an
increase in faculty from 20 to 45 and the number of graduates to about 100 per year.


Edinburg Regional College 1948-1952

On its 21st anniversary, the college was designated a Regional College, thus legally
separating it from the Edinburg School District. However, there was no change in the
governing Board of Trustees at this time. Also, partial state support was granted. In 1950, 8
1/2 acres of land were purchased to the west of the original campus. The first facility on the
new "West Campus" was a gymnasium.

The first major change in direction of the college was initiated on May 13, 1951, when the
state legislature passed legislation, signed by the Governor on May 19, 1951, enabling the
people of Hidalgo County to vote on the establishment of a four-year college to serve the
needs of the district. The election was held on December 20, 1951, and the Pan American
Regional College District was approved. The name Pan American College was selected both
to emphasize the institution's location near the international border with Mexico and to avoid
identification with just one of the communities in the region the college was intended to
serve. The Hidalgo County Commissioners Court appointed the first eight-member Board of
Regents in January, 1952. A.L. Cramer was the first president of the board. R.P. Ward
continued as president of the college.


Pan American College 1952-1965

The former Edinburg Regional College became the junior division of the new College and
continued to function under the laws governing junior colleges. A senior division was
established to furnish upper level work and award degrees. Between 1952 and 1963 the
permanent faculty increased from 54 to 80 members. The annual number of graduates more
than doubled, from 48 to 102. It became evident in the early part of this period that the old
campus could not meet the increased enrollment. Overtures were made by the City of
McAllen to move the school to that community. However, in 1957-58 citizens under the
leadership of school officials made it possible to obtain 105 acres of "West Campus" land in
Edinburg and a master building plan was approved. In 1959, Ward resigned as president of
the College after 22 years of outstanding service. H.A. Hodges was appointed acting
president.

By 1960, six new facilities were completed on the West Campus: a new Library, the
Engineering Building, the College Center, the Orville I. Cox Tennis Courts (Cox was a
student in 1928-29 and became president of the Board of Regents in 1958), the Observatory,
and the baseball field.

In 1960, Dr. Ralph Schilling was appointed president of the College by the Board of Regents.
The main thrust during the next few years was to complete the initial Master Plan building
and to become a State College. On September 1, 1963, Pan American College legally
became a part of the Texas System of Colleges and Universities. A two-year transition

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period was provided during which the school passed from partial state support to full state
assistance, control and ownership. Two dormitories, Southwick Hall and Emilia Hall, and
the Liberal Arts Building were completed, and a new Administration Building started.

On September 1, 1965, the College officially became the 22nd state-supported senior
institution in Texas. Henry Morris was elected the first president of the Board of Regents
appointed by the Governor of the State. Dr. Schilling continued as President of the College.


Pan American College 1965-71

The College operated under three divisions: Arts and Sciences, Education, and Business
Administration. Degrees awarded were B.A. B.S., and B.B.A. Extension courses were
authorized for all four counties of the Lower Rio Grande Valley. These were years of major
changes in physical plant and enrollment. Upon completion of the original West Campus
building program (1957-1965), property assets were about $3.5 million. A state-funded
Phase I Building Program was instituted that saw the construction of a Fine Arts Complex,
Library, Science Building, College Center, President's Residence, Physical Education
Complex and Education Building. At the center of the campus, the Chapel of the Lord's
Prayer was completed -- a donation from Mrs. Joe Crump of Mission, Texas, and her late
husband. Physical assets grew to $17 million in 1971.

The new facilities were needed to keep up with growing enrollments and increased faculty
size. The number of faculty increased from 81 to 162, enrollment to more than 5,000, and
graduates to more than 300 per year.

In the late Sixties, the institution responded to increasing requests to provide graduate level
work. In 1970 Pan American received approval to offer graduate instruction in the arts,
education, and science. To reflect the increased range of studies available, the name of the
school was changed to Pan American University effective September 1, 1971.


Pan American University 1971-1981

The decade of the 1970's was a period of growth for Pan American University -- in
enrollment, physical plant, and academic programs. It was the period when Pan American
became a university in both name and substance.

Enrollments grew from 6,000 to more than 9,000. The West campus grew from a handful of
buildings interspersed with few palm trees on a large tract of land to one of the state's most
attractive and architecturally unique college campuses. New degree programs were added at
the graduate and undergraduate levels and the academic organization chart evolved as new
majors spawned new departments and new departments gave rise to new schools.

In 1968, four schools were created from what had been three academic divisions. In 1972,
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the School of Social Science and a year later the Division of Health Related Professions was
created. The curriculum reflected a maturing and dynamic academic program.

The Seventies were also the time of great physical growth. New buildings included the
men's and women's residence halls (1970), the Fine Arts Complex (1970), the School of
Education and the Marine Biology Lab on South Padre Island (1972), the Nursing Education
and the Business Administration buildings (1975), the Liberal Arts building (1976), the
Learning Resource Center and the physical plant complex (1977), and the University
Bookstore (1978). The University Center (1971) and the baseball stadium (1975) were
expanded and remodeled.

In 1973, Pan American University began to offer courses in Brownsville to better serve the
citizens of Cameron County and the Lower Rio Grande Valley. Cameron County residents
were already being served by Texas Southmost College and the Texas State Technical
Institute, but there was no convenient option for graduates of those and other schools to
continue their education at the baccalaureate or graduate levels. To provide those
opportunities, upper division and graduate courses were offered by Pan American University
on the Texas Southmost campus.

In 1977, the Texas Legislature authorized Pan American University's Board of Regents to
establish Pan American University at Brownsville. PAU-B operated under the aegis of the
PAU Board of Regents and was authorized to offer courses and degree programs approved
by the Coordinating Board for the Edinburg campus. Dr. Arnulfo Oliveira, then President of
Texas Southmost College and a former professor of history on the Edinburg campus, was
appointed as the first president of PAU-B. He served until his death in 1981 and was
succeeded by Dr. Homer J. Peña, who had been Vice President for Business Affairs on the
Edinburg campus.

PAU-B continued to lease classroom and library space from Texas Southmost College.
Enrollment grew from 392 students in 1973 to 1,134 in 1980.

The Eighties

Between 1960 and 1981, Dr. Ralph Schilling led Pan American University through a period
of rapid growth, through its admission to the state system, and through the transition from
college to university status, and, in many respects, he was the architect of the new campus.
As the new decade began, he announced that he would retire in August 1981. After a
national search, the Board of Regents found his successor from within the university–Dr.
Miguel Nevárez, Vice President for Student Affairs. He became the first Hispanic and first
Valley native to lead the institution.

In his inaugural address in December of 1981, Nevárez said one of his top priorities was to
ensure that all Pan American graduates received a strong liberal arts education regardless of
their major. To accomplish that, he called for revision and expansion of the university's
general education requirements and creation of a University College. He called for a
continued open admissions policy and strengthening of the counseling, advising, and tutoring
program for all students. In 1983, the faculty approved a sweeping revision of the general

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education requirements and plans for a University College, all of which were implemented in
the Fall 1984. In addition, a College of Arts and Sciences was created from a merger of the
Schools of Social Sciences, Humanities, and Science and Mathematics to provide for more
effective administration of the University College program. To better serve underprepared
students, a Freshman Studies Program was created.

The University's physical plant also continued to grow. New additions to the campus
included a new administration building, a Biology annex to the Science Building, and a track
and field facility (1983), the Communication Arts and Sciences Building (1985), and a
second Health and Physical Education Building (1986). expansion of The Student Services
Building was expanded (1984), and extensive renovation were done to the Computer Center
(1983), the Business Administration Building and the Learning Resource Center(1984), and
the Liberal Arts Building (1985).

The Merger

On September 1, 1989, Pan American University officially became the University of Texas-
Pan American. The historic event culminated two years of study, hearings, discussion, and
negotiations involving regents, legislators, faculty, students, alumni, and the community. In
the Texas Legislature, the vote on the merger bill in April was unanimous in the Senate and
virtually unanimous (one nay) in the House. It was signed by Governor Bill Clements on
May 26.

Proposals to "merge" or "affiliate" Pan American with one system or another date to the early
1930's, when, as a junior college, local school board members talked about affiliating with
one of the larger state universities.

In the mid-70's, there was a strong movement for the university to join the University of
Texas System, but the proposal had less than unanimous support among students, alumni,
regents, legislators, and the public.

In the early Eighties, legislators from the Coastal Bend area promoted the idea of bringing
Pan American into the then-existing University of South Texas System that included Corpus
Christi State, Texas A&I, and Laredo State. The addition of Pan American would have
doubled that system's enrollment.

In the mid-Eighties, Governor Bill Clements appointed a Select Committee on Higher
Education to propose improvements and reforms for higher education as the Select
Committee on Public Education, chaired by Ross Perot, had done for public education a few
years earlier.

One of the problems posed to the Select Committee was how best to organize higher
education to serve South Texas. The region was ably represented on that Committee by
federal judge Reynaldo G. Garza of Brownsville. Judge Garza forcefully and articulately
argued the case for expansion and improvement of higher education opportunities in South
Texas. The Committee agreed and its recommendations provided further impetus for the
eventual merger with the University of Texas System.

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To study the legislative options for South Texas, the 70th Texas Legislature, in 1987,
appointed a Joint Committee on Higher Education that met throughout 1988, and the Texas
Senate passed Senate Resolution 124, requiring the U.T. and Texas A&M Systems to look at
the state of higher education in South Texas to determine how they, the state's two flagship
systems, could contribute.

From their study, the U.T. System and its components discovered a convergence of interests
with Pan American University, especially in the areas of health care, economic development,
and engineering. The Texas A&M System found its strongest common interests with the
University System of South Texas.

Before endorsing the idea of the merger, regents of the U.T. System and Pan American
agreed upon an ambitious plan of cooperative programs and expansion of Pan American's
curriculum.

With the addition of Pan American to the U.T. System, the System gained a "window on
Mexico and Central and South America" and a strong presence in one of the fastest-growing
regions of the state. To its advantage, Pan American gained the participation and support of
the system and its components in expanding the number of and improving the quality of the
academic opportunities it offers its students. To its advantage, the Rio Grande Valley now
has the concerted attention and resources of the System to address the many challenges and
opportunities it faces in the areas of health care, education, and economic development.

Pan American University's campus in Brownsville became The University of Texas-Pan
American at Brownsville as a part of the merger in 1989. In 1989, its enrollment had
increased to 1,476. In 1991, the 72nd Legislature passed legislation making the Brownsville
institution a free-standing upper-level component of The University of Texas System named
The University of Texas at Brownsville. The legislation also authorized UTB to enter into a
unique partnership agreement with Texas Southmost College that merged their administrative
functions and had the effect of making a seamless affiliation of the junior and senior
institutions.


The University of Texas-Pan American, 1989 -

As the last decade of the twenty-first century began, the University of Texas-Pan American
continued its pattern of growth and expansion. With greater legislative attention focused on
the higher education needs of South Texas and with the support of the University of Texas
System, U. T. Pan American continued to broaden its curriculum, adding additional
baccalaureate and master's level degree programs. With special line item funding, the
institution was able to begin three new engineering degree programs and begin development
of new doctoral programs in educational leadership and international business. During 1993,
a proposal to upgrade the status of the Division of Health Related Professions was approved.
In Fall 1993, the division became the School of Health Sciences.



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The physical plant also continued to expand. A temporary engineering lab was constructed
beside the Academic Support Facility while a capital campaign was mounted to secure
funding for a new engineering building. The Nursing Education Building was expanded,
doubling its previous size. A new Academic Services Building was constructed to house all
of the institution's computer labs and Technology Resources.

The 73rd Legislature continued to promote the expansion of higher education in South Texas.
UT Pan American was provided special funding to construct its engineering building and to
develop additional new programs. In addition, the Legislature approved the creation of a
new community college in Hidalgo County, providing UT Pan American the opportunity to
concentrate on its university-level goals and directions.

In Fall 1994, the THECB approved UT Pan American's first doctoral degree, a PhD program
in International Business, effectively marking the beginning of a new era in the development
of the institution as it made a substantive change in the range of programs offered. The
THECB also approved a cooperative doctoral program in educational leadership between UT
Pan American and UT Austin. The cooperative degree program was to go through a three-
stage process, becoming UT Pan American's second free-standing doctoral program in the
third stage. UT Pan American continued its expansion at the graduate level with new
master's degree programs in psychology and social work.

In 1995, UT Pan American initiated several significant changes as it continued its evolution
into a comprehensive university for the South Texas region. The presence of the new
community college in the area gave the university the opportunity to begin restricting
admissions at the undergraduate level. At the same time, the institution began a new
enrollment management effort to expand recruitment activities and improve retention. The
Division of Academic Affairs implemented a major reorganization into six colleges–Business
Administration, Education, Health Sciences and Human Services, Liberal and Performing
Arts, Science and Engineering, and Social and Behavioral Sciences. The head of the
Division of Student Affairs was designated a vice presidency as the division's scope
expanded. A number of centers oriented toward service to the external community were
reorganized into Center Operations and Community Services (COSERVE), a new
administrative unit reporting to the President. A new Science Building designed to
accommodate growing enrollments, expanded programs, and increased emphasis on research
was designed as a complement to the new engineering facility.

In 1996, the University completed its two-year process of self-evaluation to obtain
reaffirmation of its institutional accreditation by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). The process included an exhaustive Self-
Study Report produced by committees of faculty, staff, and students, a Follow-up Report
developed by the President’s Council, a campus visit and review by a Reaffirmation
Committee from SACS and a subsequent committee report, and an Institutional Response to
the report. The institution’s accreditation was reaffirmed at the annual meeting of SACS in
December 1996. In addition, 1996 saw the opening of the new Engineering Building and
construction of the new Science Building continued. Additional facilities matters included
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Addition, and the renovation of the old Science Complex scheduled to be vacated when the
new Science Building is occupied.

The University continued to add new degree programs and facilities in 1997. New master’s
degree programs in Computer Science, Special Education, Art, and Rehabilitation
Counseling were approved and master’s degree programs in Criminal Justice and Nurse
Practitioner were advanced for approval. The Engineering Programs received a three-year
initial accreditation from the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. The new
155,000 square foot Science Building was completed and occupied. Design was completed
and construction begun on the International Trade and Technology Building which was
scheduled for occupancy in Spring 1998. Design was completed on a 49,000 square foot
addition to the Library and the renovation of the Old Science Complex as an expansion for
the College of Health Sciences and Human Services. Students voted to assess a Student
Union Fee, paving the way for a design committee to be appointed to plan for a new Student
Union Building. The Vice President for Academic Affairs retired in August 1997, and a
national search was begun to find someone to become the new Provost/Vice President for
Academic Affairs.

In 1998, the University marked a number of significant milestones in its continuing evolution
into the comprehensive doctoral institution for South Texas. The Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools approved the University’s Request for Substantive Change, granting
the institution accreditation at Level V, the level for doctoral-degree granting institutions. In
May, the University awarded its first doctoral degree, a Ph.D. in Business Administration
with an emphasis in International Business. In October, the Texas Higher Education
Coordinating Board approved free-standing status for the University’s second doctoral
program, an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership. Master’s degree programs in criminal justice
and family nurse practitioner were also approved for implementation. National searches to
fill the positions of Provost and Dean of the College of Science and Engineering were
successfully concluded. Construction of the International Trade and Technology Building
was completed, providing a new home for many of the institution’s public service operations.
Other construction projects included a major addition to the Library and the complete
renovation of the former Science Building for Health Sciences and Human Services as well
as design work on a new General Classroom and Computer Center building, a new Student
Union, and the first phase of apartment-style student housing. University programs began to
use the facilities of the former Lamar Elementary School, adding twelve additional acres to
the north side of the campus area.

In the 1998-99 academic year, the University embarked on a major initiative entitled
Improving Student Access and Success, calling upon all elements of the institution to
redouble their efforts to encourage high educational aspirations among Valley young people,
to facilitate their enrollment, and to increase the retention and graduation rates of those who
enrolled. To institutionalize the Initiative, the institution proposed some administrative
reorganization to consolidate the non-faculty elements of the enrollment management effort
into a single division. Accordingly, the President recommended to the UT System that a
Division of Enrollment and Student Services be created, including outreach and recruitment,
admissions and records, financial aid, the Learning Assistance Center, and the units that
made up the former Division of Student Affairs. The approved reorganization went into

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effect with the beginning of FY 2000 in September 1999. Another reorganization combined
the public service programs of CoSERVE (the Office of Center Operations and Community
Service) with the units of the Division of Institutional Advancement to create a new Division
of External Affairs. On the academic side, the University continued to expand its program
offerings, earning approval to add two former cooperative programs—Physician Assistant
Studies and Occupational Therapy—to its list of free-standing programs. A Center for
Distance Learning and Teaching Excellence was created to coordinate distance education and
to support faculty seeking to enhance their teaching through technological innovation.
Construction on the new Student Union, the General Classroom and Computer Center
building, and new apartment-style student housing began. The University continued its
efforts to add acreage to the campus to accommodate future growth and expansion.

During the last year of the twentieth century, The University of Texas-Pan American
continued to expand the availability of graduate and professional programs. The Texas
Higher Education Coordinating Board approved Master of Science in Engineering degrees in
all three areas of engineering available in our engineering program—electrical, mechanical,
and manufacturing. In addition, work began on the development of a Cooperative Doctor of
Pharmacy degree with The University of Texas at Austin, one that would allow students to
spend four years of the six-year program in the Rio Grande Valley. A successful search was
conducted to fill the new Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services position. The
University also conducted a search for a new Dean of the College of Business
Administration. The new Student Union and Bronc Village, the new student apartment
complex, opened for use, and construction continued on the new Math and General
Classroom and Computer Center Building. Planning for a new campus entrance and Visitor
Center got underway with a goal of completing the new “front door” of the campus in time
for the 75th Anniversary celebration.

The New Century

In FY 2001, The University of Texas-Pan American focused institutional attention on three
over-arching goals: to improve student access and success, to be a state leader in the
preparation and production of public school teachers, and to become the doctoral research
institution in South Texas. These institutional initiatives were reviewed by consultants,
discussed in institutional meetings, and analyzed in planning sessions across the campus.
Faculty in the six colleges developed research agendas to move the institution further toward
its goal of becoming a Doctoral Research Intensive institution in the revised Carnegie
classification system. The University approved a new position of Associate Vice President
for Academic Affairs for Research to coordinate the increased emphasis on professional
achievement activities. A successful search was also conducted to fill the dean’s position in
the College of Social and behavioral Sciences. The new Mathematics and General
Classroom and Computer Center buildings were completed and put into service while
construction began on the new Visitors Center and improved campus entrance. Tuition
revenue bond authority granted by the 77th Legislature permitted the University to program
and design an major expansion of the Education Complex and extensive renovation of the
UTPA Annex on Closner. The City of Edinburg opened a new baseball stadium on land
adjacent to the UTPA campus to serve as the home of the Edinburg Roadrunners professional
baseball team and the UTPA Bronc baseball team.

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In FY 2002, The University of Texas-Pan American continued to pursue its three over-
arching goals while also striving to fulfill the goals of the THECB’s plan for higher
education, Closing the Gaps by 2015. All units of the University were directed to address the
institutional goals and strategies to improve student participation and retention in their
strategic plans. UTPA received the largest GEAR UP grant in the country ($28 million over
five years) to encourage and prepare public school students to advance to higher education.
The University also expanded access to higher education by establishing an upper-level
center in Rio Grande City to accommodate citizens in Starr County and the far western
Valley. An extensive review of the institution’s information technology organization and
services resulted in a decision to create a new consolidated IT unit incorporating units that
had previously been distributed across several divisions. Improvements were made to the
main campus entrance, interior drives, and student and staff parking to make the campus
more user-friendly. A steering committee was formed to coordinate preparations for the
celebration of the 75th anniversary of the institution and a special logo was selected for use
during the celebratory year.

The University of Texas-Pan American celebrated its Diamond anniversary as an institution
in 2002-2003. A new Visitors Center was opened as the new “front door” to the institution,
facing the improved campus entrance and assisting visitors and prospective students to find
the campus locations they seek. A new bronze sculpture of the school mascot, the Bronc,
was installed in the Visitor Center plaza and unveiled as part of the 75th Anniversary gala in
November. The institution continued to emphasize its access and success, teacher
preparation and production, and research institution goals. To support the teacher
preparation and production initiative, the Teacher certification Office became a part of the
Provost’s Office rather than a part of the College of Education. Recruitment efforts in
support of Closing the Gaps resulted in enrollment exceeding 14,000 for the first time in
institutional history. The old Math building was renovated to serve as the new centralized
location for the Learning Assistance Center and a new Thermal Storage Tank was
constructed to make the chilled water system that supplies air conditioning to the campus
buildings more efficient. Ground was broken for the construction of the new Biomedical
Research Facility of the Rio Grande Valley Regional Academic Health Center within the
UTPA campus and the old baseball stadium was dismantled to allow for the construction of
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                                 ADMINISTRATION

The University of Texas System
Board of Regents and System Officers (Fall 2002)

Officers of the Board
Charles Miller, Chairman
Rita Crocker Clements, Vice Chairman
Woody L. Hunt, Vice Chairman
A. W. “Dub” Riter, Jr., Vice Chairman
Francie Frederick, Counsel and Secretary to the Board

Members of the Board
Terms Expire February 1, 2003
Patrick C. Oxford (Houston)
A.W. “Dub” Riter Jr. (Tyler)
A.R. (Tony) Sanchez Jr. (Laredo)
Terms Expire February 1, 2005
Woody L. Hunt (El Paso)
Charles Miller (Houston)
Robert A. Estrada (Dallas)
Terms Expire February 1, 2007
Rita Crocker Clements (Dallas)
Judith L. Craven (Houston)
Cyndi Taylor Krier (San Antonio)

Executive Officers
Mark G. Yudof, Chancellor
Theresa A. Sullivan, PhD, Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
James C. Guckian, MD, Acting Executive Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs
Kerry L. Kennedy, Executive Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs
Cullen M. Godfrey, Vice Chancellor and General Counsel
E. Ashley Smith, Vice Chancellor for Governmental Relations and Policy
Shirley Bird Perry, Vice Chancellor for Development and External Relations
Michael D. McKinney, Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs
Ed Sharpe, Vice Chancellor for Educational System Alignment
William H. Shute, Vice Chancellor for Federal Relations
John De La Garza, Vice Chancellor for Community Relations
Charles Sorber, PhD, Interim Vice Chancellor for Special Engineering Programs
Tonya Moten Brown, Vice Chancellor for Administration
Kathleen Pantalion, Executive Associate to the Chancellor
Lewis W. Wright, III, Associate Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs and Assistant Vice Chancellor
         for Governmental Relations
Thomas (Tom) A. Scott, Associate Vice Chancellor for Governmental Relations
Amy Shaw Thomas, Associate Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs
Bob L. Boldt, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer, UTIMCO
Francie A. Frederick, Counsel and Secretary to the Board of Regents


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Administrative Officers

Office of the President
Miguel A. Nevárez, PhD, President
Carol Rausch, Assistant to the President
William L. Morris, Executive Director, Information Technology
Frederick (Ted) von Ende, PhD, Executive Director, Institutional Effectiveness
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Clifford M (Mike) Chrissinger, Director, Internal Audits
Esmeralda Guerra, EO/AA/ADA Officer

Division of Academic Affairs
Rodolfo Arévalo, PhD, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
George P. Avellano, PhD, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Graduate Programs
         and Planning
Wendy Lawrence-Folwer, PhD, Associate Vice President for Research and Sponsored Projects
Ana Maria Rodriguez, PhD, Assistant Vice President for Undergraduate Studies
Gilbert Cardenas, PhD, Assistant Vice President for International Programs
Rodolfo Rocha, PhD, Dean, College of Arts and Humanities
John Emery, PhD, Dean, College of Business Administration
Hilda Medrano, PhD, Dean, College of Education
William McIntyre, PhD, Interim Dean, College of Health Sciences and Human Services
Michael Eastman, PhD, Dean, College of Science and Engineering
Homer Garcia, PhD, Dean, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Lawrence Caylor, Director, University Library
Dora Saavedra, PhD, Director, Honors Studies Program
Doug Young, Director, Center for Distance learning and Teaching Excellence
Paul Villas, PhD, Executive Director, Texas-Mexico Border Health Coordination Office

Division of Business Affairs
James R. Langabeer, Vice President for Business Affairs
Esequiel Granado Jr., Associate Vice President for Business Affairs and Comptroller
Juan C. Gonzalez, Assistant Vice President for Business Affairs and Budget Director
Marco A. Saenz, Assistant to the Vice President
Wilson Ballard, Assistant to the VPBA for Special Projects
Howard Miller, Chief, University Police
Marvin Boland, Director, Facilities Planning and Construction
Albert Ochoa, Director, Facilities Operation
Francisca Rios, Director, Materials Management
Richard Costello, Director, Environmental Health and Safety
Antonio Villalobos, Director, Personnel Services
William Weidner, Director, Intercollegiate Athletics

Division of Enrollment and Student Services
John A. Edwards, PhD, Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services
Dennis McMillan, PhD, Associate Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services
Jody Peña, Director, New Student and Visitor Services
Michelle Alvarado, Director, Student Financial Services and Scholarships
David Zuniga, Director, Admissions and Records
Richard Treviño, Director, Student Support Services
Elvie Perez Davis, Dean of Students, Student Development
Felipe Salinas, Director, Special Programs
Susan Miller, Director, High School to University Services
Rick Gray, Director, Student Health Services
Mary Alice Reyes, EdD, Director, GEAR UP

Division of External Affairs
Roland S. Arriola, Vice President for External Affairs
Bret L. Mann, Executive Director, Office of Center Operations and Community Services (CoSERVE)
Candi Roxas, Director, University Development Center
Lydia Aleman, Director, Endowment and Development Support
Debby Grant, Director, Alumni Relations and Special Projects
Julia Benitez Sullivan, Director, University Relations
Enedelia Piña Kidd, Director, Career Placement Services


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                         DEGREE PROGRAM LISTING

                THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN

                  UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS
                                (as of September 1, 2002)

BACCALAUREATE DEGREE PROGRAMS

  Interdisciplinary Studies Programs
                           Degree Program                   Degrees Offered
      Applied Arts and Sciences-Business Technology         B.A.A.S.
      Applied Arts and Sciences-General/Liberal Arts        B.A.A.S.
      General Studies                                       B.G.S.
      Interdisciplinary Studies                             B.I.S.
      Latin American Business                               B.A.

  College of Arts and Humanities
                           Degree Program                   Degrees Offered
      Art                                                   B.A, B.F.A.
      Art-Biological Illustration                           B.F.A.
      Communication-Journalism                              B.A.
      Communication-Communication Studies                   B.A.
      Communication-Theater                                 B.A.
      English                                               B.A.
      History                                               B.A.
      Inter-American Studies                                B.A.
      Mexican-American Heritage                             B.A.
      Music                                                 B.A.
      Philosophy                                            B.A.
      Social Studies Composite                              B.A.
      Spanish                                               B.A.

  College of Business Administration
                           Degree Program                   Degrees Offered
      Accounting                                            B.B.A.
      Computer Information Systems                          B.B.A.
      Economics                                             B.A., B.B.A.
      Finance                                               B.B.A.
      General Business                                      B.B.A.
      International Business Mgt.                           B.B.A.
      Management                                            B.B.A.
      Marketing                                             B.B.A.


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College of Education
                                 Degree Program                                   Degrees Offered
    Dance                                                                         B.A.
    Health                                                                        B.S.
    Kinesiology                                                                   B.S.

    Note: The School of Education also offers curricula meeting the certification requirements in elementary
        and secondary schools


College of Health Sciences and Human Services
                                 Degree Program                                   Degrees Offered
    Clinical Laboratory Sciences                                                  B.S.
    Communication Disorders                                                       B.A.
    Dietetics                                                                     B.S.
    Nursing (Generic)                                                             B.S.N.
    Rehabilitative Services                                                       B.S.
    Rehabilitative Services-Addictions Studies                                    B.S.
    Social Work                                                                   B.S.W.
    Physician's Assistant                                                         B.S.P.A.S.
    Occupational Therapy                                                          B.S.O.T.

College of Science and Engineering
                                 Degree Program                                   Degrees Offered
    Biology                                                                       B.S.
    Chemistry                                                                     B.S.
    Computer Science                                                              B.S., B.S.C.S.
    Electrical Engineering                                                        B.S.E.E.
    Manufacturing Engineering                                                     B.S.MFG.E.
    Mathematics                                                                   B.S.
    Mechanical Engineering                                                        B.S.M.E.
    Physics                                                                       B.S.

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
                                 Degree Program                                   Degrees Offered
    Anthropology                                                                  B.A.
    Corrections                                                                   B.S.C.J.
    Police Administration                                                         B.S.C.J.
    Political Science                                                             B.A.
    Psychology                                                                    B.A., B.S.
    Sociology                                                                     B.A.




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                         GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS
                                  (as of September 1, 2002)

MASTER'S DEGREES

  Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies Programs
                            Degree Program                    Degrees Offered
      Interdisciplinary Studies                               M.A.I.S., M.S.I.S.

  College of Arts and Humanities
                            Degree Program                    Degrees Offered
      Art                                                     M.F.A.
      Communication                                           M.A.
      English                                                 M.A.
      English as a Second Language                            M.A.
      History                                                 M.A.
      Music                                                   M.M.
      Spanish                                                 M.A.
      Theater                                                 M.A.

  College of Business Administration
                            Degree Program                    Degrees Offered
      Business Administration                                 M.B.A.

  College of Education
                            Degree Program                    Degrees Offered
      Bilingual Education                                     M.Ed.
      Early Childhood Education                               M.Ed.
      Educational Administration                              M.Ed.
      Educational Diagnostician                               M.Ed.
      Elementary Education                                    M.Ed.
      Gifted Education                                        M.Ed.
      Guidance and Counseling                                 M.Ed.
      Kinesiology (Physical Education)                        M.Ed.
      Reading                                                 M.Ed.
      School Psychology                                       M.A.
      Secondary Education                                     M.Ed.
      Special Education                                       M.Ed.
      Supervision                                             M.Ed.

  College of Health Sciences and Human Services
                            Degree Program                    Degrees Offered
      Communication Disorders                                 M.A.
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      Communication Disorders-Bilingual/Bicultural                       M.A.
      Nursing-Nurse Practitioner                                         M.S.N.
      Nursing-Clinical Specialist                                        M.S.N.
      Rehabilitation Counseling                                          M.S.
      Social Work                                                        M.S.S.W.


  College of Science and Engineering
                               Degree Program                            Degrees Offered
      Biology                                                            M.S.
      Computer Science                                                   M.S.
      Electrical Engineering                                             M.S.E.
      Mechanical Engineering                                             M.S.E.
      Manufacturing Engineering                                          M.S.E.
      Mathematics–Mathematical Sciences                                  M.S.
      Mathematics–Mathematics Teaching                                   M.S.

  College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
                               Degree Program                            Degrees Offered
      Criminal Justice                                                   M.S.
      Psychology–Clinical Psychology                                     M.A.
      Psychology–Experimental Psychology                                 M.A.
      Public Administration                                              M.P.A.
      Sociology                                                          M.S.


DOCTORAL DEGREES

  College of Business Administration
                               Degree Program                            Degrees Offered
      Business Administration (with an emphasis in International         Ph.D.
          Business)

  College of Education
                               Degree Program                            Degrees Offered
      Educational Leadership                                             Ed.D.


COOPERATIVE DEGREES

  College of Health Sciences and Human Services
                               Degree Program                            Degrees Offered
      Pharmacy (in cooperation with The University of Texas at Austin;   Pharm.D.
          degree awarded by UT Austin)

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                             DEGREE PROGRAM CHANGES

                                        Additions since 1980

            Degree Program                       Degree               Date Authorized
Associate Degrees
        (none)


Bachelor's Degrees
   Computer Information Systems                  B.B.A.              01/25/1980
   Reading (with Teacher Certification)          B.S.                01/25/1980
   Mexican American Heritage                     B.A.                01/25/1980
   Communications-Speech, Drama,                 B.A.                04/18/1980
       and Journalism
   Finance                                       B.B.A.              04/18/1980
   Nursing                                       B.S.N.              10/20/1981
   Police Administration                         B.S.C.J.            04/30/1982
   Corrections                                   B.S.C.J.            04/30/1982
   Computer Science                              B.S.                10/28/1983
   Applied Arts & Sciences                       B.A.A.S.            04/26/1984
   Physics                                       B.S.                09/12/1984
   Dietetics                                     B.S.                01/25/1985
   Rehabilitation Services                       B.S.                10/31/1986
   Philosophy                                    B.A.                04/22/1988
   Anthropology                                  B.A.                01/26/1990
   International Business                        B.B.A.              10/25/1991
   Nursing (Generic)                             B.S.N.              01/31/1992
   Electrical Engineering                        B.S.E.E.            04/24/1992
   Manufacturing Engineering                     B.S.Mfg.E.          04/24/1992
   Mechanical Engineering                        B.S.M.E.            04/24/1992
   Physician’s Assistant Studies                 B.S.P.A.S.          01/29/1999
   Occupational Therapy                          B.S.O.T.            01/29/1999
   Dance                                         B.A.                07/05/2001
   Social Studies Composite                      B.A.

Master's Degrees
  Interdisciplinary Studies                      M.A.I.S.,M.S.I.S.   01/25/1980
  English as a Second Language                   M.A.                10/28/1983
  History (with specialization in teaching)      M.A.                10/28/1983
  Communication Disorders                        M.A.C.D.            10/26/1984
  Public Administration                          M.P.A.              10/27/1989
  Speech Communication                           M.A.                10/27/1989
  Theater                                        M.A.                01/26/1990
  Gifted Education                               M.Ed.               01/26/1990
  Spanish                                        M.A.                07/13/1990
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   School Psychology                          M.A.                     07/13/1990
   Early Childhood                            M.Ed.                    10/26/1990
   Mathematics (with options in Mathematics   M.S.                     10/25/1991
   Teaching and Mathematical    Sciences)
   Sociology                                  M.S.                     04/30/1993
   Nursing                                    M.S.                     07/16/1993
   Psychology                                 M.A.                     04/29/1994
   Social Work                                M.S.S.W.                 10/28/1994
   Computer Science                           M.S.                     10/18/1996
   Special Education                          M.Ed.                    10/18/1996
   Art                                        M.F.A.                   04/18/1997
   Rehabilitation Counseling                  M.S.                     04/18/1997
   Criminal Justice                           M.S.                     01/23/1998
   MSN Family Nurse Practitioner Track        M.S.                     01/23/1998
   Electrical Engineering                     M.S.E.                   08/25/2000
   Mechanical Engineering                     M.S.E.                   08/25/2000
   Manufacturing Engineering                  M.S.E.                   08/25/2000
   Music                                      M.M.                     02/06/2002

Doctoral Degree Programs
   Business Administration (with              Ph.D.                    10/28/1993
       emphasis in International Business)
   Educational Administration (in             Ed.D (Step 1-most        10/28/1993
       cooperation with UT Austin)            authority with UTAus)
   (replaced by free-standing degree below)   (Step 2-more authority   07/19/1996
                                              to UTPA)
   Educational Leadership                     Ed.D.                    10/23/1998




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                                                                                        Fall 2002
                                                                                       At a Glance

ENROLLMENT                                                                      Student                 Percentage
Level                                                                         Headcount                    of Total
Concurrent Enrollment*                                                               226                      1.6%
Beginning Freshman                                                                 1,433                     10.0%       Headcount statistics are official 12th
Freshman                                                                           2,405                     16.7%       class day figures as reported by the
Sophomore                                                                          2,420                     16.8%       Office of Institutional Effectiveness in its
Sub-Total Lower Division                                                           6,484                     45.1%       CBM001 report to the Texas Higher
                                                                                                                         Education Coordinating Board.
Junior                                                                             2,261                     15.7%
Senior                                                                             3,197                     22.2%       Post baccalaureate students are defined
Post-Baccalaureate                                                                   568                      3.9%       as students who have completed a
Sub-Total Upper Division                                                           6,026                     41.9%       bachelor's degree program but who
Masters                                                                            1,573                     10.9%       continue to take undergraduate courses
                                                                                                                         (as for teacher certification or some
Special-Professional                                                                 235                      1.6%       similar reason).
Doctoral                                                                              74                      0.5%
Sub-Total Graduate Level                                                           1,882                     13.1%
TOTAL HEADCOUNT                                                                      14,392                   100.0%     FTE Student figures are the sum of the
                                                                                                                         undergraduate FTE (UG SCH divided by
Source: Student Information System - Direct Query
                                                                                                                         12) and the master's FTE (GR SCH
                                                                                                                         divided by 9).
Student Full-Time Equivalent (FTE)
Undergraduate                                                                    10,852.0                       90.3%
Graduate                                                                          1,172.0                         9.7%
Total Student FTE                                                                12,024.0                        100%
Source: Student Information System - Direct Query
*Students enrolled in boh High School, as a Junior or Senior, and UTPA.



Semester Credit Hour by Funding Code and Level

           Funding                                               UG                 % of                          GR            % of                 Total                % of
            Code                                                SCH              UG SCH                          SCH         GR SCH                   SCH                Total
 Liberal Arts                                                 72,196               49.9%                        2,166          20.4%                74,362               47.9%
 Science                                                      18,380               12.7%                          260           2.5%                18,640               12.0%
 Fine Arts                                                    11,740                8.1%                          229           2.2%                11,969                7.7%
 Teacher Education                                             6,028                4.2%                        4,302          40.6%                10,330                6.7%
 Engineering                                                   8,738                6.0%                          835           7.9%                 9,573                6.2%
 Home Economics                                                  123                0.1%                          -             0.0%                   123                0.1%
 Social Services                                               1,368                0.9%                          444           4.2%                 1,812                1.2%
 Physical Training                                             1,880                1.3%                          -             0.0%                 1,880                1.2%
 Health Services                                               7,610                5.3%                        1,290          12.2%                 8,900                5.7%
 Business Administration                                      10,699                7.4%                        1,044           9.8%                11,743                7.6%
 Teacher Ed - Fieldwork                                        5,331                3.7%                          -             0.0%                 5,331                3.4%
 Technology                                                      286                0.2%                           33           0.3%                   319                0.2%
                                                                                    0.0%                                        0.0%                   -                  0.0%
 Total State Funded                                         144,379                99.9%                      10,603          100.0%               154,982               99.9%
 Non-State Funded *                                             168                 0.1%                         -              0.0%                   168                0.1%
 Total SCH                                                  144,547               100.0%                      10,603          100.0%               155,150              100.0%
* Non-State funded SCH's are generated by military science and Bible study courses. These are not funded by the state.

Source: Student Information System - Direct Query




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                                                                  At a Glance

Student Characteristics
Source CBM001, Office of Academic Affairs



Enrollment Status                                     UG           % of             GR                 % of         Total of    % of Total
                                                Headcount           UG        Headcount                 GR             Row       Students

Part-Time Students                                   3,902        31.2%           1,447              76.9%            5,349           37.2%
Full-Time Students                                   8,608        68.8%             435              23.1%            9,043           62.8%
All Students                                        12,510       100.0%           1,882             100.0%           14,392          100.0%

                     Enrollment status is determined by the number of hours for which a student is enrolled. Undergraduate
                     students enrolled for fewer than 12 hours are considered part-time; 12 or more hours classifies them as
                        full-time. Graduate students taking fewer than 9 hours are considered part-time; 9 or more hours
                                                           classifies them as full-time.




                                                 Undergraduate                      Graduate                          All Students
Average Age                                           23                               34                                  25



Gender

Level                                                 Male   % of Level         Female          % of Level            Total     % of Total
Undergraduate                                        5,214       41.7%            7,296             58.3%            12,510         86.9%
Graduate                                               687       36.5%            1,195             63.5%             1,882         13.1%
All Students                                         5,901       41.0%            8,491             59.0%            14,392       100.0%




Ethnic Origin

Category                                    Undergraduates         % of       Graduates               % of           Total      % of Total
                                                                    UG                                 GR         Students

White, Non-Hispanic                                  1,182         9.4%             296              15.7%            1,478           10.3%
Black, Non-Hispanic                                     54         0.4%              18               1.0%               72            0.5%
Hispanic                                            10,904        87.2%           1,423              75.6%           12,327           85.7%
Asian/Pacific Islander                                 146         1.2%              34               1.8%              180            1.3%
American Indian                                         13         0.1%               7               0.4%               20            0.1%
Non-Resident Alien                                     211         1.7%             104               5.5%              315            2.2%
Total                                               12,510       100.0%           1,882             100.0%           14,392          100.0%
Total Minority                                      11,328        90.6%           1,586              84.3%           12,914           89.7%




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                                                                                        At a Glance

FACULTY AND STAFF CHARACTERISTICS

     Full-time Headcount                                       Male              Female                 White         Hispanic     Other   Total
FACULTY
Tenure/Tenure Track                                              224                     91               199                 69     47     315
Non-Tenure Track                                                  70                     75                73                 54     18     145
All Faculty                                                      294                    166               272                123     65     460
STAFF
Executive / Administrative                                        43                     26                30                 34      5       69
Other Professional                                               160                    171                83                235     13      331
Technical/ Paraprofessional                                       72                     21                12                 79      2       93
Secretarial / Clerical                                            44                    225                18                251       0     269
Skilled Crafts                                                    45                      4                 5                 44       0      49
Service / Maintenance                                             75                     33                 1                106      1      108
All Staff                                                        439                    480               149                749     21      919
ALL EMPLOYEES                                                    733                    646               421                872     86    1,379
Source: Office of Personnel - IPEDS (as of October ,2001)




Sponsored Research (FY 2002)

FUNDING SOURCE                                                              Amount                Percentage
Federal Government                                                        $ 1,394,780                    53.5%
State Government                                                          $ 913,445                      35.1%
Institution Controlled                                                    $    49,936                     1.9%
Private Source                                                            $ 247,597                       9.5%

Total                                                                     $ 2,605,758                    100%
Source: Survey of Research Expenditures (IPEDS, 2001), Office of Grants and Contracts




Private Gifts and Grants (FY 2002)                                            Current              Capital           Total
                                                                                Use                 Use
Corporations & Businesses                                                 $   6,214,180       $      129,176     $    6,343,356
Religious Organizations                                                   $          52       $            -     $           52
Alumni                                                                    $      39,507       $       12,743     $       52,250
Non-Alumni (Individuals/Family)                                           $     252,647       $      286,854     $      539,501
Foundations                                                               $     514,470       $       22,500     $      536,970
Fund-Raising Consortia                                                    $      36,306       $            -     $       36,306
Other                                                                     $     119,403       $         5,200    $      124,603
* Total                                                                   $ 7,176,565         $       456,473    $    7,633,038
*Includes Restricted and Unrestricted Amounts.

Source: Office of External Affairs




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                                                                                  At a Glance


Current Operating Revenue FY 2002 (unaudited and subject to change)



TYPE                                                                                          Amount           % of Total
General Revenue Appropriation                                                            $    58,021,195              41.5%
Net Tuition and Fees                                                                             981,343                0.7%
State Grants & Contracts                                                                       9,907,077                7.1%
Other E & G                                                                                    1,613,033                1.2%
Sub-Total                                                                                     70,522,648              50.4%
Designated Funds                                                                              21,177,408                15.1%
Auxiliary Enterprises                                                                         10,919,107                 7.8%
Contract & Grant Funds/Restricted Current Funds                                               37,328,752                26.7%

Sub-Total Non E & G                                                                           69,425,267                49.6%

Total                                                                                    $ 139,947,915               100.0%
Source: Office of the Comptroller - Annual Financial Report Exhibit D




Market Value
Endowment (as of August 31,2002)                                                                           $     21,258,533
Source: Office of the Comptroller-Annual Financial Schedule B-6A




INVESTMENT IN PLANT, Net of Related Debt (as of August 31, 2002)

                                            Buildings                                                      $     81,873,604
                                            Land                                                           $      2,388,043
                                            Improvements other than Buildings                              $      1,861,589
                                            Library Books, Museums & Art Collections                       $     19,973,468
                                            Equipment                                                      $      8,335,145
                                            Construction in Progress                                       $      4,471,961
                                            Vehicles & Aircraft                                            $        214,958



Total                                                                                                      $    119,118,768

Buildings:                                                                                      1,942,518 Square Feet
Source: Office of the Comptroller - Annual Financial Report Schedule S-11b




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                                          Fall 2002
                                         At a Glance




Land:                       186.1 acre Main Campus
                             52.1 acre, Other
                                  Carrying Value:                $      2,388,043




Setting



Name of Immediate SMSA:          McAllen-Edinburg-Mission
                                 (Hidalgo County)



Population of SMSA:              608,062 based on Texas State Comptroller projection for July 2002.



Colleges and Universities        South Texas Community College - Hidalgo & Starr Counties
within 50 miles:                 Texas State Technical College - Harlingen




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                                                    ADMISSIONS


The material in this section was supplied in part by the Office of Admission and Records with other data
developed by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. There are four categories of information in the
Admissions Section:

                             Applicant Information: A breakdown of all who applied for admission to
                             UTPA from Fall 1998 to Fall 2002. The information identifies the applicants
                             by applicant level, admission outcome, type, gender and ethnicity.

                             Admission Test Scores: A series of tables listing all the average test
                             scores submitted for admission to UTPA. This material breaks down the
                             score averages by gender, ethnicity and test section.

                             Top Twenty Institutions: A count of the top Transfer Institutions and High
                             Schools represented by newly admitted students from Fall 1998 to Fall
                             2002

                             Class Ranking: A breakdown and percentage analysis of entering
                             freshmen by their reported high school class ranking.

      Significant Findings

                             The percentage of entering freshmen who enrolled from Fall 2001 to Fall 2002 has
                             decreased by .7%; this represents an decrease in headcount of 15 applicants.



                             The percentage of transfer students accepted to those actually enrolled has
                             increased by 4.1%.



                             The number of first time transfer students from STCC has continued to increase;
                             352 students have transferred to UTPA, an increase of 40.2% from last fall.



                             The composite GRE scores have decreased by 8.1% while the GMAT scores have
                             increased by 9.7% between 2001 and 2002.




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                                                                            ADMISSIONS
                                                  Applications, Acceptances and Actual Enrollment

                                                Fall 1998                   Fall 1999            Fall 2000              Fall 2001        Fall 2002
                                                        N            %∆            N      %∆            N      %∆        N        %∆      N        %∆

UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                 Entering Freshmen
                             Applied                3703             8.8%      3658      -1.2%      4665      27.5%    4841    3.8%     5728    18.3%
                           Accepted                 3703             8.8%      2971     -19.8%      3530      18.8%    3895   10.3%     4099     5.2%
         Accepted as a % of Applied                100%              0.0%      81%      -18.8%      76%       -6.8%    80%     6.3%     72%    -11.1%
                            Enrolled                1729            -6.6%      1675      -3.1%      1732       3.4%    2073   19.7%     2058    -0.7%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                46.7%           -14.2%     56.4%      20.7%     49.1%     -13.0%   53.2%    8.5%    50.2%    -5.7%

      First Time Transfer in College
                             Applied
                           Accepted
                                                        Included in Transfer                                           1019
                                                                                                                       1019
                                                                                                                               0.0%
                                                                                                                               0.0%
                                                                                                                                        1158
                                                                                                                                        1158
                                                                                                                                               13.6%
                                                                                                                                               13.6%
        Accepted as a % of Applied
                            Enrolled
                                                            Counts below                                              100%
                                                                                                                        584
                                                                                                                               0.0%
                                                                                                                               0.0%
                                                                                                                                       100%
                                                                                                                                         622
                                                                                                                                                0.0%
                                                                                                                                                6.5%
       Enrolled as a % of Accepted                                                                                    57.3%    0.0%    53.7%   -6.3%

                           Transfers
                             Applied                1625             7.7%      1478     -9.0%       1677     13.5%      773   -53.9%     795     2.8%
                           Accepted                 1625             7.7%      1478     -9.0%       1677     13.5%      773   -53.9%     795     2.8%
         Accepted as a % of Applied                100%              0.0%     100%       0.0%      100%       0.0%    100%      0.0%   100%      0.0%
                            Enrolled                 951             5.3%      1015      6.7%       1038      2.3%      490   -52.8%     496     1.2%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                58.5%            -2.2%     68.7%     17.3%      61.9%     -9.9%    63.4%     2.4%   62.4%    -1.6%

        All Efs, FTICs and Transfers
                             Applied                5328             8.5%      5136      -3.6%      6342      23.5%    6633    4.6%     7681   15.8%
                           Accepted                 5328             8.5%      4449     -16.5%      5207      17.0%    5687    9.2%     6052    6.4%
         Accepted as a % of Applied                100%              0.0%      87%      -13.4%      82%       -5.2%    86%     4.4%     79%    -8.1%
                            Enrolled                2680            -2.7%      2690       0.4%      2770       3.0%    3147   13.6%     3176    0.9%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                50.3%           -10.3%     60.5%      20.2%     53.2%     -12.0%   55.3%    4.0%    52.5%   -5.2%



GRADUATE LEVEL

                             Applied                1177           26.4%        812     -31.0%       924     13.8%     1002     8.4%    1270   26.7%
                           Accepted                 1177           26.4%        800     -32.0%       924     15.5%     1002     8.4%    1270   26.7%
         Accepted as a % of Applied                100%             0.0%       99%       -1.5%     100%       1.5%    100%      0.0%   100%     0.0%
                            Enrolled                 699           48.1%        492     -29.6%       540      9.8%      520    -3.7%     647   24.4%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                59.4%           17.1%      61.5%       3.6%     58.4%     -5.0%    51.9%   -11.2%   50.9%   -1.8%

ALL APPLICANTS

                             Applied                6505           11.3%       5948      -8.6%      7266      22.2%    7635    5.1%     8951   26.7%
                           Accepted                 6505           11.3%       5249     -19.3%      6131      16.8%    6689    9.1%     7322   26.7%
         Accepted as a % of Applied                100%             0.0%       88%      -11.8%      84%       -4.4%    88%     3.8%     82%     0.0%
                            Enrolled                3379            4.7%       3182      -5.8%      3310       4.0%    3667   10.8%     3823   24.4%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                51.9%           -6.0%      60.6%      16.7%     54.0%     -10.9%   54.8%    1.5%    52.2%   -1.8%
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness
Based on 12th Class Day
*2001 Separation of First Time Transfers and Recurring Transfers




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                                                                             ADMISSIONS
                                                  Applications, Acceptances and Actual Enrollment

                                                Fall 1998                    Fall 1999            Fall 2000              Fall 2001        Fall 2002
                                                        N             %∆            N      %∆            N      %∆        N        %∆      N        %∆

UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL **


                               Male
                             Applied                2734            -28.0%      2708      -1.0%      3825      41.2%    2399   -37.3%    3488     45.4%
                           Accepted                 2734            -28.0%      2186     -20.0%      3337      52.7%    1937   -42.0%    2713     40.1%
                            Enrolled                1464            -19.3%      1460      -0.3%      1524       4.4%    1372   -10.0%    1459      6.3%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                53.5%             12.0%     66.8%      24.7%     45.7%     -31.6%   70.8%    55.1%   53.8%    -24.1%

                            Female
                             Applied                3595            -23.8%      3369      -6.3%      5032      49.4%    3288   -34.7%    4201     27.8%
                           Accepted                 3595            -23.8%      3134     -12.8%      4385      39.9%    3004   -31.5%    3347     11.4%
                            Enrolled                1855            -11.4%      2026       9.2%      1992      -1.7%    1818    -8.7%    1694     -6.8%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                51.6%             16.3%     64.6%      25.3%     45.4%     -29.7%   60.5%    33.2%   50.6%    -16.4%



                            Hispanic
                             Applied                4900            -29.0%      4982       1.7%      7337      47.3%    4916   -33.0%    6749     37.3%
                           Accepted                 4900            -29.0%      4400     -10.2%      6350      44.3%    4116   -35.2%    5318     29.2%
                            Enrolled                2761             -4.1%      2688      -2.6%      2936       9.2%    2810    -4.3%    2817      0.2%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                56.3%             35.0%     61.1%       8.4%     46.2%     -24.3%   68.3%    47.7%   53.0%    -22.4%

                              White
                             Applied                 497            -47.4%       458      -7.8%       689      50.4%     371   -46.2%     512    38.0%
                           Accepted                  497            -47.4%       427     -14.1%       638      49.4%     317   -50.3%     436    37.5%
                            Enrolled                 293              0.0%       278      -5.1%       242     -12.9%     170   -29.8%     216    27.1%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                59.0%             90.1%     65.1%      10.4%     37.9%     -41.7%   53.6%    41.4%   49.5%    -7.6%

                Other Ethnic Groups
                             Applied                 999             28.7%       637     -36.2%       831     30.5%      400   -51.9%     428      7.0%
                           Accepted                  999             28.7%       593     -40.6%       734     23.8%      508   -30.8%     306    -39.8%
                            Enrolled                 265              2.7%       302      14.0%       338     11.9%      210   -37.9%     120    -42.9%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                26.5%            -20.2%     50.9%      92.0%     46.0%     -9.6%    41.3%   -10.2%   39.2%     -5.1%



                 In-State Applicants
                             Applied                6062            -27.6%      5715      -5.7%      8270      44.7%    7831   -5.3%     7286     -7.0%
                           Accepted                 6062            -27.6%      5093     -16.0%      7315      43.6%    7057   -3.5%     5829    -17.4%
                            Enrolled                3224             -4.0%      3172      -1.6%      3400       7.2%    3852   13.3%     3092    -19.7%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                53.2%             32.6%     62.3%      17.1%     46.5%     -25.4%   54.6%   17.4%    53.0%     -2.8%

        Out-of-State & Foreign Apps
                             Applied                 340            45.3%        362       6.5%       577     59.4%      485   -15.9%     403    -16.9%
                           Accepted                  340            45.3%        327      -3.8%       407     24.5%      313   -23.1%     231    -26.2%
                            Enrolled                   95           33.8%          96      1.1%       116     20.8%      124     6.9%       61   -50.8%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                27.9%            -7.9%      29.4%       5.1%     28.5%     -2.9%    39.6%    39.0%   26.4%    -33.3%
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness
Based on 12th Class Day
** Includes Entering Freshmen, Transfers, and Returning Students.




