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FACT BOOK UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA TAMP A, FI.DR IDA

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PREFACE The purpose or this Fact Book is to provide a quick and con-venient reference to the types of institutional statistical data often required by and of the University of South Florida. Present plans call for information in this book to be main-tained on a current basis so that it will be a continuing rather than static document. Replacement sheets will be distributed at appro-priate intervals. The frequency of distribution of such sheets will vary with the type of data and the rapidity of change. The book is divided into parts covering the broad areas indi-cated in the Table of Contents. Some overlapping is inevitable. In that connection, the data are presented in the areas most frequently associated with questions concerning those data. The material presented in this publication involves many judg-ments as to inclusion, exclusion, and form of presentation. It is likely that in any first effort either needed information will not be included or will be presented in a manner which does not serve the user with maximum utility. Suggestions as to additions, modification, or correction will be welcome and should be the Office. of Academic .-) /.'" arris W. Dean Acting President October 1, 1970 ii Affairs.

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PROCEDURES AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The basic data for this book were collected from vari ous d ivisions and offices of the University of South Florida. When such
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In this first issue (July, 1970) an .attempt has been made to cover the first decade of operation of the institution (students were first enrolled for the Fall Term of 1960). For some categories such a time span would provide too much data; those categories have been reduced in time coverage accordingly. Subsequent issues will revise and expand the Fact Book while keeping present tables up to date. In the interest of brevity, considerable details are omitted in some sections. If you desire related data not appearing in the Fact Book, it may be that such data are available from the Academic Services office. The word colleges in a title can be understood to mean divisions in Liberal Arts as well as colleges, iv

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AlH3REVlAT10NS AND D E FINI TIONS O F TERM S: Certain t erms and abhreviat ion s a r e used which m a y not b e clear to those who are not familiar w l t h the d ata. T hese terms a nd abbre v iations are l iste d h e r e fo r conv enient reference, Aca Serv. Act, Admin. Afro-Amer, Bus. Admin. Cons tr. Cont. Edu. Dept. Edu, Eng. Fiscal Year FTE FTE Faculty FTE Fiscal Year Student ( Fiscal Year FTES) FTE Student (FTES) Gen. Hrs. Instr. A c ademic Services Activities Administration Afro-American Studies Business Administration Construction Continuing Education is an extension program with classes held off campus. Department Education Engineering The fiscal year at the University of South Florida runs from July 1 through the following June 30. Full-time equivalent FTE Faculty consists of full time faculty plus part time faculty converted to full time equivalents. 45 quarter hours (30 semester hours) at the lower and upper levels or 36 quarter hours (24 semester hours) at the graduate level defines one FTE Fiscal Year Student. 15 credit hours at the lower and upper level or 12 credit hours at the graduate level defines one FTE Student (Academic term basis). General Hours Instruction v

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Lang Lit. Level Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Level Lib. Arts Mo. Nat. Sci. N.A. o.c.o. O.P.S. Priv. Prof, Soc. Sci. Stud. U.S.F. Yrs. Division of Languages and Literature FTE students are generated in this study according to the level of the course. For example, if a graduate student enrolls in an undergraduate level course, he is treated as an undergraduate enrollment. Refers to courses in the 100 and 200 number series (freshman and sophomore) Refers to the 300 and 400 series (junior and senior). Refers to the 500, 600, and 700 series of courses (post-baccalaureate --masters, doctoral). Liberal Arts Month Division of Natural Science Not Available Operating Capital Outlay --these are funds expended for equipment, such as furniture, typewriters, calculators, microscopes, etc. Other Personal Services --these are funds expended for payment of wages to part-time employees, such as student assistants, consultants, etc. Private Professor Division of Social Science Student University of South Florida Years vi

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HISTORY OF CALENDAR SYSTEMS: The University of South Florida has operated under three calendar systems: 1. Semester --Fall 1960 thru Summer 1962 2. Trimester --Fall 1962 thru Summer 1967 3. Quarter --Fall 1967 thru the present. vii

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Part I Part II Part III Part IV Part V Part VI TABt E OF CONTENTS Enrollment Degrees and Grades Faculty Staffing Patterns, Loads and Salaries Fiscal Analysis Physical Plant Library viii

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Table 1: Table 2: Table 3: Table 4: Table 5: Table 6: Table 7: Table 8: Table 9: Table 10: Table 11: Table 12: PART I ENROLLMENT TABLE OF CONTENTS Total University Enrollment --Fall Term Number of Applications for Admission and Resulting New Headcount Enrollment Fall Term Headcount Enrollment by Sex --Part Time and Full Time -Fall Term Headcount Enrollment by Sex and Marital Status --Fall Term Headcount Enrollment by Classification --Fall Term A. Undergraduate B. Graduate Florida Junior College Students Transferring to the University of South Florida --Fall Term On Campus Headcount Enrollment by Florida County --Fall Term On Campus Headcount Enrollment by State --Fall Term On Campus Headcount Enrollment by United States and Foreign Students --Fall Term Number of FTE Students by College and Level --Fall Term Number of FTE Fiscal Year Students by College and Level Student Statistics --Fall Term I -i

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Year 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 TABLE 1 TOTAL UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT FALL TERM Headcount On-Campus Cont Ed. Total 1,997 2 ,982 3,664 4,593 6;498 7,795 9 ,079 10 ,668 1,390 12,058 12 '334 1,472 13, 806 14,265 1,370 15,635 FTE Total 1,470 2,534 3,199 3,906 5,240 6,397 7,523 9, 716 11,170 13 ,156 NOTES: 15 student credit hours at the undergraduate level or 12 student credit hours at the graduate level equals one FTE student. FTE total includes both on-campus and continuing education (off-campus) enrollment from 1967 onward. SOURCES: Headcount --Articulation Services FTE --Academic Services per Section Size Report 1-1-1-USF/Aca.Serv./7-70

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Year 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 TABLE 2 NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS FOR ADMISSION ANO RESULTING NEW HEADCOUNT ENROLLME N T FALL TERM Applications Resulting for New Adiiiission Enrollment N.A. 1,997 N.A. 1,546 3,221 1,576 2 ,862 1,644 4,334 2 '786 5,507 3,308 5,446 3,153 6,224 5,209 8,031 5, 162 8,582 5,212 SOURCE: Articulation Services 1-2-1 Percent of Applicants Enrolled 48.9% 57.4 64.3 60.1 57.9 83.7 64.3 60.7 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 3 HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT BY SEX--l'ART TIME AND FULL TIME FALL TEHM Year Sex Part Time Full Time Total 1960 Male 426 767 1,193 Female 332 472 804 total 758 1,239 1,997 1961 Male 410 1,353 1, 763 Female 315 904 11219 Total 725 2,257 2 ,982 1962 Male 422 1,671 2,093 Female 313 11258 11571 Total 735 2,929 3,664 1963 Male 583 2,075 2,658 Female 455 11480 11935 Total 1,038 3,555 4,593 1964 Male 893 2 ,820 3,713 Female 819 11966 21 785 Total 1, 712 4, 786 6,498 1965 Male 851 3,570 4,421 Female 840 2,534 31374 Total 1,691 6,104 7,795 1966 Male 1,019 4,239 5,258 Female 11081 21740 31821 Total 2 ,100 6, 979 9,079 1967 Male 1,581 4,965 6,546 Female 21032 3,480 51512 Total 3,613 8,445 12 ,058 1968 Male 3,094 4,324 Female 31371 31017 61388 Total 6,465 7,341 13,806 1969 Male 3,045 5,786 8,831 Female 21908 31896 61804 Total 5,953 9,682 15 ,635 NOTE: Part time equals 11 hours or less, full time equals 12 hours or more. Part time/full time graduate enrollment data not available. Includes Cont. Ed. headcount enrollment from 1967 onward. SOURCE: Articulation Services 1-3-1 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 4 HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT BY SEX AND MARITAL STATUS FALL TERM Year Sex Married Single 1961 Male 83 1,680 Female 90 1,129 Total 173 2 ,809 1962 Male 378 1,715 Female 314 1,257 Total 692 2 ,972 1964 Male 859 2 ,854 Female 792 1,993 Total 1,651 4,847 1965 Male 905 3,516 Female 861 2,513 Total 1,766 6,029 1966 Male 1,142 4,116 Female 1,023 2,798 Total 2 ,165 6,914 1967 Male 1,733 4,813 Female 1,833 3,679 Total 3,566 8,492 1968 Male 2,147 5,271 Female 2,257 4,131 Total 4,404 9,402 1969 Male 2,603 6,228 Female 2,249 4,555 Total 4,852 10,783 NOTE: Data not available for 1960 or 1963, Includes Cont. Ed. headcount enrollment from 1967 onward, SOURCE: Articulation Services 1-4-1 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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Year 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 On-campus Cont Ed. Combined 1968 On-campus Cont. Ed. Combined 1969 On-campus Cont. Ed. Combined TABLE 5 A H E ADCOUNT ENROLLMENT BY CLASSIFICATION FALL TERM UNDE RGRADUATE Special Freshmen Sophomore Junior 727 1,270 710 1,841 431 281 1, 724 972 621 799 1,561 964 769 815 2,281 1,233 1, 198 740 3,185 1,361 1,543 713 2,871 1,832 1,927 479 3,197 2,035 2 ,577 32 141 64 511 3,338 2,035 2,641 470 2,684 2,170 3,002 20 97 48 490 2,781 2,170 3,050 477 2,915 2 ,214 3,550 8 102 1 36 485 3,017 2 ,215 3,586 Senior Total 1,997 2 ,982 66 3,664 500 4,593 844 6,371 589 7,418 973 8,316 957 9,225 237 957 9,482 1,987 10, 313 165 1,987 10,478 2,640 11, 796 16 163 2,656 11,959 NOTE: Special students are those not classified as freshmen, sophomore, etc., and includes Post-Baccalaureate students seeking a second Baccalaureate degree. SOURCE: Articulation Services 1-5-1 USF/Aca .Serv./7-70

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Year 1964 1965 1966 1967 On-campus Cont. Ed. Combined 1968 On-campus Cont. Ed. Combined 1969 On-campus Cont. Ed. Combined TABLE SB HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT BY CLASSIFICATION FALL TERM GRADUATE Beginning Advanced Special Graduate Graduate 211 1, 197 15 950 194 9 1, 161 1,391 24 56 1,836 129 26 l,045 236 82 2,881 365 72 2,237 160 12 11089 106 84 3,326 266 NOTES: Beginning graduate --in Master's degree program Advanced graduate --in Doctoral program Total 127 377 763 1,423 11153 2,576 2,021 1.307 3,328 2 ,469 12207 3,676 Special --graduate students who have not yet entered degree program. No graduate students prior to 1964 Beginning, Advanceq not separated prior to 1967 a particular Special, SOURCE: Articulation Services 1-5-2 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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..... I I ..... c::: en ..., -> (') Ill en ID "1 < -'-I I '-I 0 TABLE 6 FLORIDA JUNIOR COLLEGE STUDENTS TRANSFERRING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FALL TERM Junior College 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 Brevard 5 13 18 33 39 65 83 130 Broward 7 27 23 15 21 33 47 72 Carver 2 8 Central Flori.da 4 13 18 16 18 38 40 47 Chipola 4 6 6 4 4 1 3 Daytona Beach 4 8 14 12 24 62 81 69 Edison 2 16 23 38 58 69 94 Florida Jr. College of Jacksonville 4 23 70 Florida College 30 35 35 35 43 49 59 74 Florida Keys 5 10 21 Florida Military 1 3 3 2 Gibbs 2 2 11 21 4 6 7 Gulf Coast 2 1 5 11 11 10 6 7 Hampton 1 2 8 4

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.... I "' I N c:: (/) "::I -> (') Ill (/) ID 11 < --..J I -..J 0 TABLE 6 FLORIDA JUNIOR COLLEGE STUDENTS TRANSFERRING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FALL TERM Junior College 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 Hillsborough 17 Indian River 3 6 7 6 17 15 20 29 Johnson 8 2 3 Lake City 1 2 3 3 6 11 9 Lake-Sumter 1 7 14 28 31 35 37 Lincoln 1 2 3 Manatee 33 37 77 100 181 209 240 259 Marymount 1 1 2 1 Miami-Dade 16 35 56 60 95 151 230 351 North Florida 1 1 4 8 9 13 Okaloosa-Wal ton 2 4 3 8 Orlando 12 24 48 82 136 175 170 105 Palm Beach 6 11 16 23 28 35 36 49 Pensacola 2 4 4 5 8 11 16 8 Polk 2 62 157 231 289

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...... I I VJ -........ I ........ 0 TABLE 6 FLORIDA JUNIOR COLLEGE STUDENTS TO THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FALL TER.i.'1 Junior College 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 St. Johns River 2 5 10 21 23 29 36 St. Joseph 3 St. Petersburg 145 304 402 485 680 955 1,352 1,759 Santa Fe 5 15 31 Seminole 2 26 33 South Florida 3 11 22 Tallahassee 1 3 7 Valencia 2 15 TOTALS 271 531 777 974 1,469 2,129 2,879 3 ,687 SOURCE: Articulation Services

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County Alachua Baker Bay Bradford I-' I Brevard ...... I I-' Broward Calhoun Charlotte Citrus c:: Clay C/l "rj -Collier > (") Ill Columbia C/l Ct> '1 Dade < -...... DeSoto I ...... 0 Dixie TABLE 7 ON CAMPUS HEADCOUNT ENROLL'1ENT BY FLORIDA COUNTY FALL TERM 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 2 2 7 12 11 27 22 1 4 4 7 15 13 1 1 3 1 2 1 6 14 24 58 97 133 12 24 30 51 84 109 146 2 4 7 10 12 15 21 18 2 1 4 11 11 1 1 1 3 3 6 4 8 11 14 18 17 18 1 1 3 3 4 17 34 89 149 297 413 478 2 5 4 5 5 2 9 1 1 1967 1968 1969 37 40 53 12 12 8 1 1 240 249 308 173 202 293 2 3 1 33 27 34 27 33 31 5 4 9 1 35 58 4 4 6 579 685 847 12 14 18 1 1

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County Duval Escambia Flagler Franklin ...... I Gadsden "' I N Gilchrist Glades Gulf Hamilton c::: Hardee en "zj -Hendry > () Ill Hernando en Cl> Highlands -.....,, Hillsborough I .....,, 0 Holmes TABLE 7 ON CAMPUS HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT BY FLORIDA COUNTY FALL TERM 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 3 8 25 32 78 188 224 1 3 6 8 12 11 1 2 1 1 3 3 5 1 1 2 1 4 7 12 21 28 23 24 1 2 2 5 4 11 5 10 9 23 27 39 41 10 16 15 18 25 39 35 1,640 2,284 2,395 2, 772 3,671 4,078 4,442 1 1967 1968 1969 280 315 385 10 15 13 2 1 2 6 8 5 2 1 2 1 3 3 4 3 1 1 1 33 28 32 8 8 12 44 37 54 33 41 42 4,593 4,802 5,212 1 2

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County Indian River Jackson Jefferson --LaFayette ...... Lake I -...J I w Lee Leon Levy Liberty c:: Madison en '>j -Manatee > n Ill Marion en (1) ti Martin < --...J Monroe I -....J 0 TABLE 7 ON CAMPUS HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT BY FLORIDA COUNTY FALL TERM 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1 4 6 5 9 21 1 4 4 4 1 6 9 31 40 47 55 59 8 29 45 66 72 73 90 1 3 4 7 9 12 1 1 1 1 6 5 15 36 40 78 89 135 2 10 5 8 13 12 16 1 1 4 3 5 4 15 11 16 16 22 1967 1968 1969 29 26 32 1 1 1 53 49 47 118 110 137 26 21 20 3 3 2 1 1 162 198 218 25 29 30 8 17 23 22 34 40

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TABLE 7 ON CAMPU S HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT BY FLORIDA COUNTY FALL TE&'1 County 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 Nassau 1 3 1 6 1 6 3 1 3 Okaloosa 1 1 1 4 12 13 17 14 25 Okeechobee 2 3 2 1 1 2 Orange 9 35 68 75 161 289 392 539 605 505 ...... I Osceola 5 4 9 -...J 12 14 30 44 44 30 32 I Palm Beach 2 10 17 28 35 58 65 76 112 165 Pasco 67 77 101 107 130 125 129 152 173 210 Pinellas 82 134 301 508 759 950 1,200 1,611 2,309 2,773 Polk 76 142 210 268 356 387 432 521 659 710 c::: Putnam 2 2 3 2 8 12 9 18 14 en "%j -St. Johns 1 6 5 14 10 10 > n II> St. Lucie 1 3 8 6 4 12 6 14 18 tJ) Ct> '1 Santa Rosa 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 4 < --...J Sarasota 2 13 50 61 104 152 178 236 248 313 I -...J 0 Seminole 2 3 8 10 25 30 43 51 64 69

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'""" I I V1 c:: C/) 'rj -> 0 cu C/) (D 11 < -" I 0 County Sumter Suwannee Taylor Union Volusia Wakulla Walton Washington TABLE 7 ON CAMPUS HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT BY FLORIDA COUNTY FALL TERM 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 5 7 6 10 8 14 1 1 1 1 1 5 16 25 41 51 65 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1967 1968 1969 16 18 27 7 7 7 2 2 115 139 142 1 1 1 1 Total -Florida 1,975 2,922 3,572 4,445 6,264 7,496 8,646 10,040 11,519 13,022 NOTE: 1968 Total includes 31 unclassified Florida students, 1969 Total includes 4 unclassified Florida students. On campus enrollment excludes Continuing Education (off campus) students. SOURCE: Articulation Services

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State 1960 Alabama 1 Alaska Arizona Arkansas ..... California I OD I ..... Colorado Connecticut Delaware Dist. Columbia c::: Florida 1,975 (/) "lj -Georgia 2 > (') Ill Hawaii 1 (/) (1) 11 Idaho < -...... Illinois I ...... 0 Indiana 1 TABLE 8 ON CAMPUS HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT BY STATE FALL TERM 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 3 5 5 2 1 1 3 1 1 5 7 8 5 1 3 3 3 7 1 1 2 3 4 5 2,922 3,572 4,445 6,264 7,496 2 4 9 16 20 1 1 1 1 3 6 9 12 19 1 2 3 10 15 1966 1967 1968 1969 3 13 10 6 1 1 1 5 6 13 20 2 2 8 14 20 39 1 2 4 7 1 4 1 5 8,646 10,040 11,519 13,022 14 16 16 28 1 1 1 1 25 50 65 87 11 17 23 35

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State 1960 Iowa 2 Kansas 2 Kentucky 1 Louisiana .... I Maine 1 er N Maryland Massachusetts Michigan 1 Minnesota c::: Mississippi en ttj -Missouri > () ID Montana en ID i; Nebraska < -...., Nevada 1 I ...., 0 New Hampshire TABLE 8 ON CAMPUS HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT BY STATE FALL TERM 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 2 2 2 4 1 2 2 3 3 2 2 1 5 6 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 3 5 5 5 1 3 8 12 17 1 2 6 7 11 2 1 2 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 1966 1967 1968 1969 4 3 8 15 3 6 4 4 6 8 7 6 3 2 6 6 1 4 3 3 13 21 31 53 25 33 29 28 10 14 28 41 1 6 9 -10 5 2 3 5 9 17 19 27 1 5 1 1 2 1 2 5 6 7

