Factbook for Fall 2008

Factbook for Fall 2008 Academic Affairs Division Lynold K. McGhee Assistant Provost for Research and Planning Table of Contents Section 1 – Overvie...
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Factbook for Fall 2008 Academic Affairs Division

Lynold K. McGhee Assistant Provost for Research and Planning

Table of Contents Section 1 – Overview Overview and Introduction of University Administration Officers Affirmative Action Policy Fee Schedule Profile: Enrollment, Admission, Ethnicity, Gender and Age Degree Programs Offered Most Popular Majors Degrees Awarded - 2006-2007 Enrollment Credit Hours and Full-time Equivalent (FTE) Employee Statistics Physical Facilities Operating Budget Rohrbach Library Housing Information Accreditations and Approvals Official Fall Freeze Dates

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Section 2 – Admissions Trends First-time Full-time Degree Seeking Freshmen by College First-time Full-time Degree Seeking Freshmen by Ethnicity First-time Degree Seeking Transfers by Ethnicity First-time (Freshmen and Transfer) Applicants by College and Major Profile of Enrolled First-time, Full-time Degree Seeking Freshmen (SAT’s)

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Section 3 – Enrollment Trends Fall Enrollment: Credit Hours and FTE Spring Enrollment: Credit Hours and FTE Fall Undergraduate Enrollment by Status Spring Undergraduate Enrollment by Status Fall Enrollment by Class Spring Enrollment by Class Fall Enrollment by College and Major Fall Enrollment by Ethnicity: Females Fall Enrollment by Ethnicity: Males Fall Enrollment by Ethnicity: All Students Fall Undergraduate Enrollment by Gender and Age Fall Graduate and Instructional Certification Enrollment by Gender and Age Fall Enrollment: Mean and Median Age Fall Undergraduate Enrollment by County Fall Undergraduate Enrollment by State Fall Undergraduate Enrollment by Country Fall Graduate and Instructional Certification Enrollment by County Fall Graduate and Instructional Certification Enrollment by State Fall Graduate and Instructional Certification Enrollment by Country

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Section 4 – Degrees Awarded Trends Degrees Awarded by College and Major Graduated Students by Ethnicity: Females Graduated Students by Ethnicity: Males Graduated Students by Ethnicity: All Students

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Section 5 – Staff Statistics for Fall 2008 FTE of Active Staff by EEO Code within Division/Department Staff Ethnicity Within Division/Department Staff by Gender and Ethnicity Within EEO6 Code Staff by Gender and Highest Degree Within EEO6 Code Faculty by Gender and Tenure Track Within Rank Faculty by Gender and Tenure Track Within Highest Degree Faculty by Gender and Ethnicity Within Tenure Track

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Section 6 – Financial Information Trends Revenue and Expenditures

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Kutztown University of Pennsylvania Vision Kutztown University will serve the Commonwealth as a dynamic, technologically advanced, collaborative, learning-centered public university. Kutztown University will be accessible to Pennsylvanians and others, sensitive to the need for diverse backgrounds in its faculty, staff, students, and community, accountable to its many constituencies, and actively engaged in the continuous improvement of its programs and services. Above all, Kutztown University will prepare graduates to succeed in a global economy, to contribute to the economic and social well being of the state and nation, to assume active roles in their communities and to lead productive and meaningful lives.

University History Kutztown University of Pennsylvania began as Keystone State Normal School on September 7, 1866. Since then the school has changed names with its changing responsibilities. On May 29, 1928 the name changed to Kutztown State Teachers College to celebrate its status as a leading trainer of teachers, and in January of 1960 when its curriculum was updated to include wider liberal arts programs, its name was changed to Kutztown State College. On July 1, 1983 the State System of Higher Education was formed and along with the thirteen other state colleges, the school's name changed to Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.

Location The borough of Kutztown is located in Berks County in southeastern Pennsylvania. Kutztown is midway between Reading and Allentown. The town is approximately 2 hours from New York City, 1.5 hours from Philadelphia and Harrisburg, and 3 hours from Baltimore/ Washington DC.

Kutztown University of Pennsylvania --- Officers of Administration Cabinet Dr. F. Javier Cevallos, President Dr. Carlos Vargas-Aburto, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Mr. Gerald L. Silberman, Vice President for Administration and Finance Dr. Prudence S. Precourt, Vice President for University Advancement Dr. Charles J. Woodard, Vice President for Student Services and Campus Life Ms. Barbara M. Taliaferro, Associate Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion Mr. Matthew Santos, Interim Director, University Relations Mr. Jesús A. Peña, Esq., Associate Vice President for Equity and Compliance

Affirmative Action Policy Kutztown University is committed to providing equal education and employment opportunities for all persons without regard to race, ethnicity, gender, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, and veteran status. The University is committed to a policy of affirmative action as an affirmation of the role of higher education in bringing about positive social change, enhancing diversity, and inclusivity.

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Tuition and Fees (Academic Year 2008-09) In-State Full-Time per Academic Year

In-State Part-Time per Credit Hour

Out-of-State Full-Time per Academic Year

Out-of-State Part-Time per Credit Hour

Undergraduate Tuition Health Center Fee Student Union Fee Student Activity Fee Instructional Services Fee Technology Fee First Time Student Activity Fee* Recreation Center Fee Transportation Services Fee

$5,358.00 $196.00 $340.00 $218.00 $535.80 $181.00 $58.00 $230.00 $66.00

$223.00 $8.17 $14.17 $9.08 $22.30 $44.00 / semester $9.58 $2.75

$13,396.00 $196.00 $340.00 $218.00 $535.80 $273.00 $58.00 $230.00 $66.00

$558.00 $8.17 $14.17 $9.08 $55.80 $67.00 / semester $9.58 $2.75

Graduate Tuition Health Center Fee Student Union Fee Instructional Services Fee Technology Fee

$6,430.00 $196.00 $340.00 $643.00 $181.00

$357.00 $14.17 $35.70 $44.00 / semester

$10,288.00 $196.00 $340.00 $643.00 $273.00

$572.00 $14.17 $57.20 $67.00 / semester

Room Rates Range from $1,792.00 to 3,950.00 (per Semester) Board Rate is $1,393.00 (per Semester) for the 19 meal Gold Plan * This charge is for one semester only, after that the student pays the regular activity fee rates. This one-time fee applies only to first-time undergraduates taking 6 or more credits.

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Fall 2008 Admissions & Enrollment Profile First-Time Freshmen Admission - Fall 2008 *Applied: 9501 Full- and Part-time *Accepted: 5815 Full- and Part-time Enrolled : 1823 Full-time Enrolled : 0 Part-time Mean SAT (enrolled):

Verbal: 494

Enrollment - Fall 2008 10393 Total Headcount 8797 Full-time 9411 In-State Residents

Math: 497

Combined: 991

1596 Part-time 892 Out-Of-State

90 Foreign

9404 Undergraduate Headcount 8489 Full-time 915 Part-time 8454 In-State Residents 879 Out-Of-State

71 Foreign

989 Graduate Headcount 308 Full-time 957 In-State Residents

681 Part-time 13 Out-Of-State

Student Body by Ethnicity & Gender - Fall 2008 90 Non-resident Alien 6205 Female 612 African-American 4188 Male 121 Asian/Pacific Islander 414 Hispanic 27 Native American 8981 White 53 Multiracial 95 Unknown Age of Students 8598 Undergraduates age 24 or younger 806 Undergraduates age 25 or older *Source: Admissions Office

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Degree Programs Offered College of Business: Bachelor of Science/Business Administration Accounting, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing.

College of Education: Bachelor of Science/Education Elementary Education, Leisure and Sports Studies, Library Science, Secondary Education, Special Education.

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science Anthropology, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Electronic Media, English, Environmental Science, French, General Studies, Geography, Geology, History, Marine Science, Mathematics, Medical Technology, Nursing, PA German Studies, Philosophy, Physics, Pre-Engineering, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration, Social Work, Sociology, Spanish.

College of Visual and Performing Arts: Bachelor of Fine Arts/Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science Art Education, Communication Design, Crafts, Music, Music Education, Speech Communication, Studio Art, Theatre.

College of Graduate Studies and Extended Learning: Master of Arts: Counseling Psychology, English. Master of Business Administration Master of Education: Art Education, Elementary Education, Elementary School Counseling – Certification, Elementary School Counseling – Licensure, Instructional Technology, Reading, Secondary Education, Secondary School Counseling – Certification, Secondary School Counseling – Licensure, Student Affairs in Higher Education – Administration, Student Affairs in Higher Education – College Counseling Licensure. Master of Library Science Master of Public Administration Master of Science: Computer and Information Science, Electronic Media, Nursing. Master of Social Work KU also offers a number of distinctive programs, such as exchange and study abroad programs with universities and government centers in more than 15 nations, including a unique collaborative agreement with the Kenyatta University of Kenya.

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Ten Most Popular Undergraduate Majors BS BS BSED BFA BSED BS BS BS BA BA Note:

CRIMINAL JUSTICE PSYCHOLOGY/CLINICAL-COUNSELING ELEM ED EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION COMMUNICATION DESIGN SPU/MENTALLY & PHYS. HANDICAPPED PSYCHOLOGY/GENERAL LEISURE AND SPORT STUDY ART EDUCATION SPEECH COMMUNICATION ENGLISH/PROFESSIONAL WRITING Not included are Bus Admin (Core) with 1212 students and Undeclared with 934 students.

355 327 316 292 290 255 226 214 209 206

Ten Most Popular Graduate Majors MED MBA MLS MED MED MED MSW MED MA MPA

READING SPECIALIST BUSINESS ADMIN LIBRARY SCIENCE SECONDARY SCHOOL COUN./LICENSE ART EDUCATION SECONDARY EDUCATION/CURR & INSTR SOCIAL WORK ELEMENTARY EDUCATION COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY/AGENCY COUN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Degrees Awarded 2007 - 2008 Information 1,631 Bachelors 242 Masters 1,873 Total Degrees Awarded

Enrollment Credit Hours - Fall 2008 132,351.50 Undergraduate Credit Hours 131,983.50 Undergraduate Credit Hours 368.00 Lifelong Learning 6,326.00 Graduate Credit Hours 4,908.00 Graduate 1,418.00 Instructional Certification 138,677.50 Total Credit Hours

Enrollment Full-time Equivalent (FTE) - Fall 2008 8,823.43 Undergraduate FTE 8,798.90 Undergraduate FTE 24.53 Extended Learning 527.17 Graduate FTE 409.00 Graduate 118.17 Instructional Certification 9,350.60 Total FTE

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110 65 53 52 47 47 39 35 26 23

KU Employees for Fall 2008 1145 Total Headcount Faculty 538

Total Headcount 102 Professors Associate Professors 113 189 Assistant Professors 134 Instructors 380 158

Tenured/Tenure Track Non-Tenure Track

Administration 252 Total Headcount 40 Executives/Administrative/Managerial 212 Professional/Non-Faculty Staff 355

Total Headcount 147 Secretarial/Clerical 29 Technical/Paraprofessional 39 Skilled Crafts 140 Service/Maintenance

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Physical Facilities The campus is spread across 325 acres and encompasses 68 buildings and structures Campus Buildings and Facilities Descriptions Year Acquired, Code

Building/Facility

Purpose

Constructed or Renovated

Square Footage

AF

Academic Forum

Instruction/Dining

2006

65,969

AC

Admissions

Offices

1850/1998

6,039

DG

Admissions Garage

Facilities Support

1997

980

AU

Auxiliary Barn

Demonstration

1900

1,679

BT

Ballfield Toilets/Storage

Athletics

1991

872

BA

Barn

Demonstration

1870

7,790

BB

Bear Paw Market

Instruction

BC

Beck Hall

Student Housing

1965

55,948

BK

Beekey

Instruction

1971

51,808

BR

Berks Hall

Student Housing

1964

54,685

BH

Boehm Science

Instruction

1962/2004

107,551

BN

Bonner Hall

Student Housing

1973

65,729

BG

Boxwood Garage

Facilities Support

1869

615

BX

Boxwood House

Offices/Apartments

1868

4,412

CC

Corn Crib

Demonstration

1945

1,915

DT

Deatrick Hall

Student Housing

1967

74,078

DF

deFrancesco

Instruction

1968/1998

62,360

DI

Dixon Hall

Student Housing

2008

271,702

EH

Education House

Student Housing

1986

6,469

FH

Farm House

Demonstration

1800

3,871

GG

Garage

Facilities Support

1936

7,577

GC

Graduate Center

Instruction

1915/2000

18,034

GR

Grim-Knedler

Instruction

1968/2004

12,045

HP

Heating Plant

Facilities Support

2007

7,774

RR

Heritage Center Office

Demonstration

1996

739

JW

J B White Multi-Cultural Ctr. Student Service

JH

Johnson Hall

KM

Kemp Special Education

2,116

1909/2002

9,910

Student Housing

1966

72,019

Offices

1959

4,779

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Physical Facilities, continued Campus Buildings and Facilities Descriptions Year Acquired, Code

Building/Facility

Purpose

Constructed or Renovated

Square Footage

KY

Keystone Fieldhouse

Athletics

1989

59,522

KY

Keystone Hall

Athletics

1970

79,037

LH

Lehigh Hall

Student Housing

1964

53,687

LG

Log Cabin 1

Demonstration

432

LG

Log Cabin 2

Demonstration

564

LY

Lytle Hall

Instruction

1976

33,247

MN

Maintenance

Facilities Support

1972

12,504

MN

Maintenance Building

Facilities Support

2002

8,634

NS

McFarland Student Union

Assembly

1968/1993/2001

97,259

WT

North Water Tower

Facilities Support

1987

8,960

PR

Official Residence

Residence

1929/2004

7,460

Old Heating Plant

Off-line

OM

Old Main Cooling Tower

Facilities Support

OM

Old Main, Wing A

Housing/Instruction

1891/1995

41,883

OM

Old Main, Wing B

Housing/Instruction

1894/1995

69,112

OM

Old Main, Wing C

Office/Instruction

1888/1995

29,377

OM

Old Main, Wing D

Office/Instruction

1881/1995

32,767

OM

Old Main, Wing E

Office/Instruction

1902/1995

49,426

OM

Old Main, Wing F

Office/Instruction

1902/1995

20,513

OM

Old Main, Wing I

Office/Student Service

1897/1995

19,945

PL

Pole Barn #1

Facilities Support

1991

5,383

PL

Pole Barn #2

Facilities Support

1993

5,864

PH

Poplar House

Off-Line

1893

4,176

PB

Professional Building

Offices

LC

Rickenbach Learning Center

Instruction

1968

48,796

RS

Risley

Athletics

1908

13,146

RL

Rohrbach Library

Library

RT

Rothermel Hall

SA

Schaeffer Auditorium

10,904 1995

873

10,787

1968/1998

122,669

Student Housing

1961

58,631

Assembly

1938

36,690

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Physical Facilities, continued Campus Buildings and Facilities Descriptions Year Acquired, Code

Building/Facility

Purpose

Constructed or Renovated

Square Footage

SU

School House

Demonstration

1860

1,893

SC

Schuylkill Hall

Student Housing

1964

56,913

SH

Sharadin Art

Instruction/Exhibit

1961/2008

106,967

DN

South Dining Hall

Student Dining

1966/2003

92,507

ST

Stadium Concession Stand

Athletics

1988

536

ST

Stadium Pressbox

Athletics

1988

1,224

TO

Stadium Toilets

Athletics

1988

440

AD

Stratton Administration Ctr.

