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FACT BOOK Produced by: The Office of Institutional Research & Planning Support 1030 North Mountain The University of Arizona P.O. Box Tucson, AZ Phone: (520) Fax: (520)
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FACT BOOK Produced by: The Office of Institutional Research & Planning Support 1030 North Mountain The University of Arizona P.O. Box Tucson, AZ Phone: (520) Fax: (520) Contact Information for The University of Arizona: Web Site: General Information/University Operator (520) Admissions Graduate (520) Law (520) Medical (520) Undergraduate (520) Mailing Address: Admissions Office The University of Arizona P.O. Box Tucson, AZ Design by: Roma Krebs, AHSC Biomedical Communications Compiled by: Aeyn Edwards, Office of Institutional Research & Planning Support Front Cover and Photo Credit: Connie Callahan, Office of Institutional Research & Planning Support 2009 Arizona Board of Regents on behalf of The University of Arizona. All rights reserved. The UA is an EEO/AA - M/W/D/V Employer. TABLE OF CONTENTS AT A GLANCE QUICK REFERENCE... 1 The University of Arizona: History and Presidents... 2 PEER INSTITUTIONS UA Peers and PAC 10 Members... 3 Association of American Universities (AAU)... 4 STUDENTS ENROLLMENT INFORMATION Headcount Enrollment Student Full-Time Equivalent (FTE)... 7 UA South Headcount and FTE Enrollment... 8 College of Medicine Entering Students... 9 Honors Students International Students Undergraduate Applications, Admissions and Matriculations Graduate Applications, Admissions and Matriculations...16 DEMOGRAPHICS Students by Ethnicity and Gender...17 UA South Students by Ethnicity and Gender...18 Students by State of Origin...19 Profile of New Freshmen: High School GPA...20 Profile of New Freshmen: SAT Combined Scores...21 New Freshmen by County of High School...22 New Transfers from Arizona Community Colleges by County...23 Residency Status...24 COSTS AND FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Annual Standard Student Budgets...25 Annual Undergraduate Student Costs, Historical Trend...26 Tuition and Fees at Public AAU Institutions...27 ACADEMIC INFORMATION Academic Programs Degrees Awarded by College/Unit and Degree Level...33 Degrees Awarded, 10-Year Trend...34 TABLE OF CONTENTS Degrees Awarded by Ethnicity and Gender...35 Degrees Awarded to Minority Students, 20-Year Trend Faculty Workload Student Credit Hours...38 EMPLOYEES Employees Instructional Faculty and Graduate Assistants and Associates (Teaching)...41 Employees by Ethnicity...42 Employees by Ethnicity Trend...43 Percentage Increases in Salary...44 FACILITIES Campus Buildings in Square Feet...45 Land Areas Maintained in Acres...46 Parking Spaces...47 Property Values...48 FINANCES BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS The University of Arizona All Funds Budget...49 Operating Appropriations to Arizona Universities GIFTS AND GRANTS Gifts and Grants by Program Research and Development Expenditures...54 AT A GLANCE QUICK REFERENCE...1 THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA HISTORY AND PRESIDENTS...2 PEER INSTITUTIONS UA Peers and PAC 10 Members...3 Association of American Universities (AAU)...4 This page intentionally left blank. QUICK REFERENCE Fall 2008 Students Headcount Undergraduate...29,719 Graduate...6,962 First Professional Medicine Total...38,057 Full Time Equivalent...35,743 Student Credit Hours...471,334 Employees Headcount Men...7,082 Women...7,581 Total...14,663 Full Time Equivalent... 11,842 Total Payroll ( )...$780,655,383 Degree Fields Bachelors Masters Doctoral...95 Specialist...5 First Professional...3 Total Facilities Buildings Main Campus Medicine...25 Acres Research Gifts and Grants ( ).. $496,974,385 Expenditures ( )...