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University of South Florida Tampa St. Petersburg Sarasota/Manatee Lakeland 2001 2002 Fact Book Office of Budget and Policy Analysis SVC 5022 4202 E. Fowler Avenue Tampa, Florida 33620 (813) 97 4-2450 BPA@ADMIN.USF.EDU The entire USF Fact Book is available on-line at http://usfweb.usf.edu/bpa/factbookl The University of South Florida is an Affirmative Action/Equal Access/Equal Opportunity Institution

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University Colors: Green and Gold Uniltersity al South Florida 2001-2002 Fact Book Nickname: Bulls In 1960 the University of South Florida opened its doors to 2,000 students. Today, almost 50,000 students attend classes at USF each academic year. USF now conducts instruction research and public service physically and virtually, at four campuses and numerous off-campus sites throughout the bay area and central Florida. To help you learn more about USF this Fact Book presents informat i on about our students, faculty, staff programs and resources. As USF has grown, so has the need for information about our many services. This is the nineteenth sequential Fact Book produced The book was originally developed to answer the most frequently asked questions. While the objective remains the same the questions have changed And so has the format. The entire current USF Fact Book, as well as historical issues can be viewed online at: http://usfweb.usf edu/bpa/factbook/ In addition you can always find more detail and the most current information via USF s web application for data: the lnfoMart: http://usfweb.usf edu/usfirp/infomart/ The Data Administration and Reporting Team and the Office of Budget and Policy Analysis thank all those who contributed to the production of this document. For questions concerning the information included in USF's Fact Book, contact a DART member at 813-974-2450 or e-mail us at DART@admin usf edu Debbie Hayward Associate Director Budget & Policy Analysis

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION I INTRODUCTION: HISTORY AND HISTORICAL TRENDS Narrative Introduction to USF ....... ...... . .... .................. ... .................... 3 University Presidents Past and Present ........... ......................................... .4 Charter Board of Trustees ........ ... ...... ......................... ... ....... ... .......... 5-8 Regional Campus Boards ..................................................................... 9-1 O Campus Acquisition ......... ....... ...... ....................................................... 11 Historical Trends Student Enrollment ....... ... .. ........ .... ........ ..... ............................. ... 12 Personnel .... ...... .......... ... ............................................... ...... ... ...... ... 13 Degrees Awarded .......................................... ....... .... ... .......... ........ 14 Budget .......... ... ............. ........ .... ... ................. .... ...... ........... ... 15 Facilities ........................................................ ... .... ..... . ....... ... ...... 16 SECTION II CURRENT UNIVERSITY CHARACTERISTICS Missions, Goals, Values and Vision .................................................. 19-20 Fall 2001 University Highlights .................... ... ........................................ 21 Organization Chart ... .................. ........... ... ... ...... ........ .... ....... ..... ..... 22 USF Personnel by Organization ......................................................... 23 28 Florida Public Universities ... ................................................. .... ..... ...... 29 USF as Part ofDCU ... ........ ............ ................. ... ........................... ...... 30 Libraries ..................... .... ... ... ..... . ...... ......................... ........ ...... .... 31 Computing Resources ......... ... ............. ...... ... ....... .... ..... .... ... ......... 32 Student Housing ............ ...... ........................................ ................... ........ 33 Athletics ........... ...... ......... ..... ...... ..... ......... ... .......... ...... .......... ... .... .... 34 BOR Research Service Centers & Institutes ............................................ 35 Distance Learning .................................. ... . .... ................................. .... 36 Louis D e La Pa rte Florida Mental Health institute ............. ................. .... 3 7 Career C enter .......................................................................................... 38 Undergraduate Graduate & Retention Rates .......... .... .... ... ............ .... .... 39 Uni versity Advancement USF Foundation ............................................................................... 40 Foundation Stat e ment of Activities .................................................. 41 Alumni Demogr a phic s ........................................... ............. . ...... 42 SECTION 111 STUDENT PROFILE Gender and Ethnicity Headcount Distribution ........................................ 45 Geographic Origin of Students County of Origin .................................. ..................... .......... ........ .... 46 State of Origin ........ ................................................ ......................... 4 7 Country of Origin (International Students) ........... ....... ..................... 48 History of New Degree-Seeking Students ...... ............ .............. ... .......... 49 Applied Accepted & Enrnlled .................................................... .... ........ 50 New Student Demographics .... ............. ...... .... ........ ............... .............. .... 51 New Student Headcount By College (All Campuses) ................. ............ 52 New Student Headcount By Campus & by College w / in Campus ..... 53-60 New Student Headcount By Off-Campus ..... .... ................ .............. .... 61-62 SECTION IV ENROLLMENT Headcount Annual Unduplicated Headcount ............... ............... ...................... .... 65 Total University ........ .... ........ ... ..................... ......... ................. ........ 66 Total University by College (All Campuses) .......... ............... .... .... 67-81 By Campus & by College w / in Campus .. ............................. ... ....... 82-89 Off-Campus .... . ..... .... ................................. ... ........ .... .... ........... 90-91 Night Versus Day by Campus ...... ....... ..... .... ... .................................... 92

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 TABLE OF CONTENTS Annual FTE and Funded Student Credit Hours Endowed Chairs ............... . .............. ............ .......................... ... 136-13 8 Total University Summary .......................... ..................... ............... 93 Student Financial Aid Sununary ... ... ............... . .... ......... . .... 139-141 Total University by College ..... .......... ... ........................................ 94-95 Student Financial Aid History .... ..... ... ... ... .... ...... .......... .... .... ..... . 142 Fall Funded Student Credit Hours Intercollegiate Athletics Grants-In-Aid ... ......... ............. ..... . ...... 143 Total University Summary ........ ......................................................... 96 Summary of Research A wards ............ ... ... ................... ... ...... ............... 144 Total University E&G by Campus .... .................... ....... .............. 97-98 SECTION VIII FISCAL RESOURCES SECTION V COURSES AND DEGREES Courses E&G Course Sections .......................... .................................... 101-103 Health Science Sections ...... ........ ... .......... ............. ..... ........... ... ... 104 State Appropriations for Education .......... .... ...... .... ............................. 147 Budgeted Expenditures ................. ......... ............ ...... ..................... 148 Estimated Expenditures by Budget Entity ... ..... ... ................... ..... ...... 149 Sources and Uses of Current Funds : ... .......... .... .... ...... ............. ........... 150 Classroom Counts & Average Class Size ............................... .......... 105 Degrees List of Degree Programs Offered ... ..... ................................... I 06-108 Activity & Service Fee Budget .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ............................. 151 Student Tuition and Fee Rates by Campus .......... ....... ........... ... ........... 152 Sources of Research Funds .... ..... ..... .... .... ... ... .............. ...... .... ....... ... 153 Degrees Awarded Total University & By College .................... 109-111 Degrees Awarded Total University by Campus ..... ...... ............. ...... 112 Foundations & Alumni Affairs Financial Repo11 ...................... ............ 154 SECTION VI FACULTY & STAFF SECTION IX PHYSICAL RESOURCES Total University Employee Headcount... ... ... ... ...... .... ... ..... .... ... 115-116 All Employees by Campus ....................................... . ................. 117-124 Total University Instructional Faculty .......... .... ... ... .......... ......... 125-126 Instructional Faculty by Campus ................................. .................. 127-128 Total University Sununary by Site ... .... .... .... .... ........ ....... ....... ... 157 Total University Square Footage by Space Category ..... ...... ................. 158 Recreation al Facilities by Campus ............. ........ ......................... 159-160 Public Events Facilities at Tampa Campus ...... ..... ........ ...... ... .......... 161 Residential Facilities ...................... ................ ....... .... .... .................... 162 Instructional Faculty by College ............ ................ .............................. 129 Full-Time Instructional Faculty Salary Information ....... ... . ... . 130-132 SECTION X GLOSSARY SECTION VII AWARDS & HONORS Glossary of Common Terms and Acronyms ..... .... ..... .... .... ...... 165-167 National Merit & Achievement Scholars .............. ... .... ... .... ........ ........ 135

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More detailed information is always available in the I nfoMart at http://usfweb.usf.edu/usfirp/infomart/ Section I INTRODUCTION Board of Trustees and President University History Historical Trends

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA In less than fifty years the University of South Florida has built a reputation as one of America s most dynamic research universities USF is the second largest university in the Southeast. It ranks in the top national classification of the prestigious Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. USF's affiliations with area hospitals including Tampa General and All Children s in St. Petersburg plus two located on campus -H Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Shriners Children's Hospital -make it a major center of medical, biotechnology and bioscience research. USF's world renowned researchers generate more than $186 million annually in sponsored research contracts and grants, specializing in fields such as oceanography, genetics neurology aging and public health, alternative fuel polymers and advanced materials. Located in the thriving Tampa Bay area, USF serves more than 37,000 students on campuses in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sarasota/Manatee and Lakeland, as well as its centers in downtown Tampa, New Port Richey and northern Pinellas County Teaching Research Economic Impact Outreach and Engagement Students come to USF from every state in the nation and over 100 countries. They represent all ages, cultures and ethnic backgrounds. Nearly one quarter of the student population is African American, Hispanic, Asian American Native American or international. The students choose from more than 200 undergraduate masters specialist and doctoral programs including the doctor of medicine For the past 10 years USF has been No. 1 in the nation with the highest percentage of candidates with advanced degrees passing all parts of the CPA exam. The university is the nation's top choice for transfer students and has the third largest graduate certificate enrollment in the country USF is key in the creation and development of the Florida High Technology Corridor from Florida s East Coast along Interstate 4 to the Gulf Coast. This area has become the state s high-tech leader, encompassing some 60% of Florida's high-tech industries. Forbes magazine recently rated the Tampa Bay area as the top location in Florida for technology-related jobs largely because of graduates from USF's engineering and computer sciences programs USF is proud to be a student-centered national research university Students have the advantage of working directly with world-class researchers in such fields as aging education psychology engineering and transportation. USF also is one of the nation's top centers in research aimed at new treatments for Alzheimer's Parkinson's, and Huntington's diseases It has pioneered the concept of brain repair -placing cells in the brain to help repair the damage of disease or injury. Virtually everyone in the Tampa Bay Region-and beyond-enjoys some benefit from USF through countless research, outreach and engagement activities. USF contributes to the well being of its immediate urban neighborhoods through health care and networks of social research and service projects The College of Public Health is a leader in health promotion and disease prevention The School of Continuing Education serves more than 16 000 people annually The above information only scratches the surface of the USF story. For more on USF, its campuses; its programs and its community, visit our website at http://usfweb usf.edu. SOURCE : USF Office of Public Affairs UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 3

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June 1957 John Stuart Allen Feb 1988 Francis T Borkowski Sept 1970 Harri s W. Dean (Interim) July 1993 Robert Bryan (Interim) USF PRESIDENTS Present and Past Sept 1971 M Cecil Mackey Jan 1994 Betty Castor Sept 1976 William Reece Smith (Interim) Sept1999 Thomas Tighe (Acting) Sept 1977 Carl Riggs (Acting) December 1999 Richard Peck (Interim) Judy Lynn Genshaft became the sixth president of the University of South Florida in July 2000, bringing to USF more than two decades' experience as a university professor, researcher, and administrator A native Ohioan Dr Genshaft earned her bachelor's degree in social work and psychology from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. She earned a master s degree in school psychology and a Ph D in counseling psychology from Kent State University Dr. Genshaftjoined the faculty of The Ohio State University in 1976 and rose rapidly through the academic ranks. Through her research and teaching, she quickly became a national leader in the field of school psychology Her research has yielded three books on gifted students and intellectual assessment, and more than 55 articles in scholarly journals. At the Ohio State University, Dr. Genshaft's faculty colleagues elected her Chairperson of the Faculty Senate In her 16 years at OSU Dr. Genshaft also served as chair of her academic department an OSU presidential intern and associate provost for regional campuses Jan 1978 John Lott Brown July 2000 Judy Lynn Genshaft In 1992 Dr Genshaft was named Dean of the School of Education of the University at Albany, a major institution of the State University of New York In 1995, she became Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at the University at Albany. In addition, Dr Genshaft was co-host of the National Public Radio program "The Best of Our Knowledge," which was broadcast on more than 100 radio stations in the United States and was syndicated on more than 400 stations in more than 150 countries. Dr. Genshaft has received numerous awards for her contributions to the children of Ohio the discipline of school psychology, the universities she has served, and creation of equal opportunity Source : President's Office UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 4

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USF Board of Trustees The 2001 Florida Legislature passed Senate Bill 1162, which i ncludes the Education Governance Reorgan i zat i on Implementation Act. The act author i zes the creation of t he Florida Boa r d of Education as the body corporate for Florida's seamless, K-20 education system and a Board of Trustees at each state univers i ty as t he body corporate for that i nstitut i on On June 25 2001, Governo r Jeb Bush's appointees to the University of South Flor i da (USF ) Board of Trus t ees (BOT) were announced The BOT will set pol i cy and serve as the institution s legal owner and f i nal authority responsible for efficient and effective use of resources Chairman Richard A "Dick" Beard, Ill is a real estate advisor w i th R. A Beard Co He served as a member of the Florida Board of Regents and is currently a member of the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer and Research Institute Board of Directors He previously served on the Alumni Boa r d of Trustees at the Georgia Institute of Technology and on the Board of Trustees of the University of Tampa He is a member of the Florida Council of 100 and serves on the Board of Directors for the Tampa General Hospital Foundation Beard received his bachelor's degree from the Georgia Inst i tute of Technology in 1967 Vice Chairman Rhea F. Law is an attorney with the firm of Fowler White Boggs Banker Attorney at Law. She is a member of the University of Tampa College of Business Advisory Board, and the boards of directors of H Lee Moffitt Cancer & Research I nstitute Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce Tampa Bay Partnersh i p and University Club Law is active with the American Heart Walk, the Victory Ship and Joshua House In add i tion Law is a founding member of the USF Law Alumni Society and served on the 2000 USF President i al Selection Committee She received her bachelor's degree from USF in 1977 and her law degree from Stetson Universitv Colleqe of Law in 1979 Lee E. Arnold, Jr. is the founder chairman of the Board and CEO of the Arnold Companies Colliers Arnold He has served as a member of the USF Pres i dent's Council USF Foundation Board a USF athletic booster and on numerous USF task forces He is also a member of the Florida Counc i l of 100 Arnold i s the past chairman of the Tampa Bay Partne r ship Pinellas and a current member of the Board and Executive Committee of the Tampa Bay Partnership He was the recipient of the 2001 USF President s Distinguished Citizen Award and the 2001 Donald A. Gifford Alumni Service Award Arnold received h i s bachelor's degree from USF in 1974 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 20012002 5

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USF Board of Trustees Steven G. Burton is managing partner of the Tampa Office of Broad and Cassel Attorneys at Law. He also serves as chairman of the firm's Internet Litigation Practice Group and is a member of the firm's Commercial Litigation Practice Group Mr. Burton has received several honors for his legal work including an AV rating with Martindale Hubbell publication a rating received by five percent of attorneys. An active member of numerous civic and business organizations, Mr. Burton is a supporter of USF's President Council and Leadership USF A graduate of USF Burton received his bachelor s degree in 1984 and law degree from the Stetson University College of Law in 1988. Margarita R. Cancio M.D. is a native of Cuba, and immigrated to Florida from Spain She has held numerous positions within the medical profession including Chief of the Department of Internal Medicine and Chief of Staff for Tampa General Hospital (TGH). Dr Cancio has served as a trustee for the Florida Health Science Board and the TGH Foundation Board. She is the founder and medical director of the International Traveler's Clinic and Infectious Disease Associates of Tampa. An alumna of USF Dr Cancio graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in 1979 and with a M.D degree in 1982 Ann Wilkins Duncan is the senior vice president of CLW Real Estate Services Group She served on the 1994 and 2000 USF Presidential Selection Committees as well as the College of Business Advisory Board the University Council of 100 USF Foundation Board and the USF St. Petersburg Advisory Board. She has also helped form partnerships between USF and municipalities community colleges and civic organizations. Additionally she serves as a mentor for Pinellas County Schools Duncan received her bachelor's degree from USF in 1987 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 6

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, s J' w r ..., USF Board of Trustees Michael Eugene Griffin, is the current Student Body President at the University of South Florida. Mr Griffin is a junior seeking a degree in Marketing and upon graduation he plans to attend law school. Mr Griffin is a native of the Tampa Bay area and was a charter graduate from Walter L. Sickles High School where he served as Student Body President for two years. At USF, he is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and has served in USF Ambassadors and on the College of Business Administration College Council. Off campus Mr. Griffin serves on various governmental advisory committees while also committing himself to community service. He has received various awards, including commendations from the Tampa City Council and Hillsborough County Commission. Senator Connie Mack represented Florida in the United States Senate from 1989-2001. He also served as the U .S. Representative from Florida's 13th District for six years. Holding membership on numerous boards, Senator Mack is chair of the Board of Directors of the H Lee Moffitt Cancer and Research Institute, and serves on the boards of the American Cancer Society Foundation and the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs Senator Mack has received honorary degrees from the University of South Florida, Stetson University the University of Tampa, St. Thomas University the University of Miami, and Barry University He earned a bachelor's degree in business in 1966 from the University of Florida Senator Mack is currently senior policy advisor for Shaw Pittman in Washington DC John B. Ramil is the president of the Tampa Electric Company He has served on the USF Foundation Board, the USF Alumni Board the USF Engineering College Advisory Board and the Gus Stavros Center for Free Enterprise Education Advocacy Board In 1999, he was named Distinguished Alumnus of USF He currently serves on the boards of the Florida Electric Power Coordinating Group the Southeastern Electric Exchange, the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce and the Tampa Bay Partnership He received his bachelor's degree from USF in 1978 and his master's degree in 2000. He is active with the American Heart Association lnRoad, and the Tampa Bay History Center. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 7

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USF Board of Trustees Robert L. Soran is president and chief operating officer of Uniroyal Technology Corp He has been active in support of the USF College of Engineering In addition Soran manages the operation of Uniroyal Optoelectronics which actively supports Tech 4's "Chip Camp" program The Chip Camp program i ntroduces teachers and counselors to high-tech employment opportunit i es for students. He is a member of the Florida Council of 100, the Florida H i gh-Tech Corridor and the Technological Research and Development Authority Soran received his bachelor's degree from California Polytechnical Institute in 1965 Gus A. Stavros chairman of PELAM Investments Inc., has been active in numerous professional civic and educational organizations including the Governor's Council of 100 Business/Higher Education Partnership Committee Stavros has also been involved with USF serving as the past chairman of the Foundation Board and its Executive Committee and the 2000 USF Presidential Select i on Committee Mr Stavros received his bachelor's degree from Columbia University in 1948 He received an honorary doctorate from USF in 1996 He has also served as chair of the FSU Foundation Board and has received an honorary doctorate from Florida State University. Chris T. Sullivan is a founder cha i rman, and CEO of Outback Steakhouse Inc He has been active on the USF Foundation Board and in Take Stock in Children and the Stavros Center at USF Sullivan is active in a number of business organizations, including Florida Council of 100 the Florida Chamber of Commerce and the Florida Council on Economic Education Sullivan is a partner in the Tampa Bay Dev i l Rays serving on the organization's Executive Committee A graduate of the University of Kentucky Sullivan earned his bachelor's degree in Business and Economics in 1972 H. Patrick Swygert is president of Howard University a position he has held since 1995 Prior to that he served as president of the State University of New York at Albany and executive vice president of Temple University in Philadelphia Swygert served as chairman of the Washington D.C., Consortium of Schools and Colleges from 1996 to 1997 and currently serves on the board of directors of Fannie Mae Victory Fund and Hartford Financial Services He received his bache l or's degree from Howard University in 1965 and his law degree in 1968 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 8

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USF Regional Campus Boards One of the first tasks of USF's Board of Trustees was to appoint members to the campus boards of USF campuses in Sarasota/Manatee St. Petersburg and Lakeland. Because USF has regional campuses with unique missions the statewide reorganization law established campus boards for the regional campuses in Sarasota/Manatee and St. Petersburg Both boards include one member from the USF Board of Trustees Although legislation does not r equire a campus board for USF Lakeland President Judy Genshaft and Board Chairman Richard A. Beard Ill chose to create one to ensure consistency for all regional campuses USF Lakeland Campus Board John B. Ramil Chair President of Tampa Electric Company and USF Trustee John W. Frost II Attorney with Frost & Saunders Professional Associat ion UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Carole F. Philipson Vice president Lakeland Regional Medical Center Seretha S. Tinsley Chief Financial Officer of Tinsley LLC d/b/a TGIF and vice president and owner of PenGeo Inc d/b / a/KFC ....... .. -) ,,,, "" ,. Kelly T. Underhill Director of treasury operations and taxes of Publix Super Markets Inc 9

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Ann Wilkins Duncan Chair, Senior vice president of CLW Real Estate Services Group and USF Trustee Jan Smith Chair, President of Jan Smith and Company and managing general partner of Ramblers Rest Resort, Ltd USF St. Petersburg Campus Board Ricardo Davis Chief administrative officer of DANKA Business Systems Jeff Huenink Chief operating officer of Broadband Wireless Technology David Welch, Ph.D. Public accountant for Welch Accounting USF Sarasota/Manatee Campus Board Charles R. Baumann CPA and shareholder with Kerkering, Barberio & Co. Lynn Edwards Assistant superintendent of academics for the School Board of Manatee County Robert L. Soran President and Chief Operating Officer of Uniroyal Technology Corp and USF Trustee UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Dennis Zank Executive vice president of operations and administration of Raymond James & Associates Inc Clifford Walters Attorney with Blalock Landers Walters and Vogler, P.A. 10

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USF CAMPUS ACQUISTION Tampa Campus main campus founded 1956 first classes 1960 includes Health Science complex (established 1975) St. Petersburg Campus established 1965 includes Marine Science (established 1968) UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 HERNANDO POLK Lakeland HARDEE DE SOTO Lakeland Campus established 1987 first classes 1987 HIGHLANDS Sarasota/Manatee Campus established 1975 first classes 1975 11

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USF HISTORICAL TRENDS Full-Time and Part-Time Student Enrollment 40000 -FullTime c::::::J Part Time -+-Total -30000 Total Headcount c :::s 0 CJ "C cu QI :I: -20000 c QI "C :::s -"' 10000 0 1960/61 1970/71 1980/81 1990/91 2001/02 1960/61 1970/71 1980/81 1990/91 2001/02 Note. All enrollment Full Time 1,239 11,042 14 ,782 16 262 21,356 Figures are for the Fall semester at the Preliminary Part Time 758 6 ,880 10 272 16,098 16, 179 reporting benchmark Total 1 997 17,922 25,054 32,360 37,535 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 12

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USF HISTORICAL TRENDS Personnel c;; 2,500.0 .... nl Cll > C: 0 t/) 2,000.0 .... Cll Cl.. "C Cll Qi Cl "C 1,500.0 :I al -t/) Cll Cll >. 1 000.0 0 Q. E w -0 .... 500 0 Cll .c E :I z 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91 Years Number of Employees (in Budgeted Person-Years) Year 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 Faculty 108.5 834 2 1 039.4 Administrative & Professional (A&P) 30.0 85.0 142.0 Support (USPS) 202 0 822.0 1,417.0 Note Values are budgeted person-yea r s E & G FMHI and Health Sc i ences a r e inc luded SOURCE : USF Operating Budgets UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Support (USPS) 1 912 1 821 1 753 Faculty 472 512 Administrative & Professional (A&P) 2000-01 2001-02 1990-91 2000-01 2001-02 1 559 5 1 843.4 1 753 0 318.2 471. 7 512.2 1 936.5 1 911.6 1 820.6 13

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USF HISTORICAL TRENDS Degrees Awarded O Bachelors Masters/Eds OPhD Ill P r ofessional 7,000 Professional PhD 6,000 5 000 "C Cl> "C ... Ill 4 000 <( I/) Cl> 3,000 Cl> ... Cl Cl> Bachelors c 2 000 1,000 0 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91 2000-01 Years Level of Degree 1960-61 1970-71 1980 -81 1990-91 2000-01 Bachelors 0 2 874 3 925 4,804 4 ,641 Masters/Eds 0 602 887 1 309 1 710 PhD 0 1 38 78 158 Professional 0 0 93 86 90 SOURCE: B6814DEGOO UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 14

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USF HISTORICAL TRENDS 900 800 700 Ii) ... ..!!! 600 0 "C 0 "' c: 5 0 0 E 400 .5 -GI Cl 300 "C :I al 200 100 2 0 1960-61 1970-71 E & G Operating Budget TOT AL Operating Budget ** 1960-61 2, 197,30 0 2,434,800 Budget Total Operating Budget 1980-81 1990-91 Budget Year 197 0-71 1980-81 25 304,600 38,385,400 62, 192,000 114, 884, 800 E&G operating budget excludes the Phosphate Research Trust Fund and the Health Sciences Center. ** For comparative purpose budget numbers exclude Capital Budget figures DSO and Faculty Practice NOTE : The New College of Florida budget is no longer included in the USF budget as of 2001-2002 SOURCE: USF Office of Budget & Policy Analysis UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 794 782 E&G Operating Budget 2000-01 2001-02 199 0 -91 175,740 900 388,560,900 2 0 00-01 2001-02 278,610,899 273,790 718 793,868,028 782,232,609 15

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400 350 300 I/) Cl c: : 250 s al 0 ... 200 41 .c E :I z 150 100 50 0 0.3 1960 1970 Acqu i red St. Petersburg campus & residential facilities 73 1970 Numb e r o f Buildings Total Gros s Square Footage UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 USF HISTORICAL TRENDS Facilities Gross Square Footage in mil l ions (use scale at right) 198 0 Acquired S ara s ota & Fort Myers campuses and the Health Science Center 148 Number of Buildings (use scale at l eft) 1960 10 267 917 1980 Y e ar 1970 73 2,003 797 1990 357 1990 Acquired Lakeland campus and the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer center and Research Institute 1997 Ft. Myers campus relinquished due to the development of the State's 10th public university : the Florida Gulf Coast University 368 2000 2001 1980 148 3 569,343 1990 283 5 707 113 2000 357 7,685,866 8 7 6 Ci) c: 5 e :. 41 Cl 4 0 0 u.. "' 3 :I C" I/') I/) I/) 0 2 ... C> 2001 368 7,770,762 16

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More detailed information is always available in the lnfoMart at http://usfweb.usf.edu/usfirp/infomart/ Section II CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS Fall Highlights Organizational Chart and Personnel USF and SUS Service Area Statistics Libraries, Computer Facilities, Athletics Institutes and Centers

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Mission Goals Values Vision Mission The University of South Florida is a multi-campus national research university that supports the development of the metropolitan Tampa Bay Region Florida, the United States, and the world. The university is dedicated to excellence in: Teaching and lifelong learning in a student-centered environment Research to advance knowledge and promote social cultural economic health and technological development Service based on academic excellence and the ethic of community responsibility Engagement of the resources of the university in partnerships that respond to university and community issues Building upon unique strengths inherent in Florida's population, location and natural resource issues Goals The University of South Florida will develop into a premier research university through: Strengthened research, creative, and scholarly endeavors Improved undergraduate and graduate academics which promote intellectual development and student success through a diverse student centered environment Engaged service that strengthens cultural and community life, and promotes lifelong learning and economic opportunity Increased fiscal self-sufficiency and appropriate state support Adopted by the USF Board of Trustees December 6, 2001 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 19

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Mission Goals Values Vision Value The University of South Florida values: Teaching, research and service based on the highest standards of discovery, creativity, and intellectual attainment Development of personal and professional potential of students, faculty and staff, and enriching the quality of campus life An ethic of collegiality based on integrity, civility, academic freedom, professional responsibility, and collaboration among disciplines and units Access to an excellent education University/community engagement that advances community development and economic opportunity, and increases the understanding of urban and global issues Worth of cultural and ethnic diversity Vision The University of South Florida envisions itself as a premier national research university that serves the metropolitan Tampa Bay Region, Florida, the nation and the world through: Excellent undergraduate and graduate instruction in a student-centered environment Critical thinking, creativity, innovation, engaged scholarly endeavors and the furthering of advanced knowledge Strengthening cultural and ethnic diversity and advancing global understanding Generating and disseminating knowledge to strengthen our society and the environment Greater fiscal self-reliance Adopted by the USF Board of Trustees December 6, 2001 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 20