Offices

RC

Student Recreation Center

SK UP

1929/1977

63,742

Recreation

2006

53,957

Summer Kitchen

Demonstration

1800

800

University Place

Student Housing

1992

114,416

Total Useable Square Footage: Data as of:10/30/2008

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2,415,108

Operating Budget 2008 - 2009 67,243,557 Tuition and fees 42,763,670 State appropriations 7,746,859 Federal grants and contracts 9,658,803 State and local grants and contracts 1,624,495 Private gifts, grants, and contracts 1,552 Endowment income 3,335,977 Activities of educational departments 39,240,524 Auxiliary enterprises 6,754,121 Other sources 178,369,558 Total Revenue

Rohrbach Library Books, serial back files, and other paper materials including government documents Government Documents 555,934 Books, serial back files and government publications 1,324,817 Microforms Current Serial Subscriptions 560 Bound 43,043 On-line journals Electronic databases 94 Number of electronic databases 1,027,632 Searches performed on these databases Services 431,411 People entering the building 74,018 Circulations 263 Classes taught to 6,451 students 15,953 Audiovisual materials Housing Information The University currently has 9 traditional residence halls, 2 suite-style residence halls, honors apartments, and the Golden Bear Village apartments. Approximately 4400 students reside in on-campus buildings. The following halls at the university are accessible to handicapped individuals: Berks, Lehigh, Schuylkill, University Place, Golden Bear Village South and West, and Dixon Hall.

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Accreditations Organizations Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools

Last Review

Next Review

Nov. 2000

Nov. 2008

2008

2018

National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Jan. 2006

Jan. 2013

National Association of Schools of Music (NASM)

Oct. 2005

Oct. 2015

National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD)

Oct. 2005

Oct. 2015

Natonal League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNac)

Jun. 2004

Jun. 2012

Approvals Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) State System of Higher Education

Official Fall Freeze Dates Fall 2003 Freeze File Fall 2004 Freeze File Fall 2005 Freeze File Fall 2006 Freeze File Fall 2007 Freeze File Fall 2008 Freeze File

September 16, 2003 September 20, 2004 September 19, 2005 September 18, 2006 September 17, 2007 September 15, 2008

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Admissions Trends by College First-time Degree Seeking Freshmen (Full-time and Part-time) Fall 2003

Fall 2004

Fall 2005

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

Visual & Performing Arts Applied Accepted Number Enrolled Full-time Number Enrolled Part-time

655 412 205 1

784 435 255 0

782 397 224 1

741 365 200 0

740 351 181 0

748 365 197 0

Liberal Arts & Sciences Applied Accepted Number Enrolled Full-time Number Enrolled Part-time

2203 1582 541 75

2361 1520 591 0

2369 1510 535 1

2608 1575 529 1

2576 1583 522 4

2850 1671 481 0

Applied A li d Accepted Number Enrolled Full-time Number Enrolled Part-time

1873 1252 432 0

1874 1257 447 1

2056 1347 428 1

2298 1539 504 0

2131 1441 477 3

2229 1466 502 0

Applied Accepted Number Enrolled Full-time Number Enrolled Part-time

1074 750 247 0

1246 836 289 1

1424 923 289 0

1382 873 274 0

1539 1023 338 1

1555 999 268 0

Undeclared Applied Accepted Number Enrolled Full-time Number Enrolled Part-time

1468 1075 403 4

1913 1238 467 1

2120 1408 432 1

2030 1318 423 3

2028 1271 371 5

2119 1314 375 0

7273 5071 1828 80

8178 5286 2049 3

8751 5585 1908 4

9059 5670 1930 4

9014 5669 1889 13

9501 5815 1823 0

Education

Business

Total Applied Accepted Number Enrolled Full-time Number Enrolled Part-time

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Admissions Trends by Ethnicity First-time Degree Seeking Freshmen (Full-time and Part-time) Fall 2003

Fall 2004

Fall 2005

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

Applications African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Applications

946 94 322 13 5705 88 105 7273

1452 117 375 20 5968 129 117 8178

1484 136 438 19 6557 18 99 8751

1837 160 441 36 6465 0 120 9059

1767 146 551 30 6358 2 160 9014

1896 138 589 36 6592 74 176 9501

African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Acceptances Enrolled Full-time Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Enrolled Enrolled Part-time Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Enrolled

501 60 197 8 4185 53 67 5071

577 74 217 12 4255 76 75 5286

591 78 240 14 4589 12 61 5585

630 102 242 18 4609 0 69 5670

637 81 289 14 4545 1 102 5669

576 89 266 20 4698 40 126 5815

7 178 16 89 1 1501 17 19 1828

5 196 25 83 7 1692 22 19 2049

9 172 20 91 5 1594 2 15 1908

17 152 22 79 7 1638 0 15 1930

12 158 15 110 7 1571 1 15 1889

13 99 23 76 9 1571 12 20 1823

0 5 0 1 0 67 3 4 80

0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 3

0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 4

0 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 6

0 0 0 0 0 12 0 1 13

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Acceptances

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Admissions Trends by Ethnicity First-time Degree Seeking Transfers Fall 2003

Fall 2004

Fall 2005

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

Applications African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Applications

74 23 52 4 1109 27 19 1308

73 19 70 7 1179 26 16 1390

106 21 69 7 1292 2 13 1510

122 32 84 9 1326 1 21 1595

145 33 99 7 1368 6 23 1681

113 23 113 2 1336 16 36 1639

African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Acceptances Enrolled Full-time Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Enrolled Enrolled Part-time Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Enrolled

40 19 34 4 827 21 13 958

35 13 34 4 772 15 9 882

55 13 33 4 842 2 10 959

61 19 45 5 894 0 16 1040

80 25 52 4 898 5 13 1077

50 18 61 1 928 5 30 1093

4 18 13 14 3 457 10 4 523

4 23 5 15 4 467 10 1 529

10 34 11 13 3 525 2 3 601

10 32 5 26 3 558 0 4 638

3 45 11 29 3 602 2 3 698

3 27 7 37 0 607 2 13 696

1 8 1 4 0 121 5 5 145

0 2 0 4 0 52 1 2 61

0 1 0 3 0 34 0 1 39

0 4 1 3 0 57 0 0 65

0 5 4 5 0 35 0 0 49

1 2 3 2 0 35 0 3 46

Acceptances

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Admissions Trends in Applications by College and Major All First-time Freshmen and Transfer Applicants

Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 167 212 196 170 179 165 254 278 232 280 272 298 14 14 21 12 11 13 151 180 195 147 158 122 76 68 65 57 45 38 35 63 59 44 59 68 71 71 69 74 99 77 77 85 78 86 99 Total 807 935 928 872 869 893

College of Visual and Performing Arts 500701 500402 500201 500702 500901 500901 231001 500501

10100 10600 11105 11610 14600 14605 15300 15610

BS ART ED BFA COMM DESIGN BFA CRAFTS STUDIO ART/CORE BA MUSIC BS MUSIC ED BA SPEECH COMMUNICATION BA THEATRE

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 450201 260101 260101 260101 400501 260202 400501 110103 110103 110103 110103 110103 430104 430104 230101 230101 231101 030104 030104 030104 030104 160901 240102 240102 240102 450701 450701 450701 450701 400601 50125 50125 50125 540101 540101 400607 400607 400607 400607

20400 20710 20711 20712 21300 21301 21302 21602 21610 21611 21620 21621 21800 21801 22405 22410 22450 22649 22650 22653 22656 22800 23000 23100 23030 23300 23320 23330 23350 23501 23702 23703 23704 24000 24005 24321 24322 24323 24324

BA BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BA BA BA BS BS BS BA BS BA BS BA BA BA BA BS BA BA BA BA BA BS BS BS BS

ANTHROPOLOGY BIO/MOLEC/MICRO/CELL BIO/ORGANISMAL/ECOLO BIO/PRE-PROFESSIONAL CHEMISTRY BIOCHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY/BIOCHEMISTRY COMPUTER INFORMATION SCI/CORE CIS/INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CSC/INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CIS/SOFTWARE DEVEL CSC/SOFTWARE DEVEL CRIMINAL JUSTICE CRJ/PARALEGAL STUD ENGLISH ENGLISH/PARALEGAL STUDIES ENGLISH/PROF WRITING ENV SCI/CORE ENV SCI/BIOLOGY ENV SCI/CHEMISTRY ENV SCI/GEOLOGY FRENCH GENERAL STUDIES GENERAL STUDIES GENERAL ST/TECHNICAL ST GEOGRAPHY/GENERAL GEOGRAPHY/ENVIRON GEOGRAPHY/GLOBALIZATION GEOGRAPHY/APPLIED GEOLOGY GERMAN STUDY/COMM & CULTR GERMAN STUDY/INTERDISCP GERMAN STUDY/PA GERMAN CUL HISTORY HISTORY/PARALEGAL ST MAR SCIENCE/BIOLOGY MAR SCIENCE/CHEM MAR SCIENCE/GEOLOGY MAR SCIENCE/PHYSICS

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Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 25 40 20 40 34 34 35 56 50 73 56 91 24 35 47 46 43 48 166 146 127 139 163 151 42 41 51 52 63 70 33 45 49 103 21 35 1 160 87 167 119 138 31 99 128 45 82 64 81 12 51 81 400 490 434 530 528 555 58 76 105 96 92 136 21 49 66 65 74 80 3 11 134 139 147 159 158 153 19 25 40 38 42 50 63 1 4 3 4 7 2 5 12 12 9 18 29 2 8 4 5 9 4 3 9 4 5 17 10 3 2 6 4 6 5 4 2 1 5 3 5 4 3 1 2 1 3 3 3 3 3 5 7 11 8 9 9 3 4 7 1 2 93 94 94 111 122 130 8 8 17 11 10 8 60 61 68 71 64 72 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 5 2 3 2 1 3 1 3

Admissions Trends in Applications by College and Major All First-time Freshmen and Transfer Applicants

College of Liberal Arts and Science -- continued 270101 24600 BS MATHEMATICS 511005 25000 BS MEDICAL TECH 511601 25300 BSN NURSING 380101 25600 BA PHILOSOPHY 380101 25605 BA PHILOSOPHY/RELIG STUDY 400801 25900 BS PHYSICS 400801 25901 PRE-ENGINEERING 451001 26100 BA POLITICAL SCIENCE 451001 26101 BA POL SCI/PARALEGAL ST 420101 26420 BS PSYCHOLOGY/GENERAL 420101 26425 BS PSYCH/CLIN-COUNSELNG 420101 26430 BS PSYCH/INDUSTRL-ORGNZ 420101 26435 BS PSYCH/PARALEGAL ST 440401 26700 BS PUBLIC ADMIN 440401 26701 BS PUB ADM/PARALEGAL ST 090702 27480 ELEC MEDIA/CORE 440701 27705 BSW SOCIAL WORK 451101 28000 BA SOCIOLOGY 451101 28001 BS SOCIOLOGY/PARALEGAL ST 160905 28300 BA SPANISH

Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 26 35 28 53 40 37 31 42 53 82 75 69 203 36 42 45 39 29 7 16 12 15 14 21 1 3 2 12 14 24 27 23 18 67 78 82 87 97 90 79 80 99 97 98 87 24 28 35 31 27 24 249 244 310 285 305 330 201 239 241 285 292 325 8 14 11 18 11 14 22 31 31 32 28 29 2 7 8 10 11 8 3 1 10 7 7 4 222 204 201 187 176 165 108 140 170 129 140 164 51 45 46 62 51 48 7 4 5 12 13 16 19 23 34 14 Total 2778 2877 2966 3252 3261 3473 Fall 2003

College of Education ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 131202 35000 ELU/UNDECIDED 131202 35013 BSED ELU/COACHING ED 131202 35015 BSED ELU/COACHING ED/TRACK2 131209 35016 BSED ELU/EARLY CHILDHOOD 131202 35024 BSED ELU/ENGLISH 131202 35036 BSED ELU/FRENCH 131202 35040 BSED ELU/GERMAN 131202 35047 BSED ELU/INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY 131202 35052 BSED ELU/MATHEMATICS 131202 35062 BSED ELU/PSYCHOLOGY 131202 35064 BSED ELU/READING 131202 35072 BSED ELU/SCIENCE 131202 35076 BSED ELU/SOCIAL STUDIES 131202 35080 BSED ELU/SPANISH 131202 35086 BSED ELU/SPORTS PEDAGOGY 131202 35087 BSED ELU/URBAN EDUCATION Sub-Total LIBRARY SCIENCE 250101 36000 BSED LIBRARY SCIENCE 250101 36001 BSED LIB SCI W/ELU CERT 250101 36003 BSED LIB SCI W/INST TECH Sub-Total OTHER 310101 34030 BS LEISURE AND SPORT ST 250101 34050 BS LIBRARY SCIENCE Sub-Total

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Fall 2004

Fall 2005

211

252 73

255 81

551 35 1

526 43

506 48

7 48 74 40 13 41 19 77 13 1130

7 51 79 46 14 37 10

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

278 63 4 610 52 1

5 54 73 28 20 30 10

264 92 3 658 54 4 2 5 53 66 40 20 37 16

10 51 61 18 20 53 12

259 55 7 616 47 1 1 3 57 80 33 15 34 13

10 1148

13 1123

12 1326

7 1240

11 1232

10 16

10 18

13 16

26

28

29

10 17 4 31

11 15 4 30

13 13 3 29

0

51 6 57

96 11 107

163 9 172

0

0

Admissions Trends in Applications by College and Major All First-time Freshmen and Transfer Applicants

College of Education -- continued Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 SECONDARY EDUCATION 450101 37000 SEU/UNDECIDED 125 142 174 107 96 101 260101 37005 BSED SEU/BIO SCIENCE 27 18 27 35 34 44 400501 37009 BSED SEU/CHEMISTRY 10 9 17 15 14 12 450101 37012 BSED SEU/CIT ED/CIVICS & GOVERNMENT 8 8 9 11 4 7 450101 37010 BSED SEU/CIT ED/GEOGRAPHY 2 1 2 7 2 1 450101 37011 BSED SEU/CIT ED/HISTORY 155 155 154 187 88 70 231001 37013 BSED SEU/COMMUNICATION 59 47 60 74 51 51 400601 37021 BSED SEU/ESS/ASTRONOMY 2 6 5 7 10 2 400601 37025 BSED SEU/ESS/GEOLOGY 4 1 4 1 1 400601 37029 BSED SEU/ESS/MARINE SCIENCE 3 5 2 3 230101 37031 BSED SEU/ENGLISH 126 108 114 149 121 143 160901 37033 BSED SEU/FRENCH 8 2 6 7 5 7 160501 37037 BSED SEU/GERMAN 6 6 7 160905 37045 BSED SEU/SPANISH 28 22 15 18 29 18 300101 37053 BSED SEU/GEN SCIENCE/BIOLOGY 11 12 19 16 23 19 300101 37057 BSED SEU/GEN SCIENCE/CHEMISTRY 3 5 5 5 3 2 300101 37061 BSED SEU/GEN SCIENCE/EARTH-SPACE 6 3 7 7 4 8 300101 37065 BSED SEU/GEN SCIENCE/PHYSICS 1 2 2 2 2 270101 37069 BSED SEU/MATHEMATICS 83 100 110 110 131 122 400801 37071 BSED SEU/PHYSICS AND MATH 9 9 9 15 7 9 400801 37073 BSED SEU/PHYSICS 4 8 3 6 5 5 450101 37085 BSED SEU/SS/GEOGRAPHY 4 1 450101 37089 BSED SEU/SS/HISTORY 1 106 123 450101 37093 BSED SEU/SS/CIVICS & GOV 3 1 450101 37095 BSED SEU/SS/SOCIOLOGY 4 4 450101 37096 BSED SEU/SS/PSYCHOLOGY 9 23 450101 37097 BSED SEU/SOC SCI/ANTHRO 5 3 1 3 2 2 450101 37098 BSED SEU/SOC SCI/PSYCH 18 18 25 26 14 21 450101 37099 BSED SEU/SOC SCI/SOCIOL 10 5 21 18 11 13 Sub-Total 702 691 788 836 789 822 SPECIAL EDUCATION 131009 38011 BSED SPU/VISUAL IMPAIRMENT 17 20 15 16 18 20 131001 38020 BSED SPU/MENTALLY & PHYSICALLY HAND 227 207 234 213 204 205 131012 38030 BSED SPU/SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOL 49 51 79 70 Sub-Total 293 278 328 299 222 225 Education Total 2151 2145 2268 2549 2388 2480 Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 1304 1471 1719 1692 1868 1874 Total 1304 1471 1719 1692 1868 1874

