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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA TAMPA sr PETERSBURG SARASOTA FORT MYERS LAKELAND i] @a _i] @@ lF OFFICE OF RESOURCE ANALYSIS ANO PLANNING AOMINISTOATIVE AFFAIOS TAMPA, FLORIDA 33820 813: 874-24110 THE UNIVERSI IV OF SOUl H FLORIDA IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION

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The University of South Florida Fort Hyers Lakeland -Sarasota -St. Petersburg -Tampa 1988-89 PREFACE The University of South Florida is a public, comprehensive, metropolitan undergraduate and graduate university. It enrolls over 30,000 students in 88 undergraduate areas, 85 masters and specialist programs and 20 doctoral programs, including the H.D. The University's faculty of over 1,700 members teach, conduct research, and perform public service through 11 colleges on 5 campuses. To assist you in knowing more about the University of South Florida, this Fact Book presents information about our programs, faculty, staff, and financial and physical resources. The information selected for inclusion in the Fact Book reflects the questions most frequently asked by the University's many publics, The sixth annual edition of the Fact Book follows the general format of the prior editions; therefore, year-to-year comparisons of information can be readily ade. Please telephone Fran T. Hill, who coordinated the production of this fact book, if you have any questions about the information presented. The staff of the Office of Resource Analysis and Planning sincerely thanks the many offices that contributed materials for the Fact Book. Susan H. Mitchel Director Office of Resource Analysis and Planning lbis public document was pr011Ulgated at an annual cost of $4,300 or $9.60 per copy, to provide factual data to the University c0111DUnity about USF students, programs, staff and financial and physical resources. (89-52) 111

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lbe University of South Florida FACT BOOK Preface Table of Contents SECTION I -USF Milieu iii v Highlights A Quick Reference Historical Growth 3 4 6 SUS Service Area Demographics SUS Service Area Population (Hap) . . s USF as a Part of State University System USF Service Area Demographics USF Service Area Enrollment Trends SECTION II -Students-Enrollment Annual FTE and Funded Student Credit Hours-Total University by College & by Campus, (1987-88 and 1988-89) 9 7 8 Applied, Accepted and Enrolled Students Bachelor of Independent Studies Program 75-86 39 91 Enrollment Headcounts--Total University, by College & by Campus International Students National Merit & Achievement Scholars New Degree-Seeking Students--Total University, by College & by Campus Night vs Day Enrollment SCH by Instructor Type lbe School of Extended Studies Student Geographic Profile (Haps) SECTION III -Students-Programs Alumni Career Resource Center Degree Prograns Degrees Awarded E & G Fundable Sections Financial Aid 15-37 69 70 40-67 71-74 87-90 91 13-14 117 116 95-98 99 100-107 114-115 Florida Mental Health Institute Intercollegiate Athletic Programs Library Services 112 Program Accreditations Research/Service Centers & Institutes 113 109 108 110-111 Table of Contents Fall 1988 SECTION IV -Staff Adjunct Faculty Administrative & Professional Personnel Average Faculty Salaries Faculty Headcounts--Total University, by College & by Campus Graduate Assistants Librarians . Non-Instructional Faculty Organizational Chart Part-Time Faculty Selected Personnel by Organization University Support Personnel USF Employee Headcount SECTION V -Fiscal Resources Activity & Service Fee Budget Authorized Hanyear Positions Auxiliary Enterprises Budget Contracts and Grants Endowed Chairs 157-158 161-162 128-130 131-152 159-160 156 153-155 121 153-154 122-127 163-166 167 184 173 180 181-182 186-187 185 183 171-172 174 175 176-179 Foundation Intercollegiate Athletics Grants-in-Aid Operating Budget Revenues & Expenditures State Appropriations for Education Student Fee Rates--by Campus SECTION VI -Physical Resources Campus Construction Classroom Capacity Classroom Utilization Computing Services Cultural Events Facilities Physical Facilities Recreational Facilities Student Housing 207 203-206 202 199 200 191-198 201 208

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STUDENTS Heacount FTE: BOR IPEDS EMPLOYEES Headcount FTE DEGREES Programs Awarded '87-'88 BUDGETS LIBRARY VOLUMES CAMPUS ACREAGE DORMll'ORY RESIDENTS The un1vers1ty of south Florida H I G H L I G H T S Total University Fall 1988 Undergraduate Graduate 20,604 4,417 15,598 3,109 16,501 3,785** Faculty A & p SuEEort Personnel 1,724 239 2,464 1,594 237 2,428 Bach Hast EdS PhD 1st Prof 88 85 2 19 1 3,965 1,080 22 69 90 E & G Medical $148,729,924 $52,581,664 Fort Sarasota/ St. Hyers Lakeland New College Petersburg TalD]>a 116,071+ 190, 772 113,843 716,970 55 10 ++ 106 22 1,664 290 3,081 *Totals may reflect the sum of more items than those identified separately on this page **Includes 1st Professional Students +Edison Community College/USF Learning Resource Center ++Polk Joint Use UNIVERSII'f For more detailed TOTALS data see Eage no. 30,003 15-37 18,707 20,286 4,427 131-166 4,259 195 95-98 5,226 99 $348,825,850 171 1,240,934 109 1,898 191 3,371 208 3

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1960-61 STIJDENT ENROLLMENT Fall Headcount 1,997 Non-Resident Aliens FACULTY MANYEARS* 108.5 ADMINISTRATION & PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS* 30 SUPPORT PERSONNEL* 202 NUMBER OF DEGREE PROGRAMS 28 NUMBER OF DEGREES AWARDED** E & G OPERATING BUDGET $2,197.3 l'OTAL BUDGETS $2,434.8 The University of South Florida 1970-71 17,922 186 834.2 85 822 127 3,477 $25,304.6 $38,385.4 HJSl'ORICAL GROWTH Founded 1956 1980-81 25,054 314 1,039.4 142 1,417 165 4,941 $ 62,192.0 $114,884.8 1985-86 28,015 657 1,307.0 123.0 1,912.0 193 5,397 $101,202.2 $226,069.6 4 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 29,458 29,143 30,003 714 689 671 1,350.3 1,393.9 1,454.0 132.5 151.8 157.7 1,984.6 2,001. 7 2,024.5 194 192 195 5,232 5,542 $113,466.5 $124,385.3 $148,729.9 $251,229.1 $270,927.9 $348,825.8 USF PRESIDENTS Francis T. Borkowski, 1988 John Lott Brown, 1978-1988 Cecil Mackey, 1971-1976 John S. Allen, 1957-1970 Carl Riggs (Acting), 1977-1978 William Reese Smith, Jr. (Interim), 1976-1977 Harris W. Dean (Acting), 1970 CAMPUSES -1st Classes (Founded) Tampa 1960 (1956) St. Petersburg 1968 (1965) New College/USP 1975 (1975) *Budgeted positions reflecting E & G, Medicine and FMHI only **Includes Associate Degrees NOTE: 1980-88 data includes College of Medicine; 1984-88 includes FMHI Fort Hyers 1974 (1974) Lakeland 1987 (1987) Sarasota 1975 (1975)

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(E) 675,569 (E) 466,879 The University of South Florida INSTITIJTIONAL SERVICE AREA POPULATIONS Stste University System 1986 (E) 11,657,843 (E) April 1, 1986 Population Estimates (Year established) University of South (E) 3,312,363 Hendry (Shared with FAU) SOURCE: 1987 Florida Statistical Abstract, Table 1.31 1986-87 SUS Fact Book Figure 1 (E) 1,108,195 BROWARD (E) 11,657,843 Florida Atlantic University (1961) (E) 1,650,726 includes Broward (shared with FIU) Hendry (shared with USF ) DADE':::::::--Florida Internationa l --=====-University (1965) (E) 2,423,170 include s Broward (shared with FAU) 5

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The University of South Florida SUS SERVICE AREA 1986 POPULATION(E) SUS: \of UNIVERSITIES Total Total Central Florida 2,020,941 17 \ Florida* Florida A &H 466,879 4 Florida Atlantic** + 1,650,726 14 Florida International + 2,423,170 21 Florida State* North Florida 1,108,195 10 South Florida** 3,312,363 28 West Florida 675,569 6 Total 11,657,843 100 *Statewide Service **Hendry County shared (half of population to each) +Broward County shared (half of population to each) (E)April 1, 1986 Population Estimates SOURCE: 1986-87 SUS Fact Book -Table 11 1987 Florida Statistical Abstract Table 1.31, 4.82 1986-87 1986-87 HIGH SCHOOL H.S. GRADUATES GRADUATES \ WHO CONTINUED in Comm. Fla. Univ. Headcount Colleges & Colleges 15, 770 28 \ 19 \ 4,102 26 9 10,022 22 20 15,910 33 19 8,530 23 16 22,456 23 17 6,239 29 10 83,029 27 17 6 1986-87 SUS Headcount \ of Enrollment Total 16,530 11 \ 35,691 24 5,240 4 10,705 7 16,403 11 22,912 15 6,546 5 28,806 19 6,107 4 148,940 100

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The University of South Florida USF SERVICE AREA 1986-87 1986 1984 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT P 0 P U L A T I 0 N PERSONAL INCOME % WHO CONTINUED IN FALL '86 1986 High School Comm. Fla. Univ. % Enrolled Total Age 15-24 Age 25-44 Per Capita $ Graduates College & Colleges s.u.s at USF STATE OF FLORIDA 11,657,843 1,673,474 3,228,381 $ 12, 773 83,029 27 17 148,940 Charlotte 82,968 7,187 13,693 11,686 582 21 18 421 55 Collier 120,695 14,012 30,499 14,909 801 19 20 789 40 DeSoto 22,287 3,446 6,002 8,791 185 15 12 93 65 Glades 7,141 981 1, 736 6,183 36 14 8 28 46 Hardee 21,817 3,858 5,575 8,352 181 24 7 69 59 HendrY* 23,509 3,787 6,784 9,904 202 11 8 123 28 Hernando 73,646 7,855 13,471 9,478 503 21 14 435 57 Highlands 60,192 6,931 12,154 10,192 417 27 13 238 29 Hillsborough 775,269 129,309 238,928 11,526 6,235 16 19 12,213 79 Lee 277,375 32,030 67,799 12,931 1,653 31 19 2,026 55 Manatee 175,893 20,024 40,293 13,345 1,107 23 13 1,360 61 Pasco 245,093 23,909 45,387 10,463 1,462 22 16 1,449 73 Pinellas 816,015 92,939 197,085 14,601 4,890 31 15 9,088 64 Polk 377,583 57 ,834 108,574 10,474 2,923 26 16 2,498 43 Sarasota 244,634 25,029 52,994 16,342 1,380 22 19 2,434 53 Service Area Total 3,312,363** 427,238** 837,582** 22,456** 23 17 33,264 66 *Shared by USF and Florida Atlantic University **1/2 of Hendry County excluded 7 SOURCE: 1987 Florida Statistical Abstract, Tables 1.35, 4.82 and 5.10 and 1986-87 SUS Fact Book, Table 11 and 15

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County 1984 Charlotte 212 Collier 281 DeSoto 71 Glades 25 Hardee 37 HendrY* 42 Hernando 187 Highlands 57 Hillsborough 8,905 Lee 995 Manatee 728 Pasco 893 Pinellas 5,382 Polk 1,001 Sarasota 1,110 Total 19,926 % of USF Enrollment 71.6 % *Shared with Florida Atlantic Unversity SOURCE: Student Data Course File The University of South Florida SERVICE AREA ENROLLMENT AT USF Fall Headcount 1985 1986 217 227 301 305 63 60 17 12 38 41 31 34 205 240 56 64 8,748 9,373 1,021 1,087 761 819 987 1,036 5,268 5,604 1,017 1,062 1,215 1,279 19,945 21,243 72.1 % 72.1 % 8 1987 1988 224 233 341 361 45 35 5 6 46 54 33 26 228 277 73 82 9,054 9,525 1,092 1,056 848 881 1,004 1,109 5,689 5,918 1,192 1,267 1,313 1,285 21,187 22,115 72.7 % 73.7 %

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Student Enrollment Headcount FTE (BOR) Faculty Full-time Headcount Hanyears A & P Hanyears USPS Hanyears Degree Programs The University of South Florida as a part of The State University System 1986-87 SUS 148,940 87,183 7,364 7,594 1,469 12 ,831 1,434 Operating budgets -State Appropriations $ 838 million Al 1 Sources 1,483 million SOURCE: 1986-87 SUS Fact Book Fig\Jre 4 Tables 11, 12, 25, 46 and 54 USF % of SUS 19 % 18 18 17 13 15 13 17 16 9

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*Based on geographic origin at time of entry (aay no longer be consiatent With residency atatus for fee-paying purpoaea) SOURCE: Student Data Course File The University of South Florida ENROLLED S7UDEHTS Florida County of Origin* Total in-State Enrollent Total Enrollment \ of Total Enrollment Fall 1988 26,375 30,003 88\ 486 BROWARD 873 1 3

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Alask1 6 Haw1ll 7 12 Oregon 4 4 Idaho 1 Ut1h 3 Arlzon1 6 Mont1n1 1 Wyo mint 1 Color1do 30 N-Mxlco 5 *Based on geographic origin at time of entry (may no longer be consistent with residency status for fee-paying purposes) SOURCE: Student Data Course File The University of South Florida ENROLLED SnJDENTS State of Origin* Fall 1988 North D1kot1 3 South D1kot1 3 Nebr1Sk1 7 K1nu1 11 Okl1hom1 14 Tex11 Non-Resident Unknown state of origin Florida Non-Florida U.S. Total Enrollment 671 -190 26,375 -..Lill 30,003 100.0 14

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The Unl\lers\ty of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Total Unt"erslty Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc I Total HEADCOUNT 3,543 2,478 6, 169 8,414 20,604 3,640 777 4,417 380 4,602 30,003 STATUS Fu 11t lme 2,816 1. 971 3,849 4,460 13,096 1. 251 418 1,669 380 2 3 9 1 5 ,384 Part-time 727 507 2,320 3,954 7,508 2,389 359 2,748 4,363 14,6 1 9 SEX Male 1,650 1,183 2,704 3,965 9,502 1,486 375 1,861 259 1 ,844 1 3,466 Female 1,893 1,295 3,465 4,449 II, 102 2. 154 402 2,556 121 2, 758 1 6 :i:J 7 RACE Non -Resident A I 1en 60 48 128 148 384 165 84 249 38 671 Black, Non-Hispanic 182 91 251 306 830 106 25 131 7 208 l, 176 Arner I can Indian 6 2 5 13 26 6 2 8 9 43 Asian, Pacific Islander 113 87 139 179 518 38 9 47 17 6 5 64 7 Hispanic 265 144 337 469 1. 215 112 25 137 40 179 1 57 1 White, Non-Hispanic 2,917 2, 106 5,309 7,299 17,631 3,213 632 3,845 316 4 103 2 5,895 AGE Mean 19 21 25 27 24 33 36 33 25 36 2 8 Median 18 20 22 25 22 31 35 32 24 34 2 4 RESIDENCY In-State 2,854 2,002 5,572 7,941 18,369 3,345 644 3 ,989 378 4,288 27,024 Out-of-State 629 428 469 325 1 ,851 130 49 179 2 276 2 ,308 Non-Resident-Allen 60 48 128 148 384 165 84 249 38 671 15

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16 The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Total untvarstty, Continued Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRAOUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Sent or Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Tota l COLLEGE Architecture 40 40 4 0 Arts & Lattara 258 200 587 677 1. 722 204 56 260 I, 9 8 2 Buslneaa 807 484 1,860 2,460 5. 611 856 26 882 6 4 9 3 Education 158 174 897 1,413 2,642 1,063 271 1,334 3,976 Engineering 395 300 618 l ,318 2,631 382 83 465 3,096 Fine Arta 170 96 136 245 647 55 55 702 Natural Sciences 611 313 505 631 2,060 216 122 338 2,39 6 New Co I l ege 271 122 132 525 525 Social Sciences 308 278 1. 120 1 ,342 3,048 495 178 673 3 7 2 1 Unc I ass If I ed 4,602 4,602 Undeclared 835 361 280 67 l ,543 I ,543 Medicine 380 300 Medical Sciences 34 34 J4 Nursing 44 129 175 122 122 297 Public Health 207 7 214 2 14 Includes majors and Intended majors

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UNDERGRADUATES The Unlvaralty of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Architecture -All Campuses Fall 1988 GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful I-time Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Allan Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Paclftc lalander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY Jn-State Out-of-State Non-Realdant-Allen DISCIPLINE Architecture Includes majors and Intended majors 40 30 10 31 9 2 37 34 32 40 40 Total 40 30 10 31 9 2 37 34 32 40 40 OTHER Prof. Uncl. Total 17 40 30 10 31 9 2 37 34 32 40 40

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18 The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Arta & Lett era A I I Campuaes Fal I 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freahman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Meater/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc I. To tell HEADCOUNT 258 200 587 677 1. 722 204 56 260 1. 982 STATUS Fut 1-t lme 205 158 384 372 I, 119 98 26 124 I, 243 Part-time 53 42 203 305 603 106 30 136 739 SEX Mala 91 64 198 218 571 77 18 95 666 Female 167 136 389 459 I, 151 127 38 165 I, 316 RACE Non-Resident Allen 3 3 9 7 22 14 I 15 :n Black, Non-Hispanic 14 6 14 23 57 6 3 9 66 American Indian 2 2 4 2 2 6 Asian, Pacific Islander 1 5 8 6 20 1 2 22 Hispanic 12 10 23 43 88 7 7 95 White, Non-Hispanic 228 176 531 596 1,531 174 51 225 I, 756 AGE Mean 19 21 25 26 24 34 40 36 26 Median 19 20 22 23 22 33 39 35 22 RESIDENCY In-State 194 163 529 634 1 ,520 182 52 234 I, 754 Out-of-State 61 34 49 36 180 8 3 11 191 Non-Realdent-Allan 3 3 9 7 22 14 I 15 37 DI SCI PLINE American Studlea I 6 6 13 7 7 2 0 Communications 115 102 343 299 859 24 24 883 Foreign Languages 16 16 21 49 102 20 20 122 Humanities 1 2 9 13 25 25 Letters 111 66 178 279 634 113 56 169 803 Liberal/General Studies 12 12 13 14 51 20 20 71 Philosophy/Religion 3 1 17 17 38 20 20 58 Includes majors and Intended majors

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The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Business -All Campuses Fal I 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 807 484 1,860 2,460 5,611 856 26 882 6,493 STATUS Ful I-time 643 387 1 ,007 960 2,977 308 19 327 3,304 Part-time 164 117 853 1 ,500 2,634 548 7 555 3. 189 SEX Male 424 265 940 1, 242 2,871 461 16 477 3,348 Female 383 219 920 1. 218 2,740 395 10 405 3. 145 RACE Non-Resident Allen 19 14 41 43 117 34 35 152 Black, Non-Hispanic 39 20 73 65 197 17 17 214 American Jndlan 1 1 3 5 5 Asian, Paclf lc ls lander 24 8 29 43 104 9 I 10 114 Hispanic 36 27 99 138 300 26 I 27 327 Whl ta, Non-Hispanic 688 415 I, 617 2. 168 4,888 770 23 793 5,681 AGE Mean 19 21 25 27 25 31 37 31 25 Median 19 20 22 25 23 29 40 29 23 RESIDENCY Jn-State 618 389 1,687 2,328 5,022 792 25 817 5,839 Out-of-State 170 81 132 89 472 30 30 502 Non-Resident-Alien 19 14 41 43 117 34 35 152 DJSCJPLJNE Business 807 484 1 ,860 2,460 5,611 856 26 882 6,493 19 Includes majors and intended majors

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20 The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEAOCOUNTS Educ at ion A 11 Campuses fal I 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER freshman Sophomore Junior Santor Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 158 174 897 1 ,413 2,642 1,063 271 1,334 3 ,976 STATUS full-time 129 143 637 1,061 1,970 241 73 314 2,204 Part-time 29 31 260 352 672 822 198 1 ,020 I, 692 SEX Male 24 32 154 273 483 204 95 299 782 Female 134 142 743 1,140 2, 159 859 176 1,035 3. 194 RACE Non-Res\dent A I \en 2 2 6 10 9 5 14 24 Black, Non-Htspan\c 5 5 25 46 81 28 7 35 116 Amer\can Indian I I I 1 2 J Asian, Pacific Islander 1 9 6 16 7 1 8 24 Hispanic 7 5 36 53 101 33 5 38 139 White, Non-Hispanic 144 161 827 1. 301 2,433 985 252 1,237 3,670 AGE Mean 19 22 26 28 26 35 40 36 JO Med tan 19 20 22 25 23 35 40 36 27 RESIDENCY In-State 134 152 854 1. 369 2,509 1 ,039 262 1,301 3,810 Out-of-State 22 20 43 38 123 15 4 19 142 Non-Resident-A I ten 2 2 6 10 9 5 14 24 DISCIPLINE Education 158 174 897 1,413 2,642 913 271 1,184 3,82 6 Library Science 150 150 150 Includes majors and intended majors

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The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Engineering -Al I Campuaea Fa 11 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/Eds PhD Total Prof. Unc I Tota l HEADCOUNT 395 300 618 1 318 2,631 382 83 465 3,09 6 STATUS Full-time 334 226 363 704 l ,627 120 51 171 1,79 8 Part-time 61 74 255 614 l ,004 262 32 294 1. 298 SEX Male 321 239 508 1,067 2. 135 321 71 392 2,527 Female 74 61 110 251 496 61 12 73 569 RACE Non-Resident A 1 len 13 11 30 50 104 71 34 105 209 Black, Non-Hispanic 24 15 37 53 129 9 4 13 142 American Indian 2 2 2 Asian, Pac If le Islander 22 19 42 70 153 10 2 12 165 Hispanic 35 26 38 80 179 8 4 12 1 9 1 White, Non-Hispanic 301 229 471 1 ,063 2,064 284 39 323 2,38 7 AGE Mean 19 21 24 27 24 29 33 30 25 Median 19 20 22 25 23 28 31 28 2 4 RESIDENCY In-State 333 260 554 1. 232 2,379 294 42 336 2,71 5 Out-of-State 49 29 34 36 148 17 7 24 172 Non-Resident-Allen 13 11 30 50 104 71 34 105 209 DISCIPLINE Engineering 392 289 556 1. 156 2,393 382 83 465 2,858 Engineering Technology 3 11 62 162 238 238 21 Includes majors and Intended majors

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22 The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEAOCOUNTS Fine Arts A 11 Campuses Fa 11 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freahman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/Eds PhD Total Prof. Unc I. Total HEADCOUNT 170 96 136 245 647 55 55 702 STATUS Fu 11t lme 138 78 103 138 457 33 33 490 Pert-time 32 18 33 107 190 22 22 2 I 2 SEX Male 72 39 52 115 278 23 23 301 Female 98 57 84 130 369 32 32 4 0 1 RACE Non-Resident Allen 2 3 2 l 8 2 2 10 Black, Non-Hispanic 1 4 3 5 19 1 9 American Indian 2 2 3 Asian, Pac If I c la lander 2 3 4 4 13 1 3 Hispanic 12 4 9 13 38 3 3 4 I Whl te, Non-Hispanic 147 82 118 220 567 49 49 6 1 6 AGE Mean 19 21 23 28 23 33 33 24 Median 18 20 21 25 21 31 31 22 RESIDENCY In-State 141 79 120 236 576 49 49 625 Out-of-State 27 14 14 8 63 4 4 6 1 Non-Resident-Allan 2 3 2 I 8 2 2 1 0 DISCIPLINE Music Education 4 2 10 30 46 3 3 49 Visual/Performing Arts 166 94 126 215 601 52 52 653 Includes majors and Intended majors

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The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Natural Sciences -All Campuses Fal I 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 611 313 505 631 2,060 216 122 338 2,398 STATUS Full-tlma 490 240 358 384 1. 472 120 93 213 I, 685 Part-time 121 73 147 247 588 96 29 125 713 SEX Mala 256 124 195 329 904 140 93 233 1 137 Female 355 189 310 302 1,156 76 29 105 I, 261 RACE Non-Resident A 1 len 12 3 20 19 54 22 31 53 107 Black, Non-Hispanic 33 19 24 31 107 10 10 1 17 American Ind Ian 2 2 4 1 I 5 Asian, Pac If le Islander 45 22 33 31 131 4 2 6 137 Hispanic 60 27 44 53 184 6 4 10 194 White, Non-Hispanic 461 242 382 495 1 ,580 173 85 258 I .838 AGE Mean 19 21 24 26 22 29 31 30 2 3 Median 18 20 21 24 21 27 30 28 21 RESIDENCY Jn-State 514 276 456 581 1 ,827 167 80 247 2,074 Out-of-State 85 34 29 31 179 27 11 38 217 Non-Resident-Allen 12 3 20 19 54 22 31 53 107 DISCIPLINE Cl lnlcal Chemistry 15 2 6 13 36 36 Interdla Nat Science 176 115 191 1 11 593 593 Life Sciences 325 133 201 309 968 54 23 77 1 ,045 Marina Science 47 31 78 78 Mathematics 20 12 18 34 84 29 34 63 147 Medical Technology 15 8 24 25 72 72 Physical Science& 60 43 65 139 307 86 34 120 427 23 Includes majors and Intended majors

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UNDERGRADUATES The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS New Co I I ege Fall 1988 GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore+ Junior Senior Total Master/Eds PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu 11-t Ima Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Realdent Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AGE Mean Med tan RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Rastdant-Altan DISCIPLINE Ltbaral/Ganaral Studtaa 271 270 I 137 134 6 2 11 7 245 19 19 138 127 6 271 includes majors and Intended majors +FTIC' S at New College enter as Sophomores NOTE: For Sarasota Campus, see page 3 5 122 121 57 65 2 1 3 2 114 22 20 76 44 2 122 132 128 4 71 61 2 I 2 4 123 23 22 109 21 2 132 525 519 6 265 260 10 4 16 13 482 21 20 323 192 10 525 OTHER Total Prof. Uncl. 24 Tota l 5 2 5 519 6 265 260 1 0 4 1 6 13 4tl2 2 1 20 323 192 1 0 525