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STUDENT HEADCOUNT Undergraduate Graduate First Professional Unclassified TOTAL PERSONNEL HEADCOUNT Faculty A&P Support Other TOTAL* DEGREES AWARDED Bachelors Masters Doctoral Professional TOTAL LIBRARY VOLUMES Tampa (main) Branch Libraries TOTAL PHYSICAL FACILITIES Four Campuses: Total Acres Total Buildings Total Gross Square Feet 27 ,381 6,289 400 3,465 37,535 2,358 842 2,277 4 042 9,519 4,641 1 710 158 90 6,599 1,074,464 609,947 1,684 ,411 1 ,931 368 7 8 Million ANNUAL HIGHLIGHTS Sponsored research at USF grew to $186 2 million for the fiscal year ending June 30 2001, a record total and a three-fold increase over the past 10 years Federal grants increased 57 percent in one year to $84 1 million. The College of Medicine brought in the most grants, at $64.1 million. Marine Sciences had the biggest one-year jump from $8.8 million in 1999-2000 to $16 8 million. The newest major federal award was $4 million to the USF Center for Biological Defense to build a system that will prepare the state s frontline public health workers for the threat of a bioterrorist attack. This year the USF honors program established in 1983 will become the new USF Honors college with its own dean faculty, and a specially designed degree program Within five years the current enrollment of 1 300 students is projected to increase to 2,000 Charter members of USF s Board of Trustees were selected by Gov Jeb Bush and announced on June 25, 2001. The 13-member Board s first formal meeting took place at the Phyllis P Marshall Center on August 17. Great Achievements-Great Expectations : The Campaign for USF raised nearly $256 million for the university for present and future use. The six-year campaign, which totaled $255.9 million raised $101 million for academic program support; nearly $50 million for scholarships and fellowships ; nearly $35 million for faculty recruitment and retention ; $32 million for research ; $30 million for facilities and equipment ; and almost $8.8 million for unrestricted use There are 234 new scholarships boosting the total of scholarships and fellowships to 1 548. The new, $25 million Psychology and Communication Sciences and Disorders Building was officially dedicated on Nov. 19, 2001. The building spans 113 000 square feet and boasts state-of the-art research facilities. Besides undergraduate and graduate classes, at least 200 patients will be seen in the CSD clinics each week In addition there is a Veteran's Administration audiology clinic ; a United Cerebral Palsy clinic that serves children up to age 3 ; an on-site preschool for children with communication disorders ; and research labs and clinics for the communications disorders and psychology departments. The Tampa Bay History Center gave USF $1 million to its Resource Center for Florida History and Politics The $2 million total endowment will qualify for a $2 million match from the State of Florida Endowment earnings will be used to offer educational opportunities for local residents, including the development of supplemental educational materials to help educators teach students about Florida and Tampa Bay history *Total Personnel Headcount excludes Student Assistants and CWSP; "Other" total includes Librarians Adjuncts Graduate Assistants OPS Grad Fellows and Housestaff. UNNERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 21

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CAMPUS BOARDS CAMPUS E X ECUTI V E OFFICER i---USF ST PETERSBURG CAMPUS EXE C UTI V E OFFICER USF SARASOT Al MANATEE CAMPUS E X ECUTI V E OFFICER USF LAKELAND November 2001 E X ECUTI V E V ICE PRESIDENT A ND CHIEF FINAN CIAL OFFICER i V I C E PRESIDENT RESE A R C H I i V ICE PRESIDENT !,_ ........ .__s_T_uD_E_N_T_A_F_F_A-IR_s .... V ICE PRESIDENT ,....... ADMINISTRATIVE i,.! SERVICES DIRECTOR \. ..... INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 ORGANIZATIONAL CHART FALL 2001 UNIVER S ITY BO AR D O F TRUSTEES UNIVERSITY PRE S IDENT AND CO RPORATE SECRETA RY PRO VOS T A ND V ICE PRESIDENT CO LLE GE OF ARTS & SCIENCES COLL E G E OF V I SUAL AND 1 ..... COLLEGE OF BUSINE SS ADMINISTRATION COL LE GE OF EDUCATION COL LEGE O F ENGINEERING PERF O RMING AR T S 1 I SCHOOL OF A R C HITE C TURE FLORID A MENTAL HE A LTH INST ITUTE ACAD EMI C SUPPOR T UN IT S V I CE PRESIDENT HE A LTH SC I E N CES C ENTER COLLEGE OF MEDICINE COLLEGE OF NURSIN G COLLEG E OF PUBLIC HEALTH V I CE PRESIDENT ADVA N CEMEN T DIRECTOR. BOARD OF TRUSTEES OPERATIONS GENERAL CO UN SE L ASSOC VIC E PRESIDENT GOVERNMENTAL RELATI O N S INSP E C TOR GE NERAL 22

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES President .......... .............. ..... .................................. .............. ............................ JUDY GEN SHAFT Dean (Interim) ...................................... .... ............................. ... ...................... RENU KHATOR General Counsel (Interim) .......... ...... .... ...... ...... ........ .............. ...... ........ ...... ...... R. B. FRIEDLANDER Asso c iate Dean Graduate & Undergraduate Studies .......... MARK AMEN / BRUCE COCHRANE Associate Vice President Governmental Relations .. .. ...... ............... KATHLEEN A. BETANCOURT Associate Dean Facult y & Program De ve l op ment.. ...... .. ............ .... ................ KATHLEEN HEIDE Director Board of Trustees Operations ................................................ ....................... CINDY VISOT Associate Dean Resear c h & S c holarship ........ ........................ .................. SANDRA SCHNEIDER Director Intercollegiate Athletics .......................................... .............................. LEE ROY SELMON Director Budgets ..................................... ....... ......... ....................... .............. NANCY SERRANO Inspector General .................... ....... ...... .............. ....... .................. ............. ........ ......................... TBA Director Computing .................... .............. ..... ........ ........ ............... .............. CRAIG WOOLLEY Director, Development Office ........... .. ......... ...... ................ .......... ...... ............. TRACY MUIR BUDGETS, HUMAN RESOURCES AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Director Facilities ........... ....... ............. ....... ................. ........................ . ..... ...... ... KOFI GLOVER Director Science Advising Center ......... ................. ............... ........................ MYRTICE LANDERS Executive Vice President and CFO .................................................................. CARL P. CARLUCCI Associate Vice President Budget and Policy Analysis ......................... PAULA VARNES FUSSELL Associate Vice President Human Resources ..................... ..... ............ .......... TRUDIE E. FRECKER Associate Vice President Information Technologies ......................................... GEORGE W ELLIS Assistant Vice President ........................ ........ ............................................... CLAIRE S ROBINSON Director Central Florida Regional Data Center ....................... .............................. JOHN JACKSON Director, Employment Services .............. .......... ............ ...... ............. ......... MARY ALICE ALBRIITON Director Health Sciences Center Human Resources .............................................. BRIAN ALLMAN Director Institutional Research ............................ ........... ....................................... JON W. BLADES Director Organization Development & Training ......................................... ... SANDRA M COOPER Coordinator Victims Advocacy Program ................... .... ......................... .. .. ... MARY SAMUEL REID Chairpersons: Africana Studies ... ............................... ............................. ................. ... ....... TRE V OR PURCELL Anthropology ................... ...................... ..................................................... LINDA WHITEFORD Biology .......... ........... .... ...... .............................. ...... ............ ........... ..................... SIDNEY PIERCE Chemistry ..... ................. .... .... ...................... ............ ...... .................. MICHAEL ZAWOROTKO Communication (Interim) ............. ................ ... ....................... ....... .................... ........ DAVID PAYNE Communication Sciences & Disorders .. .............................. .................... ARTHUR M. GUILFORD Criminology ............................. ............... ...... ................... ................. .......... M. DWAYNE SMITH English ....... ................. ...................... ..................... ..... .............. ..... .... .... ...... ..... STEVEN RUBIN Environmental Science & Policy ........... ................ ...... ..... .......................... ROBERT BRINKMANN Geography ...... ................................. ... ..... ................ ........ .................................... KEVIN ARCHER Geology ................................................... ................ .......... .. .. ... . .................... CHUCK CONNOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Gerontology ...................................... .... ...... ....................... ................. ....... ..... WILLIAM HALEY Government & International Affairs ........... ................ ...... .................... .... ........... MOHSEN MILANI Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs .................................................. S DAVID STAMPS Vice Provost ............... ................ ............ .... ............ .............................. .. .. CATHERINE BATSCHE Vice Provost ...... .......... ................ ............... ....................... ................ ... TENNYSON J. WRIGHT Assistant Provost.. .............................. .............. ..... ..... ......................................... PHILIP L SMITH Associate Vice President Diversity & Equal Opportunity .. ................................ .DEBORAH LOVE Assistant Vice President ................................................................ ........... KATHLEEN M MOORE Assistant Vice President ........ ...... ....... ........ ................ .. .... .. .. ........ ........................ CAROL J ROLF Directors : Academic Computing .................... ............... ....................... .. ............................. J. A. LLEWELLYN Center for Teaching Enhancement. ............. ............................ ............. ... .......... ...... JAMES EISON Coalition for Science Literacy ........................................................................ GERRY G. MEISELS Community lnitiative ............. ....... .................. ................ .............. ..... CAROL McKINNON LEWIS Florida Institute of Oceanography ...................................................................... JOHN C. OGDEN Florida Policy Exchange Center on Aging ................... ...... ................ .................. LARRY POLIVKA Institute on Aging .......... ...... ............................................ .... ........................ JAMES A. MORTIMER Institute on Black Life .... ............ ........................ ........................................ GEOFFREY OKOGBAA Institutional Effectiveness .......... ..... ......................................................... ...... DANIEL GARDNER History ......... ..... ........... ...... ......... ....... ............................................. ... ........ ... .. WILLIAM MURRAY Humanities & American Studies .................................... ....... ............. ........ PRISCILLA BREWER Mathematics ....... ........... ... ................. ............................................... ......... MARCUS McWATERS Philosophy ....................................... ...... ... ............................ ... .... ..... ....... ........ STEPHEN TURNER Physics .......... ....... .............................................. ....... ...................... ................... ROBERT CHANG Psychology ............................................... .. .............. .................. .................. EMANUEL DONCHIN Rehabilitation Counseling ......................... .. .......... ................ ..... ....... ................ WILLIAM EMENER Religious Studies .... ...................................... ...... .......... ... ...... ................. DANNY JORGENSEN Sociology ...................................... ................. ....... ................... ...... ........... MARALEE MAYBERR Y Women's Studies .................................... ........... ................ .. ........ .................... OFELIA SCHUITE World Language Education .................................. .... ......................... .............. VICTOR PEPPARD Directors : Institute of Government ..................... . ..................................... .................. V IRGINIA HARRELL School of Mass Communications ...... ............................................................. JAY FRIEDLANDER School of Library & Information Scien ces ...... ........ .......... ........... ...... ................ V ICKI GREGOR Y School of Social Work .......... .......... .. .. ...... .. ...... ..... .......................... .............. JEAN AMUSO College of Arts & Scien ces Community Initiative ...................... ... .......... .... ........ ..... ROBIN JONES Dean International Affairs ......................................................... ...... ............... JOANN McCARTHY Dean, Library System (Acting) ................................. ...... ..................... .................. DERRIE PEREZ UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 23

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (CONTINUED) Dean ............ ..................... . . ........ .... .... . ........ .......... ........ ......... .... ROBERT L. ANDERSON Florida Center for the Stud y of Technolog y in Ph ysical A ctiv it y ........... ...... MICHAEL STEWART Associate Dean for Academic Programs & Budgets ........... ......... ..... ........ RICHAR D L. MEYER Florida Diagn o stic Learning & Resource System ........... ...... ............................. KAREN MOFFITT Associate Dean for Public Affairs ....................................... .... ......... ........ RICHARD T BOWERS Graduate Programs ........ ...... .... ...... ........ .............. ..... .... ..... ........ C ONSTANCE V HINES Chairpersons: Greater Tampa Bay Special Education C o nsortium ..... ............ .. ....... BETTY EPANCHIN Economics . ............ ........................................ ....... ......... ........... .......... JOSEPH S DE SALVO Institute for At-Risk Infants Children & Youth and Their Families .......................... L YNN LA V EL Y Finance ....... .... .... .... ......... ..... ...... ........... ...... ...... .............. .................. ...... SCOTT BESLEY Institute for Instructi o nal Research & Pra ctic e ...................... .......................... .... L YNN LA V EL Y Information Systems/ Decision Sciences ................ . ................ ...... .............. S TANLEY BIRKIN Institute for School Reform Integrated Services & Management ..... .... ..................... .... .......... ........ ........... ......... .... ...................... G ALAN BALF OUR Child Mental Health & Educat i on Policy ..... .......... ........ GEORGE BA TSCHE / HOWIE KNOFF Marketing ........................ ............ ........... .... ....... .......... ........ ........ ......... WILLIAM B L O CANDER National Resource Center for M i ddle Grades / Directors : High School Education ....... .................. .... .... ..................... .......... ........ ..... SANDRA SCHURR Center for Economic Development Research .................. ..... ... .. KENNETH F WIEAND Carousel ... ..... ....... .......................................... ........ ....... ... .................. BREND A TOWNSEND Center for International B usiness ....... .... ................ ..... .... .... .................... ...... J OHN HODGSON School Management Institute ................. .......... ..... ...... ............. ........ . KAROLYN J SN Y DER MBA Programs ..... .... ........ ..... ........... ..... ....... ...... ........... ........ ............ STEVEN A BAUMGARTEN South Florida Edu c ational Planning Coun c il .......... ..... ........ ......... ..... .... ...... . DICK J PUGLISI S choo l of Accountancy . ..... . . ..... . . .... ..... ....... ....... .............. .. ............ .. ROBERT M KEITH S tavros Center for Free Enterprise & Ec o nomi c Education ........ ............. .... ...... DICK J PUGLISI Small Business Development Center .......... .... ..... .... ... ... .... ........... ................... IRENE HURST Student Academ i c Services ............. ..... ...................... ......... ................... .... .... DIANE BRISCOE Undergraduate Advising .................... .. ...... .... ..... ............... ......... ........ J ACQUELINE NEL S ON S unCoast Area Teacher T rai n ing ( SCA TT ) .......... ..... ..................... ..... ..... ............ J E AN LINDER SunCoast Area Teacher Training Center for E x c elle n c e ...... .... .... ........................... . .... TBA Techno l ogy S e rv ices & Resour c es ( Interim) ............ . ....................... ...... .... SCOTT SIEFRIET COLLEG E OF EDUCATION U pward Bound ...... ..... ... ................... ........................... ........ .... ........ ...... ROBERT DA V I S USF Preschool for Creati v e Learning ( F o rmerly Edu c ational Dean (Interim) ......... ....... ....... .. .. .......... . . ............. ..... ........... ................. H EDWIN STEINER Associate Dean Research ..... ....... ....... . ....... ........... ............. ............................. ..... ........ ... TBA Research Center for Chi l d Dev e l opment) .............. ... ...... ..... ............ .... ... PAMELA FLEEGE Very Special Arts of Flor ida ( FDLRS) ................... .... ......... ....... ..... ............ ........ GA Y DRENNON Associate Dean, Academic Affairs ....... ... ....... ....... .... ................. ............. CONSTANCE V. HINES Assistant Dean Education / Business Partnerships .......... ............................ .... DICK J PUGLISI Associate Dean Teacher Education ............................ ... ....... ........ .... ..... ......... HILDA ROSSELLI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Chairperson s : Childhood / Language Arts / Reading Education (Interim) ... ........ ............ . .... ...... MARCIA MANN Dean ...... .... ....... ...... ........... ............... ....... ............... ............... LOUIS A M ARTIN -V EGA Educatio n al Measurement & Resea r ch ............ ............... ..... ............ ....... ........ .... BRUCE HALL Associate Dean for Academi c s ..... .......... ......... ...... ..... ............ .................. CARLOS A. S M ITH Leadership Development ... ........ ................. ................... ....... .......... ... ............... B ILL Y OUNG Associate Dean for Research ....... .............. .... ............... ............... ROBERT P CARNAHAN P sychological & S ocial Foundations (Interim) .............................................. ..... HAR O LD KELLER Chairpersons : School of P hysical Education Wellness & Sports Studies ........ .... ..... ..... MICHAEL STEWART Chemical Engineer i ng ( Interim ) . ............ ..... .... ..... ........... ....... ...... .... ....... STANLE Y KRANC Secondary Education . .......... .......... ........................... ............... ...... .. ... ........ CARINE FEYTEN Civil and Environmental Eng i neering ............. ........ ........... ....... ...... ... WILLIAM C CARPENTER Special Education .. ... ...... ....... ............. ..... ............. ..................... ...... ........ .DAPHNE THOMAS Computer Scien c e & Engineering .... .... . ......... .... ........ ... ABRAHAM KANDEL Directors : Electrical Engineering .................................. .... ..... ...... ........ .......... ...... ...... E .K. STEFANAKOS Area Center for Educational Enhancement ..... .................................... MARTHA RICHARDSON Industrial and Management S y stems Engineering ......... ...... ....... ....... ............ PAU L E GIV ENS David C. Anchin Center for Advancement of Teaching ......... ........ ....... .... BILL KATZENME Y ER Mechanical Engineerin g .................................... ....... ..... .... . ...... ................... RAJI V DUBE Y Centers of Emphasis ....... ..... .............. ...... ........... ..... ....... ........ ................... ..... JACK GRISHAM Directors : Center for the Study of Child-Writing . ....... .... ......... ....... ....... ........... ... .. JEN I FER S CHNEIDER Center for Microele c troni c s Resear c h ( A c ting ) ...................... ..... ................ M ICHAEL G KO V AC Center for the Study of Migrant Education ....... ................. ....... ....... ANN CRANSTON GINGRAS Center for Urban Transportati o n Resear c h ............. ........ ... . ......... EDWARD MIERZEJEWSK I C h il d r en's Center .................................................. ...... ............ .... ...... ....... ............. KOFI MARFO Dev elopment .............................................. ... . .................. ................ ALICIA SLATER HAASE College Reach-Out. ................ ..................... ..................... ....... ......... .................. ROBERT DAVIS Florida Engineering Edu c ati o n Deli v ery S y stems ....... ...... ...... .... ....... ................ SALL Y SZ Y DLO Development .... .............. .......... ........................... . ..... ............. .... ......... ..... JOE TOMAINO Student S ervices Florida Center for Instruct i onal Technolog y .......... ........ .......... . .... ....... ...... ROY WINKELMAN Ad v ising & Academ ic s ................. ....... .... . . ......... .......... .......... .... KA THERINE JOHNSON Rec ruitment & Retention / M EP ........ ............. ........ .... .... .... .......... .......... ..... E V A C FERNANDE Z UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 24

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL COLLEGE OF VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS GRADUATE STUDIES Dean ...... ................................ .. .......... ..... ......... ........ . ............. ......................... RON L JONES JR De a n ......................................... ...... ............. .......................................... ........ DALEE. JOHNSON Associate Dean ...... ........... .................... ............................ ...................... ............. JANET MOORE As soc iat e Dea n ............................... ....... ......... ......... ..... ................... ...... ....... CARNOT NELSON Visual Airs: Dir ec t or, Graduate Admis s i o ns .... ..... ..................... ........ ....... ........... ............ PA TRICIA PE K OVS KY Division Coordinator ................ ........... .... ....... ............. ..... .... .................. ..... WALLACE WILSON Dir ec tor Gra d uate Enro llment & An a lysi s ....... ...................... ................ C H A RLES V ANDERFORD Art Department Chair .......... .... ........................ ......... ................ .............. WALLACE WILSON C oordina t o rs : Institute for Research in Art Director A c ademi c Serv ice s .................. .......... .................... ............... .................. CAROL HINES -C OBB Contemporary Art Museum Graphi c studi o .......... ............. .................. MARGARET MILLER A dmi n i st r ati v e Se rv i ce s ..................... ............. ....... ............ ...................... ... HENRIETTA GLO W Performing Arts : Multicultural Gradu a t e Pr og ram ... ........................... ................... ....... ........ . ....... ........ ROD HALE Division Coordinator ................ ................. .. ... .......... ... ...... . ................... CHRISTOPHER DOANE S c ho o l of Archite c ture & Co mmunit y Des i g n : Dance Department (Interim Chair) ....... ........... ....... ....................................... JANET MOORE Dir ec tor ...... ..................... ............ ................................... ....... ...... ..... ................ STE V E SCHREIBER School of Music Director ..... ......................... .......... ... ............... .......... CHRISTOPHER DOANE Theatre Department (Interim Chair) ............. ........... ......... .......................... ......... BARTON LEE Coordinators / Directors: Development ...... .... ....... .......... ........ ............... ........... ...... ......... ................... C Y NTHIA HAFFEY UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE RELATIONS Computer Serv i ces .... ..... . ........ .... ...... ................ ... ... .............. .......... .... ........... LU IS RIVEROS Dea n ..... .......................... ....... ........ ................... ...... ................... ........ ..... W ROBERT SULLINS Ass oc iat e D e an ........ ................... ............. .............. ...... ..... ....... ............. C URTIS W. W IENKER FLORIDA MENTAL HEAL TH INSTITUTE Associate Dean ........ .... ............... ......... ............................. ................. ........ STUART SIL V ER M AN Dire c tors : Evaluat io n & Testing .............. ...... ............. ......................... ...... .................. ..... TERESA FLATEB Y Honors at USF ................ ............... ..... ...................................................... STUART SIL V ERMAN Dean ....... ........... ..................... ................... ........ ................ ............................. DAVID L. SHERN M ilitary / ROTC : Associate Dean ..................... .......... ............... ........ .... ......... . ..... .......... ........ ............. ......... TBA Air Force ROTC .... ...... ...... ............... ... .. ................ ..... ....... ........... LT COL ROBERT C ONNELL Assistant Dean ... ........... ................ ....... .... .... .... ......... ......... .... ......... .... ...... .. CYNTHIA J. STARK Arm y ROTC ........................ ................. ............................... ..... ........... ...... L TC JOSEPH KOO LS Director Administration ..... .................... ............... ..................... .............. ............. FRANCIS PARIS Chairpersons: Aging & Mental Health ........ ............ ............ .... ......... ................ ..... ...... ....... LARRY DUPREE Child & Family Studies .................. ...... ...... .... .... ............ ......................... ..... ROBERT FRIEDMAN EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH Mental Health Law & Policy ................. ... ....... ....... ........... ..... ....... .... ....... ..... JOHN PETRILA Directors: Center for Autism & Related Disorders ...................... ............... ...... .................... GLEN DUNLAP Clini c al Ps y chology Internship Program ......... ....................... .......... ..... .... RICHARD WEINBERG Communications ...... .... ......... ....... .................................. .......... .................. PATRICE TE LEONE Development .... ......... ..... ..... .... ..... ........... ............ .............. .................... BARBARA BURNHAM Multi c ultural Mental Health Program ................. ..................... ..... ........ .......... RICHARD BRISCOE Professional Development Center ........................................... ............................. JOHN MULLINS Resear c h & Training Center for Children s Mental Health ......... . ............................................... ............. ..................... ROBERT FRIEDMAN The USF Center for HIV Education & Research ................ ...... ..................... .... MICHAEL KNO X D e an ................. ............ ...... ............. ....................... ............ .... .................. ......... BARBARA EMIL Dire c t o r Business & Finan c ial Servi ce ....................................... ....... ..... .......... ...... DAVID BAIRD Dire c tor, Resear c h and De v el o pmen U E x t ern al Partnership ............ .... ......... .... ... L Y NN REJNIA K D irec tor Program De v el opme nt .................... ............ .......... LARR Y Mc LAUGHLIN Int ern ati o n a l D i stan ce Lea rnin g & R e s e ar c h .................. ..... ..... .......... .... . MIC H A EL CHURTON DepartmenUUnit Administr ato rs : Conferen c es & I n sti t utes ................................................. ........ .................. L A UR A ELLENBURG Dis t a n c e L earn ing Facu lty S u pp o rt ................. ................................. ......... ... ........ SUSAN ZUC KER Dist a n c e L e arnin g Student Supp o rt ................................ ... ....... ....................... CAROL H A RNEIT Profes s ional & Workfor c e De ve lopm e nt ........................ ....... ..... ........... ......... MIKE PH EN EGER Mar k eting & C o mmunicati o ns ........ .......... .... ................ ......... ..... ELISSA HENDERSON Pre-C o llege & C o mmunit y Outrea c h ...... ..... ........... ....... ..... .............................. JEAN CALANDRA UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 25

