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University of South Florida Tampa St. Petersburg Sarasota Fort Myers Lakeland 1993 -1994 Fact Book Office of Resource Analysis and Planning SVC 5022 4202 E. Fowler Avenue Tampa, Florida 33620 (813) 974-2450 DDFA CAA@CFRVM. CFR. USF.EDU The University of South Florida is an Affirmative Action/Equal Access/Equal Opportunity Institution

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University of South Florida Tampa St. Petersburg Sarasota Fort Myers Lakeland PREFACE The University of South Florida is a public institution serving the rapidly-growing metropolitan west coast of Florida. The University's role as a comprehensive research university places particular emphasis upon instruction, research, and public service USF enrolls over 34,000 students annually in 85 undergraduate disciplines, 89 masters and specialist programs, and 23 doctoral programs, including the M D. The University includes nine colleges, is located on 5 separate campuses, and numbers a faculty of over 1,900 members. To assist you in knowing more about USF, this Fact Book presents information about our students, programs, faculty, staff, and financial and physical resources. The information selected for inclusion reflects the questions most frequently asked by the University's many publics. In order to upgrade the quality and usefulness of the Fact Book, we have made a number of changes this year in terms of appearance, organization, content, and printing. We will be making additional changes to next year's edition, particularly in the areas of printing quality and format of the individual data table pages The staff of the Office of Resource Analysis and Planning sincerely thanks the many offices and people that contributed to the development of this eleventh annual edition of the Fact Book. For questions concerning the enclosed information, please call 974-2450. Jon W. Blades Director Office of Resource Analysis and Planning iii

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1993-1994 TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION I INTRODUCTION University History Enrollments/Positions/Degrees Awarded 3 Budget . . . 3 Presidents . . . 3 Campus Acquisition 3 Historical Trends Student FTE Enrollment . . 4 Service Area Enrollment Fall Headcount Trends 5 Degrees Awarded . . 6 Current Characteristics Highlights . . . 7 Service Areas SUS service area map . 8 SUS service area statistics . 9 USF service area statistics ............ 10 Organizational Chart . 11 -17 Demographics SUS Comparison ................... 18 Total Enrolled Students by County of Origin 19 Total Enrolled Students by State of Origin .. 20 Total Population by Country of Origin ..... 21 Research/Service Centers and Institutes 22 -23 SECTION II STUDENTS Incoming Student Profile Applied, Accepted, & Enrolled ............. 27 Ten Year Annual Headcount History ......... 28 Enrollment Headcount -New Degree Seeking Students University Total ...................... 29 University Total -Summary by College ....... 30 University Total by College ........... 31 -42 Univ Total by Campus & College within Campus 43-54 Enrollment Headcount All Current Students University Total ................... 55 -56 University Total by College (All Campuses) 57 -70 Univ Total by Campus & College within Campus 71 -82 Night Versus Day Headcount by College 83 -84 Night Versus Day Headcount by Campus .... 85 FTE and Student Credit Hours Annual FTE and Funded Student Credit Hours University Total by College . 86 -88 University Total by Campus ............ 89 Tampa Campus by College . 90 -91 Fall Student Credit Hours University Total by Campus ............ 92 v

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University Total by College . 93 -94 Tampa Campus by College ............ 95 Degree Programs and Awards List of Degree Programs Offered Bachelor Degree Programs ............ 96 Masters Degree Programs .......... 97 Doctoral, Ed Specialist, & Prof Degree Pgms 98 Programs Accredited by Outside Agencies ... 99 Number of Degree Programs ........... 100 Number of Degrees Awarded by College ... 101 Student Financial Aid . 102 -103 SECTION Ill COURSES E&G Fundable Sections Tampa Campus . 107 -108 Ft. Myers Campus ........ ........ 109 Sarasota Campus ...... ... ........ 110 St. Petersburg Campus ........... ... 111 Lakeland Center ....... ............. 112 Off Campus ....................... 113 Classroom Utilization Instructional Room Count and Usage ...... 114 Classroom Scheduling Patterns .......... 115 Station Utilization by College within Campus 116 SECTION IV FACULTY & STAFF Employee Headcount -Total University ...... 119 Instructional Personnel Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total University Summary ............ 120 Summary by College & Campus ........ 121 Total University by College/Division 122 -133 Total University by Campus 134 -138 Part-Time Instructional Faculty Total University ..... ........ 139 Total University by College and Campus 140 Adjunct Faculty Total University .......... ........ 141 Total University by College and Campus .. 142 Graduate Assistants Total University ................... 143 Total University by College and Campus 144 Full -Time Faculty Salary Information 145 -14 7 Distribution of Credit Hours by Instructor Type Total University by College 148 -150 Total University by Campus ....... 151 Non-Instructional Personnel Full-Time Non-Instructional Faculty Total University ..... ............ 152 Academic Areas . . 153 Part -Time Non-Instructional Faculty ....... 154 Librarians ......................... 155 A & P Employees Total University ............... 156 Academic Areas . ......... 1 5 7 Full-Time Support Personnel Total University ......... ...... 158 Academic Areas ......... .... ..... 159 v i

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Part-Time Support Personnel Total University ................... 160 Academic Areas ................... 161 SECTION V ALUMNI Alumni Demographics and Statistics 165 SECTION VI AWARDS AND HONORS National Merit and Achievement Scholars ..... 169 Endowed Chairs 170 171 I SECTION VII FISCAL RESOURCES State Appropriations .................... 175 Operating Budget ................... 176 Operating Budget by Budget Entity ....... 177 Sources and Uses of Current Funds ....... 178 Summary of Authorized Man Year Positions 179 Student Generated Sources Activity & Service Fee Budget .......... 180 Student Fee Rates by Campus 181 -184 Auxiliary Enterprises .................... 185 Research/Contract and Grants . 186 -187 Foundation and Alumni Affairs ............. 188 SECTION VIII PHYSICAL RESOURCES Total University Site Information ........... 191 Total Univ Square Footage by Space Category .. 192 Facilities by Building within Campus 193 -200 Outdoor Facilities Recreational Facilities by Campus 201 -202 Public Events Facilities -Campus ... 203 Residential Facilities .................... 204 Current Major Construction Projects ......... 205 SECTION IX ADDITIONAL SERVICES Athletics Intercollegiate Athletics Organization ...... 209 Intercollegiate Athletics Grants-in-Aid ..... 210 Libraries . . . 211 Computer Facilities ..................... 212 Continuing Education Non-Credit ..... 213 Florida Mental Health Institute ............. 214 Career Resource Center ........... 21 5 SECTION X GLOSSARY . 219 -220 vii

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Section I INTRODUCTION University History Historical Trends Current Characteristics

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STUDENT ENROLLMENT Fall Headcount Non-Resident Aliens FACULTY MANYEARS* ADMINISTRATION & PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS SUPPORT PERSONNEL NUMBER OF DEGREE PROGRAMS NUMBER OF DEGREES AWARDED" E & G OPERATING BUDGET TOTAL BUDGETS USF PRESIDENTS Betty Castor, 1994 --1960-61 197071 1,997 17,922 186 108. 5 834.2 30 85 202 822 28 127 3,477 $2, 197.3 $25,304.6 $2,434. 8 $38,385.4 University of South Florida HISTORICAL GROWTH Founded 1956 1980-81 25,054 314 1 ,039.4 142 1,417 165 4,941 1990-91 32,360 762 1,559.5 318. 2 1,936.5 187 6,532 $ 62, 192. 0 $175,740. 9 $114,884.8 $388,560. 9 Francis T Borkowski, 1988-93 John Lott Brown, 1978-88 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 33,280 34, 161 34,776 797 816 810 1 ,532. 9 1 ,548.3 1,565. 8 319.5 316.6 319. 7 1,884.9 1,817.9 1,821 5 189 194 197 6,556 7,098 $176,879.2 $175,860.6 $182,036. 5 $400,288.8 $407,916.6 $424,767.8 Cecil Mackey, 1971-1976 John S. Allen, 1957-1970 Robert A. Bryan (Interim), 1993-94 Carl Riggs (Acting), 1977-1978 William Reese Smith, Jr. (Interim), 1976-1977 Harris W. Dean (Acting), 1970 CAMPUSES -1st Classes (Founded) Tampa 1960 (1956) St. Petersburg 1968 (1965) New College/USF 1975 (1975) Budgeted positions reflecting E & G, Medicine, and FMHI Includes Associate Degrees NOTE: 1980-93 data includes College of Medicine; 1989-93 includes FMHI Fort Myers 197 4 (1974) Lakeland 1987 (1987) Sarasota 1975 (1975) 3

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20,000 18,000 16,000 14,000 .... c Q) 12,000 :::s C" w 10,000 Q) E i= 8,000 :::s u. 6,000 -4,000 2,000 0 University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE LAST 10 YEARS Total University E&G 15,621 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 (Academic Year) SOURCE: RAP #114 4

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County Charlotte Collier DeSoto Glades Hardee Hendry Hernando Highlands Hillsborough Lee Manatee Pasco Pinellas Polk Sarasota Total % of USF Enrollment shared with Florida Atlantic University SOURCE: Student Data Course File University of South Florida SERVICE AREA ENROLLMENT AT USF Fall Headcount Trends 1989 1990 234 264 411 490 42 57 6 4 61 51 29 29 334 344 98 127 .1filU 334 516 36 7 61 29 385 100 10,083 10,205 10,749 1, 190 1,247 1,311 982 948 972 1, 166 1,222 1,241 6,087 6, 181 6,240 1,344 1,506 1,620 1,418 1,521 1,430 23,485 24, 196 25,031 74.2% 74.8% 75.2% 1992 1993 364 381 549 566 46 47 6 10 61 64 42 41 413 444 104 112 11, 163 11,389 1,368 1,604 1,001 1,023 1,300 1 341 6,416 6,467 1,586 1,625 1,411 1,436 25,830 26,550 75.6% 76.3% 5

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Academic Year Bachelors 1983-84 3,662 1984-85 3,910 1985-86 3,924 1986-87 3,832 1987-88 3,925 1988-89 4, 173 1989-90 4,376 1990-91 4,804 1991 -92 4,822 1992-93 5, 138 University of South Florida HISTORY OF DEGREES AWARDED Total University Masters & EdS PhD/EdD 824 54 826 74 950 58 942 53 1 102 69 1 163 72 1,237 86 1 ,309 78 1,301 96 1,428 108 6 Professional Total 92 4 ,632 90 4,900 91 5 ,023 92 4,919 90 5 ,226 93 5,501 93 5,792 86 6 ,277 89 6,308 96 6 ,770

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STUDENTS Headcount FTE: BOR IPEDS EMPLOYEES Headcount FTE DEGREES 92/93 Programs Awarded BUDGETS LIBRARY VOLUMES CAMPUS ACREAGE Undergraduate 23, 141 17,573 18,424 Faculty 1,923 1,804 Bachelors Masters 85 87 5,138 1,403 E&G $182,036,546 Fort University of South Flor i da HIGHLIGHTS Total University Fall 1993 Graduate 5,964 3,819 4,802 A&P SUE!E!Ort Personnel 467 2 ,328 461 2 ,286 EdS PhD 1st Prof 2 22 25 108 96 Medical $51,705,509 Sarasota St. Myers Lakeland New College Petersburg 39,709+ 2,376 230,798 153,390 55 0 1 + + 140 46 DORMITORY RESIDENTS 313 TamE!a 880, 261 1,675 2,566 Totals may reflect the sum of more items than those identified separately on this page Includes 1 st Professional Students + ++ USF Learning Resource Center (excludes Edison Community College holdings) Polk Joint Use TOTALS* 34,776 21,392 23,226 4,718 4,551 197 6,770 $424,767,813 1,440,288 1,957 2 ,879 7

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University of South Florida INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE AREA POPULATION 8 (E) 697,742 Florida A and M University (1887) (E) 506,021 (E) =April 1 1991 Population Estimate (Year Established) Florida State Univers i ty Statewide Service (1857) (E) 13 195 952 University of South Florida (1956) (E) 3,759,419 SOURCE: 1992 Florida Statistical Abstract Table 1 .31 State University System 1991 University of North Florida (1965) (E) 1 193,421 University of Florida Statewide Service (1853) (E) 13, 195,952 University of Central Florida (1963) COUIER { M ()IRCJE COONTY t' (FL Keys) ho _.d" oDl?'-v I/ ,.., (E) 2,442,277 Florida Atlantic University (1961) (E) 1 916 ,651 includes: Broward (shared with FIU) Hendry (shared with USF) Flo rida International University (1965) (E) 2 ,680,422 includes : Broward (shared with FAU)

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1991 POPULATION(E) SUS: % of UNIVERSITIES Total Total Central Florida 2,442,277 19 % Florida* Florida A & M 506,021 4 Florida Atlantic* + 1,916,651 15 Florida International + 2,680,422 20 Florida State North Florida 1, 193,421 9 South Florida 3,759,419 28 West Florida 697,742 5 Total 13, 195,952 100 Statewide Service Hendry County shared (half of population to each) + Broward County shared (half of population to each) University of South Florida SUS SERVICE AREA 1991-92 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES Headcount 17,131 4,234 10,882 17,343 8,799 23,883 6,555 88,827 1991-92 H S GRADUATES 1991-92 % WHO CONTINUED in SUS Comm .++ Fla. Univ.++ Headcount % of Colleges & Colleges Enrollment Total 32 % 14 % 21,267 12 % 36,839 20 33 12 8,801 5 30 19 14,264 8 31 17 23,275 13 28,093 16 31 18 8,504 5 32 18 32,903 18 38 14 7,943 4 32 16 181,889 100 + + Counties that did not report (Citrus, Columbia, Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Lafayette, Monroe, Pasco, and Putnam) statistics were based on their 1990-91 percentages (El April 1 1991 Population Estimates SOURCE: 1991-92 SUS Fact Book Table 11 1992 Florida Statistical Abstract Table 1.31, 4 .82 9

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University of South Florida 10 USF SERVICE AREA 1991-92 1991 1990 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT POPULATION PERSONAL INCOME % WHO CONTINUED IN FALL 1991 1991 High School Comm.+ Fla. Univ.+ % Enrolled Total Age 15-24 Age 25-44 Per CaE!ita $ Graduates College & Colleges s.u.s at USF STATE OF FLORIDA 13, 195,952 1,677,002 3,967,222 $ 18,692 88,827 32 % 16 % 181,889 -% Charlotte 115,557 9,582 23,785 16,631 843 25 15 691 49 Collier 161,600 16,913 43,859 25,978 998 21 15 1, 183 45 DeSoto 24,534 3,303 6,722 12,265 185 16 11 98 42 Glades 7,922 1,780 2,664 9,224 34 38 14 21 29 Hardee 19,812 2,931 5,215 14,262 169 38 13 121 51 Hendry 27,231 4,128 7,843 14,579 248 35 16 156 18 Hernando 104,394 9,516 21,824 14, 184 696 47 10 645 61 Highlands 70,609 6,251 14,249 15,011 431 46 13 321 32 Hillsborough 843,203 120,665 283,609 16,999 6 ,014 28 24 14,542 77 Lee 344,032 34,920 90,967 19, 122 2, 155 31 17 2,691 49 Manatee 215,130 21,530 54,834 18, 179 1, 132 40 14 1,610 62 Pasco 285,407 26,689 63,943 14,088 1,596 28 14 1 ,835 71 Pinellas 855,763 87,633 240,976 21,703 5,010 38 18 10,287 62 Polk 414,700 53,759 115,625 14,939 2,983 36 15 3 ,230 50 Sarasota 283, 140 24,623 67.420 25, 164 1,513 29 17 2,790 52 Service Area Total 3,759,419 422, 159 1.039,614 23,883 32 16 40,221 64 Shared by USF and Florida Atlantic University 1 /2 of Hendry County excluded + Pasco County data was based on 1990-91 percentages SOURCE: 1992 Florida Statistical Abstract, Tables 1.35, 4.82, and 5 .10 1991-92 SUS Fact Book, Table 11 and 15

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PROVOST COLLEGE usr -ARTS & roRT WYERS COLL(C( or usr SUS. AIMIN. L.ll((LANO COLLEGE or usr -EDUCATION ST. PETERSSURC COLLEGE or usr -ENC I NHR l NC SARASOTA COLLEGE or usr -rINE ARTS NEW COLLEGE usr1rAlofJ COOP. M INSTRUCT. QUALITY ARCHITECTURE PROC. & INNOVATION rLORIDA ICNTAL GRADUATE HEAL TH INST I TUT[ SCHOOL LIBRARIES Rev ised Novefti>cr 1993 University of South Florida Organizational Chart PUBLIC BROADCASTING INTERNATIONAL Aff AIRS CENTER CONTINUING EDUCATION INSTITUTE ON SLACK LlrE rLORIDA POLICY rxc. CTR. ON AC INC rL. INSTITUTE or OCEANOGRAPHY ACADEMIC COMPUTING 1993 PRESIDENT DIRECTOR. INT(RCOLL(CIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR, INTERNAL AUDITING GENERAL COUNSl:L VICE PRESIDENT, RCSl:ARCH SPONSORED RE SI: ARCH CRAPHICSTUDIO PATENTS & LICENSING RCSl:ARCH roUNDATION ASSOC. VICE PRES Pt.AH POLICY AHAL. & INrO. TECH. I NrORllA Tl ON TECHNOLOGIES RESOURCE ANALYSIS & PLANNING UNIVERSITY BUDGETS VICE PRESIDENT. VIC( PRESIDENT. VICE PRESIDENT. STUDENT AffAIRS HEALTH SCIENCES ADVAHC(./ALlMHI AffAIRS CAMPUS COLLEGE or ADVANCEMENT RECREATION MEDICINE Sl:RVICES COUNSl:LINC CTR. & COLLEC( or ALUMNI VETERAN'S AffAIRS NURSING AffAlRS rINAHCIAL AIDS & COLLEGE or COloMJNITY STUDENT Of>LOY. PUBLIC HEAL TH AffAIRS RESIDENCE HEALTH SCIENCES PUBLIC HAI.LS rACILITIES & OPR. AffAIRS REGISTRAR/ HEAL TH SCIENCES UNIVERSITY A!JMISSIONS AfflLIATED HOSPITALS DEVELOPICNT STUDENT HEAL TH AfflLIATCO HOSPITALS ALlMHI SERVICES & INST ITUT[S ASSOCIATION UNIV. MEDICAL COLLEGE & REGIONAL PUBLICATIONS SVCS. ASSOC. CAMPUS O(V(LOPICNT UNIV. CTR. & ICDICAL Sl:RVICE usr I STUDENT ORGS. SUPPORT CORP. rouNDAT ION CENTER roR ACAD. ACH![V(M(NT CAREER COUNSl:LINC & PLACEMCNT VICE PRESIDENT. VICE PRESIDENT, AlJMINISTRATIV( AffAIRS HUMAH RESOURCES AUXILIARIES [NVIROHMENTAL HEAL TH & SArETY rACILITIES EQUAL OPP. PLANNING AffAIRS rINAHC( & HUMAH RESOURCE ACCOUNT INC DEVELOPICNT COVERNloCNT Al PERSONNEL RELAY IONS SERVICES PHYSICAL VICTIMS' PLANT ADVOCACY PROC. PUBLIC SArETY PURCHASING :., SUN DOME I NC 11

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University of South Florida ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL 12 OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT President . . . . . BETTY CASTOR General Counsel (Interim) . . . NOREEN SEGREST Director, Intercollegiate Athletics .. ....... ............. PAUL GRIFFIN Director, Internal Audit .......................... J MICHAEL PEPPERS Resource Management and Information Technology Senior Director . . . . CLAIRE ROBINSON Director, Central Florida Regional Data Center ............ JOHN JACKSON Director, Information Technologies .................. GEORGE W ELLIS D i rector, Resource Analysis and Planning ................. JON W. BLADES Director, University Budgets . . . JOSEPH KARP ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Provost (Interim) ........... ..... .... ...... .. MICHAEL G. KOVAC Vice Provost . . . . JOHN S HODGSON Associate Provost (Interim) .............. ............ JEAN R LINDER Assistant Provost ............................. TENNYSON J WRIGHT Associate Vice President . . BERNARD A MACKEY Assistant V i ce President . . . CAROL J. ROLF Directors : Academic Budgets ............................ GARY M STEPHENS Academic Computing ............................... J A LLEWELLYN Academic Program Planning and Review . KATHLEEN M MOORE Florida Institute of Oceanography .... ................... JOHN C OGDEN Florida Policy Exchange Center on Aging ... ............... LARRY POLIVKA Institute on Black Life ................ ........... ..... JUEL H. SMITH International Affairs Center ............................ MARKT. ORR Public Broad c asting . . . . JAMES B. HECK University Library . . . . SAM FUSTUKJIAN College of Arts and Sc i ences Dean .... ............................ ROLLIN C RICHMOND Associate Dean, Academic Affair s . . MARK AMEN Associ ate Dean Faculty Development ........ ... DAVID STAMPS College of Arts and Sciences (continued) Associate Dean Operations & Planning . . MARILYN MYERSON Coordinator, Advising . . . CARMEN BURTON Coo r d i nator, Advising ................ ............. ALBERT LATINA Director, Computing ... .................. ............ MARCELO VERA Director Budgets ...... .................... ...... NANCY SERRANO Director Development Office . . . RON SHERMAN Director, Health Professions Advising & Medical Technology .... CAROLE HENDRY Chairpersons : Anthropology . . . . SUSAN GREENBAUM B iology . . . . . JOHN ROMEO Chemistry ............................ STEWART W SCHNELLER Classics ........... ............... ........ DARRELL FASCHING Communication .. .................. TERRANCE ALBRECHT Communication Sciences & Disorders . . ARTHUR M GUILFORD Criminology ............... ........ ........ WILLIAM R BLOUNT Economics ...... ..... ..... ................... MARK WILSON English ............................. .......... WILLIAM T. ROSS Geography .... ............ ........... ROBERT AANGEENBRUG Geology . . . . MARKT. STEWART Ger ontology ................................... LARRY C MULLINS Government & International Affairs .................. MICHAEL T GIBBONS Histo r y . . . . ROBERT T ING ALLS Humanities & American Studies ......................... AMY J SPARKS Ma r ine Science . . . . PETER J. BETZER Mass Communica t ions ......................... .. DONNA DICKERSON Mathematics . . . KENNETH L POTHOVEN Philosophy . . . . JAMES A BELL Physics ....................... ....... SW AMINATHA SUNDARAM Psychology ............. ... ........... ...... EDWARD L. LEVINE Rehabil itation Counseling .............. ....... ....... JOHN RASCH Religious Studies ............................... DARRELL FASCHING Social Work .................................... BONNIE L. YEGI D I S Sociology ................... ................. DOUGLAS HARPER Women' s Studi es /Interdisciplinary Soc ial Sc i ences . JANICE SNOOK Directors : African & Afro-Ameri can Studies Program ................. NAVITA JAMES Biomolecular Sciences, Institute for . MARY JANE SAUNDERS Institute of Government . . VIRGINIA ROO English Language Institute (Acting) . . R I CHARD TAYLOR Modern Languages & Linguisti cs, Division of . ROGER COLE Library & Information Sciences, Divis ion of ......... KATHLEEN McCOOK

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University of South Flor ida ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL (continued) College of Bus i ness Administration Dean . . . . . JAMES L. PAPPAS Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Studies ROBERT L. ANDERSON Associate Dean and Director of Undergraduate Studies ........ THOMAS E NESS Associate Dean for Public Affairs ................... RICHARDT. BOWERS Chai rpersons: School of Accountancy ........ .................... GARY L HOLSTRUM Economics .................................... JOHN W ROWE, JR Finance .............. ......................... GEORGE KANATAS Information Systems and Decision Sciences . . PAUL CHENEY Management . . . . ROBERT L. ANDERSON Marketing (Acting) ............................ WILLIAM B LOCANDER Directors: Academic Director of Executive MBA ......... .... STEVEN A BAUMGARTEN Center for Economic and Management Research .... RICHARD J McHUGH Center for Organizational Effectiveness ........................... TBA Center for Professional Development . . MARY ANNE M ROUSE Lykes Professor of Finance and Banking and Institute of Bank ing and Finance . . JAMES L. PAPPAS Small Bus i ness Development Center . . W. SCOTT FARIS College of Education Dean . . . . WILLIAM G KATZENMEYER Associate Dean, Programs ........................ CONSTANCE V. HINES Associate Dean, Administration ............ ........... H EDWIN STEINER Assistant Dean Academic Advising & Clin i cal Studies ...... JANE YOUNG Assistant Dean Education/Business Partnerships ........ DICK J. PUGLISI College of Education (conti nued) Chairpersons: Adult and Vocational Education . . . BILL BLANK Childhood / Language Arts/ Reading Education ...... ........ SHIRLEY RAINES Educational Leadership .... .... ...................... DON ORLOSKY Educational Measurement and Research . . BRUCE HALL Musi c Education . . . . CHRIS DOANE Psychological and Social Foundations ...... .-. . MICHAEL CURTIS Secondary Education ......................... J HOWARD JOHNSTON Special Education . . . . JAMES L. PAUL Directors: Academic Computing Needs ................... ... ANDRIA TROUTMAN Center for Child and Family Studies .............. ...... JAN McCARTHY Children's Center . . . JAMES W. BARNARD Center for Study of Physical Educat i on and Sport for Handicapped Persons . . LOUIS E BOWERS . . . . . STEVE KLESIUS Educat i onal Research Center for Child Development (Child Care) .................. ..... NANCY RATCLIFF Florida Center for Instructional Computing (Acting) STEPHANIE VanDEVENTER Graduate Programs ............................. CONSTANCE V HINES Grants and Contracts . . . LILLIAN BAUTISTA-MYERS Institute for AtRisk Infants, Children and Youth and Their Families . . . CAROLYN LAVEL Y Institute for Instructional Research and Pract i ce . CAROLYN LAVEL Y National Resource Center for Middle Grades/High School Education ....................... SANDRA SCHURR Program Review . . . . JUDY R WILKERSON School Management Institute . . KAROLYN J. SNYDER School of Physical Education, Wellness, and Sport Studies . . . LOUIS E. BOWERS South Florida Educational Planning Council ................. DICK J PUGLISI Stavros Center for Free Enterprise and Economi c Education .... DICK J PUGLISI SunCoast Area Teacher Training (SCATT) Program .... .... JOYCE SWARZMAN SCATI Center for Excellence ................ CONSTANCE V. HINES Teacher Evaluation and Assessment Center . DON PETERSON Upward Bound . . RICHARD PRIDE 13

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University of South Florida ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL (continued) 14 College of Engineering Dean ........................................ MICHAEL G. KOVAC Associate Dean for Academics ................... MELVIN W. ANDERSON Associate Dean for Computer Appl i cations ................ J A. LLEWELLYN Associate Dean for Research (Interim) .... ........ ROBERT P. CARNAHAN Assistant Dean .............. ................. ANDREW J. BARRETT Chairpersons : Chemical Engineer i ng . . . RICHARD GILBERT Civi l Engineering and Mechanics ................ WAYNE ECHELBERGER Computer Science and Eng i neering . . ABRAHAM KANDEL Electrical Engineering .............................. E K STEFANAKOS Industrial and Management Systems Engineering ............. PAULE. GIVENS Mechanical Engineering ............................ RONALD HOWELL Directors : Center for Microelectronics Research . . EARL CLAIRE Center for Urban Transportation Research ............ ...... GARY BROSCH Development . . . . JoANN ALESSANDRINI Florida Engineering Education Del ivery System ............. ANDREW BARRETT Minority Engineering Program . . JOY A O SHIELDS Southern Technology Applications Center . . W LES CAHOON College of Fine Arts Dean . . . . . JOHN L. SMITH JR Associ ate Dean for Admi n istration . . JOHN W COKER Assoc i ate Dean for Student and Academi c Affai rs ........ VIRGINIA A. BRIDGES Chairpersons/Directors: Development/Public Relat i ons .................. STEPHEN BRAGIN Dance . . . . TIMOTHY WILSON Music ........ ........ ... .... .... JACK HELLER Theatre . . DENIS CALANDRA USF Contemporary Art Museum . . MARGARET MILLER Visual Arts . JANET MARQUARDTCHERRY Florida Mental Health Institute Dean . . . . . MAX C DERTKE Associate Dean ................... ............ CA THERINE BA TS CHE Assistant Dean ............................... CYNTHIA J STARK Director, Administration . . . FRANCIS PARIS Chairpersons : Aging and Mental Health . . . DONNA COHEN Child and Family Studies . . . ROBERT FRIEDMAN Community Mental Health . . . MICHAEL KNOX Law and Mental Health . . . . JOHN PETRILA Directors : Florida Autism Program . . . GLEN DUNLAP Forensic Evaluation & Consultation Center . . JOHN PETRILA Mature Adult Counseling Center . . . DONNA COHEN Multicultural Mental Health Program . . RICHARD BRISCOE Professional Development Center . . . JOHN MULLINS Research & Training Center for Children s Mental Health . . . . ROBERT FRIEDMAN The USF Center for HIV Educat i on and Research . MICHAEL KNOX University Head Start . . . JOLEANA FERRO Graduate School Dean (Inte r im) RICHARD L. MANSELL In s t r uctional Qual ity and Innovat i on Dean . . . . WILLIAM H. SCHEUERLE Associate Dean ............... .................. W JACK CROCKER Assistant Dean . . . . STUART SILVERMAN D i rectors: Bachelor of Independen t Studies (Acting) ..................... JAMES BELL Community College Relations ...................... W l C K CROCKER Cooperative Education . . RAY EASTERLIN Evaluat ion and Testing ..... .... ................. TERESA FLATEBY Honor s Program/Exchange Programs . . STUART SIL VER MAN Military/ROTC A i r Force ROTC ............... .. ...... MAJOR MICHAEL J TAVERES Army ROTC .......................... MAJOR PATRICIA B LARSON Teaching Enhancement . . . JAMES EISON

