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TAMPA UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ST.PETERSBURG SARASOTA FORT MYERS LAKELAND 1990 -1991 FACT BOOK 8131974-2450 Office of Resource Analysis & Planning Administrative Affairs Tampa, Florida 33620 THE UMVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA IS AH AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IHSTTTU110H

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The llnivers I t:; ti Su 11tl F l0rld:i Fort M yers -I.ilk!' J .1ml -Saraslt. 1 -St. Pct .. 1 .
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Preface Table of Contents SECTION I USF Ml 1 leu llighllghts -A Quick Reference Historical Growth SUS Service Area Demographics SUS SP.rvlce Area Population (Map) USF as a Part of State University System USF Service Area Demographics USF Service Area Enrollment Trends SECTION II -Students-Enrollment Annual ITE and Funded Student Credit !lours-Total University by College & by Campus, (1988-89 ar.d 1989) Applied, Accepted and Enrolled Students Bachelor of Independent Studies Program Enrollment Headc ounts--lotal University, by & by Campus International Students flatlonal Merit & Achievement Scholars New Degree-Seeking Students--Total University, by College & by Campus vs Day Enrollment SCI! by Instructor Tyre TI1e School of Extended Studies Student Profile (Maps). SEC:TIOtl III -Students-Programs A lumnl Career Resource Center Degre e Prcgrams ll<>grees Awarded E & G Fundable Sections Financial Aid Florida Mental llealth Institute Intercollegiat.e Athletic Programs Library Services Program Research/Service Centers & Institutes The llni"cr slty of Flnrld. 1 It i v 3 4 6 5 9 7 8 83-95 45 101 15-44 77 78 47-76 79-82 97-100 101 13-14 129 130 .105-108 .I09-110 .111-120 .127-128 126 125 121 122 .I23-124 FA C T B 0 o F T;il>Je of Contc>11ts fill 1 1990 SECTTON TV -Staff Adjunct Faculty Administrative & Professional Personnel Average Faculty Salaries Faculty lle;idcounts--Total University, b y College & b y Campus Graduate Assistants Librarians Non-Instructional Faculty Organizational Chart Part-Time Faculty Selected Personnel b y Organlzatlor. University Support Personnel USF Employee H e adcount SECTION V -Fiscal Resources Activity & Service Fee nudget Authorized Manye;ir Positions Auxiliary Enterprises Budget Contracts and Grants Endowed Chairs Foundation Intercollegiate Athletics Grants-in-Aid Operating Budget Revenues & State Appropriations for Education Student Fee Rates--by Campus SECTION VI -Physical Resources Campus Construction Classroom Capacity Classroom l't 11lzat1011 Computing Services Public Events Facilities. Physical Facilities Recreational Facilities Student 171-172 175-176 141-143 144-172 173-171. 170 167-169 133 165-166 134-139 177-I80 181 199 187 195 1%-197 202-203 201 198 185-186 188 189 191-194 227 222-226 221 217 no 207-216 218-219 228

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STUDENTS lleacount FTE: B O R IPEDS EMPLOYEES Headc ount FTE DEGREES P rograms Awarded '89-090 BUDGETS LIBRARY VOLUMES CAMPUS ACREAGE DORMITORY RESIDENTS T he University 0f Sout h Florida II I r. II I. I r ; II T S Total University Fall 1 990 Undergraduate Graduate 21,565 5,052 16,602 3,336 17,511 4' 2 77** Faculty A & p SuEEOrt Personnel 1,882 435 2,495 1,746 4 2 4 2,453 Bach Mast EdS PhD 1st Prof 77 85 2 22 1 4,368 1,221 15 85 93 E & G Medical Sl75,740,978 $54' 785 '216 Fort Sarasota/ St. Myers Lakeland New College Petersburg TamEa 131,431+ 198,430 1 27,353 778,049 55 0.1 ++ 109 22 1,675 310 3,064 *Totals may r eflect the sum ot more than those identified separately o n this pag e **Includes Jst Professional Students +Edison Community College/USF Learning Resource Center ++Polk Joint Use UNIVERSIIY F o r more detailed TOTALS data see Ease no. 32,360 15-44 19,938 21, 788 4,812 144-181 4,623 187 105-108 5,782 109-110 $388,560,851 185-186 1,351,547 121 1,902 2 07 3,374 228 3

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1960-61 STUDENT ENROLLMENT F11ll Headcount 1,997 Non-Resident Allens FACULTY MANYEARS* 108.5 ADMINISTRATION & PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS* 30 SUPPORT PERSONNEL* 202 NUMBER OF DEGREE PROGRAMS 28 NUMBER OF DEGREES AWARDED** E & G OPERATING BUDGET S2,197.3 TOTAL BUDGETS $2,434.8 usr PRESIDEtrrs Francis T. Borkowski, 1988 --' Ille University of South Fl orida lllSTORICAL GROWTll Founded 1956 1970-71 1980-81 1987-88 17,922 25,054 29' 143 186 314 689 834.2 1,039 .4 1,393.9 85 142 151.8 822 1,417 2 ,001. 7 127 165 192 3,477 4,941 5,542 $25,304.6 s 62,192.0 $124,385.3 $38,385.4 $114,884.8 $270,927 ,9 1988-89 30,003 671 1,454.0 157.7 2,024.5 195 5,783 $148,729.9 $348,825.8 John Lott Rrown, 1978-1988 Cecil Mackey, 1971-1976 4 1989-90 1990-91 31,638 32,360 707 762 1,520.5 1,559.5 177.6 318.2 2 ,081. 7 1,936.5 195 187**"' 5,999 $169,100.9 $175,740,978 $367,562.7 $388,560,851 John S. Allen, 1957-1970 Carl Riggs (Acting), 1977-1978 William Reese Smith, Jr. (Interim), 1976-1977 llarris W. Uean (Acting), 1970 CAMPUSES -1st Classes {Founded) Tampa 1960 (1956) St. Petersburg 1968 (1965) New College/USF 1975 (1975) *Budgeter! positions reflecting E & G, Medicine and Fl-1111 onl y **Includes Associate Uegrees ***Reduced count reflects consolidation of tracts within programs N OTE: 1980-90 data Includes C ollege of Medicine; 1 9 869 0 In c lud e s FlHll Fort Myers 1974 (1974) Lakeland 1987 (1987) Sarasot;i 1975 (1975)

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The Unlver11I ty or Sout h Flor!dn INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE AREA ruPULATlONS Unlverslty of (E) 710,367 Florida (E) 487,904 Florldn State University Statewide Service (1857) (E) 12,417,606 University of South (E) J,528,807 (E) c April 1, 1988 PopulAtlon Estlmatea (Yeor e11tobllahed) SOURCE 1989 Florldn StntlAtlcnl A\J11trnct, Inble l..Jl 1988 SUS Fnct Book Figure 1 State Unlverslty System 1988 Unlver11Lty of North Florld n ( 1965 ) (E) 1,170,019 Unlverslty of Florida Statewide Service (1853) (E) 12 ,417 ,606 University of Central Florltla (1963) (E) 2,203,788 Florida Atlantic Unlver11lty (1961) (E) 1,794,708 includes nrownrd (shored with FlU) llendry (shared wlth USF) _L-___ Florldn International University (1965) (E) 215221014 includes Broward (shared with FAU) 5

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111.,, 1 111\vr>r!l ity o f Sf>utli F l 0 rlcl;i SllS SERV!C[ ,\RF.A 1 988 POPULAIION(E' S!I S: '70 of UNIVERSITIES Total Total Centrnl Florida 2,203,78!1 JR
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1988 r o r U L A T Total Age 152 4 STATE O F FLORIDA 12,417,606 l,69J,479 Charlotte 9J,4J9 7,702 Col Iler 134,401 14, 7 JO DeSoto 2J,418 J,419 Glades 7,49J 1,009 llardee 22,2Jl J,762 Hendr y 25,457 J,921 Hernando 85,945 8,807 Highlands 66,J80 7,JJJ HI I I s bo rough 825 ,411 130,742 Lee J07,526 JJ,782 Manatee 187,501 20,SS4 Pasco 264,J49 24 ,116 Pinellas 8J9,891 9J,2SO Polk 400,426 57,9J7 Sarasota 257,667 2S,129 Service Area T otal J,S28,807** 4J4,2JJ** I 0 N Age 25-44 J,572 772 16,J85 J5,24J 6 ,5Ql 1,944 5,857 7 ,616 16,046 14 ,013 26J,184 78,S79 44,800 so' 14 J 216 ,558 118,945 57,989 TI1e Unl vcrsity n f Snu t h Fln r fda llS F SERVICE ARFA 1 987 PERSONAL INCOM E 1 988 Hig h S ch oo l Per Capita s G r aduates s 15,584 90,813 14,82J 6J2 19,906 1,056 10,42 4 180 8 '747 J7 10,62 J 185 12,914 2 80 11,816 6J4 12,657 418 14,119 6 '774 15,908 1,92 3 16' 180 1,231 12 ,696 1,480 17,947 5,582 12,479 J,049 20,594 1,620 9J0,085** 24,941** *Share d b y USF and Florida Atlantic University **l/2 o f llendr y County exclude d 1988-89 llIGH SCllOOL GRADUATES .,. W H O CONTINUED IN Comm. Fla. Univ College & Colleges Jl 'l-o 18 JO 2 J 22 19 22 9 J 2 7 21 6 15 8 2 7 9 JS 22 26 2J JS 16 JO 11 29 18 J7 15 J4 16 JO 2 4 Jl HI SOUR C E : 1 9 8 9 Florid a Statistical Abstract, Tab les l.J5, 4.82 and S.10 and 19AR-R9 SUS Fac t B ook, Table ll and 15 UNl VERS In ENROLLMEtlT FALL '88 Enrolled s .u.s at USF 158,019 -488 48 85 2 43 78 45 20 JO 95 61 119 2 3 488 58 277 JO 12,719 7 8 2,12J Sl l,4J8 63 l,5S9 73 '?,565 6J 2,769 4 7 2 ,5 2
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County 1986 Charlotte 227 Col lier 305 DeSoto 60 Glades 12 llardee 41 Hendr}'* 34 Hernando 2 40 Highlands 64 II 111 sborough 9,373 Lee 1,087 Manatee Al9 Pasco 1,036 Pinellas 5,604 Polk 1,062 Sarasota 1,279 Total 21,243 % of USF Enrollment 72. 1 % *Sh a r e d with Fl orida Atlantic Unversity SOURCE: Student Data Course File Tl1e University of Sout h Flor!rla SERVICE AREA ENROLLMENT AT llSF Fall lleadc ount Trenrls 1987 1988 224 233 341 361 45 35 5 6 46 54 33 26 228 277 73 82 9,054 9,525 1,092 1,056 848 881 1,004 1,109 5,689 5,918 1,192 1,267 1,313 1,285 21,187 22,115 72.7 % 73. 7 R 1989 1990 234 264 411 490 42 57 6 4 61 51 29 29 334 344 98 127 10,083 10' 205 1,190 1,247 982 948 1,166 1,222 6 087 6,181 1,344 1,506 1,418 1 ,521 23,4 85 24,196 % 74. 2 % 74. 8

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Student Enrollment Headcount FIE (BOR) Faculty Full-time lleadcount Manyears A & P Manyears USPS Manyears Degree Programs The Unlverslty of South Florida as a part of T he State Unfverslty System 1988-89 SUS 158,019 93,769 8,020 8,590 1,691 14,039 1,473 Operating budgets -State Appropriations s 998 mil lion -All Sources 1.833 ml 11 lon SOURCE: 1988-89 SUS Fact Book, Figure 4 Tables 11, 12, 25, 4 6 and 54 USF % of SUS 19 % 17 18 17 14 17 12 17 16 9

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Total In-State Enrollment 28,676 Total Enrollment J2,J60 \ of Total Enrollment 89\ Ba11ed on geographic origin at time of entry (may no longer be consistent with residency status for fee-paying purposes) SOURCE: Student Data Course file The University of South Florida EllROl,LEO STUOEl'fIS Fl orida County of Origin Fall 1990 BROWllRO 967 DADE 769 13

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9 Howoll 5 U11h Arlron1 II *Rased on geographic orlgln at time of entry (may no longer be conslstent with residency status for feepaylng purposes) SOURCE: Student Oata Course flle J Wyoming Colorodo JS N1wMulco 10 The llnlve.-slty nf South Flo rl1la ENROLi.EU STUIJENTS North 01k 011 0 South 01ko11 NobrHkl 7 State or Origin* Fall 1990 Minn!Sot1 J9 Minourl 29 Ark1n111 8 Non-Resident Unknown state of fl or Ida Non-Florida U.S. origin Enroll111ent Total Enroll111ent 762 -2.4\ 164 -0.5 28,676 -88.6 -1.aill 8.5 32,360 JOO.Cl\

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T h e Un t ver sit y o f Sou ti> f-I 0 1 11tct ENROLLMENI HEAD C tlutn s Total U 11iv e rsity Far I 19 9 0 UNOERGRAOUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD To tat Prof. Unc I Total HEADCOUNT 3 ,482 2 ,429 6 740 8 .914 21 ,565 4 171 881 5 ,052 377 5 .366 32,360 STATUS Fu I I TI me 2,897 2 ,000 4,217 4,640 13,754 1. 338 501 1 ,839 377 292 16,262 Par t -Time 585 429 2 ,523 4,274 7, 8 1 1 2 ,833 380 3,213 5 ,074 16,098 SEX Mare I ,598 1 ,084 2,863 4 ,030 9,575 I 681 448 2 129 249 2,063 14 ,016 f"ema 1 e 1 ,884 1, 345 3,877 4,884 11 ,990 2,490 433 2,923 128 3,303 18 ,344 RAC E 11011-Resltlent A I len 60 56 143 152 411 185 124 309 42 762 Black, Non-Hispani c 259 125 282 355 1 ,021 158 39 197 14 245 1 47 7 American I ndian 1 1 11 6 19 13 2 15 I 3 38 Asian, Paclf l c Islander 149 87 186 244 666 63 11 74 35 99 874 Hispanic 310 192 373 463 1 338 164 28 192 35 228 1 793 Wh I te, Non-Hispani c 2,703 1 ,968 5,745 7 694 18 110 3,588 677 4 ,265 292 4 ,749 27,416 A G E Mean 19 21 25 27 24 33 36 34 25 37 28 Median 19 20 22 25 22 32 34 32 24 35 24 RESIDENCY In-State 2 ,846 1 .986 6 ,073 8.380 19 ,285 3,824 693 4 ,517 377 5,061 .:9 .240 Out-of-State 576 387 524 382 I .869 161 64 226 163 2 .358 N o n -ResidentAllen 60 56 14 3 152 411 185 124 309 42 762 15

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I he Un I ve1 s i l y o f Soull1 f I 0 1 ilia E tl ROl.LMEfll ltE AUUHJNl S T u t a f U l;versity, C:o1 d 1 nued Fa I I 1990 UNDERGRAUUAfES GRAD UATES freshman S o p homor e Junior Sen i o r l o tal COLLEGE A rclll tectur e A r t s & Sciences A rts & L e t t ers 228 193 652 764 1 8 3 7 llatur a I Sciences 534 357 504 626 2.021 Soc i"' Sciences 3 4 D 301 1 .384 1 ,581 3,606 B u s iness 719 454 1 : 716 2 ,490 5,379 E d u cat 1011 224 206 1 130 1, 577 3, 137 Engt,.e e r tng 323 242 578 I. 216 2,359 F ine Arts 163 109 188 277 7 3 7 Independent Studies 2 7 9 18 Uew C o llege 137 2 2 0 164 5 2 1 Unclassif led Undecla red 951 424 299 72 1. 7 4 6 Medicine Medi cal Scie nces Nursing 4 62 1 3 8 204 Pub I I c Hea I t h J 11c..lucJes major s a'1<.J i11tertc.JecJ majors Coun t s fur t t 1e 11ew l y organizeU Colle g e o f A r t s & Sci e11ces c a n be tJy c;11nuulri1J t tHJSe of A r t ; & Letter s ,.,atural S i iP11res arut S o cial Sr:ienc .. s Mastei / EdS PhD 58 258 RO 210 139 564 165 849 32 1, 314 291 421 I 17 61 4 2 180 256 15 1 6 O T MER Total Prof Unc I Total 58 58 338 2 1 75 349 2 .370 729 4,335 881 6,260 I ,605 4,742 538 2,897 61 798 18 521 5 ,366 5,366 1. 746 377 377 4 2 4 2 180 3 8 4 27 1 2 7 1

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UNDERGRADUATES Sophomore Junior HEADCOUNT" STATUS Fu I I T i rne Part-Ti 111e SE X Male F ema RACE Uon-Rt!sident Alte11 Non-Hispanic Ame,. i can Indian Asian. Pacific Islander Hispanic te. Non-Hispanic AGE Mean Med I an RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Allen !JI SC I PLINE Arch I lectur e J11L l utJe!> majur s a11d intenc.JetJ majors Ttie Unlve1 s I ty o f Suutl1 F 101 l cJd ENROLi .MEN I MEAIJl UUll Architecture A I I Campuses Fal I 1990 GRADUATES Senior Total MastertEdS 58 36 22 46 I 2 56 35 33 57 58 PhD Tot 8 I 58 36 22 46 12 56 35 33 57 58 0 TttER Prof. Uncl To lB I 58 36 22 46 12 56 35 33 57 58 17

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18 flip Uni ve1 sit y u t So1 ll 11 r: 1 111 iii a llEAIJ C llUfl I'> & Lett er s -A I I Campuses Fa I I IYYO UNDEllGRAIJUA TE 5 GRADUATES OTHER Fres11111a11 Sopt1011101 e J u11 i or-Senior I ut Cl I Maslt!r /EllS PhD Total Pr uf U11c... I Total -------------------HEAU CUUNI 228 193 652 764 1 83 7 258 80 338 2 1 75 SIATUS Fu 1 I Time 188 165 432 422 .207 103 46 149 1 356 Part-T;me 40 2R 220 342 630 155 34 189 819 SEX Male 87 67 214 25 7 625 101 30 131 756 Female 1 '11 126 438 507 2 1 2 1 5 7 50 207 1. 419 RAC E U o n -Resident A Ii en 9 2 14 B J3 13 1 14 47 Black, Nori-Hispanic 14 11 24 27 76 7 3 10 86 American Indian 3 3 3 Asian. Pacific Islander 2 1 6 17 26 1 2 28 Hispanic 12 13 29 37 91 18 19 110 Wld te. Non-Hispanic 191 166 579 675 1. 611 216 74 290 1. Y01 AGE 19 21 24 26 24 35 40 36 26 Median 19 20 22 23 22 34 39 35 23 RESIDE14C I 11 -S t ate 160 165 580 7 13 6 1 8 230 72 302 I 920 011t-of-State 59 26 5 8 43 186 15 7 22 208 Non-Resident-Al ;en 9 2 14 8 33 1 3 14 47 D I SC I PL J t4E American Studies 2 9 1 I 8 8 19 Communications 105 BO 31 7 314 816 39 39 855 Foreign Languages 7 6 23 35 7 1 23 23 94 ttuman It i es 3 1 14 20 38 38 Letters 110 100 276 357 8'13 109 7 1 180 1 023 Llbera1/Genera1 Studies 3 2 8 :w 57 57 7 7 Pti11osophy/Re1 igion 4 13 21 38 22 9 3 1 69 111aj u r s anct inten
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Tile University o t Soutt1 F I or i U d ENROLLMElll I tE A D C Ull N T S Natural Sciences -Al I C amn uses Fa I I 1990 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Jun\o r Senior T otal -----HEADCOUNI 534 357 504 626 2,021 STATUS Fu I I -Ti me 459 296 334 337 I, 426 Part-Time 75 61 170 289 595 SE X Male 219 159 234 326 937 Female 315 199 270 300 1 .084 RAC E tlu11 -Res ide11t A I ter1 12 9 13 15 49 Black. Non-Hispanic 42 20 21 3 I 114 A111erican Ind Ian 2 2 4 Asian. Pacific Islander 38 26 36 42 142 Hispanic 59 29 47 44 179 Wh; te. Non-Hispanic 383 273 365 492 1. 533 A ( ;E Mean 19 20 24 26 22 Median 18 20 22 24 2 1 RESIOEllCV 1 n S t ate 448 305 440 504 1 705 Out-ofState 74 43 43 27 107 rio n -Resldent-Al ien 12 9 1 3 15 49 DISC I PLINE CI in I ca 1 Chemistry 2 9 5 5 21 lnterdls Nat Scienc e 264 132 147 I 27 670 LI f e S ciences 209 157 237 307 910 Marine Science Ma I hema t I cs 16 12 26 39 93 Medi cal Technology 10 12 20 29 71 Physical Sciences 33 35 69 119 256 t11L lutJes majur s a11c.J iritenr.Jed majors Co11nts f c., the nryanized (ollege ot A r t s Ro Sc:iF?nc:es can he ohtained hy sun111ii11y tl1use o f Arts & Letters. Natural S c i e n ces and Social Scienc e s Master/EdS PhD 210 139 1 21 94 89 45 127 101 83 38 19 36 10 3 4 3 4 4 172 93 29 31 27 30 162 94 29 9 19 36 66 1 7 40 46 26 35 70 41 D TtlER Total P r o f U n c I Total 349 2 ,370 215 1 641 134 729 229 1. 165 121 1 205 55 104 13 127 1 5 7 149 8 16 7 265 1 796 30 24 28 21 256 2 .041 38 225 55 104 21 670 83 993 86 86 61 154 7 I 119 375 19

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20 Ille lht I y(!I s i l .,, t 1 1 r 1 u 1 itli.J fllROLLM fllT t tF.A U (OlJfll S Social St:; e n r e s -A I I Camp u SPS F a I 1 1990 UNDERGRADUAIE S GRADUAi ES 0 1HER F r e shn1ar' Sophomor e Junior Senior Total Master / E< Male 103 111 S57 7 1 7 1. 4BB 194 66 260 1. 74B Female 237 190 B27 B64 2 11 B 370 99 469 2.5B7 RAC E '"o n R es;ctent A I; en 2 2 11 lB J3 11 9 2 0 53 Non-Hisallic 21 13 75 BB 197 34 10 44 241 American I ndian 1 2 3 6 1 1 7 A sian. Pacific Is 1 an111i>c; f.a n ht? nhtai111.ofl tiy <.,'111y fJf A r t s R. l etter!;, Nat11ral 5 r111cl 5oc1 a l Scie11rPs

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The University o f South Flor Ida HIRULl.MErn HEAD C UUNTS Business -Al I Camnuses Fall 1990 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc I Total HEAIJLOUNT 719 454 1. 7 16 2,490 5,379 B49 32 BBi 6, 260 STATUS Full T lme 593 357 913 926 2 .789 328 26 354 3. 143 Part-Time 126 97 803 l .564 2.590 521 6 527 3. II 7 SEX Ma l e 406 238 870 1 ,208 2.722 469 16 485 3.207 Female 313 216 846 I, 282 2.657 380 16 396 3,053 RACE Non-Res itJent A If en 20 22 70 42 154 3 I 32 186 Black, Non-ti! span I c 64 19 62 BO 225 19 20 245 American Indian I I 2 2 2 4 Asian. Pac If tc Islander 31 11 56 54 152 15 2 17 169 Hispanic 44 21 7B 128 27 I 35 2 37 308 Wht te, Non-Hispanic 560 381 1 449 2. 185 4,575 747 26 773 5,34B AGE Mean 19 2 I 25 28 25 30 36 31 26 Median 19 20 23 25 23 2B 36 29 24 RESIDENCY In-State 558 349 I .539 2.352 4,798 786 26 812 5.610 Out-of-State 141 B3 107 96 427 32 5 37 464 No11-Rest
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22 v t ;,oull I l v 1 dJ E tlROL LMEN T HEAOCOlllHS Education -A I I Campuses fa I I 1990 UNOERGRAUUAfES GAAUllATES 0 ltlER Freshtnen Sophomore Jun\or Senor Total Master/EllS PhO Total Prof. Unc I Total ------ttEAOLOUIH 224 206 1. 130 1. 5 77 3. 137 1. 314 291 1 ,605 4 ,742 STATUS Ful 1-T lme 195 174 820 1 175 2.364 249 81 330 2.694 Part-Time 29 32 310 402 773 I .065 210 1,275 2,048 SEX Male 37 38 178 284 537 271 102 373 910 Female 187 168 952 1 293 7 .600 1 .043 189 1 232 3 .832 RACE Non-Resident A I \en I 1 3 16 8 24 27 Black, Non-Hispanic 12 11 36 51 110 57 14 71 181 Amer lean Indian 5 5 4 1 5 10 Asian. Pac 1 f I c Islander 3 8 8 20 9 2 11 31 Hispanic 9 11 56 60 136 43 6 49 195 Whl le, Non-Hispanic 200 192 1 ,024 1 457 2,863 1. 195 260 1 ,445 4,308 AGE-Mean 19 21 26 28 26 35 40 36 30 Me<.11 an 19 20 22 25 23 35 40 36 27 RESIOENCV In-State 186 183 I ,080 1. 537 2 .986 1. 281 277 1,558 4,544 Out-of-State 38 22 49 39 148 17 6 23 171 lun Res I dent A I len 1 3 16 8 24 27 DISCIPLINE Education 224 206 1. 130 1. 57 7 3. 137 1. 124 291 1 ,415 4,552 Library Science 190 190 190 J111. l1J1Jes majors a111.J i11te11ded majors

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The Untve, stty (l f South Flortcla ENRO L LMEtll llEAO C!llJNTS Englnet!rlng -A I I Camuses Fa I I 1990 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER F reshrnan Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total P rof. Unc l Total 11EADCOUN T 323 242 578 l. 216 2,359 421 117 538 2,897 <;TATlJS Fu II-TI me 270 190 333 612 l ,405 146 84 230 l 635 Par t -Time 53 52 245 604 954 275 33 308 1. 262 SEX Male 258 197 474 982 1 ,911 359 108 467 2.378 Ferna le 65 45 104 234 448 62 9 71 519 RACE Nort -Resfdent Allen 10 17 24 59 l 10 83 54 137 247 Black, Non-Hispanic 44 21 32 54 151 8 4 12 163 American Ind Ian Asian. Pacific Islander 20 9 44 84 157 2 l 21 178 tilspanlc 29 24 43 73 169 19 4 23 192 Wh I te, Non-Hispanic 220 l 7 l 435 946 l 772 290 55 345 2 117 AGE Mean 19 21 24 27 25 30 33 30 26 Median 18 20 22 25 23 28 31 29 24 RESIDENCV In-State 274 203 525 1. 130 2 132 326 55 381 2.513 Out-of-State 39 22 29 27 117 12 8 20 137 Non-Resident-Allen 10 17 24 59 l 10 83 54 137 247 DISCIPLINE Engineering 321 233 527 1 ,074 2 155 421 1l7 538 2.693 Engineering Technology 2 9 51 142 204 204 23 Jr1c l udes majors and intAnded majors

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24 lhP. lJ11' VP. I S 1 t ) '){II I ti I f ltlf icl a MEN l HE ADC OUllT S FI 11e Ar ts -A I I Ca111uses Fa I 1 1990 llNOER(;RAOllA TES GRAOlJATES OTHER Freshman Sophomor e Jun ;01 Sen;or T otal Master/Ed') PhD Total Prof. Unc I Total HEAUCOUNf 163 109 188 277 737 61 61 798 STATUS Full-Time 133 89 135 165 522 31 31 553 Part -fl me 30 20 53 112 215 30 30 245 SEX Male 62 38 78 125 303 20 20 323 Female 101 71 110 152 434 41 41 475 RACE !Ion-Residen t A 1 len 1 I 1 3 6 7 Black Non-Hispanic 9 4 9 13 35 36 American Ind Ian Asiaro, Pacific Islander 2 1 2 10 15 2 2 17 Hispanic 14 6 6 18 44 3 3 47 Wh I te, Non-Hispanic 137 97 170 233 637 54 54 69 I AGE Mea" 19 20 24 27 24 35 35 24 Med I an 19 20 2 I 24 2 1 33 33 22 RESIDEUCV In-State 134 90 175 261 660 54 54 714 Out-of-State 28 18 12 13 7 1 6 6 77 Uon -Res 1de11 t A I ien 3 6 7 DI S C I PL! llE Music Education 33 41 5 5 46 Visual /Performiroy Ar ts 162 109 18 I 244 696 56 56 752 majors arid intended majors