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL MEDICAL AFFAIRS HEAL TH SCIENCES CENTER COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, CONTINUED Vice President ....... ..... ............... .... .............. .... ...... ........ ..... .... ........ ROBERT M DAUGHERTY Directors: Executive Associate Vice President for Health Sciences ........ ....... .......... GREGORY R. NICOLOSI Admissions ........ .... ......... ..................... ..... ................ .. ... ..... ....... ................. ROBERT E LARKIN Associate Vice President for Advancement ... ......... ..... ..... ........ ..... .... ................. MICHAEL HOAD Area Health Education Center ... ............... .... .... .... .......... .... ................. .... CYNTHIA S. SELLECK Associate Vice President for Business Affairs & Technology ............. ........... JOANN M STROBBE Business Affairs ........... ....... ...... ............ ........ ........... ........... .................... ..... ..... JEAN G. NIXON Associate Vice President for Faculty Affairs ........... .... ................. ..... ..... ......... ... PAULA N KNAUS Compliance Services ... .................... .......... . ...... ........ .... ..... ........................ PATRICIA J BICKEL Associate Vice President for Interdisciplinary Oncology Programs ....... ...... .. WILLIAM S DAL TON Continuing Professional Education .................... ........ .... ........ ............. DEBORAH SUTHERLAND Associate Vice President for Organizational Development ..... .............. KATHLEEN A. CONABOY Suncoast Gerontology ................................ ....... ....... .............. .... .................. ERIC A. PFEIFFER Associate Vice President for Strategic Planning & Analysis .......... ............... PATRICIA C. HAYNIE USF Physicians Group .. ......... .... .......... ...... ......... ..... ........... ........ ............ ....... BRIAN T SMITH Assistant Vice President for Development .......... .... ....... .... ARTEMISE ARTY" GIALLOURAKIS Chairpersons: Assistant Vice President for Information Services (Interim) ..... ....... ........ ......... MICHAEL HUDSON Anatomy .... ......... ................. .... ..... ..... ............... .... ...................... CHRISTOPHER P PHELPS Assistant Vice President for Operations & Budgets ... .... . .... . ...... .... ................. JOHN P. LISTON Anesthesiology .......... ............. ......... ......... ........ ..... ..... ..... .............................. JOHN B DOWNS Directors : Biochemistry & Molecular Biology ............... ..... .......... ........ .............. LARRY P SOLOMONSON Ambulatory ......... ............ ........ ............ ...... .......... ..... ....... ......... . ... ...... BARBARA C CORDELL Family Medicine ...................... .... ............... ....................... .... .... ........ H JAMES BROWNLEE, JR Central Services ................................ ............. ............ ................ ..... ........ ... WAYNE A SPANTON Interdisciplinary Oncology .............................. ..... ... .. ............... .................. WILLIAM S DAL TON Comparative Biomedicine ....... ..... .... ..... ....... ............ ...... ... ..... ....... .... ROBERT W. ENGELMAN Internal Medicine .... ................................... ............ ........... ..................... ....... ALLAN L. GOLDMAN Development ......... ............... .... ..... ...... .................. ...... .... ....... ..... .................. HIRAM R GREEN Medical Microbiology & Immunology ... ............... ...... ..... ....... ....... ...... ........ HERMAN FRIEDMAN Human Resources ... ............................................... ................. ....... ......................................... TBA Neurology (Interim) .......... .... ................. ........................... ....... .......... ............ PETER B. DUNNE Library/Media Center. ........................ ..... ................... ........... ..... .... ... BEVERLY A. SHATTUCK Neurosurgery .... ............. .............. ..................... ............ ........ ........................... DAVID W CAHILL Medical Health Administration/OSHA ........ ......... ...... .... ....... ... ..... . .... .... DELORES 0 CRAIG Obstetrics/Gynecology ..................... ............... . ......... ....... ................... WILLIAM N. SPELLACY Public Affairs ......................... ..... ................ ........... ....... ........................... ANNE DeLOTTO-BAIER Ophthalmology .... ........... .............. ......... ............. .... ........ ..... ....... .......... ....... PETER R. PAVAN Otolaryngology . ....... .... .... ........................... .. .. .. ... .... ..... ................... THOMAS V Mc CAFFREY Pathology & Laboratory Medicine .... ............. .......... ............. ..... ............. ...... SANTO V NICOSIA COLLEGE OF MEDICINE Pediatrics .............. ........................ ........... .... .... ........................ ..... ROBERT D. CHRISTENSEN Pharmacology & Therapeutics ................ ............ .... .... ........ .... .... ......... ............. LYNN WECKER Dean .......... ............... ..... ..... ................... ................. ...... . .... ............... ROBERT M. DAUGHERTY Physiology & Biophysics (lnterim) ......... ...... ......... ......... ..... ........ ...... ............. ROGER SHANNON Associate Dean for Academic Affairs ..... ........ .......................... ....... .... ....... ..... JOHN S. CURRAN Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine ... ................ ....... .......................... ....... ANTHONY J READING Associate Dean for Business Affairs & Technology ........... ..... ................. .... JOANN M STROBBE Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs ... ... ....................... ....... .... .......... ..... ... ......... ROBERT A CLARK Radiology ..... .......... ......... .... ............. ... ............. ....... ..... ........ ..... ............. .... ROBERT A. CLARK Surgery .... . .......................... ......... ........ ........................ ................................. RICHARD C KARL Associate Dean for Clinical Outreach ...................... ..... ...... ... ......... ...... RICHARD P HOFFMANN School of Physical Therapy : Associate Dean for Curriculum & Medical Education ...... ..... ......... ................ PAUL M WALLACH Director ........ ........ ...... .... ... .............. ................ ..... ....... ................. ...... MARTHA A CLENDENIN Associate Dean for Diversity Initiatives ............... .......... ..... ....... ........ ........ MARVIN T WILLIAMS Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs ............ ..... .... . ............ ..... ....... ................. .... PAULA N KNAUS Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education .... .... .... ............ ..... .... ..... ...... PETER J FABRI Academic Concentration: Ethics/Professional Issues ... ...................... .................... ....... ..... ...... ...... ... .... LAURA L. SWISHER General Practice/Clinical Outcomes ......... .... .......... ..... ................. .... ............... RICK W WILSON Associate Dean for Research & Graduate Affairs .... .... .... ..... ..... JOSEPH J KRZANOWSKI, JR. General Practice/Higher Education ......................... ....... ....... ... ....... .... ..................... IAN A. ROSS Associate Dean for Student Affairs ............................ .... .... .......... ........ ...... STEVEN C SPECTER Health & Wellness ............................................................. ........ ................. MURRAY E MAITLAND Assistant Dean for Admissions ...... ............ ... ... ..... ............. ............ ...... JOHN R. ACKERMANN Osteoarthritis/Clinical Biomechanics/Kinesiology ......................... ..... ....... MURRAY E. MAITLAND Assistant Dean for Clinical Outreach ........ .................... ........... .... ............. . HEIDI M STEPHENS Professional Issues/Higher Education ............ ......... ..... .... .... .......... ..... .... CATHERINE G PAGE Assistant Dean for Special Projects ......... ............ ......... ... ............ .............. KAREN M BURDASH Assistant Dean for Student Affairs ............ ..... .......... ..... ......... ............... CAROLYN W NICOLOSI Spinal Orthopedics / Professional Issues .... ......... ................. ...... ...... .... THERESA J KRAEMER Sports Injuries & Physical Rehabilitation ... ...... ....... ....... ............. ............ MURRAY E MAITLAND Sports Psychology / Counseling ....................... ............ ....... .. .. ... ....... ............. ..... KEIBA L. SHAW UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 26

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL COLLEGE OF NURSING Dean ..................... ................................ ............. .. ............ .......... ...... ....... ...... PATRICIA A. BURNS Associate Dean for Academic Affairs ................................... .................... JUDITH H. KARSHMER Assistant Dean for Academic Services ......... ...... ............................... PATRICIA MARTINI CLARK Assistant to the Dean (Admin Services ) ........ .......... .. .. .......... ...... ........ ............ ANNE K PHILLIPS Dire ctors: Continuing Education Program ................................................................... PATRICIA A GORZKA Evaluation .......... ...... ....... .............. ................................ ....................... ... CECILE A. LENGACHER Doctoral Program / Research Center .................. .. .. .. .. ........ .. ...................... .......... MARYE. EVANS Educational Outreach ... ....... ...... ............. .................... ...... ............ ............ BARBARA A. REDDING Primary Care Program .............................. .. .. .......... ...... ............ ..... MARY ANN KRISMAN-SCOTT Undergraduate Program .... ..... .......... ... ...... ............. ................ ..................... CANDACE M BURNS COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEAL TH Dean ................................ ........ .. ...................... .............................................. CHARLES S MAHAN Associate Dean .......................... ........................ ...................... ............ ............ PHILLIP J MARTY Associate Dean ........................... ... .. .. .................................. ... .......... ...... ........ ELIZABETH GULITZ Assistant Dean ............ ...... ............. ..... .................................... ....................... ...... SUSAN WEBB Chairpersons : Community & Family Health .................................... ........................ ...... ROBERT J McDERMOTT Environmental & Oc cupatio nal Health ...... ...................... ...... ................................ ANN DeBALDO Epidemiology & Biostatistics (Interim) ....................................... ................................. CLIFF BLAIR Health Policy & Management (Interim) .... ... ..................... ...... .................... ....... BARBARA ORBAN USF AT ST. PETERSBURG Campus E x ecutive Offi cer and Vice President ............................................... H WILLIAM HELLER Associate Vice President Academic Affairs ...................................... WINSTON T BRIDGES JR Associate Vice President Administration and Finance ................ ............... HERMAN J BRAMES Associate Vice President, Advancement (Interim) .......... ...................... ....... H WILLIAM HELLER Associate Vice President Student Affairs .................... .............. ...... .................. STEPHEN RITCH Director : Poynter Library .. ... ................................... ................. ....... ........... ................. KA THY ARSENAULT Coordinator: Public Relations ........ ............... ................................................ .................. DEBORAH KURELIK College of Marine Science Dean ......... ................................................................... PETER BETZER UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Chief E xecutive Officer Associate Dean Directors : USF AT SARASOTA-MANATEE ................................ LAUREY STRYKER ... ...................... ..... ..... ........... ......................... PETER FRENCH Student Services ..... ........................................ ... .. .................. ... ........ ............. ... PAM DOERR Business Services ................ ................................................................................. BEN ELLINOR Campus Computing ... ............ .. .................. .. ......... ..................... ... ........... DUFF COOPER Advancement.. .. .............. .. .. .. .. .................. .. ............................. .. ....... ALEXIS UPH AM Coordinator : Public Relations ... ............ .. ......... .... .. ............ ELLEN W ILE USF AT LAKELAND Campus E xec uti v e Officer and Dean ................................ ............ ............. L. PRESTON MERCER Assistant Dean Academic Affairs ................. .................. ........ ........ .................... ALICE MURRA y Directors: Business & Finan cial Affairs .............................. ........ .. ............ JOSH BRESLER Assocate Vice President Campus Planning & Dev elopment.. ........ ........... BERNARD A MACKEY Associate Director : University Relations .... ................... .... .............. .. ...... WHITNEY GASTON Coordinators: Media Services ..... ....... ....... ..... .............. .. ........ KAREN KON RA TH Student Recruitment .... .............. ........ ................. ...... ... SAMANATHA LANE Student Services / Registar ...................................... .... .. ...... .................. WILLETTE ROACH System Adminstration Computing .................. ............... ........ .. ........... JOSEPH R. STANABACK ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Vice President....... .. ........ ...................... ............................................. ALBERT C HARTLEY Associate Vice President.. ......................................... .. ................... ...... RICKARD FENDER Executive Assistant ..................... ............................... ............................... SHEILA K. HOLBROOK Directors: Auxiliary Services ............ .. ................ .................... ... .. ........... ........ JEFF MACK Environmental Health Safet y & Risk Management .................. ......... ...... ............ TERRY DOWDY Facilities Planning & Construction .................................................. .......................... STEVEN GIFT Physical Plant ........ ..... ............. ...... ....................... ... .......................................... ADRIAN CUARTA University Police ........ .. ...................... ....................... .................. PAUL A. URAVICH Purchasing and Finan cial Services ................................. ............. ............ .............. ERIC WALDEN Sun Dome Inc .................................................................................................. MICHAEL LAPAN 27

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL OFFICE OF RESEARCH UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT Vice President ( Interim) ..................... ................ ............................ ............. ... BRUCE G LINDSE Y V ice President ....... .. .............. ...... ........ .................................................. MICHAEL RIERSON Assistant Vice President & Director Sponsored Research .............................. PRISCILLA POPE Associate Vice President Development ........ ............ ....................................... V ICKI MITCHELL Executive Assistant Administration ............. .................. ....... .......................... RHONDA HENDRIX Associate Vice President Publi c Affairs .. .................. .. .. ............ ... ....................... KAREN CLARKE Executive Assistant Finance ...................... ........................................................ JOANNE BR Y AN Asso c iate Vice President Alumni Affairs ................................ ................ .................... LISA LEWIS Executive Director, Patents & Licensing / USF Research Foundation ........ .... ...... ALLEN KRANTZ Associate Vice President, Business and Financial Affairs ............................ ........... JOHN SCOTI Executive Director Florida Institute of Phosphate Research ............ .......... ...... PAUL CLIFFORD Assistant Vice President Advancement Services.. ..... .. ...................... VICKY MEDLOCK Director Comparative Medicine .. .............. ........................................... ROBERT W ENGLEMAN E x e c utive Director Community Relations .. .................................. COLETIE GLOVER-HANNAH Director Research Compliance .............................................. ....... ...... .......... DENNIS FREEMAN Director of Media Relations ................ ..... ................ ....... .............................. .. .... MICHAEL REICH Director of Marking .. ........................................................... ...... ........ ................. DAN CASS EDA y Publications Director ........... .... ........................................... ........................ MARILYN STEPHENS STUDENT AFFAIRS Public Broadcasting, General Manager .............. ............... .... ........ ......................... JAMES HECK Vice President ......... ........... ................................ ....... ................................... .... HAROLD L. NIXON Associate Vice President Student Life & Wellness .................... .... ................... WILMA J HENRY Associate Vice President Enrollment Planning & Management ........... DOUGLAS HARTNAGEL Assistant Vice President, Academic Support & Achievement ......................... THELMA BENTON Dean Student Judicial Services .............................................. ........................ ANTHONY JOINER Dean Student Relations ............................. ...................... ........................ ..... ................... ..... TBA Associate Dean Student Relations ...... ............ ........ .......................... SAMUEL LAMAR WRIGHT Directors: Admissions ..... ..... .......................................................... ........ ............. ........ DEWEY HOLLEMAN Adult & Transfer Student Services ........................................................ ......... ..... MARSHA LOGAN Business Financial & Auxiliary Servi ce ........ ......................................................... ..... LUZ ARCILA Campus Recreation .............. ..... ................................... ............ ......... ........... ANDREW HONKER Career Resource Center .................................. ......... ...... ................................. DREMA HOWARD Counseling Center for Human Development ................................................. WILLIAM D ANTON Disabilities Ser'1ices ............................................................. ................ .................. MARY SARVER Financial Aid .... ..................... ....... ............. ...... ...... ......... ..... .................. ............ LEONARD GUDE Marshall Center ..... .................................... ........... .... ..... ......... .. .. ...... ...................... GUY CONWAY New Student Orientation ........... ..... ................... ........ ..... ................. .......... ...... ..... JUDY LUEDTKE Registrar ........ ....... ..... ............ .................................. .................... ................... ANGELA DEBOSE Residence Halls .... .......................... .............. ............................................................. TOM KANE Student Academic Support System .............................. .............. ... .. .. .. .. .......... ....... JANE G. REED Student Enrollment Communications Center ... ... .. .. ............... ... .............. ................. ALAN MURRY Student Health Services ........................................................... .... ... ....... ................... GIL TERENZI Student Publications ....................... ............... ............. .... ........ .................. ..... ..... JAY LAWRENCE

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FLORIDA STATE PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES Division of Colleges and Universities Florida A&M University Established 1887 University of South Florida Established 1956 New College of Florida Established as an independent institution in 2001 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Florida Gulf Coast University Establ i shed 1997 Glades Lee Hend ry University of North Florida Estab l ished 1965 University of Central Florida Establ i shed 1963 Broward lorida Atlantic University Establ i shed 1961 iversity Established 1965 29

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USF AS A PART OF THE STATE DIVISION OF COLLEGES & UNIVERSITY 2001-2002 Student Enrollment Headcount Fall Headcount Annual Unduplicated Headcount Student Credit Hours and FTE 2000/2001 Fundable Student Credit Hours (SCH) 2000/2001 Fundable FTE (excludes First Professional/MD) 2001/2002 Estimated Fundable SCH 2001/2002 Estimated Fundable FTE (excludes First Professional/MD) Degrees Awarded Bachelor Masters/Specialists Doctoral First Professional Faculty Ranked Faculty Tenure/Tenure Earning Ranked Faculty Operating Budgets State Appropriations All Sources Physical Characteristics Campus Acres of Land Number of Buildings Gross Square Footage 37 535 45,453 776,534 20,194 10 839,867 21, 841.60 4 ,641 1 710 158 90 1 498 1 203 $ 300 367 000 $ 675 826 000 4 1 ,931 368 7.8 million 235 597 291,811 5 752 530 148 936.85 6 ,101, 373 157 986.80 35,831 10, 655 1,211 1 248 9 070 7 896 $1, 913 ,711, 000 $ 4 236 872 000 21 12, 000 3 300 50 million 15. 93 % 15.58 % 13. 50 % 13 .56% 13.77% 13.82% 12. 95 % 16.05 % 13 05 % 7.21% 16 .52% 15 24 % 15. 70 % 15.95 % 19. 05 % 16.09% 11.15% 15. 60 % SOURCE : SUS Fact Book table 11, 12, 41, 53; SUS Approved Enroll Plan for 2002-2003 / 9-6 -01; Education Governance Reor ganizat ion T a s k For c e Brief /9 2 000 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 30

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LIBRARIES 2001-2002 Tampa Campus Libraries Date Library was Erected Total Volume Capacity of Library Total Seating Capacity of Library Number of Volumes Number of Serials Received Micro Forms All Types Total Library Expenditures NOTE : All data are as of June 30, 2000. SOURCE : University Library Tampa 1975 800,000 2,500 1,074,464 4,911 2,743 295 $9,213,985 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 FMHI Medical 1974 1975 10,654 125,000 27 350 23,017 132,707 134 1,378 634 0 $193 947 $2 166,755 Regional Campus Libraries St. Lakeland Sarasota Petersburg Totals 1991 1985 1996 28 000 375,010 300 000 150 361 650 2 922 264,015 187,286 1 684,411 190 1,852 1 ,851 10, 316 22,900 493 983 847,969 4, 108,781 $28,531 $1,012,603 $1,000 555 $13 618,376 31

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UNIVERSITY COMPUTING RESOURCES FALL 2001 Total University 13 613 Microcomputers Small Servers and Terminals 492 Minicomputers and Large Servers Central Florida Regional Data Center Host Processors: (1) IBM 9672 R32 Enterprise Server MVS OS/390 (1) SUN 3500 Solaris OS (2) SUN 5000 Solaris OS (1) SUN 6800 Solaris OS (30) IBM NT OS Direct Access Storage: Approximately 2+ terabytes installed Tape Storage: (16) 3480 Cartridge Devices Supporting 25 000 Volumes (1) IBM 3466 Tape System Supporting UNIX/NT Backups with 2 000 Volumes SOURCE : Information Technolog ies UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Networks: FIRN (Florida Information Resource Network) Member of Internet 2 Access: 100 Mbps FDDI Backbone Ethernet Dialup Modem Pools (56K Modems SLIP/PPP) Printers: (3) IBM 4245 Impact Pr i nter (1) Xerox 4850 Laser Output Printers (1) HP Laser Printer 32

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STUDENT HOUSING FALL 2001 Tampa Campus TAMPA Freshmen Junior Senior Graduate Total Beta 334 21 10 9 0 374 Castor 321 25 13 5 0 364 Delta 202 23 10 1 0 236 Epsilon 174 30 31 5 0 240 Eta 70 8 4 0 0 82 Iota 41 15 3 4 0 63 Kappa 226 13 7 0 0 246 Lambda 26 12 2 2 0 42 Magnolia 220 22 53 28 79 402 Mu 91 25 5 3 0 124 Theta 19 8 8 4 0 39 Zeta 74 6 1 1 0 82 Kosove 43 91 75 40 1 250 Holly 450 149 90 31 3 723 Village 89 77 149 80 8 403 TOTAL 2,380 525 461 213 91 3,670 2001 Fall On-Campus Residents are 62 10% female and 37.90% male; 44% minorities Most are aged 18-22 (slightly more than 5% are under 18 and slightly more than 5% over 22). More than 11% are from out-of-state (2% of those are from out-of-country) NOTE: Excludes 387 room capacity on the Sarasota Campus. SOURCE : USF Residence Services UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 33

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INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Athletic Director Lee Roy Selmon FALL 2001 Tampa Campus Deputy Director Corey Johnson Senior Associate Athletic Director Barbara Sparks-McGlinchy Associate Athletic Director Michael Kelly The University of South Florida is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Associate and the Conference USA and competes at the Division I Level of competition in the following sports: Men's Baseball Soccer Basketball Tennis Cross Count Track & Field: Football Outdoor Golf Head Coaches: Men's Sports Eddie Cardieri Baseball Seth Greenberg Basketball Greg Thiel Cross Country ; Track & Field Jim Leavitt Football Jim Fee Golf John Hackworth Soccer Don Barr Tennis Source: Intercollegiate Athletics UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Women's Softball Soccer Basketball Tennis Track & Field: Indoor & Outdoor Golf Sailin Head Coaches: Women's Sports Jose Fernandez Greg Thiel Susan Holt Logan Fleck Ken Eriksen Sherry Bedingfield Nancy Mueller Stephanie Doyle Basketball Cross Country ; Track & Field Golf Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball Sailing 34

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BOARD OF REGENTS APPROVED RESEARCH/SERVICE CENTERS AND INSTITUTES 2001-2002 ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING Florida Center for Community Design and Research BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT Center for Entrepreneurship & the Global Management of Technolog y Center for Economic Development Research Center for Economic Policy Analysis Center for International Business Center for Organizational Effectiveness Small Business Development Center Uni versity of South Florida Leadership Center COMMUNICATIONS Center for Civilizational Dialogue Center for Media Research and Service COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES Center for Computer Integrated Engineering and Manufacturing Institute for Information Systems and Management EDUCATION Florida Center for Instructional Technology Children's Center Center for the Study of Migrant Education Florida Center for Technology in Physical Activity Educational Research Center for Child Development Institute for At-Risk Infants Child and Youth and their Families National Resource Center for Middle Grades/ High School Education Suncoast Area Teacher Training Program (SCA TI) Suncoast Area Center for Educational Enhancement Center for the Study of Child-Writing Institute for Instructional Research and Parctice and Educational Evaluation and Student Performance Inst itute for School Reform Integrated Services & Child Mental Health and Educational Policy School Management Institute Gus A Stavros Center for Free Enterprise & Economic Education David C. Anchi n Center for the Advancement of Teaching Center for Action Research Urban Schools & Effective Leadership (CAROUSEL) T ype I Institute & Center SOURCE: Academic Affairs UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 ENGINEERING & ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Center for Modeling H y drologic and Aquatic Systems Center for Microelectronics Research Center for Communications and Signal Processing Center for Urban Transportation Research Center for Wireless & Microwave Technology Clean Energy and Vehicle Research Center National Center for Transit Research HEALTH & HEALTH SCIENCES Lawton & Rhea Chiles Center for Health y Mothers and Babies Florida Toxicological Research Center Biostatistics and Epidemiolog y Center for Health Research Suncoast Gerontolog y Center on Health and Longevity Diabetes Center Tampa Bay Cranio-facial Center Florida Polic y E xc hange Center on Aging Institute for Research in Psych iat ry Institute on Aging Flor ida Health Information Center James & Jennifer Harrell Center for the Stud y of Domestic Violence Roskamp Inst. For Research in Alzheimer's Disease & Other Neuropsychiatric Disorders Center for Environmental / Occupational Risk Analysis & Management Florida Center for Leadership in Public Health Practi ce Cardiac Hormone Center Center for Autism and Related Disorders Center for Biological Defense Center for Health Outcomes Research Center for Infant and Child Development Center for Molecular Delivery Center for Positive Health Center for HIV Education & Research Joy Mccann Culverhouse Center for Swallowing Disorders LETTERS Interdisciplinary Center for Greek Studies Center for Writers LIFE SCIENCES Institute of Biomolecular Science Center for Nearshore Marine Science Center for Molecular Design and Recognition Water Institute MATHEMATICS Center for Mathematical Services Institute for Constructive Mathematics MULTI/ INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES Center for Applied Humanities Center for the Arts and Community Center for Urban E co log y Interdisciplinary Center for Hellenic Studies NATURAL SCIENCES Center for Brownfield Rehabilitation Assistance In stitute for Systematic Botany PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION & THEOLOGY Center for Neo-Platonic Studies Center for Social and Political Thought Ethics Center PHYSICAL SCIENCES Center for Coastal Ocean Mapping Florid a In stitute of Oceanography Global Change Research Center Institut e for Environmental Studies Institute for Marine Remote Sensing PSYCHOLOGY Center for Research in B ehavio ral Medicine and Health Psychology In s titute of Human P erformance Decision Making and Cybernetics Alcohol and Substance Use Research Institute PUBLIC AFFAIRS & PROTECTIVE SERVICES Globalization Research Center SOCIAL SCIENCES Center for Applied Anthropology Center for Africa and the Diaspora Institute for Interpretive Human Studies Institute on Black Life Florida China Linkage Institute Florida -France Linkage Institute Fl orida -Japan Linkage Institute Researc h & Training Center for Community Wellness Center for the Study of Children's Fut ures Center for Disa ste r Management & Humanitarian Assis tance VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS Institute for Research in Art/Graphicstudio 35

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Distance Learning Courses 2000-01 Total 366 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 Summer 2000 Fall 2000 103 133 DISTANCE LEARNING 2000-2001 Spr ing 2001 130 Enrollments SCH Fundable SCH Distance Learning Enrollment & SCH 2000-01 Total Summer 00 14 ,721 2 970 43 914 8 935 41, 775 8,417 Fall 00 Spring 01 5 518 6 233 16 668 18,311 15, 878 17,480 Bl Summer 00 Fall 00 D Spring 01 Enrollments SCH Fundable SCH Source: Educational Outreach and BPA/Enrollment reports UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 36

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LOUIS DE LA PARTE FLORIDA MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE 2000-2001 FISCAL YEAR Activity Summary DEPARTMENTS ADM Administrative AMH Dep't of Aging and Mental Health CFS Dep't of Child and Family Studies CMH Dep't of Community Mental Health DEAN Dean's Office MHLP Dep't of Mental Health Law and Policy MUL Mutiple Dep'ts TRAINING: Department Number of Duration Attendees Events ADM 2 9.00 105 AMH 74 274 00 3,419 CFS 225 6 109 25 8,507 CMH 292 2 859.00 5,613 DEAN 2 3 00 30 MHLP 1 360 18 060.49 25,538 Total 1,955 27,314.74 43,212 CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS Profession Certificates Credits Addiction Professionals 31 289.50 Attorneys 7 97.00 Clinical Social Workers 200 1 737 .50 Marriage and Family Therapists 27 271.50 Mental Health Counselors 213 2 107.50 Nurses 872 6 328 .50 Nursing Home Administrators 7 44.00 Phyiscians 386 1,209.00 Psychologists 290 2,408 00 Total 2,033 14,492.50 Source: Florida Mental Health Institute UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Contact Hours 375.00 20 839 .50 187,807.00 33, 846.00 55. 00 336 888.55 579,811.05 CONSULTATION: Department Number of Duration Events (In Hours) AMH 37 133 90 CFS 338 2 033 .25 CMH 597 380 .70 DEAN 12 31.50 MHLP 32 1 778.00 MUL 1 0.00 TOTAL 1,017 4,357.35 Community/University Service Department Events Duration ADM 2 3.00 AMH CFS CMH DEAN MHLP MUL TOTAL 36 50 7 19 1 114 124 .75 338 .00 2 .00 49.00 277 .50 1 .00 792.25 STUDENT PLACEMENT AT FMHI Department CFS DEAN Total Placement Hours 721.00 2,964 .00 3,685.00 37

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CAREER CENTER Tampa Campus 2000-2001 Career Networking/Job Fairs Event Part-Time Job Fair Employer/ Representatives 65 Fall & Spring Career Networking Fairs Career Fair (Arts & Sciences Majors) Statewide Job Fair Total Recruitment Activity Electronic Jobline Employment Advertisements Part-time & Internship employment positions advertised via Career Center Jobline Part-time & Internship employment positions advertised via JobTrak Full-time Degree required employment positions advertised via Career Center Jobline Full-time Degree required employment positions advertised via JobTrak Total Candidate Resume Referral Requested by Employers Conducting Interviews Off Campus Student Resumes referred to employers On-Campus Interviews ( Internships/Cooperative Education/Full-time) Organizations requesting on-campus interviews Interview schedules available to students Individual student interviews available Individual student interviews conducted 389 35 203 692 SOURCE: Career Center Activity Report & Career Center's Recruitment Management System UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Students Attending 1500 2,900 200 1!133 5,733 16,205 3, 129 6,206 8,597 34, 137 14 553 269 359 3,456 1,106 38

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UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION & RETENTION RATES GRADUATION RA TES 40 20 0 90 /91 lll'I FTICS 43 Other UG Transfers 47 DCC Transfers 61 D All Cohorts 56 91/92 92/ 93 45 45 51 49 60 60 58 57 RETENTION RA TES 93 / 94 94 / 95 41 40 52 49 56 57 57 55 ID FTICS 60 40 20 0 Other UG Transfers D CC Transfers a All Cohorts 90/91 53 59 74 63 91/92 92/93 54 55 61 59 74 75 63 63 Fall FTIC to Fall Retention Rate is 79.69% 93 / 94 94 /95 53 51 65 62 70 73 63 62 NOTE : Rate are based on Academic Year Cohorts, Transfer rates are 4 year; FTIC & Total Cohort groups are 6-year rates UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Six-year FTIC Graduation Rates for Peer Group Comparisons University of South Carolina 55% University of Cincinnati 45% Temple University 45% Wayne State University 42% Virginia Commonwealth University 39% University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 38% University of Illinois-Chicago 37% University of Houston-University Park 36% University of Alabama-Birmingham 33% University of Louisville 32% NOTE : Most rates based on 1994 Cohort year, USF's rate includes New College population, else rate= 42% Rates are IPEDS defined, full-time Fall Cohorts. 39