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The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Social Sciences A 1 I Campuses fa I 1 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc I Total HEADCOUNT 3D8 278 1,12D I ,342 3,048 495 178 673 3,721 STATUS Ful I -t lme 245 216 672 617 1,750 21 I 122 333 2,083 Part-time 63 62 448 725 I, 298 284 56 340 1. 638 SEX Male 108 126 458 622 I, 314 160 59 219 I. 533 Female 200 152 662 720 I, 734 335 119 454. 2. 188 RACE Non-Resident Allen 3 2 B 17 30 9 8 I 7 47 Black, Non-Hispanic 9 8 56 68 141 21 10 3 I 112 American Ind Ian 2 I 3 I I 2 5 Asian, Pacific Islander 3 4 6 13 26 2 2 4 30 Hispanic 17 18 69 73 177 12 7 19 196 White, Non-Hispanic 276 244 981 I, 170 2,671 450 150 600 3.271 AGE Mean 19 22 26 28 26 34 32 33 27 Median 18 20 22 25 23 32 29 31 24 RESIDENCY In-State 234 231 1,005 1. 267 2,737 465 148 613 3.350 Out-of-State 7 I 45 107 58 281 21 22 43 324 Non-Resident-Allen 3 2 8 17 30 9 8 17 47 DISCIPLINE Afro-American Studies 3 3 3 Gerontology 3 23 25 51 39 39 90 Protective Services 40 51 173 191 455 26 26 481 Psychology 156 106 313 336 911 I 141 142 1 ,053 Public Affairs 4 6 59 47 116 122 122 23H Rehab Counseling 115 115 115 Social Sciences 108 112 552 740 1 ,512 113 37 150 1. 662 Speech Pathology 79 79 79 25 Includes majors and Intended majors

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UNDERGRADUATES The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUHTS Unclaaalfled -All Campuses Fall 1988 GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS Fut 1-t Ima Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Hon-Resident Allen Bleck, Hon-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Hon-Hispanic AGE Meen Median RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Hon-Resident-Allen DISCIPLINE Unclassified NOTE: Unclassified Non-degree students 26 OTHER Total Prof. Uncl. Total 4,602 4,602 239 239 4,363 4,363 I ,844 I ,844 2,758 2,758 38 3 8 208 208 9 9 65 65 179 179 4, 103 4. 103 36 36 34 34 4,288 4 ,288 276 276 38 38 4,602 4 ,602

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The Unlverstty of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Undeclared A 11 Campuses fal I 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTttER freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc I Total HEADCOUNT 835 361 280 67 1,543 ...; I, 543 STATUS Full-time 631 272 187 33 1. 123 1 123 Part-time 204 89 93 34 420 420 SEX Male 354 157 141 25 677 617 Female 481 204 139 42 866 866 RACE Non-Resident Allen 6 4 15 2 27 27 Black, Non-Hispanic 51 12 15 6 84 84 American Indian 5 5 5 Asian, Pacific Islander 16 14 4 2 36 3 6 Hispanic 86 20 16 4 126 126 White, Non-Hispanic 671 311 230 53 1,265 l, 2G5 AGE Mean 19 21 24 27 21 2 I Median 18 20 22 25 19 19 RESIDENCY In-State 685 313 248 59 I, 305 1. 305 Out-of-State 144 44 17 6 211 21 I Non-Resident-Allen 6 4 15 2 27 27 DISCIPLINE Undeclared 835 361 280 67 1,543 I 543 27 NOTE: Undeclared Degree seeking students who have not declared a major or an Intended major

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UNDERGRADUATES The Unlveralty of South f lorlda ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Medicine fall .1988 GRADUATES freahman Sophoore Junior Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS full-time Part-time SEX Male female RACE Non-Realdent Allen Black, Non-Hlapan1c American Indian Aaian, Pacific lalander Hiapanlc White, Non-Hlapanic AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY Jn-Stete Out-of-State Non-Reaident-Allen DISCIPLINE Medicine Total OTHER Prof. Uncl. 380 380 259 121 7 17 40 316 25 24 378 2 380 28 Total 380 380 259 121 7 l 7 40 316 25 24 378 2 380

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UNDERGRADUATES The Untversttv of South Flortda ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Medtcal Sciences Fal I 1988 GRADUATES Fraahman Sophomore Juntor Santor Total Master/Eds PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-time Part-time SEX Mala Female RACE Non-Resident Altan Black, Non-Hlapanlc American Indian Asian, Pactftc Islander H tspanlc White, Non-Hispanic AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY Jn-State Out-of-State Non-Restdent-Allen DISCIPLINE Med ical Sciences 34 28 6 21 13 3 I 4 26 31 31 29 2 3 34 Total 34 28 6 21 13 3 I 4 26 31 31 29 2 3 34 OTHER Prof. Unc I. To tal 3 4 28 6 2 1 13 3 4 26 3 1 3 1 29 2 3 34 29

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30 The Uni vvra tty of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Nuralng Al I Campu Fal I \988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freahman Sopho111ore Junior Senior Tote I Maater/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 44 129 175 122 122 297 STATUS Ful I-time 17 63 82 36 36 118 Part-time 27 66 93 86 86 179 SEX Mala I 3 4 8 8 12 Female 43 126 171 114 114 285 RACE Non-Resident A I len I I 2 2 Black, Non-Hispanic 3 8 II 3 3 14 American Indian Asian, Pac If le la lander I 2 3 3 Hispanic I 8 9 I I 10 White, Non-Hiapanlc 38 110 150 118 118 21iB AGE Mean 19 19 31 29 30 37 37 33 Median 19 19 31 27 27 36 36 32 RESIDENCY In-State 43 126 171 121 121 292 Out-of-State 2 2 I I 3 Non-Resident-Allen I 2 2 DISCIPLINE Nursing 44 129 175 122 122 297

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UNDERGRADUATES The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Public Health -All Campuses Fall 1988 GRADUATES freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/Eds PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS full-time Part-time SEX Male female RACE Non -Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Allen DISCIPLINE Publ le Health 207 54 153 61 146 4 11 5 14 173 35 34 196 7 4 207 7 6 1 2 5 6 36 38 6 7 OTHER Total Prof. Uncl. T ota I 214 214 60 60 154 1 5 4 63 6 3 151 151 5 5 11 11 5 5 14 14 179 I 7 9 35 35 34 3 4 202 202 7 1 5 5 214 2 1 4 31

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32 The University of South Flor\da ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Continuing Education Fal I 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Sent or Total Master/Eds PhD Total Prof. Unc I. Total HEADCOUNT 2 8 I I 21 279 9 288 660 969 STATUS Ful 1-t tme I I 29 3 32 I 34 Part-time 2 8 10 20 250 6 256 659 935 SEX Male 2 7 7 16 132 7 139 358 513 Female I 4 5 147 2 149 302 456 RACE Non-Resident Al ten I I 2 3 Black, Non-Hispanic 8 9 37 47 American Indian I 2 3 Asian, Pac If le Islander 2 2 13 15 Hispanic I I 7 I 8 13 22 Wht ta, Non-Hispanic 2 8 9 19 261 6 267 593 879 AGE Mean 38 33 32 33 33 41 33 37 36 Median 38 33 32 33 32 41 32 37 35 RESIDENCY In-State 2 8 9 19 267 9 276 564 85Y Out-of-State 2 2 II 11 94 107 Non-Resident-Allen I I 2 3 COLLEGE Arts & Letters I I Business 2 2 I I 3 Education 2 3 5 113 6 119 124 Engineering 6 6 13 132 3 135 148 Natural Sciences I 1 l Unclassified 660 660 Undeclared I Public Health 31 31 JI Includes majors and Intended majors Students are Included In campus headcount If they attend courses on that campus

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The Univaratty of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Ft. Myara Campus Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Fraahman Sophomore Jun tor Senior Total Maatar/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Tota l HEADCOUNT 8 239 348 595 142 e 160 205 950 STATUS Full-time 3 87 116 206 12 12 4 222 Part-time 5 152 232 389 130 8 138 201 726 SEX Mala I 64 97 162 59 4 63 62 267 Fama la 7 175 251 433 83 4 87 143 663 RACE Non-Raaldant Al Ian 4 3 7 7 Black, Non-Hispanic 7 8 15 6 6 6 27 American lndlan Asian, Pacific Islander 4 4 4 Hlapanlc 9 9 18 4 2 2 White, Non-Hiapanic 8 219 324 651 136 8 144 195 6 9 0 AGE Mean 24 30 31 30 35 42 36 36 32 Median 21 27 29 28 33 40 34 36 3 1 RESIDENCY In-State 4 225 342 571 141 8 149 195 915 Out-of-State 4 10 3 17 1 1 10 2 8 Non-Resident-Allan 4 3 7 7 COLLEGE Arts & Letters 4 1 5 2 2 7 Business 2 88 147 237 59 59 296 Educ at I on 2 77 110 189 68 8 76 265 Natural Sciences 5 1 6 6 Social Sciences 4 59 72 135 13 13 148 Unclassified 205 205 Undeclared 2 1 3 3 Nursing 4 16 20 20 33 Includes majors and intended majors Students are Included In campus headcount If they atten d courses on that campus

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34 The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Lakeland Center Fa I I 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Jun tor Santor Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc I. Tota l HEADCOUNT 3 9 63 78 153 42 2 44 223 420 STATUS Full-time 2 5 26 40 73 5 6 3 82 Part-ttma 1 4 37 38 80 37 38 220 338 SEX Mala 2 2 41 46 91 9 9 88 188 Female 1 7 22 32 62 33 2 35 135 2 3 2 RACE Non -Rest dent Al ten Black, Non-Hispanic 3 5 8 3 3 11 22 American Indian 1 I 2 :i Ast an, Pacific Islander 1 2 3 Hispanic I 3 4 8 5 13 White, Non-Hispanic 3 8 56 68 135 39 2 41 203 3 7!:l AGE Mean 19 22 27 28 27 35 52 36 42 36 Med tan 19 19 24 24 24 35 52 36 40 3 3 RESIDENCY In-State 3 9 57 77 146 42 43 220 409 Out-of-State 6 I 7 I 3 11 Non-Resident-Al ten COLLEGE Arts & Letters I 2 2 5 I I 6 Business I 7 6 14 1 I 1 5 Education 3 3 18 24 40 2 42 66 Engineering 12 14 27 '21 Fina Arts 2 3 3 Socia I Sciences 36 36 74 74 Unclasstfted 223 223 Undeclared 2 3 6 6 Includes majors and Intended majors Students are Included tn campus headcount If the y a ttend courses on that campus

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The Unlveratty of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Sarasota Campus Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 28D 413 528 1. 222 154 154 353 I, 729 STATUS Fu II -time 274 237 264 775 36 36 10 821 Part-time 6 176 264 447 118 118 J43 908 SEX Male 138 148 217 504 49 49 120 673 Female 142 265 311 1.18 105 105 2J3 l ,056 RACE Non-Resident A 1 len 6 3 6 15 I 1 16 Black, Non-Hispanic 2 6 9 17 3 J 10 30 American Indian I I I 2 Asian, Pacific Islander 11 6 6 23 2 25 Hispanic 7 5 10 22 2 2 6 JO Whl te, Non-Hispanic 254 393 496 1,144 148 148 JJ4 I. 626 AGE Mean 23 19 26 30 26 36 36 J7 29 Median 23 19 23 27 23 36 36 36 26 RESIDENCY In-State 145 35B 48B 992 153 153 339 1. 4tl4 Out-of-State 129 52 34 215 14 229 Non-Resident-Allen 6 J 6 15 16 COLLEGE Arts & Letters 2 15 17 34 I I 35 Business 2 111 158 271 29 29 JOO Education 1 77 106 184 72 72 256 Engineering 10 35 45 10 10 55 Natural Sciences 4 1 5 5 New College 271 122 129 522 522 Social Sciences 4 62 61 127 25 25 152 Unclassified 35J 353 Undeclared 4 2 7 7 Nursing 8 19 27 2 7 Public Health 17 17 I 7 35 Includes majors and lntended majors Students are Included in campus headcount If they attend courses on that campus NOTE: For Sarasota University Program, deduct New Co I 1 ege, as shown on page 24 from this data

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36 The Un,veratty of South Flor,da ENROLLMENT HEAOCOUNTS St. Peteraburg Campua Fell 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freahman Sophomore Jun,or Santor Total Maater/EdS PhD Tote I Prof. Unc I. Total HEADCOUNT 6 16 642 1,132 I, 796 322 35 357 526 2,678 STATUS Ful 1-t lme 6 10 214 394 623 83 24 107 18 740 Part-t,me 6 428 738 I, 172 239 11 250 508 I, 930 SEX Male 3 5 244 438 690 127 30 157 190 I ,037 Female 2 11 398 694 1, 105 195 5 200 336 I, 64 I RACE Non-Real dent Al ten 5 2 7 4 4 8 I 16 Black, Non-Hhpan'c 21 27 49 1 1 11 23 tlJ Amer,can Jnd,an 1 1 1 As,an, PacU le la lander 9 IB 27 2 2 4 33 H'span'c 1 I 1 37 49 5 5 12 66 Whl te, Non-Htapantc 5 14 596 1,047 1,662 300 31 331 486 2,479 AGE Mean 19 28 28 30 29 32 32 32 4 I 32 Medlen 18 24 26 28 27 31 31 31 -38 29 RESIDENCY In-State 4 14 622 1, 113 1,753 304 27 331 513 2,597 Out-of-State 2 15 17 35 14 4 18 12 65 Non-Resident-Allen 5 2 7 4 4 8 16 COLLEGE Arts & Letters 2 58 48 109 11 12 I 2 1 Business 4 300 573 877 118 118 995 Education 5 115 203 323 118 119 442 Engineering I 41 133 175 17 5 Fine Arts 2 I 3 6 6 Natural Sciences 1 6 11 18 62 31 93 111 New College 1 1 Social Science 3 IOI 139 243 13 13 Unclassified 526 5:?6 Undeclared 13 4 19 I!) Medical Sciences 2 2 2 Nursing 7 17 24 l4 Includes majors and 'ntended majors Students are included In campus headcount if they attend courses on that campus

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The UnlveraHy of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUHTS Tampa Campua Fa II 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freahman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT .. 3. 541 2, 175 5,003 6,854 17,573 2,888 736 3,624 380 2,725 24,302 STATUS Full-time 2,816 1,688 3,418 3,943 11,865 1. 182 400 1,582 380 2D9 14,036 Part-time 725 487 1,585 2, 911 5,708 1. 706 336 2,042 2,516 10,266 SEX Male I ,648 1,037 2,286 3,427 8,398 1, 176 340 1,516 259 I ,056 11, 229 Female 1,893 1, 138 2,717 3,427 9. 175 I, 712 396 2, 108 121 I ,669 13,073 RACE Non-Resident A 11 en 60 42 119 143 364 162 81 243 35 642 Slack, Hon-Hispanic 182 89 220 265 756 82 24 106 7 127 996 American Indian 6 2 5 13 26 6 2 8 4 38 Asian, Pac If le Ia lander 113 76 125 161 475 35 9 44 17 44 580 t-llspanlc 265 137 315 433 1, 150 100 24 124 40 140 I, 454 Whl te, Non-Hispanic 2,915 1 ,829 4,219 5,839 14,802 2,503 596 3,099 316 2,375 20,592 AGE Mean 19 21 24 26 24 33 36 33 25 35 26 Median 18 20 22 24 22 31 35 32 24 32 23 RESIDENCY In-State 2,852 1 ,839 4,489 6,432 15,612 2,618 610 3,228 378 2,545 21. 763 Out-of-State 629 294 395 279 1 ,597 108 45 153 2 145 I, !!97 Non-Hesldent-Allen 60 42 119 143 364 162 81 243 35 642 COLLEGE Arch\ tecture 40 40 40 Arts & Letters 258 197 529 634 1, 618 194 56 250 I ,868 Business 807 478 I ,415 1 ,801 4,501 689 26 715 5,216 Education 158 164 647 1 ,041 2,010 739 262 1 ,001 3, 0 I I Engineering 395 298 569 1,225 2,487 248 80 328 2,815 Fine Arts 170 96 135 242 643 55 55 698 Natural Sciences 611 313 494 622 2,040 170 93 263 2,303 Ne .. Co I I e9e 2 2 2 Socia I Sciences 308 269 918 I, 133 2,628 458 178 636 3,264 Unclassified 2,725 2,725 Undeclared 833 359 266 62 1 ,520 1. 520 Medicine 380 3UO Medi cal Sciences 34 34 34 Nursing 30 92 124 122 122 2'16 Publ le Meal th 173 1 180 IUO JnclucJes majors and Intended majors Students are Included In campus headcount If they attend courses on that campus 37

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FTIC Conununity Lower Number Applied 7. 170 503 Number Accepted 4, 179 187 % Applied Who Were Accepted 58.3 37. 2 Number Enrol led 2,206 133 % Accepted Who Enrolled 52. 8 71. 1 The Univeraity of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Applied, Accepted, and Enrolled Total Unlveraity Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES College Tranafera Other Tranaf era Upper Lower Upper 2,616 1, 297 1,743 2,457 490 1,439 93.9 37.8 82.6 1,752 304 832 71. 3 62.0 57.8 GRADUATES New to Previously Degreed USF From USF 2,673 950 1,107 658 41.4 69. 3 658 545 59.4 82.8 39

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FTIC HEADCOUNT 2,206 STATUS Fu 11t tme 1,803 Part-time 403 SEX Male 1 ,023 female 1. 183 RAC E Non -Resident Al ten 44 Black, Non -Hispanic 98 American Indian 2 Asian, Paclf lc Islander 80 tilspanlc 163 Whl te, Non-Hispanic l ,819 AVERAGE ENTERING GPA 3.0 AVERAGE TEST SCORE A C T 22 SAT 1022 GRE GMAT The Untveratty of South Florida HEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Total Untveratty Fell 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranafera Other Trenafera Lower Upper Lower Upper 133 I, 752 304 832 104 1 111 256 504 29 641 48 328 51 731 132 389 82 1 ,021 172 443 5 9 47 3 65 7 40 1 3 40 4 13 7 91 12 38 120 1 ,550 272 694 3.0 2.9 2.8 2.8 22 23 1024 1038 NOTE: FTIC First Time In College (New College students enter as Sophomores) Hew to USF 658 373 285 320 338 51 22 2 11 18 554 3 2 1067 540 40 GRADUATES Prevtoualy Degreed From USF 545 248 297 236 309 13 23 2 5 21 481 3.2 1052 533

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FTIC COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Letters 144 Business 439 Education 85 Engineering 227 Fine Arts 109 Natural Sciences 425 New College 122 Social Sciences 191 Undeclared 464 Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Publlc Health Includes majors and Intended majors The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Total University, continued Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper 20 179 35 60 26 532 72 243 24 362 20 138 10 148 29 91 4 20 17 27 12 133 24 90 5 7 23 10 17 312 55 140 15 41 29 31 18 2 New to USF 11 36 169 130 57 11 38 95 J 62 2 16 28 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 6 37 84 185 57 3 23 79 32 2 19 17 41

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t1E ADCOUNT STATUS Fu I 1 t lme Port-time SEX Male ft1111ii le RACE Non-Resident Alien Ulack, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asliin, Pacific Islander tllsp;mlc Whit.i, Non -Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING uf'A AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GHE GMAT FTIC .:ludes majors and Intended majors The Unlveraity ot South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Architecture -All Campuaea Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranatera Other Tranafera Lower Upper Lower Upper New to USF 11 8 3 9 2 11 3. I 1050 42 GRADUATES Previoualy Degreed From USF 6 6 5 1 I 4 2.4 1067

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful I-time Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GMAT FTIC 144 117 27 44 100 1 8 I 6 128 2.9 22 1020 Includes majors and Intended majors The Unlveraity of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Arta & Lettera -All Campuaea Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper 20 14 6 10 10 I 19 2.9 23 179 122 57 56 123 2 I 3 173 2.9 35 31 4 8 27 I 2 32 2.5 22 1019 60 44 16 18 42 3 I 3 53 2.8 Naw to USF 38 21 15 I I 25 2 2 2 30 3.3 I009 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 37 24 13 18 19 2 2 33 3.4 1120. 43

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu 11t lme Part-time SEX Male F .. male RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTJC 439 356 83 235 204 13 17 I 14 19 375 2.9 21 977 Includes majors and Intended majors The Unlveraltv of South Florida HEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Buslneaa -All Campusea Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranafera Other Tranafera Lower Upper Lower Upper 26 24 2 9 17 I 3 21 3.0 22 983 532 276 256 270 262 II I 8 26 486 2.9 72 243 54 115 18 128 38 132 34 111 2 12 4 11 2 1 14 64 205 2.7 2.8 23 988 Hew to USF 169 73 96 107 62 6 1 6 156 3.2 930 540 44 GRADUATES Prevloualv Degreed From USF 84 41 43 45 39 I 2 I 79 3.2 533

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HEADCOUNT STATUS ful J-t lme Part-time SEX Male female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic A111ttrlcan Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GllE GMAT FTIC 85 72 13 16 69 1 2 3 79 3 1 21 1006 majors and Intended majors The Univeraitv of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Education -All Campuaea Fa I I 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Convnunttv College Tranafera Other Tranafera Lower Upper Lower Upper 24 20 4 4 20 1 23 3.0 22 1014 362 267 95 65 297 9 6 11 336 2 9 20 16 4 3 17 20 3. 1 22 1071 138 97 41 37 IOI 1 11 4 122 2.8 New to USF 130 51 79 28 102 2 6 1 3 118 3.3 999 GRADUATES Prevtoualv Degreed From USF 185 58 127 47 138 7 1 5 172 3.3 1012 45

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu 11-t lme Part-time SEX Male female RACE Non -Resident Allen Ulack, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander t-lispanlc White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SA r Gl
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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu 11-t Ima Part-time SEX Male female RACE FTIC 109 92 17 46 63 Non-Resident Allen 1 Black, Non-Hispanic 6 American Indian Asian, Paclf lc Islander 1 Hispanic 6 White, Non-Hlspantc 95 AVERAGE ENTERING GPA 2.9 AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GHE GMAT 22 1016 Includes majors and Intended majors The Untverattv of South Flortda NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Ftne Arta -All Campuaea Fal I 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Co111111Unttv College Tranafera Other Tranafara Lower Upper Lower Upper .. 1 3 I 3 1 3 3.2 19 955 20 16 4 11 9 3 16 3. 1 17 17 7 10 17 2.9 22 1069 27 22 5 10 17 2 3 21 2.8 Hew to USF 11 10 I 6 5 1 9 3.5 1043 GRADUATES Prevtoualv Degread from USF 3 1 2 2 3 3.4 1000

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu I 1 t lme Part-time SEX Male Female RACE FTIC 425 349 76 174 251 Non-Resident Allen 10 Ulock, Non-Hlsanlc 18 Amurlcan Indian Asian, Paclf lc Islander 33 Hlspantc 50 White, Non-Hispanic 314 AVERAGE ENTERING GPA 3.1 AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT !)Ar GHE GMAT 23 1023 Includes majors and Intended majors The Untveratty of South Flortda HEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Natural Sctencea -All Campu Fa! I 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Communtty College Tranafera Other Transfer Lower Upper Lower Upper 12 9 3 7 5 1 10 2.8 21 990 133 101 32 43 90 11 7 14 101 3.0 24 20 4 6 18 3 21 2.8 23 1022 90 63 27 37 53 5 4 4 1 76 2.9 Hew to USF 38 34 4 23 15 10 2 1 1 24 3.2 1130 48 GRADUATES Prevtoualy Degreed From USF 23 15 8 14 9 2 1 I 18 3.0 1177

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FTIC+ The Unlveratty of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Haw Collage Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Convnuntty College Tranafara Other Tranaf ara Lower Upper Lower Upper HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu 11 t lme Part-time si:x Male female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non -Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacif lc Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING G P A AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT 122 122 60 62 3 I 5 5 108 3.3 28 1235 5 5 3 2 2 3 3.7 1304 first Time In College enter New College as Sophomores NOTE: for Sarasota Campus, see page 62 7 7 4 3 7 3.5 23 23 14 9 21 3. 1 26 1178 10 10 6 4 8 2.9 Hew to USF GRADUATES Prevtoualy Degreed From USF 49

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu I I -t I mtt Part-t \me SEX Male Fama le RACE Hon-Resident Alien Ulack, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hlspimlc White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC 191 147 44 63 128 2 5 3 10 171 2.9 22 1003 Includes majors and Intended majors The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Social Sciences -All Campuaea Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfer Lower Upper Lower Upper 17 14 3 4 13 16 2.8 22 980 312 198 114 137 175 1 15 2 25 269 2.8 55 45 10 21 34 4 49 2.9 24 1032 140 11 63 48 92 4 6 8 122 2.8 Hew to USF 95 61 28 25 70 5 4 1 1 3 81 3.2 1093 50 GRADUATES Previously Degreed from USF 79 39 40 29 50 1 7 3 68 3.2 995

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu 11-t lme Part-time SEX Male Fttmale RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Mlspanlc White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC 464 345 119 201 263 4 27 1 8 45 379 2 9 22 987 The Unlveraltv of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Undeclared -All Campuaea Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Convnunttv College Tranafera Other Transfer Lower Upper Lower Upper 15 11 4 4 I 1 15 2.9 22 1048 41 30 II 24 17 1 2 I I 36 2 8 29 24 5 12 17 2 27 2.7 22 983 31 20 11 22 9 11 1 1 18 2.8 New to USF 3 1 2 2 1 3.2 940 GRADUATES Prevtoualv Degreed From USF 2.8 1080 51

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful 1-t lme Petrt-t line SEX Male female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non -Hispanic Am"rlcan Indian Asletn, Pacific lalander ttl 5panl c White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC The Unlveralty of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Medicine Fal I 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Convnunlty College Tranafera Other Lower Upper Lower Upper Hew to USF 62 62 41 21 2 6 2 52 3.4 52 GRADUATES Prevloualy Degreed From USF 32 32 22 10 2 3 26 3.5