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                                                                        ADMISSIONS
                                                  Applications, Acceptances and Actual Enrollment

                                                Fall 1998               Fall 1999            Fall 2000              Fall 2001         Fall 2002
                                                        N         %∆           N      %∆            N      %∆        N        %∆       N        %∆

GRADUATE LEVEL


                               Male
                             Applied                 445        28.6%       305     -31.5%       357     17.0%      404     13.2%     506    25.2%
                           Accepted                  445        28.6%       298     -33.0%       357     19.8%      404     13.2%     506    25.2%
                            Enrolled                 274        46.5%       168     -38.7%       205     22.0%      206      0.5%     252    22.3%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                61.6%        13.9%     56.4%      -8.4%     57.4%      1.9%    51.0%    -11.2%   49.8%    -2.3%

                            Female
                             Applied                 732        25.3%       507     -30.7%       591      16.6%     598      1.2%     764    27.8%
                           Accepted                  732        25.3%       502     -31.4%       591      17.7%     598      1.2%     764    27.8%
                            Enrolled                 425        46.0%       324     -23.8%       343       5.9%     314     -8.5%     395    25.8%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                58.1%        16.5%     64.5%      11.2%     58.0%     -10.1%   52.5%     -9.5%   51.7%    -1.5%



                            Hispanic
                             Applied                 792        27.1%       579     -26.9%       685     18.3%      701      2.3%     917    30.8%
                           Accepted                  792        27.1%       572     -27.8%       685     19.8%      701      2.3%     917    30.8%
                            Enrolled                 473        38.3%       367     -22.4%       426     16.1%      405     -4.9%     500    23.5%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                59.7%         8.8%     64.2%       7.4%     62.2%     -3.1%    57.8%     -7.1%   54.5%    -5.6%

                              White
                             Applied                 253         0.0%       144     -43.1%       146       1.4%     153      4.8%     190    24.2%
                           Accepted                  253         0.0%       144     -43.1%       146       1.4%     153      4.8%     190    24.2%
                            Enrolled                 154        43.9%         84    -45.5%         77     -8.3%       66   -14.3%       88   33.3%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                60.9%        43.9%     58.3%      -4.2%     52.7%      -9.6%   43.1%    -18.2%   46.3%     7.4%

                Other Ethnic Groups
                             Applied                 132        140%          89    -32.6%       117      31.5%     148     26.5%     163    10.1%
                           Accepted                  132        140%          84    -36.4%       117      39.3%     148     26.5%     163    10.1%
                            Enrolled                   72       148%          41    -43.1%         45      9.8%       49     8.9%       59   20.4%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                54.5%        3.4%      48.8%     -10.5%     38.5%     -21.2%   33.1%    -13.9%   36.2%     9.3%



                 In-State Applicants
                             Applied                1050        21.7%       819     -22.0%       831      1.5%      849      2.2%    1116    31.4%
                           Accepted                 1050        21.7%       709     -32.5%       831     17.2%      849      2.2%    1116    31.4%
                            Enrolled                 634        41.2%       445     -29.8%       517     16.2%      489     -5.4%     601    22.9%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                60.4%        16.1%     62.8%       3.9%     62.2%     -0.9%    57.6%     -7.4%   53.9%    -6.5%

        Out-of-State & Foreign Apps
                             Applied                 127        86.8%         93    -26.8%       117      25.8%     153     30.8%     154     0.7%
                           Accepted                  127        86.8%         91    -28.3%       117      28.6%     153     30.8%     154     0.7%
                            Enrolled                   65      124.1%         47    -27.7%         31    -34.0%       31     0.0%       46   48.4%
        Enrolled as a % of Accepted                51.2%        20.0%     51.6%       0.9%     26.5%     -48.7%   20.3%    -23.5%   29.9%    47.4%
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness
Based on 12th Class Day




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                                                                            ADMISSIONS
                                                                  First-Time Entering Freshmen
                                                                        Fall 2000                   Fall 2001                    Fall 2002
                                                                  English     Math   Comp English        Math   Comp   English       Math    Comp
Male
  White                                                                19       21        21   21          22     22       20          20      21
  Hispanic                                                             16       18        18   17          19     18       18          20      19
  Other                                                                17       19        18   18          20     20       17          21      19
All Males                                                              17       19        18   17          19     19       18          20      19

Female
  White                                                                19       19        20   22          20     21       21          19      21
  Hispanic                                                             17       17        18   17          18     18       17          18      18
  Other                                                                17       17        17   17          19     18       19          20      20
All Females                                                            17       17        18   17          18     18       18          18      18

White                                                                  19       20        20   21          21     21       20          20      21
Hispanic                                                               17       18        18   17          18     18       18          19      18
Other                                                                  17       18        18   18          20     19       18          20      19
All Entering Freshmen                                                  17       18        18   17          18     18       18          19      19

                                                                        Average ACT Scores
                                                                   First-Time Transfer in College
                                                                        Fall 2000                   Fall 2001                    Fall 2002
                                                                  English    Math    Comp English       Math    Comp   English      Math     Comp
Male
  White                                                                22       21        21   21          22     22       21          20      21
  Hispanic                                                             17       19        18   17          19     18       17          19      18
  Other                                                                19       20        20   17          19     18       15          19      18
All Males                                                              17       19        19   17          19     18       17          19      19

Female
  White                                                                22       20        22   21          21     22       22          21      22
  Hispanic                                                             17       18        18   17          17     17       17          17      18
  Other                                                                18       19        18   18          19     18       17          20      19
All Females                                                            17       18        18   17          17     18       17          18      18

White                                                                  22       21        22   21          22     22       22          21      22
Hispanic                                                               17       18        18   17          18     18       17          18      18
Other                                                                  18       19        19   17          19     18       17          19      18
All Entering Freshmen                                                  17       19        18   17          18     18       17          18      18

                                                            Undergraduate Returning Transfer Students
                                                                        Fall 2000                   Fall 2001                    Fall 2002
                                                                  English     Math   Comp English        Math   Comp   English       Math    Comp
Male
  White                                                                21       21        21   15          17     17       18          19      19
  Hispanic                                                             17       19        18   16          18     17       16          17      17
  Other                                                                19       20        20   14          16     15       17          19      19
All Males                                                              17       19        19   16          18     17       16          18      18

Female
  White                                                                23       21        23   20          19     20       22          22      22
  Hispanic                                                             17       18        17   15          15     15       16          16      16
  Other                                                                18       18        18   21          22     21       14          15      15
All Females                                                            17       18        18   16          16     16       16          17      17

White                                                                  22       21        22   18          18     19       21          21      21
Hispanic                                                               17       18        18   16          16     16       16          17      17
Other                                                                  19       19        19   18          19     18       15          17      17
All Recurring Transfer Students                                        17       19        18   16          17     17       16          17      17
Source: Student Information System - Direct Query
Returning: to come or go back to a place after leaving it




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                                                                ADMISSIONS
                                                    Average Graduate Admission Scores

                               Graduate Record Examination (GRE) - First-Time Graduate Students

                                                            Fall 2000                        Fall 2001                   Fall 2002
                                                       Verbal   Quant       Comp    Verbal      Quant    Comp   Verbal     Quant     Comp
Male
                                   White                    -       -          -      472         548    1020     472        453      924
                                Hispanic                  434     483        917      374         436     810     392         448     840
                                   Other                  383     760       1143      413         675    1087     412         630    1042
                               All Males                  422     547        969      392         483     875     411         467     879

Female
                                   White                  518     583       1102      471         470     940     472         453     924
                                Hispanic                  376     425        798      376         391     881     368         386     760
                                   Other                    0           0      0      442         444     885     342        477      820
                            All Females                   402     454        855      399         409     892     377         399     781

White                                                     518     583       1102      471         492     963     478         471     949
Hispanic                                                  380     454        971      375         407     856     375         404     783
Other                                                     383     760        969      428         559     986     381         562     943
All First-Time Graduate Students                          408     481        888      396         436     886     389         422     814




                     Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) - First-Time Graduate Students

                                                            Fall 2000                        Fall 2001                   Fall 2002
                                                       Verbal   Quant       Comp    Verbal      Quant    Comp   Verbal     Quant     Comp
Male
                                   White                  388     350        610      310         285     505     320         383     582
                                Hispanic                  280     278        478      219         245     412     265         265     461
                                   Other                  220     310        450      156         366     449     258         334     498
                               All Males                  305     307        518      211         275     427     274         289     488


Female
                                   White                  290     310        500      220         245     415     310         300     510
                                Hispanic                  170     123        315      218         203     411     225         237     415
                                   Other                  196     340        457      190         295     415     185         250     383
                            All Females                   203     263        417      213         231     413     216         245     409


White                                                     339     330        555      250         259     445     318         333     571
Hispanic                                                  225    200.5      396.5     219         231     412     253         256     446
Other                                                     208     325       453.5     168         340     436     218         288     435
All First-Time Graduate Students                          272     293        484      212         259     421     254         274     462
Source: Student Information System - Direct Query




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                                                                     ADMISSIONS
                                                             Top Twenty* High Schools
                                                          of First-Time Entering Freshmen

Institution                                                     Fall 1998       Fall 1999        Fall 2000     Fall 2001   Fall 2002

Edinburg North H.S.                                                  123             115                134         158         102
Edinburg High School                                                 126             108                138         118         135
Mission High School                                                   96             116                101         100         131
Nikki Rowe High School                                                97              83                 79         117          83
P-SJ-A North High School                                              92              92                 84          85         109
McAllen Memorial H.S.                                                 87              85                 78          86         114
Pharr-San Juan-Alamo H.S.                                             72              78                100          66          65
Weslaco High School                                                   93              92                 71          70          86
McAllen High School                                                   89              55                 68          96          69
Edcouch Elsa H.S.                                                     61              72                 61          67          46
Donna High School                                                     73              41                 71          91          88
Sharyland High School                                                 48              63                 65          81          58
La Joya High School                                                   46              60                 47          72          82
High School Health Prof.                                              54              44                 34          70          56
Rio Grande City H.S.                                                  29              39                 48          51          51
G.E.D. Equivalency **                                                 40              25                 21          40          19
Mercedes High School                                                  36              39                 37          28          29
Harlingen High School                                                 34              31                 31          37          34
Science Academy of So. Texas                                          35              25                 23          49          41
Hidalgo High School                                                   17              25                 16          36          32
* High School Ranking based on five year enrollment average.
** G.E.D. - General Equivalency Degree



                                                                Top Twenty* Counties
                                                          of First-Time Entering Freshmen
Institution                                                     Fall 1998       Fall 1999        Fall 2000     Fall 2001   Fall 2002


Hidalgo                                                             1325            1331                1347       1567        1579
Cameron                                                              118             120                 128        206         156
Starrr                                                                77              65                  46         42          89
Harris                                                                11              10                  32         46          23
Willacy                                                               22              29                  12         21          22
Nueces                                                                 4               5                  22         32          14
Jim Wells                                                              6               9                   4         10           6
Brooks                                                                 4               6                   3          9           2
Webb                                                                   6               3                   6          8          18
Bexar                                                                  1               1                   5          8           5
Zapata                                                                 6               7                   1          3           3
El Paso                                                                2               2                   5          3           0
Tarrant                                                                1               2                   6          2           1
Kleberg                                                                0               0                   2          7           2
Houston                                                                1               0                   8          0           0
Travis                                                                 1               1                   3          4           2
Brazoria                                                               2               1                   0          4           1
Bastrop                                                                2               2                   1          1           0
Dallas                                                                 2               0                   3          1           1
Bee                                                                    1               1                   1          1           2
* County Ranking based on five year enrollment average.




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                                                                      ADMISSIONS
                                                                  Top Twenty* States
                                                           of First-Time Entering Freshmen

Institution                                                  Fall 1998       Fall 1999        Fall 2000     Fall 2001   Fall 2002


Texas                                                            1615            1605                1648       1994        1943
Illinois                                                            3               1                   3          4           2
California                                                          1               2                   2          3           2
Oklahoma                                                            0               0                   1          2           0
Indiana                                                             1               0                   1          1           0
Missouri                                                            1               0                   1          1           1
Washington                                                          1               1                   1          0           0
Arizona                                                             1               0                   0          1           0
Florida                                                             1               1                   0          0           0
Idaho                                                               2               0                   1          0           0
Iowa                                                                0               0                   1          0           0
Louisiana                                                           0               0                   0          1           0
Maryland                                                            0               0                   0          1           0
Massachusetts                                                       0               0                   0          1           1
Montana                                                             1               0                   1          0           0
New Jersey                                                          0               1                   0          0           1
New Mexico                                                          0               0                   1          0           0
North Carolina                                                      0               0                   0          1           0
Pennsylvania                                                        0               1                   0          0           0
Virginia                                                            0               0                   0          1           0
Wisconsin                                                           0               0                   1          0           0
Ohio                                                                0               0                   0          0           1

* States Ranking based on five year enrollment average.



                                                                     Top Countries
                                                           of First-Time Entering Freshmen

Institution                                                  Fall 1998       Fall 1999        Fall 2000     Fall 2001   Fall 2002

Mexico                                                             14                27               32          50          30
Canada                                                              1                 2                4           3           2
Germany                                                             0                 2                0           1           1
India                                                               0                 1                0           2           1
Japan                                                               0                 1                0           1           0
Malaysia                                                            0                 0                1           1           0
Colombia                                                            0                 1                0           0           0
Greece                                                              0                 0                0           1           0
Guatemala                                                           0                 1                0           0           0
Hong Kong                                                           0                 1                0           0           0
Nigeria                                                             0                 1                0           0           1
Norway                                                              0                 0                0           1           0
Poland                                                              0                 0                0           1           0
Russia                                                              0                 1                0           0           0
Switzerland                                                         0                 0                1           0           0
England                                                             0                 0                0           0           1
Thailand                                                            0                 0                0           0           1

* Country Ranking based on five year enrollment average.




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                                                                              ADMISSIONS
                                                            Top Twenty* Transfer Institutions
                                                       of First Time Transfer Students in College

Institution                                     Fall 1997         Fall 1998       Fall 1999        Fall 2000    Fall 2001   Fall 2002

South Texas Community College                              94          106             176                213        251         352
TSTC - Harlingen                                           29           43              46                 46         44
UT - Brownsville                                           27           22              24                 34         22          27
Texas A & M - Kingsville                                   17           22              14                 18         15          16
UT - San Antonio                                            9            6              11                 19         11          10
UT - Austin                                                 7           12              15                 12          6          11
Laredo Community College                                    3            5               6                 12         13           6
Austin Community College                                    5            6               7                  3          6          10
Southwest Texas State                                       2            8               9                  3          4          20
San Antonio College                                         4            4               5                  5          8           3
Del Mar College                                             2            5               7                  4          6           3
Texas A & M                                                 1            6               4                  6          3           6
Texas A & M - C.C.                                          3            2               8                  3          4           3
Our Lady of the Lake - S.A.                                 3            3               4                  3          3           4
Texas Southmost College                                     0            2               6                  6          3           2
Houston Community College                                   4            1               3                  3          3           3
Texas Tech University                                       0            1               4                  1          4           2
Blinn College                                               0            0               5                  2          2           4
St. Mary's University                                       1            4               0                  0          3           2
U of Houston - Univ Park                                    4            3               1                  0          1           2


                                                                 Top Twenty* Transfer Institutions
                                                                 of *Returning Transfer Students

Institution                                     Fall 1997         Fall 1998       Fall 1999        Fall 2000    Fall 2001   Fall 2002

South Texas Community College                              161         160             232                282        284         357
TSTC - Harlingen                                            16          17              16                 23         21          14
UT - Brownsville                                             6           8              13                  4          7          10
UT - San Antonio                                             8           5               6                  9          7           9
Austin Community College                                     5           3               8                  5          8          14
Texas A & M - Kingsville                                     5           4               2                  3          6           7
San Antonio College                                          2           2               3                  7          6           4
Texas A & M - C.C.                                           1           2               3                  2          4           1
Southwest Texas State                                        3           1               3                  3          4           4
UT - Austin                                                  1           2               2                  3          3           6
Blinn College                                                6           0               2                  2          2           1
Texas A & M                                                  1           1               2                  4          3           4
Del Mar College                                              2           0               2                  4          1           1
Texas Southmost College                                      1           2               1                  2          3           0
Laredo Community College                                     0           1               2                  2          0           1
U of Houston - Univ Park                                     0           1               0                  3          2           2
Our Lady of the Lake - S.A.                                  0           2               0                  0          1           2
Texas Tech University                                        1           1               1                  1          1           1
U of Texas-Arlington                                         1           1               0                  2          1           1
Sam Houston State University                                 1           0               1                  1          2           0
Houston Community College                                    1           2               1                  0          0           0
* Rank based on six-year moving average
* Returning: to come or go back to a place after leaving
Source: Student Information System - Direct Query




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                                                                          ADMISSIONS
                                    Enrolled First-Time Entering Freshmen BY CLASS RANKING

Ranking Category                                          Fall 1998                    Fall 1999                   Fall 2000                  Fall 2001                 Fall 2002
                                                           #                 %             #             %              #             %            #            %         #           %

90th Percentile                                        224             14.5%           239        15.4%            254          16.1%         299        15.6%          381    19.1%
80th Percentile                                        282             18.3%           269        17.4%            283          17.9%         328        17.1%          330    16.5%
70th Percentile                                        232             15.1%           251        16.2%            249          15.8%         303        15.8%          301    15.1%
60th Percentile                                        183             11.9%           187        12.1%            210          13.3%         244        12.8%          222    11.1%
50th Percentile                                        172             11.2%           153          9.9%           164          10.4%         220        11.5%          209    10.5%
40th Percentile                                        145              9.4%           163        10.5%            145           9.2%         153         8.0%          148         7.4%
30th Percentile                                        103              6.7%           101          6.5%           121           7.7%         150         7.8%          133         6.7%
20th Percentile                                           85            5.5%             93         6.0%               83        5.3%         108         5.6%           97         4.9%
10th Percentile                                           76            4.9%             58         3.7%               44        2.8%          70         3.7%          113         5.7%
Below 10th Percentile                                     38            2.5%             35         2.3%               26        1.6%          38         2.0%           65         3.3%


Top Half                                             1093              71.0%          1099        70.9%          1160           73.5%        1394        72.9%        1254     72.2%
Bottom Half                                            447             29.0%           450        29.1%            419          26.5%         519        27.1%          556    27.8%
Rank Not Available                                     253                             117                         101                        122                       155
Source: Student Information System - Direct Query

                                                     1793                             1666                       1680                        2035                     1965


                                                ACT Class Profile for Entering Freshmen

Year                                               # of            AVG.          * % with                        %              %         % in top     ACT 1st ACT 2nd
                                               Students            ACT             Core                      Minority       Scoring       25% in       College      College
                                                                  Comp           Courses                                        28+        H.S.        Choice       Choice
2001-2002**                                          1436                17.7         0.74                        0.82              1%       0.35          0.47        14%
2000-2001**                                          1029                17.3         0.66                        0.81              0%       0.30          0.43        11%
1999-2000**                                            417               18.4         0.59                        0.70              2%       0.37          0.18         6%
1998-1999**                                            620               18.2         0.60                        0.80              1%       0.36          0.43         8%
1997-1998**                                          1137                17.3         0.51                        0.77              1%       0.32          0.45        11%




               Characteristics of ACT-tested freshmen for the most popular planned educational fields for 2001-2002.


Planned Educational Major                          # of            AVG.           % with                         %              %         % in top     ACT 1st ACT 2nd
                                               Students            ACT             Core                      Minority       Scoring       25% in       College      College
                                                                  Comp           Courses                                        28+        H.S.        Choice       Choice
Health Sci. & Allied Health                            333               18.2         0.84                        0.91              1%       0.48          0.45        16%
Business & Mgmt.                                       132               17.4         0.86                        0.86              1%       0.44          0.56        14%
Education                                                 88             16.9         0.89                        0.89              0%       0.27          0.75        16%
Engineering (Pre-Engineering)                             84             19.4         0.90                        0.89              2%       0.35          0.50        14%
Social Sciences                                           88             17.5         0.88                        0.93              0%       0.49          0.48        18%
Undecided
* Note : Information is based on self reported data by students, which in some circumstances tends to be inaccurate.
**Beginning 1997-1998 Academic year, the ACT Class Profile Report reports only first-time, full-time degree seeking students.
Source: ACT Class Profile Report.




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                                                                                           FINANCIAL AID
The following Student Financial Aid data are detailed summaries of aid recipient headcounts
and their aid in dollars by funding type. The material in this section was supplied in part by the
Office of Institutional Effectiveness and the Office of Financial Aid.

Each report is divided into categories of funding: Grants, Loans, Scholarships, Student
Employment, and by other sources. Within each category is the distribution of aid by
gender and ethnicity. The final summary section contains data such as the number of Financial
Aid applicants actually enrolling at UTPA as well as unduplicated headcount of all aid recipients.

Significant Findings:
                                      Approximately 86.7% of the UTPA total student population received some form of financial
                                      assistance in AY 2002 from both need-based and non-need based aid.

                                      Total number of financial aid recipients increased by 963, from 11,718 in AY 2001
                                      to 12,681 in AY 2002, an increase of 8.2%.

                                      In total dollar amount awarded, the increase was almost 26.8%, from $46,843,234 in
                                      AY 2001 to $59,401,218 in AY 2002.

                                      Grants have exceeded loans due to the TEXAS Grant Program since AY 2000.



                                                Total Number of Financial Aid Recipients
                                                                                                                                              Grants & Loans

                               14,000
                                                                                                                     $35,000,000

                               12,000                                                                                $30,000,000
                                      Grants                                      Loans                                                            Grants       Loans
AY97                                      $14,027,479                $16,098,808                                     $25,000,000 10,570
AY98
  10,000                                  $14,718,952                $16,317,517                                                 10,489
                                                                                             Total Dollars Awarded
# of Unduplicated Recipients




AY99                                       13,319,756                $14,623,019                                     $20,000,000 10,105
AY00                                       19,810,451                $17,590,628                                                 10,392                        Grants
   8,000
AY01 $                                    22,583,323                 $17,704,486                                     $15,000,000 11,718                        Loans
AY02 $                                    32,157,020                 $19,671,309                                                 12,681
                                6,000
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                                        Financial Aid
                                       ENTRY ACTION
                             ALL CATEGORIES OF FINANCIAL AID

                                    1998         1999         2000         2001         2002
Total # of Awards
             Special Admit           187          218            7           21           20
            Transfer Admit         2,477        1,135        1,378        1,406        1,493
  Continuing Registration         11,337       15,221       16,717       17,558       18,696
          Freshman Admit           6,385        3,694        4,638        4,508        6,032
        First time Transfer          979        1,364        1,792        1,876        2,239
           Graduate Admit            538          605          649          748          782
          Internal Transfer          733          986          800        1,104        1,596
                Non Degree                          1            3            2            8
                Readmitted         1,064          977        1,234        1,330        1,523
                      Other          -            -            -            -             83
ALL STUDENTS                      23,700       24,201       27,218       28,553       32,472
Total Dollar Amount
             Special Admit $     130,693 $     82,014 $      7,010 $     11,499 $     20,519
            Transfer Admit     3,802,084    1,393,455    1,753,624    1,895,151    2,065,087
  Continuing Registration     19,015,197   25,588,522   27,995,664   30,890,967   36,160,743
          Freshman Admit       8,765,443    5,042,739    7,219,204    7,069,387   11,885,887
        First time Transfer    1,657,014    1,896,529    2,701,688      984,844    3,542,362
           Graduate Admit        819,109      851,500      895,935    1,958,012    1,074,312
          Internal Transfer    1,235,255    1,656,446    1,325,112          534    3,085,465
                Non Degree                        230        1,370    1,228,628        3,775
                Readmitted     1,341,965      916,509    1,149,475    2,805,712    1,539,934
                      Other          -            -            -            -         23,135
ALL STUDENTS                $ 36,766,760 $ 37,427,944 $ 43,049,082 $ 46,844,734 $ 59,401,219
TOTAL # OF UNDUPLICATED RECIPIENTS
             Special Admit           146          209            5 $         20            8
            Transfer Admit         1,182          619          668          681          690
  Continuing Registration          4,543        6,143        6,522        6,726        6,842
          Freshman Admit           2,886        1,756        1,741        1,826        2,232
        First time Transfer          401          672          804          817          948
           Graduate Admit            352          377          377          434          455
          Internal Transfer          274          380          312          412          566
                Non Degree                          1            2            2            6
                Readmitted           595          645          762          800          854
                      Other          -            -            -            -             80
ALL STUDENTS                      10,379       10,802       11,193       11,718       12,681




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                                       Financial Aid
                                      CLASSIFICATION
                            ALL CATEGORIES OF FINANCIAL AID

                                   1998         1999         2000         2001         2002
Total # of Awards
   Concurrent Enrollment            130          271           28           37           60
     Beginning Freshman           3,921        3,304        3,785        3,530        4,163
         Freshman Admit           3,813        4,249        4,852        5,114        5,931
              Sophomore           4,795        4,472        4,749        4,989        5,717
                    Junior        4,363        4,465        5,127        5,350        5,838
                   Senior         5,376        5,589        6,250        6,747        7,718
      Post-Baccalaureate             336         480          658          838          822
             Masters level           871       1,260        1,598        1,728        1,902
        Special- Graduate             61          81          102          136          150
             Doctor Level             34          30           67           83           88
     Non Degree Seeking             -            -              2            1
                    Other                                                                83
ALL STUDENTS                     23,700       24,201       27,218       28,553       32,472
Total Dollar Amount
   Concurrent Enrollment $       37,544 $     96,929 $     27,039 $     24,666 $     61,880
     Beginning Freshman       5,061,828    4,426,587    5,744,873    5,323,603    8,066,065
         Freshman Admit       5,331,470    6,009,456    7,064,666    7,957,481   10,909,932
              Sophomore       7,486,529    7,063,683    7,430,983    8,282,760   10,188,002
                    Junior    7,722,789    7,733,989    9,021,508    9,439,359   11,056,883
                   Senior     9,117,868    9,420,680   10,490,673   12,170,077   14,846,057
      Post-Baccalaureate        453,692      549,177      681,357      916,212      865,139
             Masters level    1,417,915    1,984,613    2,307,184    2,324,985    2,923,396
        Special- Graduate        61,929       66,761       95,353      133,789      176,545
             Doctor Level        75,196       76,069      184,795      270,749      284,184
     Non Degree Seeking                                        651       1,053          -
                    Other                                                            23,136
ALL STUDENTS               $ 36,766,760 $ 37,427,944 $ 43,049,082 $ 46,844,734 $ 59,401,219
TOTAL # OF UNDUPLICATED RECIPIENTS
   Concurrent Enrollment            126          258           18           34           24
     Beginning Freshman           1,878        1,620        1,485        1,496        1,665
         Freshman Admit           1,783        1,959        2,059        2,193        2,319
              Sophomore           1,983        1,874        1,937        1,996        2,126
                    Junior        1,621        1,748        1,898        1,949        2,117
                   Senior         2,133        2,207        2,402        2,501        2,773
      Post-Baccalaureate            231          299          415           510         461
             Masters level          561          755          878          908          981
        Special- Graduate            41           56           70           86           96
             Doctor Level            22           22           30           44           39
     Non Degree Seeking                                         1            1
                    Other                                                                80
ALL STUDENTS                     10,379       10,798       11,193       11,718       12,681




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                                                                                        Financial Aid
                                                                   ALL CATEGORIES OF FINANCIAL AID

                                                                        1998                    1999                               2000                        2001                         2002
Total # of Awards
                white male                                               552                     593                             689                         684                           678
            hispanic male                                              8,495                   8,546                           9,319                       9,523                        10,824
         other ethnic male                                               457                     648                             919                         977                         1,029
                  all male                                             9,504                  11,787                          10,927                      11,184                        12,531

            white female                                              791                        880                             868                         901                         1,015
        hispanic female                                            12,812                     12,770                          14,363                      15,083                        17,478
     other ethnic female                                              525                        759                           1,209                       1,385                         1,448
              all female                                           14,128                     14,409                          16,440                      17,369                        19,941
ALL STUDENTS                                                       23,632                     26,196                          27,367                      28,553                        32,472
Total Dollar Amount
               white male $    899,097 $    960,708                                                    $    1,130,203                         $      1,143,426            $     1,132,022
            hispanic male   13,120,877   13,169,207                                                        14,480,477                               15,235,032                 19,624,347
        other ethnic male      636,809      919,275                                                         1,473,562                                1,710,237                  1,767,281
                  all male  14,656,783   15,049,190                                                        17,084,242                               18,088,695                 22,523,650

            white female    1,350,771                                                 1,477,617           1,392,571                              1,598,570                   1,747,247
        hispanic female    19,978,826                                                19,824,272          22,619,520                             24,730,737                  32,549,864
     other ethnic female      724,653                                                 1,067,367           2,003,851                              2,425,232                   2,580,457
              all female   22,054,250                                                22,369,256          26,015,942                             28,754,539                  36,877,568
ALL STUDENTS             $ 36,711,033                                              $ 37,418,446        $ 43,100,184                           $ 46,843,234                $ 59,401,218
TOTAL # OF UNDUPLICATED RECIPIENTS
              white male     284                                                                 296                              278                         292                          291
          hispanic male    3,852                                                               3,897                            3,839                       4,045                        4,372
       other ethnic male     239                                                                 318                              391                         402                          414
                all male   4,375                                                               4,511                            4,508                       4,739                        5,077

            white female                                              371                        411                             343                         376                           400
        hispanic female                                             5,398                      5,602                           5,660                       6,052                         6,659
     other ethnic female                                              248                        336                             535                         551                           545
              all female                                            6,017                      6,349                           6,538                       6,979                         7,604
ALL STUDENTS                                                       10,392                     10,860                          11,046                      11,718                        12,681

 1996                                     10,392
                                               Total Number of Award Recipients                                                    1996              36,711,033
 1997                                     10,860                                                                                   1997              37,418,446
                                                                                                                                     Total Financial Aid Dollars Awarded
 1998                            14,000   11,046                          11,718
                                                                                     12,681                                        1998
                                                                                                                              70,000,000             43,100,184                         59,401,218
                                                                11,046
 1999                                     11,718 10,860                                                                            1999
         # of Students Awarded




                                 12,000                                                                                       60,000,000
                                          10,392                                                                                                     46,843,234            46,843,234
                                                                                                            Dollars Awarded




                                 10,000                                                                                       50,000,000                        43,100,184
 2000                                     12,681                                                                                                  59,401,218
                                                                                                                                   2000 36,711,033 37,418,446
                                                                                                                              40,000,000
                                  8,000

                                  6,000                                                                                       30,000,000

                                  4,000
                                                                                                                              20,000,000
                                                                                                                              10,000,000
                                  2,000
                                                                                                                                     -
                                    -
                                                                                                                                             1998       1999       2000        2001       2002
                                          1998       1999       2000        2001     2002

                                                            Academic Year                                                                                      Academic Year




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                                              Financial Aid
                                                 GRANTS
                                   1998            1999            2000            2001            2002
PELL
   by award #
             white male             89             102             116             109             102
         hispanic male           2,387           2,258           2,140           2,368           2,524
      other ethnic male            101             138             166             215             159
               all male          2,577           2,498           2,422           2,692           2,785

            white female           139             143             140             166             181
        hispanic female          3,580           3,385           3,443           3,758           4,247
     other ethnic female           122             176             246             309             260
              all female         3,841           3,704           3,829           4,233           4,688
ALL STUDENTS                     6,418           6,202           6,251           6,925           7,473
     by $ amount
               white male $     155,868   $     218,243   $     221,720   $     220,162   $     236,594
           hispanic male      4,674,006       4,926,907       4,810,808       5,229,827       6,412,487
        other ethnic male       202,528         298,748         365,133         477,069         415,196
                 all male     5,032,402       5,443,898       5,397,661       5,927,058       7,064,277

            white female      247,711          276,658         284,774         352,864         412,628
        hispanic female     7,140,091        7,299,629       7,646,885       8,409,641      10,730,735
     other ethnic female      235,633          391,708         568,458         743,748         704,341
              all female    7,623,435        7,967,995       8,500,117       9,506,253      11,847,704
ALL STUDENTS             $ 12,655,837     $ 13,411,893    $ 13,897,778    $ 15,433,311    $ 18,911,981
SEOG
       by award #
               white male           20              18              19              18              16
           hispanic male           321             325             325             302             288
        other ethnic male            5              10              20              15              13
                 all male          346             353             364             335             317

            white female            46              38              32              37              34
        hispanic female            659             608             578             588             624
     other ethnic female             9              18              31              24              32
              all female           714             664             641             649             690
ALL STUDENTS                     1,060           1,017           1,005             984           1,007
       by & amount
               white male       13,800          12,800          13,100          12,000          11,600
           hispanic male       225,414         236,950         229,922         205,361         196,419
        other ethnic male        3,200           7,100          13,600          10,400           8,800
                 all male      242,414         256,850         256,622         227,761         216,819

            white female        33,795          27,100          22,700          27,600          23,478
        hispanic female        459,187         436,258         407,019         417,214         427,876
     other ethnic female         6,000          14,020          22,713          17,600          22,000
              all female       498,982         477,378         452,432         462,414         473,354
ALL STUDENTS             $     741,396 $       734,228 $       709,054 $       690,175 $       690,173




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                                               Financial Aid
                                                  GRANTS
                            1998                    1999            2000            2001           2002
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION GRANTS
   by award #
             white male        1                     14               9              11             14
         hispanic male         2                     46              52              51             48
      other ethnic male      -                        1               3               3              6
               all male        3                     61              64              65             68

            white female           -                   6              6               5              4
        hispanic female                1              28             37              33             29
     other ethnic female           -                 -                2               2              1
              all female               1              34             45              40             34
ALL STUDENTS                           4              95            109             105            102
     by $ amount
               white male       2,626            17,725          15,614          14,547          22,423
           hispanic male        3,135            57,193          59,829          68,174          78,576
        other ethnic male         -                 454           8,906           8,549           9,826
                 all male       5,761            75,372          84,349          91,270         110,825

            white female          -               5,016           6,916          12,453           2,808
        hispanic female         1,683            27,535          32,487          38,122          34,848
     other ethnic female          -                 -             1,810           2,680           1,788
              all female        1,683            32,551          41,213          53,255          39,444
ALL STUDENTS             $      7,444      $    107,923 $       125,562 $       144,525 $       150,268
STATE AND LOCAL GRANTS
    by award #
              white male           63                56              69              53              76
          hispanic male         1,460             1,146           1,550           1,483           2,195
       other ethnic male           61                68             131             135             131
                all male        1,584             1,270           1,750           1,671           2,402

            white female           89                72              89              92             156
        hispanic female         2,348             1,737           2,533           2,499           3,650
     other ethnic female          100               121             209             244             243
              all female        2,537             1,930           2,831           2,835           4,049
ALL STUDENTS                    4,121             3,200           4,581           4,506           6,451
     by $ amount
               white male       55,136           37,495           48,572          55,162        123,297
           hispanic male     1,049,004          772,881        1,458,696       1,777,219      4,007,444
        other ethnic male       44,268           53,789          152,595         187,393        231,258
                 all male    1,148,408          864,165        1,659,863       2,019,774      4,361,998

            white female        62,946            42,503          66,909          97,440        221,105
        hispanic female      1,632,146         1,146,329       2,422,963       3,051,998      6,790,041
     other ethnic female        78,989            94,480         246,788         342,152        446,999
              all female     1,774,081         1,283,312       2,736,660       3,491,590      7,458,145
ALL STUDENTS             $   2,922,489     $   2,147,477   $   4,396,523   $   5,511,364   $ 11,820,144




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                                           Financial Aid
                                             GRANTS

                                1998           1999            2000          2001          2002
PRIVATE SOURCES
    by award #
              white male          13            -               -             -             -
          hispanic male           22                1           -             -             -
       other ethnic male         -              -               -             -             -
                all male          35                1           -             -             -

            white female         13             -               -             -             -
        hispanic female          78                 4           -             -             -
     other ethnic female          6             -               -             -             -
              all female         97                 4           -             -             -
ALL STUDENTS                    132                 5           -             -             -
     by $ amount
               white male      5,259            -               -
           hispanic male      10,083          1,148             -
        other ethnic male        -              -               -
                 all male     15,342          1,148             -             -             -

            white female       4,630            -               -
        hispanic female       51,640          4,377             -
     other ethnic female       4,673            -               -
              all female      60,943          4,377             -             -             -
ALL STUDENTS             $    76,285   $      5,525     $       -     $       -     $       -
TUITION WAIVERS (REMISSIONS)
     by award #
               white male     19                 5              10            27            31
           hispanic male     157                59              52           246           275
        other ethnic male      6                 7              39            27            15
                 all male    182                71             101           300           321

            white female          3              3              12            18            13
        hispanic female          83            138             136           199           191
     other ethnic female        -                7              41            20             7
              all female         86            148             189           237           211
ALL STUDENTS                    268            219             290           537           532
     by $ amount
               white male      9,147          3,462          52,869        57,757        27,527
           hispanic male     116,763         69,920          72,500       231,030       265,717
        other ethnic male     10,537          8,110         186,517       123,377        29,834
                 all male    136,447         81,492         311,886       412,164       323,078

            white female       5,631          1,903          33,471        76,207        16,767
        hispanic female       87,371        146,633         148,037       226,825       237,522
     other ethnic female         -            7,211         188,140        88,752         7,083
              all female      93,002        155,747         369,648       391,784       261,372
ALL STUDENTS             $   229,449   $    237,239     $   681,534   $   803,948   $   584,450




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                                           Financial Aid
                                              GRANTS

                           1998         1999                   2000           2001           2002
TOTAL NUMBER OF UNDUPLICATED RECIPIENTS
      by total #
              white male    141         195                     223            140            239
           hispanic male  2,705       2,457                   2,457          2,503          5,330
       other ethnic male    117         154                     154            227            324
                 all male 2,963       2,806                   2,834          2,870          5,893
                             …
            white female    185         176                     176            188            388
         hispanic female  3,962       3,673                   3,673          3,914          8,741
     other ethnic female    141         199                     199            335            543
               all female 4,288       4,048                   4,048          4,437          9,672
ALL STUDENTS              7,251       6,854                   6,882          7,307         15,565
      by total $ amount
              white male      202,920        201,801        351,875        359,628        421,444
          hispanic male     5,287,170      4,933,906      6,631,755      7,511,611     10,960,642
       other ethnic male      120,221        217,190        726,751        806,788        694,914
                 all male   5,610,311      5,352,897      7,710,381      8,678,027     12,077,000

            white female      357,492        280,142        414,770        566,564        676,788
        hispanic female     8,599,668      7,434,947     10,657,391     12,143,800     18,221,022
     other ethnic female      151,481        251,770      1,027,909      1,194,932      1,182,211
              all female    9,108,641      7,966,859     12,100,070     13,905,296     20,080,020
ALL STUDENTS             $ 14,718,952   $ 13,319,756   $ 19,810,451   $ 22,583,323   $ 32,157,020




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                                             Financial Aid
                                                 Loans

                            1998                  1999            2000            2001            2002
PERKINS (REPAYABLE BY CASH ONLY)
    by award #
              white male      8                     5               5               1               1
          hispanic male     187                   156             114             118              58
       other ethnic male      7                     8               7               7               4
                all male    202                   169             126             126              63

            white female           14               9              13               4               2
        hispanic female           440             327             306             272             193
     other ethnic female            5               6              10              10               8
              all female          459             342             329             286             203
ALL STUDENTS                      661             511             455             412             266
     by $ amount
               white male      14,750           8,000          10,500           2,500           4,000
           hispanic male      347,342         289,858         305,314         247,358         191,465
        other ethnic male       9,750          15,000          17,300          15,975          16,000
                 all male     371,842         312,858         333,114         265,833         211,465

            white female        26,000         13,750           20,000          9,000           4,000
        hispanic female        803,427        623,170          655,901        596,293         636,963
     other ethnic female         7,000         10,750           18,140         23,485          23,476
              all female       836,427        647,670          694,041        628,778         664,439
ALL STUDENTS             $   1,208,269   $    960,528    $   1,027,155   $    894,611    $    875,904
FEDERALLY -INSURED LOANS
     by award #
             white male            99             111              96             120              96
         hispanic male          1,195           1,340           1,369           1,201           1,356
      other ethnic male            23              60              91              89             112
               all male         1,317           1,511           1,556           1,410           1,564

            white female           46             196             168             152             166
        hispanic female         2,158           2,057           2,155           2,065           2,237
     other ethnic female           47              68             110             122             169
              all female        2,251           2,321           2,433           2,339           2,572
ALL STUDENTS                    3,568           3,832           3,989           3,749           4,136
     by $ amount
               white male      393,248         392,019         401,383         427,926         337,215
           hispanic male     4,066,892       4,189,254       4,294,381       4,021,208       4,678,851
        other ethnic male       45,744         165,963         206,034         301,713         363,586
                 all male    4,505,884       4,747,236       4,901,798       4,750,847       5,379,652

            white female      137,775         689,746         570,860         561,291         572,934
        hispanic female     7,030,539       6,495,613       6,883,406       6,734,199       7,573,952
     other ethnic female      146,275         204,454         332,259         402,390         510,738
              all female    7,314,589       7,389,813       7,786,525       7,697,880       8,657,624
ALL STUDENTS             $ 11,820,473    $ 12,137,049    $ 12,688,323    $ 12,448,727    $ 14,037,276




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                                             Financial Aid
                                                 Loans

                                  1998            1999            2000            2001            2002
STATE -INSURED LOANS
    by award #
              white male            1              16              24              12              -
          hispanic male             4             158             143              89              -
       other ethnic male            1               4               1               1              -
                all male            6             178             168             102              -

            white female             1              1             -                -               -
        hispanic female             10             20              20               9              -
     other ethnic female           -              -               -                 2              -
              all female            11             21              20              11              -
ALL STUDENTS                        17            199             188             113              -
     by $ amount
               white male       2,750           9,528          19,281          18,622              -
           hispanic male       11,400          87,836          97,707          94,860              -
        other ethnic male       1,313           2,050           3,264             580              -
                 all male      15,463          99,414         120,252         114,062              -

            white female        5,500           5,500             -               -                -
        hispanic female        43,955          42,842          38,883          10,250              -
     other ethnic female          -               -               -             9,539              -
              all female       49,455          48,342          38,883          19,789              -
ALL STUDENTS             $     64,918    $    147,756    $    159,135    $    133,851    $         -
INSTITUTION LOANS
     by award #
               white male          87              99             166             150             152
           hispanic male        1,372           1,784           2,189           2,268           2,345
        other ethnic male          95             143             238             236             293
                 all male       1,554           2,026           2,593           2,654           2,790

            white female          121             149             177             153             156
        hispanic female         1,883           2,377           2,929           3,148           3,112
     other ethnic female          108             139             229             269             311
              all female        2,112           2,665           3,335           3,570           3,579
ALL STUDENTS                    3,666           4,691           5,928           6,224           6,369
     by $ amount
               white male      48,991           56,308         109,079         115,673         113,816
           hispanic male      755,802        1,009,620       1,322,870       1,477,831       1,700,737
        other ethnic male      75,015          123,009         216,118         227,927         311,189
                 all male     879,808        1,188,937       1,648,067       1,821,431       2,125,742

            white female        69,957          92,900         113,891         111,337         105,702
        hispanic female        987,494       1,279,045       1,673,369       1,960,607       2,155,570
     other ethnic female        82,222         112,405         194,526         243,075         283,377
              all female     1,139,673       1,484,350       1,981,786       2,315,019       2,544,649
ALL STUDENTS             $   2,019,481   $   2,673,287   $   3,629,853   $   4,136,450   $   4,670,391




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                                            Financial Aid
                                                Loans

                                  1998           1999           2000           2001           2002
PRIVATE SOURCES
    by award #
              white male           12             13              9             10              7
          hispanic male            57             74             65             73             80
       other ethnic male            9             12              8              5             15
                all male           78             99             82             88            102

            white female           12             13              8              9             11
        hispanic female            87             96            106            142            103
     other ethnic female            6              4              3              6              7
              all female          105            113            117            157            121
ALL STUDENTS                      183            212            199            245            223
     by $ amount
               white male       8,525           9,594          7,755          4,112          2,631
           hispanic male       28,426          38,014         31,300         28,025         29,541
        other ethnic male       4,172           5,617          4,041          3,100          5,094
                 all male      41,123          53,225         43,096         35,237         37,266

            white female     5,370     8,495       2,898       3,950                         5,160
         hispanic female    37,479    41,472     39,095       47,852                        41,642
     other ethnic female     3,301     1,765       1,073       3,810                         3,670
               all female   46,150    51,732     43,066       55,612                        50,472
ALL STUDENTS              $ 87,273 $ 104,957 $   86,162 $     90,849 $                      87,738
TOTAL NUMBER OF UNDUPLICATED RECIPIENTS (REPAYABLE BY CASH OR SERVICE)
      by total #
              white male       162       152         211         183                           167
           hispanic male     2,272     2,378       2,576       2,501                         2,701
       other ethnic male       103       151         199         218                           267
                 all male    2,537     2,681       2,986       2,902                         3,135
                                …
            white female       229       245         263         217                           238
         hispanic female     3,421     3,472       3,792       3,774                         3,887
     other ethnic female       114       149         240         263                           325
               all female    3,764     3,866       4,295       4,254                         4,450
ALL STUDENTS                 6,301     6,547       7,281       7,156                         7,585
       by total $ amount
               white male      480,561        418,349        547,998        568,833        457,662
           hispanic male     6,320,479      5,148,536      6,051,572      5,869,282      6,600,594
        other ethnic male      159,955        148,917        446,757        549,295        695,869
                  all male   6,960,995      5,715,802      7,046,327      6,987,410      7,754,125

            white female      643,011         664,917        707,649        685,578        687,796
        hispanic female     8,477,634       8,044,480      9,290,654      9,349,201     10,408,127
     other ethnic female      235,877         197,820        545,998        682,299        821,261
              all female    9,356,522       8,907,217     10,544,301     10,717,078     11,917,184
ALL STUDENTS             $ 16,317,517    $ 14,623,019   $ 17,590,628   $ 17,704,488   $ 19,671,309




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                                             Financial Aid
                                             Scholarships

                                  1998            1999            2000            2001            2002
TOTAL NUMBER OF AWARDS
             white male           130             141             152             160             163
         hispanic male            771             859             962           1,012           1,227
      other ethnic male           126             182             185             219             251
               all male         1,027           1,182           1,299           1,391           1,641

            white female          151             228             200             247             267
        hispanic female           867           1,329           1,446           1,793           2,302
     other ethnic female          116             193             287             340             351
              all female        1,134           1,750           1,933           2,380           2,920
ALL STUDENTS                    2,161           2,932           3,232           3,771           4,561
TOTAL DOLLAR AMOUNT
             white male        172,430         178,886         212,542         191,555         228,296
         hispanic male         820,855         981,219       1,257,545       1,298,350       1,506,982
      other ethnic male        188,902         217,610         256,635         311,118         340,949
               all male      1,182,187       1,377,715       1,726,722       1,801,023       2,076,226

            white female       195,472         282,695         237,978         315,711         347,795
        hispanic female        726,697       1,269,836       1,655,137       2,191,256       2,870,746
     other ethnic female       153,862         198,092         369,142         471,779         504,615
              all female     1,076,031       1,750,623       2,262,257       2,978,746       3,723,156
ALL STUDENTS             $   2,258,218   $   3,128,338   $   3,988,979   $   4,779,769   $   5,799,382
TOTAL # UNDUPLICATED RECIPIENTS
              white male      89                   89              87              92             110
          hispanic male      542                  600             633             637           1,020
       other ethnic male      88                   97             112              98             228
                all male     719                  786             832             827           1,358

            white female          115             135             115             121             203
        hispanic female           670             977             979           1,043           1,874
     other ethnic female           78             105             164             163             305
              all female          863           1,217           1,258           1,327           2,382
ALL STUDENTS                    1,582           2,003           2,090           2,154           3,740




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                                              Financial Aid
                                         STUDENT EMPLOYMENT

                         1998                      1999            2000            2001            2002
FEDERAL PROGRAM-WORKSTUDY
     by award #
             white male    9                        12              12              12              19
         hispanic male   284                       299             312             290             401
      other ethnic male    8                        15              26              24              28
               all male  301                       326             350             326             448

            white female           16               16              23              18              25
        hispanic female           563              565             609             541             716
     other ethnic female            8               26              39              36              55
              all female          587              607             671             595             796
ALL STUDENTS                      888              933           1,021             921           1,244
     by $ amount
               white male      14,870           16,380          16,251          22,161          23,381
           hispanic male      441,303          478,433         514,016         533,331         523,303
        other ethnic male       8,458           21,825          41,193          42,106          34,850
                 all male     464,631          516,638         571,460         597,598         581,534

            white female        20,797           25,417          32,174          30,717          34,869
        hispanic female        917,585          934,455         978,475       1,006,866         951,720
     other ethnic female         8,651           31,628          59,736          74,976          68,762
              all female       947,033          991,500       1,070,385       1,112,559       1,055,351
ALL STUDENTS                 1,411,664        1,508,138       1,641,845       1,710,157       1,636,885
ALL OTHER WORK/STUDY PROGRAMS
      by award #
              white male     1                        1              2               1               1
          hispanic male     30                       39             46              22              27
       other ethnic male   -                        -                4               1               2
                all male    31                       40             52              24              30

            white female            5                3             -                -              -
        hispanic female            55               78              65               36             74
     other ethnic female            2                1               2                1              4
              all female           62               82              67               37             78
ALL STUDENTS                       93              122             119               61            108
       by $ amount
               white male       1,697              268           1,537           1,249           1,239
           hispanic male       31,437           28,591          25,589          22,458          32,826
        other ethnic male         -                -             2,226             930             700
                 all male      33,134           28,859          29,352          24,637          34,765

            white female        2,747            1,600             -               -               -
        hispanic female        59,532           53,218          37,863          39,614          98,249
     other ethnic female        2,768              854           1,066           1,246           3,608
              all female       65,047           55,672          38,929          40,860         101,857
ALL STUDENTS             $     98,181     $     84,531    $     68,281    $     65,497    $    136,622




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                                              Financial Aid
                                         STUDENT EMPLOYMENT

                            1998                   1999            2000            2001            2002
TOTAL # UNDUPLICATED RECIPIENTS
    by total #
              white male       9                    12              12              12              13
          hispanic male      284                   298             315             291             317
       other ethnic male       8                    15              26              23              22
                all male     301                   325             353             326             352

            white female           18               17              23              17              20
        hispanic female           571              565             596             538             591
     other ethnic female            8               26              37              36              39
              all female          597              608             656             591             650
ALL STUDENTS                      898              933           1,009             917           1,002
     by total $
               white male      15,080           14,870          17,788          23,410          24,620
           hispanic male      428,828          441,023         539,605         555,789         556,129
        other ethnic male       1,796            8,458          43,419          43,036          35,550
                 all male     445,704          464,351         600,812         622,235         616,299

            white female        24,796           21,708          32,174          30,717          34,869
        hispanic female        926,939          926,428       1,016,338       1,046,480       1,049,969
     other ethnic female         3,151            8,651          60,802          76,222          72,371
              all female       954,886          956,787       1,109,314       1,153,419       1,157,209
ALL STUDENTS             $   1,400,590    $   1,421,138   $   1,710,126   $   1,775,654   $   1,773,508




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                                                         Student Enrollment
The following materials were derived from data files developed by the Office of Institutional
Effectiveness. Most the tables were produced by analyzing and tabulating Official 12th Class Day
enrollment data submitted by the University to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
The CBM001, as the report is called, is the "official" report of UTPA's student
headcount enrollment to the State.

The enrollment data are divided into six sections:

                           *   Historical enrollment since 1927
                           *   Enrollment by term and classification from Fall 1998 to Fall 2002
                           *   An analysis of enrollment from various demographic perspectives
                           *   Undergraduate and Graduate headcount by discipline (see Note below)
                           *   Full-Time Equivalency conversions of headcount data
                           *   Retention Analysis summary


        Significant Findings

                           * During Fall 2002, 66.00% of all Undergraduates were enrolled full-time. This
                             represents a 8.3% increase from Fall 2000. The greatest increase was at the
                             Beginning Freshmen level where there was a 18.3% increase.

                           * Undergraduate enrollment has continued to increase by 4.5% from Fall 2001
                             of 11,972 to 12,510 for Fall 2002.


                           * Graduate enrollment has increased12.8% from 1669 in Fall 2001 to 1882 for
                             Fall of 2002.


                           * Although overall enrollment has increased, there has been a significant increase
                             of graduate enrollment, up 36.7% or 448 students since Fall 1997.




Note.                          The headcount by discipline is categorized according to the restructuring Academic
                               Affairs Division. The restructure took effect in Fall 1995.




