INSTITUTIONAL SNAPSHOT

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH

 

The information and data presented below is intended to give the HLC Evaluation Team a basic impression of UMD’s overall scope and nature of operations prior to the on-site visit to Duluth on March 3-5, 2008. Where possible, data is included for fall 2006 and fall 2007; however, some of the data was not available for fall 2007 at the time the report was sent to the printer.  In those cases, data for fall 2006 and fall 2005 is included.

 

 1.  Student Demography Headcounts

 

      A. Undergraduate Enrollments by Class Levels (Freshmen-Senior)

 

Fall

Freshmen

Sophomore

Junior

Senior

Total

2007

2,876

2,040

1,858

2,410

9,184

2006

2,983

1,965

1,930

2,294

9,172

 

 

      B. Undergraduate Students by Degree Seeking/Non-degree Seeking (IPEDS report)

 

                                    Fall 2007

Gender

Am Indian

Asian

Black

Hispanic

Intl

Unknown

White

Total

Female

52

142

40

42

45

212

4,228

4,761

Male

33

120

81

62

76

208

4,666

5,246

Unknown

1

1

0

1

0

20

34

57

TOTAL

86

263

121

105

121

440

8,928

10,064

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                    Fall 2006

Gender

Am Indian

Asian

Black

Hispanic

Intl

Unknown

White

Total

Female

38

136

39

38

56

225

4,200

4,732

Male

29

130

88

50

81

202

6,669

5,249

Unknown

4

3

0

2

0

29

57

95

TOTAL

71

269

127

90

137

456

8.926

10,076

 

C. Graduate/Professional by Degree Seeking and Non-degree Seeking Status (IPEDS Report)

 

                                    Fall 2007

Gender

Am Indian

Asian

Black

Hispanic

Intl

Unknown

White

Total

Female

27

12

8

2

30

47

528

654

Male

21

11

9

1

57

28

337

464

Unknown

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

TOTAL

48

23

17

3

87

75

867

1,120

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                    Fall 2006

Gender

Am Indian

Asian

Black

Hispanic

Intl

Unknown

White

Total

Female

39

16

9

5

19

43

531

662

Male

18

11

9

0

56

20

330

444

Unknown

0

0

0

0

0

3

5

8

TOTAL

57

27

18

5

75

66

866

1,114

 

      D. Age Range of Undergraduates

     

Fall

24 & Under

25 & Older

Unknown

Total

2007

9,591

468

5

10,064

2006

9,560

505

11

10,076

 

      E. Students by Residency Status

 

Fall

In-State

Out-of-State

Non-US Resident

Undefined

Total

2007

8,986

1,407

168

623

11,184

2006

8,966

1,456

158

610

11,190

 

 

 2.  Student Recruitment and Admissions

 

                          Freshman

Fall

Applications

Acceptances

Matriculations

2007

7,646

5,015

2,240

2006

7,338

5,569

2,315

 

 

 

 

                           Undergraduate Transfer

Fall

Applications

Acceptances

Matriculations

2007

974

574

408

2006

986

671

407

 

 

 

 

                           Graduate Professional

Fall

Applications

Acceptances

Matriculations

2007

540

285

225

2006

507

302

252

 

UMD requires ACT Composite test results for undergraduate admission.

 

Mean ACT Composite Score for Fall 2007 Admits = 23.3

Mean ACT Composite Score for Fall 2006 Admits = 23.3

 

 

3.    Financial Assistance for Students

 

A. Percentage of students applying for any type of assistance: 

 

     Fall 2007*       Undergraduate = 72.4%         Graduate = 60%

     Fall 2006         Undergraduate = 74.1%         Graduate = 66.9%

 

     Number/percentage of students receiving any type of assistance:

 

     Fall 2007*       Undergraduate = 7,157 / 70.7%         Graduate = 616 / 65%

     Fall 2006         Undergraduate = 7,029 / 69.2%         Graduate = 682 / 65%

 

B.    Percentage of students receiving:

 

 

Fall

 

Level

 

Loans

 

Work Study

Scholarships/

Grants

Academic Based

Merit Scholarships

 

2007

Undergraduate

59.6%

4.2%

45.3%

24.8%

Graduate

51.9%

1.0%

25.8%

25.7%

 

2006*

Undergraduate

57.3%

4.8%

44.8%

26.0%

Graduate

54.4%

0.9%

36.6%

38.5%

 

      C. Tuition Discount Rate (TDR):

 

     Fall 2007*        Undergraduate = 13.12%       Graduate = 23.13%

     Fall 2006         Undergraduate = 13.29%       Graduate = 21.24%

 

*NOTE: Financial aid changes during a student's academic year. Thus, the percentages for fall 2007 will change as student needs change during spring 2008.