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fullt lme Part-time sex Male Fo;111a I e kACE Non-Resident Allen American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GkE GMAT fTIC The University of South Florida HEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Medical Sciences Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper Hew to USF 2 2 3.9 1195 GRADUATES Previously Degreed from USF 2 2 3 4 1405 53

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful 1 t lme Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Paclf lc Ialander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT fTIC The Unlveralty of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Nuralng -All Campuaea fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranafera Other Tranaf era Lower Upper Lower Upper 18 12 6 2 16 2 1 15 3 I 2 2 2 2.9 New to USf 16 3 13 I 15 16 3.2 995 54 GRADUATES Previously Degreed from USF 19 6 13 I 18 18 3.3 929

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful 1 -ttma Part-time SEX Mala Female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE A C T SAT GHE GMAT FTIC The Untveralty of South Florlda NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Public Health -All Canipusea Fal I 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Community Collage Tranafera Other Tranafara Lower Upper Lower Upper Haw to USF 28 10 18 15 13 26 3.2 1096 GRADUATES Prevloualy Degreed From USF 17 5 12 2 15 2 15 3.4 1046 55

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-time Part-time SEX Male Ftimale RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander t-tlspanlc wnlte, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC The UnlvHralty or South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Continuing Education fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranarera Other Tranafera Lower Upper Lower Upper 3.2 Studt1nts are Included In headcount If they attend credit CEO courses New to USF 31 5 26 14 17 1 2 1 27 3.1 1062 56 GRADUATES Prevloualy Degreed from USF 45 5 40 20 25 44 3.2 1082

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FTIC COLLEGE Arch I lecture Arts & Letters Business Euu.:a t I on b1u I ne .. r I 110 Fine Arts Natural Science& New Co I I ege Soc I a I Sc I enc es Undeclared Mee.JI c I ne Meutcai Sciences Nursing l'ublic Health includes majors and Intended majors The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Continu\ng Education, continued Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranafera Other Tranafera Lower Upper Lower Upper New to USF 16 12 GRADUATES Prevtously Degreed from USF 26 18 57

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FTIC Community Lower HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful 1-t ime l'drt-t Ima SEX Mdle f.,ma I e RACE Non-Resident A 1 ten Uluck, Non-Htspantc American Ind Ian Asian, Pac 1f I c la lander Hispanic Whl te, Non-Hlspantc AVERAGE ENTERING Gf>A AVERAGE TES"T SCORE ACT SA r GRE GMAT The Untveratty of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Ft. Myera Campua Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES College Tranaf era Other Tranafera Upper Lower Uppar 99 4 33 38 2 10 61 2 23 26 1 11 73 3 22 1 3 2 6 2 90 4 28 3.1 3.3 2.8 24 1060 :.tudldnts are Included in campus headcount tf they attend courses on that campus 58 GRADUATES New to Previoualy Degreed USF From USF 21 18 2 2 19 16 10 7 11 11 21 17 3.1 3 1 970 1072 523 520

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FTIC COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Letters Buslnesi; Eelucatlon Enulneering F1nti Arti; Natural Sciences New College Social Sclencei; Undticlared Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Pub I le Hea I th Includes majors and intended majors The Un1vera1ty of South Flortda HEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Ft. Myera Campua, conttnued Fal I 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranafera Other Tranafera Lower Upper Lower Upper 39 8 36 16 21 3 9 Hew to USF 16 2 3 GRADUATES Prevtoualy Degreed From USF 4 11 3 59

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HEADCOUNT STATUS fu I 1-t tme Part-t tme SEX Male female RACE Non-Resident Allen Block, Non-Hl&panlc American Indtan Asian, Paclf lc Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACl SAT GRE GMAT FTIC Communttv Lower 3 9 The Unlveraltv of South Florida HEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Lakeland Center fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES College Tranafera Other Tranafera Upper 14 6 8 11 3 2 12 2.7 Lower Upper 3 3 2 I 3 3.1 Stuutints are lnclucJecJ In campus headcount U they attend courses on that campus 60 GRADUATES New to Previously Degreed USf from USF 5 8 5 8 2 3 3 5 2 4 6 3.5 3.3 882 911

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FTIC COLLEGE Architecture A rts & Letters Business Education Engineering Fine Arts Notural Sciences N e w College Social Sciences U ndeclared Me( l I c lne M1h1 I ca I Sc I enc es Nu rsing PulJ I i c H e cs l th Includes majors and tntended majors The Untverattv of South Flortda NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Lakeland Center, continued Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Co1M1Unfty College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper 3 8 2 New to USF 5 GRADUATES Prevtoualy Degreed From USF 8 61

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu 11-t lme Par l l I me SEX Male female RACE FTIC 122 122 60 62 Non -Resident Alien 3 Black, Non-Hispanic 1 American Indian Asian, Pacif lc Islander 5 lllspanlc 5 White, Non-Hispanic 108 AVERAGE ENTERING GPA 3.3 AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT 28 1235 The Untverattv of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Saraaota Campua Fat I 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Communttv College Tranafera Other Transfer Lower Upper Lower Upper 8 7 I 3 5 2 6 3.6 24 1226 113 57 56 45 68 110 3.0 27 25 2 14 13 25 3.0 26 1172 50 25 25 17 33 47 2.9 Students are include d in campus hdadcount If they attend courses on that campus New to USF 21 7 14 10 I I 19 3.2 1043 541 62 GRADUATES Prevtoustv Degreed From USF 13 3 10 7 6 I 12 3 2 979 520

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FTJC COLLEGE Arch\ tecture Arts & Letters Business EcJucatlon Enolneerln9 Fine Arts Natural Sciences 122 Nth Co I I ege Social Sciences Undeclared MecJlclne Mud I cal Sciences Nursing Pull I ic Hea I th Includes majors and Intended majors The Univeraity ot South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Sarasota Campus, continued Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Convnunlty College Tranater Other Tranaf era Lower Upper Lower Upper 2 2 4 37 14 30 14 9 2 5 7 23 10 24 6 NOTE: For Sarasota University Program, deduct New College data, as shown on page 49, from this data New to USF 7 9 2 2 GRADUATES Previoualy Degreed From USF 3 5 4 63

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FTIC 11E AD COUNT 3 STATUS fu I I -t Ima 3 f>drt-tlme SEX Male 2 l'ttma le 1 RACE Non-Resident Al Ian Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander ltlspanlc Wtli te, Non-Hispanic 3 AVERAGE ENTERING uf'A 2.7 AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT 22 SA I 995 GHt GMAT The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS St. Petersburg Campus fal I 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Communtty College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper 3 252 4 89 3 108 1 21 144 3 68 1 95 39 2 157 4 50 2 6 3 3 -3 2 3 240 4 82 3.D 2.9 2.9 2.8 24 21 1160 Stu
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FTIC COLLEGE Arch I tecture Arts & Letters Business Education Engineering 2 Fine Arts Natural Sciences New College Social Sciences Undeclared M ecJlclne Me<.llca I Sciences Nursing Puhl ic Hea I th lnclu<.le s majors and Intended majors The Univeraity of South Florida HEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS St. Peteraburg Campus, continued Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Trenafera Lower Upper Lower Upper 25 8 104 47 2 67 2 10 9 9 40 12 4 2 Hew to USF 3 20 15 18 2 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 6 9 24 5 5 65

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FTIC HEADCOUNT 2,084 STATUS Fu 11-t Ima 1, 681 Parlt Ima 403 SEX Mala 963 fumale I, 121 RACE Non-Resident Allen 41 Black, Non-Hispanic 97 American Indian 2 Asian, Pacific la lander 75 Hispanic 168 Wnl t11, Non-Hispanic I, 711 AVERAGE ENTERING GPA 3.0 AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT 22 SAT 1007 GRE GMAT The Untveratty of South Flortda NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Tampa Campua F1tl l 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Communtty College Tranafera Other Tranafera Lower Upper Lower Upper 123 1. 331 269 684 95 941 228 454 28 390 41 230 47 579 117 334 76 752 152 350 5 8 43 3 57 6 35 l 1 36 4 12 7 83 12 34 112 1,149 239 560 2.9 2.9 2.8 2 8 22 23 1005 1022 Students are Included In campus headcount If they attend courses on that campus New to USF 642 348 194 264 278 46 14 2 10 17 453 3 2 1068 538 66 GRADUATES Prevtoualy Degreed From USF 441 235 206 194 247 13 19 2 5 20 382 3.2 1055 537

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FTIC COLLEGE Architecture 144 Arts & Letters 439 Business 85 Euucatlon 227 E11ulneerlng 109 Fine Arts 425 Natural Sciences N & w College 191 Social Sciences 464 UnoeclarecJ MeU.l clne Mccli cal Sciences Nu1sin9 Puul lc Health Includes majors and intended majors The Un1vera1ty of South Flor1da NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Tampa Campua, cont1nued Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES Convnun1ty College Tranafera Other Transfer Lower Upper Lower Upper 19 162 33 51 26 363 70 187 21 237 16 98 10 133 29 85 4 20 17 27 12 130 24 89 16 234 51 116 15 35 29 30 17 New to USF 33 129 91 44 I 1 23 92 2 62 2 16 26 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 36 73 125 39 3 21 68 32 2 19 17 67

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The University of South Florida INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS* Total University Fall 1988 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Haster/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 60 48 128 148 384 165 84 249 38 671 SEX Hale 38 31 86 97 252 116 68 184 30 466 Female 22 17 42 51 132 49 16 65 8 205 AGE Hean 20 21 23 25 23 27 31 29 25 25 Median 19 20 23 24 23 26 31 27 25 24 COUNTRY Central Near/Middle Southeast Africa Carri bean America Eu roe! Far East East South America Asia Other Egypt 5 Bahamas 13 El Salvador 1 Belgium 1 Hong Kong 10 Bahrain 2 Argentina 1 Burma 1 Canada 24 Kenya 1 Barbados 2 Guatemala 1 Denmark 1 Japan 13 Cypress 3 Bolivia 4 India 77 Netherlands Libya 1 Dominican Honduras 2 Finland 1 People's Rep. Iran 12 Brazil 2 Indonesia 11 Territory 33 Morocco 9 Republic 1 Mexico 4 France 14 of China 33 -Israel 6 Chile 2 Malaysia 11 United King-Nigeria 3 Grenada 2 Nicaragua 2 Germany Phillipines 4 Jordan 14 Columbia 7 Pakistan 10 dom Terr. 8 South Haiti 3 (West) 10 Rep. of China Kuwait 7 Ecuador 2 Singapore 8 Unknown 53 Africa 6 Jamaica 17 Greece 5 (Taiwan) 29 Lebanon 21 Guyana 1 Sri Lanka 3 Sierra Trinidad & 10 Iceland 1 Rep. of Korea 18 Saudi Peru 4 Thailand 11 Leone 3 Tobago 21 Ireland 3 Arabia 5 Venezuela 12,.. 118 Zaire 1 Italy 4 Syria 3 Zambia 1 Nether-107 Turkey 5 132 59 lands 6 United 35 Norway 11 Arab Em 1 30 Romania 1 Yemen Spain 8 (Aden) 1 Switzer-land 3 United 80 Kingdom 28 Yugoslavia 3 100 *Non-Resident Aliens 69

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National Merit Corporate-Sponsored Scholars National Achievement Corporate-Sponsored Scholars Special Corporate-Sponsored Merit Scholars USF-Sponsored National Merit Scholars Total SOURCE: Admissions Office The University of South Florida NATIONAL MERIT AND ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARS Fall 1988 SCHOLARS Continuing New Total Tampa 8 2 10 l 3 l 4 l 5 5 27 16 43 --2. 43 19 62 7 70 NEW SCHOLARS Campus Residency New College Florida Non-Florida l l l l .J! 13 -1 12 15 4

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The University of South Florida NIGHT VERSUS DAV HEADCOUNT Total Unlverattv by Col le9e Fall 1988 Lower Upper Graduate Professional Unclassified Total % of Total Architecture Night 2 2 5.0 Dav 8 8 20.0 Both 30 30 75. 0 Total 40 40 100. 0 Arts & Letters Night 17 107 56 180 9. l Day 249 615 100 964 48. 6 Both 192 542 104 838 42.3 Total 458 1. 264 260 1 ,982 100. 0 Business Nl9ht 61 1,074 474 1 ,609 24 .. 8 Day 677 1 ,423 198 2,298 35. 4 Both 553 1 ,823 210 2,586 39. 8 Total l. 291 4,320 882 6,493 100. 0 Education Nl9ht 13 200 796 1 ,009 25. 4 Day 186 952 275 1 ,413 35.5 Both 133 1,158 263 1. 554 39. 1 Total 332 2,310 1 ,334 3,976 100.0 En9lneerln9 N ight 33 321 242 596 19 3 Day 403 901 115 I, 419 45.8 Both 259 714 108 1,081 34. 9 Total 695 1 ,936 465 3,096 100. 0 71

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72 The University of South Florida NIGHT VERSUS DAV HEADCOUNT Total University by continued Fal I 1988 Lo.,. er Upper Graduate Professional Unclassified Total of Total Fine Arta Night 2 15 8 25 3.6 Day 158 223 33 414 59.0 Both 106 143 14 263 37.5 Total 266 381 55 702 100.0 Natural Sciences Night 18 65 5 88 3.7 Day 537 670 299 1 ,506 62. 8 Both 369 401 34 804 33. 5 Total 924 1. 136 338 2,398 100.0 New College Night 2 2 0 4 Day 271 251 522 99.4 Both 1 1 0.2 Total 271 254 525 100. 0 Socia I Sciences Night 19 383 191 593 15.9 Day 310 902 330 1 ,542 41 4 Both 257 1,177 152 1 ,586 42.6 Total 586 2,462 673 3,721 100.0 Unclasslfled Night 2,566 2,566 55. 8 Day 1 ,493 1 ,493 32.4 Both 543 543 11 .8 Total 4,602 4,602 ID0.0

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Lower Upper unaeclared Night 38 43 Day 725 145 Both 433 159 Total 1. 196 347 Meal cal Sciences Night Day Both Total Meal cine Night Day Both Total Nursing Night 1 Day 2 144 Both 28 Total 2 173 Pub l I c Hea I th Night Day Both Total .The University of South Florida NIGHT VERSUS DAV HEADCOUNT Total University by College, continued Fall 1988 Graauate Professional 1 33 34 1 379 3BO 10 79 33 122 104 26 84 214 Unc I asa if I ed Total ')(, of Total 81 5.2 B70 56.4 592 3B.4 1 ,543 100.0 1 2.9 33 97. 1 34 100.0 1 0.3 379 99.7 380 100.0 11 3.7 225 75.8 61 20.5 297 100.0 104 48.6 26 12. I 84 39.3 214 100.0 73

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The Unlveralty of South Florida 74 NIGHT VERSUS DAV HEADCOUNT Total Unlveralty by Campu5 Fall 1988 Lower Upper Graduate Profaaional Unc 1 aaa if tad Total 'JI. of Total TOTAL UNIVERSITY Night 201 2. 211 1 ,889 l 2,566 6,868 22.9 Day 3,518 6,226 1,496 379 13, 112 43.7 Both 2,302 6, 146 1,032 543 10,023 33.4 Total 6,021 14,583 4,417 380 4,602 30,003 100.0 Continuing Ed Night 13 215 446 675 69.7 Day 4 15 185 205 21. 2 Both 2 58 29 89 9 2 Total 2 19 288 660 969 100.0 Ft. Myer& Night I 61 70 30 162 17. 1 Day 2 271 70 147 490 61 6 Both 6 255 10 28 298 31. 4 Total 8 587 150 205 950 100. 0 Lakeland Night 4 57 39 205 305 72. 6 Day I 14 15 3.6 Bolh 8 83 5 4 100 23.8 Total 12 141 44 223 420 100.0 Sarasota/New Co II ege Night 2 154 120 234 510 29. 5 Day 275 459 16 71 821 47. 5 Both 4 328 18 48 398 23.0 Total 281 941 154 353 1. 729 100. 0 St. Petersburg Night 3 693 206 348 1, 250 46.7 Day 2 298 98 117 515 19.2 Both 16 783 53 61 913 34. 1 Total 21 1,774 357 526 2,678 100.0 Tampa Night 190 1, 328 1. 333 1 1. 344 4. 196 17 3 Day 3,240 5,290 l, 328 379 970 11. 207 46. l Both 2,286 5,239 963 411 8,899 36. 6 Total 5,716 11 ,857 3,624 380 2,725 24,302 100. 0 NOTE: Students are included In campus headcount If they attend courses on that campus

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College E & G TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Architecture Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Arts & Letters Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Business Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Educatio n L ower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Campuses 1987-88 Annual FTE* Suaner SCH 3,756 17,758 9,093 58,420 2,446 15,522 149 958 15,443 92,658 19 79 19 79 764 2,758 1,159 6,268 124 688 12 72 2,059 9,786 654 3,759 1,916 12,492 490 2,848 4 26 3,064 19,125 176 436 1,714 12,077 1,022 8,504 39 317 2,951 21,334 Fall SCH SEring SCH 71,632 60,831 153,999 151,282 31,155 31,582 1,845 1,976 258,631 245,671 247 275 247 275 15,157 12,653 20,176 19,926 1,620 1,662 142 159 37,095 34,400 11,663 10,755 32,989 31,169 6,454 6,369 40 49 51,146 48,342 3,372 3,242 27,319 29,170 12,161 12,037 455 468 43,307 44,917 75

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College Engineering Lower Upper Graduate ClassrOOll Dlesis/Dissertation Total Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Dlesis/Dissertation Total Natural Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Dlesis/Dissertation Total New College Lower Upper Total Social Science L o wer Upper Graduate Classroom Dlesis/Dissertation Total Interdisciplinary Lower Upper T otal The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED Sl'UDENr CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Caapuses, continued 1987-88 Annual FTE* Summer SCH 99 591 1,005 7,479 198 672 26 143 1,328 8,885 178 803 454 3,432 51 401 2 6 684 4,642 1,094 5,497 858 5,683 190 770 34 214 2,176 12,164 127 286 413 658 3,914 1,666 10,928 352 1,560 33 180 2, 710 16,582 5 34 61 39 61 76 Fall SCH S2ring SCH 1,821 1,554 16,376 16,360 2,827 2,824 354 325 21,378 21,063 3,204 3,097 7,658 7,055 660 572 32 33 11,554 10,757 21,127 17,125 15,423 13,215 2,289 3,023 414 465 39,253 33,828 2,920 2,144 6,168 5,272 9,088 7 ,416 12,164 10,261 27 ,341 28,364 4,897 4,820 408 477 44,810 43,922 204 549 751 753 751

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College MEDICAL TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom 11Jesis/Dissertation Total Medicine** Lower Upper Graduate Classroom 11Jesis/Dissertation Total Nursing Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Public Health Lower Upper Graduate Classroom 11Jesis/Dissertation Total UNIVERSITY TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom 11Jesis/Dissertation Total Annual ITE: UG Cour s e Level Grad Course Level **Medical Science The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDEN'I CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Campuses, continued 1987-88 Annual FrE* SWiiier' SCH 12 105 131 948 169 1,087 10 70 322 2,210 19 93 5 30 24 123 128 912 52 434 4 30 184 1,376 12 105 3 36 98 560 1 10 114 711 3,768 17,863 9,224 59,368 2,614 16,609 159 1,028 15,765 94,868 Total Annual Credit Hours 40 (10 for Summer, 15 Fall Total Annual Credit Hours 32 ( 8 for Su11111er, 12 Fall Fall SCH Spring SCH 168 216 2,248 2,051 2,212 2,104 114 137 4,742 4,508 306 209 52 71 358 280 2,200 2,011 566 674 42 58 2,808 2,743 168 216 48 40 1,340 1,221 20 8 1,576 1,485 71,800 61,047 156,247 153,333 33,367 33,686 1,959 2,113 263,373 250,179 & 15 Spring) & 12 Spring) 77

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Campus TOTAL UNIVERSITY E & G Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total FORT HYERS Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total LAKELAND Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total SARASOTA/NEW COLLEGE Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total ST. PETERSBURG Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation T otal TAMPA/CED L o wer Uppe r Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation T o t a l The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED SnIDEN'r CREDIT HOURS Total University by Campus 1987-88 Annual FTE SU111er SCH 3,756 17,758 9,093 58,420 2,446 15,522 149 958 15,443 92,658 272 2,061 113 817 385 2,878 15 12 27 130 624 2,538 108 912 861 3,450 24 227 806 6,788 138 1,161 5 968 8,181 3,601 17 ,531 7,376 47,033 2,075 12,632 149 953 13,201 78,149 78 Fall SCH SCH 71,632 60,831 153,999 151,282 31,155 31,582 1,845 1,976 258,631 245 ,671 4,354 4,454 1,316 1,479 5,670 5,933 114 495 27 361 141 856 2,968 2,230 11,851 10,557 1,207 1,331 16,026 14,118 345 404 12,456 12,997 1,670 1,570 3 2 14 ,474 14,973 68,319 58,197 125,224 122, 779 26,935 26,841 1,842 1,974 222,320 209,791

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College E & G TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Architecture Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Arts & Letters Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Business Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Disseration Total Education Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL F'l'E AND FUNDED STUDEN'r CREDIT HOURS Tampa Campus by College* 1987-88 Annual FTE Sumer SCH 3,601 17 ,531 7,376 47 ,033 2,075 12,632 149 953 13,201 78,149 19 79 19 79 763 2,758 1,071 5,481 114 670 12 72 1,959 8,981 636 3,588 1,444 8,994 396 2,019 4 26 2,479 14,627 174 436 1,246 8,230 800 6,725 39 317 2,258 15,708 Fall SCH s2rtn15 SCH 68,319 58,197 125,224 122,779 26,935 26,841 1,842 1,974 222,320 209,791 247 275 247 275 15,129 12,613 18,847 18,512 1,466 1,499 142 158 35,584 32,782 11,390 10,455 24,842 23,919 5,369 5,273 40 49 41,641 39,696 3,328 3,180 20,112 21,510 9,664 9,204 455 468 33,559 34,362 79

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College Engineering Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Natural Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Social Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Honors Lower Upper Total Bach of Ind Studies Upper Total *Includes Continuing Education The University of South Florida ANNUAL FrE AND FUNDED STUDEN'r CREDIT HOURS Tampa Campus by College, continued* 1987-88 Annual F'fE Swmaer SCH 99 591 933 6,948 194 663 26 143 1,252 8,345 178 803 428 2,905 47 396 2 6 655 4,110 1,089 5,441 842 5,641 187 770 34 214 2,153 12,066 658 3,914 1,378 8, 773 319 1,310 33 175 2,388 14,172 5 20 16 25 16 14 45 14 45 Bo Pall SCH Sering SCH 1,821 1,554 15,324 15,037 2,788 2, 770 354 325 20,287 19,686 3,204 3,097 7,301 6,917 548 572 32 33 11,085 10,619 21,079 17,037 15,164 12,891 2,289 2,927 414 465 38,946 33,320 12,164 10,261 23,085 23,242 4,564 4,321 405 476 40,218 38,300 204 324 451 528 451 225 300 225 300

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College E & G TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Architecture Graduate Classroom Thesis/Disseratation Total Arts & Letters Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Business Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Education Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Engineering Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED S'IDDEN'l' CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Campuses 1988-89 Annual FTE* Sumer SCH 17,091 59,055 15,648 973 92,767 276 276 2,658 7,234 733 95 10,720 3,318 12,974 3,461 30 19,783 524 10,704 7,186 318 18,732 504 7,074 1,245 174 8,997 Fall SCH+ s2rins SCH 74,149 157 ,045 32,555 2,060 265,809 531 531 17,024 20,880 1,874 153 39,931 10,131 32,691 7,061 38 49,921 3,638 27,644 11,310 390 42,982 1,602 15,511 3,525 372 21,010 81

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College Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate ClassrOOll lbesis/Dissertation Total Natural Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lbesis/Dissertation Total New College Lower Upper Total Social Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lbesis/Disseration Total Interdisciplinary Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lbesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDEN'.r CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Ca11puses, continued 1988-89 Annual FTE* Sum1er SCH 645 3,132 344 6 4,127 5,004 5,168 721 209 11,102 4,426 12,209 1,682 141 18,458 12 560 572 82 Fall SCH+ s2rtns SCH 3,246 7,231 566 28 11,071 21,289 15,400 2,347 516 39,552 2,928 7,092 10,020 14,291 30,333 5,341 563 50,528 263 263

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College MEDICAL TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Medicine** Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Nursing Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Public Health Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total UNIVERSITY TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL F1'E AND FUNDED STIJDEN'r CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Campuses, continued 1988-89 Annual ITE* Su-er SCH 177 1,343 1,324 84 2,928 109 45 154 1,322 473 28 1,823 177 21 742 11 951 17,268 60,398 16,972 1,057 95,695 Fan SCH+ 348 2,429 2,518 169 5,464 281 90 371 2,399 893 66 3,358 348 30 1,344 13 1,735 74,497 159,474 35,073 2,229 271,273 *Annual FI'E: UG Course Level = Total Annual Credit Hours Grad Course Level = Total Annual Credit Hours **Medical Science 40 (10 for SUD1Der, 15 Fall & 15 Spring) 32 ( 8 for Su111ner, 12 Fall & 12 Spring) +Preliminary S2ring SCH 83

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Campus TOTAL UNIVERSITY E & G Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total FORT MYERS Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total LAKELAND Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total SARASOTA/NEW COLLEGE Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total ST. PETERSBURG Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total TAMPA/CED L ower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total ':."he University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Total University by C411pus 1988-89 Annual F'l'E Su..er SCH 17,091 59,055 15,648 973 92,767 2,203 729 2,932 796 355 1,151 2,430 693 3,123 105 6,671 1,156 7 7,939 16,986 46,955 12,715 966 77 ,622 84 Fall SCH Spring SCH 74,149 157,045 32,555 2,060 265,809 4,970 1,062 6,032 955 462 1,417 3,101 12,711 1,053 16,865 366 12,952 1,656 2 14,976 70,682 125,457 28 ,322 2,058 226,519