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                                                          Student Enrollment
                                                General Headcount Figures from 1927 to the Present

        Academic Year                       Fall             Spring                      Summer I      Summer II
         1927 to 1928                       196
         1928 to 1929                       216
         1929 to 1930                       175
         1930 to 1931                       158
         1931 to 1932                       220
         1932 to 1933                       202
         1933 to 1934                       147
         1934 to 1935                       171
         1935 to 1936                       217                      Enrollment for Separate
         1936 to 1937                       206                 Semesters Not Available until 1957
         1937 to 1938                       216
         1938 to 1939                       249
         1939 to 1940                       266
         1940 to 1941                       290
         1941 to 1942                       234
         1942 to 1943                       219
         1943 to 1944                       122
         1944 to 1945                       143
         1945 to 1946                       211
         1946 to 1947                       491
         1947 to 1948                       650
         1948 to 1949                       783
         1949 to 1950                       830
         1950 to 1951                       877
         1951 to 1952                       845
         1952 to 1953                     1,537
         1953 to 1954                     1,777
         1954 to 1955                     2,028
         1955 to 1956                     2,105
         1956 to 1957                     2,182
         1957 to 1958                     1,660               1,651                              871        695
         1958 to 1959                     1,823               1,766                              924        718
         1959 to 1960                     1,888               1,799                            1,038        739
         1960 to 1961                     2,036               1,935                            1,022        745
         1961 to 1962                     1,954               1,811                            1,023        758
         1962 to 1963                     2,117               2,126                            1,183        838
         1963 to 1964                     2,232               2,221                            1,219        817
         1964 to 1965                     2,362               2,355                            1,237        810
         1965 to 1966                     2,861               2,739                            1,627      1,076
         1966 to 1967                     3,358               3,197                            1,902      1,304
         1967 to 1968                     3,821               3,716                            2,123      1,502
         1968 to 1969                     4,092               4,009                            2,428      1,901
         1969 to 1970                     4,612               4,499                            2,764      2,113
         1970 to 1971                     5,045               5,294                            3,429      2,933
         1971 to 1972                     6,217               6,231                            4,092      3,244
         1972 to 1973                     6,896               6,724                            4,127      3,429
         1973 to 1974                     6,639               6,349                            4,036      3,206
         1974 to 1975                     6,694               6,704                            4,337      3,566
         1975 to 1976                     7,689               7,712                            4,721      3,572
         1976 to 1977                     8,155               8,092                            5,024      3,781
         1977 to 1978                     8,102               7,862                            4,676      3,659
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness                         Continued on Next Page




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                                                             Student Enrollment
                                           General Headcount Figures from 1927 to the Present
     Academic Year                      Fall                     Spring                          Summer I                          Summer II
      1978 to 1979                    7,940                       7,911                             4,612                             3,513
      1979 to 1980                    8,569                       8,244                             4,727                             3,553
      1980 to 1981                    8,393                       8,139                             4,695                             3,508
      1981 to 1982                    8,066                       7,545                             4,824                             3,502
      1982 to 1983                    7,952                       8,254                             4,998                             3,743
      1983 to 1984                    8,594                       8,528                             5,314                             3,803
      1984 to 1985                    8,921                       8,520                             5,302                             3,997
      1985 to 1986                    8,329                       7,976                             5,323                             3,782
      1986 to 1987                    8,903                       8,846                             5,174                             3,577
      1987 to 1988                    9,632                       9,941                                               7,102
      1988 to 1989                   11,212                      11,149                                               8,655
      1989 to 1990                   12,090                      11,843                                               7,930
      1990 to 1991                   12,248                      12,043                                               8,152
      1991 to 1992                   12,466                      12,854                                               8,389
         1992 to 1993                13,299                      13,528                                               8,262
         1993 to 1994                13,702                      13,434                                               8,776
         1994 to 1995                13,750                      13,030                                               8,686
         1995 to 1996                13,373                      12,569                                               7,497
         1996 to 1997                12,692                      11,500                                               7,744
         1997 to 1998                12,520                      11,533                                               6,835
         1998 to 1999                12,372                      11,750                                               7,927
         1999 to 2000                12,571                      11,965                                               7,933
         2000 to 2001                12,760                      12,221                                               7,907
         2001 to 2002                13,640                      12,881                                               9,243
         2002 to 2003                14,392                      14,171
                        Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness


16,000                                                         Fall Enrollment Trend Since 1927
15,000
14,000
13,000
12,000
11,000
10,000
 9,000
 8,000
 7,000
 6,000
 5,000
 4,000
 3,000
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    0
     1927 to    1933 to     1939 to      1945 to      1951 to      1957 to   1963 to   1969 to   1975 to    1981 to    1987 to   1993 to   1999 to
      1928       1934        1940         1946         1952         1958      1964      1970      1976       1982       1988      1994      2000




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                                                             Student Enrollment
                                                    Fall Semester Headcount by Entry Action
FALL Semester                                    1998                1999                2000                2001                2002
Student Headcount                                 #          %       #          %         #         %        #          %         #         %
Undergraduate
                Special Admit                 36         0.3%        63      0.5%        82      0.6%       115      0.8%        88      0.6%
               Transfer Admit                407         3.3%       448      3.6%       448      3.5%       438      3.2%       490      3.4%
       Continuing Registration              7137        57.7%      7316     58.2%      7411     58.1%      7882     57.8%      8141     56.6%
             Freshman Admit                 1657        13.4%      1650     13.1%      1701     13.3%      2073     15.2%      1999     13.9%
          First-Time Transfer                536         4.3%       602      4.8%       605      4.7%       639      4.7%       683      4.7%
             Internal Transfer               458         3.7%       354      2.8%       467      3.7%       281      2.1%       611      4.2%
                  Non Degree                   2         0.0%        14      0.1%         4      0.0%         8      0.1%         8      0.1%
                  Readmitted                 514         4.2%       469      3.7%       470      3.7%       535      3.9%       490      3.4%
All Undergraduates                        10,747        86.9%    10,916     86.9%    11,188     87.7%    11,971     87.8%    12,510     86.9%
GRADUATE
       Continuing Registration               928          7.5%    1,137       9.0%    1,042       8.2%     1149       8.4%     1177       8.2%
              Graduate Admit                 633          5.1%      461       3.7%      449       3.5%      450       3.3%      601       4.2%
             Internal Transfer                63          0.5%       48       0.4%       72       0.6%       40       0.3%       65       0.5%
                  Non Degree                   0          0.0%        5       0.0%        8       0.1%       30       0.2%       39       0.3%
All Graduates                              1,624         13.1%    1,651      13.1%    1,571      12.3%    1,669      12.2%    1,882      13.1%
ALL STUDENTS                              12,371        100.0%   12,567     100.0%   12,759     100.0%   13,640     100.0%   14,392     100.0%
Source: CBM001 - Official 12th Class Day Enrollment Report



                                                             Student Enrollment
                                                   Fall Semester Headcount by Classification

FALL Semester                                    1998                1999                2000                2001                2002
Student Headcount                                 #          %       #          %         #         %        #          %         #         %
Undergraduate
          Entering Freshmen                1,819        14.7%     1,880     15.0%     1,883     14.8%     2,235     16.4%     1,659     11.5%
        Continuing Freshmen                 1722        13.9%      1686     13.4%      1761     13.8%      1793     13.1%      2405     16.7%
                 Sophomore                  2109        17.0%      2062     16.4%      2051     16.1%      2136     15.7%      2420     16.8%
                       Junior               1918        15.5%      1943     15.5%      2035     15.9%      2079     15.2%      2261     15.7%
                      Senior                2657        21.5%      2789     22.2%      2843     22.3%      3086     22.6%      3197     22.2%
          Post-Baccalaureate                 519         4.2%       567      4.5%       613      4.8%       642      4.7%       568      3.9%
All Undergraduates                        10,744        86.8%    10,927     86.9%    11,186     87.7%    11,971     87.8%    12,510     86.9%
GRADUATE
                     Masters               1577          12.7%    1579       12.6%    1513       11.9%     1594      11.7%     1808      12.6%
                     Doctoral                 52          0.4%       65       0.5%       61       0.5%       75       0.5%       74       0.5%
All Graduates                              1,629         13.2%    1,644      13.1%    1,574      12.3%    1,669      12.2%    1,882      13.1%
ALL STUDENTS                              12,373        100.0%   12,571     100.0%   12,760     100.0%   13,640     100.0%   14,392     100.0%
Source: CBM001 - Official 12th Class Day Enrollment Report




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                                                                Student Enrollment
                              % Changes in Fall Semester Headcount from Previous Fall Semester
FALL Semester                                    1998                   1999                2000                2001                2002
Student Headcount                                 #          %∆         #        %∆          #       %∆         #        %∆          #       %∆
Undergraduate
          Entering Freshmen                 1,819        -6.9%       1,880       3.4%    1,883       0.2%    2,235     18.7%     1,659     -25.8%
        Continuing Freshmen                 1,722       -14.3%       1,686      -2.1%    1,761       4.4%    1,793      1.8%     2,405      34.1%
                 Sophomore                  2,109        -9.1%       2,062      -2.2%    2,051      -0.5%    2,136      4.1%     2,420      13.3%
                       Junior               1,918         4.8%       1,943       1.3%    2,035       4.7%    2,079      2.2%     2,261       8.8%
                      Senior                2,657        -1.2%       2,789       5.0%    2,843       1.9%    3,086      8.5%     3,197       3.6%
          Post-Baccalaureate                  519        -4.0%         567       9.2%      613       8.1%      642      4.7%       568     -11.5%
All Undergraduates                        10,744         -5.7%      10,927      1.7%    11,186      2.4%    11,971      7.0%    12,510      4.5%
GRADUATE
                           Masters          1,577        2.4%        1,579      0.1%     1,513      -4.2%    1,594      5.4%     1,808     13.4%
                           Doctoral            52       11.4%           65     25.0%        61      -6.2%       75     23.0%        74     -1.3%
All Graduates                               1,629            2.7%    1,644      0.9%     1,574      -4.3%    1,669      6.0%     1,882     12.8%
ALL STUDENTS                              12,373         -5.1%      12,571      1.6%    12,760      1.5%    13,640      6.9%    14,392      5.5%

                                                                Student Enrollment
                                                 Spring Semester Headcount by Classification
SPRING Semester                                  1998                   1999                2000                2001                2002
Student Headcount                                 #            %        #          %         #         %        #          %         #         %
Undergraduate
              Entering Freshmen               548            4.7%     481       4.1%      503       4.2%      416       3.4%      605      45.4%
           Continuing Freshmen              2,415       20.9%        2,429     20.7%     2,372     19.8%     2,542     20.8%     2,613      2.8%
                    Sophomore               2,234       19.3%        2,024     17.2%     2,059     17.2%     2,041     16.7%     2,207      8.1%
                              Junior        1,901       16.5%        1,945     16.6%     1,982     16.6%     2,038     16.7%     2,174      6.7%
                             Senior         2,694       23.3%        2,762     23.5%     2,839     23.7%     2,934     24.0%     3,069      4.6%
             Post-Baccalaureate               499            4.3%     527       4.5%      617       5.2%      657       5.4%      642       -2.3%
All Undergraduates                        10,291        89.1%       10,168     86.6%    10,372     86.7%    10,628     87.0%    11,310      6.4%
                      GRADUATE
                           Masters          1,215       10.5%        1,519     12.9%     1,528     12.8%     1,526     12.5%     1,502      -1.6%
                           Doctoral             49           0.4%      51       0.4%       65       0.5%       67       0.5%       69       3.0%
All Graduates                               1,264       10.9%        1,570     13.4%     1,593     13.3%     1,593     13.0%     1,571      -1.4%
ALL STUDENTS                              11,555        100.0%      11,738     100.0%   11,965     100.0%   12,221     100.0%   12,881      5.4%

                                                                Student Enrollment
                                Summer Composite (Nonduplicated) Headcount by Classification
Summer Composite                                 1998                   1999                2000                2001                2002
Student Headcount                                 #            %        #          %         #         %        #          %         #         %
Undergraduate
              Entering Freshmen               214            2.8%     338       4.3%      383       4.8%      324       4.1%      621      91.7%
           Continuing Freshmen              1,152       14.9%        1,153     14.5%     1,150     14.5%     1,086     13.7%     1,557     43.4%
                       Sophomore            1,386       17.9%        1,299     16.4%     1,279     16.1%     1,233     15.6%     1,621     31.5%
                              Junior        1,395       18.0%        1,361     17.2%     1,375     17.3%     1,310     16.6%     1,596     21.8%
                             Senior         2,235       28.9%        2,202     27.8%     2,054     25.9%     2,382     30.1%     2,365      -0.7%
             Post-Baccalaureate               453            5.8%     460       5.8%      551       6.9%      537       6.8%      446      -16.9%
All Undergraduates                          6,835       88.3%        6,813     86.0%     6,792     85.6%     6,872     86.9%     8,206     19.4%
                      GRADUATE
                           Masters            894       11.5%        1,094     13.8%     1,099     13.9%      978      12.4%      987       0.9%
                           Doctoral             15           0.2%      19       0.2%       42       0.5%       57       0.7%       52       -8.8%
All Graduates                                 909       11.7%        1,113     14.0%     1,141     14.4%     1,035     13.1%     1,039      0.4%
ALL STUDENTS                                7,744       100.0%       7,926     100.0%    7,933     100.0%    7,907     100.0%    9,245     16.9%
Source: CBM001 - Official 12th Class Day Enrollment Report




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                                                                   Student Enrollment
                                                        Gender and Ethnicity Headcount Analysis
                                                            percentages based on career level subtotals

Fall Semester                                      1998                         1999                        2000             2001             2002
Student Headcount                                   #            %              #             %              #        %       #        %       #        %


Undergraduate LEVEL
                                 Male          4679         43.5%           4681        42.8%             4711     42.1%   4954     41.4%   5214     41.7%
                              Female           6065         56.5%           6246        57.2%             6475     57.9%   7018     58.6%   7296     58.3%


By Ethnicity & Gender
      White Non-Hispanic Male                    509         4.7%            363          3.3%            556      5.0%    325      2.7%    341      2.7%
   White Non-Hispanic Female                     652         6.1%            464          4.2%            771      6.9%    414      3.5%    388      3.1%
                     Hispanic Male             4029         37.5%           3976        36.4%             3986     35.6%   4237     35.4%   4484     35.8%
                  Hispanic Female              5254         48.9%           5318        48.7%             5496     49.1%   6077     50.8%   6421     51.3%
               Other Ethnic* Male                141         1.3%            342          3.1%             169     1.5%     392     3.3%     389     3.1%
            Other Ethnic Female                  159         1.5%            464          4.2%             208     1.9%     527     4.4%     487     3.9%


By Enrollment Status & Gender
                    Full-Time Male             2980         27.7%           3063        28.0%             3072     27.5%   3262     27.2%   3565     28.5%
                 Full-Time Female              3808         35.4%           4059        37.1%             4219     37.7%   4633     38.7%   5043     40.3%
                  Part-Time Male               1699         15.8%           1618        14.8%             1639     14.7%   1692     14.1%   1649     13.2%
                Part-Time Female               2257         21.0%           2187        20.0%             2256     20.2%   2385     19.9%   2253     18.0%


GRADUATE LEVEL
                                 Male            574          36%            583           35%             571      36%     609      36%     687     36.5%
                              Female           1003           64%           1061           65%            1003      64%    1060      64%    1195     63.5%


By Ethnicity & Gender
      White Non-Hispanic Male                    130            8%           110            7%              97       6%      95       6%     115       6%
   White Non-Hispanic Female                     196          12%            187           11%            146        9%    141        8%    155        8%
                     Hispanic Male               383          24%            399           24%            408       26%    427       26%    457       24%
                  Hispanic Female                761          48%            809           49%             798      51%     846      51%     966      51%
                Other Ethnic Male                  61           4%             74           5%              66       4%      87       5%     115       6%
            Other Ethnic Female                    46           3%             65           4%              59       4%      73       4%      74       4%


By Enrollment Status & Gender
                    Full-Time Male               127            8%           141            9%             128       8%     156       9%     195      10%
                 Full-Time Female                193          12%            256           16%             218      14%     235      14%     240      13%
                   Part-Time Male                447          28%            442           27%             443      28%     453      27%     492      26%
                Part-Time Female                 810          51%            805           49%             785      50%     825      49%     955      51%
Source: CBM001 - Official 12th Class Day Enrollment Report

Note: *Other Ethnic includes Asian, Pacific Islander, Native American, Alaskan Native, Black and Alien.




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                                                               Gender Headcount Analysis
                                                                    Graphical Representations


                             Undergraduate                                                          Graduate
 8000                                                                             1400




 7000
                                                                                  1200




 6000
                                                                                  1000



 5000

                                                                                   800


 4000


                                                                                   600

 3000



                                                                                   400
 2000




                                                                                   200
 1000




     0                                                                                0
              1998           1999           2000             2001      2002                1998   1999     2000        2001   2002
                                   Male      Female                                                      Male     Female




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                                                                   Student Enrollment
                                                                  Ethnicity Headcount Analysis
                                                            percentages based on career level subtotals

Fall Semester                                      1998                         1999                        2000            2001            2002
Student Headcount                                   #            %              #             %              #      %        #      %        #      %


Undergraduate LEVEL
                                White          1161           11%            827            8%            1327     12%     739     6%      729     6%
                            Hispanic           9283           86%           9294           85%            9482     85%   10314     86%   10905     87%
            Other Ethnic Group *                 300            3%           806            7%             377     3%      919     8%      876     7%


By Gender & Ethnicity
                         White Male              509            5%           363            3%             556     5%      325     3%      341     3%
                     Hispanic Male             4029           38%           3976           36%            3986     36%   4237      35%   4484      36%
                Other Ethnic Male                141            1%           342            3%             169     2%      392     3%      389     3%
                     White Female                652            6%           464            4%             771     7%      414     3%      388     3%
                  Hispanic Female              5254           49%           5318           49%            5496     49%   6077      51%   6421      51%
            Other Ethnic Female                  159            1%           464            4%             208     2%      527     4%      487     4%

By Enrollment Status & Ethnicity
                   Full-Time White               754            7%           496            5%             926     8%      475     4%      513     4%
               Full-Time Hispanic              5792           54%           5974           55%            6015     54%   6683      56%   7414      59%
          Full-Time Other Ethnic                 242            2%           652            6%             291     3%      737     6%      681     5%
                  Part-Time White                407            4%           331            3%             401     4%      264     2%      216     2%
             Part-Time Hispanic                3491           32%           3320           30%            3467     31%   3631      30%   3491      28%
         Part-Time Other Ethnic                  58            1%            154            1%              86      1%    182       2%    195       2%

GRADUATE LEVEL
                                White            326          21%            297           18%             243     15%     236     14%     270     14%
                            Hispanic           1144           73%           1208           73%            1206     77%    1273     76%    1423     76%
              Other Ethnic Group                 107            7%           139            8%             125     8%      160     10%     189     10%

By Gender & Ethnicity
                         White Male              130            8%           110            7%              97     6%       95     6%      115     6%
                     Hispanic Male               383          24%            399           24%            408      26%    427      26%    457      24%
                Other Ethnic Male                  61           4%             74           5%              66     4%       87     5%      115     6%
                     White Female                196          12%            187           11%             146     9%      141     8%      155     8%
                  Hispanic Female                761          48%            809           49%             798     51%    846      51%    966      51%
            Other Ethnic Female                    46           3%             65           4%              59     4%       73     4%       74     4%

By Enrollment Status & Ethnicity
                   Full-Time White                 78           5%             89           5%              42     3%       44     3%       51     3%
               Full-Time Hispanic                197          12%            247           15%            238      15%    262      16%    277      15%
          Full-Time Other Ethnic                   45           3%             61           4%              66     4%       85     5%      107     6%
                  Part-Time White                248          16%            208           13%             201     13%     192     12%     219     12%
             Part-Time Hispanic                  947          60%            961           58%             968     61%    1011     61%    1146     61%
         Part-Time Other Ethnic                   62           4%             78            5%              59      4%      75      4%      82      4%
Source: CBM001 - Official 12th Class Day Enrollment Report
Note: *Other Ethnic includes Asian, Pacific Islander, Native American, Alaskan Native, Black and Alien.




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                                                                  Ethnicity Headcount Analysis
                                                                         Graphical Representations
                            Undergraduate                                                                                Graduate
                                                                                                                                       Doctoral
                                                                                         1500
    12000

                                                                                         1400
    11000
                                                                                         1300

    10000
                                                                                         1200


      9000                                                                               1100


      8000                                                                               1000


                                                                                           900
      7000

                                                                                           800
      6000
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      5000
                                                                                           600


      4000                                                                                 500


                                                                                           400
      3000

                                                                                           300
      2000

                                                                                           200
      1000
                                                                                           100

           0
                       White                Hispanic             Other Ethnic
                                                                                               0
                                                                   Group *                                White           Hispanic     Other Ethnic Group
                                                                                                          1998    1999   2000   2001   2002
                         1998       1999       2000       2001      2002

Source: CBM001 - Official 12th Class Day Enrollment Report

Note: *Other Ethnic includes Asian, Pacific Islander, Native American, Alaskan Native, Black and Alien.




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                                                Student Enrollment
                                    Headcount by Classification and Hours Enrolled

                                      1998               1999              2000               2001              2002
                                       #       %         #         %        #       %         #         %        #        %
Freshman / Sophomore                  1995               1996              1997               1997              1997
                       1-2            27    0.5%        11      0.2%       19    0.3%        23      0.4%       10   -56.5%
                       3-5           280    5.0%       274      4.9%      299    5.3%       389      6.3%      343   -11.8%
                       6-8           505    8.9%       491      8.7%      523    9.2%       484      7.9%      490     1.2%
                      9 - 11         696   12.3%       732     13.0%      735   12.9%       774     12.6%      789     1.9%
                     12 - 14       2,981   52.8%     3,033     53.9%    3,139   55.1%     3,448     55.9%    3,770     9.3%
                     15 - 17       1,008   17.8%       979     17.4%      913   16.0%       966     15.7%    1,010     4.6%
                18 and over          153    2.7%       108      1.9%       67    1.2%        81      1.3%       72   -11.1%
Lower Division Total               5,650 100.0%      5,628    100.0%    5,695 100.0%      6,165    100.0%    6,484     5.2%

Junior, Senior and PostBacc           1995               1996              1997               1997          1997
                         1-2         506    9.9%        12      0.2%       13    0.2%        17      0.3%       25    47.1%
                         3-5         414    8.1%       446      8.4%      458    8.3%       645     11.1%      527   -18.3%
                         6-8         853   16.7%       976     18.4%    1,059   19.3%       915     15.8%      900    -1.6%
                        9 - 11       675   13.3%       864     16.3%      789   14.4%       830     14.3%      818    -1.4%
                       12 - 14     1,535   30.1%     1,645     31.0%    1,796   32.7%     1,898     32.7%    2,104    10.9%
                       15 - 17       797   15.6%       979     18.5%    1,051   19.1%     1,141     19.6%    1,282    12.4%
                  18 and over        314    6.2%       377      7.1%      325    5.9%       361      6.2%      370     2.5%
Upper Division Total               5,094 100.0%      5,299    100.0%    5,491 100.0%      5,807    100.0%    6,026     3.8%

All Undergraduates
                      1-2            533     5.0%       23     0.2%        32     0.3%       40     0.3%        35   -12.5%
                      3-5            694     6.5%      720     6.6%       757     6.8%    1,034     8.6%       870   -15.9%
                      6-8          1,358    12.6%    1,467    13.4%     1,582    14.1%    1,399    11.7%     1,390    -0.6%
                     9 - 11        1,371    12.8%    1,596    14.6%     1,524    13.6%    1,604    13.4%     1,607     0.2%
                    12 - 14        4,516    42.0%    4,678    42.8%     4,935    44.1%    5,346    44.7%     5,874     9.9%
                    15 - 17        1,805    16.8%    1,958    17.9%     1,964    17.6%    2,107    17.6%     2,292     8.8%
               18 and over           467     4.3%      485     4.4%       392     3.5%      442     3.7%       442     0.0%
Undergraduate Total               10,744   100.0%   10,927   100.0%    11,186   100.0%   11,972   100.0%    12,510     4.5%

Graduate Division                     1994               1995              1995               1995          1995
                           1-2         1    0.1%         3      0.2%        9    0.6%         5      0.3%       10   100.0%
                           3-5       607   37.3%       530     32.2%      566   36.0%       576     34.5%      684    18.8%
                           6-8       672   41.3%       714     43.4%      653   41.5%       698     41.8%      753     7.9%
                         9 - 11      253   15.5%       305     18.6%      239   15.2%       271     16.2%      288     6.3%
                        12 - 14       71    4.4%        48      2.9%       65    4.1%        71      4.3%       76     7.0%
                        15 - 17       22    1.4%        42      2.6%       40    2.5%        41      2.5%       44     7.3%
                    18 and over        3    0.2%         2      0.1%        2    0.1%         7      0.4%       27   285.7%
Graduate Total                     1,629 100.0%      1,644    100.0%    1,574 100.0%      1,669    100.0%    1,882    12.8%

ALL STUDENTS
                           1-2       534     4.3%       26     0.2%        41     0.3%       45     0.3%        45     0.0%
                           3-5     1,301    10.5%    1,250     9.9%     1,323    10.4%    1,610    11.8%     1,554    -3.5%
                           6-8     2,030    16.4%    2,181    17.3%     2,235    17.5%    2,097    15.4%     2,143     2.2%
                         9 - 11    1,624    13.1%    1,901    15.1%     1,763    13.8%    1,875    13.7%     1,895     1.1%
                        12 - 14    4,587    37.1%    4,726    37.6%     5,000    39.2%    5,417    39.7%     5,950     9.8%
                        15 - 17    1,827    14.8%    2,000    15.9%     2,004    15.7%    2,148    15.7%     2,336     8.8%
                    18 and over      470     3.8%      487     3.9%       394     3.1%      449     3.3%       469     4.5%
Combined Total                    12,373   100.0%   12,571   100.0%    12,760   100.0%   13,641   100.0%    14,392     5.5%




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                                                         Composite Headcount and Hours Enrolled
                                                                                          Graphical Representations




                  1-2   Composite Enrollment Level
                             Lower
                                                  27
                                                         Upper
                                                                 506
                                                                            Graduate
                                                                                                  1
                  3-5                             280            414                         607
                  6-8                             505            853                         672
6,000            9 - 11                           696            675                         253
                12 - 14                2,981                    1,535                            71

5,500           15 - 17
        18 and over
                                       1,008
                                                  153
                                                                 797
                                                                 314
                                                                                                 22
                                                                                                 3


5,000
                  1-2                             11                 12                           3
                  3-5                             274            446                         530
                  6-8                             491            976                         714

4,500            9 - 11
                12 - 14                3,033
                                                  732            864
                                                                1,645
                                                                                             305
                                                                                                 48
                15 - 17                           979            979                             42

4,000   18 and over                               108            377                             2

                  1-2                             19                 13                           9

3,500             3-5
                  6-8
                                                  299
                                                  523
                                                                 458
                                                                1,059
                                                                                             566
                                                                                             653
                 9 - 11                           735            789                         239
3,000           12 - 14
                15 - 17
                                       3,139
                                                  913
                                                                1,796
                                                                1,051
                                                                                                 65
                                                                                                 40
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Graduate
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Upper Division UG
2,500
        18 and over                               67             325                             2
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Lower Divsion UG
                  1-2                             23                 17                           5
                  3-5                             389            645                         576
2,000             6-8
                 9 - 11
                                                  484
                                                  774
                                                                 915
                                                                 830
                                                                                             698
                                                                                             271

1,500           12 - 14
                15 - 17
                                       3,448
                                                  966
                                                                1,898
                                                                1,141
                                                                                                 71
                                                                                                 41
        18 and over                               81             361                             7

1,000             1-2                             10                 25                          10
                  3-5                             343            527                         684

 500              6-8
                 9 - 11
                                                  490
                                                  789
                                                                 900
                                                                 818
                                                                                             753
                                                                                             288
                12 - 14                3,770                    2,104                            76

   0            15 - 17                1,010                    1,282                            44
                                    18 and over




                                                                            18 and over




                                                                                                                   18 and over




                                                                                                                                                       18 and over




                                                                                                                                                                                            18 and over
          1-2

                  6-8

                          12 - 14




                                                   1-2

                                                          6-8

                                                                  12 - 14




                                                                                           1-2

                                                                                                  6-8

                                                                                                         12 - 14




                                                                                                                                 1-2

                                                                                                                                       6-8

                                                                                                                                             12 - 14




                                                                                                                                                                     1-2

                                                                                                                                                                            6-8

                                                                                                                                                                                  12 - 14




        18 and over                               72             370                             27




                 1998                                    1999                                    2000                                  2001                                2002




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                                              Headcount by Classification and Hours Enrolled
                                                                graphical representations



                                                   Lower Division Undergraduate Enrollment Level

      4,000                                                                                                  1-2
      3,500
                                                                                                             3-5
      3,000
                                                                                                             6-8
      2,500
      2,000                                                                                                  9 - 11
      1,500                                                                                                  12 - 14
      1,000
                                                                                                             15 - 17
         500
            0                                                                                                18 and
                           1998                      1999              2000                 2001      2002   over


                                                 Upper Division Undergraduate Enrollment Level               1-2
        2,500
                                                                                                             3-5
        2,000
                                                                                                             6-8
        1,500
                                                                                                             9 - 11
        1,000                                                                                                12 - 14

          500                                                                                                15 - 17

                0                                                                                            18 and over
                            1998                       1999             2000                2001    2002




                                                              Graduate Enrollment Levels
       800                                                                                                   1-2
       700
                                                                                                             3-5
       600
                                                                                                             6-8
       500

       400                                                                                                   9 - 11

       300                                                                                                   12 - 14
       200
                                                                                                             15 - 17
       100
                                                                                                             18 and over
           0
                       1998                                                            2001        2002
                                                1999                2000

Source: CBM001 - Official 12th Class Day Enrollment Report




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                                                                    Student Enrollment
                                               Headcount by Enrollment Status and Classification

FULL-TIME STUDENTS                                  1998                        1999                         2000                         2001                        2002
Student Headcount                              #             %             #             %              #             %              #             %            #             %
Undergraduate
          Entering Freshmen                    1,606        22.5%          1,595         21.2%          1,611        21.1%          1,882          22.7%        1,261        13.9%
        Continuing Freshmen                    1,180        16.5%          1,137         15.1%          1,161        15.2%          1,154          13.9%        1,861        20.6%
                 Sophomore                     1,356        19.0%          1,390         18.5%          1,347        17.6%          1,459          17.6%        1,730        19.1%
                       Junior                  1,219        17.1%          1,236         16.4%          1,287        16.9%          1,362          16.4%        1,542        17.1%
                      Senior                   1,390        19.5%          1,719         22.9%          1,826        23.9%          1,971          23.8%        2,133        23.6%
          Post-Baccalaureate                      37         0.5%             45          0.6%             59         0.8%             67           0.8%           81         0.9%
All Undergraduates                             6,788        95.1%          7,122         94.7%          7,291        95.5%          7,895          95.3%        8,608        95.2%
GRADUATE
                     Masters                     320         4.5%            359         4.8%             318         4.2%            376           4.5%          406          4.5%
                     Doctoral                     29         0.4%             38         0.5%              28         0.4%             15           0.2%           29          0.3%
All Graduates                                    349         4.9%            397         5.3%             346         4.5%            391           4.7%          435          4.8%
ALL FULL-TIME STUDENTS                         7,137       100.0%          7,519       100.0%           7,637       100.0%          8,286         100.0%        9,043        100.0%
Source: CBM001 - Official 12th Class Day Enrollment Report, Office of Institutional Effectiveness


PART-TIME STUDENTS                                  1998                        1999                         2000                         2001                        2002
Student Headcount                              #             %             #             %              #             %              #             %                   #            %
Undergraduate
          Entering Freshmen                      213         4.1%            285          5.6%            272         5.3%            353           6.6%          398         7.4%
        Continuing Freshmen                      542        10.4%            549         10.9%            600        11.7%            640          12.0%          544        10.2%
                 Sophomore                       753        14.4%            672         13.3%            704        13.7%            677          12.6%          690        12.9%
                       Junior                    699        13.3%            707         14.0%            748        14.6%            717          13.4%          719        13.4%
                      Senior                   1,267        24.2%          1,070         21.2%          1,017        19.9%          1,115          20.8%        1,064        19.9%
          Post-Baccalaureate                     482         9.2%            520         10.3%            554        10.8%            575          10.7%          487         9.1%
All Undergraduates                             3,956        75.6%          3,803         75.3%          3,895        76.0%          4,077          76.1%        3,902        72.9%
GRADUATE
                     Masters                   1,257        24.0%          1,220        24.2%           1,195        23.3%          1,218          22.7%        1,402         26.2%
                     Doctoral                     23         0.4%             27         0.5%              33         0.6%             60           1.1%           45          0.8%
All Graduates                                  1,280        24.4%          1,247        24.7%           1,228        24.0%          1,278          23.9%        1,447         27.1%
ALL PART-TIME STUDENTS                         5,236       100.0%          5,050       100.0%           5,123       100.0%          5,355         100.0%        5,349        100.0%
Source: CBM001 - Official 12th Class Day Enrollment Report


       PERCENTAGE
          by Class                                  1998                        1999                         2000                         2001                        2002
Student Headcount                           % FT           % PT          % FT          % PT          % FT           % PT          % FT           % PT          % FT          % PT
Undergraduate
          Entering Freshmen                   88.3%         11.7%         84.8%          15.2%         85.6%         14.4%         84.2%           15.8%       76.0%         24.0%
        Continuing Freshmen                   68.5%         31.5%         67.4%          32.6%         65.9%         34.1%         64.3%           35.7%       77.4%         22.6%
                 Sophomore                    64.3%         35.7%         67.4%          32.6%         65.7%         34.3%         68.3%           31.7%       71.5%         28.5%
                       Junior                 63.6%         36.4%         63.6%          36.4%         63.2%         36.8%         65.5%           34.5%       68.2%         31.8%
                      Senior                  52.3%         47.7%         61.6%          38.4%         64.2%         35.8%         63.9%           36.1%       66.7%         33.3%
          Post-Baccalaureate                   7.1%         92.9%          8.0%          92.0%          9.6%         90.4%         10.4%           89.6%       14.3%         85.7%
All Undergraduates                            63.2%         36.8%         65.2%          34.8%         65.2%         34.8%         65.9%           34.1%       68.8%         31.2%
GRADUATE
                     Masters                  20.3%         79.7%         22.7%          77.3%         21.0%         79.0%         23.6%           76.4%       22.5%         77.5%
                     Doctoral                 55.8%         44.2%         58.5%          41.5%         45.9%         54.1%         20.0%           80.0%       39.2%         60.8%
All Graduates                                 21.4%         78.6%         24.1%          75.9%         22.0%         78.0%         23.4%           76.6%       23.1%         76.9%
ALL STUDENTS                                  57.7%         42.3%         59.8%          40.2%         59.9%         40.1%         60.7%           39.3%       62.8%         37.2%
This percentage table compares enrollment levels within classes. Such a table aids in examining changes in enrollment distribution over time within classes.




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                                                                Student Enrollment
                                                             Average Age by Multiple Category


Student Headcount                            1998                     1999              2000                  2001     2002
Undergraduate
           Entering Freshmen                    19                     19                    19                19       19
         Continuing Freshmen                    22                     21                    21                21       20
                  Sophomore                     23                     23                    23                23       22
                        Junior                  25                     25                    25                25       24
                       Senior                   27                     27                    27                27       27
           Post-Baccalaureate                   31                     31                    31                31       31
All Undergraduates                              23                     24                    23                23       23
GRADUATE
                      Masters                   34                     32                    34                34       33
                      Doctoral                  37                     39                    38                39       39
All Graduates                                   33                     33                    34                34       34
Full-Time Undergraduate                         22                     22                    22                22       22
Part-Time Undergraduate                         27                     27                    27                27       26
Full-Time Graduate                              32                     32                    32                32       31
Part-Time Graduate                              35                     35                    35                35       34
Undergraduate Male                              24                     24                    24                24       23
Undergraduate Female                            24                     24                    24                24       23
Graduate Male                                   34                     34                    34                34       34
Graduate Female                                 34                     34                    34                34       33
Undergraduate White                             25                     25                    24                26       25
Undergraduate Hispanic                          24                     24                    24                24       23
Undergraduate Other Ethnic                      23                     23                    23                22       22
Graduate White                                  37                     38                    38                38       38
Graduate Hispanic                               33                     33                    33                33       33
Graduate Other Ethnic                           34                     34                    34                32       31
ALL STUDENTS                                    25                     24                    25                25       25
Source: CBM001 - Official 12th Class Day Enrollment Report



                                                        Average Age of Student Body
        40
                         33                      33                    34               34               34
        35

        30
                  23                       24                    23                23             23
        25
  Age




        20

        15

        10

        5

        0
                    1998                    1999                  2000              2001          2002
                                                               Academic Year
                                                                      All Undergraduates               All Graduates




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                                                                       Student Enrollment
                                                         Average Semester GPA by Multiple Category

Student Headcount                                     1998                 1999                  2000                2001           2002
Undergraduate
                               Entering Freshmen      2.12                 2.17                  2.24                2.06           2.20
                           Continuing Freshmen        2.28                 2.26                  2.30                2.39           2.38
                                     Sophomore        2.42                 2.43                  2.43                2.55           2.60
                                             Junior   2.66                 2.68                  2.71                2.72           2.73
                                            Senior    2.94                 2.98                  3.01                2.85           2.86
          Post-Baccalaureate                          3.35                 3.44                  3.46                3.00           3.04
All Undergraduates                                    2.52                 2.58                  2.62                2.66           2.62
GRADUATE
                                           Masters    3.71                 3.69                  3.69                3.61           3.64
                                           Doctoral   3.76                 3.86                  3.78                3.72           3.67
All Graduates                                         3.71                 3.72                  3.71                3.71           3.64
Full-Time Undergraduate                               2.51                 2.54                  2.59                2.60           2.62
Part-Time Undergraduate                               2.74                 2.79                  2.80                2.58           2.60
Full-Time Graduate                                    3.69                 3.70                  3.68                3.64           3.65
Part-Time Graduate                                    3.73                 3.71                  3.72                3.62           3.63
Undergraduate Male                                    2.47                 2.52                  2.54                2.52           2.53
Undergraduate Female                                  2.67                 2.70                  2.74                2.65           2.68
Graduate Male                                         3.61                 3.63                  3.66                3.53           3.58
Graduate Female                                       3.77                 3.75                  3.74                3.68           3.67
Undergraduate White                                   2.96                 2.99                  2.94                2.84           2.85
Undergraduate Hispanic                                2.55                 2.60                  2.64                2.56           2.59
Undergraduate Other Ethnic                            2.51                 2.53                  2.63                2.73           2.80
Graduate White                                        3.80                 3.83                  3.80                3.63           3.65
Graduate Hispanic                                     3.71                 3.69                  3.70                2.63           3.63
Graduate Other Ethnic                                 3.57                 3.60                  3.69                3.62           3.65
ALL STUDENTS                                          2.64                 2.73                  2.76                2.78           2.75
Source: CBM001 - Official 12th Class Day Enrollment Report


                                                                            Average G.P.A
                        4.00                 3.71                   3.72                  3.71                    3.71              3.64
                        3.75
                        3.50
                        3.25
  Grade Point Average




                        3.00                                                                               2.66
                                    2.52                     2.58                  2.62                                      2.62
                        2.75
                        2.50
                        2.25
                        2.00
                        1.75
                        1.50
                        1.25
                        1.00
                        0.75
                        0.50
                        0.25
                        0.00
                                       1998                     1999                  2000                    2001              2002
                                                                                   Semester
                                                                                                        All Undergraduates   All Graduates




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                                                                                Student Enrollment
                                                                                    Residency Distribution

                                                              1998                           1999                        2000                        2001                   2002
Student Headcount                                        #                %            #              %            #             %           #              %          #            %

            Cameron County                                 863          7.0%             851           6.8%          828         6.5%          912           6.7%        935         6.5%
             Hidalgo County                             10,014         80.9%          10,333          82.2%       10,470        82.1%       11,084          81.3%     11,723        81.5%
                Starr County                               617          5.0%             588           4.7%          580         4.5%          591           4.3%        661         4.6%
             Willacy County                                175          1.4%             164           1.3%          145         1.1%          156           1.1%        177         1.2%
Rio Grande Valley Subtotal                              11,669         94.3%          11,936          95.0%       12,023        94.2%       12,743          93.4%     13,496        93.8%

            Mexican Nationals                                177          1.4%             169         1.3%            192       1.5%            203         1.5%          198        1.4%
      Other Foreign Residents                                 83          0.7%             126         1.0%            111       0.9%            130         1.0%          135        0.9%
       Other Texas Residents                                 362          2.9%             311         2.5%            356       2.8%            484         3.5%          471        3.3%
         Other U.S. Residents                                 82          0.7%              25         0.2%             78       0.6%             81         0.6%           92        0.6%
All Out-of Valley Residents                                  704          5.7%             631         5.0%            737       5.8%            898         6.6%          896        6.2%

All Students                                            12,373       100.0%           12,567        100.0%        12,760        100.0%      13,641          100.0%    14,392       100.0%
Source: CBM001 - Official 12th Class Day Enrollment Report




                                                                                       Residency Distribution
                                                                                        of Student Population
                              12,500
                              12,000                            11,723
                              11,500
                              11,000
                              10,500
                              10,000
                               9,500
                               9,000
                               8,500
                               8,000
     # of Students Enrolled




                               7,500
                               7,000
                               6,500
                               6,000
                               5,500
                               5,000
                               4,500
                               4,000
                               3,500
                               3,000
                               2,500
                               2,000              935
                               1,500
                                                                                       661
                               1,000                                                                                                                            471
                                 500                                                                       177               198              135                                92
                                   0
                                       Cameron County Hidalgo County          Starr County       Willacy County     Mexican          Other Foreign      Other Texas    Other U.S.
                                                                                                                    Nationals         Residents          Residents     Residents
                                           Original Residency
                                                                   1998            1999             2000          2001           2002




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                                Student Enrollment
                                    County Distribution
                       1998              1999                2000              2001                2002
Student Headcount   #       %        #         %          #       %        #          %        #          %
Not Reported        2,563   20.8%        0      0.0%          0    0.0%        0       0.0%        0       0.0%
Anderson                1    0.0%        1      0.0%          1    0.0%        0       0.0%        1       0.0%
Angelina                2    0.0%        1      0.0%          0    0.0%        0       0.0%        0       0.0%
Austin                  3    0.0%        3      0.0%          2    0.0%        2       0.0%        1       0.0%
Bastrop                 1    0.0%        3      0.0%          4    0.0%        4       0.0%        2       0.0%
Bee                     1    0.0%        1      0.0%          2    0.0%        4       0.0%        6       0.0%
Bell                    3    0.0%        2      0.0%          1    0.0%        2       0.0%        2       0.0%
Bexar                  23    0.2%       23      0.2%         20    0.2%       32       0.2%       33       0.2%
Bowie                   1    0.0%        1      0.0%          1    0.0%        0       0.0%        1       0.0%
Brazoria                3    0.0%        6      0.0%          6    0.0%        9       0.1%        9       0.1%
Brazos                  0    0.0%        0      0.0%          1    0.0%        0       0.0%        1       0.0%
Brewster                1    0.0%        1      0.0%          1    0.0%        1       0.0%        2       0.0%
Brooks                  7    0.1%       11      0.1%         13    0.1%       21       0.2%       24       0.2%
Burnet                  1    0.0%        1      0.0%          1    0.0%        3       0.0%        2       0.0%
Caldwell                0    0.0%        1      0.0%          0    0.0%        0       0.0%        0       0.0%
Cameron               652    5.3%      854      7.0%        830    6.7%      912       6.9%      935       6.7%
Castro                  0    0.0%        1      0.0%          1    0.0%        1       0.0%        1       0.0%
Collin                  0    0.0%        0      0.0%          1    0.0%        0       0.0%        0       0.0%
Colorado                3    0.0%        2      0.0%          2    0.0%        2       0.0%        0       0.0%
Comal                   1    0.0%        1      0.0%          1    0.0%        1       0.0%        0       0.0%
Crosby                  1    0.0%        1      0.0%          1    0.0%        1       0.0%        1       0.0%
Dallas                 11    0.1%       11      0.1%         11    0.1%       14       0.1%       14       0.1%
Deaf Smith              1    0.0%        1      0.0%          2    0.0%        1       0.0%        0       0.0%
Denton                  1    0.0%        1      0.0%          1    0.0%        4       0.0%        5       0.0%
Dimmit                  2    0.0%        0      0.0%          0    0.0%        0       0.0%        1       0.0%
Duval                   1    0.0%        1      0.0%          1    0.0%        1       0.0%        2       0.0%
Ector                   0    0.0%        1      0.0%          0    0.0%        0       0.0%        0       0.0%
Ellis                   0    0.0%        0      0.0%          0    0.0%        1       0.0%        0       0.0%
El Paso                 8    0.1%       11      0.1%         12    0.1%       11       0.1%       11       0.1%
Foard                   0    0.0%        0      0.0%          4    0.0%        3       0.0%        0       0.0%
Floyd                   0    0.0%        0      0.0%          0    0.0%        0       0.0%        0       0.0%
Fort Bend               2    0.0%        3      0.0%          3    0.0%        3       0.0%        3       0.0%
Freestone               0    0.0%        0      0.0%          3    0.0%        0       0.0%        1       0.0%
Galveston               3    0.0%        2      0.0%          2    0.0%        2       0.0%        2       0.0%
Gillespie               1    0.0%        1      0.0%          0    0.0%        1       0.0%        0       0.0%
Grayson                 2    0.0%        2      0.0%          0    0.0%        0       0.0%        0       0.0%
Gregg                   0    0.0%        0      0.0%          0    0.0%        1       0.0%        0       0.0%
Guadalupe               0    0.0%        1      0.0%          1    0.0%        2       0.0%        1       0.0%
Hamilton                1    0.0%        1      0.0%          1    0.0%        1       0.0%        1       0.0%
Harris                 35    0.3%       43      0.4%         67    0.5%       86       0.7%       75       0.5%
Haskell                 1    0.0%        1      0.0%          0    0.0%        0       0.0%        0       0.0%
Hays                    3    0.0%        3      0.0%          3    0.0%        3       0.0%        4       0.0%
Hidalgo             8,055   65.5%   10,349    84.4%      10,495   84.1%   11,084      83.8%   11,723      83.9%
Hill                    0    0.0%        0      0.0%          1    0.0%        0       0.0%        1       0.0%
Houston                 2    0.0%        2      0.0%         11    0.1%       11       0.1%        9       0.1%
Howard                  0    0.0%        0      0.0%          0    0.0%        1       0.0%        0       0.0%
Hudspeth                2    0.0%        1      0.0%          3    0.0%        4       0.0%        6       0.0%
Irion                   0    0.0%        0      0.0%          0    0.0%        0       0.0%        1       0.0%
Jackson                 0    0.0%        1      0.0%          1    0.0%        0       0.0%        0       0.0%
Jefferson               0    0.0%        0      0.0%          0    0.0%        2       0.0%        0       0.0%
Jim Hogg                2    0.0%        1      0.0%          1    0.0%       21       0.2%       12       0.1%
Jim Wells              14    0.1%       21      0.2%         17    0.1%       20       0.2%       17       0.1%
Karnes                  0    0.0%        1      0.0%          0    0.0%        0       0.0%        0       0.0%
Kenedy                  0    0.0%        0      0.0%          0    0.0%        0       0.0%        1       0.0%
Kleberg                 4    0.0%        5      0.0%          7    0.1%       15       0.1%       14       0.1%
Lavaca                  0    0.0%        1      0.0%          0    0.0%        0       0.0%        0       0.0%
Lee                     0    0.0%        0      0.0%          0    0.0%        1       0.0%        0       0.0%
Lubbock                 1    0.0%        2      0.0%          4    0.0%        5       0.0%        4       0.0%
Matagorda               1    0.0%        2      0.0%          2    0.0%        2       0.0%        1       0.0%
Maverick                5    0.0%        5      0.0%          6    0.0%        6       0.0%        5       0.0%
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                                     Student Enrollment
                                         County Distribution

                         1998                 1999                 2000                 2001                 2002
Student Headcount    #           %        #           %        #           %        #           %        #           %
McCulloch                0        0.0%        1        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%
McLennan                 0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%
Medina                   0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%
Midland                  0        0.0%        1        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        3        0.0%
Milam                    2        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        1        0.0%
Mitchell                 0        0.0%        0        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        0        0.0%
Montgomery               1        0.0%        0        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        0        0.0%
Nacogdoches              0        0.0%        0        0.0%        2        0.0%        2        0.0%        2        0.0%
Navarro                  2        0.0%        2        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        0        0.0%
Nueces                  29        0.2%       49        0.4%       72        0.6%       72        0.5%       70        0.5%
Oldham                   0        0.0%        1        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%
Orange                   0        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%
Palo Pinto               1        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        0        0.0%
Potter                   1        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%
Presidio                 1        0.0%        2        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%
Refugio                  1        0.0%        1        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%
Rusk                     0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%
San Patricio             1        0.0%        1        0.0%        2        0.0%        2        0.0%        2        0.0%
San Saba                 0        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        2        0.0%
Shackelford              0        0.0%        0        0.0%        3        0.0%        3        0.0%        3        0.0%
Smith                    3        0.0%        3        0.0%        2        0.0%        2        0.0%        0        0.0%
Starr                  588        4.8%      582        4.7%      591        4.7%      591        4.5%      661        4.7%
Stephens                 1        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%
Sutton                   0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        1        0.0%
Tarrant                  6        0.0%       11        0.1%        8        0.1%        8        0.1%        8        0.1%
Taylor                   2        0.0%        1        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%
Throckmorton             0        0.0%        0        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        0        0.0%
Titus                    0        0.0%        0        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        0        0.0%
Tom Green                2        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        2        0.0%
Travis                  19        0.2%       19        0.2%       18        0.1%       18        0.1%       15        0.1%
Tyler                    0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        1        0.0%
Upton                    0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%
Uvalde                   0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        1        0.0%
Val Verde                1        0.0%        1        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%
Victoria                 0        0.0%        0        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%
Ward                     0        0.0%        1        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%
Webb                    29        0.2%       33        0.3%       39        0.3%       39        0.3%       56        0.4%
Wharton                  0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        2        0.0%
Wichita                  1        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%
Willacy                163        1.3%      144        1.2%      156        1.3%      156        1.2%      177        1.3%
Williamson               2        0.0%        2        0.0%        2        0.0%        2        0.0%        2        0.0%
Winkler                  0        0.0%        0        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        0        0.0%
Wise                     1        0.0%        0        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%
Yoakum                   0        0.0%        0        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%        1        0.0%
Zapata                  19        0.2%       17        0.1%       17        0.1%       17        0.1%       17        0.1%
Zavala                   1        0.0%        1        0.0%        0        0.0%        0        0.0%        1        0.0%
Texas Total         12,302      100.0%   12,265      100.0%   12,474      100.0%   13,227      100.0%   13,967      100.0%




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                                       Student Enrollment
                                            State Distribution
                                               (other than Texas)
                           1999               2000                  2001                2001                2002
Student Headcount      #           %       #         %         #            %       #           %       #           %
Alabama                     0       0.0%      0       0.0%           0       0.0%        0       0.0%        1       1.1%
Alaska                      0       0.0%      0       0.0%           0       0.0%        0       0.0%        0       0.0%
Arizona                     2       4.4%      2       3.3%           6       7.4%        6       7.4%        7       7.6%
Arkansas                    0       0.0%      0       0.0%           0       0.0%        0       0.0%        1       1.1%
California                  6      13.3%      7     11.5%           11      13.6%       11      13.6%       14      15.2%
Colorado                    2       4.4%      3       4.9%           3       3.7%        3       3.7%        2       2.2%
Connecticut                 1       2.2%      1       1.6%           1       1.2%        1       1.2%        0       0.0%
District of Columbia        0       0.0%      0       0.0%           1       1.2%        1       1.2%        0       0.0%
Florida                     2       4.4%      1       1.6%           3       3.7%        3       3.7%        2       2.2%
Georgia                     0       0.0%      1       1.6%           1       1.2%        1       1.2%        2       2.2%
Hawaii                      1       2.2%      1       1.6%           0       0.0%        0       0.0%        0       0.0%
Idaho                       4       8.9%      3       4.9%           1       1.2%        1       1.2%        1       1.1%
Illinois                    5      11.1%      7     11.5%            4       4.9%        4       4.9%        9       9.8%
Indiana                     1       2.2%      2       3.3%           2       2.5%        2       2.5%        5       5.4%
Iiowa                       0       0.0%      3       4.9%           3       3.7%        3       3.7%        1       1.1%
Kansas                      1       2.2%      1       1.6%           2       2.5%        2       2.5%        2       2.2%
Louisiana                   0       0.0%      1       1.6%           2       2.5%        2       2.5%        2       2.2%
Maryland                    0       0.0%      1       1.6%           2       2.5%        2       2.5%        2       2.2%
Massachusetts               1       2.2%      0       0.0%           2       2.5%        2       2.5%        2       2.2%
Michigan                    1       2.2%      3       4.9%           3       3.7%        3       3.7%        5       5.4%
Mississippi                 0       0.0%      0       0.0%           0       0.0%        0       0.0%        0       0.0%
Minnesota                   0       0.0%      0       0.0%           0       0.0%        0       0.0%        1       1.1%
Missouri                    2       4.4%      1       1.6%           2       2.5%        2       2.5%        2       2.2%
Montana                     0       0.0%      1       1.6%           1       1.2%        1       1.2%        0       0.0%
Nebraska                    0       0.0%      0       0.0%           0       0.0%        0       0.0%        0       0.0%
New Jersey                  1       2.2%      2       3.3%           3       3.7%        3       3.7%        2       2.2%
New Mexico                  0       0.0%      1       1.6%           1       1.2%        1       1.2%        2       2.2%
New York                    2       4.4%      1       1.6%           3       3.7%        3       3.7%        5       5.4%
North Carolina              3       6.7%      1       1.6%           2       2.5%        2       2.5%        2       2.2%
North Dakota                1       2.2%      1       1.6%           1       1.2%        1       1.2%        2       2.2%
Ohio                        1       2.2%      1       1.6%           2       2.5%        2       2.5%        3       3.3%
Oklahoma                    1       2.2%      6       9.8%          11      13.6%       11      13.6%        4       4.3%
Oregon                      0       0.0%      0       0.0%           1       1.2%        1       1.2%        1       1.1%
Pennsylvania                1       2.2%      2       3.3%           1       1.2%        1       1.2%        2       2.2%
South Carolina              1       2.2%      0       0.0%           0       0.0%        0       0.0%        1       1.1%
South Dakota                0       0.0%      0       0.0%           1       1.2%        1       1.2%        1       1.1%
Tennessee                   0       0.0%      0       0.0%           0       0.0%        0       0.0%        1       1.1%
Utah                        0       0.0%      0       0.0%           1       1.2%        1       1.2%        0       0.0%
Virginia                    0       0.0%      1       1.6%           2       2.5%        2       2.5%        3       3.3%
Washington                  5      11.1%      4       6.6%           2       2.5%        2       2.5%        1       1.1%
Wisconsin                   0       0.0%      2       3.3%           0       0.0%        0       0.0%        1       1.1%
State Total                45     100.0%     61    100.0%           81     100.0%       81     100.0%       92     100.0%




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                                        Student Enrollment
                                            Country Distribution
                                                 (Other than U.S.A.)
                             1998                1999                       2000               2001                2002
Student Headcount       #           %       #           %              #           %      #           %       #            %
Not Reported                  0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 0     0.0%         0      0.0%         7       2.1%
Puerto Rico                   2     0.0%          2     0.0%                 3     0.0%         2      0.0%         3       0.9%
Argentina                     0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 0     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Australia                     0     0.0%          1     0.0%                 1     0.0%         2      0.0%         0       0.0%
Bangladesh                    0     0.0%          4     0.0%                 3     0.0%         4      0.0%         0       0.0%
Bahrain                       0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 0     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Belgium                       0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 0     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Belize                        0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 0     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Bolivia                       0     0.0%          2     0.0%                 1     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Brazil                        1     0.0%          1     0.0%                 0     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
British West Indies           1     0.0%          1     0.0%                 0     0.0%         0      0.0%         0       0.0%
Bulgaria                      1     0.0%          1     0.0%                 1     0.0%         0      0.0%         0       0.0%
Canada                        2     0.0%          7     0.1%                11     0.1%        12      0.1%         0       0.0%
Chile                         1     0.0%          2     0.0%                 2     0.0%         3      0.0%         0       0.0%
China                         4     0.0%          7     0.1%                 7     0.1%         8      0.1%         0       0.0%
Colombia                      1     0.0%          3     0.0%                 1     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Croatia                       1     0.0%          1     0.0%                 1     0.0%         2      0.0%         0       0.0%
Egypt                         0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 1     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Ethiopia                      1     0.0%          1     0.0%                 1     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Finland                       0     0.0%          1     0.0%                 0     0.0%         0      0.0%         0       0.0%
Germany                       4     0.0%          5     0.0%                 4     0.0%         6      0.0%         0       0.0%
Ghana                         3     0.0%          4     0.0%                 4     0.0%         4      0.0%         0       0.0%
Greece                        0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 0     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Guatemala                     0     0.0%          2     0.0%                 2     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Hong Kong                     0     0.0%          2     0.0%                 1     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Iceland                       0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 0     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
India                         6     0.0%          7     0.1%                 9     0.1%        14      0.1%         0       0.0%
Indonesia                     0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 0     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Italy                         1     0.0%          0     0.0%                 1     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Japan                         1     0.0%          2     0.0%                 3     0.0%         2      0.0%         0       0.0%
Kenya                         1     0.0%          2     0.0%                 1     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Korea, Republic of            0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 3     0.0%         4      0.0%         0       0.0%
Lithuania                     0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 0     0.0%         2      0.0%         0       0.0%
Malaysia                      1     0.0%          3     0.0%                 3     0.0%         4      0.0%         0       0.0%
Mexico                      115     0.9%        159     1.3%               173     1.4%       206      1.5%       198      59.5%
Nigeria                       0     0.0%          1     0.0%                 2     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Norway                        1     0.0%          1     0.0%                 0     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Pakistan                      0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 0     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Panama                        1     0.0%          1     0.0%                 0     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Peru                          1     0.0%          2     0.0%                 3     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Philippines                   1     0.0%          4     0.0%                 5     0.0%         2      0.0%         0       0.0%
Poland                        0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 0     0.0%         2      0.0%         0       0.0%
Romania                       0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 0     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Russia                        0     0.0%          1     0.0%                 0     0.0%         0      0.0%         0       0.0%
Saudi Arabia                  0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 1     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Singapore                     1     0.0%          2     0.0%                 0     0.0%         0      0.0%         0       0.0%
Spain                         3     0.0%          5     0.0%                 7     0.1%         7      0.1%         0       0.0%
South Africa                  0     0.0%          1     0.0%                 1     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Sweden                        0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 1     0.0%         0      0.0%         0       0.0%
Switzerland                   0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 1     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Tajikistan                    0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 0     0.0%         1      0.0%         0       0.0%
Taiwan                        3     0.0%          3     0.0%                 1     0.0%         0      0.0%         0       0.0%
Thailand                      2     0.0%          3     0.0%                 1     0.0%         0      0.0%         0       0.0%
Turkey                        7     0.1%         10     0.1%                 8     0.1%        12      0.1%         0       0.0%
Venezuela                     2     0.0%          3     0.0%                 5     0.0%         5      0.0%         0       0.0%
Foreign (excl Mexico)         0     0.0%          0     0.0%                 0     0.0%         0      0.0%       125      37.5%
Country Total               169     1.4%        257     2.0%               273     2.1%       329      2.4%       333     100.0%




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                                                        Student Enrollment
                                    Undergraduate Fall Semester Headcount by Discipline

                                                1998              1999                 2000                 2001                  2002
Student Headcount                                #           #           %∆       #           %∆       #           %∆        #           %∆

ARTS & HUMANITIES

   • Undeclared Major                               337          575     70.6%        776     35.0%        995     28.2%     1,047         5.2%
   • Professional Improvement                       400          415      3.8%        477     14.9%        482      1.0%       374       -22.4%

Department of Art
  • Art                                             139          145      4.3%        143      -1.4%       176     23.1%         216      22.7%
  • Art - Biological Illustration                     0            1         ..         2     100.0%         2      0.0%           1     -50.0%
  Department Subtotal                               139          146      5.0%        145      -0.7%       178     22.8%         217      21.9%

Department of Communication
  • Communication                                    87           72     -17.2%        84      16.7%             -100.0%          31          ..
  • Communication - Journalism                      126          133       5.6%       119     -10.5%       168     41.2%         214      27.4%
  • Communication - Speech                           59           50     -15.3%        47      -6.0%       136    189.4%          71     -47.8%
  • Communication - Drama                            68           63      -7.4%        68       7.9%        83     22.1%         109      31.3%
  Department Subtotal                               340          318      -6.5%       318       0.0%       387     21.7%         425       9.8%

