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University of South Florida Tampa St. Petersburg Sarasota Fort Myers Lakeland 1994 1995 Fact Book Office of Resource Analysis and Planning SVC 5022 4202 E. Fowler Avenue Tampa, Florida 33620 (813) 974-2450 DDFACAA@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

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University of South Florida 1994-95 Fact Book PREFACE The Uni versity 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 emphas i s upon instruction research and public service USF enrolls over 36,000 students annually in 85 undergraduate disciplines 90 masters and specialist programs, and 23 doctoral programs including the M D The University includes nine colleges is located on five 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, faculty staff programs, and financial and physical resources The information selected for inclusion reflects the questions most frequently asked by the University's many publics. This edition completes our two-year effort to upgrade the quality and usefulness of the Fact Book by making revisions in terms of appearance, organization, content and printing quality The staff of the Office of Resource Analysis and Planning sincerely thanks the many offices and people that contributed to the development of this twelfth 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 1994-95 FACT BOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION I University History INTRODUCTION: HISTORY AND HISTORICAL TRENDS History .................................... 3 University Presidents . . . . . . 4 Campus Acquisition . . . . . . 5 Historical Trends Student Enrollment . . . . . . 6 Personnel . . . . . . . . 7 Degrees Awarded . . . . . . 8 Budget ................................... 9 Facilities . . . . . . . . 1 O SECTION II CURRENT UNIVERSITY CHARACTERISTICS USF's Vision and Values . . . . . . 13 Fall 1994 University Highlights ..... : . . . . 14 Organization Chart . . . . . . . 15 USF Personnel by Organization ................... 16-21 Service Areas SUS Service Area Map . . . . . 22 SUS Service Area Highlights . . . . 23 USF as Part of SUS . . . . . . 24 USF Service Area General Information . . 25 USF Enrollment by County/Service Area . . 26 Alumni Demographics & Statistics ....... ... ....... 27 Libraries ....................................... 28 Computing Resources . . . . . . . 29 Intercollegiate Athletic Organizations . . . . 30 Institutes and Centers ............................ 31-32 Florida Mental Health Institute . . . . . 33 Career Resource Center . . . . . . 34 SECTION Ill STUDENT PROFILE Gender and Ethnicity Headcount Distribution . . 37 Geographic Origin of Students County of Origin . . . . . . . 38 State of Origin . . . . . . . 39 Country of Origin . . . . . . 40

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Incoming Students History of New Degree Seeking Students . . 41 Applied, Accepted & Enrolled . . . . 42 New Student Demographics . . . . 43 New Student Headcount: By College (All Campuses) ............ 44-56 Off-Campus ........................ 57-58 By Campus & By Col. w/in Campus ..... 59-69 SECTION IV ENROLLMENT Headcount Total University .................................. 73 Total University by College (All Campuses) .......... 74-86 Total Univ by Campus & by College w/in Campus ..... 87-97 Off-Campus .................................. 98-99 Night Versus Day by College ................... 100-101 Night Versus Day by Campus . . . . . 102 FTE and Student Credit Hours (SCH) Annual FTE and Funded Student Credit Hours: Total University Summary . . . . 103 Total University by College ............... 104-105 Total University E&G by Campus . . . 106 Tampa Campus by College . . . . 107 Fall Funded Student Credit Hours: Total University Summary . . . . 108 Total University E&G by Campus .......... 109-110 Total University E&G by College . . 111-112 Tampa Campus by College . . . . 113 SECTION V COURSES AND DEGREES Courses E&G Fundable Sections: Total University ........................ 117-118 By Campus & College within Campus . 119-127 Off Campus Course Sections . . . . 128 Degrees List of Degree Programs Offered ................ 129-131 Number of Degree Pgms and Degrees Awarded . 132 Ten-Year History of Degrees Awarded ............... 133 Accreditation Review Statement . . . . . 134 SECTION VI FACULTY & STAFF Total University Employee Headcount Instructional Personnel Full-Time Instructional Faculty: 137 Total University Summary . . . . 138 Summary by College and by Campus . . 139 Detail by College/Division (All Campuses) . 140-151 Detail by Campus . . . . . 152-156 Part-Time Instructional Faculty: Total University Summary . . . . 157 Detail by College and by Campus . . . 158 Adjunct Faculty: Total University Summary . . . . 159 Detail by College and by Campus . . . 160 Graduate Assistants: Total University Summary . . . . 161

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Detail by College and by Campus . . . 162 Full-Time Faculty Salary Information ............. 163-165 Non-Instructional Personnel Full-Time Non-Instructional Faculty: Total University . . . . . . 166 Academic Areas by College and by Campus . 167 Part-Time Non-Instructional Faculty: Total University . . . . . . 168 Academic Areas by College and by Campus . 169 Librarians: Total University . . . . . . 170 Detail by College and By Campus . . . 171 A&P Employees: Total University . . . . . . 172 Academic Areas by College and by Campus . 173 Full-Time Support Personnel Total University ........................... 174 Total University by College and by Campus . 175 SECTION VII AWARDS & HONORS National Merit & Achievement Scholars . . . 179 Endowed Chairs ............................. 180-181 Student Financial Aid Awards ................... 182-184 Student Financial Aid History . . . . . 185 Intercollegiate Athletics Grants-In-Aid . . . 186 Summary of Research Awards . . . . . 187 SECTION VIII FISCAL RESOURCES State Appropriations for Education . . . . 191 Operating Budget . . . . . . . 192 Operating Budget by Budget Entity . . . . 193 Sources and Uses of Current Funds . . . . 194 Summary of Authorized Person-Year Positions . . 195 Student Generated Sources Activity & Service Fee Budget . . . . . 196 Student Tuition and Fee Rates by Campus . . 197 Sources of Research Funds . . . . . 198 Foundations & Alumni Affairs . . . . . 199 Auxiliary Enterprises Budget . . . . . 200 SECTION IX PHYSICAL RESOURCES Total University Summary by Site . . . . 203 Total University Square Footage by Space Category .... 204 Facilities by Building within Campus .............. 205-216 Age of Buildings . . . . . . . . 217 Classroom Utilization . . . . . . . 218 Weekly Average Classroom Usage ................. 219 Special Use Facilities Recreational Facilities by Campus .......... 220-221 Public Events Facilities at Tampa Campus . 222 Student Housing Facilities by Campus . . 223 Current Major Construction Projects . . . . 224 SECTION X GLOSSARY ............. 227-228

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Section I INTRODUCTION University History Historical Trends