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State 1960 New Jersey 2 New Mexico New York 1 North Carolina 2 ...... I North Dakota 00 I w Ohio 1 Okalahoma Oregon Pennsylvania 2 c:: Rhode Island (/) 'zj -South Carolina lb South Dakota (/) ID t1 Tennessee < -..... Texas 1 I ..... 0 Utah TABLE 8 ON CAMPUS HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT BY STATE FALL TERM 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 8 9 10 12 18 9 11 20 34 44 3 3 5 5 9 -3 3 5 9 16 3 2 1 1 1 1 4 5 7 17 12 1 1 3 1 3 3 3 10 1 1 3 1 2 1 2 3 3 3 1 1 1966 1967 1968 1969 33 47 71 110 1 3 3 2 67 89 120 205 8 9 13 19 1 1 3 30 49 58 62 2 1 3 4 3 3 4 14 33 59 72 1 4 5 8 9 13 15 13 1 8 12 10 16 9 9 12 21 1

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..... I OD I c::: en 'zJ ........ > !'> Ill ........ ..., I ..., 0 State 1960 Vermont Virginia Was bing ton West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming TABLE 8 ON CAMPUS HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT BY STATE FALL TERM 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1 4 5 4 16 14 2 3 2 2 2 1 1 5 5 6 1966 1967 1968 1969 2 2 5 9 20 29 40 67 3 6 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 10 19 1 2 TOTAL U.S. 1,997 2,982 3,664 4,587 6,481 7,768 9,019 10,610 12,263 14,108 NOTE: On campus enrollment excludes Continuing Education (off campus) students. SOURCE: Articulation Services

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TABLE 9 ON CAMPUS HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT BY UNITED-STATES AND FOREIGN STUDENTS FALL TERM Total Number of Number of Number of On Campus Foreign u. s. Unclassified Headcount Year Students Students Students Enrollment 1960 1,997 1,997 1961 2,982 2,982 1962 3,664 3,664 1963 6 4,587 4,593 1964 17 6,481 6,498 1965 24 7,768 3 7,795 1966 31 9,019 29 9,079 1967 45 10,610 13 10,668 1968 71 12,263 12,334 1969 157 14,108 14,265 NOTE: On Campus Enrollment excludes Continuing Education students from 1967 on. SOURCE: Articulation Services 1-9-1 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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EXPLANATION -TABLES 10 AND 11 FTE enrollment detail is calculated from the Section Size Report which is compiled on or shortly after the last day to add/drop courses; Revised University Totals in Table 10 are the Registrar's offical enrollment figures, revised 12-70 for purposes of historical uniformity and after other enrollment related data had been compiled. The differences between "University Total" and "Revised University Total" occur because the Revised enrollment figures include up to date Continuing Education class information, and course changes and late registrations approved by the Academic Standards Committee. The Section Size Report is not rerun to include these changes, but since it is the only source which provides the information in sufficient departmental detail for the purposes of this Fact Book, it must be used as the primary source. It should be noticed that, in most cases, the differences are insignificant for all practical purposes. Continuing Education course credit currently is calculated differently from On-Campus credit. Fifteen hours at any course level defines one FTE Continuing Education Student. The division by level of the Continuing Education FTE's reflects the classification level of the students taking the courses rather than the level of the courses. However, Continuing Education courses in the past have been reported in the same manner as On-Campus courses in the Section Size Report. For this reason Continuing Education FTE's are included in the detail, and hence in the University Total derived from the detail, in the same manner as On-Campus credits. Beginning with Fall Term 1970, Continuing Education will be reported separately. The fiscal year at USF begins in July, so fiscal year FTE's in Table 11 are calculated as beginning with the preceding summer term 1-10-i

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EXPLANATION -TABLES 10 AND 11 Continued under Semester and Quarter systems and with Trimester III-B (second half of the summer trimester) under the Trimester system. These FfE figures should not be confused with Academic Year Fl'E's, the calculation of which begins with the fall term. USF/Aca.Serv./12-70 1-10-ii

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TABLE 10 NUMBER OF FTE STUDENTS BY COLLEGE AND LEVEL FALL TERM College Basic Studies Bus. Admin. Education Engineering Liberal Arts University Total Revised University Total(!) Level Lower Upper Grad. Total Lower Upper Grad. Total Lower Upper Grad. Total Lower Upper Grad. Total Lower Upper Grad. Total Lower Upper Grad. Total Lower Upper Grad. 1960 956 956 106 19 125 62 30 92 293 4 297 1,417 53 1,470 1,454 Total 1,454 (!)See explanation preceding this table. 1961 1962 1963 1,589 1,476 1,400 11 82 1,589 1,487 1,482 111 148 185 38 127 230 149 275 415 73 102 96 56 180 357 129 282 453 585 831 1,023 82 324 533 667 1,155 1,556 2,358 2,557 2,704 176 642 1,202 2,534 3,199 3,906 2,452 3121(2) 2,670 1,205 2,452 3,121 3,875 1964 1,938 115 2,053 211 347 558 130 392 38 560 63 1 64 1,304 701 2,005 3,646 1,556 38 5,240 3,650 1,554 36 5,240 (2)Not available by level; represents total undergraduate enrollment. 1-10-1 USF/Aca.Serv./12-70

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TABLE 10 NUMBER OF FTE STUDENTS BY COLLEGE AND LEVEL FALL TERM College Level 1965 1966 1967 Basic Studies Lower 2,260 2,365 1,859 Upper 114 138 593 Grad. 1 20 Total 2,375 2,503 2,472 Bus. Admin. Lower 258 293 354 Upper 387 I 529 743 Grad. 6 26 65 Total 651 848 1,162 Education Lower 73 71 100 Upper 600 683 1,189 Grad. 67 189 602 Total 740 943 1,891 Engineering Lower 132 94 123 Upper 23 129 175 Grad. 7 65 Total 155 230 363 Liberal Arts Lower 1,523 1,383 1,560 Total Upper 897 1,338 1,691 Grad. 56 278 432 Total 2,476 2,999 3,683 Fine Arts Lower NA 74 92 Upper 133 199 Grad. 23 54 Total 230 345 Lang. Lit. Lower NA 147 242 Upper 326 418 Grad. 92 149 Total 565 809 Nat. Sci. Lower NA 620 606 Upper 409 459 Grad. 81 130 Total 1,110 1,195 Soc. Sci. Lower NA 543 619 Upper 470 616 Grad. 82 99 Total 1,095 1,334 1968 1969 1,854 1,999 597 769 32 26 2,483 2,794 433 388 902 1,132 91 113 1,426 1,633 94 152 1,338 1, 716 895 11031 2,327 2,899 96 88 258 275 103 124 457 487 1,678 1,860 2,137 2,469 531 725 4,346 5,054 125 167 292 273 66 92 483 532 284 223 502 571 176 187 962 981 612 599 575 762 134 225 1,321 1,586 657 871 768 863 155 221 1,580 1,955 1-10-2 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 10 NUMBER OF FTE STUDENTS BY COLLEGE AND LEVEL FALL TERM College Level 1965 1966 1967 Other Lower 105 Upper 37 Grad. 2 Total 144 University Total Lower 4,246 4,206 4,101 Upper 2,021 2,817 4,429 Grad. 130 500 lil86 Total 6,397 7,523 9, 716 Revised 1 University Total( ) On-Campus Lower 4,243 4,299 4,075 Upper 2,019 2,848 4,435 Grad. 129 363 800 Total 6, 391 7,510 9,310 Continuing Education Lower 30 Upper 17 Grad. 409 Total 456 (1) See explanation preceding this table 1968 1969 111 158 21 52 79 132 289 4,265 4,645 5,253 6,413 11652 21098 11,170 13, 156 4,365 4,649 5,375 6,357 11373 11 753 11, 113 12,759 1 1 26 62 368 385 395 448 NOTE: 15 student credit hours at the lower and upper levels or 12 student credit hours at the graduate level define one fall term On-Campus FTE Student. Other includes Cooperative Education and Research and Development courses. USF/Aca.Serv./12-70 1-10-3

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TABLE 10 NUMBER OF FTE STUDENTS BY COLLEGE AND LEVEL FALL TERM 1970 Cont. Ed College Level Tampa St. Pete. Basic Studies Lower 1,963 Upper 781 9.2 Grad. 2.9 Total 2, 773 9.2 Bus. Admin Lower 518 Upper 1,204 89. 7 Grad. 122 20.8 'Total 1,844 110.5 Education Lower 118 42.7 Upper 1,833 185.1 15.6 Grad. 721 98.3 295.5 Total 2,672 283.4 353. 8 Engineering Lower 81 .4 Upper 295 10.8 .4 Grad. 97 11.5 12.9 Total 473 22.3 13.7 Liberal Arts Lower 2,523 Total Upper 3,028 172. 7 Grad. 871 13. 8 Total 6,422 186.5 Fine Arts Lower 200 Upper 311 Grad. 114 Total 625 Lang. Lit. Lower 564 Upper 849 41. 7 Grad. 221 12.7 Total 1,634 54.4 Nat. Sci. Lower 795 Upper 897 1.6 Grad. 313 0.8 Total 2,005 2.4 (1) See explanation preceding this table. 1-10-4 USF/Aca.Serv./12-70

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TABLE 10 NUMBER OF FTE STUDENTS BY COLLEGE AND LEVEL FALL TERM 1970 College Level Tampa St. Pete. Soc. Sci. Lower 927 Upper 944 129. 4 Grad. 222 0.3 Total 2,093 129. 7 Afro-Amer. Lower 37 Upper 28 Grad. Total 65 Other Lower 191 Upper 102 Grad. 92 12.6 Total 385 12.6 Adjustment Lower Upper (21) 25.5 Grad. 52 Total (26) 25.5 University Total Lower 5,393 Upper 7,222 493.0 Grad. 11927 157 .o Total 14,542 650.0 Cont. Ed. 43.1 16.0 308.4 367.5 NOTE: The Adjustment represents the difference between the detail and the official University enrollment figure published by the Office of the Registrar (see explanation preceding this table). Parenthesis indicate negative numbers. Other includes Cooperative Education and Research and Development courses. SOURCE: University Total and Continuing Education data from Office of the Registrar. 1-10-5 USF/Aca.Serv./12-70

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TABLE 11 OF FTE FISCAL YEAR STUDENTS BY COLLEGE AND LEVEL Leve l 19..60-61 1961-62 1962-63 1%3-64 1%4-(15 I Basic Studies Lowe r 897 1,533 1,620 1,507 2 ,059 Upper 2 5 103 158 I 9rad. --Total 897 1,533 1,645 1,610 2,217 Bus. Admin. Lower 98 115 162 210 235 Upper 17 38 156 295 438 Grad. Total 115 153 318 505 673 Education .. Lower 72 70 100 110 109 .... 19 99 296 503 612 Upper Grad 76 Total 91 169 396 613 797 Engineering Lower 58 Upper 3 Grad. Total 61 Liberal Arts Lower 294 598 920 1,200 1,456 Total Upper 4 112 443 742 982 Grad Total 298 710 1,363 1,942 2,438 Fine Arts Lower 40 52 66 80 105 i Upper 1 8 36 62 87 Grad I Total 41 6o 92 142 192 Lang. Lit. Lower 45 70 135 240 283 Upper 3 43 137 173 238 Grad. Total 48 113 272 413 521 Nat. Sci. Lower 92 248 370 460 552 Upper 18 72 185 265 Grad. Total 92 266 442 645 818 Soc Sci. Lower 117 228 350 420 516 Upper 43 197 322 392 Grad. Total 117 271 547 742 908 1-11-1 USF/Aa. S crv./7-70

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TABLE 11 NUMl\1-:H t>F lwn; FLSCAL YEAH STUDENTS BY COLLEC:E ANO LEVEL College Lev e l 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1%4-65 Other Lower Upper Grad. Total University Total Lower 1,361 2,316 2 ,802 3,027 3,917 Upper 40 249 920 1,643 2,193 Grad. 76 Total 1,401 2,565 3, 722 4,670 6,186 1-11-2 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 11 NUMBER OF FTE FISCAL YEAR STUDENTS BY COLLEGE i\ND LEVEL College Level 1%5-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 lk1sic Studies Lower 2,444 2,581 1,743 1,757 1,924 Upper 129 190 627 746 869 Grad. 7 24 45 31 Total 2,573 2, 778 2 ,394 2,548 2,824 Bus. Admin. Lower 311 368 381 482 452 Upper 508 694 835 1,089 1,306 Grad. 5 41 65 99 126 Total 824 1,103 1,281 1,670 1,884 Education Lower 92 57 72 89 113 ; Upper 815 1,208 1,259 1,569 1,993 Grad 113 836 737 1.176 11408 Total 1,020 2 ,101 2,068 2,834 3 ,514 Engineering Lower 134 106 93 69 72 Upper 53 154 218 290 317 Grad. 1 59 72 132 135 Total 188 319 383 491 524 Liberal Arts Lower 1,674 1,522 1,464 1,583 1,751 Total Upper 1,184 1, 718 1,862 2,298 2,804 Grad. 58 352 512 715 950 Total 2 ,916 3,592 3,838 4,596 5,505 Fine Arts Lower 156 111 73 107 152 Upper 131 170 237 267 292 Grad. 5 28 64 87 113 Total 292 309 374 461 557 Lang. Lit. Lower 311 190 240 250 233 Upper 258 432 460 564 699 Grad. 10 130 201 266 273 Total 579 752 901 1,080 1,205 Nat. Sci. Lower 610 590 508 544 578 Upper 325 500 514 608 775 Grad 23 91 125 151 279 Total 958 1,181 1,147 1,303 1,632 Soc. Sci. Lower 597 631 643 682 788 Upper 469 616 651 859 1,038 Grad 20 103 122 207 285 Total 1,086 1,350 1,416 1,748 2,111 1-11-3 USF/Aca Serv./7-70

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TABLE 11 NUMBER OF FTE FISCAL YEAR STUDENTS BY COLLEGE AND LEVEL College Level 1965-66 1966-67 1%7-b8 1968-69 1969-70 Other Lower 147 188 227 Upper 31 39 66 Grad. 3 32 90 Total 181 259 383 University Total Lower 4,656 4,634 3,912 4,168 4,539 Upper 2,688 3,964 4,856 6,031 7, 354 Grad. 177 11295 1.426 2 .199 2.740 Total 7,521 9, 893 10, 194 12 ,398 14,633 NOTES: 30 semester hours (45 quarter hours) at the lower and upper levels or 24 semester hours (36 quarter hours) at the graduate level defines one fiscal year FTE student. Other includes Cooperative Education and Research and Development Courses. 1968-69 Liberal Arts includes 4 FTES in /\fro-American Studies. These figures include Continuing Education courses f.rom 1967-68 onward. See also explanation preceeding Table 10 1-11-4 USF/Aca.Serv./7-70

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Year 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 M e d l a n TABLE 12 M ISCELLANEOUS STUDENT STATISTICS FALL TERM M edian P ercent R t s I d e n c e Per cent Agt.> Load Commute Univ. Donn. 19 yrs 15 hrs. 98 % 2 % NA 15 85 15 19 15 77 23 20 15 74 26 20 14 70 30 20 14 71 29 20 14 71 28 21 14 68 26 21 15 72 23 2 1 14 73 20 l' r ccnt Priv. Dorm. 5 6 7 NOTE: Percentages may not add up to 100 due to rounding. 1-12-1 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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Table 1: Table 2: Table 3: Table 4: Table 5: PART II DEGREES AND GRADES TABLE OF. CONTENTS Degrees Awarded --Fiscal Year Distribution of Grades --Fall Term Percentage Distribution of Entering Freshmen by Quintile Standing on Florida Twelfth Grade Test --Fall Term Comparison of University of South Florida First Time in College Freshman Aptitude Test Scores to the National Norm --Fall Term Degree Programs by College II -i

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TABLE 1 DEGREES AWARDED --FISCAL YEAR College Degree 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 Basic Studies Bach. 2 9 15 9 Masters Total 2 9 15 9 Bus. Admin. Bach. 4 67 106 144 182 N I Masters 3 ...... I ...... Total 4 67 106 144 185 Education Bach. 2 49 256 352 346 427 Masters 1 19 64 Total 2 49 256 353 365 491 c: Ul '%j 31 -Engineering Bach. ;p. n II> Masters 1 6 Ul (!) t1 Total 1 37 < -"' I "' 0

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TABLE 1 DEGREES AWARDED --FISCAL YEAR College Degree 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 Lib. Arts Bach. 11 187 322 415 508 Masters 18 Total 11 187 322 415 526 Fine Arts Bach. 6 13 18.5 16 N I Masters ...... I N Total 6 13 18.5 16 Lang. Lit. Bach. 1 33.5 42.5 81 90.5 Masters 1 Total 1 33.5 42.5 81 91.S c Ul "rj -Nat. Sci. Bach. 2 40.5 82.5 130 117 () cu Masters 17 en '1 < Total 2 40.5 82.5 130 1 3 4 --...J I -...J 0

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TABLE 1 DEGREES AWARDED --FISCAL YEAR College Degree 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 Soc. Sci. Bach. 8 107 184 185.5 284.5 Masters Total 8 107 184 185.5 284.5 Total University Bach. 2 64 512 789 920 1,157 N (for the year) I Masters 1 20 91 I-' I w Total 2 64 512 790 940 1,248 Cumulative Total Bach. 2 66 578 1,367 2,287 3,444 Masters 1 21 112 Total 2 66 578 1, 368 2,308 3,556 c: en "rj -;i:.. () Ill NOTE: Degree for double major counted 0.5 of a degree in each college. en CD '1 SOURCE: Calculated from Registrar's Data < --..J I -..J 0

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TABLE 1 DEGREES AWARDED --FISCAL YEAR Cumulative Total for College Degree 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 Rach College Basic Studies Bach. 7.5 10 19.5 72 Masters Total 7.5 10 19.5 72 Bus. Admin. Bach. 248.5 346 1,545 N I ...... I Masters 13 12 24 52 Total 261.5 358 471.5 1,597 Education Bach. 552 758 924.5 3,666.5 Masters 139 229 316 768 Total 691 987 1,240.5 4,434.5 c UJ "':l -> (") Engineering Bach. 62 75 101 269 Pol UJ Masters 23 39 38 107 ro r-1 < Total 85 114 139 376 --....J I -....J 0

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TABLE 1 DEGREES AWARDED --FISCAL YEAR Cumulative Total for College Degree 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 Each College Lib. Arts Bach. 513 822 960.5 3,738.5 Masters 22 64 69 173 Total 535 886 1,029.5 3 ,911. 5 Fine Arts Bach. 18 33 40.5 145 N I Masters 1 8 8 17 I V1 Total 19 41 48.5 162 Lang. Lit. Bach. 67.5 146 186.5 648.5 Masters 5 22 25 53 Total 72.5 168 2ll.5 701.5 c CJ) "rj -Nat. Sci. Bach. 161 210 215 958 ;l> (') II> Masters 16 19 21 73 CJ) t'1 Total 177 229 236 1,031 < --...J I -...J 0

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N I t--' I c: tn "zj -> n p.i ---J I --J c College Degree Soc. Sci. Bach Masters Total Research & Devel. Center Bach. Masters Total Total University Bach. (for t h e year) Masters Total TABLE 1 D EGREES A WARDED --FISCAL Y EAR Cumulative Total for 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 Each College 266.5 433 517 .5 1, 986 15 15 30 266.5 448 532.5 2,016 16 16 16 16 1,383 2,011 2,453 9,291 197 344 463 1,116 1,580 2,355 2,916 10 407

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N I ...... I ....... -....... I ....... 0 TABLE 1 DEGREES AWARDED --FISCAL YEAR College Degree Cumulative Total Bach. Masters Total 1967-68 4, 827 309 5,136 1968-69 1969-70 6,838 9,291 653 1,116 7,491 10,407 NOTE: Degree for double major counted Q.5 of a degree in each college. SOURCE: Calculated from Registrar's Data