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UNDERGRADIJA TES u f Suutl1 ENROllMHIT tt FAOCOllNTS lnueenlle11t Stullies -1111 l amuses F a I I 199 0 GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD HEADC OUNT STATUS Full T lme Pao t 1 l me SEX Male Female RAl E Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic Aonerlcan Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispani c Wt ,ite. Non-Hispantc AGE Mean Medi a n RESIDEtllV In-State Ou I o f St a I e !Io n -ResidentA 1 len DISCIPLlllE Independent Studies tnc l u des majo,.s and i 11t e n tJecJ rna ju s 2 2 21 21 2 7 6 2 5 2 5 35 29 7 9 e 3 6 9 37 35 e 9 18 16 2 6 12 2 1 15 34 3 I 16 2 18 OTHER To ta I Prof. Uncl. Total 18 16 2 6 12 2 1 15 34 3 I 16 2 18 25

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UNDERliRAOllATES 1111. ? llniver sit.,. n f So11tl1 Flo idrt ENROLLMENI HEADCOUllTS New fol le9e Fall 1990 GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD r 11; AnCOlltlT SlAlllS Full l lme Pet r t T lme SE>< Male I e HACE llonR.,sldor>t Allen ttlar.k. llon-Hlsnanlc: At11t! tca11 l1u.Jie1u 11,.1co11, Pao,; It io,; lslan
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The u f South Fh1 1 il.Ja ENROLL ME ti 1 HEA[l(OUNl S UnclassifieU All Ca111puses Fall 199U UNDERGRADUATES liRADUAT ES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total MastP.r/EdS PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS fu I I T lme Part-Time SEX Male Fema I e RAC.E Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asia11. Pactftc Islander Hispanic White. Mon-t-tispanic AuE Mean Metllan RESIDENCY ln-State Out-of-State -Alien DISCIPLINE Unc lass If letl tlOT E : Urn. I ass i f i ell !Ion-degree students OTHl'R Total Prof line l Total 5,366 5,366 292 292 5,074 5,074 2,063 2.063 3,303 3,303 42 42 245 245 3 3 99 99 228 228 4 .749 4,749 37 37 35 35 5.061 5 ,061 263 263 42 42 5,366 5,366 27

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lf1 t l llt1 i ..... Slu1tl1 FI u i 1 l a ENROLLMEIH HEAOCllUNl S Ur1l.Je c I a r eLI A I I Larnpuses F a I 1 I YYO UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Juni o r Senior Total Master/EdS PhD ---llEAD COUNT 951 424 299 72 1 746 STATUS Ful I T lme 774 342 163 36 1 315 Par t l ime '7 7 82 136 36 4 3 1 SEX Male 426 170 145 35 776 Fema I e 5 2 5 254 154 37 970 RAl E NonR esiden t A 1 len 6 5 2 Black. ronH I span I c 53 23 16 3 95 American Indian 2 As ian, Pacific Islander 44 21 11 4 80 Hispan c 115 56 25 4 200 Whl te, NonH ispan i c 732 324 241 60 '. 35 7 AGE Mean 19 20 24 26 20 Media n 19 20 21 23 19 RESIDENCY 111-State 802 374 265 67 1 SUB O u t o I -St at e 143 50 29 4 226 U u n R e s i (fen t A I i en 6 5 12 D I S C I Pl I lE U11cJec I a r ed 951 424 299 72 1 ,746 IHJl E : llrHIP.r. I a
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UNDERGRADUATES The of South Florida ENROL l.MENI HE A O CUIJNTS Meet t c I n e Fa I I 1990 GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu I I I tme Part-Time sex Mate Female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic Arner lean lntllan Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY 111-State Out-ofState ttonResldentAllen DISCIPLINE Metllclne Total OTHER Prof. Uncl. 377 377 249 128 14 I 35 35 292 25 24 377 377 Total 377 377 249 128 14 I 35 35 292 25 24 377 377 29

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HEAOCOUNT STATUS Fu I I T l111e Part-l,me SEX Male Female RAC E Non-Resident Allen Black, Uon -111spanic: Amert can Ind 1 an UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior As ian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White. tlon-Hlspanlc AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY 1 .. -stat e Out-of-State Non -Res I dent A I i e n DISCIPLINE MedlLal Sciences Senior ErlROLLMEtll llEAUCUtJtl T S I c a I Sc' ellL t?5 Fa I I 1 990 GRAOUAfES Total Master/ EdS PhD -----42 39 3 2 l 21 l 2 l I 5 23 3 I 30 26 4 12 42 Total Prut 42 39 3 2 l 21 l 2 l I 5 23 31 30 26 4 12 42 UlHER Unc: l 10 Total 39 3 21 2 I l] 1 5 23 31 30 26 4 l 2 42

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The U"iversit y of Sout h Florida EllR0l.LME14 I HEADCOIJNIS tng -A I I Campu ses Fa I I 1990 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sohomore Junior Senior Total Master/Eds PhD Total Prof. Unc I Total HEADCOUNT 4 62 139 204 190 190 394 STATUS Fu I I TI rne 2 41 73 116 49 48 164 Pao t -T i me 2 2 I 65 BB 132 132 220 SEX Male 1 2 13 16 12 12 2B Fema1e 3 60 125 1BB 16B 16B 356 RACE Non-Resident A I ten I I 2 2 3 Black, llonH I span I c 2 B 10 5 5 15 Amert can Indian 2 2 2 Asian, Paclf lc Islander 2 1 3 2 2 5 Hispanic 3 4 7 6 6 13 Whl te, Non-Hispanic 4 55 124 183 163 163 346 A(;E Mean 29 27 31 30 37 37 33 Med I an 28 24 30 28 36 36 33 RESIDENC Y Jn-State 4 61 133 198 114 174 372 Out-of-State 4 5 4 4 9 Non-ResidentAl ien 1 2 2 3 DI Sc.I PLINE Nursing 4 62 138 204 180 180 3B4 31

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HEADCOUNT SIAIUS Full-Ttme Part-Time SE>( Male fema lb' RllCE "on-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic America" lnc1fan UNOERGRAOUAIES Fresl11111111 Sophomore Junior As I 1111, Pac If IL Is 1 a11tlerH I span I c White, Non-Hispanic AuE Mean Median RESIOENcY 111-State Out-of-State "on-Resident-Allen 01 SCI PL I UE P1JIJ I I c Hea 1 th lhe of 5n11tl1 f'.loridn lHRULLMENI H E AUCUUNlS PulJI le t-ieal th -Al I camJ,Ju5e5 Fa 11 1990 GRAOUArES Serr I or Total Master/EdS PhD 256 15 6J 11 193 82 4 174 11 8 3 16 3 1 3 17 211 8 .35 37 35 37 229 12 19 8 3 256 15 J2 orHER Total Prof. Unc I Total 271 271 74 74 197 197 86 86 185 185 11 11 19 19 1 I 4 4 17 17 219 219 35 35 35 35 241 241 19 19 11 11 271 27 1

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The Untverstty n t South FI or i <.la EllRULUAEll T llEADLO\JtHS Ct>nt inu i1lg E d u c atto n Fa 1 r 1990 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshmen Sophomore Junior Senior Toter Mester/EdS PhD Toter Pr or. Unc I Toter HEADCOUNT 6 34 40 265 12 277 543 860 STATUS Fur r T t rne 8 8 14 3 17 3 28 Par t T '"'e 6 26 32 251 9 260 540 832 SEX Mele I I 7 18 159 9 168 283 469 Feffla I e 5 17 n 106 3 109 260 391 RA C E Non -Resluent A I len 2 2 4 3 7 BI 11ck, No11-Hlspe11tc 12 12 27 40 Americ a n Ind I en I I I 2 As le11. Pee If I c Islander 3 3 I I 14 Hispani c 9 1 10 18 28 Whl te. Non-Hispani c 6 33 39 238 9 247 483 769 AGE M e a n 33 34 34 34 42 35 38 37 Median JI 35 35 32 41 33 38 36 RESIOEllCV I n -State 6 34 40 256 TO 266 493 79':< O u t -of-State 7 7 47 54 Non -ResidentA I ten 2 2 4 3 7 33 :-tu
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UNOERl.iRAOUAIES Freshmen Sophomore COLI.EGE Archt tecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Natural Sciences Soc ta I Sc te11ces Business Educatlo11 Eng I nee t ng Ftne Arts lnllependent Studies Co I I ege Unclasslfled Undeclared Mel.lie.: 11111 Medlr.al Sciences llursl119 4 PulJ I I c tlea I t" ln,.l11des majors aruJ 1nter1decJ rnajors the U11lver-sity of South itfd EllRULLMENT MEllOCUlJNIS fu11t i11u lrg Etl11cat iu1. Cort i11ued Fa 11 1990 GRADUATES Senior Total Master/fdS PhD 2 1 8 99 16 1 7 159 1 tO '4 l.ourds fo tllt! flewly urgardzet.J Colleye of Arts & 5Lie11ces can tJe ol>tainelJ tJy su111111i11g tltu5e of Arts & Letters. Uatural 5Lie11ce5 c.nU Sut:ial Scie11Les. 14 OTHER Total p,.ot. Unc I Total 2 2 100 108 t66 183 543 543 t4

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The University o f 'ioutt. Flor;rfa ENROLL MENl 11i: I S Ft. Myers Ca111pus Fa I I 1990 UNDERGRADUATES GRl\DUAIES 0Tt1ER Freshman S ophomore Junior Senior Tot 11 I Master /E<.JS PhD Tot 11 l Pr of Unc I. Total HEAO(OUNT 3 293 476 723 190 7 197 336 1 256 STATUS Fu I I T 'rne I I 2 I 166 289 2 I 2 23 e 320 Part-Time 2 172 260 434 169 5 174 329 936 SEX Male 7 1 91 162 53 4 57 I 13 332 remd I e 3 222 335 561 137 3 140 223 924 RACE Non-Resident A I len 3 2 5 6 Black, Non-Hispanic 6 6 12 2 2 11 25 American l ndla11 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 3 5 8 2 11 Hisoanlc 10 11 21 1 1 7 29 Wh I te. Non-Hispanic 3 271 402 671 185 192 315 I. 184 AGE Mean 29 2 I 29 31 30 35 43 35 36 32 Median 29 21 26 29 78 34 41 34 35 31 RESIDENCY 111State 2 283 470 706 189 7 196 329 1 2 3 I Out-of-State 7 4 12 I 6 19 Non-Resi<.Jen t AI ien 3 2 5 6 35 S t uUe11 t s are i11c luded in campus headcount if they atteod courses on that campus

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ll1e IJntve sl ty uf Su1.1tl1 F lu1 i1la EllROLLMEtll tlEAO CUUNl S Ft. Myers Campus, Continued Fa I I 1990 UNDERl.iRAOUAIES GRADUATES Fr e shn1e11 Sophon10 re Jun tor Senf or Total COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters 2 Natural Sciences 3 3 Soclat Sciences 87 70 157 Business 2 103 181 287 Educat ton 95 148 244 Engineer tng Fine Arts Independent Studies New Cottege Unclasstf led Undeclared 2 2 Medicine Medlcat Sciences Nursing 2 24 26 Puhl le Heal th t11r:lu<.Jes majors a11d i11te11ued majors [CJunts tor the "ewly organized Culleye of Arts & Sciences can be obtah1ed hy s11mmtrHJ thocoe of Ar ts P. letters. Natural <)rie1u:es anct '-)octal Srtenre!I; Mastt1r/EdS PhD 16 73 99 7 UIHER Tutal Prof. Unt: I Total 2 3 16 173 73 360 106 350 2 336 336 2 27

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lfle University uf Sou t 11 FI or i tla LMENT I If A OCOlJNT S lake I anr1 C e nter Fa I I 1990 UNOERGRAOUAIES GRADUATES OHIER Freshman Sophomore Junfo, Senf or Total Master-/EdS PhD Total Pruf Unc I Total HEADCOUNT 6 '15 117 238 116 4 120 385 743 STATUS Fu 1 I T lme 4 47 so 101 14 3 '7 9 127 Par t -T lme 2 68 67 '3 7 102 103 376 616 SEX Male 2 42 62 106 29 30 126 262 Fema I e 4 73 SS 132 87 3 90 2S9 481 RACE Non-Resident A I len l Black, Non-Hispanic 10 8 18 7 ']7 52 Amer lean Indian 1 1 Asian, Pacif lc Islander 3 2 6 4 4 5 1S Hispanic 1 2 5 7 Wh I te. llon-Hlsparolc s 100 106 2' 1 104 4 108 348 667 AGE Mean 24 28 30 29 38 41 38 40 36 Median 19 25 26 26 3 8 42 38 40 35 llESIOENCv In-State 6 114 115 235 116 4 120 383 738 Out-of-State 2 2 2 4 No11-Resident-Alien 37 Students a1 E: incluUec..J in camps if tlly attend <.:our ses 011 that c.:ampus

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lht! Unive1 s ft'r u f Suutt t= lur ida I MENT llEADCOIJN T S Lakeland Center-. Cont lruied Fa I I 1990 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES F eahmen Sophomore Jun tor Senf ur-Total COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters 7 8 Natural Sciences 2 4 Social Sciences 2 38 40 80 Business 20 13 33 El.fu<.:at 1011 27 40 67 Engineering 3 14 18 35 Fine Arts 2 3 l11depende11t Studies llew Co 1 1 ege Unclasslf led Undeclared 6 Medicine MecJlcal Scle11ces llurslng Pub I I c Hea I th clut.Jes major s and intended major s Cnurits fo1 the ne""ly flrganfzerJ College of Arts & Sl.iP.1c:es can he obtaffle<.J t,,.. s11111ndr19 those o f Arts A. Letters. Natural Scienres anti Sor:\al Sctences. Maste1 /EcJS PhD 4 4 99 4 8 'J8 OTHER Total P1of. U11c I Total 4 12 4 4 84 34 103 170 8 43 3 385 385

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the Un 1 ver s It y uf South r I U It.I< EtmOLLMEtH 1 tEADCOUtl TS Sarasota la111pus Fa I I 1990 UNUERURAOUAlES 1;1lAUllA 1 ES OlHER Fr eshrnan Sophomor e Junior Santor lotal Mas t e 1 /Ed S PhD Total p, o f Unc I Total HEADCOUNl 16 153 561 699 I, 449 135 2 1J7 384 I, 970 STATUS Fu I 1 T lme 1'1 151 375 353 893 10 19 16 928 Part-lime 2 2 206 346 556 117 118 368 1 .042 SEX Male 5 72 220 27 I 568 46 2 48 125 74 1 Female I I 8 1 361 428 881 89 8 9 259 1 229 RACE ldent A It en 2 4 4 10 "l I J Black. !Ion-Hispanic 5 12 7 24 4 4 10 30 Indian Asian, Pac If I c Is I ander 9 11 9 29 1 I 3 33 Hispanic l 8 13 17 39 5 5 J 47 Wh I te, !Ion-Hispanic 15 129 541 662 1. 347 12 4 2 126 366 1. 839 AGE Mean 20 19 26 JO 27 36 38 36 39 30 Median 19 18 22 27 24 34 38 34 37 26 RESIOEllCV I 11-St ate 1 J 86 468 634 1. 20 l 133 2 135 370 1. 706 O ut-of-State 3 65 109 61 238 I I 2 251 tlon-Res I dentA 1 len 2 4 4 10 2 13 'Incl 11.iu 1111 Jo rs eml Int l!nrted 11111 I ors *'SL11tll!nt1 ore lucluJeJ lu coiwp1111 If they attend co11r11l!1 on thut c1111111111 llOTf.: For Sarasota llnlveralty l'rogra111, rteduct flew r.ol lege, 111 s hown on l'"l'C! 25, frot11 lid" ilntu 39

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1 lJrdve sit -y u t South r 1t1 r 1 dn ENROL LMEtlT HEAOC:OUNTS Sarasota Campus, (n11t l11ued Fal I 1990 lltlOERGRAOUA TES GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total -----------COLL.EGE ArCt.ltecture Arts & Sciences Arts & letters 5 15 24 45 Natural Sciences 3 3 2 2 10 Social Sciences 7 91 111 210 Busl11ess 3 128 202 334 E<.lucat Ion 2 95 147 244 Engineering 20 32 52 FI ne Arts 3 Studies tlew College 137 219 162 518 Unc lass If led Undo;,c I a ed 3 2 6 5 16 Mertie lne Medical Sciences Uursft1g 4 13 1 7 Pub I le Hea I th f11c l1JcJes niajurs and intended majr.,rs C.n11nt5 for rtP.wly urganizec1 C:oltege of Arts & r:an he obtiined IJy sumnoi"y tloose or Ar ts & Letters, Natural and Social S ciences. Master/Eds PhD -6 27 38 49 8 7 l1() UTltER Total P rof. Uncl Total 7 52 10 27 237 38 372 49 293 9 61 3 518 384 384 16 17 7 7

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FllROI UAEN r ttEAOCOltNTS S .t. Petersburg C;unpus, (u11tl11uell f-11 II 1990 UNOERGRAUUAlES GRAOUATfS Freshmen Sophomore Junior Senior Tote I COLLEGE Ar-chi lecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters 57 66 124 Heturel Sciences 6 13 20 Social Sciences 5 139 171 315 Business 3 289 506 798 Education 3 160 229 392 Engineering 3 30 97 130 Fine Arts 3 4 Independent Studies New College Unt. I ass 11 I ed Uneleclered 2 4 34 Medicine Meellcel .Sciences Nursing 4 I 7 21 Publ le Health J1u. ma jor s Atid ttenrJP.d majors tuunts tte t1ewly orgardzel.J Colleye of Lan l.Je ulJtal11ed hy s11norni"'J those of Arts & l.etters, tlatural Sciences and Social Sciences. Mester/EdS PhD 15 56 44 15 94 126 42 OTttER Tote I Prof. Uncl. Tote I 16 140 100 120 15 330 94 892 127 519 130 4 611 611 34 21

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Universit ) o t S o u t h F I() I 'ct F MR(ll LME tl T H E A O (Olltl T S l amp a l a mpus Fa I I 199 0 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES O THER Freshman Sophomore Juni o r Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. U n.: I Total HEADCO U N T 3 ,480 2,272 5,268 7 1 ID 18. 130 3,381 831 4,212 377 3 ,206 2 5 ,925 STATUS Fu II T I me 2,896 I .855 3,549 3,961 12.261 I 287 484 1 771 377 239 14,648 Par t T i me 584 417 1. 7 19 3, 149 5 ,869 2 ,094 347 2,441 2.967 277 S E X Male 1 .599 I ,012 2 .379 3. 411 9.400 I 346 4 I I I 75 7 249 I 258 I I ,664 Fen1 a I e I .882 I. 260 2.889 3.699 9 730 2.035 420 2 ,455 128 I .948 14. 261 RAC E Mun-Residen t A I I en 60 54 133 145 392 179 I I 4 293 36 721 Black. Non-Hisnanl c 259 122 no 313 924 130 39 169 14 149 I 256 American Indian I 1 9 6 17 11 2 13 I 2 33 Asian. Pacific Islander 149 79 163 222 612 54 11 65 35 72 784 H ispani c 310 185 340 426 I. 261 147 27 174 35 189 I .659 Wh I te. NunH ispanfc 2. 70 I I. 832 4 ,393 5 ,998 14,924 2,860 638 3 ,498 292 2. 758 21 472 A G E Mean 19 21 24 27 24 33 36 34 25 35 27 M e d ian 19 20 22 24 22 3 I 35 32 24 33 23 RESIDENCY In-State 2,944 1 ,899 4,733 6.650 16. 126 3 ,057 656 3,713 377 2 .983 23. 199 Out-ofS tate 576 319 402 315 1 ,612 145 61 206 187 2.005 Non-Resident-All e n 60 54 133 145 392 179 I 14 293 36 721 43 S tudP.r1ts a rP. inc lude d 1r1 r.ampus headcoun t if they attend courses on t hat campus

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lhe Utl 1 Vt!I j t) "'011tl1 t-10 1 ltl;1 HEAO C OIJN 1 S 1 ampa Camus Lo11t inuetJ Fa I I 1Y9U UtlOERGRADUll TES GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total -COLLEGE Arch I lecture Arts & Sciences Ar ts & Letters 228 191 596 706 1 721 Natur a I Sciences 534 356 493 615 1 ,998 Socia I Sciences 340 298 1 100 l. 309 3,047 Business 718 446 I 228 1 ,803 4. 195 Ec1ucat Ion 224 203 801 1 ,096 2.324 Englneer ing 323 240 535 l 138 2,236 Fin e Arts 163 1D9 187 274 733 Independent Studies 2 7 9 18 New Co I I ege 2 J IJnc I ass I f I ed Undeclared 950 423 266 65 1 ,704 Medicine Medi cal Sciences Nursing 4 54 93 151 Pub I le Hea I th 111aj11rs atJ i11tenrJed majors Counts for the urgariizeLI College of A r t s & 5 Lie111es ca11 l.Je obtainetJ IJy 5,,.,.111ing those of Arts & Letters, Natural Sc.ienr:es a>d Social Sciences. Master/Eds PhD -----58 247 80 175 100 522 165 692 32 953 284 248 1l3 61 42 180 245 15 4L1 OTHER Total Prof Unc I lot al 58 58 327 2,048 275 2,273 687 3,734 724 4 ,919 1. 237 3,561 361 2.597 61 794 18 3 J,206 3,206 1. 704 377 377 42 42 180 331 260 260

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FTIC Community Lower Number Appl led 7,535 457 Nunooer AcceptecJ 4,098 162 % Applied Who Were Accepted 54.4 35. 4 Number Enrol led I ,928 108 % Accepted Who Enrol led 47 .0 66. 7 The University o f South Florida NEW DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS Applied, Accepted, and Enrolled Total University Fall 1990 UNDERGRADUATES College Transfers Other Transfers Upper Lower Upper 2,846 1 ,502 1 ,803 2,664 503 I ,333 93.6 33. 5 73.9 I ,934 266 778 72. 6 52. 9 58. 4 GRADUATES New to Previously Degreed USF From USF 4. 108 I ,045 I, 383 683 33. 7 65.4 798 579 57. 7 84. 8 45

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FTIC 1 ,928 STATUS Full t lme 1 ,615 Part-time 313 SEX Male 857 Female 1. 071 RACE Non-Resident A I ien 3 l Black, Non-Hispanic 96 American Indian Asian. Paclf lc Islander 96 Hispanic 143 White. Non-Hispanic 1 ,562 AVERAGE ENTERING GPA 3.0 AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT 23 SAT 1032 GRE GMAT NOTE: FTIC First Time in College The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Total University Fall 1990 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lo"er Upper Lo"er Upper 108 1 ,934 266 778 77 1. 215 216 494 3 l 719 50 284 58 756 128 339 50 I. 178 138 439 l 8 14 62 2 90 6 28 3 2 2 41 12 10 4 101 17 26 99 1,691 217 650 2 9 2 9 2 8 2 8 24 24 1027 1028 New to USF 798 472 326 365 433 81 42 1 23 25 626 3.2 1066 545 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 579 244 335 241 338 17 19 18 32 493 3.3 1049 549 47

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FTIC The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE -SEEKING STUDENTS Total University, continued Fa I I 1990 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters 113 11 160 llatural Sciences 321 11 141 Social Sciences 148 21 387 Business 332 27 522 Education 121 15 472 Engineering 201 7 129 Fine Arts 87 2 32 Independent Studies New Co II ege 106 2 Undeclared 499 12 62 Med;cine Medical Sciences Nursing 2 26 Pub I I c Hea I th majur s a11d intended majors Counts for the newly organized College of Arts & Sciences can be obtained hy summing those of Arts & Letters. Natural Sciences and Social Sciences. 18 72 40 85 37 140 74 215 24 114 27 45 10 28 4 6 44 29 25 6 New to USF 5 52 57 102 190 157 75 9 2 70 6 33 40 48 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 3 41 31 73 95 199 59 8 4 26 14 25

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu I I -t lme Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic Amer lean Ind Ian Asian, Paclf lc Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC Inc ludes majo r s and intended major s The Un iversity of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Architecture -All Campuses Fall 1990 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper New to USF 5 3 2 4 5 3 I 1074 Previously Degreed From USF 3 2 3 3 2 9 1057 49

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The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Arts & Letters -All Campuses Fall 1990 50 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu I I t lme Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non -Hispanic American lndlan Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White. Non-Hispanic A VERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC 113 96 17 41 72 3 5 I 8 96 2 9 23 1007 111c l uc.Jes majors aric.J major s Community College Transfers Lower Upper 11 7 4 6 5 2 8 2 7 23 993 160 113 47 54 106 10 2 11 136 2 9 Counts f o r the newly organized College of A r t s & Sciences can be obtained ny s111nmin g ttonse of Arts & Letters. Natural Sc iP.n ces and Social Sciences. Other Transfers Lower Upper 18 72 17 53 1 19 B 21 10 51 2 8 2 1 2 1 3 13 57 2 6 2 8 26 1036 New to USF 52 30 22 22 30 2 49 3 3 1121 Previously Degreed From USF 41 28 13 15 26 2 4 35 3 4 1093

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The University of So11th Florida NEW DEGREESEEKING STUDENTS Natural Sciences -All Campuses Fall 1990 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Community College Transfers Other Transfers HEADCOUNT" STATUS Fu II -t I me 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 321 281 40 130 191 5 15 23 29 249 3 2 23 1034 Includes majors and intended majors Lower Upper 11 8 3 6 5 I 10 3 1 23 1108 141 95 46 69 72 2 9 9 10 111 2 9 C o unts for the newly organized College of Arts & Sciences can be obtained IJy summirig t11ose ut Arts & Letters. Natural Sc.iences and Social Sciences. Lower 40 31 9 19 21 3 3 33 2 9 25 1040 Upper 85 47 38 40 45 5 3 2 6 69 2 7 New to USF 57 45 12 34 23 15 3 I 2 36 3 2 1143 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 31 23 8 21 10 3 3 3 I 21 3 2 1158 51

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fhe University of South Florida NEW DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS Social Sciences Al I Campuses Fall 1990 52 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu I I l I me Part-time SEX Ma!e Female RACE FTIC 148 121 27 42 106 Alien l Black, Non-Hispanic 7 American Indian Asian, Pac If ic Islander 1 Hispanic 12 White, Non-Hispanic 121 A VERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GAE GMAT 3 0 24 1030 ln c lu
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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu I I t lme Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic A VERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTJC 332 273 S9 170 162 I 1 18 lS 17 27 1 3 0 23 lOOD Includes majors and intended majors The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS Business -All Campuses Fall 1990 UNDERGRADUATES Convnunlty College Transfers Other Transfers Lo,.er Upper Lower Upper 27 20 1 IS 12 26 2 8 24 992 S22 280 242 268 2S4 4 19 14 24 461 2 9 74 21S S7 129 1 7 86 46 107 28 108 5 38 7 1 4 3 2 4 62 162 2 7 2.8 23 lODO Ne .. to USF 190 93 97 112 78 11 6 6 4 163 3 2 545 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 9S 48 47 50 45 3 1 6 es 3 3 1260 549 53

