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					Acknowledgements
       The Fact Book would not have been possible without the time and effort of many people on campus who have helped to make
this possible. The Data Council which was appointed by Dr. Ambrosino, the Fact Book Committee (a sub-committee of the Data
Council) and many offices on campus who supplied valuable data and advice about what to include in this document. We hope that
this document will serve as a quick reference in finding the most commonly requested information about many different areas at
UTSA.

       Throughout the Fact Book contact information has been included regarding the various data presented so that other data may
be requested from the offices who have provided it. This will allow for more in depth information to be obtained by interested parties.




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                                  The University of Texas at San Antonio Fact Book for Fall 2006

Acknowledgements................................................................... 1                Faculty and Staff Information................................................. 78
UTSA History and General Information................................... 4                                All Faculty Members and Teaching Assistants .................. 78
  Current UTSA Vision and Mission ...................................... 4                               FTE of All Faculty Members and Teaching Assistants ...... 81
  Current University of Texas System Regents....................... 5                                    Instructional Faculty* Members and Teaching Assistants . 84
  Current UTSA Executive Officers........................................ 5                              FTE of Instructional Faculty and Teaching Assistants ....... 87
  Written History of UTSA...................................................... 6                        All Faculty Rank by Ethnicity ............................................ 90
  Chronology of UTSA............................................................ 8                       UTSA Staff Information by EEO Category........................ 92
  What’s New at UTSA? ....................................................... 10                     Downtown Campus Profiles ................................................... 97
  UTSA Presidents and Dates of Service .............................. 12                                 Downtown Student Information ......................................... 97
Student Enrollment ................................................................. 15                  Downtown Faculty Information.......................................... 99
  Demographics of Students Enrolled ................................... 15                               Downtown Course Information ........................................ 101
  Students Enrolled by Residence Category.......................... 25                               Financial and Facilities Information ..................................... 104
  Fall 2006 College Structure Enrollment ............................. 27                                FY 2002 to 2006 Annual Financial Report....................... 104
  Student FTE ........................................................................ 39                UTSA Endowment Market Value..................................... 109
New Student Information and Success ................................... 41                               Sponsored Program Funds ................................................ 110
  First Time Undergraduates Applied, Accepted, and Enrolled                                              Student Financial Aid ....................................................... 112
  ............................................................................................. 41       UTSA Facilities Information ............................................ 116
  First Time Full Time Undergraduate Information .............. 42                                   Selected University Resources and Community Involvement
  Full Time Transfer Undergraduate Information ................. 47                                  ............................................................................................... 120
  First Time and Transfer Part Time Undergraduate                                                        The Tomás Rivera Center ................................................. 122
  Information ......................................................................... 48               UTSA Involvement in the Community............................. 126
  UTSA First Time Full Time Cohort Information ............... 50                                    Definitions and Abbreviations by Section: ........................... 132
  Degrees Awarded by Year .................................................. 57                      Index of Tables: .................................................................... 135
Courses Taught at UTSA ........................................................ 65
  Courses by Level and Course Type .................................... 65
  Courses by Level and Tenure Status................................... 69
  Courses by Level and Tenure Status................................... 69
  Number of Courses by Class Size....................................... 73
  Courses by College ............................................................. 74
  Student to Faculty Ratio...................................................... 76


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UTSA History and General Information
Current UTSA Vision and Mission

Vision
The University of Texas at San Antonio is creating the future of Texas by developing leaders for
a multicultural society and by building innovative partnerships that will transform the economy
of the region.

Mission
The University of Texas at San Antonio is a premier public institution of higher education with a
growing national and international reputation. Renowned as an institution of access and
excellence at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, UTSA is committed to research,
discovery, learning, and public service. UTSA embraces the multicultural traditions of Texas,
serves as a center for intellectual and creative resources, and is a catalyst for the economic
development of Texas.




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Current University of Texas System Regents
  James R. Huffines, Chairman              Judith L. Craven

   Rita C. Clements, Vice Chairman               Robert A. Estrada

   Cyndi Taylor Krier, Vice Chairman             Brian J. Haley

   John W. Barnhill, Jr.                         Colleen McHugh

   H. Scott Caven, Jr.                           Robert B. Rowling

See http://www.utsystem.edu/bor/ for the most up to date information.

Current UTSA Executive Officers

President: Ricardo Romo, Ph.D.

Provost: Rosalie N. Ambrosino, Ph.D.


Interim Vice President for Student Affairs: Kevin Price

Vice President for Business Affairs: Kerry L. Kennedy

Vice President for University Advancement: Sonia Martinez

Vice President for Research: Robert W. Gracy, Ph.D.

Vice President for Community Services: Jude Valdez, Ph.D.

See http://www.utsa.edu/directory/administrativeOffices.cfm for the most up to date information.




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Written History of UTSA
       Founded by the 61st Texas Legislature on June 5, 1969, UTSA was commissioned as a
university of the first class, offering bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees as are customarily
offered at leading American universities. When UTSA was established, San Antonio was the
only major city in the area not served by a public university.

       City leaders, legislators and the public knew that if San Antonio were to achieve its full
potential as a city, a university would be needed to offer a comprehensive array of courses and
degree programs.

        The University’s first two presidents, Arleigh B. Templeton and Peter T. Flawn, worked
diligently to hire a faculty, develop a curriculum and library, and finalize the plans for the new
campus, which was to be built on 600 acres of land just south and west of the junction of
Interstate 10 and Loop 1604. At the time of its construction, between 1972 and 1976, the UTSA
campus was the largest university construction project in the country, comprising seven major
buildings.

       UTSA’s first official class was humble by comparison with today’s figures. In the
summer of 1973, UTSA admitted 671 graduate students to degree programs in leased facilities in
the Koger Center. There were 52 faculty. Master’s degrees were offered in business
administration, education, bicultural-bilingual studies, English as a second language,
environmental management, Spanish, biology, and mathematics and systems design. By
September 1973, graduate enrollment had grown to 1,113.

       UTSA experienced a period of rapid enrollment growth throughout the 1980s while
James W. Wagener served as president. New buildings were added and degree programs
developed as the campus began to take on much of its present character. In 1990, UTSA’s fourth
president, Samuel A. Kirkpatrick, began a new phase of UTSA’s history by initiating a
comprehensive strategic planning process and securing funds for construction of buildings.

        In 1999, Ricardo Romo became UTSA’s fifth president and ushered in a new era of
community involvement and academic excellence. A native of San Antonio, Romo expanded the
University’s commitment to providing access to quality higher education, while he guided the
UTSA community to increase integration of the three campuses: 1604, Downtown and the
Institute of Texan Cultures.

       The University now offers more than 120 degree programs, including doctorates in
anthropology; applied demography; applied statistics; biomedical engineering; business
administration; cell and molecular biology; chemistry; computer science; counselor education
and supervision; culture, literacy and language; educational leadership; electrical engineering;
English; environmental science and engineering; neurobiology; and physics.

        This fall, 3,801 graduate students and 24,578 undergraduates were enrolled for a record
total of 28,379 students. UTSA is increasingly becoming a university of first choice for students
from Texas and around the country.




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        The University has had 55 Fulbright Scholars, and 98 percent of the tenured or tenure-
track faculty have doctorates or terminal degrees in their fields. UTSA was awarded more than
$50 million last fiscal year for research expenditures and other sponsored programs.

       In 2004, as UTSA celebrated its 35th anniversary, two important new facilities opened at
the 1604 Campus: the Main Building, which provides the University with more classroom,
laboratory and administrative office space; and Chaparral Village at UTSA, a student housing
complex that brings the number of students living on campus to 3,000. Also in 2004, the
University reached a land swap agreement with the City of San Antonio to increase the size of
the Downtown Campus.

        The University continues to grow. In February 2006, UTSA dedicated its new
Biotechnology, Sciences and Engineering Building, which is one of the largest and most
sophisticated science facilities at any institution of higher education in Texas. The $84 million
complex will figure prominently in the University’s transformation into the state’s next premier
research institution. As part of that vision, UTSA has plans for $265 million in construction over
the next four years. The University recently received funding from the Texas Legislature for an
$82 million building for the College of Engineering, where enrollment has grown more than 90
percent in six years. Additional construction projects include the new Laurel Village housing
complex and expansions to the Recreation and Wellness Center and University Center.




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Chronology of UTSA (http://www.utsa.edu/about/History/)
       Founded by the Texas Legislature in 1969, UTSA now offers access and opportunity for
27,291 students. UTSA has come a long way in just 36 years. Administrative offices for the first
UTSA president, Arleigh B. Templeton, were set up in 1970 in Hemisfair Park, and architects
Ford, Powell and Carson Inc. began developing a conceptual master plan for the campus.

The '70s
       In 1973 Peter T. Flawn was appointed UTSA's second president. By this time, more than
670 students had enrolled in graduate level courses taught by 52 faculty members.

        UTSA's earliest students attended college at the Koger Center, an office park. Master's
degrees were offered in business administration, education, bicultural-bilingual studies, English
as a second language, environmental management, Spanish, biology, mathematics and systems
design. Thirty-eight degree programs were approved for the school.

       In 1973 construction began on UTSA's original campus, now known as the 1604
Campus, on a 600-acre tract in the rolling foothills of San Antonio's northwest side. As
enrollment grew, five colleges—Business, Fine and Applied Arts, Sciences and Mathematics,
Humanities and Social Sciences, and Multidisciplinary Studies—opened in 1975. In 1976 the
John Peace Library Building, which also served as the new administration building, opened.

The '80s
        James W. Wagener was named UTSA president in 1978. In the 1980s four new colleges
were put in place and new undergraduate programs were offered in civil, mechanical and
electrical engineering. Later in the decade, the College of Sciences and Mathematics was
reorganized to form the College of Sciences and Engineering. Also, UTSA's athletics teams
began competing as San Antonio's only NCAA Division I sports program.

       More than 12,000 students enrolled at UTSA in this era. A recital hall, university center
and the first on-campus residence—Chisholm Hall—opened. The Institute of Texan Cultures
also became a part of UTSA during this period. Samuel A. Kirkpatrick became the fourth UTSA
president in 1990.

The '90s
       UTSA began offering classes downtown in the Institute of Texan Cultures, and as
enrollment increased, the university began looking for a new location. Bill Miller Bar-B-Q
Enterprises purchased the Fiesta Plaza site for the new campus. The Texas Legislature-funded
South Texas Border Initiative (which provided $352.4 million for new educational programs and
buildings at 19 universities in the South Texas border region) allocated $71.5 million to UTSA,
with $20 million stipulated for the Downtown Campus.

        The 11-acre Downtown Campus was dedicated in fall of 1997 and now has four
academic buildings. A growing number of undergraduate and graduate degrees can be completed
on-site at the Downtown Campus. Other facilities constructed or opened during the 1990s
included the Engineering- Biosciences Building, Business Building, a campus visitor center, and
a computer lab. The student-centered University Center has tripled its original size.


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2000 and Beyond
       Ricardo Romo became UTSA's fifth president in 1999 and was the first Hispanic
president in the university's 30-year history. Academic reorganization the following year
included a move to six colleges—Business, Education and Human Development, Engineering,
Liberal and Fine Arts, Sciences, and Public Policy. A College of Architecture ,Honors College
and The Graduate School were subsequently developed.

       New construction and additions to the campuses recently begun or completed include the
Downtown Campus Durango Annex, home of the UTSA Institute for Economic Development; a
$19.3-million Recreation and Wellness Center and Child Development Center; and the Main
Building, a $52 million facility located just east of the John Peace Library Building on the 1604
Campus.

       Completion of UTSA's $83.7 million Biotechnology, Sciences and Engineering Building
is scheduled for 2005. Chaparral Village, a $45 million, 1,000-bed student housing project,
opened Fall 2004. The complex, one of UT System's largest, includes several three-story
buildings with one- and two-bedroom units and a dining facility.

        In addition to the educational advantages UTSA offers, its economic impact directly and
indirectly produces more than $1 billion in annual business activity in Texas, including more
than 6,500 jobs and $200 million in personal income. Purchases by UTSA in FY 2004 totaled
more than $30.8 million, with $6.5 million or 21 percent designated or obtained from historically
underutilized business (HUB) vendors. The university currently has 3,899 employees.

        UTSA has a goal to become a doctoral/research intensive institution (at least 20 doctoral
degrees a year in at least three disciplines) by 2007 and a doctoral/research extensive institution
(at least 50 doctoral degrees a year in at least 15 disciplines) by 2015. As the premier
doctoral/research university of South Texas and as a Hispanic-serving institution, UTSA will
continue to provide educational opportunities for the underrepresented population of the region
at the highest level of excellence.




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Interesting UTSA Today Headlines for 2006:
        UTSA and SAISD open Early Childhood Development Center, Jan. 27 http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/01/navarroded.cfm
        Nevil Shed's college basketball career featured in Disney Movie "Glory Road" http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/02/shed3.cfm
        UTSA Career Services receives recruitment award http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/02/vector.cfm
        College of Business MBA program ranked in Top 10 for minority students http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/02/mba.cfm
        UTSA hosts "Apprentice" Casting Call in San Antonio http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/03/apprentice2.cfm
        UTSA hosts first national cyber-security competition http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/04/cyberdefense.cfm
        UT System to launch Public Television Series http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/04/tv.cfm
        Students select new student government leaders http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/04/elections2.cfm
        UTSA Concert Choir and Lyric Theatre leave for European Tour http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/05/choir.cfm
        UTSA Students wins $25 million on television show http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/05/hykes.cfm
        Mobile Go Center Helps close education Gaps http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/05/gocenter.cfm
        18th doctoral program added in Business Administration/Marketing http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/05/degrees.cfm
        May 2006 commencement activities streamed live over the internet http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/05/webcast.cfm
        Every wonder about who wears what at commencement? Regalia 101 http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/05/regalia.cfm
        19th doctoral program added in Anthropology http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/07/doctorate.cfm
        Faculty, staff invited to March 24 summit on graduation rates http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/03/graduation.cfm
        First group of Terry Scholars arrive at UTSA http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/08/terry.cfm
        Masters of Public Administration earns national accreditation http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/08/mpa.cfm
        Center for Archeological Research receives state curation certification
http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/09/CARcertification.cfm
        UTSA on-campus residents boost high GPAs http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/09/gpa.cfm
        Child Development Center earns accreditation http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/09/childdev.cfm
        UTSA Launches 10-year strategic planning initiative http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/11/focus2.cfm

What’s New at UTSA?
      New Buildings
            UTSA celebrates opening of $84 million BSE Building on February 10 http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/02/bse.cfm
            Board of Regents approve funding for UTSA campus expansion http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/08/funds.cfm

       New Hires
             Robert Gracy named vice president for research http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/03/gracy.cfm
             Rosalie Ambrosino named UTSA Provost http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/04/ambrosino.cfm



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         John McGowan to head Information Technology http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/06/mcgowan.cfm
         Mauli Agrawal named College of Engineering Dean http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/08/agrawal.cfm

Events
        Great Conversation! Scholarship Event raises $125,000 http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/03/conversations.cfm
        ITC Asian Festival celebrates Year of the Dog http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/02/asianfest.cfm
        35th annual Texas Folklife Festival was June 8-11, 2006 http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/05/folklife3.cfm
        UTSA listed in top-10 best university for minority students http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/06/rank.cfm
        Alumni Association Scholarship Dinner set for August 19 http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/07/gala2.cfm
        President's Scholarship and Awards dinner raises $3.1 million on October 17, 2006
http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/10/dinner.cfm


Athletic Achievements
       UTSA names Brooks Thompson men's basketball coach http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/04/thompson.cfm
       UTSA Athletics celebrates 25 years http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/02/25.cfm
       UTSA Golfer wins men's SLC championship http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/04/elizondo.cfm
       UTSA captures SLC men's all-sport trophy http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/05/allsports.cfm
       UTSA Student names SLC Student Athlete of the Year http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/06/wolfe.cfm
       UYSA Athletic Director Lynn Hickey Honored http://www.utsa.edu/today/2006/06/hickey.cfm




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UTSA Presidents and Dates of Service
(http://www.utsa.edu/about/History/UTSAPresidents.htm)

Ricardo Romo (1999-present)
       Ricardo Romo continues to lead UTSA as its fifth president. During Romo’s first five
years, student enrollment increased 45% to more than 27,300 students in fall 2005. He has
overseen a building program that includes a $54 million academic and administrative building, a
$20 million recreation and wellness facility, an $84 million biotechnology, sciences and
engineering building and a 1,000-bed Olympic village-style student-housing complex.

        Romo, a San Antonio native, earned his undergraduate degree in history at UT Austin
while on a track scholarship. He earned a masters in history from Loyola Marymount University
and a Ph.D. in history from UCLA. Before joining UTSA as president, Romo taught at
California State University at Northridge and UC San Diego. He returned to Texas in 1980 to UT
Austin as a professor of history and later vice provost for undergraduate education before leaving
to direct the Texas office of the Tomas Rivera Center, housed at Trinity University.

Samuel A. Kirkpatrick (1990-1999)
       During Sam Kirkpatrick’s tenure as the fourth president of UTSA, demand for higher
education in San Antonio and the surrounding South Texas area increased. The Texas Higher
Education Coordinating Board recognized UTSA as the state’s fastest-growing public university.
Additionally, UTSA became one of the most comprehensive Hispanic serving institutions in the
nation contributing significantly to the proportion of Hispanics with university degrees. Starting
in 1993, the University began a series of major building projects, including the UTSA downtown
campus, and the 1604 campus Business Building, Biosciences Building and expansion of the
University Center. Under Kirkpatrick’s guidance, the UTSA added 26-degree programs, over
200 tenured and tenure track faculty and offered its first two doctoral degrees.

       Kirkpatrick earned an undergraduate degree in education from Shippensburg University
and a masters and Ph.D. in political science from Pennsylvania State University

        He served as dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University
just prior to joining UTSA.

James W. Wagener (1978-1990)
        When James Wagener became UTSA’s third president, the University was exploding
with enrollment. In fall 1979, just three months after the 1604 campus opened, the student body
nearly reached 10,000. In the beginning of Dr. Wagener’s tenure, the University formed its first
sorority and fraternity, created the Alumni Association, and University athletics joined the
NCAA Division 1. In 1986, the Institute of Texan Cultures became part of the University, the
University Center opened, the first residential facility, Chisholm Hall opened, and the UTSA
Small Business Development Center, now known as the Institute for Economic Development,
was created.

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and a masters in English and a Ph.D. in history and philosophy of education from UT Austin. He
joined UTSA after serving as acting dean at the UTHSC and assistant to the chancellor for
academic affairs and assistant vice chancellor for academic programs for the UT System.

Peter T. Flawn (1973-1978)
        UTSA’s second president, Peter Flawn took a hands-on approach to managing the new
university as soon as he came on board and was a familiar figure on the construction site of the
new campus. Dr. Flawn was president when the first UTSA classes were held at the Koger
Executive Center during the summer of 1973. Flawn oversaw many milestones during his five-
year tenure including receiving the first shipment of 120,000 books for the UTSA library,
presiding over the first commencement ceremony in 1974 when degrees were awarded to 82
students, and being instrumental in the University receiving full accreditation for graduate
programs by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

        Flawn earned an undergraduate degree from Oberline College and a masters and Ph.D. in
geology from Yale University. Flawn joined UTSA after serving 24 years at UT Austin first as a
research scientist and geologist in the university’s bureau of economic geology, and then as
director of the division of Natural Resources and the Environment and university vice president
and executive vice president for academic affairs.

Arleigh B. Templeton (1970-1973)
       As the first president of UTSA, Dr. Templeton began his tenure in July 1970 when the
university was little more than an idea. By the time he left in late 1972, construction had begun
on the first seven buildings. The UTSA campus was, at that time, the largest new university
under construction in the United States. While President, Dr. Templeton secured continuing
operating revenues, hired the first faculty and staff and won approval for 38 initial degree
programs.

       Templeton earned his undergraduate degree from Sam Houston State and a masters and
Ph.D. in education from the University of Houston. Templeton dedicated his career to Texas
education, first as a high school Principal and later as Superintendent of Schools for several
school systems before serving as President of Sam Houston State University immediately
preceding his tenure at UTSA.




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Student Enrollment
The student enrollment information comes from the Coordinating Board Enrollment Report (CBM001) and the students’ major comes
from the Banner system. The college information is for the current college structure, meaning that the organization of the Colleges is
based on the departments which were in each college in Fall 2006. For more information please contact the Office of Institutional
Research at (210) 458-4706.
Demographics of Students Enrolled
Number of Students Enrolled by Classification
                         Fall 2002          Fall 2003            Fall 2004         Fall 2005*          Fall 2006
Classification          #         %        #         %          #         %        #        %         #        %
Freshmen             4,894      22.23    6,199     25.13     6,561      25.07    6,784    24.86     7,428 26.17
Sophomore            3,425      15.56    3,695     14.98     4,122      15.75    4,324    15.84     4,587 16.16
Junior               3,978      18.07    4,217     17.10     4,652      17.77    5,049    18.50     5,068 17.86
Senior               6,432      29.22    6,511     26.40     6,924      26.45    7,230    26.49     7,315 25.78
Post-Bac              515        2.34     620       2.51      278        1.06     476      1.74      340      1.20
Masters              2,618      11.89    3,203     12.99     3,349      12.79    3,062    11.22     3,217 11.34
Doctoral              154        0.70     220       0.89      289        1.10     366      1.34      424      1.49
Total                22,016 100.00 24,665 100.00 26,175 100.00 27,291 100.00 28,379 100.00
*Students affected by Hurricane Katrina are not included in the Fall 2005 Enrollment

Semester Credit Hours* by Classification
                       Fall 2002           Fall 2003              Fall 2004          Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Classification      SCH         %       SCH          %         SCH         %      SCH         %    SCH       %
Freshmen           61,382     26.07    79,770      29.65      83,168     28.95   87,244     29.04 95,230 30.23
Sophomore          40,606     17.25    44,407      16.51     49,769      17.33   51,749     17.23 55,250 17.54
Junior             45,965     19.52    49,513      18.40      54,577     19.00   59,022     19.65 58,987 18.72
Senior             67,524     28.68    70,564      26.23      74,801     26.04   77,433     25.77 79,667 25.29
Post-Bac            2,540      1.08     3,272       1.22       2,171      0.76    3,001      1.00  2,139    0.68
Masters            16,162      6.86    19,829       7.37      20,561      7.16   19,158      6.38 20,610    6.54
Doctoral            1,254      0.53     1,687       0.63      2,207       0.77    2,814      0.94  3,172    1.01
Total             235,433 100.00 269,042 100.00 287,254 100.00                   300,421 100.00 315,055 100.00
*Semester Credit Hours are based on the student’s level, not the course level




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Number of Students Enrolled by Gender
               Fall 2002          Fall 2003           Fall 2004           Fall 2005            Fall 2006
Gender        #         %        #         %         #         %         #         %         #         %
Female     12,170     55.28   13,429     54.45    14,230     54.36    14,645     53.66    15,156      53.41
Male       9,846      44.72   11,236     45.55    11,945     45.64    12,646     46.34    13,223      46.59
Total      22,016     100.00  24,665     100.00   26,175     100.00   27,291     100.00   28,379     100.00

Semester Credit Hours by Gender
               Fall 2002          Fall 2003           Fall 2004           Fall 2005          Fall 2006
Gender      SCH         %       SCH        %        SCH        %        SCH        %     SCH         %
Female     127,673     54.23  144,215     53.60    153,817 53.55       158,983    52.92 165,807     52.63
Male       107,760     45.77  124,827     46.40    133,437 46.45       141,438    47.08 149,248     47.37
Total      235,433    100.00  269,042    100.00    287,254    100      300,421 100.00 315,055      100.00

Number of Students Enrolled by Course Load
                         Fall 2002        Fall 2003         Fall 2004         Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Course Load              #       %       #        %        #        %        #        %      #        %
Part Time Students    7,618     34.60  7,903     32.04   8,187     31.28   8,495     31.13 8,734    30.78
Full Time Students    14,398 65.40 16,762 67.96          17,988 68.72      18,796 68.87 19,645 69.22
Total                 22,016 100.00 24,665 100.00        26,175 100.00     27,291 100.00 28,379 100.00

Semester Credit Hours by Course Load
                         Fall 2002     Fall 2003      Fall 2004      Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Course Load            SCH       %   SCH       %    SCH       %    SCH       %    SCH       %
Part Time Students    46,778 19.87 48,542 18.04 51,868 18.06 54,530 18.15 56,524 17.94
Full Time Students   188,655 80.13 220,500 81.96 235,386 81.94 245,891 81.85 258,531 82.06
Total                235,433 100.00 269,042 100.00 287,254 100.00 300,421 100.00 315,055 100.00




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Number of Students Enrolled by Level and Course Load
Number of Undergraduate Students Enrolled by Course Load
                     Fall 2002           Fall 2003        Fall 2004        Fall 2005        Fall 2006
Course Load*       #         %         #         %      #         %      #         %      #         %
Part Time        5,295     28.27%    5,085     24.66% 5,515     24.78% 5,863     25.07% 6,094 24.98%
Full Time        13,434 71.73% 15,537 75.34% 16,744 75.22% 17,524 74.93% 18,304 75.02%
Total            18,729 100.00% 20,622 100.00% 22,259 100.00% 23,387 100.00% 24,398 100.00%

Number of Post-Bac Students Enrolled by Course Load
                     Fall 2002          Fall 2003               Fall 2004            Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Course Load**      #         %        #         %             #         %          #         %         #         %
Part Time         446      86.60%    496      80.00%         155      55.76%      343      72.06%     246      72.35%
Full Time          69      13.40%    124      20.00%         123      44.24%      133      27.94%      94      27.65%
Total             515     100.00%    620     100.00%         278     100.00%      476     100.00%     340     100.00%

Number of Masters Students Enrolled by Course Load
                     Fall 2002          Fall 2003                Fall 2004           Fall 2005            Fall 2006
Course Load**      #         %        #         %              #         %         #         %          #         %
Part Time        1,846     70.51%   2,256     70.43%         2,429     72.53%    2,177     71.10%     2,238 69.57%
Full Time         772      29.49%    947      29.57%          920      27.47%     885      28.90%      979      30.43%
Total            2,618 100.00% 3,203 100.00%                 3,349 100.00%       3,062 100.00%        3,217 100.00%

Number of Doctoral Students Enrolled by Course Load
                       Fall 2002             Fall 2003           Fall 2004             Fall 2005         Fall 2006
Course Load**        #          %          #         %         #         %          #          %       #         %
Part Time            31      20.13%       66       30.00%     88       30.45%     112        30.60%   156      36.79%
Full Time           123      79.87%       154      70.00%     201      69.55%     254        69.40%   268      63.21%
Total               154     100.00%       220     100.00%     289     100.00%     366       100.00%   424     100.00%
*For Undergraduates full time is considered 12 hours or more
**For Post-Bacs, Masters, and Doctoral students 9 hours and above is considered full time




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Number of Students Enrolled by Ethnicity
                                         Fall 2002     Fall 2003     Fall 2004      Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Ethnicity                                #       %     #       %     #       %     #        %     #         %
White                                  9,143 41.53 10,062 40.79 10,621 40.58 10,810 39.61 11,298          39.81
African American                       1,229    5.58 1,367    5.54 1,596    6.10 1,816     6.65 2,029      7.15
Hispanic                              10,121 45.97 11,226 45.51 11,874 45.36 12,323 45.15 12,446          43.86
Asian or Pacific Islander               962     4.37 1,131    4.59 1,218    4.65 1,407     5.16 1,625      5.73
American Indian or Alaskan Native       95      0.43  124     0.50  133     0.51  135      0.49  138       0.49
International                           466     2.12  755     3.06  730     2.79  786      2.88  795       2.80
Unknown                                  0      0.00   0      0.00   3      0.01   14      0.05   48       0.17
Total                                 22,016 100.00 24,665 100.00 26,175 100.00 27,291 100.00 28,379 100.00


Semester Credit Hours by Ethnicity
                                         Fall 2002      Fall 2003       Fall 2004       Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Ethnicity                              SCH       %    SCH       %    SCH        %    SCH        %    SCH       %
White                                 96,077 40.81 108,947 40.49 115,937 40.36 118,742 39.53 126,577 40.18
African American                      13,658    5.80 15,393    5.72 18,071     6.29 20,717     6.90 23,260    7.38
Hispanic                             108,164 45.94 121,315 45.09 129,093 44.94 133,222 44.35 134,241 42.61
Asian or Pacific Islander             11,320    4.81 13,682    5.09 14,591     5.08 17,100     5.69 20,177    6.40
American Indian or Alaskan Native     1,019     0.43 1,448     0.54 1,511      0.53 1,580      0.53  1,625    0.52
International                          5,195    2.21  8,257    3.07  8,021     2.79  8,985     2.99  8,817    2.80
Unknown                                  0      0.00    0      0.00    30      0.01    75      0.02   358     0.11
Total                                235,433 100.00 269,042 100.00 287,254 100.00 300,421 100.00 315,055 100.00




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                                              Percentage of Minority and Non-Minority Enrollment
      Percentage of Total Enrollment

                                       100%

                                       80%

                                       60%                                                            Minority
                                       40%                                                            Non-Minority

                                       20%      44%       44%       43%       43%        43%

                                        0%
                                              Fall 2002 Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006
                                                                  Semester

Non-Minority: White, International, and Unknown
Minority: African-American, Hispanic, Asian or Pacific Islander, American Indian or Alaskan Native.