 

 4.  Student Retention and Program Productivity

 

A. Student retention data

 

Retention Rates by Race/Ethnicity -- One Year after Entry

First-Time/Full-Time New Entering Freshmen

 

Race/Ethnicity

Status*

Fall 2005 Entry

Fall 2006 Entry

N

%

N

%

American Indian

Enrolled

6

55%

11

79%

 

Not Enrolled

5

45%

3

21%

 

Total

11

100%

14

100%

Asian American

Enrolled

43

84%

51

80%

 

Not Enrolled

8

16%

13

20%

 

Total

51

100%

64

100%

Black/African American

Enrolled

16

70%

15

71%

 

Not Enrolled

7

30%

6

29%

 

Total

23

100%

21

100%

Hispanic

Enrolled

9

47%

12

63%

 

Not Enrolled

10

53%

7

37%

 

Total

19

100%

19

100%

White

Enrolled

1,525

76%

1,602

75%

 

Not Enrolled

474

24%

536

25%

 

Total

1,999

100%

2,138

100%

International

Enrolled

17

100%

21

84%

 

Not Enrolled

0

0%

4

16%

 

Total

17

100%

25

100%

NA

Enrolled

20

83%

19

79%

 

Not Enrolled

4

17%

5

21%

 

Total

24

100%

24

100%

Campus Total

Enrolled

1,636

76%

1,731

75%

 

Not Enrolled

508

24%

574

25%

 

Total

2,144

100%

2,305

100%

*Status refers to enrollment and non-enrollment one year after entry.  For “Fall 2005 Entry” the data represent Fall 2006 enrollment status, and for “Fall 2006 Entry” the data represent Fall 2007 enrollment status.

 

     

      B. Graduate/professional degrees awarded (IPEDS categories)

 

Year

Am Indian

Asian

Black

Hispanic

Unknown

White

Total

2006-07

12

5

4

2

10

159

192

2005-06

8

2

1

2

14

185

212

 

 

      C. Number of graduates by college/program by CIP codes

 

 

                          2006-2007

 

 

Unit*

 

Natral

Resrces

 

 

Engr

Bio & Physcl

Sci

 

Busi-

ness

Comm

Fine

Arts

 

 

Educ

 

 

Health

 

 

Hum

 

Comp

Sci

 

Fit-

ness

 

Psych

SocSci

 

 

Total

CEHSP

0

0

12

0

0

214

20

2

0

40

127

415

CE

0

0

0

1

0

53

0

0

0

0

0

54

CLA

27

0

16

0

79

0

0

94

0

0

200

416

GRAD

0

5

20

18

4

0

9

4

20

0

47

127

LSBE

0

0

0

341

0

0

16

0

15

0

0

372

SFA

0

0

0

0

100

14

0

0

0

0

0

114

SCSE

0

130

144

0

0

0

0

0

41

0

0

315

TOTAL

27

135

192

360

183

281

45

100

76

40

374

1,813

 

 

 

                          2005-2006

 

 

Unit*

 

Natral

Resrces

 

 

Engr

Bio & Physcl

Sci

 

Busi-

ness

Comm

Fine

Arts

 

 

Educ

 

 

Health

 

 

Hum

 

Comp

Sci

 

Fit-

ness

 

Psych

SocSci

 

 

Total

CEHSP

0

0

13

0

0

234

37

3

0

48

117

452

CE

0

0

0

0

0

52

0

0

0

0

0

52

CLA

33

0

16

0

78

0

0

85

1

0

209

422

GRAD

0

7

21

25

4

0

17

18

25

0

37

154

LSBE

0

0

0

330

0

0

0

0

24

0

0

355

SFA

0

0

0

0

87

18

0

0

0

0

0

105

SCSE

0

131

155

0

0

0

0

0

67

0

0

353

TOTAL

33

138

205

355

169

304

54

106

118

48

363

1,893

 