College of Business 520201

41099 BUS ADMIN/CORE

Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 1699 2140 2380 2289 2309 2419 Total 1699 2140 2380 2289 2309 2419

Undeclared/Other 999999

90000 UNDECLARED/OTHER

Grand Total Source: Kutztown University Fall Freeze File

21

8739

9568 10261 10654 10695

11139

Admissions Profile of Enrolled First-time, Full-time Degree Seeking Freshmen* Verbal SAT

Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008

700-800 650-699 600-649 550-599 500-549 450-499 400-449 350-399 300-349 Below 300

Total Mean Math SAT

18 49 138 286 506 631 334 77 14 0

14 47 131 276 531 564 274 71 8 0

14 47 115 251 457 578 378 76 5 0

14 30 101 223 439 556 387 108 6 3

7 36 103 221 429 530 360 85 7 1

1175

2053

1916

1921

1867

1779

503

500

503

496

491

493

Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008

700-800 650-699 600-649 550-599 500-549 450-499 400-449 350-399 300-349 Below 300

Total Mean Combined SAT

9 30 85 172 296 345 176 55 5 2

7 23 92 183 262 334 201 52 18 3

12 46 147 300 505 594 337 91 19 2

8 42 115 276 515 532 324 88 15 1

13 41 111 290 450 516 375 117 8 0

7 44 106 242 439 539 373 106 9 2

8 32 98 289 445 509 305 84 8 1

1175

2053

1916

1921

1867

1779

498

499

498

495

493

497

Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008

1400-1600 1300-1399 1200-1299 1100-1199 1000-1099 900- 999 800- 899 700- 799 600- 699 Below 600

Total Mean

0

5

5

5

2

0

18 74 178 289 406 159 46 3 2

27 110 274 587 675 304 70 1 0

22 96 262 557 660 252 62 0 0

20 104 238 487 644 366 57 0 0

16 81 232 458 607 404 65 1 1

16 85 213 478 630 319 34 4 0

1175

2053

1916

1921

1867

1779

1001

999

1002

991

983

991

*Students submitting SAT scores

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Trends in Fall Enrollment Credit Hours and FTE Fall 2003 Undergraduate Credit Hours Full-Time Part-Time

Fall 2004

Fall 2005

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

108900.0 4597.5 Total 113497.5

114510.5 4666.0 119176.5

118764.0 4755.5 123519.5

122677.5 5054.0 127731.5

125127.5 5023.0 130150.5

127376.5 4975.0 132351.5

Average Undergraduate Credit Hours Full-Time 15.0 Part-Time 5.6

14.9 5.5

14.9 5.6

14.8 5.5

14.9 5.4

15.0 5.4

1463.0 253.0 1716.0

1256.0 181.0 1437.0

1306.0 270.0 1576.0

1346.0 233.0 1579.0

1146.0 272.0 1418.0

14.1 4.5

13.8 4.5

13.4 4.3

13.6 4.7

13.6 4.6

13.3 4.5

1696.0 2519.0 4215.0

2166.0 2656.0 4822.0

2310.0 2803.0 5113.0

2243.0 2561.0 4804.0

2251.0 2462.0 4713.0

2502.0 2406.0 4908.0

10.6 3.9

11.1 3.8

11.2 3.9

11.2 3.9

11.0 3.9

11.3 3.9

118139.5 122330.0 7575.0 7739.5 125714.5 130069.5

126226.5 7885.0 134111.5

128724.5 7718.0 136442.5

131024.5 7653.0 138677.5

8515.4 531.7 9047.1

8676.7 524.3 9201.0

8823.4 527.2 9350.6

Instructional Certification Credit Hours Full-Time 1161.0 Part-Time 270.0 Total 1431.0 Average IC Credit Hours Full-Time Part-Time

Graduate Credit Hours Full-Time Part-Time

Total Average Graduate Credit Hours Full-Time Part-Time

Total Credit Hours Full-Time Part-Time

Total

Undergraduate FTE Graduate + IC FTE Total FTE

111757.0 7386.5 119143.5

7566.5 470.5 8037.0

7945.1 544.8 8489.9

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8234.6 545.8 8780.4

Trends in Spring Enrollment Credit Hours and FTE Spring 2003

Spring 2004

Spring 2006

Spring 2007

Spring 2008

108451.0 4579.0

112406.5 4904.5

116523.0 4978.0

109798.5

113030.0

117311.0

121501.0

15.1

14.9

15.0

14.9

15.0

5.9

5.6

5.7

5.7

5.5

1417.0 225.0

1250.0 194.0

1264.0 180.0

1394.0 205.0

1217.0 252.0

1274.0

1642.0

1444.0

1444.0

1599.0

1469.0

Average IC Credit Hours Full-Time

13.4

13.5

13.4

13.4

13.7

14.0

Part-Time

4.2

4.2

4.6

4.6

4.3

4.3

1474.0 2569.0

1757.0 2737.0

2047.0 2683.0

2170.0 2700.0

2273.0 2609.0

2105.0 2638.0

4043.0

4494.0

4730.0

4870.0

4882.0

4743.0

10.3

11.1

10.9

11.2

11.3

11.0

3.8

3.9

3.9

3.9

3.9

3.9

97379.0 101351.5 108302.5 7011.5 7669.0 7670.0 104390.5 109020.5 115972.5

111885.0 7459.0 119344.0

116073.5 7718.5 123792.0

119845.0 7868.0 127713.0

7535.3 526.2 8061.5

7820.7 540.1 8360.8

8100.1 517.7 8617.7

Undergraduate Credit Hours Full-Time 94845.0 Part-Time 4228.5

Total

Part-Time

6.1

Instructional Certification Credit Hours Full-Time 1060.0 Part-Time 214.0

Total

Graduate Credit Hours Full-Time Part-Time

Total Average Graduate Credit Hours Full-Time Part-Time

Total Credit Hours Full-Time Part-Time

Total Undergraduate FTE Graduate + IC FTE Total FTE

98177.5 105005.5 4707.0 4793.0

99073.5 102884.5

Average Undergraduate Credit Hours Full-Time 15.2

6604.9 443.1 7048.0

Spring 2005

6859.0 511.3 7370.3 24

7319.9 514.5 7834.4

Trends in Fall Undergraduate Enrollment by Status Fall 2003 First-Time Freshmen Full-Time Part-Time

Fall 2004

Fall 2005

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

Total

1828 112 1940

2051 167 2218

1910 172 2082

1932 185 2117

1891 196 2087

1828 212 2040

Total

527 166 693

533 77 610

608 58 666

645 94 739

705 67 772

696 60 756

Returning Undergraduates Full-Time Part-Time Total

106 83 189

121 77 198

114 96 210

149 106 255

128 105 233

120 104 224

Total

764 110 874

703 136 839

814 135 949

781 155 936

803 165 968

791 161 952

Continuing Sophomores Full-Time Part-Time Total

1343 59 1402

1567 78 1645

1646 63 1709

1725 47 1772

1713 46 1759

1731 32 1763

Total

1274 74 1348

1361 86 1447

1445 111 1556

1542 94 1636

1630 102 1732

1658 90 1748

Total

1399 213 1612

1340 230 1570

1414 220 1634

1498 236 1734

1517 243 1760

1665 256 1921

Total

4780 456 5236

4971 530 5501

5319 529 5848

5546 532 6078

5663 556 6219

5845 539 6384

Total

7241 817 8058

7676 851 8527

7951 855 8806

8272 917 9189

8387 924 9311

8489 915 9404

First-Time Transfers Full-Time Part-Time

Continuing Freshmen Full-Time Part-Time

Continuing Juniors Full-Time Part-Time

Continuing Seniors Full-Time Part-Time

Continuing Total Full-Time Part-Time

Total Undergraduates Full-Time Part-Time

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Trends in Spring Undergraduate Enrollment by Status Spring 2003 First-Time Freshmen Full-Time Part-Time

Spring 2004

Spring 2005

Spring 2006

Spring 2007

Spring 2008

Total

55 4 59

39 14 53

49 19 68

32 32 64

37 34 71

39 45 84

Total

164 30 194

164 52 216

167 43 210

196 37 233

190 42 232

169 37 206

Total

70 46 116

65 51 116

134 126 260

106 93 199

122 118 240

133 113 246

Total

1695 102 1797

1793 231 2024

2018 235 2253

1921 253 2174

1921 262 2183

1911 297 2208

Continuing Sophomores Full-Time Part-Time Total

1480 64 1544

1567 88 1655

1602 94 1696

1810 57 1867

1822 56 1878

1823 47 1870

Total

1320 108 1428

1468 106 1574

1579 114 1693

1602 105 1707

1794 97 1891

1882 113 1995

Total

1440 265 1705

1427 253 1680

1501 224 1725

1576 227 1803

1640 245 1885

1822 260 2082

Total

5935 539 6474

6255 678 6933

6700 667 7367

6909 642 7551

7177 660 7837

7438 717 8155

Total

6224 619 6843

6523 795 7318

7050 855 7905

7243 804 8047

7526 854 8380

7779 912 8691

Transfers Full-Time Part-Time

Returning Full-Time Part-Time

Continuing Freshmen Full-Time Part-Time

Continuing Juniors Full-Time Part-Time

Continuing Seniors Full-Time Part-Time

Continuing Total Full-Time Part-Time

Total Undergraduates Full-Time Part-Time

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Trends in Fall Enrollment by Class Fall 2003 Freshmen Full-Time Part-Time

Fall 2004

Fall 2005

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

Total

2783 359 3142

2950 369 3319

2959 366 3325

2993 413 3406

2959 426 3385

2872 434 3306

Total

1627 99 1726

1840 108 1948

1924 87 2011

2033 81 2114

2031 74 2105

2056 56 2112

Total

1398 113 1511

1508 113 1621

1615 147 1762

1716 138 1854

1847 144 1991

1847 128 1975

Total

1434 245 1679

1378 261 1639

1453 255 1708

1530 285 1815

1550 280 1830

1714 297 2011

Total Undergraduate Full-Time Part-Time Total

7242 816 8058

7676 851 8527

7951 855 8806

8272 917 9189

8387 924 9311

8489 915 9404

82 60 142

106 56 162

94 42 136

96 57 153

99 51 150

86 61 147

Total

160 648 808

195 701 896

207 715 922

201 650 851

205 629 834

222 620 842

Total

242 708 950

301 757 1058

301 757 1058

297 707 1004

304 680 984

308 681 989

Total

7484 1524 9008

7977 1608 9585

8252 1612 9864

8569 1624 10193

8691 1604 10295

8797 1596 10393

Sophomores Full-Time Part-Time

Juniors Full-Time Part-Time

Seniors Full-Time Part-Time

Instructional Certifications Full-Time Part-Time Total Graduates Full-Time Part-Time

Total Graduates Full-Time Part-Time

Total Enrollment Full-Time Part-Time

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Trends in Spring Enrollment by Class Spring 2003 Freshmen Full-Time Part-Time

Spring 2004

Spring 2005

Spring 2006

Spring 2007

Spring 2008

Total

1861 193 2054

1908 288 2196

2198 318 2516

2080 342 2422

2073 357 2430

2079 410 2489

Total

1569 76 1645

1653 111 1764

1681 134 1815

1909 83 1992

1926 86 2012

1907 58 1965

Total

1367 139 1506

1510 123 1633

1641 141 1782

1648 128 1776

1867 128 1995

1944 142 2086

Total

1455 289 1744

1452 273 1725

1530 262 1792

1606 251 1857

1660 283 1943

1849 302 2151

Total

6252 697 6949

6523 795 7318

7050 855 7905

7243 804 8047

7526 854 8380

7779 912 8691

Instructional Certifications Full-Time Part-Time Total

79 51 130

105 53 158

93 42 135

94 39 133

102 48 150

87 58 145

Total

143 681 824

159 699 858

187 684 871

193 693 886

201 668 869

191 676 867

Total

222 732 954

264 752 1016

280 726 1006

287 732 1019

303 716 1019

278 734 1012

Total

6474 1429 7903

6787 1547 8334

7330 1581 8911

7530 1536 9066

7829 1570 9399

8057 1646 9703

Sophomores Full-Time Part-Time

Juniors Full-Time Part-Time

Seniors Full-Time Part-Time

Total Undergraduate Full-Time Part-Time

Graduates Full-Time Part-Time

Total Graduates Full-Time Part-Time

Total Enrollment Full-Time Part-Time

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Trends of Fall Enrollment by College and Major College of Visual and Performing Arts Cip KU Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Code Code Degree Major 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 500701 10100 BS Art Education 230 236 225 228 234 214 500402 10600 BFA Communication Design 374 358 329 320 295 292 500402 10603 BFA Communication Design / Illustr 1 2 500201 11105 BFA Crafts 28 33 40 41 27 31 500702 11601 BFA Studio Art/Drawing 11 12 4 7 5 9 500702 11602 BFA Studio Art/Painting 18 14 16 23 26 21 500702 11603 BFA Studio Art/Photography 20 12 18 21 20 22 500702 11604 BFA Studio Art/Printmaking 4 6 8 6 3 4 500702 11605 BFA Studio Art/Sculpture 5 11 9 6 5 5 500702 11606 BFA Studio Art/Digital Media 3 500702 11610 Studio Art (Core) 122 150 138 138 138 112 509999 12605 BFA Related Arts/Literature and Writing 1 509999 12615 BFA Related Arts/Theatre 1 509999 12620 BFA Related Arts/Visual Arts 2 1 500901 14600 BA Music 66 74 72 75 64 58 500901 14605 BS Music Education 17 42 39 39 62 231001 15300 BA Speech Communication 213 197 203 196 204 209 500501 15610 BA Theatre 57 60 68 74 65 75 Visual and Performing Arts Total 1152 1181 1172 1174 1126 1119 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Cip KU Code Code Degree Major 450201 20400 BA Anthropology 260101 20701 Biology (Core) 260101 20705 BS Biology/Premedicine/Predentistry 260101 20710 BS Biology/Molecular/Micro/Cell 260101 20711 BS Biology/Organismal/Ecology 260101 20712 BS Biology/Pre-Professional 400501 21300 BS Chemistry 260202 21301 BS Biochemistry 400501 21302 BS Chemistry/Biochemistry 110103 21602 Computer Information Science (Core) 110103 21610 BS C. I. S./Information Technology 110103 21611 BS C. S. C./Information Technology 110103 21620 BS C. I. S./Software Development 110103 21621 BS C. I. S./Software Development 110103 21630 BS C. I. S.(Combined MS) 110103 21631 BS C. S. C.(Combined MS) 430104 21800 BS Criminal Justice 430104 21801 BS Criminal Justice/Paralegal Studies 230101 22400 BA English/General 230101 22405 BA English 230101 22410 BA English/Paralegel study (continued)

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Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 32 42 46 60 53 63 2 2 29 44 49 63 68 87 35 35 41 53 57 61 78 65 58 54 60 76 24 33 44 42 59 50 7 17 13 32 16 23 11 2 117 28 61 94 80 73 1 70 79 53 91 83 93 7 1 69 71 1 8 6 7 11 4 309 369 364 357 359 355 28 44 54 53 55 37 30 15 3 25 58 77 86 87 93 3 1 2

