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2007 UMD CAMPUS DATA BOOK

Office of Institutional Research

 

Table of Contents

 

Section:                                                                                                                                                                                              

I.        General

This introductory section of the Campus Data Book contains nine items, UMD’s mission statement, a list of the University of Minnesota Board of Regents, an organizational chart of UMD, a list of the UMD’s peer institutions,  an enrollment comparison for the UM system, and four departmental ratios.

 

           A.    Mission Statement

           B.    Regents

           C.    UMD Organization Chart

           D.    UMD Peer Institutions

           E.    Comparison of UM Collegiate Unit Enrollments

           F.    Graduates Per FTE Teaching Faculty7

           G.    Total Expenditures Per Day Student Credit Hours

           H.    Annual Day Student Credit Hours by Fall FTE Teaching Faculty

           I.     Annual Day Student Credit Hours Per Fall Tenured, Tenure-Track Faculty

 

II.       Students

           A.    Majors and Minors

                     Fall Term Majors - Table 1

                     Fall Term Minors - Table 2

           B.    Degrees

                     Conferred by Degree Level, Unit, and Sex - Table 3

                     Conferred by Major and Degree Type - Table 4

                     Conferred by Degree and Ethnicity - Table 5

           C.    Fall Term Headcount Enrollment - Table 6

           D.    Student Profiles

                     All Student Profile - Enrollment & Demographic Characteristics - Table 7

                     LSBE Student Profile - Enrollment & Demographic Characteristics - Table 8

                     CEHSP Student Profile - Enrollment & Demographic Characteristics - Table 9

                     SFA Student Profile - Enrollment & Demographic Characteristics - Table 10

                     CLA Student Profile - Enrollment & Demographic Characteristics - Table 11

                     SCSE Student Profile - Enrollment & Demographic Characteristics - Table 12

           E.    Graduation/Retention Rates for Full-Time UMD NHS Students - Table 13

           F.    Admissions, Financial Aid, and Fees

                     Applicants - Table 14

                     High School Rank of Entering NHS Students - Table 15

                     Percent of Students Graduating in the Top 30% of High School Class - Figure 1

                     Financial Aid Distribution - Table 16

                     Tuition and Fees - Table 17

                     Room and Board - Table 18

 

III.     Personnel

           A.    Full Time Equivalent Teaching Faculty - Table 1

           B.    Tenured & Tenure-Track Faculty by Rank, Unit, Sex, Percent Tenured - Table 2

           C.    Average Salary of Tenured & Tenure-Track Faculty by Rank and Unit - Table 3

           D.    Tenured & Tenure-Track Faculty by Ethnicity - Table 4

           E.    Tenured & Tenure-Track Faculty by Highest Degree - Table 5

           F.    Headcount & Full Time Equivalent of Academic Personnel by Rank - Table 6

           G.    Full Time Equivalent Academic Personnel by Administrative Unit - Table 7

           H.    Civil Service Employees by bargaining unit Class by Sex by Ethnic - Table 8

           I.     Civil Service Employees by Unit by Sex - Table 9

 

IV.     Financial

           A.    UMD Budget FY2006 - Table 1

           B.    UMD Legislative General Operations & Maintenance Expenditures FY05 - Table 2

           C.    3-Year Comparison of UMD Budgeted Revenue (Fund 1001) - Table 3

           D.    3-Year Comparison of UMD Expenditures (Fund 1001) - Table 4

 

V.       Programs

This program section of the Campus Data Book includes two topics.  Table 1 lists program offerings at UMD.  Figure 2 and Table 2 give a five-year analysis of day student credit hours by department for fall and spring terms.  The student credit hours summed by department reflect the load on the department from which the faculty are paid.  This means that if faculty teach courses outside of their home department but the entire salary is paid by the home department, then the home department is credited with the student credit hours.  If the home department and another department split the salary, the credit hours are also split.

 

           A.    Programs Offered at UMD - Table 1

           B.    Student Credit Hour History by Collegiate Unit - Figure 2

           C.    Student Credit Hour History - Department Analysis - Table 2

 

VI.     Campus

This section includes a map of the UMD Campus with each building identified, a historical comparison of space usage at UMD, a list of UMD buildings, and Development Office information.  Room use definitions are provided for general information.

 

           A.    UMD Campus Map

           B.    Description of Space Usage Categories

           C.    UMD Space Use Distribution - Table 1

           D.    UMD Building List

 

 

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