*Collegiate Units*     CEHSP=College of Education and Human Service Professions     

 CLA= Liberal Arts   CE=Continuing Education        GRAD=Graduate School

 LSBE=Labovitz School of Business & Economics     SFA = School of Fine Arts

 SCSE=Swenson College of Science & Engineering

 

 5.  Faculty Demography

 

      A. Faculty headcount, full-time and part-time, according to highest degree earned

 

 

Degree Level

Fall 2007

Fall 2006

Full-Time

Part-Time

Total

Full-Time

Part-Time

Total

Doctorate

297

29

326

275

34

309

First Professional

5

0

5

2

5

7

Master’s

115

60

175

92

81

173

Bachelor’s

6

8

14

5

20

25

Associate’s

1

0

1

1

0

1

None

0

0

0

1

7

8

TOTAL

424

97

521

376

147

523

 

      B. Faculty headcount, full-time and part-time, according to race/ethnicity, gender, and rank

 

 

Ethnicity

Fall 2007

Fall 2006

Full-Time

Part-Time

Total

Full-Time

Part-Time

Total

White

340

92

432

311

134

446

Black

10

0

10

8

0

8

Asian

52

2

54

42

1

43

American Indian

13

1

14

8

8

16

Hispanic

6

1

7

6

2

8

Unknown

3

1

4

1

2

3

TOTAL

424

97

521

376

147

523

 

 

Gender

Fall 2007

Fall 2006

Full-Time

Part-Time

Total

Full-Time

Part-Time

Total

Female

181

47

228

153

70

223

Male

243

50

293

223

77

300

TOTAL

424

97

521

376

147

523

 

 

Rank

Fall 2007

Fall 2006

Full-Time

Part-Time

Total

Full-Time

Part-Time

Total

Professor

88

7

95

87

10

97

Associate Prof

113

6

119

101

9

110

Assistant Prof

145

20

165

121

25

146

Instructor

78

63

141

67

102

169

Research Fellow

0

1

1

0

1

1

TOTAL

424

97

521

376

147

523

 

     

C. Number of faculty by college/program by CIP codes

 

College/

School*

 

CIP Designation

Fall

2007

Fall

2006

 

CEHSP

Education

69

83

Health

11

11

Psychology/Social Sciences

31

34

 

CLA

Natural Resources

7

7

Communication/Fine Arts

46

14

Humanities

67

77

Psychology/Social Sciences

24

39

 

LSBE

Business

50

48

Psychology/Social Sciences

14

12

SFA

Fine Arts

62

62

 

SCSE

Engineering

38

39

Biological & Physical Science

46

43

Communication Technology

18

18

Mathematics/Computer Sciences

38

36

TOTAL

 

521

523

*College/School*   CEHSP=College of Education and Human Service Professions

CLA=College of Liberal Arts    LSBE=Labovitz School of Business & Economics

SFA=School of Fine Arts    SCSE=Swenson College of Science & Engineering

 

 

 

 

6. Availability of Instructional Resources and Information Technology

 

A.   Information Technology Systems and Services (ITSS) (http://www.d.umn.edu/itss)

 

ITSS has campus-wide responsibility for technology resources dedicated to student learning as well as faculty instructional technology tools and administrative technology services.

 

 

ITSS and Library Computer Labs

ITSS provides computer laboratories and work areas for students throughout the campus, including several managed jointly with the UMD Library.  See http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/labs/ and http://www.d.umn.edu/lib/tech/index.htm. UMD has two levels of computer access for students, with corresponding levels of hardware and software.  All students pay a basic-access fee, which provides email, web services, file storage, printing, and access to basic hardware and software.  Approximately thirty percent of UMD students pay for full lab access, which provides access to advanced hardware and software as well as to teaching laboratories.

 

Location Maps:

ITSS Labs:  http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/labs/maps/

Library Computers: http://www.d.umn.edu/lib/tech/techmaps/index.htm

 

 

Basic Access Areas

 

Location

Year

PCs

Macs

SunRays

Library 118

2007

17

0

0

2006

0

0

0

Library 1st floor

2007

11

0

14

2006

0

0

14

Library 2nd floor

2007

39

0

0

2006

39

0

0

Library 3rd floor

2007

39

15

0

2006

12

28

37

Library 4th floor

2007

0

0

37

2006

0

0

37

Multicultural Center

2007

0

0

5

2006

0

0

5

Multimedia Hub

2007

0

10

0

2006

0

6

0

SBE Atrium

2007

0

0

10

2006

0

0

10

Solon Campus Center 41

2007

18

0

0

2006

18

0

0

 