Trends of Fall Enrollment by College and Major College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (continued) Cip KU Code Code Degree Major 231101 22450 BA English/Professional Writing 030104 22649 Environmental Science (Core) 030104 22650 BS Environmental Science/Biology 030104 22653 BS Environmental Science/Chemistry 030104 22656 BS Environmental Science/Geology 160901 22800 BA French 240102 23000 BS General Studies 240102 23025 BS General Studies/Indusw Org Psy 240102 23030 BS General Studies/Technical Studies 240102 23100 BA General Studies 450701 23300 BA Geography/General 450701 23320 BA Geography/Environmental 450701 23330 BA Geography/Globalization 450701 23350 BA Geography/Applied 400601 23501 BS Geology 160501 23700 BA German 50125 23702 BA German Study/Comm & Cultr 540101 24000 BA History 540101 24005 BA History/Paralegal Studies 400607 24301 BS Marine Science 400607 24321 BS Marine Science/Biology 400607 24322 BS Marine Science/Chemistry 400607 24323 BS Marine Science/Geology 400607 24324 BS Marine Science/Physics 270101 24777 BS Mathematics 511005 25000 BS Medical Technology 511601 25300 BSN Nursing 380101 25600 BA Philosophy 380101 25605 BA Philosophy/Relig Std 400801 25900 BS Physics 400801 25901 Pre-Engineering 451001 26100 BA Political Science 451001 26101 BA Political Science/Paralegal Studies 420101 26300 BA Psychology 420101 26400 BS Psychology 420101 26420 BS Psychology/General 420101 26425 BS Psychology/Clinical-Counseling 420101 26430 BS Psychology/Industrial-Organization 420101 26435 BS Psychology/Paralegal Studies 440401 26700 BS Public Administration 440401 26701 BS Public Admin./Paralegal Studies 160402 27000 BA Russian 090702 27440 Telecommunications (Core) 090702 27461 BS Telecomm/Prod/Business Admin. (continued)

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Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 193 189 195 201 225 206 12 3 1 21 38 46 45 37 41 2 2 2 6 6 5 8 10 10 9 11 15 2 5 5 4 7 6 16 31 65 55 64 61 2 2 13 9 4 1 7 11 9 11 8 6 8 10 5 3 8 10 15 26 25 26 4 5 5 9 10 13 16 11 7 29 28 22 23 27 34 1 1 1 2 2 3 102 119 137 149 155 160 6 6 11 7 11 12 1 35 38 40 57 51 53 2 1 1 2 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 33 43 38 48 53 56 9 16 16 14 17 15 332 71 74 102 100 92 15 15 16 21 24 27 1 4 4 1 18 29 37 37 42 44 30 26 35 36 36 42 87 99 107 121 127 101 15 20 21 25 25 27 3 1 6 1 236 225 263 281 270 255 225 276 309 319 339 327 26 36 30 29 31 41 14 26 22 20 16 15 12 9 16 18 24 27 5 4 7 9 8 8 1 7 1

Trends of Fall Enrollment by College and Major College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (continued) Cip KU Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Code Code Degree Major 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 090702 27462 BS Telecomm/Prod/C. I. S. 1 090702 27463 BS Telecomm/Prod/Journalism/Pub. Rel. 10 3 090702 27465 BS Telecomm/Prod/Music 2 1 090702 27466 BS Telecomm/Prod/Psychology 1 1 090702 27468 BS Telecomm/Prod/Sociology 3 1 090702 27469 BS Telecomm/Prod/Speech & Theatre 8 090702 27470 BS Telecomm/Prod/Multi-Discipline 2 090702 27480 Electronic Media (Core) 130 114 110 83 99 83 090702 27481 BS Electronic Media/Business Admin. 17 24 25 25 24 22 090702 27482 BS Electronic Media/C. I. S. 8 9 6 6 2 090702 27483 BS Electronic Media/Journalism/Pub. Rel. 45 49 55 55 40 37 090702 27484 BS Electronic Media/Meteorology/Geo. 3 4 8 6 5 6 090702 27485 BS Electronic Media/Multi-Discipline 27 32 34 36 26 20 090702 27486 BS Electronic Media/Music 5 10 8 12 10 10 090702 27487 BS Electronic Meda/Psychology 5 12 9 12 12 11 090702 27488 BS Electronic Media/Public Admin. 9 6 7 3 3 1 090702 27489 BS Electronic Media/Sociology 10 8 9 11 3 1 090702 27490 BS Electronic Media/Speech & Theatre 24 31 24 25 21 17 440701 27705 BSW Social Work 112 124 160 162 161 146 451101 28000 BA Sociology 67 86 102 102 96 82 451101 28001 BA Sociology/Parlegel St 3 3 2 3 160905 28300 BA Spanish 22 18 23 30 31 21 Liberal Arts and Sciences Total 2888 2893 3089 3251 3274 3199 College of Education Cip KU Code Code Degree 310101 34030 BS 250101 34050 BS 131202 35000 131202 35008 BSED 131202 35013 BSED 131202 35015 BSED 131202 35014 BSED 131209 35016 BSED 131202 35024 BSED 131202 35036 BSED 131202 35040 BSED 131202 35045 BSED 131202 35046 BSED 131202 35047 BSED 131202 35052 BSED 131202 35056 BSED 131202 35062 BSED

Major Leisure and Sport Study Library Science El Ed/Undecided El Ed Art Education El Ed Coaching Education El Ed Coaching Education/Track2 El Ed Dance El Ed Early Childhood Education El Ed English El Ed French El Ed German El Ed Health & Wellness El Ed History El Ed Instructional Technology El Ed Mathematics El Ed Music El Ed Psychology (continued)

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Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 76 158 226 3 9 11 13 90 96 90 100 112 79 9 2 34 29 34 34 19 1 6 5 5 3 308 309 252 300 325 316 27 25 27 24 30 27 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 2 12 8 4 4 7 4 75 81 80 71 71 84 2 48 56 40 34 35 40

Trends of Fall Enrollment by College and Major College of Education (continued) Cip KU Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Code Code Degree Major 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 131202 35064 BSED El Ed Reading 146 139 115 118 107 94 131202 35072 BSED El Ed Science 19 18 17 16 20 28 131202 35076 BSED El Ed Social Studies 49 57 40 41 43 44 131202 35080 BSED El Ed Spanish 22 19 13 17 16 16 131202 35086 BSED El Ed Sports Pedagogy 38 11 3 2 131202 35087 BSED El Ed Urban Education 15 15 8 10 4 3 250101 36000 BSED Library Science 34 29 20 26 26 25 250101 36001 BSED Library Science with Elu Certificate 26 29 28 17 20 18 250101 36003 BSED Library Science with Inst Tech 2 4 8 450101 37000 Sec Ed Undecided 38 34 41 32 17 16 260101 37005 BSED Sec Ed Biology Science 21 12 16 22 21 29 400501 37009 BSED Sec Ed Chemistry 8 7 11 4 7 5 450101 37010 BSED Sec Ed Citizen Education/Geography 3 2 1 1 450101 37011 BSED Sec Ed Citizen Education/History 153 164 136 142 116 67 450101 37012 BSED Sec Ed Citizen Education/Civics & Gov. 6 9 7 4 2 5 231001 37013 BSED Sec Ed Communication 3 2 6 6 2 4 400601 37021 BSED Sec Ed/ESS/Astronomy 1 2 2 3 5 2 400601 37025 BSED Sec Ed/ESS/Geology 1 2 1 3 6 4 400601 37029 BSED Sec Ed/ESS/Marine Science 2 2 1 1 230101 37031 BSED Sec Ed English 110 100 103 121 117 115 160901 37033 BSED Sec Ed French 5 5 3 4 6 9 160501 37037 BSED Sec Ed German 2 1 160905 37045 BSED Sec Ed Spanish 20 17 20 22 26 32 300101 37053 BSED Sec Ed General Science/Biology 14 17 13 5 9 14 300101 37057 BSED Sec Ed General Science/Chemistry 1 2 3 2 2 300101 37061 BSED Sec Ed General Science/Earth - Space 5 4 3 6 4 6 300101 37065 BSED Sec Ed General Science/Physics 1 270101 37069 BSED Sec Ed Mathematics 72 85 88 91 106 116 400801 37071 BSED Sec Ed Physics & Mathematics 10 7 9 17 10 7 400801 37073 BSED Sec Ed Physics 5 7 2 1 1 3 450101 37089 BSED Sec Ed SS/History 10 1 1 46 76 450101 37092 BSED Sec Ed SS/Political Science 2 450101 37093 BSED Sec Ed SS/Civics & Government 3 2 450101 37095 BSED Sec Ed SS/Sociology 1 3 6 450101 37096 BSED Sec Ed SS/Psychology 3 7 6 450101 37097 BSED Sec Ed Soc Sci/Anthropology 1 1 1 1 1 450101 37098 BSED Sec Ed Soc Sci/Psychology 10 5 5 7 4 5 450101 37099 BSED Sec Ed Soc Sci/Sociology 8 6 4 6 2 2 131009 38010 BSED SPU/Visually Impaired 3 131009 38011 BSED SPU/Visual Impairment 44 47 34 30 37 40 131001 38020 BSED SPU/Mentally & Phys. Handicapped 339 300 271 261 264 290 131012 38030 BSED SPU/Speech Language Pathology 62 53 57 68 50 34 Education Total 1891 1824 1605 1767 1908 1949

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Trends of Fall Enrollment by College and Major College of Business Cip KU Code Code Degree 520301 41030 BSBA 520601 41033 BSBA 520201 41036 BSBA 521001 41039 BSBA 521401 41042 BSBA 521101 41045 BSBA 520801 41047 BSBA 520201 41099 450601 42100 BA

Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Major Business Administration/Accounting 41 48 53 79 95 93 Business Administration/Economics 1 1 Business Administration/General 1 1 1 Business Administration/Management 62 81 82 107 128 116 Business Administration/Marketing 70 56 66 95 100 125 Business Administration/International 5 7 5 8 17 19 Business Administration/Finance 24 27 27 32 43 47 Business Administration (Core) 938 1037 1161 1155 1208 1212 Economics 1 Business Total 1142 1258 1396 1476 1591 1612

College of Graduate Studies Cip KU Code Code Degree Major 520201 51000 MBA Business Administration 110103 51600 MS Computer and Information Science 110103 51601 MS Computer Science 110103 51610 MS CIS (Combined BS) 110103 51611 MS CSC (Combined BS) 420601 52100 MA Counseling Psychology 420601 52102 MA Counseling Psychology/Agency Coun. 420601 52110 MA Counseling Psy.-Marital&Fam. Therapy 230101 52400 MA English 250101 56000 MLS Library Science 500701 57002 MED Art Education 260101 57005 MED Secondary Education/Biology 131102 57008 MED Student Affairs in Higher Education 131205 57009 MED Secondary Education/Curr. & Inst. 131202 57010 MED Elementary Education 131202 57011 MED Elementary Education with Ext. of Cert. 230101 57013 MED Secondary Education/English 131101 57016 MED Counseling Secondary Education 131101 57017 MED Secondary School Coun./License 131101 57018 MED Secondary School Coun./Cert. 131101 57019 MED Counseling Elementary Education 131101 57020 MED Elementary School Coun./License 131101 57021 MED Elemenatry School Coun./Cert. 131315 57022 MED Reading Specialist 450101 57026 MED Secondary Education/Social Studies 270101 57069 MED Secondary Education/Mathematics 131102 57071 MED Student Affairs/Couns./License 131102 57072 MED Student Affairs/Admin. 130501 57100 MED Instructional Technology 130501 57102 MED IT/Digitl Class Tech (continued)

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Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 107 121 149 95 76 65 14 11 15 12 14 7 1 4 2 3 4 3 2 4 7 13 11 9 7 6 6 14 24 24 21 22 26 25 26 25 20 21 20 14 23 28 28 23 21 52 39 35 40 42 53 26 53 59 39 51 47 8 6 7 6 5 4 13 8 6 3 1 42 43 42 45 37 47 57 59 51 42 40 35 23 11 11 8 7 3 19 17 12 17 15 18 39 20 9 2 1 18 25 32 43 43 52 1 14 16 20 24 20 24 16 13 5 14 20 23 21 15 16 1 5 7 7 8 5 71 83 98 88 107 110 10 19 14 16 12 12 8 19 13 13 6 5 2 8 6 7 7 10 4 7 10 15 15 14 8 19 20 23 23 13 5 10 10

Trends of Fall Enrollment by College and Major College of Graduate Studies (continued) Cip KU Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Code Code Degree Major 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 440401 57500 MPA Public Administration 36 32 25 27 21 23 090702 58000 MS Telecommunications 1 1 2 090702 58001 MS Electronic Media 10 11 12 10 14 14 511699 58100 MSN Nursing 7 13 440701 58200 MSW Social Work 16 28 35 39 33 39 Graduate Studies Total 690 781 811 728 713 722 Instructional Certification Cip KU Code Code Degree Major 500701 70400 IC Art Education 500901 70420 IC Music Education 130501 70500 IC Instructional Technology 511699 70601 ESC School Nurse 260101 70700 IC Secondary Education/Biology 400501 71300 IC Secondary Education/Chemistry 450101 71405 IC Secondary Education/Cit Ed/Civ & Gov 450101 71410 IC Secondary Education/Cit Ed/Geography 450101 71415 IC Secondary Education/Cit Ed/History 231001 71600 IC Secondary Education/Communication 230101 71610 IC Secondary Education/English 400601 72202 IC Secondary Education/ESS/Geology 250101 72300 IC Library Science 131202 72500 IC Elementary Education 160901 72800 IC Secondary Education/French 131209 73200 IC Early Childhood Education 160501 73700 IC Secondary Education/German 300101 74311 IC Secondary Education/Gen. Sci./Biology 300101 74321 IC Secondary Education/Gen. Sci./Chem. 300101 74331 IC Secondary Education/Gen. Sci./Physics 300101 74341 IC Secondary Education/Gen. Sci./ESS 270101 74700 IC Secondary Education/Mathematics 400801 75000 IC Secondary Education/Physic & Math 400801 75500 IC Secondary Education/Physic 450101 75605 IC Secondary Education/Soc Sci/Anth 450101 75650 IC Secondary Education/Soc Sci/Psy 450101 75675 IC Secondary Education/Soc Sci/Sociology 450101 75732 IC Secondary Education/SS/Geography 450101 75742 IC Secondary Education/SS/History 450101 75752 IC Secondary Education/SS/Political Sci. 450101 75772 IC Secondary Education/SS/Psychology 131315 76500 IC Reading Specialist 160905 78300 IC Secondary Education/Spanish 131001 78600 IC SPU/Mentally & Physically Handicapped (continued)

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Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 29 41 29 23 19 18 4 9 12 12 4 2 1 4 3 2 10 10 4 7 9 5 5 5 3 7 8 4 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 3 1 2 1 1 1 4 7 9 6 3 3 3 2 2 3 2 3 6 5 9 11 10 2 1 1 5 2 2 4 4 2 30 36 33 39 29 27 1 1 1 1 4 2 6 3 2 1 1 1 3 2 2 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 4 6 6 6 8 8 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 3 6 1 1 4 9 1 1 2 3 1 2 4 4 2 6 7 2 3 7 4 2 4 9 10 4 9 7 8

Trends of Fall Enrollment by College and Major Instructional Certification (continued) Cip KU Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Code Code Degree Major 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 131101 79201 ESC Elementary Education/School Counselor 7 2 1 1 2 131101 79202 ESC Secondary Education/School Counselor 4 6 3 3 1 1 131009 79500 IC SPU/Visually Impaired 1 1 130404 79600 SC SEU/Curr & Instr 1 6 Instructional Certification Total 142 162 136 153 150 144 Other Kutztown Undergraduate and Graduate Students KU Fall Fall Fall Cip Fall Fall Fall Code Code Degree Major 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 999999 59020 Professional Credits 115 114 110 123 115 120 999999 59300 Pre I. C. C. O. E. 6 3 999999 Graduate Transients 3 1 1 999998 80000 Lifelong Learning (was Extended Learning) 87 97 80 88 80 78 999999 90000 Undeclared 852 985 1005 948 869 934 999995 90006 Reading Hospital Nursing 36 283 276 299 316 347 999999 93000 Pre Candidacy C.O.E. 176 173 133 157 999999 Undergraduate Transients 10 6 7 13 14 9 Miscellaneous Total 1103 1486 1655 1644 1533 1648 University Totals