Department of English
  • English                                         220          226      2.7%        199     -11.9%       233     17.1%         246       5.6%

Department of History & Philosophy
  • Mexican American Heritage                         6            5     -16.7%         3     -40.0%         1     -66.7%          2     100.0%
  • History                                         152          152       0.0%       153       0.7%       141      -7.8%        139      -1.4%
  • Philosophy                                       27           31      14.8%        22     -29.0%        37      68.2%         41      10.8%
  • Social Studies Composite                          0            0                    0                    0          ..        68          ..
  Department Subtotal                               185          188      1.6%        178      -5.3%       179       0.6%        250      39.7%

Department of Modern Languages
 and Literature
  • Inter-American Studies                            7            5     -28.6%         4     -20.0%         3     -25.0%          1     -66.7%
  • Spanish                                         165          156      -5.5%       132     -15.4%       144       9.1%        172      19.4%
  Department Subtotal                               172          161      -6.4%       136     -15.5%       147       8.1%        173      17.7%

Music Department
  • Music                                           128          132      3.1%        135      2.3%        164     21.5%         178       8.5%
  Department Subtotal                               128          132      3.1%        135      2.3%        164     21.5%         178       8.5%

COLLEGE SUBTOTAL                                   1921      2161        12.5%    2364         9.4%    2765        17.0%     2910          5.2%
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                                    Undergraduate Fall Semester Headcount by Discipline
                                          1998                    1999                 2000                  2001                 2002
Student Headcount                                 #          #           %∆       #           %∆        #           %∆       #           %∆
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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Department of Accounting and
 Business Law
  • Accounting                                        460        422     -8.3%        459      8.8%         418     -8.9%        420      0.5%

Department of Economics, Finance
 and General Business
  • Business Education                                  0          0         ..                    ..                   ..         0         ..
  • Economics                                          30         38     26.7%        32      -15.8%         28    -12.5%         35     25.0%
  • General Business Administration                   118          0   -100.0%         1           ..             -100.0%          0         ..
  • Office Administration                               0          0         ..                    ..                   ..         0         ..
  • Finance                                           135        194     43.7%        158     -18.6%        196     24.1%        214      9.2%
  Department Subtotal                                 283        232    -18.0%        191     -17.7%        224     17.3%        249     11.2%

Department of Management,
 Marketing and International Bus.
  • Management                                        293        311      6.1%        342     10.0%      383        12.0%     440        14.9%
  • International Business Management                 334        400     19.8%        402      0.5%      433         7.7%     439         1.4%
  • Marketing                                         148        166     12.2%        175      5.4%      226        29.1%     239         5.8%
  Department Subtotal                                 775        877     13.2%        919      4.8%     1042        13.4%    1118         7.3%

Department of Quantitative Methods
 and Information Systems
  • Computer Information Systems                      206        243     18.0%        260      7.0%         295     13.5%        303      2.7%

COLLEGE SUBTOTAL                                   1724      1774         2.9%    1829         3.1%     1979         8.2%    2090         5.6%
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                                                 Student Enrollment
                                   Undergraduate Fall Semester Headcount by Discipline

                                          1998          1999                  2000                  2001                 2002
Student Headcount                          #       #           %∆        #           %∆        #           %∆       #           %∆
EDUCATION

  • Interdisciplinary Studies              1,492   1,458        -2.3%    1,458        0.0%     1,540        5.6%    1,546        0.4%

Department of Health and
 Kinesiology
  • Dance                                      0         0          ..         0          ..         0         ..        23         ..
  • Kinesiology                              494       469      -5.1%        463      -1.3%        485      4.8%        500      3.1%
  Department Subtotal                        494       469      -5.1%        463      -1.3%        485      4.8%        523      7.8%

COLLEGE SUBTOTAL                           1,986   1,927        -3.0%    1,921        -0.3%    2,025        5.4%    2,069        2.2%




HEALTH SCIENCES &
  HUMAN SERVICES
  • Health Studies                            62        45     -27.4%         47       4.4%         47       0.0%        48      2.1%
  • Clinical Laboratory Sciences              60        60       0.0%         54     -10.0%         46     -14.8%        59     28.3%
  Subtotal                                   122       105     -13.9%        101      -3.8%         93      -7.9%       107     15.1%

Department of Communication
 Science and Disorders
  • Communication Disorders                  111       139     25.2%         131      -5.8%        134      2.3%        162     20.9%

Coordinated Program in Dietetics
  • Dietetics                                 84        81      -3.6%         77      -4.9%         91     18.2%         93      2.2%

Department of Nursing Education
  • Nursing Education                        781       613     -21.5%        576      -6.0%        593      3.0%        646      8.9%

Physician Assistant Studies
  • Physician Assistant                      140       159     13.6%         205     28.9%         239     16.6%        216      -9.6%

Rehabilitative Services Program
  • Pre-Occupational Therapy                 257       274      6.6%         251      -8.4%        211     -15.9%       175     -17.1%
  • Rehabilitative Services                   97       122     25.8%         108     -11.5%         91     -15.7%        73     -19.8%
  Program Subtotal                           354       396     11.9%         359      -9.3%        302     -15.9%       248     -17.9%

Department of Social Work
  • Social Work                              263       234     -11.0%        242      3.4%         234      -3.3%       226      -3.4%
  • Pre-Social Work

COLLEGE SUBTOTAL                           1,855   1,727     -6.9%      1,691         -2.1%    1,686        -0.3%   1,698        0.7%
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                                              Student Enrollment
                                Undergraduate Fall Semester Headcount by Discipline

                                       1998            1999                 2000                 2001                 2002
Student Headcount                       #         #           %∆       #           %∆       #           %∆       #           %∆

SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

Department of Biology
  • Biology                                381        395      3.7%        398      0.8%        418      5.0%        433      3.6%
  • Pre-Dental                              62         58     -6.5%         58      0.0%         55     -5.2%         67     21.8%
  • Pre-Medical                            345        338     -2.0%        333     -1.5%        413     24.0%        395     -4.4%
  • Pre-Optometry                            6         10     66.7%         16     60.0%          0   -100.0%         24         ..
  Department Subtotal                      794        801      0.9%        805      0.5%        886     10.1%        919      3.7%

Department of Chemistry
  • Chemistry                               48         65      35.4%        52     -20.0%        60     15.4%         63      5.0%
  • Pre-Dental                               8          6     -25.0%         6       0.0%         0   -100.0%          6         ..
  • Pre-Medical                             21         23       9.5%        40      73.9%         0   -100.0%         38         ..
  • Pre-Optometry                            2          4     100.0%         6      50.0%         0   -100.0%          1         ..
  • Pre-Pharmacy                            86         80      -7.0%        85       6.3%       112     31.8%        146     30.4%
  Department Subtotal                      165        178       7.9%       189       6.2%       172     -9.0%        254     47.7%

Department of Mathematics
  • Mathematics                            192        176      -8.3%       159      -9.7%       153      -3.8%       130     -15.0%

Department of Physics & Geology
  • Physics                                   7         6     -14.3%        14     133.3%        14      0.0%         16     14.3%

School of Engineering &
        Computer Science
Department of Pre-Engineering
  • Pre-Engineering                         46         46      0.0%         51     10.9%         42     -17.6%        35     -16.7%

Department of Electrical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering                 236        262     11.0%        273      4.2%        283      3.7%        276      -2.5%

Department of Manufacturing Engineering
  • Manufacturing Engineering              104        111      6.7%        112      0.9%        108      -3.6%       109      0.9%

Department of Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering                 239        248      3.8%        249      0.4%        238      -4.4%       287     20.6%
  Department Subtotal                      625        667      6.7%        685      2.7%        671      -2.0%       853     27.1%

Department of Computer Science
  • Computer Science                       268        282      5.2%        326     15.6%        355      8.9%        352      -0.8%

  School Subtotal                          893        949      6.3%    1011         6.5%    1026         1.5%    1,205       17.4%

COLLEGE SUBTOTAL                          2,051   2,110        2.9%    2,178        3.2%    2,251        3.4%    2,378        5.6%




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                                                Undergraduate Fall Semester Headcount by Discipline

                                                       1998              1999                         2000                    2001                  2002
Student Headcount                                       #           #           %∆               #           %∆         #            %∆        #           %∆
SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

   • General Studies                                        14          17       21.4%               20       17.6%          25       25.0%        19      -24.0%
   • Applied Arts and Sciences                               4           9      125.0%               10       11.1%           4      -60.0%         6       50.0%
   • Business Technology                                     9          12       33.3%                8      -33.3%           9       12.5%         9        0.0%
   Subtotal                                                 27          38       40.7%               38        0.0%          38        0.0%        34      -10.5%

Department of Criminal Justice
  • Corrections                                           159           173       8.8%               164      -5.2%         185      12.8%         104     -43.8%
  • Criminal Justice                                        0             0          ..                0          ..          0          ..        202          ..
  • Police Administration                                 302           266     -11.9%               233     -12.4%         243       4.3%         141     -42.0%
  Department Subtotal                                     461           439      -4.8%               397      -9.6%         428       7.8%         447       4.4%

Department of Political Science
  • Pre-Law                                               171           166      -2.9%               171       3.0%         161      -5.8%         163       1.2%
  • Government                                            114           118       3.5%               115      -2.5%         133      15.7%         142       6.8%
  Department Subtotal                                     285           284      -0.4%               286       0.7%         294       2.8%         305       3.7%

Department of Psychology and
 Anthropology
  • Psychology                                            346           381     10.1%                387       1.6%         408       5.4%         452     10.8%
  • Anthropology                                           37            41     10.8%                 36     -12.2%          40      11.1%          38     -5.0%
  Department Subtotal                                     383           422     10.2%                423       0.2%         448       5.9%         490      9.4%

Department of Sociology
  • Sociology                                               51          45      -11.8%                59     31.1%           58       -1.7%        89      53.4%

COLLEGE SUBTOTAL                                         1,207      1,228        1.7%            1,203        -2.0%     1,266         5.2%     1,365         7.8%



Undergraduate TOTAL                                    10,744     10,927         1.7%       11,186            2.4%     11,972         7.0%    12,510         4.5%


                                                   Undergraduate Headcount Fall 1998 - Fall 2002
                              13,000
                                                     Fall 1995     10,744
                              12,500                 Fall 1996     10,927
                                                     Fall 1997     11,186
     # of Students Enrolled




                                                     Fall 1998     11,972                                                                                  12,510
                              12,000
                                       10,744         10,927
                                                     Fall 1999     12,510
                                                                                        11,186
                              11,500                                                                                        11,972

                              11,000

                              10,500

                              10,000

                               9,500
                                   1998                1999                               2000                              2001                           2002
                                                                                 Year

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                                                    Student Enrollment
                                    GRADUATE Fall Semester Headcount by Discipline

                                             1998                 1999                  2000                 2001                 2002
Student Headcount                             #              #           %∆        #           %∆       #           %∆       #           %∆

ARTS & HUMANITIES

   • Professional Improvement                    221             199     -10.0%        109     -45.2%       144     32.1%        190     31.9%
   • Interdisciplinary Studies                     5               5       0.0%          8      60.0%        13     62.5%         24     84.6%

Department of Art
  • Art                                           16              18          ..        18      0.0%         20     11.1%         21      5.0%
  • Music                                          0               0          ..         0         ..         0         ..         5         ..

Department of Communication
  • Communication - Speech                        26             28        7.7%        18      -35.7%        24     33.3%         21     -12.5%
  • Communication - Drama                          1              4      300.0%         5       25.0%         7     40.0%          7       0.0%
  Department Subtotal                             27             32       18.5%        23      -28.1%        31     34.8%         28      -9.7%

Department of English
  • English                                       44             40      -9.1%         21      -47.5%        15     -28.6%        28      86.7%
  • English as a Second Language                  12             15      25.0%          8      -46.7%         7     -12.5%         5     -28.6%
  Department Subtotal                             56             55      -1.8%         29      -47.3%        22     -24.1%        33      50.0%

Department of History & Philosophy
  • History                                       20              15     -25.0%         16      6.7%         14     -12.5%        21     50.0%

Department of Modern Languages
 and Literature
  • Spanish                                       18              24     33.3%          25      4.2%         22     -12.0%        32     45.5%

COLLEGE SUBTOTAL                                 363             348      -4.1%        228     -34.5%       266     16.7%        354     33.1%



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

   • General Business Administration             122             200     63.9%         251     25.5%        204     -18.7%       164     -19.6%
   • International Business                       29              35       21%          36        3%         37         3%        43      16.2%

COLLEGE SUBTOTAL                                 151             235      55.6%        287     22.1%        241     -16.0%       207     -14.1%
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                                                Student Enrollment
                                  GRADUATE Fall Semester Headcount by Discipline
                                         1998        1999              2000             2001              2002
Student Headcount                               #    #         %∆       #       %∆      #        %∆        #       %∆

EDUCATION
Department of Curriculum & Instruction
  • Elem. Ed-Bilingual/Bicultural           18       21      16.7%     24      14.3%    40      66.7%     47      17.5%
  • Gifted and Talented                     46       24     -47.8%      8     -66.7%     8       0.0%      7     -12.5%
  • Elementary Education                    24       24       0.0%     18     -25.0%    11     -38.9%     17      54.5%
  • Early Childhood/Kindergarten             7        4     -42.9%     11     175.0%    10      -9.1%      8       -20%
  • Secondary Education                     27       18     -33.3%     19       5.6%    13     -31.6%     35     169.2%
  • Reading                                 57       82      43.9%     64     -22.0%    56     -12.5%     67      19.6%
  • English as a Second Language             0       17          ..    13     -23.5%     8     -38.5%     27       238%
  Department Subtotal                      179      190       6.1%    157     -17.4%   146      -7.0%    208      42.5%

Department of Educational Psychology
  • Educational Diagnostician               52       48     -7.7%      33     -31.3%    33       0.0%     50     51.5%
  • Counseling and Guidance                208      229     10.1%     251       9.6%   235      -6.4%    263     11.9%
  • School Psychology                       23       28     21.7%      24     -14.3%    25       4.2%     26      4.0%
  • SpEd-Culture & Livg Div Learn
  • General Special Education                0        0         ..      0         ..     0          ..    24     100.0%
  Department Subtotal                      283      305      7.8%     308      1.0%    293      -4.9%    363      23.9%

Department of Health and Kinesiology
  • Physical Education                      18       15     -16.7%     14      -6.7%    27     92.9%     17      -37.0%

Department of School Administration
 and Supervision
  • Educational Administration             220      212      -3.6%    213       0.5%   234      9.9%     230      -1.7%
  • Supervision                             33       24     -27.3%     16     -33.3%    17      6.3%      11     -35.3%
  Department Subtotal                      253      236      -6.7%    229      -3.0%   251      9.6%     241      -4.0%

COLLEGE SUBTOTAL                           733      746      1.8%     708      -5.1%   717      1.3%     829      15.6%

HEALTH SCIENCES & HUMAN SERVICES

Department of Communication
  Science and Disorders
  • Communication Disorders                 42       21     -50.0%     22       4.8%    35     59.1%      43     22.9%
  • Communication Disorders                 14       11     -21.4%      9     -18.2%     0   -100.0%       2         ..
        Bilingual/Bicultural
  Department Subtotal                       56       32     -42.9%     31      -3.1%    35     12.9%     45       28.6%

Department of Nursing Education
  • Adult Health Nursing                    24       22      -8.3%     24      9.1%     15     -37.5%     11     -26.7%
  • Family Nurse Practitioner                   8    22     175.0%     21               40     90.5%      39      -2.5%
  Department Subtotal                       32       44     37.5%     45       2.3%     55     22.2%     50       -9.1%

Rehabilitative Services Program
  • Rehabilitative Counseling                   0    25          ..   47      88.0%    48       2.1%     63      31.3%
  Department Subtotal                           0    25          ..   47      88.0%    48       2.1%     63      31.3%

Department of Social Work
  • Social Work                             12       17     41.7%     20      17.6%    28      40.0%     38      35.7%

COLLEGE SUBTOTAL                           100      118     18.0%     143      21.2%   166     16.1%     196      18.1%




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                                                        Student Enrollment
                                  GRADUATE Fall Semester Headcount by Discipline
                                           1998                 1999                 2000                 2001                 2002
Student Headcount                                    #          #         %∆          #       %∆          #         %∆          #       %∆
SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Department of Biology
  • Biology                                         38          35      -7.9%        32      -8.6%       37       15.6%        30     -18.9%
Department of Mathematics
  • Mathematics                                     13           8     -38.5%        15      87.5%       14       -6.7%        15       7.1%
  • Mathematics Teaching                             9           8     -11.1%         4     -50.0%        8      100.0%         5     -37.5%
  Department Subtotal                               22          16     -27.3%        19      18.8%       22       15.8%        20      -9.1%

School of Engineering & Computer Science
Department of Electrical Engineering
  • Electrical Concentration                        -           -           ..       1           ..      18   1700.0%          22     22.2%

Department of Manufacturing Engineering
  • Manufacturing Concentration                     -           -           ..      21           ..      24       14.3%        27     12.5%
Department of Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering                      -           -               ..       -           ..       9           ..       15     66.7%
  Department Subtotal                           -           -               ..      22           ..      51      131.8%        64     25.5%

Department of Computer Science*
  • Computer Science                                29          36                   37      2.8%        54       45.9%        60   11.1%

        School Subtotal                             29          36     24.1%         59     63.9%       105       78.0%       124     18.1%

COLLEGE SUBTOTAL                                    89          87      -2.2%       110     26.4%       164       49.1%       174      6.1%

SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
Department of Political Science
  • Police Administration                           23          22                   23      4.5%        20      -13.0%        20      0.0%

Department of Political Science
  • Public Administration                           24          29     20.8%         21     -27.6%       35       66.7%        30     -14.3%
Department of Psychology and
 Anthropology
  • Psychology                                       7           6     -14.3%        11     83.3%        14       27.3%        17     21.4%
  • Clinical Psychology                             32          33       3.1%        33      0.0%        30       -9.1%        32      6.7%
  • Counseling Psychology                            0           0          ..        0          ..       0            ..       0         ..
  • Experimental Psychology                          2           1          -         0        (1)        0           ..        3         ..
  Department Subtotal                               41          40        -2%        44       10%        44          0%        52     18.2%

Department of Sociology
  • Sociology                                       16          19     18.8%         10     -47.4%       16       60.0%        20     25.0%

COLLEGE SUBTOTAL                                104         110         5.8%         98     -10.9%      115       17.3%       122      6.1%
GRADUATE TOTAL                                1,540       1,644         6.8%      1,574      -4.3%    1,669        6.0%     1,882     12.8%

                                         Graduate Enrollment Fall 1998 - Fall 2002
                2,000                    Fall 1995        1,540                                                                     1,882
                1,500
                                       1,644 1996
                                         Fall             1,644           1,574                       1,669
                        1,540
                                         Fall 1997        1,574
# of Students




                1,000                    Fall 1998        1,669
   Enrolled




                                         Fall 1999        1,882
                 500

                   0
                    1998               1999                                2000                        2001                           2002
                                                                           Year




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                                                                  Student Enrollment
                                                Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) by Multiple Category
                                        With Gender and Ethnicity percentages based on career level subtotals

Fall Semester                                     1998                        1999                       2000                          2001                 2002
Student Headcount                                  #            %             #             %             #            %               #          %          #          %
Undergraduate
          Entering Freshmen                1,925.3        17.7% 1,540.1                  13.4% 1,507.0           13.0% 1,672.3                13.6% 1,452.3        -13.2%
        Continuing Freshmen                1,640.9        15.1% 1,987.2                  17.3% 2,028.3           17.5% 2,130.3                17.3% 2,213.7          3.9%
                 Sophomore                 2,017.4        18.6% 2,001.4                  17.4% 1,945.3           16.8% 2,087.2                17.0% 2,174.1          4.2%
                       Junior              1,828.8        16.8% 1,884.1                  16.4% 1,961.9           17.0% 2,005.4                16.3% 1,982.2         -1.2%
                      Senior               2,150.0        19.8% 2,698.5                  23.4% 2,767.6           23.9% 2,980.8                24.3% 2,758.2         -7.5%
          Post-Baccalaureate                 254.8         2.3%    296.8                  2.6%    323.2           2.8%    298.1                2.4%    271.9        -8.8%
All Undergraduates                         9,817.3        90.4% 10,408.0                 90.4% 10,533.3          91.1% 11,173.9               90.9% 10,852.3        -2.9%
GRADUATE
                     Masters               1,001.9          9.2%      1,048.1             9.1%      983.8          8.5%      1,069.9            8.7%   1,122.0      4.9%
                     Doctoral                 44.0          0.4%         56.7             0.5%       50.4          0.4%         45.3            0.4%      49.7      9.6%
All Graduates                              1,045.9          9.6%      1,104.8             9.6%    1,034.2          8.9%      1,115.2            9.1%   1,171.7      5.1%
GENDER
         Undergraduate Male                4,263.1        43.4%       4,472.2            43.0%    4,447.6        42.2%       4,630.6          41.4%    4,518.3      -2.4%
       Undergraduate Female                5,554.3        56.6%       5,935.8            57.0%    6,085.8        57.8%       6,543.3          58.6%    6,334.0      -3.2%

                  Graduate Male              396.9        37.9%          389.7           35.3%       366.8       35.5%           398.2        35.7%     437.3       9.8%
                Graduate Female              649.0        62.1%          715.1           64.7%       667.4       64.5%           717.0        64.3%     734.3       2.4%
ETHNICITY
       Undergraduate White                 1,089.7        11.1%         771.0             7.4%      709.0         6.7%         679.0           6.1%      628.9      -7.4%
     Undergraduate Hispanic                8,403.6        85.6%       8,793.0            84.5%    8,846.0        84.0%       9,530.4          85.3%    9,424.7      -1.1%
  Undergraduate Other Ethnic                 324.1         3.3%         844.0             8.1%      978.3         9.3%         964.5           8.6%      798.7     -17.2%

           Graduate White      222.5                      21.3%    202.1              18.3%    138.1             13.4%    139.3                12.5%    156.9      12.6%
         Graduate Hispanic     726.7                      69.5%    794.0              71.9%    781.6             75.6%    841.7                75.5%    865.3       2.8%
      Graduate Other Ethnic     96.8                       9.3%    108.7               9.8%    114.6             11.1%    134.2                12.0%    149.4      11.3%
ALL STUDENTS                10,863.2                     100.0% 11,512.8             100.0% 11,567.5            100.0% 12,289.1               100.0% 12,023.9      -2.2%
Source: CBM001 - Official 12th Class Day Enrollment Report, Office of Academic Affairs




                                                                    Total Full-Time Equivalent
   12,500.0
                                                                                                                                 12,289.1
   12,000.0                                                                               11,567.5
                                                     11,512.8
                                                                                                                                                            12,023.9
   11,500.0
                    10,863.2
   11,000.0

   10,500.0

   10,000.0
             1998                                   1999                                   2000                                  2001                            2002




Special note concerning FTE formula:    Graduate FTE is computed by dividing a student's SCH production for the semester by 9.

                                        Undergraduate FTE is computed by dividing a student's SCH production for the semester by 12.




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                                                  Student Enrollment
                                                        Retention Analysis
                                                                                        as of the Fall term of Academic Year...
FIRST IMPRESSION (RETENTION)                                                 Retained      1999         2000      2001    2002

Percent of ALL 1st-Time Full-Time Freshmen Retained after 1 Year                          57.0%       54.9%    61.9%      64.5%
Percent of 1st-Time Full-Time WHITE Freshmen Retained after 1 Year                        58.5%       52.1%    52.1%      58.7%
Percent of 1st-Time Full-Time HISPANIC Freshmen Retained after 1 Year                     56.9%       55.2%    62.2%      64.5%
Percent of 1st-Time Full-Time BLACK Freshmen Retained after 1 Year                        60.0%       50.0%    70.0%      71.4%
Percent of 1st-Time Full-Time OTHER Freshmen Retained after 1 Year                        75.0%       54.4%    63.6%      74.3%
Percent of 1st-Time Full-Time MALE Freshmen Retained after 1 Year                         53.9%       51.9%    56.6%      62.8%
Percent of 1st-Time Full-Time FEMALE Freshmen Retained after 1 Year                       59.8%       57.1%    65.9%      65.8%



 80.0%
             Retention by Ethnicity                                                     Retention by Gender            All
                                                                         70.0%
 70.0%
                                                                         60.0%
                                                                                                                       White
 60.0%                                                                                                                 Hispanic
                                                                         50.0%
 50.0%                                                                                                                 Black
                                                                         40.0%
 40.0%                                                                                                                 Other
                                                                         30.0%
 30.0%                                                                                                                 Male
                                                                         20.0%
 20.0%                                                                                                                 Female
 10.0%                                                                   10.0%
  0.0%                                                                    0.0%
             White         Hispanic            Black         Other                      Male                  Female
                      1999    2000     2001      2002                                   1999   2000    2001   2002




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                               Semester Credit Hour Production

            A note concerning changes in the sources of data presented in this chapter

The Office of Institutional Effectiveness is charged with reporting the 12th Class Day Semester Credit
Hour Production for UTPA. The CBM004, as the report is called, is the "official" SCH production report for
the State and is submitted to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board by the Office of Institutional
Effectiveness. Prior Fact Books reported SCH Production as it appeared in the CBM004 reports submitted
over the past five years.

The CBM004, however, subscribes to definitions of SCH production which are somewhat different than those
adopted by UTPA internally. As a result, the Office of Institutional Effectiveness publishes a separate "official"
report on SCH Production for distribution to all UTPA departments and divisions. Therefore, small differences
in SCH production totals exist between the two "official" reports. Several individuals with access to both the
Fact Book and the internal reports discovered these differences and brought them to the attention of the
Office of Institutional Effectiveness. Although the Fact Book was intended for internal use, it is also used by many
external organizations and institutions as reference material. The Fact Book will report SCH Production
as reported to the THECB rather than the internal report which is also published by the University.



Significant Findings:
                    The Peak year for undergraduate SCH production occurred in AY 98 (97-98).
                    Using that year as a baseline, the results for AY 02 (01-02) compare as
                    follows:


                    Total SCH Increased by 11.81% to 353,067 SCH. Undergraduate SCH was up 11.70% to 329,353.


                    FTSE Increased by 6.6% in the fall term and by 11.8% for the year,
                    including summer, based on 12 and 30 SCH, respectively.

                    The College of Arts and Humanities accounted for 33.5% of the total undergraduate SCH
                    production followed by the College of Science and Engineering at 23.8%. The College
                    of Education produced 50.5% of the graduate SCH with the College of Health Sciences and Human Services at
                    16.0% for graduate SCH.

One Final Note:
                    Year to Year comparison of SCH production by college and major can be done.
                    The AY 98 through AY02 data are included by departmental and subject/program
                    in a new format which is designed to give the reader/user more detailed information
                    about semester credit hour production in the area of interest. Furthermore, the reader
                    should understand that SCH in the subject areas include all students enrolled in courses
                    with the prefix as labeled by the departments.




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                            Semester Credit Hour Production

                                                         SCH Production
                                                        UNDERGRADUATE


        350,000




        300,000   55,741     52,930
                                       58,459
                                                 58,886                                                        52,077


                                                           56,100
                                                                                                     51,315
                                                                       54,018
                                                                                           50,894
                                                                                 51,532



        250,000




        200,000   134,265    132,577   130,250
                                                 126,409                                                       128,829

                                                           120,492
                                                                       116,966
                                                                                           116,836
                                                                                                     120,635             Summer
Hours




                                                                                 115,601
                                                                                                                         Spring
                                                                                                                         Fall
        150,000




        100,000


                  133,087    135,375   137,075   135,385                                                       135,506
                                                           129,496    127,350              125,525   127,261
                                                                                 123,170


         50,000




            -
                  1993

                             1994

                                       1995

                                                 1996

                                                           1997

                                                                       1998

                                                                                 1999

                                                                                           2000

                                                                                                     2001

                                                                                                               2002




                                                             Years




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                                                   SCH Production
                                                     MASTER



        27,000


        24,000


        21,000                                                                 6,078
                                                                                               5,213
                                                                       6,005

                                                                                       5,093


        18,000


        15,000
                                                               4,960                                   Summer
Hours




                                                                               8,586           8,450   Spring
        12,000
                                   4,532
                                           4,537
                                                     4,288             8,251
                                                                                       8,224           Fall

                          4,402
                 2,727


         9,000                                                 6,083


                                   5,148             5,110
                                           4,829

                 4,523
                          4,127
         6,000
                                                                               8,927           9,092
                                                                       8,317           8,069


         3,000                     5,053   4,939     5,171
                                                               5,865

                 4,279    4,212




           -
                 1993

                          1994

                                  1995

                                           1996

                                                     1997

                                                               1998

                                                                       1999

                                                                               2000

                                                                                       2001

                                                                                               2002




                                                         Years




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                       Semester Credit Hour Production



                                          SCH Production
                                             Doctoral




        1,200




        1,000


                                                                        237
                                                                 206           191

                                                          111
         800



                                                                                      Summer
Hours




         600                                              348    324           346
                                                                                      Spring
                                                                        354

                                                                                      Fall

                                    93



         400                                36
                          78


                                    210
                                           144



                          186
         200                                              411    417
                                                                        399    405




                 18
                                           217
                                    201
                 57
                          129

                 51

          -
                1995


                         1996


                                   1997


                                           1998


                                                          1999


                                                                 2000


                                                                        2001


                                                                               2002




                                                  Years




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            SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 1998
                                   UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                            Fall        Spring    Summer    AY 1998     % of
Academic Unit                               1997         1998      1998      Total      Total

College of Arts & Humanities                 42,122      38,386    16,520    97,028      32.9%
College of Business Administration           12,357      11,360     6,374    30,091      10.2%
College of Education                         14,972      14,420     6,488    35,880      12.2%
College of Health Sci. & Human Services       6,225       5,950     1,520    13,695       4.6%
College of Science & Engineering             32,581      29,890    11,980    74,451      25.3%
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences      19,093      16,960     7,650    43,703      14.8%

Undergraduate Totals                        127,350     116,966    50,532   294,848     100.0%



                                    GRADUATE LEVEL
                                            Fall        Spring    Summer    AY 1998     % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area            1997         1998      1998      Total      Total

College of Arts & Humanities                    552         443       383     1,378       8.0%
College of Business Administration            1,011         999       273     2,283      13.2%
College of Education                          3,112       3,303     3,324     9,739      56.3%
College of Health Sci. & Human Services         576         637       558     1,771      10.2%
College of Science & Engineering                366         392       281     1,039       6.0%
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences         465         453       177     1,095       6.3%

Graduate Totals                               6,082       6,227     4,996    17,305     100.0%




Term                                      Undergraduate         Graduate              Composite
Fall                                        127,350                 8,728               136,078
Spring                                      116,960                 6,227               123,187
Summer                                       51,523                 4,993                56,516
Total                                       295,833                19,948               315,781
FTSE/Fall (UG 12 SCH)                        10,613 FALL (GR 9)       970                11,340
FTSE/Year (UG 30 SCH)                         9,747 YEAR (GR 24       831                10,526




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                    SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 1998
                                   UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                            Fall        Spring     Summer AY 1998       % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area            1997         1998       1998    Total       Total

College of Arts & Humanities
Department of Art
  Art                                         2,917        2,760     1,072      6,749     7.0%

Department of Communication
  Communication                               5,162        4,178     1,536     10,876    11.3%

Department of English
  English                                    15,672       13,521     5,508     34,701    36.2%

Department of History & Philosophy
  History                                     7,146        7,158     3,921     18,225    19.0%
  Honors Studies                                160          184        11        355     0.4%
  Philosophy                                  1,296        1,272       438      3,006     3.1%
Sub-total                                     8,602        8,614     4,370     21,586    22.5%

Department of Modern Language
& Literature
   French                                       657         663        129      1,449     1.5%
   German                                        63                    -           63     0.1%
   Spanish                                    6,327        5,904     2,712     14,943    15.6%
Sub-Total                                     7,047        6,567     2,841     16,455    17.2%

Department of Music
  Music                                       2,722        2,284       572      5,578     5.8%

College Total                                42,122       37,924    15,899     95,945   100.0%




                                        College of Arts & Humanities
                                       Undergraduate SCH Production
Fall                                         42,122
      50,000             42,122
                                                 37,924
 # of Semester




Spring                                       37,924
 Credit Hours




      40,000
Summer30,000                                 15,899
                                                                             15,899
           20,000
           10,000
                0
                          Fall                  Spring                       Summer
                                               Semester




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                      SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 1998
                                     GRADUATE LEVEL

                                             Fall         Spring      Summer AY 1998        % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area             1997          1998        1998    Total        Total

College of Arts & Humanities
Department of Art



Department of Communication
  Communication                                 132          123          69          324    23.5%

Department of English
  English                                       222          150         198          570    41.4%

Department of History & Philosophy
  History                                        93           84          39          216    15.7%
Sub-total                                        93           84          39          216    15.7%

Department of Modern Language
& Literature
   Spanish                                      105           84          75          264    19.2%
Sub-Total                                       105           84          75          264    19.2%

Department of Music
  Music                                             0             2        2            4     0.3%

College Total                                   552          443         383      1,378     100.0%



                                      College of Arts & Humanities
                                       Graduate SCH Production
Fall                                             552
       800
Spring                                           443
  # of Semester




                           552
  Credit Hours




Summer 600                                        443
                                                 383                            383
            400
            200
                  0
                           Fall                Spring                          Summer
                                              Semester




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                                   UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                                 Fall         Spring    Summer       AY 1998       % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                 1997          1998      1998         Total        Total

College of Business Administration

Department of Accounting & Business Law
  Accounting                                      2,127         1,886     1,159            5,172    17.8%
  Business Law                                      603           465       156            1,224     4.2%
Sub-total                                         2,730         2,351     1,315            6,396    22.0%

Department of Economics, Finance
& General Business
   Economics                                      1,995         1,458       693            4,146    14.3%
   Finance                                          726           681       549            1,956     6.7%
Sub-total                                         2,721         2,139     1,242            6,102    21.0%

Department of Management, Marketing
& International Business
   Management                                     2,349         2,160     1,284            5,793    19.9%
   Marketing                                        576           625       396            1,597     5.5%
   International Business                           543           495       393            1,431     4.9%
Sub-total                                         3,468         3,280     2,073            8,821    30.3%

Department of Quantitative Methods &
Information Systems
   Computer Information Systems                   2,763         2,334     1,278            6,375    21.9%
   Information Systems & Quan. Methods              675           705         -            1,380     4.7%
Sub-total                                         3,438         3,039     1,278            7,755    26.7%

College Total                                    12,357        10,809     5,908           29,074   100.0%

                                         College of Business Administration
                                           Undergraduate SCH Production
Fall                                            12,357
  #of Semester




     15,000
  Credit Hours




                     12,357
Spring                                          10,809
                                                  10,809
     10,000
Summer                                           5,908                            5,908
          5,000

                 -
                      Fall                         Spring                     Summer

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                                          GRADUATE LEVEL

                                                  Fall        Spring    Summer       AY 1998   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                  1997         1998      1998         Total    Total

College of Business Administration

Department of Accounting & Business Law
  Accounting                                          153         63             3       219     9.7%
Sub-total                                             153         63             3       219     9.7%

Department of Economics, Finance
& General Business
   Economics                                           42        183        90           315    13.9%
   Finance                                             27        165         -           192     8.5%
   General Business                                    18         33         -            51     2.3%
Sub-total                                              87        381        90           558    24.6%

Department of Management, Marketing
& International Business
   Management                                         309        255         3           567    25.0%
   Marketing                                          126         15        48           189     8.3%
   International Business                              90        102        39           231    10.2%
Sub-total                                             525        372        90           987    43.6%

Department of Quantitative Methods &
Information Systems
   Information Systems & Quan. Methods                183        102         -           285    12.6%
   Management Information Systems                      63         81        69           213     9.4%
   Management                                           -          -         3             3     0.1%
Sub-total                                             246        183        72           501    22.1%

College Total                                       1,011        999       255         2,265   100.0%



Fall                                        College of Business Administration
                                                     1,011
Spring                                           Graduate SCH Production
                                                       999
Summer                                                 255
                                1,500
                # of Semester
                Credit Hours




                                        1,011                  999
                                1,000

                                 500                                                   255
                                   0
                                         Fall                 Spring                 Summer
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                                    UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                                    Fall        Spring         Summer AY 1998      % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                    1997         1998           1998    Total      Total

College of Education

Department Curriculum & Instruction
Elementary & Secondary
   Education- C& I-Elem. & Sec                        5,940        4,794         1,551   12,285     35.5%
   Alternative Certification                          1,287        1,398           540    3,225      9.3%
   Education Early Childhood                            861          456           390    1,707      4.9%
   Reading                                              591          861           942    2,394      6.9%
Sub-total                                             8,679        7,509         3,423   19,611     56.6%

Department of
  Educational
   Education Psychology                                 90               108       54        252     0.7%

Department of Health and
  Kinesiology
  Educational Kinesiology                                54           54             -      108      0.3%
  Health                                                831          732           537    2,100      6.1%
  Kinesiology                                         5,318        4,992         2,263   12,573     36.3%
Sub-total                                             6,203        5,778         2,800   14,781     42.7%

College Total                                        14,972       13,395         6,277   34,644    100.0%



                                                  College of Education
                                              Undergraduate SCH Production
Fall                                                 14,972
Spring                              14,972           13,395
                           16,000                               13,395
Summer                                                6,277
           # of Semester
           Credit Hours




                           14,000
                           12,000
                           10,000
                            8,000                                                         6,277
                            6,000
                            4,000
                            2,000
                                -
                                     Fall                       Spring                   Summer

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                                            GRADUATE LEVEL

                                                   Fall        Spring       Summer AY 1998     % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                   1997         1998         1998    Total     Total

College of Education

Department Curriculum & Instruction
Elementary & Secondary
   Education- C& I-Elem. & Sec                        357             351      297     1,005    14.0%
   Education Early Childhood                           21              15        -        36     0.5%
Sub-total                                             378             366      297     1,041    14.5%

Department of Educational Psychology
   Education Psychology                              1,257        1,356        417     3,030    42.2%

Department of Health and
Kinesiology
   Kinesiology                                         54             66         3      123      1.7%
Sub-total                                              54             66         3      123      1.7%

Department of School Administration
& Supervision
   Education                                             6           21         42        69     1.0%
   Educational Administration                        1,417        1,494          -     2,911    40.6%
Sub-total                                            1,423        1,515         42     2,980    41.5%

College Total                                        3,112        3,303        759     7,174   100.0%




                                                 College of Education
Fall                                           Graduate SCH Production
                                                     3,112
Spring                                               3,303
     # of Semester Credit




Summer                      4,000                      759 3,303
                                    3,112
                            3,000
            Hours




                            2,000
                                                                                      759
                            1,000
                                -
                                     Fall                    Spring                  Summer
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                                                     UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                                                Fall        Spring      Summer AY 1998      % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                                1997         1998        1998    Total      Total

College of Health Sciences & Human
    Services
   Allied Health                                                   708           465        -       1,173     9.2%

Department of Communication Science and
  Disorders
  Communication Disorders                                          909           807       135      1,851    14.5%

Department of Nursing
  Nursing                                                         2,296         2,113      255      4,664    36.4%

Department of Social Work
  Social Work                                                     1,330          951       468      2,749    21.5%

Clinical Laboratory Sciences Program
   Clinical Laboratory Sciences                                    354           212        81       647      5.1%

Coordinated Program in Dietetics
  Dietetics                                                        135           204        27       366      2.9%

Rehabilitative Services Program
  Rehabilitative Services                                          493           682       180      1,355    10.6%

College Total                                                     6,225         5,434     1,146    12,805   100.0%


                                              College of Health Sciences & Human Services
Fall                                                 Undergraduate SCH Production
                                                                   6,225
Spring                                                            5,434
     # of Semester Credit Hours




Summer 7,000                                 6,225                1,146
                                  6,000                                5,434
                                  5,000
                                  4,000
                                  3,000
                                  2,000                                                           1,146
                                  1,000
                                     0
                                              Fall                     Spring                     Summer
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                                                               Fall       Spring         Summer AY 1998     % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                               1997        1998           1998    Total     Total

College of Health Sciences & Human
Services

Department of Communication Science and
  Disorders
  Communication Disorders                                         369            414        405     1,188    67.1%

Department of Nursing
  Nursing                                                         114            151        138      403     22.8%

Department of Social Work



Department of Health Sciences



Department of Clinical Laboratory
Sciences



Coordinated Program in Dietetics



Department of Rehabilitative Services
  Rehabilitative Services                                          93               72       15      180     10.2%

College Total                                                     576            637        558     1,771   100.0%

                                              College of Health Sciences & Human Services
Fall                                                             576
                                                       Gradutate SCH Production
Spring                                                           637
Summer                                                           558
                                        660
                 # of Semester Credit




                                                                           637
                                        640
                                        620
                                        600
                        Hours




                                                576
                                        580
                                                                                                   558
                                        560
                                        540
                                        520
                                        500
                                                 Fall                      Spring                 Summer

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                                   UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                              Fall       Spring    Summer AY 1998        % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area              1997        1998      1998    Total        Total

College of Science & Engineering

Department of Biology
  Biology                                      8,675       8,258     3,272      20,205    27.7%

Department of Chemistry
  Chemistry                                    2,313       1,988     1,110       5,411     7.4%

Department of Computer Science
  Computer Science                             3,012       2,313         618     5,943     8.1%

Department of Engineering
  Engineering                                    684         649         209     1,542     2.1%
  Electrical Engineering                         742         666          69     1,477     2.0%
  Manufacturing Engineering                      240         229           0       469     0.6%
  Mechanical Engineering                         556         620          30     1,206     1.7%
Sub-total                                      2,222       2,164         308     4,694     6.4%

Department of Mathematics
  Math                                        13,160      11,359     4,657      29,176    40.0%
  Statistics                                     171         114        39         324     0.4%
Sub-total                                     13,331      11,473     4,696      29,500    40.4%

Department Physics & Geology
  Astronomy                                      220         216       -           436     0.6%
  Geography                                      150         243       222         615     0.8%
  Geology                                        256         272       -           528     0.7%
  Physics                                      1,099       1,038       331       2,468     3.4%
  Physical Science                             1,303       1,260       663       3,226     4.4%
Sub-total                                      3,028       3,029     1,216       7,273    10.0%

College Total                                 32,581      29,225    11,220      73,026   100.0%

                                      College of Science & Engineering
                                       Undergraduate SCH Production
Fall                                           32,581
                          32,581
Spring35,000                                       29,225
                                               29,225
 # of Semester




      30,000
 Credit Hours




Summer25,000                                   11,220
      20,000
      15,000                                                                   11,220
      10,000
       5,000
           0
                           Fall                   Spring                       Summer
                                                 Semester




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                                                     GRADUATE LEVEL

                                                             Fall        Spring      Summer AY 1998       % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                             1997         1998        1998    Total       Total

College of Science & Engineering

Department of Biology
  Biology                                                        85            121       27       233      22.4%
  Science, Interdisciplinary                                      -              -       72        72       6.9%
Sub-total                                                        85            121       99       305      29.4%

Department of Chemistry
  Chemistry                                                      -              9        -            9     0.9%

Department of Computer Science
  Computer Science                                              146            115       44       305      29.4%

Department of Engineering
  Manufacturing Engineering                                      39             33       36       108      10.4%
  Mechanical Engineering                                         30             27       21        78       7.5%
Sub-total                                                        69             60       57       186      17.9%

Department of Mathematics
  Math                                                           66             87       81       234      22.5%
Sub-total                                                        66             87       81       234      22.5%

College Total                                                   366            392       281     1,039    100.0%


                                                      College of Science & Engineering
                                                          Graduate SCH Production

Fall                                                            366
                                                                392 392
         # of Semester Credit Hours




Spring
                                      400     366
Summer                                350                       281
                                                                                                281
                                      300
                                      250
                                      200
                                      150
                                      100
                                       50
                                      -
                                              Fall                    Spring                   Summer
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                                                     UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                                                 Fall        Spring      Summer AY 1998        % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                                 1997         1998        1998    Total        Total

College of Social & Behavioral Sciences

Department of Criminal Justice
  Criminal Justice                                                 2,847         2,439      780        6,066    14.1%

Department of Military Science
  ROTC-ARMY                                                          248          286          42       576      1.3%

Department of Political Science
  Political Science                                                6,432         5,670     2,862      14,964    34.7%

Department of Psychology & Anthropology
  Anthropology                                                     1,638         1,348       201       3,187     7.4%
  Psychology                                                       5,036         4,304     1,821      11,161    25.9%
Sub-total                                                          6,674         5,652     2,022      14,348    33.3%

Department of Sociology
  Sociology                                                        2,892         2,454     1,806       7,152    16.6%

College Total                                                     19,093      16,501       7,512      43,106   100.0%


                                                     College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Fall                                                              19,093
                                                         Undergraduate SCH Production
Spring                                                            16,501
Summer                                                             7,512
       25,000
    # of Semester Credit Hours




                                            19,093
                                 20,000
                                                                        16,501

                                 15,000


                                 10,000                                                             7,512

                                  5,000


                                     0
                                             Fall                       Spring                      Summer
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                                         GRADUATE LEVEL

                                                   Fall       Spring    Summer AY 1998           % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                   1997        1998      1998    Total           Total

College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Department of Political Science
  Political Science                                   114        123         48            285    26.0%

Department of Psychology & Anthropology
  Anthropology                                          6         12          6             24     2.2%
  Psychology                                          225        231        102            558    51.0%
Sub-total                                             231        243        108            582    53.2%

Department of Sociology
  Sociology                                           120         87         21            228    20.8%

College Total                                         465        453        177          1,095   100.0%
Undergraduate Total                               127,350     113,288    47,962      288,600      95.1%
Graduate Total                                      6,082       6,227     2,413       14,722       4.9%
University Total                                  133,432     119,515    50,375      303,322     100.0%

                                        College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
                                               Graduate SCH Production
       500                       465                  453
                                                     465
 # of Semester Credit




Fall
Spring 400                                           453
Summer 300                                           177
        Hours




                                                                                   177
                    200

                    100

                        0
                                 Fall                Spring                       Summer
                                                   Semester




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                                                                                  Total Undergraduate Semester Credit Hour Production for AY 1998

                                                              140,000               127,350
                                           # of Semester Credit Hours




                                                              120,000                                             113,288

      100,000
Fall                                                                                                       127,350
Spring 80,000                                                                                               113,288
Summer 60,000                                                                                                47,962                             47,962

                                                                        40,000
                                                                        20,000
                                                                            0
                                                                                         Fall                      Spring                   Summer
                                                                                                                 Semester



                                                                                     Total Graduate Semester Credit Hour Production for AY 1998
                   7,000                                                         6,082                           6,227
                   6,000
 # of Semester Credit Hours




                   5,000
                   4,000
                   3,000                                                                                                                         2,413

                   2,000
                   1,000
                                                                        0
                                                                                  Fall                           Spring                         Summer
                                                                                                                Semester


                                                                                            Total Semester Credit Hour Production for AY 1998
                                                   160,000
                                                                                   133,432
              # of Semester Credit Hours




                                                   140,000
                                                                                                                  119,515
                                                   120,000
                                                   100,000
                                                    80,000
                                                                                                                                                50,375
                                                    60,000
                                                    40,000
                                                    20,000
                                                         0
                                                                                         Fall                      Spring                   Summer
                                                                                                                  Semester




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             SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 1999
                                  UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                                Fall      Spring    Summer      AY 1999     % of
Academic Unit                                   1998       1999      1999        Total      Total

College of Arts & Humanities                    41,152     37,014     15,683     93,849       32.4%
College of Business Administration              12,360     12,699      6,599     31,658       10.9%
College of Education                            14,462     14,204      8,417     37,083       12.8%
College of Health Sci. & Human Services          5,927      6,154      1,720     13,801        4.8%
College of Science & Engineering                32,080     29,168     11,178     72,426       25.0%
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences         17,189     16,362      7,297     40,848       14.1%

Undergraduate Totals                           123,170    115,601     50,894    289,665      100.0%



                                    GRADUATE LEVEL
                                                Fall      Spring    Summer      AY 1999     % of
Academic Unit                                   1998       1999      1999        Total      Total

College of Arts & Humanities                       632        619        290      1,541        6.6%
College of Business Administration               1,587      1,650        873      4,110       17.5%
College of Education                             4,119      4,311      3,924     12,354       52.7%
College of Health Sci. & Human Services            930        842        528      2,300        9.8%
College of Science & Engineering                   677        583        264      1,524        6.5%
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences            780        594        237      1,611        6.9%

Graduate Totals                                  8,725      8,599      6,116     23,440      100.0%




Term                                         Undergraduate          Graduate              Composite
Fall                                            123,170                 8,725               131,895
Spring                                          115,601                 8,599               124,200
Summer                                           50,894                 6,116                57,010
Total                                          289,665                 23,440               313,105
FTSE/Fall (UG 12 SCH)                           10,264 FALL (GR 9)        969                10,991
FTSE/Year (UG 30 SCH)                             9,633 YEAR (GR 24       977                10,437




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                                   UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                             Fall           Spring    Summer        AY 1999   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area             1998            1999      1999          Total    Total

College of Arts & Humanities

Department of Art
  Art                                          3,192          2,787     1,083         7,062      7.5%

Department of Communication
  Communication                                5,271          4,592     1,602        11,465    12.2%

Department of English
  English                                     14,670         13,236     5,424        33,330    35.5%

Department of History & Philosophy
  History                                      7,341          6,489     3,720        17,550    18.7%
  Honors Studies                                 192            204         7           403     0.4%
  Philosophy                                   1,257          1,449       702         3,408     3.6%
Sub-total                                      8,790          8,142     4,429        21,361    22.8%

Department of Modern Language
& Literature
  Chinese                                              -         21             -               0.0%
   French                                        762            558       195         1,515     1.6%
   German                                        -               69         -            69     0.1%
   Japanese                                       -             114         -           114     0.1%
   Spanish                                     5,847          5,070     2,364        13,281    14.2%
Sub-Total                                      6,609          5,832     2,559        15,000    16.0%

Department of Music
  Music                                        2,610          2,425      586          5,621      6.0%

College Total                                 41,142         37,014    15,683        93,839   100.0%




                                  College of Arts & Humanities
                                 Undergraduate SCH Production
Fall 50,000                                   41,142
                        41,142                    37,014
 # of Semester




Spring                                        37,014
 Credit Hours




      40,000
Summer                                        15,683
          30,000
                                                                                    15,683
          20,000
          10,000
               0
                          Fall                   Spring                             Summer
                                                Semester




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                                     GRADUATE LEVEL

                                             Fall        Spring    Summer   AY 1999      % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area             1998         1999      1999     Total       Total

College of Arts & Humanities

Department of Art
  Art                                           123          93        45          261    20.4%

Department of Communication
  Communication                                 135         180        99          414    32.3%

Department of English
  English                                       177         150        99          426    33.3%

Department of History & Philosophy
  History                                        60          75         3          138    10.8%

Sub-total                                        60          75         3          138    10.8%

Department of Modern Language
& Literature
   Spanish                                      129         114        39          282    22.0%

Sub-Total                                       129         114        39          282    22.0%

Department of Music
  Music                                             8         7         5           20      1.6%

College Total                                   632         619       290      1,280     120.4%



                                     College of Arts & Humanities
Fall                                             632
                                      Graduate SCH Production
Spring                                          619
Summer 800                 632                   619
                                                290
 # of Semester
 Credit Hours




             600
             400                                                             290
             200
                 0
                           Fall                 Spring                      Summer
                                               Semester




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                                               Fall      Spring      Summer    AY 1999    % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area               1998       1999        1999      Total     Total

College of Business Administration

Department of Accounting & Business Law
  Accounting                                    2,222        2,205     1,037      5,464    17.3%
  Business Law                                    468          420       294      1,182     3.7%
Sub-total                                       2,690        2,625     1,331      6,646    21.0%

Department of Economics, Finance
& General Business
   Economics                                    1,854        1,914       858      4,626    14.6%
   Finance                                        717        1,017       507      2,241     7.1%
Sub-total                                       2,571        2,931     1,365      6,867    21.7%

Department of Management, Marketing
& International Business
   Management                                   2,145        2,316     1,212      5,673    17.9%
   Marketing                                      675          684       396      1,755     5.5%
   International Business                         525          420       321      1,266     4.0%
Sub-total                                       3,345        3,420     1,929      8,694    27.5%

Department of Quantitative Methods &
Information Systems
   Computer Information Systems                 2,835        2,670     1,257      6,762    21.4%
   Management                                     912        1,053       717      2,682     8.5%
Sub-total                                       3,747        3,723     1,974      9,444    29.8%

College Total                                  12,353       12,699     6,599     31,651   100.0%

                                   College of Business Administration
                                     Undergraduate SCH Production
                 14,000     12,353                 12,699
  #of Semester
  Credit Hours




                 12,000
Fall             10,000                       12,353
                                                                                6,599
Spring            8,000                       12,699
Summer            6,000                        6,599
                  4,000
                  2,000
                      -

                             Fall                  Spring                      Summer
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                                                    Fall      Spring    Summer AY 1999       % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                    1998       1999      1999    Total       Total

College of Business Administration

Department of Accounting & Business Law
  Accounting                                           240        75         246       726    17.7%
  Business Law                                         165         -           -       165     4.0%
Sub-total                                              405        75         246       726    21.7%

Department of Economics, Finance
& General Business
   Economics                                            72       132          69       273     6.6%
   Finance                                              18       261         201       480    11.7%
   General Business                                     54        81          12       147     3.6%
Sub-total                                              144       474         282       900    21.9%

Department of Management, Marketing
& International Business
   Management                                          483       480         192     1,155    28.1%
   Marketing                                           150       168          42       360     8.8%
   International Business                               42       129          33       204     5.0%
Sub-total                                              675       777         267     1,719    41.8%

Department of Quantitative Methods &
Information Systems
   Information Systems & Quan. Methods                  87        39           -       126     3.1%
   Management Information Systems                       96       174           -       270     6.6%
   Management                                          180       111          78       369     9.0%
Sub-total                                              363       324          78       765    18.6%

College Total                                        1,587      1,650        873     4,110   104.0%



Fall                                    College of Business Administration
                                                      1,587
Spring                                       Graduate 1,650 Production
                                                      SCH
Summer            1,800         1,587                    1,650
                                                        873
                  1,600
  # of Semester
  Credit Hours




                  1,400
                  1,200                                                             873
                  1,000
                    800
                    600
                    400
                    200
                      0

                                 Fall                  Spring                      Summer
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                                                  Fall      Spring      Summer AY 1999       % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                  1998       1999        1999    Total       Total

College of Education

Department Curriculum & Instruction
Elementary & Secondary
   Education- C& I-Elem. & Sec                     4,725        4,341     2,280     11,346    30.6%
   Alternative Certification                       1,218        1,383       549      3,150     8.5%
   Education Early Childhood                         639          714       492      1,845     5.0%
   Reading                                           933        1,026     1,323      3,282     8.8%
Sub-total                                          7,515        7,464     4,644     19,623    52.9%

Department of Educational Psychology
   Education Psychology                              879        1,014      642       2,535      6.8%

Department of Health and
Kinesiology
   Educational Kinesiology                           120           66        60        246     0.7%
   Health                                            891          738       699      2,328     6.3%
   Kinesiology                                     5,060        4,922     2,372     12,354    33.3%
Sub-total                                          6,071        5,726     3,131     14,928    40.3%



College Total                                     14,465       14,204     8,417     37,086   100.0%



                                          College of Education
                                      Undergraduate SCH Production
Fall                                              14,465
      16,000                  14,465                  14,204
Spring                                            14,204
      14,000
 # of Semester Credit




Summer                                             8,417
               12,000
               10,000                                                              8,417
        Hours




                8,000
                6,000
                4,000
                2,000
                    -
                               Fall                  Spring                       Summer
                                                    Semester




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                                       GRADUATE LEVEL

                                              Fall      Spring    Summer AY 1999       % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area              1998       1999      1999    Total       Total