 

 

Full Access Labs

 

Location

Year

PCs

Macs

Library 115

2007

30

0

2006

30

0

Library 116

2007

30

0

2006

30

0

Library 118

2007

17

0

2006

0

0

Library 119

2006

10

12

Library Accessibility Rooms

2007

3

1

2006

3

1

Engineering 204

2007

35

0

2006

35

0

Humanities 470

2007

32

0

2006

32

0

Kirby Plaza 143

2007

33

0

2006

33

0

Montague 209

2007

0

30

2006

0

30

Montague 239

2007

0

28

2006

0

28

MW Alworth 177

2007

33

0

2006

33

0

School of Business and Economics 17

2007

0

24

2006

0

24

Swenson Science Building 216

2007

28

0

2006

28

0

 

ITSS uses LabStats from Computer Lab Solutions to track usage, provide reports, and enable students to see online what labs are available in real time (http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/labs/stats/).

 

 

Adaptive Hardware and Software

ITSS collaborates with Disability Services and Resources, the UMD Library, and Human Resources to provide adaptive hardware and software for the campus. Resources for students are detailed here (http://www.d.umn.edu/access/equip.html) and include text magnifiers, diagramming software, keyboard layouts, voice recognition software, speech synthesis or “screen reading” software, text scanning and reading devices, talking word-processing and writing assistance software, Braille software and embosser, video relay service, adjustable-height workstations, trackballs, and large monitors.  The UMD Library has three Adaptive Equipment Rooms with specialized hardware and software http://www.d.umn.edu/lib/tech/index.htm.

 

 

Departmental Computer Resources

Many UMD departments provide computing resources for students that augment shared services provided by ITSS and the Library.

 

Some units have, or are planning, student laptop requirements. The College of Liberal Arts instituted a laptop requirement for freshmen students in the fall of 2004 so that by fall 2007 all students have a laptop. This explains the reduction in the number of computers provided for Writing Studies below. The Department of Art + Design began a laptop requirement in fall of 2007, which explains the reduction in the number of computers in their lab below. The Labovitz School of Business and Economics and the College of Education and Human Services Professions are both planning on instituting laptop requirements for the fall of 2008.

 

 

 

Department Computer Resources

 

Department

Year

PCs

Macs

Unix/Linux Workstations

Art + Design

2007

1

5

0

2006

1

25

0

Chemical Engineering

2007

8

0

0

2006

4

0

0

Communication Sciences and Disorders

2007

22

0

0

2006

22

0

0

Computer Science

2007

0

5

37

2006

0

2

39

Education

2007

21

28

0

2006

21

28

0

Electrical and Computer Engineering

2007

103

0

14

2006

60

0

6

Geographic Information Sciences

2007

18

0

0

2006

18

0

0

Geological Sciences

2007

10

0

0

2006

10

0

0

Health, Phys Ed, and Recreation

2007

8

0

0

2006

8

0

0

Mathematics and Statistics

2007

5

1

6

2006

6

1

6

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

2007

16

0

6

2006

16

0

6

Natural Resources Research Institute

2007

11

0

0

2006

11

0

0

Physics

2007

32

0

0

2007

32

0

0

Psychology

2007

20

0

0

2006

20

0

0

School of Business and Economics

2007

14

0

0

2006

14

0

0

Social Work

2007

4

0

0

2006

4

0

0

Sociology/Anthropology

2007

5

0

0

2006

5

0

0

Writing Studies

2007

0

10

0

2006

26

0

0

 

 

Residence Hall Network

UMD provides a wired network connection for each student who lives in the UMD residence halls. Usage for the past two years is given in this table.

 

Connections

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Available

3086

3086

Used

3030

2976

 

The ITSS Phone/Network Team provides technical support for the Residence Hall Network.  They track the usage as part of their regular process measures.

 

 

Wireless Network

Authenticated wireless networking (for 802.11a, 802.11b or 802.11g) is available throughout most of the UMD main campus, excluding the residence halls student rooms. Wireless access is available to students, faculty and staff by opening a web browser.  Wireless networking is available in residence hall study lounges but not in student rooms, where wired networking is already available.  UMD had 257 wireless access points in Fall 2006 and 306 in Fall 2007. The ITSS Phone/Network Team provides technical support for the wireless network.  They track the usage as part of their regular process measures.

