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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA TAMPA ST. PETERSBURG SARASOTA FORT MYERS LAKELAND 1989 1990 FACT BOOK 813/974-2450 Office of Resource Analysis & Plamlng Administrative Alfa/rs Tampa, Florida 33620 UE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION.EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION

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The University of South Florida Fort Hyers Lakeland -Sarasota -St. Petersburg Taapa 1989-90 PREFACE The University of South Florida is a public, c011prehensive, metropolitan undergraduate and graduate university. It enrolls over 31,000 student in 88 undergraduate areas, 87 usters and specialist prograu and 20 doctoral progr&11s, including the M.D. The Univeraity's faculty of over 1,800 meabers teach, conduct research, and perform public service through 11 colleges on 5 campuses. To assist you in knowing 1110re about the University of South Florida, this Fact Book presents infonuation about our students, programs, faculty, staff, and financial and physical resources. The information selected for inclusion in the Fact Book reflects the questions aost frequently asked by the University's many publics. The seventh annual edition of the Fact Book follows the general forut of the prior editions; therefore, year-to-year comparisons of information can be readily aade. Additionally, several graphs have been included to illustrate multiyear trends. Please telephone Louise H. Klebe who coordinated the production of this fact book, if you have any questions about the infonution presented. The staff of the Office of Resource Analysis and Planning sincerely thanks the many offices that contributed materials for the Fact Book. Susan M. Mitchel Director Office of Resource Analysis and Planning This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of $4,250 or $9.00 per copy, to provide factual data to the University cOIIIIDUnity about USF students, programs, staff and financial and physical resources. (90-45) 111

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The University of South Florida FACT BOOK Preface Table of Contents SECTION I -USF Milieu Highlights A Quick Reference Historical Growth SUS Service Area Demographics SUS Service Area Population (Map) USF as a Part of State University USF Service Area Demographics USF Service Area Enrollment Trends System SECTION II -Students-Enrollment Annual ITE and Funded Student Credit Hours-Total University by College & by Campus, (1987-88 and 1988-89) Applied, Accepted and Enrolled Students Bachelor of Independent Studies Program Enrollment Headcounts--Total University, by College & by Campus International Students National Merit & Achievement Scholars New Degree-Seeking Students--Total University, by College & by Campus Night vs Day Enrollment SCH by Instructor Type The Schoo] of Extended Studies Student Geographic Profile (Maps). SECTION III -Students-Programs iii V 3 4 6 .. 5 9 7 8 83-95 45 101 15-44 77 78 47-76 79-82 97-100 101 13-14 Alumni Career Resource Center Degree Programs Degrees Awarded . .. 128 129 105-108 E & G Fundable Sections Financial Aid Florida Mental Health Institute Intercollegiate Athletic Programs Library Services Program Accreditations Research/Service Centers & Institutes .109-110 111-118 126-127 125 124 119 121 .122-123 Table of Contents Fall 1989 SECTION IV -Staff Adjunct Faculty Administrative & Professional Personnel Average Faculty Salaries Faculty Headcounts--Total University, by College & by Campus Graduate Assistants Librarians Non-Instructional Faculty. Organizational Chart Part-Time Faculty Selected Personnel by Organization University Support Personnel USF Employee Headcount SECTION V -Fiscal Resources Activity & Service Fee Budget Authorized Manyear Positions Auxiliary Enterprises Budget Contracts and Grants Endowed Chairs Ffundation Intercollegiate Athletics Grants-in-Aid Operating Budget Revenues & Expenditures State Appropriations for Education Student Fee Rates--by Campus SECTION VI -Physical Resources Campus Construction Classroom Capacity Classroom Utilization. Computing Services Cultural Events Facilities Physical Facilities Recreational Facilities Student Housing 171-172 175-176 141-143 144-172 173-174 170 167-169 133 165-166 134-139 177-180 181 199 187 195 196-197 202-203 201 198 185-186 188 189 191-194 226 221-225 220 217 219 207-216 218 227 V

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STUDENTS Heacount F'rE: BOR IPEDS EMPLOYEES Headcount F'rE DEGREES Programs Awarded 188-189 BUDGETS LIBRARY VOLUMES CAflPUS ACREAGE OO~IITORY RESIDENTS The University of South Florida H I G H L I G H T S Total University Fall 1989 Undergraduate Graduate 21,300 4,642 16,279 3,324 17,231 4,041** Faculty A & p Sueeort Personnel 1,805 272 2,494 1,664 266 2,458 Bach Mast EdS PhD 1st Prof 88 85 2 19 1 4,173 1,144 19 72 93 E & G Medical $169,100,869 $53,911,563 Fort Sarasota/ St. Myers Lakeland New College Petersburg Ta11ea 121,896+ 198,430 120,609 747,646 55 .1 ++ 109 22 1,664 290 3,130 *Totals may reflect the sum of more items than those identified separately on this page **Includes 1st Professional Students +Edison Community Coll~ g~/USF Learn Ing Resource Center ++Polk Joint Use UNIVERSifY For more detailed TOTALS data see eage no. 31,638 15-44 19,603 21,272 4,571 144-181 4,388 195 105-108 5,501 109-110 $367,562,702 185-186 1,295,857 119 1,891 207 3,420 227 3

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1960-61 STUDENT ENROLLMENT Fall Headcount 1,997 Non-Resident Aliens FACULTY MANYEARS* 108.5 ADMINISTRATION & PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS* 30 SUPPORT PERSONNEL* 202 NUMBER OF DEGREE PROGRAMS 28 NUMBER OF DEGREES AWARDED** E & G OPERATING BUDGET $2,197.3 TOTAL BUDGETS $2,434.8 USF PRESrnENTS The University of South Florida HISTORICAL GROWTH Founded 1956 1970-71 1980-81 1986-87 17,922 25,054 29,458 186 314 714 834.2 1,039.4 1,350.3 85 142 132.5 822 1,417 1,984.6 127 165 194 3,477 4,941 5,232 $25,304.6 $ 62,192.0 $113,466.5 $38,385.4 $114,884.8 $251,229.1 1987-88 29,143 689 1,393.9 151.8 2,001.7 192 5,542 $124,385.3 $270,927.9 John Lott Brown, 1978-1988 Cecil Hackey, 1971-1976 1988-89 19fl9-90 30,003 31,638 671 707 1,454.0 1,520.5 157.7 177 .6 2,024.5 2,081.7 195 195 5,501 $148,729.9 $169,100,869 $348,825.8 $367,562,702 John S, Allen, 1957-1970 Francis T. Borkowski, 1988 -Carl Riggs (Acting), 1977-1978 William Reese Smith, Jr. (Interim), 1976-1977 Harris W. Dean (Acting), 1970 CAflf'USES -1st Classes (Founded) Tampa 1960 (1956) St, Petersburg 1968 (1965) New College/USF 1975 (1975) *Budgeted positions reflecting E & G, ~!(:dicine and F'Mlll only **Includes Associate Degrees NOTE: 1980-89 data includes Co11cg> of Medicine; 198689 Includes ~1111 Fort Hyers 1974 (1974) Lakeland 1987 (1987) Sarasota 1975 (1975) 4

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The University of South Florida INSTITIJTIONAL SERVICE AREA POPULATIONS State University Systea (E) 694,598 Florida (E) 478,065 Florida State University Statewide Service (1857) on 12,01+3,608 University of South (E) 3,423,241 Hendry (Shared with FAU) (E) a April 1, 1987 Population Estimates (Year established) SOURCE: 1988 Florida Statistical Abstract, Table 1.31 1987-88 SUS Fact Book Figure 1 1987 University of North Florida (1965) (E) 1,144,895 University of Florida Statewide Service (1853) (E) 12,043,608 University of Central Florida (1963) (E) 2,114,450 Florida Atlantic University (1961) (E) 1,720,917 includes Broward (shared with FJU) llendry (shared with USF) --,,-__ Florida International University (1965) (E) 2,467,442 includes Broward ( shared with FAU) 5

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The University of South Florida SUS SERVICE AREA 1987 POPULATION(E) SUS: % of UNIVERSITIES Total Total Central Florida 2,114,450 18 % Florida* Florida A & M 478,065 4 Florida Atlantic**+ 1,720,917 14 Florida International+ 2,467,442 20 Florida State* North Florida 1,144,895 10 South Florida** 3,423,241 28 West Florida 694,598 6 Total 12,043,608 100 *Statewide Service **Hendry County shared (half of population to each) +Broward County shared ( h alf of population t o each) (E)April 1, 1987 Populatio n Estimates SOURCE: 1987-88 SUS Fact Book Table 11 19 88 Florida Statistical Abstrac t T able 1.31, 4.82 1987-88 1987-88 HIGH SCHOOL H.S. GRADUATES GRADUA'IBS % WHO CONTINUED in C011111. Fla. Univ. Headcount Colleges & Colleges 15,637 29 % 19 % 3,958 26 11 10,174 26 19 16,048 38 18 8,739 26 18 22,746 26 17 6,390 29 13 83,692 29 17 6 1987-88 SUS Headcount % of Enrollment Total 17,398 12 % 35,099 23 5,743 4 11,082 7 16,313 11 23,485 16 6,758 4 29,272 19 6,645 4 151,795 100

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1987 P O P U L A T I O N Total Age 14-24 Age 25-44 STATE OF FLORIDA 12,043,608 1,687,677 3,403,095 Charlotte 88,230 7,455 15,005 Collier 126,631 14,304 32,614 DeSoto 22,890 3,428 6,302 Glades 7,357 1,002 1,847 Hardee 22,095 3,816 5,727 HendrY* 24,572 3,878 7,234 Hernando 79,718 8,251 14,551 Highlands 63,540 7,156 13,079 Hillsborough 801,392 130,465 251,822 Lee 293,713 33,060 73,341 Manatee 181,684 20,287 42,423 Pasco 254,696 23,552 46,708 Pinellas 828,700 94,135 208,623 Polk 389,056 57,723 113,302 Sarasota 251,253 24,982 55,147 The University of.South Florida USF SERVICE AREA 1986 PERSONAL INCOME 1987 High School Per Capita $ Graduates $ 14,630 83,692 13,732 669 18,402 856 9,213 170 7,804 40 9,714 189 12,247 235 10,727 535 11,701 382 13,161 6,252 14,854 1,627 15,412 1,171 11,805 1,415 17,039 5,124 11,500 2,852 19,248 1,346 Service Area Total 3,413,2 41** 431,555** 884,108** 22,746** *Shared by USF and Florida Atlantic University **l/2 of Hendry County excluded 1987-88 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES % WHO CONTINUED IN Coaa. Fla. Univ. College & Colleges 29 17 27 17 15 21 16 11 13 20 25 2 12 6 24 12 37 16 18 20 37 15 25 12 23 14 33 15 28 19 28 16 26 17 SOURCE: 1988 Florida Statistical Abstract, Tab les l.J5, 4.82 and 5.10 and 1987-88 SUS Fact liook, Table 11 and 15 UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT FALL '87 % Enrolled s.u.s at USP 151,795 438 53 821 43 88 57 21 29 103 68 121 29 468 55 252 38 12,264 78 2,037 55 1,402 61 1,505 74 9,191 64 2,662 46 2,468 54 33,841 66 7

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County Charlotte Collier DeSoto Glades Hardee Hendry* Hernando Highlands Hillsborough Lee Manatee Pasco Pinellas Polk Sarasota Total % of USF Enr ollment *Shared with Florida Atlantic Unversity SOURCE: Student Data Course File 1985 217 301 63 17 38 31 205 56 8,748 1,021 761 987 5,268 1,017 1,215 19,945 72.l % The University of South Florida SERVICE AREA ENROLLHEN'r AT USF Fall Headcount Trends 1986 1987 227 224 305 341 60 45 12 5 41 46 34 33 240 228 64 73 9,373 9,054 1,087 1,092 819 848 1,036 1,004 5,604 5,689 1,062 1,192 1,279 1,313 21,243 21,187 72.1 % 72.7 % 8 1988 1989 233 234 361 411 35 42 6 6 54 61 26 29 277 334 82 98 9,525 10,083 1,056 1,190 881 982 1,109 1,166 5,918 6,087 1,267 1,344 1,285 1,418 22,115 23,485 73.7 % 74.2 %

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Student Enrollment Headcount FTE (BOR) Faculty Full-time Headcount Manyears A & P Manyears USPS Manyears Degree Programs The University of South Florida as a part of The State University System 1987-88 SUS 151,795 89,157 7,737 7,961 1,588 13,136 1,464 Operating budgets -State Appropriations -All Sources $ 897 million 1,639 million SOURCE: 1987-88 SUS Fact Book, Figure 4 Tabl e s 11, 1 2 25, 46 and 54 USF % of SUS 19 % 17 18 17 14 16 13 17 16 9

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OKALOOSA 44 Total In-State Enrollment Total Enrollment \ of Total Enrollment *Rnsed on geographic orlgln 11t time of entry (may no longer he consistent with residency status for fee-paying purposes) SOURCE: Student Data Course File The University of South Florida ENROLLED STUDENTS Florida County of Origin* Fall 1989 28,034 31,638 89\ 584 BROIIARD 952 13

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\ ---St flAwfllil ft Orrgon 6 -tleuda 4 Uleh 4 A1lro11e II t.lontatta 0 Wyontlng I Colooedo 30 ll~w Mealco J *Based on geographic origin at time of entry (tnilY no longer he consistent with residency status for fee-paying purposes) SOURCE: Student Uata Course File The University of South Florida ENROLLED SruDENTS tlmllt llnkola 0 South Onkola 4 llrhonska 6 J_ _ tc,u,,.ns 13 State of Origin* Fall 1989 Mls,ou1I 33 Oklehom11 '-\. lean 62 13 Aokenua Non-Resident Unknown state of origin Florida Non-Florida U.S. Enrollment Total Enrollment 707 197 -28 ,034 -2,700 31,638 2.2% 0.6 88.6 8.6 100.0% 14

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The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Total University Fa 11 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc l Total HEADCOUNT 3,846 2,361 6,621 8,472 21,300 3,814 828 4,642 375 5,321 31,638 STATUS Fu 1 I -Time 3,178 1,930 4,091 4,432 13,631 1,200 462 1,662 375 246 15,914 Part-Time 668 431 2,530 4,040 7,669 2,614 366 2,980 5,075 15,724 SEX Male 1,763 1,047 2,866 3,925 9,~01 1,593 418 2,011 255 1 ,997 13,864 Female 2,083 1,314 3,755 4,547 11,699 2,221 410 2,631 120 3,324 17,774 RACE Non-Real dent Al ten 59 57 116 157 389 157 118 275 43 707 Black, Non-Hispanic 253 103 241 337 934 130 33 163 8 281 1,386 American Indian 4 2 7 10 23 8 2 10 6 39 Asian, Pac if I c Islander 119 90 170 211 590 50 9 59 23 66 738 Hispanic 305 154 354 494 1,307 146 24 170 36 220 1 ,733 White, Non-Hispanic 3,106 1,955 5 ,733 7,263 18,057 3,323 642 3,965 308 4,705 27,035 AGE Mean 19 21 25 27 24 33 36 33 25 37 28 Median 18 20 22 25 22 31 35 32 24 35 24 RESIDENCY In-State 3, 117 1,926 5,992 7,982 19,017 3 ,519 658 4,177 373 5,011 28,578 Out-of-State 670 378 513 333 1,894 138 52 190 2 267 2,353 Non-Resident-Allen 59 57 116 157 389 157 118 275 43 707 15

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The University of South Florida 16 ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Total University, Continued Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Maatar/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total COLLEGE Architecture 53 53 53 Arts & Letters 249 185 651 666 1,751 211 58 269 2,020 Business 853 422 I ,862 2,463 5,600 836 24 860 6,460 Education 227 204 999 I ,528 2,958 1,181 288 1,469 4,427 Engineering 362 279 592 1,242 2,475 398 98 496 2,971 Fina Arts 202 100 185 261 748 53 53 801 Independent Studies 2 6 2 10 10 Natural Sciences 619 304 461 637 2,021 196 127 323 2,344 New College 245 173 96 514 514 Social Sciences 397 253 1,320 1,385 3,355 529 176 705 4,060 Unclaaaified 5,321 5,321 Undeclared 934 367 306 61 1,668 1,668 Madi cine 375 375 Medical Sciences 41 41 41 Nursing 2 66 131 200 157 157 357 Pub I i c Hea I th 200 16 216 216 Includes majors and intended majors

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Full -T lme Part-Time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Juntor Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic Whtte, Non-Hlspantc AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Restdent-Allen DISCIPLINE Architecture Includes majors and intended majors The Untverstty of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Architecture -All Campuses Fal I 1989 GRADUATES Santor Total Master/EdS PhD 53 35 18 41 12 I 2 49 33 32 50 3 53 OTHER Total Prof. Unc I. Total 53 53 35 35 18 18 41 41 12 12 1 1 2 2 49 49 33 33 32 32 50 50 3 3 53 53 17

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The University of South Florida 18 ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Arts & Letters Al I Campuses Fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 249 185 651 666 1,751 211 58 269 2,020 STATUS Ful I-Time 191 152 438 348 I 129 98 29 127 I ,256 Part-Time 58 33 213 318 622 113 29 142 764 SEX Male 83 57 228 223 591 74 21 95 686 Female 166 128 423 443 1,160 137 37 174 1,334 RACE Non-Resident Allen 2 5 4 9 20 17 2 19 39 Black, Non-Hispanic 11 6 19 21 57 6 4 10 67 American Indian 2 2 4 2 2 6 Asian, Pacific Islander I 2 12 7 22 I 2 24 Hispanic 12 8 32 35 87 14 14 101 White, Non-Hispanic 223 164 582 592 1,561 171 51 222 I, 783 AGE Mean 19 21 24 27 24 34 39 35 26 Median 18 20 22 24 22 32 39 34 22 RESIDENCY In-State 187 146 591 609 1,533 183 53 236 1,769 Out-of-State 60 34 56 48 198 11 3 14 212 Non-Resident-Allen 2 5 4 9 20 17 2 19 39 DISCIPLINE American Studies 1 4 7 12 5 5 17 Convnunlcations 102 91 382 284 859 21 21 880 Foreign Languages 7 14 19 40 80 22 22 102 Humanities 2 1 12 9 24 24 Letters 135 65 206 295 701 102 58 160 861 Liberal/General Studies 1 11 13 7 32 43 43 75 Philosophy/Religion 2 2 15 24 43 18 18 61 Includes majors and intended majors

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The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Business -Al 1 Campuses Fa 11 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Mastar/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc I Total HEADCOUNT 853 422 1,862 2,463 5,600 836 24 860 6,460 STATUS Full-Time 702 329 982 919 2,932 324 2D 344 3,276 Part-Time 151 93 880 1,544 2,668 512 4 516 3,184 SEX Male 486 211 915 1,198 2,810 465 14 479 3,289 Female 367 211 947 1,265 2,790 371 10 381 3,171 RACE Non-Resident A I len 27 17 32 44 120 27 2 29 149 Black, Non-Hispanic 62 18 65 65 210 16 16 226 American Indian 1 1 2 4 1 1 5 Asian, Pacific Islander 20 13 48 54 135 17 1 18 153 Hispanic 47 23 87 149 306 30 1 31 337 White, Non -Hispanic 696 351 1,629 2,149 4,825 745 20 765 5,590 AGE Mean 19 21 25 28 25 30 36 30 26 Median 18 20 22 25 23 29 36 29 23 RESIDENCY In-State 647 337 1,694 2,341 5,019 782 19 801 5,820 Out-of-State 179 68 136 78 461 27 3 30 491 Non-Resident-Allen 27 17 32 44 120 27 2 29 149 DI SC I PLINE Business 853 422 1,862 2,463 5,600 836 24 860 6,460 19 Includes majors and intended majors

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The University of South Florida 20 ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Education -All Campuses Fa 11 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc 1. Total HEADCOUNT 227 204 999 1,528 2,958 1,181 288 1,469 4,427 STATUS Full-Time 197 171 687 1,128 2,183 208 89 297 2,480 Part-Time 30 33 312 400 775 973 199 1,172 1,947 SEX Male 38 29 163 303 533 265 104 369 902 Female 189 175 836 1. 225 2,425 916 184 1,100 3,525 RACE Non-Resident Allen 2 5 7 11 8 19 26 Black, Non-Hispanic 13 11 31 45 100 40 11 51 151 American Indian 2 1 3 3 Asian, Pacific Islander 4 6 9 19 6 2 8 27 Hispanic 10 11 44 61 126 46 8 54 180 Whl ta, Non-Hispanic 200 182 916 1,408 2,706 1,076 258 1,334 4,040 AGE Mean 19 21 26 28 26 35 41 36 29 Median 18 20 22 25 23 35 40 36 27 RESIDENCY In-State 197 180 952 1,484 2,813 1,156 276 1,432 4,245 Out-of-State 30 24 45 39 138 14 4 18 156 Non-Resident-Allen 2 5 7 11 8 19 26 DISCIPLINE Education 227 204 999 1,528 2,958 1,025 288 1,313 4,271 Library Science 156 156 156 Includes majors and intended majors

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The Unlveralty of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Engineering -Al I Campuses Fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER F reahman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 362 279 592 1,242 2,475 398 98 496 2,971 STATUS Ful I -Time 309 225 342 616 1,492 115 65 180 1,672 Part-Time 53 54 250 626 983 283 33 316 1,299 SEX Male 289 216 480 I ,024 2,009 339 89 428 2,437 Female 73 63 112 218 466 59 9 68 534 RACE Non-Resident Allen 11 15 25 54 105 68 49 117 222 Black, Non-Hispanic 34 19 25 52 130 12 3 15 145 American Indian 1 1 2 2 Asian, Pacific Islander 15 26 39 74 154 16 17 171 Hispanic 36 19 42 85 182 14 15 197 Whl te, Non-Hispanic 265 200 461 976 1 ,902 288 44 332 2,234 AGE Mean 19 21 24 27 25 29 33 30 26 Median 18 20 22 25 23 28 31 29 24 RESIDENCY In-State 297 242 537 1,151 2,227 318 42 360 2,587 Out-of-State 54 22 30 37 143 12 7 19 162 Non-Resident-Alien 11 15 25 54 105 68 49 117 222 DISCIPLINE Engineering 358 270 533 1,092 2 ,253 398 98 496 2,749 Engineering Technology 4 9 59 150 222 222 21 InclucJ~s majors anti i11t ., ncJecJ mdjors

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The Un1vera1ty of South Florida 22 ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Fine Art a A 11 Campuses fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freahman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Maater/EdS PhO Total Prof. Unc I Total HEADCOUNT 202 100 185 281 748 53 53 801 STATUS Ful I-Time 173 84 134 169 560 28 28 588 Part-Time 29 16 51 92 188 25 25 213 SEX Male 79 41 68 126 314 24 24 338 Female 123 59 117 135 434 29 29 463 RACE Non-Resident Allen 2 1 4 3 10 2 2 12 Black, Non-Hl&panlc 9 3 8 9 29 29 American Indian 2 2 3 A51an, Pac if le l&lander 2 5 6 13 13 Hl&panlc 19 5 4 14 42 3 3 45 Whl ta, Non-H15panlc 172 89 164 227 652 47 47 699 AGE Mean 19 21 24 27 23 33 33 24 Median 18 20 22 24 21 32 32 21 RESIDENCY In-State 173 87 167 243 670 49 49 719 Out-of-State 27 12 14 15 68 2 2 70 Non-Re51dentAl len 2 1 4 3 10 2 2 12 DISCIPLINE Mu51C Education 2 2 6 32 42 7 7 49 Visual/Performing A rts 200 98 179 229 706 46 46 752 Includes majors and intended majors

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UNDERGRADUATES The Unlveralty of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Independent Studlea -All Campuses Fal I 1989 GRADUATES Freahman Sophomore Juntor Sentor Total Maater/EdS PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful I-Time Part-Time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Realdent Alten Black, Non-Hispanic Amertcan Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Alien DI SCI PLINE Independent Studies 2 2 2 46 46 2 2 *Includes majors and intended majors 6 4 2 2 4 6 40 37 6 6 2 2 2 2 44 44 2 2 10 1 3 2 8 10 42 42 10 10 OTHER Total Prof. Unc 1 Total 10 1 3 2 8 10 42 42 10 10 23

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The Unlverelty ot South Florida 24 ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNT$ Natural Sclancaa -All Campuaaa Fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Fraahman Sophomore Junior Santor Total Maater/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 619 304 461 637 2,021 196 127 323 2,344 STATUS Ful I-Time 537 253 321 382 1,493 98 93 191 1,684 Part-Time 82 51 140 255 528 98 34 132 660 SEX Mala 257 125 213 320 915 128 98 226 1,141 Female 362 179 248 317 1,106 68 29 97 1,203 RACE Non-Raatdant Allen 10 8 11 27 56 15 36 51 107 Black, Non-Hispanic 48 13 24 28 113 8 1 9 122 American Indian 2 1 3 3 Asian, Pac if tc Islander 44 25 30 42 141 3 1 4 145 Hlapanlc 54 30 36 56 176 4 2 6 182 White, Non-Hispanic 463 228 358 483 1,532 166 87 253 1,785 AGE Mean 19 21 23 26 22 29 31 30 23 Median 18 20 21 24 21 27 30 28 21 RESIDENCY In-State 522 273 410 586 1,791 146 83 229 2,020 Out-of-State 87 23 40 24 174 35 8 43 217 Non-Resident-Allen 10 8 11 27 56 15 36 51 107 DISCIPLINE Cl tnical Chemistry 11 7 7 11 36 36 Interdis Nat Science 239 98 110 119 566 566 Life Sciences 279 151 235 294 959 51 16 67 1,026 Marine Science 44 36 80 80 Mathematics 17 7 25 35 84 21 38 59 143 Medical Technology 13 10 18 40 81 81 Physical Sciences 60 31 66 138 295 80 37 117 412 Includes majors and intended majors

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UNDERGRADUATES The Univereity of South Florid ENROLLMENT HEADCOUHTS New College Fall 1989 GRADUATES Freahman Sophomore+ Junior Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful 1-Tima Part-Time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Raaident Alien Black, Hon-Hlapanic American Indian Aalan, Pacific lalander Hlapanic White, Non-Hlapanic AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Aealdent-Allen DISCIPLINE Liberal/General Studies *lncludes majors and intended majors +FTIC'S at New College as Sophomores NOTE: For Sarasota Campus, see page 39 246 245 109 136 7 4 10 9 215 19 19 122 116 7 245 173 170 3 85 88 2 6 6 159 22 21 118 53 2 173 98 94 2 52 44 1 I 93 23 22 76 19 1 96 614 509 6 246 268 10 4 17 16 467 21 20 316 188 10 514 OTHER Total Prof. Unc l. Total 614 509 5 246 268 10 4 17 16 467 21 20 316 188 10 514 25