College of Education

Department Curriculum & Instruction
Elementary & Secondary
   Education- C& I-Elem. & Sec                   699       666       594       1,959    15.9%
   Education Early Childhood                      66         -         -          66     0.5%
Sub-total                                        765       666       594       2,025    16.4%

Department of Educational Psychology
   Education Psychology                        1,698      1,920     1,698      5,316    43.0%



Department of Health and
Kinesiology
   Kinesiology                                    54        63         3        120       1.0%
Sub-total                                         54        63         3        120       1.0%

Department of School Administration
& Supervision
   Education                                      30         18         -         48     0.4%
   Educational Administration                  1,572      1,644     1,629      4,845    39.2%
Sub-total                                      1,602      1,662     1,629      4,893    39.6%

College Total                                  4,119      4,311     3,924    12,354    100.0%



                                     College of Education
Fall                               Graduate SCH Production
                                                4,119
Spring 4,400                                    4,311
                                                   4,311
Summer 4,300                                   3,924
 # of Semester
 Credit Hours




             4,200       4,119
             4,100
             4,000                                                           3,924
             3,900
             3,800
             3,700

                          Fall                  Spring                      Summer
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                                             UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                                      Fall       Spring     Summer AY 1999         % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                      1998        1999       1999    Total         Total

College of Health Sciences & Human
    Services
   Allied Health                                         312         312        -           624       4.5%

Department of Communication Science and
  Disorders
  Communication Disorders                                948        1,041           66     2,055    14.9%

Department of Nursing
  Nursing                                              2,231        2,118      105         4,454    32.3%

Department of Social Work
  Social Work                                            962        1,089      336         2,387    17.3%

Clinical Laboratory Sciences Program
   Clinical Laboratory Sciences                          378         321       562         1,261      9.1%

Coordinated Program in Dietetics
  Dietetics                                              580         502       213         1,295      9.4%

Rehabilitative Services Program
  Rehabilitative Services                                516         771       438         1,725    12.5%

College Total                                          5,927        6,154     1,720       13,801   100.0%


                                    College of Health Sciences & Human Services
                                           Undergraduate SCH Production
Fall                                                   5,927
Spring                                                 6,154
                            7,000
Summer                               5,927             1,7206,154
                            6,000
     # of Semester Credit




                            5,000
            Hours




                            4,000
                            3,000
                                                                                         1,720
                            2,000
                            1,000
                               0
                                      Fall                    Spring                     Summer
                                                             Semester




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                                                      GRADUATE LEVEL

                                                              Fall      Spring    Summer AY 1999        % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                              1998       1999      1999    Total        Total

College of Health Sciences & Human
Services

Department of Communication Science and
  Disorders
  Communication Disorders                                       318        309       198          825    35.9%

Department of Nursing
  Nursing                                                       216        203       159          578    25.1%

Department of Social Work
  Social Work                                                   168        120        39          327    14.2%

Department of Rehabilitative Services
  Rehabilitative Services                                       228        210       132          570    24.8%

College Total                                                   930        842       528      2,300     100.0%




                                          College of Health Sciences & Human Services
                                                   Gradutate SCH Production
     1,000                                930
Fall
                                                                 842
                                                                930
  # of Semester Credit Hours




       900
Spring                                                          842
       800
Summer                                                          528
       700
                               600
                                                                                            528
                               500
                               400
                               300
                               200
                               100
                                 0
                                          Fall                  Spring                     Summer
                                                               Semester




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                                   UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                                Fall      Spring    Summer AY 1999        % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                1998       1999      1999    Total        Total

College of Science & Engineering

Department of Biology
  Biology                                        8,564      7,657      2,788     19,009    26.2%

Department of Chemistry
  Chemistry                                      2,644      2,447      1,091      6,182      8.5%

Department of Computer Science
  Computer Science                               2,781      2,475          591    5,847      8.1%

Department of Engineering
  Engineering                                      424        621          138    1,183      1.6%
  Electrical Engineering                           821        733           72    1,626      2.2%
  Manufacturing Engineering                        449        242           80      771      1.1%
  Mechanical Engineering                           654        685          291    1,630      2.3%
Sub-total                                        2,348      2,281          581    5,210      7.2%

Department of Mathematics
  Math                                          12,849     11,002      4,734     28,585    39.5%
  Statistics                                        21        141         63        225     0.3%
Sub-total                                       12,870     11,143      4,797     28,810    39.8%

Department Physics & Geology
  Astronomy                                        220        232          -        452     0.6%
  Geography                                         99        228        270        597     0.8%
  Geology                                          340        336         32        708     1.0%
  Physics                                        1,165      1,181        440      2,786     3.8%
  Physical Science                               1,048      1,188        588      2,824     3.9%
Sub-total                                        2,872      3,165      1,330      7,367    10.2%

College Total                                   32,079     29,168     11,178     72,425   100.0%

                                        College of Science & Engineering
                                         Undergraduate SCH Production
Fall                           32,079           32,079
Spring              32,500                      29,168 29,168
    # of Semester
    Credit Hours




Summer              26,000                      11,178
                    19,500
                    13,000                                                       11,178
                     6,500
                         0
                                 Fall                     Spring                 Summer
                                                         Semester




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                                                GRADUATE LEVEL

                                                        Fall         Spring        Summer AY 1999        % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                        1998          1999          1999    Total        Total

College of Science & Engineering

Department of Biology
  Biology                                                  219            161              18     398     26.1%
  Science, Interdisciplinary                                 -              -              57      57      3.7%
Sub-total                                                  219            161              75     455     29.9%

Department of Chemistry
  Chemistry                                                -                   3       -            3       0.2%

Department of Computer Science
  Computer Science                                         174            200              54     428     28.1%

Department of Engineering
  Engineering                                              -                  42            -      42      2.8%
  Electrical Engineering                                    39            -                 -      39      2.6%
  Manufacturing Engineering                                134             78              15     227     14.9%
  Mechanical Engineering                                    39             51              15     105      6.9%
Sub-total                                                  212            171              30     413     27.1%

Department of Mathematics
  Math                                                         72             48      105         225     14.8%
Sub-total                                                      72             48      105         225     14.8%

College Total                                              677            583         264        1,524   100.0%


                                              College of Science & Engineering
                                                  Graduate SCH Production
Fall                                   677                 677
Spring                        700                          583
Summer                                                     264      583
                              600
       # of Semester Credit




                              500

                              400
              Hours




                                                                                                 264
                              300

                              200

                              100

                              -
                                       Fall                      Spring                         Summer
                                                                Semester




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                                                      UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                                                   Fall      Spring     Summer AY 1999      % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                                   1998       1999       1999    Total      Total

College of Social & Behavioral Sciences

Department of Criminal Justice
  Criminal Justice                                                  2,244       2,274      961      5,479    13.4%

Department of Military Science
  ROTC-ARMY                                                          250         224        30       504       1.2%

Department of Political Science
  Political Science                                                 5,289       5,588     2,885    13,762    33.7%

Department of Psychology & Anthropology
  Anthropology                                                      1,545       1,674       229     3,448     8.4%
  Psychology                                                        4,954       3,911     1,524    10,389    25.4%
Sub-total                                                           6,499       5,585     1,753    13,837    33.9%

Department of Sociology
  Sociology                                                         2,907       2,694     1,668     7,269    17.8%

College Total                                                      17,189      16,365     7,297    40,851   100.0%


                                                    College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Fall                                                               17,189
                                                        Undergraduate SCH Production
Spring                                                             16,365
     20,000
Summer                                                              7,297
                                            17,189
                              18,000                                  16,365
 # of Semester Credit Hours




                              16,000
                              14,000
                              12,000
                              10,000
                                                                                                  7,297
                               8,000
                               6,000
                               4,000
                               2,000
                                  0
                                             Fall                     Spring                      Summer
                                                                     Semester




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                                         GRADUATE LEVEL

                                                 Fall         Spring    Summer AY 1999      % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                 1998          1999      1999    Total      Total

College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Department of Criminal Justice
 Criminal Justice                                   135           81        42       258     16.0%

Department of Political Science
  Political Science                                 162          126        81       369     22.9%

Department of Psychology & Anthropology
  Anthropology                                       24           27        21        72      4.5%
  Psychology                                        312          261        54       627     38.9%
Sub-total                                           336          288        75       699     43.4%

Department of Sociology
  Sociology                                         147           99        39       285     17.7%

College Total                                       780           594       237     1,611   100.0%
Undergraduate Total                             123,155       115,604    50,894   289,653    92.5%
Graduate Total                                    8,725         8,599     6,116    23,440     7.5%
University Total                                131,880       124,203    57,010   313,093   100.0%

                                     College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
                              780           Graduate SCH Production
                 750
  # of Semester Credit




                                                        594
       600
Fall                                            123,155
         Hours




Spring                                          115,604
Summer 450                                       50,894

                 300                                                               237


                 150
                              Fall                   Spring                       Summer
                                                   Semester




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                                Total Undergraduate Semester Credit Hour
                                         Production for AY 1999
                     150,000               123,155                    115,604
 Semester
  Credit
  Hours




                     100,000
   # of




                                                                                        50,894
                      50,000
                            0
                                             Fall                      Spring           Summer
                                                                 Semester




                       Total Graduate Semester Credit Hour Production for
                                   8,725   AY 19998,599
                            9,000
                            7,500                                                           6,116
                 Semester
                  Credit
                  Hours




                            6,000
                   # of




                            4,500
                            3,000
                            1,500
                                0
                                                Fall                    Spring          Summer
                                                                      Semester



                            Total Semester Credit Hour Production for AY 1999
                                131,880
           140,000                                          124,203
 # of Semester




           120,000
 Credit Hours




           100,000
            80,000                                                                57,010
            60,000
            40,000
            20,000
                 0
                                    Fall                     Spring
                                                           Semester




Fall
Spring




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                                 UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                               Fall       Spring    Summer AY 2000         % of
Academic Unit                                  1999        2000      2000    Total         Total

College of Arts & Humanities                    41,481     36,697    16,425     94,603      32.2%
College of Business Administration              13,545     13,503     6,735     33,783      11.5%
College of Education                            14,185     13,940     8,279     36,404      12.4%
College of Health Sci. & Human Services          6,778      6,728     2,352     15,858       5.4%
College of Science & Engineering                32,181     30,249    10,975     73,405      25.0%
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences         17,308     15,698     6,549     39,555      13.5%

Undergraduate Totals                           125,478    116,815    51,315    293,608     100.0%



                                   GRADUATE LEVEL
                                               Fall       Spring    Summer AY 2000         % of
Academic Unit                                  1999        2000      2000    Total         Total

College of Arts & Humanities                       673        628        246     1,547       6.3%
College of Business Administration               1,869      1,737        792     4,398      17.9%
College of Education                             4,349      4,146      4,181    12,676      51.7%
College of Health Sci. & Human Services          1,053        898        543     2,494      10.2%
College of Science & Engineering                   632        742        345     1,719       7.0%
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences            768        759        177     1,704       6.9%

Graduate Totals                                  9,344      8,910      6,284    24,538     100.0%




Term                                         Undergraduate         Graduate              Composite
Fall                                           125,478                 9,344              134,822
Spring                                         116,815                 8,910              125,725
Summer                                          51,315                 6,284               57,599
Total                                          293,608                24,538              318,146
FTSE/Fall (UG 12 SCH)                           10,457 FALL (GR 9)     1,038               11,235
FTSE/Year (UG 30 SCH)                            9,735 YEAR (GR 24     1,022               10,605




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                                     UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                               Fall       Spring    Summer AY 2000      % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area               1999        2000      2000    Total      Total

College of Arts & Humanities

Department of Art
  Art                                            3,012      2,956     1,260     7,228     7.6%

Department of Communication
  Communication                                  4,718      3,335     1,382     9,435    10.0%

Department of English
  English                                       15,309     13,296     5,403    34,008    35.9%

Department of History & Philosophy
  History                                        7,380      6,879     4,095    18,354    19.4%
  Honors Studies                                   225        197        15       437     0.5%
  Philosophy                                     1,893      2,178     1,119     5,190     5.5%
Sub-total                                        9,498      9,254     5,229    23,981    25.3%

Department of Modern Language
& Literature
   French                                          762        420       108     1,290     1.4%
   Spanish                                       4,902      4,329     1,911    11,142    11.8%
Sub-Total                                        5,664      4,749     2,019    12,432    13.1%

Department of Music
  Music                                          3,280      3,107     1,132     7,519     7.9%

College Total                                   41,481     36,697    16,425    94,603   100.0%




                                    College of Arts & Humanities
                                  Undergraduate SCH Production
Fall   50,000                41,481               41,481
 # of Semester




                                                       36,697
 Credit Hours




Spring 40,000                                   36,697
Summer30,000                                    16,425                        16,425
                 20,000
                 10,000
                      0
                              Fall                  Spring                    Summer
                                                   Semester




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                                     GRADUATE LEVEL

                                                 Fall     Spring   Summer     AY 2000      % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                1999       2000       2000      Total      Total

College of Arts & Humanities

Department of Art
  Art                                           129         141        24           294   19.0%

Department of Communication
  Communication                                 165         159       123           447   28.9%

Department of English
  English                                       162         156        33           351   22.7%

Department of History & Philosophy
  History                                        66          81         3           150    9.7%
Sub-total                                        66          81         3           150    9.7%

Department of Modern Language
& Literature
   Spanish                                      138          84        60           282   18.2%
Sub-Total                                       138          84        60           282   18.2%

Department of Music
  Music                                          13           7         3            23    1.5%

College Total                                    673         628       246      1,547     100.0%


                                     College of Arts & Humanities
Fall                                             673
                                      Graduate SCH Production
Spring                                          628
Summer800
                             673                 628
                                                246
 # of Semester
 Credit Hours




                 600
                 400                                                          246
                 200
                   0
                             Fall               Spring                       Summer
                                               Semester




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                                       UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                                  Fall       Spring    Summer AY 2000       % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                  1999        2000      2000    Total       Total

College of Business Administration

Department of Accounting & Business Law
  Accounting                                        2,298      2,218     1,334      5,850    17.3%
  Business Law                                        459        570       147      1,176     3.5%
Sub-total                                           2,757      2,788     1,481      7,026    20.8%

Department of Economics, Finance
& General Business
   Economics                                        2,052      2,283       822      5,157    15.3%
   Finance                                          1,254        924       432      2,610     7.7%
   General Business                                     -          -         -          -     0.0%
Sub-total                                           3,306      3,207     1,254      7,767    23.0%

Department of Management, Marketing
& International Business
   Management                                       2,535      2,451     1,155      6,141    18.2%
   Marketing                                          705        771       435      1,911     5.7%
   International Business                             420        444       501      1,365     4.0%
Sub-total                                           3,660      3,666     2,091      9,417    27.9%

Department of Quantitative Methods &
Information Systems
   Computer Information Systems                     2,664      2,672     1,144      6,480    19.2%
   Information Systems & Quan. Methods                                                  -     0.0%
   Management Information Systems                       -                               -     0.0%
    Management                                      1,158      1,170       765      3,093     9.2%
Sub-total                                           3,822      3,842     1,909      9,573    28.3%

College Total                                      13,545     13,503     6,735     33,783   100.0%

                                       College of Business Administration
                                         Undergraduate SCH Production
       16,000
Fall                          13,545               13,545
                                                       13,503
  #of Semester
  Credit Hours




       14,000
Spring 12,000                                      13,503
Summer 10,000
                                                    6,735                         6,735
                 8,000
                 6,000
                 4,000
                 2,000
                     -

                               Fall                  Spring                      Summer
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                                            GRADUATE LEVEL

                                                     Fall      Spring     Summer AY 2000         % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                     1999       2000       2000    Total         Total

College of Business Administration

Department of Accounting & Business Law
  Accounting                                            126        132        27           285     6.6%
Sub-total                                               126        132        27           285     6.6%

Department of Economics, Finance
& General Business
   Economics                                            159        228         63        450      10.3%
   Finance                                              213        123        154        490      11.3%
   General Business                                      57         66          9        132       3.0%
Sub-total                                               429        417        226      1,072      24.6%

Department of Management, Marketing
& International Business
   Management                                           606        681        306      1,593      36.6%
   Marketing                                            267        180          -        447      10.3%
   International Business                                90         93         15        198       4.6%
Sub-total                                               963        954        321      2,238      51.4%

Department of Quantitative Methods &
Information Systems
   Information Systems & Quan. Methods                   30         48          -           78     1.8%
   Management Information Systems                        75        111        153          339     7.8%
   Management                                           246         75         18          339     7.8%
Sub-total                                               351        234        171          756    17.4%

College Total                                         1,869       1,737       745      4,351     100.0%



Fall                                     College of Business Administration
                                                       1,869
Spring                                        Graduate 1,737 Production
                                                       SCH
Summer             2,000         1,869                   745
                   1,800
                                                          1,737
   # of Semester
   Credit Hours




                   1,600
                   1,400
                   1,200
                   1,000                                                             745
                     800
                     600
                     400
                     200
                       0

                                  Fall                   Spring                     Summer
                                                       Semester




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                                                       Fall       Spring      Summer AY 2000      % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                       1999        2000        2000    Total      Total

College of Education

Department Curriculum & Instruction
Elementary & Secondary
   Education- C& I-Elem. & Sec                           4,542        4,050     2,394    10,986    30.2%
   Alternative Certification                             1,626        1,578       645     3,849    10.6%
   Education Early Childhood                               783          744       537     2,064     5.7%
   Reading                                                 906        1,215     1,110     3,231     8.9%
Sub-total                                                7,857        7,587     4,686    20,130    55.3%

Department of Educational Psychology
   Education Psychology                                   903          846       810      2,559     7.0%

Department of Health and
Kinesiology
   Educational Kinesiology                                  78           24        87       189     0.5%
   Health                                                  900          720       543     2,163     5.9%
   Kinesiology                                           4,447        4,763     2,153    11,363    31.2%
Sub-total                                                5,425        5,507     2,783    13,715    37.7%



College Total                                           14,185     13,940       8,279    36,404   100.0%

                                               College of Education
                                           Undergraduate SCH Production
Fall                                                    14,185
       16,000                      14,185                    13,940
Spring                                                  13,940
 # of Semester Credit




       14,000
Summer                                                   8,279
                        12,000
                        10,000                                                           8,279
        Hours




                         8,000
                         6,000
                         4,000
                         2,000
                             -
                                    Fall                    Spring                      Summer
                                                           Semester




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                                       GRADUATE LEVEL

                                             Fall       Spring    Summer AY 2000       % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area             1999        2000      2000    Total       Total

College of Education

Department Curriculum & Instruction
Elementary & Secondary
   Education- C& I-Elem. & Sec                  708        576       882       2,166    17.1%
   Education Early Childhood                      -        198        57         255     2.0%
Sub-total                                       708        774       939       2,421    19.1%

Department of Educational Psychology
   Education Psychology                        1,925      1,836     1,971      5,732    45.2%



Department of Health and
Kinesiology
   Kinesiology                                   57          60       15         132     1.0%
Sub-total                                        57          60       15         132     1.0%

Department of School Administration
& Supervision
   Education                                       6          6         -         12     0.1%
   Educational Administration                  1,653      1,470     1,256      4,379    34.5%
Sub-total                                      1,659      1,476     1,256      4,391    34.6%

College Total                                  4,349      4,146     4,181     12,676   100.0%




                                     College of Education
Fall                                            4,349
                                   Graduate SCH Production
Spring                                         4,146
       4,400
Summer                   4,349                 4,181
 # of Semester
 Credit Hours




                                                                             4,181
             4,200                              4,146


             4,000

                          Fall                 Spring                       Summer
                                              Semester




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                                                     Fall       Spring       Summer AY 2000      % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                     1999        2000         2000    Total      Total

College of Health Sciences & Human
    Services
   Allied Health                                        426           330        -        756      4.8%

Department of Communication Science and
  Disorders
  Communication Disorders                             1,281          1,128      327      2,736    17.3%

Department of Nursing
  Nursing                                             1,735          1,644      199      3,578    22.6%

Department of Social Work
  Social Work                                           851           968       468      2,287    14.4%

Clinical Laboratory Sciences Program
   Clinical Laboratory Sciences                         540           347       135      1,022     6.4%

Coordinated Program in Dietetics
  Dietetics                                             530           621       150      1,301     8.2%

Rehabilitative Services Program
  Rehabilitative Services                               756           997       258      2,011    12.7%

Physician Assistance Studies Program
  Physician Assistant                                   387           455       596      1,438     9.1%

Occupational Therapy
  Occupational Therapist                                272           238       219       729      4.6%

College Total                                         6,778          6,728     2,352    15,858   100.0%

                                    College of Health Sciences & Human Services
Fall                                       Undergraduate SCH Production
                                                        6,778
Spring                                                6,728
                            8,000
Summer                               6,778            2,352
                            7,000                            6,728
     # of Semester Credit




                            6,000
                            5,000
            Hours




                            4,000
                            3,000                                                      2,352
                            2,000
                            1,000
                               0
                                      Fall                   Spring                    Summer
                                                            Semester




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                                            GRADUATE LEVEL

                                                     Fall       Spring     Summer AY 2000     % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                     1999        2000       2000    Total     Total

College of Health Sciences & Human
Services

Department of Communication Science and
  Disorders
  Communication Disorders                               324          285      297      906     36.3%

Department of Nursing
  Nursing                                               282          244      117      643     25.8%

Department of Social Work
  Social Work                                           201          195       48      444     17.8%

Department of Health Sciences

Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences

Coordinated Program in Dietetics

Department of Rehabilitative Services
  Rehabilitative Services                               246          174       81      501     20.1%

College Total                                         1,053          898      543     2,494   100.0%



Fall                                                    1,053
                                 College of Health Sciences & Human Services
Spring                                                    898
                                          Gradutate SCH Production
Summer                                                  543
                         1,200     1,053
  # of Semester Credit




                                                             898
                         1,000
                          800
         Hours




                          600                                                        543
                          400
                          200
                            0
                                    Fall                    Spring                  Summer
                                                        Semester




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                                     UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                                   Fall      Spring   Summer     AY 2000    % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                  1999        2000       2000      Total    Total

College of Science & Engineering

Department of Biology
  Biology                                        8,245       7,893      2,591    18,729    25.5%

Department of Chemistry
  Chemistry                                      2,448       2,604      1,239     6,291     8.6%

Department of Computer Science
  Computer Science                               3,024       2,663       634      6,321     8.6%

Department of Engineering
  Engineering                                      502         381         5        888     1.2%
  Electrical Engineering                         1,005         932       121      2,058     2.8%
  Manufacturing Engineering                        319         372        14        705     1.0%
  Mechanical Engineering                           956       1,012       254      2,222     3.0%
Sub-total                                        2,782       2,697       394      5,873     8.0%

Department of Mathematics
  Math                                          12,054      10,878      4,906    27,838    37.9%
  Statistics                                       168          72        138       378     0.5%
Sub-total                                       12,222      10,950      5,044    28,216    38.4%

Department Physics & Geology
  Astronomy                                        260         216          -       476     0.6%
  Geography                                        240         282         87       609     0.8%
  Geology                                          284         385          8       677     0.9%
  Physics                                        1,338       1,295        318     2,951     4.0%
  Physical Science                               1,338       1,264        660     3,262     4.4%
Sub-total                                        3,460       3,442      1,073     7,975    10.9%

College Total                                   32,181      30,249     10,975    73,405    100.0%

                                     College of Science & Engineering
Fall                                  Undergraduate SCH Production
                                                 32,181
Spring                                          30,249
       37,500               32,181
Summer                                              30,249
                                                10,975
 # of Semester
 Credit Hours




                 30,000
                 22,500
                 15,000                                                         10,975
                  7,500
                      0
                              Fall                  Spring                      Summer
                                                   Semester




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                            SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 2000
                                           GRADUATE LEVEL

                                                        Fall       Spring   Summer        AY 2000     % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                       1999         2000       2000         Total     Total

College of Science & Engineering

Department of Biology
  Biology                                              155           148         4             307   17.9%
  Science, Interdisciplinary                            30            33       156             219   12.7%
Sub-total                                              185           181       160             526   30.6%

Department of Chemistry
  Chemistry                                             -              3       -                 3    0.2%

Department of Computer Science
  Computer Science                                     231           275           71          577   33.6%

Department of Engineering
  Electrical Engineering                                27            48            -           75    4.4%
  Manufacturing Engineering                            102            85           54          241   14.0%
  Mechanical Engineering                                33            24       -                57    3.3%
Sub-total                                              162           157           54          373   21.7%

Department of Mathematics
  Math                                                      54       126           60          240   14.0%
Sub-total                                                   54       126           60          240   14.0%

College Total                                          632           742       345         1,719     100.0%



Fall                                                    632
                                          College of Science & Engineering
Spring                                                  742
                                              Graduate SCH Production
Summer                                                 345

                          800                                742
   # of Semester Credit




                          700      632
                          600
                          500
          Hours




                                                                                         345
                          400
                          300
                          200
                          100
                          -
                                   Fall                 Spring                          Summer
                                                       Semester




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                                                 UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

                                                              Fall       Spring    Summer AY 2000        % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                              1999        2000      2000    Total        Total

College of Social & Behavioral Sciences

Department of Criminal Justice
  Criminal Justice                                             1,968       1,956      747        4,671    11.8%

Department of Military Science
  ROTC-ARMY                                                      252        216          48       516      1.3%

Department of Political Science
  Political Science                                            5,678       5,820     2,418      13,916    35.2%

Department of Psychology & Anthropology
  Anthropology                                                 1,686       1,308       288       3,282     8.3%
  Psychology                                                   4,865       4,178     1,629      10,672    27.0%
Sub-total                                                      6,551       5,486     1,917      13,954    35.3%

Department of Sociology
  Sociology                                                    2,859       2,220     1,419       6,498    16.4%




College Total                                                 17,308      15,698     6,549      39,555   100.0%


             20,000                            College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Fall                                  17,308                   17,308
                                                   Undergraduate SCH Production
   18,000
Spring                                                        15,698
                                                                15,698
 # of Semester Credit Hours




Summer
   16,000                                                      6,549

             14,000
             12,000
             10,000
                          8,000                                                               6,549
                          6,000
                          4,000
                          2,000
                              0
                                        Fall                    Spring
                                                               Semester                       Summer




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                                        GRADUATE LEVEL

                                                  Fall         Spring    Summer AY 2000         % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                  1999          2000      2000    Total         Total

College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Department of Criminal Justice
  Criminal Justice                                  147           132        60           339    19.9%

Department of Political Science
  Political Science                                 162           204        63           429    25.2%

Department of Psychology & Anthropology
  Anthropology                                       18            39         9            66     3.9%
  Psychology                                        252           246        45           543    31.9%
Sub-total                                           270           285        54           609    35.7%

Department of Sociology
  Sociology                                         189           138         0           327    19.2%




College Total                                        768           759       177      1,704     100.0%
Undergraduate Total                              125,478       116,815    51,315    293,608      92.3%
Graduate Total                                     9,344         8,910     6,237     24,491       7.7%
University Total                                 134,822       125,725    57,552    318,099     100.0%

                                    College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
                                           Graduate SCH Production
                             768                         759
                800
 Credit Hours




Fall                                            125,478
  Semester




       600
Spring                                          116,815
     # of




       400
Summer                                           51,315                             177
       200
                 0
                             Fall                        Spring                    Summer
                                                    Semester




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                                            Total Undergraduate Semester Credit Hour
                                                     Production for AY 2000
                             140,000   125,478
                                                             116,815
                             120,000
   # of Semester
   Credit Hours




                             100,000
                              80,000
                              60,000                                               51,315
                              40,000
                              20,000
                                  0
                                         Fall                    Spring            Summer
                                                            Semester



                                           Total Undergraduate Semester Credit Hour
                                                    Production for AY 2000
                                        9,344
                              10,000                             8,910
      # of Semester Credit




                               8,000
                                                                                       6,237
                               6,000
             Hours




                               4,000

                               2,000

                                  0
                                         Fall                    Spring                Summer
                                                            Semester



                                                  Total Semester Credit Hour
                                                    Production for AY 2000
                             160,000   134,822
                             140,000
   # of Semester Credit




                                                             125,725
Fall                         120,000                  134,822
Spring                                                 125,725
                             100,000
          Hours




Summer                                                  57,552
                              80,000
                                                                                      57,552
                              60,000
                              40,000
                              20,000
                                   0
                                         Fall                    Spring               Summer
                                                            Semester




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                SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 2001
                           BACHELORS LEVEL
                                               Fall     Spring     Summer    AY 2001    % of
Academic Unit                                  2000      2001       2001      Total     Total

College of Arts & Humanities                   40,917    37,841     16,120    94,878     31.6%
College of Business Administration             15,348    14,649      6,840    36,837     12.3%
College of Education                           14,516    15,139      9,330    38,985     13.0%
College of Health Sci. & Human Services         7,794     7,549      2,144    17,487      5.8%
College of Science & Engineering               31,854    29,795     10,671    72,320     24.1%
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences        16,832    15,662      6,972    39,466     13.2%

Bachelor Totals                               127,261   120,635     52,077   299,973    100.0%


                                    MASTERS LEVEL
                                               Fall     Spring     Summer    AY 2001    % of
Academic Unit                                  2000      2001       2001      Total     Total

College of Arts & Humanities                      541       614        203     1,358      6.3%
College of Business Administration              1,269     1,176        471     2,916     13.5%
College of Education                            3,901     3,774      3,300    10,975     50.9%
College of Health Sci. & Human Services         1,220     1,164        675     3,059     14.2%
College of Science & Engineering                  751       839        255     1,845      8.6%
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences           570       657        189     1,416      6.6%

Master Totals                                   8,252     8,224      5,093    21,569    100.0%


                                   DOCTORAL LEVEL
                                               Fall     Spring     Summer    AY 2001    % of
Academic Unit                                  2000      2001       2001      Total     Total

College of Arts & Humanities                       -          -        -           -      0.0%
College of Business Administration               267        195         54       516     51.8%
College of Education                             132        165       183        480     48.2%
College of Health Sci. & Human Services            -                  -            -      0.0%
College of Science & Engineering                   -                  -            -      0.0%
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences            -                  -            -      0.0%

Doctoral Totals                                  399        360       237        996    100.0%



Term                                        Bachelors             Masters    Doctorals Composite
Fall                                          127,261                 8,252       399 135,912
Spring                                        120,635                 8,224       360 129,219
Summer                                         52,077                 5,093       237    57,407
Total                                         299,973               21,569        996   322,538
FTSE/Fall (UG 12 SCH)                          10,605 FALL (GR 9)     916.89     44.33 11,326.00
FTSE/Year (UG 30 SCH)                           9,999 YEAR (GR 24   898.71      41.50 10,751.27




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                    SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 2001
                                       BACHELOR LEVEL

                                                Fall     Spring       Summer     AY 2001   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                2000      2001         2001       Total    Total
College of Arts & Humanities

Department of Art
  Art                                            3,108        3,409     1,317      7,834     8.3%

Department of Communication
  Communication                                  3,356        2,876     1,133      7,365     7.8%

Department of English
  English                                       14,409       12,669     5,307     32,385    34.1%

Department of History & Philosophy
  French                                                                   63         63
  History                                        6,909        7,314     4,035     18,258    19.2%
  Honors Studies                                   143          154        15        312     0.3%
  Modern Languages & Literature                      0          138        51        189     0.2%
  Philosophy                                     2,481        2,883     1,386      6,750     7.1%
Sub-total                                        9,533       10,489     5,550     25,572    26.9%

Department of Modern Language
& Literature
   French                                          618          543        96      1,257     1.3%
   Spanish                                       4,902        3,948     1,656     10,506    11.1%
Sub-Total                                        5,520        4,491     1,752     11,763    12.4%

Department of Music
  Music                                          4,982        3,904     1,124     10,010    10.5%

College Total                                   40,908       37,838    16,183     94,929   100.0%




                                   College of Arts & Humanities
                                    Bachelor Level Production
Fall                                            40,908
Spring50,000              40,908
 # of Semester




                                                    37,838
                                                37,838
 Credit Hours




Summer40,000                                    16,183
           30,000                                                               16,183
           20,000
           10,000
                0
                           Fall                    Spring                       Summer
                                                  Semester




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                                      MASTER LEVEL

                                             Fall       Spring     Summer   AY 2001     % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area             2000        2001       2001     Total      Total

College of Arts & Humanities

Department of Art
  Art                                           105         87         63       255      18.8%

Department of Communication
  Communication                                 117        150         45       312      23.0%

Department of English
  English                                       117        141          6       264      19.4%

Department of History & Philosophy
  History                                        90         84          6       180      13.3%

Department of Modern Language
& Literature
   Spanish                                      105        147         81       333      24.5%

Department of Music
  Music                                             7        5          2          14     1.0%

College Total                                   541        614        203     1,358     100.0%


                                     College of Arts & Humanities
Fall                                             541
                                       Master Level Production
Spring                                          614
Summer800                                         614
                                                203
 # of Semester




                             541
 Credit Hours




                 600
                 400
                                                                             203
                 200
                  0
                             Fall                Spring                     Summer
                                               Semester




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                                           BACHELOR LEVEL

                                                   Fall      Spring     Summer    AY 2001    % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                   2000       2001       2001      Total     Total

College of Business Administration

Department of Accounting & Business Law
  Accounting                                         2,414      2,180     1,220      5,814    15.8%
  Business Law                                         510        561       174      1,245     3.4%
Sub-total                                            2,924      2,741     1,394      7,059    19.2%

Department of Economics, Finance
& General Business
   Economics                                         2,274      2,292       768      5,334    14.5%
   Finance                                             942        954       552      2,448     6.6%
   General Business                                      -          -         -          -     0.0%
Sub-total                                            3,216      3,246     1,320      7,782    21.1%

Department of Management, Marketing
& International Business
   Management                                        2,889      2,994     1,287      7,170    19.5%
   Marketing                                           897        876       399      2,172     5.9%
   International Business                              360        666       405      1,431     3.9%
Sub-total                                            4,146      4,536     2,091     10,773    29.2%

Department of Quantitative Methods &
Information Systems
   Computer Information Systems                      3,789      2,944     1,228      7,961    21.6%
   Information Systems & Quan. Methods                                                   -     0.0%
    Management                                       1,272      1,179       807      3,258     8.8%
Sub-total                                            5,061      4,123     2,035     11,219    30.5%

College Total                                       15,347    14,646      6,840     36,833   100.0%


                                        College of Business Administration
                                             Bachelor Level Production
Fall                                                15,347
                 17,500        15,347                   14,646
Spring                                              14,646
  #of Semester
  Credit Hours




                 15,000
Summer           12,500                             6,840
                 10,000                                                            6,840
                  7,500
                  5,000
                  2,500
                      -

                                Fall                  Spring                      Summer
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                                          MASTER LEVEL

                                                 Fall         Spring     Summer   AY 2001     % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                 2000          2001       2001     Total      Total

College of Business Administration

Department of Accounting & Business Law
  Accounting                                        222          150         36         408    14.0%

Department of Economics, Finance
& General Business
   Economics                                         24          177         72         273     9.4%
   Finance                                          102            -        108         210     7.2%
   General Business                                                -          0           -     0.0%
Sub-total                                           126          177        180         483    16.6%

Department of Management, Marketing
& International Business
   Management                                       483          429        102      1,014     34.8%
   Marketing                                        171          189          3        363     12.4%
   International Business                                         51         24         75      2.6%
Sub-total                                           654          669        129      1,452     49.8%

Department of Quantitative Methods &
Information Systems
   Information Systems & Quan. Methods              201           42         27         270     9.3%
   Management Information Systems                    66          138         99         303    10.4%
   Management                                                                             -     0.0%
Sub-total                                           267          180        126         573    19.7%

College Total                                     1,269         1,176       471      2,916    100.0%



Fall                                 College of Business Administration
                                                   1,269
Spring                                             1,176
                                          Master Level Production
Summer            300         267                   471
  # of Semester
  Credit Hours




                  250
                  200
                                                        195
                  150
                  100                                                              54
                   50
                    0

                              Fall                  Spring                        Summer
                                                  Semester




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                                         DOCTORAL LEVEL

Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                 2000          2001      2001        Total      Total

College of Business Administration

Department of Accounting & Business Law
  Accounting                                            9                       3          12     2.3%

Department of Economics, Finance
& General Business
   Economics                                          -                                     -     0.0%
   Finance                                            -           15                       15     2.9%
   General Business                                  75                     30            105    20.0%
Sub-total                                            75           15        33            132    25.1%

Department of Management, Marketing
& International Business
   Management                                        51           48                       99    18.9%
   Marketing                                                      12                       12     2.3%
   International Business                            78           63        18            159    30.3%
Sub-total                                           129          123        18            270    51.4%

Department of Quantitative Methods &
Information Systems
   Information Systems & Quan. Methods               54           57                      111    21.1%
   Management Information Systems                     -                                     -     0.0%
   Management                                         -                                     -     0.0%
Sub-total                                            54           57            -         111    21.1%

College Total                                       267          195        54            525   100.0%



Fall                                 College of Business Administration
                                                     267
Spring                                               195
                                          Doctoral Level Production
Summer            300         267                    54
  # of Semester
  Credit Hours




                  250
                  200
                                                        195
                  150
                  100                                                                54
                   50
                    0

                              Fall                  Spring                          Summer
                                                  Semester




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                                              BACHELOR LEVEL

                                                       Fall     Spring       Summer    AY 2001   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                       2000      2001         2001      Total    Total
College of Education

Department Curriculum & Instruction
Elementary & Secondary
   Education- C& I-Elem. & Sec                          4,428        3,048     1,611     9,087    23.4%
   Alternative Certification                            1,887        2,088     1,137     5,112    13.2%
   Bilingual Education                                                 984     1,152     2,136     5.5%
   Education Early Childhood                              939          876       618     2,433     6.3%
   Reading                                              1,032        1,419     1,218     3,669     9.5%
Sub-total                                               8,286        8,415     5,736    22,437    57.8%

Department of Educational Psychology
   Education Psychology                                 1,044           72               1,116     2.9%
   Special Educational                                                 936      723      1,659     4.3%
Sub-total                                               1,044        1,008      723      2,775     7.2%

Department of Health and
Kinesiology
   Educational Kinesiology                                102           51        42       195     0.5%
   Health                                                 798          729       450     1,977     5.1%
   Kinesiology                                          4,105        4,936     2,379    11,420    29.4%
Sub-total                                               5,005        5,716     2,871    13,592    35.0%



College Total                                          14,335    15,139        9,330    38,804   100.0%


                                              College of Education
Fall
                                            Bachelor Level Production
                                                       14,335
Spring                                                 15,139
                                                            15,139
Summer
       16,000                      14,335               9,330
 # of Semester Credit




                        14,000
                        12,000
                        10,000                                                          9,330
        Hours




                         8,000
                         6,000
                         4,000
                         2,000
                             -
                                    Fall                   Spring                      Summer
                                                          Semester




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                                             MASTER LEVEL

                                                    Fall       Spring     Summer    AY 2001   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                    2000        2001       2001      Total    Total

College of Education
                                                                  159                   159     1.5%
                                                                   96                    96     0.9%
Sub-total                                                  -      255           -       255     2.4%

Department Curriculum & Instruction
Elementary & Secondary                                 189
   Education                                           174        195        168        537     5.0%
   Bilingual Education                                 126         66        210        402     3.7%
   Reading                                             267        249        231        747     6.9%
Sub-total                                              756        510        609      1,686    15.6%

Department of Educational Psychology
   Education Psychology                              1,762       1,719      1,806     5,287    49.0%

Department of Health and
Kinesiology
   Kinesiology                                          45         96         15        156     1.4%
Sub-total                                               45         96         15        156     1.4%

Department of School Administration
& Supervision
   Education                                            12           3                   15     0.1%
   Educational Administration                        1,326       1,191       870      3,387    31.4%
Sub-total                                            1,338       1,194       870      3,402    31.5%

College Total                                        3,901       3,774      3,300    10,786   100.0%

                                            College of Education
                                           Master Level Production

Fall   4,000                       3,901             3,901
Spring 3,900                                             3,774
                                                     3,774
 # of Semester Credit




Summer 3,800                                         3,300
                        3,700
                        3,600
        Hours




                        3,500
                        3,400                                                        3,300
                        3,300
                        3,200
                        3,100
                        3,000
                        2,900
                                   Fall                 Spring                      Summer
                                                       Semester




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                                      DOCTORAL LEVEL

                                              Fall       Spring     Summer   AY 2001   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area              2000        2001       2001     Total    Total

College of Education

Department of School Administration
& Supervision
   Education                                       -                               -     0.0%
   Educational Administration                    132        165        183       480   100.0%
Sub-total                                        132        165        183       480   100.0%

College Total                                    132        165        183       480   100.0%




                                     College of Education
Fall                               Doctoral Level 132
                                                  Production
Spring 250                                       165
Summer                                           183                          183
 # of Semester
 Credit Hours




       200                                       165
             150          132
             100

                 50

                  -

                           Fall                 Spring                       Summer
                                               Semester




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                                         BACHELOR LEVEL

                                                  Fall       Spring      Summer    AY 2001   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                  2000        2001        2001      Total    Total

College of Health Sciences & Human Services
   Allied Health                                    312                                312     1.8%

Department of Communication Science and
  Disorders
     Communication Disorders                       1,524         1,494      159      3,177    18.2%

Department of Nursing
     Nursing                                       1,505         1,654      275      3,434    19.6%

Department of Social Work
  Social Work                                      1,041         1,116      375      2,532    14.5%



Clinical Laboratory Sciences Program
     Clinical Laboratory Sciences                   554           295        63        912     5.2%

Coordinated Program in Dietetics
  Dietetics                                         695           750        96      1,541     8.8%
  HRP                                                 0           267         0        267     1.5%

Rehabilitative Services Program
  Rehabilitative Services                           750           739       159      1,648     9.4%
  Physician Assistance Program                      812           677       606      2,095    12.0%
  Occupational Therapy                              605           557       411      1,573     9.0%

College Total                                      7,798         7,549     2,144    17,491   100.0%


                                 College of Health Sciences & Human Services
Fall                                                 7,798
                                           Bachelor Level Production
Spring                                             7,549
Summer 9,000                                       2,144
                                7,798
       8,000                                             7,549
  # of Semester Credit




       7,000
       6,000
         Hours




       5,000
       4,000
       3,000                                                                       2,144
       2,000
       1,000
           0
                                 Fall                 Spring                       Summer
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                                              MASTER LEVEL

                                                     Fall       Spring       Summer    AY 2001   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                     2000        2001         2001      Total    Total

College of Health Sciences & Human Sciences

Department of Communication Science and
  Disorders
  Communication Disorders                               270           261       267        798    26.1%

Department of Nursing
  Nursing                                               275           255       174        704    23.0%

Department of Social Work
  Social Work                                           264           276        84        624    20.4%

Department of Rehabilitative Services
  Rehabilitative Services                               411           372       150        933    30.5%

College Total                                          1,220         1,164      675      3,059   100.0%


                                 College of Health Sciences & Human Services
Fall                                                    1,220
                                            Master Level Production
Spring                                                 1,164
       1,400
Summer                           1,220                1,164
                                                        675
                         1,200
  # of Semester Credit




                         1,000

                          800
         Hours




                                                                                  675
                          600

                          400

                          200

                            0
                                     Fall                   Spring                    Summer
                                                        Semester




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                                      BACHELOR LEVEL

                                               Fall     Spring     Summer      AY 2001    % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area               2000      2001       2001        Total     Total

College of Science & Engineering

Department of Biology
  Biology                                       8,295     7,990        2,482     18,767    26.0%

Department of Chemistry
  Chemistry                                     2,794     2,861        1,175      6,830     9.4%

Department of Computer Science
  Computer Science                              2,964     2,567         919       6,450     8.9%

Department of Engineering
  Engineering                                     435       319          29         783     1.1%
  Electrical Engineering                        1,165     1,146         201       2,512     3.5%
  Manufacturing Engineering                       318       414           6         738     1.0%
  Mechanical Engineering                        1,110       992         258       2,360     3.3%
Sub-total                                       3,028     2,871         494       6,393     8.8%

Department of Mathematics
  Math                                         11,211    10,019        4,263     25,493    35.3%
  Statistics                                      192       231          156        579     0.8%
Sub-total                                      11,403    10,250        4,419     26,072    36.1%

Department Physics & Geology
  Astronomy                                       244       228                     472     0.7%
  Geography                                       165       291          93         549     0.8%
  Geology                                         284       277                     561     0.8%
  Physics                                       1,334     1,032          425      2,791     3.9%
  Physical Science                              1,340     1,428          664      3,432     4.7%
Sub-total                                       3,367     3,256        1,182      7,805    10.8%

College Total                                  31,851    29,795     10,671       72,317   100.0%

                                    College of Science & Engineering
Fall                                             Level
                                        Bachelor31,851 Production
            37,500            31,851
Spring                                               29,795
                                                29,795
 Credit Hours




            30,000
  Semester




Summer                                         10,671
            22,500
     # of




            15,000                                                             10,671
             7,500
                 0
                               Fall                 Spring                     Summer
                                                   Semester




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                                               MASTER LEVEL

                                                      Fall        Spring     Summer    AY 2001      % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                      2000         2001       2001      Total       Total

College of Science & Engineering

Department of Biology
  Biology                                               135          174         18          327     25.4%
  Science, Interdisciplinary                              -                      93           93      7.2%
Sub-total                                               135          174        111          420     32.6%

Department of Chemistry
  Chemistry                                              -             3                       3      0.2%

Department of Mathematics
  Math                                                  108          129         39          276     21.4%
Sub-total                                               108          129         39          276     21.4%

Department Physics & Geology
  Physics                                                    56       28          0           84      6.5%

School of Engineering & Science
Department of Computer Science
  Computer Science                                      251          270         36          557     43.2%

Department of Engineering
  Electrical Engineering                                 42           75         15          132     10.2%
  Manufacturing Engineering                             117          106         27          250     19.4%
  Mechanical Engineering                                 42           54         27          123      9.5%
School Sub-total                                        452          505         69          505     39.2%

College Total                                          1,002         839        219         1,288   143.2%

Fall                                       College of Science & Engineering
                                                        1,002
Spring                                          Master Level Production
                                                          839
Summer                                                  219
                        900                              839
 # of Semester Credit




                        750
                        600
        Hours




                        450
                        300                                                           219

                        150
                        -
                                    Fall               Spring                     Summer
                                                      Semester




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                                                          BACHELOR LEVEL

                                                                   Fall     Spring      Summer    AY 2001   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                                   2000      2001        2001      Total    Total

College of Social & Behavioral Sciences

Department of Criminal Justice
  Criminal Justice                                                  2,096       1,766      915      4,777    12.1%

Department of Military Science
  ROTC-ARMY                                                           264        202        44        510     1.3%

Department of Political Science
  Political Science                                                 5,299       5,633     2,790    13,722    34.8%

Department of Psychology & Anthropology
  Anthropology                                                      1,515       1,287       299     3,101     7.9%
  Psychology                                                        4,943       4,401     1,751    11,095    28.1%
Sub-total                                                           6,458       5,688     2,050    14,196    36.0%

Department of Sociology
  Sociology                                                         2,709       2,253       957     5,919    15.0%
   Soci                                                                           123       216       339     0.9%
Sub-total                                                           2,709       2,376     1,173     6,258    15.9%

College Total                                                      16,826      15,665     6,972    39,463    99.1%


                                                    College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Fall
                                                          Bachelor 16,826 Production
                                                                    Level
Spring                                                             15,665
     18,000
Summer                                      16,826                  6,972
                                                                      15,665
                              16,000
 # of Semester Credit Hours




                              14,000
                              12,000
                              10,000
                               8,000                                                              6,972

                               6,000
                               4,000
                               2,000
                                  0
                                             Fall                     Spring                      Summer
                                                                     Semester




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                                        MASTER LEVEL

                                               Fall        Spring    Summer    AY 2001   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area               2000         2001      2001      Total    Total

College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Department of Criminal Justice
  Criminal Justice                                105          111                 216    15.3%

Department of Political Science
  Political Science                               120            0       12        132     9.3%
  PUB                                               0          147       18        165    11.7%
Sub-total                                         120          147       30        297    21.0%

Department of Psychology & Anthropology
  Anthropology                                     12           15        9         36     2.5%
  Psychology                                      267          300       63        630    44.5%
Sub-total                                         279          315       72        666    47.0%

Department of Sociology
  Sociology                                        66            0        0         66     4.7%
  Soci                                              0           84       87        171    12.1%
Sub-total                                          66           84       87        237    16.7%

College Total                                     570          657      189      1,416   100.0%


                                   College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
                                          Master Level Production
      1,000
  # of Semester
  Credit Hours




Fall    800                                       570
                                                    657                         657
                          570
Spring 600                                        657
Summer 400                                        657
        200
          0
                          Fall                        Spring                   Summer
                                                  Semester


College Total                                        0           0         0         0     0.0%
Bachelor Total                                 127,065     120,632    52,140   299,837    92.9%
Master Total                                     8,503       8,224     5,057    21,784     6.8%
Doctoral Total                                     399         360       237       996     0.3%
University Total                               135,967     129,216    57,434   322,617   100.0%




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                  TOTAL SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 2001
                                           Total Bachelors Semester Credit Hour
                                                  Production for AY 2001
                               127,065
  # of Semester
  Credit Hours
            150,000                                     120,632
            100,000
                                                                                52,140
                 50,000
                       0
                                 Fall                    Spring                 Summer
                                                       Semester


                                      Total Masters Semester Credit Hour
                                            Production for AY 2001
                    10,000      8,503
                                                      8,224
  # of Semester




                     8,000
  Credit Hours




                     6,000                                                      5,057
                     4,000
                     2,000
                           0
                                  Fall                   Spring                Summer
                                                      Semester


                                         Total Doctoral Semester Credit Hour
                                                Production for AY 2001
                    450         399
                    400                                  360
    # of Semester




                    350
    Credit Hours




                    300                                                          237
                    250
                    200
                    150
                    100
                     50
                      0
                                Fall                    Spring                 Summer
                                                      Semester


Fall                                                 135,967
                                          Total Semester Credit Hour
Spring                                                129,216
                                            Production for AY 2001
Summer                         135,967                57,434
                                                       129,216
 # of Semester




                  150,000
 Credit Hours




                  100,000
                                                                               57,434
                    50,000
                           0
                                  Fall                   Spring                Summer
                                                      Semester




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                SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 2002
                           BACHELORS LEVEL
                                               Fall     Spring     Summer    AY 2002    % of
Academic Unit                                  2001      2002       2002      Total     Total

College of Arts & Humanities                   45,568    42,009     22,636   110,213     33.5%
College of Business Administration             16,811    16,615      8,931    42,357     12.9%
College of Education                           14,193    13,703      8,837    36,733     11.2%
College of Health Sci. & Human Services         8,192     7,646      2,141    17,979      5.5%
College of Science & Engineering               32,932    31,778     13,593    78,303     23.8%
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences        17,850    16,854      9,064    43,768     13.3%

Bachelor Totals                               135,546   128,605     65,202   329,353    100.0%


                                    MASTERS LEVEL
                                               Fall     Spring     Summer    AY 2002    % of
Academic Unit                                  2001      2002       2002      Total     Total

College of Arts & Humanities                      689       711        186     1,586      7.0%
College of Business Administration              1,107       855        369     2,331     10.2%
College of Education                            4,054     3,888      3,569    11,511     50.5%
College of Health Sci. & Human Services         1,524     1,393        737     3,654     16.0%
College of Science & Engineering                  986       990        256     2,232      9.8%
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences           738       615        105     1,458      6.4%

Master Totals                                   9,098     8,452      5,222    22,772    100.0%


                                   DOCTORAL LEVEL
                                               Fall     Spring     Summer    AY 2002    % of
Academic Unit                                  2001      2002       2002      Total     Total

College of Arts & Humanities                       -          -        -           -       0.0%
College of Business Administration               219        168         36       423       1.9%
College of Education                             186        175       158        519       2.3%
College of Health Sci. & Human Services            -                  -            -       0.0%
College of Science & Engineering                   -                  -            -       0.0%
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences            -                  -            -       0.0%

Doctoral Totals                                  405        343       194        942    100.0%



Term                                        Bachelors             Masters    Doctorals Composite
Fall                                          135,546                 9,098       405 145,049
Spring                                        128,605                 8,452       343 137,400
Summer                                         65,202                 5,222       194    70,618
Total                                         329,353               22,772        942   353,067
FTSE/Fall (UG 12 SCH)                          11,296 FALL (GR 9)    1010.89     45.00 12,087.42
FTSE/Year (UG 30 SCH)                          10,978 YEAR (GR 24   948.83      39.25 11,768.90




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                    SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 2002
                                     BACHELOR LEVEL

                                              Fall     Spring     Summer     AY 2002   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area              2001      2002       2002       Total    Total
College of Arts & Humanities

Department of Art
  Art                                          3,577     3,612      1,623      8,812     8.0%

Department of Communication
  Communication                                3,659     3,789      2,037      9,485     8.6%

Department of English
  English                                     14,811    13,344      7,080     35,235    32.0%

Department of History & Philosophy
  History                                      7,887     8,232      5,412     21,531    19.5%
  Honors Studies                                  52       144         60        256     0.2%
  Philosophy                                   3,456     3,192      2,622      9,270     8.4%
Sub-total                                     11,395    11,568      8,094     31,057    28.2%

Department of Modern Language
& Literature
   French                                        768       555         87      1,410     1.3%
   Modern Languages & Literature                 270       267         36        573     0.5%
   Spanish                                     5,574     4,743      2,340     12,657    11.5%
Sub-Total                                      6,612     5,565      2,463     14,640    13.3%

Department of Music
  Music                                        5,514     4,131      1,339     10,984    10.0%

College Total                                 45,568    42,009     22,636    110,213   100.0%




                                 College of Arts & Humanities
                                  Bachelor Level Production
Fall                      45,568               45,568
                                                   42,009
Spring50,000
 # of Semester




                                              42,009
 Credit Hours




Summer40,000                                  22,636
           30,000                                                           22,636
           20,000
           10,000
                0
                           Fall                  Spring                     Summer
                                                Semester




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                                      MASTER LEVEL

                                             Fall     Spring     Summer   AY 2002     % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area             2001      2002       2002     Total      Total

College of Arts & Humanities

Department of Art
  Art                                           135       129        36        300     18.9%

Department of Communication
  Communication                                 153       183        30        366     23.1%

Department of English
  English                                       180       159        39        378     23.8%

Department of History & Philosophy
  History                                        75       102        48        225     14.2%

Department of Modern Language
& Literature
   Spanish                                      105       114         -        219     13.8%

Department of Music
  Music                                          41        24        33          98     6.2%

College Total                                   689       711       186     1,586     100.0%


                                     College of Arts & Humanities
Fall                                             689
                                       Master Level Production
Spring                                           711
                                                   711
                             689
Summer800                                       186
 # of Semester
 Credit Hours




                 600
                 400
                                                                           186
                 200
                  0
                             Fall                Spring                   Summer
                                               Semester




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                                           BACHELOR LEVEL

                                                   Fall      Spring     Summer    AY 2002    % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                   2001       2002       2002      Total     Total

College of Business Administration

Department of Accounting & Business Law
  Accounting                                         2,430      2,366     1,147      5,943    14.0%
  Business Law                                         567        558       183      1,308     3.1%
Sub-total                                            2,997      2,924     1,330      7,251    17.1%

Department of Economics, Finance
& General Business
   Economics                                         2,589      2,490       936      6,015    14.2%
   Finance                                           1,053      1,128       741      2,922     6.9%
   General Business                                      -          -         -          -     0.0%
Sub-total                                            3,642      3,618     1,677      8,937    21.1%

Department of Management, Marketing
& International Business
   Management                                        3,153      3,030     1,761      7,944    18.8%
   Marketing                                         1,074      1,242       582      2,898     6.8%
   International Business                              735        687       504      1,926     4.5%
Sub-total                                            4,962      4,959     2,847     12,768    30.1%