 

 

Technology-Enhanced Classrooms

UMD ITSS has responsibility for installing, supporting, and maintaining technology in general-purpose classrooms on campus.  See http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/classroom/. There are 66 general-purpose classrooms on campus, and ITSS has installed technology in all but three of these.  The remaining three will be added soon. The standard suite of technology includes a network connection, a projection screen, a digital projector, a DVD player, a VCR player, and an overhead projector.  Some classrooms have additional technology as well. For a complete list, see

http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/classroom/equipment.html. The ITSS Classroom Team provides technical support for classroom technology. They track the usage as part of their regular process measures.

 

 

Interactive Television Classrooms

UMD makes significant use of interactive television (ITV) for distance education and remote conferencing.  ITSS provides two classrooms and two portable units for general campus use. The Medical School Duluth and the College of Pharmacy Duluth share courses with the Twin Cities Campus and maintain ITV classrooms for these classes.  The Natural Resources Research Institute uses ITV for research meetings and conferences.

 

Sites

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

ITSS for general use

4

4

Medical School Duluth

2

2

Natural Resources Research Institute

0

1

Pharmacy Duluth

7

8

 

The ITSS Classroom Team provides technical support for interactive television technology. They track the usage as part of their regular process measures. See http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/classroom/de.html.

 

 

Student Response Systems

UMD faculty have used “clicker” technology to enhance student responses in classes, especially large-lecture classes, for more than five years.  During the academic year 2004-2005, interested faculty and staff developed and adopted a standard solution for student response systems, using the Turning Technologies solution.  Usage has grown significantly since that time. Since we set the standard, 45 different faculty and 7631 UMD students have used the technology in 125 classes.

 

 

Fall 2005

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Faculty

5

14

22

Classes

9

27

36

New Students

1164

1841

2202

Total Students

1164

2375

3161

 

The ITSS Classroom Team provides technical support for student response systems.  They track the usage as part of their regular process measures.  See http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/classroom/srs.html.

 

 

Faculty Technology Tools

The ITSS Faculty Technology Team supports a variety of technology tools for faculty (FacultETools), including web tools, grade management tools, course management systems (both WebCT and Moodle), online testing, online discussion, instant messaging, podcasting, WIKIs, blogs, and many more.  Many students make extensive use of these tools as assigned by faculty members in their courses.  See http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/facstaff/. The ITSS Faculty Technology Team tracks usage of these tools as part of their regular process measures.

 

 

Network Services

ITSS provides the following network services to all UMD students.

 

 

The ITSS Systems Team provides support for these services and tracks their usage as part of their regular process measures.

 

 

Desktop Support

ITSS provides the following desktop and laptop support services to all UMD students.

 

 

These services are supported by the ITSS Desktop Team and Student Computing Team, which track their usage as part of their regular process measures.

 

Other Technology Services

ITSS provides the following additional technology services to all UMD students.

 

AV Equipment Check-out Services

http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/classroom/checkout/

Studenttech.announce listserv

http://www.d.umn.edu/umdnews/email_lists.html

Emergency Text Message Alerts

Coming Fall 2007

Software

http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/software/#student

 

These services are supported by several ITSS teams, which track their usage as part of their regular process measures.

 

 

B.     Library  (http://www.d.umn.edu/lib/)

 

Facts about the collections, information resources, building, use, and staff.

 

 Selected Library Statistics – Fiscal Year 2007

 

Collections

 

 

Counts

Books

368,904

 

Bound periodicals

220,693

 

Maps

831

 

Audio materials

10,237

 

Visual materials

7,959

 

Microfilm

21,969

 

Microfiche

786,800

 

E-books

30,886

 

Subtotal:

1,448,279

 

 

 

 

Current microfilm serial subscriptions

16

 

Current print serial subscriptions

1,411

 

Current e-serials

26,272

 

Subtotal:

27,699

 

 

 

Expenditure

Books and other one-time purchase

$237,559.76

 

Audiovisual materials

$22,627.03

 

Print serials

$318,232.55

 

Standing orders

$26,229.22

 

e-Books

$43,450.00

 

e-Serials

$799,055.96

 

e-Backfiles

$14,200.00

 

Subtotal:

$1,461,354.52

 