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College E & G TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Architecture Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Arts & Letters Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Business Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Education Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Engineering Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDEN'r CREDIT HOURS Tampa Campus by College* 1988-89 Annual FTE Sunner SCH 16,986 46,955 12,715 966 77,622 276 276 2,658 6,406 646 94 9,804 3,213 9,481 2,621 30 15,345 524 6,818 5,523 318 13,183 504 6,636 1,209 174 8,523 Fall SCH** SCH 70,682 125,457 28,322 2,058 226,519 531 531 16,887 19,195 1,808 152 38,042 9,849 24,717 5,921 38 40,525 3,602 19,973 8,843 390 32,808 1,602 14,235 3,420 372 19,629 85

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College Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Natural Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Social Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Honors Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Bachelor of Independent Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total *Includes Continuing Education **Preliminary Data Studies The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDEN'r CREDIT HOURS Tampa Campus by College, continued* 1988-89 Annual FTE Sum1er SCH 645 2,757 344 6 3,752 5,004 5,030 646 209 10,889 4,426 9,267 1,450 135 15,278 12 20 32 540 540 86 Fall SCH** S2ring SCH 3,246 6,890 566 28 10,730 21,205 15,262 2,296 516 39,279 14,291 24,922 4,937 562 44,712 68 68 195 195

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COLLEGE Level Architecture Lower Upper Graduate Total Arts & Letters Lower Upper Graduate Total Business Lower Upper Graduate Total Education Lower Upper Graduate Total Engineering Lower Upper G raduate Total Adjuncts -" 47.4 47.4 11. 3 9 4 1 3 9 7 14 0 12.6 10 3 12. 6 8.9 10.4 5.5 8.8 9.4 10. 9 3 l 9 7 Graduate Aasistanta -" 61 0 8.7 0. 1 28. 1 4 7 0.6 1.5 6.2 10. l 1 4 7. 1 14. 6 12.2 10.8 The University of South Florida DISTRIBUTION OF CREDIT HOURS BY INSTRUCTOR TYPE Total University by College 1987-88 Ful I-Time Non -Instructional Faculty -" 0.7 0.5 2 4 0 7 0.2 0.9 0.3 18. 7 1.1 1.6 2.4 0 0 3.9 0.7 3 1 Part-time Instructional faculty -" 0.6 1.6 1. 2 1. 7 1.9 1.3 1.4 1 .4 1 .3 ful 1-ttme Instructional Faculty -" 30.9 30. 9 21 7 77. 1 96. 1 57. 1 7B 9 84. 1 85.4 83.0 62. 0 73. 3 87. 6 77. 2 72.5 69. 2 93. 1 72". 7 Other Teaching Status -" 21. 7 21 7 4 7 2.6 0 1 3 3 2 4 0 9 1.5 1 3 4 2 3.6 2.4 3.3 3.5 3.8 3.2 3 7 Total -" 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100: 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100. 0 100.0 87

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COLLEGE Level fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Total Natural Sciences Lower Upper Graduate Total New Co I l ege Lower Upper Graduate Total Socia I Sciences Lower Upper Graduate Total Other Lower Upper Graduate Total TOTAL E & G Lower Upper Graduate Total A ojuncta 12.3% 8 7 5 7 9.5 0.6 1 0 0.2 0 7 24. 5 8 1 8 7 12. 1 11 6 1 3 0 18 0 14 8 10.4 9 2 6 9 9. 1 Graduate Aaa1atants 7 1% 0 9 2.4 24. 5 17.0 19. 4 0 7 5 1 3.4 3.9 0 8 2 0 21.5 7 0 0 6 9 6 The Un1vtirs1ty of South Florida DISTRIBUTION Of CREDIT HOURS BV INSTRUCTOR TYPE Total University by College, continued 1987-88 ful 1-Tlme Non -Instructional faculty 1 .3% 2 0 3 2 1.9 1 4 1.0 0.7 3.9 1 1 2.6 7 8 0 4 3 6 1 1 l 8 1 3 1 5 Part-time Instructional faculty 8.8% 7.7 6 l 7 9 0 9 2 6 8.5 2.2 2 4 0. 1 0.5 0 7 1 3 0 5 1 2 1 5 1 8 1 5 full-time Instructional faculty "66.9% 77.0 84. 3 "74. 9 65.5 76. 2 89. 8 71.9 lOD O 100.0 100.0 68. 0 80. 6 88 1 78. 6 62. 4 45.8 59. 2 53.7 60. 6 77. 8 86.5 74. 8 Other Teaching Status 3 .6% 3 7 0 6 3.5 8.5 1 8 0 6 5. 1 4 4 2 2 1 6 2 7 26. 1 29.6 20.2 25. 3 5.2 2 7 2 8 3 4 88 Total 100.0% 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100. 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

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COLLEGE Level Medical Lower Upper Science& Graduate Total Nur&tng Lower Upper Graduate Total Public Health Lower Upper Graduate Total TOTAL UNIVERSITY Lower Upper Graduate Total Adjuncts -" 2.9 0 3 10. 4 9 1 6 5 9 0 Graduate Asstatanta -" 21.4 6.9 0 6 9.5 The Untveratty of South Florida DISTRIBUTION OF CREDIT HOURS BY INSTRUCTOR TYPE Total Untveratty by College, continued 1987-88 Ful 1 -Ttme Non -Instruct Iona I Faculty -" 1 7 0.5 2.0 1 7 1 1 I. 7 1 3 1 5 Part-time Inatructtonal Faculty -" 9 0 9.0 7.2 0.7 5 4 8.9 0.8 0 9 1. 2 1.6 1.8 1 .5 Ful I-time Instructional Faculty -" 91 .0 91.0 92.0 94.7 92.8 33. 3 88.9 79.3 60.4 78.0 86.8 75. 1 Other Teaching Statu5 -" 0.7 2 9 1.4 97. 1 57.8 8 3 17 .8 5 5 2.7 3 1 3.5 Total % 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100.0 100.0 100. 0 100. 0 100.0 100.0 100. 0 100. 0 89

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CAMPUS Level Continuing Lower Upper Graauate Total Ft. Myers Lower Upper Graduate Total Lakeland Lower Upper Graauate Total Sarasota Lower Upper Graeluate Total Ed St. Petersburg Lower Upper Graduate Total Tampa Lower Upper Graauate Total Aeljuncts -,, 6.9 2 6 3.9 21 9 14 5 20.0 39. 8 9 5 28. 6 10.3 8 3 8 5 52. 8 19 8 13 I 19. 8 10 4 7 2 5 9 7.9 Graduate Aaa1atanta -,, 3.0 0.6 I. 3 3.4 2.5 6.3 4 0 1.6 1.1 2.0 I. 7 22. 3 8 1 0.7 11. 1 The Un1veralty of South Florida DISTRIBUTION OF CREDIT HOURS BV INSTRUCTOR TVPE Total Unlvera1ty by Campus 1987-88 Ful I-Time Non -Instructional Faculty -,, 2 4 1 7 3.2 2.2 2 9 2.3 I .4 1.4 0.7 0 9 0.8 4 5 0 5 0.8 0 6 1 1 1 .9 1. 2 1 6 Part-t 1me Inatructlonal Faculty -,, 2 6 1. 2 1 6 1.9 1 .4 0.2 0.2 0 5 2.0 0.7 1. 2 I 8 2 0 I 7 Full-time Inatruct1onal Faculty -,, 87.5 88.9 88. 4 65.5 80.7 69.4 48.9 90.5 64.3 97.3 84.9 86.3 86.9 42.8 73.0 82.8 73. 5 59.3 78.4 87. 1 74.2 Other Teaching Status 100.0% 4.3 3 2 4.2 2 6 3 8 2.7 I. 7 1.3 2.4 4.5 2.5 4.2 I. 3 3 7 5 7 2.6 3.0 3.5 90 Total 100. 0% 100.0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0

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NON-CREDIT CONTINUING EDUCATION Total Programs Conducted Total Registrants Continuing Education Units (CEU) Total CEUs Awarded Total CEUs Recorded Total CEUs Non-Fundable FTE Generated SOURCE: CEU Report: FY '87-88 BIS Pro gram R eport The University of South Florida TIIE SCHOOL OF EXTENDED STUDIES and BACHELOR OF INDEPENDENT STUDIES BACHELOR OF INDEPENDENT STUDIES External Degree Prograa 1987-88 October, 1988 391 11,353 3,198.2 19,598.5 22,796.7 53.0 Students Currently Enrolled Graduates through October 1988 W<>11en Hen BIS Enrollment Percentages Community College Graduates BIS Graduates who Continue into Graduate Work Invited to Membership in National Honor Society 119 98 59 % 41 % 69 % 38 % 10 % 91

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College Architecture Arts & Letters Business Education Engineering Fine Arts Natural Science New College Social Science BIS Medicine Nursing Public Health Total *BA/BS Option counted as one program NOTE: Count as of 11-1-88 Bachelors* 16 7 21 11 5 11 1 14 1 1 88 The University of South Florida NUMBER OF DEGREE PROGRAMS 1988-89 Mastera Specialists 1 12 4 27 2 11 3 8 14 1 1 3 85 2 PhD/EdD Professional 1 1 2 7 4 2 1 1 1 19 1 95

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ARTS and LETTERS American Studies Classics Classics -Interdisciplinary Classics and Foreign Language Communication English French German Humanities Italian Liberal Arts and Sciences Mass Communications Philosophy Religious Studies Russian Spanish BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Accounting Economics Finance General Business Administration Management Information Systems Management Marketing EDUCATION Adult & Vocational Education Business and Office Education Distributive and Marketing Education Industrial-Technical Education Art Education Classics Education The University of South Florida BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University Fall 1988 EDUCATION (cont'd) Elementary-Early Childhood Elementary Education English Education Exceptional Child Education Behavior Disorders Mental Retardation Specific Learning Disabilities Foreign Language Education Health Education Humanities Education Mass Coaaunications-English Education Mathematics Education Music Education Physical Education Science Education Social Science Education Speech Communication-English Education ENGINEERING Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Engineering Engineering Science Engineering Technology Industrial Engineering Information Systems Mechanical Engineering FINE ARTS Art Dance Music Theatre Theatre-Fine Arts NATURAL SCIENCES Biology Botany Chemistry Clinical Chemistry Geology Mathematics Medical Technology Microbiology 96 Natural Sciences Interdisciplinary Physics Zoology NEW COLLEGE NewCollege Degree NURSING Nursing SOCIAL and BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES African and Afro-American Studies Anthropology Criminology Economics Geography Gerontology History International Studies Political Science Psychology Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Social Work Sociology Women's Studies EXTERNAL DEGREE PROGRAM Bachelor of Independent Studies

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ARCHITECTURE Architecture* ARTS and LETTERS American Studies Classics** Communication English English as a Second Language French Liberal Arts Linguistics Mass Cooununications Philosophy Religious Studies Spanish BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Accountancy Business Administration Economics Management EDUCATION Administration and Supervision Adult & Vocational Education Adult Education Business & Office Education Distributive & Marketing Education Industrial-Technical Education Art Education Curriculum & Instruction Elementary Education Exceptional Child Education Behavior Disorders Gifted Specific Learning Disabilities Mental Retardation Motor Disabilities English Educatio n Foreign Languag e *Cooperative Program with Florida A & M **Cooperative Program with University of Florida The University of South Florida MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University Fall 1988 EDUCATION (cont'd) Guidance & Counseling Education Humanities Education Junior College Teaching Library, Media and InfonDation Studies Mathematics Education Music Education Physical Education Reading Education School Psychology Science Education Social Science Education Speech Communication Education ENGINEERING Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Engineering M.E. Engineering M.S.E. Engineering Management Engineering Science Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering FINE ARTS Art Music Art History MEDICINE Medical Science NATURAL SCIENCES Botany Chemistry Geology Marine Science Mathematics Microbiology Physics Zoology NURSING Nursing PUBLIC HEALTH Health Adainistration Public Health Science in Public Health SOCIAL and BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES Anthropology CoD1Dunicology Audiology Aural Habilitation Speech Pathology Criminology Geography Gerontology History Political Science Psychology Public Administration Rehabilitation Counseling Social Work Sociology 97

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The University of South Florida DOCTORAL, EDUCATION SPECIALIST, & PROFESSIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University DOCTORAL: ARTS and LETIERS English BUSINESS Business Administration EDUCATION Administration & Supervision Curriculum & Instruction ENGINEERING Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Science and Engineering Electrical Engineering Engineering Science Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering MEDICINE Medical Sciences SOURCE: USF General Catalog 1988-89 Fall 1988 NATURAL SCIENCES Biology Chemistry Marine Science Mathematics PUBLIC HEALTH Public Health SOCIAL and BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES Applied Anthropology Psychology EDUCATION SPECIALIST: EDUCATION Administration & Supervision Curriculum & Instruction PROFESSIONAL: MEDICINE Medical 98

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College Arts & Letters Business Education Engineering Fine Arts Natural Science New College Social Science BIS Medicine Nursing Public Health Total NOTE: Bachelors -First major only The University of South Florida DEGREES AWARDED Total University by College 1987-88 Bachelors Masters and EdS 400 51 1,125 162 667 487 427 82 115 25 297 53 84 747 148 13 3 90 40 51 3,965 1,102 !!!!! lat Professional 3 29 7 13 14 3 90 69 90 99

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The Untveratty of South Florida 100 E & G FUNOABLE SECTIONS Continuing Education Fall 1987 (BOT) Fall 1988 (BOT) Class Discuss Laba Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Laba Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Upper 15 2 17 4 21 7 8 3 11 Graduate 59 9 68 6 74 61 62 9 71 Total 74 9 2 85 10 95 68 70 12 82 Education Lower Upper 14 2 16 4 20 5 6 3 9 Graduate 33 9 42 3 45 31 32 5 37 Total 47 9 2 58 7 ti5 36 38 8 46 Enolneerlng Lower Upper 2 2 2 Graduate 25 25 3 28 30 30 4 34 Total 25 25 3 28 32 32 4 36 Fine Arts Lower Upper Graauate Total Social Sciences Lower Upper Graduate Total

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The University of South Florida E & G fUNOABLE SECTIONS ft. Myers Ca111pua fal I 1987 (BOT) fal I 1988 (BOT) Class Olacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total Class Olacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lo .. er Upper 40 40 6 46 46 46 7 53 Graduate 20 20 4 24 20 20 20 Total 60 60 10 70 66 66 7 73 Arts & Letters Lo .. er Upper Graduate Total Business Lower Upper 17 17 17 17 17 17 Griiduate 4 4 4 4 4 4 Total 21 21 21 21 21 21 Education Lower lipper 12 12 3 15 15 15 4 19 Graduate 12 12 12 13 13 13 Total 24 24 3 27 28 28 4 32 fine Arts Lower Upper 3 3 3 3 3 3 Graduate 1 Tot di 3 3 4 3 3 3 Natural Sciences Lo .. e r Uppe:r GrdcJuate Total Social S ciences Lower Upper 8 8 3 11 11 11 3 14 Graduate 3 3 3 6 2 2 2 Total 11 11 6 17 13 13 3 16 101

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The Untverattv of South Flortda 102 E L G FUNOABLE SECTIONS Lakeland Center Fall 1987 (BOT) Fall 1988 (BOT) Claaa Otacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total C1aaa Otacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Upper 4 4 4 26 26 2 28 Graduate 2 2 2 14 14 l 15 Total 6 6 6 40 40 3 43 8u51ne55 Lower Upper Graduate Total Education Lower Upper 3 3 2 5 G1adua te 9 9 l 10 Total 12 12 3 15 Enylneerlng Lower Upper 2 2 2 7 7 7 Graauate 4 4 4 Total 2 2 2 11 11 1 1 Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Total Natural Sclence5 Lower Upper Graduate Total Social Sciences Lower Upper 2 2 2 13 13 13 Graduate l l Total 2 2 2 14 14 14

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The Unlveraltv of South Florida E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Saraaota Campu Fall 1987 (BOT) Fall 1988 (BOT) Claaa Olacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total Claaa Dlacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower 2 2 3 5 3 3 3 6 Upper 68 2 70 18 88 65 4 69 18 87 Graduate 22 23 4 27 27 .,. 28 4 32 Total 92 2 95 25 120 95 4 100 25 125 Arts & Letters Lower I I 1 2 2 2 Upper 5 5 5 4 4 4 Graduate Total 6 6 6 6 6 6 Bualness Lower Upper 19 19 3 22 17 17 3 20 Graduate 2 2 2 3 3 3 Total 21 21 3 24 20 20 3 23 Education Lower I I 1 I 1 I Upper 16 17 3 20 17 18 2 20 Graduate 12 13 1 14 9 10 1 11 Total 29 31 4 35 27 29 3 32 Engineering Lower Upptir 10 10 10 11 2 13 14 Gr'iu..luate 5 5 5 10 10 10 Total 15 15 15 21 2 23 24 Fine Arts Lower Upper I G1 ae1ua t e 1 Total 2 Natural Sciences Lower Upptir 2 2 2 Graduate TotC< 1 2 2 2 Nt!W College Lower 3 3 3 3 Upp e r 9 9 9 9 Gra<.Juate Total 12 12 12 12 103

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Soctal Sctences lower Uer Gr1tc.tuate Total Tha Untvaratty of South Florida E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Saraaota Campua, conttnued Fall 1987 (BOT) Fal I 1988 (BOT) Cl Dtacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total Claaa Dtacuaa Laba Subtotal Other 15 3 18 16 3 19 3 2 5 19 5 24 15 5 20 16 5 21 3 3 6 Total 19 8 27 104

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Th11 Unlverattv of South Florida f & G FUNDABLf SECTIONS St. Peteraburg C11111pua Fall 1987 (BOT) Fal I 1988 (BOT) Cleaa Dlacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total Ctaaa Dlacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total TOTAL LOllr 3 3 6 8 2 3 3 Upper 146 2 148 21 169 141 2 143 19 182 Gradu11t11 34 1 35 11 46 36 1 38 11 47 Total 183 4 2 189 32 221 178 2 2 182 30 2 t2 Arta & Letter Lo.er Upper 21 21 2 23 20 20 2 22 Griiduat11 1 1 3 4 2 2 2 4 To I 1t I 22 22 6 27 22 22 4 26 Bualnesa Lo.er 2 2 2 2 2 2 Upper 51 51 5 56 46 46 2 48 Graduate 8 8 8 8 8 8 Total 61 61 5 66 56 66 2 58 Education Lower 1 1 1 Upper 29 29 9 38 31 31 9 40 Graduate 9 10 2 12 10 11 2 13 Total 39 40 11 61 41 42 53 Engineering Lo.er Upper 10 10 10 11 11 I I Graduate Tot iii 10 10 10 11 I I Fine Arta Lower Upper 2 Graduate Total 2 Natural Sciences Lower 3 3 3 I 1 Upper 3 3 3 2 2 2 GraJuate 11 5 16 10 10 5 15 Tota I 14 3 17 5 22 12 13 5 18 Social Sciences Lower U pp11r 31 2 33 5 38 30 2 32 5 37 G1o d uat11 5 5 1 6 5 5 2 7 Total 36 2 38 6 44 35 2 37 7 44 105

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The Unh1eratty of South Florida 106 f & G FUNDABLf SECTIONS Tampa Fa I I 1987 (BOT) fal I 1988 (BOT) Claaa Dtacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total Claaa Dtacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower 428 72 105 605 73 678 428 63 93 584 91 675 Uppur 1 111 34 108 I, 253 223 1,476 l, 101 36 112 1,249 218 1,467 Gr.actuate 455 34 11 500 204 704 466 39 17 522 204 726 Total 1,994 140 224 2,358 500 2,858 1,995 138 222 2,355 513 2,868 Architecture Lowl!r Upc11 Gr actuate 8 2 10 10 15 6 21 21 Total 8 2 10 10 15 6 21 21 Arts & let tars Lower 194 194 5 199 202 202 4 206 Uppur 245 6 251 25 276 232 7 239 27 266 G1.,1..1u.al11 45 4 49 32 81 51 4 55 35 90 ro1 .. 1 484 10 494 62 556 485 11 496 66 562 Business Lowt1r 30 22 52 52 28 21 49 49 Upper 207 208 7 215 203 204 7 211 Gr actuate 78 3 81 8 89 84 6 90 6 96 Total 315 25 341 15 356 315 27 343 13 356 Ectucatlon Lower 44 I 16 61 I 62 44 I 16 61 I 62 Uper 165 10 3 178 32 210 162 9 5 176 27 203 Graduate 115 17 I 133 35 168 105 16 1 122 35 157 Total 324 28 20 372 68 440 311 26 22 359 63 422 Engineering Lower 7 7 1 8 7 7 I 8 Uper 132 27 159 6 165 132 29 161 5 166 Graduate 60 60 17 77 51 51 20 71 Total 199 27 226 24 250 190 29 219 26 245 Fine Arts Lower 15 15 63 78 15 15 82 97 Upper 49 I 4 54 102 156 55 I 6 62 IOI 163 Graduate 14 2 16 36 52 17 3 20 34 54 Total 78 3 4 85 201 286 81 4 6 97 217 314 Natural Sciences Lower 89 45 89 223 224 78 37 77 192 193 llppt:r 119 17 55 191 17 208 110 18 53 18 I 17 198 Gr .. uu .. te 48 3 3 54 25 79 52 3 5 60 23 83 Told I 256 65 147 468 43 511 240 58 135 433 41 474

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The Unlverattv of South Florida E & G FUHDABLE SECTIONS Tampa Campua, continued Fal I 1987 (BOT) Fal I 1988 (BOT) Claaa Dlacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total Claaa Dlacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total Social Sciences Lower 48 4 52 52 54 4 58 58 Upper 192 18 210 32 242 205 l 18 224 29 253 Graduate 87 5 5 97 61 148 91 6 5 102 51 153 Total 327 9 23 359 83 442 360 11 23 384 80 464 Undergraduate Studies Lo .. er I 1 2 3 2 2 Uper 2 2 2 4 2 2 G1acJuate Total 3 3 4 7 4 4 Bach of lndep Studies* Lo .. er Uptir 2 2 3 5 Graduate I I Total 2 3 3 6 *Four (4) weekend college courses included 107

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Program Hass Communications Accounting Business Librarianship Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Music Schools Chemistry Medical Technology Clinical Psychology Public Administration Rehabilitation Counseling Social Work Speech Pathology/Audiology Medicine Nursing Public Health B B/M B/M H B B B B B B B/M B B Phd M M B/M H HD B/M H/D The University of South Florida PROGRAMS ACCREDITED BY OUTSIDE AGENCIES Total University Fall 1988 Accrediting Agency Acer Coun on Edu in JOURNALISM & HASS American Assembly Collegiate Schools of BUSINESS American LIBRARY Association Acer Board for ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Nat Assn Schools of HUSIC American CHEMICAL Society AHA Com on ALLIED HEALTH Edu and Acer American PSYCHOLOGICAL Assn Nat Assn of Schs of PUBLIC AFFAIRS & ADHINISTRATION Coun of REHABILITATION Edu Coun on SOCIAL WORK Edu American SPEECH/LANGUAGE/ HEARING Assn Liaison Coaa on MEDICAL ED National League for NURSING Coun on ED for PUBLIC HEALTH First Review 1976 1985 (BS) 1969 (HS) 1980 1985 1976 1984 1984 1972 1973 1972 1987 1970 1968 1973 1988 1978 (BSW) 1977 (MSW) 1985 1981 1975 1975 1987 *Chemistry The curriculum of the baccalaureate program follows the reco111Dendations and guidelines of the American Chemical Society, thus is accredited by the Society. Chemistry has no on site reviews. **Medical Tech is accredited for hospital internship portion of the baccalaureate program. Reviews are acc o mplished a t stated intervals through the various hospitals. Next Review 1989 1992 1992 1992 1994 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1992 No on site review* Stated intervals** 1991 1995 1990 1990 1990 1991 1989 1991 1990 108

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The University of South Florida LIBRARIES 1988-89 Tampa Campus Libraries Other Campus Libraries Date Library was Erected Total Volume Capacity of Library Total Seating Capacity of Library Number of Volumes Number of Titles (Book Stock) Micro Forms -All Types 1975 800,000 2,500 716,970 453,496 1,248,631 Media Center ** ** ** ** 240 FHHI 1974 10,664 27 9,388 9,388 72 Medical 1975 125,000 350 93,890 28,248 1,420 Operating Expenditures+ $3,878,190 $377,805 $76,169 $805,602 *Edison Community C ollege/USF Learning Resource Center **Included in Tampa data +1987-88 Ft. Hyers/ ECC* 1967 150,000 450 116 ,071 N/A 337,611 $ 975,959 Sarasota/ New College 1985 375,010 361 190,772 125,384 296,226 $690,601 St. Petersburg 1980 125,000 300 113,843 102,895 444,890 $602,288 Totals 1,240,934 719,411 2,329,090 $7,406,614 109

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The University of South Florida RESEARCH/SERVICE CENTERS AND INSTITUTES Fall 1988 ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING: Florida Center for Urban Design and Research BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT: Center for Professional and Management Development Management Institute Center for Economic and Management Research Center for International Business Center for Organizational Effectiveness Small Business Development Center Institute of Banking and Finance COMMUNICATIONS: Center for Organizational CoDDunication Center for Public Relations Research and Development WUSF and WSFP Public TV and FH Radio Stations Center for Telecommunications Research COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES: Institute for Information Systems Management EDUCATION: *Type I Florida Center for Instructional Computing Center for Children with Learning Problems Center for Economic Education Center for Study of Migrant Education Center for the Arts and Human Development Center for the Study of Physical Education and Sport for the Disabled Educational Research Center for Child Development National Resource Center for Middle Grades Education Center for Suncoast Area Teachers Training ENGINEERING & ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: Center for Engineering Design and Research (CEDAR) Center for Environmental Studies and Engineering Center for Modeling Hydrologic and Aquatic Systems Center for Development of Materials Center for Hicroelectric Design and Teat Center for Electron Microscopy Center for Communication and Signal Processing Center for Urban Haas Transportation Research Center for Interactive Technology, Application and Research ALLIED HEALTH & HEALTH SCIENCES: Florida Mental Health Institute Regional Center for Occupational Safety & Health Center for Occupational and Environmental Health USF Medical Center Institute for Geographic Medicine Suncoast Gerontology Center on Health and Longevity Diabetes Center Tampa Bay Cranio -Facial Center Helm ECONGfICS: *International Exchange Center on Gerontology Center for Applied Gerontology LETTERS: Interdisciplinary Center for Greek Studies Center for Writers Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in CUlture and Society 110