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Undergraduate Enrollment by Ethnicity
                                           Fall 2002     Fall 2003     Fall 2004     Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Ethnicity                                  #       %     #       %     #       %     #       %     #        %
White                                    7,477 39.92 8,230 39.91 8,843 39.73 9,057 38.73 9,560 39.18
African American                         1,105    5.90 1,211    5.87 1,440    6.47 1,638    7.00 1,827     7.49
Hispanic                                8,952 47.80 9,651 46.80 10,366 46.57 10,835 46.33 10,992 45.05
Asian or Pacific Islander                 821     4.38 1,019    4.94 1,088    4.89 1,249    5.34 1,472     6.03
American Indian or Alaskan Native         79      0.42  108     0.52  122     0.55  123     0.53  129      0.53
International                             295     1.58  403     1.95  400     1.80  484     2.07  413      1.69
Unknown                                    0      0.00   0      0.00   0      0.00   1      0.00   5       0.02
Total (Undergraduates)                  18,729 100.00 20,622 100.00 22,259 100.00 23,387 100.00 24,398 100.00


Post-Bac Enrollment by Ethnicity
                                           Fall 2002        Fall 2003        Fall 2004        Fall 2005        Fall 2006
Ethnicity                                 #        %       #        %       #        %       #        %       #        %
White                                    276     53.59    295     47.58    127     45.68    253     53.15    173     50.88
African American                          24      4.66     28      4.52     15      5.40     18      3.78     18      5.29
Hispanic                                 202     39.22    279     45.00    124     44.60    180     37.82    135     39.71
Asian or Pacific Islander                 3       0.58     12      1.94     9       3.24    18       3.78     9       2.65
American Indian or Alaskan Native         5       0.97     3       0.48     3       1.08     1       0.21     0       0.00
International                             5       0.97      3      0.48      0      0.00      2      0.42     2       0.59
Unknown                                    0      0.00      0      0.00      0      0.00      4      0.84      3      0.88
Total (Post-Bac)                         515     100.00   620     100.00   278     100.00   476     100.00   340     100.00




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Masters Enrollment by Ethnicity
                                      Fall 2002         Fall 2003         Fall 2004         Fall 2005         Fall 2006
Ethnicity                            #         %       #         %       #         %       #         %       #         %
White                              1,319     50.38   1,454     45.39   1,537     45.89   1,358     44.35   1,397     43.43
African American                     97       3.71    123       3.84    134       4.00    148       4.83    162       5.04
Hispanic                            923      35.26   1,238     38.65   1,317     39.33   1,217     39.75   1,215     37.77
Asian or Pacific Islander           128       4.89     94       2.93    114       3.40    131       4.28    132       4.10
American Indian or Alaskan           11       0.42     13       0.41     8        0.24     10       0.33     8        0.25
Native
International                       140     5.35      281      8.77     236      7.05     190      6.21     267      8.30
Unknown                              0      0.00       0       0.00      3       0.09      8       0.26      36      1.12
Total (Masters)                    2,618   100.00    3,203    100.00   3,349    100.00   3,062    100.00   3,217    100.00


Doctoral Enrollment by Ethnicity
                                      Fall 2002         Fall 2003        Fall 2004         Fall 2005          Fall 2006
Ethnicity                           #          %       #         %      #         %       #         %       #          %
White                               71       46.10    83       37.73   114      39.45    142      38.80    168       39.62
African American                     3        1.95     5        2.27    7        2.42     12       3.28     22        5.19
Hispanic                            44       28.57    58       26.36   67       23.18    91       24.86    104       24.53
Asian or Pacific Islander           10        6.49     6        2.73    7        2.42     9        2.46     12        2.83
American Indian or Alaskan           0        0.00     0        0.00    0        0.00     1        0.27      1        0.24
Native
International                       26      16.88     68       30.91    94       32.53   110      30.05    113      26.65
Unknown                              0       0.00      0        0.00     0        0.00    1        0.27     4        0.94
Total (Doctoral)                   154     100.00    220      100.00   289      100.00   366      100.00   424      100.00




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Undergraduate Enrollment by Gender
                                        Fall 2002     Fall 2003     Fall 2004     Fall 2005     Fall 2006
Gender                                 #        %    #        %    #        %    #        %    #        %
Female                               10,236 54.65 11,034 53.51 11,855 53.26 12,346 52.79 12,820 52.55
Male                                 8,493 45.35 9,588 46.49 10,404 46.74 11,041 47.21 11,578 47.45
Total (Undergraduates)               18,729 100.00 20,622 100.00 22,259 100.00 23,387 100.00 24,398 100.00


Post-Bac Enrollment by Gender
                                       Fall 2002        Fall 2003       Fall 2004       Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Gender                                 #       %        #       %       #       %       #       %       #       %
Female                                340     66.02    405     65.32   201     72.30   295     61.97   202     59.41
Male                                  175     33.98    215     34.68   77      27.70   181     38.03   138     40.59
Total (Post-Bac)                      515    100.00    620    100.00   278    100.00   476    100.00   340    100.00


Masters Enrollment by Gender
                                        Fall 2002         Fall 2003       Fall 2004       Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Gender                                 #        %        #        %      #        %      #        %      #        %
Female                               1,510 57.68       1,875 58.54     2,026 60.50     1,817 59.34     1,903 59.15
Male                                 1,108 42.32       1,328 41.46     1,323 39.50     1,245 40.66     1,314 40.85
Total (Masters)                      2,618 100.00      3,203 100.00    3,349 100.00    3,062 100.00    3,217 100.00


Doctoral Enrollment by Gender
                                        Fall 2002       Fall 2003       Fall 2004       Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Gender                                 #        %       #       %       #       %       #       %       #       %
Female                                 84      54.55   115     52.27   148     51.21   187     51.09   231     54.48
Male                                  70       45.45   105     47.73   141     48.79   179     48.91   193     45.52
Total (Doctoral)                      154     100.00   220    100.00   289    100.00   366    100.00   424    100.00




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Number of Students Enrolled by IPEDS Age Category
                       Fall 2002       Fall 2003          Fall 2004          Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Age Categories        #         %     #         %        #         %        #         %     #        %
Under 18             170       0.77  244       0.99     282       1.08     283       1.04  538      1.90
18-22              10,748 48.82 12,566 50.95          13,769 52.60       14,573 53.40 15,674 55.23
23-27               5,314     24.14 5,650     22.91    5,910     22.58    6,191     22.69 6,243 22.00
28-32               2,411     10.95 2,602     10.55    2,621     10.01    2,632      9.64 2,457     8.66
33-39               1,611      7.32 1,760     7.14    1,805      6.90    1,820      6.67  1,768     6.23
40-50               1,389      6.31 1,432     5.81    1,376      5.26    1,400      5.13  1,326     4.67
50+                  373       1.69  411       1.67     412       1.57     392       1.44  373      1.31
Total              22,016 100.00 24,665 100.00        26,175 100.00      27,291 100.00 28,379 100.00


Semester Credit Hours by IPEDS Age Category
                      Fall 2002       Fall 2003       Fall 2004       Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Age Categories      SCH        %    SCH        %    SCH        %    SCH        %    SCH       %
Under 18            2,222     0.94  3,064     1.14  3,389     1.18  3,674     1.22  5,133    1.63
18-22             135,675 57.63 160,762 59.75 174,726 60.83 185,278 61.67 200,846 63.75
23-27              52,513 22.30 56,239 20.90 59,329 20.65 61,656 20.52 62,292 19.77
28-32              20,252     8.60 22,005     8.18 22,287     7.76 22,473     7.48 20,866    6.62
33-39              12,546     5.33 13,791     5.13 14,391     5.01 14,303     4.76 13,829    4.39
40-50               9,923     4.21 10,615     3.95 10,306     3.59 10,371     3.45  9,622    3.05
50+                 2,302     0.98  2,566     0.95  2,826     0.98  2,666     0.89  2,467    0.78
Total             235,433 100.00 269,042 100.00 287,254 100.00 300,421 100.00 315,055 100.00




                                                                                                           Page 23 of 139
Number of Students Enrolled Based on the Fall 2006 College Structure
                                                   Fall 2002           Fall 2003         Fall 2004         Fall 2005         Fall 2006
College                                           #            %       #        %       #         %       #         %       #         %
College of Architecture                          573          2.60    681      2.76    795       3.04    925      3.39    1,008     3.55
College of Business                             5,130        23.30   5,578    22.62   5,786     22.11   5,992     21.96   6,157     21.70
College of Education & Human Development        3,585        16.28   3,972    16.10   4,304     16.44   4,365     15.99   4,490     15.82
College of Engineering                          1,393         6.33   1,655     6.71   1,755      6.70   1,795      6.58   1,911      6.73
College of Liberal and Fine Arts                4,506        20.47   5,142    20.85   5,381     20.56   5,694     20.86   5,819     20.50
College of Public Policy                         865          3.93    839      3.40    873       3.34    996       3.65   1,098      3.87
College of Sciences                             4,100        18.62   4,566    18.51   4,880     18.64   5,060     18.54   5,289     18.64
No College Identified                           1,864         8.47   2,232     9.05   2,401     9.17    2,464     9.03    2,607     9.19
Total                                           22,016      100.00 24,665 100.00      26,175 100.00     27,291 100.00     28379 100.00



Semester Credit Hours Based on the Fall 2006 College Structure
                                                   Fall 2002           Fall 2003      Fall 2004      Fall 2005      Fall 2006
College                                            #           %       #       %      #       %     #        %     #        %
College of Architecture                          6,606        2.81   7,877    2.93  9,228    3.21 10,631    3.54 11,834    3.76
College of Business                            54,304        23.07 59,897 22.26 61,594 21.44 64,695 21.53 67,906 21.55
College of Education & Human Development       33,745        14.33 38,269 14.22 41,271 14.37 41,424 13.79 43,115 13.68
College of Engineering                          15,755        6.69  19,320    7.18 20,240    7.05 20,692    6.89 22,314    7.08
College of Liberal and Fine Arts                50,853       21.60 59,688 22.19 62,065 21.61 66,031 21.98 67,341 21.37
College of Public Policy                         9,307        3.95   8,869    3.30  9,160    3.19 10,167    3.38 11,048    3.51
College of Sciences                            47,426        20.14 54,052 20.09 57,128 19.89 58,982 19.63 62,437 19.82
No College Identified                          17,437         7.41 21,070     7.83 26,568    9.25 27,799    9.25 29,060    9.22
Total                                          235,433      100.00 269,042 100.00 28,7254 100.00 300,421 100.00 315,055 100.00




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Students Enrolled by Residence Category
Students Enrolled by Residence Category
                                    Fall 2002    Fall 2003     Fall 2004     Fall 2005      Fall 2006
                                   #        %    #       %    #        %    #        %    #          %
Bexar County                    13,725 62.34 14,796 59.99 15,021 57.39 15,112 55.37 14,726        51.89
Other Texas County               7,261 32.98 8,692 35.24 9,871 37.71 10,852 39.76 12,210           43.02
Other State in U.S.               367      1.67 406     1.65 471      1.80 493      1.81 594       2.09
Student from Outside U.S.         663      3.01 771     3.13 812      3.10 834      3.06 849        2.99
Total                           22,016 100.00 24,665 100.00 26,175 100.00 27,291 100.00 28,379    100.00

Students Enrolled by Texas Economic Region
                                    Fall 2002      Fall 2003      Fall 2004      Fall 2005        Fall 2006
Texas Region                       #        %     #        %     #        %     #        %     #          %
Out of State or International    1,030     4.68 1,177     4.77 1,283     4.90 1,327     4.86 1,443       5.08
Central Texas                     901      4.09 1,274     5.17 1,640     6.27 1,820     6.67 2,021       7.12
Gulf Coast                       1,060     4.81 1,705     6.91 2,062     7.88 2,485     9.11 3,174      11.18
High Plains                        63      0.29   67      0.27   87      0.33   90      0.33   98        0.35
Metroplex                         235      1.07  317      1.29  384      1.47  422      1.55  597        2.10
Northwest Texas                   79       0.36   84      0.34   79      0.30   90      0.33   93        0.33
South Texas                     18,128 82.34 19,483 78.99 19,993 76.38 20,375 74.66 20,194              71.16
Southeast Texas                   47       0.21  63       0.26  84       0.32  98       0.36  123        0.43
Upper East Texas                  32       0.15  47       0.19  55       0.21  61       0.22   66        0.23
Upper Rio Grande                  282      1.28  284      1.15  315      1.20  317      1.16  352        1.24
West Texas                        159      0.72  164      0.66  193      0.74  206      0.75  218        0.77
Total                           22,016 100.00 24,665 100.00 26,175 100.00 27,291 100.00 28,379          100.00




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                                    Enrollment by Residence County

                      100%
                       90%
                       80%
   Percent of Total




                       70%
                                                                                 Student from Outside U.S.
                       60%
                                                                                 Other State in U.S.
                       50%
                                                                                 Other Texas County
                       40%
                                                                                 Bexar County
                       30%
                       20%
                       10%
                        0%
                             Fall 2002 Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006
                                                Semester

Fall 2006 Top 10 Counties (New Undergraduates Full and Part Time)

1. Bexar
2. Harris
3. Travis
4. Fort Bend
5. Williamson
6. Montgomery
7. Hidalgo
8. Nueces
9. Guadalupe, Dallas, Cameron




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Fall 2006 College Structure Enrollment by Gender

College of Architecture by Gender
                   Fall 2002           Fall 2003           Fall 2004           Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Gender           #          %        #          %        #          %        #          %         #         %
Female          274       47.82     331       48.60     376       47.30     421       45.51      455      45.14
Male            299       52.18     350       51.40     419       52.70     504       54.49      553      54.86
Total           573       100.00    681       100.00    795       100.00    925       100.00    1,008     100.00


College of Business by Gender
                   Fall 2002            Fall 2003           Fall 2004           Fall 2005          Fall 2006
Gender           #          %         #          %        #          %        #          %        #         %
Female         2,371      46.22     2,513      45.05    2,543      43.95    2,583      43.11    2,587     42.02
Male           2,759      53.78     3,065      54.95    3,243      56.05    3,409      56.89    3,570     57.98
Total          5,130      100.00    5,578      100.00   5,786      100.00   5,992      100.00   6,157     100.00


College of Education and Human Development by Gender
                   Fall 2002          Fall 2003          Fall 2004              Fall 2005          Fall 2006
Gender          #           %       #          %       #          %           #          %        #         %
Female        2,778       77.49   3,051      76.81   3,320      77.14       3,375      77.32    3,455     76.95
Male           807        22.51    921       23.19    984       22.86        990       22.68    1,035     23.05
Total         3,585       100.00  3,972      100.00  4,304      100.00      4,365      100.00   4,490     100.00




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Fall 2006 College Structure Enrollment by Gender (continued)
College of Engineering by Gender
                   Fall 2002             Fall 2003           Fall 2004           Fall 2005          Fall 2006
Gender           #          %          #          %        #          %        #          %        #         %
Female          191       13.71       231       13.96     254       14.47     238       13.26     257      13.45
Male           1,202      86.29      1,424      86.04    1,501      85.53    1,557      86.74    1,654     86.55
Total          1,393      100.00     1,655      100.00   1,755      100.00   1,795      100.00   1,911     100.00


College of Liberal and Fine Arts by Gender
                    Fall 2002            Fall 2003           Fall 2004           Fall 2005          Fall 2006
Gender           #           %         #          %        #          %        #          %        #         %
Female         2,864       63.56     3,133      60.93    3,297      61.27    3,440      60.41    3,489     59.96
Male           1,642       36.44     2,009      39.07    2,084      38.73    2,254      39.59    2,330     40.04
Total          4,506       100.00    5,142      100.00   5,381      100.00   5,694      100.00   5,819     100.00


College of Public Policy by Gender
                    Fall 2002            Fall 2003          Fall 2004           Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Gender            #          %         #          %       #          %        #          %         #         %
Female          464        53.64      464       55.30    480       54.98     552       55.42      629      57.29
Male            401        46.36      375       44.70    393       45.02     444       44.58      469      42.71
Total           865        100.00     839       100.00   873       100.00    996       100.00    1,098     100.00




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Fall 2006 College Structure Enrollment by Gender (continued)
College of Sciences by Gender
                   Fall 2002           Fall 2003           Fall 2004           Fall 2005          Fall 2006
Gender           #          %        #          %        #          %        #          %        #        %
Female         2,158       52.63   2,463       53.94   2,714       55.61   2,769       54.72   2,887     54.58
Male           1,942       47.37   2,103       46.06   2,166       44.39   2,291       45.28   2,402     45.42
Total          4,100      100.00   4,566      100.00   4,880      100.00   5,060      100.00   5,289 100.00


No College Identified by Gender
                   Fall 2002           Fall 2003           Fall 2004           Fall 2005          Fall 2006
Gender          #           %        #          %        #          %        #          %        #        %
Female        1,070        57.40   1,243       55.69   1,246       51.90   1,267       51.42   1,397     53.59
Male           794         42.60    989        44.31   1,155       48.10   1,197       48.58   1,210     46.41
Total         1,864       100.00   2,232      100.00   2,401      100.00   2,464      100.00   2,607 100.00




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Fall 2006 College Structure Enrollment by Ethnicity
College of Architecture by Ethnicity
                                     Fall 2002        Fall 2003         Fall 2004        Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Ethnicity                           #        %       #        %        #        %       #        %      #        %
White                              236     41.19    260     38.18    303      38.11   342      36.97   338     33.53
African American                    12      2.09     12      1.76     22       2.77    29       3.14    44      4.37
Hispanic                           275     47.99    341     50.07    399      50.19   482      52.11   549     54.46
Asian or Pacific Islander           19      3.32     27      3.96     23       2.89   26       2.81    36      3.57
American Indian or
                                    7       1.22     2       0.29     5       0.63     4       0.43     6      0.60
Alaskan Native
International                       24      4.19     39      5.73    43       5.41    42       4.54     34    3.37
Unknown                              0      0.00      0      0.00     0       0.00     0       0.00      1    0.10
Total                              573     100.00   681     100.00   795     100.00   925     100.00   1,008 100.00


College of Business by Ethnicity
                                      Fall 2002        Fall 2003        Fall 2004        Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Ethnicity                            #       %        #       %        #       %        #       %        #      %
White                              2,216 43.20      2,366 42.42      2,414 41.72      2,469 41.20      2,526 41.03
African American                    285     5.56     299     5.36     306     5.29     368     6.14     419    6.81
Hispanic                           2,210 43.08      2,397 42.97      2,486 42.97      2,506 41.82      2,518 40.90
Asian or Pacific Islander           248     4.83     261     4.68     303     5.24     353     5.89     399    6.48
American Indian or
                                    17      0.33     19      0.34     22      0.38     37      0.62     32     0.52
Alaskan Native
International                       154     3.00     236     4.23     252     4.36     253     4.22     257   4.17
Unknown                              0      0.00      0      0.00      3      0.05      6      0.10      6    0.10
Total                              5,130   100.00   5,578   100.00   5,786   100.00   5,992   100.00   6,157 100.00




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Fall 2006 College Structure Enrollment by Ethnicity (continued)
College of Education and Human Development by Ethnicity
                                   Fall 2002      Fall 2003             Fall 2004       Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Ethnicity                        #        %     #        %             #       %       #       %        #      %
White                          1,492 41.62 1,627 40.96              1,775 41.24      1,771 40.57      1,817 40.47
African American                185      5.16  216      5.44         280      6.51    294     6.74     314    6.99
Hispanic                       1,824 50.88 1,998 50.30              2,104 48.88      2,159 49.46      2,179 48.53
Asian or Pacific Islander        60      1.67  86       2.17          94      2.18    88      2.02     106    2.36
American Indian or
                                 11      0.31   17      0.43         16      0.37     17      0.39     18    0.40
Alaskan Native
International                    13      0.36   28      0.70         35      0.81     32      0.73     37    0.82
Unknown                           0      0.00    0      0.00          0      0.00      4      0.09     19    0.42
Total                          3,585 100.00 3,972 100.00            4,304   100.00   4,365   100.00   4,490 100.00


College of Engineering by Ethnicity
                                    Fall 2002        Fall 2003         Fall 2004        Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Ethnicity                          #        %       #        %        #        %       #        %      #       %
White                             534     38.33    615     37.16    675      38.46   677      37.72   729    38.15
African American                   63      4.52     71      4.29     83       4.73    91       5.07   116     6.07
Hispanic                          586     42.07    669     40.42    716      40.80   725      40.39   742    38.83
Asian or Pacific Islander         120      8.61    121      7.31    138       7.86   142      7.91    149    7.80
American Indian or
                                      5    0.36     7       0.42      6      0.34     6       0.33     6     0.31
Alaskan Native
International                      85      6.10     172    10.39     137     7.81     154     8.58     164   8.58
Unknown                             0      0.00      0      0.00      0      0.00      0      0.00      5    0.26
Total                            1,393    100.00   1,655   100.00   1,755   100.00   1,795   100.00   1,911 100.00




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Fall 2006 College Structure Enrollment by Ethnicity (continued)
College of Liberal and Fine Arts by Ethnicity
                                     Fall 2002         Fall 2003        Fall 2004        Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Ethnicity                          #         %        #        %       #        %       #        %       #       %
White                            1,989 44.14        2,310 44.92      2,398 44.56      2,438 42.82      2,527 43.43
African American                  280       6.21     305      5.93    343      6.37    348      6.11    387     6.65
Hispanic                         2,042 45.32        2,236 43.49      2,377 44.17      2,586 45.42      2,551 43.84
Asian or Pacific Islander         132       2.93     190      3.70    174      3.23    222      3.90    255     4.38
American Indian or
                                   22       0.49     42      0.82     41      0.76     34      0.60     38     0.65
Alaskan Native
International                      41       0.91      59     1.15     48      0.89     66      1.16     56    0.96
Unknown                             0       0.00       0     0.00      0      0.00      0      0.00      5    0.09
Total                            4,506 100.00       5,142   100.00   5,381   100.00   5,694   100.00   5,819 100.00


College of Public Policy by Ethnicity
                                     Fall 2002        Fall 2003        Fall 2004        Fall 2005        Fall 2006
Ethnicity                          #          %      #        %       #        %       #        %       #        %
White                             267       30.87   249     29.68    252     28.87    284     28.51    335     30.51
African American                   74       8.55     64      7.63     81      9.28     98      9.84    104      9.47
Hispanic                          503      58.15    500     59.59    509     58.30    577     57.93    626     57.01
Asian or Pacific Islander          16        1.85    18      2.15     17      1.95     26      2.61     25      2.28
American Indian or
                                    2        0.23     4      0.48      8      0.92      4      0.40     1      0.09
Alaskan Native
International                       3        0.35    4       0.48     6       0.69     6       0.60      6    0.55
Unknown                             0        0.00    0       0.00     0       0.00     1       0.10      1    0.09
Total                             865      100.00   839     100.00   873     100.00   996     100.00   1,098 100.00




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Fall 2006 College Structure Enrollment by Ethnicity (continued)
College of Sciences by Ethnicity
                                      Fall 2002        Fall 2003        Fall 2004        Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Ethnicity                            #        %       #        %       #        %       #        %       #       %
White                              1,552 37.85      1,687 36.95      1,818 37.25      1,882 37.19      2,021 38.21
African American                    234      5.71    267      5.85    291      5.96    348      6.88    394     7.45
Hispanic                           1,927 47.00      2,041 44.70      2,179 44.65      2,155 42.59      2,095 39.61
Asian or Pacific Islander           263      6.41    355      7.77    373      7.64    437      8.64    523     9.89
American Indian or
                                     21     0.51     22      0.48     24      0.49     25      0.49     26     0.49
Alaskan Native
International                       103     2.51     194     4.25     195     4.00     211     4.17     220   4.16
Unknown                              0      0.00      0      0.00      0      0.00      2      0.04      10   0.19
Total                              4,100   100.00   4,566   100.00   4,880   100.00   5,060   100.00   5,289 100.00


No College Identified by Ethnicity
                                     Fall 2002         Fall 2003        Fall 2004        Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Ethnicity                           #        %        #        %       #        %       #        %       #       %
White                              857     45.98     948     42.47    986     41.07    947     38.43   1,005 38.55
African American                    96      5.15     133      5.96    190      7.91    240      9.74    251     9.63
Hispanic                           754     40.45    1,044 46.77      1,104 45.98      1,133 45.98      1,186 45.49
Asian or Pacific Islander          104      5.58      73      3.27     96      4.00    113      4.59    132     5.06
American Indian or
                                     10     0.54     11      0.49     11      0.46      8      0.32     11     0.42
Alaskan Native
International                        43     2.31      23     1.03     14      0.58     22      0.89     21    0.81
Unknown                               0     0.00       0     0.00      0      0.00      1      0.04      1    0.04
Total                              1,864   100.00   2,232   100.00   2,401   100.00   2,464   100.00   2,607 100.00




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Fall 2006 College Structure Enrollment by Course Load
College of Architecture by Course Load
                               Fall 2002           Fall 2003          Fall 2004           Fall 2005            Fall 2006
Course Load                 #          %        #          %       #          %        #          %           #        %
Part Time                  129        22.51    148        21.73   173        21.76    216        23.35       205      20.34
Full Time                  444        77.49    533        78.27   622        78.24    709        76.65       803      79.66
Total                      573       100.00    681       100.00   795       100.00    925       100.00      1,008    100.00


College of Business by Ethnicity by Course Load
                               Fall 2002           Fall 2003          Fall 2004           Fall 2005            Fall 2006
Course Load                 #          %         #         %        #         %         #         %           #        %
Part Time                 1,733       33.78    1,872      33.56   1,981      34.24    1,971      32.89      1,937     31.46
Full Time                 3,397       66.22    3,706      66.44   3,805      65.76    4,021      67.11      4,220     68.54
Total                     5,130      100.00    5,578     100.00   5,786     100.00    5,992     100.00      6,157    100.00

College of Education & Human Development by Course Load
                            Fall 2002          Fall 2003              Fall 2004           Fall 2005            Fall 2006
Course Load               #         %        #         %            #         %         #         %           #        %
Part Time               1,763      49.18   1,826      45.97       2,012      46.75    2,130      48.80      2,142     47.71
Full Time               1,822      50.82   2,146      54.03       2,292      53.25    2,235      51.20      2,348     52.29
Total                   3,585     100.00   3,972     100.00       4,304     100.00    4,365     100.00      4,490    100.00


College of Engineering by Course Load
                              Fall 2002            Fall 2003           Fall 2004           Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Course Load                #          %         #          %        #          %        #          %          #        %
Part Time                 389        27.93     392        23.69    476        27.12    486        27.08      459      24.02
Full Time                1,004       72.07    1,263       76.31   1,279       72.88   1,309       72.92     1,452     75.98
Total                    1,393      100.00    1,655      100.00   1,755      100.00   1,795      100.00     1,911    100.00




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Fall 2006 College Structure Enrollment by Course Load (continued)
College of Liberal and Fine Arts by Course Load
                            Fall 2002           Fall 2003          Fall 2004           Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Course Load               #         %         #         %        #          %        #         %        #          %
Part Time               1,333      29.58    1,398      27.19   1,465      27.23    1,526      26.80   1,542       26.50
Full Time               3,173      70.42    3,744      72.81   3,916      72.77    4,168      73.20   4,277       73.50
Total                   4,506     100.00    5,142     100.00   5,381      100.00   5,694     100.00   5,819      100.00


College of Public Policy by Course Load
                             Fall 2002         Fall 2003          Fall 2004           Fall 2005            Fall 2006
Course Load                #         %       #         %        #         %         #         %         #          %
Part Time                 285       32.95   297       35.40    316       36.20     363       36.45     446        40.62
Full Time                 580       67.05   542       64.60    557       63.80     633       63.55     652        59.38
Total                     865      100.00   839      100.00    873      100.00     996      100.00    1,098      100.00


College of Sciences by Course Load
                            Fall 2002           Fall 2003          Fall 2004           Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Course Load               #         %         #         %        #         %         #         %        #          %
Part Time               1,086      26.49    1,125      24.64   1,272      26.07    1,354      26.76   1,361       25.73
Full Time               3,014      73.51    3,441      75.36   3,608      73.93    3,706      73.24   3,928       74.27
Total                   4,100     100.00    4,566     100.00   4,880     100.00    5,060     100.00   5,289      100.00