 

 

Circulation

 

 

Loans

UMD patrons

86,941
Faculty:  14,586
Graduate:   6,372
Undergrad: 58,916
Honors:      606
Staff:   6,461

 

Non-UMD patrons

5,070

Reserves

 

5,656

In-House usage

 

11,684

 

Subtotal:

109,351

 

 

 

Gate count

 

563,651

Group study room usage

 

19,515

 

 

 

Inter-Library Loan

 

 

Borrowing

 

4,052

Lending

 

3,095

 

 

 

E-Resources Usage

January-August 2007

 

 

COUNTER compatible

60,735

 

Non-COUNTER compatible

99,937

 

Subtotal:

160,672

 

 

Facts about the Library Building

Opened September 1, 2000

Cost = $25.8 million

New Library + Library Annex provide 167,570 gross square feet of space

 

Building Highlights Opening Day

  • 1 seminar classroom
  • 1 electronic classroom with interactive television capability
  • 2 library electronic instruction classrooms
  • 2 full-access computer labs
  • 3 adaptive technology rooms
  • 15 new group study rooms with network connections, as well as 8 refurbished group study rooms in the Library Annex
  • Seating for 530 students at reading tables, for 548 at carrels, for 129 at lounge seats, and for 154 more in classrooms—a total of 1,361 individual user seats compared to 772 seats in the old library building

 

Building Highlights Today

  • 1 seminar classroom
  • 1 electronic classroom with interactive television capability
  • 2 library electronic instruction classrooms
  • 2 full-access computer labs
  • 3 adaptive technology rooms + Video Relay Service user station
  • 15 original group study rooms + 3 additional group study rooms added in 2006, all with network connections, as well as 8 group study rooms in the Library Annex
  • Wireless network access throughout the Library and the Library Annex

 

Other Interesting Facts

The number of visitors to the UMD Library nearly doubled the first year.  Gate counts rose from 319,018 in 1999-2000 to 621,970 in 2000-2001.

 

Additional Library Information and Data

Additional Data about the UMD Library

Staff

The UMD Library staff is composed of

                        Administrative staff     5

                        Professional staff         8

TOTAL   P & A staff             13

Civil Service Staff

Library Managers                    2

Library Professionals               2

Info Tech Profs                       3.75

TOTAL CS Staff                    7.75

Bargaining Unit staff

            Clerical staff                           1.75

            Technical staff                        12.75

TOTAL BU staff                                14.50

TOTAL Library staff                          35.25

 

Student assistants ( approx. FTE)       13.00

Registered Community Users

            Area Faculty                           28

Area College Students                        141

Area Residents                                   503

Summer Senior Residents                   835

 

Hours

The Library building is open 100 hours a week during atypical full-service week.

The Library building is open an additional 10-14 hours during finals weeks.

The Circulation Desk is staffed all hours the building is open.

The Reference Desk is staffed 76 hours a week during a typical full-service week.

 

Reference & Library Instruction (figures from FY2006)

 

Number of desk/phone reference transaction:            9,398

Number of virtual reference transactions                    1,013

Total number of orientation sessions                          12

Total number of general instruction sessions              135/3250 students

Total number of course specific instruction sessions  142/3250 students

                                                                                           

Visits to UMD Library web pages in 2006:                227,223

Average number of views per day in 2006                 31,954

 

 7. Financial Data

 

 

FY 2007

FY 2006

A. Actual Unrestricted Revenues

 

 

        Tuition and Fees

$         90,54,985

$        82,591,283

        State/Local Appropriations

45,538,522

37,635,325

        Denominational Income

N/A

N/A

        Investment and Annuity Income

11,615

--

        Contributions

11,500

5,000

        Auxiliary

33,226,775

31,294,762

        Other

8,907,973

10,864,608

                  TOTAL

$ 178,201,370

$ 162,390,978

 

 

 

B. Actual Unrestricted Expenses

 

 

        Instructional Departmental/Library

$        74,272,376

$       71,634,720

        Student Services

7,912,801

7,799,216

        Operation and Maintenance of Plant

17,020,657

19,090,453

        Administration

27,640,318

21,154,790

        Fundraising

N/A

N/A

        Auxiliary

36,668,907

34,941,968

        Other

6,506,528

6,415,253

                  TOTAL

$ 170,021,587

$ 161,036,400


 

 

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