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The University of South Florida RESEARCH/SERVICE CENTERS AND INSTITU'l'ES, continued Fall 1988 LIBRARY, ARCHIVAL & MUSEUM SCIENCES: *SUS Extension Library LIFE SCIENCES: Institute for Molecular Biology & Biotechnology Center for Nearshore Marine Science Center for Molecular Design and Recognition MATHEMATICS: Center for Hathematical Services Institute for Constructive Mathematics MULTI/INTERDISCIPLINARY STI.IDIES: Marine Science Center NATIJRAL RESOURCES: Center for Environmental Toxicology PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION AND THEOLOGY: *Type I Center for Applied Philosophy Center for Neo-Platonic Studies SOURCE: Academic Affairs PHYSICAL SCIENCES: Center for Chemical & Enviromental Management Services *Florida Institute of Oceanography Institute of Environmental Research PSYCHOLOGY: International Center for the Study of Violence Center for Research in Behavioral Medicine and Health Psychology PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES: Center for Evaluation Research Center for Connunity Analysis Development Center for Public Affairs and Policy Management SOCIAL SCIENCE: Human Resources Institute Center for Developmental Disabilities Center for Applied Anthropology Institute on Black Life 111

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Students Undergrad Headcount 133 SOURCE: FMHI Graduate Headcount 46 Total Children Adults Aging The University of South Florida FLORIDA MENTAL HEALl1f INSTITlTI'E Training and Clinical Servicea 1987-88 INSTRUCTION Trainees Consultees Headcount 20,055 Instruction Hours 6,420.3 Headcount 6,402 CLINICAL SERVICES Days of Service Residential 17,850 9,012 8,838 Day Clients 48,021 14,105 26,922 6,994 Contract Hours 54,392.9 Consultation Hours 5,211.8 Clients Headcount 1,179 112

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The University of South Florida INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Tampa Campus Fall 1988 Athletic Director and Head Coaches The University of South Florida is a member Intercollegiate Athletic Director Baseball Basketball Men Women Cross Country (Men & Women) Golf Men Women Soccer Softball (Women) Tennis Men Women Volleyball (Women) Riflery (Men/Women) SOURCE: Intercollegiate Athletics Paul Griffin Eddie Cardieri Bobby Paschal Trudi Lacey Bob Braman Bob Shiver Dan Gierlach Jay Miller Hildred Deese Bill Perrin Sherry Bedingfield Debbie Richardson Roger Johnson of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Sun Belt Conference and competes in the University Division I level of competition in the following sports: Men's: Baseball Basketball Cross Country Golf Riflery (co-ed) Soccer Tennis Women's: Basketball Cross Country Golf Softball Tennis Volleyball 113

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SCHOLARSHIPS Alumni Scholarship Black Scholars Award Custodial Scholarships Florida Academic Scholars Florida Teacher's Scholarship Loan Freshman Scholars & President's Endowed Graduate Council Fellowship Graduate Educational Opportunity Grant Miscellaneous University Scholarships New College Foundation Other Florida Scholarships Outside Scholarships/Loans Registration Fee Scholarship (Grad.) Registration Fee Scholarship (U.G.) Selby USF Community College Scholarship USF Foundation Scholarship USF National Merit Waivers STATE OF FLORIDA SCHOLARSHIP Challenger Astronaut Memorial Scholarship Challenger Graduate Scholarship Chappie James Teacher Scholarship Loan Teacher Scholarship Loan Undergraduate Scholars The University of South Florida STUDEN'l' FINANCIAL AID A 11 Campuses 1987-88 1986-87 Approximate Approximate Number of Amount Students Offered 3,993 $ 3,768,813 100 143,968 375 339,966 222 205,500 83 318,000 125 110,600 791 584,610 117 84,470 93 102,000 115 78,467 154 174,598 126 97,625 38 30,000 70 64,900 48 42,300 1,536 1,391,809 1987-88 Approxiute Number of Students 2,706 21 97 360 125 45 26 178 112 35 56 205 44 1,402 428 2 2 43 97 284 Approximate Amount Offered $ 3,160,074 19,500 146,150 363,022 110,000 257,000 114,340 144,213 98,660 31,000 62,100 230,000 35,325 1,548,764 806,220 1,500 10,000 161,040 362,680 271,000 114

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GRANTS Athletic Grants Fine Arts Talent Grants Florida Student Assistance Grant Graduate Educational Opportunity Grant Pell Grant Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant USF Grant LOANS Guaranteed Student Loan Miscellaneous Medical Loans Perkins Loan (NDSL) PLUS/SLS Loan Private Outside Loans USF Loan STUDENT EMPLOYMENT College Career Work Experience Program College Work Study Program OPS -Students Totals SOURCE: Office of Financial Aids 1987-88 Annual Report The University of South Florida STUDENT FINANCIAL AID (Continued) A 11 Campuses 1987-88 1986-87 Approximate Number of Students 6,133 197 121 940 32 3,950 425 468 5,372 4,181 26 832 82 15 236 3,882 1 755 3,126 19,380 Approxi11ate Amount Offered $ 6,026,153 400,000 31,956 805,728 115,350 4,190,725 206,054 276,340 11,752,392 10,155,655 53,251 853,647 318,000 27,000 344,839 8,757,398 5,700 1,126,378 7,625,320 $30,304,756 1987-88 Approximate Approximate Number of' Amount Students Offered 6,208 $ 6,645,670 160 461,853 121 47,727 1,213 996,573 26 114,340 3,719 4,332,406 305 220,870 664 471,901 4,797 11,631,422 3,807 10,103,657 89 128,509 610 751,441 101 307,443 32 45,816 158 294,556 4,543 10,372,963 1 5,370 530 571,433 4,012 9,796,160 18,682 $32,616,349 115

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The University of South Florida CAREER RESOURCE CEN'rER Tampa Campus 1987-88 Placement Activities Number No. Regis-Organizations Organizations Total of tered with Percent Listing Interviewing Student Graduates Placement Registered Positions On-Cam2us Interviews 5,079* 1,367* 26.9 3,410 468 4,956 Cooperative Education Activities On-Campus Recruitment Separate Interviews Conducted 51 Fall, 1987 Spring, 1988 SU111111er Session, 1988 *Excludes Nursing, Medicine, and AA Degrees **Most Cooperative Education interviews are held off-campus SOURCE: Career Resource Center 1987-88 Annual Report Organizations Interviewing On-C8111J>U8 45 Placement Statistics In-Field Training 149 145 160 NU81ber of Students On-Copus Study 97 127 87 Total Student Interviews** 334 Total 246 272 247 116 Total Credentials 16,413

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No. of Alumni Donors (All-Time) 1987-88 Alumni Gifts & Pledges Alumni Clubs Central Florida Ft. Lauderdale Fort Myers Georgia Greater Houston Gulf Coast Jacksonville Metro Miami National Capitol The University of South Florida ALUMNI 1988-89 10,043 Aluani with Bachelor Degrees $354,000 Alumni with Graduate & Professional Degrees Total Alumni Alumni Societies Pinellas County Alumni Scholars Plant City Ambassadors Polk Bachelor of Independent Studies Sarasota/Manatee Black Alumni 76,129 18,997 95,126 Southern California College of Business Administration Space Coast College of Medicine Tallahassee College of Nursing Tampa Mass Connunications University Social Work 117

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ll\e University of South Florida ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL Fall 1988 122 OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT President Executive Assistant Faculty Assistant to the Executive Vice President General Counsel. FRANCIS T. BORKOWSKI BARBARA OOX President .DONNA PARRINO .ALBERT C. HARTLEY Internal Auditor BRYAN S. BURGESS RAYMOND ZUREICH Florida Mental Health Institute Director: (Acting) Deputy Director Programs Deputy Director Administration Chairpersons: .MAX C. DERTKE MAX C. DER1'KE .FRANCIS PARIS Aging and Mental Health LARRY DUPREE Child and Family Studies Community Mental Health Crime and Delinquency Epidemiology and Policy Analysis Directors: Health Services Training and Consultation/ ADLAI BOYD MICHAEL KNOX .RICHARD SWANSON .ROBERT FRIEDMAN Institute Relations JOE GONZALEZ ELLOUISE WILLIAMS ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Provost & Vice President Vice Provost (Acting). Associate Vice President Associate Vice President, GERRY G. MEISELS DAVID P. SCHENCK BERNARD A. MACKEY Library & Information Resources ANN E. PRENTICE Assistant Vice President CAROL J. ROLF Assistant Vice President & University Registrar Special Assistant for Technology LINDA E. ERICKSON JAMES B. HECK Directors: Academic Budgets LYNDA BLOCK HILL Florida Center for Urban Design & Research DAVID A. CRANE Florida Institute of Oceanography. .JOHN C. OGDEN Graphicstudio. DONAID J. SAFF Institute on Black Life (Acting) JUEL H. SMITH International Affairs Center .MARK T. ORR International E x change Center on Gerontology SUS Extension Library University Library HAROLD L. SHEPPARD .VIRGINIA O'HERRON LAURENE ZAPOROZHETZ College of Arts and Letters Dean Associate Dean. Chairpersons: American Studies Classics JAMES F. STRANGE .WILLIAM J. HEIM JACK ..OORE ANNA LYDIA MOTTO Comaunication English Humanities. Mass C011111Unications Philosophy Religious Studies ARTIRJR BOCHNER WILLIAM T. ROSS AHY J. SPARKS .DONNA DICKERSON JAMES A. BELL WILLIAM C. TREMMEL Directors: Division of Languages Development RICHARD A. PRETO-RODAS RON A. SHERMAN College of Business Administration Dean. Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Studies. Associate Dean and Director of Undergraduate Studies Academic Coordinator of Executive Chairpersons: MBA .JAMES L. PAPPAS JOHN HODGSON THOMAS E. NESS STEVEN A. BAUMGARTEN Accounting (and Business Law) ROBERT J. WEST DONALD M. BELLANTE PETER KARES Economics Finance Information Systems and Decision Sciences Management (Acting) Marketing Directors: Center for Economic and Management Research Center for Organizational Effectiveness Center for Professional Development Development MURRAY COHEN ALTON BARTLETT .PAUL J. SOLOMON .JOSEPH S. DeSALVO HAROLD M. SCHRODER .MARYANNE M. ROUSE RICHARD T. BOWERS Lykes Professor of Finance and Banking and Institute of Banking and Finance Small Business Development Center .JAMES L. PAPPAS WILLIAM J. MANCK

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College of Education Dean Associate Dean for Programs (Acting) Associate Dean for Administration Assistant Dean for Clinical Education and Special Projects Assistant Dean for Education/ Business Partnerships Chairpersons: WILLIAM G. KATZENHEYER EVELYN F. SEARLS H. EDWIN STEINER MARCIA MANN DICK J. PUGLISI Adult and Vocational Education (Acting) .CLARENCE COLLIER Childhood/Language Arts/Reading Education MARY OLSON Curriculum and Instruction (Acting) ROGER JOHNSON Counselor Education VICTOR DRAPELA Educational Leadership. DON ORLOSKY Educational Measurement and Research. .JOSEPH MAZUR Instructional Computing ANDRIA TROUTMAN Music Education JACK HELLER Physical Education. H. A. HOFFMAN Psychological and Social Foundations. JAMES BARNARD Special Education JAMES L. PAUL Directors: Children's Center Center for Creativity, Innovation and Center for Economic Education Clinical Education Florida Center for Instructional Computing (Acting) Graduate Studies Grants and Contracts Institute for Instructional Research and Practice National Resource Center for JAMES W. BARNARD Leadership DOROTHY SISK DICK J. PUGLISI MARCIA MANN JAMES WHITE EVELYN F. SEARLS .JUDY WILKERSON .CAROLYN LAVELY Middle Grades Education (Acting) DICK J. PUGLISI School of Library and Information Science ROBERT GROVER School Management Institute KAROLYN J. SNYDER Student Personnel MELVIN G. VILLEHE SunCoast Area Teacher Training (SCATT) Program MANN Teacher Education Centers and Off-Campus Programs PHILIP PFOST South Florida Planning Council Director WILLIAM G. KATZENHEYER Executive Director MARCIA MANN Upward Bound. RICHARD PRIDE World Council for Gifted and Talented Children DOROTHY SISK College of Engineering Dean Associate Dean Associate Dean Associate Dean Assistant Dean Chairpersons: for Academics for Computer Applications for Research. .MICHAEL G. KOVAC MELVIN W. ANDERSON J. A. LLEWELLYN THOMAS E. WADE ANDREW J. BARRETT ctiemical CARLOS A. SMITH Civil Engineering and Mechanics (Interim). Computer Science and Engineering Electrical Engineering Industrial and Management Systems Engineering Mechanical Engineering Directors: STANLEY KRANC .MURALI R. VARANASI E. K. STEFANAKOS PAUL E. GIVENS .WILLIAM A. SMITH Bi-County Engineering Center HORACE GORDON Centers for Engineering Development and Research THOMAS E. WADE Center for Microelectronic Design and Test .JOSEPH STACH Center for Urban Transportation and Research GARY BROSCH Development CAROL SADLER Florida Engineering Education System ANDREW J. BARRETT Southern Technology Applications Center MICHELE YOUNG Technology DOLORES K. GOODING Dean Associate Dean Associate Dean Chairpersons: Visual Arts. Dance Music Theatre (Acting) Directors: Development. Public Relations SYCOM. USP Art Museum College of Fine Arts JOHN L. SMITH, JR JOHN W. COKER VIRGINIA A. BRIDGES ALAN B. EAKER LAWRENCE BERGER JACK HELLER .DAVID WILLIAMS GLENDA HODGSON CLAUDIA NOBLE BRADLEY ALBERS MARGARET MILLER 123

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College of Natural Sciences Dean LEON MANDELL Associate Dean, Graduate Affairs/Research STEWART L SWIHART Associate Dean, Undergraduate Affairs. ROSEMARY M. MORLEY Chairpersons: Biology Chemistry Geology Marine Science Mathematics. Physics. Directors: Development Medical Technology Planetarium. Preprofessional Sciences HARVIN R. ALVAREZ STEWART W. SCHNELLER SAM B. UPCHURCH PETER R. BETZER KENNETII L. POTHOVEN SWAMINATHA SUNDARAM Advising JO-ANN G. ALESSANDRINI .EUGENE D. OLSEN JOE A. CARR CAROLE F. HENDRY College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Dean Associate Dean Associate Dean Chairpersons: JULIA M. DAVIS .EDWARD M. SILBERT .CURTIS H. WIENKER Anthropology ROGER GRANGE Communication Sciences and Disorders ELAINE R. SILLIMAN Criminology. WILLIAM BLOUNT Economics .DON BELLANTE Geography (Acting). DEWEY STOWERS Gerontology THOMAS RICH History JAMES SWANSON Interdisciplinary Social Sciences MARILYN MYERSON Political Science J. EDWIN BENTON Psychology LOUIS A. PENNER Rehabilitation Counseling CALVIN M. PINKARD Social Work PHILIP L. SMITH Sociology MICHAEL KLEIMAN Directors: African and Afro-American Studies Program International Studies program Off-Campus Term Program Public Administration Program Women's Studies Program .FESTUS U. OHAEGBULAM .DARRELL SLIDER KEITH LUPTON .DONALD C. MENZEL .JANICE SNOOK Dean Associate Dean (Acting). Assistant Dean Director: Graduate School USF Press/External Scholarships. 124 JAMES M. ANKER .RICHARD L. HANSELL JAMES C. RENICK .SILVIA RUFFO-FIORE Undergraduate Studies Dean Associate Dean Directors: Career Resource Center C011111Unity College Relations Evaluation and Testing Honors Program Military /ROTC Air Force ROTC Army ROTC. .WILLIAM H. SCHEUERLE .THELMA D. BENTON .GLENDA F. LENTZ FRANK H. SPAIN HARRIET SELIGSOHN STUART SILVERMAN LT. COL. DONALD LIESCH LT. COL. HOWARD ABNEY FAMU/USF Cooperative Architecture Program Associate Dean/Director Associate Director ALEXANDER RATENSKY .TBA School of Extended Studies and Learning Technologies Dean JAMES B. HECK Assistant Dean KENNETH D. STA.Nl'ON Directors: STANTON and LARRY ROMIG LARRY ROMIG KEVIN E. KEARNEY JAMES B. HECK LEE LEAVENGOOD Administration KENNETH D. Association Mgt. & Continuing Education BIS, SUS, External Degree Program Broadcast Services Conferences and Institutes & Lifelong Learning Information Services Learning Technologies Open University Special Programs (PACE). NAN KUTCHER .KENNETH D. STANTON THOMAS WILSON RICHARD TAYLOR

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MEDICAL AFFAIRS Health Sciences Center Vice President for Health Sciences Executive Associate Vice President for Health Sciences Associate Vice President for Clinical Affairs Associate Vice President for Health Affairs Assistant Vice President for Health Affairs Directors: Diabetes Executive Director of Medical Center Development Laboratory Animal Medicine Medical Center Library Medical Clinics Personnel ........ Physical Plant (Assistant Director) Public Affairs Suncoast Gerontology Center RONALD P. KAUFMAN GREGORY R. NICOLOSI JAMES E. HARTFIELD .JOHN C. MELENDI LARRY A. BAUDOIN JOHN I MALONE DONALD B. SWEGAN LOUIS R. NELSON TBA RHANDAL N. SMART SUZANNE M. FLAIG GEORGE R. CHAVEZ TBA ERIC A. PFEIFFER College of Medicine Dean of the College of Medicine Senior Associate Dean of the College of Medicine Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Education Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Af faira Associate Dean for Student Affairs Associate Dean for Tampa General Hospital Associate Dean for VA Affairs. WILTON H. BUNCH JANIFER M. JUDISCH .PIERRE J. BOUIS, JR JAMES B. POLSON ALAN I. LEIBOWITZ THOMAS E. Mc KELL .MARVIN R. DUNN Director of Admissions JAY S. LAYMAN Chairpersons: Anatomy Anesthesiology Biochemistry (Acting) Family Medicine Internal Medicine Medical Microbiology and JOHANNES A.G. RHODIN JOHN B. DOWNS .LARRY P. SOLOMONSON CHARLES E. AUCREMANN ROY H. BEHNKE IDlllunology HERMAN FRIEDMAN Neurology LEON D. PROCKOP Obstetrics/Gynecology WILLIAM N. SPELLACY Ophthalmology WILLIAM E. LAYDEN Orthopaedic Surgery PHILLIP G. SPIEGEL Pathology DAVID T. ROWLANDS, JR Pediatrics (Acting) JOHN s. CURRAN Pharmacology and Therapeutics DIANE RUSSELL Physiology. CARLETON H. BAKER Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine. Radiology Surgery ANTHONY J. READING MARTIN L. SILBIGER RICHARD G. CONNAR 125

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College of Nursing Dean Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Studies Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies JUDITII A. PLAWECKI s. JOAN GREGORY .CECILE A. LENGACHER TBA Chairpersons: Adult Health Nursing CANDACE H. BURNS CoDDDUnity Health Nursing ELIZABETII GULITZ Family Health Nursing. CYNTIIIA S. SELLECK Gerontological Nursing VIVIAN N. ROSS Oncology Nursing SUSAN C. McMILLAN Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing ONA Z. RIGGIN Directors: Continuing Education Graduate Program Nursing Learning Resources Research LORETTA LOPEZ JUDITII A. PLAWECKI Center. NINA H. ENTREKIN TBA College of Public Health Dean Assistant Dean Assistant Dean Chairpersons: Community and Family Health Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology and Biostatistics Health Policy and Management PETER J. LEVIN RITA G. BRUCE .JOHN H. SKINNER STANLEY N. GRAVEN Health. STUART H. BROOKS PAUL E. LEAVERTON TIIOMAS N. CHIRIKOS 126 USF at FORT HYERS CS11pus Dean and Executive Officer. .BARBARA R. SHERMAN Associate Dean/Academic Affairs. GILBERT R. HUTCHCRAFT Directors: Administration and Finance GLENN E. NITSCHKE Student Affairs MADELYN L. ISAACS University Relations and Development JAMES E. HOF ECC/USF Learning Resources CHARLES RITCHIE USF at LAKELAND Center Director Assoc. Dir. for Student Services (Acting). USF at SARASOTA YVONNE L. RALSTON PATRICIA A. MARTINI C8111pUS Dean ROBERT V. BARYLSKI PAUL E. HcCLENDON BERNADINE LUNDSTROM Associate Dean, University Programs Business Manager Directors: Bi-County Center for Engineering Development HORACE C. GORDON GERALD H. HILL RONALD LERNER THOMAS J. PENN Media Center. Physical Plant & Facilities Public Affairs JOHN HEYER Records and Registration Student Affairs NANCY E. FERRARO .OARE DOZIER-HENRY Librarian ALTHEA H. JENKINS Provost Chairpersons: HWDanities. Natural Sciences NEW COLLEGE of USF Social Sciences Directors: .ROBERT R. BENEDETTI JOHN MOORE .JANE STEPHENS CHARLENE LEVY New College Admissions Special Project Development ROBERT H. THORNTON JAMES W. FEENEY Campus Dean Associate Dean Directors: USF at ST. PETERSBURG Academic Advising Administration and Finance Student Affairs University Relations/Development. Librarian LOWELL E. DAVIS KAREN SPEAR .WILLIAM GARRETT J. BRAHES STEPHEN RITCH RALPH L. McKAY .SAMUEL FUSTUKJIAN

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ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS Vice President Associate Vice President Associate Vice President .RICKARD C. FENDER PAULA N. KNAUS CLAIRE S. ROBINSON LINDA LYDIC Assistant to the Vice President (Acting) Assistant to the Vice President FRED VINCENT Directors: Environmental Health and Safety Equal Opportunity Affairs Facilities Planning Human Resources Development Labor/Management Relations. Personnel Services Physical Plant SELDON CARSEY LORETTA ANDERSON ROBERT F. RINGEL .CYNTHIA MULLEN ROLAND E. CARRINGTON TRUDIE FRECKER ADRIAN CUARTA KEITH Sil+lONS .SUSAN M. MITCHEL RICHARD S. KAYE Purchasing. Resource Analysis and Planning Telecommunications University Budgets JOSEPH KARP University Comptroller University Computing Services University Police ERIC WALDEN CHARLES E. FISHER PAUL A. URAVICH DEVELOPMENT/ALUMNI AFFAIRS Vice President Associate Vice President Business Manager, USF-Foundation Directors: Alumni Affairs Planned Giving Research JOSEPH F. BUSTA, JR .HARK LONO JOHN SCO'IT LEE PATOUILLET PHILIP YURECKA VICKI MITCHELL USF Annual Fund. USF President Council (Executive Director) JOE TOMA mo HENRY GARDNER OFFICE OF RESEARCH Vice President GEORGE R. NEWKOHE Division of Sponsored Research Director Assistant Director Assistant Director, Medical Center Program Director, Regional Campuses FRANK LUCARELLI EARLE F. VANCE VIRGINIA H. SWEENEY ROSLYN H. WILEY Division of Industrial Relations and Technology Transfer Director, Industrial Relations RALPH GUNTER Director, Technology Relations (Acting) RALPH GUNTER STUDENT AFFAIRS Vice President Associate Vice President and Dean of Students Associate Vice President Housing and Auxiliary Services Assistant Vice President Intercollegiate .DANIEL R. WALBOLT .CHARLES F. HEWITT RAYMOND C. KING Athletics PAUL GRIFFIN Associate Dean of Students. TROY L. COLLIER Associate Dean of Students. WANDA LEWIS-CAMPBELL Directors: Campus Recreation Counseling Center for Human Development .ANDREW HONKER Financial Aids WILLIAM ANTON GWYN FRANCIS Student Health Services Student Publications Sun Dome. University Center University Golf Course Vice President Directors: UNIVERSITY RELATIONS Community Relations. Governmental Relations Governmental Relations for Health Affairs. Public Affairs MARIA ANDERSON WILLARD BOOKS .MICHAEL LaPAN PHYLLIS MARSHALL .ROBERT SHIVER BARBARA ANN BLUE ANN M. ROSS STEVEN J. ALEXANDER JEFFREY A. MUIR ROBERT L. ALLEN 127

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Architecture Minimum Median Mean Maximum Arts & Letters Minimum Mudliin Mean Maximum Business Minimum Median Mean Max I mum Education Minimum Median Mean Maximum Engineering Minimum Median Mean Maximum The Univeraitv of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION Prof eaaor $ 46, 126 46, 126 46. 126 46, 126 32,972 44,536 45,464 66, 185 41 ,837 56,502 56,410 73,020 45,049 44,370 55,080 45,252 55, 145 57,827 72,820 Total Univeraitv -9 Month Basia Fall 1988 Associate Aaaiatant Instructor $ 37,944 $ 29,455 $ 37,944 29,455 37,944 29,455 37,944 29,455 28,687 23,750 32,755 27. 174 33,043 27,626 42,062 34,265 27,384 28. 131 44,351 42,116 44,884 40,653 62,500 47,702 27,955 25,548 35,590 28,000 35,788 29,222 46,634 37,324 30,480 29,048 43,604 40,000 44,296 39,874 53,000 47,680 Excludes non-tenure earning Instructional faculty 128 Lecturer Total $ $ 29,455 33,700 35,745 46, 126 23,750 36,367 38,642 66, 185 27,384 47,702 48,064 73,020 25,548 38,681 39,467 55,080 29,048 45, 126 47,532 72,820