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TABLE 2 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF GRADES --FALL TERM, 1966 Col kgl' Levl l /\ B c I) F Othl'r ---ll:inic Lower 8% 26% 42% 16 % ')% i z Upper 20 47 18 5 2 8 Grad Total 8% 27% 41 % 16% 5% 3% Bus. Admin. Lower 10% 25% 39% 16% 9% 1% Upper 11 31 42 10 4 2 Grad. 39 54 1 3 3 Total 12% 29% 40% 12% 5% 2% Education Lower 28% 43% 24% 5% Upper 25 44 25 3 3 Grad. 41 46 5 1 8 Total 28% 44% 21% 3% 4% Engineering Lower 22% 24% 29% 12% 12% 1% Upper 18 36 32 9 3 1 Grad. 46 39 9 6 Total 20% 31% 30% 10% 7% 2% Lib, Arts Total Lower 11% 26% 41% 13% 6% 2% Upper 20 32 31 9 5 J Grad. 30 36 21 3 2 8 Total 17% 30% 35% 10% 5% 3% 2-2-1 USF/Aca. S rv./7-70

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TABLE 2 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF GRADES --FALL TERM, 1966 College 1.c v c 1 /\ B c I> ,.. Otltl'r ---fine /\rtt:; Low e r 20 % 34% 36% s z 31.'. 2% Upper 48 24 20 3 2 3 Grad 49 26 10 3 1 10 Total 39% 27% 24% 4% 2% 3% Lang. Lit. Lower 13% 36% 38% 9 % 4% 1% Upper 17 39 29 7 4 4 Grad. 27 43 23 1 2 3 Total 17% 39% 31% 7% 3 % 3% N at. Sc l. Lower 10% 23% 40% 16% 9% 2% Upper 15 29 31 14 8 1 Grad. 37 29 17 2 1 14 Total 13% 26% 35% 14% 8% 3% Soc. Sci. 11% 25% 44% 13% 4% 3 % Upper 16 33 36 9 3 3 Grad. 20 36 27 5 4 8 Total 14 % 29% 40% 11 % 4 % 37. All Colleges Lower 10% 26% 41% 15% 6 % 3% Upper 20 35 31 8 3 J Grad. 35 41 13 2 1 8 Total 15% 30% 36% 11 % 4 % 3% NOTE: Percentages may not add up to 100 due to rounding. 2-2-2 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 2 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF GRADES --FALL TERM, 1967 College Level A B c D F Other Basic Studies Lower 7% 24% 41% 16% 6% Upper 8 30 44 12 2 5 Grad 17 39 25 4 1 5 Total 7% 26% 42% 15% 5% 6% Bus. Admin. Lower 11% 24% 34% 16% 12% 2% Upper 18 37 32 7 4 2 Grad. 23 51 18 2 2 4 Total 16% 33% 32% 10% 7% 2% Education Lower 10% 58% 19% 1% 1% 11% Upper 25 44 22 3 1 5 Grad. 32 40 4 23 Total 26% 44% 16% 2% 1% 11% Engineering Lower 17% 20% 29% 13% 12% 8% Upper 18 31 35 11 4 1 Grad. 47 37 12 1 4 Total 22% 28% 29% 10% 7% 4% Lib. Arts Total Lower 12% 28% 39% 12% 7 % 3% Upper 24 33 28 6 4 4 Grad. 28 33 20 5 2 1 2 Total 19% 31% 32% 9 % 5% 4% 2-2-3 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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, TABLE 2 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF GRADES --FALL TERM, 1967 Coll g Level A B c n F 01 li e r Fin Arts Lower 22% 37% 29% 6% 4 % 27. Upper 51 25 15 4 2 J Grad. 42 24 14 3 1 16 Total 42% 28% 19 % 5% 2 % 4% Lang. Lit. Lower 13% 36% 40% 7% 3 % 2% Upper 22 42 28 4 2 3 Grad. 31 39 17 2 2 9 Total 21% 40% 30% 4% 2% 4 % Nat. Sci. Lower 10% 23% 36% 18 % 12 % 2% Upper 15 29 35 11 7 3 Grad. 22 34 24 7 2 11 Total 13 % 26% 34 % 14% 9% 3% Soc. Sci. Lower 11% 28% 44% 10% 4 % 3% Upper 17 36 32 7 3 6 Grad. 20 32 25 6 2 15 Total 14% 32% 37% 8% 4 % 5% All Colleges Lower 10% 26% 39% 14% 7% 4 % Upper 21 36 30 7 3 4 Grad. 13 29 34 12 4 8 Total 15% 30% 34% 11% 5 % 5% NOTE: Percentages may not add up to 100 due to rounding. 2-2-4 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 2 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF GRADES --FALL TERM, 1968 College L vel /\ u c 0 F Otlit r Basic Studies Lower 11 % 28% 407. 13% 6 % 2% Upper 11 31 43 10 1 5 Grad 40 29 25 6 Total 11% 29% 41% 12% 5 % 2% Bus. Admin. Lower 14% 28% 34% 14% 8% 2% Upper 18 37 33 6 4 2 Grad. 25 43 17 4 4 6 Total 17% 34% 32% 9% 6% 2% Education Lower 11% 66% 20% 3% Upper 27 40 23 4 1 6 Grad 36 45 5 13 Total 30% 43% 16% 2% 1% 8 % Engineering Lower 22% 27% 30% 12% 9% Upper 20 31 33 10 4 2 Grad. 34 38 12 1 1 14 Total 23% 32% 28% 8 % 5% 4 % Lib. Arts Total Lower 15% 29% 36% 10% 57. 5 % Upper 26 33 27 6 3 4 Grad. 33 32 16 3 3 13 Total 22% 32% 29% 7% 4 % 6 % 2-2-5 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 2 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF GRADES --FALL TERM, 1968 College Level A B c D F Oth e r Fine Arts Lowe r 26% 38% 28 % 5 % 3 % n Upper 57 23 13 3 2 2 Grad 49 27 9 3 2 11 Total 48% 27% 16% 4 % 2% 3 % Lang. Lit. Lower 11% 37% 40% 7 % 3 % 2% Upper 22 40 28 3 2 5 Grad. 31 30 17 4 5 14 Total 20% 38% 30% 4% 3 % 6% Nat. Sci. Lower 13 % 23% 32% 12 % 9% 11% Upper 15 31 32 10 7 6 Grad 34 35 13 3 2 13 Total 16 % 28% 30% 10 % 7% 9 % Soc. Sci. Lower 15 % 29% 40% 10% 4 % 27. Upper 16 37 33 7 2 4 Grad. 26 34 22 3 1 14 Total 16% 33% 35% 8% 3 % 4 % All Colleges Lower 13 % 31% 37% ll% 5 % 3% Upper 23 34 29 7 3 4 Grad. 18 32 30 9 4 8 Total 18% 32% 32% 9% 4 % 5% NOTE: Percentages may not add up to 100 due to rounding. 2-2-6 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 2 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF GRADES --FALL TERM, 1969 College Level A B c D F Other Basic Studies Lower 13 % 28% 38% 13 % 5% ]% Upper 18 40 30 4 1 7 Grad. 45 37 8 3 l 6 Total 15% 31% 35% 11% 4 % 4 % Bus. Admin. Lower 11% 25% 35% 18% 8% 3 % Upper 20 37 31 7 3 2 Grad 30 42 11 3 3 1L Total 18% 34% 30% 10% 5% 3% Education Lower 32% 34% 22% 7% 4% 2% Upper 37 41 16 2 1 2 Grad 47 43 4 6 Total 40% 41% 13% 2 % 1% 3% Engineering Lower 28% 26% 26% 11% 8% 1% Upper 20 34 30 8 3 5 Grad. 34 44 11 3 1 7 Total 25% 34% 25% 8% 3% 4 % Lib. Arts Total Lower 15% 32% 36% 10% 5% 2% Upper 24 35 27 6 4 4 Grad. 35 37 14 2 2 10 Total 21% 34% 29% 7% 4 % 4 % 2-2-7 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 2 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF GRADES Colleg L evel A B Fine Arts Lower 21 % 42% Upper 41 31 Grad. 52 28 Total 35% 34% Lang. Lit. Lower 17% 42% Upper 24 40 Grad. 30 40 Total 23% 40% Nat. Sci. Lower 14% 28% Upper 20 32 Grad. 35 40 Total 19% 31% Soc. Sci. Lower 12% 29% Upper 18 37 Grad. 30 37 Total 17% 33% 2-2-8 FALL TERM, 1969 c D F Ot lie r 25% 6 % 4 % 2% 19 3 2 4 10 1 3 6 20% 4 % 3 % 4 % 31% 5% 3 % 3% 26 4 2 5 15 3 2 11 25% 4% 2 % 5% 37% 12% 8 % 2% 29 9 7 2 14 1 10 31% 10% 7 % 3% 41% 11% 4% 3 % 31 6 2 6 17 2 2 11 34% 8 % 3% 5% USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 2 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF GRADES --FALL TERM, 1969 College Level A B c D F Other All Colleges Lower 15% 30% 35% 12% 5 % 3 % Upper 23 34 22 5 2 .14 Grad. 41 41 8 1 1 8 Total 23% 33% 25% 7% 3% 9% NOTE: Other includes incomplete an.d audit. Percentages may not add up to 100 due to rounding. A blank indicates that less than 0 .5% of the students received the grade. SOURCE: Articulation Services 2-2-9 USF/Aca Serv./7-7 0

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Year 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 TABLE 3 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF ENTERING FRESHMEN BY QUINTILE STANDING ON FLORIDA TWELFfH GRADE TEST --FALL TERM Fifth Fourth Third Second 23.3% 39.3% 30.6% 6,6% 29.0 39.7 30.1 1.0 39.9 49.2 10.0 0.8 41.3 51.9 6.3 0.5 37.4 48.0 14.2 0.4 35.0 50.3 14.3 0.3 42.9 46.5 10,3 0.4 39.4 50.0 10.4 0.2 39.9 49.9 9.8 0.5 38.4 48.8 11.9 0.6 NOTE: Percentages may not add up to 100 due to rounding. SOURCES: Evaluation Services; Articulation Services First 0.2% 0.2 0.1 0.0 0.1 0.1 o.o o.o o.o 0.4 2-3-1 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 4 COMPARISON OF UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FIRST TIME IN COLLEGE FRESHMAN APTITUDE TEST SCORES TO THE NATIONAL NORM FALL TERM Percent Above Year No. Tested National Median 1966 1,406 97.7% 1967 1,417 98. 9 1968 1,. 208 96. 7 1969 1, 359 89.9 NOTE: Aptitude scores on the Florida Twelfth Grade Test were converted to correspond to national norms on the School and College Ability Test (SCAT) per the Cooperative School and College Ability Tests Manua l for Interpreting Scores, Cooperative Test Pivision, Educational Testing Service. SOURCE: Evaluation Services 2-4-1 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 5 DEGREE PROGRAMS BY COLLEGE Major hy ColJcge 13asic Studies Advanced Basic Studies Humanities Business Administration Accounting Economics Finance Marketing Management Education Adult Education Art Education Astronomy Edu. Bacteriology Edu. Botany Edu. Business Edu Chemistry Edu. Classic and Ancient Studies Edu. Distributive Edu Elementary-Early Baccalaureate B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. Childhood B.A. TYPE OF DEGREE Mnstcrs M.B.A. M.B.A. M.S. M.A. M.A. Doctoral Ph.D. (pre-secondary edu.) M.A.(Jr.College) M.A.(Jr.College) M.A.(Jr.College)a M.A. M.A.(Jr.College) M.A. 2-5-1 USF/ Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 5 DEGREE PROGRAMS BY COLLEGE Major by College Elementary Edu. Emotionally Disturbed Edu English English Education English-Journalism Edu French Geography Geology Gifted Edu Guidance History Humanities Edu. Industrial Edu. Library/Audio-VisualElementary Library/Audio-VisualEnglish Library/Audio-Visual Education Math ematics Mathematics Education Mental Retardation Edu. Modern Foreign Lang. Baccalaureate B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. 2-5-2 TYPE OF DEGREE Masters Doctoral M.A. M.A. M.A.(Jr.College) M.A. I M.A.(Jr.College) M.A.(Jr.College) M.A.(Jr.College) M.A. M.A. M.A.(Jr.College) M.A. M.A. M.A. M.A.(Jr.College) M.A. M.A. M.A. USF/Aca. S -rv./7-70

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TABLE 5 DEGREE PROGRAMS BY COLLEGE Maj or by College Music Music Education Natural Sciences Divisional (IHology, Chemistry or Baccalaureate B.A. Physics) B.A. Physical Edu. B.A. Physics B.A. Political Science Potentially Handicapped Edu Psychology Reading Edu Science Edu. B.A. Social Science Edu. B.A. Sociology Spanish Speech Sp ech-English Edu. B.A. Speech Pathology (5 year program) Speech Pathology Edu. Technical Edu Visual Art Zoology Zoologr E ducation B.A. 2-5-3 TYPE OF DEGREE Masters Doctoral M.A.(Jr.College) M.A. M.A.(Jr.College) M.A.(Jr.College) M.A. M.A.(Jr.College) M.A. M.A. M.A. M.A.(Jr.College) M.A.(Jr.College) M.A.(Jr.College) M.A. M .A. M .A. M .A.(Jr.College) M.A. (Jr.College) M .A. USF/Aca. Scrv./7-70

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TABLE 5 DEGREE PROGRAMS BY COLLEGE Major by College Engineering Engineering Technology Master of Engineering Master of Science in Engineering Liberal Arts Advanced Liberal Arts Afro-American Studies Bachelor of Independent Studies Fine Arts Dance Music Arts Music -Vocal or Theory Piano Pedagogy Theatre Arts Visual Ar.t:s TYPE OF DEGREE Baccalaureate Masters Doctoral 2-5-4 B.S.E. (4 year program) B.E.T.(Bachelor of Engineering Technology) B.A. B .A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. M.E.(no thesis or original project) M.S.E.(thesis or project required. 5 year or post-baccalaureate) M.M.(Master of Music) M.M. (Master of Music) M F .A.(Master of Fine Arts) USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 5 DEGREE PROGRAMS BY COLLEGE M;1 jor by College Language-Literature American Studies Classic and Ancient Studies Classic and Ancient Studies and Modern Language English English-Speech French German Italian Mass Communication Modern Languages Philosophy Religious Studies Russian Spanish Speech Speech-Theatre Arts Natural Science Astronomy Bacteriology Baccalaureate B.A. B.A. B .A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B .A. B.A. 2-5-5 TYPE OF DEGREE Masters Doctoral M.A. M.A. M.A. M.A. M .A. M .A. USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 5 DEGREE PROGRAMS BY COLLEGE 'l'Yl'E OF DECREE Major by ColJege Baccalaureate Masters Doc torn J. Biology Ph.I>. Botany B A M A Chemistry B .A. M S Ph D Geology B A M A Mathematics B A M .A. Natural Sci. Divisional B .A. Physics B A M A Zoology B .A. M.A. Social Science Anthropology B A Economics B .A. G ography B A M A History B A M.A. International Relations B.A Latin American Studies B A Non-Western Program B A Political Science B .A. M A Psychology B .A. M.A. Social Sci. Divisional B .A. Sociology B .A. M.A. 2-5-6 USF/Aca Serv. / 7-70

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TABLE 5 DEGREE PROGRAMS BY COLLEGE TYPE OF DEGREE Major by College Baccalaureate Masters Doctor.'.l L Otlter Audiology M S Audiology Combined B.S./M S Gerontology M .A. Marine Science M .A. Medical Technology B.S. Speech Pathology M.S. Speech Pathology Combined B.S./M.S. SOURCE: Articulation pervices 2-5-7 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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Table 1: Table 2: Table 3: Table 4: Table 5: Table 6: Table 7: Table 8: Table 9: Table 10: Table 11: PART III FACULTY STAFFING PATTERNS, LOADS AND SALARIES TABLE OF CONTENTS Budgeted Fl'E Faculty Positions --Academic Year Percentage Distribution of Faculty Workload by College Fall Term Percentage Distribution of Faculty by Rank and Number of Months of Employment per Year Number of Courses Offered --Fall Term Average Class Size --Fall Term Student Credit Hours Produced --Fall Term Student Credit Hour Productivity per FTE Faculty Fall Term Student Credit Hour Productivity per Budgeted FTE Teaching Position --Fall Term Number of FTE Students per Budgeted Faculty Fall Term Average Faculty Salaries by Rank and Number of Months Employed per Year by College Percentage of Faculty Members Holding Doctorates III -i

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TABLE 1 BUDGETED ITE FACULTY POSITIONS ACADDfI C YEAR College 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 Basic Studies N .A. N .A. N.A. 86.6 92.0 Bus. Admin. N.A. N .A. N .A. 19 .4 25.0 Education N.A. N .A. N.A. 22.5 34.0 Engineering 8.0 (....) Lib. Arts Total N .A. N .A. N .A. 110.1 130.0 I I-' I Fine Arts N.A N.A. N .A. N .A. N.A. ...... Lang. Lit. N .A. N .A. N.A. N .A. Nat. Sci. N.A. N.A. N.A. N .A. N.A. Soc. Sci. N .A. N.A. N.A. N .A. N .A. Total Colleges N.A. N .A. N .A. 238.6 289.0 c:: CJ) Other N.A. N .A. N.A. 7.8 6.1 "rj -;i:.. n St. Petersburg Campus II> CJ) ro I"( < Total University 108.5 139.1 172.3 245. 4 295.1 --....J I -....J 0

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w I ...... I N c CJ) -::l -> n Ill U'l (i) "1 < -"" I "" --TABLE 1 BUDGETED FTE FACULTY POSITIONS ACADEMIC YEAR College 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 Basic Studies 100.27 114.27 124.27 119.25 120.17 Bus. Admin. 31.00 41.00 53.00 67.00 78.00 Education 42.00 69.00 82.50 122 .55 155 .93 Engineering .16.00 20.00 30.50 34.25 38.25 Lib. Arts Total 138. 77 159.77 214.02 250.25 301. 50 Fine Arts 23.75 27.25 34.85 47.14 57.00 Lang. Lit. 33.00 37.00 43.50 54.33 67.50 Sci. 47 .67 54.17 77.67 80.10 93.00 Soc. Sci. 31.25 37.25 55.00 66.68 78.00 Total Colleges 328.04 404.04 504.29 593.30 693.85 Other 10.00 25.68 32.50 48.10 73.40 St. Petersburg Campus 6.00 12. 00 Total University 338.04 429. 72 536.79 647.40 779. 25 NOTE: "Other" includes Research and Development, Cooperative Education, Central Acade mic Administration, and the like. "Liberal Arts Total" includes positions in the Dean's Office.

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TABLE 2 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF FACULTY WORKLOAD BY COLLEGE FALL TERM College Year Teaching Research Extension Advising Basic Studies 1960 70% 12% 4% 7% 1961 73 2 7 5 1962 82 0 5 7 1963 78 1 3 9 1964 86 1 1 6 1965 86 1 2 7 1966 70 7 2 10 1967 76 6 2 7 1968 81 6 1 6 1969 85 2 1 6 Bus. Adrnin. 1960 70 8 5 2 1961 78 1 12 5 1962 88 0 3 7 i : 1963 73 0 1 17 1964 88 0 1 6 1965 86 1 2 6 1966 68 3 0 23 1967 71 1 0 22 1968 85 4 0 8 1969 72 0 2 21 Admin. 7% 12 6 9 6 6 11 9 6 6 14 4 2 9 5 5 6 7 3 5 3-2-1 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 2 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF FACULTY WORKLOAD llY COLLEGE FALL College Year Teaching Research Extension Advising Education 1960 68% 4% 1% 1% 1961 56 3 15 10 1962 76 0 9 11 1963 73 0 5 16 1964 85 5 1 5 1965 86 4 1 6 1966 57 10 12 1J 1967 75 2 16 3 1968 NA NA NA NA 1969 76 2 0 18 Engineering 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 48 0 10 16 1965 6 10 8 1966 63 1 15 9 1967 70 7 1 14 1968 84 2 0 6 1969 81 2 1 7 Admin. 26% 16 4 6 4 3 8 4 NA 4 27 8 12 7 7 9 3-2-2 USF/Aca.