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USF, the 18th largest university in the United States and the second largest in Florida is a comprehensive metropolitan research institution that was founded by the state Legislature in 1956 The University opened its doors to 1 997 students in 1960 in Tampa its first and largest campus. Since then, USF has added four branch campuses and has expanded to more than 36, 000 students The University offers nearly 200 undergraduate and advanced degrees including the M D The average SAT score for entering freshmen is nearly 1,050, the average ACT is approximately 23 and the mean high school grade poi nt average is 3 .25. USF students come from all 50 states and some 80 foreign nations The student body includes more than 60 national merit and achievement scholars Nearly one out of every five USF students is a racial or ethnic minority The University has nearly 190 affiliated student organizations and clubs including 25 fraternities and sororities Groundbreaking for a fraternity/sorority "row" took place in fall of 1993 Roughly 1 900 faculty and some 2 860 full-time staff work at USF More than 70 percent of the faculty hold doctorate or terminal degrees Sponsored research by USF faculty has grown rapidly in recent years, up from $20 million annually in the late 1980s to a record high of $65 million by the end of Fiscal Year 1992-93 Faculty work has gained national and international recognition in the areas of accounting education engineering marine science, performing and visual arts and medical research-including Alzheimer s disease immunology cancer and nutrition USF also has 45 endowed chairs in a variety of disciplines ranging from architecture to swallowing disorders Faculty serve in nine colleges: Arts and Sciences Business Administration Education Engineering, Fine Arts, Medicine New College Nursing and Public Health The Tampa campus still serves as the ma i n campus and boasts an enrollment of more than 28, 000 USF St. Petersburg was established second, followed by USF Sarasota USF Fort Myers and USF Lakeland All told the University occupies 1,904 acres 1,700 of which make up the Tampa campus More than 300 buildings are spread across the five campuses, with ongoing new construction and expansion of e x isting facilities pushing the total higher every year. New College, the state s Honors College at USF Sarasota, was named the nation s best value among both public and private institutions in 1994 by Money magazine s special "Money Gui de" issue It was also named the best small liberal arts college in the country USF Tampa boasts an outstanding four-year honors program and honors dorm. F i rst-year students entering that program bring an average GPA of 3 .75 and an average SAT score approaching 1,300 Graphicstudio, USF s cutting-edge art studio and reproduction facility is the only university art program to have its collection archived at Washington's National Gallery of Art USF s Suncoast Area Teaching Training Program is one of the nation's five most innovative teaching programs, as rated by the Educational Testing Service USF St. Petersburg is home to the U S Geological Survey Coastal Erosion Center and the Florida Institute of Oceanography, both nationally leading institutions in the area of marine science research And USF medical faculty run Tampa General Hospital's Level I Trauma Center, one of the most advanced emergency facilities of its kind in Florida Besides Tampa General the College of Medicine has affiliation agreements with four area hospitals USF athletic teams have charted strong success in recent years winning nine of 14 Sun Belt Conference Commissioner s Cups before joining the Metro Conference in 1991. The men s basketball team has recently participated in the NCAA and NIT tournaments The USF student newspaper the Oracle has consistently been voted "best U S college daily in the Southeast" by the Society of Professional Journal i sts. SOURCE USF OFFICE OF MEDIA RELATIONS & PUBLICATIONS UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 3

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Present (Jan 1995) "' Jan 1994-USF'S PRESIDENTS Present and Past Jul 1993-Robert Bryan (interim) Feb 1988-Francis T. Borkowski established Campaign USF USF named among top 100 research institutions John Lott Brown established 38 new degree programs developed 3 major hospitals on campus including the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center Jan established Fort Myers regional campus Sep 1977 -,.__ .... -..., Sep 1976,.......-'"--.,, ... ., .. _&.. Carl Riggs (acting) Feb 1971-Sep 1970....---Jun 1957-William Reece Smith, Jr. (interim) M. Cecil Mackey organized USF into a system of colleges with deans established regional campuses developed USF library Harris W. Dean (interim) John Stuart Allen (USF's founding President) UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Current President: Betty Castor (USF's first woman president) 1994 HIGHLIGHTS Academic Program Improvements new library funds and future funding formulae independent designation of architecture new Carnegie Foundation Rank: Research University II successful SACS accreditation review establishment of 21st Century Vision: Becoming a University of Choice Student Services Improvements creating a student body reflective of the community new student ID card operation initiatives to ensure gender equity in athletics record-breaking student scholarship funds Community Awareness and Involvement completion of the Lifsey House evaluation of USF's billion-dollar annual impact on the Tampa Bay area USF's $6 million contribution of volunteer services to region USF's commitment to United Way campaign development of distance learning initiatives Other Milestones formation of USF Leadership Council development of Vision and Value statements 4

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USF CAMPUS ACQUISITION Tampa Campus main campus founded 1956 first classes 1960 includes Health Sciences complex (founded 1975) St. Petersburg Campus founded 1965 first classes 1968 includes Marine Science (founded 1968) Sarasota Campus founded 1975 first classes 1975 includes New College (voted "Nation's Best Value" in 1993 & 1994 by Money Magazine) Lakeland Campus founded 1987 first classes 1987 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Fort Myers Campus founded 197 4 first classes 1974 HENDRY COLLIER 5

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..... c ::J 0 (.) "'O (1j Q) I ..... c Q) "'O ::J Cl:> 40,000-30,000-20,000-10,000-0-USF HISTORICAL TRENDS USF Full-Time and Part-Time Student Enrollment II FullTime Part Time --+-Total ------36, 058 32,360 Total Headcount "----Y S ,054 17 922 1239 1960/61 1970/71 1980/81 1990/91 1994/95 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 6

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USF HISTORICAL TRENDS Personnel 2,000--Support (USPS) (\1 1,842 Q) >-c 1,608 Faculty 0 1,560 (/) 1,500-.._ 1,417/ Q) a.. "'O Q) -Q) Cl "'O 1,039 ::::J 1,000-(/) Q) Q) >-0 a. E w 500-0 Administrative & .._ --------318 352 Q) Professional (A&P) .0 202 E ::::J 109 142 z 30 85 0 I 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91 1994-95 Number of Employees (in Budgeted Person-Years) Year 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91 1994-95 Notes Values are budgeted Faculty 108.5 834.2 1,039.4 1,559.5 1,608.1 person-years. E&G, FMHI, and Health Sciences are included. Administrative & Professional (A&P) 30.0 85.0 142.0 318.2 352.2 SOURCE: USF Operating Budget, 1994-95 Support (USPS) 202.0 822.0 1,417.0 1,936.5 1,841.6 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 7