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Ftne Arts Minimum Median Mtian Malmum Natural Science Minimum Median Mean Malmum New College Minimum Mtidlan Mtian Ma lmum Social Science Minimum Median Mean Max I mum FMHI Minimum Median Mean Md I mum The Unlverettv of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION Prof eaaor $ 31 ,861 42,627 42. 136 57,297 34,942 48,868 50,547 83,239 41. 291 47,490 48,054 58,000 32. 127 45,712 48,734 99,318 43,937 44,837 54,349 87,650 Total Unlverattv -9 Month Baala, continued Fall 1988 Aaaoclate Aaatatant Instructor $ 24,864 $ 24,050 $ 31. 635 27,126 32,082 26,798 38. 727 31,012 27,648 26,500 33,960 29,802 34,266 30,364 42,312 38,000 29, 155 25,000 33,408 26,579 33,890 26,965 38,443 29,539 26,460 23,000 33,401 26,805 33,955 27,083 47,344 34,745 28,637 25,528 39,437 30,483 39,797 34,454 49,910 69,015 Ecludes non-tenure earning Instructional facultv Lecturer Total $ $ 24,050 36,014 35,918 57,297 26,500 38. 199 42,081 83,239 25,000 35. 134 37,375 58,000 23,000 36,541 39, 106 99,318 25,528 36,574 40,463 8 7. 650 129

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Medicine Minimum Median Mean Malmum Nuri; \ng Mtnlmum Median Mean Maximum Publ\c Health Minimum Mfldlan Mean MC.A I mum Total University Minimum Meal an Mean Max I mum Total University, ecluCllng Minimum Mean Mcsxlmum The Untverattyof South Flortda FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION Profeaaor $ 44,018 73,638 71,472 108,058 41,890 45,609 49,259 72,517 63,581 63,840 69,610 80,330 31 ,861 48,270 52,348 108,058 Medicine 31,861 46,870 49,006 99,318 Total Untverattv -9 Month Baa\a, cont\nued Fall 1988 Aaaoc\ate Aaa\atant lnatructor $ 33,401 $ 28,228 $ 46,704 42,692 47,267 43, 169 69, 138 57,274 31. 904 27,789 34,929 30,020 35. 117 30,020 39,347 32,250 39,067 32. 133 47,329 37,015 45,648 36,637 51. 705 42,487 24,864 23,000 36, 198 31,500 38,254 33,958 69, 138 69,015 24,864 23,000 35,324 29,576 36,925 32,363 62,500 69,015 Fwrl11t1Pc; nnn-tPn11rA A;t.rnina in.tr-ur_tinna1 far.:a1ltv 130 Lecturer Total $ $ 28,228 52,416 57,568 108,058 27,789 38,000 40,836 72,517 32. 133 41,823 46,444 80,330 23,000 40,927 43,579 108,058 23,000 39. 154 41. 288 99,318

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The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University Fall 1988 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer HEADCOUNT 455 408 261 74 9 Contract Months 325 307 155 41 12 Contract Months 130 101 106 33 Other Contract Months Mes le 409 303 180 32 Female 46 105 81 42 Black, Non-Hispanic 3 2 I 11 2 American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander 23 9 17 Hispanic 7 10 6 White, Non-Hispanic 422 368 227 72 Mean Age 54 47 39 42 Mean Eperience USF 15 11 4 4 Bachelors 5 6 1 6 Masters 29 42 52 53 Professional 52 34 52 8 Doctorate 369 326 156 7 Tenured 423 331 19 Tenure-Track 25 63 166 Non-Tenure Track 7 14 76 74 Not Appl I cable NOTE: Instructiuncsl faculty' Faculty positions with class codes which reflect a major assignment of instruction, including release time for research. Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and ecludes their visiting replacements 33 24 9 25 8 2 30 52 8 2 23 8 33 Total I, 23 I 852 379 949 282 38 49 25 1. 119 48 11 20 199 146 866 773 254 204 131

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Professor Archttecture 2 Arts & Letters 58 Buslness 35 Education 63 Engtneerlng 28 Fine Arts 30 Natural Science 66 New Co I I ege 14 Soctal Science 67 Other 5 FMHI 5 Medicine 69 Nurstng 8 Publ tc Hea I th 5 ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota/New College 16 St. Petersburg 15 Tampa 422 The Untverstty of South Flortda FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total Untverstty, conttnued Fal I 1988 Assoctate Asslstant Instructor 2 2 36 17 7 54 16 13 55 18 19 22 30 4 24 13 44 21 19 9 2 65 30 4 4 3 8 16 6 56 69 9 9 6 7 10 13 6 3 21 10 2 14 5 4 367 242 68 132 Lecturer Total 6 2 120 16 134 155 4 88 2 69 2 133 45 166 6 19 35 203 30 28 10 2 4 53 3 41 26 1. 125

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 1 2 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacif lc Islander Hispanic Whl te, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable Professor 2 2 2 2 57 2 2 The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Architecture -All Campuses Fall 1988 Associate Assistant 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 46 36 2 2 Instructor Lecturer Total 6 6 5 6 46 5 2 3 133

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Professor HEADCOUNT 58 9 Contract Months 53 12 Contract Months 5 Other Contract Months Male 50 Female 8 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Paclftc Islander Hispanic Whl te, Non -Hispanic 56 Mean Age 56 Mean Experience USF 18 Bachelors 1 Masters 3 Professional Doctorate 54 Tenured 55 Tenure-Track 2 Non-Tenure Track 1 Not Appl I cat> le The Untversttv of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Arts & Letters -All Campuses Fall 1988 Associate Asststant Instructor 36 17 7 34 17 7 2 26 7 5 10 10 2 4 3 2 30 14 7 47 46 41 13 8 4 2 3 3 5 33 14 32 5 4 12 7 134 Lecturer Total 2 120 112 8 2 90 30 8 I 2 2 109 58 51 13 14 3 2 16 101 92 18 2 10

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Profe5sor HEADCOUNT 35 9 Contract Months 28 12 Contract Months 7 Other Contract Months Male 35 Female Black, Non -Hispanic American Indian Asian, Paclf lc Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 34 Mean Age 52 Mean Experience USF 14 Bachelors 1 Masters 2 Professional Doctorate 32 Tenured 33 Tenure-Track 1 Non-Tenure Trac k Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Business -All Campuses Fall 1988 Associate Asai5tant Instructor 54 16 13 52 16 9 2 4 45 13 6 9 3 7 4 5D 16 13 46 42 42 11 6 5 2 1 6 9 2 1 51 9 2 45 2 9 12 2 13 Lecturer Total 16 134 13 118 3 16 13 112 3 22 4 I l 15 128 55 48 6 ID 3 10 28 3 6 100 80 22 16 32 135

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Professor HEADCOUNT 63 9 Contract Months 61 12 Contract Months 2 Other Contract Months Male 53 Female 10 Black, Non -Hispanic American Indian Asian, Paclf ic Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 62 Mean Age 55 Mean Experience USF 19 Bachelors Masters 2 Professional Doctorate 61 Tenured 62 Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Trac k Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Education -All Campuses Fall 1988 Associate Assistant Instructor 55 18 19 54 18 18 1 1 30 7 5 25 11 14 4 2 51 16 19 52 43 44 14 4 3 1 8 4 15 1 47 14 2 47 2 5 9 3 7 19 136 Lecturer Total 155 151 4 95 60 6 148 51 13 1 29 1 124 111 14 30

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Professor HEADCOUNT 28 9 Contract Months 21 12 Contract Months 7 Other Contract Months Male 27 Female Slack, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacif lc Islander 6 Hispanic 2 Whl te, Non -Hispanic 20 Mean Age 55 Mean E"perience USF 14 Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate 28 Tenured 25 Tenure-Trac k 2 Non -Tenur e Trac k Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Engineering -All Campuses Fall 1988 Associate Assistant Instructor 22 30 4 22 30 3 1 22 29 2 1 2 4 6 4 14 23 4 46 37 42 7 4 5 3 5 4 19 25 14 2 8 25 3 4 Lecturer Total 4 88 3 79 1 9 3 83 1 5 16 1 7 3 64 52 46 6 8 3 15 73 41 35 4 12 137

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Professor HEADCOUNT 30 9 Contract Months 24 12 Contract Months 6 Other Contract Months Male 24 Female 6 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic Whl te, Non-Hispanic 30 Mean Age 52 Mean Eperience USF 17 Bachelors 2 Masters 19 Professional 1 Doctorate 8 Tenured 29 Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Fine -All Campuses Fall 1988 Asaociate Assistant 24 13 22 13 2 18 8 6 5 2 22 13 45 38 13 3 6 1 11 11 1 6 24 1 8 4 Instructor 138 Lecturer Total 2 69 60 9 51 18 3 66 44 47 9 13 9 2 43 2 15 54 8 2 7

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Prof eaaor HEAOCOUNT 66 9 Contract Months 60 12 Contract Months 6 Other Contract Months Male 64 Female 2 Black, Non -Hispanic American Indian Asian, Paclf ic Islander 10 Hispanic I White, Non-Hispanic 55 Mean Age 52 Mean E xperience USF 17 Bachelor s Masters Professional Doctorate 64 Tenured 65 Tenure-Trac k 1 Non-Tenure Trac k Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Natural Science -All Campuses Fall 1988 Associate Aaalstant Instructor 44 21 42 21 2 37 18 7 3 2 2 42 19 46 35 14 4 3 43 18 40 1 3 18 t Lecturer Total 2 133 2 125 8 120 13 14 I 2 118 49 47 25 14 1 2 7 125 106 22 2 5 139

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Profeaaor HEADCOUNT 14 9 Contract Months 14 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male 12 Female 2 Black, Non-Hispanic American Ina Ian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 13 Mean Age 56 Mean Experience USF 12 Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate 14 Tenured 13 Tenure-Track 1 Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY New College Fal I 1988 Associate Aaaiatant Instructor 19 9 2 19 9 2 13 8 2 6 1 1 18 9 2 44 38 33 10 3 .II 2 2 2 17 7 19 1 7 1 2 140 Lecturer Total 45 45 35 10 1 I 43 66 46 13 9 1 6 38 33 8 4

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Profeaaor HEADCOUNT 67 9 Contract Months 60 12 Contract Months 7 Other Contract Months Male 61 Female 6 Black, Non -Hispanic 2 American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic 1 White, Non-Hispanic 64 Mean Age 53 Mean Experience USF 16 Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate 67 Tenured 65 Tenure-Track 2 Non -Tenure Track Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Social Science -All Campuses Fall 1988 Assoctate Assistant Instructor 65 30 4 59 30 2 6 2 42 19 1 23 11 3 5 2 2 1 58 26 4 47 39 45 13 4 13 3 4 4 1 61 26 59 4 6 21 5 4 Lecturer Total 166 151 15 123 43 8 2 4 152 48 13 11 I 154 128 29 9 141

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Professor HEADCOUNT 5 9 Contract Months 2 12 Contract Months 3 Other Contract Months Male 5 Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pac if le Islander Hispanic 1 White, Non-Hispanic 4 Mean Age 58 Mean Experience USF 18 Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate 5 Tenured 5 Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Other -All Campuses Fal I 1988 Associate Assistant Instructor 4 3 1 1 3 3 4 2 1 4 3 54 45 43 18 8 3 3 3 1lf2 Lecturer Total 6 19 3 7 3 12 5 16 1 3 1 6 18 43 49 5 11 1 2 4 8 9 8 2 6 9

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Professor HEADCOUNT 5 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months 5 Other Contract Months Male 5 Female Black, Non-Hispanic American lntJian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 5 Mean Age 47 Mean Experience USF 5 Bachelors Masters Professional 1 Doctorate 4 TenuretJ 4 Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Florida Mental Health Institute Fat I 1988 Associate Assistant Instructor 8 16 6 8 16 6 6 10 3 2 6 3 2 8 13 5 50 40 39 5 4 3 1 4 6 1 1 6 11 2 4 12 2 4 6 Lecturer Total 35 35 24 11 3 31 43 4 11 3 2 1 6 17 12 143

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Professor HEADCOUNT 69 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months 69 Other Contract Months Male 66 Female 3 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander 3 Hispanic 2 White, Non-Hispanic 64 Mean Age 54 Mean Experience USF 10 Bachelors Masters Professional 47 Doctorate 22 Tenured 54 Tenure-Track f3 Non-Tenure Track 2 Not Applicallle The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Medicine Fal I 1988 Associate Assistant Instructor 56 69 9 56 69 9 51 51 6 5 18 3 2 4 1 2 52 62 8 44 37 38 9 3 2 1 4 28 50 7 27 15 2 40 1 10 26 6 42 9 LectureF Total 203 203 174 29 3 9 5 186 45 7 5 132 66 95 49 59

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Professor HEAOCOUNT 8 9 Contract Months 2 12 Contract Months 6 Other Contract Months Male Female 8 Black, Non-Hispanic Amer I can Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 8 Mean Age 61 Mean Experience USF 12 Bachelor s Masters Professional Doctorate 8 Tenured 8 Tenure-Trac k Non-Tenure Trac k Not Ap Ii cab I e The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Nursing -All Campuses Fa 11 1988 Associate Assistant Instructor 9 6 7 2 7 6 7 9 6 7 I 8 4 7 50 45 44 8 3 5 3 4 7 6 2 5 3 2 I 4 7 Lecturer Total 30 4 26 30 2 I 27 50 7 14 16 13 5 12 145

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Profeaaor HEADCOUNT 5 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months 5 Other Contract Months Male 5 Female Black, Non -Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic Whi ta, Non -Hispanic 5 Mean Age 53 Mean Experience USF 4 Bachelors Masters Professional 3 Doctorate 2 Tenured 3 Tenure-Track 2 Non-Tenure Track Not Appl icaole The Univer5ity of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Public Health -All Campuaes Fal I 1988 Associate Aaatatant lnatructor 10 13 10 13 8 8 2 5 2 2 9 9 44 40 3 3 1 9 12 1 9 11 2 146 Lecturer Total 28 28 21 7 3 2 23 44 3 1 4 23 4 22 2

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Professor HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age 54 Mean Experienc e USF 4 Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Trac k Not App I i cab I e Based on campus of main pay account The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Associate 6 6 3 3 5 51 8 6 4 2 Ft. Myers Fall 1988 Assistant 3 3 2 1 3 51 9 2 1 2 Instructor NOTE: Include:; fdculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes tl1eir visiting relace111ent5 Lecturer Total 10 10 6 4 9 51 8 9 5 5 147

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HEADCOUNT 9 Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Appl lcable Profeaaor 61 27 Based on campus of main pay account The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Asaociate Lakeland Fall 1988 Aaatatant 45 Instructor NOTE: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements 148 Lecturer Total 2 2 53 14 2

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Professor HEAOCOUNT 16 9 Contract Months 16 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male 14 Female 2 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 15 Mean Age 56 Mean Experience USF 12 Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate 16 Tenured 15 Tenure-Track 1 Non-Tenure Track Not Appl I cable Based.on campus of main pay account The Un1vera1ty of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Sarasota/New College Fall 1988 Associate Assistant Instructor 21 10 2 21 10 2 14 8 2 7 2 2 19 10 2 45 38 33 11 3 2 2 2 19 8 21 1 8 1 2 NOTE: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical anu excludes their visiting replacements Lecturer Total 4 53 3 52 l l 3 41 12 1 1 3 3 49 59 48 B 9 I 1 2 8 44 37 9 4 7 149

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Professor HEADCOUNT 15 9 Contract Months 15 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male 12 female 3 Black. Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian. Pacific Islander Hispanic Whl te Non-Hispanic 15 Mean Age 51 Mean Experience USF 15 Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate 14 Tenureel 14 Tenure-Track 1 Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable Baseel on campus of main pay account The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY St. Petersburg Fal I 1988 Associate Assistant Instructor 14 5 4 14 5 2 2 12 1 1 2 4 3 13 5 4 50 48 46 14 6 7 1 3 2 3 I 10 3 13 1 1 3 1 4 NOTE; lnclucJes taculty on leave or sabbatical ancJ exclueles their visiting replacements 150 Lecturer Total 3 41 2 38 1 3 3 29 12 3 4D 59 51 10 13 1 10 1 2 29 28 5 3 B

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Professor HEADCOUNT 422 9 Contract Months 292 12 Contract Months 130 Other Contract Months Male 381 Female 41 Black, Non-Hispanic 3 American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander 22 Hispanic 6 Whl te, Non -Hispanic 391 Mean Age 54 Mean Experience USF 15 Bachelors 5 Masters 28 Professional 52 Doctorate 337 Tenured 393 Tenure-Track 22 Non-Tenure Track 7 Not Appl !cable Based on campus of main pay account NOTE: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Tampa Fall 1988 Associate Assistant Instructor 367 242 68 266 136 37 101 106 31 274 169 29 93 73 39 19 11 2 9 17 8 6 331 208 66 47 39 42 11 4 4 6 1 5 37 4' 48 33 52 8 291 142 7 293 16 60 152 14 74 68 and excludes their visiting replacements Lecturer Total 26 1. 125 19 750 7 375 19 872 7 253 36 48 1 21 24 1 ,020 50 47 7 11 1 18 20 180 145 5 762 702 234 26 189 151

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The Untverstty South Florida PART-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University Fall 1988 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer HEADCOUNT 40 39 90 20 9 Contract Months 5 3 4 2 12 Contract Months 35 36 86 18 Other Contrac t Months Male 39 35 67 8 Female 1 4 23 12 Black, Non H ispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander 2 5 7 Htspantc 2 5 Whl te, Non -Hispanic 38 32 77 19 Mean Age 54 45 39 39 Mean Experience USF 8 6 3 2 Bachelors 1 4 Masters I 5 8 Professional 31 32 68 5 Doctorate 7 7 17 3 Tenured 23 11 Tenure-Track 11 22 56 Non-Tenure Track 6 6 33 20 Not Applicable 1 NOTE: Instructional faculty= Faculty positions with class codes which reflect a major assignment of instruction, including release time for researc h Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and ecludes their visiting replacements 2 2 2 52 11 2 152 Total 191 16 175 150 41 2 14 7 168 44 5 6 15 136 34 34 89 67

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TOTAL UNIVERSITY Architecture Arts & Letters Business Education Engineering Fine Arts Natural Science New College Social Science Other FMHI Medicine Nursing Pub I le Hea I th Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota/New College St. Petersburg Tampa Professor Headcount FTE 40 14. 18 0.63 0 .50 0 .75 0 .45 0 .50 35 11. 35 0 .45 39 13.73 Associate Headcount FTE 39 15.58 0 .50 0 .38 0 .66 35 13.91 0. 13 39 15.58 The University of South Florida PART-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University, continued Fall 1988 Assistant Headcount FTE Instructor Headcount FTE 90 32.24 20 8 .85 0.68 0 .50 0 .70 4 2. 18 6 3 .59 6 2 .90 78 25.97 9 3 .27 2 0.50 2 0 .80 90 32. 24 20 8 .85 Lecturer Headcount FTE 2 0.95 0.20 0 .75 2 0 .95 Total Headcount FTE 191 71. 80 0.68 3 1 63 0 .38 0 .70 2 0 .70 7 4 .34 0 .45 0 .50 12 6.49 157 54.50 5 1 43 0.45 190 71. 35 153

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Exec/Admin Managerial HEADCOUNT Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF President's Area Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs Student Affairs University Relations Development/Alumni Affairs Other Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa 94 66 28 6 2 86 50 9 90 2 2 3 5 4 3 79 Faculty 5 3 2 5 39 4 5 4 Includes al I Colleges, Regional Campuses, and FMHI Jncluues lntercol l e giat e Athletics The University of South Florida FULL-TIME NONINSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University fall 1988 Professional Non-faculty Secretarial/ Clerical 181 82 99 15 17 8 141 38 4 177 4 I I 168 Technical/ Paraprof Skilled Craf ta Service Maintenance 154 Total 280 151 129 21 17 10 232 42 6 272 6 2 4 5 5 15 251

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Architecture Arts & Letters Business Education Engineering Fine Arts Natural Science New Co 11 ege Social Science Other FMHI Medicine Nursing Public Hea I th Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa Exec/Admln Managerial 4 5 8 10 3 5 2 3 36 3 6 2 3 3 5 4 3 75 Faculty 2 3 I 4 The University of South Florida FULL-TIME NON-INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Academic Affairs Area Fall 1988 Professional Non-Faculty Secretarial/ Clerical 2 1 8 28 20 5 14 2 24 4 54 1 14 1 11 164 Technical/ Paraprof Other includes CEU, BIS, Undergraduate Studies, Ed Resources, and administrative offices Sk 111 ed Crafts Service Maintenance Total 2 5 13 36 30 8 21 2 5 60 7 63 3 17 4 5 5 15 243 155

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Exec/Admin Managerial HEADCOUNT Male female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USf President's Area Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs Student Affairs University Relations Development/Alumni Affairs Other ft. Myers Lahdland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa 5 4 I 5 52 2 5 5 Faculty Includes al I Colleges. Regional Campuses, and fMHI Includes Intercollegiate Athletics The University of South Florida PART-TIME NON-INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University fall 1988 Profe&sional Non-faculty Secretarial/ Clerical 17 9 8 I 3 13 45 5 16 17 Technical/ Paraprof Skilled Crafts Service Maintenance 156 Total 22 13 9 l 3 18 47 4 21 22

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Librarian HEADCOUNT 25 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months 25 Other Contract Months Male 8 Female 17 Black, Non-Hispanic 2 American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 22 Mean Age 48 Mean Eperience USF 14 Bachelors Masters 24 Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track 25 Not Applicable The University of South Florida Associate 16 16 4 12 14 43 7 15 16 LIBRARIANS Total University Fall 1988 Assistant 7 7 2 5 1 6 43 5 3 4 7 Instructor 3 3 1 2 3 45 5 3 3 Lecturer Total 51 51 15 36 3 1 2 45 46 10 3 46 2 51 157

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Protes&or HEADCOUNT 10 9 Contract Months 1 12 Contract Months 1 Other Contract Months 8 Male 9 Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Ina Ian Asian, Paclf ic Islander Hispanic 1 White, Non -Hispanic 9 Mean Age 60 Mean Experience USF 3 Bachelors Masters 4 Professional 1 Doctorate 5 Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track 10 Not Applicable The University of South Florida Associate 3 3 2 3 54 2 2 3 ADJUNCT FACULTY Total University Fall 1988 A&&lstant 22 22 16 6 4 1 17 38 3 5 2 12 22 Instructor 191 10 181 107 84 5 1 12 173 44 36 116 4 35 191 158 Lecturer Total 126 352 11 126 340 76 210 50 142 5 10 1 6 2 16 118 320 44 44 21 60 76 202 6 13 23 77 126 352

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TOTAL UNIVERSITY Architecture Arts & Letters Business Education Engineering fine Arts Natural Science New Co I I age Social Science Other FMHI Medicine Nursing Pub I I c Hea I th ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota/Ne w Co I I ege st. Petersburg Tampa Professor Headcount FTE 10 5.32 0 .30 2 l .50 0.20 0.50 2 1. 72 2 0.50 0.60 2 I 72 8 3.60 Alisoc1ate Headcount FTE 3 I .68 0 18 0.50 I .00 0 18 2 I. 50 The Un1vers1ty of South Florida ADJUNCT FACULTY Total Un1vers1ty, continued Fall 1988 Assistant Headcount FTE Instructor Headcount FTE 22 8.76 191 49.34 4 1. 20 6 3.04 19 8.66 0. 18 30 1 10 68 15.55 o 13 8 2 .42 3 0.66 17 4. 14 3 2.75 3 1 08 4 0.80 15 5.38 30 4 .51 0 .50 8 2 10 3 I 08 0 18 11 2 21 2 1 8 .58 169 43.95 Lecturer Headcount FTE 126 30.02 31 8.69 19 4 14 17 3 .58 15 2.79 0. 18 o 18 2 1 18 27 6 .78 13 2.50 5 1.02 6 1 .30 30 6 .47 23 5 .48 62 15 75 Total Headcount f TE 352 95. 12 5 1 5 0 56 20.39 53 13. 10 85 19. 1 3 25 5 .54 22 5 .48 5 3 .43 1 3 .98 48 13 .46 45 8 61 0.50 13 3 I 2 6 1 30 35 9.27 36 8.05 262 73.38 159

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Research Associate HEADCOUNT 22 9 Contract Months 13 12 Contract Months 5 Other Contract Months 4 Male 11 female 1 f Black, Non -Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander 6 Hispanic Whl te, Non -Hispanic 16 Mean Age 32 Mean Experience USF 2 Bachelors 22 Masters Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable 22 The University of South Florida GRADUATE ASSISTANTS Research Assistant 186 130 13 43 124 62 4 30 6 146 29 185 I 186 Total University fal I 1988 Teaching Associate 22 19 3 14 8 4 17 32 2 22 22 Teaching Assistant 371 309 2 60 205 166 17 49 16 289 30 362 9 371 160 Graduate Assistant Total 113 714 82 553 7 27 24 134 52 406 61 308 4 26 11 100 8 30 90 558 30 30 112 703 1 11 113 714

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TOTAL UNIVERSITY Architecture Arts & Letters Business Education Engineering Fine Arts Natural Science New Co I I ege Social Science Other FMHI Medicine Nursing Public Hea I th Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota/New Co I I ege St. Petersburg Tampa Research Associate Headcount FTE 22 11 .00 6 3.00 8 4 .00 3 1 .50 0 .50 0 .50 3 1. 50 22 11. 00 Research Assistant Headcount FTE 186 92. 47 3 1. 50 20 9.75 50 26.39 0 25 53 26.43 22 9 .35 2 1 .00 9 5.50 8 3.80 3 1 .00 15 7.50 17 9 5 0 169 82. 9 7 The University of South Florida GRADUATE ASSISTANTS Total University, continued Fal I 1988 Teaching Associate Headcount FTE Teaching Assistant Headcount FTE 22 11. 20 371 182.45 0.50 98 46.88 2 1 .00 21 10.50 2 1 .00 43 22.20 4 2.20 43 21. 41 10 3.58 6 3.00 106 52.75 6 3.00 41 20.75 0 .50 5 2 .38 0 .50 2 1. 00 0 .50 0 .50 0 .50 0.50 0.38 2 1 .00 3 2.00 18 9.20 366 179.57 Graduate Assistant Headcount FTE 113 55.50 5 2.50 9 4 .50 13 6 .25 14 7.25 5 1 75 7 3.50 29 13.75 13 6.50 1 .00 17 8 .50 113 55.50 Total Headcount FTE 714 352.62 107 51 38 58 28.75 58 29.45 119 61 25 16 5 .58 175 87. 18 99 47.35 21 10 .38 12 7 .50 27 13.30 4 I 50 18 9.00 2 1 00 2 0 .88 2 1. 00 20 11. 50 688 338. 2 4 161