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University of South Florida ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL (continued) FAMU/USF Cooperative Architecture Program Associate Dean/Director . . . ALEXANDER RA TENS KY Director, Florida Center for Community Design & Research JAMES A MOORE Division of Learning Technologies Director KENNETH STANTON Directors: Audio Visual Media Services . . . DELMA RODRIGUEZ Open University ..... ............................... TOM WILSON School of Continuing Education Dean (Interim) RICHARD TAYLOR Directors: Administration . . . . LYNN ROBERTS Community Music Program . . . JUDITH CATALDO Conferences and Institutes . . . LAURA ELLENBURG Information Services & Publications .......... ............. NAN KUTCHER Lifelong Learning . . . . LEE LEAVENGOOD Merit Program . . . . YVONNE CADIZ Overseas Study . . . . JULIE HALE Special Programs (PACE) ....... ....... ........ ..... CAROL HARNEIT MEDICAL AFFAIRS Health Sciences Center Vice President for Health Sciences . . RONALD P KAUFMAN Executive Associate Vice President for Health Sciences .... GREGORY R. NICOLOS I Associate Vice President for Clinical Affairs ............. JAMES E HARTFIELD Assistant Vice President for Clinical Affairs . RHANDAL N. SMART Associate Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs .... HARRY F MILLER Associate Vice President for Health Sciences Planning ...... DANIEL G. ZABEL Associate Vice President for Health Affairs . JOHN C MELENDI Associate Vice President for Legal/Institutional Affairs BRYAN S BURGESS Assistant Vice President for Health Affairs (Acting) ....... ... JOHN P. LISTON Directors : Laboratory Animal Medicine ........... .......... LOUIS R. NELSON Health Sciences Center Library . BEVERLY SHATTUCK Personnel . . SUZANNE M FLAIG Physical Plant (Assistant Director) ..... ............ GEORGE R. CHAVEZ Public Affairs . . WILLIAM W. BULGER Suncoast Gerontology Center . . ERIC A. PFEIFFER College of Medicine Dean of the College of Medicine ........ ............. MARVIN R DUNN Associate Dean and President of Faculty Pract i ce Plan RICHARD P HOFFMAN Associate Dean for Bay Pines V.A. Med i cal Center ............ ARTHUR J LEWIS Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs . . . PETER J. FABRI Associate Dean for Clin i cal Education, Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute ..... ........... JOHN HORTON Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Education ......... JAMES E HARTFIELD Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs . . ANTHONY J READING Associate Dean for James A. Haley V A. Hospital ........... ....... TBA Associate Dean for Medical Education .............. ................ TBA Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Affai rs (Interim) ................ JOSEPH J KRZANOWSKI JR. Associate Dean for Student Affairs ................... RANDOLPH MANNING Associate Dean for Tampa General Hospital ... ........... THOMAS E. McKELL Associ ate Dean for V A Education .......... .... ................. TBA Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs . . ANN W RICHMOND Assistant Dean for Administration . . JOANN KOEHLER Director of Admissions ................................ JAYS. LAYMAN Director of Student Affairs . . CAROLYN W NICOLOSI Chairpersons: Anatomy . . . . JOHANNES A G RHODIN Anesthesiology . . . . JOHN B. DOWNS Biochemistry . . . LARRY P SOLOMONSON Family Medicine (Interim) . . H JAMES BROWNLEE, JR. Internal Medicine . . . . ROY H. BEHNKE Medical Microbiology and Immunology . . HERMAN FRIEDMAN Neurology . . . . LEON D. PROCKOP Obstetrics/Gynecology . . . WILLIAM N SPELLACY Ophthalmology .... .... ..... .... .......... J. JAMES ROWSEY Pathology (Interim) ................................... JOHN SHIVELY Pediatrics . . . . . JAIME FRIAS Pharmacology and Therapeutics . . . LYNN WECKER Physiology (Interim) .............................. BRUCE G LINDSEY Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine . . ANTHONY J. READING Radiology ......................... ........... MARTIN L. SILBIGER Surgery . . . . . LARRY C. CAREY College of Nursing Dean ................................ JUDITH A PLAWECKI Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Studies CECILE A. LENGACHER Ass istant Dean for Graduate Studies ........... MARILYN M RAWNSLEY Assistant Dean for Student Affairs (Acting) ......... .. PATRICIA A. GORZKA Chairpersons : Adult Health Nursing . . CANDACE M. BURNS Community Health Nursing .................. .... ... MOLLY A ROSE 15

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University of South Flor i da ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL (continued ) 16 College of Nursing (continued) Family Health Nursing ... ........ ........... CYNTHIA S. SELLECK Gerontological Health (Acting) . . . LINDA E MOODY Oncology Nursi ng . . . SUSAN C McMILLAN Psychiatric -Mental Health Nursing ... .................... ONA Z. RIGGIN Southwest Florida Endowed Cha i r . . M. JOYCE THORNTON Directors : Continuing Education ...................................... TBA Graduate Studies .......................... MARILYN M RAWNSLEY Nursing learning Resources Center . . BARBARA A REDDING Research . . . . . LINDA E. MOODY Coordinators: Fort Myers Campus -R N Sequence ......... ... DENISE S HEINEMANN Tampa Campus -R N Sequence . . BARBARA A REDDING College of Public Health Dean (Interim) JOHN H SKINNER Associate Dean .......................... ........... RITA G. BRUCE Associate Dean . . . . JOHN H SKINNER Assistant Dean . . . . ARUN P KULKARNI Chairpersons : Community and Family Health ................. ROBERT J. McDERMOTT Env ironmental and Occupational Health . STUART M BROOKS Epidemiology and Biostatistic s . . PAUL E LEAVERTON Health Policy end Management .... .............. .... JAMES STUDNICKI D irector, Florida Publ i c Health Information Center .... ........ JAY WOLFSON USF et FORT MYERS Campus Dean and Executive Officer Associate Dean/Academic Affairs Directors : DAVID C. McCORMICK ........... ............... ROY BOGGS Administration and Finance ......................... GLENN E NITSCHKE Enrollment Services . . . DONNA FECIK Student Affairs . . . . LINDA SUMMERS University Relations and Development . . JAMES E. HOF ECC/USF Learning Resources . . CHARLES RITCHIE USF et LAKELAND Director and Execut i ve Officer ............ ............ YVONNE RALSTON Director, Academic Support Services ............. PATRICIA MARTINI CLARK Director, Business Financial and Auxiliary Servi ces ............. ANNE FLAHIVE USFetSARASOTA Campus Dean . . . . DAVID P SCHENCK Associate Dean, University Programs . . JANNA C. MERRICK Directors : Administrative Affairs . . . l YNDA BLOCK Hill Advancement . . . . SANDRA KRAWETZ Media Center . . . . MARY K ANDREWS Physical Plant and Facilities ........................ THOMAS J PENN Records and Registration . . . NANCY E FERRARO Student Affairs ................................. THOMAS LEVITAN Librar i an . . . . . JOAN M. PELLAND NEW COLLEGE of USF Dean and Ward e n GORDON E MICHALSON JR. Chairpers o ns : Humanities . . . MAGDALENA E. CARRASCO Natural Sc i ences .................................. SOO BONG CHAE Soc ial S ci ences . . . . ANTHONY ANDREWS Directors: New C o llege Admissi ons .................... ....... DAVID ANDERSON Spec ial Project Devopment ........................ JAMES W FEENEY USFetST. PETERSBURG Campus Dean and Exe cutive Officer . . H. WILLIAM HELLER Associate Dean, Academic Affairs .................. WINSTON T BRIDGES Directors: Administration and Finance ........ ........ ... .. HERMAN J BRAMES Library . . . . MARY GRIGSBY Student Affairs .............. ................ ..... STEPHEN RITCH University Relations /Development . JULIE F GILLESPIE

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University of South Florida ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL (continued) ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Vice President .............. ..................... ALBERT C HARTLEY Associate Vice President, Administrative Affair s ... ......... RICKARD FENDER Associate Vice President, Government Relations ... .... ... JEFFREY A MUIR Executive Assistant . . . . LINDA LYDIC Executive Ass istant . . . . KEITH SIMMONS Directors: Facilities Planning (Interim) ............................. JOHN CROSBY Finance and Accounting . . . ERIC WALDEN Physical Plant .................................... ADRIAN CUARTA Public Safety . . . . PAUL A. URAVICH Purchasing . . . . ANITA MOUNTAIN Sun Dome, Inc ................. ................ MIKE LaPAN HUMAN RESOURCES AND DIVERSITY Vice President PAULA K KNAUS Directors: Environmental Health and Safety . . SELDON CARSEY Equal Opportunity Affairs (Acting) . . MARY McCOY Human Resource Development . . SANDRA M. COOPER Personnel Services . . . TRUDIE E. FRECKER Coordinators : Victim's Advocacy Program .................... ..... MARY C POOLE OFFICE OF RESEARCH Vice President GEORGE R. NEWKOME Division of Patents and Licensing Director KENNETH PRESTON Division of Sponsored Research Director RICHARD B. STREETER Associate Director PRISCILLA POPE Graphicstudio Director ALAN B EAKER Publications Council Director RICHARD DIETREICH Research Foundation President . . . . GEORGE R NEWKOME STUDENT AFFAIRS Vice President (Interim) . . BARBARA R SHERMAN Assistant to the Vice President & Student Advocate DEBRA A SHEEHY Associate Vice President and Dean of Students ........... CHARLES F. HEWITT Associate Vice President, Enrollment Planning & Management ............ TBA Associate Dean of Students . . . TROY L. COLLIER Associate Dean of Students . . . VANESSA E DIAZ University Registrar . . . LINDA E ERICKSON Directors: Admissions ........ ............................ VICKI W AHRENS Campus Recreation . . . ANDREW HONKER Career Resource Center ....... .......... .... .................. TBA Counseling Center for Human Development . WILLIAM D ANTON Financial Aid . . . GWYNDOL YN L. FRANCIS New Student Orientation .. ........ .... ...... CYNTHIA A. SWARTZFAGER Regist r ation ............... ................... LINDA J. CROSSMAN Residence Halls . . . . JOAN E TALLIS Student Academic Support System . . JANE G REED Student Health Services .................. ... MARIA J ANDERSON Student Publications ............................... JAY LAWRENCE University Center ........ ...................... PHYLLIS P. MARSHALL UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT Vice President .............................. GORDON A McDOUGALL Associate V i ce President Development .......... ......... VICKI MITCHELL Associate Vice President Health Sciences ... ............... HARRY MILLER Associate Vice President Alumni Affairs . . LOREN TAYLOR Business Manager, USF Foundation ....... ............ .... JOHN SCOTT Directors : Advancement Servi ces . . . VICKY HUGHES Community Advancement/ African-American Community . TYRA GARLINTON SKINNER Community Advancement/Latin Community ......... .... DONNA PARRINO Community Relations ... ....................... ANN ROSS Corporate and Foundation Relations ..................... ...... TBA Planned Giving . . JOHN ELBARE Publ i c Affairs .......................... ...... ... DAN CASSEDAY Public Service . . . . . MARY FIGG Research . . . LIZ SISMILICH Special Gifts . . . . JOE TOMAINO 17

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Student Enrollment Headcount FTE (BOR) Faculty Full-time Headcount Manyears A & P Manyears USPS Manyears Degree Programs Operating budgets State Appropriations All Sources Source : 1991-92 SUS Fact Book Tables 11, 12, 23, 41, 48, 50, and 53 University of South Florida as a part of The State University System 1991-92 18 SUS USF % of SUS 181,889 19 % 106,569 16 8,669 17 9,728 16 2,880 16 15,018 16 1 ,393 12 $1,042 million 17 2 169 million 17

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Total In-State Enrollment Total Enrollment % of Total Enrollment Based on geographic origin at time of entry (may no longer be consistent with residency status for fee-paying purpo$es) SOURCE: Student Data Course File 31,474 34,776 91% University of South Florida ENROLLED STUDENTS Florida County of Origin Fall 1993 r-J ,., PALM 8EAQ1 520 BROOAIU 946 19

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*Based on geographic origin at time of entry (may no longer be consistent with residency status for fee-paying purposes) SOURCE: Student Data Course File 1 7 AZ MT 2 WY 1 7 co 9 NM University of South Florida ENROLLED STUDENTS State of Origin* Fall 1993 2 ND SD 7 NB 1 3 KS 72 TX 6 OK 32 MN 10 IA 28 Non-Resident 810 2 3% Unknown State of origin 224 -0.6 Florida 31,474 -90.5 Non-FL U.S. Enrollment 2,268 6.5 Total Enrollment 34, 776 100.0% 20

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UNDERGRADUATES Freshman So12homore Junior Senior HEADCOUNT 60 47 153 143 SEX Male 26 24 91 95 Fomole 26 23 62 48 AGE Mean 20 21 23 24 Median 19 20 22 23 COUNTRY Central Africa Caribbean America Euro12e Egypt 3 Bahamas 8 Costa Rica 1 Belgium Ethiopia 2 Barbados 2 El Salvador 4 Bulgaria 4 Kenya Grenada 2 Guatemala Estonia 1 Morocco 4 Haiti 3 Honduras 7 Finland 6 Mozam-Jamaica 9 Mexico 6 France 23 bique St. Lucia 4 Panama 4 Germany 4 Nigeria Trinidad & Greece 6 Sierra Tobago 11 23 Hungary 2 Leone Iceland South 39 Ireland 1 Africa Italy 4 Tanzania Nether-Western lands 14 Sahara Norway 15 Zaire Poland 2 tP.i' Portugal 3 17 Spain 6 Sweden 13 Switzer-land 2 United Kingdom 43 Yugoslavia 3 152 Non-Resident Aliens Database does not contain current geographical names University of South Florida INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Total University Fall 1993 Total Master/Eds 393 239 235 187 158 52 23 27 22 26 Near/Middle Far East East Hong Kong 11 Bahrain Japan 18 Cyprus 8 People's Rep. Iran 8 of China 101 Israel 7 Philippines 3 Jordan 6 Rep. of China Kuwait 3 (Taiwan) 24 Lebanon 11 Rep of Oman 2 Korea 10 Saudi Arabia 12 Syria 2 167 Turkey 8 United Arab Emirates 2 70 GRADUATES PhD Total 169 398 122 309 37 89 31 28 30 27 South America Argentina 2 Bolivia 2 Brazil 6 Chile 1 Colombia 5 Ecuador 5 Guyana 4 Peru 6 Surinam Venezuela 7 39 OTHER Prof. Unclass. Total 19 810 13 557 6 253 30 26 28 24 Southeast Asia Other Bangladesh 3 Australia 3 Burma 1 Canada 40 India 173 New Zealand Indonesia 7 Russia 6 Malaysia 2 United King-Pakistan 13 dom Terr. 15 Singapore 4 Unknown 27 Sri Lanka 4 Western Thailand 4 Sahara 211 92 21

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University of South Florida BOARD OF REGENTS APPROVED RESEARCH/SERVICE CENTERS AND INSTITUTES Fall 1993 ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING: Florida Center for Community Design and Research BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT: Center for Professional and Management Development 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 Communication Center for Telecommunications Research COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES: Center for Computer Integrated Engineering and Manufacturing Institute for Information Systems and Management EDUCATION: *Type I Florida Center for Instructional Computing Children's Center Center for Study of Migrant Education Center for the Study of Physical Education and Sport for the Disabled Educational Research Center for Child Development Institute for At-Risk Infants, Child and Youth, and their Families National Resource Center for Middle Grades Education Suncoast Area Teacher Training Program (SCATT) Center for Excellence in Mathematics, Science, Computers and Technology Center for the Study of Child-Writing SOURCE: Academic Affairs EDUCATION (continued): Gus A. Stavros Center for Free Enterprise and Economic Education David Anchin Center for the Advancement of Teaching ENGINEERING & ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: Center for Environmental Studies and Engineering Center for Modeling Hydrologic and Aquatic Systems Center for Development of Materials Center for Microelectronics Research Center for Electron Microscopy Center for Communication and Signal Processing Center for Urban Transportation Research Center for Interactive Technology, Application and Research Center for Engineering and Medical Image Analysis ALLIED HEAL TH & HEAL TH SCIENCES: Biostatics and Epidemiology Center for Health Research Suncoast Gerontology Center on Health and Longevity Diabetes Center Tampa Bay Cranio-Facial Center Florida Policy Exchange Center on Aging Institute for Research in Psychiatry LETTERS: Interdisciplinary Center for Greek Studies Center for Writers Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Culture and Society 22

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University of South Florida BOARD OF REGENTS APPROVED RESEARCH/SERVICE CENTERS AND INSTITUTES Fall 1993 LIFE SCIENCES: Institute of Biomolecular Science Center for Nearshore Marine Science Center for Molecular Design and Recognition MATHEMATICS : Center for Mathematical Services Institute for Constructive Mathemati cs MUL Tl I INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES: Center for Applied Humanities Center for the Arts and Human Development Center for Urban Ecology Global Change Research Center NATURAL RESOURCES: Florida Toxicological Research Center NATURAL SCIENCES: Institute for Systematic Botany PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION AND THEOLOGY Center for Applied Philosophy Center for Neo Platonic Studies PHYSICAL SCIENCES *Type I Florida Institute of Oceanography Institute for Environmental Studies SOURCE: Academic Affairs PSYCHOLOGY : Center for Research in Behavioral Medicine and Health Psychology Institute of Human Performance Decision Mak ing, and Cybernetics Alcohol and Substance Use Research Institute PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES: Center for Community Analysis and Development Center for Public Affairs and Policy Management SOCIAL SCIENCES: Center for Applied Anthropology Institute for Interpretive Human Studies Institute on Black Life Florida China Institute Florida France Institute Florida Japan Institute Carribean and Latin American Studies Center VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS: Institute for Research in Art/Graphicstudio 23

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Section II STUDENTS Incoming Student Profile Enrollments -New Students Enrollments All Students FTE and Credit Hours Degree Programs & Awards Student Financial Aid

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FTIC Community Lower Number A I led 7,589 389 Number Accepted 4,674 160 "" Apl led Wllo Were Accepted 61. 6 41. 1 Numtier Enro I I ed 1. 876 110 Accepted Who E1irol led 40. 1 68.B The University of Sou tt1 Fl0rida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Applied, Accepted, and Enrolled Total Un1vers1ty Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES -------------College Transfers Other Transfers Upper Lower Upper 3,579 1' 199 1. 940 3,415 447 1. 590 95. 4 37. 3 U2. 0 2,431 260 934 71. 2 58. 2 58.7 GRADUATES New to Previously Degreed USF From IJSF 4,822 1. 205 1. 453 735 30. 1 61. 0 750 619 51. 6 84.2 27

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28 University of South Florida HISTORY OF NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Annual Headcount UNDERGRADUATES UNDERGRADUATES First Time in College New Community College Transfers 4500 4500 4000 4000 3500 3500 -3000 3000 8 2500 8 2500 m 2000 J: 1500 m 2000 J: 1500 1000 1000 500 500 -=t' l() co ,..... co O> 0 ...... C\J (") -=t' l() co ,..... co 0) 0 ...... C\J (") co 25 co co 25 0) CD ;:::: --l() ,..... ...... (") co ...... co co co co co co co 0) O> 0) co co co co co co co 0) 0) O> Year Year UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES New Other Transfers New Graduates 4500 4500 4000 4000 3500 3500 3000 3000 8 2500 8 2500 m 2000 2000 1500 J: 1500 1000 1000 500 500 (") C\J 0 0) co ,..... l() -=t' -=t' l() co ,..... co 0) 0 ...... C\J (") ...... co co co co co co O> 25 0) co co co co -----;:::: 05 C\J ;:::: CD --(") l() co co ...... ...... 0 l() co co co co co co co 0) 0) O> 0) 0) O> co co co co co co co Year Year

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The University of Soul 11 FI ur i da NEW DEGREE-SEEKING SllJlJl:NIS Total Unlvers1ty Fa I l 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TUIAL -----------------------------------------------------------------------------FTIC Community College Transfers Other Transfers A 11 New to Degreed A 11 A 11 Lower Upper Lower Lil'per USF From USF --------T 1. 876 110 2,431 260 913 5,590 750 619 1. 369 6,959 STATUS fu I I I ime 1. 791 98 1. 830 242 647 4,608 482 254 736 5,344 PartI 11110 85 12 601 18 266 982 268 365 633 1. 615 SEX Male 785 51 994 129 401 2,360 340 253 593 2,953 f-e111ale 1. 091 59 1. 437 131 512 3,230 410 366 776 4,006 RACE Non-Rt!siiJent A 1 i en 31 12 11 70 124 69 14 83 207 Black, Non-Hispanic 181 2 149 13 40 385 45 25 70 455 A111erican l ntJ i an 6 1 7 2 16 4 3 7 23 Asian, f'ac If I c_ Islander 114 6 65 12 :J2 229 20 20 '40 269 Hisa11iL 171 3 18 7 19 46 426 52 24 76 502 White, Non Hispanic 1. 373 98 2. 011 205 723 4,410 560 533 1. 093 5,503 RESIDENCY Jn-State 1. 581 108 2,404 173 684 4,\J50 !J54 598 1. 152 6. 1 02 Out-of SI dl" 264 2 15 76 159 516 127 7 134 650 Non--Res i dent A Ii en 31 12 11 70 124 69 14 83 207 NOTE: FTIC Fir st Time in College 29

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30 The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING !'> 1 UUf:N I!'> Total University, Cu 11 t t n LI t:HS fa 1 1 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FTIC Community College Transfers Other Transfers A 11 New to Degreed A 11 A 11 Lower Upper Lower Upper USF From USF --------COLLEGE Architecture 12 3 15 15 Ar-ts & ::O.ciences 712 49 1' 165 126 419 2,471 2 7 l 223 494 2,965 Business 214 9 527 33 264 l '047 131 72 203 1 '250 Education 99 14 408 13 115 649 97 157 254 903 E:ngineer lny 191 14 165 23 56 449 73 56 129 578 Fine Arts 100 5 52 6 24 187 12 10 22 209 New Col leye 135 5 3 29 2 174 174 U11ueclar ed 425 13 62 28 2 8 556 2 4 6 562 Medicine. 70 25 95 95 Medical Sciences 14 2 16 16 Nur .. s i ng 48 2 5 56 27 33 60 1 16 f->ut.J 1 i c J-leo I tl1 41 34 75 76 Includes 111ajurs and intended majors

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu 1 I -TI me Part-Time SEX Male female RACE Alien Black, Nun-Hisanic Americcln lndian A:;ia11, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Nun-Hisanic RESIDENCY 1 n S ldle Out-of-Stale Non-Resident A 1 i en FTIC The University of South flur ida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING SlUUtNrS Architec ture -Al 1 Campuses Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Uper *Includes majors and intended majors A 11 GRADUATES ----------------------New to USF 12 9 3 6 6 1 3 8 10 2 Degreed From USF --------3 2 3 3 3 A 11 15 10 5 9 6 1 3 11 13 2 TOTAL 31 A 1 I 15 10 5 9 6 1 3 1 1 13 2

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32 Tile University of South Flo1-ida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING S TULJE:.N rs Arts & Sciences -A I 1 Campuses Fa 11 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FTIC Community Co 11 age Transfers Other Transfers A 11 New to Degreed A 11 A I 1 Lower Upper Lower Upper USF From USF -------HEADCOUNT* 712 49 1. 165 126 419 2,471 271 223 494 2,965 STATUS t-u I 1 1 ime 672 46 906 119 JOJ 2,050 190 107 297 2,347 Part-Time 40 257 7 1 16 421 81 116 197 618 SEX Male 240 16 452 55 1 l>2 927 107 67 194 1 1 2 1 472 31 7 13 71 257 1, 544 164 136 300 1. 844 RACE Non-Resident A 1 i en 13 4 4 11 32 21 4 25 57 Black, Non -Iii san i c 74 79 7 19 179 20 1 2 32 2 1 1 American Indian 2 6 9 1 1 l(J Asian, Poe if i L Islander 46 3 20 5 1 2 88 5 4 9 97 Hispanic 78 3 86 11 24 202 18 7 25 227 White, Non-Hispanic 497 43 970 99 352 1. 961 207 19"i 402 2,363 Hl::SIDE:.NCY Jn-State 627 49 1. 152 94 2,247 175 216 391 2,638 Out-of-State 72 9 28 83 192 75 3 78 270 Non-Resident A 1 i en 13 4 4 11 32 21 4 25 "i7 *Inctu
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The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE -SEEKING STUDENTS Business -Al I Campuses Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL ------------------------------------------------------. --------------------------------FTIC Community College Transfers Other Transfers A 11 New to Degreed Al I A 11 Lower Upper Lower Uper USF From USF -------HEADCOUNT* 214 9 527 33 264 1'047 131 72 203 1 '250 STATUS Fu 11 Ti111e 2D6 5 351 26 169 757 73 34 107 864 PartTi111e 8 4 176 7 95 290 58 38 96 386 SEX Male 98 4 258 18 146 524 74 37 111 bj5 Female 116 5 269 15 118 523 57 35 92 615 RACE Non-Resident A Ii en 9 5 2 50 66 18 4 22 88 Black, Non-Hispanic 29 28 10 68 2 1 3 7 1 American lntlian 1 1 1 Asian, Pacific !slander 10 22 2 9 43 2 3 5 48 Hispanic 14 39 4 11 68 10 4 14 82 White, Non-Hispanic 152 8 433 25 184 802 98 60 158 960 RESIDENCY !11-State 163 9 521 20 115 888 98 67 165 I, 053 Oul-of-Slat" 42 1 11 39 93 15 1 16 109 Non-Resident A Ii en 9 5 2 50 66 18 4 22 88 t11clutles mdjurs and intended 111ajors 33

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34 The University of Soutt1 Floriua NEW DEGREE -SEEKING STUDENlS Education -A 11 Campuses Fa 11 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FTIC Community Co 11 ege Transfers Other Transfers A 1 1 New to Degreed A 1 l A 11 Lower Upper Lower Upper USF From USF --------HEADCOUNT* 99 14 408 13 115 649 97 157 254 903 STATUS f u 1 1 l 1 me 95 11 353 12 93 564 39 37 76 640 Part-Time 4 3 55 22 85 58 120 178 263 SEX Male 13 5 86 4 2 135 18 41 5\:1 194 Female 86 9 322 9 88 514 79 116 195 l09 RACE Non-Resiuent Ali en 2 1 1 4 1 1 5 Black, NonHispanic 11 21 3 36 7 6 13 49 American lnuian 1 1 1 2 Asian, Pacific !slander 4 1 6 3 3 9 Hispanic 4 29 3 36 4 6 10 46 White, Non-Hispanic 82 13 352 1 2 107 566 86 140 226 792 HESIDENCY In-State 86 14 404 7 93 604 87 156 243 847 Out-of-State 11 3 6 21 41 10 10 51 Non-Resident Ali en 2 4 1 5 *Includes majors and intended majors

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The University of Sou tl1 Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING s ruuENTS Engineering -A I I Campuses Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES ullADUATES TOTAL -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FTIC Community College Transfers Other Transfers A 11 N e w to Degreed All A I I Lower Upper Lower Upper USF From USF --------HEADCOUNT* 191 14 165 23 56 449 73 56 129 578 ST"ATUS f-u I 1 1 ime 182 13 105 23 38 361 48 18 66 4 2 7 Part-Time 9 1 60 18 88 25 38 63 151 SEX Male 149 14 143 20 4 2 368 59 49 108 416 female 42 22 3 14 81 14 7 21 1U2 RACE Non-Hes i Lhrnt A Ii en 4 2 3 4 13 24 4 28 41 Black, Non -ti i san i c 27 10 3 5 45 3 2 5 50 A111ertccu1 lntJian 1 1 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 17 13 8 40 7 4 11 51 Hispanic 19 11 1 1 32 5 3 8 40 White, Non-Hispanic 124 13 1 2 9 15 3 8 319 34 42 76 395 Ht:::.IDENCY In-State 166 14 162 11 44 397 39 49 88 485 Out-of-State 21 l 9 8 39 l 0 3 13 52 Non-Resident Ali en 4 2 3 4 13 24 4 28 4 1 35 *!11 clutJes 111aj1ns and intended majors

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The University of Sout11 rlu1-ida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING SIUDENlS Fine Arts -All Campuses Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Community College Transfers Other Transfers HEADCOUNT* SIATUS fu I 1 -f i me Part-Time SEX Male F ema 1 e RACE Nun-Resident A I i en Black, Non-Hisanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White. Non-Hispanic RESIDENCY I n S l d l e Out-of-State Non-Resident Alien 100 98 2 36 64 1 8 2 8 81 93 6 cluLies majors and intended majors Lower Upper 5 5 2 3 4 5 52 43 9 19 33 2 2 8 40 52 Lower Uper 6 6 3 3 5 4 2 24 19 5 8 16 1 6 17 21 3 A 11 187 171 16 68 1 19 I 1 6 22 147 175 11 GRADUATES New to Degreed USF From USF 1 2 12 7 5 1 10 6 5 1 10 8 2 5 5 2 7 10 A I I 22 20 2 1 2 10 2 1 1 7 16 5 1 36 TOTAL A I I 209 191 18 80 129 2 12 8 23 164 191 lb 2