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9008

9585 9864 10193 10295 10393

Trends in Fall Enrollment by Ethnicity: Females Fall 2003 Undergraduate Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Undergraduates Instructional Certification Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Certifications

Fall 2004

265 37 136 9 4324 25 77 4873

313 51 171 13 4390 56 66 5060

Fall 2005

353 57 185 18 4472 40 65 5190

Fall 2006

372 67 226 17 4659 31 63 5435

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

34 354 65 236 15 4699 25 38 5466

35 311 73 229 11 4765 26 34 5484

2 1 3

2

4

4

2

2 1 1

93

108 1 4 115

81 2 4 91

98 1 3 106

95

89

3 102

3 96

16 6 16 2 511 5 31 587

13 12 6 14 1 517 8 28 599

12 11 3 13 2 553 6 25 625

388 73 246 19 5268 37 97 6128

49 366 71 252 16 5311 33 69 6167

47 324 77 243 13 5407 32 62 6205

1 98

Graduate Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Graduates Combined Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Combined

10 14 16 9 510 2 16 577

276 51 155 18 4927 27 94 5548

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13 11 19 13 530 2 30 618

326 62 192 26 5028 59 100 5793

14 8 21 6 546 7 38 640

367 65 210 24 5099 49 107 5921

Trends in Fall Enrollment by Ethnicity: Males Fall 2003 Undergraduate Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Undergraduates Instructional Certification Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Certifications

259 45 124 7 2673 18 59 3185

Fall 2004

298 43 118 8 2918 30 52 3467

Fall 2005

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

326 41 129 7 3047 21 45 3616

296 38 133 10 3209 15 53 3754

37 310 35 154 8 3260 11 30 3845

2

1

2

36 282 43 168 13 3334 19 25 3920

1

43

44

42

1 44

44

47

1 44

3 47

1 45

1 47

2 48

3 51

10 6 8 2 219 3 16 264

8 8 3 6 2 188 4 16 235

7 5 1 3 1 193 2 5 217

306 45 141 13 3472 18 70 4065

45 318 40 160 10 3492 15 48 4128

43 288 44 171 14 3574 21 33 4188

Graduate Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Graduates Combined Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Combined

12 10 5 3 185 2 14 231

271 55 129 10 2901 20 74 3460

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8 7 4 5 234 3 17 278

306 50 122 13 3196 33 72 3792

12 7 9 4 229 3 18 282

338 50 138 11 3318 24 64 3943

Trends in Fall Enrollment by Ethnicity: All Students Fall 2003

Fall 2004

Fall 2005

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

Undergraduate Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Undergraduates

0 524 82 260 16 6997 43 136 8058

0 611 94 289 21 7308 86 118 8527

0 679 98 314 25 7519 61 110 8806

0 668 105 359 27 7868 46 116 9189

71 664 100 390 23 7959 36 68 9311

71 593 116 397 24 8099 45 59 9404

Instructional Certification Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Certifications

0 1 0 3 0 136 0 2 142

0 0 0 2 0 152 1 7 162

0 0 2 4 0 123 2 5 136

0 0 1 4 1 142 1 4 153

2 0 2 2 0 139 0 5 150

0 3 1 1 0 136 0 6 147

Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Graduates

0 22 24 21 12 695 4 30 808

0 21 18 23 18 764 5 47 896

0 26 15 30 10 775 10 56 922

0 26 12 24 4 730 8 47 851

21 20 9 20 3 705 12 44 834

19 16 4 16 3 746 8 30 842

Combined Non-resident Alien African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Combined

0 547 106 284 28 7828 47 168 9008

0 632 112 314 39 8224 92 172 9585

0 705 115 348 35 8417 73 171 9864

0 694 118 387 32 8740 55 167 10193

94 684 111 412 26 8803 48 117 10295

90 612 121 414 27 8981 53 95 10393

Graduate

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Trends in Fall Undergraduate Enrollment by Age Age Group Under 15 15 - 16 17 - 18 19 - 20 21 - 22 23 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 40 - 49 50 - 59 60 & Over TOTAL

Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 628 9 636 15 706 8 644 6 693 7 698 9 1130 15 1289 19 1381 20 1404 26 1368 21 1381 17 828 38 887 51 905 53 1044 42 1126 47 1146 54 234 38 240 38 208 53 227 59 233 49 261 56 104 44 105 49 104 49 103 59 105 56 124 46 33 15 23 22 22 19 25 25 25 31 32 23 8 16 15 23 21 18 16 18 15 18 12 13 14 17 17 21 11 22 10 31 10 19 11 20 3 8 4 6 2 12 1 12 5 11 2 9 1 2 1 3 0 2 0 1 1 4 1 4 2983 202 3217 250 3360 256 3474 280 3581 264 3669 251

Women Age Group Under 15 15 - 16 17 - 18 19 - 20 21 - 22 23 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 40 - 49 50 - 59 60 & Over TOTAL

Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 950 54 1106 29 1085 26 1173 37 1076 46 1021 50 1757 70 1818 90 1931 89 2026 75 2052 79 2100 82 1176 82 1197 83 1235 82 1250 102 1351 109 1357 97 194 68 173 78 173 59 170 61 163 67 178 90 84 95 75 81 90 84 98 101 92 91 81 98 37 61 28 64 21 76 23 50 23 61 25 60 18 58 30 56 19 57 16 67 14 80 18 57 33 99 21 96 32 95 35 98 29 95 32 90 10 20 9 20 5 26 5 37 5 23 8 33 0 6 1 4 0 4 1 9 1 9 0 7 4259 614 4459 601 4591 599 4798 637 4806 660 4820 664

Combined Age Group Under 15 15 - 16 17 - 18 19 - 20 21 - 22 23 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 40 - 49 50 - 59 60 & Over TOTAL

Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1578 63 1742 44 1791 34 1817 43 1769 53 1719 59 2887 85 3107 109 3312 109 3430 101 3420 100 3481 99 2004 120 2084 134 2140 135 2294 144 2477 156 2503 151 428 106 413 116 381 112 397 120 396 116 439 146 188 139 180 130 194 133 201 160 197 147 205 144 70 76 51 86 43 95 48 75 48 92 57 83 26 74 45 79 40 75 32 85 29 98 30 70 47 116 38 117 43 117 45 129 39 114 43 110 13 28 13 26 7 38 6 49 10 34 10 42 1 8 2 7 0 6 1 10 2 13 1 11 7242 816 7676 851 7951 855 8272 917 8387 924 8489 915

Men

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Trends in Fall Graduate and Certification Enrollment by Age Men Age Group Under 18 19 - 20 21 - 22 23 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 40 - 49 50 - 59 60 & Over TOTAL

Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 1 6 4 6 0 12 2 6 1 10 2 18 12 25 12 28 22 31 24 27 16 29 18 29 53 35 73 37 66 37 66 42 55 35 64 14 53 11 53 9 58 13 48 15 32 8 27 5 25 8 35 9 32 5 29 3 37 6 25 12 33 11 34 7 34 6 21 7 20 5 21 5 9 5 12 6 12 4 12 6 14 8 9 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 88 187 102 223 103 224 109 202 107 176 102 166

Women Age Group Under 18 19 - 20 21 - 22 23 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 40 - 49 50 - 59 60 & Over TOTAL

Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 5 25 2 29 4 19 9 27 8 25 8 40 51 56 54 57 56 61 63 55 75 61 77 42 184 61 212 59 212 55 212 65 184 69 200 11 83 17 80 26 73 23 72 20 92 15 70 18 66 13 54 8 56 10 49 10 48 12 54 23 107 25 103 17 93 14 69 12 61 17 70 2 25 2 28 2 36 5 27 8 35 6 36 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 4 0 1 1 0 154 521 199 534 198 533 188 505 197 504 206 515

Combined Age Group Under 18 19 - 20 21 - 22 23 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 40 - 49 50 - 59 60 & Over TOTAL

Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 23 6 31 6 35 4 31 11 33 9 35 10 58 63 81 66 85 78 92 87 82 91 90 95 71 237 96 285 96 278 92 278 107 239 104 264 25 136 28 133 35 131 36 120 35 124 23 97 23 91 21 89 17 88 15 78 13 85 18 79 35 140 36 137 24 127 20 90 19 81 22 91 7 34 7 40 8 48 9 39 14 49 14 45 0 1 1 1 1 3 2 4 1 2 1 0 242 708 301 757 301 757 297 707 304 680 308 681

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Trends in Fall Enrollment: Mean and Median Age Male PT

FT

Total

FT

Female PT Total

FT

Combined PT Total

Fall 2003 UG Mean Age UG Median Age IC Mean Age IC Median Age GR Mean Age GR Median Age

21 21 31 27 31 27

28 25 32 28 34 32

21 20 31 27 33 32

20 20 31 24 28 25

29 26 34 34 32 29

21 20 33 33 31 28

20 20 31 27 29 26

29 25 34 32 33 31

21 20 33 30 32 30

Fall 2004 UG Mean Age UG Median Age IC Mean Age IC Median Age GR Mean Age GR Median Age

20 20 30 26 30 27

27 24 34 28 33 32

21 20 30 28 32 31

20 20 30 28 27 25

29 26 35 33 32 29

21 20 32 30 31 28

20 20 30 28 28 25

29 25 35 31 32 30

21 20 32 29 31 29

Fall 2005 UG Mean Age UG Median Age IC Mean Age IC Median Age GR Mean Age GR Median Age

20 20 30 27 29 25

28 24 34 29 33 32

20 20 31 28 32 30

20 20 29 25 26 25

30 27 38 38 32 29

21 20 32 29 31 28

20 20 29 26 27 25

29 26 37 33 33 30

21 20 32 29 31 28

Fall 2006 UG Mean Age UG Median Age IC Mean Age IC Median Age GR Mean Age GR Median Age

20 20 30 27 27 25

28 25 35 33 32 30

21 20 32 28 30 28

20 20 27 24 28 26

30 27 33 32 31 28

21 20 29 26 31 28

20 20 28 25 28 25

29 26 33 32 32 29

21 20 30 27 31 28

Fall 2007 UG Mean Age UG Median Age IC Mean Age IC Median Age GR Mean Age GR Median Age

21 20 33 28 28 25

29 25 36 36 33 32

21 20 34 30 32 29

20 20 29 25 28 25

30 26 36 34 32 29

21 20 31 28 31 28

20 20 30 26 28 25

29 25 36 34 32 29

21 20 32 29 31 28

Fall 2008 UG Mean Age UG Median Age IC Mean Age IC Median Age GR Mean Age GR Median Age

20 20 32 29 27 25

27 24 33 30 31 29

21 20 33 29 30 27

20 20 29 26 27 25

29 25 36 35 31 28

21 20 32 28 30 27

20 20 30 27 27 25

29 25 35 33 31 29

21 20 32 29 30 27

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Trends in Fall Undergraduate Enrollment by County

Adams Allegheny Armstrong Beaver Bedford Berks Blair Bradford Bucks Butler Cambria Cameron Carbon Centre Chester Clarion Clearfield Clinton Columbia Crawford Cumberland Dauphin Delaware Elk Erie Fayette Forest Franklin Fulton Greene Huntington Indiana Jefferson Juniata Lackawanna Lancaster Lawrence Lebanon Lehigh Luzerne Lycoming

Fall 2003 24 6 1 3 1669 1 24 556 2 114 11 313 3 2 28 1 88 96 240 1 3 1

Fall 2004 29 10

Fall 2005 26 10

Fall 2006 26 13 1 1 5 1844 2 22 702 5

Fall 2007 28 12

Fall 2008 29 11 2 4 1889 6 13 697 4 3 1 161 11 435 2 5 21 1 113 125 242 1

1 1693 1 24 605 1 1

3 1719 1 20 670 3 1

133 8 326 1 3 2 31 1 98 97 262

140 10 343 1

142 10 344 1

1 5 1913 3 11 672 4 1 1 152 12 356 2

2 22 1 104 108 256 1 1

3 16

4 20

113 127 243 2 2

110 126 248 1 4 1

1

1

21 1

27 2

20 2

25 2

22 2

16 2

3 1 1 6 121 268

4 3 2 9 122 292

2 1 1 6 130 299

98 936 151 35

86 969 158 39

3 1 1 4 125 295 1 91 1065 154 41

5 1

108 945 147 31

1 1 1 6 122 307 2 90 1036 150 54

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4 114 303 2 107 1115 167 36

Trends in Fall Undergraduate Enrollment by County (continued) McKean Mercer Mifflin Monroe Montgomery Montour Northampton Northumberland Perry Philadelphia Pike Potter Schuylkill Snyder Somerset Sullivan Susquehanna Tioga Union Venango Warren Washington Wayne Westmoreland Wyoming York In-State Total

Fall 2003

Fall 2004

Fall 2005

2 1 11 145 618 7 551 53 11 423 55 1 302 8 2 1 36 6 7

2 1 9 146 688 7 605 58 11 515 71 329 7 3 1 30 7 5

2 1 18 156 718 8 570 54 16 579 68 2 347 6 1 1 31 7 8

66 2 20 139 7307

61 1 18 137 7721

1 70 1 22 162 8004

43

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

2

1

3

17 176 741 8 598 53 17 551 65 1 334 7 2 1 21 8 11

16 195 735 5 626 36 23 522 81

19 200 743 6 622 26 22 435 84 1 355 10 3

52

46 2 24 164 8361

27 170 8283

335 10 5 1 18 8 13 2 1

21 5 13 3 1 44 2 17 170 8454

Trends in Fall Undergraduate Enrollment by State Fall 2003 Alabama Arizona California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Illinois Iowa Kansas Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Oregan Rhode Island South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia Washington West Virginia Wyoming Unknown Out-of-State Total Pennsylvania Non-resident Alien Grand Total

Fall 2004

Fall 2005

2 1

2

7 6 1 1

3 9 2 3 1 2

2 1

Fall 2006

1 1 2 1 3 14 2 1

1 1 5 19 3 2

2

1

2 11 3 1

1 12 1 2

1 14

1 603 1 29 1

1 660 1 37 1

3 650

1

35 1 1

1 683 7307 68 8058

44

2 9 18 1 2 2 1

1 12 2 2 1 2 724

6 757

45

39

1

1

1

1

1 8 1

2 8 1

1 1 1 1 10 1

2 748 8004 54 8806

1 1 839 8283 67 9189

1 750 7721 56 8527

Fall 2008 1

1 1

2 1 6

Fall 2007

1 21 1 1

3 13 1

879 8361 71 9311

6 31 2 1 1 1 2 23 1 1 1 3 741 40 2 2 1 1

2 12 1 1 1 879 8454 71 9404

Trends in Fall Undergraduate Enrollment by Country Fall 2003 Albania Australia Austria Bangladesh Benin Bolivia Brazil Bulgaria Cameroon Canada China Dominica Ecuador Ethiopia Finland France Gambia, The Georgia Germany Ghana Guyana Hong Kong Hungary India Israel Jamaica Japan Kenya

Fall 2004

Fall 2005 2

1

Fall 2006 1 1

Fall 2007 1 1 1

1

1 1

1

1

1

1 1 2 3

2 2 1 1

1 1

1 1

6 1 1 1

9 1 1

1 2 1

2

6 2 1 1

10 4 1 1

1 1

6 1 1 5 1

1 5

4

3

3

4

3

5 3

6 1

4 1

1

1 8 1 1

1 8 1 1

7 1

3 2

2 3

1

1 1

5

1 6 3

9 2

4 7

2 4

6 2 1 1 4

1

1

1

4

Korea, Dem. People's Rep

Kosovo Latvia Lebanon Liberia Morocco Myanmar

Fall 2008

1 1

1 (continued)