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Exec/Admln Managerial HEADCOUNT Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF President's Area Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs Student Affairs Unlversitv Relations Development/Alumni Affairs Other Ft. Mvers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa 195 111 84 13 1 8 173 42 8 7 77 43 52 6 10 3 2 7 5 178 Facultv Includes al I Colleges. Regional Campuses, and FMHI Includes Intercollegiate Athletics The University of South Florida FULL-TIME A P EMPLOYEES Total Unlversitv Fall 1988 Professional Non-Facultv Secretarial/ Clerical 38 26 12 2 1 1 34 37 4 1 5 13 19 37 Technical/ Paraprof Ski 1 led Craft& Service Maintenance 162 Total 233 137 96 15 2 9 207 41 7 8 62 56 71 6 10 3 2 8 5 215

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Architecture Arts & Letters Business Education Engineering fine Arts Natural Science New Co 11 ege Socia I Science Other FMHI Medicine Nursing Public Hea I th ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota st. Petersburg Tampa Exec/Admin Managerial 1 2 1 2 62 6 2 3 2 7 5 60 faculty The Universtty of South Florida FULL-TIME A & P EMPLOYEES Academic Affairs Area fal I 1988 Profeaaional Non-faculty Secretarial/ Clerical 4 4 Technlca II Paraprof Ski I led Crafts Service Maintenance Total I 2 I 2 66 7 2 3 2 8 5 64 163

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E11ec/Admln Managerial Faculty HEAOCOUNT Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, PacH ic Islander Hispanic Whl te, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean E11perience USF President's Area Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs Student Affairs University Relations Development/Alumni Affairs Other Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa Includes al I C o I I eyes. Regional Campuses, and Includes Intercollegiate Athletic s 164 The University of South Florida FULL-TIME SUPPORT PERSONNEL Total University Fat I 1988 Professional_. Secretarial/ Technica II Skilled Service Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof Crafts Maintenance Total 576 933 298 136 444 2,387 208 71 134 131 251 795 368 862 164 5 193 1 ,592 67 128 39 16 277 527 11 11 9 2 2 35 30 50 20 6 17 123 468 744 230 112 148 I, 702 41 42 39 45 44 42 7 6 6 7 7 6 2 8 10 361 621 233 50 161 I, 426 156 160 55 69 212 652 47 121 8 17 71 264 5 8 I 14 5 14 20 3 10 13 3 4 10 31 11 13 32 97 9 19 6 10 29 73 554 870 280 113 383 2,200

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The University of South Florida FULL-TIME SUPPORT PERSONNEL Academic Affairs Area Fall 1988 Exec/Admln Professional Secretarial/ Technical/ Ski 1 led Service Managerial Faculty Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof Crafts Maintenance Total Architecture 2 2 Arts & Letters 1 20 22 Buslneas 3 21 24 Education 4 40 44 Engineering 6 21 9 37 Fine Arts 13 16 2 31 Natural Science 14 29 9 3 55 New College 2 9 12 Social Science 5 33 38 Other 105 267 165 39 106 682 FMHI 172 62 16 7 55 312 Medicine 31 78 28 137 Nursing 3 10 13 Pub 1 I c Heal th 2 13 2 17 Ft. Myers 3 10 13 Lakeland 3 4 Sarasota 10 29 11 13 32 95 St. Petersburg 8 17 6 10 29 70 Tampa 340 562 215 27 100 1. 244 165 Other lnclud"s Acad.,mic Affairs, Support Units, anu Institutes

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HEADCOUNT Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experienc e USF President' s Area Exec/Admin Managerial Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs Student Affairs University Relations Development/Alumni Affairs Other Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa Faculty Include s all Colleues, Reg ional Campuses, and FMHI Incluues Athletic s The University of South Florida PART TIME SUPPORT PERSONNEL Total University Fal I 1988 Professional Non-Faculty 7 2 5 7 38 5 6 7 Secretarial/ Clerical 56 3 53 4 1 4 47 44 4 40 10 6 1 4 50 Technical/ Paraprof 7 1 6 1 6 32 4 5 1 1 7 Skilled Craft a Service Maintenance 7 4 3 4 3 51 5 3 3 1 1 5 166 Total 77 10 67 8 I 5 63 43 4 54 14 9 2 5 69

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Architecture Arts L Letters Buslneaa Education Engineering Fine Arts Natural Science Ne College Social Science FMHI Medicine Nursing Put>llc Health Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa E11ec/Ad111ln Manager I al Faculty The University of South Florida PART-TIME SUPPORT PERSONNEL Acadelc Affairs Area Fall 1988 Professional Hon-Faculty 2 3 6 Secretarial/ Clerical 2 1 5 7 15 6 2 4 34 Technical/ Paraprof 5 5 Other Includes Academic Affairs. Support Units, and Institutes Sk 11 led Crafts Service Maintenance 3 Total l 1 2 5 7 25 3 7 2 2 5 46 167

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168 The University of South Florlcia EMPLOYEE HEADCOUNT Total Untveralty Fal I 1988 Partttme Eaec/ Prof Clerk/ Servi Fulltt111e Parttle F.T.E. Male Female Adm/Man Faculty Non-Fae Tech Ma Int Stucient Total TOTAL UNIVERSITY 4,654 3,765 572.35 4,256 4, 163 394 I, 775 1,988 2,078 451 1,733 8,419 Admln & Prof 233 6 3.66 138 IOI 200 39 239 Univ Support Pers 2,387 77 41. 13 805 1,659 583 1,430 451 2,464 Facul tv I, 511 213 82.75 I, 263 461 129 1 ,397 198 I, 724 Librarians 48 3 I. 75 15 36 3 47 51 Adjunct a 10 342 85. 12 210 142 351 352 Graci Assistants 11 703 341.62 406 308 714 714 Univ Support /OPS 648 1.00 225 423 648 648 Other 453 88 12.82 366 175 61 26 407 47 541 Subtotal 4,653 2,080 569.85 3,428 3,305 394 1,775 1 ,988 2,078 451 47 6,733 Stucient Assistants I ,306 2.50 682 625 I ,307 I, 307 c w s p 379 146 233 379 379 Subtotal 1,685 2.50 828 858 1,686 I ,686 Groll f.,l lows, Non -SolarlecJ Aeljuncts, Pa1-1lc.:iants anLI Houstistaff

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Budget Entity Salary Education & General* 112,731,366 Auxiliary Enterprises 12,506,680 Contracts & Grants 28,619,998 Health Sciences Center 32,231,381 Student Activities Intercollegiate Athletics 997 ,664 Concessions Student Financial Aid University Total $187,087,089 *FMIH included SOURCE: 1988-89 Operating Budget lbe University of South Florida OPERATING BUDGET 1988-89 OPS Expense oco 7,596,378 20,307,454 1,113,199 2,040,740 21,070,452 3,278,651 24,888,000 26,980,000 8,047,000 2,009,507 6,373,351 494,392 549,300 913,453 44,100 211,914 1,821,387 5,090 259,666 1,080 11,326,600 $37,300,929 $89,052,363 $12,978,422 Spec. Cat. & % of Debt Svcs. Total Total 6,981,527 148,729,924 42.6 684,649 39,581,172 11.3 3,120,000 91,654,998 26.3 11,473,033 52,581,664 15.1 1,506,853 .4 3,030,965 .9 265,836 .1 147,838 11,474,438 3.3 $ 22,407,047 $ 348,825,850 100.0 171

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Education & General $148' 729' 924 !he Univeraity of South Florida OPERATING BUDGET BY BUDGET EN'l'ITY 1988-89 Contract & Grant $91,654,998 NOTE1 Other includes Financial Aid, Conce11ions, Student Activities and Intercollegiate Activities SOURCE1 Operating Budget, Exhibit B Auxiliary $39 ,581,172 Other $16,278,092 Health Sciencea Center $52,581,664 172

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Budget Entity Education & General* Health Sciences Center Auxiliary Enterprises Contracts & Grants Intercollegiate Athletics Total *Fl-fill included The University of South Florida SUMMARY OF AUTHORIZED MANYEAR POSITIONS By Budget Entity 1988-89 Faculty A&P 1,142.88 138.24 311.08 19.41 16.88 77.05 241.81 26.16 1.00 22.52 1,713.65 283.38 SOURCE: 1988-89 Operating Budget, Schedule III Support Personnel Total 1,635.25 2,916.37 389.21 719.70 473.45 567.38 306.13 574.10 13.00 36.52 2,817.04 4,814.07 173

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REVENUES BY SOURCE Student Tuition and Fees State Appropriations Grants, Contracts and Gifts-Govt. Grants, Contracts and Gifts-Private Sales and Services o f Edu. Act. Other Auxiliary Total SOURCE: USF Financial Rep orts 1 987-88 $ 31,356,715 157,662,305 28,227,013 13,373,866 6,852,396 4,841,381 22,078,426 $264,392,102 The University of South Florida SOURCES AND USES OF CURREN'r FUNDS 1987-88 EXPENDilURES BY FUNCTION 11.86% 59.63 10.68 5.06 2.59 1.83 8.35 100.00% Instruction Research Public Service Academic Support Libraries Student Services Institutional Support Operation & Maintenance Scholarships & Fellowships Mandatory Transfers Auxiliary $ 98,542,380 18,546,042 15,472,665 26,842,928 6,386,586 6,788,721 38,553,146 18,208,737 8,443,373 1,005,069 21,446,280 $260,235,927 174 37 .87% 7.13 5.95 10.31 2.45 2.61 14.81 7.00 3.24 0.39 8.24 100.00%

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ALLOCATIONS Total Effective Appropriations Education (DOE) Higher Education SUS (Division of Universities) General Revenue Trust Lottery USF *General Revenue (Expressed in millions) SOURCE: 1988 Florida's Fiscal Analysis in Brief USF Operating Budget The University of South Florida STATE APPROPRIATIONS FOR EDUCATION 1988-89 AMOUNT* 1987 1988 $ 8,626.7 $ 9,508.7 5,113.0 5,568.0 1,288.8 1,422.0 1,077.l 1,185.2 867.l 959.l 210.0 203.9 22.2 183.8 201.3 % of STATE APPROPRIATIONS 1987 1988 59.3 % 58.6 % 14.9 15.0 12.5 12.5 2.1 2.1 175

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Tiie University of South Florida STUDENT FEE RAl'ES* Ft. Hyers and Lakeland Campuses 1988-89 FORT HYERS -SEMESTER -CREDIT HOUR FEE BREAKDOWN Lower Upper Level Level Matriculation Fee $ 23.11 $ 23. 77 Building Fee 2.32 2.32 Capital Improvement Fee 2.44 2.44 Activity & Service Fee 6.00 6.00 Student Financial Aid Fee 1.16 1.19 Athletic Fee ___.:!.! .66 Total for Florida Resident $ 35.69 $ 36.38 Additional for Non-Florida Resident $ 82.95 $ 87.15 Total for Non-Florida Resident $118.64 $123.53 LAKELAND -SEMESTER -CREDIT HOUR FEE BREAKDOWN Lower Level Matriculation Fee $ 23.11 Building Fee 2.32 Capital Improvement Fee 2.44 Activity & Service Fee 4.00 Student Financial Aid Fee 1.16 Athletic Fee ___.:!.! Total for Florida Resident $ 33.69 Additional for Non-Florida Resident $ 82.95 Total for Non-Florida Resident $116.64 Other Required Fees: Application Fee (one-time only) $15.00 *Fees are established by the Board of Regents as approved by the State Legislature NOTE: A fulltime load per term is 15 credit hours for undergraduates and 12 credit hours for graduates SOURCE: Finance and Accounting Upper Level $ 23. 77 2.32 2.44 4.00 1.19 .66 $ 34.38 $ 87.15 $121.53 176 lbesis/ Graduate Dissertation $ 49.76 $ 49.76 2.32 2.32 2.44 2.44 6.00 6.00 2.49 2.49 .66 .66 $ 63.67 $ 63.67 $124.95 $124.95 $188.62 $188.62 lbesis/ Graduate Dissertation $ 49.76 $ 49.76 2.32 2.32 2.44 2.44 4.00 4.00 2.49 2.49 .66 .66 $ 61.67 $ 61.67 $124.95 $124.95 $186.62 $186.62

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The University of South Florida STIIDENT FEE RAl'ES* Sarasota and St. Petersburg Campuses 1988-89 SARASOTA -SEMESTER -CREDIT HOUR FEE BREAKDOWN Lower Upper Level Level Matriculation Fee $ 23.11 $ 23. 77 Building Fee 2.32 2.32 Capital Improvement Fee 2.44 2.44 Activity & Service Fee 6.30 6.30 Health Fee -Included in Fall/Spring only 1.00 1.00 Student Financial Aid Fee 1.16 1.19 Athletic Fee .66 .66 Total for Florida Resident $ 36.99 $ 37.68 Additional for Non-Florida Resident $ 82.95 $ 87.15 Total for Non-Florida Resident $119.94 $124.83 ST. PETERSBURG -SEMESTER -CREDIT HOUR FEE BREAKDOWN Lower Level Matriculation Fee $ 23.11 Building Fee 2.32 Capital Improvement Fee 2.44 Activity & Service Fee 6.50 Student Financial Aid Fee 1.16 Athletic Fee .66 Total for Florida Resident $ 36.19 Additional for Non-Florida Resident $ 82.95 Total for Non-Florida Resident $119.14 Other Required Fees: Application Fee (one-time only) -$15.00 *Fees are established by the Board of Regents as approved by the State Legislature NOTE: A fulltime load per term is 15 credit hours for undergraduates and 12 credit hours for graduates SOURCE: Finance and Accounting Upper Level $ 23. 77 2.32 2.44 6.50 1.19 .66 $ 36.88 $ 87.15 $124.03 Thesis/ Graduate Dissertation $ 49.76 $ 49.76 2.32 2.32 2.44 2.44 6.30 6.30 1.00 1.00 2.49 2.49 .66 .66 $ 64.97 $ 64.97 $124.95 $124.95 $189.92 $189.92 Thesis/ Graduate Dissertation $ 49.76 $ 49.76 2.32 2.32 2.44 2.44 6.50 6.50 2.49 2.49 .66 .66 $ 64.17 $ 64.17 $124.95 $124.95 $189.12 $189.12 177

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The University of South Florida snJDEN'I FEE RATES* Tampa Campus 1988-89 SEMESTER -CREDIT HOUR FEE BRf:AJCinlN Matriculation Fee Building Fee Capital Improvement Fee Activity & Service Fee Student Financial Aid Fee Athletic Fee Health Fee Total for Florida Resident Additional for Non-Florida Resident Total for Non-Florida Resident Lower Level $ 23.11 2.32 2.44 4.33 1.16 3.02 2.92 39.30 $ 82.95 $122.25 Other Required Fees: Application Fee (one-time only) $15.00 *Fees are established by the Board of Regents as approved by the State Legislature NOTE: A fulltime load per term is 15 credit hours for undergraduates and 12 credit hours for graduates SOURCE: Finance and Accounting Upper Level $ 23.77 2.32 2.44 4.33 1.19 3.02 2.92 $ 39.99 $ 87.15 $127.14 178 Thesis/ Graduate Dissertation $ 49.76 $ 49.76 2.32 2.32 2.44 2.44 4.33 4.33 2.49 2.49 3.02 3.02 2.92 2.92 $67.28 $ 67.28 $124.95 $124.95 $192.23 $192.23

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Matriculation Fee Building Fee Capital Improvement Fee Activity & Service Fee Student Financial Aid Fee Athletic Fee Health Fee The University of South Florida STUDENT FEE RADS* College of Medicine 1988-89 SEMESTER FEE BREAKDOWN Total Semester Fee for Florida Resident: Additional for Non-Florida Resident: Out-of-State Tuition Fee Student Financial Aid Fee lotal Semester Fee for Non-Florida Resident: Other Required Fee: Application Fee (One-Time only) $15.00 *Fees are established by the Board of Regents as approved by the State Legislature SOURCE: Finance and Accounting $ 2,000.00 46.40 48.80 69.63 100.00 48.52 46.85 $ 2,360.20 $ 3,190.00 159.50 $ 5,709.70 179

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Sources of Revenue Cash Forward Fees Sales and Services Interest Overhead Assessments Transfers In Total Activities Working Capital Auxiliaries Extension Incidental The University of South Florida AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES BUDGET Activity and Source of Funds 1988-89 Dormitory Revenue Cert. Transfers Out Year End Cash Total SOURCE: 1988-89 Operating Budget, Schedule I-B Amount $11,841,146 9,042 32,459,584 348,541 4,629,099 8,930,770 $58,218,182 $ 2,189,111 33,769,344 2,672,717 950,000 8,353,433 10,283,577 $58,218,182 180

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The University of South Florida CONTRACTS and GRANTS Sources of Funding 1987-88 Federal Government Department of Defense Engineering & Industrial Experiment Station Environmental Protection Agency Federal Trade CoDDission Institute of Museum Services NASA National Institute of Health National Science Foundation Solar Energy Research Insitute U.S. Department of Agriculture U.S. Department of Commerce U.S. Department of Education U.S. Department of Energy U.S. Department of Health, Education & Human Services U.S. Department of Justice U.S. Department of Transportation U.S. Peace Corps U.S. Public Health Services U.S. Small Business Administration U.S. Veteran's Administration Other State/Local Government Florida Counties, Cities, etc. Florida--Local Government Private Foundations Private Sources Other Total SOURCE: Division of Sponsored Research 1987-88 Annual Report Amount $13,895,476 770,572 248,374 340,050 63,402 1,400 735 ,411 5,215,753 1,623,252 299,943 124,000 320,000 2,130,940 150,000 75,000 203,856 7,785 999 1,253,861 38,400 31,364 261,114 14,427,852 14,107,968 319,884 9,054,445 361,495 7,841,604 851,346 $37 ,377 '773 % of Total 37.2 % 38.6 24.2 100.0 % 181

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*Includes Marine Science Tampa Campus Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs Center for Excellence The University of South Florida CONTRACT & GRANT AWARDS Total University 1987-88 Extended Studies/Learning Technologies Florida Center for Urban Design/Research Florida Institute of Oceanography Office of Research and Graduate Studies Student Affairs Undergraduate Studies Arts & Letters Business Administration Education Engineering Fine Arts Natural Sciences New College Social Sciences FMHI Medicine Nursing Public Health Regional Campuses Fort Hyers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Total University **Excludes New College Foundation ($896,324) SOURCE: Divisio n of Sponsored Research 1987-88 Annual Report Amount $ 69,891 12,690 100,000 2,415,997 96,580 582,050 422,642 43,186 154,599 112,436 1,230,834 5,529,535 3,401,922 55,570 5,587,741* ** 1,086,870 2,640,000 11,493,130 224,480 2,007,822 59, 739 999 49,060 $37 ,377. 773 182

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Sport Baseball Basketball Cross Country Golf Riflery Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball The University of South Florida INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS GRAN'rS-IN-AID 1988-89 Hen $ 49,500 110,000 13,500 18,000 9,000 36,000 22,500 Total Intercollegiate Athletics Grants-in-Aid $258,500 SOURCE: 1988-89 USF Intercollegiate Athletic Budget Women $ 49,500 9,000 22,500 40,000 27,000 40,500 $188,500 183

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SOURCES of REVENUE Cash Carried Forward $ Estimated Fees Estimated Operating Revenue Total Sources USES* Student Activities Transfers to other Budgets Agency Budget Subtotal Student Activities Student Affairs Transfers to other Budgets Agency Budget Subtotal Student Affairs Total Uses The University of South Florida ACTIVITY & SERVICE FEE BUDGET 1988-89 Tampa Ft. Hyers Sarasota 589,629 $142,840 $ 91,311 2,278,438 88,654 211,578 401000 51000 1 1 000 2,908,067 236,494 303,889 24,013 338 338 5251136 2171818 285 1 551 549,149 218,156 285,889 1,331,600 2981379 1,629,979 2,179,128 218,156 285,889 *Administrative charges for 1988/89 to be assessed as a percentage of expenditures SOURCE: 1988-89 A & S Operating Budget 184 St. Petersburg Lakeland Total $ 50,313 $ 7,933 $ 882,026 237,591 8,377 2,824,638 201000 661000 307,904 16,310 3,772,664 43,646 68,335 2271258 121310 112681073 270,904 12,310 1,629,979 1,331,600 2981379 1,629,979 270,904 12,310 2,966,387

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Assets Liabilities Fund Balance Unrestricted Contributions Trust Funds Endowed Scholarships Endowed Chairs Total Revenue SOURCE: USF Foundation (figures from audit) The University of South Florida FOUNDATION Financial Report June 30, 1988 1986 $21,719,204 617,634 $21,101,570 792,761 110,519 4,966,183 6,389,260 $12,258,723 1987 1988 $28,722,624 $32,970,965 761,298 1,136,553 $27,961,326 $31,834,412 557,596 603,278 3,909 (135,279) 5,488,647 5,283,609 6,481,325 3,908,591 $12,531,477 $ 9,660,199 185

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Hunter's Green Endowed Chair in Urban Design and Development College of Architecture (to be filled) Sam H. Gibbons Chair in Architecture and Urban Design College of Architecture (search in progress) Hidden River Corporate Park Chair in Business Administration College of Business (to be filled) Jim & Leacy Quinn Chair in Accounting and Taxation College of Business (to be filled) Lykes Chair in Banking and Finance College of Business Dr. James Pappas The University of South Florida ENDOWED CHAIRS 1988-89 Endowed Chair in C<>11puter Science and Engineering College of Engineering (search in progress) Samuel L. & Julia H. Flom Endowed Chair in Civil Engineering College of Engineering (to be filled) Debartolo Endowed Chair in Liberal Arts College of Natural Sciences, Fine Arts, Social & Behavioral Sciences and Arts & Letters Dr. John Patrick Rogers Richard and Patricia Wood Endowed Chair in Natural Sciences College of Natural Sciences (to be filled) St. Petersburg Progress Chair in Marine Science College of Natural Sciences (search in progress) Evelyn Hillis Duvall Endowed Chair in Faily Development College of Social & Behavioral Sciences -Sarasota (to be filled) Southwest Florida Endowed Chair in Nursing College of Nursing -Ft. Hyers (to be filled) 186 Leonard S. Florsheim, Jr. Endowed Chair at New College New College -Sarasota Dr. Robert Baird William G. Marie Selby Chair in Economics New College -Sarasota (to be filled)

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American Heart Association -Suncoast Chapter Endowed Chair in Cardiovascular Surgery Research College of Medicine (search in progress) Andrew & Ann Hines Endowed Chair in Pediatrics -St. Petersburg All Children's Hospital College of Medicine (search in progress) Berry -Shriners Endowed Chair in Pediatrics-Orthopedic Research College of Medicine Dr. Lawrence Rosenberg Cortner/Couch Chair in Cancer Research College of Medicine (search in progress) The University of South Florida ENDOWED CHAIRS, Continued 1988-89 Ed C. Wright Chair in Cardiovascular Research (AHA) College of Medicine Ray A. Olsson Eric Pfeiffer Endowed Chair in Alzheimer's Disease & Other Memory Disorders College of Medicine (search in progress) Harold H. Davis Chair in Cancer Research College of Medicine (to be filled) Jim and Heather Gills Ellinent Scholar for Molecular Biology of Tissue Regeneration College of Medicine (to be filled) Jim and Heather Gills Eminent Scholar for Molecular Biology of Tissue Repair College of Medicine (to be filled) John E. and Aliese Price Chair in Pediatric/Adolescent Medicine College of Medicine (to be filled) Juan Bolivar Endowed Chair for Research in Surgical Oncology College of Medicine (to be filled) Robert & Lee Roskamp Chair in Biological Psychiatry College of Medicine (to be filled) William N. Saunders Endowed Chair in Geriatrics College of Medicine (to be filled) 187

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TOTAL UNIVERSITY Tampa Campus (excluding Medical) Medical Center Florida Mental Health Inst. Cancer Care Center Psychiatric Hospital St. Petersburg Campus Sarasota Campus Polk Joint Use Facility Ft. Myers Campus Ft. Myers WSFP FM/TV Riverview (TV Transmitter) Chinsegut Street Address 4202 Fowler Ave, 12901 N. 30th Street 13301 N. 30th Street 12902 Magnolia Drive 13305 Magnolia Drive 830 First Street, S. 5700 N. Tamiami Trail 3433 Winter Lake Road Cypress Lake Drive Rt. A, Box 73 908 s. 20th Street Rt, 2, Box 216 The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Site Fall 1988 Acquisition City Year Tampa 1958 Tampa 1975 Tampa 1981 Tampa 1985 Tampa 1987 St. Petersburg 1967 Sarasota 1975 Lakeland 1986 Ft. Myers 1978 Punta Gorda 1983 Riverview 1965 Brooksville 1963 *Gross square footage figures are not available for the Psychiatric Hospital Site No. of Bldg, Gross Parking Acreage Buildings Sq. Ft. Spaces 1,898.0 243 5,242,536 14,944 1,443.3 147 3,205,121 10,704 37.0 7 473,865 1,083 39.3 10 358,412 855 20.0 2 366,794 432 10.0 1 -* 22.2 9 283,215 720 106.3 44 364,225 852 10.0 1 19,419 55.1 9 143,801 298 0.1 1 1,651 40.0 1 2, 720 114.7 11 23,313 191