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-Tl111e Part-Tl111e SEX Mal" Fe111a I e RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non -111sp.inic American Indian Asion. Pacific Islander Hispanic Non -Hisanic RESIDENCY In-Stati; Out-of-State Non-ResicJent Alien The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDtNfS New College Fa 1 1 1993 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC+ Community College Transfers Other Transfers 135 135 64 7 1 9 5 120 74 60 Lower Upper 5 5 3 2 5 5 3 3 3 2 3 Lower Upper 29 29 16 13 2 1 26 16 11 2 2 2 2 2 +First Time in College (FTIC) enter New College as Sophomores NOTE: For Sarasota Campus, see page 50 GRADUATES TOTAL A 11 New to Degreed A 11 A I I USF From USF 174 174 174 174 l:l8 l:l8 86 86 3 3 9 9 6 6 155 155 100 100 7 1 7 1 3 3 37

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Full Time Part-Time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resilient Alien Black, American Indian Asian Pacific Islander Wl1ite, Nun-Hisanic IH::SJ DENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident A I i en FTIC 425 403 22 185 240 1 32 4 28 43 317 372 52 1 The University of South NEW DEGREE -SEEKING STUDENTS Undeclared Al 1 Campuses Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Ott1er Transfers Lower Upper 13 11 2 5 8 11 11 2 62 40 22 26 36 8 4 7 4 3 61 Lower Uper 28 26 2 13 15 3 2 22 19 9 28 20 8 1 2 16 4 2 1 20 20 4 4 A 1 I 556 500 56 241 315 5 43 6 36 53 413 483 68 5 GRADUATES ----------------------New to Degreed A I 1 USF From USF --------2 4 6 1 2 3 4 2 3 2 3 2 4 6 4 5 1 38 TOTA L A 11 562 502 60 244 318 5 4 3 6 3 6 53 419 488 69 5

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HEAOCOUNT SlATUS Furl 1 i me Part-Time SE:X Male Female HACE Non -Rtisi
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STAfUS Fu 1 I l i me Part-Time SEX Male Female HACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacif lc Islander Hispanic White, Non Hlsanic RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident Allen FTIC The University of Sout11 floricJa NEW DEGREE-SEEKING SlUDENTS Medical Sci.,11ces Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper A 11 40 GRADUATES TOTAL ----------------------New to Degreed A 1 l Al 1 USF From USF --------14 2 16 16 14 2 16 16 5 6 6 9 10 10 4 4 4 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 5 2 7 7 9 2 11 11 l 4 4 4

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HEADCOUNT STATUS t'u I I -rime Part-1 ime SEX Male Female HACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hisanlc American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident Alien FTIC The University of Suutl1 Flur ide1 NEW DEGREE-SEEKING Nu rs i 119 A I I Campuses Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUAlES Community College Transfers Lower Upper 48 27 21 6 42 7 41 48 Other Tr ansfer s Lower Upper 2 2 2 5 3 2 2 3 3 4 A 11 56 31 25 8 48 2 7 46 55 GRADUATES TOTAL ----------------------New to Degreed A I I A I I USF From USF --------27 33 60 116 5 9 14 45 22 24 46 7 I 1 3 4 12 26 30 56 104 3 3 5 2 2 3 1 1 2 9 26 27 53 99 27 33 60 115 1 41

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu I I -rime Part-Time SEX Male Ferna I e RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Paclf ic Islander liispanic White, Non -Hispanic fH: SIDENCY In-State Non-Resident Alien FTJC The Un i v er s i t y of Sou t Ii F I n -i d a NEW DEGREE-SEEKING SlllDE:NTS Public l-tt!alth Al I Ca111puses Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transf.,,s Lower Upper Lower Upper A 11 GRADUATES New to Degreed USF From USF 41 21 20 14 27 1 6 I 2 31 32 8 34 1 2 22 11 23 33 33 A I 1 75 33 42 25 50 2 6 1 2 64 65 8 2 42 TOTAL A 11 76 33 43 26 50 2 6 1 2 65 66 8 2

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HEADCOUNT STATUS fu I 1 -Ti me Part-Time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic RESIDENCY Jn-State Out-ofSt<:1le Non-Resident A I i en FTIC The University of Suulh Flo1 itJa NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENfS Continuing Education Fa I I 1993 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper 4 2 3 4 2 3 2 4 2 are i11cluded in headcount if they attt!nd credit CED courses A 11 7 5 2 1 6 6 7 GRADUATES TOTAL --------------------New to Degreed A 11 A 11 USF From USF --------39 45 84 91 10 4 14 19 29 41 70 72 21 16 37 38 1 B 29 47 53 2 3 5 5 3 3 4 3 1 4 4 31 41 72 78 36 44 80 87 3 4 4 43

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FTIC Architecture Arts & Sciences Business Education Engineering Fine Arts New Col leye Unde clared Medicine Medical Sciences Public HeC1lth The University of So11tl1 Flo r ida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING !>llJDl:'NTS Continuing Education, Continued Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper 4 *Includes majors and intended majors A 11 6 44 GRADUATES TOTAL New to Degreed All A 1 l USF From USF 12 6 1 B 18 B 24 32 38 15 11 26 27 4 3 7 7

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu 1 1 1 i me Part-Time SEX Male female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asictn, Pe1cif i c Islander ttispanic White, Non Hispanic RESIDENCY In-Stale Out-of-State Non-Resident Alien FTIC The University of S outt1 Florida NEW DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS Ft. Myers Campus Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper 3 3 1 2 3 3 176 112 64 48 128 9 3 8 156 176 Lower Upper 5 2 3 3 2 5 4 53 30 23 16 37 1 50 41 6 S tud<-
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The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING SfUUtNlS Ft. Myers Campus, Continued Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper COLLEGE* Architecture Arts & Sciences 66 3 18 Business 60 19 Education 48 2 15 Engineerlny Fine Arts New Co I I ege Undeclared Medicine Medi ca I Sci enc es Nurslny Public Heal th *Includes 111aj o 1 5 <1o1d intended majors A 11 88 79 66 3 New to USF 9 7 5 GRADUATES Degreed From USF 7 5 9 46 TOTAL A 11 A I I 16 104 1 2 91 14 80 3

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu 1 1 T imti Part-Time SEX Male Fema 1 e RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-H\sanic American Indian Asian, Pacific !slander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident Alien FTIC Community Co I I ege Lower The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING Lakeland Center Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES Transfers Other Transters Upper 90 53 37 31 59 8 3 2 77 90 Lower Upper 11 7 4 1 10 2 8 1 I *Students are included in campus headcount if they attend courses on that campus A 11 103 61 42 32 7 1 10 4 2 87 102 GRADUATES ----------------------New to Degreed A 11 USF From USF --------7 19 26 1 4 5 6 15 21 2 8 10 5 11 16 2 2 6 17 23 7 19 26 TOTAL A 11 47 129 66 63 42 87 11 6 2 110 128

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The University of Soutl1 FlorlcJa NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Lakeland Center, Continued Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper COLL.EGE* Architecture Arts & Sciences 16 3 Business 24 2 Education 38 5 Enyineering 1 2 Fine Arts New College Undec l c11 ed Medici nt-J Medical Sciences Nursing Public Health includes maj,ll s ant1 intended majors A 11 19 27 44 13 New to USF 7 GRADUATES Degreed From USF 5 13 48 TOTAL A 11 A 1 1 5 2 4 27 20 64 14

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HEADCOUNT* STATUS f u 1 1 -Ti me Part-Time SEX Male Fema I e RACE Non -Resiuent A I ien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White. Nun-Hispanic In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident Alien FTIC 134 134 64 70 9 5 119 74 59 1 The University of Soutt1 Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Sarasota Campus Fal 1 1993 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper 6 6 3 3 6 6 147 91 56 52 95 3 1 2 2 139 146 1 Lower Upper 30 30 16 14 2 1 27 16 12 2 47 24 23 lb 31 47 39 8 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend courses on that campus A 11 364 285 79 151 213 3 3 11 B 338 281 80 3 GRADUATES ----------------------New to Degreed A 11 USF From USF -----13 1 2 25 4 3 7 9 9 18 3 3 10 12 22 13 1 2 25 13 12 25 TOTAL A 11 389 292 97 154 235 3 3 11 8 363 306 80 3 49

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FTIC COLLEGE* Architecture Arts 8. Sciences Business Education E11vineerin9 Fine Arts New Co I I ege 134 lJ11LJec I died Meuicine Mecl i <.:a I Sci e11ce::. Nuo s i fl!J Public Health *Includes majors and intended majors The Un1vers1ty of Soutl1 flur1ua NEW DEGREE-SEEl
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HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful 1-Time Part-Time SEX Male f ema I e RAC E Non-Hesit.Jent Alien Black, Non-Hisanic Americc:H1 Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Rl:.!)JDENCY Jn-State Out-of-State Non-Resident Alien FTIC The University of South f lorida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING SlUDl:.NTS St. Petersburg Campus Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES Community College Transfers Other Transfer s Lower Upper 3 2 1 2 3 3 283 185 98 113 1 7 0 11 5 12 254 282 Lower Upper 7 4 3 5 2 6 6 58 31 27 J2 26 4 1 50 511 7 *Student:, ar e included in campus headcount if they attend courses on that camus All 352 223 129 152 200 2 16 1 6 13 314 342 8 2 GRADUATES ----------------------New to Degreed A 11 USF From USF --------37 44 81 19 14 33 18 30 48 20 20 40 1 7 24 41 2 3 2 3 2 2 33 39 72 23 42 65 12 1 13 2 3 TOTAL A 1 l 433 256 177 192 241 5 1 7 1 9 15 386 407 21 5 51

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The University of South f lorida NEW DEGREE -SEEKING STUDENTS St. Petersburg Campus, Continued Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Uper COLLEGE* Archi teclu1e A rts & Sciences 111 3 2 1 Business 2 108 4 31 Education 55 6 E.nyineeriny 3 Fine Arts New Co I I ege Undeclared 6 Medicine Medical Sci enc es Nursing Public Health Includes 111ajo1 s and intended majors A 1 l 136 145 62 3 6 New to USF 21 11 5 GRADUATES Degreed From USF 18 6 20 52 TOTAL A 11 A 1 l 39 175 1 7 162 25 87 3 6

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FTIC Community Lower HEADCOUNT* 1 '742 98 STATUS Fu I I r; me 1. 657 88 Part-Time 85 10 SJ::X Male 721 46 rema I e 1. 021 52 RACE Non Rei, i
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The University of South Florida NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Tampa Campus, Continued Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Community College Transfers Other Transfers Lower Upper Lower Upper COi LEGE Architecture Ar ts & Sciences 712 48 950 120 366 Bers i ness 214 6 305 30 204 Education 99 12 243 10 81 Engineering 191 14 137 23 54 Fine Arts 100 5 52 6 24 New Co 1 I ege Undeclared 425 1 2 52 27 27 Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing 48 2 5 Public Hea Ith Includes majors and intended majors 54 GRADUATES TOTAL ----------------------A I 1 New to Degreed A I I A I 1 USF From USF --------12 3 15 15 2. 196 235 192 427 2,623 759 109 63 172 931 445 74 101 175 620 419 59 45 104 523 187 1 2 10 22 209 543 2 3 5 548 70 25 95 95 14 2 16 16 56 27 33 60 116 40 34 74 75

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLOR IDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Total University Fa 11 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc 1. Total HEADCOUNT 3. 107 2 ,377 7,298 10,359 23. 141 4,856 1. 108 5,964 378 5,293 34,776 STATUS Full-Time 2,575 1. 988 4,437 5,400 14,400 1 588 567 2. 155 378 238 17. 171 Part-Time 532 389 2,861 4,959 8,741 3,268 541 3,809 5,055 17,605 SEX Male 1. 332 1. 033 3,073 4,748 10. 186 1 ,986 552 2,538 241 2,046 15. 011 Female 1. 775 1. 344 4,225 5. 611 12,955 2,870 556 3,426 137 3,247 19,765 RACE Non-Resident A 1 ien 50 47 153 143 393 239 159 398 19 810 Black, Non-Hispanic 408 207 436 498 1. 549 185 78 263 21 283 2. 116 American Indian 12 3 15 14 44 6 5 11 6 11 72 Asian, Pacific Islander 182 124 218 331 855 105 29 134 43 149 1. 181 Hispanic 306 231 543 687 1. 767 246 45 291 34 258 2,350 White, Non-Hispanic 2. 149 1. 765 5 ,933 8,686 18,533 4,075 792 4,867 274 4,573 28,247 AGE Mean 19 21 25 28 25 34 35 34 26 37 28 Median 18 20 22 25 23 32 34 32 25 35 25 RESIDENCY In-State 2,729 2,023 6,779 9,905 21. 436 4,402 870 5,272 378 5. 102 32. 188 Out-of-State 328 307 366 311 1. 312 215 79 294 172 1. 778 Non-Resident-Alien 50 47 153 143 393 239 159 398 19 810 55

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA 56 ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Total University, Continued Fa 11 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc 1. Total COLLEGE Architecture 83 83 83 Arts & Sciences 1. 189 869 3,610 4,258 9,926 1. 544 503 2,047 11 ,973 Business 416 293 1, 61 B 2,580 4 ,907 846 46 892 5,799 Education 195 188 926 1. 713 3 ,022 1 152 304 1 ,456 4 ,478 Engineering 310 212 480 1. 186 2. 188 575 144 719 2 ,907 Fine Arts 163 86 185 286 720 72 72 792 New Co 11 ege 306 126 100 532 532 Unclassi f ied 5 ,293 5,293 Undeclared 834 419 282 77 1. 612 1. 612 Medicine 378 378 Medical Scie nces 70 7 0 70 Nursing 4 70 155 229 223 223 4 5 2 Public Hea 1th 4 5 361 41 402 407 *Includes majors and intended majors

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HEADCOUNT STAT(.IS Ful l-T1me Part-Time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Alien DISCIPLINE Architecture Includes majors and intended majors THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNT$ Architecture Al 1 Campuses Fall 1993 GRADUATES Senior Total Master/EdS 83 48 35 54 29 1 10 70 32 31 76 6 1 83 PhD Total 83 48 35 54 29 1 10 70 32 31 76 6 83 OTHER Prof. Unc 1. Total 57 83 48 35 54 29 1 10 70 32 31 76 6 1 83

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA 58 ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Arts & Sciences -A 11 Campuses Fa 1 I 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc I. Total HEADCOUNT* 1. 189 869 3,610 4,258 9,926 1. 544 503 2,047 11 ,973 STATUS Full-Time 991 706 2,237 2. 150 6,084 576 293 869 6,953 Part-Time 198 163 1. 373 2. 108 3,842 968 210 1. 178 5,020 SEX Male 421 321 1 ,402 1 ,824 3,968 517 252 769 4,737 Female 768 548 2,208 2,434 5,958 1. 027 251 1. 278 7,236 RACE Non-Resident A 1 i en 18 15 38 41 112 40 59 99 211 Black, Non-H spanic 151 87 241 228 707 69 32 101 BOB American Ind an 4 2 10 8 24 2 3 5 29 Asian, Pac if c Islander 76 45 83 125 329 21 13 34 363 Hispanic 128 99 283 274 784 75 20 95 879 White, Non-Hispanic 812 621 2,955 3,582 7,970 1. 337 376 1. 713 9,683 AGE Mean 19 21 25 28 25 34 34 34 26 Median 18 20 22 24 22 32 31 31 23 RESIDENCY In-State 1 ,061 773 3,396 4,076 9,306 1. 412 391 1. 803 11. 109 Out-of-State 110 81 176 141 508 92 53 145 653 Non-Resident-Alien 18 15 38 41 112 40 59 99 211 DI SCI PLINE Communications 79 70 405 345 899 78 78 977 Ethnic Studies 3 3 27 32 65 14 14 79 Foreign Languages 6 7 39 37 89 80 80 169 Health Professions 13 7 41 48 109 304 304 413 Interdisciplinary Studi 355 168 262 246 1. 031 45 45 1. 076 Letters 54 56 322 459 891 78 121 199 1. 090 Liberal/General Studies 5 9 52 116 182 56 56 238 Library Science 221 221 221 Life Sciences 302 171 387 417 1. 277 72 34 106 1. 383 Mathematics 5 4 32 36 77 21 35 56 133 Philosophy/Religion 4 6 22 31 63 31 10 41 104 (continued) *Includes majors and intended majors

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Arts & Sciences -All Campuses, continued Fal 1 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD DI Sq PLINE Physical Sciences 59 35 102 172 368 123 116 Protective Services 59 66 403 380 908 51 Psychology 163 117 568 619 1. 467 1 148 Public Administration 1 21 106 117 245 178 Social Sciences 81 129 842 1. 203 2,255 191 39 Includes majors and intended majors OTHER Total Prof. Uncl. Total 239 607 51 959 149 1 ,616 178 423 230 2,485 59

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA 60 ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Business -All Campuses Fa 11 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/Eds PhD Total Prof. Uncl. Total HEADCOUNT 416 293 1 ,618 2,580 4,907 846 46 892 5,799 STATUS Full-Time 349 231 793 958 2,331 385 25 410 2,741 Part-Time 67 62 825 1'622 2,576 461 21 482 3,058 SEX Male 201 144 843 1. 329 2,517 514 24 538 3,055 Female 215 149 775 1. 251 2,390 332 22 354 2,744 RACE Non-Resident A 1 len 17 14 79 53 163 41 6 47 210 Black, Non-Hispanic 64 37 72 109 282 20 5 25 307 American Indian 1 1 2 4 1 1 2 6 Asian, Pacific Islander 22 14 72 92 200 26 2 28 228 Hispanic 28 24 102 166 320 39 2 41 361 White, Non-Hispanic 284 204 1. 292 2. 158 3,938 719 30 749 4,687 AGE Mean 19 21 25 28 26 32 36 32 27 Median 19 20 23 26 24 30 35 30 25 RESIDENCY In-State 333 251 1. 472 2,461 4,517 742 33 775 5,292 Out-of-State 66 28 67 66 227 63 7 70 297 Non-Resident-Allen 17 14 79 53 163 41 6 47 210 DISCIPLINE Business 416 293 1. 618 2,580 4,907 846 46 892 5,799 Includes majors and Intended majors

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNT$ Education -A 11 Campuses Fa 11 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc 1. Total HEAPCOUNP 195 188 926 1. 713 3,022 1. 152 304 1 ,456 4,478 STATUS Full-Time 161 165 675 1. 289 2,290 219 94 313 2,603 Part-Time 34 23 251 424 732 933 210 1. 143 1. 875 SEX Male 30 30 173 382 615 241 97 338 953 Female 165 158 753 1. 331 2,407 911 207 1. 118 3,525 RACE Non-Resident Alien 1 1 3 3 8 2 6 8 16 Black, Non-Hispanic 25 13 47 72 157 45 22 67 224 American Indian 2 4 6 2 2 8 Asian, Pacific Islander 2 5 6 6 19 5 3 8 27 Hispanic 7 8 49 94 158 57 10 67 225 White, Non-Hispanic 160 161 819 1. 534 2,674 1. 041 263 1. 304 3,978 AGE Mean 19 21 26 28 26 36 41 37 30 Median 19 20 23 24 23 35 41 37 26 RESIDENCY In-State 172 170 879 1. 674 2,895 1. 135 290 1. 425 4,320 Out-of-State 22 17 44 36 119 15 8 23 142 Non-Resident-Alien 1 3 3 8 2 6 !l 16 DISCIPLINE Education 195 188 926 1. 713 3,022 1. 152 304 1. 456 4,478 61 Includes majors and intended majors

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH fLORIDA 62 ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Engineering -All Campuses Fa 11 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc 1. Total HEADCOUNT 310 212 480 1' 186 2' 188 575 144 719 2,907 STATUS Full-Time 264 181 288 621 1. 354 152 82 234 1. 588 Part-Time 46 31 192 565 834 423 62 485 1. 319 SEX Male 246 170 397 974 1 '787 485 131 616 2,403 Female 64 42 83 212 401 90 13 103 504 RACE Non-Resident A 1 i en 8 11 26 41 86 143 58 201 287 Black, Non-H1span1c 55 29 44 56 184 15 9 24 208 American Indian 1 1 1 1 2 Asian, Pacific Islander 23 20 35 91 169 30 8 38 207 Hispanic 31 22 37 95 185 34 6 40 225 White, Non-H1span1c 193 130 337 903 1. 563 353 62 415 1 ,978 AGE Mean 19 21 24 28 25 31 33 31 27 Median 18 20 22 26 23 29 32 30 25 RESIDENCY In-State 271 175 437 1. 122 2,005 417 79 496 2,501 Out-of-State 31 26 17 23 97 15 7 22 119 Non-Resident-Alien 8 11 26 41 86 143 58 201 287 DISCIPLINE Engineering 310 212 476 1. 150 2. 148 575 144 719 2,867 Engineering Technology 4 36 40 40 Includes majors and intended majors

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Fine Arts A 11 Campuses Fa 11 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Tota 1 Master/Eds PhD Total Prof. Unc 1 Total HEADCOUNT* 163 86 185 286 720 72 72 792 STATUS Full-Time 135 77 138 169 519 46 46 565 Pert-Time 28 9 47 117 201 26 26 227 SEX Male 69 39 68 124 300 30 30 330 Female 94 47 117 162 420 42 42 462 RACE Non-Resident A 1 i en 1 1 3 5 6 Bleck, Non-Hispanic 15 7 10 12 44 45 American ,Indian 1 1 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 5 4 3 6 18 3 3 21 Hispanic 11 7 21 24 63 2 2 65 White, Non-Hispanic 131 66 151 241 589 65 65 654 AGE Mean 19 21 24 28 24 33 33 25 Median 18 20 22 24 22 32 32 22 RESIDENCY In-State 149 77 170 272 668 62 62 730 Out-of-State 13 8 15 11 47 9 9 56 Non-Resident-Alien 1 1 3 5 1 6 DISCIPLINt: Visual/Performing Arts 163 86 185 286 720 72 72 792 *Includes majors and intended majors 63

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UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore+ Junior HEADCOUNT 306 126 STATUS Ful 1-Time 305 124 Part-Time 1 2 SEX Male 141 60 Female 165 66 RACE Non-Resident A 1 i en 4 2 Black, Non-H spanic 4 American Ind an Asian, Pac if c Islander 15 4 Hispanic 13 7 White, Non-Hispanic 270 112 AGE Mean 20 22 Median 19 21 RESIDENCY In-State 188 92 Out-of-State 114 32 Non-Resident-Alien 4 2 DI SCI PLINE Liberal/General Studies 306 126 "Includes majors and intended majors THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS New College Fa I I 1993 GRADUATES Senior Total Master/Eds PhD 100 532 96 525 4 7 56 257 44 275 7 6 6 25 6 26 86 468 23 21 22 20 70 350 29 175 1 7 100 532 +First Time in College (FTIC) enter New College as Sophomores NOTE: For Sarasota Campus, see page 77 64 OTHER Total Prof. Unc I. Total 532 525 7 257 275 7 6 25 26 468 21 20 350 175 7 532

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UNDERGRADUATES THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNT$ Unclassified Al 1 Campuses Fall 1993 GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/Ed$ PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS Ful 1-Time Part-Time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Allen Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Alien DISCIPLINE Unclassified NOTE : Unclassified Non-degree students Total OTHER Prof. Unc 1. Total 5,293 5,293 238 238 5,055 5,055 2,046 2 ,046 3,247 3,247 19 19 283 283 11 11 149 149 258 258 4,573 4,573 37 37 35 35 5. 102 5. 102 172 172 19 19 5 ,293 5,293 65

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Freshman HEADCOUNT 834 STATUS Full-Time 675 Part-Time 159 SEX Male 365 Female 469 RACE Non-Resident A 11 en 5 Black, Non-H spanic 98 American Ind an 7 Asian, Pac if c Islander 54 Hispanic 101 White, Non-Hispanic 569 AGE Mean 19 Median 19 RESIDENCY In-State 743 Out-of-State 86 Non-Resident-Alien 5 DISCIPLINE Undeclared 834 UNDERGRADUATES Sophomore Junior 419 282 322 148 97 134 188 123 231 159 1 5 28 19 1 21 13 58 36 311 208 20 25 20 22 385 263 33 14 5 419 282 THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Undeclared -All Campuses Fall 1993 GRADUATES Senior Total Master/EdS PhD 77 1 ,612 28 1. 173 49 439 41 717 36 895 11 5 150 B 3 91 9 204 60 1. 148 27 21 24 19 74 1. 465 3 136 11 77 1. 612 NOTE : Undeclared Degree seeking students who hav e not declared a majo r o r an intended major 66 OTHER Total Prof. Unc 1 Total 1. 612 1. 173 439 717 895 11 150 B 91 204 1. 148 21 19 1. 465 136 11 1. 61 2

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UNDERGRADUATES THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Medicine Fal I 1993 GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior -Total Master/EdS PhD HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-Time Part-Time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Alien DISCIPLINE Health Professions Total OTHER Prof. Uncl, 378 378 241 137 21 6 4J 34 274 26 25 378 378 Total 378 378 241 137 21 6 43 34 274 26 25 378 378 67

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Fu 11-Time Part-Time SEX Male Female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian UNDERGRADU ATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic AGE Mean Median RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Alien DISCIPLINE Health Professions THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Medical Sciences Fall 1993 GRADUATES Senior Total Master/EdS PhD 70 60 10 33 37 23 6 2 4 35 31 30 44 3 23 70 Total Prof. 70 60 10 33 37 23 6 2 4 35 31 30 44 3 23 70 OTHER Unc 1 68 Total 70 60 10 33 37 23 6 2 4 35 31 30 44 3 23 70

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNT$ Nursing -A 11 Campuses Fa 11 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc 1. Total HEADCOUNT 4 70 155 229 223 223 452 STATUS Fu 11-Time 1 34 88 123 53 53 176 Part-Time 3 36 67 106 170 170 276 SEX Male 6 17 23 10 10 33 Female 4 64 138 206 213 213 419 RACE Non-Resident A 1 i en 1 1 1 Black, Non-H spanic 2 2 14 18 14 14 32 American Ind an 1 1 1 Asian, Pac if c Islander 2 2 4 5 5 9 Hispanic B 1 B 26 9 9 35 White, Non-Hispanic 2 58 120 180 194 194 374 AGE Mean 27 30 32 31 39 39 35 Median 25 27 30 29 39 39 35 RESIDENCY In-State 4 69 152 225 222 222 447 Out-of-State 1 2 3 1 4 Non-Resident-Alien DISCIPLINE Hea 1th Professions 4 70 155 229 223 223 452 69

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA 70 ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNT$ Pub Ii c Hea I th -A 11 Campuses Fa 1 I 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/Eds PhD Total Prof. Unc 1 Total HEADCOUNT 4 5 361 41 402 407 STATUS Ful 1-Time 1 1 109 13 122 123 Part-Time 3 4 252 28 280 284 SEX Male 1 2 135 15 150 152 Female 3 3 226 26 252 255 RACE Non-Resident A 1 i en 11 7 18 18 Black, Non-Hispanic 20 4 24 25 American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander 14 1 15 15 Hispanic 1 1 20 3 23 24 White, Non-Hispanic 2 3 296 26 322 325 AGE Mean 33 31 31 34 37 34 34 Median 33 32 33 32 38 33 33 RESIDENCY In-State 4 5 336 33 369 374 Out-of-State 14 1 1 5 15 Non-Resident-Alien 11 7 18 18 DISCIPLINE Hea 1th Professions 4 5 361 41 402 407

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Continuing Education Fa I I 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/Eds PhD Total Prof. Unc 1. Total HEADCOUNT 9 52 61 497 7 504 790 1. 355 STATUS Fu 11-Time 6 31 37 47 3 50 6 93 Part-Time 3 21 24 450 4 454 784 1 262 SEX Male 1 15 16 226 5 231 298 545 Female 8 37 45 271 2 273 492 8 1 0 RACE Non-Resident A 1 i en 3 4 1 5 Black, Non-Hispanic 2 2 16 16 49 67 American Indian 2 2 Asian, Pacific Islander 1 9 9 59 69 Hispanic 4 4 30 30 40 74 White, Non-Hispanic 8 46 54 439 6 445 639 1 138 AGE Mean 32 33 33 36 39 36 40 38 Median 30 33 32 35 43 35 40 37 RESIDENCY In-State 9 52 61 489 6 4 95 759 1. 315 Out-of-State 5 5 30 35 Non-Resident-Alien 3 4 1 5 71 *Students are included in headcount if t hey attend credi t CED courses

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UNDERGRADUATES THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Continuing Education, Continued Fall 1993 GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Sciences 9 9 93 Business 3 Education B 36 44 152 2 Engineering 7 8 198 3 Fine Arts New College Unclassified Undeclared Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing 2 Pub 1 i c Hea 1 th 49 2 *Includes majors and intended majors 72 OTHER Total Prof. Uncl. Total 93 102 3 3 154 198 201 209 790 790 2 2 51 51