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Fall 2006 College Structure Enrollment by Course Load (continued)
No College Identified by Course Load
                            Fall 2002            Fall 2003           Fall 2004          Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Course Load               #         %          #         %         #         %        #         %        #          %
Part Time                900       48.28      845       37.86     492       20.49    449       18.22    642        24.63
Full Time                964       51.72     1,387      62.14    1,909      79.51   2,015      81.78   1,965       75.37
Total                   1,864     100.00     2,232     100.00    2,401     100.00   2,464     100.00   2,607      100.00

Fall 2006 College Structure Enrollment by Student Level
College of Architecture by Student Level
                              Fall 2002           Fall 2003          Fall 2004          Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Level                       #         %         #         %        #         %        #         %        #          %
Undergraduate              553       96.51     657       96.48    758       95.35    862       93.19    939        93.15
Post-Bac                    0        0.00       2        0.29      1        0.13      2        0.22      2         0.20
Masters                    20        3.49      22        3.23     36        4.53     61        6.59     67         6.65
Doctoral                    0        0.00       0        0.00      0        0.00      0        0.00      0         0.00
Total                      573      100.00     681      100.00    795      100.00    925      100.00   1,008      100.00


College of Business by Student Level
                              Fall 2002           Fall 2003          Fall 2004          Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Level                       #          %        #          %       #          %       #          %       #           %
Undergraduate             4,436      86.47    4,774      85.59   4,918      85.00   5,169      86.27   5,382       87.41
Post-Bac                   13         0.25      5         0.09     5         0.09    54         0.90     35         0.57
Masters                    663       12.92     771       13.82    830       14.34    728       12.15    689        11.19
Doctoral                   18        0.35      28        0.50     33        0.57     41        0.68     51         0.83
Total                     5,130     100.00    5,578     100.00   5,786     100.00   5,992     100.00   6,157      100.00




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Fall 2006 College Structure Enrollment by Student Level (continued)

College of Education & Human Development by Student Level
                            Fall 2002          Fall 2003             Fall 2004           Fall 2005            Fall 2006
Level                     #          %      #           %          #         %         #         %         #          %
Undergraduate           2,502      69.79  2,597       65.38      2,831      65.78    2,964      67.90    3,024       67.35
Post-Bac                  8         0.22    13         0.33       14        0.33      108       2.47       74        1.65
Masters                 1,015      28.31  1,294       32.58      1,378      32.02    1,193      27.33    1,275       28.40
Doctoral                 60        1.67     68        1.71        81        1.88      100       2.29      117        2.61
Total                   3,585     100.00  3,972      100.00      4,304     100.00    4,365     100.00    4,490      100.00


College of Engineering by Student Level
                              Fall 2002          Fall 2003           Fall 2004            Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Level                      #           %       #          %        #          %        #          %        #          %
Undergraduate            1,213       87.08   1,436      86.77    1,530      87.18    1,578       87.91   1,686       88.23
Post-Bac                    8         0.57     0         0.00      0         0.00      22        1.23      16        0.84
Masters                   158        11.34    187       11.30     180       10.26     135        7.52     150        7.85
Doctoral                   14        1.01     32        1.93      45        2.56      60         3.34     59         3.09
Total                    1,393      100.00   1,655     100.00    1,755     100.00    1,795      100.00   1,911      100.00


College of Liberal and Fine Arts by Student Level
                              Fall 2002           Fall 2003           Fall 2004          Fall 2005            Fall 2006
Level                       #         %         #          %       #          %        #         %         #          %
Undergraduate             4,175      92.65    4,723      91.85   4,971       92.38   5,237      91.97    5,330       91.60
Post-Bac                    6        0.13       6        0.12      5         0.09     23        0.40      30         0.52
Masters                    319       7.08      404       7.86     385        7.15     409       7.18      425        7.30
Doctoral                    6        0.13       9         0.18     20        0.37     25        0.44      34         0.58
Total                     4,506     100.00    5,142     100.00   5,381      100.00   5,694     100.00    5,819      100.00




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Fall 2006 College Structure Enrollment by Student Level (continued)
College of Public Policy by Student Level
                               Fall 2002         Fall 2003          Fall 2004          Fall 2005            Fall 2006
Level                       #          %       #         %        #          %       #          %        #           %
Undergraduate              749        86.59   712       84.86    718       82.25    779       78.21     829        75.50
Post-Bac                     0        0.00     0        0.00      0        0.00      4        0.40       3         0.27
Masters                    116        13.41   127       15.14    155       17.75    213       21.39     247        22.50
Doctoral                     0        0.00     0        0.00      0         0.00     0         0.00     19          1.73
Total                      865       100.00   839      100.00    873      100.00    996      100.00    1,098      100.00


College of Sciences by Student Level
                              Fall 2002           Fall 2003          Fall 2004          Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Level                       #          %        #          %       #         %        #         %        #          %
Undergraduate             3,695      90.12    4,079      89.33   4,384      89.84   4,551      89.94   4,734       89.51
Post-Bac                   23         0.56      7         0.15     1        0.02     46        0.91      47        0.89
Masters                    326       7.95      397       8.69     385       7.89     323       6.38     364        6.88
Doctoral                   56        1.37      83         1.82    110       2.25     140       2.77     144        2.72
Total                     4,100     100.00    4,566     100.00   4,880     100.00   5,060     100.00   5,289      100.00


No College Identified by Student Level
                              Fall 2002           Fall 2003          Fall 2004          Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Level                       #          %        #          %       #          %       #         %        #          %
Undergraduate             1,406      75.43    1,644      73.66   2,149      89.50   2,247      91.19   2,474       94.90
Post-Bac                   457       24.52     587       26.30    252       10.50    217       8.81     133        5.10
Masters                     1         0.05      1         0.04     0         0.00     0        0.00      0         0.00
Doctoral                    0        0.00       0         0.00     0         0.00     0        0.00      0         0.00
Total                     1,864     100.00    2,232     100.00   2,401     100.00   2,464     100.00   2,607      100.00




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Student FTE
The number of Full Time Equivalent (FTE) students can be calculated using various methods. The Coordinating Board uses a
different method than IPEDS and the Common Data Set. The Coordinating Board is the official FTE and is used when looking at
budgets, however the other methods can be used to divide FTE up by the college in which the student is enrolled in.

Number of Full Time Equivalent Students Using the Coordinating Board* Method
                      Fall 2002               Fall 2003                Fall 2004               Fall 2005              Fall 2006
Level                #          %           #            %           #           %            #          %          #           %
Undergraduate 14,604.67 91.27 16,597.13                90.62    17,726.67      90.61     18,611.60 90.78 19,468.80            90.67
Masters          1,262.33      7.89     1,539.42        8.40     1,604.25       8.20      1,592.33      7.77    1,661.83       7.74
Doctoral          135.00       0.84       179.11       0.98       233.67        1.19       297.22       1.45     342.33        1.59
Total FTE        16,002.00 100.00 18,315.66 100.00 19,564.58 100.00 20,501.16 100.00 21,472.97 100.00
*This method uses the level of the courses students are enrolled in as well as the level of the student to compute the Full Time
Equivalent. Undergraduate hours are divided by 15, Masters are divided by 12, and Doctoral hours are divided by 9. For more
information please contact the Office of Institutional Research at (210) 458-4706.


Number of Full Time Equivalent Students Using the Common Data Set* (CDS) Method
                                             Fall 2002            Fall 2003             Fall 2004             Fall 2005        Fall 2006
                                           FTE         %        FTE          %        FTE          %        FTE        %     FTE         %
College of Architecture                   487.00      2.88     582.33      3.00      679.67       3.28     781.00     3.61  871.33      3.86
College of Business                      3,974.67 23.47 4,330.00 22.30 4,465.33 21.53 4,678.00 21.60 4,865.67                          21.57
College of Education and                 2,409.67 14.23 2,765.33 14.24 2,976.67 14.35 2,959.00 13.66
Human Development                                                                                                          3,062.00    13.57
College of Engineering                   1,133.67     6.69    1,396.33     7.19     1,440.33      6.94    1,476.33    6.82 1,605.00     7.12
College of Liberal and Fine Arts         3,617.33 21.36 4,210.00 21.68 4,407.00 21.25 4,682.00 21.62 4,791.00                          21.24
College of Public Policy                  675.00      3.99     641.00      3.30      662.33       3.19     754.00     3.48  800.67      3.55
College of Sciences                      3,376.00 19.93 3,821.33 19.68 4,036.67 19.46 4,162.67 19.22 4,381.67                          19.43
No College Identified                    1,264.00     7.46    1,668.67     8.59     2,073.00      9.99    2,164.67    9.99 2,179.00    9.66
Total                                   16,937.33 100.00 19,415.00 100.00 20,741.00 100.00 21,657.67 100.00 22,556.33 100.00
*CDS method is to take all of the full time students and add 1/3 of the part time students to get the FTE




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New Student Information and Success
The Applied, Accepted, and Enrolled information comes from the Coordinating Board Admissions file (CBM00B), this file contains
only the Summer and Fall applications for each year. Only students who have never applied at the level are included in this
information. The new students (first time and transfer) come from the Coordinating Board Admissions file (CBM00B) and are
included here if they were a new student in the Summer or the Fall. Note that although many new students enter UTSA each year only
students who are first time students seeking a degree at UTSA are included in the Cohort for graduation and retention information.
This information is located in the “First Time Full Time Cohort Information” section. For more information on this topic please
contact the Office of Institutional Research at (210) 458-4706


First Time Undergraduates Applied, Accepted, and Enrolled
(Summer and Fall Applications Included)
                                   Fall 2002   Fall 2003            Fall 2004     Fall 2005    Fall 2006
Applied                              6,480        9,685               10,331        9,149        11,145

Accepted                                  6,436          9,618         10,260          9,092     10,122
% Accepted                                99.32          99.31          99.31          99.38      90.82
Enrolled*                                 3,145          4,732          4,840          4,456      4,775
% Enrolled of Accepted                    48.87          49.20          47.17          49.01      47.17
*Students may have enrolled as a transfer student if hours came in after application




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First Time Full Time Undergraduate Information

First Time Full Time Undergraduates by Gender
              Fall 2002       Fall 2003        Fall 2004          Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Gender       #        %      #        %       #        %         #        %         #         %
Female     1,622    53.99  2,076    50.24   2,141    50.42     2,241    51.32     2,395     51.02
Male       1,382    46.01  2,056    49.76   2,105    49.58     2,126    48.68     2,299     48.98
Total      3,004 100.00 4,132 100.00 4,246 100.00              4,367 100.00       4,694     100.00


First Time Full Time Undergraduates by Ethnicity
                                               Fall 2002        Fall 2003        Fall 2004        Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Ethnicity                                    #        %       #        %       #        %       #        %       #      %
White-Non-Hispanic                         1,154 38.42      1,715 41.51      1,746 41.12      1,739 39.82      2,057 43.82
Black-Non-Hispanic                          175      5.83    243      5.88    329      7.75    360      8.24    433   9.22
Hispanic                                   1,394 46.40      1,748 42.30      1,767 41.62      1,755 40.19      1,638 34.90
Asian or Pacific Islander                   207      6.89    332      8.03    312      7.35    402      9.21    465   9.91
American Indian or Alaskan Native            15      0.50     29      0.70     30      0.71     30      0.69     30   0.64
International                                59      1.96     65      1.57     62      1.46     81      1.85    67    1.43
Unknown or Not Reported                       0      0.00      0      0.00      0      0.00      0      0.00      4   0.09
Total                                      3,004 100.00     4,132 100.00     4,246 100.00     4,367 100.00     4,694 100.00




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First Time Full Time Undergraduate Information (continued)
High School Rank of First Time Full Time Undergraduates
                                          Fall 2002      Fall 2003        Fall 2004        Fall 2005        Fall 2006
Reported High School Rank                #        %     #        %       #        %       #        %       #        %
Top 10%                                 299     11.44  378      9.96    346      8.74    383      9.25    360       8.17
First Quarter*                         1,037 39.67 1,497 39.46         1,360 34.35      1,444 34.89      1,503     34.13
Second Quarter                          896     34.28 1,340 35.32      1,422 35.92      1,483 35.83      1,541     34.99
Percent in Top Half                    1,933 73.95 2,837 74.78         2,782 70.27      2,927 70.72      3,044     69.12
Percent in Bottom Half                  681     26.05  957     25.22   1,177 29.73      1,212 29.28      1,360     30.88
Third Quarter                           528     20.20  680     17.92    882     22.28    908     21.94   1,002     22.75
Fourth Quarter                          153      5.85  277      7.30    295      7.45    304      7.34    358       8.13
Total Reported                         2,614 100.00 3,794 100.00       3,959 100.00     4,139 100.00     4,404    100.00
*First Quarter includes top 10%

First Time Full Time Undergraduates by Admission Category
                                Fall 2002      Fall 2003        Fall 2004        Fall 2005         Fall 2006
Student Category               #        %      #       %       #       %        #       %        #         %
Regular Admit                2,490 82.89 2,908 70.38         3,003 70.73      3,033 69.45      3,190     67.96
Provisional Admit             19       0.63   91      2.20    453     10.67    442     10.12    439       9.35
UT Austin CAP Students        495     16.48 1,133 27.42       790     18.61    892     20.43   1,065     22.69
Total                        3,004 100.00 4,132 100.00       4,246 100.00     4,367 100.00     4,694 100.00




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First Time Full Time Undergraduate Information (continued)
Mean SAT Scores and Number of Scores Reported by Admission Category
                                            Fall 2002      Fall 2003          Fall 2004      Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Reported SAT Total (Mean)                 Mean       #  Mean       #        Mean      #    Mean      #     Mean      #
Regular Admit                              984    2,071   998    2,474      1,009 2,568    1,023 2,591     1,016 2,731
Provisional Admit                          783      14    830      83        793     394    814     385     818     398
UT Austin CAP Students                    1,066    464   1,101 1,088        1,102    752   1,117    843    1,117 1,027
Total                                      998    2,549 1,025 3,646         1,005 3,714    1,023 3,819     1,022 4,156


25th and 75th Percentile Total SAT Scores by Admission Category
                                               Fall 2002      Fall 2003      Fall 2004      Fall 2005        Fall 2006
Reported SAT Total (Percentile)               25th    75th 25th 75th        25th 75th      25th 75th       25th 75th
Regular Admit                                 890    1,070   910    1,080   920    1,090   940    1,100     930    1,090
Provisional Admit                             750     850    760     890    750     850    760     860      770     870
UT Austin CAP Students                        980    1,160 1,010 1,200      1010 1,200     1030 1,200      1,030 1,210
Total                                         900    1,100   920    1,130   910    1,110   920    1,120     920    1,120


Mean SAT Verbal Scores and Number of Scores Reported by Admission Category
                                            Fall 2002      Fall 2003     Fall 2004           Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Reported SAT Verbal (Mean)                Mean       #   Mean      #   Mean      #         Mean      #     Mean      #
Regular Admit                              490    2,070   497    2,474  502    2,568        507    2,591    501    2,731
Provisional Admit                          398      14    419      83   396     394         407     385     403     398
UT Austin CAP Students                     527     464    543    1,089  545     752         550     843     546    1,027
Total                                      496    2,548   509    3,646  500    3,714        506    3,819    503    4,156




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First Time Full Time Undergraduate Information (continued)
25th and 75th Percentile SAT Verbal Scores by Admission Category
                                                   Fall 2002     Fall 2003      Fall 2004      Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Reported SAT Verbal (Percentile)                 25th 75th 25th 75th           25th 75th      25th 75th      25th 75th
Regular Admit                                     440     540   450     540    450     550    450     550    450     550
Provisional admit                                 360     430   380     450    360     430    370     440    370     430
UT Austin CAP Students                            480     580   490     600    490     600    490     600    490     600
Total                                             440     550   450     560    440     550    450     560    450     560


Mean SAT Math Scores and Number of Scores Reported by Admission Category
                                            Fall 2002     Fall 2003      Fall 2004             Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Reported SAT Math (Mean)                  Mean      #   Mean      #   Mean       #           Mean      #     Mean      #
Regular Admit                              494    2,070  501    2,474  506     2,568          516    2,591    515    2,731
Provisional Admit                          385      14  411       83   396      394           408     385     415     398
UT Austin CAP Students                     539     464   558 1,089     558      752           567     843     571    1,027
Total                                      502    2,548  516    3,646  505     3,714          516    3,819    520    4,156


25th and 75th Percentile SAT Math Scores by Admission Category
                                              Fall 2002      Fall 2003         Fall 2004      Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Reported SAT Math (Percentile)               25th 75th 25th 75th              25th 75th      25th 75th       25th 75th
Regular Admit                                440     550    450     550       460     550    470     560     460     560
Provisional Admit                            350     430    370     440       370     430    380     440     380     450
UT Austin CAP Students                       490     590    500     620       510     610    520     620     520     620
Total                                        450     560    460     570       450     560    460     570     460     580




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First Time Full Time Undergraduate Information (continued)
Mean ACT Scores and Number of Scores Reported by Admission Category
                                           Fall 2002      Fall 2003        Fall 2004      Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Reported ACT Total (Mean)                Mean       #   Mean       #      Mean      #    Mean     #     Mean     #
Regular Admit                              20    1,076    20    1,151      20    1,151    21    1,147    21    1,160
Provisional Admit                          15      12     16      37       16      37     16     198     16     172
UT Austin CAP Students                     21     141     23     438       22     438     22     347     23     406
Total                                      20    1,229    21    1,626      20    1,626    20    1,692    21    1,738


25th and 75th Percentile ACT Scores by Admission Category
                                              Fall 2002      Fall 2003     Fall 2004      Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Reported ACT Total (Percentile)              25th 75th      25th 75th     25th 75th      25th 75th      25th 75th
Regular Admit                                 18      22     18      22    18      22     19      22     19      22
Provisional Admit                            14.5    16.5    14      17    15      17     15      17     15      17
UT Austin CAP Students                        19      23     20      25    20      25     20      25     21      25
Total                                         18      22     18      23    18      22     18      23     18      23




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Full Time Transfer Undergraduate Information

Full Time Transfer Undergraduate Students by Gender
               Fall 2002       Fall 2003         Fall 2004         Fall 2005         Fall 2006
Gender       #        %      #        %        #        %        #        %         #        %
Female     1,150     55.99 1,066     55.96   1,075     53.30    964      52.94    1,030     54.61
Male        904      44.01  839      44.04    942      46.70    857      47.06     856      45.39
Total      2,054 100.00 1,905 100.00 2,017 100.00              1,821 100.00       1,886    100.00

Full Time First Time Transfer Undergraduate Students by Ethnicity
                                           Fall 2002        Fall 2003         Fall 2004         Fall 2005        Fall 2006
Ethnicity                                 #        %       #        %       #         %       #         %       #        %
White-Non-Hispanic                       842     40.99   806      42.31    858      42.54    758      41.63    792     41.99
Black-Non-Hispanic                       132      6.43   109       5.72    139       6.89    128       7.03    135      7.16
Hispanic                                 939     45.72   857      44.99    881      43.68    805      44.21    826     43.80
Asian or Pacific Islander                 83      4.04    67       3.52     78       3.87    68       3.73     85       4.51
American Indian or Alaskan Native         10     0.49     16      0.84       7       0.35      9       0.49     15      0.80
International                             48      2.34    50       2.62     54       2.68     52       2.86     33      1.75
Unknown or Not Reported                    0      0.00     0       0.00      0       0.00      1       0.05      0      0.00
Total                                   2,054 100.00 1,905 100.00         2,017 100.00      1,821 100.00      1,886 100.00

Full Time First Time Transfer Undergraduate Students by Classification
                           Fall 2002         Fall 2003           Fall 2004           Fall 2005              Fall 2006
Classification           #         %       #         %         #         %         #         %            #          %
Freshmen                366      17.82    325      17.06      345      17.10      254      13.95         317       16.81
Sophomores              807      39.29    783      41.10      793      39.32      725      39.81         765       40.56
Juniors                 663      32.28    595      31.23      675      33.47      685      37.62         658       34.89
Seniors                 218      10.61    202      10.60      204      10.11      157       8.62         146        7.74
Total                  2,054     100.00  1,905     100.00   2,017      100.00    1,821     100.00       1,886      100.00




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First Time and Transfer Part Time Undergraduate Information

First Time Part Time Undergraduates by Gender
                      Fall 2002            Fall 2003                Fall 2004                Fall 2005             Fall 2006
Gender             #          %         #          %           #            %           #            %            #        %
Female            82        58.99      78        56.52        90          51.43        68          59.13          42      47.19
Male              57        41.01      60        43.48        85          48.57        47          40.87          47      52.81
Total             139       100.00     138       100.00       175         100.00       115         100.00         89     100.00

First Time Part Time Undergraduates by Ethnicity
                                                Fall 2002        Fall 2003        Fall 2004         Fall 2005        Fall 2006
Ethnicity                                      #       %       #        %       #        %        #        %         #       %
White-Non-Hispanic                            71     51.08     84     60.87    109     62.29      71     61.74      45     50.56
Black-Non-Hispanic                            12      8.63     2       1.45     10      5.71      5       4.35       8      8.99
Hispanic                                      47     33.81    43      31.16    45      25.71     34      29.57      30     33.71
Asian or Pacific Islander                      9      6.47     9       6.52    10       5.71      4       3.48      4       4.49
American Indian or Alaskan Native              0      0.00     0       0.00     0       0.00      0       0.00       1      1.12
International                                  0      0.00     0       0.00      1      0.57      1       0.87       0      0.00
Unknown or Not Reported                        0      0.00      0      0.00      0      0.00       0      0.00       1      1.12
Total                                         139 100.00      138 100.00       175 100.00        115 100.00         89     100.00

Part Time Transfer Undergraduates
               Fall 2002      Fall 2003         Fall 2004        Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Gender       #        %     #        %        #        %       #        %           #        %
Female      524      58.29 392      56.32    453      59.68   405      56.17       411      54.37
Male        375      41.71 304      43.68    306      40.32   316      43.83       345      45.63
Total       899     100.00 696     100.00    759     100.00   721     100.00       756     100.00




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Part Time Transfer Undergraduates by Ethnicity
                                                Fall 2002       Fall 2003       Fall 2004       Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Ethnicity                                     #        %      #        %      #        %      #        %      #        %
White-Non-Hispanic                           385 42.83       281 40.37       318 41.90       265 36.75       283     37.43
Black-Non-Hispanic                            44      4.89    38      5.46    51      6.72    55      7.63    45      5.95
Hispanic                                     436 48.50       341 48.99       359 47.30       362 50.21       390     51.59
Asian or Pacific Islander                     24      2.67    30      4.31    21      2.77    29      4.02    32     4.23
American Indian or Alaskan Native             3       0.33    3       0.43    5       0.66     4      0.55     1      0.13
International                                  7      0.78     3      0.43     5      0.66     6      0.83    5      0.66
Unknown or Not Reported                        0      0.00     0      0.00     0      0.00     0      0.00     0      0.00
Total                                        899 100.00      696 100.00      759 100.00      721 100.00      756 100.00


Part Time Transfer Undergraduates by Classification
                           Fall 2002      Fall 2003        Fall 2004       Fall 2005         Fall 2006
Classification           #       %      #        %       #        %      #        %       #          %
Freshmen                91      10.12  85      12.21    76      10.01    45      6.24     59        7.80
Sophomores             279      31.03 238      34.20   259      34.12   271     37.59    263       34.79
Juniors                331      36.82 225      32.33   293      38.60   281     38.97    305       40.34
Seniors                198      22.02 148      21.26   131      17.26   124     17.20    129       17.06
Total                  899 100.00 696 100.00           759 100.00       721 100.00       756       100.00




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UTSA First Time Full Time Cohort Information
This section includes only students who are seeking a degree from UTSA, this excludes the students who are part of the Coordinated
Admissions Program with the University of Texas at Austin and other students who do not plan to get a degree from UTSA. For more
information on this topic please contact the Office of Institutional Research at (210) 458-4706.

First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort by Gender (students seeking degrees at UTSA)
                 Fall 2002      Fall 2003        Fall 2004         Fall 2005        Fall 2006
Gender          #        %     #        %       #        %        #        %       #        %
Female       1,371     55.08 1,524    51.24   1,753    50.99    1,767    51.13   1,853    51.52
Male         1,118     44.92 1,450    48.76   1,685    49.01    1,689    48.87   1,744    48.48
Total        2,489 100.00 2,974 100.00 3,438 100.00 3,456 100.00 3,597 100.00



First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort by Ethnicity (students seeking degrees at UTSA)
                                            Fall 2002        Fall 2003       Fall 2004      Fall 2005    Fall 2006
Ethnicity                                  #        %       #       %       #       %      #       %    #        %
White-Non-Hispanic                        924     37.12 1,146 38.53 1,371 39.88 1,368 39.58 1,527 42.45
Black-Non-Hispanic                        146      5.87    192     6.46    285     8.29   309     8.94 364     10.12
Hispanic                                 1,239 49.78 1,419 47.71 1,536 44.68 1,497 43.32 1,406 39.09
Asian or Pacific Islander                 112      4.50    147     4.94    174     5.06   201     5.82 223      6.20
American Indian or Alaskan Native          13     0.52     19      0.64     23     0.67    23     0.67  26      0.72
International                              55      2.21     51     1.71     49     1.43   58      1.68  50      1.39
Unknown                                     0      0.00      0     0.00      0     0.00     0     0.00   1      0.03
Total                                    2,489 100.00 2,974 100.00 3,438 100.00 3,456 100.00 3,597 100.00




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SAT and ACT Scores

First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort SAT Total (students seeking degrees at UTSA)
                                              Fall 2002       Fall 2003      Fall 2004    Fall 2005    Fall 2006
Reported SAT Total (Mean)                   Mean       #   Mean       #    Mean      #  Mean      #  Mean      #
Regular Admit                                984 2,054 998 2,470 1,009 2,553 1,023 2,573 1,016 2,705
Provisional Admit                            783      14     802      72    793     394  814     386  818     398
Total                                        983 2,068 993 2,542 980 2,947 996 2,959 991 3,103

First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort SAT Total (students seeking degrees at UTSA)
                                              Fall 2002       Fall 2003      Fall 2004     Fall 2005     Fall 2006
Reported SAT Total (Percentile)              25th 75th 25th 75th 25th 75th                25th 75th     25th 75th
Regular Admit                                890 1,070 910 1,080 920 1,090                940 1,100     930 1,090
Provisional Admit                            750     850     750     850    750     850   760     860   770     870
Total                                        890 1,070 900 1,080 890 1,070                900 1,090     900 1,080

First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort SAT Verbal (students seeking degrees at UTSA)
                                              Fall 2002      Fall 2003       Fall 2004    Fall 2005    Fall 2006
Reported SAT Verbal (Mean)                  Mean       #   Mean      #     Mean      #  Mean      #  Mean      #
Regular Admit                                490 2,054 497 2,470 502 2,553 507 2,573 501 2,705
Provisional Admit                            398      14    404      72     396     394  407     386  403     398
Total                                        489 2,068 494 2,542 488 2,947 494 2,959 488 3,103

First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort SAT Verbal (students seeking degrees at UTSA)
                                              Fall 2002      Fall 2003       Fall 2004     Fall 2005     Fall 2006
Reported SAT Verbal (Percentile)             25th 75th 25th 75th 25th 75th                25th 75th     25th 75th
Regular Admit                                440     540    450     540     450     550   450     550   450     550
Provisional Admit                            360     430    370     435     360     430   370     440   370     430
Total                                        430     540    440     540     430     540   440     550   430     540




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First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort SAT Math (students seeking degrees at UTSA)
                                                Fall 2002       Fall 2003       Fall 2004   Fall 2005    Fall 2006
Reported SAT Math (Mean)                       Mean      #    Mean      #    Mean       #  Mean     #  Mean      #
Regular Admit                                  494 2,054 501 2,470 506 2,553 516 2,573 516 2,705
Provisional Admit                              385      14     398     72     396      394 408     386  415     398
Total                                          494 2,068 498 2,542 492 2,947 502 2,959 503 3,103

First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort SAT Math (students seeking degrees at UTSA)
                                                Fall 2002       Fall 2003       Fall 2004     Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Reported SAT Math (Percentile)                 25th 75th 25th 75th 25th 75th                 25th 75th      25th 75th
Regular Admit                                  440     550     450     550    460      550   470     560    460     560
Provisional Admit                              350     430     370     430    370      430   380     440    380     450
Total                                          440     550     450     550    440      540   450     550    450     550