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192 lbe University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING Tampa Campus Fall, 1988 ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING NAME BLDG# PFX SQ Fr SQUARE FEET GSF John & Grace Allen Administration 1 ADH 44,044 22,501 74, 768 Andros Pool Chemical Treatment House 96 ANP 346 400 Andros Office/Classroom 67 AOC 7,804 4,627 14,094 Argos Pool Chemical Treatment House 38 ARP 279 332 Baseball Storage and Dugout 78 BAS 1,050 1,476 Behavioral Sciences Building 98 BEH 19,386 10,292 33,685 Bookstore Receiving Office (Whse #5) 97 BRO 5,620 294 6,000 Chester Howell Ferguson Hall(Business) 119 BSN 59,388 38,996 118,905 Child Care Center 121 CCC 519 576 Chemistry 2 CHE 40,924 27,393 78,027 Chinsegut Unit A 8011 CNA 1,156 1,248 Chinsegut Unit B 8012 CNB 1,156 1,248 Chinsegut Unit c 8013 CNC 1,156 1,248 Chinsegut Unit D 8014 CND 1,156 1,248 Chinsegut Unit E 8015 CNE 1,156 1,248 Chinsegut Unit F 8016 CNF 1,156 1,248 Chinsegut Unit G-Caretaker 8010 CNG 1,156 1,248 Chinsegut Hill Dining Hall 8017 CNH 1,436 1,500 Chinsegut Mansion 8001 CNM 9,561 11,157 Chinsegut Conference Facility 8019 CNN 1,285 1,344 Chinsegut Maintenance Shed 8018 CNO 514 576 Central Plant Electrical Shop 191 CPE 1,157 1,280 Russell M. Cooper Hall(Arts & Letters) 88 CPR 77,282 39,846 129,204 Central Plant 6 CPT 261 18,235 20,225 Central Receiving & Storage 41 CRS 8,429 523 10,452 University Center 4 CTR 70,750 25,121 115,814 Central Duplicating (Whse #1) 65 DUP 4,387 74 4,855 Education 66 EDU 37,060 14,955 59,507 Electrical Metering Substation 126 ELS 77 100 Engineering Teaching Auditorium 45 ENA 3,437 1,188 5,290 Engineering Building II 142 ENB 69,163 33,884 121, 773 Edgar G. Kopp (Engineering) 44 ENG 42,319 29,520 91,251 Engineering Laboratory Building 186 ENL 2,792 321 3,340 Engineering Research 46 ENR 4,590 901 6,043 Engineering Trafler #1 180 ETA 1,226 1,307 Engineering Trailer #2 181 ETB 959 212 1,307 Engineering Trailer #3 182 ETC 959 212 1,307 T.V. Transmission -Riverview 8455 ETV 2,285 163 2, 720 Extended Studies 146 EXS 3,345 152 4,080

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The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING Tampa Campus, continued Fall, 1988 ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING NAME BU>G# PFX SQ FT SQUARE FEET GSF Fine Arts Dance 144 FAD 9,881 5,581 16,988 Fine Arts 10 FAH 61,163 42,409 130,058 Faculty Office Building 86 FAO 25,136 11,881 42,129 USF Fine Art Museum 192 FAM 15,010 1,647 19,209 Fine Arts Studio 193 FAS 5,993 571 8,084 Botanical Gardens Storage 85 GAR 348 400 Golf Cart Garage 92 GCG 3,174 3,296 Golf Clubhouse and Operations 87 GCH 2,883 295 3,228 Golf Course Maintenance Office 83 GCM 602 667 Golf Course Service Building 79 GCS 2,708 1,044 3,840 Golf Course Storage/Warehouse 76 GCW 344 384 Grounds Dept. Equipment Shed 185 GES 2,083 2,106 Greenhouse #1 21 GHA 616 651 Greenhouse #2 95 GHB 616 651 Grounds Dept. Maintenance Shed 93 GMS 673 710 Golf Course Shelter A (4th Tee) 103 GSA 100 115 Golf Course Shelter B (8th Tee) 104 GSB 100 115 Golf Course Shelter (12th Tee) 105 GSC 100 115 Gymnasium 36 GYM 54,885 14,328 89,015 Human Services Building 39 HMS 33,937 27,993 69,759 Hazardous Waste Storage Trailer #1 189 HZA 271 284 Hazardous Waste Storage Trailer #2 190 HZB 271 284 Hazardous Waste Storage -Tampa 118 HZT 494 561 Campus Information Center 89 INF 125 20 261 Library 100 LIB 236,831 46,588 304,141 Life Science 7 LIF 26,418 20,516 53,054 Lifelong Learning 147 LLL 1,765 94 2,328 P.E. Lockers 11 LOK 3,581 904 5,280 Life Science Annex 91 LSA 7,087 1,609 9,963 Observatory 28 OBS 1,654 59 2,022 Physical Plant Operations Administration 42 OPM 8,477 1,496 10,915 P.E. Classrooms 37 PED 11,493 6,027 20,329 P.E. Grounds Building 125 PEG 1,130 1,200 P.E. Restroom 99 PER 93 250 480 P.E. Storage (Softball) 77 PES 846 920 P.E. Tennis Storage 127 PET 85 120 Math/Physics 25 PHY 48,514 21,647 80,285 Maintenance and Service Shops 9 PPA 11, 723 433 13,261 193

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194 The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING Tampa Campus, continued Fall, 1988 ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING NAME BLDG# PFX SQ FT SQUARE FEET CSF Grounds and Transportation 43 PPB 6,099 39 6,430 Maintenance and Service Shops Addition 84 PPC 15,801 510 17,362 Transportation Inspection and Storage 26 PPD 3,090 3,200 Physical Plant -Utilities 112 PPE 824 864 Parking Services Building 188 PSB 2,435 486 3,051 Post Office Trailer 128 PTR 683 700 Argos D 23 RAD 3,393 5,600 Alpha Hall 8 RAL 47,590 15,363 79,390 Andros Core 64 RAN 28,443 4,406 46,461 Argos Center 22 RAR 26,657 3,475 51,866 Beta Hall 19 RBE 43,621 14,155 72,265 Delta Hall 29 ROE 31,656 6,126 42,849 Epsilon Hall 30 REP 31,496 6,286 42,849 Eta Hall 33 RET 10,574 1,802 14,118 Gamma Hall 24 RGA 51,089 15,481 78,350 Iota Hall 57 RIO 14,931 3,993 21,868 Riverfront Restroom Facilities 90 RIV 93 250 480 Kappa Hall 58 RKA 30,542 8,002 44,535 Lambda Hall 59 RLA 9,918 2,698 14,578 Hu Hall 60 RHU 30,542 8,002 44,535 R.I. Quarters A 31 RQA 1,090 252 1,587 R. I. Quarters B 34 RQB 1,090 252 1,587 R.I. Quarters C 35 RQC 1,676 346 2,384 R. I. Quarters D 61 RQD 1,054 252 1,586 R. I. Quarters E 62 RQE 1,054 252 1,586 R.I. Quarters F 63 RQF 1,054 252 1,586 Theta Hall 56 RTH 9,454 2,804 14,578 Zeta Hall 32 RZE 11,564 1,870 14,118 Small Business Dev. Trailer 187 SBD 1,133 189 1,440 Science Center 75 SCA 61,100 22,225 91,821 Social Science Building 81 soc 69,428 32,992 111,613 Stadium 143 STA 13,890 8,973 24,983 SUNOOHE 120 SUN 134,682 50,141 193,843 Student Services 3 SVC 85,662 34,708 137 ,136 Sewage Pumping Station #1 16 SWA 398 458 Sewage Pumping Station #2 14 SWB 160 206 Theatre Center 82 TAR 21,673 7,713 33,998 Theatre I 5 TAT 17,890 3,208 23,883 Textbook Center (Warehouse #4) 94 TBC 4,850 5,000 Theatre II 145 THR 6,363 8,891 17,348

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The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING Tampa Campus, continued Fall, 1988 ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING NAME BLDG# PFX SQ FT SQUARE FEET GSF Chemical Treatment Station 17 TRT 562 662 University Lecture Hall 40 ULH 4,124 350 5,237 University Police Building 12 UPB 3,157 699 4,382 University Police-Storage Trailer 183 UPS 629 706 Village -Building 27 176 VAA 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 28 177 VAB 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 29 178 VAC 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 30 179 VAD 2,418 2,880 Student Housing Administration Bldg. 148 VIA 3,026 3,496 Student Housing Bath House 149 VIB 357 386 Village -Building 1 150 VLA 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 2 151 VLB 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 3 152 VLC 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 4 153 VLD 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 5 154 VLE 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 6 155 VLF 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 7 156 VLG 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 8 157 VLH 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 9 158 VLI 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 10 159 vu 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 11 160 VLK 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 12 161 VLL 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 13 162 VLM 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 14 163 VLN 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 15 164 VLO 2,418 2,880 Village -Buildinq 16 165 VLP 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 17 166 VLQ 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 18 167 VLR 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 19 168 VLS 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 20 169 VLT 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 21 170 VLU 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 22 171 VLV 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 23 172 VLW 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 24 173 VUC 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 25 174 VLY 2,418 2,880 Village -Building 26 175 VLZ 2,418 2,880 Village Maintenance Storage Shed 184 VMS 543 576 Warehouse #2 74 WHB 3,904 4,160 Warehouse #3 80 WHC 13,653 14,200 Warehouse #6 137 WHD 10,195 30 10,400 Well House Well #2 15 WLH 180 218 195

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196 The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING Fall, 1988 Health Sciences* ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING NAM! BLDG# PFX SQ FT SQUARE FEET GSF H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Ctr/Rsch. Institute 138 CCD 198,988 121,363 362,000 Cancer Care Mechanical Building 139 CCH 4,535 4,794 Medical Center -Clinic 116 HOA 53,218 25,740 96,819 Medical Center -Main Building 113 MDC 154, 778 77,461 286,518 Medical Center -Laboratory 114 MDL 37,748 8,527 52,888 Medical Center Mechanical 102 HOM 1,980 2,460 4,815 Medical Center -Nursing 115 HON 15,111 7 ,432 29,361 Medical Center -Storage 117 HOS 2,300 2,336 Medical Center Warehouse 124 MOW 981 1,128 Children's Residential Unit Gl 134 MGX 5,259 1,601 7,353 Children's Residential Unit G2 135 HGY 5,283 1,577 7,353 Children's Residential Unit G3 136 HGZ 4,494 1,424 6,491 Dietary Building 129 MHA 14,912 3,399 20,201 Service Building 130 MHB 15,567 7,282 25,502 Patient Living and Central Training 131 MHC 124,309 59,697 215,082 School and Administration 132 MHF 9,382 1,071 13,858 Activities Complex 133 MllH 40,924 20,918 60,108 Fl-IHI-Classroom-North 140 MHI 1,091 30 1,232 141 MIU 1,091 30 1,232 Fort Hyers Campus Areca Hal 1 4005 ARH 7,796 2,122 10,690 Central Utilities 4008 CUB 1,495 1,626 WSFP T.V./Radio Transmitter Building 8600 FFP 1,345 99. 1,651 Northwest Transition 4002 NOW 660 5,873 7,246 Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall 4009 PAH 41,318 60,698 Royal Palm Hall 4001 RPH 6,660 6,635 21,454 Sabal Hall 4003 SAH 5,573 4,365 16,150 South Southwest Transition 4006 sow 4,189 4,612 West Southwest Transition 4004 wow 4,196 4,612 W. Thomas Howard Hall 4007 W11i 8,475 5,284 16,713 *Includes: Colle ge of Medicine, Florida Mental Health Institute, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center/Research Institute

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BUILDING NAME BLDG# Curtis Peterson Academic Center 8700 Anthropology Laboratory (Sarasota) 3043 Art Studio A (Trailer) 107 Art Studio B (Trailer) 108 Art Studio C (Trailer) 109 Art Studio D (Trailer) 110 Bookstore 3034 Hamil ton Boiler Room 3026 Barn 3005 Bath House 3037 Caples House 3018 Caples Garage 3019 College Hall -Library 3001 Cook Hall (South Hall-Admin.) 3002 Development (Trailer) 3007 Fine Arts -Barracks 3031 Greenhouse 3011 Natural Science Hanson 3010 Hamilton Classrooms 3022 Hamilton Center 3021 Hazardous Waste Storage -Sarasota 3040 Jane Bancroft Cook Library 3042 Motel "A" 3036 Hotel "B" 3035 Pei Dorm (East) 3025 Pei Dorm (South) 3024 Pei Dorm (West) 3023 The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING Fall, 1988 Lakeland Campus Polk County Joint Use Facility PFX I.KC ASSIGNABLE SQ FT 14,582 Sarasota/New College Campus ANL 595 ASA 1,286 ASB 1,010 ASC 1,295 ASD 1,263 BKS 1,713 BLR 106 BRN 1,240 BTH CAP 3,321 CGR 1,468 CHL 10,660 COH 5,380 DEV 893 FNA 1,923 GRH 617 HAN 9,413 HCL 8,938 HCT 15,193 HZS 494 LBR 48,866 MTA 2,777 MIB 912 PDE 16,766 PDS 16,766 P 16,532 NON-ASSIGNA.BLE SQUARE FEET 3,017 287 103 2,503 979 362 1,359 572 5,469 3,986 4,121 4,329 5,572 19,109 TOTAL GSF 19,419 652 1,344 1,344 1,344 1,344 1,713 2,964 2,636 461 5,804 2,350 21,441 12,047 939 2,072 685 14,429 15,399 24,778 559 74,731 2,777 1,155 24,482 24,213 24,482 197

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198 The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING Fall, 1988 Sarasota Campus/New College, continued ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING NAME BLDG# PFX SQ Fl' SQUARE FEET GSF Barracks -Physical Plant "A" 3029 PHA 1,575 365 2,000 Barracks -Physical Plant "B" 3028 PHB 1,887 57 2,000 Barracks -Physical Plant "C" 3032 PUC 1,950 2,000 Barracks -Physical Plant "D" 3030 PHO 453 514 Palmer "A" 3013 PHA 5,078 3,109 9,411 Palmer "B" 3014 PHB 5,424 1,212 8,230 Palmer "C" 3015 PHC 5,760 1,561 8,534 Palmer "D" 3016 PHO 5,773 1,446 8,534 Palmer "E" 3017 PME 4,707 1,929 8,230 Pumphouse 3006 PMP 661 755 Robertson Hall (Carriage House) 3003 ROB 2,489 555 3,681 Barracks -Sculpture 3027 SCP 1,828 2,000 Natural Science Selby 3009 SEL 8,187 1,522 12,916 Superintendent's House 3012 SPT 1,340 1,860 Social Science 3004 SSC 1,170 284 1,794 Sudakof f Lecture and Conference Center 3041 SUD 8,595 1,793 12,216 Utility -Pumps 3008 lTl'L 175 194 Zinn Building 3044 ZIN 12,252 13,395 St. Petersburg Campus Bayboro Hall 2005 BAY 36,788 23,213 69,738 Coquina Hall 2108 COQ 19,136 16,105 40,397 Central Utility Plant 2006 CUP 3,063 3,322 Marine Science Lab 2047 HSL 51,505 22,504 81,710 Marine Shop and Warehouse 2107 MSW 8,012 1,119 9,208 Plant Operations/Receiving 2109 POR 5,920 2,375 8,916 Power House 2069 POW 966 1,100 Nelson Poynter Library 2004 POY 23,305 2,844 34,869 Building B -St. Pete Campus 2048 SPB 22,927 10,342 33,955

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lbe University of South Florida UNIVERSITY COMPUTING RESOURCES Total University University Computing Services Divisions: Academic and User Services Central Florida Regional Data Center Information Systems Group Mainframes: IBM 3081D/32 (VH/SP) IBM 3081K/48 (HVS/XA) Direct Access Storage: Tape Storage: Printers: Plotter: Over 50 Gb 8 6250/1600 BPI 12,000 Volumes 3 IBM 4245 1 Xerox 3700 CALCOMP 1037 Operating Environments: CICS, VH/CMS, PHOENIX, WYLBUR, TSO Networks: IBM SNA IBM DISOSS Fall 1988 X.25 FIRN (Florida Information Resource Network) BITNET (Inter-Institution Academic Network) Terminals: IBM 3270 Type Office: 820 Open Use: 239 Dial-up: Ports: 50 Batch: 23 High Speed Printing Remotes Office Automation: 11 IBM 5520 Distributed Processors 275 OA Workstations & PCs 4 Scanmasters Distributed Processors: *Estimates as of 11/17/88 SOURCE: University Computing Services 1 IBH 8100 1 IBM System 36 1 IBM System 38 College of Engineering Minicomputers: 2 Prime 850 Workstations: 1 Perkin-Elmer 7500 1 DEC 8350 3 DEC VA:A 11/750 1 DEC VAX 2000 9 AT&T 3B2 240 Terminals 361 PCs 37 Sun 1 Gould College of Natural Sciences Minicomputers: Workstations: Other Campuses Workstations: 2 1 4 1 1 65 157 95* 336* Harris 800 HP 550 Microvax DEC Hine 11 DEC PDP 11 Terminals PCs Terminals PCs Other College Based Resources Minicomputers: Workstations: 7 DEC PDP 11 2 HP 9000 3 DEC Hicrovax 2 LSI 11/73 3 SUN 182* Terminals 1,086* PCs 840* Printers 40* Plotters 199

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PERFORMANCE EXHIBITION The University of South Florida FINE ARTS PUBLIC EVENTS FACILITIES Fall 1988 Theatre I (TAT) Theatre II (TUR) Music Recital Hall (FAH) Studio Theatre (TAR) Theatre Lobby Gallery (TAT) Teaching Gallery (FAH) Art follseua (FAM) Prosceniua stage Variable configuration perforaance space Recital platfora Variable configuration perforaance space Exhibition space Exhibition space Variable configuration exhibition space Estiated Annual Performances and Exhibitions* Estimated Annual Perforaance and Exhibition Attendance* *Performances and exhibitions are a part of the academic programs. 552 seats 300 seats maximum 235 seats 115 seats 118.XiBJll 850 sq. ft. 550 sq. ft. 10,000 sq. ft. 400 150,000 200

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Gymnasium Track Outdoor SWilllDing Tennis Courts Handball/Racquetball Golf USF Riverfront USF Waterfront Program USF Parcourse Baseball Softball Basketball/Volleyball Soccer and Football Sun Dome Bicycle Facilities SOURCE: Campus Recreation The University of South Florida RECREATIONAL FACILITIES Fall 1988 -Facilities located in Gymnasium building are: 1) Equipment Room 4) Dance Studio 7) Natatorium 2) Weight Training Room 5) Wrestling Room 8) Main Gym Area-Basketball/Volleyball/Badminton 3) Gymnastics Room 6) Fencing Room 9) Locker/Shower Rooms -Tampa Campus one track, 400 meters, Sarasota Campus one track, 400 meters -Tampa Campus Andros and Argos pools, St. Petersburg Campus one outdoor pool Twenty-two courts located at Physical Education Building, Andros Complex and Varsity Tennis area -Six three-walled courts (outdoor) -Eighteen-hole course, driving range and putting greens I -Riverfront recreational area located on the Hillsborough River at Fletcher Avenue with equipment checkout for horseshoes, softball, volleyball, and canoeing -St. Petersburg waterfront recreation area with three sloop rig boats, six lasers, and two canoes available -A 1.4 mile fitness trail with 18 exercise stations and a 1.5 mile walking course with 22 stations operated by Suncoast Gerontology Center -Red McEwen field Four fields Four outdoor courts -Six fields that serve as both soccer and football fields, one varsity playing field located in the Special Olympics Stadium The USP Sun Dome is a multi-purpose mass-seating facility with a seating capacity of approximately 11,000 which also accommodates daily intramural sports activity -All University sidewalks are available for use by bicyclists and there are over 550 bike racks available in the parking lots. 201

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Campus FORT MYERS General Purpose Seminars Lecture Halls Total Classrooms Teaching Laboratories All Instructional Rooms SARASOTA General Purpose Seminars Lecture Halls Total Classrooms Teaching Laboratories All Instructional Rooms ST. PETERSBURG General Purpose Seminars Lecture Halls Total Classrooms Teaching Laboratories All Instructional Rooms TAMPA General Purpose Seminars Lecture Halls Total Classrooms Teaching Laboratories All Instructional Rooms SOURCE: Resource Analysis and Planning The University of South Florida CREDIT COURSE CLASSROOM UTILIZATION Total University by Campus Fall, 1987 Number Average Periods of Rooms Used 13 7.6 3 11.5 16 8.3 3 25.3 19 11.0 19 22.7 1 5.0 20 21.8 5 3.7 25 18.2 34 14.0 34 14.0 3 8.7 37 13.6 126 37.7 15 20.7 10 38.5 151 36.1 92 23.2 243 31.2 202 Average % of Use When Room Assigned 58.4 36.8 49.4 58.3 51.6 69.l 66.7 69.l 52.9 68.7 75.2 75.2 94.l 76.2 78.9 75.7 51.4 68.7 62.4 67.5

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NUMBER of ROOMS Room Capacity Classroom Teach. Lab 1-10 1 11-20 21-30 7 3 31-40 5 41-.50 51-60 61-80 2 81-100 101-150 1 151-200 201-250 251+ Total 16 3 SOURCE: Resource Analysis and Planning The University of South Florida CLASSROOM CAPACITY STATISTICS Ft. Hyers Campus Fall 1987 AVG. HOURS USE/WEEK % OCCUPANCY Classroom Teach. Lab Classroom Teach. Lab 5.4 25.3 54.4 58.3 12.2 60.6 16.0 36.6 2.5 39.0 8.3 25.3 49.4 58.3 AVERAGE CLASS SIZE Classroom Teach. Lab -----20.2 18.9 28.2 30.8 55.2 27.1 18.9 203

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NUMBER of ROOMS Room Capacity Classroom Teach. Lab 1-10 1 1 11-20 2 4 21-30 5 3140 5 41-50 6 51-60 1 61-80 81-100 101-150 151-200 201-250 251+ Total 20 5 SOURCE: Resource Analysis and Planning lbe University of South Florida CLASSROOM CAPACITY STATISTICS Sarasota Campus Fall 1987 AVG. HOURS USE/WEEK % OCCUPANCY Classroom Teach. Lab Classroom Teach. Lab -----5.0 66.7 16.5 4.6 52.4 53.8 22.7 79.3 24. 7 61.4 23.5 69.1 19.5 85.9 21.8 3.7 69.l 52.9 2olt AVERAGE CLASS SIZE Classroom Teach. Lab -----8.4 12.4 10.7 22.4 25.7 31.1 53.6 26.6 10.7

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The University of South Florida CLASSROOM CAPACITY STATISTICS St. Petersburg Campus Fall 1987 NUMBER of ROOMS AVG. HOURS USE /WEEK % OCCUPANCY AVERAGE CLASS SIZE Room Capacity Classroom Teach. Lab Classroom Teach. Lab Classroom Teach. Lab Classroom Teach. Lab 1-10 11-20 2 .5 28.2 11.0 2130 9 12.9 81.4 21.6 31-40 11 3 16.0 8.7 80.4 94.1 28.6 37.0 41-50 9 13.1 50.6 24.3 51-60 3 21. 7 101.4 53.6 61-80 81-100 101-150 151-200 201-250 251+ Total 34 3 14.0 8.7 75.2 94.1 29.2 37.0 SOURCE: Resource Analysis and Planning 20

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NUMBER of ROOHS Room Capacity Classroom Teach. Lab 1-10 11-20 18 36 21-30 70 44 31-40 24 9 41-so 16 2 51-60 6 61-80 2 81-100 3 101-150 2 1 151-200 5 201-250 2 251+ 3 Total 151 92 NOTE: Medicine and FMHI excluded SOURCE: Resource Analysis and Planning The University of South Florida CLASSROOM CAPACITY SL\TISTICS Tampa Campus Fall 1987 AVG. HOURS USE/WEEK OCCUPANCY Classroom Teach. Lab Classroom Teach. 23.7 19.9 86.1 82.0 36.8 23.6 89.0 66.2 39.7 28.0 100.3 61. 7 38.7 38.S 59.3 65.6 34.5 64.7 44.0 61.4 38.S 46.S 39.0 51.0 54.0 16.7 42.0 S0.1 40.0 61.4 31.7 48.6 36.1 23.2 68.7 62.4 206 AVERAGE CLASS SIZE Lab Classroom Teach. Lab lS.6 14.2 22.8 17.9 36.S 21.9 30.4 30.8 34.3 47.S 45.9 62.S 25.6 95.4 140.4 236.9 35.7 17.8

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Tampa Projects in Planning Communication/Info Sciences Bldg. Bio-Science Academic Facility Hazardous Waste Storage Facility Public Health Building MAJOR Educational Center for Economic Ed Engineering/Science Research Facility USF Riverfront Park Modifications MASH/ROTC Facility Fort Myers Lakeland Sarasota Multi-Purpose Building Polk CC/USF Joint Facility Phase II Fine Arts Sculpture Studio Multi-Purpose Building Handicapped Projects St. Petersburg SOURCE: Facilities Planning The University of South Florida CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Total University Fall 1988 P R 0 J E C T S Under Construction WUSF Radio Broadcasting Facility USF Eye Institute SVC Bldg. Add'n/Renovations UC Addition/Renovations Ed Research Center Child Development Asbestos Abatement Fire Code Corrections Physical Plant Building Multi-Purpose Facility Expected Completion Date 6/89 7/89 9/90 3/90 12/89 On Going On Going 7/89 10/89 MINOR PROJECTS Under Planned 16 55 2 14 1 4 207

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SARASOTA Residence Halls TAMPA Alpha Hall Beta Hall Delta Hall Epsilon Hall Eta Hall Gamma Hall Iota Hall Kappa Hall Lambda Hall Hu Hall Theta Hall Zeta Hall Village Housing Tampa Total UNIVERSITY TOTAL SOURCE: USF Housing and Auxiliary Services The University of South Florida STUDENT HOUSING All Campuses Fall 1988 Occupancy 290 366 378 212 230 76 430 119 228 80 233 81 72 576 3,081 3,371 208 Capacity 290 404 403 246 246 82 474 123 246 82 246 82 82 576 3,292 3,582