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Professiona l PhD/EdD Masters/Eds D Bachelor s 1960-61 1970-71 Level of Degree Bachelors Masters/Eds PhD/EdD Professional Total SOURCE: RAP123 I B5B14DEGOO USF HISTORICAL TRENDS Degrees Awarded 1980-81 Academic Year 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 0 2,874 3 925 0 602 887 0 1 38 0 0 93 0 3,477 4,943 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLOR I D A FACTBOOK 1994-95 7 ,000 6 ,000 "O Q) "E 5 ,000 t1l 3: <( VJ 4 ,000 Q) Cl Q) 3,000 Cl 0 Bachelors (i; 2,000 .0 E :::i z 1 ,000 0 1990-91 1993-94 1990-91 1993-94 4 804 5,292 1 309 1623 78 121 86 92 6,277 7,128 8

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500 -400 -.!Q 0 -0 0 300 -c 200 --Q) Ol -0 &: 100 1960-61 E&G Operating Budget TOTAL Budget SOURCE: USF Operating Budget 1994-95 usF HISTORICAL TRENDS Budget 1970-71 1960-61 2,197,300 2,434,800 1980-81 Budget Year 1970-71 389 E & G Operating Budget 1990-91 1994-95 1980-81 1990-91 1994-95 25,304,600 62,192,000 175,740,900 198,531,105 38,385,400 114,884,800 388,560,900 449,945,967 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 9

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USF HISTORICAL TRENDS Facilities Number of Buildings (use scale at left of graph} 329 300 1980 Acquired l 9 Sarasota & Fort Myers 8 en campuses and c: the Health 7 g (f) Science Center E Cl 200 --s.2 6 c: c: 32 5.7--Cl> s 1970 Acquired St. 5 O> CD ca -Pete campus & 1990 Acquired 0 0 0 ..... residential facilities. Lakeland campus 4 u. Cl> .0 and the H. Lee Cl> E ..... ca ::i 100 Moffitt Cancer & 3 ::i z er Chronic Disease Cf) Gross Square Footage 2 (f) Center (f) in millions e 1 Cl (use scale at right of graph) 0 1970 1980 1990 1994 Year 1960 1970 1980 1990 1994 Number of Buildings 10 73 148 283 329 Total Gross Square Footage 267,917 2,003,797 3,569,343 5,707 113 6,184 135 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 10

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Section II CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS Fall Highlights Organizational Chart and Personnel USF and SUS Service Area Statistics Libraries, Computer Facilities, Athletics Institutes and Centers

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VISION AND VALUES STATEMENTS Vision Statement The University of South Florida is committed to being the University of Choice for those seeking a nationally recognized learning community. We will be the first choice for those seeking a creative and innovative environment characterized by openness and built on mutual respect and recognition of the strength that results from an inclusive student body faculty, and staff. We will be the first choice of students seeking an intellectually challenging environment that demands excellence in critical thinking and academic performance. We will be the first choice of scholarly teachers who personally place great value on developing every student's full intellectual and creative potential. We will be the first choice of faculty and students uncompromisingly devoted to extending the frontiers of knowledge to solve urban, national and global problems. We will be the first choice of public and private enterprises seeking to establish significant partnerships that will create benefits for the citizens of Florida and the nation. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Values Statement The University of South Florida values: excellence in teaching, research, service, and support activities free exchange of ideas in the spirit of academic freedom and professional responsibility contributions to the greater understanding and resolution of societal problems an open and trusting environment in which individuals can expect ethical treatment and civility in all interactions human diversity, pluralism, and community shared governance teamwork, and collaboration in decision making personal committment and contribution to the university's greater good individual growth and development 13

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FALL 1994 HIGHLIGHTS STUDENT HEADCOUNT ------------------------------------------------------------------------------Undergraduate 23,622 Graduate 6,278 TOTAL 36 058 __________________________________________________________ __ Faculty 1 980 A&P 503 Support 2,293 TOTAL 10 293 Bachelors 5 292 Masters 1,601 Doctoral 121 Specialist 22 Professional 92 TOTAL 7,128 LIBRARY VOLUMES Tampa St. Petersburg Fort Myers PHYSICAL FACILITIES 944 850 159,249 40,908 Health Sciences 123,069 FMHI 13,350 Sarasota 240,080 Lakeland 2,376 TOTAL 1,523,878 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------Five Campuses 1 960 Total Acres 329 Total Buildings 6.1 Million Total Gross Square Feet Note : Some of the values i ncluded in the TOTALS are not shown on th i s page. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 14

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Director ntercollegiate Athletics Vice President Student Affairs Associate VP Governmental Relations ORGANIZATION CHART Fall 1994 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Information I Technologies _J Physical Plant Public Safety L University Budgets -----Voce President Human Resources & Diversity 15