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FTIC HEAOCOUNT 121 STAIUS Fu 1 I -time 102 Part-time 19 SEX Male 23 Female 98 RACE Non-Resident A 1 len Black, Non-Hispanic 4 Amer\can Indian Asian. Pacific Islander 3 Hispanic 4 Wh I le. Non-Hispanic 110 A V ERAGE ENTERING GPA 3 0 AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT 22 SAT 1007 GRE GMAT fnc ludes majors and intendect majors The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE -SEEKING STUDENTS Education -Al I Campuses Fa II 1990 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers lower Upper Lower Upper 15 472 24 114 11 346 21 72 4 126 3 42 5 81 2 19 10 391 22 95 11 3 3 1 2 1 20 1 5 15 436 23 104 3 2 3.0 2 9 2 9 26 22 1055 1038 Ne" to USF 157 62 95 24 133 5 14 2 2 134 3 2 1008 54 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 199 41 158 51 148 1 8 7 183 3.2 1003

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu 1 1 -time Part-time SE X Male Female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Paclf ic Islander Hispanic White. Non-Hispanic A V ERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC 201 170 31 154 47 4 24 13 20 140 3 2 25 1082 nc l11cJes majors and intended majors The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Engineering -Al 1 Campuses Fal I 1990 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES Community College Transfers Lower Upper 7 2 5 7 5 2 6 25 965 129 75 54 102 27 I 10 9 7 102 3 0 Other Transfers Lower Upper 27 45 24 26 3 19 2 1 33 6 12 5 5 2 2 20 37 2 8 2 8 27 1073 New to USF 75 55 20 7 1 4 41 2 I 2 29 3 I 1181 Previously Degreed From USF 59 24 35 51 8 8 4 4 43 3 1 1166 55

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu I I t l me Part-time S E X Male Female RAC E FTIC 87 66 21 31 56 Non-Residen t Al l e n I Blac k No n H ispanic 3 A m erican Indian Asian, Pacific Islander I H ispan i c 4 W hite, Non-Hispani c 78 A VERAG E ENTERIN G GPA 2 8 A VERAG E TEST SCORE ACT 22 SAT 960 GRE GMAT fnc l11rtes majors a nrt intended majors The Univ e r s ity o f S o uth Florida NEW DEGREE -SEEKING STUDENTS Fine Arts -Alt Campuses Fal I 1990 UNOERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Uper Lower Upper 2 2 2 2 2 6 2 5 9 5 5 32 23 9 12 20 1 30 3.0 10 9 I 4 6 10 3 0 25 1060 28 21 7 19 9 2 I 25 2 8 New to USF 9 7 2 I 8 B 3 5 1030 56 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 8 7 I 8 3 3 965

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llEAOCOUNT' SrAllJS Fu 11 I lme Part-time SEX Male Female RACE tlon-Restdent .llten Black, llon-Htspantc .loner lean Ind Ian Asian, Paclf lc Islander 111 s I c Wht le, llon-Htspantc AVER.lGE ENTERlllG GP.& AVERAGE !EST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GM.&T FTIC Inc I udes ma jur s ancJ Int ended majors Tile Ur1lve1slty of So\1tl1 flort,to OEGflEE-SEEl
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llEAOCOUtlT STATUS Fu I I -t I me Part-time SEX IAale Female RACE FTIC 106 106 SJ SJ Non-Resident Allen 1 Black, Hon -Hispanic 2 American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander 7 tH:.panlc 5 Whit11, tlon-Hlspanlc 91 A VERAGE ENTERING GPA A VERAGE TEST SCORE A ( T SAT GRE GIAAT 3 4 29 1238 The University at South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS New Co 11 eye Fall 1990 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Trenafera Luwvr Upper Lower Upper 2 2 2 3 9 6 6 4 2 6 3 2 24 1206 44 44 27 17 I 1 41 3 5 First Tl1ne In r.ollege enter llc\I r.ollege 11:1 S,1ph11111or"11 llOTE: For S11rasot a C11111p11s, se" page 70 New to USF 58 GRADUATES Prevloualy Degreed From USF

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu I I -t lme Par t t I me S E X Male Female RACE Non -Resident Allen Black, Non -H;spanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non -Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA A VERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC 499 400 99 213 286 5 18 26 44 406 2 9 23 997 The University o f Soutll Ftorl
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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu II -t I me Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Paclf lc Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS Medicine Fall 1990 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lo .. er Upper Ne" to USF 70 70 49 21 5 1 7 6 51 3 5 60 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 26 26 14 12 2 6 2 16 3.6

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llEADCOUllT STATUS Fu I I -t I me l'
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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu I I -t lme Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic Wnite. Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC The Univer51ty of Soutl1 Flor l
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HEADCOUNT STATUS f u I I -t I 111e Part-time SEX Male female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American lnalan Asian, Pacific lslanaer Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTJC The University of South NEW STUOENTS Puollc Health -Al I Campuses Fall 1990 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Tranafera Oth11r Transf era Lower Upper Lower Upper GRADUATES New to Previously Oegre11d USF From USF 40 25 18 6 22 I 7 10 7 30 18 3 3 J 1 31 22 3 3 3 1 1042 1073 63

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu I I -t lme Part t I me 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 The University of South Floricla NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENfS Continuing Education Fal I 1990 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper 2 9 Student s are inc luc1ed in h e a tcount if they at t en<1 c:rt!d1 t CED courses New to USF 20 2 18 9 11 I 5 I 1 J J I 991 64 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 27 J 2 4 19 8 2 2 23 3 I I 125

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The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Continuing Education, continued fa II 1990 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES fTIC Community College Transfers Lower Upper COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Natural Sciences Social Sciences Business Education Engineering fine Arts Independent Studies New College Undeclared Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Pull I i c Hea I th l11clutJes majors a11d lnte11detJ majors Counts for the newly orga11izetJ College of Arts & Sciences can be obtained by those ot Arts & Letters. Natural Sciences and Social Sciences. Other Transfers Lower Upper New to USf 9 7 4 Previously Degreed from USF 7 20 65

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MEAOCOUllT SIAfUS Fu I 1-t lme Part-time SE>< I.tale ft:malu RACE Non-Resident Allen BI ack, tlon-lil span I c Amertcan lndlen Asian, Pacific lslandur tllspanlc Wlilte, !Ion-Hispanic AVEHAliE EIHEA ltlG (;PA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACf SAT GAE GMAT FTIC I he lln I vnnd Iv of Soul h f I 01 I 110 NEW OE(jlltf-SEfKlfl(j SIUUt:IHS ft. ,.,ya rs <.:11mpua Fall 1990 UtlOEAGAAOUATES Convnun It v College Transfers Olher Trensfer s Lo .. er Upper Lo .. er Upper 150 Ill 89 36 I 14 4 5 14 I 3 0 2 2 2 2 3 I 990 29 10 19 10 19 2 2 I 24 2 7 Stuctents are \11cllldf?
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FTIC The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS ft. Myers Campus. cur1ttr1ueU Fa 11 199D UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Natural Sciences 2 Social Sciences 40 Business 57 Education 50 Engineering Fine Arts Independent Studies New College Undeclared Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Public Health includes majors and intended majors Counts for the newly organized College of Arts & Sci e n ces can he obtained 1 1 y summing those o f Arts & Letters, Natural S c iences and S o cial S ciences 8 13 7 New to USF 19 4 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 2 4 12 67

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu I I -t lme Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacif lc Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE -SEEKING Lakeland Center Fa I I 1990 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper 36 15 2 1 I 7 19 3 2 I 30 3 0 3 2 3 2 3 2 26 1010 15 6 9 7 8 I 2 I 2 2 9 Students are incluned in campus headcount if they attend courses on that campus New to USF 8 2 6 1 7 8 3 1 1048 68 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 17 2 15 6 11 16 3 4 949

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FTIC The University of South Florida NEW STUDENTS Lakeland Center, continued Fall 1990 UNDERGRADUATES Co111111Untty College Transfers Other Transters Lower Upper Lower Upper COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Natural Sciences Social Sciences 8 Buslneas 7 Education 8 Engineering 8 Fine Arts Independent Studlea New Co I lege Undeclared 3 Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Publ le Health Includes majors and Intended majors Counts for the newly organized College of Arts & Sciences can be obtained by summing those of Arts & Letters. Natural Sciences anll Social Sciences. 2 7 3 3 New to USF 8 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 16 69

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I IE A or.111111 T STATUS F" I I I I rne Par I -I I 11111 SEX I.la 1 t! f t!lllU I u RACE f Tl c toe 100 5J 55 Al tun I lt1<1c k llo11-11tspa11lc 2 Amt!r lean l11Lllan Asian, Pacific Islander 7 1tlsp<1ntc 5 Whtlu, 11011-tltspanlc 93 AVERAl>E ENTERlllG GPA AIJF.RAllF. TEST SCORE A C f SAT GflE (;I.IA T 3 4 29 1236 Co11w11un It y l.uwu1 fht1 U11l11erslly of Soulh flort110 llEW DEGREE -SEEKlllCt SlllDEIHS Sarasota Campus Fall 1990 UllDERGRADUAlES Cotleoe Transfers Olher Transfers llppu lowur Upper 163 9 77 05 6 54 78 3 23 54 5 J'1 109 'I 4J 5 I I J I 154 9 74 J O 3.0 2 8 25 I 154 1111'1'1:: F11r tl11lv.,r:d1y l'r111;ra1111 1lc1h11 : l """ l:ull"t:'' olal,11 :.11111111 1111 p.1i;1: 50, 1111111 lid:; 1111111 7 0 GRADUATES tie" to Prevlously Oegree
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FTIC The University of South Florioa NEW DEGREESEEKING STUDENTS Sarasota Cmpus, continued Fall 1990 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Otner Transfers Lo .. er Upper Lower Upper COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters 6 Natural Sciences Socia! Sciences JB Business 59 Education 44 Engineering B Fine Arts Independent Studies New College 106 2 Undeclared Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Put.JI ic Heal th In cludes majors and intended majors Count5 for the newly organized Colleye of A r t s & S ciences can IJe oOtainetJ tiy 5u111111ing those u t A rts & Letters, Natural S c ie11 ces a11d Social S ciences. 2 12 2 1 I B 6 44 Ne" to USF 2 J 5 11 2 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From uSF 2 J 14 71

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu I I -ti me Part-time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Reslaent Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian. Pacific lslanaer Hispanic wnite, Non-Hispanic AVERAGE ENTERING GPA AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT SAT GRE GMAT FTIC The University of Soutll Flo1taa NEW STUDENlS St. Petersburg Campus Fall 1990 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper 5 3 2 1 4 5 3.2 23 961 268 124 144 98 170 17 4 8 239 3 0 3 1 2 3 3 2.6 24 1040 64 25 39 19 45 I 3 1 58 2 9 Students are Included in campus hea
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fTIC The University of South f lorlda NEW DEGREESEEKING STUOEHTS St. Petersburg Campus, continued fall 1990 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters 26 Natura I Sc lances Social Sciences 56 Business 98 Education 3 68 Engineering 9 fine Arts Independent Studies ue .. Co I I ege Undeclared 9 Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Pub I i c Hea Ith Includes majors and intended majors Counts tor the newly oryanizetl College of Arts & Scier11 .. es can lle outainelural SLi.,11ces a11l.I Soci<>I Sci.,,.L.,S. 8 7 JO 13 3 2 Ne" to USf 2 22 2 2 I 19 GRADUATES Prevlously Degreed from USf 3 4 2 7 26 73

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FTIC HEADCOUNT I ,822 STATUS Full-t;me 1 ,509 Part-time 313 SEX Male 804 Female 1 ,018 RACE Non-Resident Allen 3D Black, Non-Hispanic 94 American Indian Asian, Pac;flc Islander 89 Hispanic 138 Whl te, Non-Hispanic I, 47 I AVERAGE ENTERING GPA 3 0 AVERAGE TEST SCORE ACT 23 SAT 1016 GRE GMAT The University of South flurlcJa NEW DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS Tampa Campus Fal I 1990 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper 103 1. 392 252 624 73 987 210 419 30 405 42 205 57 587 123 277 46 805 129 347 1 8 14 59 2 64 6 24 3 2 2 35 I 2 6 4 ea 1 7 23 94 I, 194 203 510 2 8 2 9 2 8 2 8 24 24 1024 1024 Students are included in campus headcount it they attenCI courses on t11a t campus New to USF 687 451 236 325 362 76 35 1 22 21 532 3 3 1071 548 7 4 GRADUATES Previously Degreeo From USF 496 24 I 255 2D6 290 17 18 15 29 417 3.3 1051 549

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FTIC The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS Tampa Campus, continued Fa 11 1990 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters 113 10 133 Natural Sciences 321 11 137 Social Sciences 148 2D 275 Business 332 26 314 Education 121 13 317 Engineering 201 7 112 Fine Arts 87 2 31 Independent Studies New Co 11 ege Undeclared 499 12 47 Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing 2 25 Public Hea I th Includes majors and intended majors Counts for the newly organized College of Arts & Sciences can be obtained by summing those of Arts & Letters, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences. 18 67 39 84 36 113 70 166 23 92 27 42 10 28 4 28 22 6 New to USF 5 52 41 99 151 118 66 9 2 70 6 33 35 GRADUATES Previously Degreed From USF 3 39 30 70 87 15D 40 8 3 26 14 25 75

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The University of South Florida HISTORY OF NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Annual Headcount fADCOONT LtURCAMIUAlES Fi.-.1 lTme In Cdlev 2.'POO 2,.600 2,500 2,COO 2,300 2,,200 ......... ... $/ti\"' ,,.11t1',9r.r.J'I ,g&'l/ 't{AR fADCOONT 2,600 2,,200 2,000 9,o/&' ... 9e$/&\1tft.919,'1/tl> 't{AR fADCOJNr ...... a,aoo 2,1100 2,.600 ,>!'',,.., ,,...,,.1 ... 11"' , 't{AR fADCW 2,,200 2,000 1,100 l,IOO ... ... ,1'11,$/&4, .... ,f!J, ... ti/fli1 .. f"'I 9/tl> 't{AR 76

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The University of South Florida INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS* Total University Fall 1990 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES ClTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/Eds FhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 60 56 143 152 411 185 124 309 42 762 SEX Male 39 41 78 111 269 115 97 212 23 504 Female 21 15 65 41 142 70 27 97 19 258 AGE Mean 20 21 23 25 23 27 31 29 28 26 Median 20 21 22 24 22 26 30 27 25 24 COUNTRY Central Near/Middle Southeast Africa Carri bean America Europe Far East East South America Asia Other Egypt 7 Bahamas 13 El Salvador 3 Austria 1 Hong Kong 5 Bahrain 4 Argentina 1 Bangladesh 2 Australia 3 Ethiopia 1 Barbados 4 Guatemala 2 Belgium 2 Japan 24 Cyprus 5 Bolivia 4 India 91 Canada 39 Guinea 1 Dominican Honduras 4 Finland 1 People's Rep. Iran 10 Brazil 6 Indonesia 12 Netherlands Kenya 1 Republic 3 Mexico 2 France 29 of China 76 Israel 7 Chile 2 Malaysia 9 Territory 20 Morocco 12 Grenada 2 Gennany 14 Phillipines 5 Jordan 5 Columbia 6 Pakistan 14 United King -Nigeria 2 Haiti 2 Greece 3 Rep. of China Kuwait 3 Ecuador 2 Singapore 9 dom Terr. 13 Sferra Jamaica 14 11 Iceland 3 (Taiwan) 20 Lebanon 18 Guyana 1 Sri Lanka 7 Unknown 30 Leone 1 Trinidad & Ireland 1 Rep. of Korea 22 Saudi Peru 8 Thailand 5 South Tobago 20 Italy 3 Arabia 6 Uruguay 1 Africa 3 Nether-Syria 4 Venezuela 11 105 Zaire 1 lands 7 152 Turkey 10 149 Zambia 1 58 Norway 15 Poland 1 42 Spain 7 72 30 Sweden 3 Switzer-land 3 United Kingdom 45 Yugoslavia 5 *Non-Resident Aliens 143 77

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National Merit Corporate-Sponsored Scholars and $2,000 Scholars National Achieve ment Scholars Special Corporate-Sponsored Merit Scholars USF-Sponsored National Merit Scholars Total SOURCE: Admissions Office The University of South Florida NATIONAL MERIT AND ACHlEVEMENT SCHOLARS Fall 1990 SCHOLARS Continuing New Total Tampa 7 4 11 2 l l 2 l 3 ..l! 12 43 2 41 17 58 4 78 N E W SCHOLARS Campus Residency New College Florida Non-Florida 2 2 2 l 1 10 8 4 13 10 7

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Tile University of Sou tll Florida NIGHT VERSUS DAY HEADCOUNT Total University by Co 11 ege Fa I I 1990 lower Upper Graduate Professional Architecture Night 4 Day 29 Both 25 Total 58 Arts 8. Sciences Arts 8. letters Night 6 128 87 Day 239 669 149 Both 176 619 102 Total 421 I ,416 338 Natural Sciences Night 8 63 10 Day 530 675 276 Both 353 392 63 Total 891 I, 130 349 Social Sciences Night 16 495 216 Day 323 I, 145 3 I I Both 302 I, 325 202 Total 641 2.965 729 Business Night 4g I, I 77 48B Day 635 I ,463 195 Both 49g 1 ,566 198 Total 1, I 73 4,206 881 Education Night 4 201 952 Day 262 1. 265 359 Both 164 1. 241 294 Total 430 2,707 I, 605 Counts for the newly organized College of Arts 8. Sciences can be obtained by those of Arts 8. letters, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences. Unclassified Total of Total 4 6 9 29 50. 0 25 43. I 58 100. 0 22 I 10. 2 I, 057 48. 6 897 41. 2 2, I 75 100. 0 6 I 3.4 I ,46 I 62. 5 806 34. I 2,370 100. 0 727 16. 6 I, 779 41. 0 I ,62g 42. 2 4,335 100. 0 I, 7 I 4 27.4 2,293 36.6 2,253 36.0 6, 260 100. 0 I, 157 24. 4 I ,886 39. 8 I ,69g 35. 8 4,742 100. 0 79

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80 The University of South Florida NIGHT VERSUS DAV HEADCOUNT Total University by Co I lege Fal I 1990 Lower Upper Graduate Profess Iona I Unclasslf led Total % of Total Engineering Night 21 290 252 563 19 4 Day 366 894 165 1 ,425 49.2 Both 178 610 121 909 31..4 Total 565 1,794 538 2,897 100.0 Fine Arts Night 2 21 5 28 3 5 Day 180 310 38 528 66. 2 Both 90 134 1B 242 30. 3 Total 272 465 61 79B 100. 0 Independent Studies Night Day 14 14 77. 8 Both 2 2 4 22. 2 Total 2 16 1B 100. 0 New College Night Day 137 3B3 520 99. B Both 1 I 0.2 Total 137 384 521 100. 0 Unclassified Night 2,B75 2,B75 53.6 Day 1 ,982 I ,982 36. 9 Both 509 509 9.5 Total 5,366 5,366 100. 0 Undeclared Night 30 55 85 4.9 Day 817 166 983 56. 3 Both 528 150 678 38. 8 Total 1 ,375 371 I 746 100.0

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The University of South Florida NIGHT VERSUS DAY HEADCOUNT Total University t>y Co liege Fa 11 1990 Lower Upper Graduate Professional Unclassified Total 'lo of Total Medicine Night 1 1 0 3 Day 376 376 99. 7 Both Total 377 377 lDD D Medical Sciences Night Day 39 39 92.9 Both 3 3 7. I Total 42 42 IDD. D Nursing Night 3 19 22 5 7 Day 4 183 1D6 293 76. 3 Both 14 55 69 18 D Total 4 2DD 18D 384 1DD. D Public Health Night 148 148 54.6 Day 34 34 12. 5 Both 89 89 32. 8 Total 271 271 lDD D 81

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82 The University of South Florida NIGHT VERSUS DAY HEADCOUNT Total University by Campus Fa I I 1990 Lower Upper Graduate Professional Unclassified Total 'll. of Total TOTAL UNIVERSITY Night 136 2 ,433 2. 181 1 2,875 7,626 23. 6 Day 3.493 7 167 1 701 376 1 ,982 14. 719 45. 5 Both 2 ,282 6 ,054 I, 170 509 10,015 30. 9 Total 5 ,911 15,654 5,052 377 5,366 32,360 100. 0 Continuing Ed Night 11 222 356 589 68. 5 Day 21 24 166 211 24.5 Both 8 31 21 60 7.0 Total 40 277 543 860 100. 0 Ft Myers Night 36 66 38 14 l 11. 2 Day 441 115 275 831 66. 2 Both 3 242 16 23 284 22. 6 Total 4 719 197 336 I, 256 100. 0 Lakeland Night 2 110 99 354 565 76. 0 Day 1 37 7 20 65 8 7 Both 3 85 14 11 I 13 15. 2 Total 6 232 120 385 743 100. 0 Sarasota/New Col I ege Night 3 27g 1 15 272 669 34. 0 Day 151 536 4 67 758 38. 5 Both 15 465 18 45 543 27. 6 Total 169 1. 280 137 384 1. 970 100. 0 st Petersburg N ight 4 659 198 410 I 271 45. 4 Oay 4 303 99 123 529 18 9 Both 11 858 55 78 1 ,002 35. 8 Total 19 1 ,82(J 3 5 2 611 2,802 100. 0 Tampa Night 126 1 452 1 580 1 1 472 4 ,631 17 9 Day 3.352 5,959 1. 486 376 1. 34 7 12,520 48. 3 Both 2 ,274 4,967 1. 146 387 8. 774 3 3 8 Total 5,752 12,378 4,21 2 377 3,206 25. 925 1 0 0 0 N OTE: Students are included i n campus headcount if they attend courses on that camrius

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College E & G TOTAL Lower Upper Classroom lbesis/Dissertation Total Architecture Graduate Classroom lbesis/Dissertation Total Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lbesis/Dissertation Total Natural Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lbesis/Dissertation Total Social Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lbesis/Dissertation Total Business Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lbesis/Dissertation Total The llniversity of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STIJDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Campuses 1989-90 Annual ITE Sununer SCH 4,040 19,066 9,779 62 ,010 2, 718 17 ,561 174 1,100 16 '711 99, 737 48 305 1 49 305 970 3,567 1,289 7,349 142 774 13 83 2,414 11, 773 1,156 5 ,974 899 5, 778 169 775 45 338 2,269 12,865 768 4,284 1,934 11,305 382 1,839 42 167 3,126 17 ,595 597 3,315 1,968 13,599 535 3,235 3 22 3,103 20,171 Fall SCH Spring SCH 76,520 66,005 165,176 163,973 35,441 33,967 2,177 2,279 279,314 266,224 681 535 6 36 687 571 18,929 16,310 21,873 22,325 1,853 1,918 153 182 42,808 40, 735 22,003 18,246 15,782 14,418 2,400 2,238 546 552 40,731 35,454 14,239 12,209 33,000 33,058 5,327 5,062 571 604 53,137 50,933 10,527 10,033 33,494 31,615 7,350 6,549 32 31 51,403 48,228 83

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College Education Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Engineering Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total New College Lower Upper Total Interdisciplinary Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS by College-All Campuses, continue d 1989-90 Annual FTE Su111ner SCH 184 479 1,883 13,607 1,138 9,182 37 264 3,242 23,527 61 558 916 6,415 262 1,116 31 222 1,270 8,311 193 739 500 3' 257 42 335 2 4 737 4,335 105 332 437 5 150 59 705 64 855 84 Fall SCH SCH 3,723 3,165 30,157 31,553 13 724 13,507 452 451 48,056 48,676 1,090 799 15,003 15,226 3,633 3,635 381 401 20,107 20,061 3,489 3,511 8,321 8,429 473 523 36 22 12,319 12,485 2,456 1, 732 7,256 6,004 9, 712 7,736 64 290 1,345 354 1,345

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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 FIE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College, All Campuses, continued 1989-90 Annual FIE* Sununer SCH 33 171 144 1,310 222 1,487 14 95 413 3,063 20 97 8 43 28 140 140 1,283 78 612 4 44 222 1,939 33 171 4 27 123 778 2 8 162 984 4,073 19,237 9,923 63,320 2,940 19,048 187 1,195 17,123 102,800 Fall SCH 462 2,406 2,757 152 5,777 306 84 390 2,325 942 47 3,314 462 81 1,509 21 2,073 76,982 167,582 38,198 2,329 285,091 *Annual FIE: UG Course Level = Total Annual Credit Hours Grad Course Level Total Annual Credit Hours 40 (10 for Sununer, 15 Fall & 15 Spring) 32 ( 8 for Summer, 12 Fall & 12 Spring) **Medical Science SErins SCH 705 2,029 2,873 196 5,803 252 117 369 1,975 949 46 2,970 705 54 1,672 33 2,464 66, 710 166,002 36,840 2,475 2 72,027 85

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Campus l'OTAL UNIVERSITY E & G Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total FORT MYERS Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total LAKELAND Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total SARASOTA/NEW COLLEGE Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total ST. PETERSBURG Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total TAMPA/CED Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of S0uth Flori da ANNUAL FIE AND FUNDED STUDEN'I CREDIT H OURS Total University by Campus 1989-90 Annual FTE Sulllller SCH 4,040 19,066 9, 779 62,010 2, 718 17,561 174 1,100 16,711 99 '737 340 2,332 132 1,011 472 3,343 127 1,277 101 958 228 2,235 113 690 2,082 93 907 896 2,989 30 225 832 7,126 136 1,043 1 998 8,395 3,897 18,841 7,791 49,193 2,256 13,642 173 1,099 14 ,117 82 '775 86 Fall SCH* SCH 76,520 66,005 165,176 163 '973 35,441 33,967 2,177 2,279 279,314 266,224 5,735 5,538 1,678 1,534 7 ,413 7 ,072 1,424 2,368 1,169 1,093 2,593 3,461 2,582 1,952 13,344 12,168 809 1,262 16,735 15 '382 435 526 12,934 13,213 1,633 1,673 5 1 15,007 15 ,413 73,503 63,527 131,739 130,686 30,152 28 ,405 2,172 2,278 237,566 224 ,896

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College E & G TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lllesis/Dissertation Total Architecture Graduate Classroom lllesis/Dissertation Total Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lllesis/Dissertation Total Natural Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lllesis/Dissertation Total Social Science Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lllesis/Dissertation Total Business Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lllesis/Dissertation Total llle University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Tampa Campus by College* 1989-90 Annual FTE Su111Der SCH 3,897 18,841 7,791 49,193 2,256 13,642 173 1,099 14,117 82,775 48 305 1 49 305 957 3,567 1,170 6,198 136 771 13 82 2,276 10,618 1,151 5,974 883 5,656 168 745 45 338 2,247 12, 713 768 4,284 1,592 9,185 341 1,488 42 167 2, 743 15,124 578 3,090 1,466 9,797 434 2,395 3 22 2,481 15,304 Fall SCH Spring SCH 73,503 63,527 131,739 130,686 30 152 28,405 2,172 2,278 237,566 224,896 681 535 6 36 687 571 18,741 15,986 20,204 20,392 1, 757 1,831 149 181 40,851 38,390 21,919 18,158 15,635 14 ,020 2,400 2,226 546 552 40,500 34,956 14,239 12,209 27,392 27,110 4,851 4,565 570 604 47,052 44,488 10,272 9,751 25, 010 23,829 6,12 7 5,361 32 31 41,441 38,972 8 7