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The University of South Florida 26 ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Social Sciences A 11 Campuses Fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total Hl!AOCOUNT 397 253 1 ,320 1,385 3,3615 629 178 706 4 ,080 STATUS Ful I-Time 331 200 786 664 I ,981 208 118 326 2,307 Part-Time 66 53 534 721 1 ,374 321 58 379 1,753 SEX Male 119 106 551 639 1,415 187 65 252 1,667 Female 278 147 769 746 1 ,940 342 111 453 2,393 RACE Non -Resident A I ien 5 2 14 12 33 10 11 21 54 Black, Non-Hispanic 13 11 57 103 184 27 10 37 221 Americ11n Indian 1 2 2 5 1 1 2 7 Asian, Pac tf ic Islander 7 3 13 16 39 2 1 3 42 Hispanic 25 19 88 85 217 17 6 23 240 White, Non -Hispanic 347 217 1,146 1,167 2,877 472 147 619 3,496 AGE Me11n 19 21 26 28 26 34 32 33 27 Medi11n 18 20 22 25 23 32 29 31 24 RESIDENCY ln-St11te 304 212 1, 196 1,305 3,017 495 143 638 3,655 Out-of-State 88 39 110 68 305 24 22 46 351 Non-Resident-Allen 5 2 14 12 33 10 11 21 54 DI SCI PLINE Afro-American Studies 1 1 Gerontology 2 9 33 44 41 41 85 Protective Services 46 36 215 195 492 30 30 522 Psychology 196 102 415 324 1,037 142 142 1 ,179 Public Affairs 10 10 69 54 143 131 131 274 Rehab Counseling 1"24 124 124 Socl11l Sciences 145 103 612 778 1,638 119 34 153 1,791 S peech Pathology 84 84 84 Includes maj o r s and intended majors

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UNDERGRADUATES The Unlveralty of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Uncleaalfled -All Campuaea Fal I 1989 GRADUATES Freahman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Maatar/EdS PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-Time Part-Time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Allen DISCIPLINE Uncla551fled NOTE: Unclassified= Non -degree students Total OTHER Prof. Uncl. Total 5,321 5,321 246 246 5,075 5,075 1,997 1,997 3,324 3,324 43 43 281 281 6 6 66 66 220 220 4,705 4,705 37 37 35 35 5,011 5,011 267 267 43 43 5,321 5,321 27

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The Unlveratty of South Florida 28 ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Undeclared Al I Campu Fall 19H UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 934 367 306 61 1,688 1,668 STATUS Ful 1-Tlm 736 269 189 28 1,222 1,222 Part-Tim 198 98 117 33 446 446 SEX Male 411 152 158 29 750 750 Female 523 215 148 32 918 918 RACE Non-Real dent Al Ian 2 1 22 2 27 27 Black, Non-Hispanic 63 18 11 4 96 96 American Indian 2 1 3 3 Asian, Pactf ic Islanoer 26 9 11 48 48 Hispanic 102 30 13 1 146 146 White, Non -Hispanic 737 308 249 54 1,348 1,348 AGE Mean 19 21 24 26 21 21 Median 18 20 22 24 19 19 RESIDENCY In-State 787 326 258 56 1,427 1,427 Out-of-State 145 40 26 3 214 214 Non-Realdent-Allen 2 1 22 2 27 27 DISCIPLINE Undeclared 934 367 306 61 1,668 1,668 NOTE: Undeclared= Degree seeking students who have not declared a major or an intended major

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UNDERGRADUATES The Univeraity of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Madicina fal 1 1989 GRADUATES Freahman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful 1-Tima Part-Time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Reaident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Aatan, Pacific Islander Hiapanic White, Non-Hispanic AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Aeatdent-Alten DISCIPLINE Medicine Total ,---OTHER Prof. Uncl. 376 375 255 120 8 23 36 308 25 24 373 2 375 Total 376 376 255 120 8 23 36 308 25 24 373 2 375 29

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UNDERGRADUATES The Untverattv of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Medical Sctenc Fall 1989 GRADUATES Freahman Sophomore Junior Santor Total Maater/EdS PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful 1-Ttme Part-Time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Reatdent Alien Black, Non-Hiapanic American Indian Aaian, Pacific Ialander Htapantc White, Non-Hispanic AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Reatdent-Allan DISCIPLINE Medical Sciences 41 37 4 22 19 8 1 1 6 25 30 29 28 5 8 41 OTHER Total Prof. Uncl. 41 37 4 22 19 8 I 1 6 25 30 29 28 6 8 41 30 Total 41 37 4 22 19 8 1 1 6 25 30 29 28 6 8 41

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The Untveraitv of South Flortda ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Nuratng -All Campuses Fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Juntor Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 2 66 131 200 157 157 357 STATUS Ful I-Time 2 38 82 123 35 35 158 Part-Time 28 49 77 122 122 199 SEX Male 3 11 18 7 7 23 Female 63 120 184 150 160 334 RACE Non-Rea1dent A I len 1 I 1 2 Black, Non-Ht&pantc 10 11 6 5 16 American Indian A&ian, Pac if le Islander 2 2 2 Hhpantc 2 7 9 5 5 14 White, Non-Htspantc 63 112 177 146 146 323 AGE Mean 32 22 28 30 29 38 38 33 Medtan 32 22 27 28 27 37 37 32 RESIDENCY In-State 63 129 194 154 154 348 Out-of-State 3 2 5 2 2 7 Non-Resident-Allen 1 1 1 2 DISCIPLINE Nursing 2 66 131 200 157 157 357 31

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UNDERGRADUATES Freahman Sophomore Junior 1-tEADCOUNT SlAlUS Full-Time Part-lime SEX Mala Female RACE Hon-Re&ldent Al ten Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian. Pac If IC Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Allen DI SCI PLINE Puhl le Heal th The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Public Health -All Campuses Fall 1989 GRADUATES Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD 200 16 51 11 149 5 63 5 137 11 6 2 15 3 I 4 11 163 10 34 36 33 35 186 14 8 6 2 200 16 32 OTHER Total Prof. Uncl. Total 216 216 62 62 154 154 68 68 148 148 8 8 18 18 I 1 5 5 11 II 173 173 34 34 33 33 200 200 8 8 8 8 216 216

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The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Continuing Education Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/fdS PhD Total Prof. Unc I. Total tlEADCOUNT 14 32 46 324 7 331 840 I, 217 STATUS Fu I I -r Ima 5 8 13 14 1 15 28 Part-Time 9 24 33 310 6 316 840 1,189 SEX Male 8 25 33 183 6 189 408 630 Fama le 6 7 13 141 142 432 587 RACE Non-Resident Allen 2 I 3 I 1 5 9 Black, Non-Hispanic 3 3 10 10 58 71 American lndlan 2 2 Asian, Pacific Islander 1 4 4 12 17 1-f i span I c I 1 8 8 26 35 White. Non-Hispanic 11 27 38 301 7 308 737 1,083 AGE Mean 32 30 31 34 35 34 39 37 Median 27 29 28 32 34 32 38 36 RESIDENCY In-State 11 30 41 317 7 324 771 1,136 Out-of-State 1 I 2 6 6 64 72 lfon-Res I dent -A 11 en 2 3 I 1 5 9 33 Students are Included In headcount If they attend credit CEO courses

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UNDERGRADUATES The Unlveraltv of South florlda ENROLLMENT HEAOCOUNTS Continuing Education, Continued fall 1989 GRADUATES freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/Eds PhD COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Lettera Business Education Engineering Fine Arla Independent Studies Natural Sciences New Co I I age 'Social Science Unclassified Undeclared Medicine Medical Sclencaa Nursing Publ le Health Includes majors and Intended majors 5 9 2 3 25 2 2 8 34 2 148 174 4 Total 152 175 2 OTHER Prof. Unc I. 840 34 Total 2 160 209 4 840

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The Unlveratty of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEAOCOUNTS ft. Myera Campus fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc I. Total HEADCOUNT 6 278 369 653 162 3 165 299 I, 117 STATUS ful I-Time 2 113 128 243 14 1 16 4 262 Part-Time 4 165 241 410 148 2 150 295 855 SEX Male 3 64 105 172 51 3 54 76 302 Female 3 214 264 481 111 111 223 815 RACE Non -Resident Allen I 2 3 3 Black, Non-Hispanic 3 5 8 4 4 18 30 Ame, I can Indian Asian. Pacific Islander 3 2 5 I I 6 ~tlspanlc 11 9 20 2 2 4 26 White, Non-Hispanic 6 260 351 617 155 3 158 277 1,052 AGE Mean 28 29 32 31 35 38 35 35 32 Median 28 26 30 29 34 36 34 34 31 RESIDENCY In-State 4 265 363 632 159 3 162 285 1,079 llu I 11 f St ate 2 .. 12 4 18 3 3 14 35 Non -~esldent-Allen I 2 3 3 35 S tucl e 11ts are included In campus headcount if they attend courses on that campus

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The Unlveralty of South Florlda 36 ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Ft. Myers Ca111pua, Continued Fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freahman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total COLLEGE Architecture Arta & Lettara 2 2 4 4 Ou&l11eaa 3 IOI 168 272 71 71 343 Educat Ion 84 131 215 72 3 75 290 Engineering 2 2 Fine Arts l11dependent Studlea Natural Science 2 2 2 New College Socia I Sciences 3 70 54 127 18 18 145 Unclassifie d 299 299 Unllt!clare
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The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Lakeland Center Fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Maatar/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total UEAOCOUN' l 2 6 104 94 205 102 7 109 348 662 STATUS Ful I-Time 2 35 44 82 22 4 26 8 116 Part-Time 3 69 50 123 80 3 83 340 546 SEX Male 3 46 60 110 25 25 111 246 Female 2 58 34 95 77 1 84 237 416 RACE tlon-Res I dent A I len I I I 2 Black. Non-Hispanic 5 6 11 6 6 25 42 American Indian 1 1 I Asian, Pac If le Islander 2 2 3 6 Hispanic 3 3 1 2 6 WII I te, Non-Hispanic 2 5 92 88 187 95 6 101 317 605 Al,E Mean 28 22 29 29 29 37 38 37 38 35 Median 28 21 25 27 25 37 36 37 37 34 RESIDENCY 111 Stale 2 5 102 91 200 102 7 109 344 653 Out-of-Slate 3 4 3 7 Non -Resident-Allen 1 2 37 Stude11ts are lnclu<.le
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UNDERGRADUATES The Untveratt~ of South flortda ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Lakeland Center, Conttnued Fall 1989 GRADUATES Freahmen Sophomore Juntor Sentor Total Maeter/EdS PhD l'OU EGF. /\rch I lecture fl I t S & Letter 5 7 lluslness 30 9 39 Education 17 23 41 99 7 Engineering 2 16 18 36 3 fine Arts 2 3 Independent Studtea llatural Selene 2 New Col tege Socia I Sciences 28 41 71 IJnclaaatfled Undeclared 5 5 Medicine IAedlcel Sclencea Uurslng Pub I le Heal th Includes majors and intended majors 38 OTHER Total Prof. Uncl. Total 7 39 106 147 3 39 3 2 71 348 348 5

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The Unlver1tlty of South Florlda EHROLLMEHT HEADCOUHTS Sara1tota Campus fill I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Fre1thman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Malitar/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 254 481 510 I, 246 121 3 124 350 1,720 STATUS Ful I-Time 248 287 226 762 24 I 25 16 802 Part-Time 6 194 284 484 97 2 99 335 918 SEX Male 112 172 201 485 50 50 115 650 Female 142 309 309 761 71 3 74 235 I ,070 RACE Hon-Resident Allen 7 2 2 11 11 Black, Hon-Hl1tpanlc 4 6 6 16 3 4 13 33 American Indian I I I I 2 Asian, Pacific Islander 10 8 3 21 4 25 Hl1tpanlc 10 15 8 33 3 3 7 43 wnl te, Non-Hispanic 223 450 490 I, 164 114 2 116 326 1,606 AGE Mean 18 20 27 30 27 36 37 36 37 29 Median 18 19 23 28 23 34 37 35 37 26 RESIDENCY In-State 129 418 480 I ,028 119 3 122 337 I, 487 Out-of-State 118 61 28 207 2 2 13 222 Hon-Resident-Allen 7 2 2 11 11 *Includes majors aml intended majors **StuJ,mts are 1 nc 1 uded i II campus headcount if they at tend courses on that cumpus NOTE: For Sarasota University Program, deduct New College, as shown on pare '.l5, frow tlil:; ,lata 39

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The Unlveralty of South Florida 40 ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Saraaota Ca111Pu, Continued Fall 1888 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freahman Sophoore Junior Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total COLLEGE Architecture Arta & Letters 13 20 33 33 Business 6 113 153 272 28 28 300 Education BB 126 215 43 2 45 260 f11gl11eerl11g 11 34 47 3 3 50 r-111e Arts l11depende11t Studlea Natural Sciences 2 2 3 Ne" College 245 173 94 512 512 Social Science 72 74 147 35 35 182 Unclasalfled 350 350 ll11r1eclared 2 2 4 4 l l ec1lclne ~ll!tllcal Sciences lhtrslng 9 5 14 15 Public Ilea Ith 11 11 11 Include s majors and Intended majors

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The Unlveraltv of South florid ENROLLMENT HEADCDUNTS St. Peteraburg Campua fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER freahman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 4 26 671 I, 106 I ,807 288 45 333 560 2,700 STATUS Full-Time I 15 248 379 643 70 21 91 20 754 Part-Time 3 11 423 727 I, 164 218 24 242 540 1,946 SEX Male I 9 262 462 734 113 35 148 193 1,075 Female 3 17 409 644 I ,073 175 10 185 367 I ,625 RACE tlon-Resi
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The University of South Florida 42 ENROLLMENT HfADCOUNTS St. Petersburg Campus, Continued Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophoaore Junior Senior Total Maatar/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total COLLEGE Archltactura Ar ta & Let tera 48 55 103 18 2 20 123 Ousl11eaa 4 294 560 859 102 102 961 Education 9 128 223 361 112 6 118 479 Engineering 4 41 108 153 153 Fine Arts 2 3 5 5 Independent Studies ll;itural S ciences 3 5 7 15 46 35 81 96 IIP.1< C o I I ege S nclal Sciences 135 121 257 9 9 266 ll11clasalfled 560 560 Undeclared 2 5 17 5 29 29 Medicine M edical Sciences 2 2 2 Nursing 23 24 25 P ublic 11ealth Includes majors and intended majors

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The University of South Florida ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Ta,npa Campus fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Mastar/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 3,842 2,084 5,266 6,910 18, 102 3,035 785 3,820 375 3,007 25,304 STATUS Fu 11-T Ima 3,177 1,873 3,523 3,955 12,328 I, 181 447 1,608 375 214 14,525 Part-Time 665 411 1,743 2,955 5,774 1,874 338 2,212 2,793 10,779 SEX Male 1,762 926 2,409 3,347 8,444 1,248 382 1,630 255 1,124 11,453 Female 2,080 I, 158 2,857 3,563 9,658 1,787 403 2,190 120 1,883 13,851 RACE Non-Resident Al Ian 59 50 111 153 373 153 113 286 36 675 Black, Non-Hispanic 253 99 207 301 860 105 32 137 8 154 1,159 American Indian 4 2 5 10 21 5 2 7 4 32 Asian, Pacific Islander 119 80 151 199 549 43 9 52 23 45 669 lflspenlc 305 144 318 456 1,223 130 24 154 36 176 1,589 Whl te. Non-Hispanic 3,102 1,709 4,474 5,791 15,076 2,599 605 3,204 308 2,592 21,180 AGE Mean 19 21 24 27 24 33 36 33 25 36 27 Medlen 18 20 22 24 22 31 35 32 24 34 23 RESIDENCY In-State 3, 113 1,777 4,725 6,461 16,076 2,761 620 3,381 373 2,807 22,637 Out-of-State 670 257 430 296 I ,653 121 52 173 2 164 l ,992 Non -Resident-Allan 59 50 111 153 373 153 113 266 36 675 43 Students are Included In campus headcount If they attend courses on that campus

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The Unlveralty of South Florida 44 fNROLLMfNT HfADCOUNTS Tampa Campua, Continued Fall 1989 UHOfRGRADUATfS GRADUATES OTHER Freahman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Maater/EdS PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total COLLEGE Arch I lecture 52 52 52 Arta & Letter 248 185 599 616 I ,648 205 56 281 1,909 Buslneaa 852 410 I ,390 1,819 4,471 680 24 704 5,175 Education 227 196 705 I, 112 2,240 827 280 I, 107 3,347 Engineering 361 275 550 1,145 2,331 222 97 319 2,650 Fine Arta 202 100 184 260 746 53 63 799 Independent Studies 2 5 2 9 9 Natural Sclencea 619 303 456 628 2,006 158 95 253 2,259 New College 2 2 2 Socia I Sclencea 397 249 I ,053 I, 174 2,873 488 176 664 3,537 Unclasalfled 3,007 3,007 Urnlec I a red 933 364 283 52 1,632 1,632 Medicine 375 375 ~lec1 lea I Sciences 41 41 41 Hur-sing 2 41 100 144 156 156 300 Puhl le Heal th 194 16 210 210 Includes 11111jors and Intended majors

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FTJC Community Lower Number Appl led 7,489 436 Number Accepted 4,410 174 ,i, Appl led Who Were Accepted 58.9 39.9 Number Enrolled 2,336 106 % Accepted Who Enro 11 ed 53. 0 60. 9 The Unlveralty of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Applied, Accepted, and Enrolled Total Unlveralty Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES College Tranafera Other Tranafera Upper Lower Upper 2,865 1,483 1,887 2,697 545 I ,530 94. I 36.7 81. 1 1,897 291 853 70.3 53.4 55.8 GRADUATES New to Prevloualy Degreed USF From USF 2,889 967 I, 209 630 41. 8 65. I 693 537 57.3 85.2 45

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FTIC HEADCOUNT 2,338 STATUS Full-time 1,958 Pert-ttme 380 SEX Mala 1,063 Female 1,273 RACE Non -Raaldent Alten 33 Black, Non-Hlapanlc 96 American Indian 2 Aalan, Pacific lalander 74 Hispanic 169 White, Non-Hhpentc 1,962 AVERAGE ENTERING GPA 3 0 AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT 22 SAT 1020 GRE GMAT The Untverattv of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Totel Untverattv Fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Co111111Unltv Collage Tranafera Other Tranafera Lower Upper Lower Upper 108 1,897 291 853 78 1,128 240 472 28 771 51 381 43 765 141 389 63 I, 142 150 464 1 16 45 2 77 8 31 3 I 3 41 10 25 6 93 12 50 95 1,676 245 701 2 9 2 9 2 8 2 8 21 23 999 1041 NOTE: FTIC. First Time in Coll~ ge (New College students enter as Sophomores) New to USF 893 393 300 356 337 76 34 I 11 38 533 3.2 1067 546 GRADUATES Prevtoualv Degreed From USF 537 245 292 229 308 23 21 1 12 24 456 3 3 1053 545 47

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FTIC COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Letters 152 Business 468 Education 132 Engineering 223 Fine Arts 136 Independent Studies Natural Sciences 384 New College 108 Social Sciences 230 Undeclared 503 Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Pub I IC Hea I th Includes majors and intended majors The Unlveralty of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Total Unlvaralty, continued 'Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranafera Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper 9 172 27 74 27 535 64 277 14 401 22 110 4 142 24 72 5 47 13 37 3 2 19 132 39 74 2 9 21 11 15 367 44 150 11 63 36 40 26 6 New to USF 9 38 177 137 59 5 55 96 3 54 9 21 30 48 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 2 31 84 183 58 4 27 67 2 36 14 28

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fwll-time Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GAE GMAT FTIC Includes majors and intended majors The Univeraitv of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Architecture -All Campuaea Fal 1 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Communitv College Tranafera Other Tranafera Lower Upper Lowar Upper New to USF 9 9 7 2 8 2 8 1068 GRADUATES Prevtoualv Degreed From USF 2 2 2 2 4 1060 49

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful I-time Part-time SEX Male Female RACE FTIC 152 111 41 49 103 Non-Realdent Allen 1 Black, Non-Hl&panlc 4 American Indian Aalan, Pacific Ialander Hlapanlc 6 White, Non-Hlapanlc 141 AVERAGE ENTERING GPA 2 9 AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT 22 999 Includes majors and Intended majors The Unlveraltv of South Florida NEW DEGAEE-SEEKING STUDENTS Arta & Letter -All Cempuaea Fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Co-.inltv College Tranafera Other Tranafera Lower Uppar Lowar Uppar 9 6 3 4 5 1 8 3. 1 24 997 172 111 61 62 110 7 1 1 14 149 2 9 27 74 24 50 3 24 9 30 18 44 2 I 2 1 3 2 2 22 66 2 8 2.8 24 1015 New to USF 38 21 17 16 22 6 1 2 29 3.3 1032 50 GRADUATES Prevloualv Degreed From USF 31 19 12 10 21 I 28 3.4 1038

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful 1-t ime Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC 468 385 83 280 188 14 28 10 23 393 2 9 21 989 Includes majors and intended majors The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Buaineaa -All Campuaea Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranafera Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper 27 18 9 9 18 l 4 21 2 8 21 942 535 265 270 248 287 I 23 14 24 473 2 9 64 277 48 119 16 158 35 14'0 29 137 7 13 6 l 3 7 1 18 53 232 2.8 2.8 22 991 New to USf 177 75 102 112 65 5 6 l 4 8 153 3 1 546 GRADUATES Previously Degreed from USf 84 46 38 47 37 7 4 2 71 3.2 545 51

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FTIC HEADCOUNT 132 STATUS Full -t Ima 114 Part-tima 18 SEX Mala 18 Female 114 RACE Non-Raaidant A I ian Black, Non -Hispanic 2 American Indian Aalan, Pac If le Islander I Hiapanic 4 White, Non-Hiapanic 125 AVERAGE ENTERING GPA 3 0 AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT 22 SAT 989 GRE GMAT Includes majors and intended majors Tha univaraity of Soutn floriaa NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Education -All Campuaaa Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community Colla9a Tranafara Other Tranafara Lower Upper Lower Upper 14 401 22 110 13 270 19 59 1 131 3 51 3 70 6 25 11 331 16 85 I 12 2 5 1 3 14 1 3 14 374 19 98 2 8 3 0 2.8 2 8 21 20 1037 1004 Haw to USF 137 52 85 39 98 10 8 1 7 111 3.2 1007 52 GRADUATES Pravioualy Da9raad from USf 183 45 138 42 141 I 9 9 164 3 2 1007

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu 11t Ima Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic Amarican Indian Aaian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC 223 203 20 179 44 5 9 11 21 176 3 1 24 1070 Includes majors and intended majors The Univeraity of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Engineering -All Campuaaa fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community Collaga Tranafera Other Tranafera Lower Upper Lower Upper 2 2 3 1 4 2 8 17 1075 142 66 76 116 26 2 5 11 7 117 3 1 24 72 16 32 8 40 18 58 6 14 4 5 2 3 4 2 9 16 51 2 9 2 8 26 1071 New to USF 59 34 25 54 5 30 4 1 2 22 3 1 1186 GRADUATES Previoualy Degreed from USF 58 23 35 49 9 9 3 1 1 44 3 I 1186 53

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful I-time Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Hon-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-H1span1c AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GAE GMAT fTIC 136 116 20 52 84 1 4 16 115 2.8 20 992 Includes majors and intended majors The Univeraity of South florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS fine Arta -All Campuses fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community Collage Transfers Other Transfer Lower Upper Lower Upper 5 4 1 4 1 4 3.3 19 1037 47 38 9 23 24 45 2.9 13 11 2 4 9 12 3.' 21 1070 37 26 11 12 25 4 1 31 2 8 Hew to USf 5 3 2 1 4 5 3 6 992 54 GRADUATES Previously Degreed from USf 4 3 1 3 1 3 3.5 993

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HEADCOUNT STATUS full-time Part-time SEX Male female RACE Non-Raaldent Allen Black, Non-Hlapanlc American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC Includes majors and intended majors The Unlveralty of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Independent Studtea -All Campuaea Fal 1 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranafara Othar Tranafara Lower Upper Lower Upper 3 2 3 2 3 3 2 2.6 3.0 3.4 Haw to USF GRADUATES Pravloualy Degreed From USF 55

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful I -time Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Realdent Allan Bleck, Non-Hlapanlc American Indian Aalan, Pacific lalander Hhpanlc White, Non -Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT F TIC 384 333 51 148 236 6 16 30 31 301 3 2 22 1027 Includes majors and i n tend~d majors The Unlveralty of South Florida NEW DEGREESEEKING STUDENTS Natural Science -All Campusaa Fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranafera Other Tranafera Loer Upper Loer Upper 19 14 5 8 11 17 3 1 21 1020 132 95 37 66 66 1 6 5 7 113 2 9 39 33 6 26 14 4 3 31 2 9 23 1051 74 45 29 29 45 5 5 4 4 56 2 8 Ne to USF 56 43 12 36 19 11 3 2 39 3 2 1163 56 GRADUATES Prevloualy Degreed From USF 27 22 5 17 ID 24 3 1 1169

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FTIC.., Tne University bf Soutn Florido NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS New College Fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-time Part-time SEX Mala Femille RACE Non-Realdent Allen 61ck, Non-Ht~panlc American Indian Asian, Pacific lalander 111spanlc White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT 108 108 42 66 4 3 6 5 90 3 4 28 1219 2 2 2 2 2 7 1185 +First Time in College enter New College as Sophomores NOTE: For Sarasota Campus, see page 70 9 9 3 6 9 2 9 21 21 10 11 1 1 I It 3. I 27 1183 11 11 8 3 1 10 3.2 New to USF GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 57

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-time Part-time SEX Mala Female RACE Hon Ra aldant Allan Black, Hon -Hlapanlc American Indian Aalan, Pacific lalandar Hispanic White, Non -Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC 230 191 39 68 162 2 6 5 13 204 2 9 21 995 Includes major s and intended majors Tha Unlvaralty of South Florida HEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Social Sciences -All Campuaea Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community Collage Tranafara Other Trenafara Lower Upper Lower Upper 15 13 2 5 10 I 14 3 0 22 965 367 217 150 137 230 2 20 2 7 24 312 2 9 44 41 3 20 24 2 1 41 2 8 24 1036 150 94 56 62 88 5 8 3 8 126 2 7 Haw to USF 96 70 26 37 69 3 3 8 82 3 3 1084 58 GRADUATES Previously Degreed from USF 67 36 31 26 41 2 4 4 57 3 4 1032

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FTIC HEADCOUNT 503 STATUS Full-time 395 Part-time 108 SEX Mala 227 Female 276 RACE Non-Raaldant Allan Black, Non-Hispanic 24 American Indian I Asian, Pacific Islander I I Hispanic 50 White, Non-Hlapanlc 417 AVERAGE ENTERING GPA 2.8 AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT 21 SAT 988 GRE GMAT The Unlveralty of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Undeclared -All Campuaea Fall 1Q8Q UNDERGRADUATES Community Collage Tranafara Other Tranafara Lower Upper Lower Upper I I 63 36 40 6 36 27 30 5 27 8 10 5 27 14 23 6 36 22 17 I I 11 2 2 I I I 3 1 3 11 56 32 24 2 B 2 B 2.8 2.5 21 22 1041 1022 New to USF 3 l 2 2 l 2 l 3 0 1040 GRADUATES Prav1oualy Degreed From USF 2 2 2 2 9 1160 59

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-time Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Reaident Alien Black, Non-Hiapanic American Indian Aaian, Pacific Islander Hiapanic White, Non-Hiapanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC The Univeraity of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Medicine l"el 1 li&i UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranafera Dthar Tranatera Lower Upper Lowar Upper New to USF 54 54 33 21 2 3 6 43 3.5 60 GRADUATES Previoualy Degreed from USF 36 36 24 12 4 4 28 3.5

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful l -t1me Part-time SEX Mala Fama la RACE Non-Raaidant Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Aalan, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC The Univeraitv of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Medical Science Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranafera Other Tranafera Lower Upper Lower Upper New to USF 9 9 4 5 4 1 2 2 3. 1 1110 GRADUATES Pravioualv Degreed From USF 3 4 61