First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort ACT Composite (students seeking degrees at UTSA)
                                                Fall 2002      Fall 2003      Fall 2004     Fall 2005    Fall 2006
Reported ACT Composite (Mean)                  Mean     #    Mean       #   Mean       #   Mean     #   Mean     #
Regular Admit                                   20    1,068    20    1,133    20     1,125  21    1,138  21    1,143
Provisional Admit                               15     12      15      36     16      212   16     198   16     172
Total                                           20    1,080    20    1,169    20     1,337  20    1,336  20    1,315

First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort ACT Composite (students seeking degrees at UTSA)
                                                Fall 2002      Fall 2003      Fall 2004       Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Reported ACT Composite (Percentile)            25th 75th 25th 75th 25th 75th                 25th 75th      25th 75th
Regular Admit                                   18      22     18      22     18      22      19     22      19     22
Provisional Admit                              14.5    16.5    14      17     15      17      15     17      15     17
Total                                          17.5     22     18      22     17      22      18     22      18     22




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Retention and Graduation

Percent of Students in Cohort who were Retained or Graduated by Year (All)
All Students                                    Percent Retained             Percent Graduated
Cohort Year                       # in     One      Two        Three      Four       Five     Six
                                Cohort     Year     Years      Years     Years      Years    Years
1998                             1,825     58.4      44.0       39.6       6.4       19.7     27.1
1999                             1,655     58.0      47.2       42.6       6.3       22.1     30.0
2000                             1,724     62.9      47.5       42.0       7.0       20.9     28.1
2001                             1,678     63.7      48.3       44.3       7.6       22.9
2002                             2,489     63.9      49.6       42.7       8.7
2003                             2,974     61.9      48.7       43.4
2004                             3,438     64.7      48.6
2005                             3,456     65.3


Percent of Students in Cohort who were Retained or Graduated by Year (Men)
Men Only                                        Percent Retained           Percent Graduated
Cohort Year                       # in     One      Two       Three     Four       Five     Six
                                Cohort     Year     Years      Years    Years     Years    Years
1998                              862      58.0      43.5       39.6     3.1       16.2     24.9
1999                              780      50.9      41.9       38.8     4.1       16.3     24.4
2000                              834      60.3      48.0       40.3     5.6       18.5     25.1
2001                              808      65.0      49.6       45.4     6.8       20.7
2002                             1,118     63.0      48.3       41.2     6.4
2003                             1,450     59.9      46.2       41.5
2004                             1,685     63.3      47.0
2005                             1,689     65.4




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Percent of Students in Cohort who were Retained or Graduated by Year (Women)
Women Only                         Percent Retained                 Percent Graduated
Cohort Year         # in      One       Two        Three       Four         Five      Six
                 Cohort       Year     Years       Years      Years        Years     Years
1998                963       58.7      44.4        39.7        9.3         22.7      29.1
1999                875       64.3      51.9        45.9        8.3         27.2      35.1
2000                890       65.4      47.1        43.6        8.2         23.3      31.0
2001                870       62.5      47.1        43.3        8.4         24.9
2002              1,371       64.6      50.6        43.9       10.6
2003              1,524       63.8      51.0        45.2
2004              1,753       65.8      50.2
2005              1,767       65.1


Percent of Students in Cohort who were Retained or Graduated by Year (White)
White                              Percent Retained                 Percent Graduated
Cohort Year         # in      One       Two        Three       Four         Five      Six
                 Cohort       Year     Years       Years      Years        Years     Years
1998                771       56.8      42.5        37.1        6.9         19.5      25.7
1999                611       55.3      43.0        38.0        6.1         19.5      27.2
2000                711       62.9      45.4        39.9        7.7         21.7      28.8
2001                650       59.7      43.5        40.6        8.6         22.9
2002                924       61.5      45.8        38.3       10.3
2003              1,146       58.5      43.1        39.2
2004              1,371       61.3      45.8
2005              1,368       63.2




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Percent of Students in Cohort who were Retained or Graduated by Year (African American)
African American                           Percent Retained          Percent Graduated
Cohort Year                    # in    One      Two      Three     Four      Five     Six
                             Cohort    Year    Years     Years    Years     Years    Years
1998                           110     58.2     39.1      35.5      1.8      16.4     22.7
1999                           125     54.4     45.6      42.4      8.8      22.4     30.4
2000                           120     60.0     40.8      39.2      7.5      20.0     22.5
2001                           113     65.5     45.1      38.9     11.5      21.2
2002                           146     70.5     58.2      48.6      4.8
2003                           192     63.0     51.6      40.1
2004                           285     73.3     51.9
2005                           309     65.4


Percent of Students in Cohort who were Retained or Graduated by Year (Hispanic)
Hispanic                                   Percent Retained          Percent Graduated
Cohort Year                    # in    One      Two      Three     Four      Five    Six
                             Cohort    Year    Years     Years    Years     Years   Years
1998                           867     59.7     45.8      41.8      6.2      20.0    28.3
1999                           808     59.0     49.4      45.5      5.8      23.0    31.3
2000                           818     63.3     49.8      43.4      5.7      19.7    28.1
2001                           800     65.0     50.8      46.9      5.3      22.0
2002                          1,239    63.0     49.1      43.7      6.8
2003                          1,419    63.0     51.2      45.2
2004                          1,536    65.8     49.6
2005                          1,497    66.4




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Percent of Students in Cohort who were Retained or Graduated by Year (Other)
Other Races                                Percent Retained          Percent Graduated
Cohort Year                    # in    One      Two      Three     Four      Five    Six
                              Cohort   Year    Years     Years    Years      Years  Years
1998                            77     58.4     45.5      46.8     10.4       23.4   35.1
1999                           111     69.4     55.9      46.9      9.0       28.8   36.0
2000                            75     64.0     53.3      50.7     12.0       29.3   30.7
2001                           115     75.7     61.7      53.0     14.8       32.2
2002                           180     76.7     65.6      53.9     16.7
2003                           217     71.9     59.5      57.1
2004                           246     67.5     54.5
2005                           282     68.8




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Degrees Awarded by Year
This information is based on the Coordinating Board Graduation Report (CBM009) which is certified by the state. The College
information is based on the Fall 2006 College Structure and the data is provided for the full academic year from Fall (FL) to Summer
(SU). One item to note here is that in the Fall 2004 – Summer 2005 there was one graduate certificate awarded, however it is not
included in this report. For more information regarding this topic please contact the Office of Institutional Research at (210) 458-4706

Degrees Awarded by College Based on the Fall 2006 College Structure
                                       FL01 - SU02      FL02 - SU03             FL03 - SU04       FL04 - SU05        FL05 - SU06
College                                 #        %       #       %               #       %         #       %          #      %
College of Architecture                 32      0.96     40     1.14            54      1.47      71      1.70       126    2.87
College of Business                    953     28.66 1,010 28.69               1,121 30.41       1,245 29.78        1,274 29.03
College of Education                   768     23.10    753    21.39            708    19.21      894    21.39       991    22.58
and Human Development
College of Engineering                 141      4.24    183     5.20            221      6.00     201      4.81      222       5.06
College of Liberal and Fine Arts       814     24.48    869    24.69            932     25.28    1,046    25.02     1,042     23.75
College of Public Policy               176      5.29    204     5.80            219      5.94     221      5.29      200       4.56
College of Sciences                    441     13.26    461    13.10            431     11.69     502     12.01      533      12.15
Total                                 3,325 100.00 3,520 100.00                3,686    100.00   4,180    100.00    4,388     100.00
           Degrees Awarded by College Fall 2005 - Summer 2006                                    College of Architecture

                                                                                                 College of Business

                                                                                                 College of Education and Human
                                                                                                 Development
                                                                                                 College of Engineering

                                                                                                 College of Liberal and Fine Arts

                                                                                                 College of Public Policy

                                                                                                 College of Sciences




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Degrees Awarded by Level and Ethnicity
                                           FL 01 - SU02      FL02 - SU03      FL03-SU04        FL04 - SU05      FL05 - SU06
Level     Ethnicity                         #        %       #        %       #       %        #        %       #        %
Bachelors White                          1,117     42.36   1,204    41.91   1,160   39.84    1,349    41.23   1,402    40.15
          African American                123       4.66    157      5.46    162     5.56     205      6.27    172      4.93
          Hispanic                       1,227     46.53   1,350    46.99   1,387   47.63    1,528    46.70   1,671    47.85
          Asian or Pacific Islander       1,11      4.21    106      3.69    116     3.98     120      3.67    139      3.98
          American Indian or Alaskan
                                           7       0.27     11      0.38     9       0.31     16      0.49     20         0.57
          Native
          International                    52      1.97      45     1.57      78     2.68      54     1.65      88     2.52
          Unknown                           0      0.00       0     0.00       0     0.00       0     0.00       0     0.00
          Total                          2,637    100.00   2,873   100.00   2,912   100.00   3,272   100.00   3,492   100.00
Masters   White                           357     52.27     325    50.70     348    45.25     398    44.47     394    45.44
          African American                 28      4.10      18     2.81      37     4.81      34     3.80      35     4.04
          Hispanic                        221     32.36     198    30.89     255    33.16     331    36.98     313    36.10
          Asian or Pacific Islander        20      2.93      18     2.81      26     3.38      21     2.35      43     4.96
          American Indian or Alaskan
                                           6       0.88     3       0.47     4       0.52     0       0.00      5         0.58
          Native
          International                   51        7.47    79      12.32   99      12.87    110     12.29     76      8.77
          Unknown                          0        0.00     0       0.00    0       0.00     1       0.11      1      0.12
          Total                          683      100.00   641     100.00   769     100.00   895     100.00    867    100.00
Doctoral White                            3        60.00    4      66.67     0       0.00    10      76.92     11     37.93
          African American                0        0.00     0       0.00     1      20.00     0       0.00      0      0.00
          Hispanic                        2       40.00     1      16.67     2      40.00     2      15.38      7     24.14
          Asian or Pacific Islander       0         0.00    0       0.00     1      20.00     0       0.00      4     13.79
          American Indian or Alaskan
                                           0       0.00     0       0.00     0       0.00     0       0.00      0         0.00
          Native
          International                    0       0.00     1       16.67    1      20.00     1       7.69     7      24.14
          Unknown                          0       0.00     0        0.00    0       0.00      0      0.00     0       0.00
          Total                            5      100.00    6      100.00    5      100.00    13     100.00    29     100.00




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All Degrees Awarded by Ethnicity
                                      FL 01 - SU02         FL02 - SU03        FL03-SU04         FL04 - SU05            FL05 - SU06
Level   Ethnicity                      #        %          #        %         #       %         #        %             #        %
Total   White                        1,477    44.42      1,533    43.55     1,508   40.91     1,757    42.03         1,807    41.18
        African American              151      4.54       175      4.97      200     5.43      239      5.72          207      4.72
        Hispanic                     1,450    43.61      1,549    44.01     1,644   44.60     1,861    44.52         1,991    45.37
        Asian or Pacific Islander     131      3.94       124      3.52      143     3.88      141      3.37          186      4.24
        American Indian or Alaskan
                                       13      0.39       14      0.40        13     0.35      16         0.38        25      0.57
        Native
        International                 103      3.10       125     3.55       178     4.83      165        3.95        171     3.90
        Unknown                        0       0.00        0      0.00        0      0.00       1         0.02         1      0.02
        Total                        3,325    100.00     3,520   100.00     3,686   100.00    4,180      100.00      4,388   100.00



Degrees Awarded by Level and Minority Status
                                      FL01 - SU02       FL02 - SU03       FL03 - SU04     FL04 - SU05      FL05 - SU06
Degree Level    Minority Status        #       %         #      %          #      %        #      %         #      %
Bachelors       Non-Minority        1,169 44.33        1,249 43.47       1,238 42.51     1,403 42.88      1,490 42.67
                Minority            1,468 55.67        1,624 56.53       1,674 57.49     1,869 57.12      2,002 57.33
                Total               2,637 100.00       2,873 100.00      2,912 100.00    3,272 100.00     3,492 100.00
Masters         Non-Minority         408      59.74     404    63.03      447    58.13    508    56.82     471    54.33
                Minority             275     40.26      237    36.97      322    41.87    386    43.18     396    45.67
                Total                683 100.00         641 100.00        769 100.00      894 100.00       867 100.00
Doctoral        Non-Minority           3      60.00      5     83.33       1     20.00     11    84.62      18    62.07
                Minority               2     40.00       1     16.67       4     80.00     2     15.38     11     37.93
                Total                  5     100.00      6    100.00       5    100.00     13   100.00      29   100.00
Total           Non-Minority        1,580 47.52        1,658 47.10       1,686 45.74     1,923 45.99      1,979 45.10
                Minority            1,745 52.48        1,862 52.90       2,000 54.26     2,258 54.01      2,409 54.90
                Total               3,325 100.00       3,520 100.00      3,686 100.00    4,180 100.00     4,388 100.00




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Degrees Awarded by Level and Gender
                             FL01 - SU02     FL02 - SU03     FL03 - SU04     FL04 - SU05     FL05 - SU06
Degree Level     Gender       #      %        #      %        #      %        #      %         #     %
Bachelors        Female    1,536 58.25      1,656 57.64     1,605 55.12     1,899 58.04     2,012 57.62
                 Male      1,101 41.75      1,217 42.36     1,307 44.88     1,373 41.96     1,480 42.38
                 Total     2,637 100.00     2,873 100.00    2,912 100.00    3,272 100.00    3,492 100.00
Masters          Female     415     60.76    373    58.19    448    58.26    550    61.52    527    60.78
                 Male       268     39.24    268    41.81    321    41.74    344    38.48    340    39.22
                 Total      683    100.00    641   100.00    769   100.00    894   100.00    867   100.00
Doctoral         Female       1     20.00     3     50.00     2     40.00    10     76.92     10    34.48
                 Male         4     80.00     3     50.00     3     60.00     3     23.08     19    65.52
                 Total        5    100.00     6    100.00     5    100.00     13   100.00     29   100.00
Total            Female    1,952 58.71      2,032 57.73     2,055 55.75     2,459 58.81     2,549 58.09
                 Male      1,373 41.29      1,488 42.27     1,631 44.25     1,722 41.19     1,839 41.91
                 Total     3,325 100.00     3,520 100.00    3,686 100.00    4,180 100.00    4,388 100.00




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College of Architecture Degrees Awarded by Level
               FL01 - SU02      FL02 - SU03      FL03 - SU04     FL04 - SU05      FL05 - SU06
Level           #       %       #        %       #        %      #        %       #        %
Bachelors      31     96.88     40    100.00    51      94.44    66     92.96    118     93.65
Masters         1      3.13      0      0.00     3       5.56     5      7.04     8       6.35
Doctoral        0      0.00      0      0.00     0       0.00     0      0.00     0       0.00
Total          32    100.00     40    100.00    54     100.00    71    100.00    126    100.00


College of Business Degrees Awarded by Level
                FL01 - SU02    FL02 - SU03       FL03 - SU04      FL04 - SU05      FL05 - SU06
Level           #       %      #        %        #        %       #        %       #        %
Bachelors      758    79.54   808     80.00     889     79.30    994     79.84    991     77.79
Masters        195    20.46   202     20.00     232     20.70    251     20.16    273     21.43
Doctoral        0      0.00    0       0.00      0       0.00     0       0.00    10       0.78
Total          953 100.00 1,010 100.00         1,121 100.00     1,245 100.00     1,274 100.00


College of Education and Human Development Degrees Awarded by Level
               FL01 - SU02    FL02 - SU03     FL03 - SU04     FL04 - SU05         FL05 - SU06
Level          #        %     #        %      #        %      #        %          #        %
Bachelors     450     58.59  486     64.54   406     57.34   510     57.05       629     63.47
Masters       316     41.15  265     35.19   300     42.37   375     41.95       353     35.62
Doctoral       2       0.26   2       0.27    2       0.28    9       1.01        9       0.91
Total         768 100.00     753    100.00   708    100.00   894    100.00       991    100.00




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College of Engineering Degrees Awarded by Level
                FL01 - SU02     FL02 - SU03    FL03 - SU04     FL04 - SU05      FL05 - SU06
Level           #        %      #       %       #      %       #        %       #        %
Bachelors      123     87.23   155    84.70   170    76.92    142     70.65    182     81.98
Masters         18     12.77    28    15.30    51    23.08     59     29.35     39     17.57
Doctoral        0       0.00    0      0.00     0     0.00     0       0.00      1      0.45
Total          141 100.00 183 100.00 221 100.00               201     100.00   222     100.00


College of Liberal and Fine Arts Degrees Awarded by Level
                FL01 - SU02      FL02 - SU03    FL03 - SU04     FL04 - SU05      FL05 - SU06
Level           #        %       #       %      #       %       #        %       #        %
Bachelors      747     91.77    809    93.10   863    92.60    967     92.45    959     92.03
Masters         67      8.23     60     6.90    69     7.40     79      7.55     83      7.97
Doctoral         -        -       -       -      -       -       -        -       -        -
Total          814 100.00 869 100.00 932 100.00               1,046 100.00     1,042 100.00


College of Public Policy Degrees Awarded by Level
                 FL01 - SU02     FL02 - SU03    FL03 - SU04    FL04 - SU05      FL05 - SU06
Level            #       %       #       %      #       %      #        %       #        %
Bachelors      157      89.20   188    92.16   191    87.21   184     83.26    168     84.00
Masters         19      10.80    16     7.84    28    12.79    37     16.74     32     16.00
Doctoral         -        -       -       -      -      -       -       -        -       -
Total           176 100.00 204 100.00 219 100.00              221     100.00   200     100.00




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College of Sciences Degrees Awarded by Level
                FL01 - SU02     FL02 - SU03     FL03 - SU04     FL04 - SU05     FL05 - SU06
Level            #       %       #       %       #       %       #       %       #       %
Bachelors       371    84.13    387    83.95    342    79.35    409    81.47    445    83.49
Masters          67    15.19     70    15.18     86    19.95     89    17.73     79    14.82
Doctoral         3      0.68     4      0.87     3      0.70     4      0.80      9     1.69
Total           441    100.00   461    100.00   431   100.00    502   100.00    533   100.00


All Degrees Awarded by Level
              FL01 - SU02     FL02 - SU03        FL03 - SU04     FL04 - SU05     FL05 - SU06
Level          #       %       #       %          #       %       #       %       #       %
Bachelors    2,637   79.31   2,873   81.62      2,912   79.00   3,272   78.26   3,492   79.58
Masters       683    20.54    641    18.21       769    20.86    895    21.41    867    19.76
Doctoral       5      0.15     6      0.17        5      0.14    13      0.31    29      0.66
Total        3,325 100.00 3,520 100.00          3,686 100.00    4,180 100.00    4,388 100.00




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Courses Taught at UTSA
The courses taught information comes from the Coordinating Board Course Report (CBM004) which is certified by the state. The
Course level comes from the Course Inventory and Course Type is defined in the Definitions section of the Fact Book. For each
section the number of courses offered, the number of students enrolled, and the number of semester credit hours generated are
included. The section on college comes from the subject of the course and is for the Fall 2006 college structure For more information
please contact the Office of Institutional Research at (210) 458-4706.
Courses by Level and Course Type
Number Of Courses by Level and Course Type
                                                          Fall 2002       Fall 2003          Fall 2004         Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Course Level           Course Type                       #        %     #         %         #        %       #         %      #        %
Developmental          Organized Classes                37     100.00  45      100.00      60     100.00     71     100.00    67    100.00
                       Lab Classes                       0       0.00    0       0.00       0       0.00     0        0.00    0       0.00
                       Individual Instruction            0       0.00   0        0.00       0       0.00      0       0.00     0      0.00
                       Total                            37     100.00   45     100.00      60     100.00     71     100.00    67    100.00
Lower Division         Organized Classes               730      71.99  798      73.68     896      76.58    907      77.06   999     77.14
                       Lab Classes                     202      19.92  195      18.01     186      15.90    184      15.63   206     15.91
                       Individual Instruction           82       8.09   90       8.31      88       7.52     86       7.31    90      6.95
                       Total                          1,014 100.00 1,083 100.00 1,170 100.00 1,177 100.00 1,295 100.00
Upper Division         Organized Classes               719      66.64  742      68.01     828      66.88    843      66.85   852     66.56
                       Lab Classes                      85       7.88  101       9.26     128      10.34    128      10.15   123      9.61
                       Individual Instruction          275      25.49  248      22.73     282      22.78    290      23.00   305     23.83
                       Total                          1,079 100.00 1,091 100.00 1,238 100.00 1,261 100.00 1,280 100.00
Graduate Level         Organized Classes               296      47.13  325      46.70     362      42.19    417      43.44   432     39.63
                       Lab Classes                       6       0.96    8       1.15      13       1.52     14       1.46    18      1.65
                       Individual Instruction          326      51.91  363      52.16     483      56.29    529      55.10   640     58.72
                       Total                           628     100.00  696     100.00     858     100.00    960     100.00 1,090 100.00
Total                  Organized Classes              1,782 64.61 1,910 65.52 2,146 64.52 2,238 64.51 2,350 62.97
                       Lab Classes                     293      10.62  304      10.43     327       9.83    326       9.40   347      9.30
                       Individual Instruction          683      24.76  701      24.05     853      25.65    905      26.09 1,035 27.73
                       Total                          2,758 100.00 2,915 100.00 3,326 100.00 3,469 100.00 3,732 100.00




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                          Percent of Courses Taught by Level

               100%
                90%
                80%
                70%
% of Courses




                                                                          Graduate Level
                60%
                                                                          Upper Division
                50%
                                                                          Lower Division
                40%
                                                                          Developmental
                30%
                20%
                10%
                 0%
                      Fall 2002 Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006
                                         Semester




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Enrollment in Courses Offered by Level and Course Type
                                                     Fall 2002         Fall 2003         Fall 2004      Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Course Level              Course Type               #        %        #        %        #        %     #         %     #         %
Developmental             Organized Classes      1,245 100.00      1,507 100.00      1,982 100.00 2,338 100.00 2,427          100.00
                          Lab Classes                0      0.00       0      0.00       0      0.00   0        0.00   0        0.00
                          Individual Instruction    0       0.00      0       0.00      0       0.00   0        0.00   0        0.00
                          Total                   1,245 100.00      1,507 100.00      1,982 100.00 2,338 100.00 2,427         100.00
Lower Division            Organized Classes      41,418 90.31      48,524 91.48      51,518 92.44 53,664 92.54 57,359          92.58
                          Lab Classes             4,174     9.10    4,196     7.91    3,896     6.99 3,980      6.86 4,233     6.83
                          Individual Instruction   270      0.59     321      0.61     319      0.57  346       0.60  366       0.59
                          Total                  45,862 100.00     53,041 100.00     55,733 100.00 57,990 100.00 61,958 100.00
Upper Division            Organized Classes      26,400 92.48      28,630 92.34      30,153 90.62 31,524 90.65 31,846          91.00
                          Lab Classes             1,304     4.57    1,578     5.09    2,218     6.67 2,273      6.54 2,242     6.41
                          Individual Instruction   844      2.96     796      2.57     903      2.71  980       2.82  909       2.60
                          Total                  28,548 100.00     31,004 100.00     33,274 100.00 34,777 100.00 34,997 100.00
Graduate Level            Organized Classes      4,999 88.46       6,168 88.77       6,399 86.26     6,406     85.23 6,660     83.73
                          Lab Classes               44      0.78      67      0.96      90      1.21  103       1.37  155       1.95
                          Individual Instruction   608     10.76     713     10.26     929     12.52 1,007     13.40 1,139     14.32
                          Total                   5,651 100.00      6,948 100.00      7,418 100.00 7,516 100.00 7,954         100.00
Total                     Organized Classes      74,062 91.09      84,829 91.71      90,052 91.51 93,932 91.53 98,292          91.57
                          Lab Classes             5,522     6.79    5,841     6.31    6,204     6.30 6,356      6.19 6,630     6.18
                          Individual Instruction  1,722     2.12    1,830     1.98    2,151     2.19 2,333      2.27 2,414      2.25
                          Total                  81,306 100.00     92,500 100.00     98,407 100.00 102,621 100.00 107,336 100.00




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Semester Credit Hours (SCH) Generated in Courses Offered by Level and Course Type
                                            Fall 2002        Fall 2003        Fall 2004          Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Course Level     Course Type              SCH        %     SCH        %     SCH        %       SCH        %       SCH         %
Developmental    Organized Classes       3,735 100.00 4,521 100.00 5,946 100.00               7,014 100.00       7,281     100.00
                 Lab Classes                0       0.00     0       0.00     0       0.00       0       0.00       0        0.00
                 Individual Instruction     0       0.00     0       0.00     0       0.00       0       0.00       0        0.00
                 Total                   3,735 100.00 4,521 100.00 5,946 100.00                7,014 100.00      7,281     100.00
Lower Division   Organized Classes      123,915 94.22 145,523 94.68 154,955 95.20            161,808 95.14      172,561 95.09
                 Lab Classes              7,142     5.43   7,593     4.94   7,293     4.48     7,568     4.45    8,200      4.52
                 Individual Instruction    454      0.35    584      0.38    518      0.32      704      0.41      711       0.39
                 Total                  131,511 100.00 153,700 100.00 162,766 100.00         170,080 100.00     181,472 100.00
Upper Division   Organized Classes      77,733 92.80 84,296 93.04 89,084 91.81               93,361 91.55       94,720      91.82
                 Lab Classes              3,042     3.63   3,641     4.02   4,723     4.87     5,066     4.97    5,130      4.97
                 Individual Instruction  2,993      3.57  2,662      2.94   3,225     3.32     3,547     3.48    3,304       3.20
                 Total                   83,768 100.00 90,599 100.00 97,032 100.00           101,974 100.00     103,154 100.00
Graduate Level   Organized Classes      14,659 89.28 18,128 89.64 18,748 87.16               18,744 85.63       19,591      84.63
                 Lab Classes               147      0.90    198      0.98    277      1.29      358      1.64      463      2.00
                 Individual Instruction  1,613      9.82  1,896      9.38   2,485    11.55     2,787    12.73    3,094      13.37
                 Total                   16,419 100.00 20,222 100.00 21,510 100.00            21,889 100.00      23,148 100.00
Total            Organized Classes      220,042 93.46 252,468 93.84 268,733 93.55            280,927 93.34      294,153 93.37
                 Lab Classes             10,331     4.39  11,432     4.25  12,293     4.28    12,992     4.32   13,793      4.38
                 Individual Instruction  5,060      2.15  5,142      1.91   6,228     2.17     7,038     2.34    7,109       2.26
                 Total                  235,433 100.00 269,042 100.00 287,254 100.00         300,957 100.00     315,055 100.00




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Courses by Level and Tenure Status
Number of Courses by Level and Tenure Status
                                                  Fall 2002         Fall 2003         Fall 2004         Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Level             Tenure Status                  #        %        #         %       #         %       #         %       #           %
Developmental     Non-Tenure Track               37     100.00     45     100.00     60     100.00     71     100.00     67       100.00
                  Tenured/Tenure Track           0       0.00      0        0.00      0       0.00      0       0.00      0         0.00
                  Total                          37     100.00     45     100.00     60     100.00     71     100.00     67       100.00
Lower Division    Non-Tenure Track              641      63.21    718      66.30    789      67.44    860      73.07    996        76.91
                  Tenured/Tenure Track          373     36.79     365     33.70     381     32.56     317     26.93     299        23.09
                  Total                        1,014 100.00      1,083 100.00      1,170 100.00      1,177 100.00      1,295 100.00
Upper Division    Non-Tenure Track              435      40.32    438      40.15    491      39.66    530      42.03    589        46.02
                  Tenured/Tenure Track          644     59.68     653     59.85     747     60.34     731     57.97     691        53.98
                  Total                        1,079 100.00      1,091 100.00      1,238 100.00      1,261 100.00      1,280 100.00
Graduate Level    Non-Tenure Track               70      11.15     94      13.51    103      12.00    107      11.15    128        11.74
                  Tenured/Tenure Track          558     88.85     602     86.49     755     88.00     853     88.85     962        88.26
                  Total                         628 100.00        696 100.00        858 100.00        960 100.00       1,090 100.00
Total             Non-Tenure Track             1,183 42.89       1,295 44.43       1,443 43.39       1,568 45.20       1,780       47.70
                  Tenured/Tenure Track         1,575 57.11       1,620 55.57       1,883 56.61       1,901 54.80       1,952       52.30
                  Total                        2,758 100.00      2,915 100.00      3,326 100.00      3,469 100.00      3,732 100.00




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                                                    Percent of Courses Taught
                                                     by Faculty Tenure Status

                            100%
                             90%
                             80%
Percent of Courses Taught




                             70%
                             60%
                                                                                               Tenured/Tenure Track
                             50%                                                               Non-Tenure Track
                             40%
                             30%
                             20%
                             10%
                              0%
                                   Fall 2002   Fall 2003   Fall 2004   Fall 2005   Fall 2006
                                                           Semester