Department of Quantitative Methods &
Information Systems
   Computer Information Systems                      3,707      3,611     1,823      9,141    21.6%
   Information Systems & Quan. Methods               1,503      1,503     1,254      4,260    10.1%
    Management                                                                                 0.0%
Sub-total                                            5,210      5,114     3,077     13,401    31.6%

College Total                                       16,811    16,615      8,931     42,357   100.0%


                                        College of Business Administration
                                             Bachelor Level Production
Fall                                                16,811
                 20,000
Spring                         16,811                   16,615
                                                    16,615
  #of Semester
  Credit Hours




                 17,500
Summer           15,000
                 12,500
                                                    8,931                          8,931
                 10,000
                  7,500
                  5,000
                  2,500
                      -

                                Fall                  Spring                      Summer
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                                         MASTER LEVEL

                                               Fall         Spring     Summer   AY 2002       % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area               2001          2002       2002     Total        Total

College of Business Administration

Department of Accounting & Business Law
  Accounting                                     153           117         87          357     15.3%

Department of Economics, Finance
& General Business
   Economics                                      78           132                     210      9.0%
   Finance                                       171            21                     192      8.2%
   General Business                                              -                       -      0.0%
Sub-total                                        249           153          -          402     17.2%

Department of Management, Marketing
& International Business
   Management                                    450           306        174           930    39.9%
   Marketing                                      84            75                      159     6.8%
   International Business                                       51                       51     2.2%
Sub-total                                        534           432        174         1,140    48.9%

Department of Quantitative Methods &
Information Systems
   Information Systems & Quan. Methods            96            75         69          240     10.3%
   Management Information Systems                 75            78         39          192      8.2%
Sub-total                                        171           153        108          432     18.5%

College Total                                   1,107          855        369         2,331   100.0%

                                    College of Business Administration & Humanities
Fall                                            Master Level Production
 # of Semester
 Credit Hours




Spring 1,500             1,107
                                                      855
Summer1,000
                                                                                369
                 500
                   -
                          Fall                    Spring                    Summer
                                                Semester




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                                         DOCTORAL LEVEL

Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                 2001          2002       2002        Total      Total

College of Business Administration

Department of Accounting & Business Law
  Accounting                                                                                       0.0%

Department of Economics, Finance
& General Business
   Economics                                         51            9                        60    14.2%
   Finance                                           15            9                        24     5.7%
   General Business                                               69         30             99    23.4%
Sub-total                                            66           87         30            183    43.3%

Department of Management, Marketing
& International Business
   Management                                        24                                     24     5.7%
   Marketing                                          3           12                        15     3.5%
   International Business                            60           60             6         126    29.8%
Sub-total                                            87           72             6         165    39.0%

Department of Quantitative Methods &
Information Systems
   Information Systems & Quan. Methods               66               9                     75    17.7%
   Management Information Systems                                                                  0.0%
   Management                                                                                      0.0%
Sub-total                                            66               9          -          75    17.7%

College Total                                       219          168         36            423   100.0%



Fall                                 College of Business Administration
                                                     219
Spring                                               168
                                          Doctoral Level Production
Summer            250         219                    36
  # of Semester
  Credit Hours




                  200
                                                        168
                  150

                  100
                                                                                      36
                   50

                    0

                              Fall                  Spring                           Summer
                                                  Semester




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                                              BACHELOR LEVEL

                                                       Fall       Spring       Summer    AY 2002   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                       2001        2002         2002      Total    Total
College of Education

Department Curriculum & Instruction
Elementary & Secondary
   Education- C& I-Elem. & Sec                          3,276          3,255     1,494     8,025    21.8%
   Alternative Certification                            1,200          1,329       783     3,312     9.0%
   Bilingual Education                                  1,638          1,071       993     3,702    10.1%
   Education Early Childhood                            1,170            858       717     2,745     7.5%
   Reading                                                822          1,557     1,470     3,849    10.5%
Sub-total                                               8,106          8,070     5,457    21,633    58.9%

Department of Educational Psychology
   Education Psychology                                    90             99       48        237     0.6%
   Special Education                                      966            957      540      2,463     6.7%
Sub-total                                               1,056          1,056      588      2,700     7.4%

Department of Health and
Kinesiology
   Educational Kinesiology                                 63            495       258       816     2.2%
   Health                                                 768            729       228     1,725     4.7%
   Kinesiology                                          4,200          3,353     2,306     9,859    26.8%
Sub-total                                               5,031          4,577     2,792    12,400    33.8%



College Total                                          14,193      13,703        8,837    36,733   100.0%



                                              College of Education
Fall                                                   14,193
                                            Bachelor Level Production
Spring                                                 13,703
Summer 16,000                      14,193               8,837
                                                              13,703
 # of Semester Credit




                        14,000
                        12,000
                        10,000                                                            8,837
        Hours




                         8,000
                         6,000
                         4,000
                         2,000
                             -
                                    Fall                   Spring                        Summer
                                                          Semester




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                                              MASTER LEVEL

                                                     Fall       Spring       Summer    AY 2002      % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                     2001        2002         2002      Total       Total

College of Education
                                                                                                      0.0%
                                                                                                      0.0%
Sub-total                                                   -            -         -            -     0.0%

Department Curriculum & Instruction
Elementary & Secondary
   Education                                            339        474          294      1,107        9.6%
   Bilingual Education                                  102         84          189        375        3.3%
   Reading                                              318        231          156        705        6.1%
Sub-total                                               759        789          639      2,187       19.0%

Department of Educational Psychology
   Education Psychology                               1,864       1,842        1,841     5,547       48.2%

Department of Health and
Kinesiology
   Kinesiology                                          120         72           36        228        2.0%
Sub-total                                               120         72           36        228        2.0%

Department of School Administration
& Supervision
   Education                                            114       1,185        1,053     2,352       20.4%
   Educational Administration                         1,197                              1,197       10.4%
Sub-total                                             1,311       1,185        1,053     3,549       30.8%

College Total                                         4,054       3,888        3,569    11,511      100.0%

                                             College of Education
                                           Bachelor Level Production

Fall   4,100                       4,054              4,054
Spring 4,000                                          3,888
 # of Semester Credit




Summer                                                    3,888
                                                      3,569
                        3,900
                        3,800
        Hours




                        3,700
                        3,600                                                           3,569
                        3,500
                        3,400
                        3,300
                                   Fall                  Spring                        Summer
                                                        Semester




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                                      DOCTORAL LEVEL

                                              Fall       Spring     Summer   AY 2002   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area              2001        2002       2002     Total    Total

College of Education

Department of School Administration
& Supervision
   Education                                       -                               -     0.0%
   Educational Administration                    186        175        158       519   100.0%
Sub-total                                        186        175        158       519   100.0%

College Total                                    186        175        158       519   100.0%




                                     College of Education
Fall                               Doctoral Level 186
                                                  Production
Spring 250                                       175
Summer                    186                    158
 # of Semester




                                                  175
 Credit Hours




       200
                                                                              158
             150

             100

                 50

                  -

                           Fall                 Spring                       Summer
                                               Semester




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                         SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 2002
                                         BACHELOR LEVEL

                                                  Fall       Spring      Summer    AY 2002     % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                  2001        2002        2002      Total      Total

College of Health Sciences & Human Services
   Allied Health                                                                           -     0.0%

Department of Communication Science and
  Disorders
     Communication Disorders                       1,449         1,587               3,036      16.9%

Department of Nursing
     Nursing                                       1,700         1,520      244      3,464      19.3%

Department of Social Work
  Social Work                                      1,197         1,152      420      2,769      15.4%

Clinical Laboratory Sciences Program
     Clinical Laboratory Sciences                   556           395        93      1,044       5.8%

Coordinated Program in Dietetics
  Dietetics                                         744           792       159      1,695       9.4%
  HRP                                               282           234                  516       2.9%

Rehabilitative Services Program
  Rehabilitative Services                           636           657       129      1,422       7.9%

Physician Assistance Studies Program
  Physician Assistant                               792           717       664      2,173      12.1%

Occupational Therapy
     Occupational Therapist                         836           592       432      1,860      10.3%

College Total                                      8,192         7,646     2,141    17,979     100.0%


                                 College of Health Sciences & Human Services
Fall                                                 8,192
                                           Bachelor Level Production
Spring                                             7,646
Summer 9,000                    8,192              2,141
       8,000                                             7,646
  # of Semester Credit




       7,000
       6,000
         Hours




       5,000
       4,000
       3,000                                                                       2,141
       2,000
       1,000
           0
                                 Fall                 Spring                       Summer
                                                     Semester




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                            SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 2002
                                              MASTER LEVEL

                                                     Fall       Spring       Summer    AY 2002   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                     2001        2002         2002      Total    Total

College of Health Sciences & Human Sciences

Department of Communication Science and
  Disorders
  Communication Disorders                               387           342       327      1,056    28.9%

Department of Nursing
  Nursing                                               330           355       188        873    23.9%

Department of Social Work
  Social Work                                           390           405        66        861    23.6%

Department of Rehabilitative Services
  Rehabilitative Services                               417           291       156        864    23.6%

College Total                                          1,524         1,393      737      3,654   100.0%


                                 College of Health Sciences & Human Services
Fall                                                    1,524
                                            Master Level Production
Spring                                                 1,393
       1,800
Summer                                                   737
       1,600                     1,524                1,393
  # of Semester Credit




                         1,400
                         1,200
         Hours




                         1,000
                          800                                                     737
                          600
                          400
                          200
                            0
                                     Fall                   Spring                    Summer
                                                        Semester




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                SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 2002
                                      BACHELOR LEVEL

                                               Fall     Spring     Summer      AY 2002    % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area               2001      2002       2002        Total     Total

College of Science & Engineering

Department of Biology
  Biology                                       9,106     8,482        3,213     20,801    26.6%

Department of Chemistry
  Chemistry                                     2,869     3,041        1,475      7,385     9.4%

Department of Computer Science
  Computer Science                              2,702     2,460         483       5,645     7.2%

Department of Engineering
  Engineering                                   1,344     1,208         265       2,817     3.6%
  Electrical Engineering                          376       386          28         790     1.0%
  Manufacturing Engineering                       340       462          75         877     1.1%
  Mechanical Engineering                          975     1,172         195       2,342     3.0%
Sub-total                                       3,035     3,228         563       6,826     8.7%

Department of Mathematics
  Math                                         11,696    10,555        5,876     28,127    35.9%
  Statistics                                      171       360          156        687     0.9%
Sub-total                                      11,867    10,915        6,032     28,814    36.8%

Department Physics & Geology
  Astronomy                                       244       228          -          472     0.6%
  Geography                                       189       273           63        525     0.7%
  Geology                                         299       296            3        598     0.8%
  Physics                                       1,275     1,133          877      3,285     4.2%
  Physical Science                              1,346     1,722          884      3,952     5.0%
Sub-total                                       3,353     3,652        1,827      8,832    11.3%

College Total                                  32,932    31,778     13,593       78,303   100.0%

                                    College of Science & Engineering
Fall                                             Level
                                        Bachelor32,932 Production
                              32,932                 31,778
Spring 37,500                                   31,778
 Credit Hours




Summer 30,000
  Semester




                                               13,593
            22,500
     # of




                                                                               13,593
            15,000
             7,500
                 0
                               Fall                 Spring                     Summer
                                                   Semester




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                              SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 2002
                                               MASTER LEVEL

                                                      Fall    Spring     Summer      AY 2002      % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                      2001     2002       2002        Total       Total

College of Science & Engineering

Department of Biology
  Biology                                               158       180          18          356     15.9%
  Science, Interdisciplinary                                                  114          114      5.1%
Sub-total                                               158       180         132          470     21.1%

Department of Chemistry
  Chemistry                                                         9                        9      0.4%

Department of Mathematics
  Math                                                   88        84          34          206      9.2%
Sub-total                                                88        93          34          215      9.6%



School of Engineering & Science
Department of Computer Science
  Computer Science                                      368       371           9          748     33.5%

Department Physics & Geology
  Physics                                                48        76                      124      5.6%

Department of Engineering
  Electrical Engineering                                114       117          42           273    12.2%
  Manufacturing Engineering                             162       111          27           300    13.4%
  Mechanical Engineering                                 48        42          12           102     4.6%
School Sub-total                                        740       717          90         1,547    69.3%

College Total                                           986       990         256         2,232   100.0%

Fall                                       College of Science & Engineering
                                                          986
Spring                                          Master Level Production
                                                          990
Summer                                                  256
                        900
 # of Semester Credit




                        750
                        600
        Hours




                        450
                                                                                    256
                        300
                        150
                        -
                                    Fall               Spring                   Summer
                                                      Semester




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                                                          BACHELOR LEVEL

                                                                   Fall     Spring      Summer    AY 2002   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area                                   2001      2002        2002      Total    Total

College of Social & Behavioral Sciences

Department of Criminal Justice
  Criminal Justice                                                  2,596       2,351     1,251     6,198    14.2%

Department of Military Science
  ROTC-ARMY                                                           174        186        30        390     0.9%

Department of Political Science
  Political Science                                                 5,962       6,140     3,441    15,543    35.5%

Department of Psychology & Anthropology
  Anthropology                                                      1,503       1,497       406     3,406     7.8%
  Psychology                                                        5,122       3,827     2,277    11,226    25.6%
Sub-total                                                           6,625       5,324     2,683    14,632    84.0%

Department of Sociology
  Sociology                                                         2,445       2,853     1,440     6,738    15.4%
   Soci                                                                48                   219       267     0.6%
Sub-total                                                           2,493       2,853     1,659     7,005    16.0%

College Total                                                      17,850      16,854     9,064    43,768   100.0%


                                                    College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Fall
                                                          Bachelor 17,850 Production
                                                                    Level
Spring                                                             16,854
     20,000
Summer                                      17,850                  9,064
                              18,000                                  16,854
 # of Semester Credit Hours




                              16,000
                              14,000
                              12,000
                                                                                                  9,064
                              10,000
                               8,000
                               6,000
                               4,000
                               2,000
                                  0
                                             Fall                     Spring                      Summer
                                                                     Semester




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                    SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 2002
                                        MASTER LEVEL

                                               Fall        Spring     Summer    AY 2002   % of
Academic Unit/Major/Subject Area               2001         2002       2002      Total    Total

College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Department of Criminal Justice
  Criminal Justice                                102           93                  195    13.4%

Department of Political Science
  Political Science                                15                      6         21     1.4%
  Public Administration                           135           87        48        270    18.5%
Sub-total                                         252          180        54        291    20.0%

Department of Psychology & Anthropology
  Anthropology                                     42           54        21        117     8.0%
  Psychology                                      273          273        18        564    38.7%
Sub-total                                         315          327        39        681    46.7%

Department of Sociology
  Sociology                                       171          108        12        291    20.0%

Sub-total                                         171          108        12        291    20.0%

College Total                                     738          615       105      1,458   100.0%


                                   College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
                                          Master Level Production
      1,000
  # of Semester
  Credit Hours




                          738
Fall    800                                       738                            615
                                                    615
Spring 600                                        615
Summer 400                                        615
              200
                0
                          Fall                        Spring                    Summer
                                                  Semester


College Total                                        0           0          0         0     0.0%
Bachelor Total                                 135,546     128,605     65,202   329,353    93.3%
Master Total                                     9,098       8,452      5,222    22,772     6.4%
Doctoral Total                                     405         343        194       942     0.3%
University Total                               145,049     137,400     70,618   353,067   100.0%




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                  TOTAL SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTION AY 2002
                                            Total Bachelors Semester Credit Hour
                                                   Production for AY 2002
                               135,546
                                                        128,605
  # of Semester


            150,000
  Credit Hours


            100,000                                                             65,202
                 50,000

                       0
                                 Fall                    Spring                 Summer
                                                      Semester


                                         Total Masters Semester Credit Hour
                                 9,098         Production for AY 2002
                    10,000
                                                         8,452
  # of Semester




                     8,000
  Credit Hours




                     6,000                                                      5,222
                     4,000
                     2,000
                           0
                                  Fall                   Spring                Summer
                                                      Semester


                                         Total Doctoral Semester Credit Hour
                                                Production for AY 2002
                    450         405
                    400
                                                         343
    # of Semester




                    350
    Credit Hours




                    300
                    250                                                          194
                    200
                    150
                    100
                     50
                      0
                                Fall                    Spring                 Summer
                                                      Semester


Fall                                                 145,049
                                          Total Semester Credit Hour
Spring                                                137,400
                                            Production for AY 2002
Summer                                                70,618
 # of Semester




                  200,000
 Credit Hours




                                145,049
                                                       137,400
                  150,000
                  100,000                                                      70,618
                   50,000
                        0
                                  Fall                   Spring                Summer
                                                      Semester




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                                                GRADUATION

The following information was collected from the Student Information System. The SIS Database
is supervised and maintained by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and the Office of Admissions
and records.

The tables fall under three categories:

                   Historical graduation headcount by level since 1928

                   Graduation headcount by level and discipline

                   Graduation headcount by level, gender and ethnicity

Significant findings:

                   Overall graduation has increased to 2037 in AY 02, up 13.3% from the
                   previous year.


                   In terms of the growth in undergraduate degrees awarded between AY 01
                   and AY 02, the following colleges had a notable increases.
                   Academic Unit                                                                    %
                         College of Arts and Humanities                                            20%
                         College of Health Sciences and Human Services                             12%
                         College of Social and Behavioral                                          16%


                   The 6-year graduation rate for first-time full-time entering students
                   has increased from 21.6% in AY 1999 to 24.6% in AY 2002.


                   At the graduate level, the following colleges saw an increase in degrees
                   awarded between AY 01 and AY 02.
                   Academic Unit                                                                    %
                         College of Arts and Humanities                                            87%
                         College of Education                                                      10%
                         College of Health Sciences and Human Services                             51%
                         College of Science and Engineering                                        38%

                   Four Ph.D degrees awarded in International Business.
                   Six Ph.D degrees awarded in Education Administration.




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                                                    GRADUATION
                                               Degrees Issued Since 1928
  Month      Year                       Associate       Bachelors    Masters    Doctorate   All Degrees
Edinburg College 1927-1933
   June    1928                                     5         -            -          -                 5
   June      1929                                25           -            -          -             25
  August     1929                                   4         -            -                            4
   June      1930                                19           -            -          -             19
  August     1930                                   4         -            -          -                 4
   June      1931                                   8         -            -          -                 8
  August     1931                                   3         -            -          -                 3
   June      1932                                27           -            -          -             27
  August     1932                                   3         -            -          -                 3
   June      1933                                37           -            -          -             37
  August     1933                                   2         -            -          -                 2
Edinburg Junior College, September 1933-1948
   June      1934                                29           -            -          -             29
  August     1934                                   2         -            -          -                 2
   June      1935                                27           -            -          -             27
  August     1935                                   5         -            -          -                 5
   June      1936                                39           -            -          -             39
   June      1937                                44           -            -          -             44
  August     1937                                   1         -            -          -                 1
   June      1938                                35           -            -          -             35
  August     1938                                   1         -            -          -                 1
   June      1939                                50           -            -          -             50
  August     1939                                   1         -            -          -                 1
   June      1940                                63           -            -          -             63
  August     1940                                   1         -            -          -                 1
   June      1941                                51           -            -          -             51
  August     1941                                   4         -            -          -                 4
   June      1942                                52           -            -          -             52
  August     1942                                   3         -            -          -                 3
   June      1943                                30           -            -          -             30
  August     1943                                   3         -            -          -                 3
   June      1944                                14           -            -          -             14
   June      1945                                16           -            -          -             16
   June      1946                                12           -            -          -             12
   June      1947                                60           -            -          -             60
  August     1947                                   8         -            -          -                 8
   June     1948                                 39           -            -          -             39
Edinburg Regional College, 1948-1963
  August     1948                                20           -            -          -             20
   May       1949                                74           -            -          -             74
  August     1949                               -             -            -          -             -
   June      1950                                85           -            -          -             85
  August     1950                                   2         -            -          -                 2

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                                                 GRADUATION
                                            Degrees Issued Since 1928
  Month     Year                      Associate      Bachelors    Masters     Doctorate   All Degrees
   June     1951                              63           -            -           -             63
  August    1951                                 1         -            -           -                 1
   June     1952                              48           -            -           -             48
  August    1952                             -             -            -           -             -
   June     1953                              52           16           -           -             68
  August    1953                             -             40           -           -             40
   June     1954                              24           56           -           -             80
  August    1954                             -             31           -           -             31
   June     1955                              11           63           -           -             74
  August    1955                             -             46           -           -             46
   June     1956                                 4         62           -           -             66
  August    1956                                 2         56           -           -             58
   June     1957                             -             64           -           -             64
  August    1957                             -             58           -           -             58
   June     1958                             -             94           -           -             94
  August    1958                             -            100           -           -            100
   June     1959                             -             74           -           -             74
  August    1959                             -            106           -           -            106
   June     1960                             -             98           -           -             98
  August    1960                             -            125           -           -            125
   June     1961                             -             98           -           -             98
  August    1961                             -            113           -           -            113
   June     1962                             -            104           -           -            104
  August    1962                             -            105           -           -            105
   June     1963                             -            122           -           -            122
  August    1963                             -            125           -           -            125
Pan American College, September 1963-1971
   May      1964                             -            151           -           -            151
  August    1964                             -            125           -           -            125
   May      1965                             -            133           -           -            133
  August    1965                             -            119           -           -            119
   May      1966                             -            157           -           -            157
  August    1966                             -            136           -           -            136
   May      1967                             -            164           -           -            164
  August    1967                             -            129           -           -            129
  January   1968                             -             54           -           -             54
   May      1968                             -            149           -           -            149
  August    1968                             -            157           -           -            157
  January   1969                             -             70           -           -             70
   May      1969                             -            176           -           -            176
  August    1969                              15          204           -           -            219
  January   1970                             -             99           -           -             99
   May      1970                             -            241           -           -            241
  August    1970                                 7        207           -           -            214


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                                                   GRADUATION
                                            Degrees Issued Since 1928
  Month     Year                       Associate       Bachelors   Masters     Doctorate   All Degrees
 December   1970                               -            121         -            -            121
   May      1971                                   1        200         -            -            201
  August    1971                               25           243         -            -            268
Pan American University, September 1971-1989                                         -
 December   1971                               -            152         -            -            152
   May      1972                               -            233         -            -            233
  August    1972                               36           281         12           -            329
 December   1972                               -            197         16           -            213
   May      1973                               -            307         40           -            347
  August    1973                               42           312         126          -            480
 December   1973                               -            227         31           -            258
   May      1974                                   3        307         48           -            358
  August    1974                               34           312         151          -            497
 December   1974                               -            220         26           -            246
   May      1975                               36           303         53           -            392
  August    1975                                   3        311         125          -            439
 December   1975                               -            217         27           -            244
   May      1976                               43           348         75           -            466
  August    1976                                   3        310         135          -            448
 December   1976                               -            284         26           -            310
   May      1977                               39           338         58           -            435
  August    1977                                   8        323         165          -            496
 December   1977                                   2        305         56           -            363
   May      1978                               41           347         61           -            449
  August    1978                                   2        291         145          -            438
 December   1978                               -            241         37           -            278
   May      1979                               24           359         90           -            473
  August    1979                               -            283         151          -            434
 December   1979                               -            276         36           -            312
   May      1980                               36           328         83           -            447
  August    1980                                   1        262         140          -            403
 December   1980                               -            287         47           -            334
   May      1981                               40           303         75           -            418
  August    1981                                   1        247         145          -            393
 December   1981                               -            315         47           -            362
   May      1982                               39           295         59           -            393
  August    1982                               -            228         106          -            334
 December   1982                                   2        279         33           -            314
   May      1983                               36           329         56           -            421
  August    1983                                   1        224         105          -            330
 December   1983                               -            260         50           -            310
   May      1984                               46           335         45           -            426
  August    1984                                   1        231         81           -            313
 December   1984                               -            338         48           -            386


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                                                  GRADUATION
                                            Degrees Issued Since 1928
  Month      Year                      Associate      Bachelors   Masters      Doctorate     All Degrees
   May       1985                             53           289          44           -              386
  August     1985                             -            248          83           -              331
 December    1985                             -            330          73           -              403
   May       1986                             57           292          36           -              385
  August     1986                             -            185          89           -              274
 December    1986                             -            332          52           -              384
   May       1987                             64           331          43           -              438
  August     1987                                 2        248          55           -              305
 December    1987                                 3        265          32           -              300
   May       1988                             55           247          47           -              349
  August     1988                                 5        210          42           -              257
 December    1988                             -            289          34           -              323
   May       1989                             68           330          50           -              448
  August     1989                             -            281          57           -              338
University of Texas-Pan American, September 1989-Present
 December    1989                             -            361          51           -              412
   May       1990                             69           367          66           -              502
  August     1990                                 4        339          99           -              442
 December    1990                                 3        391          71           -              465
   May       1991                             79           416          55           -              550
  August     1991                                 5        340          58           -              403
 December    1991                                 1        285          47           -              333
   May       1992                             83           277          80           -              440
  August     1992                                 4        205          57           -              266
 December    1992                                 1        259          34           -              294
   May       1993                             81           330          66           -              477
  August     1993                             19           189          45           -              253
 December    1993                             -            388          39           -              427
   May       1994                             78           369          70           -              517
  August     1994                                 1        165          43           -              209
 December    1994                             -            428          67           -              495
   May       1995                             60           369          74           -              503
  August     1995                                 6        220          127          -              353
 December    1995                                 1        477          73           -              551
   May       1996                             53           466          62           -              581
  August     1996                                 5        238          59           -              302
 December    1996                             -             542          86          -              628
   May       1997                             40           392          106          -              538
  August     1997                             -             251          60          -              311
 December    1997                             -            514          68           -              582
   May       1998                             31           518          98               1          648
  August     1998                             -            305          84           -              389




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                                                                             GRADUATION
                                                                  Degrees Issued Since 1928


December             1998                                                -                     493                  84                     0                   577
  May                1999                                                29                    543                  117                    1                   690
  July               1999                                                -                       93                 20                     1                   114
 August              1999                                                -                     205                  72                     0                   277
December             1999                                                -                     509                  98                     1                   608
  May                2000                                                20                    568                  186                    5                   779
  July               2000                                                    1                   75                 23                     1                   100
 August              2000                                                -                     187                  105                    0                   292
December             2000                                                -                     515                  119                    3                   637
  May                2001                                                -                     612                  131                    4                   747
  July               2001                                                -                     116                  20                     1                   137
 August              2001                                                -                     188                  89                     0                   277
December             2001                                                -                     574                  145                    1                   720
  May                2002                                                                      714                  165                    6                   885
  July               2002                                                                        99                 10                                         109
 August              2002                                                                      210                  110                    3                   323
December             2002
 Total                                                            2,661                     35,115             6,886                      28                 43,373



                                                  Total Degrees Granted Since 1928
2000

1500

1000

 500

  0
       1928

              1932

                      1932

                             1936

                                    1940

                                           1944

                                                    1948

                                                           1952

                                                                  1956

                                                                             1960

                                                                                     1964

                                                                                              1968

                                                                                                      1972

                                                                                                             1976

                                                                                                                     1980

                                                                                                                            1984

                                                                                                                                   1988

                                                                                                                                               1992

                                                                                                                                                      1996

                                                                                                                                                               2000




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                                                                   GRADUATION
                                                             6 Year Graduation Analysis

                                                                                                     as of the end of Academic Year...
COMPLETION                                                                                                  1999            2000           2001           2002


Percent of ALL 1st-Time Full-Time Freshmen Graduates                                                       21.6%           23.8%          23.3%          24.6%
Percent of 1st-Time Full-Time WHITE Freshmen Graduating                                                    17.9%           15.1%          20.6%          25.0%
Percent of 1st-Time Full-Time HISPANIC Freshmen Graduating                                                 21.8%           22.1%          23.6%          24.5%
Percent of 1st-Time Full-Time BLACK Freshmen Graduating                                                    20.0%           0.0%            0.0%          0.0%
Percent of 1st-Time Full-Time OTHER Freshmen Graduating                                                    27.8%           44.4%          16.7%          47.1%
Percent of 1st-Time Full-Time MALE Freshmen Graduating                                                     16.9%           20.3%          17.5%          19.4%
Percent of 1st-Time Full-Time FEMALE Freshmen Graduating                                                   25.3%           26.4%          27.3%          29.0%
Note: The Base years used are Fall 1993, Fall 1994, Fall 1995 and Fall 1996 respectively.

Source : Performance Measures Report

   50.0%                                                                                    35.0%




   45.0%

                                                                                            30.0%


   40.0%



                                                                                            25.0%
   35.0%




   30.0%
                                                                                            20.0%



   25.0%


                                                                                            15.0%
   20.0%




   15.0%                                                                                    10.0%




   10.0%

                                                                                            5.0%

    5.0%




                                                                                            0.0%
    0.0%
               1999                2000               2001                 2002                                    Male                   Female


           White             Hispanic              Black              Other                         1999            2000           2001           2002




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                                                             GRADUATION
                                        BACHELOR Degrees Granted by Discipline

                                                                          AY                 AY                  AY                AY       AY
Academic Unit/Major                                     Degree           1998               1999                2000              2001     2002

Interdisciplinary Degrees
   Applied Arts & Sciences                                BAAS             -                  -                  -                  3
   Business Technology                                    BAAS             -                      1                                 2        2
   General Studies                                         BGS              2                -                    2                 1        1
   InterAmerican Studies                                    BA              1                -                    3                 2        1
   Interdisciplinary Studies                                BIS           375                320                295               270      344
     Total                                                                378                321                300               278      348

COLLEGE OF ARTS & HUMANITIES
Department of Art
  Art                                                   BA/BFA                 6               23                 27               17       20
Department of Communication
     Communication                                            BA               3                  1                  3            -
      Comm-Journalism                                         BA            20                 20                 22               27       17
      Comm-Speech Comm                                        BA            12                 19                 15               16       14
      Comm-Theater                                            BA               1                  6               12                  5     13
Department of English
  English                                                     BA            40                 45                 65               51       83
Department of History & Philosophy
    History                                                   BA            27                 23                 25               21       21
    Philosophy                                                BA               6                  4                  4                5      6
    Social Studies Composite                                  BA           -                  -                  -                    6
   Social Science                                             BA                                                                            24
Department of Modern Languages & Literature
    Spanish                                                   BA            48                 39                 41               41       31
Department of Music
    Music                                                     BA            11                 11                 11                  7      7
      COLLEGE TOTAL                                                       174                191                225               196      236

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Department of Accounting and Business Law
  Accounting                               BBA                                 61                 77                 51               63    43
Department of Finance, Economics, & General Bus.
  General Business                         BBA                               7                  6                     1
  Finance                                  BBA                              35                 21                    54               34    44
  Economics                             BA/BBA                               8                  6                     5               13     6
Department of Management, Marketing & Inter. Bus.
  Management                               BBA                              53                 34                 29               44       45
  Marketing                                BBA                              28                 31                 26               32       35
  International Business                   BBA                              33                 32                 34               39       59
Department of Quantiative Methods & Info. Sys.
  Computer Information Systems             BBA                              35                 22                 25                  35    34
      COLLEGE TOTAL                                                       260                229                225               260      266
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Student Information System - Direct Query. * Note: Degrees discontinued in 1991.
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                                                             GRADUATION
                                        BACHELOR Degrees Granted by Discipline
                                                                          AY                 AY                  AY                AY     AY
Academic Unit/Major                                     Degree           1998               1999                2000              2001   2002

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Department of Health and Kinesiology
  Health Education *                                          BS             7                 10                 10                7
  Kinesiology                                                 BS            67                 88                 79               89     86
  Recreation Administration                                   BS           -                  -                  -                -      -
      COLLEGE TOTAL                                                         74                 98                 89               96     86

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES AND
HUMAN SERVICES
Department of Communication Science and Disorders
  Communication Disorders                 BA       19                                          31                 25               31     37
Department of Health Sciences
             and Human Services
  Dietetics                               BS        4                                             5                  6             15     12
  Health Studies                          BA                                                                                               9
  Medical Technology                      BS      -                                           -                  -                 16      7
  Physician Assistant Studies             BS      -                                           -                  -                 21     26
  Rehabilitation Services                 BS       24                                          16                 25               37     20
  Occupational Therapist                                                                                                                  17
Department of Nursing Education
  Nursing                                BSN       44                                          54                 56               50     54
  Clinical Laboratory Sciences            BS        7                                           8                  8              -
Department of Social Work
    Social Work                                            BSW              48                 53                 43               43     57
      COLLEGE TOTAL                                                       146                167                163               213    239

COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Department of Biology
    Biology                                                   BS               44                 70                 90            91    103
Deparment of Chemistry
   Chemistry                                                  BS               4                  3                  11            10     13
Department of Mathematics
    Mathematics                                               BS               18                 28                 20            21     25
Department of Physics and Geology
    Physics                                                   BS           -                  -                  -                  2      1

School of Engineering & Computer Science
Department of Engineering
    Electrical Engineering                                BSEE                 17                 12                 21            20     26
    Manufacturing Engineering                           BSMFG                  5                  7                  11            13     10
    Mechanical Engineering                                BSME                 18                 20                 27            27     24
Department of Computer Science
    Computer Science                                          BS               17                 18                 17            22     36
       COLLEGE TOTAL                                                      123                158                197               206    238
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Student Information System - Direct Query. * Note: Degrees discontinued in 1991.
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                                                               GRADUATION
                                         BACHELOR Degrees Granted by Discipline
                                                                           AY                 AY        AY            AY         AY
Academic Unit/Major                                      Degree           1998               1999      2000          2001       2002
COLLEGE OF SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL
SCIENCES
Department of Criminal Justice
  Corrections                            BSCJ                               35                30        28            38          30
  Police Administration                  BSCJ                               42                48        32            35          40
Department of Political Science
  Political Science                        BA                               37                17        17            28          27
Department of Psychology and Anthropology
  Anthropology                             BA                                3                 8         6            11          13
  Psychology                            BA/BS                               55                49        49            52          58
Department of Sociology
  Sociology                                BA                               10                19        14            18         16
    COLLEGE TOTAL                                                          182               171       146           182        184

Bachelor Degree Totals                                                  1,337               1,335     1,345         1,431     1,597
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Student Information System - Direct Query

                                                                 # of Bachelor
                   1,700                                        Degrees Awarded
                                                                                                                              1,597

                   1,600
                                                                                                            1,431
    # of Degrees
      Awarded




                   1,500   1,337                      1,335                         1,345


                   1,400


                   1,300


                   1,200
                        1998                         1999                            2000                   2001              2002
                                                                          Academic Years

                                                              GRADUATION
                                           MASTER Degrees Granted by Discipline
                                                                           AY                 AY        AY            AY         AY
Academic Unit/Major                                      Degree           1998               1999      2000          2001       2002

Interdisciplinary Degrees
   Interdisciplinary Studies                       MAIS/MSIS               -                  -         -             -               1
     TOTAL                                                                 -                  -         -             -               1

COLLEGE OF ARTS & HUMANITIES
Department of Art
  Art                                                                      -                  -             2             4           2
Department of Communications
  Speech Communication                                         MA              7                  6         6             1           3
  Theater                                                      MA              1                  1                       2           2
Department of English
  English                                                      MA              1               8            5             3        5
  English as a Second Lang (ESL)                               MA              2              10            5                     14
Department of History & Philosophy
  History                                                      MA            3                 2         2             2           2
  Spanish                                                      MA            2                 6         4             4           2
    COLLEGE TOTAL                                                           16                33        24            16          30
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Student Information System - Direct Query




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                                           MASTER Degrees Granted by Discipline
                                                                           AY               AY       AY     AY       AY
Academic Unit/Major            Degree                                     1998             1999     2000   2001     2002
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Division of Graduate Studies
    Business Administration                                  MBA            44              35      104     65       67
     COLLEGE TOTAL                                                          44              35      104     65       67

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Department of Curriculum & Instruction
    Bilingual/Bicultural                                    MED                1               6      7        1        9
    Elementary Education                                    MED                4           -          2        9        4
    Early Childhood                                         MED                3               3      1        3
    Secondary Education                                     MED                1               7      5     15          3
    Reading                                                 MED                4               3     41     26       19

Department of Education Psychology
    Educational Diagnostician                               MED             13              16       16     14          5
    Gifted Education                                        MED              1               8        4      2        3
    Counseling and Guidance                                 MED             73              67       69     83       98
    General Special Education                               MED            -               -        -      -          3
    School Psychology                                       MED              3               6        3               7
Department Health and Kinesiology
   Kinesiology                                              MED                5           -          6        2        4
Physical Education                                          MED                                                         2

Department of School Administration
      and Supervision
    Education Administration                                MED             55              53       62     36       54
    Supervision                                             MED                4               4      1        2        2
COLLEGE TOTAL                                                              167             173      217    193      213

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES AND
HUMAN SERVICES
Department of Communication Science and Disorders
    Communication Disorders                                    MA              10              10     9        15       14
    Communication Disorders-                                   MA              6               14     5
       Bilingual/Bicultural
Department of Nursing Education
    Adult Health Nursing                                    MSN            -                   8      1
    Family Nurse Practioner                                    MA                                     4        7        15
Department of Rehabilitative Services
    Rehabilitative Counseling                                  MS          -               -          2        11       19
    Rehabilitative Services                                    MS          -                   3      6    -        -
    Social Work                                           MSSW             -               -         13        12       20
      COLLEGE TOTAL                                                            16              35    40        45       68
Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Student Information System - Direct Query
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                                                          GRADUATION
                                               MASTER Degrees Granted by Discipline
                                                                         AY            AY           AY         AY        AY
Academic Unit/Major                                     Degree          1998          1999         2000       2001      2002

COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Department of Biology
  Biology                                                  MS               3                2           4          5     6

Department of Mathematics
   Mathematics Sciences                                    MS           -                    3           4          1     3
   Mathematics Teaching                                    MS           -                -               1          1     1

School of Engineering & Science
Department of Computer Science
   Computer Science                                        MS           -                    5           6          7    15

Department of Engineering
   Electrical Concentration                                MS           -                -          -              1      1
   Manufacturing Concentration                             MS           -                -          -              5      6
   Mechanical Concentration                                MS           -                -          -              4      1

    COLLEGE TOTAL                                                           3                10         15         24    33

COLLEGE OF SOCIAL AND
BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE


Department of Criminal Justice
   Criminal Justice                                                     -                -               5          0
   Police Administration                                                -                -               0          3     4
Department of Political Science
  Psychology                                                                1            -          -               1
  Public Administration                   MPA                               2                4           5          4     5
Department of Psychology and Anthropology
  Experiment Psychology                    MA                           -                    0           1          0
  Clinical Psychology                      MA                               1                4           3          8     7
Department of Sociology
  Sociology                                MS                               1                0           3                2
    COLLEGE TOTAL                                                           5                8      17             16    18
 Master Degree Totals                                                   251           294          417        359       430


                                                        # of Master Degrees Awarded


                                         500
                                         450                                                                 430
                  # of Degrees Awarded




                                         400                                       417
                                                                 294                              359
                                         350      251
                                         300
                                         250
                                         200
                                         150
                                         100
                                          50
                                         -
                                                1998             1999              2000           2001        2002
                                                                                Academic Year




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                                                  DOCTORAL Degrees Granted by Discipline
                                                                      AY                 AY      AY      AY              AY
Academic Unit/Major                                       Degree     1998               1999    2000    2001            2002

DOCTORAL DEGREES

COLLEGE OF ARTS & HUMANITIES

    COLLEGE TOTAL                                                     -                 -       -       -               -

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Division of Graduate Studies
  International Business Mgmt.                               PHD          1                 2       7       5               4
   COLLEGE TOTAL                                                          1                 2       7       5               4

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Department of Curriculum & Instruction
   Education Admistration                                    PHD      -                 -       -           3               6

COLLEGE TOTAL                                                         -                 -       -           3               6

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES AND
HUMAN SERVICES

    COLLEGE TOTAL                                                     -                 -       -       -               -

COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

    COLLEGE TOTAL                                                     -                 -       -       -               -

COLLEGE OF SOCIAL AND
BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE

    COLLEGE TOTAL                                                     -                 -       -       -               -

 Doctoral Degree Totals                                                   1                 2       7       8            10


                                                          # of Doctoral Degrees Awarded


                                        12
                                        11                                                                      10
                                        10
                # of Degrees Awarded




                                         9                                                          8
                                                                                  7
                                         8
                                         7                    2
                                         6    1
                                         5
                                         4
                                         3
                                         2
                                         1
                                       -
                                          1998              1999                 2000           2001             2002
                                                                              Academic Year




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                                            AY         AY             AY                AY         AY
                                           1998       1999           2000              2001       2002
UNIVERSITY TOTALS
  ASSOCIATE'S DEGREES                         31           29             21               -          -
  BACHELOR'S DEGREES                       1,337        1,335          1,345             1,431      1,597
  MASTER'S DEGREES                           251          294            417               359        430
  DOCTORAL'S DEGREES                           1            2              7                 8         10
  TOTAL                                    1,620        1,660          1,790             1,798      2,037

  3,500                           ASSOCI     31             29             21                 0       -
                                  BACHEL 1,337          1,335          1,345             1,431      1,597
              1                   MASTER    251            294            417               359       430
  3,000      251
                                  DOCTO      1              2              7                 8         10
  2,500
             1,337
                                                                                    DOCTORAL'S DEGREES
  2,000               2                                10
                     294                                                            MASTER'S DEGREES
                                  7          8         430
                                  417       359                                     BACHELOR'S DEGREES
  1,500
                                                                                    ASSOCIATE'S DEGREES
                     1,335
  1,000
                                           1,431      1,597
                                 1,345
   500

    -

             1998    1999       2000       2001       2002


                                         GRADUATION
                        Degrees Awarded by Gender and Ethnicity
BACHELOR                                     AY           AY             AY                AY          AY
                                            1998         1999           2000              2001       2002
MALE                                        522          478            528               545         582
FEMALE                                      846          886            838               886       1,015
  WHITE                                      138          103             96               119        118
  BLACK                                        6            9              4                11          4
  HISPANIC                                 1,187        1,222          1,227             1,238      1,375
  OTHER                                       37           30             39                63        100
  TOTAL                                    1,368        1,364          1,366             1,431      1,597
MASTER                                       AY           AY             AY                AY           AY
                                            1998         1999           2000              2001         2002
MALE                                         89           93            135               110          130
FEMALE                                      162          201            282               249          300
  WHITE                                       52             76          81                62           39
  BLACK                                        1                          1                 3            1
  HISPANIC                                   177         205            295               265          338
  OTHER                                       21          13             40                29           52
  TOTAL                                      251         294            417               359          430

DOCTORAL                                     AY           AY             AY                AY           AY
                                            1998         1999           2000              2001         2002
MALE                                         -              2             5                 7            5
FEMALE                                         1          -               2                 1            5
  WHITE                                           1          -                  1             3           1
  BLACK                                      -               -              -                             1
  HISPANIC                                   -                   1              1             3           5
  OTHER                                      -                   1              5             2           3
  TOTAL                                           1              2              7             8          10




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                                                  1,800                          Bachelor Degrees Awarded
                                                  1,600

                           # of Degrees Awarded   1,400

                                                  1,200                                                                           1,015

                                                  1,000                                                                   886
                                                                          886                    838
                                                            846
                                                   800

                                                   600

                                                   400
                                                                                                                          545      582
                                                            522           478                    528
                                                   200

                                                    -
                                                        1998              1999                   2000                     2001      2002
                                                                                          Academic Year
                                                                                  MALE                 FEMALE



                                                                                   Master Degrees Awarded
                                500
    # of Degrees Awarded




                                450
                                400
                                350                                                                                                      300
                                300
                                                                                                 282
                                250                                                                                         249
                                     162
                                200                                   201
                                150
                                100
                                                                                                 135                                     130
                                 50 89                                93                                                    110
                                -
                                   1998                               1999                       2000                      2001               2002
                                                                                           Academic Year
                                                                                          MALE                   FEMALE




                                                                                  Doctoral Degrees Awarded
                            12
 # of Degrees Awarded




                            10
                                                                                                                                          5
                                    8
                                                                                                                            1
                                    6                                                            2
                                    4
                                                                                                                            7
                                                                                                 5                                        5
                                    2                   1         -
                                                                      2
                           -                        -
                                             1998                 1999                          2000                       2001           2002
                                                                                           Academic Year
                                                                                         MALE                   FEMALE


Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Student Information System - Direct Query




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                                     FACULTY AND STAFF

The following materials were provided by the Office of Personnel and the Office of Institutional
Effectiveness. The faculty/staff headcount and staff salary data appeared in the annual IPEDS
Employee report generated by the Personnel Office during the Fall term of every academic year.
The faculty workload, salary and FTE data appeared in the CBM008 data files submitted to the
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. The
CBM008 Teaching Faculty file is the "official" report on teaching faculty at the University of Texas -
Pan American. It is submitted every full term.

The Faculty and Staff section is divided into five sections:


                    Faculty Headcount (IPEDS & CBM008)

                    Teaching Faculty Full-Time Equivalency (CBM008)


                    Teaching Faculty Average Salaries (CBM008)

                    Teaching Faculty Workload (CBM008)

                    Staff Employee Headcount and Salary Ranges by Classification (IPEDS)



Significant Findings:

                    In 2002, 52.6% of the faculty were tenured or on tenure track.



                    31.1% of lower division and 50.5% of upper division courses were taught by
                    tenured and tenure-track faculty.



                    At the lower division level, the overall average class size has decreased. The
                    average class size was 38.1 for Fall of 2002, compared to
                    Fall 2001 which was 38.5 students per faculty member.



Special Note Concerning Faculty Headcount reporting:
The faculty headcount section has changed sources. Beginning 1998, the CBM008 is used
to report faculty headcount. The CBM008 format was changed; it now reports faculty members,
and some staff who teach classes.




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                                                      FACULTY STATISTICS

Headcount                                                               FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                                       1998           1999          2000      2001   2002
Gender
                  Male                                 386            403           434      371    259
                  Female                               247            283           304      257    408
Ethnicity
                  White                                343            367           367      323    349
                  Hispanic                             240            246           292      234    243
                  Other                                 50              73              79    71     75
Employment Status
                  Full-Time                            421            383           405      462    527
                  Part-Time                            212            303           333      166    140
Tenure Status
                  Non-Tenured                          340            386           438      302    316
                  Tenured                              189            212           211      209    215
                  Tenure Track                         104              88              89   117    136
Rank
                                 Professor              75              93              88    92     96
                      Associate Professor              103            106           111      107    115
                       Assistant Professor             124            118           118      126    140
                         Instructor/Lecturer           279            283           328      267    294
                        Teaching Assistant              52              86              93    36     22
COLLEGE/SCHOOL
                         Arts & Humanities             248            282           288      268    291
                 Business Administration                70              69              55    38     45
                                 Education             130            135           139      136    143
       Health Sci. & Human Services                     44              45              58    49     48
               Science and Engineering                  92            104           137       81     86
     Social and Behavioral Sciences                     49              51              61    56     54
TTL HEADCOUNT                                          633            686           738      628    667
Source: CBM008

Includes Non-Teaching Faculty




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                                          TEACHING FACULTY FULL-TIME EQUIVALENTS

                                                                                             FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                                            Fall 1998               Fall 1999                Fall 2000     Fall 2001   Fall 2002
Gender
                Male                                            325.2                   299.2                    346.2       325.9       358.5
                Female                                          187.7                   190.2                    222.0       207.4       208.0
Ethnicity
                White                                           298.3                   288.6                    302.8       291.5       311.2
                Hispanic                                        170.9                   150.2                    200.9       181.9       185.8
                Other                                            43.7                     50.6                     64.6       59.9        69.5
Tenure Status
                Non-Tenured                                   220.72                   218.07                  273.18       209.06       218.6
                Tenured                                       188.15                   190.35                      206      208.76       212.9
                Tenure Track                                      104                   80.92                        89      115.5       135.0
Rank
                                  Professor                      74.7                     81.1                     84.8       91.8        95.0
                    Associate Professor                         102.0                     95.0                   109.5       107.0       114.0
                     Assistant Professor                        123.5                   112.2                    117.0       125.5       138.9
                      Instructor/Lecturer                       184.4                   164.2                    210.7       191.0       206.9
                     Teaching Assistant                          28.3                     36.9                     46.3       18.0        11.7


COLLEGE/SCHOOL
                       Arts & Humanities                      210.90                   216.60                  238.44       235.14      253.14
               Business Administration                          54.24                   48.75                    39.50       32.25       38.75
                                 Education                      93.32                   81.45                    95.08      101.17      102.62
      Health Sci. & Human Services                              38.50                   38.75                    45.59       43.67       44.09
             Science and Engineering                            72.36                   64.79                  101.07        74.24       79.65
     Social and Behavioral Sciences                             43.55                   39.00                    48.50       46.85       48.25
TTL HEADCOUNT                                                 512.87                   489.34                  568.18       533.32      566.50
* Source: CBM008

FTE is the sum of the percent of time faculty is assigned to Instruction, Administrative Assignment, Academic Support.




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                                              FACULTY STATISTICS (Average Salaries)

                                                                          FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                                    Fall 1998      Fall 1999      Fall 2000   Fall 2001   Fall 2002
Gender
                   Male                             $37,705        $40,502       $42,712     $47,498     $49,150
                   Female                            29,464         30,616        33,498      37,384      39,387
Ethnicity
                   White                            $39,064        $41,462       $42,825     $48,053     $48,494
                   Hispanic                          27,347         29,272        33,496      35,879      37,741
                   Other                             36,950         35,059        41,047      45,626      53,544
Tenure Status
                   Non-Tenured                      $21,453        $23,213       $26,085     $27,803     $28,019
                   Tenured                           53,619         56,084        60,696      60,838      63,069
                   Tenure Track                      41,564         45,277        47,980      48,400      53,150
Rank
                                  Professor         $61,093        $64,410       $67,648     $67,792     $70,807
                     Associate Professor             49,490         51,782        56,991      56,850      59,877
                      Assistant Professor            41,932         44,980        47,003      48,214      51,357
                       Instructor/Lecturer           22,014         23,889        27,392      29,419      28,697
                      Teaching Assistant             14,106         14,657        18,753      15,964      17,382


COLLEGE/SCHOOL
                   Arts & Humanities                $34,141        $35,432       $40,497     $42,969     $43,169
              Business Administration                39,819         46,208        42,504      53,675      59,301
                               Education             29,212         32,080        33,275      35,293      34,919
      Health Sci. & Human Services                   38,066         41,932        40,290      47,195      49,680
             Science and Engineering                 34,060         34,484        38,853      49,133      56,219
     Social and Behavioral Sciences                  40,507         40,146        39,899      44,014      51,009
AVERAGE SALARY                                      $35,968        $32,430       $33,006     $34,485     $49,050
* Source: CBM008




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                                                           FACULTY AND STAFF
                            LOWER LEVEL UNDERGRADUATE FACULTY WORKLOAD
                              Average Class Size: Traditional (Classroom Instruction) Classes Only
                                                                                                FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                                             Fall 1998                 Fall 1999                Fall 2000     Fall 2001   Fall 2002
Gender
                  Male                                            34.8                      35.6                      38.1       38.1        38.3
                  Female                                          34.2                      34.6                      37.3       39.5        37.6
Ethnicity
                  White                                           34.9                      34.6                      37.5       39.5        37.9
                  Hispanic                                        34.5                      36.8                      35.8       35.7        38.0
                  Other                                           32.5                      37.3                      43.6       41.8        39.2
Employment Status
                  Full-Time                                       30.5                      35.9                      37.5       38.3        38.3
                  Part-Time                                       27.7                      33.2                      35.4       39.7        36.5
Tenure Status
                  Non-Tenured                                     32.1                      33.6                      36.4       37.8        36.8
                  Tenured                                         37.9                      36.7                      38.5       39.8        38.7
                  Tenure Track                                    37.6                      39.2                      41.0       38.5        46.4
Rank
                                   Professor                      39.6                      40.3                      37.2       39.1        40.0
                     Associate Professor                          37.0                      35.6                      39.6       40.0        42.0
                     Assistant Professor                          36.7                      37.2                      38.0       39.2        42.8
                       Instructor/Lecturer                        26.6                      33.8                      36.5       37.2        35.5
                      Teaching Assistant                          30.0                      33.0                      45.0       45.4        38.5


COLLEGE/SCHOOL
                         Arts & Humanities                        32.0                      32.3                      35.2       36.6        35.9
               Business Administration                            34.3                      35.5                      51.4       52.7        48.0
                                  Education                       26.1                      24.1                      25.0       26.1        22.0
       Health Sci. & Human Services                               30.1                      29.1                      30.3       34.5        42.7
              Science and Engineering                              36 .9                    38.9                      38.0       37.6        37.7
     Social and Behavioral Sciences                               43.2                      42.3                      41.0       42.2        43.9
Overall Average                                                   36.0                      34.6                      36.8       38.5        38.1
Source: Personnel Department, CBM008 and CBM004

Note: Traditional (Classroom Instruction) classes exclude labs, satellite instruction, independent study, fieldwork

and practicums.




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                       LOWER LEVEL UNDERGRADUATE FACULTY WORKLOAD
                                   Number of Traditional (Classroom Instruction) Classes Taught
                                                                                                FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                                             Fall 1998                Fall 1999                 Fall 2000          Fall 2001   Fall 2002
Gender
                   Male                                            512                      516                       493             501         513
                   Female                                          239                      235                       208             220         249
                   Not Recorded                                        0                        0                        0               0           0
Ethnicity
                   White                                           473                      471                       451             433         456
                   Hispanic                                        218                      200                       192             221         209
                   Other                                             60                       80                       58              67         100
Employment Status
                   Full-Time                                       606                      576                       583             610         687
                   Part-Time                                       145                      175                       118             111          75
Tenure Status
                   Non-Tenured                                     423                      406                       406             406         527
                   Tenured                                         233                      260                       231             225         191
                   Tenure Track                                      95                       85                       64              90          47
Rank
                                   Professor                         72                       69                       79              72          68
                     Associate Professor                           121                      130                       118             107         115
                      Assistant Professor                          151                      142                       127             136         121
                       Instructor/Lecturer                         342                      363                       365             375         442
                      Teaching Assistant                             65                       47                       12              31          16


COLLEGE/SCHOOL
                          Arts & Humanities                        369                      342                       315             323         347
               Business Administration                               53                       61                       50              57          61
                                  Education                          17                       20                       16              16          21
       Health Sci. & Human Services                                  26                       28                       22              22          21
              Science and Engineering                              195                        95                      206             211         229
     Social and Behavioral Sciences                                  91                     205                        92              92          86
Total Classes *                                                     751                     751                       701             721         765
Source: Personnel Department, CBM008 and CBM004

* Note: Traditional (Classroom Instruction) classes exclude labs, satellite instruction, independent study, fieldwork, seminars

and practicum's.