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-time Part-time SEX Mala Female RACE Non-Reaident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hhpanlc White, Non-Hiapantc AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC The Unlveraity of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Nuraing -All Campuaea Fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Convnunity College Tranefera Other Trenafera Lower Upper Lower Upper 26 16 10 3 23 25 3 1 6 4 2 1 5 1 5 3 0 New to USF 21 8 13 1 20 19 3 4 926 62 GRADUATES Previoualy Degreed from USI' 14 3 11 14 2 11 3.5 950

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-time Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Realdent Allen Black, Non-Hlapanlc American Indian Asian, Pacific l5lander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC The Un1vera1ty ot South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Public Health -All Campuaas Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community Collaue Tranatara Other Tranatera Lower Upper Lower Upper GRADUATES New to Prevloualy Deureed us, From USF 30 28 14 10 16 18 14 7 16 21 4 5 2 1 2 1 1 20 22 3 1 3 2 1038 1093 63

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HEADCOUNP STATUS Ful 1-t lme Part-tlmtt SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hlapanlc Amer lean Ind I an Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-H1apanlc AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC The Un1vera1ty of South Florlda NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Continuing Education Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranafera Other Tranafera Lower Upper Lower Upper 3 3 3 3 2 6 3 I Students era Included In headcount If they attend credit CED courses 64 GRADUATES New to Prev1oualy Degreed USF From USF 43 53 3 4 40 49 24 29 19 24 1 6 2 3 1 34 60 3.0 3 2 1056 1081

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COLLEGE Architecture Arts I, Letters Business Education Engineering Fina Arts Independent Studies Natural Sciences tlaw Collage Social Sciences Undeclared Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Public Health fTJC Includes majors and intended majors The Univereity of South Florida HEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Continuing Education, continued Fal I 1ga9 UNDERGRADUATES Co111111unitv College Tranfr Other Tranafera Lower Upper Lower Upper 3 Haw to USF 25 16 2 GRADUATES Pravioualy Degreed From USF 25 25 2 65

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HEADCOUNT STATUS ful 1-t lme Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hlapanlc American Indian Aalan, Pacific Ialander Hispanic White, Non-Hlepanlc AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GAE GMAT FTJC The Unlverelty of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Ft. Myer Ca111pue Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community Collage Trenefera Other Tranafere Lower Upper Lower Upper 3 0 16 112 39 73 30 82 2 5 104 3.0 2.4 40 10 30 17 23 38 2.8 Studenta are Included In campua headcount If they attend cours e s on that campua New to USF 32 2 30 6 26 1 30 3.3 959 516 66 GRADUATES Prevlouely Degreed From USF 14 1 13 5 9 13 3. 1 992 506

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fTlC COLLEGE Architecture Arte I, Letter Buelneea Education Engineering F Ina Arts lndapandant Studlaa Netural Science New Collage Socia I Sclencaa Undeclared Medicine Medical Sclencaa Nuralng Public Health Inclu d e s major and Intended majors The Unlverilty of South florlda NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS ft. Myera Ca111Pu, continued fall 1889 UNDERGRADUATES Co-,nlty College Tranafera Other Tranafera Lower Upper Lower Upper 46 20 44 7 19 11 New to USf 17 11 4 GRADUATES Prevlouely Degreed from USF 6 a 67

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HEADCOUNT STATUS fut I-time Part-t lme SEX Male Female RACE Non-Raldent Allan Black, Non-Hlapanlc American Indian Asian, Pacific lalandr Hispanic Whit, Non-Hlapanlc AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE uMAT FTIC 3.0 The Unlveraltv of South Florida HEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Lakeland Center Fat I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES co-nltv Collu Trnfr Other Tranafera Lor Uppar Lor Upper 41 14 27 19 22 2 38 3 0 11 2 9 4 7 1 I 8 2.6 Students are Included In campus headcount If thev attend courses on that campus N to USF 16 4 11 4 11 2 13 3 I 949 68 GRADUATES Prevloualv Degrad From USF 16 5 11 4 12 16 3.4 978

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COLLEGE Architecture Arta & Lattara Buatnaaa Education Engineering Fine Arts Independent Studtaa Natural Sciences New College Social Sciences Undeclared Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Public Health FTJC Includes majors and Intended majors The Untvarattv of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Lakeland Canter, continued fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community Collage Tranafara Other Tranafara Lowar Upper Lower Upper 14 II e 6 2 6 New to USF 15 GRADUATES Pravloualy Degreed From USF 16 69

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FTIC The Unlvaraltv of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Saraaota Ca111pua Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Co,nmunltv Collage Tranafara Other Tranafara Lower Upper Lower Upper HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-time Part-time SEX Male female RACE 109 109 42 67 Non-Resident Allen 4 Ulack, Non-Hl&panlc 3 American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander 6 Hhpanlc 5 White, Non-Hispanic 91 AVERAGE ENTERING GPA 3 4 AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT 28 1219 4 2 2 2 2 I 3 2 8 23 1185 149 68 81 50 99 3 7 139 3 0 *Students are included in c a mpus h eadcount if the y aLteml c uu1 s e s on that c..iwpus 25 22 3 12 13 I I 22 3 0 27 1167 NOTE: For Sarasota University Program, deduct New College data as s l,uwu 011 pag.:: 57 fro,u this data 59 23 36 24 35 2 56 3 0 New to USF 18 4 14 10 8 18 3 2 1076 521 70 GRADUATES Prevloualv Degreed From USF 20 4 16 10 10 I I 7 3 3 1084 513

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fTIC COLLEGE Architecture Arta & Letters Busineas Education Engineering Fine Arta Independent Studiea Natural Sciences New College 108 Social Sciences Undeclared Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Pub I ic Hea I th Includes majors and intended majors The Univeraity of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Saraaota Ca,npua, continued fal 1 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranafera Other Tranafera Lo war Upper Lower Upper 7 4 2 47 3 11 42 14 11 3 2 9 21 11 25 13 7 2 New to USF 9 3 5 GRADUATES Previoualy Degreed From USP' 3 5 2 5 5 71

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-time Part-time SEX Mala Fama le RACE Non-Raatdent Alten Black, Non-Hlapenlc American Indlen Asian, Pactftc lalandar Hhpantc White, Non-Htapanlc AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTJC The Untveratty of South Flortde NEW DEGREE-SE!KING STUDENTS St. Peteraburg Cempua Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranafara Other Trenafera Lower Uppar Lower Upper 5 3 2 I 4 5 2 6 22 1110 252 101 151 94 158 1 14 2 4 7 224 3 0 5 1 4 3 2 5 2.8 22 1033 86 26 60 33 53 1 2 1 2 80 2 8 Students are Included In campus headcount i f they attend courses on that campus Naw to USF 51 18 33 26 25 2 2 46 3.3 1153 578 72 GRADUATES Pravtoualy Degreed From USF 29 11 18 12 17 1 1 26 3.2 1035 561

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fTJC COLLEGE Architecture Arta & Lettera 6uslneaa Education Engineering Fine Arts Independent Studies Natural Science New College Social Sciences Undeclared Medicine Medi cal Sciences Nursing Public Health Includes majors and Intended majors The Univeraitv of South florid NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS St. Peteraburg Campua, continued fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Communttv College Trenafer Other Tranafera Lowar Upper Lower Upper 18 6 106 45 4 63 16 10 6 2 2 43 10 10 2 New to USf 4 27 9 10 GRADUATES Prevtouatv Degreed From USF 3 10 16 73

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FTIC HEADCOUNT 2,227 STATUS Ful 1-t ime 1,847 Part-time 380 SEX Male I ,021 Female 1,206 RACE Non-Reatdent Alien 29 Black, Non-Htapanlc 93 American Indian 2 Asian, Pacific lalander 68 Hispanic 164 White, Non-Hlapanlc I ,871 AVERAGE ENTERING GPA 2.9 AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT 22 SAT 1007 GRE GMAT The Untveratty of South Flortda NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Tampa Campua Fal I 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Communtty College Tranafera Other Tranafera Lower Upper Lower Upper 96 1,391 262 683 72 930 217 425 24 461 45 258 40 584 127 323 56 807 135 360 6 15 44 2 58 8 28 I 1 3 35 9 23 5 77 11 46 86 I, 214 219 641 3 0 2.9 2.8 2.8 21 23 991 1024 Students are Included in campus headcount If they attend courses on that campus New to USF 559 380 179 296 263 73 27 11 32 416 3.2 1073 546 74 GRADUATES Prevtoualy Degreed From USF 442 242 200 182 260 23 18 11 22 368 3.3 1054 548

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FTIC COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Latter 152 Buainaaa 468 Education 132 Engineering 222 Fine Arts 136 Independent Studlaa Natural Science 384 New College Socia I Selene 230 Undeclared 503 Medicine Medical Sc lane Nursing Public Health Includes majors and Intended majors The Univeraftv of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Tampa Ca,npua, continued Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES Community Collage Tranafara Other Tranafara Lower Upper Lo war Upper 9 150 27 68 25 339 59 211 10 255 21 75 4 118 23 65 5 47 13 37 3 2 18 130 39 72 14 279 44 114 11 50 35 37 20 4 Haw to USF 9 37 130 85 43 5 48 88 54 9 20 30 GRADUATES Pravioualv Degreed From USF 2 30 70 137 32 4 27 64 36 14 25 75

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The University of South Florida HISTORY OF NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Annual Headcount 76 ll?UCOUIIT UNDERGRADUATES rirst Time In College a.no----------------------------~ 2.,00 2.1,0 2. lSQ 2. JOO 2.2SO z .zaa 2. 1SQ .__.._ __ .._ __ ..__ __ ..__ __ .._ __ .._ _...__ _...__ _...__ _...___, \'1"'' .. 011\ \,1\11 \,,111., \,,111 '"''''" \,.,:.1111 \,-111 1 '"11111 "''''''" HAI UNDERGRADUATES New-Other Transfers IUJICOUff 2.100 .--------------------------------. I .IOO z.zoo z.ooo 1.100 ._..,_ __ ..,_ __ .,__ __ .,__ __ .._ __ .,__ __ .._ __ .._ __ .._ __ \'f'l'IIII) ,,,011 \'11\fl'l ,,,111') \'1111 1 \'I'''" \'ll,r,1111 \'1111111 \'111111 \'lt.lft.'1 UAI UNDERGRADUATES New Community College Transfers 11?.t.SXIWI' 1100r-------------------------------. J.200 l. 000 il.100 2.,00 :z. 400 .__.._ __ .._ __ ..__ __ ..__ __ .._ __ .._ __ .__ _....._ _....._ _..._J \,(I'll' ,,,111' \,1\fll ,,.111') \1131 1 .. ,,, ... \,,,r,1" "'''"''" .. ,,,,, ""''''" nu uu:iocar GRADUATES New Graduates il.ZOO .------------------------------:z. ,ao il.000 ,.toa 1.100 ,. JQO 1.100 1.,00 1. 400 .._.._ __ ..__ __ .__ __ .__ _....._ _....._ __. __ __. __ __. __ __........, \'11"'' ,1011 ,1 \111 ,'111''., \,,111 .. ,,,,., \'l.,:.1111 ,,,111 11 ,,,,,,, ""''''" JUI

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The Unlverslty of South Florlda INTERNATIONAL STIJDEH'IS* Total Unlverslty Fall 1989 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junlor Senlor Total Master/Eds PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 59 57 116 157 389 157 118 275 43 707 SEX Male 34 35 79 107 255 105 93 198 27 480 Female 25 22 37 50 134 s2 25 77 16 227 AGE Mean 20 21 23 25 23 27 31 29 26 26 Medlan 19 20 22 24 23 27 30 28 25 25 roUNTRY Central Near/Mlddle Southeast Afrlca Carrlbean Amerlca Europe Far East East South Amerlca Asla Other Egypt 5 Bahamas 12 El Salvador 1 Belgi1111 1 Hong Kong 7 Bahraln 5 Argentlna 2 Bangladesh 1 Australla 2 Ethlopla 1 Barbados 3 Guatemala 9 Denmark 1 Japan 18 Cyprus 3 Bollvla 5 Indla 91 Canada 37 Kenya 2 Domlnlcan Honduras 4 Flnland 1 People's Rep. Iran 7 Brazll 3 Indonesla 12 Netherlands Ubya 1 Republlc 3 Mexlco 5 France 16 of Chlna 48 Israel 11 Chlle 3 Malaysla 8 Territory 21 Morocco 9 Grenada 2 Nlcaragua 2 Germany Phllllplnes 4 Jordan 7 Columbla 3 Paklstan 16 Sovlet Unlon 1 Nlgerla 2 Haltl 3 (West) 9 Rep. of Chlna Kuwalt 6 Ecuador 1 Slngapore 7 Unlted Klng-Slerra Jamalca 15 Greece 9 (Talwan) 25 Lebanon 21 Guyana 1 Srl Lanka 4 don Terr. 11 Leone 1 Trlnldad & 21 Ireland 3 Rep. of Korea 24 Saudl Peru 7 Thalland 7 Unknown 36 South Tobago 22 Italy 3 Arabla 3 Uruguay 1 Afrlca 6 Vlrgln Nether-Syrla 3 Venezuela 9 Zalre 1 Islands 1 lands 7 126 Turkey 8 146 108 Zambla 1 Norway 8 Unlted Poland 1 Arab Em 1 35 61 Spaln 5 29 Sweden 3 SWltzer-75 land 3 Unlted Klngdom 33 Yugoslavla 3 106 *Non-Resident Allens 77

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National Merit Corporate-Sponsored Scholars and $2,000 Scholars National Achievement Scholars Special Corporate-Sponsored Merit Scholars USP-Sponsored National Merit Scholars Total SOURCE: Admissions Office The University of South Florida NATIONAL MERIT AND ACHIEVEHEN'r SCHOLARS Fall 1989 SCHOLARS Continuing New Total Tampa 6 3 9 1 2 1 3 1 4 4 25 15 40 3 37 19 56 5 78 NEW SCHOLARS Caapua Residency New College Florida Non-Florida 2 3 1 _g 9 6 14 13 6

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The Untverstty of South Flortda NIGHT VERSUS DAV HEADCOUNT Total Untverslty by College Fa 11 1989 Lower Upper Graduate Professional Unclassified Total 1' of Total Arch I tecture Night 3 3 5 7 Day 19 19 35. 8 Both 31 31 58. 5 Total 53 53 100.0 Arts & Letters Night 8 139 58 205 10.1 Day 270 637 112 I ,019 50.4 Both 156 541 99 796 39. 4 Total 434 I, 317 269 2,020 100.0 Business Night 4B I, 182 480 I, 710 26.5 Day 706 1,478 180 2,364 36. 6 Both 521 I ,665 200 2,386 36.9 Total I, 275 4,325 860 6,460 100.0 Education Ntght 13 259 968 I, 240 28. 0 Day 242 I ,041 258 I ,541 34. 8 Both 176 I, 227 243 I, 646 37.2 Total 431 2,527 1 ,469 4,427 100. 0 Engtneerlng Ntght 31 310 273 614 20. 7 Day 404 887 111 I ,402 47. 2 Both 206 637 112 955 32. I Total 641 I ,834 496 2,971 100.0 Fine Arts Night I 13 9 23 2 9 Day 187 272 25 484 60. 4 Both 114 161 19 294 36. 7 Total 302 446 53 801 100. 0 79

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80 The Untverstty of South Flortda NIGHT VERSUS DAV HEADCOUNT Total Unlveratty by College Fal I 1989 Lower Upper Graduate Professional Unclasatfted Total % of Total Independent Stud1eli Ntght Day 2 7 9 90. 0 Both I I 10.0 Total 2 8 10 100.0 Natural Sctences Ntght 10 60 6 76 3 2 Day 546 642 273 1,461 62.3 Both 367 396 44 807 34. 4 Total 923 I ,098 323 2,344 100. 0 New College Ntght I I 0 2 Day 245 268 513 99.8 Both Total 245 269 514 100. 0 Social Sciences Night 19 429 197 645 15. 9 Day 357 1,002 338 1,697 41 8 Both 274 1,274 170 I, 718 42.3 Total 650 2,705 705 4 ,060 100. 0 Unclassified Night 2,988 2,988 56. 2 Day 1,847 1,847 34.7 Both 486 486 9. 1 Total 5,321 5,321 100.0 Undeclared Night 36 63 99 5 9 Day 766 161 927 55. 6 Both 499 143 642 38.5 Total I 3 0 I 367 I ,668 100. 0

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The Unlveralty of South Florida NIGHT VERSUS DAV HEADCOUNT Total Unlveratty by College Fal I 1989 Lower Upper Graduate Profaaalonal Unclasalfled Total 1' of Total Medicine Night Day 375 375 100.0 Both Total 375 375 100.0 Medical Sciences Night Day 40 40 97. 6 Both 1 2.4 Total 41 41 100.0 Nursing Night 2 7 9 2.5 Day 2 184 114 300 84. 0 Both 1 11 36 48 13. 4 Total 3 197 157 357 100.0 Publ le Heal th Night 126 126 58.3 Day 29 29 13.4 Both 61 61 28. 2 Total 216 216 100.0 81

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The University of South Florida 82 NIGHT VERSUS DAV HEADCOUNT Total untvarattv by Campua fal I 1989 Lower Upper Graduate Profaaatonal Unc I If 1 ad Total of Total TOTAL UNIVERSITY Night 166 2,458 2,127 2,988 7,739 24. 5 Dav 3,727 6 ,579 1,499 375 1,847 14,027 44. 3 Both 2,314 6,056 1,016 486 9,872 31.2 Total 6,207 15,093 4,642 375 5,321 31,638 100.0 Continuing Ed Night 12 296 498 806 66. 2 Dav 9 15 329 353 29. 0 Both 25 20 13 58 4.8 Total 46 331 840 I, 217 100.0 Ft. Myers Night 56 77 45 178 15.9 Day 4 330 63 219 616 55. I Both 2 261 25 35 323 28. 9 Total 6 647 165 299 1 117 100.0 Lakeland N ight 1 109 85 323 518 78. 2 Dav I 2 I 13 17 2 6 Both 5 87 23 12 127 19 2 Total 7 198 109 348 662 100. 0 Saraaota/New Col laga Night 3 216 90 267 576 33. 5 Day 247 421 2 48 718 41. 7 Both 5 354 32 35 426 24.8 Total 255 991 124 350 1 ,720 100. 0 St. Petersburg Night 7 719 198 413 1,337 49. 5 Day 6 282 85 86 459 17. 0 Both 17 776 50 61 904 33.5 Total 30 1,777 333 560 2,700 100. 0 Tampa N ight 155 1 ,451 1 ,494 1 ,474 4,574 18. 1 Oay 3,47 1 5,610 1,352 375 1 ,164 11,972 47.3 Both 2,300 5,115 974 369 8 ,758 34. 6 Total 5 9 2 6 12,176 3,820 375 3 ,007 25,304 100. 0 NOTE: Students are i n cluded in campus headcount If t h e y atten d courses on t hat cam p u s

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College E & G TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Archi tee tu re Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Arts & Letters Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Business Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Education Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Engineering Lower Upper Graduate ClassroOID Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STIJDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Campuses 1988-89 Annual FI'E Su11Der SCH 3,835 17,091 9,245 59,055 2,586 15,648 162 973 15,828 92,767 42 276 42 276 856 2,658 1,212 7,166 137 733 13 95 2,218 10,652 515 3,318 1,956 12,974 535 3,461 3 30 3,069 19,783 186 524 1,687 10,704 1,004 7,186 33 318 2,910 18,732 83 504 945 7,098 253 1,245 27 174 1,308 9,021 Fall SCH s2r1n15 SCH 74,163 62,159 156,867 153,887 33,277 33,837 2,097 2,100 266,404 251,983 531 521 531 521 17,020 14,543 20,591 20,727 1,844 1,793 150 185 39,605 37,248 10,197 9,492 32,872 32,387 7,097 6,546 38 41 50,204 48,466 3,615 3,304 27,714 29,057 11,989 12,944 396 349 43,714 45,654 1,602 1,218 15,619 15,066 3,559 3,297 389 313 21,169 19,894 83

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College Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Natural Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total New College Lower Upper Total Social Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Interdisciplinary Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College~All Caapuses, continued 1988-89 Annual FTE SUDDer SCH 175 645 450 3,132 46 344 2 6 673 4,127 1,085 5,004 833 5,144 187 721 40 209 2,144 11,078 118 320 438 758 4,426 1,793 12,277 384 1,682 42 141 2,976 18,526 12 51 560 51 572 84 Fall SCH Sering SCH 3,212 3,132 7,133 7,720 563 571 31 29 10,939 11,452 21,292 17,090 15,362 12,814 2,352 2,898 520 554 39,526 33,356 2,916 1,808 7,052 5,732 9,968 7,540 14,309 11,572 30,186 29,245 5,342 5,267 573 629 50,410 46,713 338 1,139 338 1,139

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College MEDICAL TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Medicine** Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Nursing Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Public Health Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Disseratation Total UNIVERSITY TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDEN'l CREDIT HOURS University by College, All Campuses, continued 1988-89 Annual FTE* Suimer SCH 23 177 151 1,343 192 1,324 13 84 378 2,928 19 109 7 45 26 154 146 1,322 67 473 5 28 218 1,823 23 177 5 21 106 742 1 11 135 951 3,858 17,268 9,396 60,398 2,778 16,972 175 1,057 16,207 95,695 Fall SCH 348 2,429 2,507 169 5,453 276 90 366 2,390 876 66 3,332 348 39 1,355 13 1,755 74,511 159,296 35,784 2,266 271,857 *Annual FrE: UG Course L evel = Total Annual Credit Hours Grad Course L evel= Total Annual Credit Hours 40 (10 for Summer, 15 Fall & 15 Spring) 32 ( 8 for Su111ner, 12 Fall & 12 Spring) **Medical Science Sering SCH 384 2,249 2,304 171 5,108 207 88 295 2,110 788 76 2,974 384 139 1,309 7 1,839 62,543 156,136 36,141 2,271 257,091 85

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Campus TOTAL UNIVERSITY E & G Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total FORT HYERS Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total LAKELAND Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total SARASOTA/NEW COLLEGE Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total ST. PETERSBURG Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total T>JIPA/CED Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesi s/nissertation Tota l The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED Sn.JDEN'r CREDIT HOURS Total University by Caapus 1988-89 Annual FTE SWIiier SCH 3,835 17,091 9,245 59,055 2,586 15,648 162 973 15,828 92,767 289 2,203 94 729 383 2,932 65 796 49 355 114 1,151 127 663 2,430 81 693 871 3,123 20 105 819 6,671 142 1,156 7 982 7,939 3,689 16,986 7,409 46,955 2,220 12,715 161 966 13,479 77,622 86 Fall SCH Sprin& SCH 74,163 62,159 156,867 153,887 33,277 33,837 2,097 2,100 266,404 251,983 4,979 4,358 1,069 1,218 6,048 5,576 895 912 516 686 1,411 1,598 3,091 1,986 12,626 11,477 1,067 835 16,784 14,298 372 315 12,754 13,351 1,652 1,742 2 3 14,780 15,411 70,700 59,858 125,613 123,789 28,973 29,356 2,095 2,097 227,381 215,100

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College E & G Total Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Architecture Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Arts & Letters Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Business Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Education Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND ffiNDED S11JDENT CREDIT HOURS Tampa Campus by College* 1988-89 Annual FrE Sumaer SCH 3,689 16,986 7,409 46,955 2,220 12,715 161 966 13,479 77,622 42 276 42 276 848 2,658 1,108 6,338 129 646 13 94 2,099 9,736 560 3,213 1,478 9,481 437 2,621 3 30 2,478 15,345 184 524 1,201 6,818 786 5,523 33 318 2,204 13,183 Fall SCH SJ!ring SCH 70,700 59,858 125,613 123,789 28,973 29,356 2,095 2,097 227,381 215,100 531 521 531 521 16,879 14,401 19,054 18,925 1,781 1,712 149 184 37,863 35,222 9,909 9,261 24,833 24,825 5,944 5,406 38 41 40,724 39,533 3,581 3,264 20,001 21,225 9,465 10,153 396 349 33,443 34,991 87

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College Engineering Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Natural Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Social Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Honors Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Bachelor of Independent Studies Upper Total *Include s Continui n g Educ atio n The University of South Florida ANNUAL FrE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Tampa Campus by _College, continued* 1988-89 Annual F'fE Suaaer SCH 83 504 872 6,636 246 1,209 27 174 1,229 8,523 175 645 427 2,757 46 344 2 6 650 3,752 1,081 5,004 824 5,030 182 646 40 209 2,126 10,889 758 4,426 1,448 9,335 353 1,450 42 135 2,600 15,346 12 20 20 20 32 31 540 31 540 88 Fall SCH Sl!ring SCH 1,602 1,218 14,373 13,869 3,451 3,216 389 313 19,815 18,616 3,212 3,132 6,826 7,482 563 571 31 29 10,632 11,214 21,208 17,010 15,236 12,688 2,301 2,877 520 554 39,265 33,129 14,309 11,572 24,952 23,636 4,937 4,900 572 627 44,770 40,735 68 719 68 719 270 420 270 420

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College E & G TO'IAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Architecture Graduate Classroom Thesis/Disseratation Total Arts & Letters Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Business Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Education Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Engineering Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED snJDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Campuses 1989-90 Annual FTE* Swmer SCH 19,066 62,010 17,561 1,100 99,737 305 305 3,567 7,349 774 83 11,773 3,315 13,599 3,235 22 20,171 479 13,602 9,182 264 23,527 558 6,415 1,116 222 8,311 Fall SCH+ S~ring SCH 76,576 164,740 34,874 2,125 278,315 678 6 684 18,961 22,176 1,875 138 43,150 10,497 33 432 7,341 32 51,302 3 719 29,357 13,190 457 46,723 1,088 14,982 3,625 374 20,069 89

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College Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Natural Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total New College Lower Upper Total Social Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Disseration Total Interdisciplinary Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Caapuses, continued 1989-90 Annual FTE* su .. er SCH 739 3,257 335 4 4,335 5,974 5,778 775 338 12,865 4,284 11,305 1,839 167 17,595 150 705 855 90 Fall SCH+ SEring SCH 3,484 8,272 464 36 12,256 21,985 15,801 2,403 532 40,721 2,488 7,284 9,772 14,290 33,266 5,298 550 53,404 64 170 234

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College MEDICAL TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Medicine** Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Nursing Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Public Health Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total UNIVERSITY TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL FIE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Caapuaea, continued 1989-90 Annual FTE* Swaer SCH 171 1,310 -' 1,487 95 3,063 97 43 140 1,283 612 44 1,939 171 27 718 8 984 19,237 63,320 19,048 1,195 102,800 Fall SCH+ 456 2,406 2,748 140 5,750 320 72 392 2,331 947 44 3,322 456 75 1,481 24 2,036 71,032 167,146 37,622 2,265 284,065 *Annual FIE: UG Course Level = Total Annual Credit Hours Grad C ourse L e v e l = Total Annual Credit Hours **Medical Science 40 (10 for Summer, 15 Fall & 15 Spring) 32 ( 8 for SuD1Der, 12 Fall & 12 Spring) +Preliminary data NOTE: Spring data and a nnu a l FTE not available at time of publication. s2r1ng SCH 91

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Campus TOTAL UNIVERSITY E & G Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total FORT HYERS Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total LAKELAND Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total SARASOTA/NEW COLLEGE Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total ST. PETERSBURG Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total TAMPA/CED Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total *Preliminiary data The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Total University by Campus 1989-90 Annual FTE Suer SCH 19,066 62,010 17,561 1,100 99,737 2,332 1,011 3,343 1,277 958 2,235 2,082 907 2,989 225 7,126 1,043 1 8,395 18,841 49,193 13,642 1,099 82,775 92 Fall SCH* Spring SCH 76,576 164,740 34,874 2,125 278,315 5,738 1,670 7,408 1,482 1,031 2,513 2,614 13,400 806 16,820 439 13,247 1,661 5 15,352 73,523 130,873 29,706 2,120 236,222