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TABLE 2 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF FACULTY WORKLOAD BY COLLEGE FALL TERM College Year Teaching Research Extension Advising Liberal Arts 1960 68% 16% 7% 3% 1961 56 4 21 7 1962 74 4 3 6 1963 73 10 2 9 1964 81 7 1 5 1965 79 9 1 7 1966 74 12 1 8 1967 71 12 1 10 1968 80 10 0 6 1969 80 6 0 7 University Total 1960 69 13 5 5 1961 67 2 12 6 1962 79 1 4 7 1963 75 5 3 10 1964 81 4 1 6 1965 80 5 1 7 1966 69 9 3 11 1967 73 7 3 10 1968 NA NA NA NA 1969 79 4 1 11 NOl'E: m n y not add up to 100 due to rounding. SOURCE: Computed from Staff Assignment Reports (STAR). Admin. 6% 13 13 6 6 6 5 6 3 6 8 12 8 7 8 7 8 7 NA 6 3-2-3 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 3 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF FACULTY BY RANK AND NUMBER OF MONTHS OF EMPLOYMENT PER YEAR No, of Associate Assistant Year Months Prof. Prof. Prof. Instructor 196 0-61 10 5.9% 34.6% 41.1% 18 .4% 12 1 00.0 1961-62 10 8.2 26. 7 43.9 21.2 12 1 00 0 1962-63 10 5 2 29.7 48 9 16.2 12 63.2 15.8 10.5 10.5 1963-64 10 6 1 28.0 50.2 15.7 12 46. 4 25.8 21.2 6 6 1964-65 10 8 9 27.1 51. 7 12. 3 12 31.8 44. 1 18.1 6 0 1965-66 10 6 1 25.6 55. 3 12.8 12 29. 0 40. 3 26.5 4 3 1966-67 10 6 6 24. 8 53 1 15. 5 12 33.3 38.3 25. 0 3 4 1967-68 9 No 9 month c ontracts 12 16 0 31.9 39.0 13 1 3-3:-1 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 3 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF FACULTY BY RANK AND NUMBER OF MONTHS OF EMPLOYMENT PER YEAR No. of Associate Assistant Year Months Prof. Prof. Prof. Instructor 1968-69 9 .No 9 month contracts 12 16.4% 31.3% 41.0% 11.3% 1969-70 9 9.8 18.4 45.7 26.2 12 18.4 32.6 42.6 6.3 NOTE: Percentages may not add up to 100 due to rounding. 3-3-2 USF/Aca. S erv./7-70

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TABLE 4 NUMBER OF COURSES OFFERED --FALL TERM College 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 Basic Studies 62 72 69 77 82 llus. Admin 52 59 68 81 83 Education 76 104 107 121 145 Engineering 19 41 63 90 107 Liberal Arts 294 330 361 444 514 Afro-Amer. 2 Fine Arts 63 66 78 96 115 Lang. Lit. 71 85 88 106 120 :-lat Sci. 83 97 104 132 148 Soc. Sci. 77 82 91 110 129 All Cnlleges 503 606 668 813 931 '.'J(ITI:.: "1wn'v 1 > 1 L ,urses" to tht! number of different cour::. e th.rn the numh ... of c1as: S<'ctirnts. SOl'l
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TABLE 5 AVERAGE CLASS SIZE --FALL TERM College 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 Basic Studies 36 36 34 34 32 Bus. Admin. 30 34 31 32 34 Education 25 25 29 24 22 Engineering 19 22 17 21 18 Lib. Arts Total 28 28 25 24 23 Afro-Amer. 25 Fine Arts 13 16 14 15 13 Lang. Lit. 25 23 23 22 19 Nat. Sci. 26 29 26 23 22 Soc. Sci. 35 33 30 30 29 All Colleges 31 31 29 27 26 3-5-1 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 6 STUDEN T CREDIT HOVRS PRODUCED --FALL TERM College Level 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 Basic Studies Lower 14, 775 23,848 22, 139 20,997 29,075 Upper 165 1,227 1, 725 Grad. Total 14,775 23,848 22,304 22,224 30, 800 w I 2,222 2, 780 0\ Bus. Admin. Lower 1,494 1,659 3,160 I Upper 282 568 1,909 3,455 5,209 Grad. Total 1, 776 2,227 4,131 6,235 8,369 Education Lower 921 1,092 1,533 1,441 1,950 c C/'l "".: Upper 453 843 2,704 5,360 5 ,880 ....... > () CJ Grad. 462 U'l 'b Total 1,374 1,935 4,237 6,801 8,292 'i < ....... I 0

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College Engineering w Lib. Arts Total I 0\ I N Total University c::: C/l "'1 ......... > n Pl C/l llj ., < ......... ....., I ....., 0 TABLE 6 STUDENT CREDIT HOURS PRODUCED Level 1960 1961 Lower Upper Grad. Total Lower 4,069 8, 777 Upper 53 1,234 Grad. Total 4, 122 10,011 Lower 21,259 35,376 Upper 788 2,645 Grad Total 22,047 38,021 FALL TERM 1962 1963 1964 951 18 969 12,460 15 t 339 19,553 4,851 7,990 10,507 17 ,311 23,329 30,060 38,354 40,557 5 4 ,689 9,629 18,032 23,339 462 47,983 58,589 78,49 0 I

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TABLE 6 CREDIT HOURS PRODUCED --FALL TERN College Level 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 Basic Studies Lower 33,906 35,522 27,888 2 7, 811 29,984 Upper 1, 710 2,067 8,902 8,949 11,531 Grad. 239 387 311 Total 35,616 37,589 37,029 37,147 41,826 w I Bus. Admin. Lower 3,896 4,505 5,309 6,493 5,822 I w Upper 5 ,875 7,837 11,143 13,533 16,980 Grad. 309 783 1,092 1,356 Total 9, 771 12,651 17,235 21,118 24,158 Education Lower 1,093 1,066 1,504 1,410 2 ,280 c:: (/) >rj Upper 9 ,121 10,255 17,832 20,068 25,736 -> n QI Grad 689 2,240 7 ,220 10,743 12,376 (/) ro Total 10, 903 13,561 26,556 32,221 40,392 '1 < -" I 0

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TABLE 6 STUDENT CREDIT HOURS PRODUCED --FALL TERM College Level 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 Engineering L ower 1,979 1,277 1,845 1,444 1 ,322 Upper 346 2,031 2,629 3,873 4,130 Grad 89 778 1,232 1 486 Total 2,325 3,397 5,252 6,549 6,938 w Lib. Arts Total Lower 22,886 20,753 23,396 25,173 27,900 I I Upper 13,695 20,065 25,368 32,057 37,032 Grad. 403 3,332 5,182 6,373 8,697 Total 36,984 44,150 53,946 63,603 73,629 Fine Arts Lower N.A. N.A. 1,378 1,882 2,502 c::: Upper N.A. N.A. 4,374 4,094 t/) "rj. -;i:.. Grad. N .A. N.A. 652 793 1 107 n Ill C/l Total N .A. N .A. 5,009 7 ,049 7,703 ro '1 < --...J I -..J 0

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TABLE 6 STUDENT CREDIT HOURS PRODUCED --FALL TER:-1 College Level 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 Lang. Lit. Lower N .A. N.A. 3,632 4,258 Upper N.A. N.A. 6,265 7,538 8,569 Grad. N.A. N.A. 1,787 2,112 2,242 Total N.A. N.A. 11..684 13,908 14, 152 w Nat. Sci. Lower I N.A. N.A. 9,094 9,183 8,985 a-I Upper N.A N.A. 6,890 8,619 11,424 V1 Grad. N.A. N.A. 1,559 l,603 2,697 Total N.A. N.A. 17 ,543 19 ,405 23,106 Soc. Sci. Lower N .A. N.A. 9,292 9,850 13 ,072 c:: en Upper N.A. N.A. 9,234 11,526 12,945 '"'1 -> r, Grad. N.A. N.A. 1,184 1,865 t> Total N.A. 19, 710 23,241 28,668 lj "1 < -" I "' 0

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TABLE 6 STUDENT CREDIT HOrRS PRODUCED --FALL TERM College Level 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 Cooperative Edu. Lower 1,575 1,650 2,370 Upper 135 325 300 Grad. 24 12 Total 1,734 1,975 2,682 (.,..) I Research and I Development Lower Upper 484 Grad. 937 Total 1,423 c:: Total University Lower 63,760 63,123 61,517 63,981 69,678 tl'l "%j -> Upper 30,747 42,255 66,435 78,795 96,195 n tl'l Grad. 1,092 5,970 14,226 19,827 251175 (!) '1 < Total 95,599 111,348 142,178 162,603 191,048 -......, I ......, 0

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TABLE 7 STUDENT CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTIVITY PER F'I'E FACULTY --FALL TERM College 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 Basic Studies NA NA NA 257 335 451 329 298 312 348 Bus. Admin. NA NA NA 321 335 312 308 325 315 310 Education NA NA NA 302 244 234 196 322 263 259 Engineering NA NA NA 144 17.0 112 191 181 w Lib. Arts Total NA NA NA 212 239 262 276 252 254 244 I -..J I Fine Arts NA NA NA NA NA 106 123 144 150 135 ...... Lang. Lit. NA NA NA NA NA 210 222 269 256 210 Nat. Sci. NA NA NA NA NA 282 303 226 242 248 Soc. Sci. NA NA NA NA NA 434 434 358 349 368 All Colleges 194 264 273 250 272 315 275 278 271 269 c: en '2j ......... > (') en rt .., < ......... -..J I -..J 0

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TABLE 8 STUDENT CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTIVITY PER BUDGETED FTE TEACHING POSITION --FALL TERM Year Level 1960 Lower Upper Grad. All Levels 1961 Lower Upper Grad All Levels 1962 Lower Upper Grad. All Levels 1963 Lower Upper Grad. All Levels 1964 Lower Upper Grad All Levels J-8-1 Student Credit Hours per Budgeted FI'E Teaching Position Budgeted Actual 323.7 317.2 323.7 317.2 334.6 343.1 250.0 220.4 325.8 330 J 393. 3 359.1 294.1 269. 7 368.4 336.7 400 366. 7 260 211 9 339.1 299 4 400 270 206.0 125 49.1 327 330.5 USF/ Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 8 STUDENT CREDIT HOUR PRODUCTIVITY BUDGETED FTE TEACHING POSITION -FALL TEHM Studenl Credl.t I lou n p e r Budgeted 'f'ead11 n g Position Year Level Budgeted Actual 1965 Lower 400 436.0 Upper 270 269.5 Grad 220 343.4 All Levels 341 404. 2 1966 Lower 400 364.1 Upper 270 300.2 Grad 220 760 .S All Levels 339 345 Y 1967 Lower 400 323 l Upper 275 364.5 Grad. 220 270.8 All Levels 329 337. 2 1968 Lower 400 421.8 Upper 275 286 .1 Grad. 220 220.4 All Levels 310 318 4 1969 Lower 400 513 2 Upper 280 276.9 Grad 210 252 8 -All Levels 299 330.4 3-8-2 USF/Aca Serv./7-70

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Year 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 TABLE 9 NUMBER OF FTE STUDENTS PER BUDGETED FACULTY FALL TERM Budgeted FTE Actual FTE Students per Students per Budgeted Budgeted FTE Budgeted FTE Students Classroom Classroom Budgeted T e.aching Teaching Faculty Level l'osi ti on Position Position Lower 22 20 Upper Grad. All Levels 22 21 14 Lower 22 23 Upper 17 15 Grad. All Levels 22 22 18 Lower 26 24 Upper 20 18 Grnd. All Levels 25 22 20 Lower 27 24 Upper 17 14 Grad. All Levels 23 20 18 Lower 27 32 Upper :J-8 14 Grad. lo 4 All Levels 22 22 18 FTE per FTE 3_9-l USF/Aca. Actual FTE Students per Budgeted FTE Faculty Pos.i ti on 14 18 19 16 18 Serv./7-70

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Year 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 TABLE 9 NUMBER OF FTE STUDENTS PER BUDGETED FACULTY FALL TERM l\udgeted FTE Actual FTE Students per Students p e r 'ted 13udgeted F'l'E Budgeted FTE Students Classroom Clnssroom Budgeted Teaching Teaching Faculty Level Position Position Position Lower 27 29 Upper 18 18 Grad. 18 29 All Levels 23 24 18 Lower 27 24 Upper 18 20 Grad 18 63 All Levels 23 23 17 Lower 27 22 Upper 18 24 Grad. 18 35 All Levels 22 24 17 Lower 27 28 Upper 18 19 Grad. 18 24 All Levels 21 22 16 Lower 27 34 Upper 19 19 Grad. 17 25 All Levels 20 23 15 F'l'E per FTE 3-9-2 USF/Aca /\c tu a.I 1-"l'E Students per BudgetPd FTE Faculty Position 19 18 18 17 17 S erv./7-70

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TABLE 10 AVERAGE FACULTY SALARIES BY RA..'lK Al D OF HONTHS L'1PLOYED PER YEAR BY COLLEGE 1965-66 No. of Associate Assistant College Months Professor Professor Professor Instructor All Ranks Basic Studies 10 Mo. Mean $12,300 $10, 213 $ 8,634 $ 7,546 $ 8,663 Median 12,300 10,000 8,500 7,500 8,500 Range 12,300-12,300 ll,400-9,700 9,700-7,750 10,000-6,600 12 Mo. Mean 14,614 11,614 10,407 7,156 11,669 w Median 14, 800 -11,600 9, 850 6,000 11,900 I ..... Range 15,000-14,100 13,500-10,300 12,100-9,000 6,000 -6,000 0 I ..... Bus. Ad min 10 Mo. Mean 10,475 9,300 7,233 9,235 Median 10,200 9,300 7,200 9,300 Range 11,500-10,000 10,000-8,000 7,500-7,000 12 Mo. Mean 16,550 13,050 10,000 9,200 13,067 c Median 16,550 13,050 10,000 9,.200 13,050 (fl Range 17, 100-16, 000 13,100-13,000 10,000-10,000 9,200-9,200 '-::! -;i.. n Education 10 Mo. Ill Mean 11, 700 10, 159 8,805 7,500 9,522 (fl (!) Median 11,500 10,000 8,800 7,500 9,250 '1 < Range 11, 500-11, 500 11,600-9,250 10,500-7' 800 7,500-7,500 -...... I 12 Mo ...... 0 Hean 14,300 11, 880 10,555 11, 878 Median 14,300 12,000 10,250 11, 300 Range 15,000-13,600 12,500-11,200 11,800-9,600

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TABLE 10 AVERAG E FACULTY SALARIE S B Y A.'D XUMBER OF M O NTHS EMPLOYED PER Y EAR BY C OLLEG E 19n5-66 Continued College No. of Associate Assistant Months Professor Professor Professor Instructor All Ranks Engineering 10 Mo. Mean $16'16 7 $13 ,070 s.10,300 $ $12,719 Median 16,000 13,000 11,000 13,000 Range 16,600-15,900 14,000-11, 850 11,000-8,500 12 Mo. Mean 19,200 13,400 16,300 Median 19 ,200 13,400 16,300 w Range 19,200-19,200 13,400-13,400 I .... 0 I Liberal Arts 10 Mo. N Total Mean 12,627 10,591 8,951 7 ,072 9,493 Median 12,500 10,500 9,000 7,375 9,250 Range 15 '900-11, 300 12,500-9,200 10, 7' 300 7,800-6,000 12 Mo. Mean 14,757 12,144 10,659 13,028 Median 14,825 12,450 10,500 12,950 c:::: Range 16,500-12,800 13,700-10,500 11,650-9,900 Cll >rj -Fine Arts 10 Mo. > n Mean 10 ,250 8,150 7 ,086 8,308 Ill Median 10 ,250 8,000 7,300 8,200 Cll ro Range 10,300-10,200 9,000-7,600 7,300-6,000 ,., < -12 Mo. -....) I Mean 14,433 12,500 10,925 13,439 -....) c Median 13 '700 12,500 10,925 13 ,550 Range 16,500-12,800 12,500-12,500 11,650-10,200

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TABLE 10 AVERAGE FACULTY SALARIES BY RANK AND OF EMPLOYED PER YEAR BY COLLEGE 1965-66 Continued No. of Associate Assistant College Months Professor Professor Professor Instructor All Ranks Lang. Lit. 10 Mo. Mean $ll,900 $10,930 $ 8,815 $ 7,567 s 9,380 Median ll,900 ll,050 8,900 7,600 9,100 Range 12 '500-ll, 300 12,000-9,600 9,600-8,100 7 '800-7' 300 12 Mo. Mean 14;750 11,700 9,900 12 ,130 Median 14,750 11,550 9,900 11,575 (..0 Range 15 '800-13' 700 13,200-10,500 9,900-9,900 I ...... 0 I Nat. Sci. 10 Mo. w Mean 13,040 10,946 9,509 7 ,612 10 ,379 Median 12,500 10,950 9,300 10,250 Range 15 900-11, 700 12,500-9,600 10 '800-8' 600 12 Mo. Mean 15,225 12 ,125 10 ,800 13, 356 .tedian 15,000 12,550 10,800 12,700 c:: Range 16,500-14,400 12 700-10 700 10 '800-10' 800 C/l -Soc. Sci. 10 Mo. > (") Mean ll,400 9,931 8,873 7,450 9 ,212 OJ Median 9,900 9,200 7,450 9,300 C/l !t> Range 11,100-9,200 9,600-7,300 7,450-7,450 '1 < -12 Mo. -...J I Mean .14, 800 12 ,850 11,000 13,400 -...J c 14,800 12,900 13,400 Range 15,000-14,600 13' 700-11, 900

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w I f--' 0 I C C/l -:> n Ql College University TABLE 10 AVERAGE FACULTY SALARIES BY RA."i'K AND NUMBER OF MONTHS EMPLOYED PER YEAR BY COLLEGE 1965-66 Continued No. of Associate Assistant Months Professor Professor Professor Instructor All Ranks Total 10 Mo. Mean $13,252 $10,649 $ 8,967 $ 7,343 $ 9,453 Median 12,500 10,400 8,900 7,475 9,200 Range 16,600-10,600 14,000-9,200 11,000-7,300 10,000-6,000 12 Mo. Mean 14,828 12,024 10,436 7,835 12,238 Median 14,800 12,000 10,000 8,000 12,250 Range 19,200-12,500 13,700-10,300 12,500-8,900 9,200-6,000 C/l (!) '1 NOTE: and Range for full time faculty only_ ; Mean includes part time faculty as well. -....... I ....... 0 SOURCE: Academic Salaries Within the State University System of Florida, Office of State Board of Regents, and USF Academic Salary Study.