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Ft. Myers Campus Fa 11 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc 1 Total HEADCOUNT 10 378 518 906 169 2 171 505 1. 582 STATUS Fu 1 1-T1me 5 152 209 366 23 23 30 419 Part-Time 5 226 309 540 146 2 148 475 1. 163 SEX Male 2 97 140 239 49 49 152 440 Female 8 281 378 667 120 2 122 353 1. 142 RACE Non-Resident A 1 i en 1 1 2 1 1 1 4 Black, Non-Hispanic 16 7 23 5 5 20 48 American Indian 1 1 1 2 As1an, Pacific Islander 4 2 6 1 1 2 9 Hispanic 19 21 40 3 3 12 55 White, Non-Hispanic 10 338 486 834 159 2 161 469 1. 464 AGE Mean 24 29 31 30 36 38 36 36 33 Median 21 26 29 28 35 38 35 35 31 RESIDENCY In-State 9 371 515 895 168 2 170 500 1. 565 Out-of-State 6 2 9 4 13 Non-Resident-Allen 2 4 73 *Students are included in campus headcount if they attend courses on that campus

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UNDERGRADUATES THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Ft. Myers Campus, Continued Fall 1993 GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Sciences 5 161 149 315 37 Business 108 171 280 66 Education 3 99 180 282 65 Engineering Fine Arts New College Unclassified Undeclared 4 6 Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing 5 17 22 Pub 1 i c Hea 1 th *Includes majors and intended majors 74 OTHER Total Prof. Uncl. Total 38 353 66 346 66 348 505 505 6 23

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Lakeland Campus Fa 11 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc I Total HEADCOUNT 2 2 172 215 391 123 123 310 824 STATUS Full-Time 2 79 89 171 18 18 5 194 Part-Time 93 126 220 105 105 305 630 SEX Male 55 81 138 36 36 118 292 Female 117 134 253 87 87 192 532 RACE Non-Resident A 1 i en 1 1 1 Black, Non-Hispanic 13 18 31 7 7 22 60 American Indian 1 1 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 4 3 9 4 4 3 16 Hispanic 4 8 12 4 4 5 21 White, Non-Hispanic 151 184 337 108 108 280 725 AGE Mean 19 21 27 30 29 35 35 38' 33 Median 19 21 24 27 26 34 34 37 31 RESIDENCY In-State 2 2 169 214 387 122 122 307 816 Out-of-State 3 3 1 3 7 Non-Resident-Alien 75 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend courses on that campus

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UNDERGRADUATES THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Lakeland Campus, Continued Fall 1993 GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Sciences 59 71 131 21 Business 2 45 48 96 Education 51 69 120 92 Engineering 15 26 41 9 Fine Arts New College Unclassified Undeclared 2 2 Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Public Health *Includes majors and intended majors 76 OTHER Total Prof. Uncl. Total 21 152 96 92 212 9 50 310 310 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Sarasota Campus Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/Eds PhD Total Prof. Unc l. Total HEADCOUNT* 307 454 672 1. 434 139 3 142 319 1'895 STATUS Fut 1-Time 307 248 351 907 27 1 28 18 953 Part-Time 206 321 527 112 2 114 301 942 SEX Male 140 162 283 586 34 34 110 730 female 167 292 389 848 105 3 108 209 l. 165 RACE Non-Resident A 1 i en 4 4 3 11 11 Black, Non-Hispanic 4 10 14 28 2 2 13 43 American Indian 1 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 15 11 19 45 3 48 Hispanic 13 13 21 47 4 4 4 55 White, Non-Hispanic 271 415 615 1. 302 133 3 136 299 1. 737 AGE Mean 19 20 28 30 27 38 50 38 39 30 Median 19 19 24 27 24 38 52 39 38 26 RESIDENCY In-State 189 411 636 1. 237 139 3 142 313 1. 692 Out-of-State 114 39 33 186 6 192 Non-Resident-Alien 4 4 3 11 11 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend courses on that campus 77 NOTE: For Sarasota Campus' University Program, deduct New College, as shown on page 64, from this data

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UNDERGRADUATES THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Sarasota Campus, Continued Fall 1993 GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Sciences 127 188 316 56 Business 107 202 309 28 Education 2 76 140 218 51 3 Engineering 10 43 54 3 Fine Arts 2 2 New College 303 126 97 526 Unclassified Undeclared 7 8 Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Public Health *Includes majors and intended majors 78 OTHER Iota 1 Prof. Uncl. Total 56 372 28 337 54 272 3 57 2 526 319 319 8 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEAOCOUNTS St. Petersburg Campus Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/Eds PhD Total Prof. Unc 1 Total HEADCOUNT 2 19 718 1. 260 1 ,999 372 71 443 587 3,029 STATUS Full-Time 10 279 504 794 99 27 126 29 949 Part-Time 9 439 756 1. 205 273 44 317 558 2,080 SEX Male 10 284 496 791 154 45 199 195 1. 185 Female 9 434 764 1. 208 218 26 244 392 1. 844 RACE Non-Resident A 1 i en 2 3 5 5 18 23 28 Black, Non-Hispanic 40 54 95 14 1 15 41 151 American Indian 2 2 4 1 5 Asian, Pacific Islander 11 36 47 7 7 3 57 Hispanic 24 49 73 9 2 11 15 99 White, Non-Hispanic 2 18 639 1. 116 1. 775 337 50 387 527 2,689 AGE Mean 21 25 28 30 29 33 33 33 39 32 Median 21 21 26 28 27 31 31 31 35 29 RESIDENCY In-State 2 18 709 1. 250 1. 979 347 47 394 576 2,949 Out-of-State 7 7 15 20 6 26 11 52 Non-Resident-Alien 2 3 5 5 18 23 28 79 *Students are included in campus headcount if they attend courses on that campus

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UNDERGRADUATES THE UNIVERS ITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS St. Petersburg Campus, Continued Fall 1993 GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD COLLEGE Architecture Arts & Sciences 6 280 362 649 113 66 Business 10 294 645 949 103 Education 117 236 354 153 3 Engineering 2 3 6 12 2 Fine Arts New College 2 2 Unclassified Undeclared 24 7 31 Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Public Heal th Includes majors and intended majors 80 OTHER Total Prof. Uncl Total 179 828 103 1. 052 156 510 3 15 2 587 587 31 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Tampa Campus Fa 11 1993 UNDERGRAOUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/EdS PhD Total Prof. Unc 1. Total HEADCOUNT 3. 106 2,046 5, 772 8,339 19,263 3,853 047 4,900 378 2 ,911 27,452 STATUS Full-Time 2,575 1. 672 3,797 4,610 12,654 1 ,519 548 2,067 378 172 15. 271 Part-Time 531 374 1 ,975 3,729 6,609 2,334 499 2,833 2,739 12,181 SEX Male 1. 332 885 2,560 4,032 8,809 1. 586 512 2,098 241 1. 214 12,362 Female 1. 774 1. 161 3. 212 4,307 10,454 2,267 535 2,802 137 1 ,697 15,090 RACE Non-Resident A 11en 50 43 146 137 376 235 143 378 17 771 Black, Non-Hispanic 408 202 366 433 1 ,409 155 77 232 21 146 1, BOB American Indian 12 3 1 2 10 37 6 5 11 6 7 61 Asian, Pacific Islander 1B2 109 194 296 781 92 29 121 43 B2 1. 027 Hispanic 306 218 492 625 1. 641 203 44 247 34 1B6 2. 108 White, Non-Hispanic 2. 14B 1 ,471 4,562 6,B38 15,019 3. 162 749 3,911 274 2,473 21. 677 AGE Mean 19 21 24 27 24 33 36 34 26 36 27 Median 18 20 22 24 22 31 34 32 25 33 24 RESIDENCY In-State 2,72B 1, 811 5,312 7,927 17,778 3,420 831 4,251 378 2,76B 25. 175 Out-of-State 32B 192 314 275 1. 109 19B 73 271 126 1. 506 Non-Resident-Allen 50 43 146 137 376 235 143 37B 17 771 81 Students are included in campus headcount if attend courses on that campus

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA 82 ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Tampa Campus, Cont1nued Fall 1993 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/Eds PhD Total Prof. Unc 1. Total COLLEGE Architecture 83 83 83 Arts & Sciences 1. 189 859 3,093 3,737 8,878 1. 308 449 1. 757 10,635 Business 416 283 1, 113 1. 807 3,619 697 46 743 4,362 Education 195 183 608 1. 165 2. 151 771 299 1. 070 3,221 Engineering 309 211 455 1. 132 2, 107 369 142 511 2,618 Fine Arts 163 86 185 284 718 72 72 790 New College 3 4 4 Unclassif led 2 ,911 2. 911 Undeclared 834 417 251 70 1. 572 1 572 Medicine 378 378 Medical Sciences 70 70 70 Nursing 4 66 139 209 220 220 429 Pub 1 i c Hea I th 1 4 5 333 41 374 379 Includes majors and intended majors

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The University of Sou t 11 F Io r i cJa NIGHT VERSUS DAY HEADCOUNT Total University uy Co 1 1 eye Fa 1 1 1993 Lower Upper Graduate Pr otess i ona 1 Unclassified Total % of Total Ar chi tectu1e Night 1 1 1. 2 Day 62 62 74. 7 Both 20 20 24. 1 Total 83 83 100.D Arts 8. S ciences Night 32 849 560 1. 441 12. 0 Day 1. 363 3 ,677 948 5,988 50. 0 Both 663 3,342 539 4,544 38. 0 Total 2,05B 7,868 2,047 11. 973 100.0 Business Night 24 1. 141 420 1. 585 27. 3 Day 452 1. 381 257 2,090 36. 0 Both 233 1. 676 215 2' 1 24 36.6 Total 709 4' 198 B92 5' 799 100.0 Education Night 6 158 799 963 21 5 Day 276 1. 356 358 1 ,990 44. 4 Both 101 1' 125 299 1'525 34. 1 Total 383 2,639 1'456 4,478 100.0 Engineering Night 1 2 208 281 501 17. 2 Day 362 824 275 1'461 50.3 Bot 11 148 634 163 945 32. 5 Total 522 1'666 719 2,907 100. 0 Fine Arts Night 3 17 3 23 2.9 Day 193 332 31 556 70.2 Both 53 122 38 213 26.9 Total 249 471 72 792 100.0 New Co 1 I age Night 1 2 3 0.6 Day 304 224 528 99.2 Bo t11 1 1 0 2 Total 306 226 532 100. 0 83

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84 The University of South Florida NIGHT VERSUS DAY f1E:ADCOUNT Total University by Co I I eye, cunt i 1 1ueLI Fa I I 1993 Lower Upper Graduate Pr otess i ona I Unclassified Total % of Total Unclassified Night 2,464 2,464 46. 6 Day 2,275 2,275 43. 0 Both 554 554 10. 5 Total 5,293 5 ,293 100. 0 Undec 1 ar .. d Night 14 56 70 4 3 Day 862 173 1. 035 64. 2 Both 377 130 507 31 5 Total 1 '253 359 1'612 100.0 Medicine Night Day 69 378 447 99. 8 Both 1 1 0.2 Total 70 378 448 100.0 Nursing Night 3 26 29 6.4 Day 4 185 154 343 75.9 Bott1 37 43 80 1 7. 7 To tat 4 225 223 452 100.0 Pub Ii c Hea 1th Night 2 141 143 35. 1 Day 1 103 104 25.6 Both 2 158 160 39.3 Total 5 402 407 100. 0

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The University of 5011 t r1 F-I u r i<1a NIGHT VERSUS DAY t-tEAULOUN T Total University tJy C ampu::; Fa l I 1993 Lower Upper Graduate P rotessional Unclassified Total % of Total TOTAL UNIVERSITY Night 92 2,436 2,231 2,464 7,223 20.8 Day 3,816 8, 153 2,257 378 2,275 16,879 48. 5 Bott1 1. 576 7,068 1. 476 554 lD,674 3D 7 Total 5,4B4 17,657 5,964 378 5,293 34, 776 lDO O Lunt1nu1ng t:l.J Night 7 355 358 720 53. I Day 32 83 414 529 39. 0 Both 22 66 18 106 7.8 Total 61 504 790 1. 355 100. 0 Ft. Myers Night 50 61 51 162 10. 2 Day 7 569 96 396 1. 068 67.5 Both 3 277 14 58 352 22.3 Total 10 896 171 505 1. 582 100. 0 Lakeland Night 132 102 252 487 59. 1 Day 100 2 46 148 18. 0 Both 3 155 19 l 2 189 22.9 Total 4 387 123 :ll 0 824 100. 0 Sarasota/New College Night 206 92 187 485 25.6 Day 306 426 6 82 820 43. 3 Both 2 494 44 50 590 31. 1 Total 308 1. 126 142 319 1 895 100.0 St. Peter-sbur g Night 2 622 243 363 1 '230 40. 6 Day 6 405 120 142 673 22.2 Botll 13 951 80 t:!2 1 126 37.2 Total 21 1'978 443 587 3,029 100. 0 Tampa Night 89 1'529 1'507 1 '306 4,431 16. 1 Day 3,499 6. 769 1. 983 378 1. 220 13,849 50. 4 Both 1'564 5,813 1. 410 385 9. 172 33.4 Total 5 152 14. 111 4,900 378 2. 911 27,452 100.0 85 NOTE: Students are included in c ampus headcount if the y attend courses 011 tlidt L o rnpu;,

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86 University of South Florida 1992/93 ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College All Campuses College Annual FTE Summer SCH Fall SCH Spring SCH Total Univers ity E&G Lower 3 ,764 15,872 74.499 60, 169 Upper 10,757 60,773 183,850 185,674 Graduate Classroom 2 ,983 17,696 38.424 39,336 Thesis/Dissertation 210 1 ,207 2,679 2,846 Total 17,714 95,548 299.452 288,025 Architecture Graduate Classroom 47 231 592 676 Thesis/Dissertation 6 38 66 84 Total 53 269 658 760 Arts & Sciences Lower 2 ,656 9,263 52,798 44,168 Upper 5, 112 25,340 87,828 91, 331 Graduate Class room 1,018 4,112 14,262 14,217 Thesis/Dissertation 110 557 1.423 1,553 Total 8 ,896 39,272 156,311 151 ,269 Business L ower 444 2,166 8.495 7,091 Upper 1 ,969 14, 112 35,125 32,834 Graduate Classroom 519 3 ,145 6,816 6,655 Thesis/Dissertation 9 50 123 113 Total 3,149 19.473 50,559 46,693 Education Lower 134 196 2,683 2.471 Upper 1,969 13, 715 32,755 32,276 Graduate Classroom 1 ,004 7.772 11,339 13,01 2 Thesis/Dissertation 42 326 534 489 Total 3 ,149 22,009 47,320 48,248

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University of South Florida 1992/93 ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College -All Campuses continued College Annual FTE Summer SCH Fall SCH Spring SCH Engineering Lower 69 528 1,206 1,017 Upper 826 5,250 14,084 13,724 Graduate Classroom 326 1,567 4,745 4,109 Thesis/Dissertation 39 231 486 545 Total 1 ,260 7,576 20, 521 19,395 Fine Arts Lower 268 442 6,605 3,662 Upper 440 2 ,299 6,567 8,746 Graduate Classroom 44 77 670 667 Thesis/Dissertation 3 5 38 62 Total 755 2 ,823 13,880 13, 137 Honors Lower 9 348 Upper 36 24 555 855 Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total 45 24 903 855 New College Lower 103 2,364 1,760 Upper 321 6,936 5,908 Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total 424 9 ,300 7,668 Undergraduate Studies Lower 3 107 Total 3 107 87

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College MEDICAL TOTAL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Medicine Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Nursing Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Publ i c Health Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total UNIVERSITY TOT AL Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Incl udes Continuing Education Annual FTE : UG Course Level Grad Course Level ... Medical Science University of South Florida 1 992-93 ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College All Campuses continued Annual FTE* 40 145 350 22 557 31 10 41 11 135 113 3 262 28 6 206 9 249 3 ,803 10,902 3,333 232 18, 271 Total Annual Credit Hours Total Annual Credit Hours Summer SCH 123 1 ,268 2,478 180 4 ,049 172 89 261 1 ,208 880 29 1,945 123 60 1,426 62 1 671 15,995 62, 041 20, 174 1 ,387 99,597 40 (10 for Summer, 15 Fall & 15 Spring) 32 ( 8 for Summer, 12 Fall & 12 Spr i ng) Fall SCH 723 2,530 4 ,340 239 7,832 429 99 528 252 2,356 1 ,402 39 4,049 471 174 2,509 101 3,255 75,222 186,380 42,764 2 ,918 307,284 88 Spring SCH 743 1,991 4,372 284 7,390 378 131 509 187 1 991 1 ,346 29 3 ,553 556 2,648 124 3,328 60,912 187 ,665 43,708 3 ,130 295,415

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University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Total University by Campus 1992-93 Campus Annual FTE Summer SCH Fall SCH Spring SCH TOT AL UNIVERSITY E & G Lower 3,764 15,872 74,499 60, 169 Upper 10,757 60,773 183,850 185,674 Graduate Classroom 2,983 17,696 38,424 39,336 Thesis/Dissertation 210 1,207 2,679 2,846 Total 17,714 95,548 299,452 288,025 FORT MYERS & CONTINUING ED. Lower Upper 471 3,554 7,467 7 821 Graduate Classroom 146 997 1 ,633 2 ,049 Thesis/Dissertation 2 14 11 23 Total 619 4,565 9' 111 9 ,893 LAKELAND & CONTINUING ED. Lower Upper 264 2,924 3,872 3 ,757 Graduate Classroom 82 617 1,017 985 Thesis/Dissertation Total 346 3 541 4,889 4,742 SARASOTA/NEW COLLEGE & CONTINUING ED. Lower 115 2,526 2,057 Upper 799 3,898 14,813 13,236 Graduate Classroom 77 583 839 1,035 Thesis/Dissertation Total 991 4,481 18, 1 78 16,328 ST. PETERSBURG & CONTINUING ED. Lower 26 97 549 378 Upper 970 7,838 15,709 15,260 Graduate Classroom 189 1,524 2,126 2,384 Thesis/Dissertation 1 1 15 24 Total 1, 186 9,460 18,399 18,046 TAMPA & CONTINUING ED. Lower 3,544 12,605 71,424 57,734 Upper 8,253 42,526 141,989 145,600 Graduate Classroom 2,465 13, 183 32,809 32,883 Thesis/Dissertation 208 1, 192 2,653 2,799 Total 14,470 69,506 248,875 239,016 *Includes Fundable PACE Hours generated in Summer 1992 89

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90 University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Tampa Campus by College 1992-93 College Annual FTE Summer SCH Fall SCH Spring SCH Tampa & CED Total Lower 3 ,544 12,605 71,424 57,734 Upper 8 ,253 42,526 141,989 145,600 Graduate Classroom 2,465 13,183 32,809 32,883 Thesis/Dissertation 208 1 192 2 ,653 2 ,799 Total 14,470 69,506 248,875 239,016 Architecture Graduate Classroom 47 231 592 676 Thesis/Dissertati on 6 38 66 84 Total 53 269 658 760 Arts & Sc iences Lower 2 ,641 9 ,237 52,553 43,841 Upper 4,392 18,647 77,390 79,657 Graduate Classroom 927 3,751 12,934 12,988 Thesis/Dissertation 107 542 1,394 1,506 Total 8 ,067 32, 177 144,271 137,992 Business Lower 426 2 ,097 8 ,189 6 ,743 Upper 1 ,396 9,420 23,898 22,536 Graduate C lassroom 447 2 ,611 5,990 5 ,689 Thesi s /Dissertation 9 50 123 113 Total 2 ,278 14, 178 38,200 35,081 Education Lower 134 194 2 ,683 2,471 Upper 1 ,240 7,947 20,564 21, 106 Graduate Classroom 684 4 ,994 8,040 8 ,865 Thesis/Dissertation 42 326 543 489 Total 2, 100 13,461 31 ,830 32, 931

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University of South Florida ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Tampa Campus by College continued 1992-93 College Annual FTE Summer SCH Fall SCH Spring SCH Engineering Lower 69 528 1,206 1 ,017 Upper 778 4 ,860 13,318 12,937 Graduate Classroom 316 1 ,519 4,583 3,998 Thesis/Dissertation 39 231 486 545 Total 1,202 7,138 19,593 18,497 Fine Arts Lower 264 442 6,445 3,662 Upper 411 1 ,628 6 ,264 8,551 Graduate Classroom 44 77 670 667 Thesis/Dissertation 3 5 38 62 Total 722 2 ,152 13,417 12,942 Honors Lower 11 107 348 Upper 35 24 555 813 Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total 46 131 903 813 includes Continuing Education 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 Preliminary Data University of South Florida FALL 1993 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Total University by Campus Fall SCH Campus SARASOTA/NEW COLLEGE 71,363 Lower 189,333 Upper 38,222 Graduate Classroom 2,556 Thesis/Dissertation 301,474 Total ST PETERSBURG Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation 9,323 Total 1,928 PACE** 11 ,251 Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total TAMPA/CED Lower 3,546 Upper 1, 108 Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation 4 ,654 Total Programs for Adult Credit Education (PACE) Summer 1993 fund SCH 92 Fall SCH 3,403 14,798 839 19,040 483 15,832 2,058 21 18,394 48 294 342 67,429 145,540 32,289 2,535 247,793

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College E & G Total Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Architecture Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Arts & Sciences Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Business Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total University of South Florida FALL 1993 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Campuses Fall SCH College Education 71,363 Lower 189,333 Upper 38,222 Graduate Classroom 2,556 Thesis/Dissertation 301,474 Total Engineering 705 Lower 78 Upper 783 Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total 51,993 93,500 Fine Arts 14,463 Lower 1,351 Upper 161,307 Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total 7,662 33,783 Honors 6,447 Lower 65 Upper 47,957 Total Fall SCH 2,933 32,598 11, 141 511 47, 183 1, 186 13,828 4,684 515 20,213 4,004 7,694 782 36 12,516 429 636 1,065 93

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College New College Lower Upper Total PACE** Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Medical Total Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Medicine Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertati on Total Preliminary Data University of South Florida FALL 1 993 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS University by College-All Campuses, continued" Fall SCH College Nursing 3,108 Lower 7,000 Upper 10, 108 Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total 48 294 Public Health 342 Lower Upper Graduate Classroom 693 Thesis/Dissertation 2,204 Total 4,793 253 7,943 UNIVERSITY TOT AL Lower Upper 561 Graduate Classroom 128 Thesis/Dissertation 689 Total Programs for Adult Credit Education (PACE) Summer 1 993 Funded SCH Medical Science 94 Fall SCH 240 2,064 1 .442 27 3,773 453 140 2,790 98 3,481 72,056 191 ,537 43,015 2,809 309.417

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College Tampa & CED Total Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Architecture Lower Upper Total Arts & Sciences Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Business Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Education Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Includes Continuing Education Preliminary Data University of South Florida FALL 1993 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Tampa Campus by College Fall SCH 67,429 145,540 32,289 2 ,535 247,793 705 78 783 51,491 81,255 13, 143 1,330 147,219 7,386 22,287 5,540 65 35,278 2,933 20,921 7,549 511 31,914 College Engineering Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Fine Arts Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Honors Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total PACE Lower Upper Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Total Programs for Adult Credit Education (PACE) Fall 1993 funded SCH Fall SCH++ 1, 186 13,085 4,570 515 19 ,356 4,004 7,434 782 36 12 ,256 429 558 987 48 294 342 95

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ARTS AND SCIENCES Africana Studies American Studies Anthropology Biology Biotechnology Botany Chemistry Classics Clinical Chemistry Communication Criminology Economics English French Geography Geology German Gerontology History Humanities Interdisciplinary Social Studies Interdisciplinary Studies International Studies Italian liberal Studies Mass Communications Mathematics Medical Technology Microbiology Natural Sciences Interdisciplinary Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Russian *In collaboration with the College of Fine Arts University of South Florida BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University Fall 1993 ARTS AND SCIENCES (continued) Social Work Sociology Spanish Women's Studies Zoology BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Accounting Economics Finance General Business Administration Management Information Systems Management Marketing EDUCATION Art Education Behavior Disorders Botany Education Business and Office Education Chemistry Education Distributive Education Elementary Education English Education Foreign Language Education Industrial-Technical Education Mathematics Education Mental Retardation Education Music Education* Physical Education Physics Education Science Education Social Science Education Specific Learning Disabilities 96 EDUCATION (continued) Speech Communication English Education Zoology Education ENGINEERING Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Engineering General Engineering Science Engineering Technology Industrial Engineering Information Systems Mechanical Engineering FINE ARTS Art Dance Music Theater NEW COLLEGE New College Degree NURSING Nursing

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ARCHITECTURE A re hitectu re ARTS AND SCIENCES American Studies Anthropology Applied Anthropology Applied Linguisti cs Audiology Aural Rehabilitation Botany Chemistry Classics Communication Criminology English French Geography Geology Gerontology History Liberal Arts Library and Information Science Linguistics Marine Science Mass Communications Mathematics Microbiology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Public Administration Rehabilitation Counseling Religious Studies Social Work Sociology Spanish Cooperative Program with Florida A & M Cooperative Program with University of Florida University of South Floride MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University Fall 1993 ARTS AND SCIENCES (Continued) SpeechLanguage Pathology Zoology BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Accounting Business Administration (M B.A.) Economics Executive M .B.A. Executive M.B.A. for Physicians Management EDUCATION Adult Education Art Education Behavior Disorders Business and Office Education Counselor Education Distributive and Marketing Education Educational Leadership Elementary Education English Education Foreign Language Gifted Education Industrial-Technical Education Junior College Teaching Mathematics Education Mental Retardation Measurement and Evaluation Motor Disabilities Music Education Physical Education Reading Education School Psychology Includes M E M.S.E. & M.S.E. with Manufacturing Option In Collaboration with College of Education EDUCATION (Continued) Science Education Social Science Education Specific Learning Disabilities Varying Exceptionalities ENGINEERING Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Engineering Engineering Management Engineering Science Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering FINE ARTS Art History Fine Arts Music Music Education MEDICINE Medical Science NURSING Nursing PUBLIC HEAL TH Health Administration Public Health Science in Public Health 97

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DOCTORAL: University of South Florida DOCTORAL, EDUCATION SPECIALIST, & PROFESSIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University ARTS and SCIENCES Applied Anthropology Biology Chemistry Communication English Marine Science Mathematics Philosophy Psychology BUSINESS Business Administration EDUCATION Administration and Supervision Curriculum and Instruction Educational Program Development ENGINEERING Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Science and Engineering Electrical Engineering Engineering Science Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Fall 1993 MEDICINE Medical Science PUBLIC HEAL TH Public Health EDUCATION SPECIALIST: EDUCATION Curriculum and Instruction Educational Administration/Leadership PROFESSIONAL: MEDICINE Medicine SOURCE: USF General Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs -1993-94 98

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University of South Flor ida PROGRAMS ACCREDITED BY OUTSIDE AGENCIES Total University Fall 1993 First Next Program Degree Accrediting Agency Review Review Chemistry B American CHEMICAL Society 1970 No on-site review Clinical Psychology Phd American PSYCHOLOGICAL Assn 1973 1995 librarianship M American LIBRARY Association 1975 1995 Mass Communications BIM Acer Coun on Edu I n JOURNALISM 1976 1995 & MASS COMMUNICATION Medical Technology B AMA Comm on ALLIED HEAL TH Edu & Acer 1968 Stated Intervals Public Administration M Nat Assn of Schs of PUBLIC (MPA) 1988 1994 AFFAIRS & ADMINISTRATION Rehabilitation Counseling M Coun on REHABILITATION Edu 1978 1995 Social Work 8/M Coun on SOCIAL WORK Edu (BSW) 1977 1997 (MSW) 1985 1997 Speech PathologylAudlology M American SPEECH I LANGUAGE / 1981 1999 HEARING Assn Accounting B/M American Assembly Collegiate 1985 1996197 Business B/M Schools of BUSINESS (BS) 1969 1996/97 (MS) 1980 1996/97 Education B/M Nat Coun for Acer of 1989 1995 TEACHER EDUCATION Chemical Engineering B Acer Board for ENGINEERING 1976 TBA Civil Engineering B & TECHNOLOGY 1984 TBA Computer Engineering B 1984 TBA Computer Science B COMPUTER SCIENCE Acer Board 1989 TBA Electrical Engineering B Acer Board for ENGINEERING 1972 TBA Industrial Engineering B & TECHNOLOGY 1973 TBA Mechanical Engineering B 1972 TBA Music Schools BIM Nat Assn Schools of MUSIC 1987 1994 Theatre B Nat Assn Schools of THEATRE 1989 TBA Medicine MD Lia i son Comm on MEDICAL ED 1975 1998/99 Nursing BIM National League for NURSING (BS) 1975 1999 (MS) 1983 1999 Public Health M/D Coun on ED for PUBLIC HEAL TH 1987 1998 Chemistry The curriculum of the baccalaureate program follows the recommendations and guidelines of the American Chemical Soc iety, thus Is accredited by the Society. Chemistry has no on site reviews. Medical Tech Is accredited for hospital internshi p portion of the baccalaureate program. Rev iews are accomplished at stated Intervals through the various hospitals. 99

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College Architecture Arts & Sciences Business Education Engineering Fine Arts New College Medicine Nursing Public Health Total BA/BS Option counted as one program NOTE : Count as of Fall 1993 Bachelors 41 7 20 11 4 85 University of South Florida NUMBER OF DEGREE PROGRAMS 1993-94 Masters 36 6 25 10 4 3 87 100 Specialists PhD/EdD Professional 9 2 3 7 2 22

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College Bachelors Architecture Arts and Sciences 2, 151 Business 1,235 Education 1,035 Engineering 363 Fine Arts 127 New College 106 Medicine Nursing 121 Public Health Total 5, 138 NOTE : Bachelors First major only University of South Florida DEGREES AWARDED Total University by College 1992-93 Masters and EdS 401 267 398 161 27 5 104 65 1,428 PhD 1 st Professional 51 3 34 8 9 96 3 108 96 101