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College Education Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lbesis/Dissertation Total Engineering Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lbesis/Dissertation Total Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lbesis/Dissertation Total Honors Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lbesis/Dissertation Total Bachelor of Independent Studies Upper Total *Includes Continuing Education lbe University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STIJDENT CREDIT HOURS Tampa Campus by College, continued* 1989-90 Annual FTE SuD111er SCH 182 479 1,316 8,879 833 6,499 37 264 2,368 16,121 61 558 834 5,866 255 1,104 31 222 1,181 7,750 194 739 471 2,907 42 335 2 4 709 3,985 5 150 24 60 29 210 34 645 34 645 88 Fall SCH Sering SCH 3,689 3,113 21,565 22,199 10,305 9,855 452 451 36,011 35,618 1,090 799 13,660 13,837 3,558 3,509 381 401 18,689 18,546 3,489 3,511 7,983 7,954 473 523 36 22 11,981 12,010 64 80 835 144 835 210 510 210 510

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College E & G TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Architecture Graduate Classroom lhesis/Disseratation Total Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters 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 Business Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Campuses 1990-91 Annual FTE* Summer SCH 18,010 66,567 18,441 1,181 104,199 376 10 386 3,221 7,748 1,086 91 12,146 6,296 6,428 1,062 368 14,154 3,921 13,499 1, 777 151 19,348 2,958 13,707 3,183 25 19,873 Fall SCH+ Spring SCH 66,854 179,291 34,371 2,194 282,710 557 45 602 17,809 24,431 2,486 209 44,935 16,516 18,943 2,456 451 38,366 12,505 37,438 5,573 447 55,963 9,291 34,877 6,209 20 50,397 89

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College Education Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Engineering Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total New College Lower Upper Total Interdisciplinary Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL FIE AND FUNDED STIJDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Campuses, continued 1990-91 Annual FIE* SCH 384 14,751 9,274 305 24, 714 350 6,411 1,351 226 8,338 700 3,129 332 5 4,166 180 894 1,074 90 Fall SCH+ S12ring SCH 3,410 32,418 12,438 481 48,747 888 14,858 4,026 506 20,278 3,431 8,350 626 35 12,442 2,644 7,328 9,972 360 648 1,008

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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 FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Campuses, continued 1990-91 Annual FTE* Swmner SCH 186 1,068 1,975 115 3,344 102 58 160 1,068 768 30 1,866 186 1,105 27 1,318 18,196 6 7 ,635 20,416 1,296 107,543 Fall SCH+ 717 2,167 3,294 178 6,356 316 102 418 183 2,056 1,213 46 3,498 534 111 1,765 30 2,440 67,571 181,458 37,665 2,372 289,066 *Annual FTE: UG Course Level = Total Annual Credit Hours Grad Course Level = Total Annual Credit Hours **Medical Science 40 (10 for Su11111er, 15 Fall & 15 Spring) 32 ( 8 for Su111Der, 1 2 Fall & 12 Spring) +Preliminary data NOTE: Spring data and annual FTE not available at time of publication. SEring SCH 91

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Campus TOTAL UNIVERSITY E & G Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total FORT MYERS Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total LAKELAND Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total SARASOTA/NEW COLLEGE Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total ST. PETERSBURG Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total TAMPA/CED Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total *Preliminiary data The University o f South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Total University by Campus 1990-91 Annual FTE Summer SCH 18,010 66,567 18,441 1,181 104,199 2,993 1,452 4,445 1,546 1,162 2,708 208 2,966 846 4,020 223 7,436 975 1 8,635 17,579 51,626 14,006 1,180 84,391 9 2 Fall SCH* Sprins SCH 66,854 179,291 34,371 2,194 282, 710 6,983 1,648 8,631 2,201 1,202 3,403 2,848 14,902 939 18,689 374 14 ,309 1,548 1 16,232 63 ,632 140,896 29,034 2,193 235,755

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College E & G TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Architecture Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters 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 Business Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Oissertatlon Total The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Tampa Campus by College* 1990-91 Annual FTE Summer SCH 17,579 51,626 14,006 1,180 84,391 376 10 386 2,937 6,419 1,019 91 10,466 6,296 6,322 1,062 368 14 ,048 3,921 10,305 1,460 150 15,836 2,811 9,886 2,220 25 14,942 Fall SCH** sering SCH 63,632 140,896 29,034 2,193 235,755 557 45 602 17 ,538 22,029 2,360 209 42,136 16,516 18,589 2 ,456 451 38,012 12,505 30,957 5,021 446 48,929 9,042 25,448 5,315 20 39,825 93

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College Education Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lhesis/Dissertation Total Engineering Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lhesis/Dissertation Total Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lhesis/Dissertation Total Honors Lower Upper Graduate Classroom lhesis/Dissertation Total Bachelor of Independent Studies Upper Total Undergraduate Studies Lower Total *Includes Continuing Education **Preliminary Data The University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDEN'I CREDIT HOURS Tampa Campus by College, continued* 1990-91 Annual FTE SuDIDer SCH 384 9,302 6,225 305 16 ,216 350 5,901 1,312 226 7,789 700 2,597 332 5 3,634 69 69 825 825 180 180 94 Fall SCH** s2ring SCH 3,352 21,692 8,853 481 34,378 888 13,628 3,846 506 18,868 3,431 7,905 626 35 11,997 360 453 813 195 195

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ANNUAL FTE 17,000 16 500 16,000 15,500 15,000 14 500 The University of South Florld1 ANNUAL FTE -LA.ST 10 YEARS Total University -E G YEARS *Reflects change from Quarter to Semester System as of Summer '81 SOURCE: RAP 114 95

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COLLEGE Level Architecture Lower Upper Graduate Totltl Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Lower Upper G ralluate Total Natural Sciences Lower Upper Graduate Total Social Sciences Lower Ur Graduate Total Business Lower Upper Graduate Total Adjuncts -" 24. 7 24.7 20.0 14. 7 3 2 16. 2 3 6 2.3 2 8 22.5 11.9 5 8 13. 8 11. 2 11 0 9.0 10. 7 Graduate Assistants -" 52. 0 8 5 25. 5 28.8 15.2 21 .0 4.6 3 0 6.3 5.9 5. I The University of South Florida DISTRIBUTION OF CREDIT HOURS BY INS TRUCTOR TYPE Total University by College 89-90 Full-Time Non-Instructional Faculty -" 0 9 0.7 I .9 0.8 1 2 1 2 2 6 1 3 1.6 0 5 1 1 0.2 0 I 0 2 Parttlm11 lnatructlonal Faculty -" 1 2 l 2 1 2 2 6 0 8 0 4 1 0 6 3 1 1 0 I 0 5 0. 1 0 8 0 2 Full-time Inatructlonal Faculty -" 61. 3 61. 3 20. 9 71 7 91. 6 52. 5 63. 8 76. 9 89. 3 71 1 73.0 78. II 90: 8 78. 8 81. 7 81 .3 90.2 82. 7 Other Teaching Status -" 12.9 12. 9 6 3 3.2 0 7 4 3 2.2 3.4 1. 8 2.7 4.5 :l. 3 2 8 2 9 0 8 1 5 1 1 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 Education Lower Upper Graduate Total Engineering Lower Upper Gntduate To tal Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Total New Co 11 ege Lower Uppur Graduate Total Other Lower Upper Graduate Total TOTAL E a. G Lowttr-Upper Graduate Total Adjuncts 22.4% 20. 7 9 2 17.0 13. 0 15. 2 4.6 13.0 19. 3 9 4 4 9 11. 0 I I 0 0 13. 9 12. 6 7 3 12. 1 Graduate Assistants 6. 2% 3 8 I. 7 3.3 5 7 9.7 7.6 12 o 2 1 4 6 22. 6 6 4 0 1 9.5 The University of South Florida DISTRIBUTION OF CREDIT HOURS BY INSTRUCTOR TYPE Total University by College, continued 89-90 Ful I-Time Non-Instructional Faculty 17 .5% 1 7 2.7 3.0 0 0 3 8 0.8 3 0 0 6 0 6 0.5 0 6 7 0 4 8 1 4 I 3 I. 6 1 4 Pert-time Instructional Faculty -'JI. 2 6 1. 4 2.0 0 1 0 4 0 2 6 1 7.7 3.2 7 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 1 3 1 4 1 1 Full-time Instructional Faculty 50.8% 68.5 81. 5 71. 7 72. 5 64. 4 90.2 69. 8 60. 7 78.0 90. 8 74 1 100.0 ioo.o 100.0 73.4 72.3 98.2 76.2 58.2 75. 5 86.3 72 8 Other Taacl' l nii Status 3 .0'JI. 2 7 3.6 3 0 8 7 6 8 4.0 6.4 1 2 2.2 0 6 1. 0 26.6 19.6 I 6 18 2 3.6 2 9 2.7 3.0 98 Total 100.0'JI. 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 Lo .. er Upper Sciences Graduate Tu lit I Nursing Lower Upper Graduate Total Pub I le Heal th Lower Upper Graduate Total TOTAL UNIVERSITY Lower Upper Graduate Total Adjuncts -" 52. 3 1 9 12. 1 14.2 12. 4 6 9 12. 0 Graduate Assistants -" 17 0 3 5 22.5 6 3 0 6 9.3 The University of South Florida DISTRIBUTION OF CREDIT HOURS BY INSTRUCTOR TYPE Total University by Collage, continued 89-90 Fu II -T 1 ma Non-Instruct lone I Faculty -" 4 4 8 8 5 8 1 8 I 4 I. 4 1 4 1 .1! I 4 Pert-time Instructional Faculty -" l I 7 I I. 7 10. 7 0 7 7 4 0 4 1. 4 I 4 l 2 Fu II -t I ma Instruct I one I Faculty -" 88.3 88.3 84. I 90.5 86. 2 62. 5 90. 4 71 2 57.7 75. ti 86. 6 73. 0 Other Teaching Stet us -" 0 8 0.6 30. 7 37.5 5 9 11 9 3.8 2 9 2 8 3 l To tel -" 100.0 100.0 100. 0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100.0 100. 0 100. 0 100.0 100.0 100. ll 100.0 9 9

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CAMPUS Laval Continuing Lower Upper Graduate Total Ft. Myer a Lower Upper Graduate Total Lakeland Lower Upper Graduate Total Sarasota Lower Upper Graduate Total Ed St. Petersburg Lower Upper Graduate Total Tampa Lower Upper Graduate Tot a I Adjuncts -% 4 5 8 2 7 3 34. 5 16 9 30. 2 26. 6 8 7 19 8 16. 8 14 4 14 5 63.9 21 5 14 4 21. 8 14.2 9 9 5 2 10.4 Graduate Aaalatanta -% 1. 7 1 3 0.6 0 5 4 2 2 6 l 1 0.9 14 1 2 2 2 2 23. 2 7 5 0 6 1 l .0 The University of South Florida DISTRIBUTION OF CREDIT HOURS BV INSTRUCTOR TYPE Total Unlvaralty by Campus 89-90 Ful 1-Tlma Non-Instructlonal Faculty -% 2. 1 1. 6 o 8 0 2 10.6 11. 6 11 0 1 7 0 3 1 8 0 6 1 3 1 6 0 1 l 4 1 3 l 4 l 5 1. 4 Part-tlma Instructional Faculty -% o. 1 0. l 1 7 3.0 2.0 2 6 1 6 0 5 2 1 0 7 0 4 1. 7 1 5 I. 3 Full -t Ima lnatructlonal Faculty -% 94.5 81. 8 84.9 59. 6 76. 0 63.6 50.2 76.6 60. 3 92. I 79.2 78. 1 80. 7 20. 7 72.0 81. 3 11 .8 57. 0 76.6 89. 0 12 8 Other Teaching Statue -% I. 0 6 0 4 8 3.6 3 2 3 5 5.9 2.8 4 7 6 2 2.7 5 8 3.4 2.2 2 0 2 l 3 8 2 9 2 2 3 l 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 CONTINUING EDUCATION Total Programs Conducted Total Registrants Continuing Education Units (CEU) Total CEUs Awarded Total CEUs Recorded Total CEUs Non-Fundable FIE Generated SOURCE: CEU Report: FY '89-90 BIS Program Report The University of South Florida THE SCHOOL OF EXTENDED STUDIES and BACHELOR OF INDEPENDENT STUDIES BACHELOR OF INDEPENDENT STUDIES External Degree Program 1989-90 477 13,896 3,575.2 33,706.8 37,282.0 86.7 Students Currently Enrolled Graduates through October 1990 Women Men BIS Enrollment Percentages Cormnunity College Graduates BIS Graduates who Continue into Graduate Work Invited to Membership in National Honor Society October, 1990 135 116 61 % 39 % 70 % 39 % 10 % 101

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College Architecture Arts & Sciences Business Education Engineering Fine Arts New College BIS Medicine Nursing Public Health Total *BA/BS Option counted as one program NOTE: Count as of 1-8-91 Bachelors* 39 7 16 8 4 1 1 1 77 The University of South Florida NUMBER OF DEGREE PROGRAMS 1990-91 Masters Specialists 1 34 5 27 2 10 3 1 1 3 85 2 PhD/EdD Professional 9 1 3 7 1 1 1 22 1 105

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ARTS AND SCIENCES African and Afro-American Studies American Studies Anthropology Biology Botany Chemistry Classics Clinical Chemistry Co111Dunication Criminology Economics English French Geography Geology Ge man C.erontology History Humanities International Studies Italian Liberal Studies Mass Communications Mathematics Medical Technology Microbiology Natural Sciences Interdisciplinary Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Russian Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Social Work Sociology Spanish Women's Studies Zool0gy The University of South Florida BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University Fall 1990 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Accounting Economics Finance General Business Infomation Systems & Decision Sciences Management Marketing EDUCATION Art Education Behavior Disorders Business and Office Education Distributive and Marketing Education Elementary Education English Education Foreign Language Education Industrial-Technical Education Mathematics Education Mental Retardation Music Education Physical Education Science Education Social Science Education Specific Learning Disabilities Theatre Education ENGINEERING Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Science and Engineering Electrial Engineering Engineering General Engineering Technology Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering FINE ARTS Art Dance Music Theatre NEW COLLEGE New College Degree NURSING Nursing EXTERNAL DEGREE PROGRAM Bachelor of Independent Studie s 106

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The University of South Florida MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University Fall 1990 ARCHITECTURE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Architecture* ARTS AND SCIENCES American Studies Anthropology Applied Anthropology Audiology Accountancy Business Administration Economics Executive M.B.A. Management Aural Habilitation Botany EDUCATION Chemisty Classics** Communication Criminology English French Geography Geology Gerontology History Liberal Arts Linguistics Marine Science Mass Conrnunications Mathematics Mf.crobiology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Public Administration Rehabilitation Counseling Religious Studies Social Work Sociology Spanish Speech Pathology Zoology *Cooperative Program with Florida A & M **Cooperative Program with University of Florida ***Includes M.E. & M.S.E. ****In Collaboration with College of Education Administration and Supervision Adult Education Art Education Behavior Disorders Business and Office Education Curriculum and Instruction Distributive and Marketing Education Educational Leadership Elementary Education English Education Foreign Language Gifted Guidance and Counseling Education Industrial -Technical Education Junior College Teaching Library and Information Studies Mathematics Education Mental Retardation Measurement and Evaluation Motor Disabilities Music Education Physical Education Reading Education School Psychology Science Education Social Science Education Specific Learning Diabilities ENGINEERING Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Engineering*** Engineering Engineering Science Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering FINE ARTS Art Art History Music Music Education**** MEDICINE Medical Science NURSING Nursing PUBLIC llEALTH Health Administration Public Health Science in Public Health 107

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DOCTORAL: The University of South Florida DOCTORAL, EDUCATION SPECIALIST, & PROFESSJOHAL DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University ARTS and SCIENCES Applied Anthropology Biology Chemistry Cormnunication English Marine Science Mathematics Philosophy Psychology BUSINESS Business Administration EDUCATION Administration & Supervision Curriculum & Instruction Education Program Development ENGINEERING Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Science and Engineering Electrical Engineering Engineering Science Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Fall 1990 MEDICINE Medical Sciences PUBLIC HEALTH Public Health EDUCATIO!l SPECIALIST: EDUCATION Administration & Supervision/Leadership Curriculum & Instruction PROFESSIONAL: MEDICINE Medical SOURCE: USF General Catalog 1990-91 108

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College Architecture Arts lie Sciences Arts lie Letters Natural Sciences Social Sciences Business Education Engineering Fine Arts Independent Studies New College Medicine Nursing Public Health Total NOTE: Bachelors -First major only The University of South Florida DEGREES AWARDED Total University by College 1989-90 Bachelors and EdS 458 35 260 62 919 143 1,199 230 786 482 417 152 105 16 7 100 5 117 61 50 4,368 1,236 PhD 1st Professional 6 19 28 20 7 5 93 85 93 109

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NUMBER OF GRADUATES 7,000 6 000 5,000 4,943 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 The University of South Florida HISTORY OF DEGREES AWARDED Total University Last 10 years 5,226 YEARS *Reflects change from Quarter to Semester System as of Summer '81 SOURCE: RAP 123 5,781 llMD [JPHD MASTERS & EDS 1'::: : :::1 BACHELOR 110

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The University of South Florida E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Cont I nu Ing Education Fall 89 (BOT) Fall 90 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Upper 9 2 11 2 13 6 2 8 3 11 Graeluate 69 3 1 73 6 79 46 47 10 57 Total 78 3 3 84 8 92 52 2 55 13 68 Education Lower Upper 1 2 9 2 11 4 5 3 8 Graduate 33 3 36 2 38 18 19 6 25 Total 40 3 2 45 4 49 22 24 9 33 Engineering Lower Upper 2 2 2 2 3 3 Graduate 36 37 4 41 28 28 4 32 Total 38 39 4 43 30 31 4 35 111

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The University of South FI or ic.Ja E & G FUNOABLE SECTIONS Ft. Myers Campus Fat I 89 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Suototat Other Total TOTAL Lower Upper 52 52 6 58 Graduate 28 2 31 3 34 Total 80 2 83 9 92 Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Lower Upper Graduate Total Social Sciences Lower Upper 13 13 1 14 Graduate 4 4 3 7 Total 17 '7 4 2' Business Lower Upper 18 18 18 Graduate 6 6 6 Total 24 24 24 Education Lower Upper 19 19 5 24 Graduate 15 2 17 17 Total 34 2 36 5 41 Engineering Lower Upper Graduate 3 4 4 Total 3 4 4 Fine Arts Lower Upper 2 2 2 Graduate Total 2 2 2 Counts for the newly organized College of Arts & Sciences can be obtained by summing thos e of Arts & Letters, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences. Class 60 29 89 2 2 15 4 19 20 5 25 23 15 38 5 5 112 Fa I I 90 (BOT) Discuss Laos SuOtotal Other Total 60 8 68 4 34 6 40 4 94 '4 108 2 2 2 2 15 3 18 4 4 8 19 7 26 20 1 21 5 2 7 25 3 28 23 4 27 4 20 20 4 43 4 47 5 5 5 5

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The University of South Florina E & G FUNOABLE SECTIONS Lakeland Center Fall 89 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL lower Upper 38 38 8 46 Graduate 16 3 20 l 21 Total 54 3 58 9 67 Art a & Sciences Arts & Letters Lower Upper 4 4 4 Graduate Total 4 4 4 Natural Sciences LON er Upper Graduate Total Social Sciences LoNer Upper 14 14 2 16 Graduate 1 1 1 Total 15 15 2 17 Business Lo ."er Upper 3 3 3 Graduate Total 3 3 3 Education Lower Upper 8 8 5 13 Graduate 12 3 15 l 16 Total 20 3 23 6 29 Engineering Lower Upper 9 9 9 Graduate 3 4 4 Total 12 13 13 Counts for the newly organized College of Arts & Sciences can be obtained by summing those of Arts & Letters, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences. Class 43 29 72 2 1 3 14 2 16 4 4 11 16 27 10 10 20 Fall 90 (BOT) Discuss Laba Subtotal Other Total 43 8 51 29 4 33 72 12 84 2 2 4 1 1 3 2 5 14 2 16 2 2 16 2 18 4 4 4 4 11 4 15 16 4 20 27 8 35 10 10 10 10 20 20 113

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Fina Arts Lo .. er Upper Graduate Total 114 The University of South Florida E & G FUNOABLE SECTIONS Lakeland Center, continued Fall 89 (BOT) Fall 90 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Laba Subtotal Other Total

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The University of South Florida E & G FUNOABLE SECTIONS Sarasota Campus Fal I 89 (BOT) Claas Dlacusa Laba Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lo,.er 2 2 3 5 Upper 71 2 73 19 92 Graduate 20 2 1 23 3 26 Total 93 2 3 98 25 123 Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Lower I 1 I Upper 5 5 5 Graduate Total 6 6 6 Natural Sciences Lo,.er Upper Graduate Total Social Sciences Lower Upper 14 15 2 17 Graduate 7 7 3 10 Total 21 22 5 27 Business L.o,.er Upper 16 16 2 18 Graduate 2 2 2 Total 18 18 2 20 Education Lower I 1 1 Upper 22 22 4 26 Graduate 5 2 7 7 Total 28 2 30 4 34 Engineering Lo,.er Upper 13 14 15 Graduate 6 I 7 7 Total 19 2 21 22 Counts for the newly organized College of Arts & Sciences can be obtained IJy sunl119 those ot Arts & Letters, Natural Sciences anti Social Sciences. Class 3 82 35 120 2 7 I 10 17 6 23 22 3 25 I 23 10 34 11 15 26 Fal I 90 (BOT) Dlacuss Laba Subtotal Other Total 3 3 6 84 20 104 35 3 38 122 26 148 2 2 7 7 1 I 10 10 2 2 2 2 1 7 4 21 6 3 9 23 7 30 22 2 24 3 3 25 2 27 1 I 23 4 27 10 10 34 4 38 12 12 15 15 27 27 ll5

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116 The University of South Florida E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Sarasota Campus. continued Fa 11 89 (BOT) Fa 11 90 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Total New College Lower 3 3 3 3 Upper 10 10 10 10 Graduate Total 13 13 13 13

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The University of South Florida E & G FUNOABLE SECTIONS St. Petersburg Campus Fa 11 89 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower 4 5 5 Upper 148 2 150 19 169 Graduate 32 I 33 14 47 Total 1B4 2 2 188 33 221 Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Lower 1 1 Upper 20 20 1 21 Graduate 2 2 2 4 Total 23 23 3 26 Natural Sciences Lower 1 1 Upper 2 2 2 Graduate 10 10 5 15 Total 12 13 5 18 Social Sciences Lower Upper 33 2 35 6 41 Graduate 4 4 4 8 Total 37 2 39 10 49 Business Lower 2 2 2 Upper 47 47 2 49 Graduate 7 7 7 Total 56 56 2 58 Education Lower 1 1 1 Upper 34 34 9 43 Graduate 9 10 3 13 Total 44 45 12 57 Engineering Lower Upper 11 11 11 Graduate Total 11 11 11 Counts for the newly organized College of Arts & Sciences can be obtained by summing those o f Arts & Letters, Natural S ciences arid Social Sciences. Class 4 158 38 200 1 20 5 26 2 11 13 35 7 42 2 49 5 56 1 39 10 50 11 11 Fa 11 90 (BOT) Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total 4 4 2 160 21 181 3B 11 49 2 202 32 234 1 1 20 2 2 2 5 1 6 26 3 29 2 4 4 11 5 16 2 15 5 20 35 6 41 7 3 10 42 9 51 2 2 49 2 51 5 5 56 2 58 1 1 39 10 49 10 2 12 50 12 62 11 11 11 11 117

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Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Total The University of South Florida E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS St. Petersburg Campus, continued Fa 11 89 (BOT) Fal I 90 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other 2 2 2 2 2 2 118 Total 3 3

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The University of South Florida E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Tampa Campus Fal 1 89 (BOT) Fal 1 90 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower 433 62 69 564 92 656 408 32 67 507 97 604 Upper 1,133 32 145 1,310 224 I ,534 1,165 60 154 1 ,379 225 1 ,604 Graduate 468 3B 10 516 216 732 471 47 7 525 216 741 Total 2,034 132 224 2,390 532 2,922 2,044 139 228 2,411 538 2,949 Architecture Lower Upper Graduate 13 4 18 19 11 5 17 18 Total 13 4 18 19 11 5 17 18 Arts a. Sciences Arts & Letters Lower 212 212 4 216 189 189 4 193 Upper 256 6 3 265 26 291 253 4 3 260 25 285 Graduate 50 5 55 33 88 62 3 65 34 99 Total 518 II 3 532 63 595 504 7 3 514 63 577 Natural Sciences Lower 79 35 52 166 1 167 82 6 53 141 1 142 Upper 118 15 71 204 15 219 113 42 102 257 12 269 Graduate 57 2 3 62 25 87 49 5 54 23 77 Total 254 52 126 432 41 473 244 53 155 452 36 488 Social Sciences Lower 48 4 52 52 38 5 43 43 Upper 207 1 22 230 28 258 230 1 4 235 32 267 Graduate 89 6 1 96 54 150 91 8 1 100 52 152 Total 344 11 23 378 82 460 359 14 5 378 84 462 Business 46 Lower 29 22 51 51 26 20 46 Upper 212 212 5 217 225 2 227 4 231 Graduate 84 4 88 12 100 75 3 78 14 92 Total 325 26 351 17 368 326 25 351 18 369 Education 56 Lower 39 1 17 57 1 58 40 1 14 55 I Upper 146 9 4 159 25 184 156 10 4 170 30 200 Graduate 103 17 1 l:il 31 152 99 22 1 122 34 156 Total 288 27 22 337 57 394 295 33 19 347 65 412 119 Counts for the newly organized Col loge of Arts & Sciences can be obtained by summing those of Arts & Letters, Natural Sciences anI Social Sciences.