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT President .......... .... ........... . ............... BETTY CASTOR General Counsel . . . . . . . . . NOREEN SEGREST Executive Director Planning Budgets and Information Technology . . . LAUREY STRYKER Director Intercollegiate Athletics ........................... PAUL GRIFFIN Director Governmental Relations ...................... KATHY BETANCOURT Inspector General . . . . . . . . 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 Director 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 . . . . . . . . . JEAN R. LINDER Associate Provost . . . . . . . TENNYSON J WRIGHT Associate Vice President . . . . . . BERNARD A MACKEY Assistant Vice President ....... ......................... CAROL J ROLF Directors : Academic Budgets . . . . . . . . GARY M STEPHENS Academic Computing . . . . . . . . .J. A. LLEWELLYN Academic Program Planning and Review ....... ..... KATHLEEN M MOORE Collective Bargaining . . . . . . . . PHILLIP L. SMITH Florida Institute of Oceanography . . . . . . JOHN C. OGDEN Florida Policy Exchange Center on Ag ing . . . . LARRY POLIVKA Institute on Black Life . . . . . . . . JUEL H SMITH International Affairs Center . . . . . . . MARK T ORR Public Broadcasting ................ ....... .......... JAMES B HECK University Library . . . . . . . . SAM FUSTUKJ I AN Dean . . . . . . . . ... ROLLIN C. RICHMOND Associate Dean Academic Affairs . . . . . MARK AMEN Associate Dean Faculty Development .. .................... DAVID STAMPS Assoc i ate Dean Operations & Planning . . . . MARILYN MYERSON UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 College of Arts and Sciences Coordinator Advising ................................ CARMEN BURTON Coordinator Advising . . . . . . . . ALBERT LATINA Director Computing . . . . . . . . MARCELO VERA Director, Budgets . . . . . . . . NANCY SERRANO Director Development Office (Acting) ..................... SUZANNE MOORE Director Health Professions Advising & Medical Technology . CAROLE HENDRY Chairpersons : Anthropology .............................. ... SUSAN GREENBAUM Biology . . . . . . . . . . . JOHN ROMEO Chemistry (Acting) .................. .... ...... ... ... JACK FERNANDEZ Communication ................. ........... ...... ARTHUR BOCHNER Communication Sciences & Disorders . . . . ARTHUR M GUILFORD Criminology . . . . . . . . . WILLIAM R. BLOUNT Economics . . . . . . . . . . MARK WILSON English . . . . . . . . . . WILLIAM T ROSS Geography . . . . . . . . ROBERT AANGEENBRUG Geology . . . . . . . . . . MARK T STEWART Gerontology (Acting) . . . . . . . . WILEY MANGUM Government & International Affairs . . . . . MICHAEL T GIBBONS History . . . . . . . . . . ROBERT T. INGALLS Humanities & American Studies ........................... AMY J SPARKS Marine Science .................... ......... ....... PETER J BETZER Mathematics .................... .... ..... .......... RICHARD STARK Philosophy . . . . . . . . . . WILLIS TRUITT Physics . . . . . . . . SWAMINATHA SUNDARAM Psychology ............... ..... . ............. EDWARD L. LEVINE Rehabilitation Counseling . . . . . . . . JOHN RASCH Relig i ous Studies ................................. DARRELL FASCHING Sociology . . . . . . . . . . DOUGLAS HARPER Women s Studies ..................................... JANICE SNOOK D i rectors : African & Afro-Amer i can Studies Program .. ................ NAVITA JAMES Biomolecular Sciences Institute for . . . . MARY JANE SAUNDERS Institute of Government ............................ ...... VIRGINIA ROO English Language Institute (Acting) ................. ..... RICHARD TAYLOR Mass Communications School of (Acting) ...................... DAN BAGLEY Modern Languages & Linguistics Division of . . . . ROGER COLE Library & Information Sciences, School of ................ KATHLEEN McCOOK Social Work School of . . . . . . . . JEAN AMUSO 16

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL College of Business Administration Dean . . . . . . . . . JAMES L. PAPPAS Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Studies ROBERT L. ANDERSON Associate Dean and D ir ector of Undergraduate Studies . THOMAS E. NESS Associate Dean for P u blic Affairs . . . . RICHARD T. BOWERS Chairpersons : School of Accoun tancy ... ........... ...... .......... ROBERT M KEITH Economics . . . . . . . JOHN W. ROWE, JR. Finance ............... .. RICHARD L. MEYER Information Systems and Decision Sciences ................... PAUL CHENEY Management . . . ROBERT L. ANDERSON Marketing (Acti ng ) . . . . . . . WILLIAM B LOCANDER Directors : Director o f MBA Programs . . ....... STEVEN A. BAUMGARTEN Center for Economic and Managemen t Research RICHARD J McHUGH Center for Professiona l Development . . . CHERYL BARBANO Institute of Banking and Finance . . . . JAMES L PAPPAS Small Business Development Cent er ... W. SCOTT FARIS College of Education D e an . . . . STEVE PERMUTH Associate Dean Admini s t r ati o n . . . . . H EDWIN STEINER Associ ate Dean Programs . . CONSTANCE V HINES Assi stant Dean Student Academic Services . . . . JANE YOUNG Assi stant Dean Education / Business Partne r sh i ps . . . DICK J PUGLISI Chairpersons : Adult and Vocational Education .............................. BILL BLANK Childhood / Language Arts/Reading Educat i on . . SHIRLEY RAINES Educa tio na l Leade r sh i p . . . DON ORLOSKY Educat i ona l Mea s urement and Research . BRUCE HALL Music Education . . . . . . ..... CHRIS DOANE Psychological and Social Foundations . . MICHAEL CURTIS School of Phys i cal Education Wellne s s & S p orts Studies . LOUIS BOWERS Secondary Education ( Interim ) . . . . BILL BLANK Special Education . . . . . . JAMES L. PAUL Directors: Center for Advanced Instruct i on Through Technology ANDRIA TROUTMAN BARBARA KAZANIS .. ... ......... JAN McCARTHY JACK GRISHAM JAMES W. BARNARD Center for Arts & Human De v e l opment Cente r for Ch ild and Family Studies Cente r s of Emphasis Children s Cente r UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 College of Education, continued David C. Anchin Center for Advancement of Teach i ng .... WILLIAM KATZENMEYER Educational Research Center for Child Development ( Child Care) . . .. NANCY RATCLIFF Florida Center for Instructional Computing ( Acting) ANDREA A. TROUTMAN Graduate Programs . . . . CONSTANCE V HINES Grants and Contracts . . . . . LILLIAN BAUTISTA-MYERS Greater Tampa Bay Special Education Consortium . . MICHAEL CHURTON Institute for At-Risk Infants Children and Youth and Their Famil i es ............... . ... CAROLYN LAVEL Y Institute for Instructional Research and Practice ...... ..... CAROLYN LAVELY National Resource Center for Middle Grades/High School Education . . . . . SANDRA SCHURR Program Review . . . . . . . JUDY R. WILKERSON School Management Institute . . . . . . KAROLYN J SNYDER South Florida Educational Planning Council . . . . DICK J PUGLISI Stavros Center for Free Enterprise and Economic Education . DICK J PUGLISI SunCoast Area Teacher Training (SCATT) Program ..... JOYCE SWARZMAN SCATT Center for Excellence . . . . . CONSTANCE V HINES Teacher Evaluation and Assessment Center . . . . DON PETERSON Upward Bound . . . . . . . . . RICHARD PRIDE College of Engineering Dean ( Interim ) .................... ... ...... ... MELVIN W. ANDERSON Associate Dean for Academics ...................... MELVIN W ANDERSON Associ ate Dean for Computer Applications . . . J.A. LLEWELLYN Associate Dean for Research (interim) ......... ROBERT P CARNAHAN Assistant Dean . . . . . . . . ANDREW J BARRETT Chairpersons : Chemical Eng i neering . . . . . . . RICHARD GILBERT Civil Engineer i ng and Mechanics . . ... WAYNE ECHELBERGER Computer Science and Engineering . . . . ABRAHAM KANDEL Electrical Engineering ............. ................ ... E.K. STEFANAKOS Industr i al and Management Systems Eng i neering . . PAUL E. GIVENS Mechanica l Engineering . . . . . . RONALD HOWELL Directors : Center for M i croelectronics Research (Interim) . ROBERT CARNAHAN Center for Urban Transportation Research . . . GARY BROSCH Development . . . . . . .... JoANN ALESSANDRINI Florida Engineering Education Delivery Systems . . ANDREW BARRETT Minority Enginee r ing Education Delivery System ..... ....... JOY A. O SHIELDS Southern Technology Applicat i ons Center .............. W. LES CAHOON 17