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                                                          FACULTY AND STAFF
                                 LOWER LEVEL UNDERGRADUATE FACULTY WORKLOAD
       Semester Credit Hour Production Distribution Demographics (Classroom Instruction Hours Only)
                                                                                               FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                                             Fall 1998                Fall 1999                Fall 2000               Fall 2001   Fall 2002
Gender
                Male                                          55,478                    47,918                   55,942                58,479      60,935
                Female                                        25,190                    20,106                   24,342                26,622      28,101
                Not Recorded                                          0                        0                                             0
Ethnicity
                White                                         51,179                    42,104                   51,645                52,843      53,424
                Hispanic                                      23,233                    18,304                   20,685                23,731      24,117
                Other                                           6,256                    7,616                    7,954                 8,527      11,914
Employment Status
                Full-Time                                     66,955                    53,586                   67,703                71,943      81,073
                Part-Time                                     13,713                    14,438                   12,581                13,158       7,963
Tenure Status
                Non-Tenured                                   41,345                    35,510                   45,478                46,551      60,035
                Tenured                                       27,589                    23,746                   26,385                27,526      22,500
                Tenure Track                                  11,734                     8,768                    8,421                11,024       6,920
Rank
                                   Professor                    8,906                    7,090                    8,758                 8,827       8,356
                    Associate Professor                       13,656                    11,140                   13,938                12,933      14,861
                     Assistant Professor                      18,114                    14,804                   15,096                16,790      16,428
                       Instructor/Lecturer                    34,148                    31,120                   40,872                42,333      47,577
                      Teaching Assistant                        5,844                    3,870                    1,620                 4,218       1,814


COLLEGE/SCHOOL
                       Arts & Humanities                      35,359                    39,300                   33,129                35,152      37,123
               Business Administration                          5,656                    4,928                    7,224                 8,708       8,523
                                  Education                     1,306                    1,610                    1,171                 1,223       1,358
      Health Sci. & Human Services                              2,539                    1,042                    2,036                 2,315       2,750
              Science and Engineering                         24,052                    12,793                   25,523                26,062      28,350
     Social and Behavioral Sciences                           11,756                     8,351                   11,201                11,641      11,342
TOTAL SCH                                                     80,668                    68,024                   80,284                85,101      89,446
Source: CBM008

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                           LOWER LEVEL UNDERGRADUATE FACULTY WORKLOAD
                 Semester Credit Hour Production Distribution Demographics (All SCH's produced)
                                                                   FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                             Fall 1998      Fall 1999      Fall 2000   Fall 2001   Fall 2002
Gender
             Male                             59,195         50,943        59,222      61,682      64,497
             Female                           26,671         21,005        25,444      28,039      29,459


Ethnicity
             White                            54,930         44,693        54,676      56,096      56,808
             Hispanic                         24,426         19,350        21,571      24,671      25,283
             Other                             6,510          7,905         8,419       8,954      11,868
Employment Status
             Full-Time                        70,454         55,950        71,614      76,199      85,164
             Part-Time                        15,412         15,998        13,052      13,522       9,357
Tenure Status
             Non-Tenured                      44,598         37,926        47,985      48,628      52,040
             Tenured                          29,088         24,948        27,811      29,044      28,341
             Tenure Track                     12,180          9,074         8,870      12,049      13,575
Rank
                            Professor          9,584          7,611         9,308       9,510       9,068
                 Associate Professor          14,543         11,870        14,648      13,636      15,725
                  Assistant Professor         18,674         15,387        16,132      17,947      17,123
                   Instructor/Lecturer         36,345        32,421        42,606      44,410      49,896
                  Teaching Assistant           6,720          4,659         1,972       4,218       2,144


COLLEGE/SCHOOL
                    Arts & Humanities         36,636         40,475        34,613      36,948      57,394
            Business Administration            5,656          4,928         7,224       8,708       3,685
                           Education           4,637          3,834         3,425       3,384       3,379
     Health Sci. & Human Services              2,539          1,042         2,036       2,315       2,090
            Science and Engineering           24,642         13,318        11,201      26,719      17,530
    Social and Behavioral Sciences            11,756          8,351        26,167      11,647       9,878
TOTAL SCH                                     85,866         71,948        84,666      89,721      93,956
Source: CBM008




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                                  UPPER LEVEL UNDERGRADUATE FACULTY WORKLOAD
                              Average Class Size: Traditional (Classroom Instruction) Classes Only
                                                                                                FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                                             Fall 1998                 Fall 1999                Fall 2000     Fall 2001   Fall 2002
Gender
                  Male                                            19.2                      22.5                      23.7       25.1        27.1
                  Female                                          19.3                      21.8                      23.8       23.7        25.9
Ethnicity
                  White                                           19.8                      22.6                      24.0       25.6        27.0
                  Hispanic                                        19.2                      22.3                      24.2       23.6        26.4
                  Other                                           14.8                      20.0                      21.1       22.8        25.4
Employment Status
                  Full-Time                                       15.8                      22.0                      23.9       24.7        26.8
                  Part-Time                                       11.3                      23.3                      22.8       23.4        24.5
Tenure Status
                  Non-Tenured                                     18.1                      22.0                      24.2       24.4        26.9
                  Tenured                                         20.1                      22.1                      24.2       24.6        26.7
                  Tenure Track                                    19.2                      23.0                      22.4       24.9        26.7
Rank
                                   Professor                      20.2                      22.1                      25.1       23.9        28.5
                     Associate Professor                          19.5                      21.3                      22.6       23.7        23.7
                     Assistant Professor                          19.9                      23.6                      23.9       26.2        28.9
                       Instructor/Lecturer                        20.2                      21.7                      23.8       24.4        25.7
                      Teaching Assistant                            0.0                     30.0                       0.0       25.0        35.0


COLLEGE/SCHOOL
                         Arts & Humanities                         17.3                      21.5                     22.6       22.9        23.4
               Business Administration                             19.1                      24.3                     25.9       29.6        33.0
                                  Education                        18.6                      21.6                     22.7       22.1        24.7
       Health Sci. & Human Services                                20.1                      25.3                     25.5       23.3        25.7
              Science and Engineering                              18.1                      19.9                     20.5       22.0        22.0
     Social and Behavioral Sciences                                25.6                        25                     27.6       30.0        34.1
Overall Average                                                   23.4                      21.9                      19.2       22.3        27.1
Source: Personnel Department, CBM008, and CBM004

Note: Traditional (Classroom Instruction) classes exclude labs, satellite instruction, independent study, fieldwork

and practicums.




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                                  UPPER LEVEL UNDERGRADUATE FACULTY WORKLOAD
                                    Number of Traditional (Classroom Instruction) Classes Taught
                                                                                                FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                                              Fall 1998                Fall 1999                Fall 2000      Fall 2001   Fall 2002
Gender
                  Male                                              314                      312                        325       349         351
                  Female                                            175                      194                        191       197         203
                  Not Recorded
Ethnicity
                  White                                             286                      303                        309       302         302
                  Hispanic                                          167                      160                        157       177         181
                  Other                                              36                        43                       50         67          73
                  Not Recorded                                         0                        0                        0           0           0
Employment Status
                  Full-Time                                         427                      412                        470       489         513
                  Part-Time                                          62                        94                       46         57          41
Tenure Status
                  Non-Tenured                                       158                      161                        161       166         275
                  Tenured                                           213                      231                        221       246         198
                  Tenure Track                                      118                      114                        117       134          83
Rank
                                   Professor                         86                      106                        88         95         100
                     Associate Professor                            111                      120                        133       145         148
                     Assistant Professor                            138                      140                        150       140         150
                       Instructor/Lecturer                          154                      140                        145       161         156


COLLEGE/SCHOOL
                         Arts & Humanities                          159                      170                        115       112         128
               Business Administration                               89                        71                       88         91          93
                                   Education                         80                      119                        116       126         120
       Health Sci. & Human Services                                  41                        23                       48         64          66
              Science and Engineering                                57                        66                       83         86          84
     Social and Behavioral Sciences                                  63                        57                       66         67          65
Total Classes *                                                     489                      506                        516       546         556
Source: CBM008

* Note: Traditional (Classroom Instruction) classes exclude labs, satellite instruction, independent study, fieldwork

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                                  UPPER LEVEL UNDERGRADUATE FACULTY WORKLOAD
       Semester Credit Hour Production Distribution Demographics (Classroom Instruction Hours Only)
                                                                                                FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                                             Fall 1998                 Fall 1999                Fall 2000      Fall 2001   Fall 2002
Gender
                  Male                                         18,595                   21,548                   23,500        26,582      28,647
                  Female                                       10,523                   13,076                   13,979        14,454      16,101


Ethnicity
                  White                                        17,614                   20,975                   22,563        23,588      24,604
                  Hispanic                                       9,837                  10,970                   11,681        12,811      14,627
                  Other                                          1,667                    2,679                       3,235     4,637       5,574


Employment Status
                  Full-Time                                    25,772                   27,816                   34,353        37,012      41,781
                  Part-Time                                      3,346                    6,808                       3,126     4,024       2,967


Tenure Status
                  Non-Tenured                                    8,637                  10,716                   13,084        12,366      21,986
                  Tenured                                      13,404                   15,812                   16,318        18,529      16,158
                  Tenure Track                                   7,077                    8,096                       8,077    10,141       6,661


Rank
                                   Professor                     5,381                    7,146                       6,705     7,028       8,804
                     Associate Professor                         6,675                    7,721                       9,062    10,312      10,404
                     Assistant Professor                         8,730                  10,129                   11,121        11,330      13,197
                       Instructor/Lecturer                       8,332                    9,628                  10,591        11,991      11,701
                      Teaching Assistant                               0                        0                        0        375         642



COLLEGE/SCHOOL
                         Arts & Humanities                         8279                   10976                        7767       7661        8911
               Business Administration                             5091                     5184                       6828       8079        9207
                                  Education                        4455                     7708                       7914       8340        8889
       Health Sci. & Human Services                                2909                     2076                       3932       4852        5468
              Science and Engineering                              3460                     4363                       5496       6017        5643
     Social and Behavioral Sciences                                4924                     4317                       5542       6087        6687
TOTAL SCH                                                      29,118                   34,624                   37,479        41,036      44,805
Source: CBM008, and CBM004

Note: Traditional (Classroom Instruction) classes exclude labs, satellite instruction, independent study, fieldwork

and practicums.




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                       UPPER LEVEL UNDERGRADUATE FACULTY WORKLOAD
            Semester Credit Hour Production Distribution Demographics (All SCH's produced)
                                                         FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                             Fall 1998      Fall 1999      Fall 2000   Fall 2001   Fall 2002
Gender
              Male                            20,354         23,220        25,629      28,907      31,661
              Female                          12,279         15,570        16,771      16,869      18,380


Ethnicity
              White                           19,700         23,340        25,029      25,275      26,827
              Hispanic                        11,032         12,560        16,747      15,273      16,927
              Other                            1,901          2,890         3,624       5,228       6,287


Employment Status
              Full-Time                       27,960         29,786        37,465      40,111      46,072
              Part-Time                        4,673          9,004         4,935       5,665       4,038
Tenure Status
              Non-Tenured                     10,820         13,344        16,551      15,017      14,686
              Tenured                         14,354         16,730        17,206      19,468      20,191
              Tenure Track                     7,459          8,716         8,643      11,291      15,164
Rank
                             Professor         5,982          7,704         7,330       7,402       9,309
                 Associate Professor           7,008          8,283         9,685      11,125      11,197
                 Assistant Professor           9,131         10,519        11,923      12,232      14,849
                  Instructor/Lecturer         10,512         12,284        13,462      14,642      14,044
                  Teaching Assistant               0               0              0       375         642


COLLEGE/SCHOOL
                     Arts & Humanities         8,909         12,073         8,983       8,620      18,994
             Business Administration           5,145          5,214         6,852       8,106       5,958
                            Education          6,627         10,448        10,908      10,806      11,238
     Health Sci. & Human Services              3,352          2,154         4,345       5,837       2,805
            Science and Engineering            3,565          4,486         5,684       6,216       5,402
    Social and Behavioral Sciences             5,035          4,415         5,628       6,191       5,644
TOTAL SCH                                     32,633         38,790        42,400      45,776      50,041
Source: CBM008




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                                                GRADUATE LEVEL FACULTY WORKLOAD
                              Average Class Size: Traditional (Classroom Instruction) Classes Only
                                                                                                FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                                             Fall 1998                 Fall 1999                Fall 2000     Fall 2001   Fall 2002
Gender
                  Male                                            13.6                      12.1                      10.6       12.2        12.4
                  Female                                          14.0                      13.1                      14.3       14.0        15.0
Ethnicity
                  White                                           12.8                      10.7                      10.0       11.6        12.8
                  Hispanic                                        15.2                      14.1                      14.5       14.8        14.9
                  Other                                           14.1                      16.4                      16.7       14.0        11.8
Employment Status
                  Full-Time                                       13.1                      11.7                      11.2       12.5        12.7
                  Part-Time                                       19.3                      15.9                      19.4       16.6        21.9
Tenure Status
                  Non-Tenured                                     16.5                      16.3                      15.9       16.8        14.5
                  Tenured                                         12.0                      10.5                      10.1       12.2        12.0
                  Tenure Track                                    15.1                      13.8                      13.4       12.2        13.5
Rank
                                   Professor                      11.7                      10.7                       9.5       10.3        10.7
                     Associate Professor                          13.2                      11.0                      10.6       13.9        14.7
                     Assistant Professor                          14.5                      14.1                      12.9       12.1        11.9
                       Instructor/Lecturer                        17.9                      15.4                      11.8       16.8        18.9
                      Teaching Assistant                            0.0                     16.0                       0.0        0.0         0.0


COLLEGE/SCHOOL
                         Arts & Humanities                        12.5                       7.8                      12.1        8.2         8.6
               Business Administration                            17.9                      19.0                      17.9       19.3        19.6
                                  Education                       17.0                      15.6                      13.2       16.8        16.0
       Health Sci. & Human Services                               12.1                      11.2                       7.8       13.7        16.6
              Science and Engineering                               8.9                      8.4                       7.1        8.3         9.6
     Social and Behavioral Sciences                                 9.7                      8.4                       8.4        7.0         7.9
Overall Average                                                   12.0                      13.7                      12.4       12.9        13.3
Source: CBM008

Note: Traditional (Classroom Instruction) classes exclude labs, satellite instruction, independent study, fieldwork

and practicums.




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                                                GRADUATE LEVEL FACULTY WORKLOAD
                                   Number of Traditional (Classroom Instruction) Classes Taught
                                                                                                FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                                             Fall 1998                Fall 1999                Fall 2000                 Fall 2001   Fall 2002
Gender
                Male                                               133                      145                      151                    129         147
                Female                                               60                       71                       69                    82          81
Ethnicity
                White                                              110                      120                      124                    119         128
                Hispanic                                             65                       75                       71                    62          71
                Other                                                18                       21                       25                    30          31
Employment Status
                Full-Time                                          174                      180                      204                    192         214
                Part-Time                                            19                       36                       16                    19          14
Tenure Status
                Non-Tenured                                          32                       41                       41                    30          89
                Tenured                                            101                      122                      112                    115          85
                Tenure Track                                         60                       53                       67                    66          56
Rank
                                   Professor                         53                       58                       58                    54          58
                    Associate Professor                              55                       68                       71                    68          64
                     Assistant Professor                             57                       55                       63                    59          75
                       Instructor/Lecturer                           28                       35                       28                    30          31


COLLEGE/SCHOOL
                       Arts & Humanities                             59                       53                       66                    24          28
               Business Administration                               20                       26                       21                    19          16
                                  Education                          56                       83                       53                    74          88
       Health Sci. & Human Services                                  21                       13                       29                    30          30
              Science and Engineering                                18                       21                       34                    38          41
     Social and Behavioral Sciences                                  19                       20                       17                    26          27
Total Classes *                                                    193                      216                      220                    211         230
Source: CBM008

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                                                GRADUATE LEVEL FACULTY WORKLOAD
        Semester Credit Hour Production Breakdown by Faculty Demographics (Classroom Instruction Hours Only)
                                                                                                FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                                             Fall 1998                 Fall 1999                Fall 2000      Fall 2001   Fall 2002
Gender
                  Male                                           5,054                    5,036                       4,702     4,625       5,358
                  Female                                         2,526                    2,808                       2,982     3,480       3,681
Ethnicity
                  White                                          4,182                    3,773                       3,661     4,054       4,865
                  Hispanic                                       2,816                    3,189                       3,075     2,799       3,204
                  Other                                            582                      882                        948      1,252       1,048
Employment Status
                  Full-Time                                      6,621                    6,128                       6,786     7,157       8,121
                  Part-Time                                        959                    1,716                        898        948         918
Tenure Status
                  Non-Tenured                                    1,442                    2,028                       1,674     1,554       3,885
                  Tenured                                        3,600                    3,776                       3,305     5,146       2,978
                  Tenure Track                                   2,538                    2,040                       2,705     2,405       2,254
Rank
                                   Professor                     1,830                    1,834                       1,622     1,619       1,824
                     Associate Professor                         2,172                    2,194                       2,210     2,818       2,744
                     Assistant Professor                         2,307                    2,175                       2,439     2,114       2,683
                       Instructor/Lecturer                       1,271                    1,593                       1,413     1,554       1,788
                      Teaching Assistant                               0                      48                         0           0           0


COLLEGE/SCHOOL
                         Arts & Humanities                       2,184                    1,230                       2,365       588         726
               Business Administration                           1,074                    1,485                       1,128     1,098         939
                                  Education                      2,538                    3,726                       2,103     3,729       4,212
       Health Sci. & Human Services                                762                       453                      1,043     1,275       1,527
              Science and Engineering                              470                       446                       649        866       1,068
     Social and Behavioral Sciences                                552                       504                       396        549         645
TOTAL SCH                                                        7,580                    7,844                       7,684     8,105       9,117
Source: CBM008

Note: Traditional (Classroom Instruction) classes exclude labs, satellite instruction, independent study, fieldwork

and practicums.




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                                            FACULTY AND STAFF
                                        GRADUATE LEVEL FACULTY WORKLOAD
                 Semester Credit Hour Production Breakdown by Faculty Demographics (All SCH's produced)
                                                                    FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                              Fall 1998      Fall 1999      Fall 2000      Fall 2001       Fall 2002
Gender
             Male                               5,830          6,054         5,414           5,543          6,436
             Female                             2,892          3,207         3,237           3,960          4,077
Ethnicity
             White                              4,871          4,723         4,181           5,031          5,771
             Hispanic                           3,224          3,581         3,432           3,139          3,646
             Other                               627            957          1,038           1,333          1,096
Employment Status
             Full-Time                          7,625          7,333         7,627           8,385          9,595
             Part-Time                          1,097          1,928         1,024           1,153            918
Tenure Status
             Non-Tenured                        1,748          2,201         3,813           1,885          2,079
             Tenured                            4,124          4,612         2,942           4,927          5,084
             Tenure Track                       2,850          2,448         1,896           2,691          3,350
Rank
                            Professor           2,118          2,387         1,976           2,185          2,399
                  Associate Professor           2,486          2,504         2,391           3,087          3,090
                  Assistant Professor           2,598          2,565         2,658           2,346          2,945
                   Instructor/Lecturer           183           1,757         1,626           1,885          2,079
                  Teaching Assistant            1,520          1,805               0             0               0
COLLEGE/SCHOOL
                    Arts & Humanities           2,438          1,612         2,558            689           2,413
            Business Administration             1,398          1,743         1,335           1,326            909
                           Education            2,808          4,283         2,334           4,240          4,467
     Health Sci. & Human Services                930            528          1,220           1,524            810
            Science and Engineering              500            519            751            986           1,068
Social and Behavioral Sciences                   648            576            453            738             846
TOTAL SCH                                       8,722          9,261         8,651           9,503         10,513
Source: CBM008




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                                  FACULTY AND STAFF
                                         STAFF STATISTICS

Headcount                                                 FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                    Fall 1998      Fall 1999      Fall 2000    Fall 2001   Fall 2002
Gender
                Male                    514            540            534          614         708
                Female                  573            603            652          742         782
Ethnicity
                White                   178            187            188          198         218
                Hispanic                874            921            959         1108        1187
                Other                    35               35             39         50          85
Employment Status
                Full-Time               733            780            789          883         919
                Part-Time               354            363            397          473         571
EEOC Category


                Executive /              59               66             65         63          70
             Administrative


         Other Professional             277            298            337          425         535


                Technical /             165            211            133          227         263
            Paraprofessional


                 Clerical /             400            387            470          458         441
                Secretarial


            Skilled Craftsmen            51               49             48         47          49


                 Service /              135            132            133          136         132
                Maintenance



TTL HEADCOUNT                          1087           1143           1186         1356        1490
Source: IPEDS




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                                   FULL-TIME STAFF HEADCOUNT BY SALARY RANGES

Headcount                                                          FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                                  1998           1999          2000      2001   2002


EEOC CATEGORY
Executive / Administrative
                          Below $30,000             0              0               0      0      0
                       30,000 to 39,999             0              0               3      0      0
                       40,000 to 49,999            14              19              14    10      6
                       50,000 to 64,999            16              18              20    13     18
                       65,000 to 79,999            11              9               8     17     26
                       80,000 to 99,999            16              19              20    23      5
                         Above 100,000              0              0               0      0     14




Other Professional
                          Below $30,000            97              89              79    72     79
                       30,000 to 39,999            77              99          100      127    135
                       40,000 to 49,999            54              53              56    89     74
                       50,000 to 64,999             2              6               12    15     39
                       65,000 to 79,999             0              1               1      4      2
                       80,000 to 99,999             0              0               0      2      2
                         Above 100,000              0              0               0      0      0




Technical / Paraprofessional
                          Below $20,000            15              11              9     12      5
                       20,000 to 29,999            30              45              33    52     57
                       30,000 to 39,999             7              9               15    14     26
                       40,000 to 49,999             4              6               8     14      5
                           Above 50,000             0              0               0      0      0



Clerical / Secretarial
                          Below $20,000           212            185           167      141    113
                       20,000 to 29,999            36              69              93   120    151
                       30,000 to 39,999             2              1               5      5      5
                       40,000 to 49,999             0              0               0      0      0
                           Above 50,000             0              0               0      0      0


Source: IPEDS report - Personnel Office




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Headcount                                                          FALL SEMESTER
Classifications                                  1998           1999          2000      2001   2002


EEOC CATEGORY continued


Skilled Craftsman
                          Below $20,000            17              14              11     5      4
                       20,000 to 29,999            32              34              33    33     35
                       30,000 to 39,999             1              1               3      7     10
                       40,000 to 49,999             0              0               1      1      0
                          Above 50,000              0              0               0      0      0



Service and Maintenance
                          Below $20,000            83              83              86    78     70
                       20,000 to 29,999             5              8               12    28     36
                       30,000 to 39,999             0              0               0      1      2
                       40,000 to 49,999             0              0               0      0      0
                          Above 50,000              0              0               0      0      0




Source: IPEDS report - Personnel Office




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                                                                       BUSINESS & FINANCE

                                                                          Current Funds Revenues



                                                                                            FY98                   FY99                    FY00              FY01               FY02
CURRENT REVENUES
     Tuition & Fees                                                           $     22,667,199       $      24,127,540       $     27,005,131      $    30,581,594   $    20,378,782
     State Appropriations - General Revenue                                         42,371,323              43,570,110             49,503,235           51,136,816        56,541,886
     State Appropriations - HEAF                                                      8,613,041              8,613,041              8,613,041            6,081,112         6,081,112
     Federal Grants & Contracts                                                     20,678,829              20,491,665             22,172,089           26,220,540        35,224,189
     Fed. Pass-Through Grants from Other St. Agncy                                        78,220                106,802              171,473              371,105          1,351,737
     State Grants & Contracts                                                         1,219,735                 714,075             1,240,603             471,088           914,716
     St. Pass-Through Grants from Other St. Agency                                                                                  2,698,660            3,222,733         9,907,076
     Local Grants & Contracts                                                           149,411                 184,910                   78,897           35,871              7,870
     *Private Gifts, Grants & Contracts                                               1,528,336              1,636,867              1,627,327            1,452,033         1,199,231
     Gifts                                                                                                                                                338,603           609,853
     Investment/Endowment Income                                                      2,451,807              1,957,067              2,467,510            1,939,817         1,517,883
     Sales & Services of Educational Activities                                       3,705,500              4,236,221              5,574,089            4,737,832         4,913,941
     Sales & Services of Auxiliaries                                                  4,672,831              4,861,502              4,363,011            4,878,573         6,521,250
     Other Interest income                                                              425,733                 225,038              322,554              339,564                -
     Net Increase/Decrease in Fair Value Investment                                                            (707,289)             (511,042)            159,453           (443,081)
     Other                                                                             178,835                  68,661                111,884              109,975           282,426
     TOTAL CURRENT REVENUE                                                        $108,740,800            $110,086,210           $125,438,461      $   132,076,710   $   145,008,871


                                                                 Selected Revenue Sources Over Time
       $60,000,000




       $50,000,000




       $40,000,000




       $30,000,000




       $20,000,000




       $10,000,000




               $-
                                   FY98                            FY99                            FY00                            FY01                       FY02


       Tuition & Fees   State Appropriations - General Revenue    State Appropriations - HEAF   Federal Grants & Contracts



Source: Fiscal Year 2002 Annual Financial Report




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                                                                   Current Funds Expenditures


                                                                                      FY98                  FY99                FY00               FY01               FY02*
     EDUCATION & GENERAL
                Instruction                                               $     34,228,168      $      36,109,886   $     38,237,856    $     41,061,968   $     50,393,884
                Research                                                          1,719,131             2,049,533          1,919,493           2,308,389          2,340,340
                Public Service                                                    5,840,255             6,766,922          6,847,075           8,775,010          8,506,668
                Academic Service                                                  9,885,784             6,073,272          7,681,551           7,857,411          7,636,022
                Student Services                                                  5,934,584             6,348,513          6,584,314           7,787,534          8,898,174
                Institutional Support                                           10,115,784             10,844,027         12,117,794          11,450,841         12,682,805
                Physical Plant Operation/Maintenance                              6,384,912             7,138,579          6,963,158           8,480,443          8,714,959
                Scholarships & Fellowships                                      16,748,460             17,237,180         20,150,959          23,830,834         18,770,866
     Total E & G Expenditures                                                  $90,857,079            $92,567,912       $100,502,201        $111,552,430       $117,943,718
     AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES                                                       7,631,949              8,165,423          8,147,676           9,015,433         10,801,496
     TOTAL CURRENT EXPENDITURES                                                $98,489,027           $100,733,335       $108,649,877        $120,567,863        128,745,214
* Per new reporting requirements outlined by GASB 34/35
     % of Expenditures applied to Instruction                                         34.8%                 35.8%               35.2%              34.1%              39.1%


                                                                              Expenditures Over Time
      $140,000,000



      $120,000,000



      $100,000,000



       $80,000,000



       $60,000,000



       $40,000,000



       $20,000,000



                 $0
                                   FY98                        FY99                           FY00                       FY01                      FY02*


                                                   Total E & G Expenditures    AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES




Source: Fiscal Year 2002 Annual Financial Report




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                                                                   BUSINESS & FINANCE
                                               STATEMENT OF CURRENT FUND EXPENDITURES

                                                                         FY 1998 adj.        FY 1999           FY2000           FY2001            FY 2002
INSTRUCTION
    Faculty Salaries                                                    $19,593,702.27    $20,492,386.31    $22,027,761.38   $ 22,843,559.03   $ 25,112,406.72
    Departmental Operating Expense                                        2,389,511.10      2,620,515.20      3,199,840.80     3,416,876.19      3,649,687.54
    Instructional Administration                                            891,945.15      1,214,644.36      1,216,431.34     1,404,047.05      1,848,271.19
    Library                                                               2,697,165.30      2,525,419.46      2,624,797.61     2,940,844.24      3,210,489.88
    Special Items - Instructional Support                                 3,925,154.34      3,895,790.50      2,910,173.95     2,768,208.94      2,298,973.49
         Subtotal - Instruction                                          29,497,478.16     30,748,755.83     31,979,005.08    33,373,535.45     36,119,828.82


RESEARCH
    Research Enhancement                                                    285,302.98        444,932.94       374,646.30        478,141.23        375,102.69
    Special Items -Research                                                 202,128.29        275,315.14       316,647.72        340,991.30        359,451.24
         Subtotal-Research                                                  487,431.27        720,248.08       691,294.02        819,132.53        734,553.93


PUBLIC SERVICE
    Public Service                                                           61,764.50        138,842.49         62,372.63        61,741.00        253,783.27
    Special Items- Public Service                                         1,425,508.61      1,537,121.84      1,595,286.08     2,361,470.99      2,549,489.58
          Subtotal-Public Service                                         1,487,273.11      1,675,964.33      1,657,658.71     2,423,211.99      2,803,272.85


INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT                                                     4,516,196.01      5,057,296.08      5,291,503.62     5,932,298.64      6,268,097.78
    Special Items - Institutional Support                                   704,633.23        396,071.86      1,084,783.18       316,011.30        299,888.62
           Subtotal-Student Services                                      5,220,829.24      5,453,367.94      6,376,286.80     6,248,309.94      6,567,986.40


STUDENT SERVICES                                                          1,672,991.40      1,775,667.85      2,282,152.70     2,428,932.28      2,818,813.86
    Special Items - Student Services                                                          131,515.45       104,150.45        440,494.60        684,430.60
          Subtotal-Student Services                                       1,672,991.40      1,907,183.30      2,386,303.15     2,869,426.88      3,503,244.46


STAFF BENEFITS                                                            8,885,986.34      9,515,412.10     10,201,062.15    10,776,353.77     12,982,562.42


OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE OF PLANT
     Utilities                                                            3,047,157.05      2,807,467.12      2,833,560.06     2,117,412.75      3,030,921.22
     All Other                                                            2,715,518.79      2,749,072.38      3,086,244.14     3,288,554.35      3,487,412.78
     Special Items -      Operations & Maintenenace of Plant                                           -                -                -                  -
            Subtotal -   Operations & Maintenance of Plant                5,762,675.84      5,556,539.50      5,919,804.20     5,405,967.10      6,518,334.00


SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS                                                  508,655.82        568,430.64      2,712,915.16     3,670,045.43      5,541,998.90


TOTAL OPERATING BUDGET                                                   53,523,321.18     56,145,901.72     61,924,329.27    65,585,983.09     74,771,781.78
EDUCT'L & GENERAL/HEAF CAPITAL PROJECTS                                   4,034,259.58      2,760,455.12      1,923,458.98     2,534,581.79      2,207,439.83


TOTAL EDUCATIONAL & GENERAL FUNDS                                       $ 57,557,580.76   $ 58,906,356.84   $63,847,788.25   $ 68,120,564.88   $ 76,979,221.61
Source: Financial Statements

Includes Capital Outlay & Scholarships discount allowance




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                                                           BUSINESS & FINANCE
                                                  Survey of Research Expenditures
                          Total Expenditures for Conduct of Research & Development and Other Sponsored Programs


By Source of Funds                                                   FY98            FY99             FY00            FY01               FY02
     Federal Government                                      $   1,234,879   $   1,077,255    $   1,149,325   $   1,324,426    $     1,394,780
     State Government                                             593,789         966,569          831,282         992,686     $      913,445
     Institution Controlled                                        54,598          79,478           63,746         121,850     $       49,936
     Private Sources                                              103,336         173,321          131,209         162,636     $      247,597
     TOTAL                                                   $   1,986,602   $   2,296,623    $   2,175,562   $   2,601,598    $     2,605,758




By Field of Study                                                    FY98            FY99             FY00            FY01               FY02
     Engineering                                             $    586,669    $    375,855     $    434,159    $    769,136     $      716,854
     Physical Sciences                                             93,360         192,706          166,783         155,146            175,515
     Environmental Sciences                                       108,297          80,779           24,701          51,484             54,558
     Mathematical Sciences                                              0               0            3,371           4,235             23,420
     Computer Sciences                                             68,119          89,460            6,408           6,438             80,990
     Medical Sciences                                             645,078         682,779          692,876         913,827            950,083
     Agricultural Sciences                                          4,147               0           10,349          51,725             73,651
     Biological & Other Life Sciences                              50,495         107,378          242,953         212,730             71,805
     Psychology                                                         0           3,607           53,935          17,854                509
     Social Sciences                                              108,070         216,614           95,857          95,966            188,999
     Other Sciences                                                     0               0                0              -
     Arts and Humanities                                              545          50,180           19,632          61,019            119,644
     Business Administration                                      267,085         325,459          333,011          17,262             19,175
     Education                                                     49,362         169,102           86,660         242,297            125,573
     Law and Public Administration                                  5,375           2,704            4,867           2,479              4,982
     Other Non-science activities                                        0               0                0             -                  -
     TOTAL R & D Expenditures                                $   1,986,602   $   2,296,623    $   2,175,562   $   2,601,598    $     2,605,758




                                                             TOTAL R & D Expenditures

              $3,000,000


              $2,500,000


              $2,000,000


              $1,500,000


              $1,000,000


                 $500,000
Source: Survey of Research Expenditures (IPEDS)

                     $-
                                     FY95           FY98             FY99              FY00               FY01                FY02




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                             INVESTMENT IN PLANT - BUILDINGS & BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS
                                          For the Year Ended August 31, 2002
     BUILDINGS & BUILDING                                               Carrying Value              Depreciation                   Ending Value   Net
          IMPROVEMENTS                             Square Feet           01-Sep-01         Beginning Total   Additions/Disposals    31-Aug-02     Basis
Academic Services Building                                                    179,021                  -                   644             644      178,377
Bronc Village                                                                 108,497                  -                   390             390      108,107
Fine Arts A                                                                   320,850                  -                 1,155            1155      319,695
Learning Resource Center                                                      100,967                  -                   363             363      100,604
Student Union                                                                 224,014                  -                   806             806      223,208
University Center                                                             239,315                  -                   861             861      238,454
  Total Buildings and Building Improvements                                  1,172,664                 -                 4,220           4,220    1,168,444




     BUILDING EXTERIOR:                                                 Carrying Value              Depreciation                   Ending Value   Net
          RESIDENTIAL                                 Square Feet        01-Sep-02         Beginning Total   Additions/Disposals    31-Aug-02     Basis
720 Schunior Lot 2 Blk 9                                          760           31,241                                                                    -
721 N 4th St-Lot 6 Blk                                           1244           39,978                                                                    -
811 Robert- L3,L4 & S12 l5 Blk 2                                 2063              -                                                                      -
813 Van Week-Lot 10 Blk                                          1200           40,971                                                                    -
814 Elizabeth -Lot 9 Blk 2                                       1696           55,092                                                                    -
902 Elizabeth-lot 10 Blk                                         1876           54,074                 -                                                  -
903 Elizabeth-Lot 1/A Blk4                                       2406         100,065               6,337                3,169           9,506       90,559
903 Van Week-Lot 7 Blk                                            924           33,232                                                                    -
909 Elizabeth-Lot 3 Blk                                          1888           57,744                                                                    -
910 Schunior Lot4 Blk3                                           1323           38,542                                                                    -
911 Robert-Lot3 Blk 5                                             884                  0                                                                  -
913 Van Week Lot 10 Blk 3                                         911           51,512                                                                    -
918 Schunior Lot 2, Blk 3                                         833                  0                                                                  -
1001 Van Week Lot 7                                              1796           50,901                                                                    -
1008 Schunior-Lot 4 Blk                                          1708           50,026                                                                    -
1012 Schunior-Lot 3 Blk                                          1321           39,505                                                                    -
1016 Schunior-Lot 2 Blk                                           889           32,563                                                                    -
1108 Schunior-Lot 4 Blk                                           888           32,431                                                                    -
1115 Van Week Blk 1                                               983                  0                                                                  -
1119 Van Week Blk 1                                              1498           42,152                                                                    -
  Total Building Exterior Residential                     27,091.00           750,030               6,337                3,169            9506       90,559
Source: Fiscal Year 2002 Annual Financial Report

NOTE: Residential buildings purchased as part of Land Acquisition Program




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                       INVESTMENT IN PLANT - BUILDINGS & BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS
                                    For the Year Ended August 31, 2002

          BUILDING EXTERIOR: EDUCATION                      Carrying Value            Depreciation                       Ending Value        Net
                                          Square Feet       01-Sep-01        Beginning Total   Additions/Disposals        31-Aug-02         Basis
Acad & Admin Annex (Wal-Mart)                 67,043    $        737,840     $       38,942    $         23,365      $        62,307    $     675,533
Academic Services Building                    61,924           6,344,480          1,590,526    $        200,909            1,791,435    $    4,553,046
Academic Support Facility                     88,229           3,057,448          2,388,208    $         96,819            2,485,027    $     572,421
Biology Annex                                  4,752             232,724            130,196    $           7,370             137,565    $      95,159
Bronc Village                                 61,342           4,786,080          164189.09 $           151,559              315,748    $    4,470,332
Business Admin Bldg                           48,891           2,001,382          1,690,054    $         63,377            1,753,431    $     247,950
Chapel                                         1,247              47,493                                                         -      $           -
Coastal Studies Lab                            7,769             735,516            630,809    $         23,291              654,100    $      81,416
Communication A & S Bldg                     104,852           5,586,018          2,948,176    $        176,891            3,125,067    $    2,460,951
Old Computer Center                           10,957             500,976            475,928                                  475,928    $      25,048
Computer Center Building (New)                28,462           4,413,128             58,229    $        139,749              197,978    $    4,215,151
Education Complex                             45,465           1,590,812          1,494,481    $         16,792            1,511,273    $      79,539
Emilia Hall                                   11,672             277,707            263,821                                  263,821    $      13,886
Engineering Building                         122,350          19,501,318          3,190,632    $        617,542            3,808,174    $   15,693,144
Fine Arts A                                   25,043           1,150,769          1,093,230                                1,093,230    $      57,539
Fine Arts Annex                                9,121             363,137            288,442    $         11,499              299,942    $      63,195
Fine Arts B                                   24,365             685,335            651,068                                  651,068    $      34,267
Fine Arts C                                   11,274             348,562            331,134                                  331,134    $      17,428
Grounds Shop                                     840               4,552                                                         -      $           -
Health / Phys Ed Complex I                    72,669           2,895,083          2,750,329                                2,750,329    $     144,754
Health / Phys Ed Complex II                   66,274           4,244,966          1,971,550    $        134,424            2,105,974    $    2,138,992
Health Sciences and Human Services E          45,832           3,766,851          3,161,015    $        119,284            3,280,299    $     486,552
Health Science & Human Services Wes           59,259          10,277,484          9,763,610                                9,763,610    $     513,874
HEB Planetarium                                1,373              16,786                                                         -      $           -
International Trade and Technology            21,505           3,407,196            395,613    $        107,895              503,508    $    2,903,688
Jody Ramsey Stadium                            4,089                    0           381,932    $       (381,932)                 -      $           -
Lamar                                         44,703             310,738             26,240    $           9,840              36,080    $     274,658
Learning Resource Center                     132,668           5,915,452          4,558,184    $        187,323            4,745,507    $    1,169,945
Library Addition                              45,000           6,909,714            795,664    $        298,374            1,094,038    $    5,815,676
Lumber Storage Building                        1,701               5,065                                                         -      $           -
Marialice Shary Shivers Administration        33,011           2,888,365          1,745,456    $         91,465            1,836,921    $    1,051,444
Math Building                                 17,112           1,028,842            977,400                                  977,400    $      51,442
Mathematics & General Classroom               79,909          12,560,442            165,728    $        397,747              563,475    $   11,996,967
Men's Dormitory                               52,600           2,470,692          2,347,157                                2,347,157    $     123,535
New Science Building                         139,501          25,391,047          2,948,183    $        804,050            3,752,232    $   21,638,816
Office Building A (Tx Mx Border Health)        2,505              61,303                                                         -      $           -
Office Building C                              1,568              47,621                                                         -      $           -
Office Building D                              1,568              48,145                                                         -      $           -
Office Building E                              2,340              42,478                                                         -      $           -
Personnel Service Building (Babtist Chu        4142              105,185              8,882    $           3,331              12,213    $      92,972
Personnel Services Building                                      154,238             16,096    $           6,660              22,756    $     131,482
Physical Ed Restrooms                            480               9,438                                                         -      $           -
Physical Plant Storage Bldg                    4,500              46,395                                                         -      $           -
Physical Science Building                     23,940           1,597,257          1,517,394                                1,517,394    $      79,863
Social and Behavioral Science Building        58,620           2,210,717          1,755,986    $         70,006            1,825,992    $     384,725
Southwick Hall                                11,001             564,595            536,366                                  536,366    $      28,229
Student Services Bldg                         52,210           3,116,279          2,960,465                                2,960,465    $     155,814
                                                                             CONTINUED




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                             INVESTMENT IN PLANT - BUILDINGS & BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS
                                          For the Year Ended August 31, 2002
                                                                             Continued

              BUILDING EXTERIOR: EDUCATION                             Carrying Value          Depreciation                     Ending Value        Net
                                         Square Feet                   01-Sep-01      Beginning Total Additions/Disposals         31-Aug-02        Basis
 Student Union                                     $     44,213    $      6,628,080     $     227,380    $      209,889     $       437,269         6,190,811
 University Bookstore                              $     16,881    $        841,889     $     588,737    $       26,660     $       615,397          226,492
 University Center                                 $     61,917    $      3,006,451     $    2,856,129                      $     2,856,129          150,322
 Utility Plant                                     $     18,436    $      8,123,448     $    7,717,276                      $     7,717,276          406,172
 Warehouse Compound                                $      5,702    $          22,239                                        $           -                  0
 Women's Dormitory                                 $     52,600    $      1,927,432     $    1,831,060                      $     1,831,060           96,372
 TOTAL BUILDING EXTERIOR:
    EDUCATIONAL                                    $   1,915,427   $    163,007,190     $   69,431,897   $    3,614,178     $    73,046,075        89,609,602


TOTAL BUILDINGS & BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS

                                                   $   1,942,518   $      164,929,884   $   69,438,235   $    3,617,346     $    73,059,801    $   90,868,605


Source: Fiscal Year 2002 Annual Financial Report




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                                                       BUSINESS & FINANCE
                                INVESTMENT IN PLANT - FACILITIES & OTHER IMPROVEMENTS
                                            For the Year Ended August 31, 2002

                                                                                Carrying Value                                            Carrying Value
                                                                                   31-Aug-01         Additions         Disposals             01-Sep-02
ASFC Service Road                                                           $         68,922                                          $         68,922
Campus Site Development                                                              324,076                                                   324,076
Drainage Project                                                                      46,655                                                    46,655
Irrigation System                                                                     40,949                                                    40,949
Landscaping                                                                          200,741                                                   200,741
Landscaping Personnel                                                                  1,935                                                     1,935
Loan Star Program - Energy Savings                                                   504,203                              (504,203)                   0
LRC Plaza Project                                                                      3,038                                                     3,038
Mircowave Project                                                                     10,594                                                    10,594
Nevarez Bldg Improvement                                                               7,152                                                     7,152
Orville Cox Tennis Stadium                                                            62,851                                                    62,851
Parking Baseball Stadium                                                             274,597                                                   274,597
Parking Meters                                                                        30,793                                                    30,793
Parking Lot - North                                                                        (0)         1,087,363                             1,087,363
Parking Personnel Serv. Building                                                       1,999                                                     1,999
Parking Lot - South                                                                        (0)           869,740                               869,740
Project Lighting                                                                      86,032                                                    86,032
Roadway Curbs, Sidewalks & Parking                                                   408,270                                                   408,270
Sidewalks & Miscellaneous Improvements                                               267,970                                                   267,970
Signs & Building ID Campus                                                            13,059                                                    13,059
Solar Tronic Message Center (Marquee)                                                 45,600                                                    45,600
Structural Improvements                                                               51,226                                                    51,226
Track & Field                                                                        340,677                                                   340,677
Traffic Crossing Signal                                                               21,964                                                    21,964
Walkway Improvements                                                                 133,628                                                   133,628
Waste Disposal Services                                                               16,336                                                    16,336
Water Mains & Lines Development                                                      196,811                                                   196,811
Total Improvements Other Than Buildings                                     $      3,160,078     $     1,957,103   $      (504,203) $        4,612,978
Source: Fiscal Year 2002 Annual Financial Report




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                               CHANGED FORMAT (DON'T HAVE NEW FORMAT)
                                                              INVESTMENT IN PLANT - EQUIPMENT
                                                                For the Year Ended August 31, 2001


                                                                                 Carrying Value            Additions             Adj/Trnfrs               Deductions            Carrying Value
EDUCATION & GENERAL                                                                       31-Aug-01                                                                                   01-Sep-02
 Instruction
  College of Business Administration                                              $          360,692                                                                            $       360,692
  College of Education                                                                       918,768                                                                                    918,768
  College of Health Sciences & Human Services                                             1,273,797                                                                                   1,273,797
  College of Arts and Humanities                                                          1,194,801                                                                                   1,194,801
  College of Science & Engineering                                                       14,638,252                                                                                  14,638,252
  College of Social & Behavioral Sciences                                                    503,523                                                                                    503,523
  Division of Academic Affairs                                                            1,986,027                                                                                   1,986,027
  Division of Business Affairs                                                                  6,043                                                                                        6,043
  Division of External Affairs                                                                29,980                                                                                     29,980
  Division of Enollment & Student Services                                                   268,773                                                                                    268,773
  Office of the President                                                                       2,542                                                                                        2,542
  Library                                                                                    53,962                                                                                      53,962
        Total Instruction                                                                21,237,160                          0                        0                     0        21,237,160


 Organized Research                                                                       1,191,013                                                                                   1,191,013
 Public Service                                                                           2,173,178                                                                                   2,173,178
 Academic Support                                                                         3,394,571                                                                                   3,394,571
 Library                                                                                 19,450,738                                                                                  19,450,738
 Student Services                                                                         1,691,179                                                                                   1,691,179
 Institutional Support                                                                   10,901,945                                                                                  10,901,945
 Operation & Maintenance of Support                                                       1,573,178                                                                                   1,573,178
 Scholarships & Fellowships                                                                   17,760                                                                                     17,760
Current Fund Revenue
                  TOTAL E & G                                                            61,630,722                          0                        0                     0        61,630,722

AUXILIARY SERVICES                                                                           698,666                                                                                    698,666
AGENCY FUNDS                                                                                  5,121                                                                                       5,121
TOTAL EQUIPMENT                                                                   $      62,334,509        $             -       $                -       $             -       $    62,334,509
Note: Additions include Expenditures and Gifts. Deductions include items sold, traded in, worn out, discarded, etc.
Source: Fiscal Year 2002 Annual Financial Report




                                                               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
                                                                         (Planned/ Proposed Facilities Projects)
                                                                                                                                        Project               Anticipated             Total
    Name of Project                                                                                            CIP Approved          Authorization            Completion              Cost
    Existing-Carried Forward

Cooling Plant Upgrade-Thermal Storage                                                                                 Aug-01               May-01                   Feb-02            2,000,000
Education Complex Addition Renovation                                                                                 Nov-01                Feb-02                  Feb-04           24,350,000
Math Building Renovation                                                                                              May-99                Nov-01                  Nov-02                       3



   New Project

Academic Annex Renovation                                                                                              Jul-01                 Apr-01                Nov-01            2,000,000



   Underway - Programming, Design, or Construction

Administrative Offices Renovation                                                                                     May-01                Aug-01                  Oct-03            5,040,000
Campus Entrance/Visitor's Center                                                                                      Nov-99               May-01                    Jul-02           3,330,000
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                                                             BUSINESS & FINANCE
                                                                 ENDOWMENT FUNDS

                                                                            Fiscal Year
                                                                               1998                  1999                 2000                2001                2002
LOCAL ENDOWMENT FUNDS
  General Purpose                                                    $      12,855      $            9,772             10,414                 -                    -
  Student Aid                                                               15,587               11,997      $            529    $            258                  -
  Funds Functioning as Endowment - Restricted                                    -                     -                   -                  -                    -
Total Local Endowment Funds                                                 28,442               21,769                10,942                 258                      0


FUNDS HELD BY SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION
  General Purpose                                                         3,644,506           4,477,861              5,274,195         4,699,912             4,245,880
  Student Aid                                                             7,998,654           9,369,803             10,592,119         9,493,501             7,804,868
FUNDS FUNCTIONING AS ENDOWMENT - Restricted                               4,329,425           5,067,774              5,874,399         7,064,863             6,250,021
Total Funds Held by System Administration                                15,972,585          18,915,438             21,740,713        21,258,276            18,888,310


TOTAL ENDOWMENTS                                                         16,001,027          18,937,207             21,751,655        21,258,533            18,888,310



                                                      SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS

                                                                            Fiscal Year
                                                                               1998                   1999                2000                2001                2002
SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS
  Federal Agencies                                                                      $    14,189,415      $      14,833,180   $    16,967,731     $      11,335,048
  State Agencies                                                               (427)                  803                9,097            23,961               15,190
 Private Gifts & Grants                                                    818,112              908,435              920,930           1,358,788           1,448,252
Total Scholarships & Fellowships                                          $817,685          $15,098,653          $15,763,207         $18,350,480         $12,798,490




                             Total Endowments                                                   Total Scholarships & Fellowships
                                                                             $20,000,000
     25,000,000
                                                                             $18,000,000

                                                                             $16,000,000
     20,000,000
                                                                             $14,000,000

                                                                             $12,000,000
     15,000,000
                                                                             $10,000,000

     10,000,000                                                               $8,000,000

                                                                              $6,000,000

       5,000,000                                                              $4,000,000

                                                                              $2,000,000
             -                                                                         $0
                      1998        1999         2000   2001    2002                            1998           1999         2000         2001          2002




Source: Fiscal Year 2002 Annual Financial Report




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                                                          BUSINESS & FINANCE


                                                     FISCAL YEAR 2003 PROPOSED BUDGET
                                                     Method of Financing (Comparison with FY02 Budget)


                                                                                                                           Increase or
METHOD OF FINANCING                                                                      Budget             Budget         (Decrease)
                                                                                           2002               2003              Amount       Percentage
GENERAL REVENUE
     General Appropriations Act                                                 $    46,722,386    $     47,352,920    $        630,534           1.3%
     Higher Education Assistance Funds                                                6,081,112           6,081,112                      0        0.0%
     Article IX, Section 195 - Salary Increase                                          358,972            542,368              183,396          51.1%
     Article IX, Longevity Pay                                                          125,572            104,080               (21,492)       (17.1%)
     Article IX, Tuition Revenue Bond Debt ServiceVehicle Reduction                           0           2,229,236           2,229,236           0.0%
     Article IX, Reduction                                                                    0              (8,408)              (8,408)         0.0%
     H. B. 1839 Excellence Funding                                                       98,993            119,002               20,009          20.2%
     Transfer from Higher Education Group Insurance                                   3,840,702           4,317,717             477,015          12.4%
     Transfers From/To Another Institution:                                                                                                       0.0%
            from UTEP for Border Consortium                                             366,858             366,858                   0           0.0%
Subtotal - GENERAL REVENUE                                                           57,594,595          61,104,885           3,510,290           6.1%

ESTIMATED E & G INCOME
     Tuition                                                                         13,477,128          15,025,948           1,548,820          11.5%
     Tuition Differential                                                               460,722            475,324               14,602           0.0%
     Statutory Tuition Increases                                                        651,591            695,271               43,680           6.7%
                Less: Skiles Act                                                              0                                          0        0.0%
              Less: Texas Public Education Grants                                    (2,001,218)          2,337,216           4,338,434        (216.8%)
     Net Tuition                                                                     12,588,223          13,859,327           1,271,104           10.1%
     Student Fees                                                                        52,000             53,100                1,100           2.1%
     Overhead on Sponsored Projects                                                     400,000            400,000                       0        0.0%
     Interest on Time Deposits                                                          500,000            233,500             (266,500)        (53.3%)
   Other Income                                                                          91,700              91,700                   0           0.0%
Subtotal - ESTIMATED E & G INCOME                                                    13,631,923          14,637,627           1,005,704           7.4%


OTHER SOURCES
     Transfer from Other Funds                                                        8,204,459           4,859,352           (3,345,107)       (40.8%)
     State Grants & Contracts
                THECB-Remedial Education                                                 84,000             62,530               (21,470)       (25.6%)
                THECB-Texas College Work Study                                           40,988            201,000              160,012         390.4%
                THECB-TARP & TATP                                                       586,911             39,540             (547,371)        (93.3%)
                THECB-Fifth Year Accounting Scholarship                                  35,000             35,000                       0        0.0%
                THECB-TEXAS Grant Program                                             8,472,430           8,472,430                      0        0.0%
                THECB-Devlopment Education Pilot Program                                 24,093             12,286               (11,807)       (49.0%)
                THECB - Growth Supplement                                                     0                                          0        0.0%
            UTSA-Small Business Development Center                                       63,529             241,238              177,709          2.797
Subtotal - OTHER SOURCES                                                             17,511,410          13,923,376           (3,588,034)       (20.5%)
TOTAL RESOURCES                                                                      88,737,928          89,665,888             927,960           1.0%




Source: Fiscal Year 2002 Budget, Panam.edu/reports




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                                               BUSINESS & FINANCE
                                           GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS (FY2002 and FY2003)
                                               by Institutional Goal, Objective and Strategy
                                                                                                          FY02              FY03


GOAL A: INSTRUCTION/OPERATIONS
  A.1.1 Strategy: OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                                           $    34,242,672   $    34,242,672
   A.1.2 Strategy: TEACHING EXPERIENCE SUPPLEMENT                                                    1,343,930         1,343,931
   A.1.3 Strategy: STAFF GROUP INSURANCE PREMIUMS                                                    1,209,352         1,359,553
   A.1.4 Strategy: WORKERS COMPENSATION INSURANCE                                                     171,413           171,413
   A.1.5 Strategy: TEXAS PUBLIC EDUCATION GRANTS                                                     2,001,218         2,001,930
   A.1.6 Strategy: INDIRECT COST RECOVERY                                                             264,822           264,822
   A.1.7 Strategy: CAPITAL EQUITY & EXCELLENCE FUNDING                                                635,846          1,126,104


TOTAL FOR GOAL A                                                                                    39,869,253        40,510,425


GOAL B: INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT
  B.1.1 Strategy: E & G SPACE SUPPORT                                                                7,418,743         7,418,743
   B.1.2 Strategy: TUITION REVENUE BOND RETIREMENT                                                   2,914,781         2,908,710


TOTAL FOR GOAL B                                                                                    10,333,524        10,327,453


GOAL C: SPECIAL ITEM SUPPORT
  C.1.1 Strategy: PROF DEVELOPMENT/DISTANCE LEARNING                                                  250,000           250,000
   C.1.2 Strategy: COOPERATIVE PHARMACY DOCTORATE                                                     300,000           300,000
   C.1.3 Strategy:STARR COUNTY UPPER LEVEL CENTER                                                     150,000           150,000
   C.2.1 Strategy: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT                                                               140,278           140,278
   C.2.2 Strategy: CENTER FOR MANUFACTURING                                                           218,992           218,992
   C.2.3 Strategy: UT SYSTEM K-12 COLLABORATION                                                       175,739           175,739
   C.2.4 Strategy: TRADE & TECHNOLOGY/TELECOMMUNICATION                                               131,805           131,805
   C.2.5 Strategy: DIABETES REGISTRY                                                                  252,443           252,443
   C.2.6 Strategy: TEXAS/MEXICO BORDER HEALTH                                                         350,000           350,000
   C.3.1 Strategy: INSTITUTIONAL ENHANCEMENT                                                         7,616,054         7,616,054
   C.3.2 Strategy: TRANSITION TO COLLEGE                                                              500,000           500,000


TOTAL FOR GOAL C                                                                                    10,085,311        10,085,311


GRAND TOTAL                                                                                        $60,288,088       $60,923,189




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                            UNIVERSITY RESOURCES
                        RESEARCH AND SERVICE CENTERS

The following pages describe the Support Resources, Centers and Institutes of The University of

Texas Pan American. The following academic support units/centers report to the

●   Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs

    Library, Center for Applied Research in Education, Center for Distance Learning, Center for

    Survey Research, Center for Tourism, Center for Aging, and the Center for International

    Studies and Latin American Studies. The Coastal Studies Laboratory reports to the Dean of

    the College of Science and Engineering.

●   Enrollment and Student Services

    The Learning Assistance Center and the High School to University Services report directly to

    the Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services.

●   Office of Center Operations and Community Services (CoSERVE)

    The community-based centers and institutes are consolidated under the Office of Center

    Operations and Community Services (CoSERVE), which operates under the supervision of

    an Executive Director. The Executive Director of CoSERVE reports directly to the Vice

    President for External Affairs. CoSERVE is comprised of the Center for Entrepreneurship

    and Economic Development (CEED), the Center for Manufacturing, the Center for Local

    Government, the Small Business Development Center, the Community Outreach Partnership

    Center, and the Texas Center for Economic Transition, Mexican Business Information

    Center, National Center of Excellence, Southwest Border Nonprofit Resource Center, Rio

    Grande Valley One Stop Capital Shop, South Texas Minority Business Outreach Committee,

    the Economic Development Administration (EDA) University Center, English Language

    Institute, Women’s Empowerment Business Center, Data and Information System Center,

    Veterans Business Outreach Center, Project FORGE, Industrial Partnership Center and the

    International Trade and Technology Center.