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120 The University of South Florida E & G FUNDABLE SECTION S Tampa Campus. con t inued Fa I I 89 (BOT) fa I I 9D (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Engineering Lower 8 8 I 9 12 12 I 13 Upper 144 39 183 7 190 132 34 166 8 174 Graduate 56 I 57 24 81 6B 69 24 93 Total 208 40 248 32 280 212 34 247 33 280 Fine Arts Lower 17 17 83 100 17 17 B!l 105 Upper 50 I 6 57 113 170 49 7 57 109 166 Graduate 16 3 19 36 55 16 4 20 34 54 Total 83 4 6 93 232 325 82 5 7 94 231 325 Independent Studies Lower Upper 3 3 3 3 Graduate Total 3 3 3 3 Undergraduate Studies Lower 2 3 4 4 2 6 Upper 2 2 7 7 2 9 Graduate Total 4 5 11 11 4 15

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The University of South Florida LIBRARIES 1990-91 Tampa Campus Libraries Other Campus Libraries Date Library was Erected Total Volume Capacity of Library Total Seating Capacity of Library Number of Volumes Number of Titles (Book Stock) Micro Forms -All Types Operating Expenditures+ *Includes Media Center 1975 800,000 2,500 778,049 475,359 3,187,799 $6,861,002 FMHI 1974 10,664 27 10,263 7 ,277 Medical 1975 125,000 350 106,021 N/A 190 1,420 $116,041 $1,231,558 **Edison Connunity College/USF Learning Resource Center +As Reported in IPEDS Libraries 1990 Ft. Myers/ ECC** 1967 150,000 450 131,431 N/A Sarasota/ New College 1985 375,010 361 198,430 135,207 431,539 380,883 Sl,331,473 $945,814 St. Petersburg 1980 125,000 300 127,353 115,320 526,048 $947,315 Totals 1,351,547 4,527,879 $11,433,203 1 2 1

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The University 0f South Florida PROGRAMS ACCREDITED BY OUTSIDE AGENCIES Total University Fall 1990 First Program Degree Accrediting Agency Review Mass C0111Tiunications Accounting Business Education Librarianship Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Music Schools Theatre Chemistry Medical Technology Clinical Psychology Public Administration Rehabilitation Counseling Social Work Speech Pathology/Audiology Medicine Nursing Public Health B B/M B/M B/M M B B B B B B B/M B B B Phd M M B/M M MD M/D Acer Coun on Edu in JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION American Assembly Collegiate Schools of BUSINESS Nat Coun for Acer of TEACHER EDUCATION American LIBRARY Association Acer Board for ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Nat Assn Schools of MUSIC Nat Assn Schools of THEATRE American CHEMICAL Society AMA Colllll on ALLIED HEALTH Edu and Acer American PSYCHOLOGICAL Assn Nat Assn of Schs of PUBLIC AFFAIRS & ADMINISTRATION Coun of REHABILITATION Edu Coun on SOCIAL \./ORK Edu American SPEECH/LANGUAGE/ HEARING Assn Liaison Comm on MEDICAL ED National League for NURSING Coun on ED for PUBLIC HEALTH (BS) (MS) (MPA) (BSW) (MSW) *Chemistry -The curriculum of the baccalaureate program follows the recommendations 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. 1976 1985 1969 1980 1989 1985 1976 1984 1984 1972 1973 1972 1987 1989 1970 1968 1973 1988 1978 1977 1985 1981 1975 1975 1987 Ner.t Review 1995 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 1992 1994 No on site review* Stated intervals** 1991 1995 1995 1997 1997 1991 199 2 1991 1997 1 22

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The University of South Florida BOARD OF REGENTS APPROVED RESEARCH/SERVICE CENTERS AND INSTITUTES Fall 1990 ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING: Florida Center for Urban Design and Research BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT: Center for Professional and Management Development Management Institute Center for Economic and Management Research Center for International Business Center for Organizational Effectiveness Small Business Development Center Institute of Banking and Finance COMMUNICATIONS: Center for Organizational Connunication Center for Public Relations Research and Development Center for Teleco111Uunications Research CXlMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES: Institute for Information 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 Handicapped Persons Educational Research Center for Child Development National Resource Center for Middle Grades Education Suncoast Area Teacher Training Program (SCATI) Center for Excellence in Mathematics, Science, Computers, and Technology Center for Development Disabilities Southwest Florida Center for the Advancement of Teaching ENGINEERING & ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: Centers for Engineering Development and Research Center for Environmental Studies and Engineering Center for Modeling Hydrologic and Aquatic Systems Center for Development of Materials Center for Microelectric Research Center for Electron Microscopy Center for Conununication and Signal Processing Center for Urban Transportation Research Center for Interactive Technology, Application and Research ALLIED HEALTH & HEALTH SCIENCES: Center for Occupational and Environmental Health Suncoast Gerontology Center on Health and Longevity Diabetes Center Tampa Bay Cranio-Facial Center HOME 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 123

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The University of South Florida BOARD OF REGENTS APPROVED RESEARCH/SERVICE CENTERS AND INSTITUTES Fall 1990 LIBRARY, ARCHIVAL & MUSEUM SCIENCES: *SUS Extension Library LIFE SCIENCES: Institute for Biomolecular Science Center for Nearshore Marine Science Center for Molecular Design and Recognition HATIIDIATICS: Center for Mathematical Services Institute for Constructive Mathematics MULTI/INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES: Center for Applied Humanities Center for Arts and Human Development Center for Urban Ecology Global Change Research Center NATURAL RESOURCES: Center for Environmental Toxicology NATURAL SCIENCES: *Type I Center for Excellence in Mathematics, Science, Computers, and Technology Institute for Systemic Botany 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 Co111RUnity Analysis Development Center for Public Affairs and Policy Management SOCIAL SCIENCE: Center for Development Disabilities Center for Applied Anthropology Institute on Black Life Florida France Institute Florida Japan Institute VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS Institute for Research in Art/Graphicstudio l24

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The University of South Florida INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Tampa Campus Fall 1990 Athletic Director and Head Coaches The University of South Florida is a member Intercollegiate Athletic Director Baseball Basketball Hen Women Cross Country (Hen & Women) Golf Hen Women Soccer Softball (Women) Tennis Hen Women Volleyball (Women) SOURCE: Intercollegiate Athletics Paul Griffin Eddie Cardieri Bobby Paschal Trudi Lacey Bob Braman Bob Shiver Dan Gierlach Jay Miller Hildred Deese Eric 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: Men's: Baseball Basketball Cross Country Golf Soccer Tennis Women's: Basketball Cross Country Golf Softball Tennis Volleyball 125

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SOURCE: FMHI Students Undergrad Headcount 105 Total Children Adults Aging Graduate Headcount 48 The University of South Florida FLORIDA MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE Training and Clinical Services 1989-90 INSTRUCTION Trainees Headcount Instruction Hours 20,200 5,823 CLINICAL SERVICES Days of Service Residential 17,628 10,295 7,333 Day Clients 32,980 10,354 22 ,489 137 Consultees Headcount 3,165 Consultation Hours 3,488.7 Clients Headcount 884 126

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SCHOLARSHIPS Alumni Scholarship Black Scholars Award Custodial Scholarships Federal Scholarships Freshman Scholars Graduate Council Fellowship Miscellaneous University Scholarships New College Foundation Outside Scholarships Registration Fee Scholarship (Grad,) Registration Fee Scholarship (U.G,) Selby Scholarships USF Connunity College Scholarship USF Foundation Scholarship USF National Merit Waivers STATE OF FLORIDA SCHOLARSHIP Challenger Astronaut Memorial Scholarship Chappie James Teacher Scholarship Loan Other Florida Scholarships Teacher's Scholarship Loan Undergraduate Scholars The University of South Florida STUDENT FINANCIAL AID A 11 Campuses 1989-90 1988-89 Approximate Approximate Number of Amount Students Offered 3,613 s 3,780,985 16 12,500 130 189,951 421 391,768 89 87,500 46 260,500 549 213,489 151 157 '727 114 110,545 146 135 ,ooo. 56 48,500 68 70,500 327 208,132 41 70,750 1,459 1,824,123 573 1,523,318 l 1,000 51 193,238 137 498,830 384 830,250 1989-90 Approximate Approximate Number of Amount Students Offered 4,651 s 4,823,473 186 242,881 512 470,138 26 89,500 113 90,500 56 306,810 461 129,063 82 87,206 656 414,938 163 137,444 269 270,987 61 45,300 69 68,850 56 55,300 1,941 2,414,556 767 1,952,930 77 271,030 57 181,300 129 410,100 504 1,090,500 127

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GRANTS Athletic Grants Fine Arts Talent Grants Florida Student Assistance Grant Graduate Educational Opportunity Grant Non-Florida State Grants Pell Grant Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant USF Alternative Admit. Grants USF Grant LOANS FAST Loans Guaranteed Student Loan Miscellaneous Medical Loans Perkins Loan (NDSL) PLUS/SLS Loan Private Outside Loans USF Loan STUDENT EMPLOYMENT College Work Study Program OPS -Students Totals SOURCE: Office of Financial Aids 1989-90 Annual Report The University of South Florida STUDENT FINANCIAL AID All Campuses (Continued) 1989-90 1988-89 Approximate Approximate Number of Amount Students Offered 6,889 s 8,594,756 160 483,000 133 50,345 1,679 1,577,249 32 139,455 J,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 JO 25,582 674 659,903 4,643 10,509,409 620 678,989 4,023 9,830,420 21,677 $40,813,333 128 1989-90 Approximate Approximate Number of Amount Students Offered 9,161 $10,460,918 186 301,684 151 73,707 2,664 1,957,328 47 194,826 20 7,765 4,454 6,484,192 467 251,687 29 36,950 1,143 1,152, 779 8,773 20,250,924 1,427 840,767 5,581 16,633,841 76 173,971 913 766,477 466 1,397,786 29 89,555 281 348,527 5,099 11,735,250 1,198 989, 728 3,901 10, 745,522 28,451 $49,223,495

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No. of Alumni Donors (All-Time) 1989-90 Alumni Gifts & Pledges Alumni Clubs Ft. Lauderdale Ft. Myers Georgia Greater Houston Gulf Coast Jacksonville Metro Miami National Capital Orlando Area The University of South Florida ALUMNI 1990-91 20,401 Alumni with Bachelor Degrees $1,323,590 Alumni with Graduate & Professional Degrees Total Alumni Alumni Societies Pinellas County Alumni Scholars Plant City Ambassadors Polk Bachelor of Independent Studies Sarasota/Manatee Black Alumni 78,560 21,364 96,446 Southern California College of Business Administration Space Coast College of Fine Arts Tallahassee College of Medicine Tampa College of Nursing University Mass Communications Social Work 129

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The University of South Florida CAREER RESOURC E CENTER Tampa Campus 1989-90 Placement Activities Number No, Regis-Organizations Organizations Total of tered with Percent Listing Interviewing Student Graduates Placement Re15istered Positions On-Campus Interviews 6,064* 1,647* 27.2 3,394 438 4,907 Cooperative Education Activities On-Campus Recruitment Separate Interviews Conducted 79 Fall, 1989 Spring, 1990 Swnmer Session, 1990 *Excludes Nursing, Medicine, Public Health, and AA Degrees **Most Cooperative Education interviews are held off-campus SOURCE: Career Resource Center 1989-90 Annual Report Organizations Interviewing On-Campus 78 Placement Statistics Number of Students In-Field Trainin15 162 156 176 On-Campus Study 151 167 150 Total Student Interviews** 663 Total 313 323 326 130 Total Credentials 13,342

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The University of South Florida ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL Fall 1990 OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT President Assistant to the President Assistant to the President Special Assistant to the President Executive Vice President General Counsel Internal Auditor FRANCIS T. BORKOHSKl BARBARA C. COX DONNA A. PARRINO SPURGEON STAMPS .ALBERT C. HARTLEY BRYAN S. BURGESS .RAYMOND ZUREICll Florida Mental Health Institute Dean MAX C. DERTKE FRANCIS PARIS Director, Administration Director, Programs Assistant Director, Programs TBA CYNTHIA STARK Chairpersons: Aging and Mental Health Child and Family Studies (Acting). Colllllunity Mental Health Epidemiology and Policy Analysis Law and Mental Health Directors: LARRY SCHONFELD .LUANNE PANACEK-HOWELL HICHAEL KNOX .ROBERT FRIEDMAN .RICHARD SWANSON Health Services JOE GONZALEZ ELISSA HENDERSON Institute Relations/Training & Consultation. Provost Vice Provost Associate Provost. Associate Provost Associate Vice President Associate Vice President ACADEMIC AFFAIRS for Information Resources. Assistant Vice President Assistant Vice President for Admissions & Records and University Registrar Directors: Academic Budgets Florida Center for Urban Design & Research Florida Institute of Oceanography Institute on Black Life International Affairs Center International Exchange Center on Gerontology SUS Extension Library University Library (Acting) GERRY G, MEISELS .JOHN S. HODGSON BARBARA R. SHERMAN JULIA M. DAVIS .BERNARD A. MACKEY ANN E. PRENTICE CAROL J, ROLF .LINDA E. ERICKSON PHYLLIS GRAHAM DAVID A. CRANE .JOHN C. OGDEN .JUEL H. SMITH MARK T. ORR HAROLD L. SHEPPARD .VIRGINIA O'HERRON SAM FUSTUK.IT AN College of Arts and Sciences Dean Associate Dean, Administration & Budgets. Associate Director, Institute of Government Associate Dean, Graduate Advising Associate Dean, Undergraduate Advising Coordinator, Undergraduate Advising Coordinator, Undergraduate Advising Director, Preprofessional Sciences Advising Director, Development Office. Chairpersons: American Studies. Anthropology. Biology Chemistry Classics Communication Communication Sciences & Disorders. Criminology Economics English Geography Geology Gerontology Government & International Affairs History Humanities. Marine Science Hass Communications Mathematics Philosophy. Physics Psychology Rehabilitation Counseling. Religious Studies Social Work Sociology Directors: African & Afro-American Studies Program Bachelor of Independent Studies Biomolecular Sciences, Institute for (Acting) Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Div. of. International Language Institute. International Studies Program Languages, Div. of Medical Technology Public Administration (Acting). Women's Studies Program 134 ROLLIN C. RICHMOND .EDWARD M. SILBERT VIRGINIA ROO .CURTIS W. IHENKER ALMA J. BRYANT .CARMEN BURTON .ALBERT LATINA .CAROLE HENDRY .RON SHERMAN .JACK B. MOORE ROGER T. GRANGE, JR. ,MARVItl R. ALVAREZ STEWART W. SCHNELLER ANNA L. MOTTO ARTHUR BOCHNER ARTHUR M. GUILFORD ,IHLLIAM R. BLOUNT MARK WILSON .IHLLIAM T. ROSS ROBERT AANGEENBRUG .MARK T. STEWART LARRY C. MULLINS .SUSAN A. MACMANUS .ROBERT T. INGALLS AHY J. SPARKS PETER R. BETZER .DONtlA DICKERSON .KENNETH L. POTHOVEN .JAMES A. BELL ,SWAMINATHA SUNDARAM LOUIS A. PENNER .CALVIN M. PINKARD WILLIAM C. TREMMEL .BONNIE L. YEGIDIS RAYMOND H. WHEELER FESTUS OHAEGBUWI KEVIN E. KEARNEY DANIEL LIM MARILYN MYERSON .CAROL CARGILL HARVEY NELSEN ROGER COLE .EUGENE D. OLSEN .E. M. SILBERT .JANICE SNOOK

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College of Business Administration Dean Associate Dean and Directot of Graduate Studies Associate Dean and Director of Undergraduate Studies Academic Director of Executive MBA Chairpersons: School of Accountancy Economics (Acting). Finance Information Systems and Decision Sciences 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. HOLSTRUM R. MARK WILSON GEORGE KANATAS PAUL CHENEY .ALTON C, BARTLETT PAUL J. SOLOMON .RICHARD J, MCHUGH HAROLD M. SCHRODER .MARYANNE M. ROUSE RICHARD T. BOIJERS .JAMES L. PAPPAS WILLIAM J, HANCK College of Education Dean Associate Dean for Programs Associate Dean for Administration Assistant Dean for Clinical Education and Special Projects Assistant Dean for Education/ Business Partnerships Chairpersons: WILLIAM G. KATZENMEYER EVELYN F. SEARLS H. EDWIN STEINER MARCIA MANN DICK J. PUGLISI Adult and Vocational Education BILL BLANK Childhood/Language Arts/Reading PHILIP PFOST Educational Leadership. DON ORLOSKY Educational Measurement and Research. .BRUCE HALL Music Education JACK HELLER Physical Education, H. A. HOFFMAN Psychological and Social Foundations. JAMES BARNARD Secondary Education ,J, HOIJARD JOHNSTON Special Education JAMES L. PAUL Directors: Academic Computing Needs Children's Center Center for Economic Education Center for Study of Physical Education and Sport for Handicapped Persons Clinica 1 Educ at ion. Educational Research Center for Child Development (Child Care), Florida Center for Instructional Computing Graduate Studies Institute for At-Risk Infants, Children and Their Families Institute for Instructional Research and Practice National Resource Center for ANDRIA TROtmlAN .JAMES W. BARNARD DICK J, PUGLISI LOU BOWERS STEVE KLESIUS MARCIA HANN JANET ALLYN STEPHANIE VANDEVENTER .EVELYN F. SEARLS .CAROLYN LAVELY .CAROLYN LAVELY Middle Grades Education (Acting) DICK J. PUGLISI School of Library and Information Science JOHN MCCROSSAN School Management Institute KAROLYN J, SNYDER South Florida Educational Planning Council Director WILLIAM G, KATZENMEYER Executive Director MARCIA MANN Sponsored Programs and Program Review JUDY WILKERSON Student Personnel JANE YOUNG Suncoast Area Teacher Training (SCATT) Program MARCIA MANN Teacher Education Centers and Off-Campus Programs .PHILIP PFOST Upward Bound. RICHARD PRIDE 135

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Dean Associate Dean Associate Dean Associate Dean Assistant Dean Chairpersons: College of Engineering for Academics for Computer Applications for Research. Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering and Mechanics Computer Science and Engineering Electrical Engineering Industrial and Management Systems Engineering Mechanical Engineering Directors: MICHAEL G. KOVAC .MELVIN W, ANDERSON J, A. LLEWELLYN TllOMAS E. WADE ANDREW J. BARRETT CARLOS A. SMITH WAYNE ECHELBERGER R. VARANASI E. K. STEFANAKOS .PAUL E. GIVENS RONALD HOWELL 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 Delivery System. .ANDREW BARRETT mnority Engineering Program ,JOY A. O'SHIELDS Southern Technology Applications Center MICllELE YOUNG Dean Associate Dean Associate Dean Chairpersons/Directors: Visual Arts (Acting) Dance (Acting) Music Theatre Directors: Development, Public Relations SYCOM. USF Art Museum College of Fine Arts JOHN L. SMITH, JR JOHN IJ, COKER VIRGINIA A. BRIDGES BRUCE MARSH .DEBORAH MCWATERS JACK llELLER JIM HANCOCK ,GLENDA HODGSON CLAUDIA NOBLE PAUL RELLER MARGARET MILLER Dean Associate Dean Director: USF Press Dean Associate Dean Assistant Dean Directors: Graduate School Undergraduate Studies Career Resource Center Community College Relations Evaluation and Testing (Acting). Honors Program/Exchange Programs Hilitary/ROTC Air Force ROTC Army ROTC Off Campus Term. 136 JAMES M. ANKER .RICHARD L. MANSELL RICHARD F. DIETRICH .l.JILLIAM H. SCHEUERLE .THELMA D. BENTON .STUART SILVERMAN GLENDA F. LENTZ FRANK H. SPAIN TERESA FLATEBY .STUART SILVERMAN ,COL. DONALD LIESCH LT. COL. HOIJARD ABNEY .KEITH LUPTON FAl'nJ/USF Cooperative Architecture Program Associate Dean/Director ALEXANDER RATENSKY School of Extended Studies and Learning Technologies Dean Directors: Association Mgt. & Continuing Education. Conferences and Institutes Extended Studies Information Services Learning Technologies. Life long I.earning. Open University. Special Programs (PACE). TBA LARRY ROMIG LAURA ELLENBURG LARRY ROMIG NAN KUTCHER .KENNETH D. STANTON LEE LEAVENGOOD THOMAS WILSON RICHARD TAYLOR

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MEDICAL AFFAIRS Health Sciences Center Vice President for Health Sciences RONALD P. KAUFMAN Executive Associate Vice President for Health Sciences GREGORY R. NICOLOSI 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: Laboratory Animal Medicine Health Sciences Center Library Medical Clinics Personnel Physical Plant (Assistant Director). Public Affairs Suncoast Gerontology Center . . . JAHES E. HARTFIELD RllANDAL N. SMART JOHN C. ME LEND I LARRY A. BAUDOIN LOUIS R. NELSON BEVERLY SHATTUCK RHANDAL N. SMART SUZANNE M. FLAIG GEORGE R. CHAVEZ .WILLIAM W. BULGER ERIC A. PFEIFFER College of Medicine Dean of the College of Medicine (Acting). Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Vice Dean Associate Dean for Administration Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Education Associate Dean for Student Affairs. Associate Dean for Tampa General Hospital Associate Dean for VA Education. Associate Dean Director of Admissions Chairpersons: Anatomy Anesthesiology Biochemistry Family Medicine Internal Medicine Microbiology and .RONALD P. KAUFMAN MARVIN R. DUNN JOHN S. CURRAN .PIERRE J. BOUIS, JR RANDOLPH MANNING .THOMAS E. McKELL .MARVIN R. DUNN CHARLES EDWARDS JAY S. LAYMAN JOHANNES A.G. RHODIN JOHN B. DOIJNS .LARRY P. SOLOMONSON CHARLES E. AUCREMANN ROY H. BEHNKE I11111unology HERMAN FRIEDMAN Neurology LEON D. PROCKOP Obstetrics/Gynecology .WILLIAM N. SPELLACY Ophthalmology IHLLIAM E. LAYDEN Pathology DAVID T. ROI.fl.ANDS, JR. Pediatrics (Acting) HERBERT M. POMERANCE Pharmacology and Therapeutics (Acting) Physiology. Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine. Radiology Surgery JOSEPH J. KRZANOWSKI CARLETON H. BAKER ANTHONY J READING MARTIN L. SILBIGER LARRY C. CAREY 137

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Ce>l of Nursing Dean Assistant Dean Assistant Dean Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Studies for Graduate Studies for Student Affairs (Acting). Chairpersons: Adult Health Nursing Community Health Nursing (Acting). Family Health Nursing Gerontological Nursing (Acting) Oncology Nursing. Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Directors: Continuing Education Graduate Studies Nursing Learning Resources Research Coordinators: Center. Fort Myers Campus--R.N. Sequence Sarasota Campus--R.N. Sequence St. Petersburg Campus--R.N. Sequence Tampa Campus--R.N. Sequence Dean Associate Dean Associate Dean Chairpersons: College of Public Health Community and Family Health. Environmental and Occupational Health. Epidemiology and Biostatistics Health Policy and Management JUDITH A. Pl.AWECKI .CECILE A. LENGACHER .SUE M. BISHOP PATRICIA A. GORZKA CANDACE M. BURNS MOLLY A. ROSE CYNTHIA S. SELLECK LINDA E. MOODY SUSAN C. McMILLAN ONA Z. RIGGIN LORETTA RAMELLA LOPEZ .SUE M. BISHOP NINA M. ENTREKIN LINDA E. MOODY .DENISE S. HEINEMANN MARY LOU VanCOTT M. CHARLENE LONG BARBARA A. REDDING PETER J. LEVIN RITA c;. BRUCE .JOHN H. SKINNER STANLEY N. GRAVEN STUART M. BROOKS PAUL E. LEAVERTON .JAMES STUONJCKI USF at FORT MYF.RS Campus Dean (Interim) Assistant Dean/Academic Affairs. llirectors: Administration and Finance Student Affairs University Relations and Development ECC/USF Learning Resources USF at LAKELAND Center Director Assoc. Dir. for Student Services Business Manager USF at SARASOTA Campus Dean (Interim) Associate Dean, Universit}' Programs Business & Financial Affairs (Interim) Directors: Bl-County Center for Engineering. Development Media Center Physical Plant & Facilities Public Affairs (Interim). Records and Registration. Student Affairs (Interim) Librarian Provost (Interim) Chairpersons: HW11anities Natural Sciences Social Sciences Directors: NEW COLLEGE of USF New College Admissions Special Project Deve\opment Campus Dean (Interim) Associate Dean Directors: USF at ST. PETERSBURG Academic Advising Administration and Finance Student Affairs University Relatio ns/Development Librarian 1 3 8 RuY I MUMME ROY BOGGS GLENN E. NITSCHKE MADELYN L. ISAACS .JAMES E. HOF CHARLES RITCHIE YVONNE L. RALSTOtl PATRICIA A. MARTINI A NNE FLAHIV E DAVID P. SCHENCK PAUL E. McCLENOON .L\"tlDA BLOCK HILL HORACE C. GORDON GERALD H. HILL RONALD LERNER THOMAS J. PENN SUSAN MCCONNELL NANCY E. FERRARO .ANNE FISHER .ALTHEA H. JENKINS .MARGARET L. BATES JOHN moRE .JANE STEPHENS .ANTHONY ANDREWS CUSTARD .JAMES W. FEENEY WINSTO N T. BRIDGES TBA .lflLLIMI GARRETT HERMAN J. BRAMES STEPHEN RITCll JULIE F. GILLESPIE FUSTUKJ IAN

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ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS Vice President Associate Vice President Associate Vice President Assistant to the Vice Preside"t Assistant to the Vice President Directors: RlCKARll C. FENPF.H PAULA N. KNAUS CLAIRE S. ROR INSON l.INJlA 1 .YIHC FREI> VINCENT Envlron111ental llealth and Safety SEl.DOll CARSEY Equal Opportunity Affairs .IHUIA I StlJTll Facllltles Planning .ROBERT F. RlllGEI. Finance and Accounting ERIC HALDEll lluman Resource llevelopnient SAtlDRA ti. COOPER Personnel Services. .TRUOIE FRF.CKER Physical Plant. ADRIAN CUARTA rublfc Safety PAUL A. URAVICH Purchasing. , KE ITH SHlIONS Resource Analysts and Planning. .SUSAN ti, tllTCllEL Telecommunlcation11. GEORGE ELLIS Unl\'erslty Budgets JOSEPll KARP University COllputlng Services CHARLES E. FISHER OF.VF.LOrtlf.NT I Al.UMNI AFFAIRS Vice President Associate Vice President (Acting), Associate Vtce President, Health Sciences. Business tlanager, USF Foundation Directors: Alumni Affairs Corporate/foundation Relations tlajor Gifts Planned Glvlng Research llSF Annual fund USF President Council (Executive Director) .TllOMAS L. TOBIN RANllALI. S. CAIN .LAWRENCE tlCl>ANJEL JOHN 0. SCOTT I.EE PATOUILLET JOANtl ALESSANDRltll VICKI HITCHELL ,HEtlRY GARONER l.INOA TUTWILER .IOE TOMA ItlO ,llENRY GARDNER OFFICE UF HF.SF.ARCH Vice Prr.slrlPnt l:EOIU;J: IL Nf.Hl\OllE lllvli;lon of Spo"sored Res1?11rch Director Associate Director IUt:llAHll II. STl?EETl'll l'lllSC I I.I.A l lll E Divli;lo" of T<'chnology Develnpme"t an1I Transfer Director RALl'll I>. GUNTER Research Fo11nrl11tlon President. GEORGE R. NEWIWME Graphlcstudio Director ALAN fl. EAKER STUDEllT AFFAIRS Vlce Preside"t Associate Vlce President and Dean of Stude"ts Associate Vice President and Director, llousing and Auxi llary Servlc'!s, Assistant Vice Presirlent and lllrector, Intercollegiate Athletics Associate Dean of Students, Associate !lean of Students. As9istant Dea" of Students. Directors: Campus ltecreat lo" Counseling Center for Human Development Financial Aids Student Health Services Student Publications Su" Oome University Center University Golf Course. Vice President PUBLIC AFFAIRS General Ma"ager, l'ubllc Broadcasting Directors: Community Relations tledia Relations and Publlcatlons (Acti"g). Supervisor, Coordinator, Special Events .IJAlllEL R. .CllARLES f. llEIHTT RAYMOllll C. K J llr. PAUL GRJFFlll TROY L. COLl.IEll LEIJI S-CMIPllEl.1. VANESSA OIAZ-llEITEll .ANDREW HONKEH .IHLLIAM AllTUtl GWYN fllANC IS MARIA ANIJERSOtl RICllARO I.JI LllEH .tllCHAEL 1.aPAN PllYLLIS MARSHAi.i. ROBE RI Sill VF.R J. tlARK LOllO JAMES II. llECK ANN ti. ROSS .DANIEi. R. CASSEl>AY GREG HILTON CARI.A CALl.AllAN 139

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The Unlver<y of South Florida FULLTIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION Professor Architecture Minimum s 54,451 Medlen 54,451 Mean 54,451 Ma tmu.n 54,451 Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Minimum 34,980 Medlen 48,723 Mean 50,820 Me,.lmum 90,000 Natural Sciences Minimum 37,371 Median 51, 720 Mean 55,425 Maa I mum 95,478 Socia I Sciences Minimum 34,084 Median 48,536 Mean 53,382 Ma lmum 111,581 Business Minimum 50,977 Median 62,861 Mean 66,485 Ma lmum 102. 193 Ecludes 11011-tenure earning instructional faculty Total University 9 Month Basis Fall 1990 Associate Assistant Instructor s s 31 ,933 s 34,091 34,091 36,249 30,434 25,497 35,283 28,858 36,269 28,998 58,617 36,352 29,331 29, 115 36,813 33,069 37,951 33, 187 49,930 45,000 28,072 25,201 36,212 30,516 36,447 30,644 49,558 38,000 29,052 29,844 49. 113 51. 2BB 48,614 48,853 69,387 62,300 Lecturer Total s s 31 ,933 36,249 40,878 54,451 25,497 40,029 42,966 90,000 29, I 15 42,030 46,351 95,478 25,201 38,363 42,298 111 ,581 29,052 55,010 55,353 102. 193 141