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL College of Fine Arts Dean . . . . ..................... JOHN L. SMITH JR. Associate Dean for Admin i stration . . . . . JOHN W. COKER Associate Dean for Student and Academic Affairs ...... .... ............ TBA Chairpersons : Dance .. Music ... ................................... TIMOTHY WILSON . JACK HELLER DENIS CALANDRA WALLACE WILSON Theatre ...... Visual Arts .. Directors : Institute for Research in Art/GraphicStudio . . HANK HINE USF Contemporary Art Museum . . . . MARGARET MILLER Development . . . . . . TBA Events Administration . . . . . . CARL MUSSON Fine Arts Production . . . . . . . . PARTICK FINELLI Florida Mental Health Institute Dean ..... MAX C. DERTKE Associate Dean ......... . . .. CATHERINE BATSCHE Assistant Dean .......... ................. CYNTHIA J STARK Director Administration ....................... ......... FRANCIS PARIS Chairpersons: Aging and Mental Health .................... Child and Family Studies .............. Community Mental Health ... Mental Health Law and Policy Directors: DONNA COHEN . ROBERT FRIEDMAN . MICHAEL KNOX JOHN PETRILA Florida Aut ism 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 & Tra i ning Center for Children s Mental Health . . . . . . . ROBERT FRIEDMAN The USF Center for HIV Education and Research .............. MICHAEL KNOX University Head Start . . . . . . . . JOLEANA FERRO UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Graduate School Dean (Interim) DONNA L. DICKERSON Instructional Quality and Innovation Dean (In terim) Associate Dean Directors : Evaluation and Testing ......... Honors Program/Exchange Programs ... Military/ROTC : Air Force ROTC ... Army ROTC ...... STUART SILVERMAN W. JACK CROCKER TERESA FLATEBY ......... STUART SILVERMAN MAJOR MICHAEL J TAVERES MAJOR PATRICIA B. LARSON Division of Learning Technologies Director KENNETH STANTON Directors : Associate Director Audio Visual Media Services/ITFS DELMA RODRIGUEZ Assistant Director . . . . . JIM HASKINS Open University . . . . . . . . TOM WILSON Dean (Interim) Directors: School of Continuing Education ..... ............. ......... RICHARD TAYLOR Adm ini stration ............... ... .. .. ... .......... W. LYNN ROBERTS Community Music ............................. JUDITH CATALDO Conferences and Institutes . . . . . . LAURA ELLENBURG Lifelong Learning .......... ........ .... . LAGRETTA LENKER Marketing . . . . . . . . . . NAN KUTCHER Mediation . . . . . . . . . . GREG FIRESTONE Overseas Study ........................................ JULIE HALE Senior Programs ......................... .. ........ LEE LEAVENGOOD Special Programs (PACE/Merit) . . . . . . CAROL HARNEIT 18

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL MEDICAL AFFAIRS Health Sciences Center Vice P r es i den t for H ealth Science s MARVI N R. DUNN E x ecu tiv e Assoc iat e V ic e P r es i d ent for Hea l t h Sciences . GREGORY R NICOLOS I Assoc i ate Vice Pres i den t for Cl i n i cal Affairs . . JAMES E. HARTF I ELD Assoc i ate V i ce P r esident for Deve l opment and Alumn i Affa irs RANKIN P HARRIS Associate V i ce President fo r Health Sc i ences Planning . . DAN I EL G ZABEL Associate V i ce Presiden t for Heal t h Affairs ......... ......... TBA Associate V i ce President for Legal / Institutional Affa irs . BRYAN S BURGESS Assistant Vice President fo r Health Affairs ( Acting ) . . JOHN P LISTON D irectors : Laboratory Animal Medicine . . . L OUIS R. NELSON Health Sciences Cent e r Library . . BEVERLY SHATTUCK Personnel ........ .... .... ........ ....... SUZANNE M FLAIG Physical Plant ( As sistant Dir e ctor) ... ............. GEORGE R. CHAVEZ Pub l ic Affairs . . . . . WILLIAM W. BULGER Suncoast Gerontology Center .................. ..... ERIC A. PFEIFFER College of Medicine Dean of the College of Medicine . . . . . MARVI N R. DUNN Associate Dean and P r esident of Faculty Practice Plan RICHARD P HOFFMAN Associate Dean for Bay Pines V.A. Medical Center ............ ARTHUR J. LEWIS Associate Dean fo r Clin ic al Affa irs . . . . . . PETER J. FABRI Assoc i ate Dean for Clinical Educa t ion Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute . . . . JOHN HORTON Assoc i ate Dean for Continuing Medical Education . . JAMES E. HARTFIELD Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs . . . . . ANTHONY J READING Associate Dean for James A. Haley V.A. Hosp i tal . . . ...... TBA Assoc i ate Dean for Medical Education (Interim) ............ ROBERT M NELSON Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Affa irs (Interim ) . . . . JOSEPH J KRZANOWSKI JR. Associate Dean for Student Affairs . . . . . RANDOLPH MANNING Associate Dean for Tampa General Hospital . . . THOMAS E. McKELL Associate Dean for V.A. Educat ion . . . . . ........ TBA Ass i stant Dean for Academic Affairs .................................. TBA Assistant Dean for Admin i s t ration .............. : . . JOANN KOEHLER Director of Admissions .... ...... ...... .... . ..... ..... JAYS. LAYMAN UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 College of Medicine continued D ir ector of Stude n t Affa irs . . . . . . CAROLYN W NICOLOSI Cha irp er so n s : Anatomy . . . ... .......... ..... JOHANNES A.G RHODIN Anesthesiology . . . . . . . . . JOHN B DOWNS Bi oc hemistry . . . . . LARRY P. SOLOMONSON Family Medicine ( Interim ) . . . . . H JAMES BROWNLEE, JR. Internal Medic i ne ( I n terim) . . . . . ALLAN L GOLDMAN Med i cal Microb i ology and Im m unology . . . HERMAN FRIEDMAN Neu r ology . . . . . . . . LEON D PROCKOP Obstetrics/Gynecology . . ..... ........ WILLIAM N SPELLACY Ophthalmology . . . . . . . . J JAMES ROWSEY Pa th ology ( Inter im) . . . . . . . SANTO V NICOSIA Ped i atrics . . . . . . . . . . . JAIME FRIAS Pharmacology and Therapeutics . . . . . . LYNN WECKER Ph y siology ( 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 . . . . ..... TBA Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies . . . . MARILYN M RAWNSLEY Assistant Dean for Student Affairs .................... PATRICIA A. GORZKA Advanced Placement Coordinators : Area I Life Span ........................... ...... CANDACE M BURNS Area II Special Populations . . . . . . MOLLY A. ROSE Directors : Continuing Education .................... ..................... TBA Nursing Learning Resou r ces Center . . . . BARBARA A. REDDING Research . . . .................... LINDA E. MOODY Coordinators : Fort Myers Campus -RN. Sequence ................. DENISE S. HEINEMANN St. Petersburg Campus R.N. Sequence ....... ..... ... M CHARLENE LONG Tampa Campus -RN. Sequence . . . . . BARBARA A. REDDING 19