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College E & G TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Architecture Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Arts & Letters Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Business Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Education Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Tota l Engineerin g Lower Uppe r Graduat e Classroom Thesis/Dissertation T otal The University of ~uth Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED SnJDENT CREDIT HOURS Tampa Campus by College* 1989-90 Annual FTE SU11111er SCH 18,841 49,193 13,642 1,099 82,775 305 305 3,567 6,198 771 82 10,618 3,090 9,797 2,395 22 15,304 479 8,879 6,499 264 16,121 558 5,866 1,104 222 7,750 Fall SCH** S(!ring SCH 73,523 130,873 29,706 2,120 236,222 678 6 684 18,769 20,357 1,767 134 41,027 10,242 24,922 6,113 32 41,309 3,685 20,774 9,914 457 34,830 1,088 13,627 3,550 374 18,639 93

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College Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Natural Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Social Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Honors Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Bachelo1 of Independent Studies Upper Total *Includes Continuing Education **Preliminary Data The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Tampa Campus by College, continued* 1989-90 Annual FrE s~r SCH 739 2,907 335 4 3,985 5,974 5,656 745 338 12,713 4,284 9,185 1,488 167 15,124 150 60 210 645 645 94 Fall SCH** s2rin15 SCH 3,484 7,898 464 36 11,882 21,901 15,708 2,403 532 40,544 14,290 27,417 4,817 549 47,073 64 80 144 90 90

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ANNUAL FTE 16,000 15,500 15,000 H,500 11.000 The u, Ivers i ty or South F tor Ida ANNUAL FTE -LAST 10 YEARS Total University -E & G YEARS Reflects change from Quarter to Semester System as of Summer '81 SOURCE: RAP R 114 95

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COLLEGE Level Architecture lower Upper Graduate Total Art& & letters lower Upper Graduate Total Business Lower Upper Graduate Total Eaucatlon Lower Upper Graduate Total Engineering Lower Upper Graduate Total Adjunct -% 28. 5 28. 5 18. 4 q.3 0 8 14. 6 11>.2 14. 1 5 3 13. 2 9 5 18.8 8 2 14. 8 10. 9 7 1 9.5 Graduate Aaatatanta -% 57. 9 11. 3 0 2 28. 9 4.7 0 8 1 4 6 0 5 8 0 4 4 0 I 6 11 3 0 8 8 8 The Unlveratty of South Florida DISTRIBUTION OF CREDIT HOURS BY INSTRUCTOR TYPE Total Untveratty by College 88-89 Ful I-Time Non-lnatructlonal Faculty -% 0 5 0 8 2 6 0 8 0 2 0 9 0 3 17. 8 3 6 1 8 3 9 0.0 4 2 I 5 3 4 Part-time Inatructtonal Faculty -% 5.9 5 9 0.5 1 .5 2 2 I. 2 I. 1 4.2 1. 3 0 9 0.6 0 7 3 9 0.5 0 6 Ful I-time lnatructlonal Faculty -% 46. 5 46. 5 16. 8 68.2 93. 7 49.5 77 .6 82. 8 89. 3 92. 1 60. 7 67. 4 85. 5 72.9 80. 4 69. 2 88. 2 73. 4 Other Teaching Statu& -% 19. 0 19.0 5 8 4.9 0.5 5.0 1 .5 I 0 0.3 1 .0 5 9 3 5 3 4 3 7 14. 1 3 9 2.3 4 3 Total -% 100.0 100.0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100.0 100.0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 97

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COLLEGE Level Fine Arts Loer Upper Graduata Total Natural Sciences Lower Upper Graduate Total Ne College Loer Upper G raduate Total Social S cience:. Lo .. er Uppar Graduate Total Other Lower Upper Graduate Total TOTAL E & G Lower Upper Gr dduat e Total Adjuncts 14.3% 1 : 5 1 6 9 0 3 0 1 1 0 4 2.0 2 2 5 8.2 8 0 11. 8 8.4 I 3 13. 0 11. 3 b. 7 I I 0 Graduate Assistants 3.5% 3 7 3 4 25.8 13. 2 0.2 18. 5 3.8 2.4 10. 3 5 3 5 I 21 6 6.0 0.3 9.0 The University of South Florida DISTRIBUTION OF CREDIT HOURS av INSTRUCTOR TVPE Total Un iversity by College, continue d 88-89 Fu II -Time Non-Instructional Faculty 0 .4% 2.0 4.4 I 7 I 3 I 7 0.7 I 7 0 3 I I 5 3 0.4 3.9. I 0 I 8 I 4 I ti Part-time Instructional Faculty 4 31' 11.3 2.7 9 0 1.4 2 7 7 9 2 5 0 7 0 I 0.4 I 2 0 2 0 8 1 6 I 9 I 4 Fu 11-t Im Instructional faculty 74. 71' 73. 7 91. 3 75. 0 66.4 8 0 8 89. 8 74. 2 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 75.4 82. 2 89. 3 81 4 40. 0 63. I 86. 0 63. 8 59. 8 76. 3 87. 4 7 3 9 Other Taachlng Statu& 2.71' 1.9 2 0 3 4 I I 2 2 2.0 3 4 2 3 2 9 49. 7 26. 3 3.9 25. 8 3 8 3 0 2 3 3. I 98 Total 100.01' 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0

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COLLEGE Level Medical Lower Upper Sciences Graeluate Total Nursing Lower Upper Graeluate Total Pub I le Hea I th Lower Upper Graeluate Total TOTAL UNIVERSITY Lower Upper Graeluate Total Aeljuncts -" 12 .9 11. I 6 3 10. 8 Graeluate Assistants -" 32. 7 5 4 21 7 5 9 0 2 8.9 The University of South Florida OlSTRlBUTlON OF CREDIT HOURS BY INSTRUCTOR TYPE Total University by College, continued 88-89 Ful I -Time Non-lnatructlonal Faculty -" I. 2 I 5 1 3 10.8 0.6 2 3 1 I I 8 I 4 I 6 Part-time Instruct Iona I Faculty -" 9 1 9. 1 8.0 6 7 7 7 0 7 0.5 0.8 1. 7 2.0 1 5 Full -t Ima Instruct Iona I Faculty -" 90.9 90.9 88. 1 91. 3 89.0 93. 9 74. 9 59. 5 76.5 87. 8 74. I Other Teaching Status -" 2 7 0 5 2. I 56.5 100. 0 4 8 16. 8 4. 1 3 0 2 4 3 2 Total -" 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100.0 100.0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 100. 0 99

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CAMPUS Level Continuing Lower Upper Graduate Total ft. Myers Lower Upper Grc1duate Total Lakeland Lo .. er Upper Graduate Total Sarasota Lo .. er Upper Graduate Total fd St. Petersburg Lo .. er Upper Graouate Total Tampa Lower Upper Graouate Total Adjuncts -"' 0.6 7.4 6.3 27.8 15.9 25. 2 21 9 12. 7 18 6 I 2 11 8 9 6 10. 1 75. 3 21 2 IL 2 20. 4 13. 0 9 2 5 2 9 7 Graduate Alisistants -"' I. I 0.2 0 4 2.0 I. 6 4 8 3. I 2 4 I. 8 10. 7 2 6 2.4 22. 5 6 8 0.3 10. 3 The Un1vera1ty of South Florida OlSTRlBUTlON OF CREDIT HOURS 8V INSTRUCTOR TVPf Total University by Campus 88-89 Fu I I-Time Non-Instructional Faculty -"' 2.4 2 0 1.0 3 4 1.5 11. 4 1 8 8 0 1 4 0.4 0. I 0 5 1 7 0 I 1 4 I 0 I 9 1 3 1 6 Part-time lnatructtonal Faculty -"' 2.3 0.4 0.7 0 5 0 4 0.7 0 5 0 6 0.4 0 3 1.4 2.0 1 .4 0 8 1 0 2 4 1 .6 Fu 11-t ime Instructional faculty -"' 95.0 85. I 86.8 65. 6 78.3 68.4 53. 8 85.0 64.9 92. 7 82.0 86.5 83.9 13.9 68.7 88.0 70.4 58. 6 77. 4 88.6 73. 7 Other Teaching Status -"' 0 9 4 5 3.9 3 1 2 5 3 0 7 4 4.8 4 6 3.0 3 8 3 3 4.4 1. 7 3.9 4 1 2 8 2 1 3 I 100 Total -"' 100.0 100.0 100.0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100. 0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100. 0 100.0 100.0 100.0

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NON-CREDIT CON'l'INUING EDUCATION Total Prograas Conducted Total Registrants Continuing Education Units (CEU) Total CEUs Awarded Total CEUs Recorded Total CEUs Non-Fundable FTE Generated SOURCE: CEU Report: FY '88-89 BIS Program Report The University of South Florida THE SCHOOL OF EX'lENDED STUDIES and BACHELOR OF INDEPENDEN'l' STUDIES BACHELOR OF INDEPENDEN'l' STUDIES External Degree Prograa 1988-89 435 12,193 4,126.3 24,017.2 28,143.5 65.5 Students Currently Enrolled Graduates through October 1989 BIS Enrollment Percentages Woae~ Hen Coaaunity College Graduates BIS Graduates who Continue into Graduate Work Invited to Membership in National Honor Society October, 1989 125 112 55 % 45 % 72"" 41 % 10 % 1 01

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College Architecture Arts & Letters Business Education Engineering Fine Arts Natural Science New College Social Science BIS Medicine Nursing Public Health Total *BA/BS Option counted as one program NOTE: Count as of 11-20-89 Bachelors* 16 7 21 11 5 11 1 14 1 1 88 The University of South Florida NUMBER OF DEGREE PROGRAMS 1989-90 Masters Specialists 1 12 4 27 2 11 3 8 14 1 1 3 85 2 PhD/EdD Professional 1 1 2 7 4 2 1 1 1 19 1 1 05

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ARTS and LETTERS American Studies Classics Classics -Interdisciplinary Classics and Foreign Language C0111111unication English French German Huaanities Italian Liberal Arts and Sciences Hass Communications Philosophy Religious Studies Russian Spanish BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Accounting Economics Finance General Business Administration Management Information Systems Management Marketing EDUCATION Adult & Vocational Education Business and Office Education Distributive and Marketing Education Industrial-Technical Education Art Education Classics Education The University of South Florida BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University Fall 1989 EDUCATION (cont'd) Elementary-Early Childhood Elementary Education English Education Foreign Language Education Health Education H1111anities Education Hass Coaaunication-English Education Mathematics Education Music Education Physical Education Science Education Social Science Education Speech Connunication-English Education Special Education Behavior Disorders Mental Retardation Specific Learning Disabilities ENGINEERING Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Engineering Engineering Science Engineering Technology Industrial Engineering Information Systems Mechanical Engineering. FINE ARTS Art Dance Music Theatre Theatre-Fine Arts NAroRAL SCIENCES Biology Botany Chemistry Clinical Chemistry Geology Mathematics Medical Technology Microbiology 106 Natural Sciences Interdisciplinary Physics Zoology NEW COLLEGE New College Degree NURSING Nursing SOCIAL and BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES African and Afro-American Studies Anthropology Criminology Economics Geography Gerontology History International Studies Political Science Psychology Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Social Work Sociology Women's Studies EXTERNAL DEGREE PROGRAM Bachelor of Independent Studies

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ARCHITECTURE Architecture* ARTS and LETTERS American Studies Classics** Communication English English as a Second Language French Liberal Arts Linguistics Hass CoDDunications Philosophy Religious Studies Spanish BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Accountancy Business Administration Economics Management EDUCATION Administration and Supervision Adult & Vocational Education Adult Education Business & Office Education Distributive & Marketing Education Industrial-Technical Education Art Education Curriculum & Instruction Elementary Education English Education Foreign Language Guidance & Counseling Education Humanities Education Junior College Teaching Library, Media and Information Studies Mathematics Education Music Education *Cooperative Program with Florida A & M **Cooperative Program with University of Florida The University of South Florida MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University Fall 1989 EDUCATION (cont'd) Physical Education Reading Education School Psychology Science Education Social Science Education Special Education Behavior Disorders Gifted Specific Leaming Disabilities Mental Retardation Motor Disabilities Speech Communication Education ENGINEERING Chemical Engineerirtg Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Engineering H.E. Engineering H.S.E. Engineering Management Engineering Science Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering FINE ARTS Art Music Art History MEDICINE Medical Science NATURAL SCIENCES Botany Chemistry Geology Marine Science Mathematics Microbiology Physics Zoology NURSING Nursing PUBLIC HEALTH Health Administration Public Health Science in Public Health SOCIAL and BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES Anthropology Coanunication Sciences Audiology Aural Habilitation Speech Pathology Criminology Geography Gerontology History Political Science Psychology Public Adminstration Rehabilitative Counseling Social Work Sociology 107

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The University of South Florida DOCTORAL, EDUCATION SPECIALIST, & PROFESSIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University DOCTORAL: ARTS and LElTERS English BUSINESS Business Administration EDUCATION Administration & Supervision Curriculum & Instruction ENGINEERING Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Science and Engineering Electrical Engineering Engineering Science Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering MEDICINE Medical Sciences SOURCE: USF General Catalog 1989-90 Fall 1989 NATURAL SCIENCES Biology Chemistry Marine Science Mathematics PUBLIC HEALTH Public Health SOCIAL and BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES Applied Anthropology Psychology EDUCATION SPECIALIST: EDUCATION Administration & Supervision Curriculum & Instruction PROFESSIONAL: MEDICINE Medical 1 08

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College Arts & Letters Business Education Engineering Fine Arts Natural Science New College Social Science BIS Medicine Nursing Public Health Total NOTE: Bachelors -First major only The University of South Florida DEGREES AWARDED Total University by College 1988-89 Bachelors Masters and EdS 440 60 1,164 222 760 456 447 118 99 19 266 47 76 813 133 8 5 100 33 70 4,173 1,163 PhD lat Professional 8 25 6 '11 16 6 93 72 93 109

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NU.IJER OF GAAOUATES 6,000 5,000 "I, 651 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 a "I, 94] 4,471 rne u,1versity of soutn Florioa HISTOAY OF OEGAEES AWAAOEO Tota I Uni vers i ty Last 10 years 4,900 5,023 '1,919 "I, 611 "I, 632 YEARS Reflects change from Quarter to Semester System as of Summer '81 SOURCE: RAP 1123 11 0 5,501 t-JO 5,226 Pt-0 MASTERS & EDS

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The Univeraity ot South Florida E G FUHOABLE SECTIONS Continuing Education fal I 88 (BOT) Fal I 89 (BOT) Claaa Oiacuaa Laba Subtotal Othar Total Claaa Oiacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Upper 7 8 3 11 9 2 11 2 13 Graduate 61 62 9 71 69 3 I 73 6 79 Total 68 70 12 82 76 3 3 84 8 92 Education Lower Uppar 5 6 3 9 7 2 9 2 II Graduate 31 32 6 37 33 3 36 2 38 Total 36 38 8 46 40 3 2 45 4 49 Engineering Lower -Upper 2 2 2 2 2 2 Graduate 30 30 4 34 36 37 4 41 Total 32 32 4 36 38 39 4 43 1 1 1

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The Untveratty of South Flortda 112 E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS ft. Myer Campua Fal I 88 (BOT) Fal I 89 (BOT) Claaa Dtacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total Claaa Dtacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Upper 46 46 7 53 52 52 6 58 Graduate 20 20 20 28 2 31 3 34 Total 66 66 7 73 80 2 83 9 92 Buatneaa Lower Upper 17 17 17 18 18 18 Graduate 4 4 4 6 6 6 Total 21 21 21 24 24 24 Educatton Lower Upper 15 15 4 19 19 19 5 24 Graduate 13 13 13 15 2 17 17 Total 28 28 4 32 34 2 36 5 41 Engtneertng Lower Upper Graduate 3 4 4 Total 3 4 4 Ftne Arte Lower Upper 3 3 3 2 2 2 Graduate Total 3 3 3 2 2 2 Natural Sctencea Lower Upper Graduate Total Soctal Sctences Lower Upper 11 11 3 14 13 13 I 14 Graduate 2 2 2 4 4 3 7 Total 13 13 3 16 17 17 4 21

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n,. Untveratty of South Flortda E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Lakeland Canter Fal I 88 (BOT) Fal I 89 (BOT) Claaa D1acuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total c, D1acuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Upper 26 26 2 28 38 38 8 46 Graduate 14 14 I 15 16 3 20 I 21 Total 40 40 3 43 54 3 58 9 67 Arta & Latter Lower Upper 4 4 4 Graduate Total 4 4 4 Bualn Lower Upper 3 3 3 Graduate Total 3 3 3 Education Lower Upper 3 3 2 5 8 8 5 13 Graduate 9 9 1 10 12 3 15 1 16 Total 12 12 3 Hi 20 3 23 6 29 Eng1naar1ng Lower Upper 7 7 7 9 9 9 Graduate 4 4 4 3 4 4 Total 11 11 11 12 13 13 Fina Art Lower Upper Graduate Total Natural Sctences Lower Upper Graduate Total Soctal Sciences Lower Upper 13 13 13 14 14 2 16 Graduate I 1 1 I 1 I Total 14 14 14 15 15 2 17 11 3

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The Un1vera1ty of South Flor1de 1 1 4 E I, G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Sarasota Campua Fall 88 (BOT) Fa II 89 (BOT) Claaa Dtacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total c, Dtacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower 3 3 3 8 2 2 3 15 Upper 65 4 69 18 87 71 2 73 19 92 Graduate 27 28 4 32 20 2 1 23 3 28 Total 95 4 100 215 1215 93 2 3 98 25 123 Arte & Letters Lower 2 2 2 1 1 1 Upper 4 4 4 5 5 5 Graduate Total 6 8 8 8 6 8 Bua1neaa Lower Upper 17 17 3 20 16 16 2 18 Graduate 3 3 3 2 2 2 Total 20 20 3 23 18 18 2 20 Educat1on Lower 1 1 1 1 1 1 Upper 17 18 2 20 22 22 4 26 Graduate 9 10 1 11 5 2 7 7 Total 27 29 3 32 28 2 30 4 34 Eng1neer1ng Lower Upper 11 2 13 14 13 1 14 15 Graduate 10 10 10 6 1 7 7 Total 21 2 23 24 19 2 21 22 Ftne Art Lower Upper Graduate Total Natural Sc1ences Lower Upper Graduate Tote I New College Lower 3 3 3 3 Upper 9 9 10 10 Graduate Total 12 12 13 13

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Social Science Lower Upper Graduate Total The Univereity of South Floriqa E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Saraaota Campua, continued Fa 11 88 (BOT) Fa II 89 (BOT) Claaa Diacuaa Laba Subtotal Othar Total Claaa Diacu11 Laba Subtotal Other 15 5 20 t. 16 5 21 3 3 e 19 8 27 14 7 21 H5 1 22 2 3 !5 Total 17 10 27 11 5

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The Untveratty ot South Flortde 116 E & G fUNDABLE SECTIONS St. Peteraburu Campua Fal I 88 (BOT) Fal I 89 (BOT) Claaa Dtacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total Claaa Dtacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lowar 2 3 3 4 6 5 Upper 141 2 143 19 162 148 2 150 19 169 Graduate 35 1 36 11 47 32 1 33 14 47 Total 178 2 2 182 30 212 184 2 2 188 33 221 Arta & Latter Lower 1 1 1 Upper 20 20 2 22 20 20 1 21 Graduate 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 4 Total 22 22 4 26 23 23 3 28 Buatneaa Lower 2 2 2 2 2 2 Upper 46 46 2 48 47 47 2 49 Graduate 8 8 8 7 7 7 Total 56 56 2 58 56 56 2 58 Educatton Lower 1 1 1 Upper 31 31 9 40 34 34 9 43 Graduate 10 11 2 13 9 10 3 13 Total 41 42 11 53 44 45 12 57 Engtneertng Lower Upper 11 11 11 11 11 11 Graduate Total 11 11 11 11 11 I 1 Ftne Arta Lower Upper 2 2 Graduate Total 2 2 Natural Sctences Lower 1 I 1 1 Upper 2 2 2 2 2 2 Graduate 10 10 5 15 10 10 5 15 Total 12 13 5 18 12 13 5 18 Social Sciences Lower Upper 30 2 32 5 37 33 2 35 6 41 Graduate 5 5 2 7 4 4 4 8 Total 35 2 37 7 44 37 2 39 10 49

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The Univeraity of South Florida E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Tampa Campus Fal 1 88 (BOT) i=a 11 89 (BOT) Claaa Dlacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total Claaa Olacuas Laba Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower 63 93 684 91 676 433 62 69 564 92 656 Upper 1 101 36 112 1,249 218 1,467 1,133 32 145 1,310 224 1 ,534 Graduate 489 39 17 1522 204 728 468 38 10 518 218 732 Total 1, 9915 138 222 2,388 1513 2,888 2,034 132 224 2,390 1532 2,922 Architecture Lower Upper 15 6 21 Graduate 21 13 4 18 19 Total 15 6 21 21 13 4 18 19 Arts & Latter Lower 202 202 4 206 212 212 4 216 Upper 232 7 239 27 266 256 6 3 265 26 291 Graduate 51 4 55 35 90 50 5 55 33 88 Total 485 11 496 66 582 518 11 3 532 63 595 8ualneas Lower 28 21 49 49 29 22 51 51 Upper 203 204 7 211 212 212 5 217 Graduate 84 6 90 8 98 84 4 88 12 100 Total 315 27 343 13 356 325 28 351 17 368 Education Lower 44 1 16 61 1 62 39 1 17 57 1 58 Upper 162 9 !5 176 27 203 146 9 4 159 25 164 Graduate 105 16 1 122 35 157 103 17 1 121 31 152 Total 311 28 22 359 63 422 288 27 22 337 57 394 Engineering Lower 7 7 1 8 8 8 1 9 Upper 132 29 161 5 166 144 39 183 7 190 Graduate 51 51 20 71 56 1 57 24 81 Total 190 29 219 28 245 208 40 248 32 280 Fine Arts Lower 15 15 82 97 17 17 83 100 Upper 55 1 6 62 101 163 50 1 6 57 113 170 Graduate 17 3 20 34 54 16 3 19 36 55 Total 87 4 6 97 217 314 83 4 6 93 232 325 Independent Studies Lower Upper 2 2 3 5 3 3 Graduate 1 1 Total 2 3 3 6 3 3 1 1 7

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The Untveratty ot South Florida 118 E I, G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Tampa Campua, continued Fal I 88 (BOT) Fal I 89 (BOT) Claaa Dlacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total Claaa Dlacuaa Laba Subtotal Other Total Natural Selene Lower 78 37 77 192 1 193 79 35 62 166 1 187 Upper 110 18 !53 181 17 198 118 1 !5 71 204 15 219 Graduate 152 3 5 80 23 83 57 2 3 62 25 87 Total 2'40 51 135 '433 .. '47'4 25'4 52 128 432 41 473 Social Science Lower 54 4 58 58 48 4 62 52 Upper 205 1 18 224 29 253 207 1 22 230 28 258 Graduate 91 8 5 102 151 153 89 8 1 96 54 1 !50 Total 350 11 23 314 80 <48<4 3<4<4 11 23 378 82 <480 Undergraduate Studlea Lower 2 2 2 3 Upper 2 2 2 2 Graduate Total 4 .. 4 5

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The University of South Florida LIBRARIES 1989-90 T1111pa C1111pua Libraries Other Campus Libraries Date Library was Erected Total Volume Capacity of Library Total Seating Capacity of Library Number of Volumes Tampa 1975 800,000 2,500 747,646 475,359 Media Center ** ** ** ** FHHI 1974 10,664 27 9,468 9,468 Medical 1975 125,000 350 97,808 N/A Number of Titles (Book Stock) Micro Forms -All Types Operating Expenditures+ 1,265,875 240 71 1,420 $4,608,883 $304,955 $99,398 $930,158 *Edison Community College/USF Learning Resource Center **Included In Tampa data +1988-89 Ft. Hyers/ ECC* 1967 150,000 450 121,896 N/A 391,986 $1,100,718 Sarasota/ New College 1985 375,010 361 198,430 130,238 333,313 $787,595 St. Petersburg 1980 125,000 300 120,609 109,041 491,749 $632,642 Totals 1,295,857 2,484,654 $8,464,349 119

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Prograa Haas CotaUnications Accounting Business Education Librarianship Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Huaic Schools Theatre Chemistry Medical Technology Clinical Psychology Public Administration Rehabilitation Counseling Social Work Speech Pathology/Audiology Medicine Nursing Publfc Health The University of South Florida PROGRAMS ACCREDITED BY outSIDE AGENCIES Total University B B/H B/H B/H H B B B B B B B/H B B B Phd H H B/M H HD B/H M/D Fall 1989 Accrediting Agency Acer Coun on Edu in JOURNALISM & HASS catiUNICATION American Assembly Collegiate Schools of BUSINESS Nat Coun for Acer of TEACHER EDUCATION American LIBRARY Association Acer Board for ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Nat Aaan Schools of ~SIC Nat Aaan Schools of l'HEATRE Allerican CHEMICAL Society AHA Coma on ALLIED HEALTH Edu and Acer American PSYCHOLOGICAL A11n Nat A11n of Seba of PUBLIC AFFAIRS & ADHINISTRATION Coun of REHABILITATION Edu Coun on SOCIAL WORK Edu American SPEECH/LANGUAGE/ HEARING Assn Liaison Co-on MEDICAL ED National League for NURSING Coun on ED for PUBLIC HEAL11f First Review 1976 1985 (BS) 1969 (HS) 1980 1989 1985 1976 1984 1984 1972 1973 1972 1987 1989 1970 1968 1973 (HPA) 1988 1978 (BSW) 1977 (HSW) 1985 1981 1975 1975 1987 *Chemistry -The curriculum of the baccalaureate program follows the recomaendationa and guidelines of the American Chemical Society, thus is accredited by the Society. Chemistry has no on site reviews. **Medical Tech is accredited for hospital internship portion of the baccalaureate program. Reviews are accomplished at stated Intervals through the various hospitals. Next Review 1995 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1992 1994 No on site review* Stated intervals** 1991 1995 1990 1990 1990 1991 1990 1991 1990 1 21

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The University of South Florida RESEARCH/SERVICE CEN'.l'ERS AND INSTITIITES Fall 1989 ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING: Florida Center for Urban Design and Research BUSINESS & HANAGEHENT: Center for Professional and Manageaent Developaent Management Institute Center for Economic and Manageaent Research Center for International Business Center for Organizational Effectiveness Small Business Development Center Institute of Banking and Finance CDHHUNICATIONS: Center for Organizational Coalunication Center for Public Relations Research and Development WUSF and WSFP Public TV and FH Radio Stations Center for Teleco~nlcatlons Research COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES: Institute for Infonatlon Systems Management EDUCATION: *Type I Florida Center for Instructional Computing Children's Center Center for Economic Education Center for Study of Migrant Education Center for the Arts and Human Development Center for the Study of Physical Education and Sport for the Disabled Educational Research Center for Child Development National Resource Center for Middle Grades Education Suncoast Area Teacher Training (SCATT) Center for Excellence Center for Excellence in Mathematics, Science, Computers, and Technology Center for Development Dlsabilltles ENGINEERING & ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: Center for Engineering Design and Research (CEDAR) Center for Enviroraental Studies and Engineering Center for Modeling Hydrologlc and Aquatic Systems Center for Development of Haterlala Center for Hicroelectrlc Research Center for Electron Microscopy Center for Cotaunicatlon and Signal Processing Center for Urban Transportation Research Center for Interactive Technology, Application and Research AU.JED HEALTH & HEALTH SCIENCES: Florida Mental Health Institute Center for Occupational and Environmental Health USF Health Sciences Center Suncoast Gerontology Center on Health and Longevity Diabetes Center Tampa Bay Cranio -Facial Center HOHE ECONOMICS: *International Exchange Center on Gerontology Center for Applied Gerontology LETTERS: Interdisciplinary Center for Greek Studies Center for Writers Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Culture and Society 122