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TABLE 10 AVERAGE FACULTY SALARIES BY RANK AND NUMBER OF MONTHS EMPLOYED PER YEAR BY COLLEGE 1966-67 No. of Associate Assistant College Months Professor Professor Professor Instructor All Ranks Basic Studies 10 Mo. Mean $12,397 $10,440 $ 8, 762 $ 7,059 $ 8,640 Median 12,500 10,300 8,600 7,250 8,500 Range 13,000-12,000 11, 800-9, 800 9,800 -7,800 8,300-5,250 12 Mo. w Mean 14,889 11,675 10,787 7 ,467 ll,992 I I-' Median 15,300 ll,500 10,500 6,500 12,000 0 I Range 15,700-13,500 12, 800-10, 600 12,800--9,000 6,500-6,500 Ui Bus. Admin 10. Mo. Mean 10,920 9,631 7,500 9,703 Median 19',600 9,600 7,450 9,900 Range 12,000-9,900 10,-400-9,000 7,800-7,250 12 Mo. Mean 17,000 12,900 10,167 12,900 c Median 17,000 13,000 10,050 12,550 Ul '"fl Range 18, 000-16, 000 13, 600-12 100 10,450-10,000 -> (") p.i Education 10 Ho. Ul Mean 12,500 10,665 9,000 7 ,080 9,245 (t) '"I Median 12,500 10,600 9,000 7,800 9 200 <: -Range 12,500-12,500 12,500-9,700 ll,200-8,200 7,800-6,000 I 12 Mo. 0 Mean 14,350 12,262 11, 154 12,522 Median 14,300 12, 100 11,050 12,300 Range 16,000-13,000 14,350-10,500 12,400-9,600

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TABLE 10 AVERAQE FACULTY SALARIES BY NUMB E R O F MONT H S EMPLOYED PER Y EAR BY COLLEGE 1966-67 Continued No. of Associate Assistant College Months Professor Professor Professor Instructor All Ranks Engineering 10 Mo. Mean $16,175 $13,233 $10,311 $12,468 Median 16,350 13,300 12,20 0 Range 17,000-15,000 14,000-12,200 ll,300-9,000 12 Mo. w Mean 19,600 13,600 16,600 I Median 19,600 13,600 16,600 1--' 0 Range 19,600-19,600 13,600-13,600 I Liberal Arts 10 Mo. Total Mean 13,549 10, 717 9,165 7 ,261 9,809 Median 13,025 10, 775 9,200 7,800 9,500 Range 18,000-10,900 12,500-9,400 ll,000-7,800 8,000-6,000 12 Mo. Mean 14,815 12,197 10 ,282 13,362 c:::: Median 14,825 12,000 10 ,150 13,200 en Range 17 ,100-13,200 14,000-10,550 ll,340-9,900 >%j -> n Fine Arts 10 Mo. Ill Mean .. 10,900 10,200 8,392 7,500 8,525 en ct> Median 10,900 10,200 8,500 8,5 5 0 Ii < Range 10,900-10,90 0 10,200-10,200 9,300-7,800 --..J I 12 Mo. -..J 0 Mean 14,883 12,800 10,150 13. Median 14,625 12 ,800 10,150 13,575 Range 17 ,100-13,200 13,000-12,600 10,400-9,900

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TABLE 10 AVERAGE FACULTY SALARIES BY AYD NUMBER OF MONT H PER YEAR BY COLLEGE 1966-67 Continued No. of Associate Assistant College Months Professor Professor Professor Instructor Al l R anks Lang Lit. 10 Mo. Mean $12,950 $10 ,513 $ 8,975 $ 7,817 s 9,508 Median 12,950 10,275 9,000 7,800 9,200 Range 12,950-12,950 12,100-9,400 9,600-8,200 8,000-7,650 12 Mo. w Mean 14,560 11,807 12,954 I Median 14,100 11,800 13,000 ..... 0 Range 16,300-13,600 13,600-10,550 I ......, Nat. Sci. 10 Mo. Mean 13,478 11,246 9,740 7 '761 10,834 Median 12,950 11,200 9,500 10,600 Range 18,000-12,400 12,500-9,400 11,000-8,800 12 Mo. Mean 15,140 12,433 13,663 c: Median 15,300 12,400 13 ,2 00 C/l Range 17 ,000-13,200 14 ,000-11, 200 "%] -:I>-(') Soc. Sci. 10 Mo. ni Mean 14,500 10 ,161 9,227 7,933 9,747 C/l t'D Median 14,500 10,000 9,450 8,000 9,500 '1 < Range 15,000-14,000 11,400-9,600 9,900-8,000 8,000 -7,800 -......, I 12 Mo ......, 0 Mean 14,625 12,225 11,340 13,362 Median 14,600 12,000 13,350 Range 15,700-13,600 13 100-11, 800

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w I 0 I 00 c:: IJ.l "'1 -> (') Ql --...J I -...J 0 TABLE 10 AVERAG E FACUL T Y SALARIES BY RANK AND Nl'MBER OF M ONTHS EMPLOYED PER YEAR BY C O LLEG E 1966-67 Continued No. of Associate Assistant College Months Professor Professor Professor Instructor All Ranks University Total 10 1o. Mean $13 '808 $10,894 $ 9,168 $ 7,205 $ 9,600 Median 14,000 10,600 9,100 7,475 9,450 Range 18,000-10,900 14,000-9,400 11,300-7,600 10,000-5,250 12 Mo. Mean 14,936 12,154 10,700 8,058 12,580 Medi an 15,000 12,000 10,300 8,250 12,500 Range 19,600-12,900 14,350-10,500 13,500-9,000 9,200-6,500 N OTES: Median and R ang e for full tim e faculty only ; includes part time faculty as well. SOURC E: Academ i c Sala r ies Within t h e State University System o f Florida 1966-67, Office o f t h e Board of Regents and U S F Academic Salary Study

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TABLE 10 AVERAGE FACULTY SALARIES BY AND NUMBER OF PER YEAR BY COLLEGE 1967-68 No. of Associate Assistant College Months Professor Professor Professor Instructor All Rank s Basic Studies 12 Mo. Mean $16,803 $13,427 $11,271 $ 8,679 Sll, 977 Median 16,450 13,000 11,000 8,900 11,500 Range 20,000-14,600 16,500-11,000 13,000-10,100 10,500-7,200 Bus. Ad.min. 12 Mo. Mean 18,367 13, 822 12,089 9 ,114 13,099 w Median 18,100 13,600 12,200 9,100 11,000 I ...... Range 20,000-17,000 16,500-11,000 13 800-9 400 10, 100-7 ,200 0 I Education 12 Mo. Mean 16,967 13,640 11,220 7,200 12,993 Median 16,000 13' 350 11,500 7,200 12,500 Range 22,000-14,000 16,500-11,000 12,800-9,004 7,200-7,200 c::: Engineering 12 Mo. C/l Mean 20,450 15,873 13,088 15,624 "'%j -Median 20,900 15,800 13,250 14,700 > n Range 22,000-18,100 19,000-14,200 14 ,500-11, 700 tu C/l er, '1 < --J Liberal Arts 12 Mo. I -J 0 Total Mean 17,260 13,822 12 ,012 8,308 12,970 Median 16,750 14,000 12,000 7,200 11,000 Range 22,600-14,375 17,000-11,000 14,500-10,000 10 ,500-7 ,200.

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w I 0 I 0 --...J I -...J 0 College Fine Arts Lang. Lit. Nat. Sci. Soc. Sci. TABLE 10 AVERAGE F ACULTY SALARIES BY A!D OF MONTHS EMPLOYED PER YEAR B Y C O LLEGE 1967-68 Continued No. of Associate Months Professor Professor 12 Mo. Mean $16,443 $13, 706 Median 16,000 13,750 Range 18,000-15,500 15,000-12,400 12 Mo. Mean 16,187 13,260 Median 15,500 13,500 Range 18,800-14,375 16,000-11,000 12 Mo. Mean 18,317 14,456 Median 17,650 14,400 Range 22,600-15,600 17,000-12,000 12 Mo. Mean 17,662 13 ,471 Median 17,250 14,000 Range 22,000-14,500 15 500-11, 000 Assistant Professor $11,510 11,500 13,200-10,000 11,332 11,000 13,000-10,000 12,533 12,500 14,500-10,650 12,167 12,000 13, 500-11, 000 Instructor $ 9,500 9,50 0 9,500-9,500 9,044 9,900 10,500-7,200 7,495 7,200 9,950-7,200 9,211 9,500 10,500-7,200 All Ranks $12,844 12,350 12,902 12, 850 13,094 13,200 12,927 12, 800

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TABLE 10 AVERAGE FACULTY SALARI E S BY RANK A.'iD OF EMPLOYED PER YEAR BY COLLEG E w I ...... 0 I ...... ...... c:: ti) >rj -> n Q) College University Total No. of Months Professor 12 Mo. Mean $17 ,411 Median 17,000 Range 22,600-13,400 1967-68 Continued Associate Assistant Professor Professor Instructor All Ranks $13,891 $11,755 $ 8,529 $ 1 2 932 13' 750 12,000 8,950 1 2 600 19 '000-11, 000 14,500-8,890 10,800-7 ,200 NOTES: Median and Range full time faculty only; Mean includes part time faculty as well. There r; no 1 0 month faculty appointments in 1967-68. --..J I -..i SOU RCE: USF Academic Salary Study 0

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TABLE 10 AVERAGE FACULTY SALARIES BY RANK AND NUMBER Of EMPLOYED PER YEAR BY COLLEGE 1968-69 No. of Associate Assistant College Months Professor Professor Professor Instructor All Ranks Basic Studies 12 Mo. Mean $19,271 $14,764 $12,651 $ 9,174 $13,572 Median 20,000 14,267 12 ,278 9,000 13,272 Range 22,000-16,000 18,000-12,000 15,500-10,000 11,000-8,000 Bus Admin. 12 Mo. Mean 18,936 16,106 13 ,538 10,043 14,847 \,,.) Median 19,625 16,100 13,667 10,200 14. 883 I ..... 0 Range 21,500-15,200 18,000-14,200 15,000-12,000 11,500-9,300 I ..... N . Education 12 Mo Mean 19,409 15,783 13,126 9, 165 14,450 Median 19,350 15,600 12,925 10, 139 14,262 Range 23,500-16,000 18,500-13,800 14,500-10,000 11,000-8,000 c Engineering 12 Mo. en -rj Mean 22,457 17,273 14,452 17,307 ......... > Median 21,512 17,000 14,500 17,000 (") CJ Range 24,500-19,700 20,400-14,500 16' 800-13. 200 (/) '1l '1 < Liberal Arts 12 Mo. ......... 15,670 13,339 9,116 14,694 --..J Total Mean 19,642 I --..J Median 19, 140 16,100 13,350 8,910 14,725 0 Range 24 ,500-16. 800 18,100-13,200 18,000-10,700 11,500-8,000

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w I I-' 0 I I-' w -""-l I ""-l 0 College Fine Arts Lang. Lit. Nat. Sci. Soc. Sci. TABLE 10 AVERAGE FACULTY SALARIES BY RM1< NUMBER OF XONTHS EMPLOYED PER YEAR BY COLLEGE 1968-69 Continued No. of Associate Months Professor Professor 12 Mo. Mean $18,375 $14,814 Median 18,000 14,500 Range 20,000-17,000 17,500-13,400 12 Mo. Mean 18,800 15,181 Median 18,250 15,150 Range 24,000-16,800 17,200-13,200 12 Mo. Mean 20,650 16,200 Median 20,750 15, 899 Range 24,500-17,700 18,100-14,800 12 Mo. Mean 20, 712 16,143 Median 20,000 16,250 Range 24,000-18,000 11,500-14,000 Assistant Professor $13, 134 13,000 14,950-ll,OOO 12,740 12,500 14,200-10,700 14,028 14,050 15,500-13,000 13,283 13,143 18,000-12,000 Instructor $10,554 10, 497 ll,200-9,794 9,040 10,250 11,500-8,000 8,170 8,000 10,448-8,000 10,148 10,500 11,000-9,000 All Ranks $14,459 13, 750 14,592 13,825 15, 119 14, 9 7 4 14,490 1 4 696

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TABLE 10 AVERAGE FACULTY SALARIES BY RANK OF MONTHS EMPLOYED PER YEAR BY COLLEGE c::: Ul ...., -> n College University Total No. of Months Professor 12 Mo. Mean $19,579 Median 19,500 Range 24,500-14,000 1968-69 Continued Associate Assistant Professor Professor Instructor All Ranks $15 ,686 $13,202 $ 9,317 $14,584 15,612 12,939 9,300 14,276 21,500-12,000 18, 000-10, ooo 12,400-8,000 Ul NOTES: Median and Range for full time faculty only; Mean includes part time faculty as well. There were < no 10 month faculty contracts in 1968-69. ---..J SOURCE: USF Academic Salary Study ......

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TABLE 10 AVERAGE FACULTY SALARIES BY NUMBER OF MONTHS EMPLOYED PER YEAR BY COLLEGE 1969-70 No. of Associate Assistant College Months Professor Professor Professor Instructor All Ranks Basic Studies 9 Mo. $17, 723 $13 ,091 $12,412 $ $12,970 Median 17,591 11,864 12,756 12, 756 Range 17,591-17,591 11, 864-11, 864 12,756-9,375 12 Mo. Mean 20,100 15,023 12,936 9,731 14,441 Median 20,oso 14,800 12,550 9,600 14,100 w Range 23,000-16,700 17,500-12,500 16' 100-10' 300 11,000-8,200 I .... 0 Bus . Admin. 9 Mo. I .... 14,050 13, 750 12,768 10,250 12, 869 V1 Mean Median 14,050 13,750 12,756 10,250 12,756 Range 16,000-12,000 14,500-13,000 15,000-11,000 10,250-10,250 12 Mo. Mean 20, 714 17,309 14,339 10, 567 15,676 Median 20,400 17,200 14,600 10,700 15,200 c:: Range 23,000-18,800 19,100-15,200 16,500-12,000 11,400-9,600 CJ) Education 9 Mo. ;I>-n Mean 15, 715 13, 405 11,473 12,741 Ill Median 15,500 13,400 10,950 12,756 CJ) (1) Range 19,701-12,273 15, 000-11, 455 12,756-10,000 t-1 < -12 Mo. ...._, I Mean 21, 371 16,447 13'176 9,693 15, 502 ...._, 0 Median 20,750 16,000 13,400 10,048 14,520 Range 25,800-16,500 20,000-14,200 14,500-10,523 11,100-8,000

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w I >--' .College Engineering ? Liberal Arts Total c C/l '"rj -> (') Ill ---..J I --..J TABLE 10 AVERAGE FACU LTY SALARIES B Y RA.."iK k'ID NIDIBE R OF MONTHS EMPL O YED PER YEAR BY C O LLEGE 1969-70 Continued No. of Associate Assistant Months Professor Professor Professor Instructor All Rank s 9 Mo. Mean $ $16,750 $12,000 $ 514,375 Median 16,750 12,000 14,250 Range 17,000-16,500 12,000-12,000 12 Mo. Mean 23,486 17, 725 15 ,152 17,940 Median 25,000 18,300 14,900 17,500 Range 25,500-20,600 21,000-12,400 20, 777-10' 600 9 Mo. Mean 17,768 14,322 11,964 9 ,889 12,745 Median 18,000 14,000 12 ,600 9,889 12,756 Range 20,455-14,650 16,596-12,012 13 '881-10 ,000 9,889-9,889 12 Mo. Mean 21,246 16, 971 13' 735 11,017 16' 177 Median 20,600 16,750 13,800 11,100 15,150 Range 28,000-17,500 21,000-13,200 17,000-9,350 12,000-8,555

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w I ..... 0 I ..... -...J c Ul "'1 -> n II> --...J I -...J 0 TABLE 10 AVERAGE FACULTY SALARIES BY .A.'\ID NUMBER OF MONTHS EMPLOYED PER YEAR BY COLLEGE 1969-70 Continued No. of Associate Assistant College Months Professor Professor Professor Instructor All Ranks University Total 9 Mo. Mean $16,819 $13,897 $12 ll3 $ll, 103 $12,899 Median 16,000 13,500 12,756 10,070 12,756 Range 20,455-12,100 18,159-11,455 16,696-9,375. 10,250-9,889 12 Mo. Mean 21,194 16 ,589 13,584 10 ,513 15,735 Median 20,650 16,450 13,500 10, 716 15,000 Range 30,100-14,000 21,000-12,050 20,777-9,350 13,600-8,000 NOTES: Median and Range for full time faculty only ; Mean includes part time faculty as well. I n formation not by Division in the College of Liberal Arts for 1969-70. SOCRCE: CSF Academic Salary Study.

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TABLE 11 OF FACULTY MEMBERS HOLDING DOCTORATES College 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-63 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 Basic Studies 60.0% 60. 4 % 59.0% 57 .1% 57 .5% 47. 4 % 49.0% 59. 8% 60. 9 % 57 .6% Bus. Admin. 41. 7 61.5 62.5 38.1 32.0 41. 2 34.1 43.1 45.9 50.0 Education 80.0 91. 7 76.5 69.2 63.6 67.5 58.1 56.4 55.7 58.1 Engineering 66.7 58. 8 59.1 58.6 56.2 61.5 w I Liberal Arts 78.1 75. 8 75.3 69.2 70.6 71. 8 71. 7 69.2 65.6 63.5 ..... ..... Total I ..... Fine Arts 28.6 9.1 8.3 8.7 11.1 13.8 12.9 22.2 14.9 10. 7 Lang. Lit. 87.5 88.2 86. 4 87.5 87.1 81.2 76.5 70.0 69.5 56.3 Nat. Sci. 93.3 90.5 88.9 84.2 89.6 92.0 94.5 88.1 95.3 96.1 c U'l 'Tl -> Soc. Sci. 88.9 91. 7 86.7 85.7 75.9 83.3 81. 6 76.5 70.2 75.7 () II> U'l (!) '1 University 63.9 67.3 65. 8 60.9 61. 3 56.8 57.4 59.9 58.8 58.5 <: -Total ....... I ....... 0 NOTES: These figures include all faculty on full and part-time appointments. SOURCE: Office of University Planning.

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Table 1: Table 2: Table 3: Table 4: Table 5: Table 6: Table 7: Table 8: Table 9: Table 10: PART IV FISCAL ANALYSIS TABLE OF CONTENTS Current Income by Source Current Expenditures by Budgetary Function Percentage Distribution of Current Income by Source Percentage Distribution of Current Expenditures by Budgetary Function Educational and General Current Operating Funds Expenditure Percentage Distribution of Educational and General Current Operating Funds Expenditure Physical Plant Investment by Category as of End of Fiscal Year Analysis of Total Expense and Operating Capital Outlay Expenditures per FTE Fiscal Year Student and per FTE Faculty Analysis of Educational and General Current Operating Funds Expenditure per FTE Fiscal. Year Student Analysis of Educational and General Current Operating Funds Expenditure per FTE Faculty IV -i

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I I c::: en 'zj -> 0 Ill en -I ...... 0 TABLE 1 CURRENT INCOME BY SOURCE Source 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 State Appropriation $1,990,870 $2,795,127 $3,348,770 Student Fees 170, 770 394,745 572 ,109 Contracts, Grants and Donations 16,170 91,953 87,847 Miscellaneous 2,553 8,569 7 _.406 Total Income 2,180,363 3,290,394 4,016t132 Cash Balance July 1 16.963 27.518 55.535 Total Available $2,197,326 $3,317,912 $4,071,667 SOURCE: Business Managers Report 1963-64 1964-65 $4,542 ,891 $5,601,494 752,835 1,014,848 393,256 261,996 11,850 29,636 5,700,832 "6,907 ,974 59.538 63.304 $5,760,370 $6,971,278

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I ..... I N "Zj -> n Ill Source State Appropriations Student Fees Contracts, Grants and Donations Miscellaneous Total Income Cash Balance July 1 Total Available SOURCE: Business Managers Report TABLE 1 CURRENT INCOME BY SOURCE 1965-66 1966-67 $6,578,656 $8,231,803 1,606,075 2,126,354 1,069,329 2,671,482 33,137 9,279 9,287,197 13,038,918 368.215 244.483 $9,655,412 $13,283,401 1967-68 $9,317,083 3,075,467 4,328,175 46,545 16,767,270 6021041 $17,369,311

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TABLE 2 CURRENT EXPENDITURES BY BUDGETARY FUNCTION Function 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 Gen. Admin. $ 414,952 $ 536,502 $ 619,847 $ 934,651 $1,041,101 Resident Instr. 1,036 ,634 1,655,887 2' 116' 807 2,865,015 3,726,053 Organized Research (Including Contracts and Grants) 18,321 71,869 118,422 182,902 269,327 Extension and Public I Service 437 N I Libraries 222,170 334,357 400,632 466,764 498,632 Physical Plant 421,503 553,758 648,301 813,159 843,299 Organized Activity Related to Instr. 35,060 93,477 95,973 230,907 224,341 Building Constr. c:: from Grants 194,934 C/l >'Zj -Other Non-Edu. > () Ill Total Operating C/l ID Expenditures $2,149,077 $3,245,850 $3,999,982 $5,688,332 $6,602,753 11 < -..., I ..., 0

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TABLE 2 CURRENT EXPENDITURES BY BUDGETARY FUNCTION Function 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 Gen. Admin. $1,193,270 $1,326,876 $1,520,951 Resident Instr. 4,595,328 5,516 ,684 7,761,349 Organized Research (Including Contracts and Grants) 736,006 2,237,782 3,090,592 -'='-Extension and Public I Service 114,151 154,201 2,244 N I N Libraries 711,740 983,596 770,642 Physical Plant 1,214,028 1,482,883 1, 748,288 Organized Activity Related to Instr. 454,129 354,411 332,544 Building Constr. c::: from Grants 329, 121 501,699 1,270, 792 Cll "Sj -Other Non-Edu. 50.000 83.705 104.184 > n Ill Total Operating Cll Expenditures $9,397,773 $U,641,837 $16,601,586 '1 < -..... I ..... 0 SOURCE: Business Manager's Report

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I w I ..... 'zj -> n Pl -....... I ....... 0 TABLE 3 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF CURRENT INCOME BY SOURCE Source 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 State Appropriation 90.6% 84.2% 82.2% 78.9% 80.3% 68.1% 62.0% 53.6% Stuqent Fees 7.8 11.9 14.1 13.1 14.6 16.6 16.0 17.7 Contracts, Grants and Donations 0.7 2.8 2.2 6.8 3.8 11.l 20.1 24.9 Other o 9 1.1 1.5 1.2 1.3 4.2 1.9 3.7 NOTE: Percentages may not add up to 100 due to roWlding. Other includes Miscellaneous and Balance On Hand.