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Enrollment in Courses Offered by Level and Tenure Status
                                                      Fall 2002          Fall 2003        Fall 2004     Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Enrollment in Courses Tenure Status                   #         %        #       %        #       %     #        %     #        %
Developmental           Non-Tenure Track            1,245    100.00    1,507 100.00     1,982 100.00 2,338 100.00 2,427 100.00
                        Tenured/Tenure Track          0        0.00      0      0.00      0      0.00   0       0.00   0       0.00
                        Total                       1,245    100.00    1,507 100.00     1,982 100.00 2,338 100.00 2,427 100.00
Lower Division          Non-Tenure Track           25,623     55.87   29,890 56.35     33,848 60.73 37,949 65.44 42,793 69.07
                        Tenured/Tenure Track       20,239     44.13   23,151 43.65     21,885 39.27 20,041 34.56 19,165 30.93
                        Total                      45,862    100.00   53,041 100.00    55733 100.00 57,990 100.00 61,958 100.00
Upper Division          Non-Tenure Track           12,081     42.32   14,530 46.86     15,989 48.05 17,058 49.05 18,077 51.65
                        Tenured/Tenure Track       16,467     57.68   16,474 53.14     17,285 51.95 17,719 50.95 16,920 48.35
                        Total                      28,548    100.00   31,004 100.00    33,274 100.00 34,777 100.00 34,997 100.00
Graduate Level          Non-Tenure Track            1,163     20.58    1,997 28.74      1,829 24.66   1,895    25.21 1,965    24.70
                        Tenured/Tenure Track       4,488      79.42   4,951 71.26      5,589 75.34    5,621    74.79 5,989    75.30
                        Total                       5,651    100.00    6,948 100.00     7,418 100.00 7,516 100.00 7,954 100.00
Total                   Non-Tenure Track           40,112     49.33   47,924 51.81     53,648 54.52 59,240 57.73 65,262 60.80
                        Tenured/Tenure Track       41,194     50.67   44,576 48.19     44,759 45.48 43,381 42.27 42,074 39.20
                        Total                      81,306    100.00   92,500 100.00    98,407 100.00 10,2621 100.00 107,336 100.00




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Semester Credit Hours in Courses Offered by Level and Tenure Status
                                              Fall 2002        Fall 2003          Fall 2004          Fall 2005           Fall 2006
                 Tenure Status              SCH        %     SCH        %       SCH        %       SCH        %       SCH         %
Developmental    Non-Tenure Track           3,735 100.00 4,521 100.00           5,946 100.00      7,014 100.00       7,281     100.00
                 Tenured/Tenure Track         0       0.00     0       0.00       0       0.00       0       0.00       0        0.00
                 Total                      3,735 100.00 4,521 100.00           5,946 100.00       7,014 100.00       7,281    100.00
Lower Division   Non-Tenure Track          73,088 55.58 86,440 56.24           98,772 60.68      111,756 65.71      124,757 68.75
                 Tenured/Tenure Track      58,423 44.42 67,260 43.76           63,994 39.32       58,324 34.29       56,715     31.25
                 Total                    131,511 100.00 153,700 100.00       162,766 100.00     170,080 100.00     181,472 100.00
Upper Division   Non-Tenure Track          36,255 43.28 43,040 47.51           46,720 48.15       50,256 49.28      52,806      51.19
                 Tenured/Tenure Track      47,513 56.72 47,559 52.49           50,312 51.85       51,718 50.72       50,348     48.81
                 Total                     83,768 100.00 90,599 100.00         97,032 100.00     101,974 100.00     103,154 100.00
Graduate Level   Non-Tenure Track           3,483    21.21   5,984    29.59     5,460    25.38     5,707    26.07    5,933      25.63
                 Tenured/Tenure Track      12,936 78.79 14,238 70.41           16,050 74.62       16,182 73.93       17,215     74.37
                 Total                     16,419 100.00 20,222 100.00         21,510 100.00      21,889 100.00      23,148 100.00
Total            Non-Tenure Track         116,561 49.51 139,985 52.03         156,898 54.62      174,733 58.06      190,777 60.55
                 Tenured/Tenure Track     118,872 50.49 129,057 47.97         130,356 45.38      126,224 41.94      124,278 39.45
                 Total                    235,433 100.00 269,042 100.00       287,254 100.00     300,957 100.00     315,055 100.00




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Number of Courses by Class Size




Number of Courses by Class Size - Fall 2002
Course Level                   1     2-9    10-19   20-29   30-39   40-49   50-99   100+   Total
Undergraduate Courses        193 201         442     548     237     145     207     157   2,130
Graduate Courses             227 183         118      63      23      8       6       0     628
Total                        420 384         560     611     260     153     213     157   2,758


Number of Courses by Class Size - Fall 2003
Course Level                   1     2-9    10-19   20-29   30-39   40-49   50-99   100+   Total
Undergraduate Courses        150 212         377     656     246     142     256     180   2,219
Graduate Courses             234 204         127     71       44      12      4       0     696
Total                        384 416         504     727     290     154     260     180   2,915


Number of Courses by Class Size - Fall 2004
Course Level                   1     2-9    10-19   20-29   30-39   40-49   50-99   100+   Total
Undergraduate Courses        186 215         432     766     270     157     263     179   2,468
Graduate Courses             325 255         137      85      44      6       6       0     858
Total                        511 470         569     851     314     163     269     179   3,326


Number of Courses by Class Size - Fall 2005
Course Level                   1     2-9    10-19   20-29   30-39   40-49   50-99   100+   Total
Undergraduate Courses        176 240         422     744     290     171     274     192   2,509
Graduate Courses             378 284         176      75      45      2       0       0     960
Total                        554 524         598     819     335     173     274     192   3,469

Number of Courses by Class Size - Fall 2006
Course Level                   1     2-9    10-19   20-29   30-39   40-49   50-99   100+   Total
Undergraduate Courses        214 242         467     759     296     171     289     204   2,642
Graduate Courses             451 324         184      89      35      6       1       0    1,090
Total                        665 566         651     848     331     177     290     204   3,732



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Courses by College

Number of Courses by College (Fall 2006 College Structure)
                                                         Fall 2002      Fall 2003     Fall 2004     Fall 2005      Fall 2006
College                                                 #        %     #        %    #        %    #        %     #        %
College of Architecture                                 56      2.03   65      2.23  77      2.32  89      2.57   86     2.30
College of Business                                    314     11.39  323     11.08 409     12.30 455     13.12  467     12.51
College of Education and Human Development             473     17.15  494     16.95 566     17.02 577     16.63  570     15.27
College of Engineering                                 170      6.16  184      6.31 214      6.43 228      6.57  244      6.54
College of Liberal and Fine Arts                       940     34.08 1,029 35.30    958     28.80 982     28.31 1,052 28.19
College of Public Policy                                53      1.92   62      2.13  72      2.16  76      2.19   95      2.55
College of Sciences                                    721     26.14  727     24.94 743     22.34 764     22.02  960     25.72
Freshman Initiative*                                   15      0.54   16      0.55  264     7.94  279     8.04   235     6.30
Honors**                                                16      0.58   15      0.51  23      0.69  19      0.55   23      0.62
Total                                                 2,758 100.00 2,915 100.00 3,326 100.00 3,469 100.00 3,732 100.00




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Semester Credit Hours (SCH) Generated by College (Fall 2006 College Structure)
                                                Fall 2002         Fall 2003       Fall 2004      Fall 2005       Fall 2006
College                                       SCH        %      SCH        %    SCH       %    SCH       %    SCH         %
College of Architecture                       4,629     1.97    5,288     1.97  6,612    2.30  7,518    2.50  8,004      2.54
College of Business                          45,847 19.47 50,344 18.71 49,799 17.34 52,011 17.28 54,111                 17.18
College of Education and Human Development   31,564 13.41 36,603 13.60 38,799 13.51 40,437 13.44 38,333                 12.17
College of Engineering                        8,450     3.59    8,909     3.31  9,728    3.39 10,414    3.46 10,119      3.21
College of Liberal and Fine Arts             81,416 34.58 99,214 36.88 93,553 32.57 98,393 32.69 104,758 33.25
College of Public Policy                      5,258     2.23    5,702     2.12  6,682    2.33  8,006    2.66  7,857      2.49
College of Sciences                          56,907 24.17 61,566 22.88 56,151 19.55 55,790 18.54 74,776                 23.73
Freshman Initiative*                         1,020      0.43    1,059     0.39 25,449    8.86 28,086    9.33 16,699      5.30
Honors**                                       342      0.15     357      0.13   481     0.17   302     0.10   398       0.13
Total                                       235,433 100.00 269,042 100.00 287,254 100.00 300,957 100.00 315,055 100.00

Course Enrollment by College (Fall 2006 College Structure)
                                                      Fall 2002                          Fall 2003             Fall 2004     Fall 2005       Fall 2006
College                                               #       %                          #       %             #       %     #       %      #         %
College of Architecture                             1,343    1.65                      1,485    1.61         1,847    1.88 2,104    2.05  2,225      2.07
College of Business                                15,311 18.83                       16,800 18.16          16,641 16.91 17,351 16.91 17,943        16.72
College of Education and Human Development         11,330 13.94                       13,025 14.08          13,675 13.90 14,090 13.73 13,417        12.50
College of Engineering                              2,989    3.68                      3,157    3.41         3,448    3.50 3,676    3.58  3,653      3.40
College of Liberal and Fine Arts                   27,512 33.84                       33,397 36.10          31,492 32.00 32,990 32.15 35,099        32.70
College of Public Policy                            1,755    2.16                      1,903    2.06         2,231    2.27 2,670    2.60  2,620      2.44
College of Sciences                                20,576 25.31                       22,211 24.01          20,399 20.73 20,246 19.73 26,642        24.82
Freshman Initiative*                                 340     0.42                       353     0.38        8,483     8.62 9,362    9.12  5,571     5.19
Honors**                                             150     0.18                       169     0.18          191     0.19  132     0.13   166       0.15
Total                                              81,306 100.00                      92,500 100.00         98,407 100.00 102,621 100.00 107,336 100.00
       *Freshmen Initiative courses are defined as MTC, WRC, COR and LC courses designed to help freshmen students succeed at UTSA.
       **Honors Courses are defined here as the discipline of HON, note that other courses have an honors grading system but are in disciplines in other colleges




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Student to Faculty Ratio

Student to Faculty Ratio

                           Fall 2002   Fall 2003   Fall 2004   Fall 2005   Fall 2006
Student/Faculty Ratio       23.59       22.43       24.65       22.76       23.16




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Faculty and Staff Information
For this report the first section contains all faculty members and teaching assistants at UTSA while the second section contains only
faculty members and teaching assistants who are teaching at least one course. All data comes from information certified by the State
of Texas. For more information on this topic please contact the Office of Institutional Research at (210)458-4706
The Staff Information comes from the Human Resources Equal Employment Opportunity report (QEPG006), for more information on
this data please contact Human Resources at (210) 458-4259.

All Faculty Members and Teaching Assistants

Number of Faculty Members by Ethnicity
                                                Fall 2002       Fall 2003       Fall 2004         Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Ethnicity                                      #       %       #       %       #        %        #        %        #          %
White-Non-Hispanic                            682 72.40       701 72.34       760     69.15     780     68.18     796       66.50
Black-Non-Hispanic                             22     2.34     23     2.37     24      2.18      26      2.27      29        2.42
Hispanic                                      143 15.18       146 15.07       187     17.02     195     17.05     224       18.71
Asian or Pacific Islander                      84     8.92     91     9.39    112     10.19     131     11.45     133       11.11
American Indian or Alaskan Native              9      0.96     8      0.83     10      0.91      10      0.87      15        1.25
International                                   2     0.21      0     0.00      6      0.55       1      0.09      0         0.00
Unknown or Not Reported                         0     0.00      0     0.00      0      0.00       1      0.09       0        0.00
Total                                         942 100.00      969 100.00     1,099 100.00      1,144 100.00      1,197 100.00

Number of Teaching Assistants by Ethnicity
                                                Fall 2002       Fall 2003       Fall 2004         Fall 2005          Fall 2006
Ethnicity                                      #       %       #       %       #        %        #        %        #         %
White-Non-Hispanic                            62     42.18    89     46.84     83     38.97     101     39.30     103      36.92
Black-Non-Hispanic                             3      2.04    10      5.26     9       4.23     12       4.67     11        3.94
Hispanic                                      20     13.61    37     19.47    45      21.13     58      22.57     60       21.51
Asian or Pacific Islander                      5      3.40    51     26.84     36     16.90     86      33.46     105      37.63
American Indian or Alaskan Native              2      1.36     3      1.58     1       0.47      0       0.00      0        0.00
International                                  55    37.41     0      0.00     39     18.31      0       0.00      0        0.00
Unknown or Not Reported                         0     0.00     0      0.00      0      0.00      0       0.00      0        0.00
Total                                         147 100.00      190 100.00      213 100.00        257 100.00        279      100.00



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All Faculty Members (continued)

Number of Faculty Members by Gender
            Fall 2002     Fall 2003          Fall 2004        Fall 2005         Fall 2006
Gender     #       %     #       %          #        %       #        %       #         %
Female    371    39.38  395    40.76       449     40.86    477     41.70    501      41.85
Male      571    60.62  574    59.24       650     59.14    667     58.30    696      58.15
Total     942 100.00 969 100.00           1,099 100.00     1,144 100.00     1,197     100.00


Number of Teaching Assistants by Gender
            Fall 2002       Fall 2003       Fall 2004        Fall 2005         Fall 2006
Gender     #       %       #       %       #        %       #        %       #         %
Female     69    46.94     72    37.89     95     44.60    124     48.25    148      53.05
Male       78    53.06    118    62.11    118     55.40    133     51.75    131      46.95
Total     147 100.00 190 100.00           213     100.00   257     100.00   279      100.00

Number of Faculty Members by Tenure Status
                                          Fall 2002    Fall 2003    Fall 2004    Fall 2005     Fall 2006
Tenure Status                            #       %     #      %     #      %     #      %     #       %
Non-Tenured Faculty                     492     45.18 520    44.87 583    44.44 595    42.47 641     43.43
Teaching Assistants (Non-Tenured)       147     13.50 190    16.39 213    16.23 257    18.34 279     18.90
Tenured Faculty                         288     26.45 294    25.37 327    24.92 344    24.55 367     24.86
Tenure Track Faculty                    162     14.88 155    13.37 189    14.41 205    14.63 189     12.80
Total                                  1,089 100.00 1,159 100.00 1,312 100.00 1,401 100.00 1,476 100.00




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All Faculty Members (continued)

Number of Faculty Members by Rank
                        Fall 2002        Fall 2003        Fall 2004        Fall 2005         Fall 2006
Rank                   #       %        #       %        #       %        #       %        #         %
Professor             134     12.30    135     11.65    166     12.65    165     11.78    180       12.20
Associate Professor   155     14.23    159     13.72    160     12.20    183     13.06    191       12.94
Assistant Professor   154     14.14    149     12.86    188     14.33    198     14.13    182       12.33
Instructor             7      0.64      6      0.52      2      0.15      3      0.21      3        0.20
Other Faculty         492     45.18    520     44.87    583     44.44    595     42.47    641       43.43
Teaching Assistant    147     13.50    190     16.39    213     16.23    257     18.34    279       18.90
Total                1,089 100.00     1,159 100.00     1,312 100.00     1,401 100.00     1,476     100.00

Tenured and Tenure Track Faculty by Ethnicity
                                               Fall 2002      Fall 2003       Fall 2004       Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Ethnicity                                     #       %      #       %       #       %       #       %       #        %
White-Non-Hispanic                           305 67.78      299 66.59       328 63.57       341 62.11       334     60.07
Black-Non-Hispanic                           10      2.22    9      2.00    13      2.52    14      2.55     15      2.70
Hispanic                                     69     15.33   68     15.14    81     15.70    91     16.58    96      17.27
Asian or Pacific Islander                     60    13.33    67    14.92    83     16.09    94     17.12    100     17.99
American Indian or Alaskan Native             6      1.33    6      1.34     7      1.36     8      1.46     11      1.98
International                                 0      0.00    0      0.00     4      0.78     1      0.18     0       0.00
Unknown or Not Reported                       0      0.00    0      0.00     0      0.00     0      0.00      0      0.00
Total                                        450 100.00     449 100.00      516 100.00      549 100.00      556 100.00


Tenured and Tenure Track Faculty by Gender
                                               Fall 2002      Fall 2003       Fall 2004       Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Gender                                        #      %       #      %        #      %        #      %        #      %
Female                                       139 30.89      141 31.40       173 33.53       188 34.24       189    33.99
Male                                         311 69.11      308 68.60       343 66.47       361 65.76       367    66.01
Total                                        450 100.00     449 100.00      516 100.00      549 100.00      556 100.00



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FTE of All Faculty Members and Teaching Assistants

FTE of Faculty Members
                                 Fall 2002          Fall 2003          Fall 2004          Fall 2005          Fall 2006
Ethnicity                       #         %        #         %        #         %        #         %        #         %
White-Non-Hispanic           519.28     71.18   532.53     70.28   575.83     67.27   599.62     66.38   614.75     64.72
Black-Non-Hispanic            16.54      2.27    18.25      2.41    19.50      2.28    20.64      2.28    25.52      2.69
Hispanic                     107.60     14.75   116.27     15.35   143.58     16.77   154.10     17.06   173.25     18.24
Asian or Pacific Islander     77.08     10.57    82.63     10.91   101.93     11.91   118.99     13.17   123.39     12.99
American Indian or
                              8.00      1.10     8.00      1.06    10.00      1.17     9.00      1.00    13.00       1.37
 Alaskan Native
International                 1.00     0.14      0.00     0.00      5.17     0.60      1.00     0.11      0.00       0.00
Unknown or Not Reported       0.00     0.00      0.00     0.00      0.00     0.00      0.00     0.00      0.00       0.00
Total                        729.50   100.00    757.68   100.00    856.01   100.00    903.35   100.00    949.91     100.00


FTE of Teaching Assistants
                                Fall 2002          Fall 2003          Fall 2004          Fall 2005          Fall 2006
Ethnicity                      #         %        #         %        #         %        #         %        #         %
White-Non-Hispanic           27.91     41.21    38.22     45.55    36.07     37.20    45.95     38.46    47.28     36.27
Black-Non-Hispanic           1.58       2.33     4.31      5.14      4        4.12     5.88      4.92     5.03      3.86
Hispanic                     9.11      13.45    17.16     20.45    21.42     22.09    26.31     22.02    27.71     21.26
Asian or Pacific Islander     2.83      4.18    22.96     27.37     17       17.53    41.33     34.59    50.32     38.61
American Indian or
                               1        1.48     1.25      1.49     0.5       0.52      0        0.00     0.00       0.00
Alaskan Native
International                25.29     37.34      0       0.00     17.98    18.54       0       0.00       0         0.00
Unknown or Not Reported        0        0.00      0       0.00       0       0.00       0       0.00      0.00       0.00
Total                        67.72    100.00     83.9    100.00    96.97    100.00    119.47   100.00    130.34     100.00




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FTE of All Faculty Members and Teaching Assistants (continued)

FTE of Faculty Members by Gender
                                         Fall 2002     Fall 2003     Fall 2004           Fall 2005        Fall 2006
Gender                                   #       %     #       %     #       %           #       %        #       %
Female                                 280.18 38.41 299.83 39.57 346.30 40.46          371.04 41.07     396.38 41.73
Male                                   449.32 61.59 457.85 60.43 509.71 59.54          532.31 58.93     553.53 58.27
Total                                  729.50 100.00 757.68 100.00 856.01 100.00       903.35 100.00    949.91 100.00


FTE of Teaching Assistants by Gender
                                         Fall 2002       Fall 2003        Fall 2004      Fall 2005        Fall 2006
Gender                                   #       %       #       %        #       %      #       %        #       %
Female                                 32.46 47.93     33.16 39.52      43.23 44.58    57.46    48.10   67.92    52.11
Male                                   35.26 52.07     50.74 60.48      53.74 55.42    62.01    51.90   62.42    47.89
Total                                  67.72 100.00     83.9 100.00     96.97 100.00   119.47 100.00    130.34 100.00


FTE by Tenure Status of Faculty (Teaching Assistants Separated)
                                         Fall 2002        Fall 2003       Fall 2004      Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Tenure Status                            #       %        #       %       #       %      #       %      #       %
Non-Tenured Faculty                    286.48 35.93 315.50 37.49        352.77 37.02 370.92 36.26 401.91 37.21
Teaching Assistants (Non-Tenured)      67.72    8.49    83.90    9.97   96.97 10.18 119.47 11.68 130.34 12.07
Tenured Faculty                        281.17 35.27 287.18 34.12        319.49 33.53 331.76 32.44 360.00 33.33
Tenure Track Faculty                   161.85 20.30 155.00 18.42        183.75 19.28 200.67 19.62 188.00 17.40
Total                                  797.22 100.00 841.58 100.00      952.98 100.00 1022.82 100.00 1080.25 100.00




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FTE of All Faculty Members and Teaching Assistants (continued)


FTE by Rank (Teaching Assistants Separated)
                            Fall 2002           Fall 2003            Fall 2004          Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Rank                       #         %         #         %          #         %        #          %        #        %
Professor               130.44     16.36    130.44     15.50     162.50     17.05   156.39      15.29   175.75     16.27
Associate Professor     151.73     19.03    156.74     18.62     155.99     16.37   179.37      17.54   188.25     17.43
Assistant Professor     153.85     19.30    149.00     17.70     182.75     19.18    193.67     18.93    181.00    16.76
Instructor               7.00       0.88     6.00       0.71      2.00       0.21     3.00       0.29     3.00     0.28
Other Faculty           286.48     35.93    315.50     37.49     352.77     37.02   370.92      36.26   401.91     37.21
Teaching Assistant       67.72      8.49     83.90      9.97      96.97     10.18   119.47      11.68   130.34     12.07
Total                   797.22 100.00 841.58 100.00              952.98 100.00      1022.82 100.00      1080.25 100.00




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Instructional Faculty* Members and Teaching Assistants

Number of Instructional Faculty by Ethnicity
                                                   Fall 2002       Fall 2003        Fall 2004          Fall 2005        Fall 2006
                                                  #       %       #       %        #        %        #         %        #       %
White-Non-Hispanic                              646 71.86       669 71.94        719      69.20     736      68.40    759     66.70
Black-Non-Hispanic                               22      2.45    23      2.47     23       2.21      25      2.32      27      2.37
Hispanic                                        139 15.46       142 15.27        178      17.13     182      16.91    216     18.98
Asian or Pacific Islander                        81      9.01    88      9.46    106      10.20     121      11.25    123     10.81
American Indian or Alaskan Native                9       1.00    8       0.86     9        0.87      10       0.93     13      1.14
International                                     2      0.22     0      0.00      4       0.38       1      0.09      0       0.00
Unknown or Not Reported                           0      0.00     0      0.00      0       0.00       1       0.09      0      0.00
Total                                           899 100.00      930 100.00      1,039 100.00       1,076 100.00      1,138 100.00


Number of Instructional Teaching Assistants by Ethnicity
                                                   Fall 2002       Fall 2003         Fall 2004       Fall 2005        Fall 2006
                                                  #       %       #       %         #        %      #        %        #       %
White-Non-Hispanic                               57     41.91    72     57.14      66      41.25   90      38.79     80     38.28
Black-Non-Hispanic                                3      2.21     5      3.97       7       4.38   12       5.17      9      4.31
Hispanic                                         18     13.24    25     19.84      28      17.50   50      21.55     44     21.05
Asian or Pacific Islander                         5      3.68    23     18.25      21      13.13   80      34.48     76     36.36
American Indian or Alaskan Native                2       1.47     1      0.79       1       0.63    0       0.00      0      0.00
International                                    51     37.50     0      0.00      37      23.13    0       0.00      0      0.00
Unknown or Not Reported                           0      0.00     0      0.00       0       0.00    0       0.00      0      0.00
Total                                           136 100.00 126 100.00             160     100.00   232    100.00     209 100.00
*Instructional means the Faculty/Teaching Assistants who are teaching at least one course




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Instructional Faculty Members and Teaching Assistants (continued)

Number of Instructional Faculty by Gender
                                             Fall 2002       Fall 2003    Fall 2004    Fall 2005    Fall 2006
Gender                                       #      %        #      %     #      %     #      %     #      %
Female                                      354    39.38    381    40.97 427    41.10 455    42.29 477    41.92
Male                                        545    60.62    549    59.03 612    58.90 621    57.71 661    58.08
Total                                       899 100.00      930 100.00 1,039 100.00 1,076 100.00 1,138 100.00


Number of Instructional Teaching Assistants by Gender
                                              Fall 2002      Fall 2003      Fall 2004      Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Gender                                        #      %       #      %       #      %       #      %       #       %
Female                                       62     45.59   50     39.68   72     45.00   107    46.12   110     52.63
Male                                         74     54.41   76     60.32   88     55.00   125    53.88    99     47.37
Total                                        136 100.00     126 100.00     160 100.00     232 100.00     209 100.00


Number of Instructional Faculty and Teaching Assistants by Tenure Status
                                              Fall 2002      Fall 2003    Fall 2004    Fall 2005    Fall 2006
Tenure Status                                #       %       #      %     #      %     #      %     #      %
Non-Tenured Faculty                         468     45.22   497    47.06 550    45.87 565    43.20 618    45.88
Non-Tenured (Teaching Assistants)           136     13.14   126    11.93 160    13.34 232    17.74 209    15.52
Tenured Faculty                             272     26.28   281    26.61 307    25.60 317    24.24 341    25.32
Tenure Track Faculty                        159     15.36   152    14.39 182    15.18 194    14.83 179    13.29
Total                                      1,035 100.00 1,056 100.00 1,199 100.00 1,308 100.00 1,347 100.00




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Instructional Faculty Members and Teaching Assistants (continued)

Number of Instructional Faculty and Teaching Assistants by Rank
                              Fall 2002       Fall 2003        Fall 2004        Fall 2005         Fall 2006
Rank                        #         %      #        %       #        %       #        %         #       %
Professor                  121      11.69   123     11.65    152     12.68    148     11.31      163    12.10
Associate Professor        152      14.69   158     14.96    154     12.84    172     13.15      182    13.51
Assistant Professor        151      14.59   146     13.83    181     15.10    188     14.37      172    12.77
Instructor                  7        0.68    6       0.57     2       0.17     3       0.23       3      0.22
Other Faculty              468      45.22   497     47.06    550     45.87    565     43.20      618    45.88
Teaching Assistants        136      13.14   126     11.93    160     13.34    232     17.74      209    15.52
Total                     1,035 100.00 1,056 100.00 1,199 100.00             1,308 100.00       1,347 100.00

Number of Instructional Tenured and Tenure Track Faculty by Ethnicity
                                               Fall 2002     Fall 2003         Fall 2004        Fall 2005        Fall 2006
Ethnicity                                    #        %     #       %         #       %        #       %         #       %
White-Non-Hispanic                          289 67.05 287 66.28              313 64.01        319 62.43         314    60.38
Black-Non-Hispanic                          10       2.32   9      2.08      13      2.66     13      2.54      13      2.50
Hispanic                                    67      15.55  65     15.01      76     15.54     80     15.66      91     17.50
Asian or Pacific Islander                    59     13.69  66     15.24      79     16.16     90     17.61      93     17.88
American Indian or Alaskan Native            6       1.39   6      1.39       6      1.23      8      1.57       9      1.73
International                                 0      0.00   0      0.00       2      0.41      1      0.20       0      0.00
Unknown or Not Reported                       0      0.00   0      0.00       0      0.00      0      0.00       0      0.00
Total                                       431 100.00 433 100.00            489 100.00       511 100.00        520 100.00


Number of Instructional Tenured and Tenure Track Faculty by Gender
                                              Fall 2002      Fall 2003         Fall 2004        Fall 2005        Fall 2006
Gender                                       #      %       #      %          #      %         #      %          #      %
Female                                      133 30.86 137 31.64              168 34.36        179 35.03         177    34.04
Male                                        298 69.14 296 68.36              321 65.64        332 64.97         343    65.96
Total                                       431 100.00 433 100.00            489 100.00       511 100.00        520 100.00


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FTE of Instructional Faculty and Teaching Assistants