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The University of South Florida RESEARCH/SERVICE CENTERS AND INSTI11JTES Pall 1989 LIBRARY, ARCHIVAL & MUSEUM SCIENCES: *SUS Extension Library LIFE SCIENCES: Institute for Biomolecular Science Center for Nearshore Marine Science Center for Molecular Design and Recognition HATHEHATICS: Center for Mathematical Services Institute for Constructive Mathematica HULTI/INTERDISCIPLINARY STIJDIES: Center for Applied Humanities Center for Arts and Human Development NATURAL RESOURCES: Center for Environmental Toxicology NATURAL SCIENCES: *Type I Center for Excellence in Mathematics, Science, Computers, and Technology SOURCE: Academic Affairs PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION AND THEOLOGY: Center for Applied Philosophy Center for Neo-Platonic Studies PHYSICAL SCIENCES: *Florida Institute of Oceanography Institute for Environmental Research PSYCHOLOGY: International Center for the Study of Violence Center for Research in Behavioral Medicine and Health Psychology PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES: Center for Evaluation Research Center for C<>a1unity Analysts Development Center for Public Affairs and Policy Management SOCIAL SCIENCE: Human Resources Institute Center for Development Disabilities Center for Applied Anthropology Institute on Black Life Florida -France Institute Florida -Japan Institute 123

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The University of South Florida IN'l'EROOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Taapa Capua FaU 1989 Athletic Director and Head Coaches The University of South Florida is a member Intercollegiate Athletic Director Baseball Basketball Hen W011en Cross Country (Hen & Women) Golf Hen Women Soccer Softball (Women) Tennis Hen Women Volleyball (Women) SOURCE: Intercollegiate Athletics Paul Griffin Eddie Cardierl Bobby Paschal Trudi Lacey Bob Braman Bob Shiver Dan Gierlach Jay HiUer Hildred Deese Erle Hayes Sherry Bedingfield Debbie Richardson of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Sun Belt Conference and competes in the University Division I level of competition in the following sports: Hen's: Baseball BaaketbaU Croaa Country Golf Soccer Tennis Woaen's: Basketball Cross Country Golf Softball Tennis VoUeyball 124

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Students Undergrad Headcount 126 SOURCE: FHHT Graduate Headcount 47 Total Children Adults Aging The University of South Florida FLORIDA MENTAL HEALTII INSTITUTE Training and Clinical Services 1988-89 INSTRUCTION Trainees Consultees Headcount 25,392 Instruction Hours 9,987.3 Headcount 4,965 CLINICAL SERVICES Daya of Service Residential 17,251 10,390 6,861 Day Clients 47,226 12,280 30,585 4,361 Contact Hours 36,057.2 Consultation Hours Clients Headcount 1,065 4,874.1 125

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GRANTS Athletic Grants Fine Arts Talent Grants Florida Student Assistance Grant Graduate Educational Opportunity Grant Pell Grant Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant USF Grant LOANS Guaranteed Student Loan Miscellaneous Medical Loans Perkins Loan (NDSL) PLUS/SLS Loan Private Outside Loans USF Loan STIJDENT EMPLOYMENT College Career Work Experience Program College Work Study Program OPS -Students Totals SOURCE: Office o f financial Afds 1 988-89 Annual R eport The University of South Florida Snn>ENT FINANCIAL AID All Campuses (Continued) 1988-89 1987-88 Approximate Approximate Nlllllber of Amount Students Offered 6,208 $ 6,645,670 160 461,853 121 47,727 1,213 996,573 26 114,340 3,719 4,332,406 305 220,870 664 471,901 4,797 11,631,422 3,807 10,103,657 89 128,509 610 751,441 101 307,443 32 45,816 158 294,556 4,543 10,372,963 1 5,370 530 571,433 4,012 9,796,160 18,682 $32,616,349 1988-89 Approximate Approximate Number of Amount Students Offered 6,889 $ 8,594,756 160 483,000 133 50,345 1,679 1,577,249 32 139,455 3,969 5,454,243 242 230,561 674 659,903 5,959 16,404,865 4,403 14,396,089 72 113,638 780 1,209,653" 30 25,582 674 659,903 4,643 10,509,409 620 678,989 4,023 9,830,420 21,677 $40,813,333 1 27

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No. of Alumni Donors (All-Time) 1988-89 Alumni Gifts & Pledges Alumni Clubs Central Florida Ft. Lauderdale Fort Hyers Georgia Greater Houston Gulf Coast Jacksonville Metro Miami National Capitol TI1e University of South Florida ALUMNI 1989-90 20,371 $403,935 Aluani with Bachelor Degrees Pinellas County Plant City Polk Sarasota/Manatee Aluani with Graduate & Professional Degrees Total Aluani Alllllni Societies AlWlni Scholars Ambassadors Bachelor of Independent Studies Black Alllllni 78,126 19,297 96,240 Southern California College of Business Adainistration Space Coast Tallahassee Tampa University College of Medicine College of Nursing Mass Comaunications Social Work 128

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The University of South Florida CAREER RESOURCE CENTER Tampa Caapus 1988-89 Placement Activities Number No. Regis-Organizations Organizations Total of tered with Percent Listing Interviewing Student Graduates Placement Registered Positions On-C!!!2us Interviews 5,462* 1,286* 23.5 3,193 497 5,809 Cooperative Education Activities On-Caapus Recruitaent Separate Interviews Conducted 45 Fall, 1988 Spring, 1989 Suaaer Session, 1989 *Excludes Nursing, Medicine, Public Health, and AA Degrees **Host Cooperative Education interviews are held off-campus SOURCE: Career Resource Center 1988-89 Annual Report Organizations Interviewing On-Caapus 61 Placeaent Statistics Number of Students In-Field Training 137 149 152 On-Caapus Study 146 145 147 Total Student Interviews** 501 Total 283 294 299 Total Credentials 15,468 129

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The University of South Florida ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL Fall 1989 134 OFFICE OF TUE PRESIDENT College of Arts and Letters President. FRANCIS T. BORKOHSKI Assistant to the President BARBARA c. COX Assistant to the President DONNA A. PARRINO Special Assistant to the President SPURGEON M. STAMPS Executive Vice President . ALBERT C. HARTLEY General Counsel. BRYANS. BURGESS Internal Auditor. RAYMOND ZUREICH Florida Mental Health Institute Dean HAX C. DERTKE Deputy Director Programs TBA Deputy Director Administration. FRANCIS PARIS Chairpersons: Aging and Mental Health LARRY SCHONFELD Child and Family Studies. ADLAI BOYD Connunity Mental Health MICHAEL KNOX Crime and Delinquency .RICHARD SWANSON Epidemiology and Policy Analysis ROBERT FRIEDMAN Directors: Health Services Training and Consultation Institute Relations JOE GONZALEZ .ELLOUISE WILLIAMS ELISSA HENDERSON ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Provost. Vice Provost Assistant Provost Associate Vice President Associate Vice President for Information Resources. . . Assistant Vice President Assistant Vice President Records and University for Admissions & Registrar Directors: Academic Budgets Florida Center for Urban Design & Research Florida Institute of Oceanography Institute on Black Life International Affairs Center. Jnternatio1wl Exchange Center on Gerontology SUS Extension J.lbrnry University Library GERRY G. MEISELS JOHNS. HODGSON TBA .BERNARD A. HACKEY ANN E. PRENTICE CAROL J. ROLF .LINDA E. ERICKSON LYNDA BLOCK HILL DAVID A. CRANE .JOHN C. OGDEN .JUEL II. SMITH HARK T. ORR HAROLD L. SHEPPARD VTRGINlA O 'HERRON LAURENE ZAPOROZIIETZ Dean (Acting) .. Associate Dean (Acting) Chairpersons: American Studies Classics COIIIIUnication English HU11anities Hass Co111DUnications. Philosophy Religious Studies Directors: Division of Languages. Development WILLIAM J. HEIM AUtA G. BRYANT JACK t>ORE ANNA LYDIA HOTl'O ARTHUR BOCHNER .WILLIAM T. ROSS AMY J. SPARKS DONNA DICKERSON JAMES A. BELL WILLIAM C. TREt-tiEL ROGER COLE RON A. SHERMAN College of Business Administration Dean Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Studies . Associate Dean and Director of Undergraduate Studies Academic Director of Executive MBA Chairpersons: School of Accountancy Economics (Acting) Finance (Acting) Information Systems and Decision Sciences (Acting). Management Marketing Directors: Center for Economic and Management Research Center for Organizational Effectiveness Center for Professional Development Development Lykes Professor of Finance and Banking and Institute of Banking and Finance Small Business Development Center . .JAMES L. PAPPAS ROBERT L. ANDERSON THOMAS E. NESS STEVEN A. BAUMGARTEN GARY L. HOLSTRti1 R. HARK WILSON RICHARD L. HEYER HAMILTON W. STIRLING .ALTON C. BARTLETT PAUL J. SOLOmN TBA IIAROLD M. SCHRODER .MARYANNE M. ROUSE RICHARDT. BOWERS .JAMES I.. PAPPAS WILLIAM J. HANCI<

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College of Education Dean WILLIAM G. KATZENHEYER EVELYN F. SEARLS Associate Dean for Programs Associate Dean for Administration Assistant Dean for Clinical Education and H. EDWIN STEINER Special Projects Assistant Dean for Education/ Business Partnerships Chairpersons: MARCIA HANN DICK J. PUGLISI Adult and Vocational Education Childhood/Language Arts/Reading Education BILL BLANK PHIL PFOST .VICTOR DRAPELA Counselor Education. Educational Leadership. Educational Measurement and Research Instructional Computing DON ORLOSKY .JOSEPH MAZUR ANDRIA TROUTMAN Music Education. JACK HELLER Physical Education. Paychological and Social Foundations. Secondary Education Special Education Directors: Children's Center Center for Economic Education Clinical Education Educational Research Center for Child Development (Child Care) Florida Center for Instructional Computing (Acting) Graduate Studies Grants and Contracts Institute for At-Risk Infants, Children and Their Families Institute for Instructional H. A. HOFFMAN JAMES BARNARD ROGER JOHNSON JAMES L. PAUL .JAMES W. BARNARD DICK J. PUGLISI MARCIA HANN JANET ALLYN JAMES WHITE EVELYN F. SEARLS JUDY WIUCERSON .CAROLYN LAVELY Research and Practice. CAROLYN LAVELY National Resource Center for Middle Grades Education (Acting) DICK J. PUGLISI School of Library and Information Science ROBERT GROVER School Management Institute KAROLYN J, SNYDER Student Personnel MELVIN G. VILLEHE SunCoast Area Teacher Training (SCATT) Program MARCIA HANN Teacher Education Centers and Off-Campus Programs PHILIP PFOST South Florida Educational Planning Council Director WILLIAM G. KATZENHEYER Executive Director MARCIA MANN Upward Bound. RICHARD PRIDE College of Engineering Dean Associate Dean for Academics Associate Dean for Computer Applications Associate Dean for Research. Assistant Dean Chairpersons: Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering and Mechanics Computer Science and Engineering Electrical Engineering Industrial and Management Systeas Engineering Mechanical Engineering Directors: MICHAEL G. KOVAC MELVIN W. ANDERSON J. A. LLEWELLYN THOMAS E. WADE ANDREW J. BARRETT CARLOS A. SMITH WAYNE ECHELBERGER MURALI R. VARANASI E. K. STEFANAKOS PAULE. GIVENS .WILLIAM A. SMITH Bi-County Engineering Center HORACE GORDON Centers for Engineering Development and Research THOMAS E. WADE Center for Microelectronics Research. JOSEPH STACH Center for Urban Transportation Research GARY BROSCH Development RANDALL S. CAIN Florida Engineering Education Systems ANDREW J. BARRETT Minority Engineering Program. ,JOY A. O'SHIELDS Southern Technology Applications Center MICHELE YOUNG Technology DOLORES K. GOODING Dean Associate Dean Associate Dean. Chairpersons: Visual Arts Dance (Acting) Music Theatre Directors: Develop11ent. Public Relations SYCOH. USF Art t-llseum College of Fine Arts JOHN L. SMITH, JR JOHN W. COKER VIRGINIA A. BRIDGES ALAN B. EAKER .DAVID WILLIAMS JACK HELLER JIM HANCOCK .GLENDA HODGSON CLAUDIA NOBLE ROBERT KEEFE MARGARET HILLER 135

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College of Natural Sciences Dean Associate Dean, Academic and Administrative Affairs. Coordinator of Advising Chairpersons: LEON'HANDELL Sl'EWART L SWIHART ALBERT A. LAllNA Biology HARVIN R. ALVAREZ Cheaistry Geology STEWART W. SCHNELLER SAM B UPCHURCH Marine Science. Mathematics. Physics Directors: PEl'ER R. BETZER KENNETH L. POTHOVEN SWAMINATHA SUNDARAH Development. JO-ANN G. ALESSANDRINI Medical Technology .EUGENE D. OLSEN Planetarium. JOE A. CARR Preprofessional Sciences Advising CAROLE F. HENDRY College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Dean Associate Dean Associate Dean. Chairpersons: JULIA M. DAVIS EDWARD M. SILBERT ,CURTIS W. WIENKER An th ropo 1 ogy ROGER T. GRANGE Comunication Sciences and Disorders ELAINE R. SILLIMAN Criminology. WILLIAM R. BLOUNT Economics .HARK WILSON Geography. ROBERT AANGEENBRUG Gerontology. THOMAS A. RICH History. ROBERT P. INGALLS Political Science (Acting) WILLIAM E. HULBARY Psychology. LOUIS PENNER Rehabilitation Counseling. CALVIN M. PINKARD Social Work BONNIE L. YEGIDIS Sociology , RAY WHEELER Directors: Program FESTUS OllAEGBULAH MARILYN MYERSON HARVEY NELSEN ,KEITH LUPTON African and Afro-American Studies Interdisciplinary Social Sciences International Studies Program Off-Campus Term Program Public Administration Program Women's Studies Program (Acting), EDWARD H. SILBERT JANICE SNOOK Graduate School I>ean Associate Dean (Acting), Director: 136 JAMES H. ANKER RICHARD L. HANSELL USF Press, , ,SILVIA RUFFO-FIORE Undergraduate Studies Dean Associate Dean. Directors: Career Resource Center Coaa1nity College Relations Evaluation and Testing, Honors Progra. Military/ROTC Air Force ROTC Aray ROTC, , ,WILLIAM H, SCHEUERLE .THELMA D, BENTON .GLENDA F. LENTZ FRANK H. SPAIN HARRIET SELIGSOHN , ,STUART SILVERMAN .COL. DONALD LIESCH LT. COL. HOWARD ABNEY FAHU/USF Cooperative Architecture Program Associate Dean/Director. , ALEXANDER RAl'ENSKY Assistant Program Director DAVID EVAN GLASSER School of Extended Studies and Learning Technologies Dean JAMES B, HECK Assistant Dean, KENNE11I D. STANTON Directors: STANTON and LARRY ROMIG Administration , KENNETH D. Association Hgt. & Continuing Education BIS, SUS, External Degree Prograa. Broadcast Services Conferences and Institutes & Lifelong Leaming Information Services Learning Technologies Open University Special Programs (PACE). LARRY ROMIG KEVIN E. KEARNEY JAMES B. HECK LEE LEAVENGOOD NAN KUTCHER ,KENNETH D. STANTON THOHAS WILSON ,RTCHARD TAYU>R

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MEDICAL AFFAIRS Health Sciences Center Vice President for Health Sciences Executive Associate Vice President for Health Sciences Associate Vice President for Clinical Affairs Assistant Vice President for Clinical Affairs Associate Vice President for Health Affairs Assistant Vice President for Health Affairs Directors: RONAU> P, KAUFMAN GREOORY R, NICOWSI JAMES E. HARl'FIELD RHANDAL N. SMART .JOHN C. HELENDI LARRY A. BAUDOIN Laboratory Animal Hedlcine Health Sciences Center Library. Medical Clinics. LOUIS R. NELSON BEVERLY SHAinJCIC RHANDAL N. SMART Personnel . Physical Plant (Assistant Director). Public Affairs Suncoast Gerontology Center SUZANNE H. FLAIG GEORGE R. CHAVEZ TBA ERIC A. PFEIFFER College of Hedlclne Dean of the College of Hedlclne. Senior Associate Dean Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Education Associate Dean for Research and Graduate WILTON H. BUNCH JANIFER H. JUDIS~ .PIERRE J. BOUIS, JR Affairs .CHARLES EDWARDS Associate Dean for Student Affairs. RANDOLPH HANNING Associate Dean for Tupa General Hospital THOHAS E. HcKELL Associate Dean for VA Education HARVIN R. DUNN Director of Adaisslons JAYS. LAYMAN Chai rperaons: Anatomy Anesthealology Biochemistry Fully Hedlclne. Internal Hedlclne Medical Hlcroblology and JOHANNES A.G. RHODIN .JOHN B. DOWNS .LARRY P. SOLOHONSON CHARLES E. AUCREHANN ROY H. BEHNKE l~nology HERMAN FRIEDMAN Neurology. LEON D. PROCKOP Obstetrics/Gynecology. .WILLIAM N. SPELLACY Ophthalmology WILLIAM E. LAYDEN Orthopaedic Surgery. ROBERT J. SCIM.TZ Pathology. DAVID T. R.ANDS, JR Pediatrics (Acting). JOHN s. CURRAN Pharmacology and Therapeutics (Acting) Physiology. Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine . Radiology Surgery JOSEPH J. KRZANOWSKI CARLETON H. BAKER ANTHONY J. READING MARTIN L. SILBIGER RICHARD G. CONNAR 137

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College of Nursing Dean JUDI11f A. PLAWECKI Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Studies CECILE A. LENGACHER Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies SUE M. BISHOP Assistant Dean for Student Affairs (Acting) PATRICIA A. GORZKA Cltairpersons: Adult Health Nursing CANDACE M. BURNS C0111111Unity Health Nursing .ELIZABE11f B. GULITZ Family Health Nursing. CYNTHIA S. SELLECK Gerontological Nursing VIVIAN N. ROSS Oncology Nursing. SUSAN C. McHILLAN Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing ONA z. RIGGIN Directors: Continuing Education Graduate Studies Nursing Learning Resources Center Research .. Coordinators: Fort Hyers Campus--R.N. Sequence Sarasota Campus--R.N. Sequence. St. Petersburg Campus--R.N. Sequence. LORETTA RAMELLA LOPEZ SUE H. BISHOP NINA M. ENTREKIN TBA DENISE HEINEMANN MARY LOU VanCO'IT CHARLENE H. LONG Tampa Campus--R.N. Sequence BARBARA A. REDDING Dean Assistant Dean Assistant Dean. Chairpersons: College of Public Health PETER J. LEVIN RITA G. BRUCE .JOHN H. SKINNER COIIIDUnity and Family Health. .STANLEY N. GRAVEN Environmental and Occupational Health STUART H. BROOKS Epideaiology and Biostatistics PAULE. LEAVERTON Health Polley and M a nagement ( A cting). JAY WOLFSON USF at FORT HYERS Campus Dean and Executive Officer Associate Dean/Acadeaic Affairs Directors: Adainistration and Finance Student Affairs University Relations and Development ECC/USF Learning Resources USF at LAKELAND Center Director. Assoc. Dir. for Student Services. USF at SARASOTA Campus Dean (Interia). Associate Dean, University Programs Business Manager Directors: 138 BARBARA R. SHERMAN GILBERT R. Hl!rCHCRAFT GLENN E. NITSCHKE MADELYN L. ISAACS JAMES E. HOF CHARLES RITCHIE YVONNE L. RALSTON PATRICIA A. MARTINI DAVID P. SCHENCK PAULE. HcCLENDON BERNADINE WNDSTROH Bi-County Center for Engineering. HORACE C. GORDON Developaent. GERALD H. HILL Media Center. RONALD LERNER Physical Plant & Facilities THOMAS J. PENN Public Affairs. JOHN HEYER Records and Registration. NANCY E. FERRARO Student Affairs .OARE DOZIER-HENRY Librarian. .ALTifEA H. JENKINS Provost (Interim) Chairpersons: Huaanities Natural Sciences Social Sciences Directors: NEW COLLEGE of USF New College Admissions (Acting) Special Project Developaent. CS11pus Dean (Acting) Associate Dean Directors: USF at ST. PETERSBURG Acadeaic Advising Administration and Finance Student Affairs University Relations/Development. Librarian . .MARGARET L. BATES JOHN MOORE JANE STEPHENS .ANTHONY ANDREWS EDWARD CUSTARD .JAMES W. FEENEY KAREN SPEAR KAREN SPEAR WILLIAM GARRETT HERMAN J BRAMES STEPHEN RITCH RAJ.PH J McKAY SAMUEL FUSTUKJIAN

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ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS Vice President , , , , ,RICKARD C, FENDER Associate Vice President PAULA N. KNAUS Associate Vice President CLAIRE S, ROBINSON Assistant to the Vice President (Acting) LINDA LYDIC Assistant to the Vice Prealdent ,FRED VINCEN'l' Directors: Enviro1111ental Health and Safety. SELDON CARSEY Equal Opportunity Affairs. WILMA L. SHITH Facilities Planning. .ROBERT F. RINGEL llu11an Resources Development . SANDRA H. COOPER Personnel Services TRUDIE FRECKER Physical Plant. ADRIAN CUARTA Purchaa Ing. KEifll SUltONS Resource Analysis and Planning. .SUSAN H. HITCHEI. Teleco-,nlcationa (Acting) Dl1ETT A. Cl.ARY, JR University Budgets JOSEPH KARP University CoNptroller, ERIC WALDEN University C011puting Services. CHARLES E. FISHER University Police. PAUL A. URAVICH DEVELOPHEN'l'/ALlltNI AFFAIRS ,JOSEPH F. BUSTA, JR Vice President Associate Vice President Associate Vice President, Health Sciences Business Manager, USP Foundation. Directors: Alumni Affairs Planned Giving. Research HARK LOHO TBA JOHN SCOTT LEE PA1'0lllU.ET PIIILIP YURECKA VICKI HITCIIEI.L USF Annual Fund. ,JOE TOMAINO USF President Council (Executive Director) HENRY GARDNER OFFICE OF RESEARCH Vice President GEORGE R. NEWKCH Division of Sponsored Research Director Assistant Director Asalatant Director, Health Prograa Director, Regional FRANK LUCAREI.Ll EARLE F. VANCE VIRGINIA H. SWEENEY ROSLYN H. WILEY Sciences Caapuses . Division of Technology Development and Transfer Director. RALPH D, GUNTER Reaearch Foundation President GEORGE R. NEWKOtGraphlcatudio Director DONALD SAFF STUDEN'l' AFFAIRS Vice President DANIEL R. WALBOLT Aaaoclate Vice President and Dean of Students .CHARLES F, HEWITT Aasociate Vice President and Director, Housing and Auxiliary Services RA'nl>ND C. KING Assistant Vice President and Director, Intercollegiate Athlet lea PAUL GRIFFIN Aaaoclate Dean of Students. TROY L. COl.l.lER Aaaoclate Dean of Students. WANDA LEWIS-CAMPBELL Assistant Dean of Students. VANESSA DIAZ-tiETTEN Dir:ctors: Caapus Recreation Counaellng Center for Human Development .ANDREW HONKER "111.U AM ANTON GWYN FRANCIS MARIA ANDERSON RICHARD HILBER Financial Aids Student llealth Services Student Publications Sun Oolle. University Center University Golf Course .HICIIAEL l.aPAN PHYl.LlS HARSIIAI.L ROBERT SIIIVER UNIVERSITY RELATIONS Vice President (Actin") JOSEPH F. BUSTA, .IR Directors: Coaaunlty Relations. Public Affairs ANN H, ROSS ROBERT I.. ALI.EN 1 39

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Architecture Minimum Median Mean Maximum Arta & Letter11 Minimum Median Mean MaJtlmum Bualnesa Minimum Median Mean Malllmum Education Minimum Median Mean Max I mum Engineering Minimum Median Mean Ma1
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Fine Arts Minimum Median Mean Malmum Natural Science Minimum Median Mean Max imum New College Minimum Median Mean Maximum Socia I S cienc e Minimum Med ian Mean Ma1
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Medicine Minimum Median Mean Ma11lrnum Nursing Minimum Medlen Mean Malmum Public Health Minimum Median Mean Malmum Total University Minimum Median Mean Malrnum Total University, ecludlng Minimum Median Mean Malmum The University of South florlda FULL TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION Total University 9 Month Basis, continued fal I 1989 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor S 35,565 s 37,051 s 18,962 s 75,065 49,443 42,634 73,544 50,196 41,670 113,461 71,635 58,992 43,556 34,136 30,259 48,722 37,385 33,032 54,720 37,491 33,032 74,993 42,000 35,804 64,266 41,339 31,333 67,077 49,423 37,354 72,601 47,895 37,723 84,346 57,257 44,400 32,817 25,610 18,962 50,894 38,162 32,024 55,197 40,089 34,920 113,461 71,635 60,000 Medicine 32,817 25,610 24,463 49,218 36,828 30,975 52,017 38,702 33,622 101,263 67,075 60,000 EclucJes non-tenure earning Instructional faculty Lecturer Total s s 18,962 53,237 58,604 113,461 30,259 38,958 43,007 74,993 31,333 43,231 48,733 84,346 18,962 42,274 45,454 113,461 24,463 40,729 43,299 107,263 143

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The Un1vera1ty of South Florida FULL TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total Un1ver&1ty Fall 1989 Profeaaor Aaaoc1ate Aaalatant Inatructor lecturer HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Month Other Contract Month Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Epertence USF Bachelor Masters Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable 459 325 134 421 38 3 3 22. 8 423 54 16 3 28 52 376 427 25 7 395 298 97 300 95 24 11 9 351 47 12 7 39 31 318 333 46 16 299 181 118 191 108 18 18 7 256 39 4 4 64 56 175 18 201 80 84 37 47 31 53 4 1 3 76 41 4 8 58 10 8 84 NOTE: Instructional faculty= Faculty positions with class codes which reflect a major assignment of Instruction, Including release time for research. Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and eKcludes their visiting replacements 31 22 9 23 8 2 28 52 9 2 22 7 31 Total I, 268 863 405 966 302 50 3 52 29 1,134 48 11 24 211 149 884 778 272 218 144