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UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT 2001 The University of South Florida Foundation, Inc. Mission The USF Foundation is a private not-for-profit corporation chartered under Florida Statutes to function as the primary fund-raising entity and the legal condu i t for the acceptance investment, and distribution of all private gifts made to the Univers i ty of South Flor i da The USF Foundation promotes higher education in general and specifically encourages the advancement of teaching research and public services through private support for the university's academic student development endeavors. The Foundation i s guided by a Board of Trustees composed of business and commun i ty leaders who are vitally interested i n the welfare of higher education in the greater Tampa Bay region and in Florida The Board directs the receipt and administration of private funds properties and services contr i buted to USF It accepts gifts in the support of activities directly related to the mission of the University of South Florida, including cash property (real or otherwise) securities bequests, and trust and life income agreements. Cash and cash equivalents $991 583 Accounts payable and acc r ued expenses 2 135 145 Short-term pooled investments 37,319,679 Annuities and life income trusts payable 1 141,461 Investments, restricted 6 898 080 Amounts due to third-party beneficiaries 6,249,133 Accrued interest receivable 1 755 166 Ceritifcates of participation payable 47 145 000 Contributions receivable net 24 711,475 Total Liabilities $ 56,670,739 Other receivables net 122 268 Long-term pooled investments 234,223 183 Contributed land held for investment 778 000 Unrestricted net assets 11, 027 552 Funds held in trust by others 3 852 233 Temporarily Restricted net assets 94 969 332 Book & art objects 3 825 ,971 Permanently Restricted net assets 193 963,382 Land building and euipment net 1 080 668 Total Net assets 299 960,266 Construction in progress 17 972 699 Total Liabilities and Net assets $ 356 ,631, 005 lease rece i vable, net 23,100 000 Total Assets $ 356,631 005 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 20012002 40

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Revenue and Gains Cont r ibutions gifts and bequests Special events and fund-raising activities Interest and dividends, net Lease income Net gain on sale of pooled investments Net change in unrealized appreciation on pooled investments Net assets released from restrict i ons Total unrestricted revenue Expenses Program services Operating costs Total expenses Change in unrestricted net assets UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT 2001 Foundation Statement of Activities $1, 703 ,451 98 154 508 959 653 782 154 255 41, 842 21, 602,329 $24, 762, 772 Revenue and Gains Contribut i ons gifts and bequests Special events and fund-raising activities Interest and dividends net Net gain on sale of pooled investments Net change in unrealized appreciation on pooled investments Net assets released from r estrictions Total temporarily restricted net assets $10 163 679 1 ,581,591 10 502 020 5 034 ,041 (7' 142 622) (21,601,473) ($1, 462 764) 7 Restricted Net <::'<.. ,'i ------""----= > 20 285,020 5 797 270 $26,082,290 ($1, 319 518) Revenue and Gains Contributions gifts and bequests Special events and fund-raising activ i ties Net ga i n on sale of pooled investments Net Change in unrealized appreciation on pooled i nvestments Net assets released from restr i ct i ons Change in permanently restricted net assets Increase in net assets Net assets, beginning of year Net assets end of year $10 950 039 3 297 12 085 ( 8 667 ) (856) 10,955 898 $8 173,616 $291 786 650 $299 960 266 41

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Total Number of Alumni Living Alumni with a valid address Total number of donors UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT 2001 Alumni Demographics Total number of Alumni Association members 163,500 156,000 36,000 11,500 Alumni Chapters Atlanta Bro ward County Carolinas Chicago Dallas Houston Jacksonville Manatee / Sarasota Miami Alumni Societies Architecture Black Alumni Cheerleader / Sundolls College of Business Administration College of Education College of Engineering College of Visual and Performing Arts SOURCE: University Advancement UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Michigan National Capita l New England New York Ohio Orlando Palm Beach Pasco County Pinellas County Co llege of Medicine College of Nursing College of Public Health Communication Sciences & Disorders Criminology Geology Independent Studies Plant City Polk County Southern Ca liforni a Southwest Florida St. Louis Tallahassee Tampa Tennessee Kosove Law Library and Information Science Resident Assistant Social Work 42

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Non Res Level Alien Undergraduate 439 Graduate 667 Professional 0 Unclassified 40 TOTAL 1,146 H d ea coun an LEVEL Male Undergraduate Freshman 2 722 Sophomore 1 505 Junior 2 922 Senior 4 166 Total Undergraduate 11, 315 Graduate Masters / Ed S 1 872 Ph.D 615 Total Graduate 2,487 Other Professional 230 Unclassified 1 274 Total All Students 15 306 Black/ Non Hispanic 3 ,311 379 16 287 3,993 GENDER AND ETHNICITY DISTRIBUTION BY LEVEL FALL 2001 Total University Headcount and Percent of Headcount by Ethnicity and Level American Asian / Hispanic White / TOTAL Non Res. Blac k/ American Indian Pac. Islander Non Hispa nic Alien Non Hispanic Indian 111 1 572 2 829 19 119 27,381 1 6 % 12 1 % 0.4 % 22 199 420 4 602 6 289 10 6 % 6 0 % 0.3 % 3 37 32 312 400 0 0 % 4 0 % 0 8 % 10 116 247 2 765 3 465 1 2 % 8 3% 0 .3% 146 1,924 3,528 26,798 37,535 3 1 % 10 6% 0.4 % Asian / Hispanic Pac. Islander 5 7 % 10 .3% 3.2% 6 7 % 9 .3% 8.0% 3.3% 7.1% 5 1 % 9 4 % dP t f H d ercen o ea coun tb G d )y en eran dL eve Headcount Percent of Level Female Total Male Female Sophomore ill> ... 3 723 6,445 42 .2% 57 8 % 2 087 3 592 41. 9 % 58 1 % 4 347 7 269 40 2 % 59 8% 5 909 10,D75 41.3 % 58.7 % Total Undergraduate :ij.::m:m :jj .. m m '..Amiifil. m Brjj i m"ii .. mm 58.7% 16,066 27 ,381 41.3 % 58 7 % 3 019 4 ,891 38 3 % 61. 7 % 783 1 398 44 0 % 56 0 % T otal Graduate 60. 5 % 3 802 6,289 39.5 % 60.5 % 170 400 57 5 % 42 5 % 2 ,191 3,465 36.8% 63.2 % 22 229 37 535 40 8 % 59 2 % 0 0% 50 .0% UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 White / Non Hispanic 69 8 % 73 2 % 78 0 % 7 9.8% 71.4 % 100 .0% 45

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Total In-State Enrollment Total Enrollment % of Total Enrollment ENROLLED STUDENTS FALL 2001 Florida County of Origin 32, 886 37,535 87 6% Note : The County of Origin is the student's county of residence at the time of entry Therefore it may not be consistent with the residency status used for fee-paying purposes Source: BPNB5BF4FBK15 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Palm Beach 476 Broward 985 46

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WY I NV 4 co 25 AZ NM 9 8 0 ENROLLED STUDENTS FALL 2001 State of Origin ND 2 36 SD 6 NE IA 10 13 KS MO 7 36 OK 7 TX 54 Note: The State of Origin is the student's state of residence at SOURCE: BPAIBSBF4BKl5 the time of entry (Therefore, it may not be consistent with the residency status used for fee-paying purposes.) UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 NH23 MA 57 RI 17 TN 41 AL 38 Number Percent Non-U S Resident 1 ,146 3 1 % Unknown State of Origin 1 666 4.4 % Florida 32, 886 87.6 % Non-Florida Resident I 837 4 9 % Total Enrollment 37 535 100. 0 % 47

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Total University FALL 2001 Czech Republic 3 Lebanon 3 Slovakia 2 Ecuador 9 Libya 1 Slovenia 1 Egypt 8 Macedonia 1 Somalia 1 El Salvador 1 Malaysia 2 South Africa 7 47 Ethiopia 4 Marshall Islands 1 Spain 7 133 Finland 4 Mexico 14 Sri Lanka 9 Senior 191 France 33 Moldova 1 St. Christopher 5 Total 425 Gambia 1 Morocco 27 St. Lucia 2 Germany 28 Nepal 5 Sweden 12 Master/Eds 558 369 189 26 25 Greece 8 Netherlands 13 Switzerland 3 PhD 236 1 46 90 31 29 Guatemala 3 New Zealand 1 Syria 4 Total 794 515 279 28 26 Guyana 4 Nicaragua 3 Taiwan 12 Haiti 13 Niger 1 Tanzania 1 94 35 59 32 28 Honduras 4 Nigeria 11 Thailand 10 1,724 975 749 26 24 Hong Kong 10 North Korea 1 Togo 1 Hungary 3 Norway 13 Trinidad & Tobago 31 HEADCOUNT BY COUNTRY India 308 Oman Turkey 15 Indonesia 5 Pakistan 9 U .S. Held Territory 1 Afghanistan 1 Bosnia/Herzegoviha 4 Iran 7 Panama 8 Ukraine 5 Albania 4 Brazil 31 Ireland 2 Paraguay 3 United Arab Emirates 11 Algeria 1 Bulgaria 17 Israel 4 Peru 13 United Kingdom 44 Argentina 6 Byelarus 1 Italy 6 Phillipines 2 United Kingdom Territory 109 Armenia 1 Cameroon 2 Ivory Coast 2 Poland 7 Unknown 176 Australia 1 Canada 61 Jamaica 45 Portugal 1 Uruguay Bahamas 30 Chile 3 Japan 33 Romania 4 Vatican City Bahrain 2 China 106 Jordan 12 Russia 15 Venezuela 51 Bangladesh 4 Columbia 53 Kazakhstan 1 Saudi Arabia 21 V i etnam 11 Barbados 7 Costa Rica 1 Kenya 7 Senegal 3 Zamb i a 7 Belgium 5 Croatia 2 Korea 26 Serbia 5 Zimbabwe 1 Benin 2 Cuba 1 Kuwait 24 Sierra Leone 3 Bolivia 7 Cyprus 13 Latvia 2 Singapore 4 TOTAL 1,724 Notes : 116 countries are represented. All information is for non-resident aliens Some country names might not be up-to-date. SOURCE : BPNB5BF4FBK13 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 48

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ENROLLMENT HISTORY OF NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS .. c :::i 4 000 8 3,00 0 ,, CV Gl First-Time-In-College Students 4 ,000 3,00 0 Total University Five Year History New Community College and Other Transfer Students J: c 2,000 Gl 2, 000 2 ,292 2 280 2,291 ,, 2,089 """' .a "' 1 553 1 557 1 627 1 ,000 1 ,000 1 ,211 1,191 1997 199 8 1999 2000 200 1 1997 1998 1999 Student Type 1997 First-Time-In-College Students 2 313 New Commun i ty College Students 2 316 New Other Transfer Students 1 ,211 New Graduate Students 1,422 Total New Degree-Seeking Students 7 262 Notes. All values are for the Fall term at the Preliminary benchmark (See "Enrollment Benchmark" in the Glossary for a definition of these benchmarks.) SOURCE : BPA B5B141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 2000 2001 1998 2 646 2,089 1 191 1,412 7 338 New Graduate Students 4,000 3,000 2 000 .... --1 .7 1 1 ,588 1 ,515 1,422 1 .412 1,000 0 1997 1998 1 999 2000 2001 1999 2000 2001 3,237 3 516 4 037 2 292 2 280 2 ,291 1 553 1 557 1 627 1 588 1 515 1 713 8 670 8 868 9 668 'E :::i 0 u ,, CV Gl J: 'E Gl ,, :::i Ci) 49

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS APPLIED, DENIED, CANCELED (BEFORE), ACCEPTED, CANCELED (AFTER), AND ENROLLED FALL 2001 Total University UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES Transfer Students Com Col Other Category FTIC Lower Upper Lower Upper New to Degreed USF from USF Number Applied 12,431 648 3,206 1 664 2,031 6,460 1 067 Number Denied 1 799 124 9 300 44 1,804 163 % Applied Who Were Denied 14 5 19.1 0.3 18 0 2.2 27.9 15 3 Number Canceled 1 448 203 139 575 115 1,344 145 % Applied Who Canceled 11.6 31.3 4.3 34 6 5.7 20.8 13 6 Number Accepted 8 296 289 2,943 715 1 799 2, 181 661 % Applied Who Were Accepted 66.7 44.6 91. 8 43 0 88 6 33 8 61.9 Number Canceled 888 32 115 74 73 1 131 98 % Accepted Who Canceled 10 7 11.1 3 9 10.3 4 1 51.9 14 8 Number Enrolled 4,037 180 2, 111 433 1, 194 1 180 533 % Accepted Who Enrolled 48 7 62 3 71. 7 60 6 66.4 54 1 80 6 SOURCE : BPA B6E14MEOO UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 50

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS FALL 2001 Total University: Summary by College UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower !:!QQfil Lower !:!QQfil USF USF Architecture 1 0 6 0 0 7 12 2 14 21 Arts & Sciences 346 151 497 Business 552 39 616 82 355 1,644 162 98 260 1,904 Education 229 15 296 27 117 684 217 167 384 1,068 461 15 176 46 101 799 176 32 208 1 007 Graduate Studies 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 9 19 Marine Science 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 2 19 19 Undeclared 812 24 87 57 55 1,035 0 0 0 1 035 Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 102 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 7 43 43 2 1 46 0 21 70 32 17 49 119 Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 0 64 17 81 81 Visual & Performing Arts 178 11 63 15 42 309 29 37 346 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 52

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS FALL 2001 Tampa Campus UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower 1!QQfil Lower 1!QQfil USF USF HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-Time 112 532 5 063 775 259 1 034 6 097 Part-Time 1 212 183 395 SEX Male 1 573 87 2 909 474 162 636 3 545 Female 513 280 793 RACE Non-Resident Alien 37 0 26 15 74 152 246 11 257 409 Black Non-Hispanic 539 10 148 32 99 828 63 31 94 922 American Indian 12 0 6 2 6 26 3 3 6 32 Asian Pacific Islander 216 8 67 11 49 351 34 18 52 403 Hispanic 456 10 170 779 55 48 103 882 White Non-Hispanic 586 331 917 .. RESIDENCY In-State 3 625 162 1,472 308 758 6 325 595 425 1 020 7 345 Out-of-State 203 2 9 80 127 421 146 6 152 573 Non-Resident-Al ien 37 0 26 15 74 152 246 11 257 409 Students are i ncluded in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE : BPA B5B141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 53

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS FALL 2001 Tampa Campus by College UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower 1!Jmfil Lower 1!Jmfil USF USF Architecture 0 6 0 0 7 12 2 14 21 Arts & Sciences 291 134 3,494 Business 144 90 234 1,476 Education 220 11 181 26 77 515 142 109 251 766 Engineering 452 15 164 46 90 767 168 31 199 l11BfJlt!S&\ltllrW Graduate Studies 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 9 19 Marine Science 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Undeclared 757 22 72 54 49 954 0 0 0 954 Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 79 23 102 102 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 7 43 Nursing 2 1 22 0 14 39 13 32 71 Kll!t.RIJB .. lattrlJ Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 0 57 16 73 73 Visual & Performing Arts 176 11 63 15 40 305 29 8 37 342 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 54

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS FALL 2001 St. Petersburg Campus UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower Lower USF USF HEADCOUNT 185 14 354 32 169 754 62 29 91 845 STATUS Full Time 155 5 169 22 55 406 29 8 37 443 Part-Time 30 9 185 10 114 348 33 21 54 402 SEX Male 92 3 147 14 59 315 11 4 15 330 Female 93 11 207 18 110 439 51 25 76 515 Non-Resident Alien 2 0 6 0 2 10 3 0 3 13 Black Non-Hispanic 12 32 2 12 59 5 2 7 66 American Indian 1 0 3 1 1 6 0 0 0 6 Asian, Pacific Islander 9 0 10 1 4 24 1 0 1 25 Hispanic 7 24 3 10 45 1 0 1 46 154 12 279 25 140 610 52 27 79 689 RESIDENCY In-State 177 13 347 24 152 713 51 29 80 793 Out-of-State 6 1 1 8 15 31 8 0 8 39 Non-Resident-Alien 2 0 6 0 2 10 3 0 3 13 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE : BPA B5B141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 55

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS FALL 2001 St. Petersburg Campus by College UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower 1!QQfil Lower Upper USF USF Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Arts & Sciences 65 2 121 18 50 256 5 2 7 263 Business 43 6 174 11 81 315 3 4 Education 9 3 36 0 27 75 28 21 49 124 10 0 3 4 18 0 0 0 18 Graduate Studies 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Marine Science 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 2 19 19 Undeclared 55 2 8 2 2 69 0 0 0 69 Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 11 0 4 16 9 3 12 Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Visual & Performing Arts 3 0 0 5 0 0 5 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 56

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS FALL 2001 Sarasota Campus UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower Lower USF USF HEADCOUNT 1 151 3 58 214 23 13 36 250 STATUS Full-Time 0 0 76 1 17 94 10 6 16 110 Part-Time 1 1 75 2 41 120 13 7 20 140 SEX Male 0 0 44 1 20 65 4 5 9 74 Female 1 1 107 2 38 149 19 8 27 176 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 6 0 4 10 1 0 1 11 American Indian 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 2 3 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 2 0 1 3 2 0 2 5 Hispanic 0 0 7 0 3 10 0 0 0 10 1 132 3 49 186 18 13 31 217 RESIDENCY In-State 1 1 147 3 54 206 23 13 36 242 Out-of-State 0 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 4 Non-Resident-Alien 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE : BPA 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 57

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Architecture Arts & Sciences Business --Education ---Engineering h':tffWl!lilJk'flwm Graduate Studies --l&imt Marine Science Undeclared Medicine Medical Sciences ..,.,} ....... Nursing ......... ,.) Public Health Visual & Performing Arts NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS FALL 2001 Sarasota Campus by College UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Transfer Students All Com Col Com Col Other Lower Lower 0 0 0 1 1 62 0 0 47 0 0 38 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Other 0 22 21 9 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 87 68 48 3 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 1 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 New to USF GRADUATES 0 11 3 1 0 0 0 0 Degreed from USF 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 All 0 16 3 1 0 0 0 0 TOTAL All 0 103 71 64 4 0 0 5 0 2 58

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-Time Part-Time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic lfliilllll{8,lEfJi9JlfJll RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Alien FTIC Com Col Lower 4 1 3 1 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 FALL 2001 Lakeland Campus UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students Com Col Other Other !:!..lm.fil Lower !:!..lm.fil 97 5 38 34 4 13 63 1 25 32 4 15 65 1 23 1 0 0 10 0 3 1 0 0 5 0 2 7 0 3 73 5 30 95 4 38 1 1 0 0 0 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE : BPA B5B141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 All 145 55 90 53 92 1 14 1 7 11 111 142 2 1 GRADUATES New Degreed to from USF USF 23 17 3 4 20 13 3 4 20 13 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 19 14 22 17 1 0 0 0 All 40 7 33 7 33 0 5 0 1 1 33 39 1 0 TOTAL All 185 62 123 60 125 1 19 1 8 12 144 181 3 1 59

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS FALL 2001 Lakeland Campus by College UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower Lower USF USF Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ;:;'<=':':'! '}: :c" Arts & Sciences 1 24 2 11 39 12 5 17 56 Business 0 35 2 13 51 0 0 0 51 :::::: ''",_.:! ,, ., Education 0 0 12 0 6 18 10 20 38 l Engineering 1 0 17 1 6 25 1 2 27 '*'".::$ -:, =+ ,, Graduate Studies 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ii'\, ::: Marine Science 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Undeclared 1 0 4 0 0 5 0 0 0 5 Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .. 0 0 5 0 2 7 0 0 0 7 .. w-;Jr ":i:":" Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 ,;, ;. >'' / 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 60

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS FALL 2001 Off Campus UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Transfer Students Com Col Com Col Other Lower !:!QQfil Lower HEADCOUNT 7 6 193 STATUS Full-Time 7 3 81 1 Part-Time 0 3 112 0 SEX Male 2 0 49 1 Female 5 6 144 0 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 2 0 Black, Non-Hispanic 1 0 5 0 American Indian 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 2 0 5 0 Hispanic 0 0 16 0 White, Non-Hispanic 4 6 165 1 \I RESIDENCY In-State 6 6 191 1 Out-of-State 1 0 0 0 Non-Resident-Alien 0 0 2 0 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE : BPA 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Other !:!QQfil 22 37 10 49 2 2 3 3 3 46 55 2 2 All 266 ....... ,, ... -. .,.._,,., 114 152 62 204 A=;<: 4 8 3 10 19 222 259 3 4 GRADUATES TOTAL New Degreed All All to from USF USF 194 89 283 549 '@'" .. 71 28 99 213 123 61 336 = ... ... 64 28 92 154 130 61 191 395 "d 6 0 6 10 14 6 20 28 0 0 0 3 9 1 10 20 14 7 21 40 151 75 226 448 .., .. 176 88 264 523 12 1 13 16 6 0 6 10 61

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS FALL 2001 Off Campus by College UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower 11.QQfil Lower 11.QQfil USF USF Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ,, .. 'i; .<. "' ,, .. Arts & Sciences 3 2 42 0 23 70 55 140 Business 2 2 70 0 15 89 36 17 53 142 Education 0 1 61 0 12 74 58 46 104 ...,.A Engineering 0 0 0 0 1 1 10 0 10 11 Graduate Studies 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 7 15 15 .:-:: Marine Science 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Undeclared 2 1 4 0 1 8 0 0 0 8 r :::-:.:-.. Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ;,0 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 w i 0 0 12 0 6 18 9 2 11 29 ,. 0 =:.,::,: ,.,Yh Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 2 20 20 ,. Visual & Performing Arts 0 0 4 1 1 6 0 0 0 6 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 62

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ANNUAL UNDUPLICATED HEADCOUNT 2000-2001 Total University Non-Resident Alien Black American Indian Male Female Male Female Male Female Undergraduate 304 242 1 138 2 282 50 Masters 349 132 89 223 4 Ed. Specialist 0 0 2 5 0 PhD 115 69 41 62 4 First Professional 0 0 7 18 1 Non-Degree Seeking 31 35 223 475 11 Total 799 478 1 500 3 065 70 Annual unduplicated headcount is the absolute number of individual students enrolled at USF over a given Academic Year. For more detailed information, go to USF's lnfoMart click on Student Data, then Annual Headcount. In 2000-2001, 45,453 students were served by USF! UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 65 4 0 5 3 11 88 Asian/Islanders Male Female 780 909 95 94 0 0 21 26 27 28 155 179 1 078 1 236 Hispanic Male Female 1,228 1 ,781 154 267 0 1 39 54 30 6 171 343 1 622 2,452 White Total Total All Male Female Male Female 8 ,831 12,156 12 ,331 17,435 29,766 1 632 2 996 2 323 3 716 6 039 10 31 12 37 49 438 636 658 852 1 510 224 144 289 199 488 2 202 3 765 2 793 4 808 7 ,601 13 337 19 728 18 406 27 047 45,453 65

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-Time Part-Time SEX Male Female RACE Non Resident Alien Black Non-Hispanic American Ind i an Asian Pacific Islander Hispanic Wh i te Non-Hispan i c RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Alien AGE Mean Median SOURCE: BPA B5B141NF01 ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Total University UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Total Masters/Eds 4,458 5 ,282 17,872 1 2,722 1,505 2,922 4,166 11,315 3 ,723 2 ,087 4 ,347 5 909 16,066 64 989 21 384 723 6 ,053 328 64 19 19 46 496 17 242 388 3 ,394 152 46 20 20 167 162 755 1 ,071 33 40 368 578 6 ,897 205 167 25 22 961 9 ,728 185 162 28 25 439 3,311 111 26,072 870 439 24 22 2 ,112 471 283 12 156 329 4 ,248 172 471 33 30 850 2 ,962 615 2,487 196 96 10 43 91 1 ,128 74 196 36 33 667 379 22 199 420 5,376 246 667 34 31 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 OTHER 0 16 3 37 32 398 2 0 26 25 40 287 10 116 247 3 ,271 154 40 38 36 15, 306 1 ,146 3 993 146 1 924 3 528 27 23 66

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Total University Summary by College COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman So12homore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl Architecture 1 0 4 2 7 62 0 62 0 0 69 Arts & Sciences 543 0 0 Business 892 602 839 43 882 0 0 Education 0 0 549 149 698 0 0 Graduate Studies 0 0 0 0 0 42 2 44 0 0 44 Marine Science 0 0 0 0 0 57 50 107 0 0 107 Unclassified 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Undeclared 0 0 0 0 0 2,417 Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 400 0 400 Medical Sciences 45 86 131 0 0 3 1 143 218 365 224 27 251 0 0 616 Public Health 0 0 3 4 360 81 441 0 0 445 Visual & Performing Arts 281 161 243 334 1 ,019 94 0 94 0 0 1 113 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 67

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Architecture -All Campuses UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 0 4 2 7 62 0 62 0 0 69 STATUS Full-Time 1 0 3 2 6 41 0 41 0 0 47 Part-Time 0 0 1 0 21 0 21 0 0 22 SEX Male 0 0 2 2 4 40 0 40 0 0 44 Female 0 2 0 3 22 0 22 0 0 25 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 5 0 0 5 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 0 4 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 6 0 0 6 White, Non-Hispanic 0 4 2 7 46 0 46 0 0 53 RESIDENCY In-State 1 0 4 2 7 55 0 55 0 0 62 Out-of-State 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 Non-Resident-Alien 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 5 0 0 5 AGE Mean 19 0 23 30 24 31 0 31 0 0 30 Median 19 0 21 30 21 30 0 30 0 0 29 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 68

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Arts & Sciences All Campuses UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Masters/ Eds PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-Time Part-Time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian Pac i fic Islander Hispanic White Non-Hispanic 1m1111J11ml11\11 RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Alien AGE Mean Median Includes majors and intended majors 20 511 10 172 335 2 636 142 20 19 19 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 14 268 9 102 183 1 514 71 14 20 20 28 390 21 135 357 3 068 98 28 24 22 37 512 17 181 400 3 ,928 92 37 27 24 99 1 ,681 57 590 1 ,275 11, 146 403 99 24 21 655 832 424 44 71 3 25 1 ,370 73 44 34 31 387 1 ,042 156 988 229 77 36 2 18 32 419 47 77 34 31 653 121 107 5 43 1 ,789 120 121 34 31 OTHER Prof Uncl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 ,850 220 1 ,788 62 633 1,424 12, 935 523 220 25 22 69

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Business -All Campuses UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 839 43 882 0 0 STATUS Full-Time 3,438 340 31 371 0 0 3 809 Part-Time 499 12 511 0 0 SEX Male 979 3,186 510 24 534 0 0 3 ,720 Female 329 19 348 0 0 RACE Non-Resident Alien 15 17 71 64 167 70 9 79 0 0 246 Black, Non-Hispanic 114 89 187 254 644 28 3 31 0 0 675 American Indian 1 1 3 10 15 2 0 2 0 0 17 Asian, Pacific Islander 61 53 117 219 450 47 3 50 0 0 500 Hispanic 72 197 255 625 68 5 73 0 0 698 624 23 647 0 0 RESIDENCY In-State 810 556 1,822 2 ,671 5 859 754 33 787 0 0 6 646 Out-of-State 67 29 57 38 191 15 1 16 0 0 207 Non-Resident-Alien 15 17 71 64 167 70 9 79 0 0 246 AGE Mean 19 21 25 29 25 30 37 31 0 0 26 Median 19 20 23 26 23 28 36 29 0 0 23 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 70

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Education All Campuses UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 0 0 4 ,351 "'''i; STATUS Full-Time 299 164 517 1,012 1 992 349 178 527 0 0 Part Time 72 53 244 441 810 0 0 SEX Male 72 31 136 248 487 232 131 363 0 0 850 Female 0 0 RACE Non-Resident Alien 1 0 4 3 8 15 16 31 0 0 39 Black Non-Hispanic 51 20 60 126 257 93 37 130 0 0 387 American Indian 2 2 2 12 18 5 4 9 0 0 27 Asian, Pacific Islander 3 5 10 14 32 13 7 20 0 0 52 Hispanic 40 23 68 109 240 26 89 0 0 329 White, Non-Hispanic 0 0 RESIDENCY In-State 350 205 740 1 424 2 719 1 ,081 388 1,469 0 0 4 ,188 Out-of-State 20 12 17 26 75 36 13 49 0 0 124 Non-Resident-Alien 1 0 4 3 8 15 16 31 0 0 39 AGE Mean 19 20 25 28 26 35 40 36 0 0 29 Median 19 20 22 25 23 33 40 35 0 0 26 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 71