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL College of Public Health Dean . . . . . . . CHARLES S. MAHAN Associate Dean . . . . . . . ... RITA G. BRUCE Associate Dean . ... ......... . . ............. TBA Assistant Dean . . . ...... ........ ARUN P. KULKARNI Chairpersons: Community and Family Health . . .... .... ROBERT J. McDERMOTT Environmental and Occupational Health . . STUART M BROOKS Epidemiology and Biostatistics . . . . PAULE. LEAVERTON Health Policy and Management . . . . . JAMES STUDNICKI Director Florida Public Health Information Center . JAY WOLFSON USF Architecture Program Associate Dean/Director . . ..... Director Florida Center for Community Design & Research USF at ST PETERSBURG ALEXANDERRATENSKY JAMES A. MOORE Executive Officer and Dean Associate Dean, Academic Affairs H WILLIAM HELLER .............. ...... WINSTON T BRIDGES Directors : Administration and Finance .... Library . ...... Student Affairs .. University Relations/Development HERMAN J BRAMES LANEY GREAVES STEPHEN RITCH JULIE F GILLESPIE USF at SARASOTA Campus Dean . .. ... ...... .... .... DAVID P. SCHENCK Associate Dean, University Programs .. JANNA C MERRICK Directors: Administrative Affairs .......... Advancement . . LYNDA BLOCK HILL SANDRA KRAWETZ Media Center ...................... MARY K ANDREWS THOMAS J. PENN . . NANCY E FERRARO .... TBA . . . JOAN M PELLAND Physical Plant and Fac ilities Records and Registration Student Affairs Librarian UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994 -95 NEW COLLEGE of USF Dean and Warden . . . . . . GORDON E. MICHALSON JR. Chairpersons: Humanities . . . . . . . . MAGDALENA E. CARRASCO Natural Sciences . . . . . . . LEO S DEMSKI Social Sciences . . . . . . . ANTHONY ANDREWS Directors: New College Admissions .. Special Project Devopment USF at FORT MYERS DAVID ANDERSON JAMES W. FEENEY Campus Dean and Executive Officer . . . DAVID C McCORMICK Associate Dean/Academic Affairs . . . . . . ROY BOGGS Directors : Administration and Finance ........ ........... .... GLENN E NITSCHKE Enrollment Services . . . . . . . . DONNA FECIK Student Affairs . . . . . . . LINDA SUMMERS ECC/USF Learning Resources . . . . . . CHARLES RITCHIE USF at LAKELAND Director and Executive Officer . . . . . . YVONNE RALSTON D irector, Academic Support Services . . . PATRICIA MARTINI-CLARK D i rector Business Financial and Auxiliary Services .............. ANNE PHILLIPS ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Vice Pres i dent .... Associate Vice President Administrative Affairs Directors : .. ALBERT C HARTLEY ..... RICKARD FENDER Auxiliary Services . . . . . . ....... JACK MACK Facil;ties Planning . . . . . . . . . STEVEN GIFT Fina nce and Accounting . . . . . . . ERIC WALDEN Physical Plant ............. ADRIAN CUARTA Public Safety . . . . . . . . . PAUL A. URAVICH Purchasing . . ... ......... ...... ANITA MOUNTAIN Sun Dome Inc . . . . . . . MIKE LaPAN 20

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL HUMAN RESOURCES AND DIVERSITY Vice President ... Associate Vice President Diversity ...... .... ...... ...... PAULA K. KNAUS DENYS S BLELL Assistant to the Vice President ............ . ....... WILMA L. SMITH Directors : Environmental Healt h and Safety Equal Opportunity Affair s (Acting) Human Resource Development Personnel Services Coordinators : Victim s Advo c acy Program . . . . . SELDON CARSEY . . MARY McCOY . ..... SANDRA M. COOPER ... ..... ..... ........ TRUDIE E. FRECKER MARY C POOLE OFFICE OF RESEARCH Vice President . . . . . . GEORGE R. NEWKOME Assistant Vice President. Patents and Licensing . . KENNETH PRESTON Assistant Vice President Sponsored Research .......... RICHARD B STREETER Executive Assistant Administration RHONDA HENDRIX E x ecutive Assistant Finance . . LINDA HAYES Executive Director Florida Inst. of Phosphate Research RICHARD McFARLIN Executive Director Research Foundation KENNTH G PRESTON Director Animal Labs (Interim) . . ROBERT W. ENGLEMAN D irector, Compliance Servi ces . . . . . ... TBA Director Publications Council . . RICHARD DIETREICH STUDENT AFFAIRS Vice President HAROLD L NIXON Assistant to the Vice President & Student Adv oc ate (Interim) DEBRA A. SHEEHY Ass i stant to the Vice President Business Ope r ations MIKE ANDERSON Associate Vice President Student Life & Wellness . . . .. TBA Associate Vice Pres i dent Enrollment Planning & Management BRUCE BURSACK Associate Dean of Students . . VANESSA E. DIAZ Assistant Vice President & Un i versity Registrar LINDA E. ERICKSON Assistant Vice President Academic Support & Achievement THELMA BENTON UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 STUDENT AFFAIRS, Continued Directors : Admiss i ons (Interim ) . . . . . PAM LAPAN Adult & Transfer Student Services . . . . . MARSHA LOGAN Campus Recreat i on ............ .............. ........ ANDREW HONKER Career Resource Center (Interim) ... ....... ............ MARILYN BRYANT Counseling Center for Human Development ........ ....... WILLIAM D. ANTON Financial Aid . . ..... .................... TBA New Student Ori entation ........... CYNTHIA A. SWARTZFAGER-VISOT Registration ....... ............ 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 . . . . . . . . LUIS VISOT UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT Vice President . . . . . . . . KATHY L. STAFFORD Associate Vice P resi dent Development . . . .............. TBA Associate Vice President Public Affairs . . . TBA Associate Vice President, Alumni Affairs . . . LOREN TAYLOR Business Manager USF Foundation ... ... ... ................ JOHN SCOTI Directo r s : Advancement Services . . VICKY MEDLOCK Community Advancement/ African-American Community . . TYRA GARLINTON SKINNER Community Advancement/Latin Community . . . DONNA PARRINO Community Relations . . . . . . . ANN ROSS Corporate and Foundation Relations . . RON SHERMAN Health Sciences & Alumni Affairs . . . . . . RANKIN HARRIS Major Gifts . . . . . . . . . VICKI MITCHEL Photography . . . . . . . . . . GREG FULTON Planned Giving . . . . . . HARRY MILLER Public Affairs . . . . . . . . . DAN CASSEDAY Public Ceremonies . . . . . . JENNIFER O FLANNERY Research . . . . . . LIZ SISMILICH Special Gifts . . . . . . . . STEVE BRAGIN 21