45

1 1

6

Trends in Fall Undergraduate Enrollment by Country (continued) Netherlands New Zealand Nigeria Pakistan Paraguy Peru Philippines Poland Romania Russia Singapore South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Sweden Syria Taiwan Tanzania Turkey United Arab Emirates United Kingdom Venezuela Vietnam Zimbabwe Non-resident Alien Total United States Grand Total

Fall 2003

Fall 2004 1 1 3 1

Fall 2005 1 1 1 1

Fall 2006 4 1 1

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

3 2 2

3 1 4

1 4

1

1 1

1

1

2

1

1

2

1 1

1 1 2 1 3

1 2 1 3

1 1 4

1 1 1

1 2 1

1 1 4

1 4

1

1

71 9240 9311

71 9333 9404

1

1 8 1 2 1 1 1 68 7990 8058

6 2

1 1

2 1

2

1 1

1 56 8471 8527

46

2 54 8752 8806

67 9122 9189

Trends in Fall Graduate and Certification Enrollment by County Fall 2003 Allegheny Bedford Berks Blair Bradford Bucks Carbon Centre Chester Clearfield Columbia Cumberland Dauphin Delaware Erie Franklin Greene Huntington Indiana Lackawanna Lancaster Lebanon Lehigh Luzerne Lycoming Mifflin Monroe Montgomery Northampton Northumberland Perry Philadelphia Pike Schuylkill Somerset Susquehanna Tioga Union Venango Washington Wayne Wyoming York In-State Total

Fall 2004 1

Fall 2005

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

1

368

419

411

24 13

2 21 16

22 18

11

12

10

1 4 6 4

2 6 6 4

3 3 3 7

1 349

19 24 1 14 1 4 2 5 6 1

1 327 2 1 24 19

1 358 1 1 22 13

10 1 3 3 8 5

14 1 2 5 7 5

1

1 1

1 20 14 291 9

3 20 15 260 6

1 8 56 91 3 1 5 1 34 1 1

1 10 54 92 3

2 1 1 2 4 2 954

1 1

2

1 20 8 284 5 1

1 21 7 319 7

1 1

14 46 72 1 1 5

12 49 81 2

7 63 77 2

6

5

36

36

48

1 14 11 301 8 1 1 8 51 100 3 1 7 1 38

1

1 1

1

1

24 9 298 11

1

2 931

1 1036 47

1

2 1026

3 978

2 46 1 3 2 1 2 2 2 957

Trends in Fall Graduate and Certification Enrollment by State Fall 2004

Fall 2003 Alaska California Connecticut Delaware Illinois Maryland New Jersey New York Out-of-State Total Pennsylvania Non-resident Alien Grand Total

Fall 2005

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

1 1 1 1 1 3 1 5 1036 17 1058

2 931 17 950

1

5

1 4

1 6

2 11

7 1026 25 1058

6 978 20 1004

7 954 23 984

13 957 19 989

Trends in Fall Graduate and Certification Enrollment by Country Fall Albania Argentina Brazil Canada China Colombia Denmark Dominican Republic Ecuador Gambia, The Georgia Germany Ghana India Indonesia Kenya Netherlands Nigeria Philippines Poland Russia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Tanzania Thailand Turkey Non-resident Alien Total United States Grand Total

Fall

Fall

Fall

Fall

Fall

1 1 1 7

1

2

2 1

1 1 2 1 2

1

1 2

4 1 1 1 2 1

2

2

4

1 1

1

3 1 1

2

1 1 2 1 1

1 5 1 2

2 4 1 2 1

3 2 1 2 1

1

1

1 2

1 3 2

1 2 1 1 3 2

3

2 1

17 1041 1058

17 933 950

48

25 1033 1058

20 984 1004

1 1 1 23 961 984

1 1 19 970 989

Trends in Degrees Awarded by College and Major: College of Visual and Performing Arts Cip KU 2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Code Code Degree Major 500701 10100 BS Art Education 41 51 46 52 40 70 500402 10600 BFA Communication Design 65 71 95 62 87 72 500402 10603 BFA Communication Design / Illustr 2 1 500201 11105 BFA Crafts 10 10 9 10 24 4 500702 11600 BFA Studio Art 1 500702 11601 BFA Studio Art/Drawing 4 4 10 5 3 2 500702 11602 BFA Studio Art/Painting 15 14 15 8 17 20 500702 11603 BFA Studio Art/Photography 15 13 12 6 10 17 500702 11604 BFA Studio Art/Printmaking 3 5 3 8 5 3 500702 11605 BFA Studio Art/Sculpture 3 1 8 6 5 2 509999 12610 BFA Related Arts/Music 1 509999 12620 BFA Related Arts/Visual Arts 1 1 1 509999 12625 BFA Related Arts/Dance 2 500901 14600 BA Music 9 6 9 7 10 5 500901 14605 BS Music Education 3 5 4 7 231001 15300 BA Speech Communication 61 52 60 64 42 47 500501 15610 BA Theatre 6 8 5 6 9 4 Visual and Performing Arts Total 238 236 277 239 257 253 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Cip KU Code Code Degree Major 450201 20400 BA Anthropology 260101 20702 BS Biology/Cell Biology-Micro 260101 20703 BS Biology/Ecology 260101 20704 BS Biology/Organismal 260101 20705 BS Biology/Premedicine/Predentistry 260101 20710 BS Biology/Molecular/Micro/Cell 260101 20711 BS Biology/Organismal/Ecology 260101 20712 BS Biology/Pre-Professional 400501 21300 BS Chemistry 260202 21301 BS Biochemistry 400501 21302 BS Chemistry/Biochemistry 110103 21602 BS Comp Info Sci/CORE 110103 21610 BS C. I. S./Information Technology 110103 21611 BS C. S. C./Information Technology 110103 21620 BS C. I. S./Software Development 110103 21621 BS C. S. C./Software Development 110103 21630 BS C. I. S./(Combined MS) 110103 21631 BS C. S. C./(Combined MS) 430104 21800 BS Criminal Justice 430104 21801 BS Criminal Justice/Paralegal Studies 430104 21802 BS Criminal Justice/Ext. Internship 230101 22400 BA English/General 230101 22405 BA English 231101 22450 BA English/Professional Writing (continued)

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2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 10 11 8 12 10 9 6 1 3 1 5 4 10 6 6 14 5 3 6 11 8 5 6 3 6 5 2 6 1 6 1 8 2 5 2 3 1 22 15 23 10 10 1 12 10 4 8 7 9 1 11 1 6 8 10 9 66 67 61 100 74 91 11 8 10 10 13 16 1 13 7 10 4 2 4 6 12 24 23 34 43 45 33 32 54

Trends in Degrees Awarded by College and Major: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (continued) Cip KU Code Code Degree Major 030104 22650 BS Environmental Science/Biology 030104 22653 BS Environmental Science/Chemistry 030104 22656 BS Environmental Science/Geology 160901 22800 BA French 240102 23000 BS General Studies 240102 23025 BS General Studies/Indus Org Psy 240102 23030 BS General Studies/Technical Studies 240102 23100 BA General Studies 450701 23300 BA Geography/General 450701 23320 BA Geography/Environmental 450701 23350 BA Geography/Applied 400601 23501 BS Geology 160501 23700 BA German 540101 24000 BA History 540101 24005 BA History/Paralegal Studies 400607 24321 BS Marine Science/Biology 400607 24322 BS Marine Science/Chemistry 400607 24323 BS Marine Science/Geology 400607 24324 BS Marine Science/Physics 270101 24600 BA Mathematics 270101 24777 BS Mathematics 511005 25000 BS Medical Technology 511601 25300 BSN Nursing 380101 25600 BA Philosophy 380101 25605 BA Philosophy/ Religious Study 400801 25900 BS Physics 451001 26100 BA Political Science 451001 26101 BA Political Science/Paralegal Studies 420101 26400 BS Psychology 420101 26420 BS Psychology/General 420101 26425 BS Psychology/Clinical-Counseling 420101 26430 BS Psychology/Industrial-Organization 420101 26435 BS Psychology/Paralegal Studies 440401 26700 BS Public Administration 440401 26701 BS Public Admin./Paralegal Studies 160402 27000 BA Russian 090702 27403 BS Telecomm/Mgm/Journalism/Pub. Rel. 090702 27411 BS Telecomm/Mgm/Multi-Discipline 090702 27461 BS Telecomm/Prod/Business Admin. 090702 27463 BS Telecomm/Prod/Journalism/Pub. Rel. 090702 27465 BS Telecomm/Prod/Music 090702 27466 BS Telecomm/Prod/Psychology 090702 27468 BS Telecomm/Prod/Sociology 090702 27469 BS Telecomm/Prod/Speech & Theatre 090702 27470 BS Telecomm/Prod/Multi-Discipline 090702 27481 BS Electronic Media/Business Admin. (continued)

50

2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 4 4 2 4 11 5 1 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 5 3 1 1 2 13 19 25 56 55 55 1 2 1 3 2 1 1 9 7 10 3 1 1 3 2 3 3 4 3 10 6 3 3 1 4 5 3 7 9 7 4 4 1 1 16 23 17 26 39 32 1 2 4 1 4 3 3 1 2 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 13 6 7 6 6 8 2 1 3 2 1 32 36 19 15 19 30 4 3 4 4 1 2 1 2 5 8 9 10 9 17 15 16 25 24 29 3 3 2 1 4 1 2 1 1 1 61 59 51 60 70 65 35 56 54 59 57 73 10 10 7 12 10 6 1 5 2 4 1 4 6 2 5 4 5 2 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 7 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 4 3 1 9 3 1 2 5 4 9 5 6

Trends in Degrees Awarded by College and Major: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (continued) Cip KU 2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Code Code Degree Major 090702 27482 BS Electronic Media/CIS 1 1 1 1 090702 27483 BS Electronic Media/Journalism/Pub. Rel. 10 9 14 13 20 14 090702 27484 BS Electronic Media/Meteorology/Geo. 1 16 2 1 2 090702 27485 BS Electronic Media/Multi-Discipline 6 7 16 23 17 090702 27486 BS Electronic Media/Music 2 1 2 1 090702 27487 BS Electronic Meda/Psychology 1 1 1 4 2 4 090702 27488 BS Electronic Media/Public Admin. 1 3 2 5 3 2 090702 27489 BS Electronic Media/Sociology 3 3 4 4 2 090702 27490 BS Electronic Media/Speech & Theatre 7 4 7 7 10 7 440701 27705 BSW Social Work 24 26 16 10 14 35 451101 28000 BA Sociology 23 19 16 30 39 29 451101 28001 BA Sociology/Paralegel Studies 1 160905 28300 BA Spanish 3 7 6 7 3 8 Liberal Arts and Sciences Total 531 559 535 664 691 762 College of Education Cip KU Code Code Degree 310101 34030 BS 250101 34050 BS 131202 35008 BSED 131202 35013 BSED 131202 35014 BSED 131209 35016 BSED 131202 35024 BSED 131202 35044 BSED 131202 35045 BSED 131202 35046 BSED 131202 35047 BSED 131202 35051 BSED 131202 35052 BSED 131202 35056 BSED 131202 35062 BSED 131202 35064 BSED 131202 35072 BSED 131202 35076 BSED 131202 35080 BSED 131202 35084 BSED 131202 35085 BSED 131202 35086 BSED 131202 35087 BSED 250101 36000 BSED 250101 36001 BSED 260101 37005 BSED 400501 37009 BSED 450101 37010 BSED

Major Leisure and Sport Study Library Science El Ed Art Education El Ed Coaching Ed El Ed Dance El Ed Early Childhood Education El Ed English El Ed Geography El Ed Health & Wellness El Ed History El Ed Instructional Technology El Ed Life Sciences El Ed Mathematics El Ed Music El Ed Psychology El Ed Reading El Ed Science El Ed Social Studies El Ed Spanish El Ed Speech & Theatre El Ed Speech El Ed Sports Pedagogy El Ed Urban Education Library Science Library Science with Elu Certificate Sec Ed Biology Science Sec Ed Chemistry Sec Ed Citizen Education/Geography (continued)

51

2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 1 5 26 3 3 3 4 4 1 3 2 1 8 1 2 3 53 62 58 53 55 52 11 6 5 6 4 6 1 1 1 4 3 1 2 5 3 1 1 18 18 20 29 27 24 2 5 19 13 14 12 14 10 42 51 43 33 48 45 9 6 6 8 5 4 4 9 11 19 10 13 4 7 4 7 6 3 4 1 2 3 5 1 3 4 3 1 4 3 13 18 13 12 10 8 2 3 3 6 3 4 10 5 1 1 3 1 2 2 1 1

Trends in Degrees Awarded by College and Major: College of Education (continued) Cip KU 2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Code Code Degree Major 450101 37011 BSED Sec Ed Citizen Education/History 1 15 25 26 34 37 450101 37012 BSED Sec Ed Citizen Education/Civ & Gov 2 1 231001 37013 BSED Sec Ed Communication 1 1 1 400601 37021 BSED Sec Ed/ESS/Astronomy 1 400601 37025 BSED Sec Ed/ESS/Geology 2 1 1 3 230101 37031 BSED Sec Ed English 30 20 16 15 20 22 160901 37033 BSED Sec Ed French 1 2 1 160905 37045 BSED Sec Ed Spanish 7 3 4 3 2 4 300101 37053 BSED Sec Ed General Science/Biology 1 3 4 1 300101 37061 BSED Sec Ed General Science/Earth - Space 1 2 270101 37069 BSED Sec Ed Mathematics 5 7 7 12 21 17 400801 37071 BSED Sec Ed Physics & Mathematics 1 2 1 1 1 400801 37073 BSED Sec Ed Physics 1 450101 37081 BSED Sec Ed SS/Economics 1 450101 37089 BSED Sec Ed SS/History 24 7 2 1 1 450101 37092 BSED Sec Ed SS/Political Science 1 450101 37095 BSED Sec Ed SS/Sociology 1 450101 37096 BSED Sec Ed SS/Psychology 2 2 450101 37098 BSED Sec Ed Soc Sci/Psychology 3 2 1 450101 37099 BSED Sec Ed Soc Sci/Sociology 3 1 1 131009 38010 BSED SPU/Visually Impaired 12 3 131009 38011 BSED SPU/Visual Impairment 4 7 19 9 10 8 131001 38020 BSED SPU/Mentally & Phys. Handicapped 71 74 71 78 78 73 131012 38030 BSED SPU/Speech Language Pathology 11 7 8 13 8 9 Education Total 382 381 361 363 383 388 College of Business Cip KU Code Code Degree 520301 41030 BSBA 520601 41033 BSBA 520201 41036 BSBA 521001 41039 BSBA 521401 41042 BSBA 521101 41045 BSBA 520801 41047 BSBA 450601 42100 BA

2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Major Business Administration/Accounting 24 22 25 21 32 30 Business Administration/Economics 2 1 Business Administration/General 4 3 1 1 Business Administration/Management 57 63 95 104 91 102 Business Administration/Marketing 60 81 61 78 77 74 Business Administration/International 5 6 6 6 6 10 Business Administration/Finance 25 15 13 16 14 12 Economics 1 Business Total 177 191 201 227 220 228

College of Graduate Studies Cip KU Code Code Degree Major 520201 51000 MBA Business Administration 110103 51600 MS Computer and Information Science 110103 51610 MS CIS (Combined BS) 110103 51611 MS CSC (Combined BS) (continued)

52

2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 51 35 34 32 43 35 10 5 4 4 4 4 1 4 2 2 3