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The Univeraity of Soutn Florida FULL TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total Univeralt,, continued fat I 19 9 Professor Associate Asaiatant Instructor Lecturer Total Architecture 2 3 7 Arta & Latter 59 37 18 6 2 122 Bualneaa 36 49 19 13 14 131 l:.ducatldn 62 52 29 16 159 Engineering 33 24 33 3 4 97 Fine Arts 28 25 15 2 71 Natural Science 66 43 24 2 135 Hew Collage 14 18 11 2 46 Social Science 67 60 36 6 169 Other 6 4 4 6 20 FMHI 6 10 16 9 41 Medicine 70 54 78 12 214 Nursing 5 7 6 10 28 Public Health 5 11 11 28 ft. Myers 2 6 4 12 Lakeland Sarasota/New Co I lege 16 20 13 2 4 55 St. Petersburg 14 14 7 3 3 41 Tampa 426 355 275 79 24 1,159 145

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Aalan, Pacific lalander Hhpanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Eperlence USF Bachelors Masters Profesalonal Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non -Tenure Track Not Applicable Protea a or 2 2 2 2 58 2 2 2 The Univeralty of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Architecture -All Campuses Fal I 1989 Asaociate Aaalstant lnatructor 46 3 3 3 3 35 2 2 1 33 2 Lecturer Total 7 7 7 7 43 6 2 3 2 146

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The Unlveraltv of Soutn florlaa FULL TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Art a & Lettera -A 11 Campuaea fall 1989 Profeasor Asaoclete Aaalstant lnatructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 59 37 18 6 2 122 9 Contract Montns 54 35 18 5 1 i 3 12 Contract Months 5 2 l 9 Otner Contract Months Male 51 27 8 3 2 91 female 8 10 10 3 31 Black, Non-Hispanic 5 3 9 American Indian l Asian, Pacific Islander l Hispanic 2 2 wnlte, Non-Hispanic 56 30 15 6 2 109 Mean Age 56 48 46 42 59 52 Mean EKperlence USF 18 14 8 2 14 14 Bachelors 1 l 2 Masters 3 3 3 4 2 15 Professional Doctorate 55 34 14 2 105 Tenured 57 34 5 96 Tenure-Track 1 3 13 17 Non-Tenure Track 1 6 2 9 Not Appllcat:>le 147

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The University of South Florida 148 FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Business -All Cempuses Fal I 19B9 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 36 49 19 13 14 131 9 Contract Months 31 48 19 10 II I 19 12 Contract Months 5 1 3 3 12 Other Contract Months Male 36 43 12 5 II 107 Female 6 7 8 3 24 Black, Non-Hispanic 4 4 American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander I Hl&panlc I I White, Non-Hispanic 36 45 18 13 13 125 Mean Age 52 47 43 38 54 48 Mean Eperlence USF 14 12 5 5 7 10 Bachelors 1 2 3 Masters 2 1 7 10 9 29 Professional 2 1 3 Doctorate 34 46 10 5 96 Tenured 32 45 2 79 Tenure-Track 4 4 16 24 Non-Tenure Track 1 13 14 28 Not Appl lcable

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian. Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Bachelors Masters Profess Iona I Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Appl \cable Professor 62 60 2 54 8 61 56 19 61 60 1 1 The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Education -All Campuses Fa I I 1989 Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total 52 29 16 159 51 28 14 153 1 1 2 6 30 7 5 96 22 22 11 63 4 5 9 48 24 16 149 53 42 45 51 14 4 4 13 1 2 3 7 8 12 28 1 1 45 20 1 127 45 2 107 5 21 27 2 6 16 25 149

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Month 12 Contract Months Other Contract Month Mala Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Eperlence USF Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable Profaaaor 33 23 10 32 1 1 6 2 24 55 13 33 26 4 3 The Univaraitv of Soutn Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Engineering -All Campuses Fall 1989 Aaaociata Aaaiatant lnatructor 24 24 24 5 4 14 45 7 3 21 14 8 2 33 33 31 2 6 26 37 4 5 28 2 29 2 3 2 1 1 2 3 46 6 3 3 Lecturer 4 3 1 3 1 1 3 53 7 3 4 Total 97 85 12 91 6 2 1 17 7 70 46 8 14 83 42 41 14 150

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The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Fine Arts A 11 Campuses Fal I 1989 Professor Aaaoc1ate Aaalstant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 28 25 15 2 71 9 Contract Months 22 23 15 62 12 Contract Months 6 2 9 Other Contract Months Male 24 17 9 51 Female 4 8 6 20 Black, Non -Hispanic 2 4 Ainer1can Indian Asian, Pac tf le Islander Hispanic White, Non -Hispanic 28 23 14 67 Mean Age 54 44 40 28 45 47 Mean Eperlence USF 19 12 3 10 13 Bachelors I 7 I 9 Masters 19 11 13 2 46 Professional 1 1 Doctorate 8 6 15 Tenured 27 23 1 51 Tenure-Track I 2 11 14 Non -Tenure Track 3 2 6 Not Applicable 1 51

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Mala Female Slack, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Bachelors Masters Profess tonal Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non -Tenure T r a c k Not Applicable Profaaaor 66 60 6 63 3 1 10 1 54 53 18 64 65 I The Univeraitv of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Natural Science -All Campus Aaaociate 43 41 2 37 6 2 41 47 14 2 41 41 2 Fal I 1989 Aaaiatant 24 21 3 23 1 2 1 21 35 3 3 21 1 19 4 Inatructor Lecturer 2 2 1 1 2 50 26 2 2 Total 135 124 11 124 11 I 14 2 118 48 15 1 8 126 107 22 6 152

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The Un1vera1ty of South Flortcia FULL-TIME INSTRUCT JOHAL FACULTV New College Fal I 1989 Profeaaor Aaaoc1ate Aaatatant lnatructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 14 18 11 2 46 9 Contract Months 14 18 11 2 46 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male 13 12 8 2 35 Female 1 6 3 11 Black, Non-Hispanic American lndlen Asian, Pacific Islander 1 Hispanic I I Whl te, Non-Hispanic 13 17 11 2 44 Mean Age 55 45 38 33 67 46 Mean Experience USF 13 10 3 14 9 Bachelors 1 Masters 2 4 2 8 Profess tonal Doctorate 14 16 7 37 Tenured 14 17 1 32 Tenure-Track 1 9 10 Non-Tenure Track 1 2 4 Not Applicable 153

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HEADCOUNT 8 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience IJSF Bachelors Masters Profess tonal Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure T r ack Not Applicable Profeaaor 67 59 8 61 6 1 65 54 17 67 66 1 The University of South Florida 154 FULL TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Social Science-All Campuses fal I 1989 Aasoclate Aaalatant Instructor Lecturer Total 60 36 6 169 57 36 3 155 3 3 14 39 22 1 12 3 21 14 5 46 5 4 10 3 3 2 2 5 53 27 6 151 48 39 42 48 14 4 6 13 1 I 3 4 5 12 57 32 156 54 3 123 6 26 33 1 6 13

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Trac k Not Applicable Professor 6 1 5 6 1 4 58 17 6 6 The Unlveralty of South florlda FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Other -All Campuses Fal I 1989 Asaoctata Aaatstant Instructor 4 1 3 4 4 56 23 2 2 4 4 4 2 2 1 3 43 7 1 2 4 Lecturer 6 3 3 5 1 6 44 6 1 4 6 -Total 20 5 15 17 3 2 17 50 13 2 8 10 10 10 155

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Non-Hl5panlc American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable Profeaaor 6 6 6 6 48 5 2 4 5 1 The Unlveralty of South florlaa 156 FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Florida Mental Hea I th Institute Fal I 1989 Asaoclete Aaatstant lnatructor Lecturer Total 10 18 9 41 10 16 9 41 9 11 5 31 1 5 ... 10 2 3 5 10 13 6 35 48 39 39 43 5 4 3 4 I I I 5 8 14 1 1 4 8 10 22 4 9 2 9 12 4 7 9 20

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The Unlveralty of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Medicine Fa 11 1989 Profeaaor Aaaoc1ate Aaa1atant lnatructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 70 54 78 12 214 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months 70 54 78 12 214 Other Contract Months Male 68 49 51 6 174 Female 2 5 27 6 40 Black, Non-Hispanic 2 2 5 American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander 3 3 4 I 11 Hispanic 3 I I 5 White, Non-Hispanic 64 49 71 9 193 Mean Age 54 45 37 35 44 Mean Experience USF 10 10 2 2 7 Bachelors I I Masters I 5 1 7 Profess Iona I 47 26 54 8 135 Doctorate 23 27 19 2 71 Tenured 58 41 1 100 Tenure-Track 10 5 34 49 Non-Tenure Track 2 8 43 12 65 Not Appl lcable 157

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The Unlveralty of South Florida 158 FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Nuralng -All Campuaea Fal I 1989 Professor Associate Aaa1stant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 5 1 6 10 28 9 Contract Months I I 12 Contract Months 4 1 6 10 27 Other Contract Months Male Female 5 7 6 10 28 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic 1 1 White, Non-Hispanic 5 6 5 10 26 Mean Age 66 49 45 46 50 Mean Eperience USF 13 10 3 4 1 Bachelors Masters 2 3 9 14 Professional Doctorate 5 5 3 14 Tenured 5 5 10 Tenure-Track 2 2 4 Non -Tenure Track 4 10 14 Not Applicable

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Mala Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asl~n, P~clflc Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Eperlence USF Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate Tenureo Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Appl lcable Profesaor 5 5 5 5 54 5 3 2 4 1 The University of South Florloa FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Public Health -All Campuses Fal I 1989 Associate Aaalatant lnatructor 11 11 8 3 10 42 4 I 10 6 5 11 11 6 5 1 2 8 41 3 2 9 10 I 34 Lecturer Total 28 28 19 9 2 3 23 43 3 2 5 21 10 16 2 159

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable Professor 2 2 2 2 55 14 2 Based on campus of main pay account The University of Soutn FULL-TIME Associate 6 6 3 3 5 52 9 6 4 2 INSTRUCTIONAL Ft. fal I Miers I 89 Aaalatant 4 4 3 I 4 48 7 3 I 3 Florida FACULTY Instructor NOTE: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and exclude& their visiting replacements Lecturer Total 12 12 8 4 II 51 9 11 6 6 160

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable Professor 62 28 Based on campus of ma tn pay account The Univeraity of South Florida FULL TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Lakeland Fal 1 1989 Aaaociata Aaaiatant lnatructor NOTE: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and exclude their visiting replacements Lecturer Total 62 28 1 61

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable Professor 16 16 15 1 15 56 14 16 16 Based on campus of main pay account The Unlveralty of South Florlda FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Sarasota/New College Fall 1989 Aasoclate Aaalatant Inatructor 20 20 13 7 2 18 46 I 1 2 18 19 1 13 13 9 4 13 38 3 4 9 1 11 1 2 2 2 2 33 2 2 NOTE: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements Lecturer 4 3 1 3 1 I 3 60 9 1 2 4 Total 55 54 1 42 13 1 3 51 48 9 1 10 44 36 12 7 162

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The UnlveraHv of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY St. Peteraburg Fit 11 1989 Professor Aaaoclate Aaalatant Instructor Lecturer Total HEAOCOUNT 14 14 7 3 3 41 9 Contract Months 14 14 7 2 2 39 12 Contract Months 1 1 2 Other Contract Months Male 11 12 2 3 28 Female 3 2 5 3 13 Black, Non-Hispanic 2 American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hlspc1nlc 14 13 6 3 3 39 Mean Age 53 50 45 50 60 51 Mean Experience USF 16 16 3 10 11 13 Bachelors Masters 3 2 3 10 Professional Doctorate 13 11 5 2 31 Tenured 14 14 28 Tenure-Track 7 7 Non-Tenure Track 3 3 6 Not Appl lcable Based on campus of main pay account NOTE: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements 163

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The University of South Florida 164 FULLTIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Tamca fal I l 89 Professor Aasoctate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 426 355 275 79 24 1 ,159 9 Contract Month& 292 258 167 33 17 757 12 Contract Months 134 97 118 46 7 402 Other Contract Months Male 392 272 177 29 17 887 female 34 83 98 50 7 272 Black, Non -Hispanic 3 22 17 4 47 American Im.II an 3 3 Asian, Pacific Islander 21 11 18 1 51 Hispanic 7 7 7 3 1 25 Whl te, Non -Hispanic 392 315 233 71 22 1,033 Mean Age 54 47 39 41 50 47 Mean Eperlence USF 16 12 4 3 8 II Bachelors 3 7 4 8 I 23 Masters 27 34 57 53 19 190 Professional 52 31 56 10 149 Doctorate 344 283 158 8 4 797 Tenured 395 296 16 707 Tenure-Track 24 43 180 247 Non -Tenur e Trac k 7 16 79 79 24 205 Not Applicat>le Based on campus of main pay account NOTE: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and ecludes their visiting replacements

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The Unlveralty of South Florida PART-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total Unlveralty Fal I 1989 Profeaaor Aaaoclate Aaalatant lnatructor Lecturer HEAOCOUHT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Hon-Hispanic American Indian Aalan, Pacific lalander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Bachelors Masters Professlonal Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Trac k Nol Appl !cable 47 8 39 44 3 2 1 44 55 8 1 2 34 10 25 16 6 40 3 37 35 5 4 2 34 44 6 30 10 15 16 9 93 3 90 67 26 2 8 4 79 39 3 1 4 72 16 57 36 16 2 14 8 8 16 39 3 2 5 6 3 16 NOTE: lnstructlonal faculty= Faculty poaltlons with class codes which reflect a major aaslgnment of Instruction, Including release time for reaearch. Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements 2 2 2 53 12 2 Total 198 18 180 155 43 2 14 7 175 44 5 5 12 142 39 40 89 69 165

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The University of South Florida 166 PARTTIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total Univerattl9 continued fa II 19 Profeaaor Aaaoclate Aaaiatant Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount FTE Headcount FTE Headcount FTE Headcount FTE Headcount FTE Headcount FTE TOTAL UNIVERSITY 47 18 .70 40 16.64 93 31 .68 16 7 .45 2 0 .95 198 75.42 Architecture Arta & Letters 0 .63 0 .63 Business Education 2 1 15 0.50 2 1 .45 5 3. 10 Engineering 0 .50 0.25 0.20 3 0 .95 Fine Arts 2 I 25 0 .66 3 1.83 0 .75 7 4 .49 Natural Science New Co I lege 0 .56 0.56 Social Science 2 0 71 2 0 71 Other FMHI 0 .50 5 2 .85 2 0 .70 8 4.05 Medicine 39 14.46 33 13.42 82 26.55 10 4.46 164 58.89 Nursing 0 13 2 0.40 2 0 .84 5 1. 37 Publ le Hea I th 0 .62 0.05 2 O.ti7 Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota/New Co 11 ege 0 .56 0.56 St. Petersburg Tampa 47 18.70 39 16.08 93 31 .68 16 7 .45 2 0.95 197 74.86

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E xec/Admln Managerial HEADCOUNT Male Female Black. Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experienc e USF President' s Area Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs Development/Alumni Affairs Research Student Affairs University Relations Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersbur g Tampa 97 66 31 7 1 3 86 51 10 I 91 I 3 1 3 5 5 3 81 Faculty 5 4 1 2 3 35 3 5 2 3 Includes all Colleges, Regional Campuses, and FMHI Includes Intercollegiate Athletics The University of Soutn florlaa FULL TIME NONINSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University Professional Non-Faculty 199 84 115 14 17 9 159 39 4 193 1 5 1 8 189 Fal I 1989 Secretarial/ Clerical Technical/ Paraprof Ski 11 ed Crafts Service Maintenance Total 301 154 147 21 1 19 12 248. 43 6 I 289 1 4 6 4 5 6 13 273 167

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Architecture Arts Letters Business Education Engineering Fine Arts Natural Science Ne,. Co I I eye Social Sc ence Other FMHI Medicine Nursing Public Hea I th Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa E11ec/Admln Managerial 3 5 8 11 3 4 2 3 36 3 6 4 3 3 5 5 3 75 Faculty 3 2 2 3 The University of South Florida FULL-TIME HOH-INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Academic Affairs Area Professional Hon-Faclty 1 8 28 27 5 12 2 22 I f 62 I 14 I 9 18~ Fall 1989 Secretarial/ Clerical Technlca I/ Paraprof Other Includes CED, BIS. Undergraduate Studies, Ed Resources, and administrative offices Sk 111 ed Crafts Service Maintenance 168 Total 4 13 36 38 8 19. 2 5 58 14 70 5 17 4 5 6 13. 261

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Exec/Admln Managerial HEADCOUNT Male female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asl~n, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic M~an Age Mean Experience USF President' s Area Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs Development/Alumni Affairs Research Student Affairs University Relations Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa 6 4 2 6 52 3 5 5 Faculty 42 1 Includes all Colleges, Regional Campuses, and FMHI Includes Intercollegiate Athletics The University of Soutn Florido PART TIME NON-INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University Professional Non-faculty 31 16 15 1 3 26 43 4 JO 1 JO fal I 1989 Secretarial/ Clerical Technical/ Paraprof Sk 111 ad Crafts Service Maintenance Total 38 21 17 I 3 33 44 4 36 I 36 169

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The Untveratty of South Flortda 170 LIBRARIANS Total University fal I 1989 Librarian Aaaoctate Aaalatant Inatructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 24 17 6 3 50 9 Contract Montha 12 Contract Months 24 17 6 3 50 Other Contract Months Male 6 5 2 1 14 Female 18 12 4 2 36 Black, Non-Hispanic 2 3 American Indian Asian, Pac tf t c Islander 1 Hispantc 1 I Whl te, Non-Hispanic 21 16 6 3 45 Mean Age 48 46 37 45 46 Me11n E11perlence USF 14 7 6 10 Bachelors 2 2 Masters 22 15 4 3 44 Profeaalonal Doctorate 2 2 4 Tenured Tenure-Track Non -Tenure Trac k 24 17 6 3 50 Not Applicable

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Profe&aor HfAOCOUHT II 9 Contract Montha 12 Contract Months 1 Other Contract Month 10 Mala 10 Female 1 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Hispanic Islander Whlta, Non-Hlapantc 11 Mean Age 66 Mean fparlenca USF 3 Bachelors Masters 3 Profaaatonal I Doctorate 1 Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track 11 Not Appl tcable The Unlveralty of South Florida ADJUNCT FACULTY Total University Fal I 1989 Asaoclate Aashtant lnatructor 7 26 186 1 25 186 6 14 97 I 11 88 2 I 8 1 24 175 56 41 44 3 39 2 6 105 1 5 16 34 7 25 1115 lecturer Total 129 357 I 129 356 86 213 43 144 6 6 I 3 4 13 119 336 46 45 3 25 61 67 183 8 16 29 91 129 357 171

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172 The Unlveri.lty of South fl or Ida ADJUNCT FACULTY Tot11I Unlveri.ltl, continued Fall 19 9 Profeaeor Aeeoclate Aeeletant lnetructor Lecturer Total Headcount FTE Headcount FTE Headcount FTf Headcount FTf Headcount FTE Headcount FTE TOTAL UNIVERSITY I I 5 .63 7 I 77 25 7.11 185 54.06 129 33.87 357 103.04 Architecture 4 0.72 2 0.48 6 I 20 A rts & Letters 0 .66 5 1.50 36 13.59 35 I I 14 77 26.89 Bustnese 3 2 .25 2 0 .36 29 6 71 13 3 .06 47 12.38 Education 0 .20 55 16.09 18 4 .40 74 20.69 Enotneerlng 0 .25 3 1 .26 6 I 25 14 2 .65 24 5 .41 Fine Arts 3 0 .92 5 1 .33 25 7.41 4 I .04 37 10.70 Natural Science 2 I .05 I .00 3 I 60 6 3.65 Ntiw Col I ege 0 .49 0 .49 Social Science 2 0 .38 6 1 .65 19 5.44 29 7 .04 56 14.51 Other 0 .60 10 2 .35 13 2 .94 24 5.89 FMHl Medicine Nur5lng Pull I le Health 0 .24 0.25 3 0 74 5 I 23 Ft. Myers 0 .75 10 2 .82 8 I .96 19 5 .53 Lakeland 0 .25 9 2 .04 10 2 .29 Sarasota/New Co I l ege 0 .49 4 I .02 22 4 .35 27 5.86 St. Petersburg 0 18 0 .28 14 2 .90 16 3 .80 32 7 16 Tampa 9 4 .39 6 I 59 24 7.43 156 47.07 74 2 l 72 269 82.20

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The University of South Florida GRADUATE ASSISTANTS Total University Fal I 1989 Research Research Teechlng Teaching Greduate Associate Asststent Associate Asstatant Assistant Total HEADCOUNT 40 158 31 252 278 759 9 Contract Months 13 77 20 124 171 405 12 Contract Months 11 9 1 1 8 30 Other Contract Months 16 72 10 127 99 324 Male 28 97 20 146 142 433 Female 12 61 11 106 136 326 Black, Non-Hispanic 5 2 13 15 36 American Indian 2 2 Asian, Pac If le ls lander 8 34 10 34 39 125 Hispanic 1 5 1 16 15 38 Whl te, Non -Hispanic 30 114 18 187 209 558 Mean Age 31 29 34 32 30 30 Mean Experience USF 2 3 Bachelors 39 157 28 246 276 746 Masters 1 1 3 6 2 13 Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Appl !cable 40 158 31 252 278 759 173

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The Unlveratty of South Florida 174 GRADUATE ASSISTANTS Total Unlveralt,, continued Fel 1 19 9 Research Reaearch Teaching Teaching. Graduate Associate Asatatant Aaaoclate Asslatant Asalatant Total Ht1ac.Jcount FTE Headcount FTE Headcount FTE Ht1adcount FTE Headcount FTE Ht1adcount fTE TOTAL UNIVERSITY 40 20.00 158 75.72 31 15.68 262 121. 96 278 136.87 769 369. 13 Architecture 4 2 .00 4 2.00 Arts & Letters 4 I .63 0.50 90 43.40 5 2 .50 100 48.03 Business 10 5 .00 16 7 .75 3 1.50 2 1.00 37 18.50 68 33.75 Education 0 .50 4 2.00 7 3.75 21 10.75 34 16.83 67 33.83 Engineering 11 5.60 46 22.63 6 2.70 33 18.45 31 14.25 126 61 63 Fine Arts 0 .26 13 4 26 8 2. 75 22 7 .27 Natural Science 13 6.50 24 11 .95 15 7 13 54 27.50 73 36.21 179 89.29 New Co 11 ege Social Science 22 9.00 32 16.00 43 21. 38 97 46.38 Other 7 3.50 3 0.60 14 6 .70 24 10.80 fMHI 2 1 .00 13 6.50 2 1 .00 17 8 .50 Medicine 14 7 .00 0 .50 21 10.50 36 18 .00 Nursing 0 .50 3 1 .50 4 2 .00 Pub I le Hea It II 3 I .50 6 3 .00 6 3 .25 15 7. 75 Ft. Myers Lakeland 0.20 0 .20 Sarasota/New Co 11 ege 2 1 .00 2 1 00 St. Petersburg 2 I 20 3 1.50 6 3 .00 11 5 70 Tampa 40 20.00 156 74.52 31 15.58 247 119. 46 271 132.67 745 362.23

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Exec/Admln Managerial HEADCOUNT Mala Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Jslanaer Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF President' s Area Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs Development/Alumni Affairs Research Student Affairs University Relation s Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa 228 124 104 16 I 9 202 42 8 8 87 48 12 4 64 5 3 2 5 5 213 Faculty includes all Coll~ges, R~!,llunal Campuses, and FMHi includes lntercol leglate Athletics The University of Soutn Florida FULL-TIME A & P EMPLOYEES Total University Profeaalonal Non-Faculty 31 20 11 2 1 27 39 5 2 3 14 12 2 29 Fal I 1989 Secretarial/ Clerical Technical/ Paraprof Sk 11 I ad Crafts Service M11lntenance Total 259 144 115 17 3 10 229 41 7 10 90 62 12 4 76 5 3 2 7 5 242 175

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Archttactura Arts & Letters Bustnaas Education Engtnaerlng Fina Arta Niitural Science New College Social Science Other FMHI Medicine Nursing Publ le Heal th ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa Exec/Admln Managerial I 2 71 9 1 2 3 2 5 5 72 Faculty The Unlvaralty of South Florida FULL-TIME A & P EMPLOYEES Academic Affatra Area Profeaalonal Non-Fac',Jlty 3 2 Fall 1989 Sacratarlal/ Clerical Technical/ Paraprof Skilled Crafta Sarvtca Maintenance 176 Total I 2 74 9 1 2 3 2 7 5 73

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Exec/Admln Managerial Faculty HEADCOUNT Mala Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic Whl te, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF President' s Area Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs Development/Alumni Affairs Research Student Affairs University Relations Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa lncluues al I Colleges, Rt
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The Unlvarslty of So-.tn Florida 178 FULL-TIME SUPPORT PERSONNEL Academic Affairs Area Fa I I 1989 E>oclal Science 6 31 I 38 Other 94 263 148 37 109 651 FMHI 177 63 14 12 48 314 Medicine 34 84 24 142 Nursing 3 10 13 Publ lc Hea I th 1 16 3 20 ft. Myers 3 11 14 Lakeland 1 I 2 Sarasota 9 30 9 12 35 95 St. Petersburg 7 18 7 10 27 69 Tampa 340 570 198 30 95 I, 233 Other Includes Academic Affairs, Support Units, and Institutes

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HEADCOUNT Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hlsctnlc Mean Age Mean Experience USF P residen t s Area Exec/Admln Managerial Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs Oevelopmynt/Alumnl Affairs Research Student Affairs University Relations Ft.'Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa Faculty Incluues al I Colleges, Reg tonal Campuses, and FMHI Includes Intercollegiate Athletics T h e University of Soutn Florido. PART-TIME SUPPORT PERSONNEL Total University Professional Non -Faculty 10 4 6 I 9 35 2 7 3 10 Fal I 1989 Secretarial/ Clerical 55 3 52 3 6 46 42 4 42 7 6 1 4 49 Technical/ Paraprof 6 I 5 I 5 36 5 4 I 6 Ski 11 ed Crafts 46 19 Service Maintenance 5 2 3 2 3 49 8 3 2 I 1 3 Total 77 11 66 5 8 64 41 4 57 13 7 2 5 69 1 79

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Architecture Arta & Latter Buslna&& Education Engineering Fina Arts Natural Science Nttw College Soc I a I Sc I ence FMHI Medicine Nursing Pub l I c Hea I th Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersbury Tampa Exec/Admln Managerial Faculty The Unlveralty of South Florida PART-TIME SUPPORT PERSONNEL Academic Affairs Area Fal I 1989 Professional Non -Faculty Secretarial/ Clerical Technical/ Paraprof 3 4 7 4 2 4 1 5 16 8 2 1 4 36 3 4 Other Includes Academic Affairs, Support Units, and Institutes Sk 111 ed Crafts Service Maintenance 3 180 Total 4 2 5 1 5 25 5 8 2 2 5 49

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The University or Soutn Florida EMPLOYEE HEADCOUNT Total University Fal I 1989 Part time Exec/ Prof Clerk/ Servi Fu I It lme Part time F .T.E. Male F ema le Adm/Man Faculty Non-Fae Tech Malnt Student Total TOTAL UNIVERSITY 4 ,771 3,910 631 .46 4,398 4,283 523 2 ,670 1,339 2,165 443 l ,541 8,681 Admln & Prof 259 13 6.59 160 122 238 34 272 Univ Support Pers 2 ,417 77 40.96 833 1,661 603 I, 448 443 2 ,494 Faculty l ,569 236 94.64 I, 296 509 135 I ,440 230 I ,805 Librarians 49 0 .75 14 36 4 45 50 Adjuncts 5 352 98.04 213 144 357 357 Grad Assistants 2 757 367. 13 433 326 759 759 Univ Support/OPS 717 0 .50 260 457 7 17 7 17 Other 470 216 20.60 492 194 146 113 427 686 Subtotal 4,771 2 ,369 629. 21 3,691 3,449 523 2,670 I 339 2,165 443 7 140 Student Assistants I 232 2 .25 606 626 I, 232 I 232 C w s p 309 101 208 309 309 Subtotal I ,541 2 .25 707 834 l, 541 I ,541 OTHER Grad Fellows, Non-Salaried Adjuncts, Participants and Housestaff 1 81