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Education Minimum Median Mean Ma lmum Engineering M i n imum Median Mean Ma lmum F 1 ne Arts Minimum Med ian Mea n MaJ11 t mum Ne w College Minimum Median Mea n Ma lmum FMHI M i nimum Media n Mea n Ma x i mu m The University of Suutt1 FloriU a FULL-TIME FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION Prof esaor $ 37,299 48,611 48,713 69,239 50, 152 67,731 65,764 87,368 33,802 45,785 46,347 63,227 39,573 49, 311 48,900 59,321 47,554 54,819 59,863 92,988 Total University -9 Month Basis, c o n t inued Fall 1990 Associate As5l11tan t Instructor $ 31. 162 $ 28,325 $ 39,211 32,000 39,912 32,483 68,319 39,559 32,336 30,817 48,348 42,500 48,380 42. 717 57,838 48,667 31 ,861 25,000 34,724 29,393 35,856 28,608 44,927 33,280 3 2,520 27,200 35,626 30, 189 36,926 30,288 42,680 34,551 3 1 337 2 9 ,455 36,287 31. 611 38,875 32,089 53,8 3 8 36,205 fC ludes 11ontenure ear11i119 inst r uctional faculty 142 Lecturer Total $ $ 28,325 40,929 42. 193 69,239 30,817 49,278 53,087 87,368 25,000 37,428 38,577 63,227 2 7 ,200 38,228 3 9 6 2 2 59,321 29,455 36.758 42,820 92. 988

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Medicine Minimum Meal an Mean Malmum Nursing Minimum Median Mean Malmum Pub I le Hea I th Minimum Median Mean Ma.w;1mum Total University Minimum Median Mean Malmum Total University. ecluaing Minimum Median Mean MaJll imum Tile University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION Professor $ 37,098 73,930 75,696 130,626 44,863 50,319 48,. 773 51. 137 46,351 70,071 69,647 86. 141 33,602 53,272 57,634 130.626 MecJlclne 33,802 51. 173 54,667 111 ,581 Total University 9 Month Basis, contlnuea Fall 1990 Associate Assistant Instructor $ 38,532 20,858 51 ,604 44,450 52,613 44,514 74,504 62,560 35,666 34,753 39,307 36,864 40,907 36.855 48,516 36. 168 40,452 32,491 46. 377 38,387 49, 134 39,932 66,402 57,274 26,072 20,656 40,017 33,280 42,063 36,453 74,504 62.580 26. 072 25,000 38,632 32.224 40,578 34,849 69,367 62,300 Ec lu<.Jes nun-tenure earning instructional faculty Lecturer Total $ 20,656 55,972 60,755 130.626 34.753 37,913 40.417 51. 137 32,491 46,351 51. 194 68. 141 20,856 44,304 47.555 130.626 25.000 42,436 45,324 111 56 I 143

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Professor HEADCOUNT 475 9 Contract Months 333 12 Contract Months 142 Other Contract Months Male 421! female 47 Black. Non-Hispanic 5 American I nu Ian 3 Asian, Paclf lc lslanuer 23 Hispanic 9 Whl te, Non-Hispanic 435 M"a" Age 54 Mean Eperlence USF 15 Bacflelors 4 Masters 31 Professional 52 Doctorate 388 Tenureo 433 Tenure-Track 32 Non-Tenur e T1 a c1< 10 Nol Applicable T1,e Univt1rsity of Soutt1 Flu1 iua FULL TIME lrjSTRUCTIOUAL FAC U LTV Total Untv .. rstty Fa I I 1990 Associate Assistant Instructor 399 338 85 299 194 39 110 144 47 302 202 3 I 97 136 54 25 19 3 12 24 3 9 14 2 354 291 77 49 40 40 12 3 4 5 10 10 41 65 59 36 64 10 317 199 6 333 I 7 47 219 19 103 95 Lecturer 36 24 12 2!) 11 2 33 50 9 5 21 10 36 MOTE: Instructional fdculty =faculty positio11s ... ith class codes wfli..._h r etleLt a 111aju1 assi9111ut:11t o f instr u rtion, i11 cluc1inu release t o r resecn c h Includes facult y on leave or sabbatical an<.J e,.c lut1es their visit inu 144 Total I 333 979 455 91!!1 345 53 3 62 35 1. 190 48 11 34 217 162 920 783 297 253

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Architecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Natural Sciences Social Sciences 8uslness fOuCil t I 011 Engineering Fine Arts Ne" Collage Other FMHI Medicine Nursing Public Health Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota/New Co I ley11 St. Petersburg Tampa Counts for tile ne .. ly by summing those of Professor 2 62 70 70 39 58 34 29 15 7 5 72 4 e 17 14 442 organlzea Colleye of Arts & The University of Soutl1 FloricJa FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University, contlnuao Fal I 1990 Associate Assistant Instructor 2 37 19 5 38 29 59 39 7 49 18 13 51 32 17 25 27 2 26 19 11 12 3 5 3 4 12 18 11 56 94 14 7 14 1 17 12 1 4 22 12 4 11 11 4 ;)59 310 77 Sciences can t>e olJta l11e11 Arts & Letters, Natural Sciences and Socia I S c le11 es. Lecturer Total 5 2 125 2 140 176 I 7 136 158 4 92 2 76 48 7 26 46 236 32 37 12 2 4 59 4 44 28 I, 216 145

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Non-Hisanic American Ind Ian Asian, Pac If I c Is lan
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Professor HEADCOUNT 62 9 Contract Months 57 12 Contract Months 5 Other Contract Months Male 54 Female 8 Black, Non-Hlspa11lc American Indian Asian, Paclf ic Islander Hispanic Whl te, Non-Hispanic 59 Mean Age 56 Mean E xperience USF 18 Bachelors I Masters 4 Professional Doctorate 57 TenureC1 58 Tenure-Tra c k 2 Non-Tenure T r aci< 2 Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Arts & Letter s -All Ca111pus"s Fall 1990 Associate Assistant I nstructor 37 19 5 34 19 4 3 1 2 4 9 2 13 10 3 6 2 2 29 17 5 49 48 39 14 7 I 1 3 6 4 34 12 35 4 2 1 2 3 5 Lecturer Total 2 125 115 10 2 91 34 9 1 I 2 2 I 12 60 52 15 14 3 2 19 103 97 16 2 12 147

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Prot .. aaor HEADCOUNT 10 9 Contract Months 63 12 Contract Months 1 Other Contract Months Male 65 Female 5 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian 1 Asian, Pac If I c Is I anuer 10 Hispanic 1 White, Non -Hlspan;c 58 Mean Age 53 Mean Eperience USF 19 Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate 68 Tenured 69 Tenure-Traci-Non-Tenure T r ack Not Applicable rhe University ot South Flor1C1a FULL -TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FALULrv Natur a I S c 1 en.::t:ts A I I Ca111J.ll1St:s Fa I I 1990 Assuciate Aaalatan t Instructor 38 29 35 28 3 33 28 5 3 6 2 35 21 47 37 15 3 2 2 36 27 3 4 2 4 22 5 148 Lecturer Total 2 140 2 129 11 1 2 8 12 I 19 3 2 1 17 51 48 27 14 1 2 8 131 105 2 7 2 8

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Professor HEAOCOUNT 70 9 Contract Months 61 12 Contract Months 9 Other Contr
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Professor HEADCOUNT 39 9 Contract Months 32 12 Contract Months 7 Other Contract Months Male 38 Female 1 Bleck, Non Hispanic Amert can Indian Asian, Pac I f i c Islander Hispanic Whl te, Non-Hispanic 39 Mean Age 5 2 Mean Eperlence USF 13 Bachelors Masters 2 Profess Iona I Doctorate 37 Tenurell 35 Tenure-Track 4 Non-Tenure Track Not Applicat>le Ille Unive1s i ty ot Sout11 Flor iua FULL -TIME IN STRUCTIONAL fALULIY Business -All Campuses Fa I I 1990 Associate Assistant Instructor 49 18 13 48 18 10 I 3 43 11 5 6 1 8 4 2 45 16 12 49 43 38 I J 5 5 I 2 3 5 9 3 43 12 2 46 2 3 14 2 1 3 150 Lecturer Total I 7 136 15 123 2 I J 13 I 10 4 26 4 3 I 1 16 128 52 48 6 10 3 10 29 3 101 83 21 17 32

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Professor HEADCOUNT 58 9 Contract Months 55 12 Contract Months 3 Otner Contract Montns Male 48 Female 10 Black, NonH ispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic wni te. Non-Hispanic 57 Mean Age 56 Mean EAperience USF 19 Bachelors Masters 2 Professional Doctorate 56 Tenured 54 Tenure-Track 3 Non-Tenure Track Not Appl tcable The University of South Flurina FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FA(ULTV Education -All Carnpusus Fa I I 1990 Associate Assistant Instructor 51 32 I 7 49 31 15 2 1 2 31 9 4 20 23 13 5 5 46 27 17 53 42 45 14 3 4 1 1 6 7 14 1 45 24 41 I 7 26 3 5 17 Lecturer Total 158 150 e 92 66 10 147 51 13 2 29 I 126 96 36 26 151

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Professor HEADCOUNT 34 9 Contract Months 25 12 Contract Months 9 Other Contrac t Months Male 33 Female 1 Black, Non -Hispanic American Indian 1 Asian, Pacific Isl antler 6 Hispanic 3 White, Non-Hispanic 24 Mean Age 55 Mean E perlence USF 12 Bachelor s Masters Profess Ion a I D octorate 33 T enured 29 Tenure-Traci.. 2 Non-Tenure Tra c k 3 Not App I I cab I e Ille Unlversi ty ot Soutl 101 1t1a INSTRU CllONAL F A L U L I V Engineering -All C amp uses Fa 11 1990 Associate Assistant Instructor 25 27 2 25 27 2 5 24 3 2 5 5 3 16 2 I 2 44 3 8 44 5 9 3 4 2 22 2 3 15 2 9 2 5 2 152 Lecturer T otal 4 9 2 3 61 11 3 85 7 2 1 16 I 7 3 66 .15 46 6 8 1 1 2 12 79 46 3 6 4 1 0

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Professor HEADCOUNT 29 9 Contract Months 24 12 Contract Months 5 Other Contract Months Male 24 Female 5 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pac If ic Islander Hispanic Whl te, Non-Hispanic 28 Mean Age 54 Mean Experience USF 18 Bachelors 2 Masters 18 Professional 1 Doctorate 8 Tenured 27 Tenure-Track 1 Non-Tenure Track 1 Not Applicable The University of South Flor Ida FULL TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULT Y Fine A rts -All Campuses Fa I I 1990 Associate Assistant 26 19 23 19 3 19 11 7 8 2 2 24 17 46 38 12 3 5 4 14 12 l 6 3 22 3 14 4 Instructor lecturer Total 2 76 67 9 55 21 6 70 46 47 11 12 11 2 46 2 17 50 18 2 8 153

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Professor HEADCOUNT 15 9 Contract Months 15 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male 14 Female 1 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 14 Mean Age 54 Mean Experience USF 14 Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate 15 Tenured 15 Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Appl I cable The University of South Florlua FULL TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY New Co I lege Fa I I 1990 Associate Assistant Instructor 17 12 3 17 12 3 11 B 2 6 4 I I 16 11 3 45 36 34 11 2 1 2 3 2 15 9 16 1 10 2 3 154 Lecturer Total 48 46 35 13 1 2 45 46 15 9 :l 7 39 31 11 6

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Professor HEADCOUNT 7 9 Co ntract Months I 12 Contract Months 6 Other Contrac t Months Male 7 Fania le Black, Non H lsanlc American lnaian Asian, Paclf lc lslanaer Hispanic I Whl ta, Non H ispanic 5 Mean Age 5 7 Mean E Aperlence USF 16 Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate 6 Tenureel 6 Tenure-Trac k I Non T enur e Track Not App 1 lcaL> I e I rie University o t fl1Jr i tJa FULLllME IN STHUC TIONAL f ACULI V Other -All Campuses Fa I I 1990 Associate A&&lstant Instructor 5 3 4 2 I 3 2 4 5 I 2 2 2 I 5 3 3 55 45 44 21 8 I 2 2 3 3 4 3 4 Lecturer Total 7 2 6 4 22 4 19 3 7 2 2 3 44 49 4 11 3 4 3 8 14 10 I 15 155

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Professor HEADCOUNT 5 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months 5 Other Contra.:t Month Ii Male 5 fema I e 81acl<, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian. Pactf tc Islander Hispanic Wll It e, Non-Hispanic 5 Mean Age 48 IAean Eperience USF 6 Bachelors Masters Professional 2 Doctorate 3 Tenured 5 Tenure-Traci< t1on -Ter1ure Traci< tlo t Apl lcable The University of South Fl,;1 toa FULL TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Florida Mental Health Institute fil 11 1990 Associate Assistant Instructor 12 18 11 12 18 '' 10 9 6 2 9 5 J I 12 16 7 46 38 36 5 3 2 2 2 7 9 I 11 8 6 2 5 4 13 11 156 Lecturer Total 46 46 30 16 4 I 40 40 4 4 16 4 22 11 7 28

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Professor HEADCOUNT 72 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months 72 Ot11er Contract Months Male 68 Female 4 Black. Non-Hispanic American lnoian Asian, Paci t i c Jslanoer 4 Hispanic 3 White, Non-Hispanic 6S Mean Age SS Mean fperience USF 10 Bachelors Masters Professional 46 Doctorate 26 Tenureo 58 Tenure-Track 12 Non-Tenure Trac k 2 Not App Ii cao I e lhti Unlvtirslty ut uuth Flurlua FULL TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACUlTV Meotclne Fe I I 1990 Associate Assistant l11structor S6 94 14 56 94 14 SI 61 7 5 33 7 2 2 3 6 2 6 51 110 12 45 37 34 10 3 3 I 1 I 4 2 JU 63 9 25 26 2 42 I 5 38 9 55 14 Lecturer Total 236 236 I 8 7 49 4 15 9 208 44 2 7 148 79 10 I S5 BO 157

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Professor HEADCOUNT 4 9 Contract Montns 12 Contract Months 4 Other Contract Months Male Fe1na I e 4 Black. Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Paclf lc Jslanoer Hispanic Whl te, Non-Hispanic 4 Mean Age 5B Mean Eperlencot USF a Bachelors Masters Profess Iona I Doctorate 4 Tenured 2 Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Appl lcaL>le lttt1 Univttrbtty ut South flu1iud FULL TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Nursing Al I Camuses Fall 1990 Associate Assistant Instructor 7 14 7 7 14 7 7 14 7 6 13 7 52 46 47 12 3 3 2 6 7 5 8 6 8 6 7 158 Lecturer Total 32 a 32 I 30 49 5 15 I 7 8 10 14

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Profeasor HEADCOUNT 8 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months 8 Other Contract Months Male 8 Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic Whl te, Non-Hispanic 8 Mean Age 52 Mean Eperlence USF 4 Bachelors Masters Professional 3 Doctorate 5 Tenured 5 Tenure-Track 3 Non-Tenure Track Not Appl \cable Tt1" i ty uf South Florida FULL TIME INSTRUCTIONA L FACULTY Public Health -All Campuses Fall 1990 Asaoclate Assistant 17 12 17 12 12 1 5 5 I 2 16 9 44 44 4 3 2 1 16 10 10 1 10 2 Instructor Lecturer Tote I 37 37 27 10 2 2 33 46 4 2 4 31 15 20 2 159

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P rofessor HEADCOUNT 9 Contrac t Months I 2 Contrac t Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black. Non-Hispani c A m e r i can lmJlan Asian, Paci f i c Islander H ispanic Whl te, No n H ispanic Mean Age Mean Eperlence USf 24 Bachelors Ma sters Profess tonal Ooctorata Tenured Ten u r e -Trac k Non-Tenur e Trac k Not Appl !cable Base d o n campus o f main pay accoun t T h e u n ;ver slty ot Sout h Florida fULL-T IME INSTRUC TIONAL f A C U L T V Asso ciate 7 4 J 6 52 10 7 5 2 f t Myers fal I 1990 Assistant 4 4 J 4 44 2 4 J I nstr u ctor NOTE : 111<.l u d e s fat.u lly 011 l eave or sabl.Jat i c a l a n ti e<.l u tl"s their vlsltiny .,ai.:e111e11ts 160 Lectur e r Total 12 1 2 8 4 11 50 9 I 2 6 5

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contrect Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Eaperlence USF Bachelors Masters Profess Iona I Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenur e Track Not Appl lcabla Professor 29 Based on campus of main pay account The University of South Flor l
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Prof11aaor HEADCOUNT 17 9 Contract Months 17 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male 16 Female Black, Non -Hispanic American lnelian Ast an, Pacific Is I anuer Hispanic White, Non -Hispanic 16 Mean Age 55 Mean E perience USF 14 Bachelors Masters Profess Iona I Doctorate 17 Tenureel I 7 Tenure-Trac k Non -Tenur e Track Nol Applicable Based on campus o f main pay account Tt1e University o f Suutl1 fULL TIME INSTRUCTIONA L FA( U L I V Sara&ota/N11w College Fall 1990 As&ociate Asaiatant Instructor 22 12 4 22 12 4 14 e 2 e 4 2 2 I 20 11 4 46 36 37 11 2 I 2 3 3 20 9 20 10 2 4 NOTE: lnc lu<.Je s fac ulty on leave or sabbatical anel ec l u<.Jes theio visitinu 162 Lecturer l otal 4 59 3 58 I 3 43 16 I I 4 3 54 61 47 10 10 I 2 2 10 47 37 11 4 11

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Professor HEADCOUNT 14 9 Contract Months 14 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male 11 Female 3 Black, Non-Hispanic American lncJlan Asian, Paclf lc lslancJer Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 14 Mean Age 51 Mean fperlence USF 14 Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate 13 TenurecJ 13 Tenure-Track 1 Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable Bast!U on campus of main pay a ccount The University of South Florina FULL -llME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY St. Peter .. ourg Fall 1990 Associate Assistant Instructor 11 11 4 11 10 3 1 I e 5 3 6 4 10 9 4 51 40 50 17 8 3 4 8 10 11 e 3 4 UOTE: Includes faculty 011 leave or salJbatical anc.J e.-cllu .. ttie i1 visitinu r t::lat.ements Lecturer Total 4 44 4 42 2 4 21! 16 2 4 41 61 49 13 11 10 3 34 24 9 4 11 163

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Professor HEADCOUNT 442 9 Contract Months 300 12 Contract Months 142 Other Contract Months Male 399 Female 43 Black, Non-Hispanic 5 American Inell an 3 Asian, Pac If le lslaneler 22 Hispanic 8 Whl te, Non-Hispanic 404 Mean Age 54 Mean Eperience USF 16 Bachelors 4 Masters JO Professlo11al 52 Doctorate 356 Tenured 401 Ter1ure-Track JI Non-Tenure Track 10 Not Applicable BaserJ 011 Ld111p11s a t ma in pay account The University of South Flor ilia FULL TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Tampa Fal I 1990 Assuclate Assistant Instructor 359 310 77 249 167 31 110 143 46 276 186 29 83 124 48 23 18 3 12 23 3 6 I J 2 318 256 69 48 40 39 12 4 4 5 10 9 36 61 52 36 64 10 282 175 6 297 1 7 44 197 18 96 77 NOTE: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excluc1es their visiting replacements 164 Lt:\.. turer Total 28 1. 216 17 764 11 452 18 10 308 50 J 60 1 JO 26 I 073 47 48 7 11 4 32 18 197 162 6 825 7 15 272 28 229

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The University of South Florida PART TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULlY Total University Fall 1990 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer HEAOCOUNT 43 43 86 15 9 Contract Months 8 3 6 4 12 Contract Months 35 40 80 11 Other Contract Months Male 43 37 6 2 6 Female 6 24 9 Black, Non-Hispanic 4 American Indian Asian. Pacific Islander 1 4 5 1 Hispanic 2 4 4 1 White. Non-Hispanic 40 34 73 12 Mean Age 56 46 39 42 Mean fperience USF 9 7 3 3 Bachelors I 2 2 Masters 1 2 B Professional 32 34 66 4 Doctorate 9 B 16 1 Tenureo 23 15 Tenure-Track 13 13 47 Non-Tenure Track 7 15 39 15 Not Applicable N01E: Instructional faculty= Faculty pusitiu11s witf1 c.lass l:oOes whiLl1 a 111ajo r ass\91u11eut of instructit.111, including release time for resea1 c h Includes taculty on leave or sabbatical and ec ludes their visiting r e placements 5 3 2 I 4 1 4 47 6 I 4 5 Total 192 24 168 149 43 6 11 I 2 163 45 6 7 15 136 34 38 73 B 1 165

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Profttssor Headcount FTE TOTAL UNl\/ERSITV 43 16.58 Architecture A1 ts & Sciences A1 ts & Letters 0 .63 Natural Sciences 0 .20 Social Sciences 0 .50 Business 0 75 Educat Ion 0 .75 Engineering 0 .50 F lne Arts 0.75 New College 0 .45 Otller FMHI Medicine 34 11. 65 Nursing Pub I ic ltea I th 0 .40 Ft Myers 0 75 Lakeland .. Co I I ege 0 .45 S t Petersburg Tanoa 41 15 .38 Counts fur tne new I y aruan\ztHI C.o I ltlge Associate Headcount FTE 43 11 .31 2 l 33 2 l 35 38 14 .56 0 13 43 17 37 The University of South Florina PART-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FAC.llLTY Tutal University. <..011t1uu1:tU Fall 1990 Assistant Instructor Headcount FTE Headcount 86 30.58 15 2 1 .07 0 .95 2 0 .91 2 I .00 4 I 45 74 24.90 1 0 25 3 0 .05 86 30.58 15 ot Arts & Sl. I 011C tlS 11"' ol>tai11eu tJy sununing those of Arts & Letters. Natural Sciences and Social Sciences. 166 Lecturer Total FTE Headcount FTE Headcount FTE 7 .24 5 2 .45 I \:12 74.22 3 I /ll 0.20 0 .50 2 l .00 0. 75 1 .54 4 3.24 0 75 0 .20 4 2 .36 0 75 b 3 .83 0 .45 3 l 50 3 I 50 0 .50 1 3 .30 2 .75 153 53.86 l 20 5 l. 58 2 0 .45 0 .75 0 .45 7.24 5 2.45 190 73. U 2

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Eaec/Admin Managerial HEADCOUNT Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian. Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Eperience USF President' s A cademic Affairs Administrative Affairs Development/Alumni Affair s Research Student Affairs Pub I I c A ff a I rs Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tarnpa 99 64 35 6 I 5 87 51 11 I 93 3 4 4 5 1 85 Faculty 8 7 2 6 38 3 8 2 6 n c l1 1cJes all Colle ges, Campuses, a 1 u J FMtll lr1 c l111Jes Athletic s The University of South Flort u a FULL TIME NON-INSTRUCTIONAL FAC ULTY Professional Non-Faculty 213 85 128 19 16 6 172 40 4 208 5 2 1 10 200 Tota I Un Ivers i ty Fa II 1990 Secretarial/ Clerical Technical/ Paraprof Sk 111 ed Crafts Servic e Maintenance Total 320 156 164 25 I 18 11 265 43 6 1 309 I 3 6 6 4 6 13 291 167

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Architecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Natural Sc lances Social Sciences Business Education Engineering Fine Arts New Co 11 ege Other FMHI Medicine Nursing Publ l e Hea I th Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa Eec/Adrnln Managerial 1 2 6 10 11 3 2 41 4 6 3 4 4 4 5 1 79 Faculty 3 3 2 2 6 The Universtty o f Sout h F lori 1a FUL L TIME NONINSTRU C TIONAL FACULTY Academic Affairs A r e a Fal 1 1990 Professional Non-Faculty Secretarial/ Clerical 1 11 1 9 34 33 5 2 8 16 58 I 11 2 I 10 195 Technical/ Paraprof Ot11er i11clud"s CED, BIS U111Jeryradu
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Ex11c/Admln Managerial HEADCOUNT Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic 8 7 White. Non-Hispanic 8 Mean Age 54 Mean Eperlence USF 3 President's Area Academic Affairs 7 Administrative Affairs Development/Alumni Affairs Research Student Affairs Publ le Affairs Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Ti1111pa 8 Faculty fncl.,des all Colleges, Regi onal C amp uses. and FMHI l11c l111Jes l11terrollegiate Ath l etic s The University of South Florio a PARTTIME NONltlSTRUCTIOllAL FACULTY Professional Non -FC1culty 29 13 16 2 3 s 19 41 4 28 29 Total University Fall 1990 s.,i:retarlal/ CI i.r lea l Technical/ Paraprof Sk I I led Crafts Service Maintenanc e Total 37 20 1 7 2 3 s 27 44 4 35 37 169

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Librarian HEADCOUNT 26 9 Contract Months l 2 Contract Months 26 Other Contract Months Male 7 Female 19 Black, Non-Hispanic 2 American Ina Ian Asian, Pacif lc lslancter Hispanic Wt1 I te. Non-Hispanic 23 Mean Age 48 Mean Experience USF 15 Bachelors l Masters 24 Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure -Track Non-Tenure Track 26 Not Appl icaole rhe U niversity of South Florioa LIBRARIANS Total University Fa 11 1990 Associate Assistant 16 4 16 4 5 l l l 3 14 4 4 5 38 8 4 l I l 4 3 16 4 Instructor 8 8 l 7 8 36 3 2 6 8 170 Lecturer Total 54 54 14 40 3 l l 49 45 10 5 47 2 54

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Prof easor HEADCOUNT 14 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Otner Contract Muntns 14 Male 11 Female 3 Black, Non -Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic Wt1 It e, Non -Hispanic 14 Mean Age 64 Mean E perlence USF Bachelors Masters 4 Professional I Doctorate 9 Teriured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track 14 Not AppllcalJte Tne University at South Flor1oa ADJUNC I FAC ULI Y Total University Fall 1990 Associate Asslatant 4 19 4 19 3 15 4 I 4 18 61 42 2 11 I 2 5 4 19 Instructor 231 231 123 108 2 2 3 7 217 45 40 134 9 48 231 Lecturer Total 123 391 123 391 79 231 44 160 4 6 2 I 4 3 11 115 368 47 46 17 60 70 220 7 18 29 93 123 391 171