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                                              UNIVERSITY RESOURCES
                                                    UTPA Library Statistics

                      Departments                                        97-98             98-99            99-00      00-01
Circulation Services :
                                             Total Circulation         692,489            672,720          636,208    580,121
Government Doc. Services
                                     Total Government Doc.               5,646             2,538            1,407      2,050

Instructional Services
             Number of Classes & Sessions Offered                         801               874               691       595
             Number of Students Attended Classes                         7,610             7,695             8,013     8,097
                                            Total Instructional          8,411             8,569            8,704      8,692
Interlibrary Loan Services
                     UTPA Patrons Served                                 8,386             7,959             7,065     6,378
                       Community Served                                   275               183               196       595
                  Number of Items Requested                              8,961             8,142             7,261     6,973
                   Number of Items Loaned                                4,052             4,809             4,239     4,385
                                        Total Interlibrary Loan         21,674            21,093            18,761    18,331
Media / Periodicals Services
                       Questions Answered                                47,520            34,823           37,942     40,872
                    Third Floor Attendance                              115,271           104,041           99,632    119,607
                                     Total Media/Periodicals           162,791            138,864          137,574    160,479
Reference Services
          Total Number of Various Questions Answered                    169,284            96,529           61,757     47,356
                           Attendance                                   124,531           132,820           133,119   123,998
                                              Total Reference          293,815            229,349          194,876    171,354
Special Collection Services
                        Attandance                                       2,408             2,155             3,265     3,894
                                     Total Special Collection            2,408             2,155            3,265      3,894




             800,000
                                          LIBRARY SERVICES STATISTICS
             700,000

             600,000

             500,000

             400,000

             300,000

             200,000

             100,000

                   0
                 Total Circulation                     Total Government Doc.              Total Instructional
                                 97-98                     98-99                  99-00                       00-01
                 Total Interlibrary Loan               Total Media/Periodicals            Total Reference
                 Total Special Collection




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                       RESEARCH AND SERVICE CENTERS

                                 Center on Aging and Health
                                     Dr. Elena Bastida
The Center on Aging and Health (CoAH) is a research and service unit within the College of
Social and Behavioral Sciences. It serves as a link between academic research and community
health education. The Center is dedicated to enhancing the quality of our senior citizens by
providing health education resources that contribute toward their overall health improvements
and social empowerment through research and education. The Center serves Hidalgo, Cameron,
Starr and Willacy counties. In addition it has an ongoing project in Nueces County and Corpus
Christi.

The Center administers numerous grants from federal and state sources. The National Institute
of Health, the Texas Department on Aging, the Center for Disease Control, the Department of
Housing and Urban Development, and the Alzheimer’s Association are amongst its grantors
during the last four years. Additionally, the Center has close ties with The Center for Border
Economic Studies (CBEST) and has jointly worked in advancing health projects throughout the
region. Finally the CoAH has collaborated with the Levi’s Foundation grant to CBEST in
studying the consequences of job displacement on health and, in particular, older workers.

Through the NIH grant the Center administers a longitudinal epidemiological study, known as
The Border Epidemiologic Study of Aging (BESA) over the past eight years. The TDoA grant
directs the Center to promote a computer literacy program at five senior centers in the area. The
pending HUD grant allows for health literacy education in housing units located in Edinburg.
The Levi’s Foundation grant directed a study on displaced workers from the garment industry.
The Alzheimer’s Association grant administered the Folstein Mini-mental Exam at adult day-
care centers.

In addition to this research the Center has carried out various education forums both on campus
and at senior centers. These education forums included a debate by the leading county political
parties on prescription drugs during the Presidential election of 2000. The Center organized
leading medical experts from the area to present on urinary incontinence and prostate cancer.
Through the CDC the Center designed a nutritional intervention with La Facultad de Salud y
Nutrición de la Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo Leon, Mexico at Corpus Christi.




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Furthermore, the Center has published in diverse professional journals. These include Health
Economics, 2002; Journal of Community Health Nursing, 2001; Journal of Comparative Family
Studies (2001); Journal of Mental Health and Aging (2002) and an annual chapter on drug
surveillance along the border appearing in an annual publication of the National Institute on
Drug Abuse.




                             Senior Citizens Served by
                          The Center on Aging and Health
        Fiscal Year                                Number Served
            1999           900   Survey Subjects
            2000           600   Survey Subjects
            2001           300   Prescription Drug Debate
                           650   Survey Subjects
            2002           80    Urinary Incontinence Seminar
                           115   Prostate Cancer Seminar
                           680   Folstein Mini-mental Exam
                           40    SABOR Nutritional Intervention
                           350   Survey Subjects
                           50    Computer Literacy Graduates




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                     RESEARCH AND SERVICE CENTERS

                    Center for Applied Research in Education
                            Director, Karen M. Watt
The Center for Applied Research in Education (CARE) was reorganized in 1997 with a
major emphasis on conducting research, assisting faculty and students in their research
interests, and disseminating research including dissertations completed in the Rio Grande
Valley Schools.

Schools in the Rio Grande Valley are unique, and most are doing exceptionally well in
educating low SES Mexican-American students. The Center for Applied Research in
Education serves several purposes. 1. It provides a research center to study students,
teachers, administrators and schools in the Rio Grande Valley. 2. CARE shares research
results with local school districts to improve K-12 student performance. 3. CARE provides
opportunities for graduate students and faculty to share their research statewide and
nationally.

The Center for Applied Research in Education has an advisory council comprised of
administrators from Valley schools, personnel from the Region One Education Service
Center, and individuals from the business community and private sector.

                                         MISSION

The mission of the Center for Applied Research in Education (CARE) in the College of
Education at UTPA is to continuously stimulate faculty and doctoral student research in
policy and practice that will result in an improved K-12 education in South Texas.

                                          GOALS

     1.    Conduct and support applied research in South Texas.
     2.    Disseminate research and policy to the local education community.
     3.    Facilitate the professional development of faculty and students.
     4.    Develop and secure cooperative agreements with school districts and agencies to
           conduct research and staff development.
     5.    Involve school districts in the work of CARE
     6.    Publish a CARE newsletter once a semester to disseminate to school districts.
     7.    Procure funding to support CARE, research activity, and educator preparation.
     8.    Create a library of published resources for students and faculty about CARE.




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                       RESEARCH AND SERVICE CENTERS

                            Center for International Studies
                           Associate Director, Marilu Salazar

                                   Latin American Studies
                                  Director, Gilbert Cardenas


The Center for International Studies is an office at The University of Texas-Pan American, that
facilitates and encourages campus-wide efforts to develop international programs. These include
research, publications, continuing education, faculty development and student experiences
abroad. The Center supports international initiatives among student groups, faculty, and among
agencies in the fields of health, education, government, and industry on both sides of the Texas-
Mexico border. In addition, the Center also promotes studies of other regions of the world.

The Center also provides assistance on writing proposals, setting up relations with universities in
Mexico and abroad, sponsoring multi-cultural and cross-national research, setting up academic
exchanges, forming liaisons with community groups and sponsoring presentations on Hispanic
and international issues.

One of the research projects undertaken by the Center was the Borderlife Project, a faculty-
student ethnographic research on topics related to the culture and social situation of Hispanic
border populations. It is currently publishing the Rio Bravo, a bi-national academic journal
related to social science and humanities topics along the Texas-Mexico border. The Center is
also developing a Bachelor’s Degree Program in International Studies.




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                         RESEARCH AND SERVICE CENTERS

                                  Center for Tourism Research
                                      Dr. Vern Vincent, Director


The Center for Tourism Research in the College of Business Administration is part of the
University’s outreach program designed to provide research and professional service to the
region and the state. The purpose of the center is to provide continuous evaluation of the growth
and impact of tourism in order to facilitate in the planning and development of the tourism
industry. In addition, the Center is committed to providing educational opportunities for the
University’s students by actively involving students in the research activities of the Tourism
Center.
Tourism studies targeted by the center include:

    •   Senior Travelers or "Winter Texans"
    •   Mexican National visitors to the U.S.
    •   Spring Breakers to South Padre Island
    •   Ecotourism
    •   Historic tourism
    •   Recreational tourism, and
    •   Local residents' attitudes and reactions toward tourism issues.

A variety of research-based publications, both academic and applied, covering the above topics
are produced and disseminated regionally, statewide, and nationally. Research findings are
quoted in numerous newspapers and magazines such as: The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, New
Yorker Magazine, Southwest Hotel-Motel Review, Home & Away, Des Moines Register, New
York Times, Houston Chronicle, Fort Worth Starr-Telegram, Dallas Morning News, Austin
Statesman, San Antonio Express, plus local newspapers, radio and TV. A documentary, “Border
Series,” aired numerous times over the past two years on PBS that had a 30-minute segment on
Winter Texan tourism industry in South Texas. Recent academic publications have appeared in
the Journal of Travel Research, Annuals of Tourism Research, Journal of Professional Services
Marketing, and Tourism Economics.

The Center is self-supported based on funds received annually from the Valley Chapter of the
Texas Recreational Vehicle Association, which supports the biennial Winter Visitor Report. In
addition, the Texas Parks and Wildlife, Recreation Management, LLC Cohoes, N.Y.
(SuperSplash), Valley Chamber of Commerce, City of McAllen, South Padre Island Convention
Center, Central Power and Light, and University Faculty Research Council have provided funds
to support various community research projects.




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The South Padre Island Spring Break Study and the Winter Visitor Report are the most popular
research reports provided to community businesses as well as local and state tourism agencies.
Anywhere from a 200 to 250 are distributed over a two-year period.




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                           UNIVERSITY RESOURCES
                       RESEARCH AND SERVICE CENTERS

                                   University Writing Center
                                    Director, Judy Davidson

The University Writing Center supports the writing needs of all levels of the university
community in a manner that promotes a life-long appreciation of writing among clients, that
enables students and faculty to meet their writing goals, that enhances the university’s ability to
communicate effectively and efficiently in writing with internal and external audiences, and that
contributes to the achievement of UTPA’s mission.




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                             COASTAL STUDIES LABORATORY
                            Interim Director, Mr. Donald Hockaday

                                       Mission Statement
                                    As of 14 September 1994

The University of Texas-Pan American Coastal Studies Laboratory, located on South Padre Island,
Texas, supports and fulfills the educational, research and public service missions and the
international focus of the institution by:

   •   capitalizing on its unique geographic location between the Lower Laguna Madre and the
       Gulf of Mexico, near the U.S.A./Mexico border for higher education, research, public
       education, public service, and international cooperation;

   •   providing facilities and support for research and higher education in the coastal zone of
       South Texas;

   •   engaging in organized research on the biotic communities, ecology, and processes of the
       South Texas Coastal zone.

   •   providing interpretation of coastal South Texas’ biotic communities, ecology, and
       processes to the people of the region and the state by maintaining a public display area and
       by providing technical expertise and professional guidance.

In fulfilling its mission, The University of Texas-Pan American Coastal Studies Laboratory
adheres to the Rules and Regulations of the Board of Regents of The University of Texas System
and to the Handbook of Operating Procedures of the University of Texas-Pan American.




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                            CENTER FOR SURVEY RESEARCH

                                Dr. Robert Wrinkle, Director
                        Dr. Jerry Polinard, Faculty Associate Director

The Center for Survey Research was established by the University to serve a dual purpose: train
students and faculty in survey research techniques and serve as a service facility to the LRGV
community. The Center is located in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.

The Center has a Windows NT networked configuration and uses a state of the art Computer
Assisted Interviewing (CATI) software. The Center conducts a Pulse of the Valley quarterly
report based on community responses to issues and concerns. This on-going survey project
allows the development of longitudinal data on Valley attitudes and serves as a basic resource for
both the academic and business community in the region.

CAPABILITIES OF THE CENTER:

STAFF: The Center’s professional staff is experienced in all phases and types of survey
research. The Director and Faculty Associate Director each have more than twenty-five years of
survey research background, including national, regional and local surveys. The Center also has
a cadre of trained, experienced bilingual interviewers to conduct the surveys.




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                               UNIVERSITY RESOURCES
                             STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

                                 Learning Assistance Center
                                 Richard Trevino, Director

Mission Statement

The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) of The University of Texas-Pan American is a support
component of The Division of Enrollment and Student Services. The mission of the LAC is to
support and fulfill the educational mission of the institution by fostering success of students
through an integrated program of guidance and academic assistance services. The LAC seeks to
accomplish these ends:

   •   by encouraging and facilitating student enrollment in post secondary education;

   •   by advancing student understanding of the collegiate experience and to help in the
       development of the skills and abilities to participate fully in that experience;

   •   by addressing physical, emotional and academic obstacles that interfere with student
       progress;

   •   by increasing awareness of and compliance with federal, state and institutional
       requirements;

   •   by offering assistance in academic, personal, and career choices to facilitate achievement
       of educational goals;

   •   by promoting student fulfillment of degree and program requirements through the
       provision of academic support programs and services that reinforce and supplement the
       instructional programs of the institution.




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                                              UNIVERSITY RESOURCES
                                            STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
                                                   Learning Assistance Center

Learning Assistance Category
                                                                     1998-99     1999-00   2000-01   2001-02   2001-02
I. Tutorial Learning Centers
                       Students                                           3988      4432     4467      4489      4489
                         Hours                                           52778     49418    60160     61053     61053
                    Hrs. / Students                                       13.2      11.2     13.5      13.6      13.6
    A. Sciences
                       Students                                            740       762     1241       874       874
                         Hours                                            6829      5873     7362      8229      8229
                    Hrs. / Students                                        9.2       7.7      5.9       9.4       9.4
    B. Writing
                       Students                                           1219      1170     2321      1924      1924
                         Hours                                            7354      9747    10553     10553     10553
                    Hrs. / Students                                        6.0       8.3      4.5       5.5       5.5
    C. Mathematics
                       Students                                           1523      1387     1210      1539      1539
                         Hours                                           21795     23367    22142     26630     26630
                    Hrs. / Students                                       14.3      16.8     18.3      17.3      17.3
    D. Hist/Pols/Span/French
                       Students                                           1415      1852     1562      1302      1302
                         Hours                                            5930      9922     5762      5721      5721
                    Hrs. / Students                                        4.2       5.4      3.7       4.4       4.4
   E. Reading
                       Students                                           444        467      454       430       430
                         Hours                                           6869       7677     5627      5628      5628
                    Hrs. / Students                                      15.5       16.4     12.4      13.1      13.1
   F. Computer Asst. Inst.
                       Students                                           298        320      320       317       317
                         Hours                                           3944       4390     4264      4291      4291
                    Hrs. / Students                                      13.2       13.7     13.3      13.5      13.5
II. Counseling/Advisement
                       Students                                           7350      7052     5883      6090      6090
                         Hours                                           13281     11048     7595      8186      8186
                    Hrs. / Students                                        1.8       1.6      1.3       1.3       1.3
    A. Individual
                       Students                                           7294      6880     5661      5859      5859
                         Hours                                           10049      8122     5816      6016      6016
                    Hrs. / Students                                        1.4       1.2      1.0       1.0       1.0
   B. Group Activities
                       Students                                           2260      2814     1946      2122      2122
                         Hours                                            3205      2926     1778      2162      2162
                    Hrs. / Students                                        1.4       1.0      0.9       1.0       1.0
                                                   Academic Year
                                   GRAND TOTAL (Tutoring, Counseling and Advisement)
                               Students                              8,951     8,836        8,643     8,881     8,881
                                 Hours                             66,548     66,264       69,097    70,618    70,618
                            Hrs. per student                            7.4       7.5          8.0       8.0       8.0
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                              STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
                                 Learning Assistance Center




                                    Student Attendance

           9000     8951
                                       8836                                   8881
           8900
Students




           8800
           8700                                               8643
           8600
           8500
           8400
                   1998-99           1999-00                 2000-01         2001-02
                                                  Years




                                   Hours of Attendance

           72000                                                             70618
           70000                                              69097
Hours




           68000     66548             66264
           66000
           64000
                    1998-99           1999-00                2000-01         2001-02
                                                   Years




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                          UNIVERSITY RESOURCES
                       STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

           Center for Distance Learning and Teaching Excellence
                                 Doug Young, Director

Mission
The Center for Distance Learning (CDL) and Teaching Excellence exists to provide
services and facilities that promote, support, and integrate web-based education at the
University of Texas-Pan American.

Vision
The University of Texas-Pan American is committed to offering high quality courses
using the World Wide Web. Such courses shall maintain high levels of academic rigor
equal to those delivered in the traditional classroom. They are targeted to the population
in the Rio Grande Valley, but are available to others. Excellence shall be created and
maintained by the application of a rigorous program of faculty training, technical support,
and sound pedagogical practice.

History
One of the many challenges faced by UTPA, since its founding in 1927, has been to
provide higher education access to the people of a bicultural, international borderland that
includes the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas, and the Northeastern regions of Mexico.

In responding to that challenge, the University made a commitment years ago to embrace
technology as a primary means of reaching out to this geographically, and culturally
diverse population.

Today, The University Of Texas-Pan American is recognized as a leader in the use of
telecommunication to deliver quality higher education programming to its predominantly
Hispanic service area. Approximately one-third of the student population uses distance
learning to some degree in their academic classes.




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                                                  UNIVERSITY RESOURCES
                                                STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
                                                    Center for Distance Learning
Academic Courses
WebCT Academic Courses
                                                    WA/RS                                                         OL
                              # Courses           # Students          # Professors           # Courses        # Students        # Professors
Summer II 2002                        22                   887                    14                      0            0                       0
Summer I 2002                         31                   847                   14                       7          130                       6
Summer II 2001                        13                   455                     9                      0            0                       0
Summer I 2001                         12                   420                     9                      1           35                       1
Summer I &II 2000                       6                  210                     5                      1           35                       1
            Subtotal                  84                2,819                    51                       9          200                       8

Spring 2002                              103                 3605                    46                 19             665                     12
Spring 2001                               72                 2662                    36                  6              77                      3
Spring 2000                               38                 1330                    22                  3             105                      3
                Subtotal                 213                7,597                   104                 28             847                     18

Fall 2002                                 124               4340                      64                 21            735                  15
Fall 2001                                  70               2450                      32                  7            245                   6
Fall 2000                                  44               1540                     NA                   5            175                   4
Fall 1999                                   1                  35                      1                  4            140                   4
                Subtotal                  239              8,365                      97                 37         1,295                   29
                 TOTAL                   536              18,781                    252                 74          2,342                  55
WA- Web Augmented (traditional courses using elements of WebCT)
RS- Reduced Seat (Traditional courses meeting fewer times traditionally with greater use of WebCT)
OL- Completely Online NA-Not available

Faculty Training                                                                                              CDL Helpdesk
Teaching Online in
Higher Education
(online faculty
workshop)                        FY 00               FY 01                 FY 02                FY 03         Number of requests         Num
English                                                                                                       FY 2003 (as of 10/22/02)      73
           UTPA faculty                     0                   35                    24                 41   Summer II 2002                18
           Other faculty                    0                   20                    37                 99   Summer I 2002                 24
Spanish                                                                                                       Spring 2002                   77
           UTPA faculty                     0                    0                     0                  0   Fall 2001                    142
           Other faculty                    0                    0                    20                 20   Summer II 2001                47
                                                                                                              Summer I 2001                 16
Introduction to                                                                                               Spring 2001                  108
WebCT (classroom-                                                                          FY 03 (as of       Fall 2000                    101
based workshop)                  FY 00               FY 01                 FY 02            11/23/02)

  UTPA faculty trained                     31                   22                    28                  9
  Other faculty trained                     3                    0                     0                  0

Request Method
                                           E-mail                       Telephone             Walk-in
                                Student             Faculty
FY 2003 (as of 10/22/02                    89                 269                   108                 125
FY 2002                                  1008          NA                           320          NA
FY 2001                                   727          NA                           250          NA
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               Division of Enrollment and Student Services
                            High School to University Services
                                  Susie Miller, Director

High School to University Services promotes educational excellence in local
public schools by providing University resources and services to support a wide
variety of programs and activities. These initiatives are designed to encourage
high school students to pursue challenging coursework and attain high levels of
academic achievement that will prepare them for success in college and beyond.

The Concurrent Enrollment program allows academically talented high school
juniors and seniors to enroll in University courses and receive college credit.
Concurrent Enrollment opportunities are offered through both distance learning
and on-campus attendance programs. The “High School to University Program,”
which makes tuition incentives available to qualified students from participating
school districts, has contributed to the growing number of Concurrent
Enrollments at UT Pan American.

 Academic       1997-1998            1998-1999          1999-2000    2000-2001          2001-2002
   Year
   Total
Concurrent            167              372                646              748            969
Enrollments


In cooperation with the College Board, the department sponsors Advanced
Placement Summer Institutes in a wide variety of academic disciplines. These
intensive five-day training sessions prepare high school and middle school
teachers to teach Advanced Placement and Pre-AP courses.

AP Summer
 Institutes     1996           1997       1998            1999      2000         2001       2002
 Number of
 institutes       4             11           18            23        20           26         31
  offered
 Number of
  teacher        59            269           502          578       501          638        580
participants

UT Pan American supports the Advanced Placement Program by offering a wide
range of AP credit to entering freshmen and also promotes student participation
in both the AP Program and Concurrent Enrollment through the University
Scholars four-year tuition and fees scholarship.




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The Training for Educators program offers in-service training opportunities for
professionals and paraprofessionals employed in the field of education. Non-
credit courses, workshops, and certificate programs are available for teachers,
administrators, counselors, substitute teachers, and others.

   Training for          1999-2000            2000-2001           2001-2002
    Educators
    Number of              1589                 2089                 2571
   participants

Texas Scholars, an initiative of the Texas Business and Education Coalition,
encourages secondary students to enroll in challenging courses and to graduate
under the Recommended High School Program. UT Pan American supports
Texas Scholars by serving as a resource for Rio Grande Valley school districts
and business participants and by providing informational materials and incentives
for students.

ESS Design Services provides computer graphic design services for all
departments in the Enrollment and Student Services division. During the 2001-
2002 academic year, nearly 150 brochures, pamphlets, flyers, posters, and other
informational and promotional items were produced to support a wide range of
UT Pan American programs, services, and special events.




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                              UNIVERSITY RESOURCES
                          RESEARCH AND SERVICE CENTERS

                               DIVISION OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS
                                      CoSERVE CENTERS

The Office of Center Operations and Community Services (CoSERVE) is the public service unit
under the Division of External Affairs at The University of Texas - Pan American and it serves
as a national model for economic and community development providing education, training,
and professional expertise to local, state, national, and international communities to improve the
quality of life and foster innovative solutions to economic challenges.

There are 23 public service outreach centers under the auspices of CoSERVE. These centers
fall under 6 divisions, namely, Business Services, Community Services, Data Services,
Manufacturing Services, Economic Development, and Workforce Development.

                                    BUSINESS SERVICES

                           Rio Grande Valley One Stop Capital Shop
The Rio Grande Valley One Stop Capital Shop (OSCS) has been in existence since May of 1996.
The role of the OSCS is to create, retain and grow businesses and jobs within the federally
designated empowerment zone areas. The OSCS provides access to free technical and business
assistance as well as access to capital for entrepreneurs and small businesspersons by linking the
resources of business and economic development entities. With this in mind, the OSCS has
established offices in Port Isabel, Rio Grande City, La Villa, Mercedes and Sebastian.

The OSCS provides various training seminars in the empowerment zone areas. These training
sessions range from entrepreneurship to an introduction to Electronic Commerce. The
counselors provide one-on-one counseling on the creation of business plans, loan application
packaging and other business areas. The counselors are also trained on the Community
Investment Fund loan application package of the Rio Grande Valley Empowerment Zone
Corporation in addition to other micro lenders in the area such as the Rural Development &
Finance Corp. Mentoring is also available through the Service Corps of Retired Executives
(SCORE).

The OSCS is a partnership with the Rio Grande Valley Empowerment Zone Corporation, the
U.S. Small Business Administration, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Levi
Strauss Foundation and the Office of Center Operations & Community Services of The
University of Texas-Pan American. The OSCS is proud to have been named a recipient of the
Vice President’s Hammer Award for having “reinvented the process of providing business and
technical assistance.”




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                                  RIO GRANDE VALLEY
                                  EMPOWERMENT ZONE




                            Small Business Development Center
The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has been in existence since July 1985. The
SBDC is a sub-center of The University of Texas- San Antonio Regional SBDC Office. The
SBDC’s mission is to help build strategically minded and technologically sophisticated small and
medium enterprises capable of competing in globally competitive markets. The SBDC is
spearheading an initiative to assist businesses that want to utilize the Internet and other
Electronic Commerce issues in cooperation with the San Antonio Electronic Commerce
Resource Center.

Training on various topics including starting, growing and managing your own business is
available. The wide range of topics allows clients to choose the training that they need. The
SBDC also works closely with bankers, chambers of commerce and other entities to identify
potential clients. Since 1985, the SBDC has counseled over 9,300 clients and assisted in over
$80 million in capital formation.

The SBDC is a project of the U.S. Small Business Administration, The State of Texas and Office
of Center Operations & Community Services of The University of Texas-Pan American.

                              Clients Served by SBDC
                    FY 2001
                    Clients                                650
                    Training Sessions                       83
                    # Seminar Attendees                  1,018
                    FY 2002
                    Clients                              1,043
                    Training Sessions                       93
                    # Seminar Attendees                    981




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                  South Texas Minority Business Opportunity Committee
South Texas Minority Business Opportunity Committee (MBOC) has been in existence since
August 1996. The mission of the South Texas MBOC is to facilitate opportunities for minority
entrepreneurs in the areas of procurement and International Trade by actively involving its
members in efforts that will increase and expand business opportunities and growth. The South
Texas MBOC provides a vital link between corporations, government agencies and the minority
enterprise while promoting partnerships and economic development among the public and
private sector.

The South Texas MBOC assists with linking the minority entrepreneur with minority
certification agencies, bid contracting technical assistance centers and potential buyers. Several
events are held each year to help accomplish these linkages such as the Procurement Seminars,
Maquiladora Trade Shows, MED Week activities and Electronic Commerce workshops.

The South Texas MBOC is a project of the Minority Business Development Agency of the U.S.
Department of Commerce, Rio Grande Valley Empowerment Zone Corporation and the Office
of Center Operations & Community Services of The University of Texas-Pan American.

                               Clients Served by MBOC
                    FY 2001
                    Clients                                   150
                    Training Sessions                          25
                    # Seminar Attendees                       307
                    # of Trade Missions                         4
                    FY 2002
                    Clients                                   150
                    Training Sessions                          25
                    # Seminar Attendees                       307
                    # of Trade Missions                         4


                          Women’s Empowerment Business Center
The Women’s Empowerment Business Center (WEBC) opened its doors for business in October
1998. The WEBC’s mission is to assist women entrepreneurs in the Rio Grande Valley by
providing quality business and technical assistance focused on their unique economic and
societal needs. The center’s special focus is on micro and home based businesses.

For new entrepreneurs, training is provided on various topics such as Entrepreneurship,
Marketing, Management, Bookkeeping, and Business Plans. Some training and all counseling is
available in both Spanish and English. This allows the entrepreneur to feel comfortable with
their language of choice. The WEBC also coordinates its financing alternatives with various
micro lenders in the Valley such as Accion Texas and the Rural Development & Finance Corp.
The Women’s Empowerment Business Center (WEBC) is funded by the Office of Women’s
Business Ownership of the U.S. Small Business Administration, the Rio Grande Valley
Empowerment Zone Corporation, Office of Center Operations & Community Services of The
University of Texas-Pan American, SBC Foundation and the Levi Strauss Foundation.



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                              Clients Served by WEBC
                    FY 2001
                    Clients                                   263
                    Training Sessions                          54
                    # Seminar Attendees                       578
                    FY 2002
                    Clients                                   277
                    Training Sessions                          54
                    # Seminar Attendees                       578

                           Veterans Business Outreach Center
Four Veterans’ Business Outreach Centers (VBOC) were funded during the initial Requests for
Proposals. Each VBOC provides technical assistance to service-disabled veterans within a
region of the U.S. Small Business Administration. The University of Texas-Pan American’s
VBOC is responsible for Region VI which includes Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico
and Oklahoma.

The mission of the Veterans’ Business Outreach Center is to help create, retain and develop
businesses across Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico and Oklahoma by coupling service-
disabled veterans with local SBA sponsored technical and managerial assistance. The center
received funding from the U.S. Small Business Administration in late September 1999.

VBOC serves as a clearinghouse of business and technical assistance for veterans within SBA’s
Region VI. The center networks with SBA district offices and its partners, such as the SBDCs,
Women’s Business Centers, SCORE, OSCS and BICs across the five-state region to provide
training and one-on-one counseling geared towards service-disabled veterans. The VBOC also
provides veterans with the ability to receive counseling via e-mail.

The Veterans’ Business Outreach Center is a project of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s
Office of Veterans Affairs and the Office of Center Operations and Community Services
(CoSERVE) at The University of Texas-Pan American.

                              Clients Served by VBOC
                    FY 2001
                    Clients                                   326
                    FY 2002
                    Clients                                   223

                                        Project Forge
Project FORGE is a partnership effort between the United States Department of Agriculture
(USDA) and The University of Texas-Pan American. Project FORGE supports the common
goals of these two organizations – supporting sound development of rural communities and
providing economic opportunities for farm and rural residents.

Project FORGE provides business training and technical assistance to existing and start-up
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Texas. To better serve the rural areas of the Rio Grande Valley, Project FORGE maintains
several office locations throughout the Valley. Services include:
• Assistance with USDA agricultural and rural programs
• Internet and computer training in rural areas
• Rural business planning and start-up assistance
• Business plan and financial projections development
• Loan application assistance
• Loan packaging assistance
• Identification of financing sources

                             Rural Cooperative Development Center
The Rural Cooperative Development Center provides business training and technical assistance
to existing and start-up cooperatives, cooperative members, and member businesses. To better
serve rural cooperatives in the South Texas region, the Center maintains several office locations
throughout South Texas. Services include:

   •   Cooperative start-up and business technical assistance
   •   Cooperative marketing assistance
   •   Internet & computer training
   •   Rural business planning and start-up assistance
   •   Business plan and financial projections development
   •   Loan application assistance
   •   Loan packaging assistance
   •   Identification of financing sources

                    Clients Served by Project FORGE & Rural Co-op
                    FY 2002
                    Clients                                  5,369
                    Training Sessions                          343
                    # Seminar Attendees                      2,335



                                  COMMUNITY SERVICES

                             Community Outreach Partnership Center
The Community Outreach Partnership Center (COPC) was established initially to assist colonia
(rural ghettos) residents with micro-enterprise development. Since then, the COPC has changed
its focus to assist colonia residents with their housing and home ownership requirements.

The COPC focuses on linking homeowners and potential homebuyers with rehab services and
affordable housing providers in the Valley. Currently, the COPC is focusing their efforts in all
Hidalgo County. A special project in the Madero and Granjeno colonias in Mission has also
been funded.

Homebuyer training workshops are offered by COPC on a regular basis. Residents are requested
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Each potential homebuyer can request for a counselor to review their current economic position
and recommend the proper affordable housing entity that would meet their needs.

The COPC is funded by the Fannie Mae Foundation and the U.S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development. The Mission project is funded by Project Access, through the City of
Mission.

                              Clients Served by COPC
                    FY 2000
                    Clients                                   243
                    FY 2001
                    Clients                                   207
                    FY 2002
                    Clients                                   240

                               National Center Of Excellence
The National Center of Excellence (NCE) at UTPA is funded by the United States Department of
Agriculture (USDA). This center supports USDA's mission by serving as the foundation for
community and economic capacity building by providing technical assistance and training to
representatives of the Rio Grande Valley Empowerment Zone, other rural communities and the
USDA Rural Development field staff.

NCE provides leadership training and grant writing seminars to the communities in the Rio
Grande Valley Empowerment Zone. NCE also helps communities with strategic planning
sessions.

NCE has developed a Community Network called EmpowerNET in the Rio Grande Valley
Empowerment Zone. This community network provides rural residents technological tools and
training to learn more, get better jobs, and build quality communities. This community network
can be accessed at www.empowernetonline.org

                        Southwest Border Nonprofit Resource Center
In the summer of 1997, thanks to funding from the Meadows, Levi Strauss, Southwestern Bell
and Trull Foundations, the Southwest Border Nonprofit Resource Center (SBNRC) was
established in the Rio Grande Valley. The SBNRC serves as a catalyst for sustainable, long-term
development of non-profit organizations in the Rio Grande Valley and South Texas. It is
advancing its mission by providing funding information, training, technical assistance and
consulting services designed to build viable and efficient nonprofit organizations in the Valley.
The SBNRC concentrates its efforts in three program areas: Funding Research Resources;
Technical Skills Training; and Philanthropic Organizations’ Network.

During its four years of existence, the SBNRC has become an integral part of the South Texas
nonprofit community. Its highly dedicated staff is committed to providing quality programming
and resources that meet the needs of South Texas charities and nonprofit organizations. This
staff leverages its own resources with those of The University of Texas-Pan American and
community resources. The Center maintains a close working relationship with a number of
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South Texas region. This has had the effect of bringing a new hope and vibrancy to the Valley’s
nonprofit community – a community that for so long had neither the resources with which to
build capacity nor the knowledge with which to attract funders’ interest to this region.

                                         Clients Served by
                            Southwest Border Non-Profit Resource Center
                           FY 2000
                           Clients                                     658
                           FY 2001
                           Clients                                     679
                           FY 2002
                           Clients                                     907

                                      DATA SERVICES

                           Data & Information Systems Center
The Data and Information Systems Center (DISC) is an affiliate of the Texas State Data Center
and a member of the Texas Centers for Border Economic and Enterprise Development.

DISC provides data and mapping services to the 19 southernmost counties of Texas, namely,
Aransas, Bee, Brooks, Cameron, Duval, Hidalgo, Jim Hogg, Jim Wells, Kenedy, Kleberg, Live
Oak, McMullen, Nueces, Refugio, San Patricio, Starr, Webb, Willacy, and Zapata.

DISC houses data not only from the U.S. Census Bureau but also from various other state and
federal agencies. The staff at DISC specializes in computerized mapping using state-of-the-art
GIS (Geographic Information Systems). DISC publishes the Annual Labor Market Information
report highlighting the key industries and targeted occupations in the Rio Grande Valley.

DISC serves over 50 clients each month. Clients range from school/college students and
academicians to small businesses, banks, cities, churches, consulting firms, and economic
development corporations.

                                   Census Information Center
In September 2000, The University of Texas-Pan American was designated as a Census
Information Center (CIC) by the Commerce Department’s Census Bureau. The CIC augments
the Census Bureau’s ongoing efforts to disseminate data to the general public. The CIC program
is the community-based component of the Census Bureau’s Data Dissemination Network. While
census data are readily available on the Census Bureau’s web site, in the 12 permanent Regional
Offices, 1400 Federal Depository Libraries, and 1800 state and local government agencies
participating in the State Data Center Program, the CICs provide access to local communities
that might not have access through these traditional channels.

The service area of the CIC program at UT-Pan American is the Rio Grande Valley’s 4-county
region. The population of this region is approximately one million. The CIC program at UTPA
is geared towards providing access and understanding of the value and uses of census data in the
Hispanic dominated region of the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Seminars are conducted to



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explain what census data means for local communities and how it can be used for the benefit of
the communities.

                             Mexican Business Information Center
In July 1996, The University of Texas – Pan American (UTPA) signed a first-of-its-kind
agreement with the Mexican Instituto Nacional de Estadística Geografía e Informática (INEGI).
As a result, the University’s Office of Center Operations and Community Services (CoSERVE),
through the Mexican Business Information Center (MBIC), became one of the only three
distribution points for Mexican statistical, demographic, and geographic data in the United
States. The agreement facilitates the free exchange of extremely valuable information, which
will provide a statistical basis for continued economic and social growth opportunities in both
countries.

MBIC provides Mexican demographic and economic information to businesses, public officials,
and the community in general. MBIC also provides data on maquiladoras.

                                         Clients Served by the
                                        Data Services Division
                                   FY 2000
                                    Clients                    661
                                   FY 2001
                                    Clients                    677
                                   FY 2002
                                    Clients                    689

                         ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

                   Center For Entrepreneurship & Economic Development
The Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CEED) was established in 1986 at
The University of Texas-Pan American with a grant from the Meadows Foundation. The CEED
serves as a catalyst for business and economic development, job creation and income growth
through the provision of a broad range of education and technical assistance activities targeted to
businesses, public officials, economic development organizations, and the community.

The CEED is organized around three program areas: business development, economic
development and special projects. The CEED's comprehensive computerized socio-economic
data base serves the region's information needs to identify, evaluate and realize business and
economic development opportunities.

The CEED receives financial support from various sources including Housing Urban
Development (HUD), the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development
Administration (EDA) and NTIA, the State of Texas, private foundations such as the Meadows
Foundation, the Levi Strauss Foundation, and the Ford Foundation and private contributors. The
CEED receives project specific funds from federal and state agencies such as the U.S. Small
Business Administration, EDA and the Texas Department of Agriculture. The CEED also earns
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                                  EDA University Center
The EDA University Center at The University of Texas-Pan American was established in 1997
with a grant from the Economic Development Administration of the U.S. Department of
Commerce. The University Center serves as a catalyst to assist distressed communities in
achieving their long-term competitive economic potential through the strategic investment of
resources.

The EDA University Center, in collaboration with other CoSERVE programs, provides technical
assistance to local units of government, economic and community development corporations,
businesses and industries located in distressed rural communities in the Lower Rio Grande
Valley of Texas. These include:

·    Development of Strategic Plans
·    Commercial/Downtown Revitalization Planning
·    Development of Revolving Loan Funds
·    Prepare State Enterprise Zone/Foreign Trade Zone Project Applications
·    Development of Small Business Incubators
·    International Trade Missions
·    Tourism Development
·    Export Promotion
·    Regional Economic Development Activities

The Center also conducts market studies, industrial park feasibility studies, economic impact
analysis, community profiles, and economic base studies.

                                      Projects Conducted by the
                                      EDA University Center
                           FY 2000
                           Clients                                      45
                           FY 2001
                           Clients                                      37
                           FY 2002
                           Clients                                      48

                               Center For Local Government
The mission of the Center for Local Government (CLG) is to improve the effectiveness and
responsiveness of local governments in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas by providing an array of
educational programs, applied research and other services. The Center will fulfill its mission
through the following goals:

·    Civic Involvement
·    Professional Development
·    Leadership Training
·    Regionalism
·    Internationalization

The center provides its clients with services such as:


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· Educational Programs to general public participation in their government and to improve the
  professional development of elected and appointed officials.
· Applied Research on regional issues such as colonias, health, housing, international trade,
  transportation, technology and water.
· Other services such as conferences; interactive communications or providing Internet access to
  local governments; and other special projects can be developed for individual clients based on
  their particular needs.

                          International Trade And Technology Center
The mission of the International Trade and Technology Center (IT2) is to globally promote the
region and state as an international commercial center. The IT2 promotes international trade and
business development in foreign markets utilizing state-of-the-art information technology
infrastructure.

The Economic Development Administration (EDA) of the U.S. Department of Commerce
provided a $2.25 million grant to The University of Texas - Pan American to help build the $3.1
million International Trade and Technology Center. The IT2 Building has 21,505 gross square
feet. The IT2 Building houses some of the major components of The Office of Center
Operations and Community Services (CoSERVE).

                       Center For Border Economic Studies (CBEST)
The Center for Border Economic Studies (CBEST) at The University of Texas-Pan American is
a public policy research unit dedicated to the study of problems unique to the U.S./Mexico
border economy.

CBEST-affiliated scholars conduct policy-oriented research in four key areas of importance to
the border region:

    1.   regional economic development and trade;
    2.   labor market and immigration;
    3.   health and environmental policy; and
    4.   information technology.

The Center was established in October 2001, when the Economic Development Administration
(EDA) of the United States Department of Commerce approved a financial assistance award to
support "the creation of a community-based public policy studies center that will focus on
sustainable economic development of the Texas-Mexico border region."


                                 MANUFACTURING SERVICES

The Manufacturing Services Division of CoSERVE was created to coordinate Manufacturing
activities for the universities outreach effort for South Texas. The Center for Manufacturing, the
Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center, and the Industrial Partnership Center were all combined
into the division. The division’s internal mission is to offer assistance to the engineering
programs at the university. The assistance includes, but is not limited to recruitment, securing research


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projects, providing internships for students, and assisting with real world experience for students. The
division’s external mission is to provide assistance to established and prospective manufacturers through
the utilization of services available from all the centers, and from academic industrial, governmental and
private sources. The division’s area of service through the Texas Manufacturing’s Assistance Center, a
national institute of standards and technology funding grant includes Corpus Christi, Laredo, and the
Lower Rio Grande Valley. Seven offices are maintained throughout the region. All of the Division’s
employees represent the University and its mission in outreach to the public.

                                         Clients Served by the
                                     Manufacturing Services Division
                             FY 2002
                             APICS Training                    43 Companies
                             Computer Certification              42 Trainees
                             Manufacturing Services            19 Companies
                             Technical Assistance              23 Companies

             INTERNATIONAL & WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT CENTER

The mission of the International & Workforce Development is to provide educational opportunities for
business and industry, professionals, government agencies, public and private schools, universities and
the general public through high quality training programs. The center is committed to the creation of high
quality training programs, assisting existing economic development and service centers, and meeting the
workforce development needs of employers.

The International Workforce Development Center provides effective and comprehensive training
programs that will increase a business' profitability and competitiveness by enhancing the skills of its
employees, keeping up with changing technology, promoting teamwork, and increasing productivity.

                                       English Language Institute
The mission of the English Language Institute (ELI) is to provide English language instruction to
students, professionals and other individuals whose first language is not English; to enhance ESL
students' ability to participate successfully in an American cultural environment; and to academically
prepare students whose goal is to pursue a degree at an American university.

The English Language Institute provides six levels of proficiency. The ELI provides a comprehensive
curriculum and offers a variety of audio and videotapes that help students practice and improve their
speaking and listening skills. A placement test is administered to all entering students and placed
accordingly. Upon successfully completing a level, the student earns a Certificate of Completion and is
promoted to the next level. The ELI's objective is to have students master each level and ultimately
prepare and pass the TOEFL examination.

ELI offers both Intensive and Semi-Intensive Programs. The training is conducted at The University of
Texas-Pan American and at the Hidalgo Center. The ELI has highly experienced instructors possessing
native English language proficiency, knowledge of a second language, Bachelor or Master's degrees in
teaching English or related field and three to 20 years experience teaching ESL in the U.S. and abroad.




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                                      COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

In response to our reader survey, the comparative analysis has been designed to allow comparisons
of UTPA's enrollment, workload and other attributes with those of peer institutions within the State
of Texas.

In order to ensure that we have compared oranges with oranges, all of the information contained in
this section of the Fact Book has come from one source: the Texas Higher Education Coordinating
Board. The THECB maintains three resources from which we gathered the data. The more traditiona
Statistics Books were utilized for the older data. The hard-to-reach data came from the THECB PREP
system. PREP is an on-line data base report retrieval system. Finally, the most recent and yet to be
published material was obtained via the THECB's World Wide Web site. The Statistical Report is now
on-line, much like this Fact Book. Unfortunately, at the time of printing we were unable to receive more
up to date information. We will strive in the future to get the most current information available.
There are six sections to this chapter:

                ● Enrollment by level, gender and ethnicity

                ● Retention and Completion statistics

                ● Degrees awarded

                ● Faculty demographics and ratios

                ● Facilities and Assignable Space

                ● Financial Aid


The following institutions were selected for peer review:

                ● Sam Houston State University

                ● Southwest Texas State University

                ● Stephen F. Austin State University

                ● Texas Southern University

                ● Texas A & M Kingsville

                ● UT - Arlington

                ● UT - Brownsville

                ● UT - El Paso

                ● UT - San Antonio
These institutions were selected for their: proximity to UTPA and, therefore, their popularity as an
alternative selection by Valley students, size, size of minority population, size of Hispanic population
and program offerings. Clearly, not all institutions met ALL the criteria. Those meeting two or more of
the criteria were selected.




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                                                                COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
                                                                    Undergraduate Enrollment

Institution                             Fall 1997                   Fall 1998                Fall 1999             Fall 2000              Fall 2001
                                          #            %∆            #            %∆           #           %∆           #        %∆          #         %∆

UT - Pan American                   11,280           -3.0%      10,744           -4.8%   10,924            1.7%   11,186        2.4%    11,971         7.0%
Sam Houston State                   11,671            1.4%      11,206           -4.0%   11,142           -0.6%   11,167        0.2%    11,631         4.2%
Southwest Texas State               18,201           -1.3%      19,094            4.9%   19,432            1.8%   20,048        3.2%    21,046         5.0%
Stephen F. Austin State             11,245            3.6%      11,277            0.3%   11,081           -1.7%   10,692       -3.5%    10,667        -0.2%
Texas Southern                       5,655          -10.7%       4,714          -16.6%    4,880            3.5%    5,944       21.8%     7,261        22.2%
Texas A & M Kingsville               4,851           -3.4%       4,777           -1.5%    4,635           -3.0%    4,816        3.9%     5,003         3.9%
UT - Arlington                      15,441           -6.8%      14,844           -3.9%   15,266            2.8%   15,449        1.2%    16,330         5.7%
UT - Brownsville                     1,882           -4.3%       1,902            1.1%    2,032            6.8%    2,406       18.4%     2,660        10.6%
UT - El Paso                        12,855           -2.3%      12,545           -2.4%   12,533           -0.1%   12,955        3.4%    13,642         5.3%
UT - San Antonio                    15,415           -0.5%      16,212            5.2%   16,416            1.3%   16,707        1.8%    17,599         5.3%



                                                                         Graduate Enrollment

Institution                             Fall 1997                   Fall 1998                Fall 1999             Fall 2000              Fall 2001
                                          #            %∆            #            %∆           #           %∆           #        %∆          #         %∆

UT - Pan American                     1,757          25.3%       1,449          -17.5%    1,384           -4.5%    1,574        13.7%    1,669         6.0%
Sam Houston State                     1,496          67.5%       1,061          -29.1%    1,047           -1.3%    1,181        12.8%    1,354        14.6%
Southwest Texas State                 1,558         -39.5%       2,045           31.3%    1,717          -16.0%    2,375        38.3%    2,471         4.0%
Stephen F. Austin State                 779          77.9%       1,038           33.2%    1,246           20.0%      761       -38.9%      842        10.6%
Texas Southern                        2,596          12.0%       1,436          -44.7%      578          -59.7%      942        63.0%      858        -8.9%
Texas A & M Kingsville                1,271           0.7%       1,300            2.3%    1,016          -21.8%    1,126        10.8%    1,145         1.7%
UT - Arlington                        4,442         -13.0%       3,396          -23.5%    3,700            9.0%    4,975        34.5%    4,850        -2.5%
UT - Brownsville                        666         -10.1%         562          -15.6%      416          -26.0%      751        80.5%      834        11.1%
UT - El Paso                          2,631           4.0%       2,144          -18.5%    1,740          -18.8%    2,269        30.4%    2,578        13.6%
UT - San Antonio                      1,282         -39.9%       1,975           54.1%    1,901           -3.7%    2,123        11.7%    2,284         7.6%



                                                                           Total Enrollment

Institution                             Fall 1997                   Fall 1998                Fall 1999             Fall 2000              Fall 2001
                                          #            %∆            #            %∆           #           %∆           #        %∆          #         %∆

UT - Pan American                   12,501           -1.4%      12,373           -1.0%   12,570            1.6%   12,760        1.5%    13,640         6.9%
Sam Houston State                   12,702            1.1%      12,203           -3.9%   12,214            0.1%   12,348        1.1%    12,985         5.2%
Southwest Texas State               20,652           -0.6%      21,477            4.0%   21,765            1.3%   22,423        3.0%    23,517         4.9%
Stephen F. Austin State             12,056            3.2%      12,119            0.5%   11,938           -1.5%   11,453       -4.1%    11,525         0.6%
Texas Southern                       7,310           -8.3%       6,316          -13.6%    6,522            3.3%    6,886        5.6%     8,119        17.9%
Texas A & M Kingsville               6,048           -1.1%       5,935           -1.9%    5,832           -1.7%    5,942        1.9%     6,148         3.5%
UT - Arlington                      19,286           -6.1%      18,662           -3.2%   19,149            2.6%   20,424        6.7%    21,180         3.7%
UT - Brownsville                     2,568           -2.1%       2,594            1.0%    2,822            8.8%    3,157       11.9%     3,494        10.7%
UT - El Paso                        15,176           -1.4%      14,677           -3.3%   14,695            0.1%   15,224        3.6%    16,220         6.5%
UT - San Antonio                    17,494           -0.3%      18,391            5.1%   18,608            1.2%   18,830        1.2%    19,883         5.6%
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                                         5,000
                                                 10,000
                                                                      15,000
                                                                               20,000
                                                                                        25,000
               UT - Pan American



               Sam Houston State



           Southwest Texas State



           Stephen F. Austin State



                  Texas Southern



           Texas A & M Kingsville




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                  UT - Brownsville
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                     UT - El Paso



                 UT - San Antonio
                                                          Fall 2001
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                                                          Fall 1999
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                                                                COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
                                                                  Headcount of Hispanic Students

Institution                             Fall 1997                   Fall 1998                Fall 1999             Fall 2000                 Fall 2001
                                          #    % of TTL              #      % of TTL           #     % of TTL           # % of TTL              #    % of TTL

UT - Pan American                   10,735           85.9%       10,449         84.5%     10,502         83.5%    10,695       83.8%      11,589           0.0%
Sam Houston State                      949            7.5%          977          8.0%      1,021          8.4%     1,085        8.8%       1,179           0.0%
Southwest Texas State                3,724           18.0%        3,891         18.1%      3,967         18.2%     4,108       18.3%       4,249           0.0%
Stephen F. Austin State                569            4.7%          595          4.9%        616          5.2%       645        5.6%         694           0.0%
Texas Southern                         309            4.2%          329          5.2%        350          5.4%       310        4.5%         318           0.0%
Texas A & M Kingsville               3,798           62.8%        3,676         61.9%      3,594         61.6%     3,690       62.1%       3,777           0.0%
UT - Arlington                       4,704           24.4%        1,669          8.9%      1,873          9.8%     2,212       10.8%       2,246           0.0%
UT - Brownsville                     2,124           82.7%        2,215         85.4%      2,399         85.0%     2,781       88.1%       3,059           0.0%
UT - El Paso                        10,038           66.1%        9,888         67.4%     10,027         68.2%    10,588       69.5%      11,239           0.0%
UT - San Antonio                     7,092           40.5%        7,797         42.4%      8,223         44.2%     8,498        3.3%       9,059           0.0%



                                                                    Headcount of Male Students

Institution                             Fall 1997                   Fall 1998                Fall 1999             Fall 2000                 Fall 2001
                                          #    % of TTL              #      % of TTL           #     % of TTL           # % of TTL              #    % of TTL

UT - Pan American                    4,949           40.0%        5,283         42.0%      5,263         41.2%     5,282        0.4%       5,563           5.3%
Sam Houston State                    5,283           43.3%        5,343         43.7%      5,254         42.5%     5,167       -1.7%       5,422           4.9%
Southwest Texas State                8,269           38.5%        9,603         44.1%      9,690         43.2%     9,829        1.4%      10,230           4.1%
Stephen F. Austin State              4,921           40.6%        5,204         43.6%      5,079         44.3%     4,730       -6.9%       4,770           0.8%
Texas Southern                       2,392           37.9%        2,744         42.1%      2,864         41.6%     2,996        4.6%       3,605          20.3%
Texas A & M Kingsville               2,555           43.0%        3,001         51.5%      2,968         49.9%     3,016        1.6%       3,034           0.6%
UT - Arlington                      11,433           61.3%        8,993         47.0%      9,145         44.8%     9,447        3.3%      10,049           6.4%
UT - Brownsville                       676           26.1%          953         33.8%      1,032         32.7%     1,139       10.4%       1,258          10.4%
UT - El Paso                         5,985           40.8%        6,804         46.3%      6,785         44.6%     6,929        2.1%       7,330           5.8%
UT - San Antonio                     7,040           38.3%        8,308         44.6%      8,317         44.2%     8,326        0.1%       8,886           6.7%



                                                                           SCH Production

Institution                             Fall 1997                   Fall 1998                Fall 1999             Fall 2000                 Fall 2001
                                          #            %∆            #            %∆           #          %∆            #       %∆              #           %∆

UT - Pan American                  133,432           -1.1%      131,820          -1.2%   134,839          2.3%   135,359   -100.0%                       -100.0%
Sam Houston State                  151,857            0.0%      146,218          -3.7%   144,846         -0.9%   147,251   -100.0%                       -100.0%
Southwest Texas State              240,940            0.3%      252,486           4.8%   256,874          1.7%   262,914   -100.0%       Info            -100.0%
Stephen F. Austin State            152,640            3.6%      153,206           0.4%   151,229         -1.3%   143,488   -100.0%       not             -100.0%
Texas Southern                      87,605           -7.2%       73,202         -16.4%    77,920          6.4%    81,906   -100.0%     available         -100.0%
Texas A & M Kingsville              68,190           -2.2%       66,925          -1.9%    65,284         -2.5%    66,673   -100.0%                       -100.0%
UT - Arlington                     196,650           -4.9%      193,580          -1.6%   198,289          2.4%   206,085   -100.0%                       -100.0%
UT - Brownsville                    17,524           -2.4%       17,012          -2.9%    18,278          7.4%    22,094   -100.0%                       -100.0%
UT - El Paso                       161,407           -1.7%      159,307          -1.3%   160,228          0.6%   165,516   -100.0%                       -100.0%
UT - San Antonio                   181,983            1.4%      190,502           4.7%   193,567          1.6%   195,699   -100.0%                       -100.0%
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                                        COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

                                                  2001
                                                  1999 Hispanic Students
      UT - San Antonio

          UT - El Paso

       UT - Brownsville

         UT - Arlington

 Texas A & M Kingsville

       Texas Southern

Stephen F. Austin State

Southwest Texas State

    Sam Houston State

    UT - Pan American

                         -   2,000        4,000             6,000             8,000            10,000      12,000   14,000




                                                     2001
                                                     1999 Male Students
      UT - San Antonio

          UT - El Paso

       UT - Brownsville

         UT - Arlington

Texas A & M Kingsville

       Texas Southern

Stephen F. Austin State

Southwest Texas State

   Sam Houston State

    UT - Pan American

                      -        2,000               4,000             6,000             8,000            10,000      12,000




                                                    1999 SCH Production
                                                    2001
      UT - San Antonio

          UT - El Paso

       UT - Brownsville

         UT - Arlington

 Texas A & M Kingsville

       Texas Southern

Stephen F. Austin State

Southwest Texas State

    Sam Houston State

    UT - Pan American

                         -        0
                               50,000                 0
                                                  100,000           150,000
                                                                        1                  1
                                                                                      200,000                1
                                                                                                        250,000          1
                                                                                                                    300,000




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                                                             COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
                                                              Undergraduate Degrees Awarded

Institution                                 AY97                  AY98                 AY99              AY00               AY01
                                             #        %∆          #        %∆          #        %∆        #       %∆         #       %∆

UT - Pan American                      1,224         -0.6%    1,336        9.2%    1,330       -0.4%   1,340      0.8%   1,431      6.8%
Sam Houston State                      1,932         -0.3%    2,003        3.7%    2,023        1.0%   2,103      4.0%   2,007     -4.6%
Southwest Texas State                  3,331          7.3%    3,215       -3.5%    3,345        4.0%   3,418      2.2%   3,571      4.5%
Stephen F. Austin State                1,819         -1.7%    1,811       -0.4%    1,808       -0.2%   1,772     -2.0%   1,774      0.1%
Texas Southern                           696         -2.9%      690       -0.9%      612      -11.3%     506    -17.3%     461     -8.9%
Texas A & M Kingsville                   686          1.8%      661       -3.6%      649       -1.8%     708      9.1%     691     -2.4%
UT - Arlington                         2,795         -1.7%    2,773       -0.8%    2,