Instructional Faculty FTE by Ethnicity
                                             Fall 2002      Fall 2003      Fall 2004           Fall 2005         Fall 2006
Ethnicity                                 FTE        %   FTE        %   FTE        %        FTE        %      FTE         %
White-Non-Hispanic                       462.83 70.70 488.20 70.93 510.57 68.75            536.79 67.02      548.54     65.73
Black-Non-Hispanic                       15.23      2.33 14.14     2.05 16.50     2.22      18.00     2.25    20.71      2.48
Hispanic                                 96.98 14.81 101.77 14.79 121.31 16.33             135.70 16.94      148.77     17.83
Asian or Pacific Islander                 71.58 10.93 76.51 11.12 82.48 11.11              101.12 12.63      105.24     12.61
American Indian or Alaskan Native         7.01      1.07 7.68      1.12 8.66      1.17      8.75      1.09   11.33       1.36
International                              1.00     0.15  0.00     0.00  3.17     0.43      0.56      0.07    0.00       0.00
Unknown or Not Reported                    0.00     0.00  0.00     0.00  0.00     0.00       0.00     0.00     0.00      0.00
Total                                    654.63 100.00 688.30 100.00 742.69 100.00         800.92 100.00     834.59 100.00


Instructional Teaching Assistants FTE by Ethnicity
                                          Fall 2002         Fall 2003        Fall 2004        Fall 2005          Fall 2006
Ethnicity                              FTE        %      FTE        %     FTE        %     FTE        %      FTE          %
White-Non-Hispanic                     23.15 39.42       30.72 56.27      28.26 39.96      37.65 37.71       34.31      37.10
Black-Non-Hispanic                     1.58      2.69     2.40     4.40    3.25     4.60    5.63     5.64     4.03       4.36
Hispanic                               7.61     12.96    11.61 21.27      12.98 18.35      21.88 21.92       19.75      21.35
Asian or Pacific Islander              2.50      4.26     9.61    17.60    9.50    13.43   34.68 34.74       34.4       37.19
American Indian or Alaskan Native      1.00      1.70    0.25      0.46   0.50      0.71   0.00      0.00      0        0.00
International                          22.89 38.97        0.00     0.00   16.23 22.95       0.00     0.00      0         0.00
Unknown or Not Reported                 0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00    0.00     0.00    0.00     0.00       0        0.00
Total                                  58.73 100.00      54.59 100.00     70.72 100.00     99.84 100.00      92.49     100.00




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Instructional Faculty FTE by Gender
                                           Fall 2002     Fall 2003    Fall 2004     Fall 2005     Fall 2006
Gender                                    FTE      %   FTE       %   FTE      %    FTE      %    FTE      %
Female                                   250.66 38.29 272.05 39.52 312.42 42.07 334.61 41.78 348.01 41.70
Male                                     403.97 61.71 416.25 60.48 430.27 57.93 466.31 58.22 486.58 58.30
Total                                    654.63 100.00 688.3 100.00 742.69 100.00 800.92 100.00 834.59 100.00

Instructional Teaching Assistants FTE by Gender
                                            Fall 2002       Fall 2003       Fall 2004       Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Gender                                    FTE       %     FTE       %     FTE       %     FTE       %    FTE       %
Female                                    25.66 43.69     23.31 42.70     32.76 46.32     46.48 46.55    47.52 51.38
Male                                      33.07 56.31     31.28 57.30     37.96 53.68     53.36 53.45    44.97 48.62
Total                                     58.73 100.00    54.59 100.00    70.72 100.00    99.84 100.00   92.49 100.00

FTE of Instructional Faculty and Teaching Assistants by Tenure Status
                                           Fall 2002        Fall 2003       Fall 2004       Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Tenure Status                             FTE       %      FTE      %      FTE      %      FTE      %     FTE       %
Non-Tenured Faculty                      254.00 35.61 279.65 37.64        307.50 37.80    337.32 37.45   358.14 38.63
Non-Tenured (Teaching Assistants)        58.73    8.23    54.59    7.35   70.72    8.69   99.84 11.08    92.49     9.98
Tenured Faculty                          246.70 34.58 261.16 35.15        266.48 32.76    285.33 31.68   307.99 33.22
Tenure Track Faculty                     153.93 21.58 147.49 19.85        168.71 20.74    178.27 19.79   168.46 18.17
Total                                    713.36    100    742.89   100    813.41   100    900.76   100   927.08 100.00




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FTE of Instructional Faculty and Teaching Assistants (continued)

FTE of Instructional Faculty and Teaching Assistants by Rank
                             Fall 2002        Fall 2003        Fall 2004         Fall 2005         Fall 2006
Rank                      FTE        %     FTE        %      FTE       %       FTE       %       FTE       %
Professor                106.23 14.89 110.77 14.91 128.31 15.77               128.46 14.26      147.03 15.86
Associate Professor      141.47 19.83 150.39 20.24           136.5    16.78   159.62 17.72      164.96 17.79
Assistant Professor      146.26 20.50 141.49 19.05 168.72 20.74               172.52 19.15      161.46 17.42
Instructor                6.67      0.94     6       0.81    1.66     0.20       3      0.33       3      0.32
Other Faculty            254.00 35.61 279.65 37.64 307.50 37.80               337.32 37.45      358.14 38.63
Teaching Assistant        58.73     8.23   54.59     7.35    70.72    8.69     99.84    11.08    92.49    9.98
Total                    713.36 100.00 742.89 100.00 813.41 100.00            900.76 100.00     927.08 100.00




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All Faculty Rank by Ethnicity
All Faculty Rank by Ethnicity
                                                Fall 2002      Fall 2003     Fall 2004     Fall 2005     Fall 2006
Rank      Ethnicity                             #      %      #       %      #      %      #      %      #       %
Professor White-Non-Hispanic                  100 74.63       96 71.11      115 69.28     114 69.09     120 66.67
          Black-Non-Hispanic                   1      0.75    1      0.74    3     1.81    2     1.21    3      1.67
          Hispanic                            18 13.43       19 14.07       23 13.86      22 13.33      26     14.44
          Asian or Pacific Islander            12     8.96   16 11.85       22 13.25      25 15.15      26     14.44
          American Indian or Alaskan Native    3      2.24    3      2.22    3     1.81    2     1.21    5      2.78
          International                         0     0.00     0     0.00    0     0.00    0     0.00    0      0.00
          Unknown or Not Reported               0     0.00     0     0.00    0     0.00    0     0.00    0      0.00
          Total                               134 100.00     135 100.00     166 100.00    165 100.00    180 100.00
Associate White-Non-Hispanic                  107 69.03      111 69.81      111 69.38     123 67.21     126 65.97
Professor Black-Non-Hispanic                   3      1.94    4      2.52    3     1.88    4     2.19    5      2.62
          Hispanic                            25 16.13       24 15.09       24 15.00      28 15.30      30     15.71
          Asian or Pacific Islander            17 10.97      17 10.69       19 11.88      24 13.11      27     14.14
          American Indian or Alaskan Native    3      1.94    3      1.89    3     1.88    4     2.19    3      1.57
          International                         0     0.00     0     0.00    0     0.00    0     0.00    0      0.00
          Unknown or Not Reported               0     0.00     0     0.00    0     0.00    0     0.00    0      0.00
          Total                               155 100.00     159 100.00     160 100.00    183 100.00    191 100.00
Assistant White-Non-Hispanic                   95 61.69       89 59.73      101 53.72     102 51.52     87     47.80
Professor Black-Non-Hispanic                   6      3.90    4      2.68    7     3.72    7     3.54    7      3.85
          Hispanic                            23 14.94       24 16.11       34 18.09      41 20.71      38     20.88
          Asian or Pacific Islander            30 19.48      32 21.48       41 21.81      45 22.73      47     25.82
          American Indian or Alaskan Native    0      0.00    0      0.00    1     0.53    2     1.01    3      1.65
          International                         0     0.00     0     0.00    4     2.13    1     0.51    0      0.00
          Unknown or Not Reported               0     0.00     0     0.00    0     0.00    0     0.00    0      0.00
          Total                               154 100.00     149 100.00     188 100.00    198 100.00    182 100.00




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All Faculty Rank by Ethnicity (continued)
                                                 Fall 2002   Fall 2003   Fall 2004      Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Rank       Ethnicity                            #       %    #      %    #      %      #       %       #       %
Instructor White-Non-Hispanic                    3    42.86  3    50.00  1    50.00     2    66.67     1     33.33
           Black-Non-Hispanic                   0      0.00 0      0.00 0      0.00     1    33.33     0      0.00
           Hispanic                             3     42.86 1     16.67 0      0.00    0      0.00    2      66.67
           Asian or Pacific Islander             1    14.29  2    33.33  1    50.00     0     0.00     0      0.00
           American Indian or Alaskan Native    0      0.00 0      0.00 0      0.00     0     0.00     0      0.00
           International                         0     0.00  0     0.00  0     0.00     0     0.00     0      0.00
           Unknown or Not Reported               0     0.00  0     0.00  0     0.00     0     0.00     0      0.00
           Total                                7 100.00 6 100.00 2 100.00              3 100.00       3    100.00
Other      White-Non-Hispanic                  377 76.63 402 77.31 432 74.10          439 73.78      462 72.07
Faculty    Black-Non-Hispanic                  12      2.44 14     2.69 11     1.89    12     2.02    14      2.18
           Hispanic                            74 15.04 78 15.00 106 18.18            104 17.48      128 19.97
           Asian or Pacific Islander            24     4.88 24     4.62 29     4.97    37     6.22    33      5.15
           American Indian or Alaskan Native    3      0.61 2      0.38 3      0.51     2     0.34     4      0.62
           International                         2     0.41  0     0.00  2     0.34     0     0.00     0      0.00
           Unknown or Not Reported               0     0.00  0     0.00  0     0.00     1     0.17     0      0.00
           Total                               492 100.00 520 100.00 583 100.00       595 100.00     641 100.00
Teaching White-Non-Hispanic                     62 42.18 89 46.84 83 38.97            101 39.30      103 36.92
Assistant Black-Non-Hispanic                    3      2.04 10     5.26  9     4.23    12     4.67    11      3.94
           Hispanic                            20 13.61 37 19.47 45 21.13             58 22.57       60      21.51
           Asian or Pacific Islander             5     3.40 51 26.84 36 16.90          86 33.46      105 37.63
           American Indian or Alaskan Native    2      1.36 3      1.58 1      0.47     0     0.00     0      0.00
           International                        55 37.41     0     0.00 39 18.31        0     0.00     0      0.00
           Unknown or Not Reported               0     0.00  0     0.00  0     0.00     0     0.00     0      0.00
           Total                               147 100.00 190 100.00 213 100.00       257 100.00     279 100.00




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UTSA Staff Information by EEO Category

Employees by EEO Classification and Gender
                              Fall 2002             Fall 2003             Fall 2004              Fall 2005              Fall 2006
EEO Classification          #          %          #          %          #          %           #          %          #           %
Administrative            229        6.68       256        6.72       264        6.19        296        6.34        318        6.37
  Male                    118        51.53      136        53.13      133        50.38       153        51.69       167        52.52
  Female                  111        48.47      120        46.88      131        49.62       143        48.31       151        47.48
Faculty*                 1,006       29.35     1,049       27.52     1,183       27.72      1,249       26.76      1,360       27.23
  Male                    603        59.94      621        59.20      684        57.82       717        57.41       771        56.69
  Female                  403        40.06      428        40.80      499        42.18       532        42.59       589        43.31
Professional              735        21.44      889        23.32      986        23.11      1055        22.61      1073       21.48
  Male                    266        36.19      331        37.23      376        38.13       428        40.57       465        43.34
  Female                  469        63.81      558        62.77      610        61.87       627        59.43       608        56.66
Clerical                  648       18.90       938        24.61     1,116       26.15      1,334       28.58      1,426       28.55
  Male                    176        27.16      311        33.16      379        33.96       446        33.43       478        33.52
  Female                  472        72.84      627        66.84      737        66.04       888        66.57       948        66.48
Technical                 504        14.70      385        10.10      382         8.95       393         8.42       416         8.33
  Male                    262        51.98      199        51.69      207        54.19       200        50.89       217        52.16
  Female                  242        48.02      186        48.31      175        45.81       193        49.11       199        47.84
Skilled                    37        1.08        36        0.94       39         0.91        43         0.92        52         1.04
  Male                     37       100.00       36       100.00       39       100.00        43       100.00        52       100.00
  Female                    0         0.00        0         0.00        0         0.00         0         0.00         0         0.00
Service                   269        7.85       259        6.79       297        6.96        297        6.36        350        7.01
  Male                    169        62.83      170        65.64      193        64.98       208        70.03       208        59.43
  Female                  100        37.17       89        34.36      104        35.02        89        29.97       142       40.57
Total                    3,428      100.00     3,812      100.00     4,267      100.00      4,667      100.00      4,995      100.00
  Male                   1,624       47.37     1,804       47.32     2,011       47.13      2,195       47.03      2,358       47.21
  Female                 1,804       52.63     2,008       52.68     2,256       52.87      2,472       52.97      2,637       52.79
*These counts for faculty are not the same as in the Faculty section due to differences in timing of the reports




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Employees by EEO Classification and Ethnicity
                                        Fall 2002           Fall 2003           Fall 2004            Fall 2005          Fall 2006
EEO Classification                     #         %         #         %         #         %          #         %        #         %
Administrative                       229        6.68     256        6.72     264        6.19      296        6.34    318        6.37
  White                              158       69.00     175       68.36     176       66.67      199       67.23    203       63.84
  Native American                     3        1.31       1        0.39        1        0.38       1         0.34     1        0.31
  Black                                9        3.93      10        3.91      11        4.17       11        3.72     10        3.14
  Asian American                      3         1.31      4         1.56       4        1.52       6         2.03    11         3.46
  Hispanic                            56       24.45      66       25.78      72       27.27       79       26.69     93       29.25
Faculty                             1,006      29.35    1,049      27.52    1,183      27.72     1,249      26.76   1,360      27.23
  White                              698       69.38     707       67.40     768       64.92      792       63.41    830       61.03
  Native American                     10        0.99      11        1.05       9        0.76       10        0.80     14        1.03
  Black                               23        2.29      30        2.86      31        2.62       32        2.56     34        2.50
  Asian American                     118       11.73     134       12.77     170       14.37      197       15.77    231       16.99
  Hispanic                           157       15.61     167       15.92     205       17.33      218       17.45    251       18.46
Professional                         735       21.44     889       23.32     986       23.11     1,055      22.61   1,073      21.48
  White                              425       57.82     486       54.67     521       52.84      534       50.62    530       49.39
  Native American                      2        0.27       1        0.11       5        0.51        6        0.57      7        0.65
  Black                               32        4.35      49        5.51      40        4.06       51        4.83     48        4.47
  Asian American                      56        7.62      62        6.97     122       12.37      142       13.46    148       13.79
  Hispanic                           220       29.93     291       32.73     298       30.22      322       30.52    340       31.69
Clerical                             648       18.90     938       24.61    1,116      26.15     1,334      28.58   1,426      28.55
  White                              229       35.34     323       34.43     366       32.80      464       34.78    480       33.66
  Native American                      2        0.31       6        0.64       3        0.27        4        0.30      8        0.56
  Black                               43        6.64      70        7.46      92        8.24      128        9.60    130        9.12
  Asian American                      32        4.94      51        5.44      59        5.29       55        4.12     92        6.45
  Hispanic                           342       52.78     488       52.03     596       53.41      683       51.20    716       50.21
*These counts for faculty are not the same as in the Faculty section due to differences in timing of the reports




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Employees by EEO Classification and Ethnicity (continued)
                             Fall 2002       Fall 2003       Fall 2004         Fall 2005         Fall 2006
EEO Classification          #        %      #        %     #         %       #         %        #        %
Technical                 504      14.70  385      10.10  382       8.95    393       8.42    416       8.33
  White                   273      54.17  187      48.57  170      44.50    161      40.97    171      41.11
  Native American          2       0.40     2      0.52    3       0.79      2       0.51      2       0.48
  Black                    24       4.76   17       4.42   13       3.40     21       5.34     29       6.97
  Asian American           20       3.97   21       5.45   19       4.97     31       7.89     24       5.77
  Hispanic                185      36.71  158      41.04  177      46.34    178      45.29    190      45.67
Skilled                    37       1.08   36       0.94   39       0.91     43       0.92     52      1.04
  White                   16       43.24   17      47.22   18      46.15     18      41.86     22      42.31
  Native American          0       0.00     0      0.00    0       0.00      0       0.00      0       0.00
  Black                     3       8.11    3       8.33    3       7.69      3       6.98      3       5.77
  Asian American            0       0.00    0       0.00    0       0.00      0       0.00      0       0.00
  Hispanic                 18      48.65   16      44.44  18       46.15     22      51.16     27      51.92
Service                   269       7.85  259       6.79  297       6.96    297       6.36    350      7.01
  White                    80      29.74   73      28.19  79       26.60    84       28.28    104      29.71
  Native American          1       0.37     1      0.39    0       0.00      0       0.00      0       0.00
  Black                    20       7.43   14       5.41   12       4.04      7       2.36     12       3.43
  Asian American            7       2.60    4       1.54    9       3.03      6       2.02      9       2.57
  Hispanic                161      59.85  167      64.48  197      66.33    200      67.34    225      64.29
Total                    3,428 100.00 3,812 100.00 4,267 100.00            4,667 100.00      4,995 100.00
  White                  1,879 54.81 1,968 51.63 2,098 49.17               2,252 48.25       2,340 46.85
  Native American          20      0.58    22      0.58   21       0.49     23       0.49      32       0.64
  Black                   154       4.49  193       5.06  202       4.73    253       5.42    266      5.33
  Asian American          236       6.88  276       7.24  383       8.98    437       9.36    515      10.31
  Hispanic               1,139 33.23 1,353 35.49 1,563 36.63               1,702 36.47       1,842 36.88




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        Fall 2006 UTSA Staff by Ethnicity




37%
                                            White
                                     47%    Native American
                                            Black
                                            Asian American
                                            Hispanic




      10%
                5% 1%




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Downtown Campus Profiles
This profile contains information on all students who are enrolled in at least one course at the Downtown Campus. The campus
location information comes from the Census Day student files and uses the location of the courses to determine whether a student is
enrolled in any courses at the Downtown Campus.
Downtown Student Information
Number of Students Enrolled by College
                                            Fall 2002         Fall 2003           Fall 2004         Fall 2005     Fall 2006
Enrollment                                  #       %        #         %         #        %        #        %    #        %
College of Architecture                   177      3.72     562       9.42      692     11.36     819     13.26 853     13.34
College of Business                       869     18.28 1,073 17.98             952     15.63     948     15.35 913     14.28
College of Education and
                                         1,361 28.63 1,682 28.18 1,980 32.50 1,905 30.84 1,818 28.44
 Human Development
College of Engineering                     62      1.30      76       1.27       53      0.87      56      0.91  69      1.08
College of Liberal and Fine Arts          645     13.57     733      12.28      697     11.44     717     11.61 735     11.50
College of Public Policy                  589     12.39     646      10.82      680     11.16     766     12.40 816     12.77
College of Sciences                       525     11.04     690      11.56      708     11.62     670     10.85 690     10.79
No College Identified                     526     11.06     506      8.48       330      5.42     296      4.79 498      7.79
Total                                    4,754 100.00 5,968 100.00 6,092 100.00 6,177 100.00 6,392 100.00

Number of Students by Classification
                    Fall 2002          Fall 2003            Fall 2004          Fall 2005           Fall 2006
Classification      #        %         #        %           #        %         #        %        #         %
Freshmen          446       9.38     720      12.06       652      10.70     689      11.15    867       13.56
Sophomore         494      10.39     690      11.56       681      11.18     698      11.30    767       12.00
Junior            953      20.05    1,084     18.16      1,193     19.58    1,210     19.59   1,181      18.48
Senior           1,649     34.69    1,965     32.93      2,119     34.78    2,174     35.20   2,188      34.23
Post-Bac          327       6.88     301       5.04       153       2.51     165       2.67    100        1.56
Masters           864      18.17    1,176     19.71      1,261     20.70    1,206     19.52   1,234      19.31
Doctoral           21       0.44      32       0.54        33       0.54      35       0.57     55       0.86
Total            4,754 100.00 5,968 100.00               6,092 100.00       6,177 100.00      6,392 100.00




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Number of Students Enrolled by Gender
             Fall 2002        Fall 2003        Fall 2004        Fall 2005         Fall 2006
Gender      #        %       #        %       #        %       #        %       #         %
Female    2,888    60.75   3,745    62.75   3,912    64.22   3,880    62.81   3,951     61.81
Male      1,866    39.25   2,223    37.25   2,180    35.78   2,297    37.19   2,441     38.19
Total     4,754 100.00 5,968 100.00         6,092 100.00     6,177 100.00     6,392     100.00


Number of Students Enrolled by Ethnicity
                                          Fall 2002    Fall 2003    Fall 2004    Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Ethnicity                                #       %    #       %    #       %     #      %     #         %
White                                  1,579 33.21 1,993 33.39 2,078 34.11 2,018 32.67 2,027          31.71
African American                        304     6.39 351     5.88 380     6.24 413     6.69 419        6.56
Hispanic                               2,706 56.92 3,344 56.03 3,364 55.22 3,473 56.22 3,638          56.91
Asian or Pacific Islander               109     2.29 167     2.80 162     2.66 146     2.36 185       2.89
American Indian or Alaskan Native       16      0.34 15      0.25 21      0.34  27     0.44  21        0.33
International                            40     0.84  98     1.64  86     1.41  97     1.57  93        1.45
Unknown                                   0     0.00   0     0.00   1     0.02   3     0.05   9        0.14
Total                                  4,754 100.00 5,968 100.00 6,092 100.00 6,177 100.00 6,392 100.00




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Downtown Faculty Information
The faculty members identified in this report teach at least one course at the Downtown Campus. Note that there are also
administrators and other faculty who have offices at the Downtown Campus, however if they are not the primary instructor of any
courses at the Downtown Campus they will not be included here.

Number of Instructional Faculty who teach at the Downtown Campus by Ethnicity
                                                 Fall 2002    Fall 2003    Fall 2004                Fall 2005       Fall 2006
Ethnicity                                      #        %   #        %    #       %                #       %        #       %
White-Non-Hispanic                            146 67.91 167 67.34 197 67.70                       198 69.23        193    65.87
Black-Non-Hispanic                              7      3.26  8      3.23  8      2.75              6      2.10      8      2.73
Hispanic                                       52     24.19 64     25.81 75     25.77             65     22.73     72     24.57
Asian or Pacific Islander                       9      4.19  8      3.23  9      3.09             13      4.55     18      6.14
American Indian or Alaskan Native              1       0.47  1      0.40  2      0.69              3      1.05      2      0.68
International                                   0      0.00  0      0.00  0      0.00              1      0.35      0      0.00
Total                                         215 100.00 248 100.00 291 100.00                    286 100.00       293 100.00

Number of Instructional Faculty who teach at the Downtown Campus by Gender
                Fall 2002         Fall 2003         Fall 2004      Fall 2005                Fall 2006
Gender       #         %        #        %        #        %     #        %                 #       %
Female       98       45.58   108       43.55    140      48.11 133      46.50             137    46.76
Male        117       54.42   140       56.45    151      51.89 153      53.50             156    53.24
Total       215      100.00   248      100.00    291     100.00 286     100.00             293    100.00

Number of Instructional Faculty who teach at the Downtown Campus by Tenure Status
                                           Fall 2002     Fall 2003     Fall 2004    Fall 2005                  Fall 2006
Tenure Status                             #       %     #       %     #       %    #       %                   #      %
Non-Tenured Faculty                     109     50.70  144    58.06 158 54.30     160 55.94                   174    59.39
Tenured/Tenure Track Faculty             51     23.72  61     24.60  76     26.12 76     26.57                68     23.21
Tenure Track Faculty                     55     25.58  43     17.34  57     19.59 50     17.48                51     17.41
Total                                   215 100.00 248 100.00 291 100.00 286 100.00                           293 100.00




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Number of Instructional Faculty who teach at the Downtown Campus by Rank
                                  Fall 2002         Fall 2003      Fall 2004        Fall 2005      Fall 2006
Rank                            #         %       #         %    #        %       #        %       #       %
Professor                      26       12.09    23        9.27  35      12.03    30      10.49   25      8.53
Associate Professor            26       12.09    38       15.32 40       13.75   47       16.43   44     15.02
Assistant Professor             54      25.12     43      17.34  57      19.59   49       17.13   49     16.72
Instructor                      0        0.00     0        0.00  1       0.34     0       0.00     1      0.34
Other Faculty                  109      50.70    144      58.06 158      54.30   160      55.94   174     59.39
Total                          215     100.00    248     100.00 291     100.00   286     100.00   293    100.00




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Downtown Course Information
The Course information comes from a combination of the Coordinating Board Course Report and the Banner course location field to
determine where the course is located.