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Budget Entity Salary Education & General* 123,853,143 Auxiliary Enterprises 14,256,643 Contracts & Grants 22,525,860 Health Sciences Center 34,429,092 Student Activities Intercollegiate Athletics 1,005,300 Concessions Student Financial Aid University Total $196,070,038 *FHHI included SOURCE: 1989-90 Operating Budget, Exhibit B The University of South Florida OPERATING BUDGET 1989-90 OPS Expense ()(X) 7,880,175 20,165,323 3,509,480 2,583,972 26,104,338 5,709,521 19,065,200 23,035,400 6,044,200 2,047,310 6,563,995 936,934 1,423,604 1,792,852 63,015 236,519 1,529,057 3,403 299,022 480 14,009,857 $33,240,183 $93,499,844 $16,263,630 Spec. Cat. & % of Debt Svcs. Total Total 13,692,748 169,100,869 45.9 592,189 49,246,663 13.4 4,122,000 74,792,660 20.3 9,934,232 53,911,563 14.7 3,279,471 0.9 2,770,876 0.8 302,905 0.1 147,838 14,157,695 3.9 $ 28,489,007 $ 367,562,702 100.0 185

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Educ & Gen .--S169,100,B69 rne lkliversity or soutn Florida OPERATlt-G Bt,UiET BY B~T ENTITY 19B9 -90 Contract & O--ant--$7~,792,660 SOUACE: Operating Budget, Exhibit B 186 concessions--S302,905 Financial Aid--S1~,157,695 Actlvltles--S3,279.~71 lnterco11. Atn1 .--s2. 770,876

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Budget Entity Education & General* Health Sciences Center Auxiliary Enterprises Contracts & Grants Intercollegiate Athletics Total *FHIII included The University of South Florida SlJt,l,tARY OF AUTHORIZED HANYEAR POSITIONS By Budget Entity 1989-90 Faculty 1,202.79 157.24 317.73 20.38 22.38 89.23 299.65 24.14 0.08 25.74 1,842.63 316. 73 SOURCE: 1989-90 Operating Budget, Schedule III Support Personnel Total 1,692.20 3,052.23 389.50 727.61 498.95 610.56 289.81 6i3.60 13.00 38.82 2,883.46 5,042.82 187

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REVENUES BY SOURCE Student Tultjon and Fees State Appropriations State and Local Grants and Contracts Grants, Contracts and Gifts-Govt. Grants, Contracts and Gifts-Private Sales and Services of Edu. Act. Other Auxiliary Total SOURCE: USF Finan cial R eports 1988-89 $ 33,324,758 174,206,955 15,101,197 30,741,185 19,373,885 4,041,201 5,296,276 21,933,709 $304,019,166 The University of South Florida SOURCES AND USES OF CURRENT FUNDS 1988-89 EXPENDilURES BY FUNCTION 10.96% 57.30 4.97 10.11 6.37 1.33 l._74 7.22 100.00% Instruction Research Public Service Academic Support Libraries Student Services Institutional Support Operation & Maintenance Scholarships & Fellowships Mandatory Transfers Auxiliary $108,586,242 35,413,952 13,556,871 39,146,490 5,746,865 7,318,575 35,019,000 19,596,294 9,806,887 410,758 21,s11,e35 $296,113,769 188 36.67% 11.96 4.58 13.22 1.94 2.47 11.83 6.62 3.31 0.14 7.27 100.00%

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ALLOCATIONS Total Effective Appropriations Education (DOE) Higher Education SUS (Division of Universities) General Revenue Trust Lottery USF *General Revenue (Expressed in millions) The University of South Florida STATE APPROPRIATIONS FOR EDUCATION 1989-90 AMOUNT* 1988 1989 $ 9,508.7 $ 10,217.7 5,568.0 5,862.1 1,422.0 1,506.5 1,185.2 1,373.7 959.1 1,009.3 203.9 260.2 22.2 104.2 201.3 223.0 SOURCE: Florida's Fiscal Analysis in Brief: 1988, 1989 USF Operating Budget % of STATE APPROPRIATIONS 1988 1989 58.6 % 57.4 % 15.0 14. 7 12.5 13.4 2.1 2.2 189

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The University of South Florida STUDENT FEE RATES* Ft. Hyers and Lakeland Campuses 1989-90 FORT HYERS -SEMESTER -CREDIT HOUR FEE BREAKDOWN Undergraduate Matriculation Fee $ 25.42 Building Fee 2.32 Capital Improvement Fee 2.44 Activity & Service Fee 6.00 Student Financial Aid Fee 1.27 Athletic Fee .66 Total for Florida Resident $ 38.11 Additional for Non-Florida Resident $ 91.97 Total for Non-Florida Resident $130.08 LAKELAND -SEMESTER -CREDIT HOUR FEE BREAKDOWN Undergraduate Matriculation Fee Building Fee Capital Improvement Fee Activity & Service Fee Student Financial Aid Fee Athletic Fee T9tal for Florida Resident Additional for Non-Florida Resident Total for Non-Florida Resident Other Required Fees: Application Fee (one-time only) -$15.00 *Fees are established by the Board of Regents ss approved by the State Legislature NOTE: A fulltime load per term is 15 credit hours for undergraduates and 12 credit hours for graduates SOURCE: Finance and Accounting $ 25.42 2.32 2.44 5.00 1.27 .66 37.11 $ 91.97 $129.08 Graduate/Thesis $ 53.74 2.32 2.44 6.00 2.69 .66 $ 67.85 $134.95 $202.80 Graduate/Thesis $ 53. 74 2.32 2.44 5.00 2.69 .66 66.85 $134.95 $201.80 191

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The University of South Florida STUDENT FEE RATES* Sarasota and St. Petersburg Campuses 1989-90 SARASOTA -SEMESTER -CREDIT ll>UR FEE BREAKDOWN Matriculation Fee Building Fee Capital Improvement Fee Activity & Service Fee Health Fee -Included in Fall/Spring only Student Financial Aid Fee Athletic Fee Total for Florida Resident Additional for Non-Florida Resident Total for Non-Florida Resident Undergraduate $ 25.42 2.32 2.44 6.30 1.00 1.27 .66 $ 39.41 $ 91.97 $131.38 ST. PETERSBURG -SE1STER -CREDIT HOUR FEE BREAICDOWN Undergraduate Matriculation Fee Building Fee Capital Improveaent Fee Activity & Service Fee Student Financial Aid Fee Athletic Fee Total for Florida Resident $ $ $ 25.42 2.32 2.44 6.50 1.27 .66 38.61 91.97 Additional for Non-Florida Resident Total for Non-Florida Resident $130.58 Other Required Fees: Application Fee (one-tlae only) $15.00 *Fees are established by the Board of Regents as approved by the State Legislature NOTE: A fulltline load per term ls 15 credit hours for undergraduates and 12 credit hours for graduates SOURCE: Finance and Accounting 192 Graduate/Thesis $ 53.74 2.32 2.44 6.30 1.00 2.69 .66 69.15 $134.95 $204.10 Graduate/Thesis $ 53.74 2.32 2.44 6.50 2.69 .66 $ 68.35 $134.95 $203.30

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Matriculation Fee Building Fee Capital Improvement Fee Activity & Service Fee Student Financial Aid Fee Athletic Fee Health Fee Total for Florida Resident Additional for Non-Florida Resident Total for Non-Florida Resident The University of South Florida snJDENT FEE RATES* Tampa Campus 1989-90 SEMESTER -CREDIT HOUR FEE BREAKDOWN Undergraduate $ 25.42 2.32 2.44 5.40 1.27 3.51 3.66 $ 44.02 $ 91.97 135,99 Other Required Fees: Application Fee (one-tiae only) -$15.00 *Fees are established by the Board of Regents as approved by the State Legislature NOTE: A fulltime load per term is 15 credit hours for undergraduates and 12 credit hours for graduates SOURCE: Finance and Accounting Graduate/Thesis $ 53.74 2.32 2.44 5.40 2.69 3.51 3.66 $ 73. 76 $134.95 208,71 193

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Matriculation Fee Building Fee Capital Improvement Fee Activity & Service Fee Student Financial Aid Fee Athletic Fee Health Fee The University of South Florida STIJDENT FEE RATES* College of Medicine 1989-90 SEMESTER FEE BREAICOOWN Total Semester Fee for Florida Resident: Additional for Non-Florida Resident: Out-of-State Tuition Fee Student Financial Aid Fee Total Semester Fee for Non-Florida Resident: Other Required Fee: Application Fee (One-Tiae only) $15,00 *Fees are established by the Board of Regents as approved by the State Legislature SOURCE: Finance and Accounting 194 $ 2,160.00 46.40 48.80 86.84 108.00 56.40 58.71 $ 2,565.15 $ 3,445.00 172.25 $ 6,182.40

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Sources of Revenue Cash Forward Fees Sales and Services Other Interest Overhead Aasessments Transfers In Total Activities Working Capital The University of South Florida AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES BUDGET Activity and Source of Funds 1989-90 Auxiliaries (Incl. Extension) Dormitory Revenue Cert Transfers Out Year End Cash Total SOURCE: 1989-90 Operating Budget, Schedule I-B Amount $14,305,932 4,705,632 34,081,518 6,842,616 699,802 8,809,391 1,946.831 $71,391,722 $ 2,372,508 45,969,155 905,000 10,630,048 n,s1s,on $71,391,722 195

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The University of South Florida CONTRACTS and GRAH'l'S Sources of Funding 1988-89 Amount Federal Government Department of Defense $25,630,309 9,704,702 Engineering & Industrial Experiment Station Environmental Protection Agency Federal Trade C0111Disaion Institute of Huseua Services NASA National Institute of Health National Science Foundation Solar Energy Research Insitute U.S. Department of Agriculture U.S. Department of Coaaerce U.S. Department of Education U.S. Department of Energy U.S. Department of Health, Education & Human Services U.S. Department of Justice U.S. Department of Transportation U.S. Peace Corps U.S. Public Health Services U.S. Small Business Administration U.S. Veteran's Administration Other. State/Local Government Florida Counties, Cities, etc. Private Foundations Private Sources Other Total SOURCE: Dlvtslon of Sponsored Research 1988-89 Annual Report 590,675 5,313,718 2,138,686 200,000 110,000 752,371 2,305,265 260,000 631,933 107,780 162,400 1,785,391 7,200 39,492 1,520,696 19,903,751 19,903,751 10,356,350 978,275 8,632,214 745,861 $55,890,410 % of Total 46% 36% 18% 100% 196

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*Includes Marin e Scien c e Tampa Campus Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs Center for Excellence The University of South Florida OONTRACT & GRANT AWARDS Total University 1988-89 Extended Studies/Learning Technologies Florida Center for Urban Design/Research Florida Institute of Oceanography Office of Research Student Affairs Undergraduate Studies Arts & Letters Business Administration Education Engineering Fine Arts Natural Sciences New College Social Sciences FHHI Medicine Nursing Public Health Regional Campuses F ort Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Total University SOURCE: Division of Spo ns o r e d Resear c h 1 988-89 Annual Report Amount $ 217,228 81,410 140,570 2,608,606 122,980 285,401 100,000 173,202 259,996 60,086 897,531 5,955,768 14,397,622 84,707 8,364,218* 242,500 863,907 4,264,031 14,219,436 223,890 2,277,127 45,480 4,714 $55,890,410 197

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Sport Baseball Basketball Cross Country Golf Riflery Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball The University of South Florida INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHIE.tICS GRANTS-IN-AID 1989-90 Hen $ 54,000 115,000 18,000 18,000 4,100 40,500 22,500 Total Intercollegiate Athletics Grants-in-Aid $272,100 SOURCE: 1989-90 USF Intercollegiate Athletic Budget 198 Women $ 58,500 18,000 27,000 40,500 31,500 45,000 $220,500

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SOURCES of REVENUE Cash Carried Forward $ Estimated Fees Estimated Operating Revenue Total Sources USES Student Activities Transfers to other Budgets Agency Budget Subtotal Student Activities Student Affairs Transfers to other Budgets Agency Budget Subtotal Student Affairs Total Uses SOURCE: 1989-90 A & S Operating Budget The University of South Florida ACTIVITY & SERVICE FEE BUDGET 1989-90 Tampa Ft. Hx:ets Sarasota 145,355 $152,829 $ 24,151 2,762,451 87,432 220,103 351000 121000 21000 2,942,806 252,261 246,254 338 55,468 7741892 861206 169.148 774,892 86,544 224,616 1,619,565 2511393 1,870,958 2,645,850 86,544 224,616 St. $ Petersburg Lakeland Total 4,378 $ 3,364 $ 330,077 254,384 18,935 3,343,305 201000 300 691300 278,762 22,599 3,742,682 38,994 165 94,965 2301424 22.406 1 1 283 1 076 269,418 22,571 1,378,041 1,619,565 251.393 1,870,958 269,418 22,571 3,248,999 1 99

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Assets Liabilities Fund Balance Unrestricted Contributions Trust Funds Endowed Scholarships Endowed Chairs Total Revenue SOURCE: USF Foundation (figures from audit) The University of South Florida FOUNDATION Financial Report June 30, 1989 1987 1988 $28,722,624 $32,970,965 761,298 1,136,553 $27,961,326 $31,834,412 557,596 603,278 3,909 (135,279) 5,488,647 5,283,609 6,481,325 3,908,591 $12,531,477 $ 9,660,199 1989 $51,462,204 4,784,023 $46,678,181 826,081 57,287 11,572,375 9,799,547 $22,255,290 201

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Hunter's Green Endowed Chair in Urban Design and Development College of Architecture ( to be filled) S11111 H. Gibbons Chair in Architecture and Urban Design College of Architecture (search in progress) Barnett Bank Endowed Chair in Banking and Finance College of Business Administration (to be filled) First Florida Banks Endowed Chair in Business Administration College of Business Administration ( to be filled) Hidden River Corporate Park Chair in Business Administration College of Business (to be filled) Jim & Leacy Quinn Chair in Accounting and Taxation College of Business (search in progress) The University of South Florida ENDOWED CHAIRS 1989-90 Lykes Chair in Banking and Finance College of Business Adainiatration Dr. James Pappas Culverhouse Chair in Education USF Sarasota College of Education (to be filled) Endowed Chair in Computer Science and Engineering College of Engineering (search in progress) Samuel L. & Julia H. Fl011 Endowed Chair in Civil Engineering College of Ensineering (to be filled) Debartolo Endowed Chair in Liberal Arts College of Natural Sciences, Fine Arts Social & Behavioral Sciences and Arts & Letters Dr. John Patrick Rogers Richard and Patricia Wood Endowed Chair in Natural Sciences College of Natural Sciences (to be filled) St. Petersburg Progress Chair Marine Science College of Natural Sciences (search in progress) Evelyn Hillis Duvall Endowed Chair in Family Development College of Social & Behavioral Sciences -Sarasota (to be filled) Southwest Florida Endowed Chair in Nursing College of Nursing -Ft. Hyers (search in progress) 202 Leonard S. Florsheim, Jr. Endowed Chair at New College New College -Sarasota (search in progress) William & Marie Selby Chair in Economics New College -Sarasota (to be filled)

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American Heart Association -Suncoast Chapter Endowed Chair in Cardiovascular Surgery Research College of Medicine (search in progress) Andrew & Ann Hines Endowed Chair in Pediatrics -St. Petersburg All Children's Hospital College of Medicine Dr. Gary Litman Anonymous Chair in Ophthalmology College of Medicine (to be filled) Berry -Shrlners Endowed Chair in Pediatrics-Orthopedic Research College of Medicine (search in progress) Cortner/Couch Chair in Cancer Research College of Medicine (search in progress) Ed, C. Wright Chair in Cardiovascular Research (AHA) College of Medicine Dr. Ray A. Olsson The University of South Florida ENinlED CHAIRS 1989-90 Erle Pfeiffer Endowed Chair in Alzheimer's Disease & Other Memory Disorders College of Medicine (search in progress) Harold H. Davis Chair in Cancer Research College of Medicine (to be filled) Helen Ellis Endowed Chair in Parkinson's Disease Research College of Medicine (to be filled) Hugh F. Culverhouse Endowed Chair for Esophageal Disorders College of Medicine (search in progress) Jim and Heather Gills Eainent Scholar for Molecular Biology of Tissue Regeneration College of Medicine (search in progress) Jim and Heather Gills Eminent Scholar for Molecular Biology of Tissue Repair College of Medicine (to be filled) John E. and Allese Price Chair in Pediatric/Adolescent Medicine College of Medicine (search in progress) Joy Culverhouse Endowed Chair in Ophthalmology College of Medicine (to be filled) Juan Bolivar Endowed Chair for Research in Surgical Oncology College of Medicine (search in progress) Robert & Lee Roskamp Chair in Biological Psychiatry College of Medicine (search in progress) Williu N. Saunders Endowed Chair in Geriatrics College of Medicine (search in progress) 203

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Slte Nu11ber Site Name TOTAL UNIVERSITY 0001 Tampa Campus (excluding Hedical) 0038 Hedlcal Center 0039 Florida Hental Health Inatltute 0048 Cancer Care Center 0049 Psychiatric Hospital 0004 St. Petersburg Campus 0003 Sarasota Campus 0043 Polk Joint Use Facility 0002 Ft. Hyers Campus 0046 Ft. Hyers WSFP FH/TV 0044 Riverview (TV TranS11itter) 0045 Chlnaegut Street Addreu 4202 East Fowler Ave. 12901 N. 30th Street 13301 N. 30th Street 12902 Magnolia Drive 13305 Magnolia Drive 830 First Street, S. 5700 N. Taillllli Trail TI1e Unlverslty of S outh Florida PIIYSTCAL FACILITIES Total Unlverslty by Site Fall 1989 Acqulsltion Clty Year Tupa 1958 Tampa 1975 Tan,pa 1981 Tupa 1985 Tampa 1987 St. Petersburg 1967 Sarasota 1975 3433 Winter Lake Road Lakeland 1986 Cypress Lake Drive Ft. Hyers 1978 Rt. A, Box 73 Punta Gorda 1983 908 s. 20th Street Riverview 1965 Rt. 2, Box 216 Brookavll le 1963 *Gross square footage figures are not available for the Psychlatrlc Hospital Site No. of Bldg. Gross Parkfng Acreage Buildings Sq. Ft. Spaces 1,891.2 274 5,499,373 15,744 1,443.3 167 3,385,601 10,945 37.0 10 476,191 1,040 39.l JO 361,334 855 20.0 2 366,794 432 10.5 1 -* 22.2 10 305,315 626 108.9 51 410,609 973 0.1 1 22,044 575 55.1 9 143,801 298 0.1 1 1,651 ltO.O 1 2,720 114. 7 11 23,313 207

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CLASSROOA TEACHlti LAB RESEARCH LAB LIBRARY OFFICE INSTR MEDIA ALOITORILM STUOENT SVC SUPPORT SVC GYM t-0#-ASSIGN OTHER 0 50.JRCE: RAP RSU 017 The University of South Florida NET SOUARE FOOTAGES BY SPACE TYPE Total University -Fal I 1989 206.,064 219.,209 296.,55-t 109,64'5 216.,931 152,698 157,511 4'12.,459 842.,084 1.,281,829 0 00 4'00, noO,ooO O 000 0 000 0 ooO O ooO V '\ I QO I '\ I '20 1 '\ 1 4'0 I '\ 1 f,0 1 208

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BUILDING NAME John & Grace Allen Administration Andros Pool Chemical Treatment House Andros Office/Classroom Argos Pool Chemical Treatment House Baseball Storage and Dugout Behavioral Sciences Building Bookstore Receiving Office (Whse #5) Temporary Bookstore A (North) Temporary Bookstore B (South) Chester Howell Ferguson Hall(Business) Child Care Center Chemistry Chinsegut Unit A Chinsegut Unit B Chinsegut Unit C Chinsegut Unit D Chinsegut Unit E Chinsegut Unit F Chinsegut Unit G-Caretaker Chinsegut 11111 Dining Hall Chinsegut Mansion Chinsegut Conference Facility Chinsegut Maintenance Shed Central Plant Electrical Shop Russell M. Cooper Hall(Arts & Letters) Central Plant Campus Recreation Office (Module) Central Receiving & Storage University Center Ctr Urban Transportation Rsch Central Duplicating (Whse #1) Education Electrical Equipment Storage Electrical Metering Substation Engineering Module A Classroom Engineering Module B CJassroom Engineering Module C Classroom Engineering Module D Offices Engr Module E Electrical Engr BLDG# 1 96 67 38 78 98 97 200 201 119 121 2 eon 8012 8013 8014 8015 8016 8010 8017 8001 8019 8018 191 88 6 210 41 4 219 65 66 198 126 214 215 216 217 218 The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING Taapa Caapus PFX ADM ANP AOC ARP BAS BEH BRO BSA BSB BSN CCC CHE CNA CNB CNC CND CNE CNF CNG CNH CNH CNN CNO CPE CPR CPT CRO CRS CTR Ctrr DUP EDU EES ELS EMA EHB EMC EMD EHE Fall 1989 ASSIGNABLE SQ FT 44,210 7,804 1,050 19,386 5,474 1,259 1,259 59,383 519 40,661 1,156 1,156 1,156 1,156 1,156 1,156 1,156 1,436 9,561 1,285 514 1,157 77,733 261 1,075 8,429 104,598 1,635 4,387 37,061 1,152 1,152 1,152 1,152 1,152 NON-ASSIGNABLE SQUARE FEET 22,501 346 4,627 279 10,292 541 38,996 27,651 39,379 18,235 523 24,599 74 15,000 197 77 TOTAL GSF 74,768 400 14,094 332 1,476 33,685 6,161 1,338 1,338 118,905 576 78,027 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,500 ll,157 1,344 576 1,280 129,204 20,225 1,440 10,452 160,614 3,600 8,855 59,507 197 100 1,633 1,633 1,633 1,633 1,633 BUILDING SUPERVISOR Lydic, L. Honker, A. King, R.C. Honker, A. Cardieri, E. Silliman, E. King, R. King, R. King, R. Ness, T. Collier, T. Schneller, S.W. King, R. King, R. King, R. King, R. King, R. King, R. King, R. King, R. King, R. King, R. King, R. Cuarta, A. Heim, W. Cuarta, A. Honker, A. Weber, E. Marshall, P. Scott, L.A. Sinnons, K. Hardy, H. Cuarta, A. Cuarta, A. Scott, L.A. Scott, L.A. Scott, L.A. Scott, L.A. Scott, L.A. 209

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The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING 210 Tampa Campus, continued Fall 1989 ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABI.E TOTAL BUILDING BUILDING NAME BLDG# PFX SQ FT SQUARE FEET GSF SUPERVISOR Engineering Teaching Auditorium 45 ENA 3,437 1,188 5,290 Scott, L.A. Engineering Building II 142 ENB 69,335 33,650 121,773 Scott, L.A. Edgar G. Kopp (Engineering) 44 ENG 42,446 29,514 91,251 Scott, L.A. Engineering Laboratory Building 186 ENL 2,792 321 3,340 Scott, L.A. Engineering Research 46 ENR 4,590 901 6,043 Scott, L.A. Educational Research Ctr. Child Development 202 ERC 4,800 6,760 AHyn, J. Engineering Trailer #1 180 ETA 1,226 1,307 Scott, L.A. Engineering Trailer #2 181 ETB 959 212 1,307 Scott, L.A. Engineering Trailer #3 182 ETC 959 212 1,307 Scott, L.A. T.V. Transmission -Riverview 8455 ETV 2,285 163 2,720 Ralle, J. Extended Studies 146 EXS 3,345 152 4,080 Romig, L. Fine Arts Dance 144 FAD 9,881 5,581 16,988 Williams, D. Fine Arts 10 FAH 61,221 42,319 130,058 Coker, J. USF Fine Art Museum 192 FAM 15,010 1,647 19,209 Wolfe, R. Faculty Office Building 86 FAO 25,136 11,881 42,129 Blank, W. Fine Arts Studio 193 FAS 5,993 571 8,084 Eaker, A. Botanical Gardens Storage 85 GAR 236 236 Alvarez, H. Golf Cart Garage 92 GCG 3,174 3,296 Shiver, R.H. Golf Clubhouse and Operations 87 GCH 2,883 295 3,228 Shiver, R.H. Golf Course Maintenance Office 83 GCH 602 667 Shiver, R.H. Golf Course Service Building 79 GCS 2,719 1,033 3,840 Shiver, R.H. Golf Course Storage/Warehouse 76 GCW 344 384 Shiver, R.H. Grounds Dept. Equipment Shed 185 GES 2,083 2,106 Cuarta, A. Greenhouse #1 Shadehouse 21 GHA 1,460 1,460 Alvarez, H. Greenhouse #2 95 GHB 2,295 2,433 Alvarez, H. Greenhouse #3 196 GHC 142 142 Alvarez, H. Botanical Gardens llothouse 197 Glffl 144 144 Alvarez, H. Grounds Dept. Maintenance Shed 93 GHS 673 710 Cuarta, A. Golf Course Shelter A (4th Tee) 103 GSA 100 115 Shiver, R.H. Golf Course Shelter B (8th Tee) 104 GSB 100 115 Shiver, R.H. Golf Course Shelter (12th Tee) 105 GSC 100 115 Shiver, R.H. Gymnasium 36 GYM 54,885 14,328 89,015 Hoffaan, H. Human Services Building 39 HHS 33,941 27,993 69,759 Silbert, E. Hazardous Waste Storage Trailer #1 189 HZA 271 284 Carsey, S. Hazardous Waste Storage Trailer #2 190 HZB 271 284 Carsey, S. Hazardous Waste Facility 212 HZF 1,715 2,295 Carsey, s. Hazardous Waste Storage -Tampa 118 HZT 494 561 Carsey, S. Campus Information C enter 89 INF 125 20 261 Horan, J.