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SCHOLARSHIPS Alumni Scholarships Army ROTC Black Scholars Award Custodial Scholarships Federal Scholarships Freshman Scholars Graduate Council Fellowship Miscellaneous University Scholarships New College Foundation Outside Scholarships Registration Fee Scholarship Selby Scholarships USF Community College Scholarship USF Foundation Scholarship USF National Merit USF Tuition Waivers ST A TE OF FLORIDA SCHOLARSHIP Challenger Astronaut Memorial Scholarship Chappie James Teacher Scholarship Loan Other Florida Scholarships Teacher's Scholarship Loan Undergraduate Scholars University of South Florida STUDENT FINANCIAL AID All Campuses 1992-93 1991-92 Approximate Approximate Number of Amount Students Offered 4,409 $ 7,015,072 1 1 11 ,000 189 319,391 519 537,560 29 121 ,320 87 84,000 95 407,516 384 334,818 153 179,515 611 420,510 236 329,405 50 45,000 56 83,750 384 324,818 61 114,250 1,544 3,702,219 998 2,641,167 4,000 85 295,541 100 273,086 148 530,000 664 1 ,538,540 102 1992-93 Approximate Approximate Number of Amount Students Offered 4,848 $ 8.488, 143 6 6,000 21 168,000 280 320,003 526 576,350 33 71 ,500 73 127,381 56 385,000 361 318,000 230 245,000 573 392, 150 253 380,600 29 34,250 60 88,280 511 420,000 49 181 ,625 1,787 4,774,004 1. 135 2.469,002 99 338,400 200 388,528 59 161 ,043 777 1 ,581,031

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GRANTS Athleti c Grants Fine Arts Talent Grants Florida Student Assistance Grant Graduate Educational Opportunity Grant NonFlorida State Grants Pell Grant Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant USF Alternative Admit. Grants USF Grant LOANS FAST Loans Stafford Loans (GSL) Miscellaneous Medical Loans Perkins Loan (NDSL) PLUS/SLS Loans Private Outside Loans USF Loan STUDENT EMPLOYMENT College Work Study Program OPS -Students Totals SOURCE : Office of Financial Aid 1992/93 Annual Report University of South Flor i da STUDENT FINANCIAL AID All Campuses (continued) 1992-93 1991 -92 Approximate Approximate Number of Amount Students Offered 9 ,254 $13,314,077 169 311,450 131 35,033 1,845 2, 121 ,094 75 297,456 25 14,820 5,244 8,307,457 329 366,592 52 66, 187 1 ,384 1 ,793,988 10, 184 27,138,350 1,505 1 ,315,555 6 ,713 20,625,226 75 236,679 618 1,029,460 1 ,078 3,475, 801 44 140,918 151 314, 711 4 ,763 11,638,721 643 685,320 4 120 10,953,401 29,608 $61 ,747,387 1992-93 Approximate Approximate Number of Amount Students Offered 10,376 $15,027' 133 180 383 ,000 169 99, 139 2 ,366 2,064,670 46 234,716 17 6,545 6, 105 9 ,837,393 287 466,265 50 70,759 1 156 1 ,864,646 11,110 32,896,846 739 917,594 8, 136 25,801,740 74 234,300 541 956,694 1 ,435 4 ,544,000 34 176,999 151 265,519 4,619 13,992, 149 671 972,149 3 ,948 13,020,000 32,088 $72,873,273 103

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Section Ill COURSES E&G Fundable Sections Classroom Utilization

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The University of Sout 11 Florida E & G FUNDABLE SECl!ONS TAMPA FALL 92 (BOT) FALL 93 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels 451 21 80 552 93 645 494 20 74 588 97 685 Upper Levels 1. 141 56 158 1. 355 214 1. 569 1. 220 59 146 1. 425 237 1. 662 Graduate Levels 500 39 9 548 245 793 525 47 6 578 242 820 Total A 11 Levels 2,092 116 247 2,455 552 3,007 2,239 126 226 2,591 576 3. 167 Architecture Lower Levels Uper Levels Graduate Levels 10 4 15 2 17 11 3 15 2 17 Total A 11 Levels 10 4 15 2 17 11 3 15 2 17 Ar ts & Sciences Lower Levels 369 6 66 441 5 446 403 5 61 469 8 477 Upper Levels 597 45 109 751 7 1 822 683 45 94 822 76 898 Gradudte Levels 237 13 4 254 114 368 238 18 1 257 111 368 Total A 11 Levels 1. 203 64 179 1. 446 190 1. 636 1 324 68 156 1. 548 195 1. 743 Lower Levels 24 15 39 39 23 15 38 38 Upper I.eve ls 207 2 209 7 216 203 3 207 6 213 Gradudte Levels 78 4 82 19 101 82 4 86 19 105 Total A I I Levels 309 21 330 26 356 308 22 331 25 356 Euuu; t I 011 Lower Levels 26 13 39 40 33 13 46 1 47 Upper Levels 152 9 3 164 LB 192 154 10 5 169 33 202 Gradudte Levels 95 16 111 45 156 96 18 114 46 160 Total A 11 Levels 273 25 16 314 74 388 283 28 18 329 80 409 Enyi11eer i11g Lower Levels 11 11 1 1 L 11 11 12 Upper Levels 122 40 162 7 169 I 15 41 157 7 164 Gradu
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108 The University of South Floriua E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS TAMPA, continued FALL 92 (BOT) FALL 93 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Undergraduate Studies Lower Levels 4 4 1 5 6 6 7 Upper Levels 7 7 3 l 0 6 6 2 8 Graduate Levels Total A 11 Levels 11 11 4 15 12 12 3 15

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TOTAL Lower Levels Upper Levels Graduate Levels Total Al 1 Levels Arts & Sciences Lower Levels Upper Levels Graduate Levels Total All Levels Business Lower Leve Is Upper-Levels Gr-adudte Leve Is Total All Levuls Erlucat ion Lower Lev.,ls Upper Leve Is Graduate Levels Total Al 1 Levels Engineering LowerLev'=' Is Upper Levels Gr aduate Levels Total All Levels Fine Arts Lower Levels Upper Levels Graduate Levels Total Al 1 Levels The University of South Florida E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS FALL 92 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal 64 29 93 16 8 24 20 5 25 27 15 42 4 5 1 2 3 3 65 33 98 17 9 26 20 5 25 27 18 45 FT. MYERS Other 7 5 12 1 2 3 4 5 1 6 Total 72 38 110 18 10 28 21 8 29 32 19 51 FALL 93 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal tl8 28 116 30 9 39 24 4 28 34 15 49 4 4 3 3 88 32 120 30 9 39 24 5 29 34 18 52 Other Total 14 102 3 35 17 137 3 33 1 10 4 43 3 27 6 4 33 8 42 1 19 9 61 109

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The University of South Florida llO E & G FUNDABLE SEC f IONS SARASOTA FALL 92 (BOT) FALL 93 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels 3 3 3 6 5 2 7 3 10 Upper Levels 87 2 89 25 114 95 2 98 30 128 Graduate Levels 28 28 8 36 27 1 28 6 34 Total A 11 Levels 118 2 120 36 156 127 2 4 133 39 172 Arts & Sciences Lower Leve 1 s 3 3 3 4 2 6 6 Upper Levels 29 29 3 n 33 2 36 6 42 Grac.Judte Leve I,; 8 8 4 1 2 11 11 3 14 Total All Levels 40 40 7 47 48 4 b3 9 62 Business Lower Levels Upper Levels 23 23 4 'L7 :15 25 2 27 Graduate Leve Is 2 2 2 4 4 4 Total A 1 I Leve 1 s 25 25 4 29 29 29 2 31 EduLat ion Lower Leve Is Upper Levels 25 26 8 34 26 2 6 10 36 Graduate Lev
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The University of Soutt1 FI or ida E & G FUNDAB L E SEC TIONS ST. PETERS BURG FALL 92 (BOT) FALL 93 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Lllscuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower-Levels 6 6 6 5 5 5 Upper Levels 14B 2 150 21 171 lbO 4 155 24 179 Graduate Levels 42 1 43 20 63 46 4 50 16 66 Total A 11 Levels 196 3 199 41 240 201 8 210 40 250 Arts & Sciences Lower Levels 3 3 3 2 2 2 Upper Levels 51 52 9 61 62 1 64 10 74 Graduate Levels 21 21 14 35 21 2 23 10 33 Total A 11 Levels 75 76 23 99 85 3 89 20 109 Business Lower I eve Is 2 2 2 3 3 3 Upper Levels 55 56 2 58 51 52 3 55 Gradudte Lev., ls 7 7 1 8 9 9 1 10 Total A 11 Levels 64 65 3 68 63 64 4 68 E:ijucat ion Lower Levels Upper Levels 35 35 10 45 32 32 10 42 Gradudte Levels 14 15 5 20 16 2 18 5 23 Total A 11 Levels 49 50 15 65 48 2 50 15 65 E:rig i 11eer i 11y Lower Levels Uper Levels 5 5 5 2 2 2 Graduate Lev .. Is Total A 11 Levels 5 5 5 2 2 2 Fine Arts Lower Levels 1 1 1 Upper Levels 2 2 2 3 3 4 Graduate Levels Total A 1 I Levels 3 3 3 3 3 4 Undergraduate Studies Lower Levels Upper Levels 2 2 2 Graduate Levels Total A 11 Levels 2 2 2 111

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The University of South Florida 112 E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS LAKELAND FALL 92 (BOT) FALL 93 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total CldSS Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels Upper Levels 57 57 1 I 74 62 l 3 66 l 7 83 Graduate Levels 42 43 43 32 2 34 1 35 Total A 11 Levels 99 100 17 117 94 3 3 100 18 118 Arts & Sciences Lower Levels Upper Levels 26 26 7 33 30 1 2 33 8 41 Graduate Levels 7 8 8 5 2 7 1 8 Total A 1 I Levels 33 34 7 41 35 3 2 40 9 49 81Jsiness, Lower Levels Upper Levels 5 5 5 5 5 5 Gradudte Levels Total A 1 I Levels 5 5 5 5 5 5 Education Lower levels Upper Levels 18 18 8 26 15 15 6 21 Graduate Levels 18 18 18 12 1 2 1 2 Total Al 1 Levels 36 36 8 44 27 27 6 33 Enyineering Lower Levels Upper Levels 8 8 8 1 2 13 14 Gradudte Levels 17 1 7 17 15 15 15 Total A 1 1 Levels 25 25 25 27 28 29 f-i ne Arts lower l eve Is Upper Levels 2 2 2 2 Graduate Levels Total Al 1 Levels 2 2 2 2

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The University of Sou t 1 1 Florida E & G FUNDABL.E SECTIONS OFF CAMPUS FALL 92 (BOT) FALL 93 (BOT) Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Tote; I C I c'ISS Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOIAL Lower Levels Upper Levels 4 1 5 3 B 11 11 4 15 Graduate Levels 71 1 72 11 83 79 2 81 6 87 Total A 11 Levels 75 2 77 14 91 90 2 92 10 102 Arts 8. Sciences I ower Levels Upper Lt!ve Is 2 2 2 Graduote L.tive Is 8 8 2 10 B 9 2 11 Total A 11 Levt!1S B B 2 10 10 11 2 13 E'duLdlio11 Lower l t!Vt! Is Upper Levels 2 3 3 6 6 6 4 10 Gradudte Lt!Vt! Is 32 I 33 3 36 35 36 1 37 Total A 11 Lt!V" 1 s 34 2 36 6 42 41 42 5 47 Engineering Lower Levels Upper Levels 2 2 2 3 3 3 Graduate Levels 31 31 6 j] 36 36 3 39 Total A 11 Levels 33 33 6 39 39 39 3 42 113

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NUMBER Seminar (0-25 cap) University Average : Tampa 16 Ft. Myers 0 Sarasota* 13 St. Petersburg 3 Lakeland 10 University of South Florida ROOM UTILIZATION Fall 1992 OF CLASSROOMS General Lecture Classroom (26-99 cap) (100 + cap) Room Utilization 54% 123 17 70% 19 27% 15 28% 31 0 33% 10 0 34% Does not include New College courses. NUMBER OF TEACHING LABS Teaching Lab Room Utilization 111 % 121 14% 0 5 0% 8% 4 39% NOTE: Room utilization denotes a percentage of the state utilization standard achieved (the current state standard is 58.5 hours of use per week). It answers the question : To what extent throughout the week do we use our rooms compared to their maximum use? SOURCE: RAP/B5BA4USEOO -4.A. & 5.A. 114

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20 18 16 14 'E 12 10 cf 8 6 4 2 0 20 18 16 14 c 12 10 ..... Q) 8 Q.. 6 4 2 0 Source: ---_,.,,.,.,,--I I I I 'BAM 9AM '10AM 11AM '8AM '9AM '10AM '11AM -II-FT MYERS RAP/858A4USE00-2 .A. University of South Florida CLASSROOM SCHEDULING PATTERNS Weekly Sections by Hours Fall 1992 Tampa Campus -----,.-/ / / -/ --I I I I I 12PM 1PM 2PM 3PM 4PM 5PM Regional Campuses '12PM '1PM '2PM '3PM '4PM '5PM -LAKELAND .......,__ SARASOTA _.. '\. '\. '\. '\_ --....... """ ----.. I I I I '6PM '?PM '8PM '9PM '6PM '7PM '8PM 9PM -+-ST. PETE 115

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Tampa Architecture 57% Arts & Sciences 72% Business 43% Education 71% Engineering 54% Fine Arts 21% Nursing 40% Public Health 79% Campus Total 56% *Does not include New College courses University of South Florida STATION UTILIZATION by College within Campus Fall 1992 Ft. Myers Sarasota* 63% 71% 49% 80% 72% 69% 63% 77% 64% 110% 61% 72% St. Petersburg Lakeland 87% 54% 100% 107% 87% 97% 33% 21% 91% 71% NOTE: Station utilization denotes funded course enrollment as a percentage of capacity. It answers the question: How well are we filling our instructional rooms when we use them 7 SOURCE: RAP/85BA4USE00 3 A. & 3 C 116

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Section IV FACULTY & STAFF Employee Headcount Instructional Personnel Non-Instructional Personnel

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The University of South Florida EMPLOYEE HEADCOUNT Tota l University Fa 11 199 3 Part time Exec/ Prof Clerk/ Servi Full time Part time F T E Male Female A dm/M a n Faculty Non-Fae Tech Ma Int Student Total TOTA L UNIVERSITY 4 494 5,411 805.61 4,976 4 ,929 537 3,413 1. 508 2,499 389 1. 559 9,905 A dm in & Prof 454 13 7.0 3 232 235 205 262 467 Univ Support Pers 2,238 90 48.27 786 1 ,542 450 1. 489 389 2,328 Faculty 1. 723 200 81. 40 1. 3 0 7 616 128 1. 532 263 1. 923 Lib1arians 54 2 1. 25 11 4 5 4 3 49 56 Adjuncts 18 472 138.25 264 226 490 490 Gr-ad Assistants 7 1 175 529.41 634 548 1. 182 1. 182 Univ Suort/OPS 1. 010 422 588 I, 010 1. 010 0 the r 890 599 291 200 206 484 890 Subtotal 4,494 3,852 805.61 4,255 4,091 537 3,41 3 1. 508 2,499 389 8,346 Stucle11t Assistants 1. 232 607 625 1. 232 1 23 2 c w s p 327 1 1 4 213 327 327 Subtotal 1. 559 721 838 1. 559 1. 559 orHcR G1a
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The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAi FACULTY Total University Fall 1993 Protessor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer 1 IEADCOUN T 500 369 347 45 <..u11tr act Months 323 275 186 12 1 2 Co11tract Months 177 94 161 33 U ttie r Contract Months Male 437 273 202 17 fer11a I e 63 96 145 28 l:Jlad<, Non Hispanic 5 21 21 3 American Indian 3 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 23 1 2 30 Hispanic 10 9 19 4 Wll i te, Nun Hispanic 459 327 276 38 Mean Aye 55 49 40 44 Mt::::d11 t:xper i ence USF 16 14 4 6 Bachelor s 4 6 5 5 Masters 26 42 58 29 Professional 72 42 93 5 Doctorate 398 279 1 9 1 6 lenured 470 319 1 2 Tenure-Track 20 36 262 Non-lenure Track 10 14 73 45 Not Al icable NOTE: lnstructional faculty= Faculty positions with class codes which r eflect a major assignment at instruction, including release tirne fur researct1. Includes faculty on u1 sablH:ttical and their visiti11y replace11H:11ts 44 24 20 23 :.! 1 4 3 37 48 8 8 28 8 44 120 Total 1 305 820 485 952 353 54 4 65 45 1. 137 49 1 2 28 183 21 2 882 801 318 186

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Professor Architecture Arts & Sciences 202 Bu&lness 41 Education 56 Enylneeriny 33 Fine Art & 25 New Co I I eye 16 U t11er-3 FMtl! 7 Medicine 102 Nursing 3 Pub I I c Health 12 ft. Myers 3 Lakeland Sarasota/New College 19 st. Petersburg 15 Tampa 463 The University ot Soutt1 floriua FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University, continued Fa! 1 1993 Associate Assistant Instructor 3 140 77 10 41 23 9 38 36 6 25 21 28 15 1 7 11 4 4 7 10 9 52 123 6 5 14 5 8 11 8 7 3 22 14 2 13 9 326 314 42 Lecturer Total 4 7 436 14 128 2 138 3 82 2 70 46 b 24 9 36 283 27 31 20 3 2 59 4 41 37 1. 182 121

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Fe111a I e Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander f1 i span i c White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean EKperienc e USF Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable Professor The University of Soutt1 F l o 1 iud FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Architecture -Al I Campuses Fall 1993 Associate Assistant 3 3 3 2 34 41 5 3 3 3 Instructor Lecturer Total 4 4 4 3 40 4 3 1 3 122

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Professor HEADCOUNT 202 9 Co11t1 -ac t Months 176 12 Contract Months 26 Other Contract Months Male 175 Fema I e 27 Black, Non-Hispanic 4 American Indian 2 Asian, Pacific Islander 10 Hispanic 4 White, Non-Hispanic 182 Mean Age 56 Mean t.xperience USF 20 Bachelors 2 Masters 3 Professional Doctorate 197 Tenured 199 Tenure-Track 3 Nun-Tenure Track Nol Aplicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACU LTY Arts & Sciences -Al I Campuses Fall 1993 Associate Assistant Instructor 140 77 10 132 77 3 B 99 39 3 41 38 7 8 8 6 B 5 5 1 121 56 9 50 40 42 16 4 6 2 1 10 11 9 1 130 63 132 4 7 73 10 Lecturer Total 7 436 5 393 2 43 5 321 2 115 2 1 2 24 16 373 51 51 13 15 5 5 38 I 2 392 335 83 7 18 123

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Professor HEADCOUNT 41 9 Contract Months 34 1 2 Contract Months 7 Other Contrac t Months Mille 38 fema 1 e 3 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hlspiinic White, Non-Hispanic 41 Mean Age 51 Mean Experience USF 14 Bac.r1e l 01 s Maste1 s 2 Professional Doctorate 39 T
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Professor HEADCOUNT 56 9 Contract Months 50 I 2 Contract Months 6 Other Contract Months Male 41 Fe111a I e 15 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 54 Mean Age 57 Mtlan Experience USF 20 Bache I or s Masters Professional Doctorate 56 l enu re(j 51 Ten u r e -T -a ck 4 No11-Te11u1 e Track Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Education -Al I la111puses Fal 1 1993 Assoc1ate Assistant Instructor 38 36 6 36 36 5 2 1 22 10 2 16 26 4 3 5 3 2 35 29 3 52 43 51 14 4 9 1 3 12 5 34 24 3D 1 8 35 6 Lecturer Total 2 138 2 129 9 75 2 63 1 2 1 2 2 123 57 51 7 13 1 21 116 82 47 2 9 125

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Professor HEADCOUNT 33 9 Contract Months 26 12 Contract Munths 7 Ott1er Contract Months Male 33 Fema I e BlaLk, Non-Hispanic American Indian 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 6 H1spa11ic 4 White, Non-Hispanic 22 Mean Aye 54 Mean Experience USF 14 Bachelors Masters Professional D octorate 32 l t:!nu1 et1 33 Tenur e -Ir ack Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Engineering -Al I Campuses Fall 1993 Associate Ass 1st ant 25 21 24 21 24 18 3 4 6 2 18 15 42 38 9 5 4 3 21 18 22 3 3 18 Instructor 126 Lecturer Total 3 82 2 73 9 2 77 5 lti 1 7 2 57 51 46 14 10 2 10 72 58 21 3 3

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Professor HEADCOUNT 25 9 Contract Months 21 12 Con tr-act Months 4 Other Contract Months Male 20 Female 5 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 25 Mean Age 54 Mean Exer-ience USF 21 Bactle I ors 2 Masters 17 Professional 1 Doctorate 5 Tenured 25 Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Fine Arts Al I Campuses Fall 1993 Associate Assistant 28 15 24 15 4 19 9 9 6 2 2 26 13 47 36 14 4 5 2 14 10 1 8 3 25 3 14 Instructor Lecturer Total 2 70 61 9 49 2 1 5 65 49 48 14 14 9 2 43 2 16 51 17 2 2 127

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Professor HE:AOCOUNT 16 9 Contract Months 16 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male 14 Female 2 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 15 Mean Age 55 Mt=a11 Experienc e USF 16 Bacl1e 1 ors Masters Professional Doctorate 16 f t!ll u r t!U 16 ] 011UI e -f I d C k No11 -Tenur e Tr ack Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY New College Fal 1 1993 Associate Assistant Instructor -------17 11 17 11 10 7 7 4 1 16 11 46 38 34 12 3 3 2 14 9 17 11 128 Lecturer Total 46 46 31 15 44 71 48 1 B 11 1 6 39 33 11 2

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P rofessor HEADCOUNT 3 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months 3 Other Contract Months Male 3 Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 3 Mean Aye 56 Mean Experience USF 16 Bachelors Masters Professio11al Doctorate 2 Tenureu 3 lenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Other -Al 1 Campuses Fall 1993 Associate Assistant Instructor 4 4 7 1 3 3 7 4 3 3 1 4 2 4 4 5 56 42 43 20 3 7 2 4 2 3 3 3 3 7 Lectur e r Total 6 24 4 6 20 3 16 3 8 2 6 22 39 46 4 9 4 4 2 10 10 6 4 6 14 129

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Professor HEADCOUNT 7 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months 7 Other Contract Months Male 6 Female 1 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 7 Mean Age 49 Mean Experience USF 8 Bache I or s Masters Professional 1 Doctorate 6 l e11u1 ed 7 Te11ur e f1 a c k No11 -Tenure Track Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Florida Mental Health Institute Fall 1993 Associate Assistant Instructor 10 9 10 9 8 6 2 3 3 1 9 6 43 38 40 7 6 1 2 1 9 8 6 2 6 2 3 130 Lecturer Total 9 36 9 36 4 24 5 12 2 5 1 7 30 43 43 4 6 3 3 5 7 2 24 13 8 9 15

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Professor HEADCOUNT 102 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Mont t i s 102 Other Contract Months Male 96 Fema I e 6 l:l I ack, Non-Hispanic A111eri c.an Indian Asian, Pacific Islander 5 1-tispanic 2 White, Non-Hispanic 95 Mean Aye 55 Mean Experience USF 11 Bact1e 1 ors Masters 2 Professional 67 Doctorate 33 Tenureu 83 Tenure-r1ack 10 Non-Tenure Track 9 Not Applicable The Un iversity of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Medicine Fall 1993 Associate Assistant Instructor 52 123 6 52 123 6 44 83 4 8 40 2 2 2 1 2 9 10 1 48 101 5 46 39 39 10 3 3 1 4 36 92 5 15 27 32 1 9 56 11 66 6 Lecturer Total 283 283 227 56 4 1 16 13 249 '45 7 7 200 75 116 75 92 131

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Professor HEADCOUNT 3 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months 3 Other Contract Months Ma It! Fe111a I e 3 t:l I ack, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian. Pdcif ic Islander I-ii span i c White, Non-Hispanic 3 Mean Aye 55 Mean Experience USF 10 tldL11t! l or s Master s Professional Doctorate 3 I t!l>ur -t!LI 3 1er1ure-Trac k Non-Tenur e Track Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Nursing Al I Campuses Fall 1993 Associate Assistant Instructor 5 14 5 5 14 5 5 14 5 4 14 5 54 49 51 14 5 4 4 4 4 10 4 14 5 132 Lecturer Total 27 27 27 26 51 7 9 18 7 15 5

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Professor HEADCOUNT 12 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months 12 Other Contract Months Mal& 11 Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian A5ian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 12 Mean A!,Je 51 Mean Experience USF 7 Bachelors Master s Professional 3 Doctorate 9 Tenured 11 Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Public Health Al 1 Campuses Fall 1993 Associate Assistant 8 11 8 11 5 8 3 3 4 1 8 6 46 42 7 4 1 7 1 D 6 2 8 3 Instructor Lecturer Total 31 31 24 7 4 1 26 47 6 4 26 1 7 11 3 133

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Professor HEADCOUNT 3 9 Contract Months 3 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Mal" 2 Female 1 Black. Non-Hispanic American Indian A!> i an, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 3 Mean Aye 55 Mean Eperience USF 12 Bact1e I ors Masters Professional Doctorate 3 le11urt:d 3 lenur e-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable *B<>seu on campus of main pay account The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Ft. Myers* Fall 1993 Associate Assistant Instructor 8 7 8 7 5 3 3 4 7 7 53 45 29 11 5 4 2 B 5 7 1 6 NOTE: lncludes faculty 011 leave or sabbatical and ecludes their visitiny replacements 134 Lecturer Total 20 19 1 12 8 19 60 '50 4 9 3 17 11 7 2

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mt:Hill Aye Mean Experience USF Bachelors Masters Professional Professor The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Associate Lakeland* Fall 1993 Assistant 3 3 2 1 3 44 3 Instructor Doctorate 2 Te11u1 ed Tenure-Track 3 Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable Based on campus of main pay account NOTE: Includes faculty on leave or sabt,atical and excludes their visitiny relacernents Lecturer Total 3 3 2 1 3 44 3 2 3 135

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Professor HEAUCOUNT 19 9 Contract Months 19 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male 16 Female 3 1::11 ack, Nun-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 18 Aye 57 Mean Experience USF 16 Hdct1e I ors Masters Professional Doctorate 19 lenured 19 T enu re-T r -ac k Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable Based on campus of main pay account The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Sarasota/New College* Fall 1993 Associate Assistant Instructor 22 14 2 22 14 2 14 9 8 5 2 2 20 14 47 39 40 12 2 3 3 2 19 11 2 1 14 2 NOTE: Includes f=aculty on lea"'e or sabbatical and excludes their visitir1y 1elace111e1 1ts 136 Lecturer Total 2 59 2 59 40 19 1 2 2 55 7 2 49 15 11 1 8 50 40 14 2 5

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Professor HEADCOUNT 15 9 Contract Months 15 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male 13 Female 2 Black, Nun-Hispanic Amert can Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 15 Mean Age 53 Mean Experience USF 16 Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate 15 Tenured 14 Tenure-Track 1 Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable *Based on campus of main pay account The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Associate 13 13 10 3 12 54 1 7 3 10 1 2 1 St. Petersburg* Fall 1993 Assistant 9 9 3 6 8 40 3 8 9 Instructor NOTE: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and ecludes their visiting relaLements Lecturer Total 4 41 4 41 3 29 1 1 2 2 4 39 61 51 15 13 2 6 2 35 26 11 4 4 137

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Professor HEADCOUNT 463 9 Contract Months 286 12 Contract Months 177 Other Contrac;t Months Male 406 Female 57 BI d CK, Non -t1 i span i c 5 American Indian 3 A&ian, Pacific Islander 22 Hispanic 10 White, Non-Hispanic 423 Mean Aye 55 Mean Experi ence USF 16 Bachelors 4 Masters 26 Professional 72 Doctorate 361 Tenured 434 Tenure-Track 19 Non-Tenure Track 10 Not Applicable on carnpus of main pay accourtt The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Tampa Fall 1993 Associate Assistant Instructor 326 314 42 232 153 10 94 161 32 244 185 16 82 129 26 19 20 2 1 12 30 7 19 4 288 244 36 49 40 44 14 4 6 6 5 5 36 51 2 6 42 93 5 242 165 6 279 11 34 230 l 3 73 42 NOTE: Includes Facultv on leave or sabbatical and excludes visitiny replaceinents 138 Lecturer Total 37 1. 182 1 7 698 20 484 18 869 19 313 4 50 4 64 3 43 30 1. 021 45 48 7 1 2 7 27 26 165 212 4 778 724 283 37 175

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The University of South Florida PART-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University Fall 1993 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer HEADCOUNT 38 40 62 8 9 Contract Months 6 2 3 4 12 Contract Months 32 38 59 4 Other Contract Months Male 35 36 46 1 Female 3 4 16 7 Black, Non -Hispanic 2 American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander 2 3 2 Hispanic 1 4 White, Non -Hispanic 36 36 54 8 Mean Age 60 48 40 50 Mean t:.xperience USF 11 8 5 11 Bact1e I ors 1 1 Masters 2 1 6 Professional 27 33 51 Doctorate 8 6 10 Tenured 20 16 Tenure-Track 4 6 26 Non-Tenure rrack 14 18 36 8 Not Applicable NUlE: Instructional faculty= Faculty positions with class codes whic h reflect a major assignment of instruction, including release time tor research. Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements 3 2 1 2 3 50 10 2 3 Total 151 17 134 119 32 2 7 5 137 48 8 5 9 111 26 36 36 79 139