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Professor Headcount FTE TOTAL UNIVERSITY 14 4 .85 Architecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Natural Sciences 0 .40 Social Sciences 3 0 .80 B u siness 3 l .50 Education 2 0 .60 Engineering 3 0 75 Fine Arts 0 .50 New C o I I ege Otner FMHI Meaiclne tlur s Ing 0 .30 Publ le Health ft. Myi;rs Lakeland Sarasota/New College :it PeterslJurg Tama 14 4 R5 Counts for the newly oraanized College Thi; Unive1 s 1 ty of Soul11 F l t.r 1<.10 Associate Headcount FTE 4 l 28 0.36 0 18 0 .50 0 .24 0 18 3 10 of Arts & S ciences AO.JUNCT FACULT Y Total University, cont i nuell Fa 11 1990 Asi;lstant lnstr1Jctor Headcount FTE Headcount FTE 19 5 .86 231 1'9 .54 5 2 .20 0 18 2 0.66 29 9 .92 8 5 .60 5 0 .97 2 I 4.79 30 8 .52 90 26. 13 3 0 .57 13 3 .22 4 I 46 25 7 .53 1 0 2 .03 I .00 3 0,62 19 4 .94 5 I 06 6 I .56 23 5 .56 19 5 .86 17R 5 6 4 2 c:an be obtained IJy summiny tllose ot Arts & Letters, Natural S c 1e11Les a110 Social S ciences. 172 lecturer Total Headcount FTE Heaocount FTE 123 29.07 391 110. 60 7 2 .74 25 6.27 56 1 6.85 3 0 78 12 6 78 3 1 7 98 60 14.54 17 3 .46 51 1 3 .66 19 4 .53 111 31 26 18 3 .83 37 8 .37 31 9 .99 0 18 0. 18 9 2 .04 19 4 0 7 I .00 0.30 4 0 .86 10 J.24 29 8 lij 5 I 2 7 10 2 .33 31 6 .24 3 7 7 .80 19 4 1 2 43 \l.86 58 1 4 2 0 '!7 l 1;12 4 ]

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Research Associate HEADCOUNT 64 9 Contract Months 15 12 Contract Months 13 Other Contract Months 36 Male 37 Female 27 Black, Non-Hispani c 2 Amer I can Inell an Asian, Pacif lc lslaneler 17 Hispanic 3 Whl te, Non-Hispanic 42 Mean Age 30 Mean Eperlence USF 2 Bachelors 61 Masters 3 Professi o nal Doctorilte Tenureel Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Trac k Not Appl lcaole 64 The unive rsity of South Florioa A SSISlANTS Research Total University Fal I 1990 Teaching Ass lstant Associate 189 44 59 29 14 2 116 13 1 17 29 7 2 15 6 38 7 10 1 135 35 29 35 189 36 8 189 44 Teaching Assistant 267 150 4 113 137 130 16 I 27 18 205 3 I 260 7 267 Graduate Assistant Total 295 859 173 426 21 54 101 379 149 469 146 390 12 3 7 1 2 33 122 17 49 232 649 30 30 294 840 I 19 295 859 173

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174 Ttoe University of Sou 111 FI UI i ua GRADUATE ASSISlANlS Total University, continuetl Fal I 1990 Research Research Teaching Teaching Graduate Associate Assistant Assoc late Assistant Assistant Total Headcount Flf Headcount fTE Headcount FTE Heatlcount FTE Headcount FTE Headcount FTE TOTAL UNIVERSITY 64 JI. 39 189 91 .09 44 21. 63 267 126.78 295 145.95 859 416.84 Arct1 I tee tu re 4 2 .00 6 2 .50 10 4 .50 At ts & Sciences Arts & Letters 0 .39 J I 13 IJ 6 .25 111 53.26 4 I 25 132 62.28 Natural Sciences 24 12.00 35 17 .50 12 6 .00 47 23.09 85 43.50 203 102.09 Social Sciences 24 10.20 32 16.43 41 20. 19 97 46. 8 2 Bus;ness 10 4 .75 9 4 .50 3 1 .50 0 .50 43 21 .50 66 32. 75 Eaucatlon 11 5 .50 8 4 .00 9 4 .68 11 5 .50 38 19.80 77 39.48 Engineering 12 5 75 72 34.38 5 2 .50 36 17 .80 22 10 .88 147 71. 3 1 Fine Arts 21 6 70 5 I 50 26 8 .20 New C o II ege Otner 6 3 .00 4 2 .00 14 6 .60 24 11. 60 FMHI J I .50 13 6 .50 0 .23 17 8 .23 Meal cin e 0 .50 12 6 .63 0 .50 25 12 .50 39 20. I 3 Nursing 2 0 75 3 I .00 5 1 75 Pub I i c Health 2 I .00 0 .50 2 0. 70 11 5 .50 16 7 .70 Ft Myers Lake I anti I 00 0 .50 2 I 50 Sarasota/New College 2 I .05 2 I 05 S t Petersuur y 5 2 50 5 2.50 0 .50 :.l I 50 8 4 5 0 22 11. 50 Tampa 59 2 8 .89 184 8 8 5 9 43 2 I 1 3 2 6 1 123. 2 3 2 8 6 14 0 .95 833 402 79 Counts for the newly organized C o II ege of A rts & S ciences c a n tJe ootai11ed by summing those ot Arts & Letters, Natural S c ie11 ces a n d S o cial Sciences.

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HEADCOUNT Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Ind Ian Asian, Pac If I c lsla11der HI span le While, Non -Hispanic Mean Age Mean Eperlence U5F Pres I dent s Area Ac:atleonlc Affal1s At1111l11ist1atlve "ff., 1 1 s Eec/Admln Manage,. I a I 164 91 73 12 6 146 44 10 9 4 I 41 Ueve I opment I A I UOll\ I Affairs J Re,.earch 1 Stude"t Affairs 52 Pub I le Affairs 11 Ft. Myers 2 Lakelanc1 1 Sarasota J St. Petersburg Tampa 154 Faculty *Includes all Colleges, Regional Campuses, and Fl'lllI **Includes lntercolleglate Athletics The Uni"e 1sity or Soulh r1u1 icJi.i FULLflME A & P EMPLOYEES Profess Iona I Hon-facul ly 247 126 121 20 I 5 15 206 41 J 111 5 J 44 'l2 4 6 5 232 Total Univer s ity Fa II 1990 Secretariat/ Cler lea I Ter:hnlcal/ l'araprof ***Reflects reclasslflcatlon of Support posltlons to A & r, ns 11 result of llOR cl11ssl ftcntlon projPct Sk I I I eel Crafts Servic e Malnte11a11Le Tut;, I 4 I I 2 I 7 I !l 1 :J2 ;' 1 3f>2 fl 1 2 1 2 IUIJ I.I 10 96 :1:1 () I \) 9 Jllb 175

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The University of South Florioa Architecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Natural Sciences Soc I a I Sc I enc es Business Education Engineering fine Arts .. Co I I ege Other FMHI Meal cine Nursing Public Health Ft. Myers Lakelano Sarasota St; Petersburg Tampa faec/Aamln Managerial 33 5 2 2 J 4 31 Faculty FULL-TIME A & P EMPLOYEE S Academic Affairs Area Fal I 1990 Professional Non-Faculty Secretarial/ Clerical 2 1 2 SB 39 7 4 6 5 96 Othe r includes A catJendc Affairs. Support a111J lns t i t utt:s Counts for the newly organized CCJliege of A rts 8. Sr.iences can t J e obtained tiy summing those of Arts & Letters. Natural Sciences and Social Sciences. Technical/ Paraprof Sk 111 ea Crafts Service Maintenance 176 Total 2 I 2 91 44 7 3 6 1 9 9 127

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Exec/Admln Managerial Faculty HEADCOUNT Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian. Paclf lc Islander Hispanic wn1 te. Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Eperlence USF President's Area Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs Development/Alumni Affairs Research Student Affairs Pub I le Affairs Ft Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa Includes al I Colleges Regio 11al Camuses, an< 1 FIAHI Irie lucles Intercollegiate Atlllet 1i.:s The University of South Florida FULL TIME SUPPORT PERSOUNEL Total University Fa 11 1990 Profess tonal Secretarial/ Tecnnlcal/ Sk I I led Service Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof Crafts Maintenance Total 436 I ,024 342 166 434 2,402 136 88 I 7 I 161 249 805 JOO 936 171 5 185 1. 597 45 166 42 21 263 537 2 2 1 6 4 15 11 1 J 34 32 64 22 9 21 148 355 111 2b6 133 146 1 677 41 42 40 46 43 42 7 6 6 8 7 6 I 9 10 275 656 220 62 14 7 I ,360 99 186 79 84 217 665 3 15 2 20 9 13 3 25 40 130 g 20 70 269 9 15 29 53 I 12 1 J 2 4 2 8 4 37 12 13 30 96 6 26 5 12 27 76 423 945 323 141 377 2,209 177

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The University of South Florida FULL TIME SUPPORT PERSOllNEL Academic Affairs Area Fa I I 1990 Eec/Admln Professlonal Secretarial/ Manager la I Faculty Non-Faculty Clar-teal Archttecture Arts & Sc lances Arts & Letters 3 Natural Sciences 9 Social Sciences 5 Business 3 Education 4 Engineering 8 Fine Arts 7 New College Other 53 FMHI 145 Medic Ina 34 Nursing 2 Public Health 2 Ft Myers 1 Lakeland 2 Sarasota 4 st Petersburg 5 Tampa 263 Other includes Academic Affairs, Support Units, and Institutes Counts for the ne .. ly organized College of Arts & Sciences can be outalned lly summing those of Arts & Letters, Natural S ciences and Social Scienr.es. 2 22 34 35 20 38 29 19 12 268 64 87 11 15 12 4 35 23 582 Technical/ Paraprof 1 17 1 2 12 3 137 16 25 1 4 2 12 5 201 178 Ski I led Service Crafts Maintenance Total 2 26 3 63 41 23 44 3 52 30 13 43 97 598 13 49 287 146 14 21 13 e 13 30 94 12 27 72 37 90 I, 173

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HEADCOUNT Male Femet ta Black, Non-Hispanic A111e1 lt:i111 J111Jli111 As i an, Pee If I c Is I an do r 111 Sjliltt IC \'/hit.,, tton-Hlspanlc Mean Age Mean Eaperlence USF President' s Area Eaec/Admln Managerial Academic Affairs AcJmlnlstratlve Aff1tlrs Ouvelopmenl/Alumnl Affairs Research Student Affairs Pull I I c A ff a i rs Ft. Myers Lal
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The University of Soutl. Flnrilla PART-TIME SUPPORT PERSONNEL Architecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Natural Sciences Social Sciences Business Eelucatlon Engineering Fine Arts Ne .. College Other FMHI Meell cine Nursin g P ublic Health Ft. Myers Lakelanel Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa Eec/Admln Managerial Faculty A cademic Affairs A rea Fall 1990 Professional Non -Faculty 4 5 9 Secretarial/ Clerical 1 7 6 5 3 21 6 2 6 44 Other inc l u des Academ i c Affai1s. Suport Units. a 1 u t Inst i t u tes C:oun t s for the n ewly organizeel College o f A r t s & S ciences can lie oll tai11e L 1 O y summing those of A r t s & Lette r s Natural Sciences and Social S c iences. Technical/ Paraprof 2 2 Sk I I I eel Crafts Service Maintenanc e 3 1 1 2 180 Total I B 6 5 3 3 0 6 7 2 I I 2 7 58

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Tile University ot Soutn FI or i<.la EMPLOYEE HEAOLOUNT Total University Fal I 1990 Parttlme fec/ Prof CI erk/ Servi Ful It ime Part time F T. E Male Female A elm/Man Faculty No11-Fac Tech Ma int Stuclent Total TOTAL UNIVERSITY 4,533 4 ,780 670.45 4,683 4,630 469 2,881 1, 440 2,395 441 1 ,687 9,313 Admin & Prof 41 I 24 12.51 225 210 168 267 435 Univ Support Pers 2,402 93 50.57 818 I ,677 449 1 ,605 441 2 ,495 Faculty 1 ,653 229 93.43 1. 313 569 140 1 ,500 242 1, 882 L l o rc11 ia11s 52 2 1 .50 14 40 6 47 54 Acljuncts 8 383 102.60 231 160 391 391 Graci Assistants 7 852 409.84 469 390 859 859 un;..., Support/OPS 790 320 470 790 790 Utt>er 720 508 212 155 130 435 720 Subtotal 4 ,533 3 ,093 670.45 3 ,898 3. 7 28 469 2 ,881 1 440 2,395 441 7 ,626 Stuoerit Assistants I, 372 678 694 I, 3 7 2 1 372 c w s p 315 107 208 315 315 Sul.ltota I 1, 687 785 902 I 687 I. 687 181 u lHE R L rau f ellows. Non Salariell A11jun fts. f'art i c ipants and H os e statf

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Budget Entity Salary Education & General* 131,852 ,516 Auxiliary Enterprises 16,787,187 Contracts & Grants 21,886,657 Health Sciences Center 35,317,806 Student Activities Intercollegiate Athletics 1,500,285 Concessions Student Financial Aid University Total $207,344,451 *FMHI included SOURCE: 1990-91 Operating Budget, Exhibit B The University of South Florida OPERATING BUDGET 1990-91 OPS Expense oco 7,309,315 20,839,811 1,992,190 3, 727 ,375 32,289,021 4,303,407 19,524,158 27,475,715 5,402,063 2,078,738 6,544,087 134,614 575,220 1,190,827 45,323 229,175 1,437,354 23,225 387 ,502 51,300 15,441,490 $33,467,206 $105,605 807 $11,928,897 Spec. Cat. & % of Debt Svcs. Total Total 13 '747 ,146 175,740,978 45.2 633,717 57. 740, 707 14.9 4,975,818 79,264,411 20.4 10, 709,971 54' 785 ,216 14.1 1,811,370 0.5 3,166,814 0.8 462,027 0.1 14 7 ,838 15,589, 328 4.0 $30,214,490 $388,560,851 100.0 1 8 5

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Educ G1n. --$176,740,978 Contract Grant--$79,264,411 SOURCE: Operating Budget, Exhibit B Th University of South Florida OPERATING BUDGET BY BUDGET ENTITY 1990-91 186 ...... .. r-Concesslons--$46 2,027 ... . . . . . .... .. ...... . . . . . . . . . . . Flnanclal Aid--$ 15,589,328 ActlvltlHS 1,811 370 lnt1rcoll Athl.--$3, 166 814

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Budget Entity Education 6i General* Health Sciences Center Auxiliary Enterprises Contracts 6i Grants Intercollegiate Athletics Total nnn included The University o f South Florida SUt-tlARY OF AIITllORIZED POSITIONS By Budget Entity 1990-91 Faculty A 6i P 1,246.56 285.21 312.98 33.00 26.37 102.73 305.06 56.64 1.17 26.93 1,892.14 504.51 SOURCE: 19 90-91 Operating Budget, Schedule 111 Support Personnel Total 1,565.21 3,096.98 371.25 717.23 530.95 660.05 287.27 648.97 13.00 41.10 2,767.68 5,164.33 187

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REVENUES BY SOURCE Student Tuition 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 Financial Reports 1989 s 42,211,589 186,372,142 16,131,819 34,631,739 24, 718,199 9,859,357 9,148,605 21,352,445 $344,425,895 The University of South Florida SOURCES AND USES OF CURRENT FUNDS 1989-90 EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION 12.26% 54.11 4.68 10.05 7.18 2.86 2.66 6.20 100.00'%. Instruction Research Public Service Academic Support Libraries Student Services Institutional Support Operation & Maintenance Scholarships & Fellowships Mandatory Transfers Auxiliary $115,219,116 40,902,949 18,053,682 47,599,657 8,563,562 13,089,591 36,101,960 23,078,164 12,460,108 150,000 20,648,476 S335,867,265 188 34. 30'%. 12.18 5.38 14 .17 2.55 3.90 10.75 6.87 3. 71 0.04 100 .00"-1.

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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 1990-91 At-K>UNT* 1989 s 10,217.7 s 11,359.1 5,862.1 6,193.1 1,506.5 1,555.3 1,373. 7 1,453.5 1,009.3 1,033.7 260.2 310.6 104.2 109.2 223.0 230.5 SOURCE: Florida's Fiscal Analysis in Brief: 1989, 1990 USF Operating Budget % of STATE APPROPRIATIONS 1989 1990 57.4 54.5 14.7 13. 7 13.4 12.8 2.2 2.0 189 I

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TI1e University of South Florida STUDENT FEE RATES* Ft. Myers and Lakeland Campuses 1990-91 FORT MYERS -SEMESTER -CREDIT llOUR FEE BREAKOOWN Undergraduate Fee 5 27 .96 Building Fee 2.32 Capital Improvement Fee 2.44 Activity & Service Fee 6.00 Student Financial Aid Fee 1.40 Athletic Fee .66 Total for Florida Resident 5 40. 78 Additional for Non-Florida Resident 5110.37 Total for Non-Florida Resident 5151.15 LAKELAND -SEMESTER -CREDIT HOUR FEE BREAKDOl.'N Undergraduate Matriculation Fee Building Fee Capital Improvement Fee Activity & Service Fee Student Financial Aid Fee Athletic Fee Total for Florida Resident Additional for Non-Florida Resident Total for Non-Florida Resident Other Required Fees: Application Fee (one-time only) -515.00 *Fees are established b y the Board of Regents as approved by the State Legislature NOTE: A fulltirne load per term is 15 credit hours for undergraduates and 12 credit hours for graduates SOURCE: Finance and Accounting 5 27 .96 2.32 2.44 5.00 1.40 .66 5 39.78 5110.37 5150.15 Graduate/Thesis 5 59.11 2.32 2.44 6.00 2.96 .66 5 73.49 5161.93 5235.42 Graduate/Thesis 5 59.11 2.32 2.44 5.00 2.96 .66 5 72.49 5161.93 5234.42 191

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The University of South Florida STUDENT FEE RATES* Sarasota and St. Petersburg Campuses 1990-91 SARASOTA -SEMESTER -CREDIT llOPR FEE BREAKlJOWN 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 Underaraduate s 27 .96 2.32 2.44 6.30 1.00 1.40 .66 s 42.08 5110.37 $152.45 ST. PETERSBURG -SEMESTER -CREDIT llOUR FEE BREAKOOlm Undergraduate Matriculation Fee Building Fee Capital Improvement Fee Activity & Service Fee Student Financial Aid Fee Athletic Fee Total for Florida Resident Additional for Non-Florida Resident Total for Non-Florida Resident Other Required Fees : Application Fee (one-time only) -$15.00 s 27.96 2.32 2.44 6.50 1.40 .66 s 41.28 $110 .37 $151.65 *Fees are established by the Board of Regents as approved by the State Legislature NOTE: A fulltime load per term ls 15 credit hours for undergraduates and 12 credit hours for graduates SOURCE: Finance and Accounting Graduate/Thesis s 59.11 2.32 2.44 6.30 1.00 2.96 .66 s 74.79 $161.93 $236. 72 Graduate/Thesis s 59.11 2.32 2.44 6.50 2.96 .66 s 73.99 $161. 93 $235.92 192

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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 STUDENT FEE RATES* Tampa Campus 1990-91 SEMESTER -er.EDIT HOUR FEE BREAKOOl.'N Undergraduate s 27.96 2.32 2 44 5.40 1.40 3.51 3.66 s 46.69 $110.37 157.06 Other Required Fees : Application Fee (one-time only) -$15.00 *Fees are established by the Board of Regents as approved by the State Legislature NOTE: A fulltime load per term is 15 credit hours for undergraduates and 12 credit hours for graduates SOURCE: Finance and Accounting Graduate/Thesis s 59.11 2.32 2.44 5.40 2.96 3.51 3.66 s 79 .40 $161. 93 241.33 193

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Fee Building Fee Capital Improvement Fee Activity & Service Fee Student Financial Aid Fee Athletic Fee Health Fee The University of South Florida STUDENT FEE RATES* College of Medicine 1990-91 SEMESTER FEE BREAKOO\m 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-Time only) $15.00 *Fees are established by the Board of Regents as approved by the State Legislature SOURCE: Finance and Accounting 194 s 2,700.00 46.40 48.eo 86.84 135.00 56.40 58. 71 s 3,132.15 s 4,306.25 215.32 s 7,653.72

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Sources of Revenue Cash Forward Fees Sales and Services Other Interest Overhead Assessments Transfers In Total Activities Ille University of South Florida AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES BUDGET Activity and Source of Funds 1990-91 Auxiliaries (Incl. Ex tens ion and Working Capital) Dormitory Revenue Cert. Transfers Out Year End Cash Total SOURCE: 1990-91 Operating Budget, Schedule 1-B Amount $18,570,876 4,988,879 31,389,691 15,019,128 670,065 2,035,505 9,323,543 $81,997,687 56, 731,972 1,010,000 10, 735 '777 13,519,938 $81,997,687 195

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The University o f S outh Fl orldn CONTRACTS and GRANTS S ources of Funding 1989-90 Amount Federal Gov ernment $ 27,387,608 Corporation for Public Broadcasting Department of Defense Environmental Protection Agency NASA National Institute of Health National Science Foundation Solar Energy Research Institute U.S. Department of Agriculture U.S. Department of Conmerce U.S. Department of Education U.S. Department of Energy U.S. Department of Health & Human Services U.S. Department of Interior U.S. Department of Justice U.S. Department of Transportation 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 S OURCE: Division of Sponsored Research 1989-90 Annual Funding Report 1,296,894 6,627,190 2 0 2 ,4 74 899,994 1,993,774 124,746 1,107,216 3,657 ,073 391,855 1,154,518 560,142 564 ,6ll 8,010,375 535,4i2 261,274 13, 747,192 13,747,192 11,510,355 875,128 5,607,837 5,027,390 $52,645,155 196 % of Total 52% 26% 22% 100 %

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*Includes Marine Science The University of South Florida CONTRACT & GRANT AWARDS Total University College Architecture Arts & Sciences Arts & Letters Natural Sciences Social Sciences Business Administration Education Engineering Fine Arts Medicine Nursing Pub lie Hea 1th Regional Campuses Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota/New College St. Petersburg Centers & Institutes Center for Excellence 1989-90 Florida Institute of Oceanography (FIO) Florida Center for Urban Design & Research Florida Mental Health Institute (Hllll) International Exchange Center on Gerontology Administrative Units Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs Extended Studies and Learning Technologies Office of Research Student Affairs Total University Total for the newly organized College of Arts & Sciences can be obtained by su11111ing Arts & Letters, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences. SOURCE: Division of Sponsored Research 1989-90 Annua l R eport Amount s 5,000 14, 775 6,607,764* 901,088 779,438 5 '778, 735 9,880,335 24 ,500 17,945,405 32,129 1,552,714 3,595 5,150 87 ,400 958,465 370,875 3,418,954 360,313 20,245 3,660,525 209,811 27 '939 S52 ,645 ,155 197

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Sport Baseball Basketball Cross Country Golf Riflery Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball The University of South Florida INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS GRANTS-I N A ID 1990-91 Men s 54,000 120,000 18,000 22, 500 3,800 45,000 22,500 Total Intercollegiate Athletics Grants-in-Aid $285 800 SOURCE: 1990-91 USF Intercollegiate Athletic Budget 198 Women s 58,500 18,000 27,000 45,000 31,500 49,500 $229,500

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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: 1990-91 A 6. S Operating Budget $ Hie University of South Florida ACTIVITY 6. SERVICE fEE BUUC.ET 1990-91 Tampa Ft. Sarasota (37. 395) s 23,444 $ 8,247 2,932,798 109, 716 222 ,843 26,746 12,000 2,000 2,922,149 145,160 233,090 18,810 60,934 1,104,930 130, 712 167,727 1,123,740 130, 712 228,661 1,656,039 1,656,039 52,779,779 $130, 712 $228,661 St. Petersbur& Lakeland Total s 38, 175 s 3,364 s 35 ,835 261,475 38,817 3,565,649 20,000 300 61,046 319,650 42 ,481 3,662,530 79,744 261,791 38,817 1,703,977 261,791 38,817 1,783,721 1,656 ,039 1,656,039 $261,791 $38,817 $3 ,439. 760 199

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Aue ts 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, 1990 1988 $32,970,965 1,136,553 S31,834 ,412 603,278 (135 ,279) 5,283,609 3,908,591 s 9,660,199 *Includes both Foundation and Alumni Affairs (Separate Flnanclal Reports in 1989/90). 1989 1990* $51,462,204 $67,880,117 4, 784,023 6,392,752 $46,678,181 $61,487. 365 826,081 1,142,033 57,287 460,429 11,572,375 15,537,070 9,799,547 7,749,555 $22,255,290 $24,889,087 201

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Hunter's C.reen Endowed Chair in Urban Design and Development College of Architecture (to be filled) Sam H. C.ibbons Chair in Architecture and Urban Design College of Architecture Jonathan Barnett Eleanor Poynter Jamison Endowed Chair in Media Ethics and Press Polley College of Arts and Sciences (to be filled) Marie f. and E. Leslie Cole Endowed Chair in Ethics College of Arts and Sciences (to be filled) Debartolo Endowed Chair in Liberal Arts Colleges of Natural Sciences, Fine Arts, Social & Behavioral Sciences, and Arts & Letters (to be fl Richard and Patricia Wood Endowed Chair in Natural Sciences College of Natural Sciences (to be filled) St. Petersburg Progress Chair in Marine Science College of Natural Sciences (search in progress) 111e llnlvcrslty of South Florlcla ftHJOllED CHA IRS 1990-91 Evelyn Ouvall Endowed Chair In famll> Development College of Sccial & Behavioral Sciences -Sarasota Hamilton I. McCut-ben Barnett Bank Chair in Banking and Finance College of Business Administration (to be f1 lled) First Florida Banks Endowed Chair In Business Administration College of Business Administration (to be fll led) Hidden River Corporate Park Chair In Business Administration College of Business Administration (to be ft 11 ed) Jim & Leacy Quinn Chair ln Accounting and Taxation College of Business Administration Cherie Jeanne O'Neil, Ph.D. L ykes Chair In Banking and Finance College 0f Business Administration James Pappas, Ph.D. Culve1 ho11se Chall" in Education USF Sarasota College of Education IH l llam C. Rhodes Endowed Chair in Computer Science and Engineeriug College of Engineering 202 (4 Visiting Scholars being schedule
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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 Gary Litman, Ph.D. Anonymous Chair in Ophthalmology College of Medicine (to be filled) Berry-Shriners Endowed Chair in Pediatrics-Orthopedic Research College of Medicine (search in progress) Cortner/Couch Chair in Cancer Research College of Medicine
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Site Number Site Name TOTAL UNIVERSITY 0001 Tampa Campus (excl. lllth Sci Ctr) 0038 Health Sciences Center* 0039 Florida Hen ta l Heal th Institute 0048 Moffitt Cancer Care Ctr 0004 St. Petersburg Campus 0003 Sarasota Campus 0043 Polk Joint Use Facility 0002 Ft. Myers Campus 0046 Ft. Myers WSFP FM/TV 0044 Riverview (TV Transmitter) 0045 Chinsegut Street Address 4202 East Fowler Ave. 12901 N. 30th Street 13301 N. 30th Street 12902 Magnolia Drive 830 First Street, S. 5700 N. Tamiami Trail The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Site Fall 1990 Acquisition City Year Tampa 1958 Tampa 1975 Tampa 1981 Tampa 1985 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 P.t. 2, Box 216 Brooksville 1963 *Psychiatric Hospital (site 0049) now included in site 0038. Site No. of Bldg. Gross Parking Acreage Buildings Sq. Ft. Spaces 1,901. 7 283 5,707,113 16,610 1,453.8 173 3,473,925 11,639 4 7. 5 12 581,844 1,073 39.3 10 361, 334 995 20.0 2 366, 794 431 22.2 10 305,315 626 108.9 50 408,418 973 0.1 3 32,816 575 55.1 10 148,983 298 0.1 1 1,651 40.0 1 2, 720 114. 7 11 23,313 207

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CLASSROOM TEACHING LAB FIE SEARCH LAB LIBRARY OFFICE INSTR MEDIA AUDITORIUM STUDENT SVC SUPPORT SVC GVM NON-ASSIGN OTHER :J 36,971 The University of South Florida NET SQUARE FOOTAGES BY SPACE TYPE Total University -Fall 1990 I 232,602 303,716 I 241,663 '297,664 919,486 I 116,932 I 283,496 I 112,050 I 161,549 I 341,470 I I I I I 208 I 1,409, 10 6 I I I 0 200,000 400,000 600,000 800,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 1,400,000 1,600 000 SOURCE: BOR SUSSPAS6