$531,753,000 For , the National Science Foundation (NSF) has ranked The University of Arizona 23 rd among all universities, and 15 th among public universities, for research and development expenditures. Colleges Agriculture & Life Sciences Architecture & Landscape Architecture Education Eller College of Management Engineering Fine Arts Humanities Medicine Nursing Optical Sciences Pharmacy Rogers College of Law Science Social & Behavioral Sciences Zuckerman College of Public Health Graduate College Honors College Outreach College UA South Schools Architecture Art Dance Family & Consumer Sciences Information Resources & Library Science Journalism Landscape Architecture Media Arts Music Natural Resources Public Administration & Policy Theatre Arts Sources: Office of Institutional Research & Planning Support The University of Arizona History Located in Tucson, The University of Arizona is one of the leading public research universities in the United States. Founded in 1885 as the state s land-grant university nearly three decades before Arizona became a state the thirteenth territorial legislature approved $25,000 for building The University of Arizona. The first classes convened in 1891, when 32 students and six teachers met in the original building now known as Old Main, on 40 acres of land. The University developed in accordance with the Act of Congress of July 2, 1862, known as the Morrill Act. This legislation created the land-grant colleges and enabled the institution to obtain federal funds for its original schools of agriculture and mines. The 40-acre campus of the 1890s has grown to 388 acres and 185 buildings. Its purpose remains, in the language of the original law, to provide the inhabitants of this state with the means of acquiring a thorough knowledge of the various branches of literature, science, and the arts, and, insofar as possible, to provide a technical education adapted to the development of the resources specific to Arizona. The University is maintained by funds appropriated by the State of Arizona and the United States government, by fees, and by gifts and grants from many sources. For a more detailed history, please visit: Presidents Frank Arthur Gulley Dean of the School of Agriculture and director of the Agriculture Experiment Station Theodore B. Comstock 1st president Howard Billman 2nd president Millard Mayhew Parker 3rd president Frank Yale Adams 4th president Kendrick Charles Babcock 5th president Andrew Ellicott Douglass Acting president Arthur Herbert Wilde 6th president Rufus Bernard von Kleinsmid 7th president 1922 Francis Cummins Lockwood Acting president Cloyd Heck Marvin 8th president Byron Cummings 9th president Homer LeRoy Shantz 10th president Paul Steere Burgess 11th president Alfred Atkinson 12th president James Byron McCormick 13th president Richard Anderson Harvill 14th president John Paul Schaefer 15th president Henry Koffler 16th president Manuel Trinidad Pacheco 17th president 1997 Paul Sypherd Acting president Peter Likins 18th president Robert N. Shelton 19th president UA Peers and PAC 10 Members Official ABOR Institution State City UA Peer AAU Med school PAC 10 Land-Grant The University of Arizona Arizona Tucson X X X X Arizona State University Arizona Tempe X University of California, Berkeley California Berkeley X X X University of California, Davis California Davis X X X X University of California, Los Angeles California Los Angeles X X X X Stanford University California Palo Alto X X University of Southern California California Los Angeles X X University of Florida Florida Gainesville X X X University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Illinois Urbana X X X X University of Iowa Iowa Iowa City X X University of Maryland, College Park Maryland College Park X X X Michigan State University Michigan East Lansing X X X University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Minnesota Minneapolis X X X University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill North Carolina Chapel Hill X X Ohio State University Ohio Columbus X X X X University of Oregon Oregon Eugene X X Oregon State University Oregon Corvalis X X Pennsylvania State University Pennsylvania State College X X X X University of Texas at Austin Texas Austin X X Texas A & M University Texas College Station X X University of Washington Washington Seattle X X X X Washington State University Washington Pullman X X University of