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Professor Associate Headcount FTE Headcount FTE TOTAL UNIVERSITY 38 13.34 40 17.02 Architecture Arts & Sc.tences 0.50 Business Education 2 1 .45 Engineering Fine Arts 2 0 .80 2 1. 33 New College 2 1. 14 Other FMHI 0.50 Medicine 30 8.95 37 15. 19 Nursing Pub 1 i c Hea I th 0 .50 Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota/New College 2 1 14 St. Petersburg Tam a 36 12.20 40 17.02 The University of South Florida PART-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University, continued Fall 1993 Assistant Instructor Headcount FTE Headcount 62 21. 48 8 2 0.68 0.33 4 0 .50 0.50 57 19.47 3 0 .33 61 21 15 8 FTE 3.80 2.25 0 .50 1. 05 3 .80 140 Lecturer Total Headcount FTE Headcount FTE 3 1. 75 151 57.39 3 1. 18 7 4.03 0 .50 0.50 0.75 6 3.38 2 1 14 0.50 0 .50 3 1 50 127 44.66 0.50 3 1 4 7 3 1 .75 148 55.92

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Professor HEADCOUNT 17 9 Contract Months 1 2 Contract Months Other Contract Months 17 Male 16 Female 1 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non--H i span 1 c 16 Mean Age 60 Mean Experience USF 9 Bachelors 3 Master s 1 Professional Doctorate 13 Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track 17 Not Applicable The University of South Florida ADJUNCT FACULTY Total University Fall 1993 Associate Assistant 9 23 9 23 6 10 3 13 1 8 2 1 62 42 10 4 4 5 1 3 4 11 9 23 Instructor 341 341 170 171 11 2 9 19 300 45 86 155 20 BO 341 Lecturer Total 100 490 100 490 62 264 38 226 2 15 1 3 10 1 21 96 441 50 .47 18 111 50 215 6 30 26 134 100 490 141

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Professor Associate Headcount FTE FTE TOTAL UNIVERSITY 17 9.00 9 6 12 Ar ct1 I tee tu re Ar t s & Sciences 1 4 2 .68 2 1. 50 Business 4 1. 85 0 18 E.duca t I on 2 0.68 3 2.54 Engineering 1 00 Fine Arts 2 1 26 0 .50 New Lo I 1 ege 0.90 Other 3 0 .63 FMHI Medicine 2 1. 40 Nur s i ng Pub 1 i c Health Ft. Myers Lakeland 0 13 Sarasota/New College 2 1 40 St. Petersburg 0. 18 Tampa 14 7.47 8 5 .94 The University of South Florida ADJUNCT FACULTY Total University, continued Fall 1993 Assistant lnstrui;tor Headcount FTE Headcount FTE 23 9.33 341 102.57 2 0.48 3 0.78 13 4.95 134 43.64 41 11. 78 93 28.31 2 0.77 12 4.97 0.48 27 6. 12 0.25 28 6.23 4 2 .40 0.25 2 0 .49 41 9 76 17 3.85 17 3.55 34 7 .92 23 9.33 232 77.49 142 Lecturer Total Headcount FTE FTE 100 29.23 490 156.25 5 1. 26 62 19.56 215 72.33 10 2. 16 56 15.97 12 2 .25 110 33.78 8 1 .91 23 8.65 4 1 34 35 9.70 0. 18 3 I 33 3 1. 83 34 8 .69 6 3 .80 3 0.74 6 I. 32 47 11. OB 2 1 40 20 5.38 14 3. 18 33 8. 13 19 4.53 54 12.63 59 18.80 336 119. 03

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Research Associat .. Hl:AUCOUNT 110 9 Cun l 1 ac. t Months 12 Contract Months 110 Ottier Contract Months Male 53 Fe111at" 57 BI ack. Non-Hispanic 5 American Indian 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 18 Hispanic 3 White, Non-Hispanic 83 Mean Age 31 Mean Experience USF 2 Bacr1" l ors 109 Masteo s 1 Professional Doctorate tenured 1 enur e-Tra<..k Non-Tenure T1-ack Not Applicable 110 The University uf F lu1 ida GRADUATE Research Total U11lvers\ty Fall 1993 leaUi111u Assistanl Assoclatu -------228 68 228 68 139 42 89 26 18 2 l 41 4 14 2 155 59 28 jj 2 3 227 bU 8 228 6 8 r eact1 Ing Assistant 403 403 2 I 1 Hl2 13 1 37 21 331 32 398 5 403 Graduate Assistant Total 373 1. 182 373 1. 182 189 634 184 548 22 60 1 4 87 187 22 62 741 869 31 3 1 368 1. 162 5 20 373 1 182 143

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144 The University of South Florida GRADUATE ASSISTANTS Total University, continued Fa 11 1993 Research Research Teaching Teaching Graduate Associate Assistant Associate Assistant Assistant Total Headcount FTE Headcount FTE Headcount FTE Headcount FTE Headcount FTE Headcount FTE TOTAL UNIVERSITY 110 51. 89 228 108.54 68 32.81 403 180.50 373 162.67 1' 182 536.41 Archi tecturH 2 1. 00 1 2 4 .25 14 5.25 Arts & Sciences 47 23. 17 92 44. 15 51 25.07 274 128. 14 130 57.54 594 278.07 Business 22 9.40 6 2 .70 5 1. 64 29 14.47 20 9.60 82 37.81 Educ at I 011 30 14.20 4 2 15 5 2.85 19 8 .60 39 17. 02 97 44.82 Engineering 2 0.87 84 38.43 4 1 75 42 18.35 52 20.98 184 80.38 Fine Arts 34 8 .94 5 1 31 39 10.25 New Co 1 1 eyt Other 4 2 18 0 .50 40 1 7 6 1 45 20.29 FMHI 4 2.00 15 7 .50 0 .50 4 2.00 2 4 12.00 Medic i11e 3 1. 50 12 6 .00 53 2 4 .53 68 32.03 N ursing 0 .25 3 1 00 4 1 25 Pub 1 i c Hea 1th 2 0 .75 10 5 18 0 .50 18 7. !l3 31 14.26 Ft. Mye r s Lakeland 0 18 0 18 Sarai.a ta/ New College 4 2.25 4 2 .25 S t Petersburg 21 10.65 24 12.00 8 3.50 3 1. 2 5 56 27.40 Tampa 89 41. 24 203 96.36 68 32.81 391 174.75 370 161. 42 1' 121 506.58

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The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION* Professor Architecture Minimum $ Median Mean Maximum Arts 8. Sciences Minimum 39,690 51. 361 Mean 55,315 Maximum 114. 138 Business Minimum 53. 194 Median 65. 126 Mean 69. 170 Maximum 104, 730 Education Minimum 40,542 Median 50,393 Mean 51. 090 Maxi rnurn 70,687 Engineering Minimum 52,274 Median 64. 211 Mean 65,661 Maximum 88,097 Fine Arts Minimum 38,673 Median 46,764 Mean 47,064 Maximum 66,232 *Excludes non-tenure earning instructional faculty Total University -9 Month Basis Fall 1993 Associate Assistant Instructor $ 44, 150 $ 31. 315 $ 44. 150 33,276 44. 150 32,698 44. 150 33,504 30,417 25,704 36,878 33,500 37,865 33,892 54,000 45,875 41. 270 38. 162 48,684 52,459 49,383 52,360 60,968 66,404 33. 162 31. 300 39. 150 35,000 40,202 35,460 49,587 43. 190 41. 807 34,606 48,688 43,324 49,239 43,513 61. 672 49,436 30,386 26,228 35. 153 29,448 36,628 29,256 50,565 34. 196 Lecturer Total $ $ 31. 315 33,390 35,561 44. 150 25,704 42,971 114. 138 38. 162 56,773 57,762 104,730 31. 300 41. 824 43,521 70,687 34,606 50,537 54,289 88,097 26,228 37,593 38,838 66,232 145

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New Co 1 1 ege Minimum Median Mean Maximum FMHI Minimum Median Mean Maximum Medic i11e Minimum Median Mean Maximum Nursing Minimum Median Mean Maximum Pub 1 i c Health Minimum Median Mean Maximum Total University Minimum Median Mean MaAirnurn The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION Professor ----$ 42. 569 48. 120 50,361 60,511 48,541 60,305 62,679 94. 382 40,371 75,249 76. 377 131. 931 48,505 51. 912 51. 029 52,672 49,570 68,930 67,680 89,099 38,673 55,884 60,313 131'931 Total University 9 Month Basis, continued Fall 1993 Associate Assistant Instructor $ 30,920 $ 28,200 $ 36,360 31. 000 36,745 31. 088 41. 484 35,000 32,008 30,317 37,837 32,465 42,825 32,823 71. 842 37. 127 22,085 32,728 49,999 48,781 53. 169 48,359 76,740 69,641 38,329 36,313 42,062 37,668 43,550 37,803 50,055 39,270 42,035 33,800 49,068 41'626 51. 347 42,876 70,454 58,763 22,085 25,704 40,750 36,638 42,427 39,516 76,740 69,641 *Excludes non-tenure earning instructional faculty 146 Lecturer Total $ $ 28,200 37,610 40,047 60. 511 30,317 38,279 46,585 94,382 22,085 60,252 62,526 131. 931 36,313 38,327 40,913 52. 612 33,800 53,850 55,926 89,099 22,085 45,790 4 9,453 131'931

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The University of South Florida FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION* Professor Total University, excluding Medicine Minimum $ 38,673 Median 53,107 Mean 56,762 Maximum 114,138 Total University 9 Month Basis, continued Fall 1993 Associate $ 30,386 39,291 41'007 71. 842 Assistant $ 25,704 35,000 37' 161 66,404 Instructor $ *Excludes non-tenure earning instructional faculty Lecturer $ Total $ 25,704 44' 199 46,818 114. 138 147

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148 The University of South Florida DISTRIBUTION OF CREDIT HOURS BY INSTRUCTOR TYPE Total University by College 92 -93 Full-Time Part-time Full-time Other C u I I ege Graduate Non-Instructional Instructional Instr-uct lunal Teaching l eve I Adjuncts Assistants Faculty Faculty Faculty Status Total -------Architecture l.uwer -% -% -% -% -% -% -% Upper Gradu .. t .. 19.2 2. 1 0 8 65. 1 1 2 B 100. 0 Total 19. 2 2 1 0.8 65. 1 1 2 B 100. 0 A r l::. & Sciences L uwtir 22.0 32. 8 1. 3 1 1 40. 6 2 2 100. 0 Upper 13. 8 12. 1 0 8 1 1 68. 6 3 5 100. 0 G r a dlldle 12.B 0.3 1. 7 1 4 8 0 7 3 2 100. 0 Total 16.2 17. 1 1 1 1 1 6 1 4 3 1 100. 0 l 1Jwer 7 3 5.3 3 5 83. 3 0 6 100. 0 Upper 9.4 4.3 1. 1 0 3 83. 6 1 2 100. 0 Grar1lJd t u 2 7 0.4 0 0 94.9 2. 1 100. 0 Total 8 1 3 9 O.B 0.8 85.2 1 3 100. 0 t..d1J1 .. a t i 011 l uw e r 53. 9 13. 0 22.9 10. 3 IUU.O 25.2 5 5 0.6 1. 8 64.9 2.0 100.0 Grad11alc 16.6 0 2 2.2 1 9 76.f> 2.5 100. 0 Total 23. B 3 6 1 6 1 7 66. 6 2.6 100.0 t nu i nee r i ll\J Lower 11 6 15. 0 33.5 9 4 2 7 3 3.2 1 0 0 0 l ipper 12. 3 5 2 5 1 0 1 6 9.6 7 7 100. 0 Grad .. ate 10. 8 1. 3 0 9 0 5 85.3 1 2 100.0 Total 11 9 4 8 6 7 0.7 7 1 1 5.8 100.0

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The University of South Florida DISTRIBUTION OF CREDIT HOURS BY INSTRUCTOR TYPE Total University by College, continued g2 -g3 Full-Time Part-time Full-ti me Other Cull i;ye Graduate Non-Instructional Instructional Instructional Teaching Level Adjuncts Assistants Faculty Faculty Faculty Status Total ---f' i 11e A1 ts Lower 10. 5% 15. 9% -% 2.5% 68. 5% 2.5% 100. 0% Upper 12. 0 14. 2 1 .9 65. 8 6 0 100. 0 Graduate 6.6 2 8 85. 5 5 0 100.0 Total 11. 2 14.0 2.2 67. 9 4.7 100. 0 Nt!W C u I l eyt! I.ow er 42.9 57. 1 100. () Upper 45.9 54. 1 100.0 Gradud l e Total 45.2 54. 8 100.0 0lI1t.! I L 14. 0 63. 1 22.9 1 oo n ll ppe 1 32. 1 50.6 17.3 100. 0 Gradudte 58. 3 41.7 100. 0 Total 26. 9 53. 9 19. 1 100. 0 IUI Al E & G L owe1 19.7 25.8 3.2 1 6 47.3 2 4 100.0 lJppe1 14.4 8.6 2.6 1 0 70. 2 3.2 100. 0 Graduate 1 2 3 0.4 1. 5 1 2 81. 9 2 8 100. 0 Total 15.2 11. 1 2.5 1. 2 67. 1 3 0 100.0 149

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150 The University of South Florida DISTRIBUTION OF CREDIT HOURS BY INSTRUCTOR TYPE Total University by Col lege, continued 92 -93 Fu 1 1 -Tl me Part-tlme Fu I I -ti me OH1er Co I I ege Graduate Non-Instructional Instructional Instructional Teaching Level Adjuncts Assistants Faculty Facu I ty Faculty Status Total -----Medi Loi Sciences Lower -% -% -% -% -% -% -% Upper Graduate 1. 8 6.6 89.8 1 .9 100. 0 Total 1 .8 6 6 89. 8 1. 9 100. 0 Medi'i ne I ower Upper Gradull Y l uwe r 20. 1 25. 7 3 2 1 9 46. 8 2 4 100. 0 Upper 14.2 8 5 2.6 1 0 70. 5 3 2 100. 0 Graduate 11. 1 0 4 1 6 I. 4 82. 9 2.8 100.0 Total 14. 9 10. B 2 5 1. 2 67.5 3 0 100.0

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The University at South Florlua DISTRIBUTION OF CREDIT HOURS BY INSTRUCTOR TYPE Total University by Campus 92 -93 Ful 1-Time Part-time Fu I 1 -t I me Other Camus Graduate Non-Instructional lnstructional Instructional Teaching Level Adjuncts Assistants Faculty Faculty Faculty Status Total ----Continuing Ell Luwer -% % -% 100. 0% -% -% 100.0% lipper 17.6 0 5 0.9 74. 9 6. 1 100. 0 Graduate 15.3 1 5 3 0 1 0 75.9 3.3 100. 0 Total 15.5 1 .4 2 8 1. 1 75.8 3.5 100.0 t-l Myers Lower Upper 37.5 1. 0 0.2 55. 6 5 7 100. 0 Graduate 36. 6 62. 0 1 4 100. 0 Total 37.4 0.9 0. 1 56.7 4 9 100. 0 I arn.J Low.,r Upper 31. 1 9. 1 7.5 2.3 43. 1 6 8 100. 0 Graduate 23.8 0.3 6 4 61. 4 8 1 100.0 Total 29. 7 7.4 6.0 3 1 46.7 7. 1 100. 0 Sarasota Lower 38.4 61. 6 100. 0 lipper 18. 2 81. A 100. 0 Graduale 100. 0 100. 0 Total 19. 3 80.7 100. 0 1-'t!lersl.Jur u lower 32.0 15. 2 10. 1 32.2 10.4 100. 0 llpper 25. 6 2.8 2 6 2 5 64.7 1 8 100. 0 Graduate 15.3 0 7 4 5 78.3 1. 2 100. 0 Total 24.4 2.7 2.5 2.7 6 5.7 1 9 100.0 I a111fJc:t L owe1 20.6 26. 6 2.0 1 9 46.5 2 4 100. 0 lipper 12. 4 10. 4 1. 1 0 9 7 1 8 3 4 100. 0 Graduate 9 1 0.3 1. 6 1. 2 85. 1 2.8 100. 0 Total 13.9 12.9 1 .4 1. 2 67. 5 3 0 100. 0 151

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HEADCOUNl Mal., Female Black, Nun-Hispanic Amer lcon Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mtla11 Aye Mean Experience USF Exec.ut i ve Ott ices Academic Affairs Administrative Services Health Sciences Human Resources/Diversity Information Technology Research Student Affairs University Advancement ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersbur g Tama Exec/Adrnln Managerial 95 61 34 9 1 1 4 80 52 1 2 1 7 1 17 4 2 3 3 4 3 82 .. Includes l11te1 collegiate Athletics Faculty 7 6 6 36 3 7 2 5 The University of South Florida FULL-TIME NONINSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Professional Non-Faculty 241 111 130 23 25 12 181 40 5 135 82 24 1 1 3 13 223 Total University Fal 1 1993 Secretarial/ Clerical Technical/ Paraprof Sk 11 I ed Crafts Service Maintenance **lncluties all Colleges, Regional Campuses, and FMHI; excludes Coll'"yes of Medicine, Nursing, and Public liealtl1 152 Total 343 178 165 32 1 27 16 267 44 6 1 213 99 4 26 4 4 7 18 310

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Exec/Admin Managerial Ar c t1i leLtu1 e A1 ts 8. Sciences 7 Business 5 Education 8 Engineeri11y 10 Fine Arts 3 Ne"' Colleye 2 Other* 33 fMHI 3 Ft. MytH S 3 Lakeland 3 Sarasota 4 St. Peten,1.Jurg 3 Tarna 58 Faculty 2 1 4 2 5 The University of South Florida FULL-TIME NON-INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Academic Affairs Area Fall 1993 Professional Non-Faculty Secretarial/ Clerical 3 11 11 37 45 4 13 7 1 1 3 13 1 17 Paraprof Ott1e 1 i11cludes CED, BIS, Undergraduate Studies, Ed Resources, and administrative offices Ski 1 I ed Crafts Service Maintenance Total 153 3 20 16 46 59 7 3 46 10 4 4 7 18 180

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HEADCOUNT Mali. Female Black, Non -Hispanic Amer lcan Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non -Hispanic M,;,a11 Aye Mean Experience USF Eecutive Offices Academic Affairs Administrative Services Heal th Sciences Human Resources/Diversity Information Technology Research Student Affairs University Advancement Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa Exec/Admin Managerial 6 6 6 54 6 2 4 5 *lnLl1u1es Intercollegiate Athletics Faculty The University of South Florida PART-TIME NONINSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Professional Non-Faculty 21 8 13 19 46 4 6 12 3 21 Total University Fall 1993 Secretarial/ Clerical Technical/ Paraprof Ski I I ed Crafts Service Maintenance Includes all Colleges, Regional Campuses, and FMHI; excludes Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, antJ Public Health 154 Total 27 14 13 25 48 5 8 16 3 26

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Librarian HEADCOUNT 30 9 Contract Months 1 12 Contract Months 29 Ott.er Contract Months Male 8 Female 22 BlaL k Nun-Hispanic 2 American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic 27 Mean Age 47 Mean Experience USF 14 Bache 1 or s 1 Masters 28 Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-lrack Non-Tenure Track 30 Not Applicable The University of South Floriua LIBRARIANS Total University Fall 1993 Associate Assistant 12 8 12 8 2 1 10 7 12 8 46 41 6 9 2 1 10 7 12 B Instructor 5 5 5 1 3 35 2 5 5 Lecturer Total 55 1 54 11 44 3 1 1 50 45 10 4 50 55 155

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HEADCOIJNT Male Female tllack, Nun-Hispanic American Indian Aslc111, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mea11 Age Mea11 Experience USF Offices Academic Affairs Administrative Services Health Sciences Human Resources/Diversity Information Technology Research Student Affairs University Advancement Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersbury Tampa Exec/Admin Managerial 202 110 92 16 1 14 171 45 11 30 52 29 16 9 12 4 36 14 3 3 7 5 184 *lncluues Intercollegiate Athletics Faculty The University of South Florida FULL-TIME A & P EMPLOYEES Professional Non-Faculty 252 1 17 135 22 9 13 208 42 7 11 101 28 14 8 29 3 43 15 3 9 6 234 Total University Fall 1993 Secretarial/ Clerical Technical/ Paraprof Ski 11 ed Crafts Service Maintenance .. Jnc1udes all Colleges. Regional Campuses. and FMHI; excludes Colleges of Medicine. Nursing. and Public Health 156 Total 454 227 227 38 1 9 27 379 43 9 41 153 57 30 17 41 7 79 29 6 3 16 11 4 ll:l

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Architecture Arts 8. Sciences Business Education Englneerl119 Fine Arts New Co 11 ege Ottier F-Ml11 ft. Myers Laki.land Sarasota st Petersbury Tampa Exec/Admln Managerial 43 6 3 3 7 5 34 Faculty The University of South Florida FULL-TIME A & P EMPLOYEES Academic Affairs Area Fall 1993 Professional Non-Faculty Secretarial/ Clerical 1 2 1 61 35 3 9 6 83 Technical/ Paraprof Ott.e1 include s A cademic Affairs, Support Units, and Institutes Skilled Cratts Service Maintenance Total 1 3 2 104 41 6 3 16 11 l 17 157

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158 The University of Sou t 1 1 Florida FULL-TIME S U PPORT PERSONNEL Total University Fa 11 1993 Exec/Admin Professional Secretarial/ Technical/ Ski I I ed Service Managerial Faculty Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof Crafts Maintenance Total HEADCOUNT 435 947 311 160 385 2,238 Male 143 89 156 155 226 769 Female 292 858 155 5 159 I, 469 Black, Non-Hispanic 44 162 43 17 220 486 American Indian 5 1 3 9 Asian, Pacific Islander 14 11 12 3 4 44 Hispanic 27 63 20 8 19 137 White, Non-Hispanic 350 706 235 129 142 1. 562 Mt;ja11 Aye 43 44 41 47 44 44 Mean Experience USF 9 7 7 9 8 8 l:'xec11live Offices 5 15 20 Academic Affairs 185 416 151 41 104 897 Administrative Services .... 65 118 19 78 184 464 Hea I th Sciences 62 145 58 20 36 321 Human Resources/Diversity 13 24 37 Information Technology 28 31 56 115 Research 20 11 2 33 Student Affairs 51 166 19 21 61 318 University Advancement 6 21 6 33 Ft Myers 3 11 14 Lakeland 3 5 2 10 Sarasota 11 28 11 10 40 100 St. Petersburg 10 22 8 11 32 83 Tampa 408 881 290 139 313 2,031 ncl1H.Jes Intercollegiate Athletics **Includes al 1 Colleges, Regional Campuses, and FMHI; excludes Colleges of Medicine, Nu rsing, and Public Health

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Architecture Arts & Sciences Business E:ducation Engineering Fine Arts New College FMHI f-t Myt:or s Lakt:oland Sara:!>ota St. Petersburg Tampa Exec/Admin Managerial Faculty The University of South Florida FULL-TIME SUPPORT PERSONNEL Academic Affairs Area Fall 1993 Professional Non-Faculty 17 3 3 10 7 3 51 91 3 3 11 9 159 Secretarial/ Clerical 3 100 24 42 39 19 8 132 49 11 5 28 19 353 Technical/ Paraprof 16 2 8 2 112 11 2 11 8 130 *Other includes Academic Affairs, Support Units, and Institutes Skilled Crafts 3 3 21 14 10 11 20 Service Maintenance /4 29 40 32 32 Total 3 136 27 47 60 29 11 390 194 14 10 100 79 694 159

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HEADCOIJNT Molt: Femali; Black, Nun-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander His.panic White, Non-Hispanic Mec:rn Aye Mean Experience USf Eecutive Offices* Academic Affairs** Administrative Services Health Sciences Human Resources/Diversity Information Technology Research Student Affairs University Advancement f-t. Myers Sarasota St. Peterst;ury Tampa Exec/Admin Managerial *l11clulles Intercollegiate Athletic s Faculty The University of South Florida PART TIME SUPPORT PERSONNEL Total University Fa I l 1993 Professional Secretarial/ Technical/ Ski 11 ed Service Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof Crafts Mointenance 15 61 9 4 5 5 3 3 10 56 6 7 1 3 14 50 9 2 41 44 42 50 55 4 4 4 2J 10 5 33 2 1 3 3 5 1 2 5 1 2 2 2 13 1 2 5 1 15 53 9 3 **Includes all Colleges, Regional Campuses, and FMHI; excludes Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Hea1u, 160 Total 90 17 73 8 1 2 3 76 44 5 42 6 22 1 4 15 1 2 6 81

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Archi tactura Arts 8. Sciences Business Education Engineeri11y Fina Arts New Collage Other FMllI ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa Exec/Admin Managerial Faculty The University of South Florida PART-TIME SUPPORT PERSONNEL Academic Affairs Area Fall 1993 Professional Non-Faculty 5 5 Secretarial/ Clerical 8 5 3 13 4 1 2 5 25 Technical/ Paraprof 2 2 *Other includes Academic Affairs, Support Units, and Institutes Ski 11 ed Crafts Service Maintenance Total 161 9 5 3 16 9 1 2 6 33

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Section V ALUMNI Alumni Demographics and Statistics

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No of Alumni Donors (All-Time) 25,861 1992-93 Alumni Gifts & Pledges $785,278 Alumni Chapters Broward County Pinellas County Atlanta Plant City Greater Houston Polk Jacksonville Southern California Manatee/Sarasota Southwest Florida Metro (New York) Space Coast Miami Tallahassee National Capital Tampa Orlando University Pasco SOURCE: University Advancement University of South Florida ALUMNI 1993-94 Alumni with Bachelor Degrees 94,590 Alumni with Graduate & Professional Degrees 23,890 Total Alumni 116,524 Alumni Soc i eties Bachelor of Independent Studies Black Alumni Society College of Business Administration College of Fine Arts College of Medicine College of Nursing College of Public Health Library and Information Science Mass Communications Resident Assistant/Resident Instructor Social Work Cheerleader/Sundolls 165

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Section VI AWARDS & HONORS National Merit & Achievement Scholars Endowed Chairs

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National Merit Corporate-Sponsored Scholars and $2,000 Scholars National Achievement Scholars USF-Sponsored National Merit Scholars Total SOURCE: Admiss i ons Office The University of South Florida NATIONAL MERIT AND ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARS Fall 1993 ALL SCHOLARS Continuing New Total 11 5 16 0 2 3 38 24 fil. 49 31 80 NEW SCHOLARS Campus Residency Tampa New College Florida Non-Florida 4 2 3 2 0 2 0 .4 -2Q -11 ll 7 24 15 16 169

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ARCHITECTURE Markborough Chair in Urban Design College of Architecture David Crane Sam M. Gibbons Endowed Chair in Architecture and Urban Design College of Architecture William Morgan ARTS and SCIENCES Eleanor Poynter Jamison Endowed Chair in Media Ethics and Press Policy College of Arts and Sciences (to be filled) Edward Debartolo Endowed Chair in Liberal Arts College of Arts and Sciences Pat Rogers Marie E. and E. Leslie Cole Endowed Chair in Ethics College of Arts and Sciences (to be filled) Richard and Patricia Wood Endowed Chair in Natural Sciences College of Arts and Sciences (to be filled) St. Petersburg Progress Chair in Marine Sciences College of Arts and Sciences Peter Betzer Evelyn Millis Duvall Endowed Cha i r in Family Development College of Arts and Sciences Sarasota (to be filled) University of South Florida ENDOWED CHAIRS 1993-94 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Barnett Bank Endowed Chair in Banking and Finance College of Business Administration (to be filled) First Florida Banks Endowed Chair in Business Administration College of Business Administration (to be filled) Hidden River Corporate Park Chair in Business Administration College of Business Administration (to be filled) Jim & Leacy Quinn Chair in Accounting and Taxation College of Business Administration Cherie Jeanne O'Neil, Ph.D. Joy Culverhouse Endowed Chair in Business Administration College of Business Administration (to be filled) Lykes Chair in Banking and Finance College of Business Administration James Pappas, Ph.D EDUCATION Culverhouse Family Endowed Chair in Education USF Sarasota College of Education (to be filled) David C. Anchin Endowed Chair in Educational Innovation College of Education (to be filled) TECO Energy Endowed Chair in Education College of Education (to be filled) Gus A. Stavros Chair in Free Enterprise & Economic Education College of Education (to be filled) ENGINEERING Endowed Chair in Computer Science and Engineering College of Engineering Dr. Abe Kandel Samuel L. & Julia M Flom Endowed Chair in Civil Engineering College of Engineering (to be filled) FINE ARTS USF Endowed Chair in the Fine Arts College of Fine Arts (to be filled) NURSING 170 Southwest Florida Endowed Chair in Nursing College of Nursing Ft Myers M. Joyce Thornton, R.N Ed.D. NEW COLLEGE Leonard S. Florsheim, Jr. Endowed Chair at New College New College Sarasota Dr Leo Demski William & Marie Selby Chair in Economics New College Sarasota (to be filled)