Trends in Degrees Awarded by College and Major: College of Graduate Studies (continued) Cip KU 2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Code Code Degree Major 420601 52100 MA Counseling Psychology 9 3 3 2 5 420601 52102 MA Counseling Psychology/Agency Coun. 4 3 5 4 6 420601 52110 MA Counseling Psy.-Marital&Fam. Therapy 3 2 8 7 7 5 230101 52400 MA English 3 3 6 6 5 8 250101 56000 MLS Library Science 19 27 25 15 20 15 500701 57002 MED Art Education 9 7 8 15 13 14 260101 57005 MED Secondary Education/Biology 1 3 2 3 2 131102 57008 MED Student Affairs in Higher Education 10 1 3 3 3 1 131205 57009 MED Secondary Education/Curr. & Inst. 25 25 28 24 21 24 131202 57010 MED Elementary Education 23 69 28 13 34 10 131202 57011 MED Elementary Education with Ext. of Cert. 9 9 9 3 4 3 230101 57013 MED Secondary Education/English 4 4 6 3 3 3 131101 57016 MED Counseling Secondary Education 17 15 8 7 3 131101 57017 MED Secondary School Coun./License 2 1 2 5 7 7 131101 57018 MED Secondary School Coun./Cert. 1 3 4 3 7 131101 57019 MED Counseling Elementary Education 5 9 6 6 4 131101 57020 MED Elementary School Coun./License 2 3 2 7 4 131101 57021 MED Elementary School Coun./Cert 2 1 2 131315 57022 MED Reading Specialist 23 14 26 26 27 29 450101 57026 MED Secondary Education/Social Studies 6 2 2 5 6 3 270101 57069 MED Secondary Education/Mathematics 2 7 3 4 131102 57071 MED Stu Aff/Cslg/License 4 131102 57072 MED Stu Aff/Admin 3 3 8 1 130501 57100 MED Instructional Technology 1 1 5 10 15 6 130501 57101 MED Instructional Tech/Digital Class Tech 4 4 440401 57500 MPA Public Administration 9 6 7 9 3 13 090702 58000 MS Telecommunications 2 1 1 090702 58001 MS Electronic Media 1 1 10 2 9 440701 58200 MSW Social Work 11 10 13 18 Graduate Total 242 248 248 244 280 242

University Totals

53

1570

1615

1622

1737

1831

1873

Degrees Awarded by Ethnicity: Females 2002 2003

2003 2004

2004 2005

2005 2006

2006 2007

2007 2008

Undergraduate African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Undergraduates

14 5 15 2 783 2 19 840

17 5 21 2 829 1 11 886

21 5 21 2 810 3 8 870

32 9 23 0 838 5 14 921

41 9 29 4 878 4 14 979

56 15 43 7 883 10 5 1019

Graduate African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Graduates

6 12 6 1 141 0 0 166

35 4 6 1 150 0 5 201

3 1 6 3 161 0 3 177

5 4 3 1 142 1 9 165

1 1 6 2 175 1 17 203

6 3 4 1 130 2 9 155

Combined African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Combined

20 17 21 3 924 2 19 1006

52 9 27 3 979 1 16 1087

24 6 27 5 971 3 11 1047

37 13 26 1 980 6 23 1086

42 10 35 6 1053 5 31 1182

62 18 47 8 1013 12 14 1174

54

Degrees Awarded by Ethnicity: Males 2002 2003

2003 2004

2004 2005

2005 2006

2006 2007

2007 2008

Undergraduate African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Undergraduates

20 5 13 1 438 1 10 488

14 8 14 0 435 0 10 481

24 5 12 1 449 2 11 504

35 7 15 0 503 2 10 572

29 8 18 1 508 2 6 572

37 6 19 2 541 3 4 612

Graduate African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Graduates

4 1 2 0 67 0 2 76

4 3 1 0 37 0 2 47

2 2 0 0 61 1 5 71

6 4 1 0 60 1 7 79

2 1 3 0 68 1 2 77

4 1 2 2 69 1 8 87

Combined African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Combined

24 6 15 1 505 1 12 564

18 11 15 0 472 0 12 528

26 7 12 1 510 3 16 575

41 11 16 0 563 3 17 651

31 9 21 1 576 3 8 649

41 7 21 4 610 4 12 699

55

Degrees Awarded by Ethnicity: All Students 2002 2003

2003 2004

2004 2005

2005 2006

2006 2007

2007 2008

Undergraduate African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Undergraduates

34 10 28 3 1221 3 29 1328

31 13 35 2 1264 1 21 1367

45 10 33 3 1259 5 19 1374

67 16 38 0 1341 7 24 1493

70 17 47 5 1386 6 20 1551

93 21 62 9 1424 13 9 1631

Graduate African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Graduates

10 13 8 1 208 0 2 242

39 7 7 1 187 0 7 248

5 3 6 3 222 1 8 248

11 8 4 1 202 2 16 244

3 2 9 2 243 2 19 280

10 4 6 3 199 3 17 242

Combined African-American Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Native American White Multiracial Unknown Total Combined

44 23 36 4 1429 3 31 1570

70 20 42 3 1451 1 28 1615

50 13 39 6 1481 6 27 1622

78 24 42 1 1543 9 40 1737

73 19 56 7 1629 8 39 1831

103 25 68 12 1623 16 26 1873

56

All Active Staff For Fall 2008:

President INTERNAL AUDITOR KU RESEARCH CENTER HUMAN DIVERSITY/ADA COMPLIANCE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE UNIVERSITY SENATE WOMEN'S CENTER President Total

Academic Affairs Administrative Offices PROVOST'S OFFICE/ASSESSMENT OUTCOMES ACAD ADV/ACAD ENR/ACT101/TALENT/TRIO/UB ADMISSIONS OFFICE ASSISTANT TO THE PROVOST FINANCIAL AID GRANTS AND SPONSORED PROJECTS HONOR'S PROGRAM INST. RESEARCH & SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES & INITIATIVES MULTICULTURAL CENTER REGISTRAR'S OFFICE ROHRBACH LIBRARY TV SERVICES Administrative Offices Total

College of Business DEAN, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ACCOUNTING & FINANCE ECONOMICS MANAGEMENT MARKETING SBDC/STATE SBDC/UNIVERSITY MATCH College of Business Total

College of Education DEAN, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION EARLY LEARNING CENTER ELEMENTARY EDUCATION HUMAN KINETICS LIBRARY SCIENCE/INSTRUCTIONAL TECH. STUDENT TEACHING SECONDARY EDUCATION SPECIAL EDUCATION College of Education Total

College of Graduate Studies DEAN, COLLEGE OF GRAD STUDIES/EXT LRNG COUNSELING & HUMAN SERVICES LIFELONG LEARNING College of Graduate Studies Total

ed C rafts (H60 ) Serv ice/ Ma (H70 int )

Skill

T ec h / Par a (H 50)

40) al (H Cleri c Sec/

NonFa (H30 culty ) Prof/

Division / Department

F ac u lty (H 20)

Exec Adm utive/ inist ra (H10 tive )

FTE Reported By EEO Code Within Division/Department

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

3.00

2.00 1.00

0.00

3.00 20.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

1.00 8.00

5.00

0.00

2.00 3.00 11.00

3.00 5.00 6.00

1.00 1.00

7.00 1.00

6.00 1.00 1.00

8.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 13.00 33.00

2.00 43.00

1.00

42.00

11.60 11.60

2.00 24.53 10.58 8.58 1.00 2.00

6.00 9.02 58.71

1.00

1.00 1.00

8.00 1.00 2.00

57

8.00

2.00 1.00 8.00 3.00 36.00

12.00 2.00 16.00

0.00

0.00

9.00 29.00 18.00 1.00 14.00 2.00 1.00 9.00 4.00 4.00 12.00 29.00 4.00 136.00

0.00

0.00

3.00 17.25 5.00 13.25 8.50 14.40 61.40

0.00

4.00 0.50 25.53 11.58 9.58 2.00 7.00 10.02 70.21

0.00

4.00 9.00 2.50 15.50

2.00 1.00

16.25 5.00 13.25 7.50 1.00 2.00

0.00

1.00 1.00 5.00 4.00 1.00 1.00 13.00

2.00 2.00 1.00

1.00 5.00

0.50 1.50

1.00 1.80 5.80 2.00 0.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 8.50 2.00 1.00 1.00 4.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Totals

All Active Staff For Fall 2008:

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Total

College of Visual & Performing Arts DEAN, COLL. OF VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS ART EDUCATION & CRAFTS COMMUNICATION DESIGN FINE ARTS MUSIC/APPLIED MUSIC LESSON PERFORMING ARTS PRODUCTION COORDINATOR SPEECH COMM & THEATRE College of Visual & Performing Arts Total

Academic Affairs Total Administration & Finance VICE-PRES. FOR ADMIN. & FINANCE ACCOUNTING OFFICE ACCOUNTS PAYABLE OFFICE ADM SERVICES/DINING SERVICES BUDGET OFFICE BURSAR'S OFFICE CARPENTRY SHOP CENTRAL HEATING PLANT COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE/ACAD ADMIN SYS CUSTODIAL SERVICES ELECTRICAL SHOP ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY FACILITIES PROJ SVCS GROUNDSKEEPING HUMAN RESOURCES/HR TRAINING CENTER LABOR/RECYCLING CREW LOCKSMITH SHOP MAIL SERVICES ONE-CARD OFFICE

1.00

11.75 10.00 7.00 40.00 8.00 14.60 25.00 21.00 7.25 6.00 23.58 8.50 19.50 10.75 1.00 243.18

1.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 17.50

0.00

1.64 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

19.33 12.33 19.92 21.22 1.00 1.60 2.60 60.70

1.00 6.64 78.44

1.00 4.00 1.00

1.00

1.00 4.00

2.00

3.00

ed C rafts (H60 ) Serv ice/ Ma (H70 int )

T ec h / Par a (H 50)

40) al (H Cleri c

2.00

1.00

31.08 1.00 103.88 16.00 488.77

Sec/

NonFa (H30 culty ) Prof/

1.00 10.00 20.25

Skill

Academic Affairs (continued) College of Liberal Arts & Sciences DEAN, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES ANTHROPOLOGY/SOCIOLOGY BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES BIOLOGY/PHYSICAL SCI. STOREROOM COMPUTER SCIENCE CRIMINAL JUSTICE ELECTRONIC MEDIA ENGLISH GEOGRAPHY HISTORY MATH MODERN LANGUAGE STUDIES NURSING PHILOSOPHY PHYSICAL SCIENCES POLITICAL SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGY SOCIAL WORK

F ac u lty (H 20)

Division / Department

Exec Adm utive/ inist ra (H10 tive )

FTE Reported By EEO Code Within Division/Department

Totals

0.00

0.00

4.00 10.00 21.25 1.00 12.75 11.00 8.00 41.00 9.00 15.60 26.00 22.00 8.25 6.50 24.58 9.50 20.50 11.75 262.68

0.00 0.00

3.64 20.33 13.33 20.92 22.22 1.00 33.68 115.12 660.91

1.00

0.00 16.00

1.00 1.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 5.00

2.00

1.00 1.00 1.00

5.00 54.00 4.00

2.00

1.00 4.00

1.00 1.00

1.00

1.00

5.00

5.80

1.00

1.93

58

4.00 1.00

4.00

8.00

2.00 2.00

4.00

2.00 5.00 2.00 6.00 1.00 6.00 5.00 6.00 3.00 55.00 4.00 2.00 8.00 12.00 12.80 6.00 2.00 4.00 2.93

All Active Staff For Fall 2008:

Administration & Finance (continued) OPERATION & MAINT. OF BUILDINGS PAINTING SHOP PHYSICAL FACILITIES ADMINISTRATION PLUMBING SHOP PURCHASING OFFICE ROOFING SHOP SAFETY SPECIALIST SOCIAL EQUITY STUDENT UNION BUILDING STUDENT UNION CUSTODIANS TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIVERSITY STOREROOM UTILITIES & FUEL VEHICLE MAINTENANCE Administration & Finance Total

Advancement VICE PRES. FOR UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT ALUMNI OFFICE CONFERENCES SVCS COPY CENTER CULTURAL AFFAIRS DEVELOPMENT OFFICE RADIO STATION SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE UNIVERSITY RELATIONS Advancement Total

Information Technology Services VP FOR INFO TECH SERVICES INFRASTRUCT DESIGN/BOG INSTR TECH TELEPHONE SERVICES Information Technology Services Total

Student Affairs VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS ASSOCIATE VP FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER COUNSELING & PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER HOUSING & RESIDENCE/RES TECH AUX INTERCOLL ATHLET/SPORTS MED/ATHLETIC DEV NEW STUDENT PROGRAMS PUBLIC SAFETY REC SRVS AUX RECREATION CENTER CUSTODIANS RESIDENCE HALL CUSTODIANS STUDENT ACTIVITIES STUDENT CONDUCT STANDARDS Student Affairs Total

Total FTE

2.00

4.00 1.00 5.00

ed C rafts (H60 ) Serv ice/ Ma (H70 int )

Skill

T ec h / Par a (H 50)

40) al (H Cleri c Sec/

NonFa (H30 culty ) Prof/

Division / Department

F ac u lty (H 20)

Exec Adm utive/ inist ra (H10 tive )

FTE Reported By EEO Code Within Division/Department

7.00 2.00

1.00

3.00

1.00

2.00 4.00 1.00

1.00

1.00 2.00

1.00 2.00

1.00

10.00

0.00

2.00

36.93

27.80

1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00

2.00

0.00

1.00 3.00 4.00

0.00

0.53 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

1.00 1.00 5.00 10.00

2.00 7.53

15.00

1.00 2.00

15.00

3.00

1.00 2.00 1.00 9.00 14.00 29.62 2.00 2.00 2.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 4.50 5.00 2.00

1.00

5.00 1.00

2.00 9.00 38.00

1.00 81.00

3.00 202.73

0.00

2.53 3.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 7.00 20.53

0.00

3.00 20.00 1.00 24.00

1.00

1.00

0.00

1.00 1.00 2.00

0.00

1.00 6.00

1.00 1.00 6.00 1.00

3.00 1.00

14.00 3.00 42.00

12.00

1.00 1.00 64.62

40.00 500.77

192.25

1.00 5.00

59

1.00 2.00 21.50

8.00 2.00 8.00 5.00 5.00 4.00 1.00 3.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 3.00

3.00

1.00 1.00 1.00

Totals

1.00

0.00

59.00

2.00 2.00 3.00 8.00 14.50 20.00 37.62 2.00 20.00 3.00 3.00 42.00 2.00 4.00 163.12

143.27 29.00 39.00 140.00 1084.30

All Active Staff For Fall 2008: Reported By Ethnicity Within Division/Department Asian / AfricanNative Pacific American American Islander

Division / Department

M

President INTERNAL AUDITOR KU RESEARCH CENTER HUMAN DIVERSITY/ADA COMPLIANCE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE UNIVERSITY SENATE WOMEN'S CENTER President Total

Academic Affairs Administrative Offices PROVOST'S OFFICE/ASSESSMENT OUTCOMES ACAD ADV/ACAD ENR/ACT101/TALENT/TRIO/UB ADMISSIONS OFFICE ASSISTANT TO THE PROVOST FINANCIAL AID GRANTS AND SPONSORED PROJECTS HONOR'S PROGRAM INST. RESEARCH & SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT

F

College of Business DEAN, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ACCOUNTING & FINANCE ECONOMICS MANAGEMENT MARKETING SBDC/STATE SBDC/UNIVERSITY MATCH College of Business Total

1

3

1 1

1 2

1

1

Hispanic

F

M

F

White M

Total

F

M

1

0

0

0

0

1

0 1 5 2 1 1 10

1 1 5 4 1 1 13

2 7 5 1 2 1 0 6 0 0 1 12 4 41

6 23 13 0 12 1 1 3 4 4 11 17 0 95

8 30 18 1 14 2 1 9 4 4 12 29 4 136

2 3 4 14

1 15 5 13 6 11 51

2 5 0 2 3 4 16

3 20 5 15 9 15 67

0

3 5 24

2 1 21 8 10 2 4 6 54

2 0 6 6 2 0 3 5 24

2 1 23 8 10 2 4 7 57

4 1 29 14 12 2 7 12 81

0

2 1 3

2 6 2 10

0 2 1 3

4 7 2 13

4 9 3 16

1

1

1

1

1 2

2 1 1

1 4 4 1 1 1

1

1

5 1 1 2

4

8

1

0

1

1

0

1

2 1 1

2

4

2

1

1

4

7

1 11 4 33

0

1 13 3 12 5 10 44

1 2

0

0

0

1 1

2 2

0

1 3

6 6 2

0

0

0

0

0

2 1 0

60

3

0

0

0

0

0

Total

F

1 0 0 2 0 0 3

1 3

1

College of Graduate Studies DEAN, COLLEGE OF GRAD STUDIES/EXT LRNG COUNSELING & HUMAN SERVICES LIFELONG LEARNING College of Graduate Studies Total