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Engineering -All Campuses UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 549 149 0 0 3 600 STATUS Full-Time 342 361 333 94 427 0 0 Part-Time 216 55 271 0 0 SEX Male 586 330 482 879 2 277 427 120 547 0 0 2 824 Female 129 93 142 261 625 122 29 151 0 0 776 RACE Non-Resident Alien 16 8 32 53 109 311 60 371 0 0 480 Black Non-Hispanic 103 43 53 112 311 13 4 17 0 0 328 American Indian 3 0 5 2 0 0 7 Asian Pacific Islander 62 48 85 134 31 6 37 0 0 366 Hispanic 97 39 63 138 22 13 35 0 0 372 White Non-Hispanic 171 236 0 2 047 RESIDENCY In-State 677 401 575 1 ,071 2 ,724 234 84 318 0 0 3 042 Out-of-State 22 14 17 16 69 4 5 9 0 0 78 Non-Resident-Alien 16 8 32 53 109 311 60 371 0 0 480 AGE Mean 19 20 24 28 24 28 33 29 0 0 25 Median 19 20 22 26 21 25 32 27 0 0 22 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 72

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Visual & Performing Arts -All Campuses UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 94 0 94 0 0 STATUS Full-Time 232 129 171 213 745 51 0 51 0 0 796 49 32 72 121 274 43 0 43 0 0 317 SEX Male 104 67 98 122 391 46 0 46 0 0 437 Female 177 94 145 212 628 48 0 48 0 0 676 RACE Non-Resident Alien 1 0 5 7 6 0 6 0 0 13 Black Non-Hispanic 23 7 14 18 62 5 0 5 0 0 67 American Indian 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 Asian Pacific Islander 12 5 6 6 29 0 0 0 0 0 29 H i spanic 30 12 25 31 98 10 0 10 0 0 108 White, Non Hispanic 214 136 197 274 821 73 0 73 0 0 894 RESIDENCY In-State 267 152 233 319 971 75 0 75 0 0 1 046 Out-of State 13 8 10 10 41 13 0 13 0 0 54 Non-Res i dent-Alien 1 1 0 5 7 6 0 6 0 0 13 AGE Mean 19 20 23 27 23 33 0 33 0 0 24 Median 19 20 21 24 21 30 0 30 0 0 21 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 73

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Graduate Studies UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman So1:2homore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 0 0 0 0 0 42 2 44 0 0 44 STATUS Full-Time 0 0 0 0 0 19 2 21 0 0 21 Part-Time 0 0 0 0 0 23 0 23 0 0 23 .,._ .... o/ SEX Male 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 7 0 0 7 Female 0 0 0 0 0 35 2 37 0 0 37 r ;, ;;>;-., ..:::; '>:;,<: RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 Black Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 0 4 White Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 34 1 35 0 0 35 il&il\1 ?.;Mi .. ....... ;3 ., ... RESIDENCY In-State 0 0 0 0 0 37 1 38 0 0 38 Out-of-State 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 0 4 Non-Resident-Alien 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 -1 AGE Mean 0 0 0 0 0 31 29 31 0 0 31 Median 0 0 0 0 0 26 29 27 0 0 27 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 74

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Marine Science UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman So12homore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 0 0 0 0 0 57 50 107 0 0 107 c ,\ STATUS Full-Time 0 0 0 0 0 27 32 59 0 0 59 Part-Time 0 0 0 0 0 30 18 48 0 0 SEX Male 0 0 0 0 0 22 28 50 0 0 50 Female 0 0 0 0 0 35 22 57 0 0 57 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 0 0 8 9 0 0 9 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 0 3 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 7 0 0 7 White, Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 49 38 87 0 0 87 ililllJfiltfl\lf<lilBI .,, ;;<; ._ ... # RESIDENCY In-State 0 0 0 0 0 50 40 90 0 0 90 Out-of-State 0 0 0 0 0 6 2 8 0 0 8 Non Resident-Alien 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 9 0 0 9 L' ':>.-<. \Tuff,.,. '} AGE Mean 0 0 0 0 0 29 35 32 0 0 32 Median 0 0 0 0 0 27 32 29 0 0 29 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 75

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Unclassified -All Campuses UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,465 STATUS Full-Time 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 122 122 Part-Time 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SEX Male 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 274 1 274 Female 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 ,191 2 ,191 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 40 Black Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 287 287 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 116 116 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 247 247 White Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 765 2 765 ;"""'"'" -.:,. _,;,:. RESIDENCY In-State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 ,271 3 ,271 Out-of-State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 154 154 Non-Resident-Alien 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 40 AGE Mean 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 38 Median 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 36 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 76

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Undeclared -All Campuses UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 0 0 0 0 0 2,417 STATUS Full-Time 1,129 447 218 54 1 848 0 0 0 0 0 1 848 Part-Time 255 141 132 41 569 0 0 0 0 0 569 SEX Male 0 0 0 0 0 1 069 Female 0 0 0 0 0 1 RACE Non-Resident Alien 11 6 32 0 49 0 0 0 0 0 49 Black Non-Hispanic 185 69 36 17 307 0 0 0 0 0 307 American Indian 6 4 2 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 12 Asian, Pacific Islander 29 13 6 122 0 0 0 0 0 122 59 36 222 0 0 0 0 0 222 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 RESIDENCY In-State 1 309 564 312 92 2,277 0 0 0 0 0 2 277 Out-of-State 64 18 6 3 91 0 0 0 0 0 91 Non-Resident-Alien 11 6 32 0 49 0 0 0 0 0 49 Mean 19 20 23 27 20 0 0 0 0 0 20 Median 19 20 22 24 19 0 0 0 0 0 19 Note : Undeclared = Degree seeking students who have not declared a major or an intended major UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 77

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Medicine UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman So12homore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 400 0 400 STATUS Full-Time 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 400 0 400 Part-Time 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SEX Male 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 230 0 230 Female 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 170 0 170 "" ,fil RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Black Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 16 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 0 37 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 0 32 White, Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 312 0 312 "):;'.,;',' 'J RESIDENCY In-State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 398 0 398 Out-of-State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 Non-Resident-Alien 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AGE Mean 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 0 26 Median 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 0 25 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 78

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Medical Sciences UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman So12homore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 0 0 0 0 0 45 86 131 0 0 131 STATUS Full-Time 0 0 0 0 0 44 84 128 0 0 128 Part-Time 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 3 SEX Male 0 0 0 0 0 15 49 64 0 0 64 Female 0 0 0 0 0 30 37 67 0 0 67 :J ,1 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 23 0 0 23 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 0 0 5 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 3 5 8 0 0 8 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 3 5 8 0 0 8 White, Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 37 49 86 0 0 86 &' RESIDENCY In-State 0 0 0 0 0 44 57 101 0 0 101 Out-of-State 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 7 0 0 7 Non-Resident-Alien 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 23 0 0 23 AGE Mean 0 0 0 0 0 27 29 28 0 0 28 Median 0 0 0 0 0 26 29 27 0 0 27 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 79

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Nursing -All Campuses UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman So12homore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 3 143 218 365 224 27 251 0 0 616 STATUS Full-Time 1 1 52 95 149 89 10 99 0 0 248 Part-Time 2 0 91 123 216 135 17 152 0 0 368 SEX Male 0 0 20 27 47 25 1 26 0 0 73 Female 3 1 123 191 318 199 26 225 0 0 543 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Black Non-Hispanic 2 0 15 32 49 18 2 20 0 0 69 American Indian 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 3 Asian Pacific Islander 0 0 2 18 20 6 7 0 0 27 Hispanic 0 0 11 21 32 5 2 7 0 0 39 Wh i te Non-Hispanic 1 1 114 1 46 262 194 22 216 0 0 478 ., RESIDENCY In-State 3 1 143 218 365 223 27 250 0 0 615 Out-of-State 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 Non-Resident-Alien 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AGE Mean 26 21 32 32 32 38 45 39 0 0 35 Median 19 21 31 29 30 38 46 39 0 0 34 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 80

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNT$ FALL 2001 Public Health -All Campuses UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Soghomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 0 1 0 3 4 360 81 441 0 445 STATUS Full-Time 0 1 0 1 2 164 32 196 0 0 198 Part-Time 0 0 0 2 2 196 49 245 0 0 247 SEX Male 0 0 0 0 0 124 33 157 0 0 157 Female 0 1 0 3 4 236 48 284 0 0 288 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 0 0 18 2 20 0 0 20 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 48 10 58 0 0 58 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 26 2 28 0 0 28 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 26 6 32 0 0 32 White Non-Hispanic 0 1 0 3 4 242 59 301 0 0 305 RESIDENCY In-State 0 1 0 3 4 325 79 404 0 0 408 Out-of-State 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 17 0 0 17 Non-Resident-Alien 0 0 0 0 0 18 2 20 0 0 20 AGE Mean 0 19 0 31 28 34 38 34 0 0 34 Median 0 19 0 23 23 30 37 32 0 0 32 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 81

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Tampa Campus UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Soghomore Jun i or Senior Total Masters / Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 5 144 400 1 ,821 30, 919 ;:, STATUS Full-Time 4,588 2 765 98 Part-Time SEX Male 1 472 2 486 3 507 1 547 578 2 125 230 722 13 145 Female 2 273 746 3 019 170 1 099 17 774 RACE Non-Resident Alien 62 45 157 151 415 467 188 655 0 30 1 100 Black Non-Hispanic 976 492 643 928 3 039 224 93 317 16 172 3 544 American Indian 20 17 25 32 94 6 10 16 3 4 117 Asian Pacific Islander 373 239 338 509 1,459 123 42 165 37 88 1 749 Hispanic 717 379 679 855 2 630 265 88 353 32 151 3 166 White Non-Hispanic 1 7 2 735 903 3 638 312 1 376 21, 243 ,,.,.,.,_,. RESIDENCY In-State 5 835 3 304 5 525 7 649 22, 313 3 203 1 06 4 4 267 398 1 719 28 697 Out-of-State 318 145 188 175 826 150 72 222 2 72 1 122 Non-Resident-Alien 62 45 157 151 415 467 188 655 0 30 1 100 ?W ,,jf AGE Mean 19 20 24 27 23 32 36 33 26 37 25 Median 19 20 22 24 21 28 33 30 25 33 22 Students are included in camp u s h eadco u nt i f the y a tt end any classes on t hat campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 82

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Tampa Campus by College COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman So1;2homore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl Architecture 0 4 2 7 62 0 62 0 0 69 ,,,., <.,: '<.:::,. ,, Arts & Sciences 2,722 1,555 2 765 3 593 10 635 541 1 725 0 0 12 360 ":',::;:< ... ,,, Business 43 759 0 0 5,352 ... .,, Education 359 206 499 902 1,966 702 395 1 097 0 0 3 063 ",!'," .:.:. 478 626 0 0 3 442 \. .. Graduate Studies 0 0 0 0 0 44 0 0 44 Marine Science 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 4 ';.f'. t Unclassified 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 ,821 1 ,821 ,, ,, :-:...
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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 St. Petersburg Campus UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES Freshman So12homore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD HEADCOUNT 372 53 STATUS Full-Time 111 34 Part-Time 261 19 SEX Male 73 30 Female 299 23 RACE Non-Resident Alien 2 1 10 20 33 6 8 Black, Non-Hispanic 14 8 81 123 226 26 1 American Indian 1 1 6 7 15 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 12 4 31 77 124 6 Hispanic 10 9 101 181 14 2 White Non-Hispanic 320 41 RESIDENCY In-State 248 108 948 1,646 2,950 356 43 Out-of-State 10 8 16 14 48 10 2 Non-Resident-Alien 2 1 10 20 33 6 8 AGE Mean 19 21 27 31 28 35 35 Median 19 20 24 28 25 33 32 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Total 425 145 280 103 322 14 27 0 7 16 361 399 12 14 35 33 OTHER Prof Uncl 0 0 27 0 512 0 210 0 329 0 1 0 40 0 0 0 11 0 16 0 471 1 0 522 0 16 0 1 0 42 0 37 TOTAL 3 995 1,623 1,427 2,568 48 293 15 142 213 3 284 3 ,871 76 48 31 27 84

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 St. Petersburg Campus by College COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ,.,,,_. Arts & Sciences 92 45 303 392 832 35 2 37 0 0 869 _fr: Business 57 32 462 903 12 0 12 0 0 1,466 Education 11 13 141 320 233 0 233 0 718 15 4 8 7 34 0 0 0 35 Graduate Studies 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Marine Science 0 0 0 0 0 55 105 0 0 105 l'' g-" Unclassified 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 539 Undeclared 79 21 23 6 129 0 0 0 0 0 Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 48 81 35 35 0 0 Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 '" Visual & Performing Arts 5 2 5 4 16 0 0 0 17 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 85

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Sarasota Campus UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman So12homore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 160 0 160 0 205 1 ,379 .. ,,\ STATUS Full-Time 1 4 158 238 401 63 0 63 0 8 472 Part-Time 2 4 181 426 613 97 0 97 0 197 907 SEX Male 1 0 83 196 280 30 0 30 0 61 371 Female 2 8 256 468 734 130 0 130 0 144 1 ,008 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 4 3 7 0 0 0 0 0 7 Black Non-Hispanic 0 0 20 37 57 6 0 6 0 6 69 American Indian 0 0 2 3 5 2 0 2 0 3 10 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 5 17 22 2 0 2 0 2 26 Hispanic 0 0 14 32 46 2 0 2 0 7 55 White, Non-Hispanic 3 8 294 572 877 148 0 148 0 187 1 ,212 w RESIDENCY In-State 3 8 331 659 1,001 158 0 158 0 198 1,357 Out-of-State 0 0 4 2 6 2 0 2 0 7 15 Non-Resident-Alien 0 0 4 3 7 0 0 0 0 0 7 AGE Mean 29 28 28 32 30 37 0 37 0 40 33 Median 21 24 25 29 28 38 0 38 0 37 30 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 86

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNT$ FALL 2001 Sarasota Campus by College COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -Arts & Sciences 2 4 133 179 318 0 69 0 0 387 ,. Business 0 1 111 270 382 6 0 6 0 0 388 Education 0 2 84 183 269 79 0 79 0 0 348 'v 0 0 3 7 0 3 0 0 13 ,:.:: ''.:::. Graduate Studies 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Marine Science 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 {;: ... j:. Unclassified 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 205 205 Undeclared 1 0 3 10 0 0 0 0 14 <: Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ... 0 4 11 15 3 0 3 0 0 18 Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 "' 0 1 1 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 87

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Lakeland Campus UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 7 -21 228 345 601 97 24 121 0 159 881 STATUS Full-Time 4 17 79 127 227 12 20 32 0 2 261 Part-Time 3 4 149 218 374 85 4 89 0 157 620 SEX Male 2 12 80 155 249 24 7 31 0 60 340 Female 5 9 148 190 352 73 17 90 0 99 541 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 5 2 7 0 0 0 0 1 8 Black, Non-Hispanic 2 0 26 40 68 9 5 14 0 17 99 American Indian 0 0 3 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 4 16 18 39 2 0 2 0 3 44 1 1 13 18 33 3 1 4 0 6 43 3 16 165 265 449 83 18 101 0 132 682 RESIDENCY In-State 7 19 220 342 588 96 24 120 0 157 865 Out-of-State 0 2 3 1 6 1 0 1 0 1 8 Non-Resident-Alien 0 0 5 2 7 0 0 0 0 1 8 Mean 19 20 27 31 29 37 44 38 0 39 32 Median 19 20 24 29 26 36 47 37 0 39 29 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 88

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Lakeland Campus by College COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman SoQhomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Arts & Sciences 3 3 69 95 34 0 34 0 0 204 ''* Business 1 3 71 108 183 0 0 0 0 0 183 .. ,<. Education 0 0 21 42 63 55 24 79 0 0 142 ;.-:', 2 9 48 84 143 6 0 6 0 0 149 Graduate Studies 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Marine Science 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .:.:,, ;<. Unclassified 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 159 159 Undeclared 1 5 8 2 16 0 0 0 0 16 Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 14 25 0 0 0 0 0 25 Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 89

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Off Campus UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman So12homore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 7 928 3 138 STATUS Full-Time 21 33 211 370 635 320 21 341 7 16 Part-Time 2 11 232 234 479 723 25 748 0 912 SEX Male 8 17 117 147 289 380 21 401 7 286 983 Female 15 27 326 457 825 663 688 0 642 2 ,155 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 1 4 8 13 21 2 23 0 11 47 Black Non-Hispanic 5 11 27 48 91 63 5 68 0 67 226 American Indian 0 0 2 6 8 5 0 5 0 3 16 Asian, Pacific Islander 4 1 16 26 47 39 1 40 1 18 106 Hispanic 1 4 39 39 83 79 2 81 1 85 250 White Non-Hispanic 13 27 355 477 872 836 36 872 5 744 2,493 1-1tt1r&ti11 -:>;1-:-RESIDENCY In-State 22 42 435 591 1,090 996 44 1 040 7 853 2 ,990 Out-of-State 1 1 4 5 11 26 0 26 0 64 101 Non-Resident-Alien 0 1 4 8 13 21 2 23 0 11 47 ... J: ;.;;; AGE Mean 19 21 29 30 29 36 40 36 26 40 35 Median 19 20 25 26 25 34 40 35 26 39 32 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 90

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS FALL 2001 Off Campus by College COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -:;{ Arts & Sciences 12 21 109 181 323 319 7 326 0 0 649 Business 3 7 163 112 285 244 3 247 0 0 532 t;:, ::i .. ';:'<. Education 1 4 115 251 371 278 29 307 0 0 678 .< 'X ,. :.:,;: . 1 5 2 18 26 71 72 0 0 98 Graduate Studies 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 16 0 0 16 ... Marine Science 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ;w .. ,, ) -:.; .;:: ... Unclassified 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 928 928 Undeclared 4 5 16 2 27 0 0 0 0 27 Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 7 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 32 34 66 41 1 42 0 0 108 :;,, -:-::': Public Health 0 0 0 5 77 0 0 78 .:< Visual & Performing Arts 2 2 6 5 15 0 0 0 16 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 91

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NIGHT VERSUS DAY HEADCOUNT FALL 2001 Total University by Campus Lower 1!m2fil Graduate P r ofessional Unclassif i ed To tal % of Total TOTAL UNIVERSITY Night 157 2,593 1 726 0 1,834 6 310 16.81/G Day 6,344 6 819 2 869 392 1 248 17 672 47.08% Both 3,536 7,934 1,694 8 381 13 553 36.11% Total 10,037 17 346 6 289 400 3 463 37,535 100 00% Off Campus Night 3 266 481 0 561 1,311 41. 78% Day 30 171 309 1 279 790 25 18 % Both 34 610 299 6 88 1, 037 33 05 % Total 67 1, 047 1, 089 7 928 3 138 100 00 % Lakeland Night 1 209 69 0 103 382 43.36 % Day 11 91 15 0 38 155 17.59 % Both 16 273 37 0 18 344 39 05 % Total 28 573 121 0 159 881 100 00 % Sarasota/Manatee Night 3 273 57 0 128 461 33.38 % Day 4 164 25 0 53 246 17 .81% Both 4 568 78 0 24 674 4 8 .81% Total 11 1, 005 1 60 0 205 1 ,381 100.00 % St. Petersburg Night 11 717 1 4 5 0 317 1, 190 29 79 % Day 230 570 173 0 137 1, 110 27 78 % Both 136 1, 367 107 0 85 1, 695 42.43 % Total 377 2,654 425 0 539 3 995 100 00 % Tampa Night 141 1, 342 1 208 0 805 3 496 11.31% Day 6 ,146 6 094 2,432 392 763 15 827 51. 19 % Both 3,422 6,411 1, 504 8 251 11, 596 37 50 % Total 9 709 13,847 5 144 400 1, 819 30 919 100.00 % UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 92

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ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS (SCH) BY TERM 2000-2001 Total University All Campuses Annual FTE Total SCH Summer SCH Fall SCH TOTAL UNIVERSITY Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis / Dissertation TOTAL TOTAL E & G (Education & General) Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL TOTAL HEALTH SCIENCES Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis / Dissertation TOTAL 6 603 8 9,686.5 3 574 1 329 9 20,194.1 6 550.1 9,456.5 3 ,081. 8 288.8 19,377.1 53.6 230.0 492 3 41. 1 817.0 264 150 387 458 114 370 10 556 776,534 262 005 378 259 98 617 9,240 748,121 2 145 9 199 15,753 1,3 16 28,413 29 376 123 743 62,222 163 681 24,396 45,371 2 559 3,939 118,553 336 734 29 280 122 777 60 117 160 347 20 ,711 39 ,241 2,166 3,472 112,274 325 837 96 966 2,105 3,334 3 685 6 130 393 467 6 279 10,897 Spring SCH 111,031 161, 555 44 603 4 058 321, 247 109, 948 157 795 38 665 3 602 310,010 1 083 3 760 5 938 456 11, 237 Total SCH by Term Total FTE by Level NOTE : New College hours are excluded. Source: BPA B5B64HRS01 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Summer 15.3 % 43.4 % L ower Level 3 2 7 % Thesi s / Dissertation 1 6 % Upper L evel Graduate Classroom 17 7 % 93

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ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS (SCH) BY TERM 2000-2001 All Campuses by College AnnualFTE Total SCH Summer SCH Fall SCH Spring SCH Architecture Lower Level 0.0 0 0 0 0 Upper Level 2 7 107 0 63 44 Graduate Classroom 48 0 1 537 245 644 648 Thesis/Dissertation 6 1 194 36 90 68 TOTAL 56.8 1,838 281 797 760 Arts & Sciences Lower Level 5, 122.6 204,903 23 ,341 95,886 85 676 Upper Level 4,320.7 172,826 25,928 73,676 73 222 Graduate Classroom 1 097 7 35, 127 6 578 14,352 14 197 Thesis/Dissertation 142.0 4,544 1 175 1 662 1,707 TOTAL 10,682 9 417,400 57,022 185,576 174 802 Business Lower Level 649.6 25 985 3 267 11,250 11,468 Upper Level 1,922.1 76 882 13,494 32,211 31, 177 Graduate Classroom 604 1 19,330 3 876 7 612 7,842 Thesis/Dissertation 3.1 98 40 27 31 TOTAL 3,178 8 122,295 20,677 51, 100 50,518 Education Lower Level 352.6 14,103 1 101 7,298 5 704 Upper Level 1 755 9 70,237 12,821 28,677 28,739 Graduate Classroom 970.6 31, 058 8,852 11, 058 11, 148 Thesis/Dissertation 53.4 1 708 520 586 602 TOTAL 3, 132.4 117,106 23,294 47,619 46,193 Engineering Lower Level 93 1 3 725 699 1 065 1 ,961 Upper Level 807.4 32,294 5 256 13,959 13 079 Graduate Classroom 274.6 8 788 945 4,236 3 607 Thesis/Dissertation 62.6 2,004 360 799 845 TOTAL 1,237.7 46,811 7 ,260 20,059 19,492 Source: BPA B5864HRS01, Final UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 94

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ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS (SCH) BY TERM 2000-2001 Annual FTE Total SCH Summer SCH Fall SCH Spring SCH Honors Lower Level 28 3 1, 131 30 1,083 18 Upper Level 162 7 6 507 279 2,540 3 688 TOTAL 191. 0 7,638 309 3,623 3 706 Marine Science Lower Level 4 3 171 0 171 0 Upper Level 0 0 0 0 0 0 Graduate Classroom 30 1 963 0 529 434 Thesis/Dissertation 15 6 498 0 248 250 TOTAL 49 .9 1,632 0 948 684 Medicine Lower Level 0.0 0 0 0 0 Upper Level 0 .9 36 0 36 0 Graduate Classroom 70.6 2,260 427 945 888 Thesis/Dissertation 19 3 616 193 214 209 TOTAL 90 .8 2 912 620 1, 195 1 097 Nursing Lower Level 13 1 525 0 300 225 Upper Level 203.4 8,134 1,822 2 893 3,419 Graduate Classroom 151.6 4,852 1, 193 1,888 1,771 Thesis/Dissertation 1 7 55 15 14 26 TOTAL 369 .8 13,566 3,030 5,095 5,441 Public Health Lower Level 40. 5 1 620 96 666 858 Upper Level 25.7 1 029 283 405 341 Graduate Classroom 270 .0 8 ,641 2 065 3,297 3 279 Thesis/Dissertation 20 2 645 185 239 221 TOTAL 356 4 11, 935 2,629 4,607 4 699 Visual & Performing Arts Lower Level 299 7 11, 987 842 6 024 5 121 Upper Level 485.2 19,406 2 339 9 ,221 7,846 Graduate Classroom 56 7 1 814 215 810 789 Thesis/Dissertation 6 1 194 35 60 99 TOTAL 847 6 33,401 3,431 16, 115 13 855 NOTE: New College hours are excluded Source: BPA B5B64HRS01, Final UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 95

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FALL 2001 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOUR (SCH) Total University Total University Graduate TOTAL UNIVERSITY Lower Level 137,980 Upper Level Thesis / 47% Dissertation Upper Level 168,351 1 % Graduate Classroom 49,172 Thesis/Dissertation 3,658 Total 359,161 38% E&G Total Graduate Thesis / E & G (EDUCATION & GENERAL) TOTAL Classroom Dissertation Lower Level 137,179 Upper Level 1 % 48 % Upper Level 164,846 Graduate Classroom 42 623 Lower Le v el 39% Thesis/Dissertation 3,211 Total 347,859 HEAL TH SCIENCES TOTAL Health Sciences Total Thesis / Lower Level 801 Dissertation Graduate Classroom Upper Level 3 505 ,rn Lower Le v el 58 % 7 % Graduate Classroom 6,549 Thesis/Dissertation 447 Upper Le ve l 31% Total 11,302 SOURCE : BPA B5B64HRS01; Fall Preliminary Benchmark UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 96

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FALL 2001 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOUR (SCH) TAMPA Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total ST. PETERSBURG Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis / Dissertation Total SOUR C E : BPA B5B64HRS0 1 ; Fall P reli minary Benc hmark UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Total University (E & G) by Campus 131,228 131, 678 37,768 3,207 303,881 Gradua t e Class room 12 % Upper L e v el 43% Tampa Campus Thesis / Dissertation 1 % St. Petersburg Campus 5 582 20 184 2 643 4 28, 413 U ppe r L e v el 71% L o wer L e v e l 44% Graduat e Cl a ss room 9 % Lower L e v el 20% 97

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FALL 2001 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOUR (SCH) CAMPUSES (continued) SARASOTA/MANATEE Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total LAKELAND Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total SOURCE : BPA B5864HRS01 ; Fall Preliminary Benchmark UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Total University (E & G) by Campus 108 8,401 1,263 0 9,772 261 4 583 949 0 5,793 Upper Level 79 % Sarasota/Manatee Campus Upper Level 86 % Lakeland Campus Graduate Classroom 13 % Graduate Lower Level 5 % 98

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Section V COURSES AND DEGREES Course Sections by Campus Degree Programs Offered Degrees Awarded More detailed information is always available in the lnfoMart at http://usfweb.usf.edu/usfirp/infomart/