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MEDICINE American Heart Association Chair in Cardiovascular Surgery College of Medici ne (to be filled) Andrew & Ann Hines Endowed Chair in Pediatrics at 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 (to be filled) Cortner/Couch Chair in Cancer Research College of Medicine Dr John D. Ruckdeschel Ed Wright Chair in Cardiovascular Research (AHA) College of Medicine Dr Ray A Olsson Endowed Chair in Radiology College of Medicine (to be filled) University of South Florida ENDOWED CHAIRS (continued) 1993-94 Eric Pfeiffer Chair in Alzheimer's Disease & Other Memory Disorders College of Medicine John Hardy The Lewis A. Barness Chair in Pediatrics College of Medicine (to be filled) Harold H. Davis Chair in Cancer Research College of Medicine (to be filled) Helen Ellis Endowed Chair in Parkinson's Disease Research College of Medicine (to be filled) Hugh F. Culverhouse Endowed Chair in Esophageal Disorders College of Medicine Worth Boyce James Ingram Chair in Obstetrics and Gynecology College of Medicine (to be filled) James and Heather Gills Eminent Scholar in Ophthalmology College of Medicine Dr. J. James Rowsey John and Aliese Price Chair in Pediatrics College of Medicine (to be filled) Juan Bolivar Chair in Surgical Oncology College of Medicine Richard Karl. M.D. Richard G. Connar Endowed Chair in Surgery College of Medicine (to be filled) Robert & Lee Roskamp Chair in Biological Psychiatry College of Medicine (to be filled) William N. Saunders Chair in Geriatrics College of Medicine (search in progress) 171

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Section VII FISCAL RESOURCES State Appropriations Student Generated Sources Auxiliary Enterprises Research/Contract & Grants Foundations/Alumni Affairs

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ALLOCATIONS Total Effect iv e Appropriations Education (DOE) Higher Education SUS (Div isio n of Univers i ties) General Revenue Trust Lottery USF General Revenue (Expressed in millions) SOURCE: Florida's Fiscal Analysis in B rief: 1992 University of South Florida ST ATE APPROPRIATIONS FOR EDUCATION 1993-94 AMOUNT* 1992 1993 $ 11,858. 9 $13,271.1 6,010. 5 6,544.2 1,368. 2 1,469.7 1 451 6 1,460.8 921 5 990.4 404. 8 430.8 125. 2 116.1 228. 5 233.7 State University System E&G 1993-94 Allocation Fund Summary USF Operating Budget % of STATE APPROPRIATIONS 1992 1993 50.7 49.3 11 5 11 1 12.5 11.0 1 9 1 8 175

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Budget Entity Salary Education & General 136,744,313 Auxiliary Enterprises 19,482,463 Contracts & Grants 36,820,905 Health Sciences Center 35,701,767 Ac tivity and Service Fees Intercollegiate Athleti cs 1,553,582 Concessions Student F i nanc ial Aid University Total $230,303,030 SOURCE: 1993-94 Operating Budget Exhibit B Hea lth Sci ences Center Budget Offi ce OPS 11,093,222 5 ,786,432 29,289,000 1,827,817 865,235 320,587 18,733 $49,201,026 University of South Florida OPERATING BUDGET 1993-94 Expense oco 21,501,938 244,286 33,764,445 4,865,806 19,677,334 3,550,000 4 ,328, 113 42,553 1,400, 130 209,023 2 321 ,088 819,781 44,708 23,421,491 $107 ,234,320 $8,956,376 176 Spec Cat & Debt Svcs Total % of Total 12,452,787 182,036,546 42. 9 465,477 64,364,623 15. 1 6 ,201,700 95, 5;38,939 22. 5 9 ,805,259 51,705,509 12. 2 2,474,388 0 6 4, 195,257 1.0 883,222 0.2 147,838 23,569,329 5 6 $29,073,061 $424, 767 ,813 100.0

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$0 $51,705,509 University of South Florida OPERATING BUDGET BY BUDGET ENTITY 1993-94 $64,364,623 Contracts & Grants $ 95 538 939 Health Science $31, 122, 196 Other Educ & Gen $182,036,546 Concessions $883,222 Activities $2,4 7 4,388 Inter Collegiate Athletics $4, 195,257 $5 $10 $15 (Millions) $20 Financial Aid $23,569,329 $25 Sources: 1993-94 Operating Budget, Exhibit B Health Sciences Center Budget Office 177

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REVENUES BY SOURCE Student Tuition and Fees $ 60,213,369 State Appropriations 179,323,683 State and Local Grants and Contracts 19,650,823 Grants, Contracts and GiftsFederal 37,227,582 Grants, Contracts and GiftsPrivate 42,860,066 Sales and Services of Edu. Act. 3,531,310 Other 2,275,945 Auxiliary 42, 152,503 Total $387,235,281 University of South Florida SOURCES AND USES OF CURRENT FUNDS 1992-93 EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION Instruction $151,434,680 15.55% Research 37,877,408 46.31 Public Service 16,550,720 5.07 Academic Support 45, 149,897 9.61 Student Services 11,077,078 11 .07 Institutional Support 46,970,937 0.91 Operation & Maintenance 21,479.471 0.59 Scholarships & Fellowships 18,520,355 10.89 Mandatory Transfers 501,514 ---Auxiliary 38,974,907 100.00% $388,536,967 NOTE : Library expenditures have been distributed among other expenditure function categories. SOURCE : USF Financial Reports 1992-93 178 38.98% 9.75 4.26 11.62 2 .85 12.09 5.53 4 .77 0.13 10.03 100.00%

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SOURCE: University of South Florida SUMMARY OF AUTHORIZED MANYEAR POSTIONS By Budget Entity Budget Entity Education & General Health Sciences Center Auxiliary Enterprises Contracts & Grants Intercollegiate Athletics Total 1993-94 Operating Budget, Schedule Ill; Health Sciences Center Operating Budget 1993-94 Faculty 1,260.63 305.05 32.82 409.46 1.17 2,009.13 A&P Support Personnel 292.41 1,549.75 29.30 273.71 111.42 546.45 73.56 318.45 28.49 13.00 535.18 2,701 .36 Total 3,102.79 608.06 690.69 801 .47 42.66 5,245.67 179

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Tampa SOURCES of REVENUE Cash Carried Forward $ 1 ,336,875 Estimated Fees 4 ,077,369 Estimated Operating Revenue 68,960 T otal Sources 5,483,204 USES Student Activities Transfers to other Budgets 205,275 Agency Budget 1,561, 105 Subtotal Student Activities 1,766,380 Student Affairs Transfers to other Budgets 2,374,871 Agency Budget Subt otal Student Affairs 2,374,871 Total Uses $4, 141 251 SOURCE : 1993-94 A & S Operat in g Budgets University of South Florida ACTIVITY & SERVICE FEE BUDGET 1993-94 Ft. Myers Sarasota $ 90,689 $ 39,339 136,710 305,640 4,277 4,015 231 ,676 348,994 192, 105 246, 129 192,105 246, 129 64,298 64,298 $192,105 $310,427 St. Petersburg $ 64,700 344,595 58,751 468,046 345,751 345,751 $345,751 1 8 0 Lek eland Total $ 82,076 $1,613,679 64,820 4 ,929, 134 136,003 146,896 6 ,678,816 205,275 47,195 2,392,285 47, 195 2,,597,560 1 ,995 2 441 164 15,810 15,810 17,805 2,456,974 $65,000 $5,054,534

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University of South Florida STUDENT FEE RA TES* Ft. Myers and Lakeland Campuses 1993-94 FORT MYERS -SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR FEE BREAKDOWN 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 Undergraduate $ 38.08 2 .32 2 .44 6 .00 1.90 ___,_ $51 .40 $163.41 $214.81 LAKELAND -SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR FEE BREAKDOWN 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) -$20.00 *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 Undergraduate $ 38.08 2.32 2.44 5.00 1.90 ___,_ $50.40 $163.41 $213.81 Graduate[Thesis $ 87.53 2 .32 2 .44 6.00 4.37 .66 $103.32 $253.02 $356.34 Graduate[Thesis $ 87.53 2.32 2.44 5 .00 4.37 .66 $102. 32 $253.02 $355.34 181

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University of South Florida STUDENT FEE RA TES* Sarasota and St. Petersburg Campuses 1993-94 SARASOTA SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR FEE BREAKDOWN Matriculation Fee Building Fee Capital Improvement Fee Activity & Service Fee Health Fee Included in Fall/Spring only Student Financial Aid Fee Athletic Fee Total for Florida Resident Additional for Non-Florida Resident Total for Non-Florida Resident Undergraduate $ 38.08 2 .32 2.44 6.30 1.00 1 .90 __..& $52.70 $163.41 $216.11 ST. PETERSBURG SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR FEE BREAKDOWN Matriculation Fee Building Fee Capital Improvement Fee Activity & Service Fee Health 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) -$20.00 *Fees are established by the Board of Regents as approved by the State Legislature NOTE : A fulltime load per term is 1 5 credit hours for undergraduates and 1 2 credit hours for graduates SOURCE: Finance and Accounting Undergraduate $ 38.08 2 .32 2.44 7 .75 .50 1 .90 __..& $53.65 $163.41 $217.06 GraduateQhesis $ 87 .53 2.32 2.44 6 .30 1.00 4.37 .66 $104.62 $253.02 $357.64 GraduateQhesis $ 87 .53 2.32 2.44 7 .75 .50 4 37 .66 $105. 57 $253.02 $358.59 182

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University of South Florida STUDENT FEE RATES* Tampa Campus 1993-94 SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR FEE BREAKDOWN 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 Other Requ i red Fees: Application Fee (one time only) -$20.00 Fees are established by the Board of Regents as approved by the State Legislature NOTE: A fulltime load per term is 1 5 credit hours for undergraduates and 12 credit hours for graduates SOURCE: Finance and Accounting Undergraduate $ 38.08 2.32 2 .44 7.10 1 .90 4.96 5.06 $ 61.86 $163.41 $225.27 GraduatefThesis $ 87 .53 2 .32 2 .44 7.10 4 .37 4 .96 5 .06 $113.78 $253.02 $366.80 183

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Matriculation Fee Building Fee Capital Improvement Fee Activity & Service Fee Student Financial Aid Fee Athletic Fee Health Fee Total Semester Fee for Florida Resident : Additional for Non-Florida Resident Out-of-State Tuition Fee Student Financial Aid Fee Total Semester for Non-Florida Resident : University of South Florida STUDENT FEE RATES* College of Medicine 1993-94 SEMESTER FEE BREAKDOWN Other Required Fees: Application Fee (One-Time only) $20.00 *Fees are established by the Board of Regents as approved by the State Legislature SOURCE : Finance and Accounting 184 $ 3,570.75 46.40 48.80 86.84 178.53 66.67 77.98 $ 4,075.97 $ 6, 190.23 309.51 $10,575.71

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Sources of Revenue Cash Forward Fees Sales and Services Other Interest Overhead Assessments Transfers In Total Activities Un i versity of South Florida AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES BUDGET Activity and Source of Funds 1993-94 Auxiliaries (Incl. Extension and Working Capital) Dormitory Revenue Cert. Transfers Out Year End Cash Total SOURCE: 1993-94 Operating Budget, Schedule 1-B Amount $ 20,981, 154 6,999, 101 38, 122,452 12,405,625 979,972 3,621,371 19,338,433 $102,448, 108 $ 63,374,010 990,613 24, 160,347 13,923, 138 $102,448, 108 185

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Federal Government Environmental Protection Agency NASA National Science Foundation U.S. Department of Commerce U.S. Department of Defense 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 Transportation U.S. Small Business Administration Other State/Local Government Florida State Agencies, Counties, Cities, etc. Private Corporate Foundations Private Sources Other Total University of South Florida CONTRACTS AND GRANTS Sources of Funding 1992-93 Amount $28,026,604 667,611 1,847' 771 3,363,790 366,786 1,762,497 4,066,440 768,898 10,761,673 1,016,667 2,296,933 1,141,639 18,000,390 18,000,390 19,371,918 9,719,663 4,212,332 3,872, 104 1,667,929 $66,398,812 *Includes Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) -(not Federal according to CPB) SOURCE: Division of Sponsored Research 1992-93 Annual Funding Report 186 % of Total 43% 27% 30% 100%

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* Includes Marine Science College Architecture Arts & Sciences* Business Administration Education Engineering Fine Arts Medicine Nursing Public Health Regional Campuses Ft. Myers Lakeland New College Sarasota Sarasota St. Petersburg Centers & Institutes Center for Excellence University of South Florida CONTRACT & GRANT AWARDS Total University 1992-93 Florida Institute of Oceanography (FIO) Florida Mental Health Institute (FMHI) Administrative Units Academic Affairs (excluding FIO, Center for Excellence) Administrative Affairs Development/Alumni Affairs Intercollegiate Athletics Office of Public Affairs Office of Research Studerit Affairs Total University SOURCE: Division of Sponsored Research Amount $ 614,114 10,536, 153 819,394 6,615,351 9,677,668 34,432 20,570,912 297,584 4, 153,763 55,000 148,335 85,408 43,038 326,615 835,316 5,542,542 391,985 136,000 531,507 97,224 3,734,349 90,906 61,216 $65,398,812 187

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Assets Liabilities Fund Balance Unrestricted Contributions Trust Funds Endowed Scholarships Endowed Chairs Total Revenue SOURCE: USF Foundation (figures from audit) University of South Florida FOUNDATION AND ALUMNI AFFAIRS Financial Report June 30, 1993 1991 $79,823,708 7.079.970 $72,743,738 2,025,743 14,686 11,573,608 8.053.937 $21,667,974 188 1992 1993 $100, 117,078 $116,900,124 6.925,100 14, 106.582 $93,191,978 $131,006,706 $1,422,236 1,613,964 370, 135 123,045 14,346,243 13,025,482 15.642.547 8,266.641 $31,781,161 $23,029, 132

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Section VIII PHYSICAL RESOURCES Site Information Square Footage by Space Category Building Inventory Outdoor Facilities Residential Facilities Major Construction Projects

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SITE NUMBER SITE NAME 0001 TAMPA (EXCL HEALTH SCI CTR) 0038 HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER 0039 FLORIDA MENTAL HLTH INST 0048 MOFFITT CANCER CARE CTR 0004 ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS 0003 SARASOTA CAMPUS 0012 POLK JOINT USE FACILITY 0002 FT. MYERS CAMPUS 0046 FT. MYERS WSFP FM/TV 0044 RIVERVIEW (TV TRANSMITTER) 0045 CHINSEGUT TOTAL UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA PHYSICAL FACILITIES TOTAL UNIVERSITY BY SITE FALL 1993 STREET ADDRESS CITY 4202 EAST FOWLER AVE TAMPA 12901 N 30TH STREET TAMPA 13301 N. 30TH ST. TAMPA 12902 MAGNOLIA DR TAMPA 830 FIRST ST. S ST PETERSBURG 5700 N. TAMIAMI TR. SARASOTA 3433 WINTER LAKE RD LAKELAND CYPRESS LAKE DR. FT.MYERS RT A -BOX 73 PUNTA GORDA 908 S. 20TH ST RIVERVIEW RT.2, BOX 216 BROOKSVILLE *AN ADDITIONAL 1,940 PARKING SPACES SHARED WITH EDISON COMMUNITY COLLEGE SOURCE: RAP DB2Y3VSITE YEAR ACQR 1958 1975 1981 1985 1967 1975 1986 1978 1983 1965 1963 SITE ACREAGE 1. 453. 8 47.5 39.3 20.0 46.5 139.7 0 1 55. 1 0. 1 40.0 114. 7 1. 956. 8 # OF BLDGS 189 19 11 5 24 47 5 10 2 12 325 BLDG. GROSS SQ. FT. 3,598,784 624,098 374,568 481. 185 426,436 435,729 64,375 150,208 1 987 2,853 23,433 6, 183,656 PARKING SPACES 11. 960 1. 147 1. 056 431 699 973 575 298 17. 139 191

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INSTR MEDIA AUDITORIUM GYM SUPPORT SVC CLASSROOM TEACHING LAB STUDENT SVC RESEARCH LAB LIBRARY RESID & OTHER OFFICE NON-ASSIGNABLE 0 Source : DB2Y3VROOM University of South Florida NETSQUAREFOOTAGESBYSPACETYPE Total University Fall 1993 154,109 500,000 1,027,492 1,000,000 (square feet) 192 1,501,304 1,500,000

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLOR IDA PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING FALL 1993 BLDG ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING NAME # PFX SQUARE FEET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT ------------------------------------------------TAMPA CAMPUS JOHN AND GRACE ALLEN BLDG(ADM) 0001 ADM 44,374 22,341 74,768 ANDROS POOL CHEM TREAT HOUSE 0096 ANP 0 346 400 ANDROS OFFICE CLASSROOM 0067 AOC 7,247 5,471 14,094 ARGOS POOL CHEM TREAT HOUSE 0038 ARP 0 279 332 BASEBALL STORAGE & DUGOUT 0078 BAS 1'050 0 1'476 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES BUILDING 0098 BEH 19,575 10' 151 33,685 BOOKSTORE RECEIVING (WHSE #5) 0097 BRO 5,882 541 6,642 TEMPORARY BOOKSTORE A (NORTH) 0200 BSA 1 '259 0 1'338 TEMPORARY BOOKSTORE B (SOUTH) 0201 BSB 1'259 0 1'338 TEMPORARY BOOKSTORE C (WEST) 0220 BSC 568 0 616 BIOSCIENCE ACADEMIC FACILITY 0229 BSF 36,831 14,747 60,000 C H FERGUSON HALL (BUSINESS) 0119 BSN 59,272 39. 110 118. 905 USF CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM 0192 CAM 10,418 2,024 19,209 STAVROS CTR FOR ECONOMIC EDU 0228 CEE 3,233 568 4,215 CHEMISTRY BUILDING 0002 CHE 37,042 31 '266 78,027 COMM & INFO SCIENCES BLDG 0230 cis 52,384 22,027 82,001 CHINSEGUT UNIT A 8011 CNA 1' 156 0 1. 248 CHINSEGUT UNIT B 8012 CNB 1' 156 0 1. 248 CHINSEGUT UNIT C 8013 CNC 1' 156 0 1 '248 CHINSEGUT UNIT D 8014 CND 1' 156 0 1. 248 CHINSEGUT UNIT E 8015 CNE 1. 156 0 1. 248 CHINSEGUT UNIT F 8016 CNF 1. 156 0 1 '248 CHINSEGUT UNIT G -CARETAKER 8010 CNG 1' 156 0 1. 248 CHINSEGUT HILL DINING HALL 8017 CNH 1'436 0 1. 500 CHINSEGUT MANSION 8001 CNM 9,561 0 11. 157 CHINSEGUT CONFERENCE FACILITY 8019 CNN 1 '285 0 1. 344 CHINSEGUT MAINTENANCE SHED 8018 CNO 514 0 576 CENTRAL PLANT ELECTRICAL SHOP 0191 CPE 1 '270 31 1'330 RUSSELL M COOPER HALL (A & L) 0088 CPR 78,086 39,037 129,215 CENTRAL PLANT 0006 CPT 1'153 21 ,491 24. 141 CAMPUS RECREATION OFFICE (MOD) 0210 CRO 1. 115 176 1. 440 CENTRAL RECEIVING AND STORAGE 0041 CRS 8,429 523 10,452 UNIVERSITY CENTER 0004 CTR 102,897 55,517 160,614 CTR URBAN TRANSPORTATION RSCH 0219 CUT 6,356 1 '273 8,063 CENTRAL DUPLICATING (WHSE #1) 0065 DUP 8' 178 74 8,955 EDUCATION BUILDING 0066 EDU 33,682 18,380 59,507 EQUIP & TIRE STORAGE (OLD SVC) 0198 EES 197 0 197 HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE-TAMPA 0118 EHS 494 0 561 ELECT METERING SUBSTATION 0126 ELS 0 77 100 ENGINEERING MODULE A CLASSROOM 0214 EMA 1'075 0 1' 152 ENGINEERING MODULE B CLASSROOM 0215 EMB 1'075 0 1. 152 193

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BUILDING NAME ENGINEERING MODULE C CLASSROOM ENGINEERING MODULE D OFFICES ENGR MODULE E ELECTRICAL ENGR ENGINEERING TCHNG AUDITORIUM ENGINEERING BUILDING II EDGAR W KOPP BLDG (ENGINEER) ENGINEERING LABORATORY BLDG ENGINEERING RESEARCH EDU RESEARCH CTR CHILD DEVELOP ENGINEERING TRAILER #1 ENGINEERING TRAILER #2 ENGINEERING TRAILER #3 ENGINEERING SOLAR RESEARCH MOD TV TRANSMISSION RIVERVIEW EXTENDED STUDIES FINE ARTS -DANCE FINE ARTS BUILDING FACULTY OFFICE BUILDING FINE ARTS STUDIO GOLF CART GARAGE GOLF CLUBHOUSE & OPERATIONS GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE OFFICE GOLF COURSE SERVICE BUILDING GOLF COURSE STORAGE WAREHOUSE GROUNDS DEPT EQUIPMENT SHED GREENHOUSE #1 -SHADEHOUSE GREENHOUSE #2 -MAIN BLDGS GROUNDS MAINTENANCE SHED GOLF COURSE SHELTER A (4TH T) GOLF COURSE SHELTER B (8TH T) GOLF COURSE SHELTER C (12TH T) GYMNASIUM HUMAN SERVICES BUILDING HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE #1 HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE #2 HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITY INTERCOLL E GIATE RESTROOM CAMPUS INFORMATION CENTER ITFS TOWER SHED LI BR ARY LIFE SCIEN C E BUILDING LIFELONG LEARNING PHYSICAL EDUCATION LOCKERS LIFE SCIENCE ANNEX OBSERVATORY UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING BLDG ,, 0216 0217 0218 0045 0142 0044 0186 0046 0202 0180 0181 0182 0249 8455 0146 0144 0010 0086 0193 0092 0087 0083 0079 0076 0185 0021 0095 0093 0103 0104 0105 0036 0039 0189 0190 0212 0211 0089 0231 OlDO 0007 0147 0011 0091 0028 FALL 1993 PFX EMC EMO EME ENA ENB ENG ENL ENR ERC ETA ETB ETC ETS ETV EXS FAD FAH FAQ FAS GCG GCH GCM GCS GCW GES GHA GHB GMS GSA GSB GSC GYM HMS HZA HZB HZF ICR INF ITS LIB LI F LLL LOK LSA OBS ASSIGNABLE SQUARE FEET 1. 199 861 1. 032 3,437 69,701 42,244 3,017 4,702 5,469 1. 523 959 959 1. 118 2,353 3,345 9,881 60,565 25. 101 6,828 3. 1 74 2,688 602 5. 101 344 2,083 1. 300 1. 760 673 290 368 368 54,885 33,774 271 271 1. 957 32 125 36 2 3 1 862 26,382 1. 765 3,530 7,087 1. 693 NON-ASSIGNABLE SQUARE FEET 0 189 372 1. 188 33,483 29,744 321 741 3,810 0 21 2 212 0 340 154 5,581 42,883 11. 897 538 0 557 0 0 0 0 0 247 0 100 0 0 14,328 28. 166 0 0 0 290 20 0 51. 945 20,949 94 904 1. 609 8 194 TOTAL GROSS SQ FT 1. 296 1 152 1. 591 5,290 121. 773 91,251 3 ,580 6,043 9,796 1. 600 1. 3D7 1. 307 1. 120 2,853 4,080 16,988 130,058 42. 129 8,084 3. 1 74 3,300 667 5,240 384 2. 106 1. 300 2. 145 710 405 368 368 89,015 69,759 284 284 2,263 800 261 40 304. 141 53,054 2,328 5,280 9,963 2,022

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BUILDING NAME PHYSICAL PLANT OPER ADMIN OUTDOOR RENTAL CENTER P.E./WELLNESS/SPORTS STUDY TRL PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSROOM P.E. FOOTBALL STORAGE BUILDING P E GROUNDS BUILDING P.E. PUTTING GREEN SHED P. E. RESTROOM P E STORAGE (SOFTBALL) P E TENNIS STORAGE MATHEMATICS/PHYSICS BUILDING MAINTENANCE & SERVICE SHOP GROUNDS AND TRANSPORTATION MAINTENANCE SER SHOPS ADDITION TRAN INSPECTION AND STOR PHYSICAL PLANT -UTILITIES PARKING SERVICES BUILDING PARKING SVCS MAINTENANCE SHED PARKING SVCS PAPER STORAGE PARKING SVCS STORAGE SHED PARKING SVCS TRAFFIC STORAGE POST OFFICE TRAILER ARGOS D ALPHA HALL ANDROS CORE ARGOS CENTER ANDROS SHED-FOOD SVCS STORAGE BETA HALL DELTA HALL EPSILON HALL ETA HALL GAMMA HALL IOTA HALL KAPPA HALL LAMBDA HALL MU HALL R.I. QUARTERS A R.I. QUARTERS B R.I. QUARTERS C R I QUARTERS D R.I. QUARTERS E R .I. QUARTERS F THETA HALL RIVERFRONT CANOE STORAGE RIVERFRONT PICNIC PAVILION UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING BLDG # 0042 0121 0248 0037 0222 0125 0226 0099 0077 0127 0025 0009 0043 0084 0026 0112 018B 0206 0245 0205 0246 0128 0023 0008 0064 0022 0207 0019 0029 0030 0033 0024 0057 0058 0059 0060 0031 0034 0035 0061 0062 0063 0056 0232 0233 FALL 1993 PFX OPM ORC PEA PED PEF PEG PEP PER PES PET PHY PPA PPB PPC PPD PPE PSB PSM PSP PSS PST PTR RAD RAL RAN RAR RAS RBE ROE REP RET RGA RIO RKA RLA RMU RQA RQB RQC ROD RQE RQF RTH RVC RVP ASSIGNABLE SQUARE FEET 8,246 576 1. 527 11. 493 162 1. 130 288 94 846 85 48,537 11. 715 6. 107 15,478 3,314 790 3,771 140 140 140 80 683 3,515 47,590 28,443 27,464 325 43,621 31,656 31. 496 10,574 51. 089 14,931 30,542 9 ,918 30,542 1. 090 1'090 1. 676 1. 054 1. 054 1. 054 9,454 710 2,508 NONASSIGNABLE SQUARE FEET 1'648 0 0 6,027 0 0 0 343 0 0 21. 675 433 39 789 0 342 509 0 0 0 0 179 0 15,373 4,406 3,475 0 14' 155 6. 126 6,286 1. 802 15,491 3,993 8,002 2,698 8,002 252 252 346 252 252 252 2,804 68 0 TOTAL GROSS SQ FT 10,915 576 1 '660 20,329 200 1. 200 289 480 920 120 80,285 13,261 6,430 17,362 3,314 1. 132 4,381 156 143 156 82 900 5,600 79,390 46,461 51'866 352 72,265 42,849 42,849 14. 118 78,350 21. 868 44,535 14,578 44,535 1'587 1'587 2,384 1. 586 1. 586 1. 586 14,578 840 2,508 195

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BUILDING NAME RIVERFRONT PARK RESTROOM ZETA HALL SM BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT TRLR SCIENCE CENTER SUNDOME GUARDHOUSE STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE BLDG SOCIAL SCIENCE BUILDING STORAGE SHED BIOLOGY STORAGE SHED -GEOLOGY STADIUM SUNDOME STUDENT SERVICES BUILDING SEWAGE PUMPING SlATION #1 SEWAGE PUMPING STATION #2 THEATRE CENTRE THEATRE 1 TEXTBOOK CENTER (WAREHOUSE #4) TELECOMMUNICATIONS TRAILER THEATRE 2 CHEMICAL TREATMENT STATION UNIVERSirv LECTURE HALL UNIVERSITY POLICE BUILDING UNIVERSITY POLICE STORAGE UTILITIES' RECORDS STORAGE UNIV SUPPORT "A" (AUDTR GEN'L) UNIV SUPPORT "B" F&A TRAILER UNIV SUPPORT "C" (STATE COMPT) VILLAGE-BUILDING 27 VILLAGE-BUILDING 28 VILLAGE-BUILDING 29 VILLAGE-BUILDING 30 STUDENT HOUSING ADMIN BLDG STUDENT HOUSING BATH HOUSE VILLAGE-BUILDING 1 VILLAGE-BUILDING 2 VILLAGE-BUILDING 3 VILLAGE-BUILDING 4 VILLAGE BUILDING 5 VILLAGE-BUILDING 6 VILLAGE-BUILDING 7 VILLAGE-BUILDING 8 VILLAGE BUILDING 9 VILLAGE BUILDING 10 VILLAGE BUILDING 11 VILLAGE-BUILDING 12 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING BLDG # 0090 0032 0187 0075 0234 0213 0081 0237 0236 0143 0120 0003 0016 0014 0082 0005 0094 0225 0145 0017 0040 0012 0183 0244 0224 0235 0238 0176 0177 0178 0179 0148 0149 0150 0151 0152 0153 0154 0155 0156 0157 0158 0159 0160 0161 FALL 1993 PFX RVR RZE SBD SCA SDG SHS soc SSB SSG STA SUN SVC SWA SWB TAR TAT TBC TCT THR TRT lJLH UPS UPS URS USA USB use VAA VAS VAC VAD VIA VIB VLA VLB VLC VLD VLE VLF VLG VLH VLI VLJ VLK VLL ASSIGNABLE SQUARE FEET 94 11. 564 1' 133 61'469 21 8,524 69,278 120 341 13,890 134,919 122,924 0 0 23,635 17,890 3,487 594 6. 184 0 4. 124 4. 155 1. 214 160 1 31 7 3,943 799 2,41B 2,418 2,418 2,418 3,026 0 2,418 2,418 2,418 2. 418 2,418 2,418 2,418 2,418 2,418 2,418 2,418 2,418 NON-ASSIGNABLE SQUARE FEET 296 1. 870 1B9 22,233 0 3,949 33. 151 0 0 8,973 50,277 46,282 398 160 6,626 3,208 1'515 0 9,079 562 350 1. 305 0 0 0 667 0 0 0 0 0 0 357 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 196 TOTAL GROSS SQ FT 441 14. 118 1. 440 91 ,821 27 13. 183 111. 613 1 '..13 344 24,983 193,843 205,736 458 206 33,998 23,883 5,002 659 17 '3-48 662 6,210 1'410 165 1'440 4,991 820 2,880 2,880 2,880 2,880 3,496 386 2,880 2,880 2,880 2,880 2,880 2,880 2,880 2,880 2,880 2,880 2,880 2,880