Wisconsin, Madison Wisconsin Madison X X X Notes: The Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) Peers are as of March The AAU is The Associaton of American Universities. Association of American Universities (AAU) Members Public - 36 Institutions The University of Arizona University of California, Berkeley University of California, Davis University of California, Irvine University of California, Los Angeles University of California, San Diego University of California, Santa Barbara University of Colorado, Boulder University of Florida University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Indiana University University of Iowa Iowa State University University of Kansas University of Maryland, College Park McGill University University of Michigan Michigan State University University of Minnesota, Twin Cities University of Missouri, Columbia University of Nebraska, Lincoln University at Buffalo, SUNY Stony Brook University, SUNY University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Ohio State University University of Oregon Pennsylvania State University University of Pittsburgh Purdue University Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Texas A & M University University of Texas at Austin University of Toronto University of Virginia University of Washington University of Wisconsin, Madison Private - 26 Institutions Brandeis University Brown University California Institute of Technology Carnegie-Mellon University Case Western Reserve University University of Chicago Columbia University Cornell University Duke University Emory University Harvard University Johns Hopkins University Massachusetts Institute of Technology New York University Northwestern University University of Pennsylvania Princeton University Rice University University of Rochester University of Southern California Stanford University Syracuse University Tulane University Vanderbilt University Washington University in St. Louis Yale University Total Members - 62 Institutions All institutions are also members of the AAU Data Exchange (AAUDE). For more information, visit: STUDENTS ENROLLMENT INFORMATION Headcount Enrollment Student Full-Time Equivalent (FTE)... 7 UA South Headcount and FTE Enrollment... 8 College of Medicine Entering Students... 9 Honors Students International Students Undergraduate Applications, Admissions and Matriculations Graduate Applications, Admissions and Matriculations...16 DEMOGRAPHICS Students by Ethnicity and Gender...17 UA South Students by Ethnicity and Gender...18 Students by State of Origin...19 Profile of New Freshmen: High School GPA and SAT...20 Profile of New Freshmen: SAT Combined Scores...21 New Freshmen by County of High School...22 New Transfers from Arizona Community Colleges by County...23 Residency Status...24 COSTS AND FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Annual Undergraduate Standard Student Budgets...25 Annual Undergraduate Student Costs, Historical Trend...26 Tuition and Fees at Public AAU Institutions...27 This page intentionally left blank. Headcount Enrollment Academic Year 1999 to 2008 First Fall Undergraduate Graduate Professional a Medicine b Total % Change ,258 6, , ,404 6, , ,532 7, , ,278 7, , ,482 7, , ,368 7, , ,462 7, , ,442 7, , ,070 6, , ,719 6, , a Includes Law and Pharm D students b MD students only 40,000 35,000 30,000 8,068 8,084 8,215 8,569 8,601 8,564 8,574 8,363 8,147 8,338 25,000 20,000 15,000 26,258 26,404 27,532 28,278 28,482 28,368 28,462 28,442 29,070 29,719 10,000 5, Fall Semesters U ndergraduate G raduate* * Combines totals of Graduate and First Professional students, including Medicine Source: IPEDS Opening Fall Enrollments Headcount Enrollment By College, Fall 2008 Undergraduates Graduates* Total Agriculture & Life Sciences 2, ,961 Architecture & Landscape Architecture Education 1, ,917 Eller College of Management 5, ,225 Engineering 2, ,053 Fine Arts 1, ,850 Humanities 1, ,000 Medicine 1, ,003 Nursing Optical Sciences Pharmacy Research & Graduate 1,118 1,118 Rogers College of Law Science 3, ,124 Social & Behavioral Sciences 6,410 1,067 7,477 University College 