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INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE AREA POPULATION State University System University of West Florida Established 1963 8-County Service Area Population = 712,000 Florida A and M University Established 1887 18-County Service Area Population= 517,000 Florida State University Established 1857 Statewide Service Area Population = 13,424,000 University of South Flori a Established 1956 15-County Service Area Population = 3,833,000 Note. All population values are estimates for April, 1992, based on the April 1990, census. For each county that is shared between two service areas, its full population is included in the population of each of the two service areas SOURCE: 1993 Florida Statistical Abstract, Table 1.31 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 April, 1992 .---------. FAU & USF share Hend M ONRO E University of North Florida Established 1965 7-County Service Area Population = 1,218,000 University of Florida Established 1853 Statewide Serv ice Area Population = 13,424,000 University of Central Florida Established 1963 11County Service Area Population = 2,500,000 BROWARD Florida Atlantic University Estab l ished 1961 7 County Service Area Population = 2,608,000 ---FAU & FIU share Broward count Florida International University Established 1965 3-County Service Area Population = 3,358,000 o" oow-v 22

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STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM SERVICE AREA HIGHLIGHTS 1992-93 1992 1992 HIGH SCHOOL POPULATION (E) GRADUATES SUS % of UNIVERSITIES Total Total Headcount Cent ral Florida 2 500 349 19 % 17,656 Flor ida* Florida A & M 517 298 4 4,42 3 Florida Atlant ic** + 2 608 065 15 17 520 Florida Internationa l + 3 357 959 20 25 457 Florida State* North Florida 1 217 900 9 8,962 South Florida** 3 832 542 28 24 450 West Florida 712 147 5 7 ,051 Total 13 424 326 100 105 519 Statewide Service Hendry County shared; county population is included in both universities + Broward County shared ; county population is included in both universities (El April 1 1992 Population Estimates SOURCE : 1 992-93 SUS Fact Book -Table 11 1 993 Florida Statistical Abstract, Tables 1 .31, 4 .82 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 1992-93 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES % WHO CONTINUED in Comm. Fla. Univ. Colleges & Colleges 38 % 18 % 34 13 27 18 28 17 37 19 33 19 37 14 25 13 1992 93 SUS Headcount % of Enrollment Total 21, 682 12 % 36 855 20 9 049 5 14 822 8 22 597 12 27 810 15 9,027 5 33,669 19 7,386 4 182 896 100 23

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Student Enrollment Headcount FTE (BOR) Faculty Full-time Headcount Manyears A & P Manyears USPS Manyears Degree Programs Offered Operating budgets State Appropriations All Sources Upduplicated count, includes all levels. Source : 1992-93 SUS Fact Book Tables 11, 12, 23 41, 48 50, and 53 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA as a part of The State University System 1992-93 USF SUS 32,467 182,896 17,719 106,900 1,428 8,120 1,637 10, 199 461 2,909 2,375 15, 142 199 529 $179,324,000 $1, 058,000,000 $387,235,000 $2 306 931,000 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994-95 USF % of SUS 18 17 18 16 16 16 38 17 17 24

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USF SERVICE AREA GENERAL INFORMATION 1992 1991 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES FALL 1992 POPULATION PERSONAL INCOME UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT % WHO CONTINUED IN 1992 Comm Fla Univ % Enrolled Total Age 15-24 Age 25-44 Per Capita $ Graduates College & Colleges SUS at USF STATE OF FLORIDA 1 3 4 24 326 1 668 ,881 4 004 917 $ 19 087 95 ,472 33 % 18 % 182,896 % Charlotte 118 682 9 ,701 23 859 16, 992 816 19 15 731 60 Collier 168 514 16,976 45,305 26 613 886 30 22 1 249 49 DeSoto 24 830 3 279 6 ,791 14,137 178 30 9 101 47 Glades 8 135 954 1 942 9 752 41 51 7 17 95 Hardee 21, 058 3 133 5 715 16, 564 194 41 14 122 48 Hendry 27, 844 4 ,141 8 054 16 686 247 41 13 167 32 Hernando 108,112 9 869 22,199 14, 515 746 30 12 696 70 Highlands 72, 157 6 455 14,530 15 780 448 49 13 328 39 Hillsborough 853 990 119 556 284 263 17,413 6 333 27 25 15 073 79 Lee 350 809 34 805 92, 215 19 542 2,069 29 16 2 778 63 Manatee 219 313 21, 533 55,478 19, 092 1 225 33 16 1 672 65 Pasco 290 274 26, 484 64 ,161 14 ,181 1 584 35 15 1 929 75 Pinellas 860 736 86,067 240 107 21, 636 4 889 37 14 10 602 64 Po l k 420 885 53 808 117 668 15, 176 3 ,241 40 15 3 204 56 Sa rasota 287 203 24 519 67 735 25 462 1 553 32 16 2 836 55 Service Area Total 3 8 32,5 42 421, 280 1 050 022 24,450 33 19 41, 505 68 SOURCE: 1993 Florida Statistical Abstract Tables 1 .35, 4.82, and 5 .10 Shared by USF and Florida Atlantic University 1992-93 SUS Fact Book Tables 11and15 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 25