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NUMBER OF E & G COURSE SECTIONS Total University Section Count by Level Fall 2001 Fall 2000 Lower Upper Grad Total Lower Upper Grad Total y C Class Lecture 936 1 694 782 3 412 823 1 616 793 3 232 D Discussion 45 80 112 237 47 85 92 224 G Dissertation 0 0 166 166 0 0 159 159 I Internship 0 104 101 205 0 119 95 214 L Laboratory 231 95 9 335 209 95 6 310 0 Other 88 52 11 151 80 77 10 167 P Performance 122 98 35 255 126 107 31 264 R Supervised Research 0 0 20 20 0 2 32 34 S Supervised Teaching 0 0 8 8 0 0 13 13 T Thesis 0 0 233 233 0 0 219 219 Z Directed Study 1 210 387 598 208 354 563 Total 1 1 804 5 399 C Class Lecture 0 1 0 14 15 D Discussion 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 L Laboratory 0 0 4 4 0 0 3 3 0 Other 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 T Thesis 0 0 4 4 0 0 6 6 Z Directed Study 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Total 0 2 24 26 0 2 23 25 C Class Lecture 808 327 1 925 683 802 329 1 814 D Discussion 16 47 44 107 23 42 28 93 G Dissertation 0 0 84 84 0 0 81 81 I Internship 0 31 53 84 0 33 59 92 L Laboratory 201 46 2 249 180 49 230 0 Other 17 18 2 37 17 25 43 R Supervised Research 0 0 19 19 0 1 31 32 S Supervised Teaching 0 0 6 6 0 0 10 10 T Thesis 0 0 139 139 0 0 139 139 Z Directed Study 0 153 256 409 0 137 226 363 Total 1,024 1 103 932 3,059 903 1 089 905 2 897 Note : Includes all Off Campus courses and excludes all New College courses (for comparative purposes all New College course ha v e been removed from Fall 2000 data ) UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 101

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C Class Lecture D Discussion G Dissertation 0 Other R Supervised Research Z Directed Study Total C Class Lecture D Discussion G Dissertation I Internship L Laboratory 0 Other R Supervised Research T Thesis Z Directed Study Total C Class Lecture D Discussion G Dissertation L Laboratory 0 Other R Supervised Research S Supervised Teaching T Thesis Z Directed Study Total Lower 34 20 0 0 0 0 54 51 2 0 0 20 66 0 0 0 139 13 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 15 NUMBER OF E & G COURSE SECTIONS Total University, continued Section Count by Level Fall 2001 Upper Grad Total 305 102 441 1 25 46 0 8 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 11 18 313 146 513 276 170 497 27 32 61 0 23 23 68 45 113 10 3 33 7 7 80 0 1 1 0 14 14 13 17 30 401 312 852 189 130 332 2 3 0 35 35 35 0 35 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 59 59 17 55 72 243 281 539 Fall 2000 Lower Upper Grad t:;:.::t= 30 274 106 19 0 27 0 0 8 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 8 12 49 283 154 49 241 169 0 33 30 0 0 22 0 82 35 19 10 59 24 7 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 18 24 127 408 298 11 189 140 0 2 1 0 0 31 0 32 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 44 0 20 46 12 243 267 Note: Includes all Off Campus courses and excludes all New College courses (for comparative purposes all New College course have been removed from Fall 2000 data ) UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Total 410 46 8 1 1 20 486 459 63 22 117 30 90 0 10 42 833 340 3 31 33 1 3 44 66 522 102

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NUMBER OF E & G COURSE SECTIONS Total Unive r sity, continued Sec t ion Count by Level Grad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 6 17 27 76 18 6 0 31 0 3 19 80 Note: Includes all Off Ca m pus courses a nd exc l udes a ll New Col l ege courses (for comparati v e pu r poses, a l l New Co l lege c ourse ha v e been remo v ed from F a ll 2000 dat a). UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001 2002 Total 0 0 44 8 0 2 18 3 75 1 8 16 17 2 7 7 8 131 11 1 5 12 1 2 264 0 3 4 2 4 8 1 103

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NUMBER OF HEALTH SCIENCES COURSE SECTIONS Total University Section Count by Level Fall 2001 Fall 2000 Lower Grad Total [f{Q!lfill&9ltillll C Class Lecture 0 1 24 25 1 18 19 D Discussion 0 0 8 8 0 0 9 9 G Dissertation 0 0 7 7 0 0 5 5 I Internship 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 L Laboratory 0 0 3 3 0 0 4 4 M Medical Clinical 0 0 23 23 0 0 23 23 S Supervised Teaching 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 Z Directed Study 0 0 8 8 0 0 8 8 Total 0 75 76 0 w,,, .. a '"'--111 C Class Lecture 44 15 60 40 16 57 D Discussion 0 2 13 15 0 2 14 16 I Internship 0 2 5 7 0 4 23 27 L Laboratory 0 17 0 17 0 19 0 19 0 Other 0 0 21 21 0 0 4 4 T Thesis 0 0 8 8 0 0 6 6 Z Directed Study 0 9 15 24 0 4 18 22 Total 74 77 152 69 81 151 111Dlflilf811!111 ,;p }< C Class Lecture 2 2 52 56 3 3 49 55 D Discussion 3 3 31 37 4 3 23 30 G Dissertation 0 0 4 4 0 0 4 4 I Internship 0 0 6 6 0 0 4 4 0 Other 0 0 7 7 0 0 5 5 R Supervised Research 0 0 3 3 0 0 4 4 T Thesis 0 0 3 3 0 0 3 3 Z Directed Study 0 0 9 9 0 0 8 8 Total 5 5 115 125 7 6 100 113 Note : Includes all Off Campus courses, and e x cludes all New College courses ( for comparati v e purposes all New C o llege c ourse hav e been remo ved from Fall 2000 data ) UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 104

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Category Room Capacity Seminar 0-25 capacity General 26-99 capacity Lecture 100+ capacity TOTAL: Section Type Lower level C Class Lecture 41.9 D Discussion 39.3 L Laboratory 23.6 TOTAL: 35.1 CLASSROOM AVAILABILITY FALL 2001 Total University Campus Tampa St. Petersburg 13 5 136 33 15 0 164 38 AVERAGE SECTION SIZE BY LEVEL FALL 2001 Total University Upper level Total Undergraduate 28.7 33.3 20.3 27.1 15.3 20.9 23.6 27.8 Note: Excludes some section types, e g., Directed Studies lntership, Performance etc. For more detailed information about course enrollment and average class sizes go to the lnfoMarVCourse Data UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001 Sarasota Lakeland 14 10 16 14 1 0 31 24 Graduate All 14.4 28.7 13.3 19.5 11.0 20.5 8.6 21.0 105

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ACADEMIC DEGREE PROGRAMS FALL 2001 Total University CIP Codes Degree Program Name Degree Program Level CIP Codes Degree Program Name Degree Program Level Bach Mast Doct SQec / Prof Bach Mast Doct SQec/ Prof ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES, cont. 04 0201 Architecture M 30.0101 lnterdisc Natural Sciences B 45 0901 International Relations B COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES 16 0902 Italian B 05 0201 African-American Studies B 05.0107 Latin American Studies M 05 0102 American Studies B M 24 0101 Liberal Arts / Studies f2. M 45 0201 Anthropology B M D 25 0101 Library & Information Sciences M 42 0205 Applied Behavioral Analysis M 16 0102 Linguistics M 51. 0202 Audiology D 40 0702 Marine Science M D 51.0204 Audiology & Speech Pathology B M D 09 0101 Mass Communication f2. M 26 0101 Biology B M D 27 0101 Mathematics f2. M D 26.0911 Cancer Biology D 51. 1005 Medical Technology B 40.0501 Chemistry B M D 26 0501 Microbiology B M 16.1201 Classics B m 38 0101 Philosophy B M D 43 0104 Criminology B M D 40 0801 Physics B M D 45 0601 Economics B 45. 1001 Political Science & Government B M 23 0101 English B M D 42.0101 Psychology B M D 03 0102 Environmental Sci. & Policy B M 44 0401 Public Administration M 16 0901 French B M 51. 2310 Rehabilitative Counseling M 45 0701 Geography B M 38 0201 Religious Studies B M 40 0601 Geology B M D 16 0402 Russian B 16 0501 German B 44 0701 Social Work f2. M 30.1101 Gerontology B M D 45.0101 So c ial Sciences General B 45 0801 History B M 45 1101 Sociology B M 24.0103 Humanities B 16 0905 Spanish B M 24 0102 Independent Studies B 23 1001 Speech & Communication B M D 05 0207 Women's Stud i es B M B = Bachelors; M = Masters ; S = Specialist ; D = Doctoral ; P = First Professional ; f2. = Limited Access ; m = Cooperative Program. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 106

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ACADEMIC DEGREE PROGRAMS FALL 2001 Total University CIP Codes Degree Program Name Degree Program Level CIP Codes Degree Program Name Degree Program Level Bach Mast Do ct SQec/ Prof Bach Mast Doct SQec/Prof COLLEGE OF BUSINESS COLLEGE OF EDUCA TION1 cont. 52.0301 Accounting fl. M 13 1004 Gifted Education M 52.0201 Business Administration fl. M D 13.0406 Higher Education Administration M 52 0101 Business General fl. M 13 1320 lndust. Technical/Tech. Ed B M 52.0601 Economics fl. M 13 1311 Mathematics Education B M 52.0801 Finance fl. 13.1006 Mental Retardation Education B M 11.0401 Information Systems & Decision Sci. B 13.1312 Music Education B M 11.1095 Information Technology B 13.1314 Physical Education B M 52 1101 International Business Management fl. 13 1315 Reading/Language Arts Ed M 52.1301 Management Science fl. 42.1701 School Psychology M 52 1401 Marketing fl. 13.1316 Science Education B M 13.1317 Social Science B M COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 13 1001 Special Education B M 13.1201 Adult Education M 13 1011 Specific Learning Disabilities B M 13.1302 Art Education B M 13.1005 Behavior Disorders B M COLLEGE OF ENGINEER/NG 13 1303 Business & Office Ed. B M 14 0501 Biomedical Engineering M 13.1101 Counselor Education M 14 0701 Chemical Engineering B M D 13.0301 Curriculum & Instruction M D s 14.0801 Civil Engineering B M D 13.1324 Dance Education fl. 14.0901 Computer Engineering B M D 13 1204 Early Childhood Education B M 11. 0101 Computer & Information Science B 13.0401 Educational Leadership M D s 14 1001 Electrical Engineering B M D 13 1202 Elementary Education B M 14 0101 Engineering General B M D 13.1305 English Education B M 14 3001 Engineering Management M 13 1401 English as a Second Language D 14.1401 Environmental Health Engineering M 13.1306 Foreign Language Education B M 14.1701 Industrial Engineering B M D 14 1901 Mechanical Engineering B M D B = Bachelors; M = Masters ; S = Specialist; D = Doctoral ; P = First Professional; fl. = Limited Access ; m = Cooperative Program UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 107

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ACADEMIC DEGREE PROGRAMS FALL 2001 Total University CIP Codes Degree Program Name Degree Program Level CIP Codes Degree Program Name Degree Program Level Bach Mast Doct Spec/Prof Bach Mast Doct Spec / Prof COLLEGE OF VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS 50 0701 Art 50 0703 Art History 50 0301 Dance 50 0501 Dramatic Arts 50 0504 Dramatic Writing 50.0903 Music COLLEGE OF MEDICINE 51. 1395 51.1201 51. 2308 Medical Sciences Medicine Physical Therapy B B B COLLEGE OF NURSING M 51. 1601 Nurs ing M COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEAL TH 51. 0701 Health Adm i n i stration M 51. 2201 Public Health M M D p M B =Bachelors ; M =Masters ; S =Specialist ; D = Doctoral ; P =Fi rst Professional ;. =Limi ted Access ; m =Cooperat iv e Program Source : USF Office of Academic Affairs UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 M D M M D 108

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NON-RESIDENT ALIEN BLACK DEGREES AWARDED 2000-2001 Total University by College AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL TOTAL MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE ALL TOTAL UNIVERSITY Associate of Arts Bachelor Masters Ed Specialist Doctoral First Professional ARCHITECTURE Masters ARTS & SCIENCES Associate of Arts Bachelor Masters Doctoral BUSINESS Associate of Arts Bachelor Masters Doctoral First Professional EDUCATION Associate of Arts Bachelor Masters Ed Specialist Doctoral Source : BPA/B5B14DEGOO 0 45 90 0 18 0 0 0 3 8 6 0 25 28 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 39 0 3 0 0 0 14 8 0 16 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 9 126 24 0 3 3 2 3 58 3 1 34 5 0 0 0 11 9 0 29 306 77 0 10 7 0 10 178 26 5 1 53 6 0 2 39 22 0 3 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 1 0 0 7 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 108 27 0 2 7 32 4 0 40 10 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 7 143 41 0 6 0 3 48 12 0 0 63 12 0 0 0 4 3 0 0 6 151 38 0 0 3 2 51 7 0 1 62 15 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 10 264 82 0 3 3 4 127 30 0 53 14 0 0 1 36 15 0 0 33 1 348 418 0 55 41 6 12 551 101 29 3 445 144 3 0 57 52 0 5 44 50 2,094 1 782 862 599 10 0 62 78 22 54 3 15 1 018 292 29 4 450 97 0 0 0 358 301 10 18 10 18 698 123 37 5 606 202 3 0 75 62 0 6 91 2 ,859 1 101 10 80 36 6 33 1,392 368 37 5 637 141 1 0 3 441 341 10 21 141 4 641 1 ,700 10 158 90 16 51 2 ,090 491 74 10 1 243 343 4 3 516 403 10 27 109

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DEGREES AWARDED 2000-2001 Total University by College NON-RESIDENT ALIEN BLACK AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL TOTAL MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE ALL EDUCATION JOINT PROGRAM Associate of Arts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 Bachelor 0 0 1 5 0 0 0 2 3 9 24 48 28 64 92 Masters 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 13 26 14 30 44 Doctoral 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 ENGINEERING Associate of Arts 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 1 7 5 12 Bachelor 16 6 16 7 1 0 30 14 24 10 220 43 307 80 387 Masters 51 15 3 1 2 0 7 6 3 2 45 8 111 32 143 Doctoral 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 1 16 2 18 GRADUATE STUDIES Bachelor 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MARINE SCIENCE Masters 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 6 4 8 12 Doctoral 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 3 6 VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS Associate of Arts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 2 3 Bachelor 1 0 2 6 0 0 0 3 4 11 31 61 38 81 119 Masters 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 11 10 1 4 11 25 Source : BPA/B5B14DEGOO UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 20012002 110

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DEGREES AWARDED 2000-2001 Total University by College NON-RESIDENT ALIEN BLACK AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL TOTAL MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE ALL DOUBLE MAJOR Associate of Arts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Bachelor 0 2 4 2 0 3 4 0 2 9 15 16 26 42 UNDECLARED Associate of Arts 0 0 3 12 0 0 0 3 2 4 13 22 18 41 59 MEDICINE Bachelor 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 Masters 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 4 4 8 Doctoral 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 5 7 8 15 First Professional 0 0 3 7 0 0 7 6 3 40 22 53 36 89 NURSING Associate of Arts 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bachelor 0 0 0 16 0 0 4 2 15 10 100 13 135 148 Masters 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 5 3 8 54 9 69 78 Doctoral 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 4 PUBLIC HEAL TH Masters 3 2 14 0 0 4 3 7 8 32 63 46 91 137 Doctoral 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 5 3 8 Source : BPNB5B14DEGOO UNVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 111

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DEGREES AWARDED 2000-2001 Total University by Campus NON-RESIDENT ALIEN BLACK AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL TOTAL MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE ALL TAMPA Associate of Arts 0 0 9 29 0 1 2 7 6 10 32 43 49 90 139 Bachelor 45 34 118 269 3 10 103 129 145 240 1 170 1 657 1 584 2 339 3 923 Masters 90 38 23 71 2 0 25 40 38 79 381 730 559 958 1 517 Ed. Specialist 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 10 10 Doctoral 18 3 2 10 0 1 2 1 0 3 52 57 74 75 149 First Professional 0 0 3 7 0 0 7 6 3 41 22 54 36 90 ST PETERSBURG Associate of Arts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 Bachelor 0 3 4 22 1 2 4 14 4 17 109 254 122 312 434 Masters 0 1 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 1 24 89 26 95 121 Doctoral 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 5 4 5 9 SARASOTA Bachelor 0 2 2 6 0 1 1 0 1 6 43 131 47 146 193 Masters 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 11 25 11 29 40 LAKELAND Bachelor 0 0 2 9 0 0 0 0 1 26 52 29 62 91 Masters 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 18 3 19 22 NOTE : Campus is students self-reported "Home" Campus Source : BPA/B5B14DEGOO UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 112

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EMPLOYEE HEADCOUNT FALL 2001 Total University All Budget Entities BLACK AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PART MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE ALL FULL PART FTE FACULTY 56 84 5 5 124 42 52 50 1,150 790 1, 387 971 2 358 2 183 175 82.63 MEAN AGE 50 47 58 47 44 43 47 42 51 47 50 47 49 49 51 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 10 9 17 10 8 6 10 5 12 8 12 7 10 10 9 0 YEARS IN CLASS 6 5 14 6 5 4 6 3 8 4 7 4 6 6 6 0 LIBRARIANS 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 16 37 18 40 58 57 0 .50 MEAN AGE 0 0 0 0 0 47 45 37 49 49 48 48 48 48 60 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 0 0 0 0 0 15 6 9 18 13 17 13 14 14 10 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 7 2 7 5 7 5 6 6 10 0 ADJUNCTS 8 4 2 1 6 5 9 17 188 162 213 189 402 33 369 123 .06 MEAN AGE 43 54 54 45 42 45 53 45 51 46 50 46 48 40 49 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 3 4 5 3 1 2 3 3 4 2 4 3 3 4 3 0 YEARS IN CLASS 2 0 GRAD ASSISTANTS 37 59 5 3 192 95 45 61 493 570 772 788 1, 560 87 1,473 670 .75 MEAN AGE 31 29 33 34 27 27 31 30 30 32 30 31 30 33 30 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 A&P 34 43 0 11 17 22 39 317 358 384 458 842 819 23 13.66 MEAN AGE 42 41 0 42 41 39 45 42 46 44 45 43 44 44 42 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 8 9 0 8 6 6 9 8 9 8 9 8 8 8 4 0 YEARS IN CLASS 4 3 0 0 3 4 5 3 4 3 4 3 4 4 3 0 USPS 152 322 6 6 27 34 87 142 528 973 800 1,477 2 277 2 216 61 35.44 MEAN AGE 46 44 50 45 38 43 45 43 44 47 45 46 45 45 48 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 10 9 8 6 4 8 6 6 8 9 8 9 8 8 8 0 YEARS IN CLASS 5 4 3 2 3 4 3 3 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 SOURCE: BPA/B5834FAC01 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 115

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EMPLOYEE HEADCOUNT FALL 2001 Total University -All Budget Entities BLACK AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PART MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE ALL FULL PART FTE UNIV SUPPORT/OPS 57 65 4 0 17 21 43 42 211 322 332 450 782 15 767 3 .00 MEAN AGE 37 36 26 0 34 33 34 36 40 40 38 39 39 38 39 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 2 2 2 0 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 3 2 0 YEARS IN CLASS 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 0 OTHER 35 56 4 3 85 78 61 55 440 423 625 615 1,240 722 518 88 64 MEAN AGE 39 36 32 36 36 35 34 35 39 39 38 38 38 34 44 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 2 2 1 3 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 0 YEARS IN CLASS 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 0 STUDENT ASSISTANTS 106 175 2 2 58 43 83 106 457 529 706 855 1,561 8 1 553 49 .38 MEAN AGE 23 22 36 22 23 24 23 22 24 23 23 23 23 22 23 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 1 1 2 4 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 YEARS IN CLASS 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 CWSP 64 235 0 0 10 10 25 53 32 98 131 396 527 0 527 0.00 MEAN AGE 20 20 0 0 20 20 21 20 23 23 21 21 21 0 21 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 549 1,043 28 21 530 347 429 566 3,832 4,262 5 368 6 239 11,607 6 140 5,467 1 067 04 MEAN AGE 36 33 42 40 33 33 36 34 42 40 40 38 39 45 32 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 5 5 6 6 3 3 4 4 7 5 6 5 5 8 2 0 YEARS IN CLASS 3 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 4 2 3 2 3 4 1 0 SOURCE: BPA/B5B34FAC01 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 116

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EMPLOYEE HEADCOUNT FALL 2001 Tampa -All Budget Entities BLACK AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PART MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE ALL FULL PART FTE FACULTY 51 79 4 5 116 39 52 46 1 068 720 1 ,291 889 2 180 2 007 173 81.08 MEAN AGE 49 47 58 47 45 43 47 42 51 47 50 47 49 49 51 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 10 9 15 10 9 6 10 5 12 8 12 8 10 10 9 0 YEARS IN CLASS 6 5 11 6 5 4 6 3 8 4 7 4 6 6 6 0 LIBRARIANS 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 15 29 17 32 49 48 0 .50 MEAN AGE 0 0 0 0 0 47 45 37 49 47 48 47 47 47 60 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 0 0 0 0 0 15 6 9 18 12 17 12 14 14 10 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 7 2 1 7 6 7 6 6 6 10 0 ADJUNCTS 7 3 1 6 5 7 14 148 122 169 145 314 32 282 100.07 MEAN AGE 44 63 48 45 42 45 51 45 51 45 50 45 48 40 49 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 4 3 6 3 1 2 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 4 3 0 YEARS IN CLASS 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 GRAD ASSISTANTS 35 57 5 3 189 91 45 59 469 539 743 749 1,492 82 1,410 640 86 MEAN AGE 30 28 33 34 27 27 31 30 30 32 30 31 30 33 30 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 A&P 33 39 0 0 11 17 21 39 293 330 358 425 783 761 22 13 16 MEAN AGE 42 40 0 0 41 39 45 42 46 44 45 43 44 44 42 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 8 9 0 0 6 6 10 8 9 8 9 8 8 9 4 0 YEARS IN CLASS 4 4 0 0 3 4 5 3 4 3 4 3 4 4 3 0 USPS 132 310 6 5 26 33 85 137 486 913 735 1 398 2,133 2 077 56 32.44 MEAN AGE 45 44 50 49 38 43 45 43 44 47 44 46 45 45 47 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 11 9 8 7 4 8 6 6 8 9 8 9 9 9 8 0 YEARS IN CLASS 5 5 3 2 3 4 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 SOURCE : BPA/B5B34FAC01 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 117

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EMPLOYEE HEADCOUNT FALL 2001 Tampa -All Budget Entities BLACK AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PART MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE ALL FULL PART FTE UNIV SUPPORT/OPS 39 58 3 0 16 21 43 41 182 286 283 406 689 15 674 2 50 MEAN AGE 40 37 27 0 34 33 34 36 39 40 38 39 38 38 38 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 3 2 2 0 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 3 2 0 YEARS IN CLASS 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 OTHER 32 53 4 3 83 77 61 55 393 383 573 571 1 144 717 427 73 .30 MEAN AGE 38 36 32 36 36 35 34 35 38 38 37 37 37 34 43 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 0 YEARS IN CLASS 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 0 STUDENT ASSIST ANTS 103 169 0 2 53 42 81 103 433 476 670 792 1,462 7 1,455 49 .38 MEAN AGE 23 22 0 22 23 23 23 22 23 23 23 22 23 22 23 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 1 0 4 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 0 YEARS IN CLASS 1 0 0 1 1 0 CWSP 64 233 0 0 9 10 25 53 32 93 130 389 519 0 519 0.00 MEAN AGE 20 20 0 0 20 20 21 20 23 22 21 21 21 0 21 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 496 1,001 23 19 509 337 422 548 3 519 3 ,891 4 969 5 796 10 765 5 746 5 019 993 27 MEAN AGE 36 33 41 41 33 33 36 34 41 39 39 38 38 45 31 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 5 5 6 6 3 3 4 4 7 5 6 5 5 8 2 0 YEARS IN CLASS 3 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 4 2 3 2 3 4 0 SOURCE : BPA/B5B34FAC01 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 118

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EMPLOYEE HEADCOUNT FALL 2001 St. Petersburg -All Budget Entities BLACK AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PART MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE ALL FULL PART FTE FACULTY 4 4 0 7 3 0 1 63 45 75 53 128 126 2 1 55 MEAN AGE 51 45 59 0 38 42 0 27 50 46 49 45 47 47 52 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 9 5 24 0 4 0 0 10 6 9 5 8 8 5 0 YEARS IN CLASS 7 3 24 0 4 0 0 7 3 7 3 5 5 5 0 LIBRARIANS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 6 7 7 0 0 00 MEAN AGE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 51 55 51 55 55 55 0 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 19 16 19 18 1 8 0 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 5 7 5 6 6 0 0 ADJUNCTS 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 18 12 20 12 32 31 9 85 MEAN AGE 0 0 0 0 0 0 56 0 50 49 51 49 50 56 50 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 2 2 3 2 2 4 2 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 2 1 2 0 GRAD ASSISTANTS 2 2 0 0 2 4 0 2 18 29 22 37 59 4 55 27.31 MEAN AGE 35 36 0 0 27 25 0 37 34 32 34 32 32 35 32 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 2 2 0 0 2 0 3 5 3 4 2 3 7 3 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 A&P 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 16 19 18 20 38 37 0 50 MEAN AGE 29 53 0 0 0 0 37 0 46 43 44 44 44 4 4 4 9 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 0 32 0 0 0 0 1 0 9 8 8 9 9 9 2 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 2 2 0 0 USPS 20 9 0 1 2 3 38 36 61 50 111 107 4 2 2 5 MEAN AGE 48 50 0 29 35 57 43 46 47 49 47 49 48 47 59 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 6 9 0 3 14 3 4 10 5 8 6 7 7 10 0 YEARS IN CLASS 5 4 0 3 14 2 7 2 6 3 5 4 6 0 SOURCE: BPA/85834FAC01 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 119

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EMPLOYEE HEADCOUNT FALL 2001 St. Petersburg -All Budget Entities BLACK AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PART MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE ALL FULL PART FTE UNIV SUPPORT/OPS 18 7 0 1 0 0 0 13 25 33 32 65 0 65 0.50 MEAN AGE 29 27 23 0 32 0 0 0 46 39 36 36 36 0 36 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 2 1 2 0 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 OTHER 3 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 40 25 45 28 73 4 69 10 .32 MEAN AGE 54 33 0 0 40 37 0 0 47 48 47 46 47 57 46 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 3 2 3 3 6 2 0 YEARS IN CLASS 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 STUDENT ASSISTANTS 2 4 0 0 0 1 2 3 13 48 17 56 73 0 73 0 00 MEAN AGE 29 30 0 0 0 28 35 25 31 28 31 28 29 0 29 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 YEARS IN CLASS 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 2 0 2 0 CWSP 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 4 0 4 0 00 MEAN AGE 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 33 19 33 30 0 30 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL UNIVERSITY 50 29 2 1 14 10 7 9 220 248 293 297 590 286 304 52.28 MEAN AGE 40 39 41 29 35 35 44 35 46 41 44 40 42 47 38 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 3 5 13 3 2 2 3 3 7 4 6 4 5 8 2 0 YEARS IN CLASS 3 2 12 3 2 2 2 4 4 1 2 4 0 0 SOURCE : BPNB5B34FAC01 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 120

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BLACK AMERIND EMPLOYEE HEADCOUNT FALL 2001 Sarasota All Budget Entities ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE FACULTY MEAN AGE MEAN EXPERIENCE YEARS IN CLASS LIBRARIANS MEAN AGE MEAN EXPERIENCE YEARS IN CLASS ADJUNCTS MEAN AGE MEAN EXPERIENCE YEARS IN CLASS GRAD ASSISTANTS MEAN AGE MEAN EXPERIENCE YEARS IN CLASS A&P MEAN AGE MEAN EXPERIENCE YEARS IN CLASS USPS MEAN AGE MEAN EXPERIENCE YEARS IN CLASS SOURCE: BPNB5B34FAC01 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 44 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 34 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 59 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 42 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 46 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 42 6 3 0 0 0 0 3 47 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 49 7 4 0 0 0 0 16 54 4 1 2 41 7 0 6 46 3 3 29 3 1 12 50 4 2 2 48 0 0 20 52 2 0 2 37 1 0 6 49 7 17 47 4 3 TOT AL TOT AL TOT AL TOT AL PART FTE MALE FEMALE ALL FULL PART 13 49 7 4 0 0 0 0 18 53 4 1 2 41 7 0 6 46 3 1 3 29 3 15 48 4 2 2 48 0 0 23 51 2 0 2 37 1 0 8 46 6 1 17 47 4 3 28 49 5 3 2 48 0 0 41 52 3 0 4 39 4 0 14 46 5 1 20 45 4 2 28 49 5 3 2 48 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 0 0 14 46 5 1 20 45 4 2 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 41 9.60 52 0 3 0 0 0 3 1.04 36 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 121