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The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING Tampa Campus, continued Fall 1989 ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING BUILDING NAME BLDG# PFX SQ FT SQUARE FEET GSF SUPERVISOR Library 100 LIB 237,215 46,144 304,141 Ketchersid, A. Life Science 7 LIF 26,382 20,546 53,054 Alvarez, H. Lifelong Learning 147 LLL 1,765 94 2,328 Leavengood, L. P.E. Lockers 11 LOK 3,581 904 5,280 King, R.C. Life Science Annex 91 LSA 7,087 1,609 9,963 Alvarez, H. Observatory 28 OBS 1,642 59 2,022 Saff, D. Physical Plant Operations Administration 42 OPH 8,343 1,577 10,915 Cuarta, A. P.E. Classrooms 37 PED 11,493 6,027 20,329 Hoffman, H. P.E. Grounds Building 125 PEG 1,130 1,200 Campbell, J. P.E. Restroom 99 PER 93 250 480 Honker, A. P.E. Storage (Softball) 77 PES 846 920 Honker, A. P.E. Tennis Storage 127 PET 85 120 Perrin, B. Hath/Physics 25 PHY 48,777 21,565 80,285 Sundaram, S. Maintenance and Service Shops 9 PPA 11,715 433 13,261 Cuarta, A. Grounds and Transportation 43 PPB 6,099 39 6,430 Cuarta, A. Maintenance and Service Shops Addition 84 PPC 15,801 570 17,362 Cuarta, A. Transportation Inspection and Storage 26 PPD 3,090 3,200 Cuarta, A. Physical Plant -Utilities 112 PPE 824 864 Cuarta, A. Parking Services Building 188 PSB 3,765 486 4,381 Horan, J. Parking Svcs Maintenance Shed 206 PSH 140 156 Horan, J. Parking Svcs Storage Shed 205 PSS 140 156 Horap, J. Post Office Trailer 128 PTR 683 700 Cuarta, A. Argos D 23 RAD 3,393 5,600 King, R.C. Alpha Hall 8 RAL 47,590 15,363 79,390 King, R.C. Andros Core 64 RAN 28,443 4,406 46,461 King, R.C. Argos Center 22 RAR 26,657 3,475 51,866 King, R.C. Andros Shed -Food Svcs Storage 207 RAS 325 352 King, R.C. Beta Hall 19 RBE 43,621 14,155 72,265 King, R.C. Delta Hall 29 ROE 31,656 6,126 42,849 King, R.C. Epsilon Hall 30 REP 31,496 6,286 42,849 King, R.C. Eta Hall 33 RET 10,574 1,802 14,118 King, R.C. Ganna Hall 24 RGA 51,089 15,481 78,350 King, R.C. Iota Hall 57 RIO 14,931 3,993 21,868 King, R.C. Riverfront Restroom Facilities 90 RIV 93 250 480 Honker, A. Kappa Hall 58 RKA 30,542 8,002 44,535 King, R.C. Lambda Hall 59 RLA 9,918 2,698 14,578 King, R.C. Hu Hall 60 RHU 30,542 8,002 44,535 King, R.C. R.I. Quarters A 31 RQA 1,090 252 1,587 King, R.C. R.I. Quarters B 34 RQB 1,090 252 1,587 King, R.C. 211

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The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING 212 Tampa Campus, continued Fall 1989 ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING BUILDING NAME BLDG# PFX SQ FT SQUARE FEET GSF SUPERVISOR R.I. Quarters C 35 RQC 1,676 346 2,384 King, R.C. R.I. Quarters D 61 RQD 1,054 252 1,586 King, R.C. R.I. Quarters E 62 RQE 1,054 252 1,586 King, R.C. R.I. Quarters F 63 RQF 1,054 252 1,586 King, R,C, Theta Hall 56 Rnl 9,454 2,804 14,578 King, R,C. Zeta Hall 32 RZE 11,564 1,870 14,118 King, R.C. s~all Business Dev. Trailer 187 SBD 1,133 189 1,440 Ness, T. Science Center 75 SCA 62,539 22,262 91,821 Mandell, L. Student Health Center 213 SHC 7,830 12,800 Mockler, B. Social Science Building 81 soc 69,428 32,992 111,613 Davia, J .H. StadiWI 143 STA 13,890 8,973 24,983 Ca11pbe 11 J. Sundoiae 120 SUN 134,682 50,141 193,843 LaPan, H. Student Services 3 SVC 123,765 36,596 203,445 Fish~r, C.E. Sewage Pumping Station #1 16 SWA 398 458 Cuarta, A. Sewage Pumping Station #2 14 SWB 160 206 Cuarta, A. Theatre Center 82 TAR 21,429 7,713 33,998 Hancock, J. Theatre I 5 TAT 17,890 3,208 23,883 Hancock, J. Textbook Center (Warehouse #4) 94 TBC 4,850 5,000 King, R.C. Theatre II 145 THR 6,363 8,892 17,348 Hancock, J. Chemical Treatment Station 17 l'RX 562 662 Cuarta, A. University Lecture Hall 40 ULH 4,124 350 5,237 Grover, R.J. University Police Building 12 UPB 4,150 1,305 6,210 Staehle, R. University Police-Storage Trailer 183 UPS 629 706 Staehle, R. Village -Building 27 176 VAA 2,418 2,880 King, R.C. Village -Building 28 177 VAB 2,418 2,880 King, R.C. Village -Building 29 178 VAC 2,418 2,880 King, R.C. Village -Building 30 179 VAD 2,418 2,880 King, R.C. Student Housing Administration Bldg. 148 VIA 3,026 3,496 .King, R.C. Student Housing Bath House 149 VIB 357 386 King, R.C. Village -Building 1 150 VLA 2,418 2,880 King, R.C. Village -Building 2 151 VLB 2,418 2,880 King, R.C. Village -Building 3 152 VLC 2,418 2,880 King, R.C. Village -Building 4 153 VLD 2,418 2,880 King, R.C. Village -Building 5 154 VLE 2,418 2,880 King, R.C. Village -Building 6 155 VLF 2,418 2,880 King, R.C. Village -Building 7 156 VLG 2,418 2,880 King, R.C. Village -Building 8 157 VLH 2,418 2,B80 King, R.C. Village -Building 9 158 VLI 2,418 2,880 King, R.C. Village -Building 10 159 VLJ 2,418 2,880 King, R.C.

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BUIIDING NAME BLDG# Village -Building 11 160 Village -Building 12 161 Village -Building 13 162 Village -Building 14 163 Village -Building 15 164 Village -Buildinq 16 165 Village -Building 17 166 Village -Building 18 167 Village -Building 19 168 Village -Building 20 169 Village -Building 21 170 Village -Building 22 171 Village -Building 23 172 Village -'Building 24 173 Village -Building 25 174 Village -Building 26 175 Village Multipurpose Building 199 Village Maintenance Storage Shed 184 Warehouse #2 74 Warehouse #3 80 Warehouse #6 137 Well House Well #2 15 WUSF Radio Building 194 H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Ctr/Rsch. Institute 138 Cancer Care Mechanical Building 139 Medical Center -Clinic 116 30th St. Pedestrian overpass 195 Medical Center -Main Building 113 Medical Center Grounds Shed 203 Medical Center -Laboratory 114 Medical Center Mechanical 102 Medical Center -Nursing 115 Medical Center -Storage 117 Medical Center -Vehicle Storage Shed 204 Medical Center Warehouse 124 The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES B Y BUILDING Tampa Campus, continued Fall 1989 ASSIGNABLE PFX SQ Fr VLK 2 418 VLL 2,418 VLH 2,418 VLN 2,418 VLO 2,418 VLP 2,418 VLQ 2,418 VLR 2,418 VLS 2,418 VLT 2,4 18 VLU 2,418 VLV 2,418 VLW 2,418 VLX 2,418 VLY 2,418 VLZ 2,418 VHP 1,331 VHS 543 WHB 3,904 WHC 13,653 WHD 10,195 WLH WRB 11,659 Health Sciences* CCD 199,033 CCH MDA 53,218 MDB 688 MDC 154,835 HDG 799 MDL 37,748 MDM 1,980 MDN 15,119 MDS 2,300 MDV 720 HDW 981 NON-ASSIGNABLE SQUARE FEET 495 30 180 5,238 121,363 4,574 25,740 77,372 8,527 2,460 7,432 *Includes: College of Medicine, Florida Mental llealth Institute, 11. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center/Research Institute TOTAL BUILDING GSF SUPERVISOR 2,880 King R.C. 2,880 King, R.C. 2,880 King, R C. 2,880 King, R.C. 2,880 King, R.C. 2,880 King, R C 2,880 King, R.C. 2,880 King, R.C. 2,880 King, R C 2,880 King, R.C. 2,880 King, R.C. 2,880 King, R C. 2,880 King, R.C. 2,880 King, R.C. 2,880 King, R.C. 2,880 King, R.C. 1,946 King, R C. 576 King, R.C. 4,160 Cuarta, A. 14,200 Weber, E. 10,808 Weber, E. 218 Cuarta, A. 19,953 Young, J. 362 ,ooo Slone, E. 4,794 Slone, E, 96,819 Melendi, J.C. 688 Melendi, J.C. 286,518 Melendi, J.C. 878 Melendi, J .C. 52,888 Melendi, J.C. 4,815 Melendi, J C 29,361 ~lelendi, J.C. 2,336 Helendi, J.C. 760 Melendi, J.C. 1,128 Melendi, J.C. 213

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BUILDING NAME Children's Residential Unit Gl Children's Residential Unit G2 Children's Residential Unit G3 Dietary Building Service Building Patient Living and Cen.tral Training School and Administration Activities Complex FHHI-Classroom-North FHHI-Classroom-South Areca Hall Central Utilities WSFP T.V./Radio Transmitter Building Northwest Transition Barbara B. Hann Performing Arts Royal Palm Hall Sabal Hall South Southwest Transition West Southwest Transition W. Thomas Howard Ila 11 Curtis Peterson Academic Center Lakeland/Pee Joint Use Space Hall BLDG# 134 135 136 129 130 131 132 133 140 141 4005 4008 8600 4002 4009 4001 4003 4006 4004 4007 8700 8710 The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING Health Sciences, continued Fall, 1989 ASSIGNABLE PFX SQ FT HGX 5,255 HGY 5,250 HGZ 4,494 HIIA 14,912 HHB 15,215 HHC 123,564 HHF 9,382 HHH 41,258 HHI 1,091 HHJ 1,091 Fort Hyers Campus ARH 7,792 CUB FFP 1,345 NOW 660 PAH 41,318 RPH 13,571 SAU 10,632 sow 00W WTH 10,358 Lakeland Campus LKC LKJ 14,686 2,304 NON-ASSIGNABLE SQUARE FEET 1,601 1,407 1,424 3,399 7,534 60,677 1,071 21,824 30 30 2,122 1,495 99 5,873 6,635 4,365 4,189 4,196 5,284 2,913 321 TOTAL GSF 7,353 7,353 6,491 20,201 25,502 215,082 13,858 63,030 1,232 1,232 10,690 1,626 1,651 7,246 60,698 21,454 16,150 4,612 4,612 16,713 19,419 2,625 214 BUILDING SUPERVISOR Boyd, L.A. Boyd, L.A. Boyd, L.A. Hagdaleny, H. Henry, E. Parfs, F. Boyd, L.A. Henry, E. Boyd, L.A. Boyd, L.A. Nitschke, G. Nitschke, G. Ralle, J. Nitschke, G. Nitschke, G. Nitschke, G. Nitschke, G. Nitschke, G. Nitschke, G. Nitschke, G. Ralston, Y. Ralston, Y.

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The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING Sarasota/New College C8111pus Pall, 1989 ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING BUILDING NAME BLDG# PFX SQ FT SQUARE FEET GSF SUPERVISOR Anthropology 3043 ANL 595 652 Penn, T. Art Studio A (Trailer) 107 ASA 1,286 1,344 Penn, T. Art Studio B (Trailer) 108 ASB 1,010 287 1,344 Penn, T. Art Studio C (Trailer) 109 ASC 1,295 1,344 Penn, T. Art Studio D (Trailer) 110 ASD 1,150 104 1,329 Penn, T. Bookstore 3034 BKS 1,713 1,740 Penn, l'. Hamilton Boller RoOII 3026 BLR 106 2,503 2,964 Penn, T. Barn 3005 BRN 1,240 979 2,636 Penn, l'. Bath House 3037 BTH 362 461 Penn, T. Caples House 3018 CAP 3,385 1,295 5,804 Penn, l'. Caples Garage 3019 CCR 1,570 470 2,350 Penn, T. College Hall -Library 3001 CHL 10,660 5,469 21,441 Penn, l'. Cook Hall (South Hall-Admln.) 3002 COH 5,380 3,986 12,047 Penn, l'. Development (Trailer) 3007 DEV 893 939 Penn, l'. Sarasota Fitness Center 3052 FCS 6,700 8,380 Penn, T. Pine Arts -Barracks 3031 FNA 1,923 2,072 Penn, l'. Greenhouse 3011 GRH 617 685 Penn, l'. Natural Science Hanson 3010 HAN 9,482 4,121 14,429 Penn, l'. Hamilton Classrooms 3022 HCL 8,938 4,329 15,399 Penn, l'. Hamilton Center 3021 HCT 14,437 5,572 24,778 Penn, l'. Hazardous Waste Storage -Sarasota 3040 HZS 494 559 Penn, l'. Jane Bancroft Cook Library 3042 LBR 49,125 19,109 74,731 Penn, l'. Hotel "A" 3036 MIA 2,777 3,215 Penn, l'. Hotel "B" 3035 Hl'B 912 1,155 Penn, l'. Pel Dorm (East) 3025 PDE 16,766 24,482 Penn, l'. Pel Dorm (South) 3024 PDS 16,766 24,213 Penn, l'. Pel Dona (West) 3023 PDW 16,532 24,482 Penn, l'. Barracks -Physical Plant "A" 3029 PHA 1,575 365 2,000 Penn, l'. Barracks -Physical Plant "B" 3028 PHB 1,887 57 2,000 Penn, l'. Barracks -Physical Plant "C" 3032 PHC 1,950 2,000 Penn, l'. Barracks -Physical Plant "D" 3030 PHD 453 514 Penn, l'. Physical Plant -Sarasota 3045 PHS 3,996 5,350 Penn, l'. Palmer "A" 3013 PHA 5,133 3,226 9,411 Penn, l'. Palmer "B" 3014 PHB 5,424 1,212 8,230 Penn, l'. Palmer "C" 3015 PHC 5,760 1,561 8,534 Penn, l'. Palmer "D" 3016 PHI> 5,773 1,446 8,534 Penn, l'. Palmer "E" 3017 PHE 4,707 1,929 8,230 Penn, l'. Pumphouse 3006 PHP 661 755 Penn, l'. Robertson Hall (Carriage House) 3003 ROB 2,489 555 3,681 Penn, l'. Natural Science -Selby 3009 SEL 8,177 1,522 12,916 Penn, l'. Superintendent's House 3012 SPT 1,340 1,860 Penn, l'. Social Science 3004 SSC 1,170 284 1,794 Penn, l'. 215

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1be University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING 216 Sarasota/New College, continued Fall, 1989 ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING BUILDING NAME BLDG# PFX SQ FT SQUARE FEET GSF SUPERVISOR Sudakoff Lecture and Conference Center 3041 SUD 8,595 1,793 12,216 Penn, T. Utility -Pumps 3008 tm. 175 194 Penn, T. Viking Hotel Bldg A 3046 VKA 3,188 5,959 Penn, T. Viking Hotel Bldg B 3047 VKB 1,828 3,507 Penn, T. Viking Hotel Bldg C 3048 VKC 2,260 4,252 Penn, T. Viking Hotel -Office 3049 VKO 553 1,646 Penn, T. Viking Hotel -Restaurant 3050 VKR 2,378 3,184 Penn, T. Viking Hotel Two-Story 3051 VK7 7,822 15,472 Penn, T. Zinn Building 3044 ZIN 12,252 13,395 Penn, T. St. Petersburg Campus Bayboro Hall 2005 BAY 36,529 23,470 69,738 Brames, H. Campus Activity Center -St. Pete 2112 CAC 16,505 22,100 Brames, Coquina Hall 2108 COQ 19,136 16,105 40,397 Br8Jles, H. Central Utility Plant 2006 CUP 3,063 3,322 Brames, H. Marine Science Lab 2047 HSL 51,566 22,564 81,710 Betzer, P. Marine Shop and Warehouse 2107 HSW 8,012 1,119 9,208 Betzer, P. Plant Operations/Receiving 2109 POR 5,920 2,375 8,916 Brames, H. Power House 2069 POW 966 1,100 Bramea, Nelson Poynter Library 2004 POY 23,305 2,844 34,869 Brames, Building B -St. Pete Campus 2048 SPB 22,927 10,342 33,955 Brames,

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The University of South Florida UNIVERSITY COMPUTING RESOURCES Total University University Computing Services Divisions: Academic and User Services Central Florida Regional Data Center Information Systems Group Mainfra11es: IBM 3090 -300E (VH/XA -MVS/XA) Direct Access Storage: Tape Storage: Printers: Over 75 Gb 10 6250/1600 BPI 12,000 Volumes 3 IBM 4245 1 Xerox 3700 Operating Environments: CICS, VH/CHS, PHOENIX, WYLBUR, TSO Networks: IBM SNA IBM DISOSS Fall 1989 X.25 FIRN (Florida Information Resource Network) Access: BITNET (Inter-Institution Acade11ic Network) Suranet and IBM Infonet Approximately 3,000 workstations attached via terminal controllers, protocol converters, distributed processors or Dial-up facilities with speeds ranging from 300 BAUD to 56 kb. Office Automation: 8 IBH 5520 Distributed Processors 275* OA Workstations & PCs 4 Scanmasters Distributed Processors: 1 IBH 8100 4 IBM System 36 *Estimates as of 8/18/89 SOURCE: University Computing Services College of Engineering Minicomputers: 1 Ardent Titan/P2 1 PDP 11/34 Workstations: 1 Perkin-Elmer 7500 1 DEC 8350 3 DEC VAX 11/750 1 DEC VAX 2000 11 AT&T 3B2 1 Graphlcon 290 Terminals 505 PCs 48 Sun 2 Gould College of Natural Sciences Hinic011puters: Workstations: Other Campuses Minicoaputers: llorkstations 2 Hicrovax 65 Tenainals 191 PCs 4 Sun 2 AT&T 6386 95* Terminals 336* PCs Other College Based Resources Minicomputers: Workstations: 1 IBM 9370 5 DEC 11/23+ 1 DEC PDP 11/03 1 DEC crx 1 DEC MINC 1 PDP 11/73 2 SUN 197* 1,299* 882* 42* Terminals PCs Printers Plotters 2 HP 9000/370C 1 HP 9000/318M 1 HP 9000/835 1 HP 550 4 AT&T 3B2 6 DEC Micro Vax 217

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Gymnasium Track Outdoor SwiDBDing Tennis Courts Handball/Racquetball Golf USF Riverfront USF Waterfront Program USF Parcourse Baseball Softball Basketball/Volleyball Soccer and Football Sun Dome Bicycle Facilities SOURCE: Campus Recreation The University of South Florida RECREATIONAL FACILITIES Fall 1989 -Facilities located in G)'llnasiUII building are: 1) Equipment Room 4) Dance Studio 218 7) Natatoriua 2) Weight Training Ro011 5) Wrestling Room 8) Hain Gya Area-Basketball/Volleyball/Badminton 3) Gymnastics Room 6) Fencing Rooa 9) Locker/Shower Rooms Taapa Campus one track, 400 aeters, Sarasota Campus one track, 400 meters -Tampa Campus Andros and Argos pools, St. Petersburg Campus one outdoor pool Twenty-two courts located at Physical Education Building, Andros Complex and Varsity Tennis area -Six three-walled courts (outdoor) -Eighteen-hole course, driving range and putting greens -Riverfront recreational area located on the Hillsborough River at Fletcher Avenue with equipment checkout for horseshoes, softball, volleyball, and canoeing -St. Petersburg waterfront recreation area with three sloop rig boats, six lasers, and two canoes available A 1.4 aile fitness trail with 18 exercise stations and a 1.5 aile walking course with 22 stations operated by Suncoast Gerontology Center -Red McEwen field Four fields Four outdoor courts -Six fields that serve as both soccer and football fields, one varsity playing field located in the Special Olympics Stadium The USF Sun Dome ls a multi-purpose mass-seating facility with a seating capacity of approximately 11,000 which also accolllllOdates dally intramural sports activity -All University sidewalks are available for use by bicyclists and there are over 550 bike racks available in the parking lots,

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PERFORMANCE EXHIBITION The University of South Florida FINE ARTS PUBLIC EVENTS FACILITIES Fall 1989 Theatre I (TAT) Theatre II (THR) Music Recital Hall (FAH 101) Studio Theatre (TAR 120) Theatre Lobby Gallery (TAT) Teaching Gallery (FAH 110) Art HuseUII (FAM) Prosceniua stage Variable configuration perfo111ance space Recital platfo111 Variable configuration performance space Exhibition space Exhibition space Variable configuration exhibition space Estimated Annual Performances and Exhibitions* Estimated Annual Performance and Exhibition Attendance* *Performances and exhibitions are a part of the academic programs. 552 seats 300 seats maximum 235 seats 115 seats maximum 850 sq. ft. 550 sq. ft. 10 ,OOO sq. ft. 400 150,000 219

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FORT MYERS General Purpose Seminars Lecture Halla Total Classrooms Teaching Laboratories All Instructional Ro011s LAKELAND General Purpose Seminars Lecture Halls Total Classrooms Teaching Laboratories All Instructional Rooms SARASOTA General Purpose Seminars Lecture Halls Total Classrooms Teaching Laboratories All Instructional Rooms ST. PETERSBURG General Purpose Seminars Lecture Halls Total Classrooms Teaching Laboratorfea A Jl Instructional Ro011s TAMPA General Purpose Seminars Lecture Halls Total Classrooms Teaching Laboratories All Instructional Rooms SOURCE: Resource Analysis ancl Planning The University of ~outh Florida CREDIT COURSE CLASSROOH trrILIZATION Total University by Cupus Fall 1988 Nuaber Average Periods of R0011a Used 19 7.2 1 3 12.0 23 7,5 2 24.8 25 8.9 6 9.9 1 7 8.5 2 4.5 9 7.6 19 27.0 1 3.0 20 25,8 5 3.4 25 21.3 34 14.4 34 14.4 2 9,5 36 14.2 122 38,6 14 25.5 10 37.9 146 37.3 92 22,5 238 31.6 220 Average % of Use When Room Assigned 65.9 42.4 57.2 20.7 51.8 34.8 34.5 29.1 33.8 62.5 44.4 62,5 63.2 75.8 75.8 58.5 75.1 78.2 71.6 47.6 66.7 54.4 64.5

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NUMBER of ROOMS Room Capacity Classroom Teach. Lab 1-10 1 11-20 1 21-30 8 2 31-40 10 41-50 51-60 61-80 2 81-100 101-150 1 151-200 201-250 251+ Total 23 2 SOURCE: Resource Analysis and Planning The University of South Florida CLASSROOM CAPACITY STATISTICS Ft. Hyers Campus Fall 1988 AVG. HOURS USE/WEEK % OCCUPANCY Classroom Teach. Lab Classroom Teach. 3.5 9.3 24.8 68.6 20.7 5.8 62.3 16.8 44.8 2.5 22.9 7.5 24.8. 57.2 20.7 AVERAGE CLASS SIZE Lab Classroom Teach. !ab -----16.0 24.0 6.4 31.3 38.1 32.4 29.2 6.4 221

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NUMBER of ROOHS Room Capacity Classroom Teach, Lab 1-10 11-20 1 21-30 31-40 5 2 41-50 1 51-60 6180 81-100 101-150 151-200 201-250 251+ Total 7 2 SOURCE: Resource Analysis and Planning The University of South Florida CLASSROOM CAPACITY' STATISTICS Lakeland Campus Fall 1988 AVG, HOURS USE/WEEK % OCCUPANCY Classr0011 Teach, Lab Classroom Teach. 10.2 4.5 37,1 29.1 8,5 25.0 8,5 4.5 34.5 29.1 222 AVERAGE CLASS SIZE Lab Classroom Teach, Lab 13.4 11.3 12.7 13.3 11.3

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Room Capacity 1-10 11-20 21-30 31-40 41-50 51-60 61-80 81-100 101-150 151-200 201-250 251+ Tota] NUMBER of ROOMS Classroom Teach. Lab 1 2 5 5 6 1 20 2 3 5 SOURCE: Resource Analysis and PJanntng The University of South Florida CLASSROOM CAPACITY STATISTICS Sarasota Campus Fall 1988 AVG. HOURS USE/WEEK Classroom Teach. Lab % OCCUPANCY ClaaarOOII Teach. Lab 3.0 26.8 22.9 31.6 27.4 22.5 25.8 2.0 4.3 3.4 44.4 73.8 63.9 61.0 59.5 72.6 62.5 AVERAGE CLASS SIZE Classroom 5.3 16.3 17.4 23.7 26.6 43.1 23.2 Teach. Lab -----223

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224 The University of South Florida CLASSROOM CAPACITY STATISTICS St. Petersburg Campus Fall 1988 NUMBER of ROOMS AVG. HOURS USE/WEEK '\ OCCUPANCY AVERAGE CLASS SIZE Room Capacity Classroom Teach, Lab Classroom Teach, Lab Classr0011 Teach. Lab Classroom Teach. Lab 1-10 11-20 2 4.0 90.7 19.5 21-30 9 13,6 79.0 20,5 3140 11 2 15.0 9,5 81.2 58.5 29.1 24.4 41-50 9 15.6 64.2 31.1 51-60 3 18.7 87 .4 46.2 61-80 81-100 101-150 151-200 201-250 251+ Total 34 2 14.4 9,5 75,8 58,5 29.3 24.4 SOURCE: Resource Anal ys t s an d P l a mrln g

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NUMBER of ROOMS Room Capacity Classroom Teach. Lab 1-10 11-20 17 36 21-30 68 39 31-40 24 10 41-50 14 6 51-60 6 61-80 2 81100 3 101-150 2 1 151-200 5 201-250 2 251+ 3 T ot~l 146 92 NOTE: Medicine and Fl1IIT exclude d SOURCE: Resource Analysis an d Planning The University of South Florida CLASSROCl-t CAPACITY STATISTICS Tampa Campus Fall 1988 AVG, HOURS USE/WEEK '\ OCCUPANCY Classroom Teach. Lab Classroom Teach, 30,2 20,0 83.8 74.3 37.1 21. 7 88.7 60,4 40.4 20.0 96.4 65.8 40,8 42.9 58.3 39.8 36.9 59.1 45.5 64.8 34.3 49.3 38.0 48,5 52,9 17.3 40.0 54.5 39.5 52.1 33.3 40.4 37.3 22.5 66.7 54.4 AVERAGE CLASS SIZE Lab Classroom Teach, Lab 15.1 12.8 22.8 16.1 35.3 22,9 29,8 19.1 31.4 50.0 48.7 60,6 27.2 104.3 119.3 195.3 34.4 16.3 225

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Tampa Projects in Planning Communication/Info Sciences Bldg. Bio-Science Academic Facility USF Riverfront Park Hodifications HASH/ROTC Facility Psychiatric Center Hodifications Cancer Center Faculty Offices Fort Hyers Lakeland HA JO R Polk CC/USF Joint Facility Phase II Sarasota Fine Arts Complex Multi-Purpose Building St. Petersburg SOURCE: Facilities Pl a nning The University of South Florida a>NSTRUCUON PROJECTS Total University Fall 1989 P R O J E C T S Under Construction SVC Bldg. Add'n/Renovations Student Health Service UC Addition/Renovations Ed Research Center Child Development Asbestos Abateaent Fire Code Corrections Public Health Building Handicapped Projects Multi-Purpose Facility Expected Coapletion Date 9/90 9/90 9/90 2/90 On Going On Going 6/91 6/90 10/89 226 MINOR PROJECTS Under Planned 17 44 1 9 1

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UNIVERSITY TOTAL SARASOTA Residence Halls TAMPA Alpha Hall* Beta Hall Delta Hall Epsilon Hall Eta Hall Gamma Hall Iota Hall Kappa Hall Lambda Hall tlJ Hall Theta Hall Zeta Hall Village Housing Tampa Total *Has changed from double to single occupancy rooms SOURCE: USF Housing and AuxiJlary Services The University of South Florida STIJDENT HOUSING All Ca111J>uses Fall 1989 Occupancy 3,420 290 203 399 245 241 86 470 130 252 80 255 88 86 595 3,130 Capacity 3,414 300 206 403 246 246 82 474 123 246 82 246 82 82 596 3,114 227


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