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TABLE 4 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES BY BUDGETARY FUNCTION Function 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 Gen. Admin. 19.3% 16.5% 15.5% 16.4% 15.8% U.7% 10.5% 9.1% Resident Instr. 48.2 51.0 52.9 50.4 56.4 48.9 43.6 46.4 Organized Research (Inclu4ing Contracts and Grants 0.9 2.2 3.0 3.2 4.1 7.8 17.7 18.2 Extension and Public I Service 1.2 1.2 1.1 I ...... Libraries 10.4 10.3 10.0 8.2 7.5 7.6 7.8 4.6 Physical Plant 19.6 17.1 16.2 14.3 u.8 12.9 11. 7 10.4 Organized Activity Related to Instr. 1.6 2.9 2.4 4.1 3.4 4.8 2.8 2.0 Building Constr. c:::: from Grants 3.4 3.5 4.0 7.6 en ..., -Other Non-Edu. 0.6 0.7 0.6 > 0 Ill en Total Operating Expenditures 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 -...., I ...., 0

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TABLE 5 EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE Function 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 Gen. Admin. Salary $ 295,832 $ 343,173 $ 416,859 $ 668,421 $ 757 ,012 O.P.S. 14,322 24,452 26,054 33,154 Expense 93,490 141,970 150,451 202,977 215 ,474 .r:--I o.c.o. 25,630 37,036 28,085 37,198 35,461 \JI I Transfers .... Total $ 414,952 $ 536,502 $ 619,847 $ 934,651 $1,041,101 Resident Instr. Salary $ 928,492 $1,339,710 $1,735,287 $2,458,785 $3,250,211 O.P.S. 53,030 67,060 89, 797 11 _4, 349 c:::: Cl) Expense 101,629 135,763 169,782 202,120 257,889 'z.l -> () o.c.o. 6,513 127,386 144,678 114,314 103,603 II> Cl) Total $1,036,634 $1,655,889 $2 ,116, 807 $2,865,015 $3,726,053 -....... I ....... 0

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TABLE 5 EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE Function 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 Organized Research (State Supported) Salary $ 8,655 $ 9,607 $ 7,140 $ 8,030 $ 8,130 O.P.S. 242 258 Expense 2,746 998 950 2,039 2,098 s:-I o.c.o. 168 88 V1 I N Total $ 18,321 $ 10,605 $ 8,090 $ 10,479 $ 10,575 Libraries, Extension & Public Serv. Salary $ 95,475 $ 153,011 $ 184,325 $ 237,210 $ 260,934 O.P.S. 11,353 15 ,689 19,636 17' 331 c::: Cll Expense 6,405 12,315 12,450 16,309 12 ,829 ..., -> () o.c.o. 1201 727 157 1 677 188 1 168 193.609 207.537 Q:I Cll Total $ 222,607 $ 334,356 $ 400,632 $ 466,764 $ 498,631 ID l'1 < -....... I ....... 0

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TABLE 5 EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE Function 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 Operation & Maintenance of Physical Plant Salary $ 244,597 $ 292,802 $ 347,204 $ 457,568 $ 514,010 O.P.S. 3,968 3,382 1,352 1,768 Expense 174,147 232,U2 271,412 315,230 306,465 """ I o.c.o. 2,758 24,865 26,303 39,008 21,056 \.II I w Total $ 421,503 $ 553,757 $ 648,301 $ 813 ,158 $ 843,299 Organized Act. Related to Instr. Edu. Salary $ 29,410 $ 40,095 $ 55,816 $ 91,697 $ 102,398 c::: O.P.S. 5,798 6,320 10,832 11,099 Cll 'z:I -5,650 12,608 16,847 24,422 31,657 > Expense () Ill Cll o.c.o. 34.976 16.990 103.955 79.188 ID Total $ 35,060 $ 93,477 $ 95,973 $ 230,907 $ 224,341 --.J I University Total p1889165o -.J 0

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TABLE 5 EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE Function 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 Gen. Admin. Salary $ 856,367 $ 879,933 $1,110,274 O.P.S. 30,295 54,129 76,443 Expense 263,741 337,596 300,744 .i:-o.c.o. 42,868 39,448 33,490 I VI I Transfers 50,000 25,000 .i:-Total $1,243,271 $1,336,106 $1,520,951 Resident Instr. Salary $3,882,058 $4,438,990 $6,933,886 O.P.S. 234,348 260,214 318,123 c:: 368,706 295,515 421,961 en Expense '11 -> 110,215 160,101 87,379 (') o.c.o. Ill en Total $4,595,328 $5,154,820 $7,761,349 (1) --...J I -...J 0

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TABLE 5 EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE Function 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 Organized Research (State Supported) Salary $ 23,666 $ 98,145 $ 237,365 O.P.S. 2,317 14,100 29,411 Expense 7,635 53,357 91,095 .ii--I o.c.o. 1.981 84.347 1271821 VI I VI Total $ 35,599 $ 249 ,949 $ 485,692 Libraries, Extension & Pub. Serv. Salary $ 394,735 $ 402,600 $ 412,449 O.P.S. 44,079 42,204 22,181 c:: Cll Expense 61,991 105,850 23,755 's:I -> 0 o.c.o. 325.087 587.143 314.501 Cl> Cll Total $ 825,892 $1,137,797 $ 772,885 -..... I ..... 0

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. ........ ..... I ..... 0 TABLE 5 EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE Function Operation & Maintenance of Physical Plant Salary O.P.S. Expense o.c.o. Total Organized Act. Related to Instr. (Div. Edu. Resources) Salary O.P.S. Expense o.c.o. Total University Total 1965-66 $ 562,681 3,864 549,326 98,157 $1,214,029 $ 138,722 21,077 47,390 246,940 $ 454,129 i8.368.246 1966-67 $ 698,022 1,178 681,529 102,154 $1,482,883 $ 174,322 37,227 60,520 82,341 $ 354,410 i9.715.965 1967-68 $ 811,433 5, 715 837' 778-63,534 $1,718,460 $ 215,781 31,914 54,296 30,554 $ 332,544 NOTE: O.P.s. is Other Personal Services; o.c.o. is Operating Capital Outlay. 67-68 excludes Cont. Edu. SOURCE: Business Manager's Report

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TABLE 6 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE Function 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 Gen. Admin. Salary 13.8% 10.8% 10.7% 12.6% 11.9% O.P.S. 0.4 0.6 0.5 0.5 Expense 4.4 4.5 3.9 3.8 3.4 o.c.o. 1.2 1.2 0.7 0.7 0.6 I I Transfers .... Total 19.3% 16.9% 15.9% 17.6% 16.4% Resident Instr Salary 43.2% 42.0% 44.6% 46.2% 51.3% O.P.S. 1. 7 1. 7 1. 7 1.8 c:::: Cll Expense 4.7 4.3 4.4 3.8 4.1 '-.:! -> () o.c.o. ....Q.:1 ....hZ. 2.1 1.6 Ill Cll Total 48.2% 52.0% 54.4% 53.8% 58.8% R> -...... I ...... 0

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TABLE 6 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBtrrION OF EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE Function 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 Organized Research (State Supported) Salary 0.4% 0.3% 0.2% 0.2% 0.1% O.P.S. o.o o.o. Expense 0.1 o.o o.o o.o o.o .I:'-I o.c.o. 0.3 o.o o.o I N Total 0.8% 0.3% 0.2% 0.2% 0.1% Libraries, Extension & Pub. Serv. Salary 4.4% 4.8% 4.7% 4.5%' 4.1% O.P.S. 0.3 0.4 0.4 0.3 c: Cl) Expense 0.3 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.2 lsj ""' > 0 o.c.o. 5.6 -2.:.Q. i& 2& -1.d Ool Cl) Total 10.4% 10.5% 10.3% 8.8% 7.9% ID ""' I ....., 0

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TABLE 6 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE Function 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 Operation and Maintenance of Physical Plant Salary 11.4% 9.2% 8.9% 8.6% 8.1% O.P.S. 0.1 0.1 o.o o.o Expense 8.1 7.3 7.0 5 -.9. 4.8 I o.c.o. .J!.:l 0.8 .Jhl .Jhl 0.3 I w Total 19.6% 17.4% 16. 7% 15.3% 13.3% Organized Act. Related to Instr. (Div. Edu. Resources) Salary 1.4% 1.2% 1.4% 1.7% 1.6% c:: O.P.S. 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 en t'llj -Expense 0.3 0.4 0.4 0.5 0.5 > n "" o.c.o. ....!.:.! _Q_:.! ....b.2. ....!d en ID Total 1.7% 2.9% 2.5% 4.3% 3.5% -..., I ...., University Total 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 0

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TABLE 6 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTICfi OF EDUCATICfiAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE Function 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 Gen. Admin. Salary 10.2% 9.1% 8.8% O.P.S. 0.4 0.6 0.6 Expense 3.2 3.5 2.4 o.c.o. 0.5 0.4 0.3 I I Transfers _Q,& _Q.d Total 14.9% 13.9% 12.1% Resident Instr. Salary 46.4% 45.7% 55.1% o.P.s. 2.8 2.7 2.5 c:: en "'.I Expense 4.4 3.0 3.4 -> 0 Pl o.c.o _!d 1.6 en ftl Total 54.9% 53.1% 61. 7% 11 < -" I 0

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TABLE 6 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE Function 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 Organized Research (State Supported) Salary 0.3% 1.0% 1.9% O.P.S. o.o 0.1 0.2 Expense 0.1 0.5 o 7 I o.c.o. .Jh2. 1.0 0\ I VI Total 0.4% 2.6% 3.9% Libraries, Extension & Pub. Serv. Salary 4. 7% 4.1% 3.3% O.P.S. 0.5 0.4 0.2 c:: en >zJ Expense 0.7 1.1 0.2 "' > n 6.0 ...bi Ill o.c.o. en ID Total 9.9% 11.5% 6.1% :! "' ...., I ...., 0

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TABLE 6 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBtn'ION OF EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE Function 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 Operation and Maintenance of Physica1 Plant Salaty 6.7% 7.2% 6.4% O.P.S. o.o o.o o.o Expense 6.6 7.0 6. 1 I o.c.o. _!d ....h! ....Qd I Total 14.5% 15.3% 13.6% Organized Act. Related to Instr. (Div. Edu. Resources) Salary 1. 7% 1.8% 1. 7% d O.P.S. 0.3 0.4 0.3 en .q ....... Expense 0.6 0.6 0.4 > 0 Ill o.c.o. -1.J!. _Jh! _Qd en (1) 11 Total 5.4% 3.6% 2.6% < ....... ...., I -..J University Total 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 0 NOTE: O.P.S. is Other Personal Services; o.c.o. is Operating Capital Outlay.

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I ...... I ..... c Cl> -> n OJ -...... I ...... 0 TABLE 7 PHYSICAL PLANT INVESTMENT BY CATEGORY AS OF END OF FISCAL YEAR Category 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 Land $ 173,400 $ 173,400 $ 296,936 $ 296,936 $ 296,936 Buildings 6,427,096 9,752,715 11,332,839 15,439,871 19,090,482 Machinery and Equipment 1,000,051 1,395,577 1,682,375 2,507 '725 3,084,591 Books, Film, Records and Slides 215,070 368,055 .;43,401 746,492 977 ,385 Other Structures and Improvements 269,200 1,072,446 1,101,994 1,369,293 1,374,626 Construction in Progress 3,437,691 1,672,559 4,012 ,351 2. 984, 191 1,020,200 Totals $11,522,508 $14,434,752 $18,969,896 $23,344,508 $25,844,220

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I ....... I N Cl> ID -..... I ....... 0 TABLE 7 PHYSICAL PLANT INVESTMENT BY CATEGORY AS OF END OF FISCAL YEAR Category 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 Land $ 296,936 $ 797,036 $ 797 ,036 Buildings 19,810,022 27,568,922 29,683,604 Machinery and Equipment 4,432,596 6,038,926 6,852,411 Books, Films,. Records and Slides 1,340,667 1,968,863 2,332,714 Other Struc.tures and Improvements 1,243,055 3,485,073 5,093,580 Construction in Progress 7,674,386 3,605,244 6,208,887 Totals $34,797,662 $43,464,064 $50,968,233 SOURCE: Business Manager's Report

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Year 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 I 1963-64 ()0 I 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 c:: Cf.) 'sJ ....... > () II> Cf.) :! ....... ...... I ...... 0 TABLE 8 ANALYSIS OF TOTAL EXPENSE AND OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY EXPENDITURES PER Fl'E FISCAL YEAR STUDENT AND PER FTE FACULTY EXPENSE OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY Per FTES Per FTEF Per Fl'ES Per FTEF $274 $3,540 $116 $1,498 209 3,. 852 149 2,746 167 3,609 109 2,346 163 3,110 104 1,990 135 2,800 73 1,515 173 3,842 110 2,441 155 3,570 107 2,456 170 3,222 64 1,224

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I I ..... c::: Cl) -> n ID en ID '1 < -...... I ...... 0 TABLE 9 ANALYSIS OF EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE PER FrE FISCAL YEAR STUDENT Function 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 Gen. Admin. Salaries and Wages $ 211 $ 139 $ 118 $ 149 $ 129 $ 118 Expense 67 55 40 43 35 35 o.c.o. 18 14 8 8 6 6 Total $ 296 $ 208 $ 166 $ 200 $ 170 $ 159 Resident Instr. Salaries and Wages $ 663 $ 543 $ 484 $ 546 $ 548 $ 547 Expense 73 53 46 43 42 49 o.c.o. 5 50 39 24 17 15 Total $ 741 $ 646 $ 569 $ 613 $ 607 $ 611 1966-67 1967-68 $ 94 $ 116 34 30 4 3 $ 132 $ 149 $ 475 $ 711 30 41 16 9 $ 521 $ 761

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I I N c::: en tsj -> 0 Ill en ID -....., I ....., 0 TABLE 9 ANALYSIS OF EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE PER Fl'E FISCAL YEAR STUDENT Function 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 Organized Research (State Supported) Salaries and Wages $ 6 $ 4 $ 2 $ 2 $ 1 $ 3 Expense 2 1 o.c.o. 5 Total $ 13 $ 4 $ 2 $ 2 $ 1 $ 4 Libraries, Extension & Pub. Serv. Salaries and Wages $ 68 $ 64 $ 54 $ 55 $ 45 $ 58 Expense 5 5 3 3 2 8 o.c.o. 86 61 51 41 34 43 Total $ 159 $ 130 $ 108 $ 99 $ 81 $ 109 1966-67 1967-68 $ 11 $ 26 5 9 9 13 $ 25 $ 48 $ 45 $ 43 11 2 59 31 $ 115 $ 76

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I I w c: en .,,,, -> n PJ en -....... I ....... 0 TABLE 9 ANALYSIS OF EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE PER Fl'E FISCAL YEAR STUDENT Function 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 Physical Plant Salaries and Wages $ 175 $ 116 $ 94 $ 98 $ 84 $ 75 Expense 124 90 73 67 50 73 o.c.o. 2 10 7 8 3 13 Total $ 301 $ 216 $ 174 $ 173 $ 137 $ 161 Organized Act. Related to Instr. Salaries and Wages $ 21 $ 18 $ 17 $ 22 $ 18 $ 21 Expense 4 5 5 5 5 6 o.c.o. 14 5 22 13 33 Total $ 25 $ 37 $ 27 $ 49 $ 36 $ 60 Grand Total $1,535 $1,241 $1,044 $1,139 $1,033 $1,113 1966-67 1967-68 $ 71 $ 80 69 a2 10 6 $ 150 $ 168 $ 21 $ 24 6 5 8 3 $ 35 $ 34 $ 982 $1,235 NOTE: "Salaries and Wages" includes Other Personal Services; o.c.o. equals Operating Capital Outlay.

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I ..... 0 I ..... c:: Cll Ozj -> 0 I Cll -....... I ....... 0 TABLE 10 ANALYSIS OF EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE PER PTE FACULTY Function 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 Gen. Admin. Salaries and Wages $ 2, 727 $ 2,570 $ 2,561 $ 2,830 $ 2,678 $ 2,623 Expense 862 1,021 873 827 730 780 o.c.o. 236 266 163 152 120 127 Total $ 3,825 $ 3,857 $ 3,597 $ 3,809 $ 3,528 $ 3,530 Resident Instr. Salaries and Wages $ 8,558 $10,012 $10 ,461 $10,385 $11,401 $12,177 Expense 937 976 985 824 874 1,091 o.c.o. 60 916 840 466 351 326 Total $ 9,555 $11,904 $12,286 $11,675 $12,626 $13,594 1966-67 1967-68 $ 2,174 $ 2,211 786 560 92 62 $ 3,052 $ 2,833 $10,936 $13 ,510 688 786 373 163 $11, 997 $14,459

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I ....... 0 I N c= en l'Zj -> n Ill en ID -" I ...... 0 TABLE 10 ANALYSIS OF EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE PER FTE FACULTY Function 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 Organized Research (State Supported) Salaries and Wages $ 80 $ 69 $ 41 $ 34 $ 28 $ 77 Expense 25 7 6 8 7 23 o.c.o 64 1 6 Total $ 169 $ 76 $ 47 $ 43 $ 35 $ 106 Libraries, Extension & Pub. Serv. Salaries and Wages $ 880 $ 1,182 $ 1,161 $ 1,047 $ 943 $ 1,298 Expense 59 88 72 66 43 183 o.c.o. 1.113 1.134 1.092 789 703 962 Total $ 2,052 $ 2,404 $ 2,325 $ 1,902 $ 1,689 $ 2,443 1966-67 1967-68 $ 261 $ 497 U4 170 196 238 $ 581 $ 905 $ 1,035 $ 810 246 44 1.366 586 $ 2,647 $ 1,440

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I .,_. 0 I w c: ti> l%j -> () II.I ti> 11> :1 -'-I I '-I 0 TABLE 10 ANALYSIS OF EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL CURRENT OPERATING FUNDS EXPENDITURE PER FTE FACULTY Function 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 Physical Plant Salaries and Wages $ 2,254 $ 2,134 $ 2,035 $ 1,870 $ 1,748 $ 1,676 Expense 1,605 1,669 1,575 1,285 1,039 1,625 o.c.o. 25 179 153 159 71 290 Total $ 3,884 $ 3,982 $ 3,763 $ 3,314 $ 2,858 $ 3,591 Organized Act. Related to Instr. Salaries and Wages $ 271 $ 330 $ 361 $ 418 $ 385 $ 473 Expense 52 91 98 100 107 140 o.c.o. 251 99 424 268 731 Total $ 323 $ 672 $ 558 $ 942 $ 760 $ 1,344 1966-67 1967-68 $ 1,627 $ 1,522 1,586 1,561 238 118 $ 3,451 $ 3,201 $ 492 $ 461 141 101 192 57 $ 825 $ 619 NOTE: "Salaries and Wages" includes Other Personal Services; O.C.O. equals Operating Capital Outlay.