4,186 4,186 University of Arizona South Zuckerman College of Public Health (Students may be enrolled in more than one College.) * Combines totals of Graduate and First Professional students, including Medicine Student -- Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) By Level of Instruction - Academic Year 1999 to 2008 Lower Upper Medical University Fall Division Division Graduate Students Total* % Change ,690 11,438 5, , ,696 11,396 5, , ,721 11,550 6, , ,737 11,916 6, , ,013 12,302 6, , ,824 12,759 6, , ,926 12,461 6, , ,914 12,465 6, , ,273 12,588 6, , ,618 12,986 6, , FTE = (LD SCH/15) + (UD SCH/12) + (GR SCH/10) * Numbers do not always total due to rounding. 40,000 35,000 30,000 5,883 5,889 6,189 6,436 6,492 6,435 6,850 6,644 6,406 6,592 25,000 20,000 11,438 11,396 11,550 11,916 12,302 12,759 12,461 12,465 12,588 12,986 15,000 10,000 5,000 13,690 13,696 14,721 14,737 15,013 14,824 14,926 14,914 15,273 15,618 0 Fall Low er D ivision U pper D ivision G raduate M edical UA South Enrollment - Headcount and FTE Academic Years 2004 to 2008 Headcount Fall Undergraduate Graduate Total Fall Undergraduate Graduate Total FTE Total Headcount and FTE Fall H eadcount FTE College of Medicine Entering MD Students - Fall Mean GPA Mean GPA Academic Year Applicants Considered Selected Matriculated Considered Selected , , , Demography of Matriculated Students (%) Academic Year Arizona WICHE Men Women Minority Note: The College of Medicine does not accept nonresident students. A few students from WICHE states attend under special arrangement. Source: College of Medicine Admissions Office Honors Students Fall Honors Freshman Class Number of Honors New Freshmen: 697 Percentage of Total Entering Freshman Class: 10.4% Mean SAT Score: 1311 Mean ACT Score: 29.0 Mean High School GPA: 3.87 Number of National Merit Scholars: Honors Student Body Number of Honors Students: 3,771 Percentage of Total Undergraduate Student Body: 12.7% Percentage of Female Honors Students: 59.0% Percentage of Minority Honors Students: 26.5% Percentage of Arizona Resident Honors Students: 81.7% Number of National Merit Scholars: 311 Number of Honors Students in Each College Science 752 Social and Behavioral Sciences 612 Engineering 523 Eller College of Management 449 Health Professions 288 University College 288 Humanities 206 Agriculture 197 Fine Arts 190 Education 81 Nursing 74 Architecture & Landscape Architecture 40 Family & consumer Sciences 39 UA South 16 Zuckerman College of Public Health 15 Honors Courses (by semester) Fall 2007 Spring 2008 Courses 272 Courses 267 Sections 637 Sections 604 Enrollment 3,895 Enrollment 2, Source: The Honors College Honors Students Number of Students - Fall ,400 4,200 4,138 4,228 4,000 4,051 4,015 4,096 4,019 4,094 3,800 3,833 3,873 3,771 3,600 3,400 3,200 3,000 Fall Recent Graduates With Honors (by year) Number of Honors Students (by year) , , , , , , , , , ,771 11 International Students Fall Enrollment and College Breakout Under- Countries Fall graduates Graduates Men Women Total CESL* Represented ,115 1,319 1, , ,155 1,480 1, , ,233 1,718 1,902 1,049 2, ,197 1,814 1,909 1,102 3, ,125 1,776 1,790 1,111 2, ,682 1,580 1,013 2, ,612 1,440 1,006 2, ,513 1, , ,456 1, , ,416 1, , *Center for English as a Second Language students are not enrolled for academic credit. Undergraduates Graduates* Total Agriculture & Life Sciences Architecture & Landscape Architecture Education Eller College of Management Engineering Fine Arts Humanities Medicine Nursing Optical Sciences Pharmacy Research & Graduate Rogers College of Law Science Social & Behavioral Sciences University College Zuckerman College of Public Health (Students may be enrolled in more than one College.) * Combines totals of Graduate and First Professional students. 