Number of Courses Taught at the Downtown Campus by College
                                                       Fall 2002        Fall 2003         Fall 2004         Fall 2005     Fall 2006
College                                             #          %     #          %       #         %       #         %     #       %
College of Architecture                             22        6.34   53       13.02    75       14.34    88       16.33 85      15.65
College of Business                                 49       14.12   52       12.78    61       11.66    60       11.13 55      10.13
College of Education
                                                   124       35.73  132       32.43    192      36.71   192       35.62 176     32.41
and Human Development
College of Engineering                               3        0.86    1        0.25     0        0.00     0        0.00   0      0.00
College of Liberal and Fine Arts                    53       15.27   58       14.25    55       10.52    57       10.58  71     13.08
College of Public Policy                            45       12.97   56       13.76     67      12.81    70       12.99  83     15.29
College of Sciences                                 49       14.12   54       13.27    57       10.90    52        9.65  60     11.05
Freshman Initiative*                                1        0.29    1        0.25     16       3.06     19       3.53  12       2.21
Honors**                                             1        0.29    0        0.00     0        0.00     1        0.19  1       0.18
Total                                              347      100.00  407      100.00    523     100.00   539      100.00 543 100.00
*Freshmen Initiative courses are defined as MTC, WRC, COR, and LC courses designed to help freshmen students succeed at UTSA.
**Honors Courses are defined here as the discipline of HON, courses with a grading system of Honors are not included




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Number of Students Enrolled in Courses Taught at the Downtown Campus by College (Duplicated Count)
Enrollment in Courses                 Fall 2002       Fall 2003    Fall 2004        Fall 2005        Fall 2006
College                              #        %       #       %    #       %        #       %       #        %
College of Architecture             358      3.98   1,420 12.10 1,776 13.58 1,987 14.84 2,105              16.19
College of Business                1,648 18.33 1,870 15.93 1,681 12.85 1,657 12.37 1,357                   10.44
College of Education
                                   2,886 32.11 3,381 28.80 4,209 32.18 4,243 31.68 3,695                   28.42
and Human Development
College of Engineering               26      0.29     2      0.02  0      0.00      0      0.00     0       0.00
College of Liberal and Fine Arts   1,477 16.43 1,809 15.41 1,627 12.44 1,594 11.90 2,020                   15.53
College of Public Policy           1,316 14.64 1,562 13.31 1,810 13.84 1,884 14.07 1,909                   14.68
College of Sciences                1,246 13.86 1,689 14.39 1,477 11.29 1,479 11.04 1,647                   12.67
Freshman Initiative*                24       0.27     6      0.05 500     3.82     540     4.03    269      2.07
Honors**                             8       0.09     0      0.00  0      0.00      9      0.07     1       0.01
Total                              8,989 100.00 11,739 100.00 13,080 100.00 13,393 100.00 13,003 100.00

Semester Credit Hours of Courses Taught at the Downtown Campus by College
                                           Fall 2002       Fall 2003         Fall 2004         Fall 2005          Fall 2006
College                                 SCH        %     SCH       %       SCH       %       SCH       %       SCH        %
College of Architecture                 1,395     5.18   5,103 14.32 6,399 16.14 7,167 17.62 7,644                      19.21
College of Business                     4,944 18.34 5,610 15.74 5,043 12.72 4,971 12.22 4,110                           10.33
College of Education
                                        8,487 31.49 9,855 27.65 12,219 30.82 12,341 30.33 10,869 27.32
and Human Development
College of Engineering                    78      0.29     6      0.02       0      0.00       0      0.00       0       0.00
College of Liberal and Fine Arts        4,431 16.44 5,446 15.28 4,881 12.31 4,782 11.75 6,076                           15.27
College of Public Policy                3,938 14.61 4,673 13.11 5,416 13.66 5,648 13.88 5,724                           14.39
College of Sciences                     3,583 13.29 4,933 13.84 4,190 10.57 4,127 10.14 4,555                           11.45
Freshman Initiative*                     72       0.27    18      0.05     1,500    3.78    1,620     3.98     807       2.03
Honors**                                  24      0.09     0      0.00       0      0.00      27      0.07       3       0.01
Total                                  26,952 100.00 35,644 100.00 39,648 100.00 40,683 100.00 39,788 100.00
*Freshmen Initiative courses are defined as MTC, WRC, COR, and LC courses designed to help freshmen students succeed at UTSA.
**Honors Courses are defined here as the discipline of HON, courses with a grading system of Honors are not included



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Financial and Facilities Information
FY 2002 to 2006 Annual Financial Report
FY 2002 to 2006 Annual Financial Report (Footnotes below) FY 2002 to 2006 Annual Financial Report

Sources of Funds                                     2002            2003             2004             2005            2006*
State of Texas
State Appropriations                              80,438,218       79,352,241      80,227,084       81,485,519       97,128,561
State Grants and Contracts - Restricted            7,125,956        8,766,143       7,410,469        8,330,620       10,945,134
Subtotal                                          87,564,174       88,118,384      87,637,553       89,816,139      108,073,695

                                                     2002             2003            2004             2005            2006*
Student & Parent
Tuition - net                                     35,209,062       39,234,144      52,971,628       67,582,320      72,723,600
Fees - net                                        16,037,526       23,185,036      35,031,003       42,548,473      44,960,670
Tuition and Fees (net of Scholarship Discounts
                                                  51,246,588       62,419,180      88,002,631       110,130,793     117,684,270
and Allowances) (FN1)

                                                     2002             2003            2004             2005            2006*
Federal Government
Federal Grants and Contracts - Restricted         32,836,917       43,175,287      47,498,523       54,099,960      60,454,600

                                                     2002             2003            2004             2005            2006*
Institutional Resources
Endowment and Interest Income (FN2)               2,930,104        3,037,466        4,374,236        4,576,934       6,139,705
Local Government Grants - Restricted               546,491          539,674          476,261          453,006         437,461
Private Gifts and Grants - Restricted             5,361,603        5,941,592        4,730,166        5,360,748       5,500,366
Sales and Services                                4,165,594        4,466,574        4,982,364        6,004,374       6,045,982
Net Auxiliary Enterprises (FN8)                   4,469,031        5,341,759        4,439,350        13,598,361      14,234,457
Other Income (FN3)                                1,980,685        3,476,087        1,992,010        3,973,154       3,060,565
Subtotal                                         19,453,508       22,803,152       20,994,387       33,966,577      35,418,536
Total Sources                                    191,101,187      216,516,003      244,133,094      288,013,469     321,631,101


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                                            Sources of Funds

                      100%
                      90%
                      80%
                      70%
   Percent of Funds




                      60%                                                Institutional Resources
                                                                         Federal Government
                      50%
                                                                         Student & Parent
                      40%
                                                                         State of Texas
                      30%
                      20%
                      10%
                       0%
                             2002   2003       2004       2005   2006*
                                            Fiscal Year

* 2006 data is preliminary and may change




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                                                2002           2003           2004           2005               2006
Uses of Funds
Instruction                                  61,640,656     69,368,240     76,612,800     87,547,509        91,524,606
Research                                      9,622,880     11,520,298     12,865,558     18,322,683        24,086,411
Public Service                               14,674,700     16,855,255      15,249,367    15,202,765        15,495,072
Academic Support                             13,026,887     15,129,779     15,425,990     18,567,959        21,660,051
Student Services                             13,655,383     14,781,539     16,208,601     19,251,482        22,396,373
Institutional Support                        20,510,158     22,926,370     26,510,996     29,081,280         33,223,644
Operations and Maintenance of Plant          14,340,169     19,407,797     20,460,316     24,061,982        28,448,615
Scholarships and Fellowships                  9,175,416     16,375,506     21,199,945     22,932,211        20,544,226
Auxiliary Enterprises                         6,592,213      8,316,524       8,816,470    13,450,864        15,831,054
Capital Outlay                                31,189,765     45,722,301     95,050,301    86,097,718        45,431,654
Other Expenses (FN3)                           1,052,909      485,141        2,253,712         -               38,456
Total Uses                                   195,481,136    240,888,750    310,654,056    334,516,453       318,680,162

                                                2002           2003           2004           2005               2006
Other Sources / (Uses) of Funds
Mandatory and Non-mandatory Transfers(FN9)     2,451,035          -          (117,797)      1,253,152         199,778
Bond Proceeds Transfers (FN4)                 70,919,644     33,883,750     45,167,681     76,343,337        48,305,033
Debt Service Payments (FN5)                  (11,616,906)   (13,091,510)   (13,447,190)   (14,423,228)      (16,620,496)
Subtotal                                      61,753,773     20,792,240     31,602,694     63,173,261        31,884,315

                                                2002           2003           2004           2005               2006
Other Items Not for Current Operating Use
Unrealized Gains / (Losses) (FN6)            (2,999,727)      886,603       2,317,139      4,053,402         4,116,397
Additions to Permanent Endowments (FN7)       1,274,026      1,342,421      1,721,407      1,938,474         4,946,253
Subtotal                                     (1,725,701)     2,229,024      4,038,546      5,991,876         9,062,650

Total Sources Over / (Under) Uses            55,648,123     (1,351,483)    (30,879,722)   22,662,153         43,897,904
                                               (FN10)         (FN11)          (FN12)        (FN13)             (FN14)


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Footnotes for Annual Financial Report
FN1:       Scholarship Discounts and Allowances are scholarships, fellowships and grants applied to tuition. The discount
           eliminates tuition revenue that is paid for by University resources which are recorded as revenue elsewhere on the
           financial statements (i.e. federal and state contracts and grants revenues). In addition, Scholarship Discounts and
           Allowances eliminate tuition revenue that is exempted from payment due to tuition exemptions approved by the Texas
           Legislature.

FN2:       Endowment and Interest Income includes interest income and endowment payouts.

FN3:       Other Income is primarily Other Operating and Other Nonoperating Revenues from the AFR. Other Expenses is
           primarily Other Nonoperating Expenses from the AFR.

FN4:       Bond Proceeds are funds received from the sale of bonds and commercial paper used to finance capital projects. This
           amount includes actual proceeds and accrued or anticipated proceeds to be transferred from System.

FN5:       Debt Service Payments are transfers to System to pay debt used to finance capital projects.

FN6:       Unrealized Gains / (Losses) represent the increase in the Fair Market Value of Investments and Endowments. Unrealized
           Gains / (Losses) are accrued as non-cash transactions; therefore, funds are not actually received for this revenue stream.
           Accordingly, this revenue is not cash revenue and cannot be used by the University to fund operations.

FN7:       Additions to Permanent Endowments are additions to endowment principal. This revenue is restricted for investment
           purposes only and can not be used to fund operations. Only interest income from these endowments, which is reported on
           the Endowment and Investment Income line of this report, can be used by the University to fund operations.

FN8:       Auxiliary Enterprises include athletics, housing and food, student services, and parking and transportation. Auxiliary
           Enterprises are required to be self-supporting, and therefore must operate on the funds they generate.

FN9:       Mandatory and non-mandatory transfers includes transfers between funds, transfers between the University System and
           institutions and transfers to and from other state agencies. In total, all transfers between funds net to zero with the
           exception of any amounts transferred between the University System, between other institutions, or to and from another
           state agency. There are no transfers of education and general funds provided by the State of Texas to restricted or
           auxiliary fund groups. Transfers between education and general funds and designated funds are related to Texas Public
           Education Grant as provided by the State of Texas.


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FN10:   Of the net increase of $55,648,123 approximately $57,373,824 represents sources received but not yet expended. These
        sources are fully committed to program expenditures and capital disbursements. The remaining ($1,725,701) represents
        non-expendable funds from unrealized gains and additions to permanent endowments of approximately ($2,999,727) and
        $1,274,026 respectively. Unrealized gains and additions to permanent endowments do not contribute to the availability of
        the institution’s operating cash as discussed in FN6 and FN7 above.

FN11:   Of the net decrease of ($1,351,483) approximately ($3,580,507) represents uses not covered by the sources received in
        the current year. The remaining $2,229,024 represents non-expendable funds from unrealized gains and additions to
        permanent endowments of approximately $886,603 and $1,342,421 respectively. Unrealized gains and additions to
        permanent endowments do not contribute to the availability of the institution’s operating cash as discussed in FN6 and
        FN7 above.

FN12:   Of the net decrease of ($30,879,722) approximately ($34,918,268) represents uses not covered by the sources received in
        the current year. The remaining $4,038,546 represents non-expendable funds from unrealized gains and additions to
        permanent endowments of approximately $2,317,139 and $1,721,407 respectively. Unrealized gains and additions to
        permanent endowments do not contribute to the availability of the institution’s operating cash as discussed in FN6 and
        FN7 above.
FN13:   Of the net increase of $22,662,153 approximately $16,670,277 represents sources received but not yet expended. These
        sources are fully committed to program expenditures and capital disbursements. The remaining $5,991,876 represents
        non-expendable funds from unrealized gains and additions to permanent endowments of approximately $4,053,402 and
        $1,938,474 respectively. Unrealized gains and additions to permanent endowments do not contribute to the availability of
        the institution’s operating cash as discussed in FN6 and FN7 above.
FN14:   Of the net increase of $43,897,904 approximately $34,884,315 represents sources received but not yet expended. These
        sources are fully committed to program expenditures and capital disbursements. The remaining $9,062,650 represents
        non-expendable funds from unrealized gains and additions to permanent endowments of approximately $4,116,397 and
        $4,946,253 respectively. Unrealized gains and additions to permanent endowments do not contribute to the availability of
        the institution’s operating cash as discussed in FN6 and FN7 above.




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UTSA Endowment Market Value
UTSA Endowment Market Value

                                                                                                        As of 8/31/2006 UTSA had a total of 228 Endowments
 Value as of:     Market Value                               Dollar Increase       Percentage                  29 Chair & Professorship Endowments
                                                             from Previous        Increase from                163 Scholarship Endowments
                                                                  Year            Previous Year                36 Miscellaneous Endowments (Program
  8/31/2006      $    44,430,066                             $     8,043,951           22%              support, Faculty/Staff support, etc.)

  8/31/2005      $    36,386,115                             $    6,168,156             20%
  8/31/2004      $    30,217,959                             $    5,070,439             20%
  8/31/2003      $    25,147,520                             $    3,347,799             15%
  8/31/2002      $    21,799,721                                    -                     -


                                                                         Endowment Market Value

                                                            50
                                 Dollar Value in Millions




                                                            40

                                                            30

                                                            20

                                                            10

                                                             0
                                                                 2002          2003        2004         2005      2006
                                                                                      Fiscal Year End


For more information about UTSA’s Endowment please contact the Development Office at (210) 458-4130.




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Sponsored Program Funds Expended and Awarded
Sponsored Program Funds

Sponsored Program Funds Expended by Fiscal Year Sponsored Program Funds Expended by Fiscal Year
UTSA Area                                     FY 2002       FY 2003     FY 2004      FY 2005                           FY 2006
College of Architecture                         13,614        13,805      10,482       24,544                           25,094
College of Business                            516,262       654,837     377,606      539,432                           491,397
College of Education and Human Development    1,540,227     1,759,607   2,255,549    2,523,790                         2,916,415
College of Engineering                         599,693      1,042,885   2,199,195    1,976,641                         3,369,766
Honor's College                                    0             0           0            0                              30,085
College of Liberal and Fine Arts               690,777      1,011,501    656,515      994,391                           455,765
College of Public Policy                         6,433        47,051      42,662       10,301                            9,809
College of Sciences                           8,715,732    10,103,137  10,861,657   10,738,837                        14,970,843
Centers and Institutes                        8,360,203    11,910,685  11,667,751   17,885,605                        22,995,250
UTSA Programs                                 3,419,679     4,504,871   4,912,867    4,510,181                         4,135,206
Miscellaneous                                 3,462,874     1,818,218    656,460      260,149                           270,870
Total                                        27,325,496    32,866,595  33,640,746   39,463,871                        49,779,327

                                                          Sponsored Program Funds Expended by Fiscal Year
                     Dollar Amount in Millions




                                                 60
                                                 50
                                                 40
                                                 30
                                                 20
                                                 10
                                                  0
                                                      FY 2002      FY 2003       FY 2004       FY 2005      FY 2006
                                                                               Fiscal Year




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Sponsored Program Funds Awarded by Fiscal Year Sponsored Program Funds Awarded by Fiscal Year
UTSA Area                                     FY 2002      FY 2003     FY 2004      FY 2005                              FY 2006
College of Architecture                         10,000                   2,000                                             18,330
College of Business                           2,710,610     380,168     336,806      333,531                              407,779
College of Education and Human Development    1,183,305    2,473,886   2,047,293   2,929,377                             3,858,458
College of Engineering                         783,967      925,137    3,335,664    2,148,852                            3,056,456
Honor's College                                                                                                           40,000
College of Liberal and Fine Arts               645,956     1,463,445    736,775      693,506                              188,576
College of Public Policy                       103,778         0         10,000       8,000                                 8,097
College of Sciences                           9,485,965    8,511,169   9,204,668    9,651,326                            6,208,206
Centers and Institutes                        7,409,972   12,209,456  12,810,204   20,562,236                           21,328,063
UTSA Programs                                 4,552,866    3,814,144   3,684,546    3,802,687                            3,040,012
Miscellaneous                                 2,007,255     445,556     242,734      452,344                              293,396
Total                                        28,893,674   30,222,961  32,410,690   40,581,860                           38,447,373

                                                             Sponsored Program Funds Awarded by Fiscal Year

                                                    50
                        Dollar Amount in Millions




                                                    40

                                                    30

                                                    20

                                                    10

                                                     0
                                                         FY 2002      FY 2003      FY 2004       FY 2005      FY 2006
                                                                                  Fiscal Year

     For more information about UTSA’s Research Funds please contact the Office of Grants and Contracts at (210) 458-4229.



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Student Financial Aid

Student Financial Aid by Type of Award (02-03 to 05-06)

Category                         2002-03     2003-04       2004-05        2005-06

Grants
 Federal Pell Grant
   Total awarded ($)            18,024,456 22,130,114     24,443,926     24,493,613
   Number of awards               7,262      8,624          9,534          9,600
   Average award ($)               2,482      2,566         2,564          2,551

 Federal SEOG
  Total awarded ($)              837,782      631,643      938,987       1,192,430
  Number of awards                 883         1,080         523           1,029
  Average award ($)                949          585         1,795          1,159

 Texas Public Education
 Grant (TPEG)
  Total awarded ($)             2,951,214    4,391,632    4,998,864      4,037,056
  Number of awards                3,585        3,481        3,244          3,630
  Average award ($)                823         1,262        1,541          1,112

 Toward Excellence -
 Access and Success Grant
  Total awarded ($)             6,198,221    5,724,220    5,647,070      8,121,505
  Number of awards                2,355        1,970        1,683          2,088
  Average award ($)               2,632        2,906        3,355          3,890

 State Grant
   Total awarded ($)              54,387      55,341       60,111          87,115
   Number of awards                 93          43           87             105
   Average award ($)               585         1,287        691             830

 Federal Grant
  Total awarded ($)               25,542      29,947       31,141          63,908
  Number of awards                  63          31           57              65
  Average award ($)                405         966          546             983

 Other Grant
  Total awarded ($)              154,905      609,815     3,185,575      2,603,552
  Number of awards                 492          745         2,596          3,732
  Average award ($)                315          819         1,227           698

Total Grants ($)                31,197,719 37,964,343     44,304,537     44,636,736


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        Student Financial Aid by Type of Award (02-03 to 05-06) (continued)

Category                          2002-03     2003-04       2004-05        2005-06

Scholarships
 State
   Total awarded ($)              120,820      39,105       49,407          61,047
   Number of awards                 37           19           24              33
   Average award ($)               3,265        2,058       2,059           1,850

 Institutional
   Total awarded ($)             3,531,123    5,077,798    6,150,974      6,284,075
   Number of awards                1,156        1,291        1,547          1,607
   Average award ($)               3,055        3,933        3,976          3,910

 Endowment
  Total awarded ($)               185,764     309,952       378,247        376,568
  Number of awards                  172         314           327            306
  Average award ($)                1,080        987          1,157          1,231

 Outside
  Total awarded ($)              1,686,117    2,049,105    2,470,096      3,107,114
  Number of awards                 1,270        1,508        1,678          1,746
  Average award ($)                1,328        1,359        1,472          1,780

 Private
   Total awarded ($)              626,579     653,729       838,321       1,006,973
   Number of awards                 502         507           538            615
   Average award ($)               1,248       1,289         1,558          1,637

 Athletic
   Total awarded ($)             1,269,028    1,395,251    1,590,394      1,708,283
   Number of awards                 200          206          209            238
   Average award ($)               6,345        6,773        7,610          7,178

Total Scholarships ($)           7,419,431    9,524,941   11,477,438      12,544,059




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Student Financial Aid by Type of Award (02-03 to 05-06) (continued)

Category                          2002-03      2003-04      2004-05        2005-06

Loans
Perkins Loan
   Total Awarded ($)               530,712     491,603      453,014        453,014
   Number of awards                  291         239          226            267
   Average award ($)                1,824       2,057        2,004          1,697

Federal Stafford Loan
   Total Awarded ($)             63,007,560 80,030,702     95,530,129    103,097,156
   Number of awards                11,572     14,155         15,947        16,662
   Average award ($)                5,445      5,654          5,990         6,188

Parent Loan for Under-
graduate Students (PLUS)
   Total Awarded ($)              1,933,648   3,815,503     5,467,393     11,736,134
   Number of awards                  328         541           680          1,357
   Average award ($)                5,895       7,053         8,040         8,649

Alternative Loan
   Total Awarded ($)              2,922,148   4,450,899     6,935,191     4,507,583
   Number of awards                  573         833          1,118          787
   Average award ($)                5,100       5,343         6,203         5,728

B-On-Time Loan
   Total Awarded ($)                  0        112,971      997,129        871,810
   Number of awards                   0          39           307            231
   Average award ($)                  0         2,897        3,248          3,774

Total Loans ($)                  68,394,068 88,901,678 109,382,856 120,665,697

Work Study
 Federal
  Total Awarded ($)                945,203     830,410      1,175,775     1,157,060
  Number of awards                   400         381           487           523
  Average award ($)                 2,363       2,180         2,414         2,212

 State
   Total Awarded ($)               68,124      181,401      192,679        152,016
   Number of awards                  31          105          123            122
   Average award ($)                2,198       1,728        1,566          1,246



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Category                            2002-03      2003-04      2004-05        2005-06

Work Study (cont.)
 Institutional
   Total Awarded ($)                   0         218,960      263,802        469,612
   Number of awards                    0           193          278           1,029
   Average award ($)                   0          1,135         949            456

Total Funds ($)                    1,013,327    1,230,770     1,632,256     1,778,688
Source: Financial Aid Office.

For more information about UTSA’s Financial Aid, please contact the Office of Financial
Aid at (210) 458-8000.




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UTSA Facilities Information
Education and General Net Assignable Square Footage by Room Type
                    Fall 2002         Fall 2003         Fall 2004        Fall 2005        Fall 2006
Room Type          #          %       #         %       #         %      #        %       #        %
Classroom       180,932     17.62 183,193     15.28  197,794    14.97 200,600    16.20 198,796    14.65
Lab Classroom 220,347       21.45 232,482     19.40  236,029    17.86 246,485    19.91 241,342    17.78
Research Lab     86,438      8.42  92,142      7.69  110,720     8.38 130,842    10.57 184,594    13.60
Office Space    325,458     31.69 395,546     33.00  488,432    36.97 432,792    34.96 466,223    34.35
Other Space     213,903     20.83 295,168     24.63  288,210    21.81 227,194    18.35 266,389    19.63
Total          1,027,078 100.00 1,198,531 100.00 1,321,184 100.00 1,237,913 100.00 1,357,344 100.00


                                   Education and General Net Assignable Square Footage by Room Type

                         600,000
                         500,000
                                                                                                  Classroom
           Square Feet




                         400,000                                                                  Lab Classroom
                         300,000                                                                  Research Lab
                         200,000                                                                  Office Space
                                                                                                  Other Space
                         100,000
                              0
                                    Fall 2002   Fall 2003   Fall 2004   Fall 2005   Fall 2006
                                                            Fall Term




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UTSA Classroom Utilization by Fall Semester

                                       Fall 2002*   Fall 2003   Fall 2004   Fall 2005   Fall 2006
Number of Classrooms                      150         155         144         146         145
Average Weekly Hours of Use              32.20       33.90       40.70       40.77       42.15
* Information Estimated by Coordinating Board


Class Laboratory Utilization by Fall Semester

                                       Fall 2002*   Fall 2003   Fall 2004   Fall 2005   Fall 2006
Number of Classrooms                      65.5         76          54          52          55
Average Weekly Hours of Use              21.90       22.80       30.50       31.68       31.44
* Information Estimated by Coordinating Board




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Area and Capital Investment by Campus for Fall 2006

                                 Gross Area              Assignable         Education and             Capital
                                                           Area                General              Investment
                                                                            Square Footage
Campus                            #          %            #          %         #          %          #           %
1604                          2,498,515    74.73      1,329,092    73.77   1,086,386    80.04   316,025,139    74.29
Downtown                       656,891     19.65       307,066     17.04    254,299    18.74    98,148,745    23.07
Institute of Texan Cultures    187,909      5.62       165,608      9.19     16,659      1.23    11,238,829     2.64
Total UTSA                    3,343,315   100.00      1,801,766   100.00   1,357,344   100.00   425,412,713   100.00




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Selected University Resources and Community Involvement

University of Texas at San Antonio Library UTSA Library

Mission Statement

The UTSA Library’s primary mission is to support and enhance the University’s
instructional, research, and public service activities by providing access to information
resources for learning and scholarship to University students, faculty, and staff. The
Library also contributes to the general advancement of knowledge by participating
actively in local, state, and national programs for sharing resources, studying new
methods for service delivery, and providing interpretive services to the public.

Facilities

UTSA Library Facilities are located at the 1604 Campus, the Downtown Campus, and the
Institute of Texan Cultures.

The John Peace Library (JPL), located at the heart of the 1604 Campus in the JPL
building, houses the main book and bound journal collection as well as faculty study
rooms, seminar rooms, the electronic classroom, bibliographic instruction center, and a
distance learning center. Library Services at the 1604 Campus include Reference,
Circulation, Course Reserves, Courier Services, Interlibrary Loan Services, Multimedia
Center, Microforms/Current Periodicals and Special Collections. The Acquisitions,
Cataloging, and Collection Development Departments and Library Administration are
also located in the JPL. This facility is open 24 hours Sunday through Thursday during
fall and spring semesters.

The Downtown Campus Library is located on the second floor of the Buena Vista Street
Building. Library Services at the Downtown Campus include Reference, Circulation,
Course Reserves, Classroom Instruction, Interlibrary Services, and Courier Services
between the libraries. Emphasis is on electronic access to materials, but core print
collections are also available. Group study rooms and TV/video players are available, as
well as a fully electronic classroom.

The Archives unit located downtown, on the second floor of the Institute of Texan
Cultures (ITC) building, houses the University Archives and manuscripts and
organizational records that reflect the history of San Antonio. The facility includes a
large research room, video viewing room, archival storage, processing areas, and staff
offices.

Collections and Information Resources

The Library’s holdings cover a diverse range of disciplines in support of the teaching and
research missions of the University. UTSA is a designated selective depository for
publications of the United States Government and the State of Texas. The Library’s


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collections, including all bound periodicals, are arranged according to the Library of
Congress Classification system and its open-shelf arrangement provides direct access to
most resources.

The UTSA Library prides itself on staying at the forefront of computer technology to
deliver information resources such as UCAT (the Library’s online catalog), bibliographic,
and full-text journal and newspaper databases, reference publications, article indexes and
abstracts, and electronic books. Other resources include access to the Internet and stand-
alone computers for access to additional databases.

The UTSA Library’s collection of K-12 curriculum resources includes textbooks adopted
by the State of Texas, juvenile literature, and curriculum materials. A juvenile literature
collection has also been established in the Downtown Library. All other curriculum
resources including kits, activity books, electronic, and non-book media are housed in the
Multimedia Center on level two of the JPL building, 1604 Campus. The Multimedia
Center houses an extensive collection of videos, DVDs and other media materials.

The Archives and Special Collections Department acquires, secures, catalogs and
preserves special collections of rare books and manuscripts, as well as the University
Archives; it makes these materials accessible to UTSA faculty, students and alumni, as
well as to the local, national and international community of researchers and scholars.
There are two reading rooms, located on two campuses. The Archives Reading Room is
located at the Institute of Texan Cultures campus on the second floor. The Archives holds
the manuscript collections and University Archives. Manuscript collections include
private papers and organizational records documenting economic, social, cultural, and
political trends related to the history of San Antonio. The University Archives holds
collections of the various departments and offices, as well as faculty members’ papers.

The following statistics show the Library’s holdings by type of material. For the journal
subscriptions, beginning with FY2003, these statistics include electronic full text journal
titles, including those accessible full text in databases. The Library currently subscribes
to 294 databases and approximately 50,000 electronic books.

Library Holdings by Type of Material
 Material
                  FY2001           FY2002        FY2003        FY2004        FY2005        FY2006
 Format
 Books                580,170        611,630       622,333       643,007       684,531        730,678

 Microforms         3,147,506       3,011,769     3,046,672     3,119,752     3,169,047     3,208,589

 Audiovisual           26,110         31,773        33,464        38,759        43,013         47,499

 Journals                2,207          2,185       10,484        12,355        18,756         43,037
                   1628 linear
                                     1729 ft.      1874 ft.      2150 ft.      2831 ft.       3067 ft.
 Archival                    ft.
                                           109           116           121           141            150
 materials                  107
                                   collections   collections   collections   collections    collections
                    collections




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Library Services

Reference librarians and staff are available in person, by phone, online, or by
appointment to assist with factual and research questions, to provide instruction in the use
of the online catalog, library materials, and electronic resources. Other services include
course related instruction and help designing class assignments for the use of the Library.

The Library’s instruction programs are designed to help students, faculty and staff
explore basic sources (both electronic and paper) and to teach library research strategies.

For more information, visit http://www.lib.utsa.edu.


The Tomás Rivera Center Programs for Academic Support

Success Programs:

Supplemental Instruction
Phone: (210) 458-7251
Website: http://www.utsa.edu/trcss/si/index.html
Supplemental Instruction (SI) offers support to students enrolled in historically difficult
classes. SI Leaders attend classes and hold directed study groups outside the class. SI, at
UTSA, has been shown to significantly improve grades for those participating in the
program.

Tutoring
Phone: (210) 458-4694
Website: http://www.utsa.edu/trcss/assistance/tutoring/index.html
Small group learning assistance offered in a variety of 1000 and 2000 level courses.
Student served on a walk-in basis.

Non-Course-Based Developmental Instruction (NCB)
Phone: (210) 458-4694
Website:http://www.utsa.edu/trcss/assistance/noncourse.html
NCB provides small group and online developmental instruction in math, reading and
writing for all students.

Academic Coaching
Phone: (210) 458-4694
Website: http://www.utsa.edu/trcss/assistance/coaching.html
Students meet with an Academic Coach for individualized study skills help. Together,
they assess the student's approach to studying, develop a personalized action plan, and
review the results.




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Academic Coaching Success Story

Victoria A. (Freshman) is one of those students with an intense motivation to succeed.
She came for the first time to Academic Coaching in September, 2004. She wanted help
to prepare for the reading section of the THEA, which she had attempted and failed. She
was attending NCB Reading class and working with Karen Roth, in our office, but she
wanted daily assistance. Therefore, Academic Coaching was recommended to her.
Victoria’s motivation and persistence were good indicators of her commitment to passing
the test.

After one month of constant work, Victoria took and passed the reading part of the
THEA. At the time, she was also taking two other challenging classes, Social and Ethical
Issues in Business and a math class. She was very discouraged by the “D” she got on her
first test in the Ethics class, which required intense reading skills. She decided to
continue with Academic Coaching. Fortunately, she was making progress in her reading
comprehension, and when she passed the THEA, her confidence was boosted.

She earned a “B” on her second test in Ethics, followed by an exclusive 92, which
according to Victoria was the highest test grade earned in a class of 241 students. She
ended both classes, Ethics and Math, with grades of “A” and a 4.0 GPA for the semester.

Victoria continued being rewarded for her great effort and dedication. During the spring
of 2005, she earned an “A” in College Algebra and a “B” in Economics. She also
received a certificate award at the Annual Foreign Language Awards ceremony for her
performance in her foreign language courses, which she graciously invited me to attend.

Victoria is no longer seeking our assistance, but I am confident that her persistence and
determination are so strong that she is getting very close to fulfilling her academic
dreams.

Submitted by: Stella Abuabara, Academic Coach

Workshops
Phone: (210) 458-4694
Website: http://www.utsa.edu/trcss/assistance/workshops/index.html
Free workshops on study skills and learning techniques are offered each semester. Check
out our website for schedules. At the request of a faculty member, TRC staff will present
various study skills topics to a specific class.