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Table 1: Table 2: Table 3: Table 4: Table S: Table 6: Table 7: Table 8: Table 9: Table 10: Table 11: Table 12: Table 13: Table 14: PART V PHYSICAL PLANT TABLE OF CONTENTS Space Analysis Relative to Gross Square Footage Non-Residential Building Inventory --By Building -Tampa Campus A. St. Petersburg Campus Vacant Vacant Available Instructional Space: Rooms, Student Stations, and Area by Building and and Type of Room --Fall Term, 1969 --Tampa Campus A. St. Petersburg Campus Utilization of Instructional Space by Day of Week Fall Term, 1969 --Tampa Campus A. St. Petersburg Campus Utilization of Instructional Space by Hours of the Day --Fall Term, 1969 --Tampa Campus A. St. Petersburg Campus Vacant Floor Space Related to Hours of Student Occupancy -Fall Term, 1969 --Tampa Campus A. St. Petersburg Campus History of Floor Space Related to Hours of Student Occupancy --Tampa Campus History of Utilization of Instructional Space by Average Periods of Use Per Week --Tampa Campus Vacant Vacant Residential Building Inventory --Fall Term, 1969 v -i

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Year 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 TABLE 1 SPACE ANALYSIS RELATIVE TO GROSS SQUARE FOOTAGE TAMP A CAMPUS Gross Square Gross Square Gross Feet per FTE Feet per FTE Square Feet Fiscal Year Student Faculty 267 ,917 461, 715 330 4,255 594,359 180 3,319 666,624 179 3,869 1,014,229 217 4,133 1,134,053 185 3,843 1,158,854 154 3,428 1,631,048 165 3,796 1,722,929 169 3,210 1,958,440 158 3,025 2,003,797 137 2,571 ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS 1969-70 192,112 NOTE: Gross square footage represents maintained areas in both nonresidential and residential buildings. SOURCE: Gross square footage from .Facilities Planning Office. 5-1-1 USF/Aca. Serv./12-70

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TABLE 2 NON-RESIDENTIAL BUILDING INVENTORY --BY BUILDING --TAMPA CAMPUS Gross Area Gross Area Bldg. Year No. of in Sq. Ft. in Sq. Ft. Net Area Book Replacement No. Building Cons tr. Rooms (1) (2) in Sq. Ft. Value Value Academic and Administrative 1 Administration 1960 212 74,768 72,236 50,366 1,158,906 1,692,002 67 Andros-Office/ Classroom 1967 55 14,094 14,094 12,532 261,586 295,592 39 Bus. Admin. 1966 168 69,759 64,189 41,676 1,162,091 1,382,888 VI I 40 Bus. Auditorium 1966 7 5,237 5,104 4,486 150,000 178,500 N I ..... 2 Chemistry 1960 137 78,027 75,799 57,002 1,263 ,911 1,845,310 66 Education 1967 184 59,507 59,295 51,415 1,465,366 1,655,864 44 Engineering 1966 200 91,251 85, 917 72,685 1,532,803 1,824,036 45 Engr. Auditorium 1966 6 5,290 5,224 4,622 155,000 184,450 46 Engr. Research 1966 14 5,545 5,533 5,214 79,650 98,766 c::: Cll 86 Faculty Office/ -> Classroom 1969 263 42,129 42 ,129 36,827 628,75f 646,357 n OJ Cll 10 Fine Arts-ID Humanities 19 63 242 129,482 114,306 67,378 1, 701,016 2,228,331 :1 -21 Greenhouse 1961 1 600 600 600 2,942 4,178 ..... N I 1,844,454 ..... 3 Library 1960 240 137,136 136,545-121,120 2,692,903 0

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TABLE 2 NON-RESIDENTIAL BUILDING INVENTORY --BY BUILDING TAMPA CAMPUS Gross Area Gross Area Bldg. Year No. of in Sq. Ft. in Sq. Ft. Net Area Book Replacement No. Building Cons tr. Rooms (1) (2) in Sq. Ft. Value Value 7 Life Science 1961 127 53,054 50,813 36,706 1,021,853 1,440,813 28 Observatory 1964 7 2,022 2,022 1, 713 42,802 54,787 37 Physical Ed. Classroom 1966 61 20,329 19 ,601 16,481 317,393 377 ,698 36 Physical Ed. Gymnasium 1966 73 89,015 79,608 67,344 1,397 ,933 1,705,478 Vl 11 Physical Ed. I N Lockers 1960 19 5,280 5,280 4,464 102,345 149,424 I N 25 Physics 1964 207 80,285 79,043 70,094 1,566,691 2,005,364 75 Science Center 1968 292 91, 821 91, 821 83,541 2,415,050 2,574,443 81 Social Science 1968 440 111,613 111,417 101, 723 2,081,237 2,218,599 5 Theater 1961 32 23,883 23,527 20,597 565,543 797 ,416 82 Theater Center 1968 89 32,077 32,703 29,311 669,349 713,526 c:: en "lj 4 University -Center 1960 237 115,112 107 ,032 92,068 1,674,916 2,445,377 Pl en ID Academic and Administrative. Total 3,313 1,337,316 1,283,838 1,049,965 23,300,525 29,223,808 -N I ...... 0

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TABLE 2 NON-RESIDENTIAL BUILDING INVENTORY --BY BUILDING --TAMPA CAMPUS Gross Area Gross Area Bldg. Year No. of in Sq. Ft. in Sq. Ft. Net Area Book Replacement No. Building Cons tr. Rooms (1) (2) in Sq. Ft. Value Value Maintenance and Physical Plant 41 Central Receiving 1965 14 10,452 10,206 8,968 120,740 149,718 17 Chemical Treatment 1959 NA NA NA NA 2,440 3,636 VI 20 Cooling Tower 1960 NA NA NA NA NA NA I N 27 I Entrance w Structure 1963 NA -0-0-0-3,085 4,165 43 Grounds 1965 17 5,535 5,535 5,319 74,981 92,976 9 Maintenance I 1961 14 11,972 11,972 10,814 102,097 143,957 84 Maintenance II 1968 14 15,168 15,168 14,422 132,022 140,735 42 Operations Admin. 1965 27 6,486 6,448 5,360 119,339 147 ,980 d 6 Power Plant 1960 10 15,527 15,527 14,058 1,243,257 en 1,815,155 's:I :;;-() 15 Pump House 1960 NA NA NA NA 3,440 5,022 Ill en 14 Sewage ID 11 Station 14 1960 NA NA NA NA 61,424 89,679 < -..... 16 Sewage N I Station 16 1960 NA NA NA NA 15,700 22,922 ....... 0

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TABLE 2 NON-RESIDENTIAL BUILDING INVENTORY --BY BUILDING --TAMPA CAMPUS Gross Area Gross Area Bldg. Year No. of in Sq. Ft. in Sq. Ft. Net Area Book Replacement No. Building Constr. Rooms (1) (2) in Sg. Ft. Value Value 26 Transportation & Inspection 1963 1 3,200 3,200 3,090 8,936 11,706 65 Warehouse 1 1966 NA 4,800 4,800 4,500 15 ,184 18,069 74 Warehouse 2 1967 NA 4,160 4,160 3,960 9.964 11,259 80 Warehouse 3 1967 NA 7,200 7,200 6,800 21,989 24,848 V1 18 Water Tank 1959 NA NA NA NA 51,030 77 ,055 I N I Maintenance & Physical Plant Total 1,985,628 2,758,882 Other 83 Golf Club Main-tenance Office 1966 3 667 667 602 2,500 3,050 79 Golf Course Ser-c:: vice Building 1967 3 2,400 tn 2,400 2,278 10 ,932 12,353 ""j -55 T.V. Transmission 1965 4 2, 720 2,720 2,508 468,484 580,920 > (') Ill Other Total 481,916 5%,323 tn lb -NOTE: Gross Area (1) Floor area inside columns--used for maintenance considerations, (2) Calculated by AIA ...... N (American Institute of Architects) procedure--used for construction cost consideration. Data as of I end of fiscal year 1969. Maintenance and Physical Plant Total excludes Cooling Tower. 0 SOURCE: Gross area --Facilities Planning; Remaining information --Space and Facilities.

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TABLE 2A NON-RESIDENTIAL BUILDING INVENTORY --BY BUILDING --ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS No. of Bldg. Assignable Gross Area Net Area Book Replacement No. Building Rooms in Sq. Ft. in Sq. Ft. Value Value Academic and Adminis trative 47 A 183 81, 710 68, 774 593,725 3,033,935 48 B 20 53,500 11,885 111,585 639,382 53 G 15 5,256 4,855 8,000 52,960 54 H 8 1,600 1,254 4,000 26,480 VI I N Academic and Admin-...... istrative Total 227 142,066 86,768 717,310 3,752,757 Maintenance and Phisical Plant 68 Garbage 1 304 900 4,599 c:: 69 Boiler 0 1,100 38,457 196,515 en >z:I 72 Guard House 1 315 450 2,300 -> 0 Ill 73 Pump House 0 315 450 2,300 en Ill Maintenance and -Physical Plant Total 2,034 40,257 205, 714 .... N I ..... 0 SOURCE: Space and Facilities Office.

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TABLE 5 AVAILABLE INSTRUCTIONAL SPACE: ROOMS, STUDENT STATIONS., AND AREA BY BUILDING AND TYPE OF ROOM --FALL TERM, 1969 TAMPA CAMPUS Total Classrooms Teaching Labs All Rooms No. of No. Stud. Area in No. of No. Stud. Area in No. of No. Stud. Area in Building Rooms Stations Sq. Ft. Rooms Stations Sq. Ft. Rooms Stations Sq. Ft. Bus. Auditorium 1 426 3,057 1 426 3,057 Bus. Admin. 30 1,110 17,036 1 32 876 31 1,142 17,9U Chemistry 18 974 13,388 10 206 8,151 28 1,180 . 21,539 VI Education 13 489 10,873 1 30 1,830 14 519 12, 703 I VI I Eng. Auditorium 1 240 3,262 1 240 3,262 Engineering 9 330 5,268 20 545 16,639 29 875 21,907 Fine Arts 16 715 10,548 21 861 22,644 37 1,576 33,192 Faculty Office/ Classroom (1) 7 258 4,160 7 258 4,160 c Cl> '-.:I Life Science 11 493 7,088 -11 246 7 ,872 22 739 14,960 > n 288 4,526 288 4,526 Ill Phys. Edu. 8 8 Cl> ID Physics 11 554 7,646 6 173 6,954 17 727 14,600 -...... Faculty Office/Classroom name changed to Andros-Office/Classroom 9-70. I (1) ...... 0

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VI I VI I N c::: Cl) 'z:I -> 0 lb -....., TABLE 5 AVAILABLE INSTRUCTIONAL SPACE: ROOMS, STUDENT STATIONS, AND AREA BY BUILDING AND TYPE OF ROOM --FALL TERM, 1969 TAMPA CAMPUS Total Classrooms Teaching Labs All Rooms No. of No. Stud. Area in No. of No. Stud. Area in No. of No. Stud. Building Rooms Stations Sq. Ft. Rooms Stations Sq. Ft. Rooms Stations Soc. Sci. 26 938 14,783 10 283 7,139 36 1,221 Soc. Sci. II(2 ) 4 83 1,613 4 83 Theatre Center 4 197 8,046 4 197 Theatre 1 552 5,150 1 552 Total 156 7,450 108,398 84 2,573 80,151 240 10,023 (2) Soc. Sci. II name changed to Faculty Office/Classroom 9-70. NOTE: Classrooms includes seminar rooms and teaching auditoriums as well as general classrooms. SOURCE: A Report on the Utilization of Instructional Space at the University of South Florida, o gpace and Area in Sq. Ft. 21, 922 1,613 8,046 5,150 188,549

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TABLE 5A AVAILABLE INSTRUCTIONAL SPACE: ROOMS, STUDENT STATIONS, AND AREA BY BUILDING AND TYPE OF ROOM --FALL TERM, 1969 ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS Total Classrooms Teaching Labs All Rooms No. of No. Stud. Area in No. of No. Stud. Area in No. of No. Stud. Building Rooms Stations Sq. Ft. Rooms Stations Sq. Ft. Rooms Stations A 14 512 7,987 1 30 922 15 542 B 4 190 2,108 4 190 V1 I V1 > I ..... Total 18 702 10,095 1 30 922 19 732 SOURCE: A Report on the Utilization of Instructional Space at the University of South Florida, Space and Facilities Department. -r;-11> -..... N I ...., 0 Area in Sq. Ft. 8,909 2,180 11,017

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TABLE 6 UTILIZATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL SPACE BY DAY OF WEEK FALL TERM, 1969 TAMPA CAMPUS Weekly Use Weekly Use Room Basis Student Station Basis Average Average Total Number of Total Number of Student Periods Room-Periods Station-Student Day of Periods Rooms Periods Stations the Week Used Used Used Used CLASSROOMS (a) 156 Rooms (b) 7,450 Student Stations Monday 1,223 7.8 36,403 4.9 Tuesday 1,141 7.3 32,783 4.4 Wednesday 1,205 7.7 35,786 4.8 Thursday 1,072 6.9 30,500 4.1 Friday 697 4.5 22,511 3.0 Saturday Total 5,338 34.2 157,983 21.2 TEACHING LABORATORIES (a) 84 Rooms (b) 2,573 Student Stations Monday 365 4.3 6,595 2.6 Tuesday 496 5.9 8,672 3.3 Wednesday 392 4.7 7,342 2.9 Thursday 457 5.4 7,915 3.1 Friday 298 3.6 4,921 1.9 Saturday Total 2,008 23.9 35,445 13.8 5-6-1 USF/ Aca. Serv./7-70

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Day of The Week Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Total TABLE 6 UTILIZATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL SPACE BY DAY OF WEEK FALL TERM, 1969 TAMPA CAMPUS Weekly Use Weekly Use Room Basis Student Station Basis Average Average Total Number of Total N\Dllber of Student Periods Room Periods Station-Student Periods Room Periods Stations Used Used Used Used ALL INSTRUCTIONAL ROOMS (a) 240 Rooms (b) 10,023 Student Stations 1,588 6.6 42,998 4.3 1,637 6.8 41,455 4.2 1,597 6.7 43,128 4.3 995 6.4 38,415 3.8 995 4.1 27,432 2.7 7,346 30.6 193,428 19.3 NOTE: Classrooms includes seminar rooms and teaching auditoriums as well as general classrooms. SOURCE: A Report on the Utilization of Instructional Space at the University of South Florida, Space and Facilities Department. 5-6-2 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 6A UTILIZATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL SPACE BY DAY OF WEEK FALL TERM, 1969 ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS Weekly Use Weekly Use Room Basis Student Station Basis Average Average Total Number of Total Number of Student Periods Room-Periods Station-Student Day of Periods Rooms Periods Stations the Week Used Used Used Used CLASSROOMS (a) 18 Rooms (b) 702 Student Stations Monday 67 3.7 1,572 2.2 Tuesday 79 4.4 1,457 2.1 Wednesday 54 3.0 1,174 1. 7 Thursday 66 3.7 1,276 1.8 Friday 4 0.2 124 0.2 Saturday Total 270 15.0 5,603 8.0 TEACHING LABORATORIES (a) 1 Room (b) 30 Student Stations Monday 6 6.0 128 4.3 Tuesday 9 9.0 243 8.1 Wednesday 4 4.0 120 4.0 Thursday 10 10.0 304 10.1 Friday Saturday Total 29 29.0 795 26.5 5-6A-l USF/Aca. Serv./12-70

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TABLE 6A UTILIZATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL SPACE BY DAY OF WEEK FALL TERM, 1969 ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS Weekly Use Weekly Use Room Basis Student Stat!ion Basis Average Average Total Number of Total Number of Student Periods Room Periods Station-Student Day of Periods Room Periods Stations the Week Used Used Used Used ALL INSTRUCTIONAL ROOMS (a) 19 Rooms (b) 732 Student Stations Monday 73 3.8 1,700 2.3 Tuesday 88 4.6 1,700 2.3 Wednesday 58 3.1 1,294 1.8 Thursday 76 4.0 1,580 2.1 Friday 4 0.2 124 0.2 Saturday Total 299 15.7 6,398 8.7 SOURCE: A Report on the Utilization of Instructional Space at the University of South Florida, Space and Facilities Department. 5-6A-2 USF/Aca. Serv./12-70

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TABLE 7 UTILIZATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL SPACE BY HOURS OF THE DAY FALL TERM, 1969 TAM.PA CAMPUS Room Basis Student Station Basis Average Average Total Number of Total Number of Student Periods Room-Periods Station-Student Hour of Periods Rooms Periods Stations the Day Used Used Used Used CLASSROOMS (a) 156 Rooms (b) 7,450 Student Stations 8:00 -9:00 372 2.4 11,426 1.5 9:00 -10:00 600 3.8 18,602 2.5 10:00 -11:00 620 4.0 19,995 2.7 11:00 -12:00 665 4.2 20,389 2.7 12:00 -1:00 455 2.9 14,200 1.9 1:00 -2:00 626 4.0 18,395 2.4 2:00 -3:00 228 1.5 7,251 1.0 3:00 -4:00 499 3.2 14,488 1.9 4:00 -5:00 255 1.6 7,285 1.0 5:00 -6:00 137 0.9 2,636 0.4 6:00 -7:00 215 1.4 5 ,649 0.8 7:00 -8:00 293 1.9 7,862 1.1 8:00 -9:00 251 1.6 6,641 0.9 9:00 -10:00 122 0.8 3,164 0.4 Total 5,338 34.2 157, 983 21.2 5-7-1 USF/Aca. Serv./7_70