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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) Temporary Bookstore C (West) Chester Howell Ferguson Hall (Business) Child Care Center Stavros Center for Econ011ic Education Chemistry Co111nunication and Information Sciences Chinsegut Unit A Chinsegut Unit B Chinsegut Unit C Chinsegut Unit D Chinsegut Unit E Chinsegut Unit F Chinsegut Unit G-Caretaker Chinsegut Hill 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 (\.lhse #1) Education Electrical Equipment Storage Electrical Metering Substation Engineering Module A Classroom Engineering Module B Classroom Engineering Module C Classroom Engineering Module D Of fices Engr Module E Electrical Engr BLDG# l 96 67 38 78 98 97 200 201 220 119 121 228 2 230 8011 8012 8013 8014 8015 8016 8010 8017 8001 8019 8018 191 88 6 2 10 41 4 219 65 66 198 126 214 215 216 217 218 The University of South Flo rlcla PHYSICAL FACll.ITIES BY BUILDING Tampa Campus PFX ADM ANP AOC ARP BAS BEH BRO BSA BSB BSC BSN CCC CEE CHE CIS CNA CNB CNC CND CNE CNF CNG CNH CNM CNN CNO CPE CPR CPI CRO CRS CTR CUT DUP EDU EES ELS EMA EHB me mo EME Fall 1990 ASSIGNABLE SQ FT 44 '782 7,804 1,050 19,386 5,474 1,259 1,259 568 59,383 519 3,500 40,657 53,550 1,156 1,156 1,156 1,156 1,156 1,156 1,156 1,436 9,561 1,285 514 1,157 77. 7 33 2 61 1,075 8,429 107,418 2,810 B,178 37,044 1,075 1,075 1,199 861 1,032 NON-ASSIGNABLE SQUARE FEET 21,956 346 4,627 279 10,292 541 38,996 27,651 39,379 18,235 523 51,643 364 74 15,017 197 77 189 372 TOTAL GSF 74. 768 400 14,094 332 1,476 33,685 6,161 1,338 1,338 616 118,905 576 4,214 78,027 80,325 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,500 11, 15 7 1,344 576 1,280 1 29,204 20,225 1,440 10,452 160,614 3,475 8,955 59,507 197 100 1,152 l ;152 1,296 1,152 1,591 BUILDING SUPERVISOR L ydic, L. Honker, A. King, R.C. Honker, A. Cardieri, E. Penner, L. King, R.C. King, R.C. King, R.C. King, R.C. Ness, T. Honker, A. Langlois, M. Schneller, s.w. TBA King, R.C. King, R.C. King, R.C. King, R.C. King, R.C. King, R.C. King, R.C. King, R.C. King, R.C. King, R.C. King, R.C. Cuarta, A. Richmond, R. Cuarta, A. Honker, A. \.leber, E. tlarshal l, P. Scott, L.A. Simmons, K. White, K. Cuarta, A. Cuarta, A. Scott, L.A. Scott, l..A. Scott, L.A. Scott, L.A. Scott, L.A. 20')

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T h e llnlversity o f South Florida 2 1 0 l'llYSICAL FACILITIES B Y BUILDING Tampa Campus, continue d Fall 1990 ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING BUILDING NAME BLDG# PFX SQ FT SQUARE FEET GSF SUPERVISO R Engine ering 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 4 2 ,439 29,514 91,251 Scott, L.A. Engineering Laboratory Building 186 ENL 3,017 321 3,580 Scott, L.A. Engineering Research 46 ENR 4,590 901 6,043 Scott, L.A. Educational Research Ctr. Child Development 202 ERC 5,469 2,878 6,760 Allyn, 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 3,345 154 4,080 R o mig, 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 Contemporary Art 192 FAM 15,010 1,647 19,209 Wolfe, R. Faculty Office Building 86 FAQ 25,128 11,881 42,12 9 Blank, W. Fine Arts Studio 193 FAS 5,993 571 8,084 Eaker, A. Botanical Gardens Storage 85 GAR 236 236 Alvarez, M. Golf Cart Garage 92 GCG 3,174 3,296 Shiver, R.11. Golf Clubhouse and Operations 87 G Cll 2 ,883 295 3,228 Shiver, R.11. Golf Course Maintenance Office 83 G C M 60 2 667 Shiver, R.11. 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.11. Grounds Dept. Equipment Shed 185 GES 2,083 2,106 Cuarta, A. Greenhouse #1 Shadehouse 21 GllA 1,460 1,460 Alvarez, Greenhouse # 2 95 GHB 2 295 2 ,433 Alvarez M. Greenhouse #3 196 GHC 142 142 Alvarez, M Botanical Gardens Hothouse 197 GHii 144 144 Alvarez, M. Grounds Dept. Maintenance Shed 93 GMS 673 710 Cuarta, A. G olf Course Shelter A (4th Tee) 103 GSA 100 115 Shiver, R.H. Golf Course Shelter B (Bth Tee) 104 GSB 100 115 Shiver, R.H. Golf Course Shelter C (12th Tee) 105 GSC 100 115 Shiver, R.H. G y mnasium 36 GYM 54,885 14,328 89,015 Hoffman, II. Human Services Building 39 HMS 34 ,040 27,888 69,759 Myerson, M. Hazardous Waste Storage Trailer # l 189 HZA 271 284 Carsey, S. Hazardous Waste Storage Trailer #2 190 HZB 271 284 Carsey, S. Hazardous Waste Facility 212 HZF 1,944 2,2 63 C arsey, S. Hazardous Waste Storage -Tampa 118 llZT 494 561 Carsey, S. Intercollegiate Restrooms 211 ICR 400 BOO Camp be 11 J. Campus Information Center 89 INF 1 2 5 2 0 261 M oran, J.

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11le University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUH.DING Tampa Campus, continued Fall 1990 ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUH.DING BUILDING NAME BLDGI PFX SQ FT SQUARE FEET GSF SUPERVISOR Library 100 LIB 237,271 46,080 304,141 Fustukjian, s. Life Science 7 LIF 26,382 20,546 53,054 Alvarez, M. 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, M. Observatory 28 OBS 1,701 2,022 Eaker, A. Physical Plant Operations Administration 42 OPH 8,327 1,593 10,915 Cuarta, A. P.E. Classrooms 37 PED 11,493 6,027 20,329 Hoffman, H. P.E. Football Storage 222 PEF 162 200 Honker, A. P.E. Grounds Building 125 PEG 1,130 1,200 Camp be 11 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 Campbell J. 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 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 790 864 Cuarta, A. Parking Services Building 188 PSB 3,765 486 4,381 Moran, J. Parking Svcs Maintenance Shed 206 PSM 140 156 Moran, J, Parking Svcs Storage Shed 205 PSS 140 156 Moran, 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 llall 19 RBE 43,621 14,155 72,265 King, R.C. Delta Hall 29 RDE 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. Gamma Hal 1 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 llall 58 RKA 30,542 8,002 44,535 King, R.C. Lambda llall 59 RI.A 9,918 2,698 14,578 King, R.C. Mu llall 60 RMU 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. 2 11

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The University of South Florida 2 1 2 PllYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING Tampa Campus, continued Fall 1990 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 llall 56 RTll 9,454 2,804 14,578 King, R.C. Zeta Hall 32 RZE 11,564 1,870 14,118 King, R.C. Sma 11 Business Dev. Trailer 187 SBD 1,133 189 1,440 Ness, T. Science Center 75 SCA 62,539 22,262 91,821 Swihart, S Student Health Services 213 SHS 8,524 2, 715 12,800 Mockler, B. Social Science Building 81 soc 69,269 33,151 111,613 IHenker, C. Stadium 143 STA 13,890 8,973 24,983 Camp be 11, J. Sundome 120 SUN 134 ,682 50,141 193,843 LaPan, M. Student Services 3 SVC 123,464 46 ,421 203,445 Fisher, C.E. Sewage Pumping Station 11 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 4,837 5,000 King, P.C. Telecommunications Trailer 225 TCT 594 659 Ellis, G. Theatre II 145 THR 6,363 8,891 17,348 Hancock, J. Chemical Treatment Station 17 TRT 562 662 Cuarta, A. University Lecture Hall 40 ULH 4 ,124 350 5,237 Myerson, M. University Police Building 12 UPB 4 ,150 1,305 6,210 Staehle, R. University Police -Storage Trailer 183 UPS 1,300 1,400 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 2,880 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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BUILDING NAME Village -Building 11 Village -Building 12 Village -Building 13 Village -Building 14 Village -Building 15 Village -Buildinq 16 Village -Building 17 Village -Building 18 Village -Building 19 Village -Building 20 Village -Building 21 Village -Building 22 Village -Building 23 Village -Building 24 Village -Building 25 Village -Building 26 Village Multipurpose Building Village Maintenance Storage Shed Warehouse 12 Warehouse f 3 Warehouse #6 Well House Well #2 WUSF Radio Building Watersports Storage H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Ctr/Rsch. Institute Cancer Care Mechanical Building College of Public Health Health Sciences -Clinic 30th St. Pedestrian overpass Health Sciences -Main Building Health Sciences Grounds Shed Health Sciences -Laboratory Health Sciences Mechanical Health Sciences Nursing Health Sciences -Storage Health Sciences -Vehicle Storage Shed Hea Ith Sciences Warehouse BLDGI 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 199 184 74 80 137 15 194 221 138 139 223 116 195 113 203 114 102 115 117 204 124 The University of South Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING Tampa Campus, continued Fall 1990 ASSIGNABLE PFX SQ FT VLK 2,418 VLL 2,418 VUI 2,418 VLN 2 ,418 VLO 2,418 VLP 2,418 VLQ 2,418 VLR 2,418 VLS 2,418 VLT 2,418 VLU 2 ,418 VLV 2 ,418 VLW 2,418 VLX 2,418 VLY 2,418 VLZ 2,418 VMP 1,331 VMS 543 WHB 3,904 WHC 13,653 WHO 10,195 WLH WRB 12,026 WSS 444 Health Sciences* CCO 209,597 COi CPH 57,650 54,516 HOB 160,808 HOG 799 37,598 HOM 1,980 15,124 2,300 720 MDW 981 NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING SQUARE FEET 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. 495 1,946 King, R.C. 576 King, R.C. 4,160 Cuarta, A. 14,200 Weber, E. 30 10,808 Weber, E. 180 218 Cuarta, A. 5,238 19,953 Young, J. 480 Honker, A. 122,162 362,000 Slone, E. 4,574 4, 794 Slone, E. 86,475 Boromei, M. 25 ,071 93,237 Chavez, G. 6,434 6,434 Chavez, G. 78,769 294,522 Chavez, G. 878 Chavez, G. 8,677 51,336 Chavez, G. 2,460 4,815 Chavez, G. 7 ,428 27,678 Chavez, G. 2,336 Chavez, G. 760 Chavez, G. 1,128 Chavez, G. 2 1 3 *Includes: Medical Complex, Florida Mental llealth Institute, II. J.ee Moffitt Cancer Center/Research Institute, and Psychiatric llospltal.

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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 Central Training School and Administration Activities Complex HUH-Classroom-North FlDH-Classroom-South Psychiatric Hospital Areca Hall Central Utilities Ft. rs Fl tness Center WSFP T.V./Radfo Transmitter Building Northwest Transition Barbara B. Hann Performing Arts Hall Royal Palm Hall Sabal Hall South Southwest Transition West Southwest Transition W. Thomas Howard Hall Curtis Peterson Academic Center Lakeland/Pee Joint Use Space Lakeland Center Phase II BLDG# 134 135 136 129 130 131 132 133 140 141 209 4005 4008 4010 8600 4002 4009 4001 4003 4006 4004 4007 8700 8710 8701 The University of South Florida PllYSJCAL FACILITIES l\Y BUILDING Health Sciences, continued Fall, 1990 ASSIGNABLE PFX SQ FT MGX 5,235 5,276 MGZ 4,418 MHA 14,627 MHB 14,939 128,608 Ml!F 8,578 41,371 MHI 1,091 MHJ 1,091 PSH 9,491 Fort Myers Campus ARH 7,792 CUB FCF 4,200 FFP 1,345 NOW 660 PAH 41,318 RPH 13,571 SAH 10,632 wow WTH 10,358 Lakeland Campus l..KC LKJ l..KS 14,686 1,831 11,245 NON-ASSIGNABLE SQUARE FEET 1,621 1,581 1,500 3,684 7 ,810 55,305 1,875 10,617 30 30 2,754 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 12,245 10,690 1,626 5,182 1,651 7,246 60,698 21,454 16,150 4,612 4,612 16, 713 19,419 2,152 11,245 214 RUILDING SUPERVISOR Boyd, L.A. Boyd, L.A. Boyd, L.A. Magdaleny, M. Henry, E. Paris, F. Boyd, L.A. llenry, E. Boyd, L.A. Boyd, L.A. Reading, A. Nitschke, G. Nitschke, G. Nitschke, G. Ralle, J. Nitschke, G. Nitschke, G. Nitschke, G. Nitschke, G. Nitschke, G. Nitschke, G. Nitschke, G. Ralston, Y. Ralston, Y. Ralston, Y.

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The University of S0uth Florida PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUI LDIN<; Sarasota/New College Campus Fall, 1990 ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING BUILDING NAME BLDGI PFX SQ FT SQUARE FEET GSF SUPERVISOR Anthropology 3043 ANL 595 652 Penn, I. Art Studio A (Trailer) 3053 ASA 1,286 1,344 Penn, T. Art Studio B (Trailer) 3054 ASB 1,010 287 1,344 Penn, T. Art Studio C (Trailer) 3055 ASC 1,295 1,344 Penn, I. Art Studio D (Trailer) 3056 ASD 1,150 104 1,329 Penn, I. Bookstore 3034 BKS 1, 713 1, 740 Penn, I. Hamilton Boiler Room 3026 BLR 106 2,503 2,964 Penn, I. Barn 3005 BRN 2 ,219 2,636 Penn, I. Bath House 3037 BTH 362 461 Penn, T. Caples House 3018 CAP 3,325 1,355 5,804 Penn, T. Caples Garage 3019 CGR 1,570 470 2,350 Penn, T. College Hall -Library 3001 CHL 10,660 5,469 21,441 Penn, T. Cook Hall (South Hall-Admin.) 3002 COH 5,380 3,986 12 ,04 7 Penn, T. Development (Trailer) 3007 DEV 893 939 Penn, I. Sarasota Fitness Center 3052 res 6,700 8,380 Penn, T Fine Arts Barracks 3031 FNA 1,923 2,072 Penn, T. Greenhouse 30ll GRH 617 685 Penn, T. Natural Science Hanson 3010 HAN 9,482 4,121 14,429 Penn, T. Hamilton Classrooms 3022 HCL 8,938 4,329 15,399 Penn, T. Hamilton Center 3021 HCT 14,437 5 ,572 24, 778 Penn, T. Hazardous Waste Storage -Sarasota 3040 HZS 494 559 Penn, T. Jane Bancroft Cook Library 3042 LBR 49,032 19,202 74, 731 Penn, T. Motel "A" 3036 MrA 2,576 3,024 Penn, T. Motel "B" 3035 HTB 912 1,155 Penn, T. Pei Dorm (East) 3025 PDE 16,766 24,482 Penn, T. Pei Dono (South) 3024 PDS 16,766 24 '213 Penn, T. Pei Dorm 3023 16 ,532 24,482 Penn, T. Barracks -Physical Plant "A" 3029 PHA 1,575 365 2,000 Penn, T. Barracks -Physical Plant "C" 3032 PHC 1,950 2,000 Penn, T. Barracks -Physical Plant "D" 3030 PHD 453 514 Penn, T. Physical Plant -Sarasota 3045 PHS 3,996 5,350 Penn, I. Palmer "A" 3013 PMA 5,133 3,226 9,4ll Penn, I. Palmer "B" 3014 PMB 5 ,424 1,212 8,230 Penn, T. Palmer "C" 3015 PMC 5,760 1,561 8,534 Penn, T. Palmer "D" 3016 PMD 5 '773 1,446 8 ,534 Penn, I. Palmer "E" 3017 PME 4 '707 1,929 8,230 Penn, T. Pumphouse 3006 PMP 661 755 Penn, T. Robertson Hall (Carriage House) 3003 ROB 2 ,489 555 3,681 Penn, T. Natural Science Selby 3009 SEL 8,157 1,542 12,916 Penn, T. Superintendent's House 3012 SPT 1,340 1,860 Penn, I. Socia 1 Science 3004 SSC 1,170 284 1, 794 Penn, T. 2 1 5

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The Unlversity of South Florlda PllYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUlLl>ING 2 1 6 College, continued Fall, 1990 ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING BUILDING NAME Bl.DG# PFX SQ FT SQUARE FEET GSF SUPERVISOR Sudakof f Lecture and Conference Center 3041 SUD 8,595 1,793 12,216 Penn, T. Utility -Pumps 3008 UTL 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 Motel -Restaurant 3050 VKR 2,378 3,184 Penn, T. Viking Two-Story 3051 Vli:T 7,822 15,472 Penn, T. Zinn Building 3044 ZIN 11,563 13,395 Penn, T. St. Petersburg Campus Campus Activity Center -St. Pete 2112 CAC 16,505 22,100 Brames, H. Coquina Hall 2108 COQ 19,136 16,105 40,397 Brames, H. Central Utility Plant 2006 CUP 3,063 3,322 Brames, H. Lowell E. Davis Memorial llall 2005 DAV 36,529 23,470 69,738 Brames, H Marine Science Lab 2047 MSL 52,372 21,790 81, 710 Betzer, P. Marine Shop and Warehouse 2107 MSW 8,012 1,119 9,208 Betzer, P. Plant Operations/Receiving 2109 POR 5,920 2,375 8,916 Brames, H. Power House 2069 966 1,100 Brames, H. Nelson Poynter Library 2004 POY 23,305 2,844 34,869 Brames, H. Building B -St. Pete Campus 2048 SPB 22,927 10,342 33,955 Brames, H.

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The University of South Florida UNIVERSITY COMPUTING RESOURCES Total University Fall 1990 University Computing Services Divisions: Academic and User Services Central Florida Regional Data Center Information Systems Group Mainframes: IBM 3090 -300E with Vector Facility (VM/XA -Direct Access Storage: Over 100 2 12,000 16 Gb Tape Storage: Printers: 6250/1600 BPI Volumes 3480 Cartridge Devices 1 Hetra line 3 IBM 4245 1 Xerox 3700 1 HP Laserjet 2000 1 IBM 3816 Operating Environments : CICS, VM/CMS, PHOENIX, lffl..BUR, TSO, AIX (UNIX) Networks: Access: X.25 FIRN (Florida Information Resource Network) BITNET (Inter-Institution Academic Network) Suranet (Research Internet) SUS Network (IBM SNA Network) IBM Information Network FIRN/IP Internet 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: 6 IBM 5520 Distributed Processors 300* QA Workstations & PCs 4 Scanmasters *Estimates as of 11/90 SOURCE: University Computing Services College of Engineering Minicomputers: 4 Ardent Titan/P2 1 PDP 11/34 1 Perkin-Elmer 7500 1 DEC 8350 Workstations: Collese of Arts & Minicomputers: Workstations: Other Cam12uses Minicomputers: lforkstat ions 3 DEC VAX 11/750 1 DEC VAX 2000 11 AT&T 3B2 1 Graphicon 208 588 61 2 Sciences 2 3 90 409 3 2 36* 388* Terminals Micros Sun Gould Iris Graphics Microvax Terminals Micros Sun AT&T 6386 Terminals PCs Other Collese-Based Resources Minicomputers: 1 IBM 9370 2 5 DEC 11/23+ 1 1 DEC PDP 11/03 1 1 DEC GPX 1 1 DEC MINC 4 1 PDP 11/73 6 2 SUN Workstations: 197* Termin als 1,019 Micros 645 Printers 42* Plotters llP 9000/370C llP 9000/318M HP 9000/835 HP 550 AT&T 3B2 DEC Micro Vax 217

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TAMPA CAMPUS Gymnasium USF Golf Course USF Riverfront Park Stadium Sun Dome Bicycle Facilities Baseball Basketball/Volleyball Golf Handball/Racquetball Outdoor Swimming Parcourses Soccer and Football Softba 11 Tennis Track The University of South Florl
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IT. MYERS CAMPUS Fort Myers Fitness Center SARASOTA CAMPUS Basketball/Volleyball Boating Outdoor Swimming Tennis ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS Campus Activity Center Outdoor Swimming USF Watercraft Program SOURCE: Campus Recreation The University of South Florida RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY FACILITIES Fall 1990 -facilities located Indoor: in the Activities and Recreation Center are: 1) Two Racquetball Courts Outdoor: 1) Sandpit Volleyball Court 4) Fitness Trail 2) Multipurpose Fitness Activity Room 2) Covered Pavilion with barbecue 3) Locker/Shower Rooms 3) Basketball Hoop, Bocce Court, Horseshoe Pit one outdoor volleyball court, one outdoor basketball court -two canoes, two catamarans, one windsurfer, with bayfront access on campus one outdoor pool two courts -facilities located in the Campus Activity Center are: 1) Weight Training/ 2) Locker/Shower Room 3) Main Gym Area-Basketball/ Aerobics Room Volleyball/Badminton one outdoor pool -watercraft recreation area with four sloop-rigged boats, three lasers, and two canoes available 219

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The University of South Florida PUBLIC EVENTS FACILITIES Fall 1990 FINE ARTS EXHIBITION Theatre Lobby Gallery (TAT) Teaching Gallery (FAH 110) FINE ARTS PERFORHANCE Theatre I (TAT) Theatre II (THR) folisic Recital Hall (FAH 101) Studio Theatre (TAR 120) E xhibition space Exhibition space Proscenium stage Variable configuration performance space Recital platform Variable configuration performance space Estimated Annual Fine Arts Performances and Exhibitions* Estimated Annual Fine Arts Performance and Exhibition Attendance* GENERAL EXHIBITION USF Fine Art foliseum University Center Gallery (CTR 102) GENERAL PERFORMANCE/ASSEMBLY University Center Special Events Center Sun Dome University Center 1956 Ballroom University Center Meeting Rooms *Performances and exhibitions are a part of the academic programs. Variable configuration exhibition space Exhibition space Stage/Auditorium Multi-purpose mass-seating facility Ballroom/banquet room 12 Meeting/banquet rooms 850 sq. ft. 550 sq. ft. 552 seating capacity 300 seating capacity (maximum) 235 seating capacity 115 seating capacity (maximum) 400 120,000 10,000 sq. ft. 820 sq. ft. 1,150 seating capacity 800 seating on floor (maximum) 11,000 seating capacity 800 seating on floor 280 seating capacity 12 -200 seating capacity 220

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Campus FORT MYERS General Purpose Seminars Lecture Halls Total Classrooms Teaching Laboratories All Instructional Rooms LAJ
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NUMBER of ROGIS Room Capacity Classroom Teach. Lab 1-10 1 11-20 1 21-30 8 2 3140 10 41-so Sl-60 6180 2 81-100 101-lSO 1 lSl-200 201-2so 2Sl+ Total 23 2 SOURCE: Resource Analysis and Planning The University of South Florida CLASSROOM CAPACITY STATISTICS Ft. Myers Campus Fall 1989 AVG. HOURS USE/WEEK \ OCCUPANCY ClassrOOll Teach. Lab Classroom Teach. 9.1 12.S 88.7 S9.7 6.4 S8.6 16.8 47 .2 s.o 4S.8 7.6 12.S 62.3 S9.7 222 AVERAGE CLASS SIZE Lab Classroom Teach. Lab 31. 7 20.8 29.2 41.2 64.8 33.6 20.8

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NUMBER of RCXX-IS Room Capacity Classroom Teach. Lab 1-10 11-20 1 21-30 3140 5 2 41-50 1 51-60 61-80 81-100 101-150 151-200 201-250 251+ Total 7 2 SOURCE: Resource Analysis and Planning The University of South Florida CLASSRO

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    NUMBER of ROOHS Room Capacity Classroom Teach. Lab 1-10 4 2 11-20 4 3 2130 6 3140 5 41-50 6 51-60 l 61-80 81-100 101-150 151-200 201-250 251+ Total 26 5 SOURCE: Resource Analysis and Planning The University of South Florida CLASSROOM CAPACITY STATISTICS Sarasota Campus Fall 1989 AVG. HOURS USE/WEEK % OCCUPAtlCY Classroam Teach. Lab Classroom Teach. Lab 7.1 22.4 15.5 LO 62.7 26.6 20.3 68.7 21.9 75.0 25.3 62.3 31.0 78.l 19.4 0.6 67.4 22.6 224 AVERAGE CLASS SIZE Classroom 2.7 12.7 7.0 19.2 28.8 28.4 46.7 24.0 7.0

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    The University of South Florida CLASSROOM CAPACITY STATISTICS St. Petersburg Campus Fall 1989 NUMBER of ROOHS AVG. llOURS USE/\.:EEK % OCCUPAllCY AVERAGE CLASS SIZE Room Capacity Classroom Teach. Lab Classroom Teach. Lab Classroom Teach. Lab Classroom Teach. Lab 1-10 11-20 2 4.0 76. 7 16.5 21-30 9 12.1 74. 7 19.6 3140 11 2 17 .4 14 .3 64. 9 75.6 23.6 3 2 .7 41-so 9 16.3 57.7 28.2 51-60 3 17.3 73. 5 39.7 61-80 81-100 101-150 151-200 201-250 251+ Total 34 2 14.9 14.3 65.0 75.6 25.6 32.7 SOURCE: Resource Analysis and Planning 225

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    NUMBER of ROOMS Room Capacity Classroom Teach. Lab 1-10 1 11-20 18 39 21-30 69 42 31-40 24 10 41-50 14 6 51-60 6 61-80 2 81-100 3 101-150 2 1 151-200 5 201-250 2 251+ 3 Total 148 99 NOTE: Medicine and FMHI excluded SOURCE: Resource Analysts and Pla nning 111e University of South Florida CLASSROOM CAPACITY STATISTIC S Tampa Campus Fall 1989 AVG. HOURS USE/WEEK
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    Tampa Projects In Planning Bio-Science Academic Facility Psychiatric Center Modifications Cancer Center Faculty Office Lifsey Hcuse MASH/ROTC Facility M A J 0 R Tampa Campus Recreational Facility Alumni House Chinsegut Manor House kestoration University Bookstore/Textbook Center Picasso Sculpture Fort Myers Lakeland Sarasota Fine Arts Center at Caples St. Petersburg Marine Science DNR Fad ll ty TI1e University of South Florie.la CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Total University Fall 1990 I' R 0 J E C T S Under Construction Expected Completion Date Commun lea t ion/In forn1at ion Science Bldg. Public Health Building Cancer Center (Art in State) Sanctuary Polk CC/USF .Joint Facility Phase Tl Fitness Center 9/90 6/91 1/91 S OURCE: F acllfties Planning and Physical Plant A t. E Departmer.t MINOR PROJECTS Under Planned 85 14 5 0 0 0 23 1 2 2 1 22 7

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    llNIVERSJTY TOTAL SARASOTA Residence Halls TAMPA Alpha Hall Beta Hall Delta Hall Epsilon Hall Eta Hall Gamma Hall Iota Hall Kappa Hall Lambda Hall Mu Hall Theta Hall Zeta Hall Village Housing Tampa Total SOURCE: USF Housing and Auxiliary Services lh e University of South Florida STUDENT HOUSING A 11 Campuses Fall 1990 Occupancy 3,374 310 196 394 243 241 81 471 123 241 76 244 82 82 590 3,064 228 Capaclty 3,421 307 206 403 246 246 82 474 123 246 82 246 82 82 596 3,114


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