M

2 1

1

College of Education DEAN, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION EARLY LEARNING CENTER ELEMENTARY EDUCATION HUMAN KINETICS LIBRARY SCIENCE/INSTRUCTIONAL TECH. STUDENT TEACHING SECONDARY EDUCATION SPECIAL EDUCATION College of Education Total

F

1

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES & INITIATIVES MULTICULTURAL CENTER REGISTRAR'S OFFICE ROHRBACH LIBRARY TV SERVICES Administrative Offices Total

M

1 1 6

4 20 9 10 1 1 3 4 2 10 14 78

2 3

All Active Staff For Fall 2008: Reported By Ethnicity Within Division/Department

Division / Department

Asian / AfricanNative Pacific American American Islander M

Academic Affairs (continued) College of Liberal Arts & Sciences DEAN, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES ANTHROPOLOGY/SOCIOLOGY BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES BIOLOGY/PHYSICAL SCI. STOREROOM COMPUTER SCIENCE CRIMINAL JUSTICE ELECTRONIC MEDIA ENGLISH GEOGRAPHY HISTORY MATH MODERN LANGUAGE STUDIES NURSING PHILOSOPHY PHYSICAL SCIENCES POLITICAL SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGY SOCIAL WORK College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Total

College of Visual & Performing Arts DEAN, COLL. OF VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS ART EDUCATION & CRAFTS COMMUNICATION DESIGN FINE ARTS MUSIC/APPLIED MUSIC LESSON PERFORMING ARTS PRODUCTION COORDINATOR SPEECH COMM & THEATRE College of Visual & Performing Arts Total

Academic Affairs Total Administration & Finance VICE-PRES. FOR ADMIN. & FINANCE ACCOUNTING OFFICE ACCOUNTS PAYABLE OFFICE ADM SERVICES/DINING SERVICES BUDGET OFFICE BURSAR'S OFFICE CARPENTRY SHOP CENTRAL HEATING PLANT COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE/ACAD ADMIN SYS CUSTODIAL SERVICES ELECTRICAL SHOP ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY FACILITIES PROJ SVCS GROUNDSKEEPING HUMAN RESOURCES/HR TRAINING CENTER LABOR/RECYCLING CREW LOCKSMITH SHOP MAIL SERVICES ONE-CARD OFFICE

F

M

F

M

Hispanic

F

M

F

1 1 1 3 1

1

1

1

3

2 1

1 1

4 22 14 22 30 1 35 128 701

1

3

5

1 3

1

0

13

2 9

6

1 1 1

2

1 1

1 3 20

1 4 16

1

1 14

1 18

1 2

0 1

0 11

1 7

1

1

1

1

1

3

2

2

1 1 1

61

1 1

1 1 1

1

Total

F

2 2 2 2 9 12 9 13 7 6 8 6 9 9 12 10 1 13 14 14 16 1 1 0 16 17 17 18 1 56 61 61 67 15 282 322 329 372

1

2 2 1 3 1 7

M

4 10 22 1 13 11 8 41 9 16 26 25 9 7 25 11 21 14 273

1

1

Total

F

1 2 1 3 4 5 4 6 9 10 9 13 1 1 0 7 3 10 3 6 3 8 3 3 4 4 4 20 18 22 19 8 1 8 1 10 3 12 4 11 9 15 11 2 13 5 20 1 8 1 8 4 1 6 1 13 10 15 10 7 3 8 3 11 6 15 6 4 6 5 9 122 105 149 124

2

1

White M

1

4 2 5 4

4 6 2 17 4 1 5 11 1 5 2 1 1

1 30 1 3 1 8

2 2

1 1 0 0 0 1 5 6 2 21 4 1 5 11 1 6 2 2 1

1 4 2 6 1 5 0 0 1 34 0 1 3 1 12 0 0 2 2

2 5 2 6 1 6 5 6 3 55 4 2 8 12 13 6 2 4 3

All Active Staff For Fall 2008: Reported By Ethnicity Within Division/Department Asian / AfricanNative Pacific American American Islander

Division / Department

M

Administration & Finance (continued) OPERATION & MAINT. OF BUILDINGS PAINTING SHOP PHYSICAL FACILITIES ADMINISTRATION PLUMBING SHOP PURCHASING OFFICE ROOFING SHOP SAFETY SPECIALIST SOCIAL EQUITY STUDENT UNION BUILDING STUDENT UNION CUSTODIANS TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIVERSITY STOREROOM UTILITIES & FUEL VEHICLE MAINTENANCE Administration & Finance Total

F

M

F

M

Hispanic

F

M

2

3

5

2

0

1

3

Student Affairs VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS ASSOCIATE VP FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER COUNSELING & PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER HOUSING & RESIDENCE/RES TECH AUX INTERCOLL ATHLET/SPORTS MED/ATHLETIC DEV NEW STUDENT PROGRAMS PUBLIC SAFETY REC SRVS AUX RECREATION CENTER CUSTODIANS RESIDENCE HALL CUSTODIANS STUDENT ACTIVITIES STUDENT CONDUCT STANDARDS Student Affairs Total

University Totals

1

1

7

2 3 4 3 1 3 6 100

1 1 1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1 1

0

1 1 1 2 8

0

1 15 1 17

1 0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

3

1

5 34 1 13 1

1 1 2

2

1 1

1

2

1 1

1

6

3

0

0

1

1

4

24

29

4

1

22

20

25

62

M

6

1

1

Total

F

4 5 2 4 1

Information Technology Services VP FOR INFO TECH SERVICES INFRASTRUCT DESIGN/BOG INSTR TECH TELEPHONE SERVICES Information Technology Services Total

White M

1

Advancement VICE PRES. FOR UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT ALUMNI OFFICE CONFERENCES SVCS COPY CENTER CULTURAL AFFAIRS DEVELOPMENT OFFICE RADIO STATION SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE UNIVERSITY RELATIONS Advancement Total

F

18

2

1 76

24 484

Total

F

8 1 4 5 2 4 1 1 2 4 4 3 1 3 113

0 1 4 0 3 0 0 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 90

8 2 8 5 5 4 1 3 5 5 5 3 1 3 203

0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 3 9

3 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 5 13

3 3 2 1 1 2 1 1 8 22

6

1 16 1 18

2 4 0 6

3 20 1 24

1 2 3 4 19 10 14 1 4 2 2 22 2 3 89

1 0 0 3 0 7 37 1 15 1 1 20 0 1 87

1 2 3 5 20 13 14 1 5 2 2 22 2 3 95

2 2 3 8 20 20 51 2 20 3 3 42 2 4 182

1 4 2

1 3 1 1

76

3 2 1 1 1

5 13

2 4

512 559 586 1145

Kutztown University Personnel by EEO6 Category and Ethnicity for Fall 2008 Combined Asian / Pacific AfricanNative Category American American Islander Hispanic Executive/ Administrative/ Managerial (H10) 6 0 0 3 Faculty (H20) 19 3 34 17 Professional Non-Faculty (H30) 12 0 3 11 Secretarial/ Clerical (H40) 9 1 3 4 Technical/ Paraprofessional(H50) 1 0 0 4 Skilled Crafts (H60) 1 0 0 3 Service/ Maintenance (H70) 5 1 2 7 Total 53 5 42 49

White 31 465 186 130 24 35 125 996

Totals 40 538 212 147 29 39 140 1145

Female Category Executive/ Administrative/ Managerial (H10) Faculty (H20) Professional Non-Faculty (H30) Secretarial/ Clerical (H40) Technical/ Paraprofessional(H50) Skilled Crafts (H60) Service/ Maintenance (H70) Sub-total

Asian / Pacific AfricanNative American American Islander Hispanic 3 8 1 14 9 8 2 7 8 2 4 1 3 1 29

1

2 20

1 24

White 9 220 89 120 15 2 57 512

Totals 12 252 106 134 19 2 61 586

Male Asian / Pacific AfricanNative Category American American Islander Hispanic Executive/ Administrative/ Managerial (H10) 3 3 Faculty (H20) 11 2 20 8 Professional Non-Faculty (H30) 4 1 4 Secretarial/ Clerical (H40) 1 1 1 Technical/ Paraprofessional(H50) 1 Skilled Crafts (H60) 1 3 Service/ Maintenance (H70) 4 1 6 Sub-total 24 4 22 25

63

White 22 245 97 10 9 33 68 484

Totals 28 286 106 13 10 37 79 559

Kutztown UniversityPersonnel by EEO6 Category and Highest Degree for Fall 2008 Combined

Category Doctorate Exec./ Admin./ Managerial (H10) 15 Faculty (H20) 304 Professional Non-Faculty (H30) 2 Secretarial/ Clerical (H40) 0 Technical/ Paraprofessional(H50) 0 Skilled Crafts (H60) 0 Service/ Maintenance (H70) 0 Totals 321

Masters Bachelors 18 7 225 9 72 105 2 26 2 7 0 1 1 5 320 160

RN

Masters

RN

0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3

Associates Non-Degree 0 0 0 0 4 26 22 97 4 16 0 38 10 124 40 301

Totals 40 538 212 147 29 39 140 1145

Associates Non-Degree

Totals 12 252 106 134 19 2 61 586

Female

Category Doctorate Exec./ Admin./ Managerial (H10) 4 Faculty (H20) 131 Professional Non-Faculty (H30) 2 Secretarial/ Clerical (H40) Technical/ Paraprofessional(H50) Skilled Crafts (H60) Service/ Maintenance (H70) Totals 137

6 119 35 2

Bachelors 2 2 56 21 3

1 163

2 86

3

3

1 20 4 4 29

9 91 12 2 54 168

Male

Category Doctorate Exec./ Admin./ Managerial (H10) 11 Faculty (H20) 173 Professional Non-Faculty (H30) Secretarial/ Clerical (H40) Technical/ Paraprofessional(H50) Skilled Crafts (H60) Service/ Maintenance (H70) Totals 184

Masters Bachelors 12 5 106 7 37 49 5 2 4 1 3 157 74

64

RN

Associates Non-Degree

3 2

0

6 11

17 6 4 36 70 133

Totals 28 286 106 13 10 37 79 559

Kutztown University Faculty by Rank and Tenure Track for Fall 2008 Combined Rank

On-Tenure Track

Tenured

Professor

Non-Tenure Track

Total

98

2

2

102

Associate Professor

102

9

2

113

Assistant Professor

37

116

36

189

1

15

118

134

238

142

158

538

Instructor Totals

Female Rank

On-Tenure Track

Tenured

Non-Tenure Track

Total

Professor

37

Associate Professor

43

4

Assistant Professor

24

51

15

90

1

10

67

78

105

65

82

252

Instructor Totals

37 47

Male Rank

Non-Tenure Track

On-Tenure Track

Tenured

Total

Professor

61

2

2

65

Associate Professor

59

5

2

66

Assistant Professor

13

65

21

99

5

51

56

77

76

286

Instructor Totals

133 65

Kutztown University Faculty by Highest Degree and Tenure Track for Fall 2008 Combined Highest Degree Doctorate Masters Bachelors Total

Tenured Status

On-Tenure Track

Non-Tenure Track

Total

169

97

38

304

69

43

113

225

0

2

7

9

238

142

158

538

Female Highest Degree

On-Tenure Track Tenured Status

Non-Tenure Track

Total

Doctorate

69

44

18

131

Masters

36

21

62

119

2

2

82

252

Bachelors Total

105

65

Male Highest Degree Doctorate Masters

On-Tenure Track Tenured Status

Total

100

53

20

173

33

22

51

106

2

5

7

77

76

286

Bachelors Total

Non-Tenure Track

133

66

Kutztown University Faculty by Tenure Track and Ethnicity for Fall 2008 Combined AfricanAmerica n

Category Tenured

Asian / Native Pacific America Islander Hispanic n

White

Totals

11

7

6

1

213

238

On-Tenure Track

5

18

4

0

115

142

Non-Tenured Track

3

9

7

2

137

158

19

34

17

3

465

538

Total

Female AfricanAmerica n

Category

Asian / Native Pacific America Islander Hispanic n

White

Totals

Tenured

3

3

1

98

105

On-Tenure Track

3

6

4

52

65

Non-Tenured Track

2

5

4

1

70

82

8

14

9

1

220

252

Total

Male AfricanAmerica n

Category

Asian / Native Pacific America Islander Hispanic n

Tenured

8

4

On-Tenure Track

2

12

Non-Tenured Track

1

4

3

11

20

8

Total

67

5

1

White

Totals

115

133

63

77

1

67

76

2

245

286

Trends in Revenue and Expenditures Revenue Tuition and fees

2002-2003*

2003-2004

2004-2005

2005-2006

2006-2007

2007-2008

47,594,449

52,174,892

57,152,580

61,537,667

64,387,100

67,657,770

32,576,589

32,173,480

34,991,400

37,428,700

40,927,256

42,569,991

Federal

5,648,409

6,341,695

6,666,703

6,689,263

7,009,371

7,746,859

State and Local

7,070,240

7,574,846

8,273,152

9,211,407

9,778,109

9,658,803

959,834

1,041,590

1,222,495

1,143,125

1,624,495

1,326,086

5,257

23,781

18,201

23,601

31,869

1,552

2,027,493

1,746,823

2,498,855

2,926,840

3,583,841

3,335,977

17,485,950

21,352,492

28,240,091

28,348,493

31,899,149

33,906,499

4,360,191

1,621,712

2,219,847

3,334,704

5,933,488

6,754,121

117,728,412

124,051,311

141,283,324 150,643,800

165,174,678

172,957,658

2004-2005

2006-2007

2007-2008

State

Private gifts, grants, contracts Endowment income Activities of Educational Departments Auxiliary enterprises Income from Other Investments and Other Sources Total Revenue

Expenditures And Transfers Education and General Instruction

2002-2003*

2003-2004

2005-2006

42,074,046

43,753,293

44,898,011

45,845,638

49,486,933

51,670,060

178,241

193,392

168,965

169,039

295,396

269,200

Public service

1,590,976

2,434,895

2,628,847

2,832,094

2,816,885

2,890,456

Academic support

9,826,777

9,168,292

9,606,600

9,975,953

11,711,325

12,413,336

Student services

7,906,701

8,801,023

8,806,762

9,526,386

10,306,448

12,037,421

General Institutional support Operations and maintenance of plant

12,227,859

13,588,989

15,420,909

17,599,124

18,071,820

18,982,266

12,233,372

13,695,148

14,624,587

16,871,543

18,904,464

20,314,643

Student Aid Education and General Subtotal

11,507,572

12,483,548

14,241,990

15,122,041

16,565,679

16,897,074

97,545,544

104,118,580

110,396,671

117,941,818 128,158,950

135,474,456

Auxiliary Enterprises

13,983,247

17,486,814

20,925,168

Total Expenditures and Transfers

111,528,791

121,605,394

64,102,249

65.7%

Research

Education and General Personnel Compensation and Benefits Percentage of Education and General Personnel Compensation and Benefits to Total Education and General Expenditures Less Transfers

22,160,466

25,230,767

28,566,591

131,321,839 140,102,284

153,389,717 164,041,047

68,683,945

69,735,684

73,892,338

80,557,352

83,509,721

66.0%

63.2%

62.7%

62.9%

61.6%

*Starting in this year the Financial Statements are presented in accordance with Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB) Statement No. 35

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