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BUILDING NAME VILLAGE-BUil. DING 13 VILLAGE-BUILDING 14 VILLAGE-BUILDING 15 VILLAGE-BUILDING 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 MUL11PURPOSE HLUG VILLAGE MAINTENANCE STORAGE WAREHOUSE # 2 WAREHOUSE #3 WAREHOUSE #6 WELL HOUSE -WELL #2 WUSF RADIO BUILDING WATERSPORTS STORAGE SHED HEALTH SCIENCES* COLLEGE OF PUtlLIC HEALTH BLDG COVERED WALKWAY "A" (FMHI) COVERED WALKWAY B" (HSC) HEALTH HEALTH HEALTH HEALTH HEALTH HEALTH HEALTH HEALTH HEALTH HEALTH HEALTH HEALTH HEALTH HEALTH FMHI FMHI -SCIENCES-CLINICS SCIENCES-MAIN BUILDING SCIENCES-EQUIPMENT SHED SCIENCES-GROUNDS SHED SCIENCES-LABORATORY SCIENCES-MECHANICAL SCIENCES-NURSING SCIENCES-PEDESTRIAN SCIENCES-REPAIR SHED SCIENCES-WAREHOUSE 200 SCIENCE-WATER TRT BLDG SCIENCE-UTILITIES SCIENCES-VEH STOR SHED SCIENCES-WAREHOUSE 100 BUILDING G1 BUILDING G2 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY FALL 1993 BLDG # PFX 0162 VLM 0163 VLN 0164 VLO 0165 VLP 0166 VLQ 0167 VLR 0168 VLS 0169 VLT 0170 VLU 0171 VLV 0172 VLW 0173 VLX 0174 VLY 0175 VLZ 0199 VMP 0184 VMS 0074 WHB 0080 WHC 0137 WHD 0015 WLH 0194 WRB 0221 wss 0223 CPH 0240 CWA 0241 CWB 0116 MDA 0113 MDC 0250 MOE 0203 MDG 0114 MOL 0124 MDM 0115 MDN 0195 MDP 0251 MOR 0117 MOS 0252 MDT 0102 MDU 0204 MDV 0247 MOW 0134 MGX 0135 MGV FLORIDA BUILDING ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE SQUARE FEET SQUARE FEET ---------------------2,418 0 2,418 0 2,418 0 2,418 0 2,418 0 2,418 0 2,418 0 2,418 0 2,418 0 2,418 0 2,41B 0 2,41B 0 2 ,418 0 2,418 0 1. 331 495 543 0 3,904 0 13,653 0 10' 195 0 0 180 1 1'984 5,272 444 0 48,981 27. 129 0 9,916 0 7,824 54,339 25,410 160,381 80. 162 946 0 520 0 36,970 8,335 2,425 0 15. 124 7,432 0 6,434 560 0 3,378 0 0 1. 100 128 4,312 720 0 3,435 0 5,235 1. 621 5. 135 1. 745 Includes : Medical Complex, Florida Mental Health Institute, H Lee Moffitt Cancer Center/Research Institute, and Psychiatric Hospital. TOTAL GROSS SQ FT -----------2,880 2,880 2,880 2,880 2,880 2,880 2,980 2,880 2,880 2,880 2,8BO 2,880 2,880 2,880 1'946 576 4. 160 14,200 10,BOB 218 19,953 480 86,4"/5 9,916 7,824 93,237 294,522 1. 032 688 51. 336 2 ,520 27,67B 6 ,434 600 3,435 1. 100 4,815 760 3,510 7,3o3 7,353 197

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BUILDING NAME FMHI BUILDING G3 FOOD SERVICES BUILDING PHYSICAL PLANT BUILDING ADMINISTRATIVE AND RESIDENTIAL CHILD AND FAMILY STUDIES ACTIVITIES COMPLEX FMHI CLASSROOM NORTH FMHI -CLASSROOM SOUTH MOFFITT RSCH CTR-OPHTHALMOLOGY PSYCHIATRIC HOSP-DEPT OF PSYCH FORT MYERS CAMPUS ACTIVITIES AND RECREATION CTR ARECA HALL CENTRAL UTILITIES NORTHWEST TRANSITION ROYAL PALM HALL SABAL HALL SOUTH SOUTHWEST TRANSITION WEST SOUTHWEST TRANSITION W. THOMAS HOWARD HALL SARASOTA CAMPUS SARASOTA ANTliROPOLOGY LAB ART STUDIO A (TRAILER) ART STUDIO B (TRAILER) ART STUDIO C (TRAILER) ART STUDIO D (TRAILER) HAMILTON BOILER ROOM THE BARN BATH HOUSE CAPLES HOUSE CAPLES -FINE ARTS COMPLEX CAPLES GARAGE COLLEGE HALL LIBRARY COOK HALL (ADMIN-SOUTH HALL) COVERED WALKWAY C (SARASOTA) TRAILER DEVELOPMENT SARASOTA FITNESS CENTER WSFP TV/RADIO TRANSMITTER BLDG FT MYERS TRANS SHED (BON SPRG) UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING BLDG # 0136 0129 0130 0131 0132 0133 0140 0141 9208 9209 4010 4005 4008 4002 4001 4003 4006 4004 4007 3043 3053 3054 3055 3056 3026 3005 3037 3018 3060 3019 3001 3002 3059 3007 3052 8600 8601 FALL 1993 PF. MGZ MHA MHB MHC MHF MHH MHI MHJ MRCO PSHP ARC ARH CUB NOW RPH SAH sow wow WTH ANL ASA ASB ASC ASD BLR BRN BTH CAP CFA CGR CHL COH ewe DEV FCS FFP FFS ASSIGNABLE SQUARE FEET 4,418 14,627 13,543 121 ,442 8. 146 38,569 1. 091 1. 091 14,370 8,427 3,672 7,792 0 660 13 ,571 10,632 0 0 9,358 595 1. 286 1. 010 1. 295 1. 150 106 7 19 0 3,479 13,386 1. 542 10,635 5,908 0 893 6,646 1. 345 336 NONASSIGNABLE SQUARE FEET 1. 523 3,668 9. 211 67,686 2,251 12,704 30 30 0 2. 611 2,066 2. 1 22 1. 495 5,873 6,635 4,365 4. 189 4. 196 6 141 0 0 287 0 104 2 ,503 503 362 1. 201 7,303 498 7. 195 3,458 11. 492 0 788 99 0 198 TOTAL GROSS SQ FT 6,491 20,201 25,502 218,400 13,858 63,030 1. 232 1. 232 21. 561 12.41 2 6,407 10,690 1. 626 7,246 21. 454 16. 150 4,612 4,612 16. 713 652 1. 344 1. 344 1. 344 1 329 2,964 2,636 461 5,804 24,603 2,350 21. 441 12,047 11 492 939 8,380 1. 651 336

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLOR IDA PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY BUILDING FALL 1993 BLDG ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL BUILDING NAME # PFX SQUARE FEET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT -----------------------------------------------GREENHOUSE 3011 GRH 617 0 685 NATURAL SCIENCE -HANSON 3010 HAN 9,780 4. 116 14,429 HAMILTON CLASSROOMS 3022 HCL 8,468 4,806 15,399 HAMILTON CENTER 3021 HCT 15,354 5,795 24. 778 JANE BANCROFT COOK LIBRARY 3042 LBR 48,822 19 ,412 74,731 MARINE AQUARIUM BLOG-SARASOTA 3040 MAB 494 0 559 NAT SCI CHEMICAL STORAGE "A" 3057 NCA 194 0 200 NAT SCI CHEMICAL STORAGE B 3058 NCB 194 0 200 PEI DORM (EAST) 3025 PDE 16' 766 0 24,482 PEI DORM (SOUTH) 3024 POS 16,766 0 24,213 PEI DORM (WEST) 3023 POW 16 ,532 0 24,482 PHYSICAL PLANT -SARASOTA 3045 PHS 3,702 1. 305 5,350 PARKVIEW HOUSE/COUNSELING CTR 3012 PKV 1 712 158 1 870 PALMER "A" 3013 PMA 5,363 3,318 9. 411 PALMER "B" 3014 PMB 5,424 1. 21 2 8,230 PALMER "C" 3015 PMC 5,760 1'561 8,534 PALMER D 3016 PMD 5,693 1. 526 8,534 PALMER "E" 3017 PME 4,707 1. 929 8,230 PUMPHOUSE 3006 PMP 661 0 755 ROBERTSON HALLCARRIAGE HOUSE 3003 ROB 2,489 555 3,681 RING PLAZA BUILDING I 3034 RPA 1 '713 0 1 '740 RING PLAZA BUILDING I I 3036 RPB 2,664 0 3,024 RING PLAZA BUILDING I I I 3035 RPC 912 0 1' 155 NATURAL SCIENCE -SELBY 3009 SEL 8' 175 1 522 12,916 SOCIAL SCIENCE 3004 SSC 1' 146 308 1 '794 SUDA KOFF LECTURE & CONF CENTER 3041 SUD 8,542 1'846 12' 216 UTILITY -PUMPS 3008 UTL 0 175 194 VIKING MOTEL BOOKSTORE 3050 VBK 2,406 508 3' 184 VIKING MOTEL -BLDG A 3046 VKA 2,754 1'392 5,959 VIKING MOTEL -BLDG B 3047 VKB 1. 836 456 3,507 VIKING MOTEL -BLDG C 3048 VKC 2' 142 698 4,252 VIKING MOTEL -OFFICE 3049 VKO 566 86 1 ,646 VIKING MOTEL TWO-STORY 3051 VKT 9,352 1'680 15,472 ZINN BUILDING 3044 ZIN 11'563 689 13,395 ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS CAMPUS ACTIVITIES CENTER 2112 CAC 19,368 6,366 27,594 COQUINA t1ALL 2108 coo 19' 136 16. 112 40,397 CENTRAL UTILITY PLANT 2006 CUP 100 2,963 3 ,322 LOWELL E. DAVIS MEMORIAL HALL 2005 DAV 36,499 23,47D 69,738 HANEY LANDING -BOATHOUSE SHED 2117 HLB 120 0 120 HANEY LANDING -SAILBOAT SHED 2116 HLS 120 0 120 FIO LONGKEY SHED A -ST. PETE 2119 LOA 60 0 50 199

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BUILDING NAME FIO LONGKEY SHED "B"-ST. PETE FIO LONGKEY SHED "C"-ST. PETE FIO LONGKEY SHED "O"-ST. PETE MARINE SCIENCE LABORATORY MARINE SHOP & WAREHOUSE NEW POYNTER LIBRARY ST PETE OCEANOGRAPHIC RSCH BLD-ST PETE PIANOMAN BLDG ST PETERSBURG PLANT OPERATIONS/RECEIVING POWER HOUSE NELSON POYNTER L IBRARY PUBLIC SAFETY DEPARTMENT BUILDING "A" ST PETERSBURG BUILDING N ST PETERSBURG SOUR C E : RAP DB2Y3V BLDG UNIVERSITY OF SOUT H PHYSICAL FACILITIES BY FALL 1993 BLDG # PFX 2120 LOB 2121 LOC 2122 LOO 2047 MSL 2107 MSW 2124 NPL 2123 ORB 2118 PNM 2109 POR 2069 POW 2004 POV 2113 PSD 2115 SPA 2114 SPN 200 FLORIDA BUILDING ASSIGNABLE NONASSIGNABLE TOTAL SQUARE FEET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT --------------------------------60 0 60 60 0 60 48 0 48 52,265 21 959 81, 710 8,012 1 119 9 ,208 54,000 0 81. 000 32,889 0 49,000 3,240 1 968 5,520 5,920 2 ,375 8,916 0 966 1 100 2 3 ,305 2 ,844 34,869 1. 431 368 1. 799 1. 522 0 1. 755 4,636 484 5,500

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TAMPA CAMPUS Gymnasium USF Golf Course USF Riverfront Park Stadium Sun Dome Bicycle Facilities Baseball BasketballNolleyball Golf Handball/Racquetball Outdoor Swimming Parcourse Soccer and Football Softball Tennis Track University of South Florida RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY FACILITIES Fall 1993 facilities located in the Gymnasium building are: 1) Equipment Room 2) Dance Studio 4) Weight Training Room 5) Wrestling Room 7) Gymnastics Room 8) Fencing Room 3) Natatorium 6) Main Gym Area BasketballNolleyball/Badminton 9) Locker/Shower Rooms -eighteen-hole course with clubhouse facility located adjacent to the Tampa Campus riverfront picnic and recreati on area located on the Hillsborough River at Fletcher Avenue with equipment checkout for horseshoes, softball, volleyball, and canoeing -varsity soccer/football playing field, 400-meter track, concession facility seating in stands for 4,000 -the USF Sun Dome is a multi-purpose mass-seating facility with a seating capacity of approximately 11 ,000 which also accommodates intramural sports activity -all University sidewalks are available for use by bicyclists and there are over 550 bike racks in the parking lots. A bicycle shop administered by the Bicycle Club is located on the Tampa Campus Red McEwen field -four outdoor courts driving range and putting greens six three-walled outdoor courts -Andros and Argos pools -a 1 .4 mile fitness trail with 18 exercise stations six fields that serve as both soccer and football fields, one varsity playi ,ng field located in the Stadium -four fields -twenty-two courts located at Physical Education Building, Andros Complex and Varsity Tennis area -one 400-meter track, located in the Stadium 201

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FT MYERS CAMPUS Fort Myers Activities and Recreation Center SARASOTA CAMPUS Fitness Center Basketball/Volleyball Boating Outdoor Swimming Tennis ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS Campus Activities Center Outdoor Swimming USF Watercraft Program University of South Florida RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY FACILITIES (continued) Fall 1993 facilities located in the Activities and Recreation Center are: Indoor: 1) One Racquetball 2) Multipurpose Room Court 4) Fitness Room Outdoor: 1) Sandpit Volleyball Court 2) Basketball Hoop, Bocce Court, Horseshoe Pit -facilities located in the Fitness Center are: 1) Weight Training Room 2) Aerobic Room 4) Locker/Shower Rooms -one outdoor sandpit volleyball court, one outdoor basketball court 3) Locker/Shower Rooms 3) Fitness Trail 3) Two Racquetball Courts -three canoes, one catamaran, three windsurfers, two lasers, with bayfront access on campus -one outdoor pool one therapeutic whirlpool -two courts facilities located in the Campus Activities Center are : 1) Weight Training/ 2) Locker/Shower Rooms Aerobics Room -one outdoor pool 3) Main Gym Area -Basketball/ Volleyball/Badminton watercraft recreation area with four sloop-r i gged boats, three lasers, and two canoes available 202

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FINE ARTS EXHIBITION Theatre Lobby Gallery (TAT) Teaching Gallery (FAH 110) FINE ARTS PERFORMANCE Theatre 1 (TAT) Theatre 2 (THR) Music Recital Hall (FAH 101) Studio Theatre (TAR 120) University of South Florida PUBLIC EVENTS FACILITIES Fall 1993 Exhibition 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 Museum 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/Auditor i um Multi purpose mass-seating facility Ballroom/banquet room 14 Meeting/banquet rooms 850 sq. ft. 550 sq. ft. 552 seating capacity 250 seating capacity (maximum) 230 seating capacity 11 5 seating capacity (maximum) 400 120,000 10,000 sq. ft. 820 sq ft. 1,250 seating capacity 800 seating on floor (maximum) 11 ,000 seating capacity 800 seating on floor 300 seating capacity 10 -200 seating capacity 203

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UNIVERSITY TOTAL SARASOTA Residence Halls TAMPA Alpha Hall" Beta Hall Delta Hall Epsilon Hall" Eta Hall"" Gamma Hall Iota Hall Kappa Hall Lambda Hall Mu Hall Theta Hall"" Zeta Hall"" Village Housing Tampa Total Under renovation Converted to single occupancy SOURCE: USF Residence Halls and Auxiliary Services Un i versity of South Florida STUDENT HOUSING All Campuses Fall 1993 204 Occupancy Capacity 2,879 2,927 313 309 0 0 392 403 233 246 124 124 42 42 467 473 123 123 234 246 81 82 205 205 41 41 41 41 583 592 2,566 2 ,618

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Univers ity of South Flor ida MAJOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Total University PROJECTS IN PLANNING TAMPA Education Building II Program Education Building Expansion and Remodeling Program University Support Services Building Program PSY/CSD Lab Building Program Tampa Library Expansion Program Health Sciences Research College of Architecture Building Program Eye Institute Retrofit/Renovation Science Center Renovation FMHI Roof Repair/Asbestos Abatement/Restoration MASH/ROTC Facility Alumni House Chinsegut Manor House Restoration University Bookstore/Textbook Center Program Aging Studies Building Program Anchin Center Program Parking Garage Center for Urban Transportation Research WSFP Broadcast Faci lity Program FORT MYERS SARASOTA Campus Expans ion and Renovat ion ST.PETERSBURG Campus Expansion (New Libra ry/Remodel) Source: Facilities Planning Fall 1993 UNDER CONSTRUCTION Tampa Recreation/Sun Dome Addition Lifsey House WUSF Broadcast Facility Program Marine Science/DNA 205

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Section IX ADDITIONAL SERVICES Athletics Libraries Computer Facilities Non-Credit Activities Career Resource Center

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Athletic Director and Head Coaches Intercollegiate Athletic Director Baseball Basketball Paul Griffin Eddi e Cardieri Men Bobby Paschal Women Trudi Lacey Cross Country (Men & Women) Bob Braman Track & Field (Men & Women) Bob Braman Indoor and Outdoor Golf Men Women Soccer Softball (Women) Tennis Men Women Volleyball (Women) SOURCE: Intercollegiate Athletics Chuck Winship Susan Stump Jay Miller Hildred Deese Don Barr Sherry Bedingfield Perri Hankins Un i versity of South Florida INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Tampa Campus Fall 1993 The University of South Florida i s a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Metro Conference and competes in the Un i versity D i vision I level of competition in the following sports : Men's: Baseball Basketball Cross Country Golf Soccer Tennis Track (Indoor) Track (Outdoor) Women's : Basketball Cross Country Golf Softball Tennis Track (Indoor) Track (Outdoor) Volleyball 209

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Sport Baseball Basketball Cross Country!Track Golf Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball Total Intercollegiate Athlet ics Grants in-Aid University of South Florida INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS GRANTS-IN-AID 1993-94 Men $ 70,200 100,000 38 ,500 27,000 54.450 27,000 $317,150 SOURCE: 1993-94 USF Intercollegiate Athletic Budget 210 Women $ 125,000 38 ,500 36,000 55,000 48,000 72,000 $374,500

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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 Reflects 1993 Preliminary data Includes Media Center Tam12a* 1975 800,000 2,500 880,261 566,997 927,846 $5,132,705 University of South Flor i da LIBRARIES 1993-94 Tampa Campus Libraries FMHI Medical Lakeland 1974 1975 1991 10,664 125,000 28,000 27 350 150 14,744 119,010 2,376 13,000 36,254 1,879 634 N/A 2 ,065 $137,578 $1,406,439 $80,840 Regional Campus Librar i es Sarasota/ St. Ft. New College Petersburg Totals 1967 1985 1980 150,000 375,010 125,000 450 361 300 39,709 230,798 153,390 1,440,288 N / A 144,246 153,480 915,856 490,975 438,727 620,096 2,480,343 $285,333 $763,662 $717, 114 $8,523,671 211

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University of South Floride UNIVERSITY COMPUTING RESOURCES Total University Central Florida Regional Data Center Mainframes: IBM 3090 -300E with Vector Facility (VM/ESA -MVS/ESA) Host Processor: IBM RISC/6000 -550 and 950 Direct Access Storage: Over 200 Gb 20,000 Volumes Tape Storage: 1 6 3480 Cartridge Devices Printers: 3 IBM 4245 1 Xerox 3700 1 Xerox 4850 Operating Environments: CICS, VM/CMS, PHOENIX WYLBUR, 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 100 MEG FDDI Backbone Approximately 4,500 workstations attached via terminal controllers, protocol converters, LANS, distri buted processors, or dial -up facilities College of Arts & Sciences Minicomputers: Workstations: 4 Silicon Graphics 2 DEC PDP 4 DEC Vax 1 DEC 5000 23 Sun / Spare *Totals do not include UMSA resources 8 MicroVax 1 SGI Crimson Evans & Sutherland IBM 5520 Iris Indigo 2 Graphics 1, 1 1 3 Microcomputers SOURCE : Information Systems Services and CFRDC Fall 1993 College of Engineering Minicomputers: 2 RISC 6000 2 Intel Hypercube 1 T1 Explorer 1 Graphicon 9 DEC 3100 1 DEC 5100 1 DEC PDP/11 4 Stardent Titan 1 Iris x 2 Graphi cs Workstations 836 Microcomputers Other Campuses Minicomputers: 82 Sun/Spare 2 AT&T 6386 AT&T Star Server Workstations: 768 Microcomputers 2 Sun/Spare Other University-Based Resources Minicomputers: 2 AT&T 3B2 6 HP 9000 1 IBM AS400 1 IBM 9370 5 IBM System 36 1 LSI 1123 Workstations: 3,606 Microcomputers 1 7 Sun/Spare HP Apollo IBM 5520 1 Myrco-Tek 3000 3 Plessey PDP 1 1 1 RISC 6000 212

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SOURCE: CEU Report: FY 1992-93 University of South Florida THE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION 1992-93 NON-CREDIT CONTINUING EDUCATION Total Programs Conducted Total Registrants Continuing Education Units !CEUl Total CEUs Awarded Total CEUs Recorded Total CEUs Non-Fundable FTE Generated 1992-93 499 15,399 2,086.5 38.421.1 40,507.6 94.2 213

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TRAINING: Number of Duration De1:1artment Events Attendance In Hours AMH 55 1,854 158.5 CFS 78 4,653 297.5 CMH 107 3,084 1,002. 0 LMH 378 7,257 5,711.5 Other 1 20 1.5 Total 619 16,868 7, 171.0 CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS : Disci1:1line Certificates Addiction Professionals 9 Clinical Social Workers 86 Marriage and Family Therapists 14 Mental Health Counselors 65 Nurses 296 Nursing Home Administrators 24 Physicians 143 Psychologists 196 Total 833 SOURCE : FMHI University of South Florida FLORIDA MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE Activity Summary 1992-93 Fiscal Year DEPARTMENTS ADM FMHI Administration AMH -Department of Aging and Mental Health CFS -Department of Child and Family Studies CMH -Department of Community Mental Health LMH -Department of Law and Mental Health Contact Hours 5,806 30,414 18,827 107,699 30 162,776 Credits 85.00 811 .25 147.50 506.50 2,051.50 160.00 894.50 1,365.00 6,021.75 CONSULTATION : De1:1artment AMH CFS CMH LMH Other Total STUDENT PLACEMENT AT FMHI : De1:1artment ADM AMH CFS CMH LMH Total Total Graduate Students Total Undergraduate Students Number of Consults Partici1:1ants 44 315 501 5,528 21 165 12 232 5 54 583 6,294 1,032 13,496 9,977 9,619 580 34,704 76 41 Duration In Hours 210 8, 104 229 2, 115 28 10,686 214

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Number of Graduates 6, 141" No. Regis tered with Placement 1,453" University of South Florida CAREER RESOURCE CENTER Tampa Campus 1992-93 Placement Activities Percent Registered Organizations Listing Positions 23. 7 12, 189 Cooperative Education Activities On-Campus Recruitment Separate Interviews Conducted 79 Organizations Interviewing On-Campus 56 Total Student Interviews *" 568 Students Attending 2,420 Placement Statistics Organizations Interviewing On-Campus 240 Total Student Interviews 2,808 Special Events Employer Representatives Attending 428 Number of Students Fall, 1992 Spring, 1993 Summer Session, 1993 Excludes Nursing, Medicine, Public Health, and AA Degrees Most Cooperative Education Interviews are held off-campus SOURCE: Career Resource Center 1992-93 Annual Report In Field Training 135 138 162 On-Campus Study Total 141 276 158 296 135 297 Total Credentials 11,920 Companies Represented 222 2l5

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Section X GLOSSARY

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University of South Florida Fact Book Glossary Academic Year -The time period containing the academic sessions held during consecutive Summer, Fall and Spring semesters, currently May through April. In Florida, the Summer term is considered the first term in the school year followed by Fall and Spring semesters. Administrative and Professional !A&P> --Middle and upper level administrative and professional positions in the State University System. Board of Regents !BORI -A 13-member state board which governs the State University System (SUS). It is composed of the Commissioner of Education (ex officio), the Chancellor of the SUS, 1 2 Florida citizens appointed by the Governor to nine-year terms, and one SUS student appointed annually CIP !Classification of Instructional Programs! Discipline Codes These codes represent a nationally used, common taxonomy for the classification of higher education degree programs. The CIP classification describes content of the programs at three levels with each providing varying levels of detail Contracts and Grants !C&GI Budget -Sponsored research activities and federally funded educational grants. Degree Seeking Student -A student formally admitted to the university and pursuing a degree. Educational and General !E&GI Budget -A budget entity which provides instructional programs leading to formal degrees, and for research and public service programs. Faculty --A person appointed to a position defined by the Board of Regents Personnel Classification system as faculty; categories include Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, and Instructor. The collective bargaining agreement currently in force includes in the faculty population all Developmental Research School (university lab school) personnel, all University Librarian classifications, staff physicists, and the President First Professional Student --At USF, a student working for an M. D Fiscal Year -A 12-month period running from July 1 through the following June 30. Florida Endowment Trust Fund for Eminent Scholars --The Trust Fund established in the State Treasury for Eminent Scholars provides the opportunity for each state university to match and receive challenge grants to create endowments for selected eminent scholars to occupy Chairs within the university. FTIC !First-time-in-college) --An entering freshman, or, a first year student. Any student entering with less than 1 2 hours of college credit is classified as FTIC. Full Time Equivalent !FTE) Employee --A numerical designator for an appointment based on 100% for full time (40 hours). An FATE for a full-time employee is 1 .00. (Two people each serving in half-time faculty positions would equal together, one FATE faculty position Full-Time Equivalent !FTE) Student --A measure of student enrollment based on the number of student credit hours for which students enroll. Full-Time undergraduate = 15 hours (Fall and Spring Terms), 1 0 hours (Summer Term). Full-Time graduate = 12 hours (Fall and Spring Terms), 8 hours (Summer Term). 219

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Full-Time Filled Position -A position in which a person or persons are appointed for a total FATE of 1 .00. Major Field of Study --Students are classified as majors according to their selection of a primary field of study. This field must be selected for BOR approved programs and university approved majors within each degree program. Operating Budget --An expenditure plan developed for each fiscal year. The plan must conform to the annual allocation/appropriation and list estimated expenditures by budget category for the year. Other Personnel Services (OPS) -This is one of two sources of salary funds. Persons paid from OPS are performing temporary work of some nature. There is no continuing obligation on the part of the state toward persons on OPS appointments. Person Years --A budgeting term based on position-budgeted weeks of activity, position portion of effort, and actual number of weeks and portions thereof in the current fiscal year. Preliminary Headcount Enrollment -The enrollment taken from the official data files of the university approximately six weeks after the beginning of each term. This figure includes all students, fundable and non-fundable, who are on the Student Data Course File as submitted to the Board of Regents. Service Area -Area designated by the Board of Regents as the portion of the state to which the university provides academic services. USF has a fifteen county service area. State Fundable Credit Hours ISFSCHI -Those student credit hours for which the University receives funding from the state. Student -A person who has actively entered into a relationship with an academic program of the University in an officially recognized capacity. 220 Student Course Loads -Undergraduate students are classified on the basis of semester hours earned as follows: Freshman (0-29 hours), Sophomore (35-59 hours, Junior (60 to 89 hours), Senior 90 hours or more). Graduate students are any students admitted to a graduate program. Unclassified are any students not yet admitted to a degree program. Other unclassified students are Transient and High School Students. Student Data Course File -Computer file containing enrollment data for every student registered in a term. Student Headcount Enrollment -The absolute number of individual students enrolled at a specified time. SUS -State University System of Florida Tenure --The condition attained by a faculty member through highly competent scholarly activities which assures the faculty member security of employment and immunity from reprisals or threats due to an intellectual position or belief which may be unpopular, and which guarantees annual reappointment for that faculty member until voluntary resignation, retirement, or removal for adequate cause. Unclassified Student --A student who is not formally admitted to a degree program; and thus, not degree-seeking. Undeclared Student -A degree seeking student who has neither declared a major, nor been admitted to a limited access program. Unduplicated Headcount --Headcount which includes only one count for each student who is simultaneously enrolled in courses on any two or more campuses. University Support Personnel System (USPS) -A Board of Regents pay plan and personnel system for support personnel (excluding A&P and Faculty) within the State University System of Florida.


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