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EMPLOYEE HEADCOUNT FALL 2001 Sarasota -All Budget Entities BLACK AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PART MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE ALL FULL PART FTE UNIV SUPPORT/OPS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 5 7 6 13 0 13 0.00 MEAN AGE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 36 41 36 39 37 0 37 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 2 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 OTHER 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 9 4 9 13 12 3.40 MEAN AGE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 53 54 53 54 54 54 54 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 4 3 3 4 3 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 STUDENT ASSISTANTS 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 5 4 8 5 13 0 13 0.00 MEAN AGE 23 29 49 0 22 0 0 0 22 22 25 23 25 0 25 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CWSP 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 4 0 4 0.00 MEAN AGE 0 29 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 0 32 32 0 32 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL UNIVERSITY 2 5 2 1 2 0 0 6 55 79 61 91 152 66 86 14 04 MEAN AGE 28 33 54 42 34 0 0 42 45 48 44 46 45 47 44 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 1 2 8 2 0 0 3 4 3 4 3 3 4 2 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 SOURCE : BPA/B5B34FAC01 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 122

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EMPLOYEE HEADCOUNT FALL 2001 Lakeland -All Budget Entities BLACK AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PART MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE ALL FULL PART FTE FACULTY MEAN AGE MEAN EXPERIENCE YEARS IN CLASS LIBRARIANS MEAN AGE MEAN EXPERIENCE YEARS IN CLASS ADJUNCTS MEAN AGE MEAN EXPERIENCE YEARS IN CLASS GRAD ASSISTANTS MEAN AGE MEAN EXPERIENCE YEARS IN CLASS A&P MEAN AGE MEAN EXPERIENCE YEARS IN CLASS USPS MEAN AGE MEAN EXPERIENCE YEARS IN CLASS SOURCE: BPNB5834FAC01 1 55 29 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 29 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 50 2 3 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 27 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 50 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 36 0 0 7 59 5 5 0 0 0 0 6 50 8 1 4 38 6 0 2 35 7 1 41 13 50 2 1 0 0 0 0 8 49 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 35 4 2 7 50 3 3 8 59 8 6 0 0 0 0 6 50 8 5 36 5 0 2 35 7 41 1 14 50 2 0 0 0 0 9 47 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 41 3 2 12 42 2 2 22 53 5 3 0 0 0 0 15 48 4 0 5 36 5 0 7 39 4 2 13 42 2 2 22 53 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 39 4 2 12 41 2 2 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .00 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 3 .54 48 0 4 0 0 0 5 1 54 36 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75 55 0 2 0 2 0 123

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EMPLOYEE HEADCOUNT FALL 2001 Lakeland All Budget Entities BLACK AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PART MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE ALL FULL PART FTE UNIV SUPPORT/OPS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 6 9 6 15 0 15 0.00 MEAN AGE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 57 70 57 70 62 0 62 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4 5 4 5 0 5 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 3 2 3 0 3 0 OTHER 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 6 3 7 10 0 10 1 62 MEANAGE 0 52 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 49 42 49 47 0 47 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 STUDENT ASSISTANTS 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 6 1 11 2 13 12 0 00 MEAN AGE 0 44 24 0 24 0 0 0 25 22 25 33 26 22 26 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 CWSP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 MEAN AGE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 YEARS IN CLASS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL UNIVERSITY 8 1 0 5 0 0 3 38 44 45 55 100 42 58 7.45 MEAN AGE 55 39 24 0 25 0 0 41 46 51 44 48 46 47 46 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 29 1 2 0 0 0 2 5 2 5 2 3 4 3 0 YEARS IN CLASS 7 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 2 2 0 SOURCE : BPA/B5834FAC01 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 124

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INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY FALL 2001 Total University -All Budget Entities BLACK AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PART MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE ALL FULL PART FTE PROFESSOR TOT AL 5 4 3 1 28 3 15 2 382 74 433 84 517 470 47 21. 39 TENURED 5 3 3 1 26 3 14 2 339 69 387 78 465 438 27 13 .61 TENURE-TRACK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 4 14 4 18 16 2 0.50 NON-TENURE TRACK 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 29 1 32 2 34 16 18 7 28 9 MONTH CONTRACT 5 2 2 1 18 0 10 195 45 230 49 279 273 6 3 32 12 MONTH CONTRACT 0 2 1 0 10 3 5 187 29 203 35 238 197 41 18 07 MEAN AGE 61 62 63 53 56 64 59 55 58 55 58 56 58 58 59 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 16 14 22 18 19 18 17 5 19 17 18 17 18 19 13 0 ASSOCIATE TOTAL 15 14 0 32 4 9 5 242 134 298 158 456 420 36 16 22 TENURED 12 14 0 1 22 4 6 3 171 93 211 115 326 319 7 4 63 TENURE-TRACK 0 0 0 8 0 1 1 34 16 44 17 61 55 6 2 14 NON-TENURE TRACK 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 37 25 43 26 69 46 23 9.45 9 MONTH CONTRACT 9 12 0 1 18 3 4 3 140 77 171 96 267 265 2 1 25 12 MONTH CONTRACT 6 2 0 0 14 1 5 2 102 57 127 62 189 155 34 14 97 MEAN AGE 52 51 0 55 43 55 46 44 51 49 50 49 50 50 52 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 12 17 0 16 8 13 14 8 14 11 13 12 13 13 12 0 ASSISTANT TOTAL 8 14 1 34 13 13 9 198 190 254 227 481 438 43 19 73 TENURED 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 6 5 6 11 11 0 0 TENURE-TRACK 4 11 1 1 26 8 7 6 123 106 161 132 293 282 11 5 .61 NON-TENURE TRACK 4 3 0 0 8 5 6 3 70 78 88 89 177 145 32 14 12 9 MONTH CONTRACT 3 9 1 1 13 5 2 5 108 98 127 118 245 242 3 1 18 12 MONTH CONTRACT 5 5 0 0 21 8 11 4 90 92 127 109 236 196 40 18 55 MEAN AGE 46 43 36 39 39 40 39 37 42 44 41 44 42 42 42 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 5 4 6 6 3 3 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 0 SOURCE : BPA/B5834FACOO UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 125

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INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY FALL 2001 Total University -All Budget Entities BLACK AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PART MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE ALL FULL PART FTE INSTRUCTOR TOTAL 6 15 0 1 3 0 3 8 75 108 87 132 219 206 13 6 79 TENURED 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TENURE-TRACK 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 3 2 5 5 0 0 NON-TENURE TRACK 6 15 0 1 2 0 3 8 73 106 84 130 214 201 13 6 79 9 MONTH CONTRACT 0 1 0 1 3 0 3 3 48 54 54 59 113 109 4 1 69 12 MONTH CONTRACT 6 14 0 0 0 0 0 5 27 54 33 73 106 97 9 5 .10 MEAN AGE 46 45 0 44 42 0 38 42 48 47 47 47 47 47 50 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 11 8 0 6 0 0 5 4 5 5 5 6 6 5 7 0 LECTURER TOTAL 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 11 9 13 11 24 23 1 0.25 TENURED 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TENURE TRACK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NON-TENURE TRACK 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 11 9 13 11 24 23 1 0.25 9 MONTH CONTRACT 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 6 9 6 15 14 1 0 25 12 MONTH CONTRACT 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 3 4 5 9 9 0 0 MEAN AGE 56 0 0 0 0 45 60 53 55 53 55 52 54 54 53 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 13 0 0 0 0 7 24 7 9 9 11 9 10 10 14 0 ALL FACULTY TOTAL 35 47 4 4 97 21 41 25 908 515 1 085 612 1 697 1 557 140 64 .38 TENURED 17 17 3 2 48 7 20 5 515 168 603 199 802 768 34 18 24 TENURE-TRACK 5 11 1 1 35 8 8 7 173 128 222 155 377 358 19 8.25 NON-TENURE TRACK 13 19 0 1 14 6 13 13 220 219 260 258 518 431 87 37.89 9 MONTH CONTRACT 18 24 3 4 52 8 20 12 498 280 591 328 919 903 16 7 69 12 MONTH CONTRACT 17 23 0 45 13 21 13 410 235 494 284 778 654 124 56 69 MEAN AGE 51 48 57 48 45 47 49 42 52 48 51 48 50 50 51 0 MEAN EXPERIENCE 11 10 18 12 9 7 11 5 13 8 12 8 11 11 10 0 SOURCE : BPA/B5834FACOO UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 126

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BLACK MALE FEMALE Tampa Campus Professor 5 4 Associate 13 14 Assistant 8 12 Instructor 5 14 Lecturer 0 All Faculty Total 32 44 St. Petersburg Campus Professor 0 0 Associate 2 0 Assistant 0 2 Instructor Lecturer 0 0 All Faculty Total 3 3 SOURCE : BPA/B5B34FACOO INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY BY CAMPUS FALL 2001 AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE 2 28 3 1 5 2 371 72 421 82 0 1 32 4 9 5 230 125 284 1 4 9 32 11 13 7 173 163 227 194 0 2 0 3 8 65 96 75 119 0 0 0 8 6 10 8 3 4 94 19 41 23 847 462 1 ,017 552 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 6 10 6 0 0 2 2 0 18 16 20 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 9 11 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 2 2 0 47 3 4 53 40 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PART ALL FULL PART FTE 503 456 4 7 21. 39 433 397 36 16. 22 421 378 43 19.73 194 182 12 5 .99 18 17 0.25 1 569 1,430 139 63.58 12 12 0 0 16 16 0 0 41 41 0 0 21 20 0 80 3 3 0 0 93 9 2 0.80 127

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BLACK MALE FEMALE Sarasota Campus Professor 0 0 Associate 0 0 Assistant 0 0 Instructor 0 0 Lecturer 0 0 All Faculty Total 0 0 Lakeland Campus Professor 0 0 Associate 0 0 Assistant 0 0 Instructor 0 0 Lecturer 0 0 All Faculty Total 0 0 SOURCE : BPNB5B34FACOO INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY BY CAMPUS FALL 2001 AMERIND ASIAN HISPANIC WHITE TOTAL MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 5 5 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 9 11 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 10 4 10 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PART ALL FULL PART FTE 0 0 5 5 0 0 11 11 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 21 21 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 8 8 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 14 14 0 0 128

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INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY BY COLLEGE FALL 2001 ASSOCIATE ASSISTANT TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL PROFESSOR PROFESSOR PROFESSOR INSTRUCTOR LECTURER TOTAL FULL PART PART FTE Architecture 4 3 0 9 8 0 .33 Art & Sciences 176 132 126 89 4 527 518 9 4 .21 Business Administration 33 36 33 34 4 140 140 0 0 .00 Education 44 49 47 25 3 168 166 2 1 .00 Engineering 32 28 18 4 6 88 87 0 .25 Marine Science 13 8 6 0 0 27 27 0 0 .00 FMHI 15 22 15 0 0 52 45 7 3 .30 Medicine 154 126 183 18 0 481 380 101 45 .59 Nursing 4 7 10 15 0 36 34 2 1 .00 Public Health 20 16 20 0 0 56 45 11 4 .85 Visual & Performing Arts 21 28 22 5 6 82 79 3 1 .90 TOTAL 516 455 481 191 23 1,666 1 529 137 62.43 Note : Excludes a few lines designated to other divisions. SOURCE : BPNB5B34FACOO UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 129

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION FALL 2001 Architecture Minimum Median Mean Maximum Minimum Median Mean Maximum Business Minimum Median Mean Maximum Education Minimum Median Mean Maximum Engineering Minimum Median Mean Maximum College Professor $ 60 ,651 70,486 70,486 1 1 34 968 70 215 72 ,521 72 638 94 958 96 918 56 016 67 929 73,449 $ 66,459 86 684 86 823 104,350 Note : Excludes non-tenure earning instructional faculty UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Total University -9 Month Basis Associate $ 41, 506 48 ,231 47 380 1 35 ,511 53 249 54 191 31, 286 70 873 73 387 42 026 51, 842 52,053 $ 55 988 71, 026 69 875 78 655 Assistant 1 $ 33 538 43 000 43 944 50 ,811 80 130 77 615 38 000 42 000 42 362 51, 332 "Cfu 39 515 61, 530 60 135 75 000 Instructor $ 0 0 55 925 70 463 70,463 85 000 44 000 44 000 44 000 44 000 .. '" "<''.:;';::<:"'""" $ 0 0 0 0 Lecturer $ 0 0 0 $ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $ 41, 506 $ 52,402 $ 56 622 80 320 33 538 55 366 59 166 127,469 ;m''''"''''"''"'" 31, 286 81, 717 82 259 155 ,671 "" -:" "t'#ll 38 000 52 227 56 195 109 730 $ 39 515 74 819 74 640 104 350 130

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION FALL 2001 College Visual & Performing Arts Minimum Median Mean Maximum Marine Sciences Minimum Median Mean Maximum FMHI Minimum Median Mean Maximum Medicine Min i mum Median Mean Maximum Nursing Minimum Median Mean Maximum Professor 47 023 58 324 60 715 61, 680 84 663 84 869 11 $ 55 172 75 184 75 619 1 1 35 065 91,075 95 986 68 624 72 570 72,439 75 ,991 Note : Excludes non-tenure earning instructional faculty UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Total University -9 Month Basis Associate 39 073 47 ,051 47 352 49,424 53 849 53 576 $ 44 792 53 227 56 815 44 297 64 589 64 460 48 594 55, 936 54 773 62,660 Ass i stant 33 575 39 274 39 522 46 000 wt
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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION FALL 2001 Total University -9 Month Basis College Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Public Health Minimum 64 536 54, 758 46 310 0 46 3 1 0 Median 78 ,611 62 540 51,412 64 243 Mean 82,361 62,463 51, 653 67, 902 Maximum 1 5 20 1 5 TOT AL UNIVERSITY M i nimum $ 34, 968 $ 31, 286 $ 32, 728 $ 37, 054 $ 31, 286 Median 76 963 55, 452 45 288 44 000 61, 727 Mean 80 957 58, 569 51,471 53, 196 65 ,571 Maximum 1 1 1 1 TOTAL UNIVERSITY EXCLUDING MEDICINE Minimum 34 968 31, 286 33, 538 37, 054 0 31, 286 Median 73 638 54, 199 44 ,301 44 000 0 58, 060 Mean 76,479 57 283 48 792 53, 196 0 62,492 Maximum 155 ,671 122 269 105 238 85 000 0 155 ,671 Note : Excludes non-tenure earning instructional faculty SOURCE: BPA B5BF4FBK33 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 132

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Section VII AWARDS & HONORS National Merit Scholarships Endowed Chairs Student Financial Aid Awards More detailed information is always available in the lnfoMart at http://usfweb.usf.edu/usfirp/infomart/

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NATIONAL MERIT, NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT, AND NATIONAL HISPANIC SCHOLARS FALL 2001 All Scholars Scholar Indicator Continuing New Total National Merit Scholar Recipient 9 4 13 National Achievement Scholar Recipient 2 1 3 National Merit Scholar Finalist 11 0 11 National Achievement Scholar Finalist 4 0 4 National Achievement Scholar Semi-Finalist 1 0 1 National Hispanic Scholar Recipient 1 0 1 National Hispanic Scholar Finalist 17 3 20 -------Total 45 8 53 SOURCE : Student Data Course File UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 135

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ARCHITECTURE Marksborough Endowed Chair in Urban Design David Crane, Chair Sam Gibbons Eminent Scholar's Chair in Architecture and Urban Design Robert Campbell, Chair ARTS and SCIENCES Edward DeBartolo Endowed Chair in English John Patrick Rogers Chair BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Bank of America Endowed Chair Department: Finance William Francis & Jianping Qi, Chairs Jim & Leacy Quinn Eminent Scholar Department: School of Accountancy James Hunton, Chair Lykes Brothers INC Endowed Chair Department: Finance James Pappas, Chair SOURCE: Academic Affairs ENDOWED CHAIRS 2001-2002 Salomon Brothers/Hidden River Corp. Park Endowed Chair of Distributed Technology Department: IS/DS Alan Hevner, Chair EDUCATION David C Anchin/TECO Endowed Chair Department: David C. Anchin Center for the Advancement of Teaching William C. Katzenmeyer, Chair Gus & Francis Stavros Endowed Chair in Free Enterprise & Economic Education Department: The Stavros Center Dominic (Dick) J. Puglisi ENGINEERING Endowed Chair in Computer Science & Engineering Department: Computer Science & Engineering Abe Kandel, Chair Samuel & Julia Flom Endowed Chair i n Civil Engineering Department: Civil & Environmental Engineering Rajan Sen, Chair UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 INSTITUTE ON AGING William N Saunders Endowed Chair in Gerontology James Mortimer, Chair MARINE SCIENCE St. Petersburg Downtown Partnership Endowed Chair Chair Vacant NURSING Lewis & Leona Hughes Endowed Chair in Nursing Chair Vacant VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS Eminent Scholar Chair in Fine Arts Department: Various Rotating Visiting Artists Victor & Lee Leavengood Fine Arts Professorship Department: USF Contemporary Art Museum Margaret A. Miller, Chair 136

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COLLEGE OF MEDICINE Eric Pfeiffer Endowed Chair for Research in Alzheimer s Disease Department: Biochemical & Molecular Biology Huntington Potter Chair George V Cortner & Theofore J. Couch Endowed Chair in Cancer Research Department: Interdisciplinary Oncology Program Warren J. Pledger Chair Ed C. Wright Chair Endowed Chair in Cardiovascular Research Department: Internal Medicine Ray A Olsson, Chair Hugh F. Culverhouse Endowed Chair in Esophageal Disorders Department: Internal Medicine H Worth Boyce Chair SOURCE : Academic Affairs UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 ENDOWED CHAIRS (continued) 2001-2002 Helen Ellis Endowed Chair in Parkinson s Research Department: Neurology Juan Sanchez-Ramos Chair Harold Davis Endowed Chair in Cancer Research Department: Oncology & Internal Medicine Kenneth S Zuckerman Chair Anonymous Endowed Chair in Ophthalmology Department: Ophthalmology Lewis R. Groden Chair James P & Heather Gills Endowed Chair in Ophthalmology Department: Ophthalmology Peter Reed Pavan Chair All Children s Endowed Chair in Pediatrics Department: Pediatrics Chair Vacant Andrew & Ann Hines Endowed Chair in Pediatrics Department: Pediatrics Gary W. Litman Chair Andrews/Daicoff Endowed Chair Department: Pediatrics Chair Vacant John E & Aliese Price Endowed Chair in Pediatrics/Adolescent Medicine Department: Pediatrics Bernard Pollara Lewis Barness Endowed Chair Department: Pediatrics Chair Vacant 137

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COLLEGE OF MEDICINE (continued) Mason Endowed Chair in Pediatrics Department: Pediatrics Chair Vacant Robert Good Endowed Chair in Pediatrics Department: Pediatrics Chair Vacant Rothman Endowed Chair in Pediatrics Department: Pediatrics Chair Vacant Robert A. Silver Chair Department: Psychiatry Chair Vacant Robert Roskamp Endowed Chair in Biological Psychiatry Department: Psychiatry Michael Mullan, Chair SOURCE: Academic Affairs I INNFRSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDAD FACT BOOK 2001-2002 ENDOWED CHAIRS (continued) 2001-2002 Juan Bolivar Endowed Chair in Surgical Oncology Department: Surgery Chair Vacant Richard G Connar Endowed Chair in Surgery Department: Surgery Richard C. Kart, Chair Walter & Idun Berry/Shriner's Endowed Chair in Pediatric Orthopaedics Department: Surgery John R. Hassell SARASOTA-MANATEE CAMPUS Joy & Hugh Culverhouse Endowed Chair in Education College of Education Various Community Projects Evelyn Mills Duval Endowed Chair for Family Development Workshops, Conference etc. to promote family studies on the Sarasota-Manatee Campus ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS Marie E. & E Leslie Cole Endowed Chair in Ethics Department: Office of the Dean Chair Vacant Eleanor Poynter Jamison Endowed Chair in Media Ethics & Press Policy Department: Mass Communications John J Black 138

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STUDENT FINANCIAL AID SUMMARY 2000-2001 Total University SUMMARY OF AWARDS BY SOURCE OF FUNDS SUMMARY OF AWARDS BY PROGRAM IDENTIFIER FEDERAL STATE INSTITUTIONAL PRIVATE OTHER TOTAL $89,927 123 .61 $30,768 095.02 $11, 917 989.38 $5 644 804 .01 $10 475 00 $138 268,487 02 GRANTS LOANS SCHOLARSHIPS STUDENT EMPLOYMENT TOTAL $ 36 740 046.62 $ 74, 667 655.75 $ 25,480 539.08 $ 1, 380 245 57 $ 138 268,487.02 SUMMARY OF AWARDS BY AWARD CONDITION l.D. SUMMARY OF AWARDS BY CURRENT DEPENDENCY STATUS NEED BASED NEED BASED MERIT NEED BASED PERFORMANCE NEED BASED CATEGORICAL $ 66 206 306 .51 $ 383 ,182 39 $ 0 00 $ 330 927.22 NON-NEED BASED $ 31, 354 815.72 NON-NEED BASED MERIT $ 24,396,973.96 NON NEED BASED PERFORMANCE $ 2,452,458 .37 NON-NEED BASED CATEGORICAL $ 13 143 822 85 TOTAL $ 138 268,487.02 INDEPENDENT DEPENDENT NOT REPORTED TOTAL $ 65 338 393 00 $ 50 135 169 03 $ 22, 794 924 99 $ 138,268,487 02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 139

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STUDENT FINANCIAL AID AWARDS BY PROGRAM 2000-2001 Total University GRANTS TOTAL AWARDS NEED BASED NON NEED BASED GRANTS-FEDERAL-PELL $ 14,766 017 .08 $ 14,766,017.08 $ 0.00 GRANTS-FEDERAL-SEOG $ 588 992.08 $ 588,992 08 $ 0 00 GRANTS-ST ATE-FPSAG $ 4,059,001.84 $ 4 059,001.84 $ 0 00 GRANTS-INSTITUTIONAL $ 5,405,231.11 $ 3 029 022.02 $ 2 376,209 .09 GRANTS-PRIVATE $ 4,400 .00 $ 4,400.00 $ 0.00 GRANTS-ALL-OTHER $ 10,475 .00 $ 10,475 .00 $ 0 00 TUITION WAIVERS $ 11, 905 929 .51 $ 0.00 $ 11,905 929 .51 TOT AL GRANTS $ 36,740,046.62 $ 22,457,908 .02 $ 14 282 138 60 LOANS FEDERAL PERKINS LOANS $ 905,400. 72 $ 905,400 72 $ 0 00 FEDERAL FFELP $ 70,088 388.10 $ 41, 184 182 .55 $ 28 904,205 .55 FEDERAL FFELP PLUS $ 1 997 569 06 $ 0 .00 $ 1 997 569.06 INSTITUTIONAL LONG TERM $ 282 319 65 $ 278 569 65 $ 3,750 .00 PRIVATE LOANS $ 1,393 978.22 $ 0 00 $ 1 393 978 22 TOTAL LOANS $ 74,667 655 75 $ 42 368,152.92 $ 32,299 502.83 SCHOLARSHIPS FEDERAL SCHOLARSHIPS $ 200 ,511.00 $ 0 00 $ 200 ,511. 00 FLA TEACHER SCHOLARSHIPS $ 151,162.50 $ 0.00 $ 151, 162 .50 STATE BRIGHT FUTURES-FAS $ 5,430,438.35 $ 0 .00 $ 5,430,438 .35 OTHER STATE SCHOLARSHIPS $ 582 880.08 $ 4 000 .00 $ 578,880.08 INSTITUTIONAL $ 6 230 438 62 $ 377 182 .39 $ 5 853 256 23 PRIVATE SCHOLARSHIPS $ 4 246,425 79 $ 332 927.22 $ 3 913 498 .57 BRIGHT FUTURES FMS $ 8 145,440 65 $ 0.00 $ 8 145,440 65 BRIGHT FUTURES FGVS $ 493,242 09 $ 0 00 $ 493 242 .09 TOTAL SCHOLARSHIPS $ 25,480 539 08 $ 714 109 .61 $ 24,766 429.47 STUDENT EMPLOYMENT FEDERAL COLLEGE WORK STUDY $ 1 380 245 .57 $ 1 380 245 57 $ 0 .00 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 140

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SOURCE OF FUNDS: FEDERAL STATE INSTITUTIONAL PRIVATE OTHER TOTAL ALL SOURCES STUDENT FINANCIAL AID RECIPIENT PROFILE 2000-2001 Total University Total Aid Recipients Percentage of Total Receiving Aid Average Total Award (including loans) Total Need-Based Recipients Average Need-Based Award TOTAL AWARDS $ 89,927 123.61 $ 30 768,095.02 $ 11, 917 989 38 $ 5,644,804.01 $ 10,475.00 $ 138,268,487 02 24,027 62 3% $5,755 15,801 $4 236 NEED BASED $ 58 824,838 00 $ 4,063,001.84 $ 3,684,774 06 $ 337,327.22 $ 10,475.00 $ 66 920,416 12 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 NON NEED BASED $ 31, 102,285.61 $ 26 705 093.18 $ 8 233 215.32 $ 5,307,476.79 $ 0 00 $ 71, 348 070 90 141

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STUDENT FINANCIAL AID HISTORY TOTAL UNIVERSITY 2000-2001 120 000 FINANCIAL AID HISTORY 1 6 0 000 000 110 000 $ 138 268,487 100 000 140,000 000 "ti 90 000 120 000 000 "ti .... <_ "' 80 000 :c IJ) "' .... <( 100 000 000 -"' 70 000 0 -.... c: -0 "' 0 .... 60 000 80 000 000 c: 0 GI -.... ..0 LL O E 50 000 154,3661 .... IJ) ::I 60 000 000 0 c: z 40 000 0 c: :: ::I :: 30 000 $25,457 273 40 000 000 0 ::!: e-20 000 <( 10 000 2 0 000 000 0 0 1985 1990 2 000 2001 Academic Year Number Amount of Aid Year of Awards ( Millions of Dollars ) 1985 16 ,117 $25,457 273 1990 28 515 $47 810 276 2000 53 736 $129 ,4 15 830 2001 54, 366 $138 268,487 Source : Office of Financial Aid UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 142

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INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS GRANTS-IN-AID 2001-2002 Sport Men Women Baseball $ 90,000 $0 Basketball 180,000 240 000 Cross Country/Track 80 000 170,000 Football 900 000 0 Golf 48,000 68 000 Soccer 110,000 110,000 Softball 0 110,000 Tennis 50,000 88,500 Volleyball 0 140,000 TOTAL Intercollegiate Athletics Grants-in-Aid $ 1,458 000 $ 926 500 SOURCE : 2001-2002 USF Intercollegiate Athletic Budget UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 143