Graduate Learning Assistance Program
Phone: (210) 458-4694
Website: http://www.utsa.edu/trcss/gsla/index.html
The Graduate Student Learning Assistance Program assists UTSA graduate students in
increasing their academic success. We provide help in four areas: writing, research,
professional, and academic excellence. We aim to develop well-rounded graduate




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students who are successful in their programs, by providing workshops, resources, in-
depth summer programs, and academic coaching.

COR 1203: Freshman Seminar
Phone: (210) 458-7490
This 3-hour course is designed to provide students with the opportunity to interact with
faculty, learn about tools and resources for academic achievement, and develop critical
thinking skills that promote academic success across the curriculum.

Learning Communities
Phone: (210) 458-7490
Website: http://www.utsa.edu/lc/
Students are enrolled in a cluster of 2-3 core curriculum classes that they attend together.
This provides greater opportunity to form study groups, make friends and participate in
out-of-class activities sponsored by our office, increasing the sense of community and the
likelihood for success.

Access College and Excel Scholar Program (ACE)
Phone: (210) 458-2638
Website: http://www.utsa.edu/trcss/ace.html
This program is a collaboration between USAA and the Downtown TRC. ACE students
receive academic scholarships and take classes together. They also have a designated
academic advisor and peer mentor.

Scholar Support Program (SSP)
Phone: (210) 458-4694
Website:http://www.utsa.edu/trcss/ssp.html
SSP participants are recipients of selected scholarships who meet regularly with their
designated advisor. The SSP advisor assists them in progressing through their majors and
maintaining their scholarship requirements, coordinating informational meetings and
events.

Programs for Undeclared Students:
Personal, Academic and Career Exploration (PACE) Undecided Advising Program
Phone: (210) 458-4694
Website: http://www.utsa.edu/trcss/pace.html
Freshmen who are undecided about their major participate in the PACE program, which
combines acquisition of learning skills with exploration of careers and majors. PACE
advisors work closely with the staff of UTSA Career Services to develop freshman-
oriented, career planning workshops.




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Academic Development Program (ADP)
Phone: (210) 458-4694
Website: http://www.utsa.edu/trcss/adp.html
The ADP is designed to assist provisionally admitted students to UTSA. ADP students
have the opportunity to succeed at UTSA with guidance in adjusting to college life and
improving academic skills. Students in this program meet regularly with their academic
advisors.

ADP Success Story:

The Academic Development Program (ADP) helped me deal with my transition from
high school to college. Not only did the program help me, but also my advisors and
instructors. These individuals were the most reliable constant that I had with university
representatives that cared about me succeeding in college. My advisor and instructor
assisted me with academic, career and personal issues. With the study and life skills
from the ADP, I was able to graduate in four years with two bachelor’s degrees. This
December 2006, I will be receiving my Master of Arts degree in Counseling. I currently
work as a mentor helping ADP students at the Tomás Rivera Center. The program works
if you maintain a relationship with your instructor and advisor and utilize the Learning To
Learn™ skills.

Submitted by: Jasmine Cary, UTSA graduate, graduate school student and former
ADP participant




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UTSA Involvement in the Community

The University of Texas at San Antonio is a part of the community. Listed below are
some of the programs which are housed at UTSA. For a more complete listing of the
programs please take a look at:
http://www.utsa.edu/directory/index.cfm?fuseaction=offices.hierarchy and see what else
UTSA has to offer.

The Institute for Economic Development (IED)
Phone: (210) 458-2020
Website: http://www.iedtexas.org/

The Institute for Economic Development includes 11 interrelated programs and centers
focused on enhancing and promoting the economic development of the region. This is
done through management assistance, training and technical assistance to communities,
manufacturing firms, small businesses and local governments. In addition to the San
Antonio-based programs and centers, there are 11 satellite centers located throughout the
southwest Texas/border area focusing specifically on small business development.
Satellite centers are located in El Paso, Austin, Laredo, Corpus Christi, San Angelo, Rio
Grande Valley and other communities.

IED Statistics For 2005:
Total Clients Served                      Client Economic Performance
Training Participants 16,365              Total Sales/Contracts $791,111,885
Counseling Cases 6,576                    Capital Access $96,612,000
Research Tasks 2,601                      Total New Taxes Generated $21,488,382
Community Projects 26                     Jobs – Created 3,815
                                          Jobs – Retained 6,645
One-on-One Assistance 68,888
Counseling/Consulting Hours 55,883
Research Hours 13,005




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The Prefreshman Engineering Program (PREP)
Phone: (210) 458-2060
Website: www.prep-usa.org

The Prefreshman Engineering Program identifies achieving middle and high school
students with an interest in mathematics, science, engineering and technology, and
establishes the foundation for careers in these and other mathematics-related areas.
Founded at UTSA in 1979, the eight-week, mathematics-based academic program is held
each summer at nine local colleges and universities. Designed for students in grades 6–
11, PREP promotes high achievement and provides students with the necessary
reinforcement to successfully pursue higher education and careers in math, science,
engineering and technology. With a focus on building a high quality and diverse 21st-
century workforce, women and members of minority groups—traditionally
underrepresented in science and engineering—serve as special target groups.

The Office of Community Outreach (OCO)
Phone: (210) 458-2903

The Office of Community Outreach (OCO) was established in November 1999 to
increase UTSA’s visibility in targeted communities in South Texas and to foster
appropriate, mutually beneficial partnerships with these communities. The OCO works
with educational, business and civic leaders in communities served by UTSA to promote
higher education as an economic development resource. The OCO in concert with
community leaders addresses barriers that inhibit or prevent area residents from enrolling
at UTSA. Special events bring community leaders to UTSA and take UTSA executive
officers into South Texas communities. The OCO works closely with the Admissions
Office as well as other university offices in supporting student recruitment efforts.

The Office of Extended Education
Phone: (210) 458-2411

The Office of Extended Education serves the region’s adult, professional and continuing
education needs through a range of targeted programs that match the university’s unique
resources with the lifelong learning needs of the region. Operating out of the UTSA
Downtown Campus, the Office of Extended Education works collaboratively with
academic and nonacademic units of the university to develop and present seminars,
online courses, conferences and programs for the general public, professional and
governmental agencies, and businesses. The UTSA Extended Education Web page
provides information on seminars, online courses, conferences and programs that are
open to the university and local communities. The Office of Extended Education also
provides specialized training to organizations needing customized training programs for
their employees.




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UTSA Mexico Center
Phone: (210) 458-2549

UTSA Mexico Center fosters academic, research, cultural and programmatic exchanges
with universities and organizations in Mexico engaging students, faculty and staff; and
promoting a better understanding of Mexico and its relationship to the United States. The
UTSA Mexico Center provides a forum for communication between policy makers,
scholars, business representatives and professionals from the United States and Mexico to
bring about mutual understanding and productive relationships.


UTSA’s Institute of Texan Cultures

    San Antonio’s cultural experience museum
UTSA’s Institute of Texan Cultures is San Antonio's cultural experience museum,
dedicated to enhancing the understanding of cultural history, science, and technology and
their influence upon the people of Texas. Our team develops exhibits, programs, and
publications that encourage acceptance of and appreciation for our differences as well as
our common humanity. We strive to provide a forum for diversity and a showcase for the
dynamics of cultural history. In short, the museum invites guests to live stories of Texas’s
diverse citizens and cultural contributors, and join in the celebration of Texas’s
multicultural heritage.

UTSA’s Institute of Texan Cultures opened in conjunction with the 1968 HemisFair
celebration as the Texas State Exhibits Building. At the conclusion of HemisFair, the
Texas State Exhibits Building was renamed the Institute of Texan Cultures, and the
following year it was officially bequeathed by the Texas State Legislature to The
University of Texas System. In February of 1986, The University of Texas System
designated the Institute of Texan Cultures as a campus of The University of Texas at
San Antonio.

       a) Cultural history exhibits
       UTSA's Institute of Texan Cultures maintains 50,000 square feet of exhibit space.
       The Exhibit Floor features exhibits on many ethnic and cultural groups, as well as
       rotating exhibits that showcase Texas culture, history, science, and technology.
       Many of the museum’s exhibits feature hands-on elements! The museum’s
       talented group of docents will share the story of each exhibit, and guests are
       encouraged to interact with our character performers. Classic exhibits include
       Texans One and All, Living Texas, and Creation and Cosmos: American Indian
       Spirituality. A series of topical visiting exhibits will also call UTSA’s Institute of
       Texan Cultures home during 2007. Guests can visit www.TexanCultures.com for
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b) ITC Library
UTSA's Institute of Texan Cultures is home to a comprehensive library equipped
to support research and education on the history and culture of Texas with
specific emphasis on ethnic culture. The ITC Library, a satellite of the UTSA
Library, is staffed to assist students, researchers, publishers, and the general
public. The library boasts a collection of over 3.5 million images that depict
Texas culture and history as well as an expansive oral histories collection, books
and periodicals, vertical files, and microforms.

c) Special Events
         (1) Texas Folklife Festival
       The 36th Annual Texas Folklife Festival is a cultural extravaganza in June
       that spotlights the state's diversity and rich heritage through a wide variety
       of ethnic food, music, dance, and arts and crafts. Visitors delight in the
       colorful traditions of more than 40 ethnic groups that come together from
       across the Lone Star State. The authentic foods, entertainment stages,
       activities for kids (and adults), special exhibits, and artisan demonstrations
       are just a few of the reasons the Texas Folklife Festival is celebrating 36
       years!
         (2) Asian Festival
       Asian Festival will be hosted at UTSA’s Institute of Texan Cultures on
       February 10, 2007. Although shy, people born in the Year of the Boar
       have tremendous inner strength. They are honest, kind, and affectionate.
       They never retreat once a goal has been set and rarely seek help from
       others. Guests at this festival will revel in the cultural celebrations of
       Asian nations.
         (3) Memorial Memories
       On May 27, 2007, UTSA's Institute of Texan Cultures will host Memorial
       Memories, a tribute to America's military men and women from Civil War
       to present day. Brass, string, and wind musicians' and vocalists' renditions
       of old standards conjure memories of a defining period in American
       history with the Big Band swing sounds of the 1940s and 1950s. The event
       is anchored by the 19-piece Sentimental Journey Orchestra and
       accompanied by powerful film clips and photos flashed across the
       performance screens that will reawaken memories for those brave men and
       women who have served or are currently serving.
         (4) Texas Trails and Tales
       What was life really like for Texas's earliest pioneers? Texas Trails and
       Tales brings early 19th century Texas to life with traditional costumes and
       character performers. Use homemade soap to wash clothes in the log
       house. Attend class in our one-room schoolhouse. Try roping! Even enlist
       in the Cavalry! This event is hosted on the Back 40 June 19–July 28, 2007.



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         (5) Halloween Howl’r
       Celebrate the spooky Halloween tradition on October 29, 2006 with
       ghostly storytelling, a baffling hay-bale maze, crafty pumpkin painting, a
       tricky treasure hunt, the wild Wiggle Waggle train ride, and more! This
       family event invites guests to wear their costumes and join the celebration!

         (6) Holiday Texas
       Guests are invited to join in a new tradition at this inaugural holiday event
       on December 3, 2006! Guests will enjoy performances by the ITC players
       and delight in the music of strolling carolers. Families can create their own
       holiday ornaments while they sip hot chocolate and sample other
       traditional treats!
         (7) Spring Break on the Back 40
       Go back in time to learn how Texas's earliest settlers spent their spring
       breaks, March 13–16, 2006! The museum will host new activities each
       day that the whole family can enjoy together. Guests can interact with
       museum performers and learn how early Texans used to prepare meals,
       wash clothes, and have fun with their friends! The museum invites you to
       take advantage of this fun edutainment opportunity!
         (8) Traditional Fourth of July Celebration
       Guests are invited to enjoy a traditional 4th of July celebration July 4,
       2007 on the Back 40 at UTSA's Institute of Texan Cultures! They can take
       a swing at a piñata, make new friends at the petting zoo and get their own
       balloon animal from a hilarious clown! You can buy holiday treats at our
       bake sale! There will be something for every member of the family this
       year as the museum celebrates America's independence.

d) Educator Resources
As a component of the UT System and a campus of The University of Texas at
San Antonio, UTSA’s Institute of Texan Cultures is tasked with providing
educational content to a variety of audiences, both inside and outside the walls of
the museum. The museum accomplishes its educational mission by offering field
trips, teacher workshops, and first-person interpretive programs inside the
building. The museum delivers its content across Texas through video
conferencing, Tex-Kit presentations, and the production of online curriculum and
educational videos.

e) Facility Rental
UTSA’s Institute of Texan Cultures has multipurpose rooms that are suitable for
meetings, lectures, performances, receptions and dinners. The museum is located
in HemisFair Park, adjacent to the Tower of the Americas and within walking
distance of the Alamo, the River Walk, the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
and the Alamodome.



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f) Building a Bridge to the Community
UTSA’s Institute of Texan Cultures is an important component of The University
of Texas at San Antonio. The museum’s products and services for elementary,
middle, and high school students introduce the UTSA brand to more than 45,000
potential UTSA recruits every year. The museum is also a popular travel
destination for guests who visit San Antonio and is home to the nationally
recognized Texas Folklife Festival. The museum has embraced the opportunity to
promote the values of UTSA at home and in every corner of the Lone Star State.




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Definitions and Abbreviations by Section:

Student Enrollment
Course Load: Determined by the number of Semester Credit Hours a student is enrolled
in for the semester. Undergraduates must be enrolled in 12 or more SCH to be counted as
full time while Post-Bac/Masters/Doctoral students must be enrolled in nine or more SCH
to be counted as full time. All students who do not meet these requirements are part time.
This is the Integrated Postsecondary Education Database System (IPEDS) definition.

Fall 2006 College Structure: The organization of the Colleges is based on the
departments which were in each college in Fall 2006. This structure is used throughout
the Fact Book to show trends based on a single college structure.

IPEDS: Integrated Postsecondary Educational Data System

Semester Credit Hour (SCH): Equal to the amount of credit a course is worth, most
courses are worth three SCHs.


New Student Information and Success
First Time Doctoral Student: A student who has never enrolled at the Doctoral level at
any other public college in the State of Texas.

First Time Masters Student: A student who has never enrolled at the Masters level at
any other public college in the State of Texas.

First Time Undergraduate: A student who has never enrolled at the Undergraduate
level at any other public college in the State of Texas.

Minority: Students who are classified as African-American, Hispanic, Asian or Pacific
Islander, American Indian or Alaskan Native.

Non-Minority: Students who are classified as White, International, or Unknown.

Transfer Undergraduates: Students who have previously enrolled at another public
university in Texas and have transferred hours to UTSA.

UT Austin CAP Student: A student who would like to attend the University of Texas at
Austin so they meet specific requirements at UTSA and intend to transfer to the
University of Texas at Austin after one year. These students are not included in the
Graduation and Retention cohort since they do not intend to get a degree from UTSA.




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Course Information -
Course Type -

      Organized Classes: All courses which are Lecture and Seminar style courses
based on the Coordinating Board Class Report

       Lab Classes: Classes which are defined as being a laboratory style course based
on     the Coordinating Board Class Report

      Individual Instruction: Classes include the Independent Study, Private Lesson,
      Practicum and Individualized modes of instruction as defined by the Coordinating
Board Class Report

Course Level-

       Developmental – Courses which are designed to help students transition into
       college coursework

       Lower Division – Defined by the Coordinating Board Course Inventory as either
       a level one or level two course, note that this is not necessarily based on the
       course number.

       Upper Division- Defined by the Coordinating Board Course Inventory as either a
       level three or level four course, note that this is not necessarily based on the
       course number.

       Graduate Level - Defined by the Coordinating Board Course Inventory as any
       course level higher than a level four course, note that this is not necessarily based
       on the course number.

Faculty and Staff Information
All Faculty Full Time Equivalent (FTE): The sum of all of the percent time
appointments for the faculty.

FTE: Full Time Equivalent.

Instructional Faculty Full Time Equivalent (FTE): The sum of the percent time
appointments for the faculty which directly relate to the instruction function.




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Financial and Facilities Information
Assignable Area: The sum of all areas within the interior walls of rooms on all floors of
a building assigned to, or available for assignment to, an occupant or use, excluding
unassigned space. This is also referred to as net assignable square feet (NASF).

Education and General (E&G): Space used for teaching, research, or the preservation
of knowledge, including the proportional share used for those activities in any building or
facility used jointly with auxiliary enterprise, or space that is permanently unassigned.
E&G space is supported by state appropriations.

Gross Area: The sum of all square feet of floor areas within the outside faces of a
building's exterior walls. This includes the areas, finished and unfinished, on all floors of
an enclosed structure, i.e., within the environmentally controlled envelope, for all stories
or areas which have floor surfaces.




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Index of Tables:
Number of Students Enrolled by Classification................................................................ 15
Semester Credit Hours* by Classification ........................................................................ 15
Number of Students Enrolled by Gender.......................................................................... 16
Semester Credit Hours by Gender .................................................................................... 16
Number of Students Enrolled by Course Load ................................................................. 16
Semester Credit Hours by Course Load............................................................................ 16
Number of Students Enrolled by Level and Course Load ................................................ 17
Number of Students Enrolled by Ethnicity....................................................................... 18
Semester Credit Hours by Ethnicity ................................................................................. 18
Undergraduate Enrollment by Ethnicity ........................................................................... 20
Post-Bac Enrollment by Ethnicity .................................................................................... 20
Masters Enrollment by Ethnicity ...................................................................................... 21
Doctoral Enrollment by Ethnicity..................................................................................... 21
Undergraduate Enrollment by Gender .............................................................................. 22
Post-Bac Enrollment by Gender ....................................................................................... 22
Masters Enrollment by Gender ......................................................................................... 22
Doctoral Enrollment by Gender........................................................................................ 22
Number of Students Enrolled by IPEDS Age Category ................................................... 23
Semester Credit Hours by IPEDS Age Category.............................................................. 23
Number of Students Enrolled Based on the Fall 2006 College Structure......................... 24
Semester Credit Hours Based on the Fall 2006 College Structure ................................... 24
Students Enrolled by Residence Category........................................................................ 25
Students Enrolled by Texas Economic Region................................................................. 25
Fall 2006 Top 10 Counties (New Undergraduates Full and Part Time) ........................... 26
College of Architecture by Gender ................................................................................... 27
College of Business by Gender......................................................................................... 27
College of Education and Human Development by Gender............................................. 27
College of Engineering by Gender ................................................................................... 28
College of Liberal and Fine Arts by Gender..................................................................... 28
College of Public Policy by Gender.................................................................................. 28
College of Sciences by Gender ......................................................................................... 29
No College Identified by Gender...................................................................................... 29
College of Architecture by Ethnicity ................................................................................ 30
College of Business by Ethnicity...................................................................................... 30
College of Education and Human Development by Ethnicity.......................................... 31
College of Engineering by Ethnicity................................................................................. 31
College of Liberal and Fine Arts by Ethnicity.................................................................. 32
College of Public Policy by Ethnicity............................................................................... 32
College of Sciences by Ethnicity ...................................................................................... 33
No College Identified by Ethnicity ................................................................................... 33
College of Architecture by Course Load .......................................................................... 34
College of Business by Ethnicity by Course Load ........................................................... 34
College of Education & Human Development by Course Load....................................... 34
College of Engineering by Course Load........................................................................... 34
College of Liberal and Fine Arts by Course Load............................................................ 35


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College of Public Policy by Course Load......................................................................... 35
College of Sciences by Course Load ................................................................................ 35
No College Identified by Course Load ............................................................................. 36
College of Architecture by Student Level ........................................................................ 36
College of Business by Student Level .............................................................................. 36
College of Education & Human Development by Student Level..................................... 37
College of Engineering by Student Level......................................................................... 37
College of Liberal and Fine Arts by Student Level .......................................................... 37
College of Public Policy by Student Level ....................................................................... 38
College of Sciences by Student Level .............................................................................. 38
No College Identified by Student Level ........................................................................... 38
The number of Full Time Equivalent (FTE) students can be calculated using various
methods. The Coordinating Board uses a different method than IPEDS and the Common
Data Set. The Coordinating Board is the official FTE and is used when looking at
budgets, however the other methods can be used to divide FTE up by the college in
which the student is enrolled in. ....................................................................................... 39
Number of Full Time Equivalent Students Using the Coordinating Board* Method ...... 39
Number of Full Time Equivalent Students Using the Common Data Set* (CDS) Method
........................................................................................................................................... 39
(Summer and Fall Applications Included)........................................................................ 41
First Time Full Time Undergraduates by Gender............................................................. 42
First Time Full Time Undergraduates by Ethnicity.......................................................... 42
High School Rank of First Time Full Time Undergraduates............................................ 43
First Time Full Time Undergraduates by Admission Category........................................ 43
Mean SAT Scores and Number of Scores Reported by Admission Category.................. 44
25th and 75th Percentile Total SAT Scores by Admission Category............................... 44
Mean SAT Verbal Scores and Number of Scores Reported by Admission Category...... 44
25th and 75th Percentile SAT Verbal Scores by Admission Category ............................ 45
Mean SAT Math Scores and Number of Scores Reported by Admission Category ........ 45
25th and 75th Percentile SAT Math Scores by Admission Category............................... 45
Mean ACT Scores and Number of Scores Reported by Admission Category ................. 46
25th and 75th Percentile ACT Scores by Admission Category........................................ 46
Full Time Transfer Undergraduate Students by Gender................................................... 47
Full Time First Time Transfer Undergraduate Students by Ethnicity .............................. 47
Full Time First Time Transfer Undergraduate Students by Classification....................... 47
First Time Part Time Undergraduates by Gender............................................................. 48
First Time Part Time Undergraduates by Ethnicity.......................................................... 48
Part Time Transfer Undergraduates.................................................................................. 48
Part Time Transfer Undergraduates by Ethnicity ............................................................. 49
Part Time Transfer Undergraduates by Classification...................................................... 49
First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort by Gender (students seeking degrees at
UTSA)............................................................................................................................... 50
First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort by Gender (students seeking degrees at
UTSA)............................................................................................................................... 50
First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort SAT Total (students seeking degrees at
UTSA)............................................................................................................................... 51



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First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort SAT Total (students seeking degrees at
UTSA)............................................................................................................................... 51
First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort SAT Verbal (students seeking degrees at
UTSA)............................................................................................................................... 51
First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort SAT Verbal (students seeking degrees at
UTSA)............................................................................................................................... 51
First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort SAT Math (students seeking degrees at
UTSA)............................................................................................................................... 52
First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort SAT Math (students seeking degrees at
UTSA)............................................................................................................................... 52
First Time Full Time Undergraduate Cohort ACT Composite (students seeking degrees at
UTSA)............................................................................................................................... 52
Percent of Students in Cohort who were Retained or Graduated by Year (All)............... 53
Percent of Students in Cohort who were Retained or Graduated by Year (Men)............. 53
Percent of Students in Cohort who were Retained or Graduated by Year (Women) ....... 54
Percent of Students in Cohort who were Retained or Graduated by Year (White) .......... 54
Percent of Students in Cohort who were Retained or Graduated by Year (African
American) ......................................................................................................................... 55
Percent of Students in Cohort who were Retained or Graduated by Year (Hispanic)...... 55
Percent of Students in Cohort who were Retained or Graduated by Year (Other)........... 56
Degrees Awarded by College Based on the Fall 2006 College Structure ........................ 57
Degrees Awarded by Level and Ethnicity ........................................................................ 58
All Degrees Awarded by Ethnicity ................................................................................... 59
Degrees Awarded by Level and Minority Status.............................................................. 59
Degrees Awarded by Level and Gender ........................................................................... 60
College of Architecture Degrees Awarded by Level........................................................ 61
College of Business Degrees Awarded by Level.............................................................. 61
College of Education and Human Development Degrees Awarded by Level.................. 61
College of Engineering Degrees Awarded by Level ........................................................ 62
College of Liberal and Fine Arts Degrees Awarded by Level.......................................... 62
College of Public Policy Degrees Awarded by Level ...................................................... 62
College of Sciences Degrees Awarded by Level.............................................................. 63
All Degrees Awarded by Level......................................................................................... 63
Number Of Courses by Level and Course Type............................................................... 65
Enrollment in Courses Offered by Level and Course Type.............................................. 67
Semester Credit Hours (SCH) Generated in Courses Offered by Level and Course Type
........................................................................................................................................... 68
Number of Courses by Level and Tenure Status .............................................................. 69
Enrollment in Courses Offered by Level and Tenure Status ............................................ 71
Semester Credit Hours in Courses Offered by Level and Tenure Status.......................... 72
Number of Courses by Class Size - Fall 2002 .................................................................. 73
Number of Courses by Class Size - Fall 2003 .................................................................. 73
Number of Courses by Class Size - Fall 2004 .................................................................. 73
Number of Courses by College (Fall 2006 College Structure)......................................... 74
Semester Credit Hours (SCH) Generated by College (Fall 2006 College Structure)....... 75
Course Enrollment by College (Fall 2006 College Structure).......................................... 75



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Student to Faculty Ratio.................................................................................................... 76
Number of Faculty Members by Ethnicity ....................................................................... 78
Number of Teaching Assistants by Ethnicity ................................................................... 78
Number of Faculty Members by Gender .......................................................................... 79
Number of Teaching Assistants by Gender ...................................................................... 79
Number of Faculty Members by Tenure Status................................................................ 79
Number of Faculty Members by Rank.............................................................................. 80
Tenured and Tenure Track Faculty by Ethnicity .............................................................. 80
Tenured and Tenure Track Faculty by Gender ................................................................. 80
FTE of Faculty Members .................................................................................................. 81
FTE of Teaching Assistants .............................................................................................. 81
FTE of Faculty Members by Gender ................................................................................ 82
FTE of Teaching Assistants by Gender ............................................................................ 82
FTE by Tenure Status of Faculty (Teaching Assistants Separated) ................................. 82
FTE by Rank (Teaching Assistants Separated) ................................................................ 83
Number of Instructional Faculty by Ethnicity .................................................................. 84
Number of Instructional Teaching Assistants by Ethnicity .............................................. 84
Number of Instructional Faculty by Gender ..................................................................... 85
Number of Instructional Teaching Assistants by Gender ................................................. 85
Number of Instructional Faculty and Teaching Assistants by Tenure Status................... 85
Number of Instructional Faculty and Teaching Assistants by Rank................................. 86
Number of Instructional Tenured and Tenure Track Faculty by Ethnicity ...................... 86
Number of Instructional Tenured and Tenure Track Faculty by Gender ......................... 86
Instructional Faculty FTE by Ethnicity............................................................................. 87
Instructional Teaching Assistants FTE by Ethnicity ........................................................ 87
Instructional Faculty FTE by Gender ............................................................................... 88
Instructional Teaching Assistants FTE by Gender ........................................................... 88
FTE of Instructional Faculty and Teaching Assistants by Tenure Status......................... 88
FTE of Instructional Faculty and Teaching Assistants by Rank....................................... 89
All Faculty Rank by Ethnicity .......................................................................................... 90
Employees by EEO Classification and Gender ................................................................ 92
Employees by EEO Classification and Ethnicity.............................................................. 93
Number of Students Enrolled by College ......................................................................... 97
Number of Students by Classification .............................................................................. 97
Number of Students Enrolled by Gender.......................................................................... 98
Number of Students Enrolled by Ethnicity....................................................................... 98
Number of Instructional Faculty who teach at the Downtown Campus by Ethnicity ...... 99
Number of Instructional Faculty who teach at the Downtown Campus by Gender ......... 99
Number of Instructional Faculty who teach at the Downtown Campus by Tenure Status99
Number of Instructional Faculty who teach at the Downtown Campus by Rank .......... 100
Number of Courses Taught at the Downtown Campus by College................................ 101
Number of Students Enrolled in Courses Taught at the Downtown Campus by College
(Duplicated Count).......................................................................................................... 102
Semester Credit Hours of Courses Taught at the Downtown Campus by College ........ 102
FY 2002 to 2006 Annual Financial Report..................................................................... 104
UTSA Endowment Market Value................................................................................... 109



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Sponsored Program Funds Expended by Fiscal Year Sponsored Program Funds
Expended by Fiscal Year ................................................................................................ 110
Sponsored Program Funds Awarded by Fiscal Year Sponsored Program Funds Awarded
by Fiscal Year ................................................................................................................. 111
Student Financial Aid by Type of Award (02-03 to 05-06)............................................ 112
Education and General Net Assignable Square Footage by Room Type ....................... 116
UTSA Classroom Utilization by Fall Semester .............................................................. 117
Class Laboratory Utilization by Fall Semester ............................................................... 117
Area and Capital Investment by Campus for Fall 2006.................................................. 118
Library Holdings by Type of Material............................................................................ 121
IED Statistics For 2005:.................................................................................................. 126




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