12 Source: Center for English as a Second Language International Students in Academic Programs Fall 2008 Distribution by Country 117 Total Countries Afghanistan 2 El Salvador 2 Kuwait 44 Slovenia 1 Albania 1 Fiji 1 Lebanon 10 South Africa 5 Algeria 1 Finland 6 Lesotho 1 Spain 17 Andorra 1 France 32 Macau 3 Sri Lanka 16 Argentina 10 Gambia 1 Malaysia 19 Sudan 1 Armenia 2 Georgia 2 Mali 2 Sweden 4 Australia 18 Germany 67 Mauritania 2 Switzerland 10 Austria 4 Ghana 9 Mauritius 2 Syria 1 Bahrain 3 Greece 8 Mexico 200 Taiwan 84 Bangladesh 10 Guatemala 1 Moldova 1 Tanzania 1 Belarus 2 Haiti 3 Mongolia 2 Thailand 15 Belgium 2 Honduras 1 Morocco 1 Togo 1 Bolivia 2 Hong Kong 14 Nepal 11 Trinidad & Tobago 2 Brazil 26 Hungary 1 Netherlands 3 Tunisia 1 Bulgaria 6 Iceland 2 New Zealand 6 Turkey 49 Burundi 3 India 290 Nigeria 7 Turkmenistan 3 Cameroon 5 Indonesia 15 Norway 8 Uganda 3 Canada 75 Iran 18 Oman 3 Ukraine 7 Chad 1 Iraq 4 Pakistan 11 United Arab Emirates 15 Chile 14 Ireland 3 Palestine 3 United Kingdom 33 China 457 Israel 5 Panama 2 Uruguay 4 Colombia 27 Italy 15 Peru 10 Uzbekistan 1 Congo, Democratic Republic 2 Ivory Coast 1 Philipines 9 Venezuela 8 Costa Rica 4 Jamaica 1 Poland 6 Vietnam 24 Croatia 4 Japan 74 Qatar 12 Yemen 2 Cyprus 4 Jordan 21 Russia 14 Zambia 6 Czech Republic 3 Kazakhstan 26 Saudi Arabia 60 Zimbabwe 1 Denmark 10 Kenya 9 Senegal 3 Ecuador 9 Korea, Demoractic People s 1 Singapore 8 Not Specified 2 Egypt 6 Korea, Republic of 222 Slovakia 2 Note: Palestine includes any students listing The Gaza Strip as their country of origin. 2,351 Total Students 13 Undergraduate Applications, Admissions and Matriculations Fall Fall Resident Nonresident Freshmen Transfers Total 1999 Applications 10,598 11,287 17,700 4,185 21,885 Admissions 9,080 8,922 14,868 3,134 18,002 Matriculations 4,624 2,614 5,098 2,140 7, Applications 10,851 11,782 18,729 3,904 22,633 Admissions 9,414 9,247 15,816 2,845 18,661 Matriculations 4,845 2,606 5,526 1,925 7, Applications 11,366 12,467 19,735 4,098 23,833 Admissions 9,799 9,776 16,621 2,954 19,575 Matriculations 5,189 2,846 5,949 2,086 8, Applications 11,991 12,035 19,982 4,044 24,026 Admissions 10,455 9,654 17,075 3,034 20,109 Matriculations 5,218 2,549 5,808 1,959 7, Applications 12,735 12,239 21,185 3,789 24,974 Admissions 11,157 9,646 18,021 2,782 20,803 Matriculations 5,365 2,438 5,958 1,845 7, Applications 12,845 11,175 20,316 3,704 24,020 Admissions 11,095 8,939 17,304 2,730 20,034 Matriculations 5,312 2,341 5,725 1,928 7, Applications 10,469 10,929 17,903 3,495 21,398 Admissions 9,459 8,954 15,700 2,713 18,413 Matriculations 5,314 2,667 5,974 2,007 7, Applications 9,464 11,324 16,609 4,179 20,788 Admissions 8,527 8,536 14,293 2,770 17,063 Matriculations 5,204 2,767 6,009 1,962 7, Applications 10,887 14,562 21,199 4,250 25,449 Admissions 9,397 10,306 16,853 2,850 19,703 Matriculations 5,559 2,923 6,569 1,913 8, Applications 10,943 16,074 22,544 4,473 27,017 Admissions 9,476 11,545 18,158 2,863 21,021 Matriculations 5,490 3,122 6,709 1,903 8, Source: Office of Enrollment Research; Office of Institutional Research & Planning Support Undergraduate Applications, Admissions and Matriculations Fall ,000 Resident & Non-Resident 16,000 16,074 14,000 12,000 10,000 10,943 9,476 11,545 8,000 6,000 5,490 4,000 3,122 2, ,000 A pplication s A dm ission s M atricu lation s R esident N on-r esident Freshman & Transfers 22,544 20,000 18,158 15,000 10,000 6,709 5,000 4,473 2,863 1,903 0 A pplication s A dm ission s M atricu lation s Freshm an Transfers 15 Graduate Applications, Admissions and Matriculations Fall Fall Resident Nonresident Total 1999 Applications 1,589 6,254 7,843 Admissions 1,279 2,364 3,643 Matriculations 1,142 1,225 2, Applications 1,494 6,042 7,537 Admissions 1,253 2,305 3,217 Matriculations 1,103 1,203 2, Applications 1,633 6,704 8,337 Admissions 1,362 2,595 3,957 Matriculations 1,206 1,292 2, Applications 1,777 7,867 9,644 Admissions 1,530 2,543 4,073 Matriculations 1,324 1,290 2, Applications 1,550 6,011 7,561 Admissions 1,277 2,194 3,471 Matriculations 1,116 1,302 2, Applications 1,793 5,041 6,834 Admissions 1,369 1,822 3,191 Matriculations 1,286 1,095 2, Applications 1,723 5,174 6,897 Admissions 1,288 1,929 3,217 Matriculations 925 1,344 2, Applications 1,083 6,086 7,169 Admissions 900 2,188 3,088 Matriculations 834 1,321 2, Applications 1,180 7,812 8,992 Admissions 885 2,268 3,153 M
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