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SUMMARY OF RESEARCH AWARDS Fiscal Year 2000-2001 FUNDING SUMMARY BY COLLEGE COLLEGE OR AREA Academic Affairs Budgets HR & IT College of Arts & Sciences College of Business Administration College of Education College of Engineering College of Marine Science College of Medicine College of Nursing College of Public Health College of Visual & Performing Arts Health Sciences Centers/Institutes Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute New College Office of the President School of Architecture and Community Design St. Petersburg Campus Student Affai r s University Advancement Totals UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 20012002 FUNDING $ 5 893,455 1 868,485 10,662 938 990 172 17 625 709 21, 354,479 16 793 ,711 64,115 205 1 588 276 19 612 612 136 529 527,245 14 037 064 748 ,001 127 012 379 656 1 526 268 669 644 7 509,459 $ 186, 165,920 $200,000,000 $180,000,000 $160,000,000 $140,000,000 $120,000,000 $100,000,000 $80,000,000 $60,000,000 $40,000,000 $20,000,000 $0 91192 AWARD HISTORY FISCAL YEAR FY91/92 FY92/93 FY93/94 FY94/95 FY95/96 FY96/97 FY97/98 FY98/99 FY99/00 FY00/01 AMOUNT $51, 009 649 $65 310 339 $83 818 858 $104 176,400 $103 009 152 $106 027 562 $134 907 636 $161 332 805 $171 ,281, 729 $186 165 920 Research Awards 92193 93194 94195 95196 96'!17 97198 98199 99/00 00/01 144

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STATE APPROPRIATIONS FOR EDUCATION 2001-2002 ALLOCATIONS AMOUNT* 1997 1998 1999 Total General Revenue (GR) Appropriations $16,494.0 $18 009.8 $18 825.6 Education (Department of Education) GR $8 762.0 $9 625.8 $10,423 1 State University System (Division of Universities) ** $1, 863.8 $2 000.8 $2 348 0 University of South Florida ** $295 7 $306.2 $334 7 Expressed in millions ** Includes All Funds ( General Revenue Student Fee TF and Educational Enhancement TF ) SOURCE : DCU Office of Planning Budgeting and Policy Analysis 2001-2002 Allocation Summary and Workpapers 2001-2002 General Appropriat i ons Act and Summary Statement of Intent UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 2000 2001 $19 899.2 $20 336.6 $10 675 8 $10 820.0 $2,475.2 $2,417.6 $354.5 $362 9 147

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BUDGETED EXPENDITURES FISCAL YEAR 2001-2002 Budget Entity Salary OPS Expense oco Educational & General 192 863 777 19 439 815 40 373 972 1,755 ,081 Phosphate Research 1,282 656 90 000 781, 250 190 000 Health Science Center 52,395,422 3 172,565 2 330 098 782,727 SUBTOTAL 246 541,855 22,702,380 43,485 320 2,727,808 Auxiliary Enterprises 20 150 852 4 937 599 35 189 178 7 564 585 Contracts & Grants 87,433 190 54, 108 722 53 088 ,621 10 073 700 Activity and Service Fees (A&S) 777 657 4 067 776 I n tercollegiate Athletics 4 198 ,351 809 468 7 192 055 Concessions 436,466 Student Financial Aid 132,336 529 Direct Support Organizations Faculty Practice Plan Org. 47 236 ,291 2 172 ,111 13 828 776 371, 108 Capital Construction UNIVERSITY TOTAL $405,560 539 $85 507,937 $289' 624 721 $20,737 ,201 Direct Support Organizations are : USF Foundation, USF Research Foundation Inc., Sun Dome Inc., Medical Services Support Corp Inc USF Alumni Association and USF Charte r School Inc UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Special %of Category Total Total 19 358 073 273 790 718 29 24 % 3 939 119 6 283 025 0 67 % 13 685 260 72 366,072 7.73% 36, 982,452 352,439,815 37.64% 2 519 500 70,361 714 7.51% 4 760 707 209,464 9 4 0 22 .37% 4 845 433 0 52 % 12 199 874 1.30 % 436,466 0 05 % 147,838 132,484,367 14 15 % 52,971, 964 52,971 964 5 66 % 63 608 286 6 79 % 37 ,571, 392 37 ,571, 392 4.01 % $134,953,853 $936,384 ,251 100.00% 148

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ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY BUDGET ENTITY Other Percent of Expenditures By Budget Entity Science 7 .73% Auxiliary 7 .51% Education & Grants 22 37 % UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLOR IDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 FISCAL YEAR 2001-2002 Expenditures for All USF Budget Entities Budget Entity Amount Education & General 273,790,718 Contracts & Grants 209,464,940 Auxiliary 70,361,714 Health Science 72,366,072 Other 310,400,807 TOTAL 936,384,251 Expenditures For the "Other" Budget Entity Budget Entity Amount Financial Aid $132,484,367 Intercollegiate Athletics 12,199 874 Activities 4 845,433 Concessions 436,466 Direct Support Organizations 52,971,964 Capital Construction 37,571 392 Other 69 ,891,311 TOTAL OTHER $310,400,807 Percent 29.24% 22 37% 7.51% 7.73% 33.15% 100.00% Percent 42.68% 3.93% 1.56% 0 14% 17.07% 12.10% 22.52% 100.00% 149

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SOURCES AND USES OF CURRENT FUNDS 2000-2001 REVENUES BY SOURCE State Appropriations $300,367,026 44.5% Student Tuition and Fees $91,858,538 13.6% Private Gifts, Grants and Contracts $80,840,631 12.0% Federal Grants and Contracts $81,835,232 12.1% Auxiliary Enterprises Sales & Services $69,083 058 10.2% State and Local Grants and Contracts $43,211 605 6.4% Other Sources $5,646,218 0.8% Sales and Services of Edu. Act. $2,049,131 0.3% Total $67 4,891,439 100% Note: Library expenditures have been distributed among other expenditure function categories. SOURCE : USF Annual Financial Statement 2000-2001 Combined sources and Uses of Current Funds UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION Instruction $210 ,301, 983 Research $122,921,127 Academic Support $79,291,002 Institutional Support $68,583,008 Auxiliary $75,383,332 Operation & Maintenance $31,333,671 Scholarships & Fellowships $36,540 ,041 Public Service $10,877,480 Student Services $26,427,911 Transfers $3 125,935 $664, 785,490 31.6% 18 5% 11.9% 10.3% 11.3% 4.7% 5.5% 1.6% 4.0% 0.5% 100% 150

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Cash Forward Estimated Revenues Total Revenues Student Affairs Student Government College Councils Student Organizations Interim Funding Critical Reserve Reserves Activities Recreation Other Total Uses Source : 2001-2002 USF Operating Budget ACTIVITY & SERVICE FEE BUDGET 2001-2002 Sources and Uses of Revenue Tampa $2 323,077 5,399,712 7 722,789 $3,676,470 1,050 515 27 472 200 222 225,000 159,545 1,492,827 $6,832,051 St. Petersburg Sarasota/Manatee $211,175 576 164 787,339 71, 115 41, 524 463 525 $576,164 $82 277 219, 134 301,411 24 767 194 367 $219,134 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Lakeland $279 74,470 74 749 56,416 11, 766 $68, 182 Total $2,616,808 6,269,480 8,886,288 $3,676,470 1,202,813 27,472 200,222 225,000 159,545 1,534,351 669,658 $7,695 ,531 151

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STUDENT TUITION & FEE RATES 2001-2002 Total University by Campus Tampa St. Petersburg Sarasota Lakeland Medical Grad School "'.'" Matriculation Fee $55.67 $133.95 $55 67 $133 95 $55.67 $133 95 $55.67 $133 95 $10,930 76 Activity & Service Fee 7 10 7.10 9.16 9.16 9.82 9.82 5.00 5 00 228 36 Athletic Fee 7.50 7.50 1 66 1 66 1 66 1 66 1.66 1 66 223.26 Building Fee 2 32 2.32 2 32 2.32 2 32 2.32 2 32 2 32 92 80 Capital Improvement Fee 2.44 2.44 2.44 2.44 2.44 2.44 2.44 2.44 97.60 Health Fee 6 26 6 26 0 60 0 60 2.00 2.00 0 0 200 32 Student Financial Aid Fee 2 78 6 68 2.78 6.68 2 78 6 68 Additional Fees For Non-Flor i da Residents Out of State Tuition $250.41 $387.78 $250.41 $387 78 $250.41 $387 78 $250.41 $387 78 $19,923 60 Out of State Aid 12 .51 19.38 12 .51 19 38 12 .51 19 38 996 16 $339.61 -:: $559. 21 $566.03 $332.79 $33,239.38 *Flat Fees to be assessed one per term are: Tampa A&S $7 .00, Athletics $10 00 = $17 00 Total All other campuses Athletics $5.00 only. Note: Medical School students tuition & fee rates are annual; a one-time flat free of $34 is excluded Source: Purchasing & Financial Services Tuition Components UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 152

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OFFICE OF RESEARCH FISCAL YEAR 2000-2001 Types of Sponsors AGENCY CLASS RESEARCH TRAINING Federal Government $70 219 594 $13 175 051 State Government $17,168 290 $18 653 316 Local Government $2,978,304 $2 836 394 Private Partnerships $28 504 ,761 $2,812 902 Totals $118,870,949 $37,477,663 Local Government 3 % Private Partnerships 32 % State Government 20 % Government 45 % Note : A detailed l i st i ng by age n cy i s avai l able i n the Offi ce of Resea r ch Annual Report 2 000 2001. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 OTHER $705 950 $1,321, 900 $85,475 $27,703 983 $29,817,308 Other 16 % Research 64 % TOTALS $84 100 595 $37 143 506 $5 900 173 $59 ,021, 646 $186, 165,920 153

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USF FOUNDATION, INC. AND USF ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, INC. Summary Financial Report -For the Years Ending June 30 USF FOUNDATION, INC. 1998 1999 2000 2001 Assets $233 610 525 $279 739 699 $346 778 306 $356 ,631, 005 Liabilities 5 193 707 28 894,052 54 ,991, 656 56 670 739 Fund Balance $228,416 818 $250 845 617 $291 786 650 $299 960 266 Revenue and Support: Unrestricted $18 300 127 $20,445 ,691 $25 810 666 $24 762 772 Temporarily Restricted 17,241 ,821 8,233 370 12 222 975 (1,462 764) Permanently Restricted 20,455,281 16,468,542 30 247 908 10 955,898 Total Revenue $55 997 229 $45 147 603 $68 ,281, 549 $34 255 906 Expenditures 17,516 153 22,718 804 27 340 516 26 082 290 Net Increase in Fund Balance 38,481 076 22,428 799 40 ,941, 033 8 173 616 Beginning Fund Balance 191, 125 175 228,416 818 250 845 617 291, 786 650 Other Changes in Fund Balance {1, 0 0 0 Ending Fund Balance $228 416 818 $250 845 617 $291 786 650 $299 960 266 USF ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, INC. Assets $1,755,002 $2 565 765 $2 032 948 $1, 865 855 Liabilities 524,297 1,188 358 807,340 425 023 Fund Balance $1, 230 705 $1, 377,407 $1, 225 608 $1,440 832 Revenue and Support: Unrestricted $2 943 057 $2 272 606 $1, 345 ,971 $1, 272 ,051 Temporarily Restricted (1, 550 287) (126 078 ) (148 845) (29 214 ) Permanently Restricted 14 570 41,731 1 120 Total Revenue $1, 407 340 $2 188 259 $1, 198 246 $1, 237 270 Expenditures 2,982 193 2 ,041, 557 1 350 045 1 022 046 Net Change in Fund Balance (1, 574 853) 146 702 (151, 799) 215 224 Beginning Fund Balance 2 805 558 1 230 705 1 377,407 1 225 608 Ending Fund Balance $1, 230 705 $1,377,407 $1, 225 608 $1, 440 832 Source : USF Foundation and Alumni Association Inc. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 154

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Section IX PHYSICAL RESOURCES More detailed information is always available in the lnfoMart at http://usfweb.usf.edu/usfirp/infomart/ Site Information Square Footage by Space Category Special Facilities

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Site FALL 2001 Year Site Buildings Parking Site Name Street Address City Acqr Acreage # Gross Sq Ft Net Sq Ft Spaces TAMPA (EXCL HEAL TH SCI CTR) 4202 E FOWLER AVE TAMPA 1958 1,493 1 231 5 210 298 4 325,716 15, 254 SARASOTA CAMPUS 5700 N TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA 1975 143 2 49 500,712 364 922 1 079 ST PETERSBURG CAMPUS 140 SEVENTH AVE S ST. PETERSBURG 1967 46 .5 29 582 067 496,562 1 075 POLK JOINT USE FACILITY 3433 WINTER LAKE RD LAKELAND 1986 0.1 7 74,494 67 822 HEAL TH SCIENCES CENTER 12901 BRUCE B DOWNS TAMPA 1975 47 .5 22 790 ,291 629 350 1,857 TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY 1101 CHANNELSIDE DR TAMPA 1999 18 .0 14 116 14 116 221 RIVERVIEW (TV TRANSMITTER) 14205 BOYETTE ROAD RIVERVIEW 1965 40 .0 2 853 2 693 CHINSEGUT RT 2 BOX 216 BROOKSVILLE 1963 114.7 13 27,478 23 678 FLORIDA INST OF PHOSPHATE RSCH 1855 WEST MAIN ST BARTOW 1994 8 2 9 25 550 14 ,971 36 MOFFITT CANCER CARE CTR 12902 MAGNOLIA DR TAMPA 1985 20 .0 6 542 903 495 934 TOT AL UNIVERSITY 1,931.3 368 7,770 762 6,435,764 19 ,522 Note : All questions about the University's facilities should be directed to the Office of Facilit i es Planning and Construction at 813-974-2625 Source : Facilities Planning and Construction UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 157

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Student Acad Support Med i a P roducti on Aud/Exh Gymnas i um Classroom 0 C) .! T e ach i ng Lab .. () E Study 8 Support Serlvces 0: Research Lab Office -31,721 103 594 182 404 239 070 308 038 343 403 NET SQUARE FOOTAGES BY SPACE TYPE FALL 2001 Total University 425 425 449 ,231 1 227 715 Res i dent i al & Othe r 1 325 0 4 9 1 7QR nn< Non-assignable 0 200 000 400 000 600 000 800 000 1 000 000 1 200 000 1 400 000 1 600 000 Square Footage CAMPUS NON-ASSIGN OFFICE RESID & STUDY RESEARCH TEACHING CLASS GYM SUPPORT AUD/EXH MEDIA OTHER LAB LAB ROOM SERVICE PROD TAMPA 1 134 506 230 ,8821 139,411 182,404 SARASOTA 84 166 0 ST PETERSBURG 0 LAKELAND 0 TOTAL UNIVERSITY 1 798 0 449 ,231 308 038 182,404 Net square footage for total univers i ty also includes facilities located at the Health Sciences Center Moffitt Cancer Care Center Riverview Chinsegut Tampa Port Authori t y and Florida Institu t e of Phosphate Resea rch Source : Facilities Planning and Construct ion UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 1 800 000 STU ACAD SUPPORT 158

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Campus Recreation Center Northwest Activities Complex (MHH Bldg.) USF Golf Course USF Riverfront Park Stadium Sun Dome Bicycle Facilities Baseball BasketballNolleyball Golf Handball/Racquetball Outdoor Swimming Parcourse Soccer and Football Softball Tennis Track Argos Fitness Center (RAR Bldg ) RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY FACILITIES FALL 2001 facilities located in the Campus Recreation Center are : 1) Equipment Room 3) Natatorium 5) Mat Room 7) Upper and Lower Aerobics Rooms 9) Six Racquetball/Handball Courts 11) Upper and Lower Gyms-BasketballNolleyball/Badminton facilities located in the Northwest Activities Complex are : 1) Gymnasium 3) Locker/Shower Rooms 2) Dance Studio 4) Fitness Center 6) Outdoor Resource Center 8) Locker/Shower Rooms 10) Lounge and Vending Area 2) Games Area eighteen-hole course with clubhouse facility located adjacent to the Tampa Campus riverfront picnic and recreation area located on the Hillsborough River at Fletcher Avenue with equipment checkout for horseshoes, softball, volleyball, and canoeing varsity soccer/football playing field, 400-meter track concession facility, seating in stands for 4,000 the USF Sun Dome is a multi-purpose mass-seating facility with a seating capacity of approximately 11,000 which also accommodates intramural sports activity all University sidewalks are available for use by bicyclists and there are over 550 bike racks in the parking lots -Red McEwen field four outdoor courts driving range and putting greens six three-walled outdoor courts, six four-walled indoor courts in Campus Recreation Center Andros and Argos pools -a 1 3 mile fitness trail with eighteen exercise stations six fields that serve as both soccer and football fields, one varsity playing field located in the Stadium four fields twenty-eight courts located at Physical Education Building, Andros Complex, and Varsity Tennis area one 400-meter track, located in the Stadium weight training, cardiovascular equipment, and aerobics area UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 159

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Fitness Center BasketballNolleyball Boating Outdoor Swimming Softball/Soccer Field Tennis Campus Activities Center Outdoor Swimming Haney Sailing Center/ Waterfront Program Soccer/Flag Football Field RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY FACILITIES FALL 2001 facilities located in the Fitness Center are: 1) Weight Training Room 3) Two Racquetball Courts 2) Aerobic Room 4) Locker/Shower Rooms one outdoor sandpit volleyball court, one lighted outdoor basketball court three canoes, one 14 foot Hobiecat, one 16 foot Hobiecat two windsurfers one laser one Precision 16, one Sunfish boathouse, storage racks (under construction), with bayfront access on campus one outdoor pool, one therapeutic whirlpool outdoor combination field with walking track two lighted courts :x;._ } facilities located in the Campus Activities Center are: 1) Fitness Center/Weight Training 2) Lockers/Shower Rooms 3) Aerobic Multipurpose Room 4) One Racquetball Court 5) Main Gym/Multipurpose Room-Basketball/ Volleyball/Badminton/Indoor Soccer one outdoor pool (heated and equipped for water volleyball and lap swimming) sailing center facility with repair & storage space watercraft recreation area 1) Five recreational FJs 7) One Puffer 2) One canoe 8) Thirteen kayaks 3) Twelve competitive FJs 9) Sailing and camping equipment 4) Two safety/service boats 10) One 37-foot keel boat 5) Ten 18-25 foot keel boats 11) Three lasers 6) Eight snipes Intramural field UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 160

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VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS EXHIBITION Theatre Lobby Galley (TAT) Teaching Gallery (FAH 108) VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS PERFORMANCE Theatre 1 {TAT) Theatre 2 (THR) Music Recital Hall (FAH 101) Studio Theatre (TAR 120) PUBLIC EVENTS FACILITIES FALL 2001 Exhibition space Exhibition space Proscenium stage Variable configuration performance space Recital platform Variable configuration performance space Estimated Annual Visual & Performing Arts Performances and Exhibitions* Estimated Annual Visual & Performing Arts Performances and Exhibition Attendance GENERAL EXHIBITION USF Contemporary Art Museum Marshall Center Gallery (CTR 102) GENERAL PERFORMANCE/ASSEMBLY Marshall Center Special Event Center (SEC) Estimated SEC Annual Attendance Estimated SEC Annual Reservations Marshall Center 1956 Ballroom Marshall Center Meeting Rooms Estimated Marshall Center Annual Attendance Estimated Marshall Center Annual Reservations Sun Dome Performances and exhibitions are a part of the academic programs Variable configuration exhibition space Exhibition space Variable configuration Stage/Auditorium Ballroom/banquet room 12 Meeting/banquet rooms Multi-purpose Mass-seating facility Note: Marshall Center attendance and reservations are estimated for the period from July 2001 through June 2002 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 1,265 sq ft 770 sq ft 552 seating capacity 200 seating capacity (maximum) 234 seating capacity 100 seating capacity (maximum) 385 110 000 10,000 sq ft. 822 sq ft. 2,250 seating capacity 800 seating on floor 125 000 275 300 seat i ng capacity 10 200 seating capacity 550 000 8 000 11,000 seating capacity 800 seating on floor 161

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STUDENT HOUSING FACILITIES LIVING OPTIONS Traditional Housing Beta Hall Betty Castor Hall Suite-Style Housing Delta I Epsilon I Zeta I Eta Iota I Kappa I Theta I Lambda I Mu Apartment Style Housing Kosove Apartments The Village Holly Apartments Graduate and Family Housing New! Magnolia Apartments Fall 2001 Virtual Tours Experience what life is like in each of the halls. Photos and Experiences are provided by the students of the Residence Hall Association. RHA's Virtual Tours are availab le on-line at: http://www reserv.usf.edu/ Students who are married or have dependent children living with them are eligible to live in the Magnolia family units These apartments are unfurnished and have 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a living room and a kitchen. A small playground is located directly outside of the family apartment building Accomodations are made for Special Needs There are rooms in all housing complexes to accomodate the use of wheelchairs and students who have sight or hearing loss. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 162

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USF FACT BOOK GLOSSARY 2001-2002 Academic Year-For reporting purposes the time period containing the academic sessions held during consecutive Summer Fall and Spring semesters currently May through April. Academic Rank is a state-wide categor i zation of faculty positions Categories include Professor, Associate Professor Assistant Professor and Instructor. Academic Year is the time period containing the academic sessions held during consecutive Summer Fall and Spring semesters. Administrative and Professional (A&P) Middle and upper level administrative and profess i onal positions i n DCU. Advanced Graduate -is a graduate student who has been formally adm i tted to a recognized Doctoral or Post-Master's degree program who has accumulated 36 or more semester credit hours toward his or her degree program or has a Master's degree Annual Unduplicated Headcount is the absolute number of individual students enrolled over a given academic year. Auxiliary Enterprise is a budget entity which is comprised of ancillary support units on each university campus. The major activities are student housing food service bookstores central stores, facilit i es maintenance and computer support Beginning Graduate is a graduate student who has been formally admitted to a graduate program but who is not an advanced graduate student. Budget Entity -i s the lowest unit to which funds are specifically appropriated in the appropriations act. Building Square Footage Square footage in buildings is categorized as Gross or Net. Gross square footage is the sum of all areas on all floors of the structure Net is gross less all structural areas Net is UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 further characterized as Assignable or Non-Assignable Assignable square footage includes all areas that can be used by occupants to carry out their functions Remaining areas those that are not suitable for occupants like mechanical areas a r e called non-assignable CIP (Classification of Instructional Programs) Discipline CodesThese codes represent a nationally used common ta x onomy for the classification of higher education discipline/deg ree programs Contracts and Grants (C&Gl Budget -is a budget entity which contains activities in support of research public service and training These activities are funded with awards from federal state local and private sources DCU Division of Colleges and Uni versities within the Florida Department of Education Degree-Seeking Student -A student formally admitted to the University and pursuing a degree. Departmental Account is the lowest level of accumulation for preparation of the university s Operating Budget such as Pres i dent's Office University Controller s Office Department of Chemistry etc Educational and General (E&G) Budget is a budget entity that contains resources that provide educational opportunities to the citizens of Florida through i nstructional programs leading to formal degrees at the baccalaureate masters and doctoral levels ; research directed toward solving technical social and economic problems facing the state and nation ; and public serv ice programs which apply the e x pertise of university personnel in solving publ i c problems Enrollment Benchmarks Mandated dates during each academic term at which a copy of the Student Data Course F ile is subm i tted to the DCU At each of these points enrollment reports are created for i nternal management information purposes. Currently benchmarks are 165

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Drop/Add (five days into the term) Preliminary (approximately 8 wieks into the term) and Final (approx. 7 weeks after the end of the term) Expenditure Analysis is a document which reports the actual expenditures (fiscal and personnel) for the fiscal year ending the previous June 30 and includes total expenditures from all sources and distinguishes costs for master's and doctoral programs as well as direct indirect and full cost data. Faculty -A person appointed to a position defined by the Florida Department of Education Personnel Classification system as in the faculty pay plan. Categories include Professor Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, and Instructor, as well as non-instructional staff such as Counselor/ Advisors and Librarians. Faculty Rank is a state wide categorization of faculty positions Categories include Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor and Instructor. First Professional Student At USF, a student working toward a M .D.; also refers to students of Law, Pharmacy, etc Fiscal Year -A 12-month period beginning July 1 and ending June 30. FTIC (First-time-in-college) -An entering freshman or a first year student. Any student entering with less than 12 hours of college credit is classified as FTIC Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Employee -A numerical designator for an appointment based on 100% for full time (40 hours) An FTE for a full time employee is 1 00. A part-time employee FTE is calculated based on the proportion of number of weekly hours worked to 40 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Student -A measure of student enrollment normally annualized, based on the number of student credit hours for which students enroll. Full-Time undergraduate is 15 hours (Fall and Spring Terms) 10 hours (Summer Term). Full-Time graduate is 12 hours (Fall and Spring Terms), 8 hours (Summer Term). UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Full-Time Student -An undergraduate enrolled for 12 or more semester credit hours in a term ; a graduate student enrolled for 9 or more semester credit hours in a term Fundable Student Credit Hours (SCH) Those student credit hours for which the university receives funding from the state. Graduate Fee Waivers Appropriations by the Legislature for graduate assistant fee waivers are used to fund graduate and fellowship fee waivers granted by the universities. The graduate assistant fee waivers are provided to students based on graduate credit hours taken and the number of hours worked Gross Student Credit hours (SCH) Total student credit hours, regardless of funding source. Level of Student -is the student's level of progress toward a degree. Freshmen and Sophomore students are categorized in the Lower Level ; Junior and Senior students are categorized in the Upper Level; Graduate students are categorized in the Graduate Level. Lower Division Student -is a student who has earned less than sixty semester credit hours Major Field of Study Students are classified as majors acco r ding to their selection of a primary field of study This field must be selected for state approved programs and university approved majors within each degree program. Non-Degree Seeking See Unclassified Student. Non-Tenure Earning are those non-tenured faculty whose position does not provide for the possibility of attaining tenure Operating Budget -An expenditure plan developed for each fiscal year. The plan must conform to the annual allocation/appropriation and list estimated expenditures by budget category for the year 166

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Other Personal Services (OPS) Persons paid from OPS are performing temporary work of some nature. There is no continuing obligation on the part of the University toward OPS appointments Out-of-State Fee Waivers Appropriations by the Legislature are used to fund out-of-state fee waivers granted by the universities. The funds support undergraduate students, graduate assistants, and fellowships The out-of-state fee waivers are provided to students based on credit hours taken and the number of hours worked. Part-time Student -is a graduate student enrolled for less than 9 semester credit hours in a term, or an undergraduate student enrolled for less than 12 semester credit hours in a term. Person Years -A budgeting term calculated and based on a position budgeted for twelve months of activity and a full-time portion of effort (weeks budgeted multiplied by FTE, divided by the actual number of weeks in the fiscal year (52.2). Preliminarv Headcount Enrollment The enrollment taken from the official data files of the University, as submitted to the DCU, approximately eight weeks after the beginning of each term SACS Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Service Area Ten county area designated by the Board of Regents as the portion of the state to which the university provides academic services. [Note: USF forfeited 5 counties to FGCU in 1997.] Student -A person who is entered into a relationship with the University in an officially recognized capacity. An active student is one who is eligible for registration or currently enrolled. Student Data Course File (SDCFl DCU computer file containing enrollment data for every student registered during a term UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 Student Headcount Enrollment The absolute number of individual students enrolled at a specified time Student Level Classification of students based on number of semester hours earned. SUS State University System of Florida Tenure The condition attained by a faculty member through scholarly activities which assures the faculty member security of employment and immunity from reprisals or threats due to an intellectual position or belief which may be unpopular, and which guarantees annual reappointment for that faculty member until voluntary resignation, retirement or removal for adequate cause Unclassified Student -A student who is not formally admitted to a degree program, and thus, not degree-seeking Undeclared Student A degree-seeking student who has neither declared a major nor been admitted to a limited access program Unduplicated Headcount -Headcount which includes only one count for each student who is simultaneously enrolled in courses on any two or more campuses. Total University headcount is unduplicated ; headcount by campus is duplicated. University Support Personnel System CUSPS) -A state pay plan and personnel system for support personnel (excluding A&P and Faculty) within the State University System of Florida Upper Division Student -is a student who has earned 60 or more semester credit hours or has a Associate of Arts degree or is working toward an additional Baccalaureate degree 167

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The University of South Florida is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Bachelor's, Master's, Specialist, and Doctoral degrees. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 2001-2002 168

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