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TABLE 7 UTILIZATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL SPACE BY HOURS OF THE DAY FALL TERM, 1969 TAMPA CAMPUS Room Basis Student Station Basis Average Average Total Number of Total Number of Student Periods Room-Periods Stations-Student Hour of Periods Rooms Periods Stations the Day Used Used Used Used TEACHING LABORATORIES (a) 84 Rooms (b) 2,573 Student Stations 8:00 -9:00 132 1.6 2,418 0.9 9:00 -10:00 205 2.4 3, 710 1.4 10:00 -11:00 248 2.9 4,515 1.8 11:00 -12:00 235 2.7 4,339 1. 7 12:00 -1:00 190 2.3 3,034 1.2 1:00 -2:00 184 2.2 3,245 1.3 2:00 -3:00 120 1.4 1,854 0.7 3:00 -4:00 189 2.3 3,100 1.2 4:00 -5:00 158 1.9 2, 856 1.1 5:00 -6:00 107 1.3 2,030 0.8 6:00 -7:00 92 1.1 1,471 0.6 7:00 -8:00 71 0.8 1,336 0.5 8:00 -9:00 55 0.7 1,117 0.4 9:00 -10:00 22 0.3 420 0.2 Total 2,008 23.9 35,445 13.8 5-7-2 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 7 UTILIZATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL SPACE BY HOURS OF THE DAY FALL TERM, 1969 TAMPA CAMPUS Room Basis Student Station Basis Average Average Total Number of Total Number of Student Periods Room-Periods Station-Student Hour of Periods Room Periods Stations the Day Used Used Used Used ALL INSTRUCTIONAL ROOMS (a) 240 Rooms (b) 10,023 Student Stations 8:00 -9:00 504 2.1 13,844 1.4 9:00 -10:00 805 3.4 22,312 2.2 10:00 -11:00 868 3.5 24,510 2.4 11:00 -12:00 900 3.7 24, 728 2.4 12:00 -1:00 645 2.7 17,234 1. 7 1:00 -2:00 810 3.4 21,640 2.2 2:00 -3:00 348 1.5 9,105 0.9 3:00 -4:00 688 2.9 17,588 1.8 4:00 -5:00 413 1. 7 10,141 1.0 5:00 -6:00 244 1.0 4,666 0.5 6:00 -7:00 307 1.3 7,120 0.7 7:00 -8:00 364 1.5 9,198 0.9 8:00 -9:00 306 1.3 7,758 0.8 9:00 -10:00 144 0.6 3,584 0.4 Total 7,346 30.6 193 ,428 19.3 NOTE: Classrooms includes seminar rooms and teaching auditoriums as well as general classrooms. SOURCE: A Report on the Utilization of Instructional Space at the University of South Florida, Space and Facilities Department. 5-7-3 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 7A UTILIZATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL SPACE BY HOURS OF THE DAY FALL TERM, 1969 ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS Room Basis Student Station Basis Average Average Total Number of Total liumber of Student Periods Room-Periods Station-Student Hour Periods Rooms Periods Stations of the Day Used Used Used Used CLASSROOMS (a) 18 Rooms (b) 702 Student Stations 8:00 -9:00 5 0.3 175 0.2 9:00 -10:00 7 0.4 192 0.3 10:00 -11:00 13 0.7 248 0.4 11:00 -12:00 15 0.8 233 0.3 12:00 -1:00 16 0.9 320 0.5 1:00 -2:00 18 1.0 406 0 6 2:00 -3:00 18 1.0 357 0.5 3:00 -4:00 16 0.9 277 0.4 4:00 -5:00 9 0.5 131 0.2 5:00 -6:00 9 0.5 197 0.3 6:00 -7:00 37 2.1 739 1.0 7:00 -8:00 43 2.3 933 1.3 8:00 -9:00 41 2.3 857 1.2 9:00 -10:00 23 1.3 538 0.8 Total 270 15.0 5,603 8.0 5-7A-1 USF/Aca. Serv./12-70

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TABLE 7A UTILIZATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL S PACE BY HOURS OF THE DAY FALL TERM, 1969 Hour of the Day 8:00 -9:00 9:00 -10:00 10:00 -11:00 11:00 -12:00 12:00 -1:00 1:00 -2:00 2:00 -3:00 3:00 -4:00 4:00 -5:00 5:00 -6:00 6:00 -7:00 7:00 -8:00 8:00 -9:00 9:00 -10:00 Total ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS Room Basis Average Total Number of Room-Periods Periods Rooms Used Used TEACHING LABORATORIES (a) 1 Room Student Station Basis Average Total Number. of Student Periods Station-Student Periods Stations Used Used (b) 30 Student Stations 2 2.0 40 1.3 2 2.0 40 1.3 3 3.0 92 3.1 3 3.0 92 3.1 2 2.0 64 2.1 2 2.0 64 2.1 2 2.0 55 1.8 4 4.0 107 3.6 4 4.0 107 3.6 3 3.0 82 2.8 2 2.0 52 1. 7 29 29.0 795 26.5 5-7A-2 USF/Aca. Serv./12-70

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TABLE 7A UTILIZATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL S PACE BY HOURS OF THE DAY FALL TERM, 1969 ST. PETERSBURC CAMPUS Room Basis Student Station Basis Average Average Total Number of Total Number of Student Periods Room-Periods Station-Student Hour Periods Rooms Periods Stations of the Day Used Used Used Used ALL INSTRUCTIONAL ROOMS (a) 19 Rooms (b) 732 Student Stations 8:00 -9:00 5 0.3 175 0.2 9:00 -10:00 9 0.5 232 0.3 10:00 -11:00 15 0.8 288 0.4 11:00 12:00 15 0.8 233 0.3 12:00 -1:00 19 1.0 412 0.6 1:00 -2:00 21 1.1 498 0.7 2:00 -3:00 20 1.0 421 0.6 3:00 -4:00 18 0.9 341 0.5 4:00 -5:00 9 0.5 131 0.2 5:00 -6:00 11 0.6 252 0.3 6:00 -7:00 41 2.1 846 1.1 7:00 -8:00 47 2.5 1,040 1.4 8:00 -9:00 44 2.3 939 1.3 9:00 -10:00 25 1.3 590 0.8 Total 299 15.7 6,398 8.7 SOURCE: A Report on the Utiiization of Instructional Space at the University of South Florida, Space and Facilities Department. 5-7A-3 USF/Aca. Serv./12-70

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Type of Rooms Total Classrooms Teaching Laboratories Total TABLE 9 FLOOR SPACE RELATED TO HOURS OF STUDENT OCCUPANCY FALL TERM, 1969 TAMPA CAMPUS Square Feet Weekly of Assignable Square Feet Hours of Floor Space per Number of Assignable Student 100 Hours of of Rooms Floor Space Occupancy Student Occupancy 156 108,398 157 ,983 68.6 84 80,151 35,445 226.1 240 188,549 193,428 97.5 NOTE: Classrooms includes seminar rooms and teaching auditoriums as well as general classrooms. SOURCE: A Report on the Utilization of Instructional Space at the University of South Florida, Space and Facilities Department. 5-9-1 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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Type of Rooms Total Classrooms Teaching TABLE 9A FLOOR SPACE RELATED TO HOURS OF STUDENT OCCUPANCY FALL TERM, 1969 ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS Square Feet Weekly of Assignable Square Feet Hours of Floor Space per Number of Assignable Student 100 Hours of of Rooms Floor Space Occupancy Student Occupancy 18 10,095 5,603 180.2 Laboratories 1 922 795 116.0 Total 19 11,017 6,398 172.2 SOURCE: A Report on the Utilization of Instructional Space at the University of South Florida, Space and Facilities Department. 5-9A-l USF/Aca. Serv./12-70

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Year 1960 1961 1962 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 TABLE 10 HISTORY OF FLOOR SPACE RELATED TO HOURS OF STUDENT OCCUPANCY TAMP A CAMPUS Classrooms 88.0 87.7 71.1 68.5 60.5 84.8 67.3 74.8 68.6 Square Feet of Floor Space Per 100 Hours of Student Occupancy Teaching Laboratories 202.2 284. 7 297 .9 302.5 283.0 276.8 345.6 278.9 226.1 All Instructional Rooms 149.6 118.3 102 8 102.4 94.4 115.3 114.2 118.6 97 .5 NOTE: A study was not conducted in 1963. Classrooms includes seminar rooms and teaching auditoriums as well as general classrooms. SOURCE: A Report on the Utilization of Instructional Space at the University of South Florida, Space and FacilitiH Depar .tment. 5-lc;>-l USF/ Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 11 HISTORY OF UTILIZATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL SPACE BY AVERAGE PERIODS OF USE PER WEEK TAMPA CAMPUS Number of Periods Per Week1 Fall Term All Teaching Instructional Classrooms Laboratories Rooms 1960 23 23 23 1961 22 20 21 1962 26 19 24 1964 30 15 25 1965 34 18 29 1966 27 17 24 1967 33 18 27 1968 30 21 27 1969 34 24 31 NOTE: A study was not conducted in 1963. Classrooms includes seminar rooms and teaching auditoriums as well as general classrooms. SOURCE: Report on the Utilization of Instructional Space at the University of South Florida, Spaee and Facilitiea 5-11-1 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 14 RESIDENTIAL BUILDING INVENTORY --FALL TERM, 1969 Gross Area Gross Area Bldg. Year in Sq. Ft. in Sq. Ft. Book Replacement No. Building Constr. Sex Capacity (1) (2) Value Value 8 Alpha 1961 Men 412 79,390 76,544 19 Beta 1962 Men 413 72,265 70,843 22 Argos I ) ) 1963 57,466 48,164 23 Argos II ) V1 24 Gamna 1963 Women 486 78,350 78,350 I .... 29 Delta 1964 Women 246 42,849 42,849 I .... 30 Epsilon 1964 Women 246 42,849 42 '849 This information 31 RI -Quarter 'A' 1964 4 1,587 1,587 will be provided 32 Zeta 1964 Men 82 14,118 14,118 when av ai lab le 33 Eta 1964 Men 82 14, 118 14,118 c:: 34 RI -Quarter 'B' 1964 4 1,587 1,587 en >zj ....... 35 RI -Quarter 'c' 1964 4 2,384 2,384 > () II> 56 Theta 1966 Men 82 14,578 14,578 en ID 57 Iota 1966 Men 123 21,868 21, 868 ....... .... 58 Kappa 1966 Women 246 44,535 44,535 N I ..., 0

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\.11 I .... I N -.... N I ....., 0 TABLE 14 RESIDENTIAL BUILDING INVENTORY -FALL TERM, 1969 Gross Area Gross Area Bldg. Year in Sq. Ft. in Sq. Ft. Book Replacement No. Building Cons tr. Sex Capacity (1) (2) Value Value 59 Lambda 1966 Men 82 14,578 14,578 60 Mu 1966 Women 246 44,535 44,535 61 RI -Quarter 'D' 1966 4 1,586 1,586 This information 62 RI -Quarter 'E' 1966 4 1,586 1,586 will be provided 63 RI -Quarter 'F' 1966 4 1,586 1,586 when available. 64 Andros 1966 46,461 41,307 Total 598,276 579,552 Number Occupancy Total Women's Facilities 5 1,450 1,470 253,118 253,118 Total Men's Facilities 7 1,239 1,276 230,915 226,6"47 NOTE: Gross Area (1) Floor area inside columns--used for maintenance considerations, (2) Calculated by AIA (American Institute of Architects)-pr-ocedure--used for construction cost consideration "Capacity" is number of sleeping spaces.

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Table 1: Table 2: Table 3: Table 4: Table S: Table 6: PART VI LIBRARY TABLE OF CONTENTS Number of Holdings at the End of Each Fiscal Year Staffing Factors in the Library Fiscal Factors in Libraries Number of Volumes by Library of Congress Classification at the End of Each Fiscal Year A. Tampa Campus B. St. Petersburg Campus VACANT Analysis of Number of Volumes per FTE Fiscal Year Student and ITE Faculty VI -i

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TABLE 1 NUMBER OF HOLDINGS AT THE END OF EACH FISCAL YEAR Year Serials Pe riodi ca ls Volum 1960-61 60 1,140 28,893 1961-62 66 1,255 49' 813 1962-63 330 1,870 70,319 1963-64 480 1,920 89' 727 1964-65 706 2,502 111,362 1965-66 1, 156 2,460 135 ,616 1966-6 7 1,270 2,706 164,452 1967-68 1,389 2, 868 192 '805 1968-69 1,494 3,115 226,131 1%97 U 1,578 3,329 263,261 SOURCE: Library 6-1-1 USF/Aca. Serv./7-70

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TABLE 2 STAFFING tACTORS IN THE LIBRARY Ratios Eer Staff Position Library FTE Fiscal FTC Year Staff Year Students Facultl 1960-61 25 56 4.J 1961-62 36. 71 3 9 1962-63 45 83 3.8 1963-64 53 88 4.6 1964-65 62 99 4 8 1965-66 61 123 5 5 1966-6 7 64 155 6.7 196 7-68 72 142 7.5 1968-69 78 159 8.3 6-2-1 USF/Aca S crv./7-70

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"' I w I ._. c:: U'J -> ('l Ill --...J I -...J 0 TABLE 3 FISCAL FACTORS LIBRARIES TOTAL EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES FOR EOOK S % of E & G per Fiscal per Fall per FTE % of E & G per Fiscal per Fall per ITE Year Budget Year ITES Term FTES Faculty Budget Year FTES Term FTES Faculty .1960-61 10.3% $ 159 $ 151 $ 2,048 5.6% $ 86 $ 82 $ 1, 113 1961-62 10. 3 130 132 2,404 4.8 61 62 1, 134 1962-63 10.0 108 125 2,325 4.7 50 59 1,092 1963-64 8.2 98 118 1,875 3.5 43 51 818 1964-65 7.6 81 95 1,690 3.2 34 40 709 1965-66 7.5 95 111 2,105 3.2 41 48 913 1966-67 7.7 99 131 2,289 4.4 56 74 1,299 1967-68 6.1 76 79 1,440 4.6 28 29 531 NOTE: % of E & G Budget is percentage of total current educational and general operatin g f unds expenditure (see Table 5, Part IV).

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' I > I I-" c:= en "rj -> n en (") '1 < ---..i I --..i 0 TABLE 4A NUMBER OF VOLUMES BY LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CLASSIFICATI01 AT THE END OF EACH FISCAL YEAR TAMP A CAMPUS Classification 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 A -General Works 1,761 3,689 5,006 B -Philosophy-Psychology 1,869 2,895 3,859 c -History (Auxiliary -sciences) 342 513 805 D -History (Except American) 1,935 3,120 4,997 E -History (American) 1,578 2,357 3,133 F -History (United States) 961 1,348 2,067 G -Geography, Anthropology 736 1,442 2,159 H -Social Sciences (Including Economics & Bus Admin.) 3,425 5,839 8,018 J -Political Science 961 1,578 2,251 K -L;:tw 22 56 199 L -Education 1,955 2,893 3,987 M Music 475 681 1,051 N Fine Arts 615 1,259 1,816 1963-64 1964-65 5,495 6,060 4,807 5,993 942 1,129 6,841 8,966 3,997 4,854 3,0ll 3,657 2,586 3,026 10,328 12,507 2,869 3,615 435 489 4,998 5' 796 1,241 1,529 2,305 3,102

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0\ I :> I N --...J I -...J 0 Classification p Language & Literature Q -Sciences R -Medicine s -Agriculture T -Technology u -Military Science v -Naval Science z -Bibliography Adjustment Total Volumes Withdrawn Volumes TABLE 4A NUMBER OF VOLUMES BY LIBRARY OF CONGRESS AI THE OF EACH FISCAL YEAR A CA}1PUS 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 5,846 9,624 14,422 3 '977 7 ,591 9 ,965 363 957 1,237 260 625 907 520 1,484 2,000 45 72 9-9 22 52 71 1,225 1,738 2,270 28,893 49,813 70,319 (9) (296) (765) 1963-64 1964-65 19,187 24,455 12,684 16 ,396 1,535 2,020 1,120 1,298 2,404 3,058 142 191 84 118 2,697 3,084 19 19 89' 727 111,362 (220) (250) NOTE: Withdrawn Volumes are lost or discarded volumes which have not been replaced. The number of volumes has been deleted froo the data by classification and is not included in the yearly total. SOURCE: Library

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' I .i:-> I w c::: Cf) >rj -> () Pl Cf) en ""' < -'-I I '-I 0 TABLE 4A NUMBER OF VOLU}IBS BY LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CLASSIFICATION AI THE END OF EACH FISCAL YEAR TAMPA CAMPUS Classification 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 A -General Works 6,732 7,783 8,768 B -Philosophy-Psychology 7,232 8,981 10,655 c -History (Auxiliary Sciences) 1,334 1,553 1,784 D History (Except American) 10,917 13 ,052 15,228 E -History (American) 5,687 6,611 7,290 F -History (United States) 4,242 5,056 5,834 G Geography, Anthropology 3,786 4,553 5,532 H -Social Sciences (Including Economics & Bus. Admin ) 15,189 18,492 21,764 J -Political Science 4,377 5,092 5,819 K -Law 582 705 901 L Education 6,831 7,797 8, 88'0 M Music 2,068 2,589 3 ,013 N -Fine Arts 3,786 5,114 6,479 1968-69 1969-70 9,867 11,218 12,691 14,748 2,012 2,265 17,731 21,083 8,215 9,479 6,950 7,831 6,441 7,531 25,975 30,204 6, 774 7' 613 1,172 2,026 10,168 11,538 3,668 4,317 8' 155 9,740

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"' I t I c: en "rj -> n Pl en 0 '1 < --...J I -...J 0 Classification p Language & Literature Q -Sciences R -Medicine s -Agriculture T -Technology u -Military Science v -Naval Science z -Bibliography -Adjustment .Total Volumes Withdrawn Volumes TABLE 4A NUMBER OF VOLUMES BY LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CLASSIFICATION AT THE END OF EACH FISCAL YEAR TAMP A CAMPUS 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 29,164 34,287 39,079 21,378 27' 110 32,811 2,603 3,283 4,251 1,575 1,806 2,040 4,245 6,133 7,532 253 326 396 145 194 234 3,471 3;916 4,496 19 19 19 135' 616 164,452 192,805 (530) (144) (236) 1968-69 1969-70 45,533 53,627 38,234 43,684 5,076 5,847 2,312 2,653 9,050 10,363 503 600 276 333 5,309 6,563 19 226, 131 263,263 (219) (492) NOTE: Withdrawn Volumes are lost or discarded volumes which have not been replaced. The number of withdrawn volumes has been deleted from the data by classification and is not included in the yearly total. SOURCE:-Library

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c: Cll -> (') Ill -......, I ......, 0 TABLE 4B NUMBER OF VOLUMES BY LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CLASSIFICATION AT THE END OF EACH FISCAL YEAR A -General Works B -Philosophy, Psychology C -History (Auxiliary Sciences) D -History (Except American) E -History (American) F History (United States) G Geography, Anthropology H -Social Sciences (Including Econ. & Bus. Admin.) J -Political Science K Law L -Education M Music ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS 1968-69 1969-70 39 84 131 610 21 94 260 975 156 553 47 158 52 175 233 1,042 55 247 3 12 196 661 17 65

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' I "" b:I I N c:::: tll >rj -> n .11> tll --..J I -..J 0 Classification N -Fine Arts TABLE 4B NUMBER OF VOLU}f.ES BY LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CLASSIFICATION AT THE END OF EAC.H FISCAL YEAR ST. PETERSBURG CA.MPUS 1968 -69 1969-70 35 140 p Language & Literature 784 2 ,859 Q -Sciences 144 462 R -Hedi cine 30 95 s -Agriculture 3 18 T -Technology 15 72 u -Military Science 15 42 v -Naval Science 2 8 z -Bibliography 10 83 Total Volumes 2,248 8,455 Volumes (O) (0) NOTE: Withdrawn volumes are lost or discarded volumes which have not been replaced. The number of withdrawn has been deleted from the data by classification and is not included in the yearly totals. SOURCE: Library

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TABLE 6 ANALYSIS or NUMBER OF VOLUMES PER FTE FlSCAL Y EAR STUDENT AND Vl' E FACULTY Ratio of Number of Volumes per FTE Fiscal per Fall Term per FTE Year Year Student FTE Student Faculty 1960-61 21 20 266 1961-62 19 20 358 1962-63 19 22 408 1963-64 19 23 366 1964-65 18 21 377 1965-66 18 21 401 1966-6 7 17 22 383 1967-68 19 20 359 1968-69 18 20 349 6-6-1 USF/Aca Serv./7-70


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