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ENROLLMENT AT USF BY COUNTY WITHIN SERVICE AREA Five Year Headcount History FALL, 1990 FALL, 1994 Service Area Counties 1990 1991 1992 1993 Charlotte 264 334 364 381 Collier 490 516 549 566 DeSoto 57 36 46 47 Glades 4 7 6 10 Hardee 51 61 61 64 Hendry* 29 29 42 41 Hernando 344 385 413 444 Highlands 127 100 104 112 Hillsborough 10 205 10 749 11, 163 11, 389 Lee 1 247 1,311 1 368 1,604 Manatee 948 972 1,001 1 023 Pasco 1 222 1 ,241 1 300 1 ,341 Pinellas 6, 181 6,240 6,416 6 467 Polk 1,506 1,620 1,586 1,625 Sarasota 1,521 1,430 1 ,411 1,436 Service Area Total 24,196 25,031 25,830 26,550 % of Total USF Enrollment 74.8% 75.2% 75.6 % 76 .3% *Shared with Florida Atlantic University SOURCE : RAP/B5BF4FBK15 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 1994 438 616 47 16 58 53 487 127 11, 852 1,753 1,083 1,436 6 724 1 776 1,558 28,024 77.8% 26

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No of Alumni Donors ( All Time) No of Alumni Donors 1993 / 94 Alumni Chapters Broward County Pasco County Atlanta Pinellas County Jacksonville Plant C i ty Manatee/Sarasota Polk County Metro (New York) Southern California Miami Southwest Florida National Capital Tallahassee Ohio Tampa Orlando University SOURCE: University Advancement UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 ALUMNI Demographics & Statistics 1994-95 Total Alumni 118,734 28 044 Alumni with Bachelor Degrees 106 692 17 969 1993-94 Gifts & Revenue Alumni with Graduate & Professional Degrees 28,297 $15 058 629 Alumni Societies Bachelor of Independent Studies Black Alumn i Society College of Business Administration College of Education College of Engineering 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 27

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LIBRARIES 1993-94 Tampa Campus Libraries Regional Campus Libraries Sarasota/ St. Tampa FMHI Medical Lakeland Ft. Myers New College Petersburg Totals Date Library was Erected 1975 1974 1975 1991 1967 1985 1980 Total Volume Capacity of Library 800 000 10 664 125 000 28 000 150 000 375 010 125 000 1,613 674 Total Seating Capacity of Library 2 500 27 350 150 450 361 300 4 138 Number of Volumes 944 850 13, 350 123 069 2 376 40 908 240 080 159 249 1 523 878 Number of Titles (Book Stock) 585 639 13 336 N/A 1 879 N/A 150 ,861 144 226 895 ,941 Micro Forms All Types 2 406 565 N/A N/A 2 065 517 299 449 580 660 325 4 035 834 Operating Expenditures $5,491 208 $131, 095 $1, 806 315 $80 840 $319 120 $824 866 $776 718 $9 430 122 SOURCE : 1994 IPEDS Libraries UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 199495 28

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UNIVERSITY COMPUTING RESOURCES Total University 6,984 1,056 Total University Microcomputers Terminals 75 Minicomputers 159 SUN/SPARC Central Florida Regional Data Center Mainframe : IBM 3090 400E with Vector Facility (VM/ESA MVS/ESA) Host Processors : IBM RISC/6000 -550 and 950 Direct Access Storage : Over 200 Gb Tape Storage : 20, 000 Volumes 16 3480 Cartridge Devices Printers : 3 IBM 4245 1 Xerox 3700 1 Xerox 4850 Operating Environments : CICS, VM/CMS PHOENIX, WYLBUR TSO Networks : Access : X .25 FIRN (Florida Information Resource Network) BITNET ( Inter Institution Academ i c Network) Suranet (Research Internet) SUS Network ( IBM SNA Network ) IBM Information Networ k FIRN /IP Internet 100 MEG FOOi Backbone Appr:iximately 4 500 workstations attached via terminal controllers protocol converters LANS distributed processors or dial-up facilities *Totals do not i nclude UMSA resour c es. SOURCE : Information Technologies UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 FALL 1994 College of Arts & Sciences Minicomputers : Workstations : 4 Silicon Graphics 2 DEC PDP 4 DEC Vax 1 DEC 5000 1 DEC 3000 31 Sun/Spare 8 Mi croVax 1 SGI Crimson 1 Evans & Sutherland IBM 5520 1 219 Microcomputers College of Engineering Minicomputers : Workstations 2 RISC 6000 2 Intel Hypercube 1 T1 Explorer 1 Graphicon 961 Microcomputers 99 Sun/Spare 9 DEC 3100 1 DEC 5100 1 DEC PDP/11 4 Stardent Titan Regional Campuses Minicomputers : 2 AT&T 6386 1 AT&T Star Server Workstations: 839 Microcomputers 4 Sun/Spare Regional University-Based Resources Minicomputers : 2 AT&T 3B2 HP Apollo 6 HP 9000 IBM 5520 2 IBM AS400 Myrco-Tek 3000 1 IBM 9370 3 Plessey PDP 11 5 IBM System 36 1 RISC 6000 1 LSI 1123 1 IBM 9595QT Workstations : 3 ,965 Microcomputers 25 Sun/Spare 29

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INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Tampa Campus FALL 1994 The University of South Florida is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Associate and the Metro Conference and competes the University Division I Level of competition in the following sports: Men's Women's Baseball Soccer Basketball Tennis Basketball Tennis Cross Country Track (indoor) Cross Country Track (indoor) Golf Track (outdoor) Golf Track (outdoor) Softball Volleyball Athletic Director and Head Coaches Athletic Director Associate Athletic Directors Baseball Basketball Paul Griffin Barbara Sparks-McGlinchy Leroy Selmon Eddie Cardieri Men Bobby Paschal Women Trudi Lacey Cross Country (Men & Women) Bob Braman Track & Field (Men & Women) Bob Braman Indoor and Outdoor SOURCE: Intercollegiate Athletics UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Golf Men Women Soccer Softball (Women) Tennis Men Women Volleyball (Women) Chuck Winship Susan Holt Logun Fleck Hildred Deese Don Barr Sherry Bedingfield Perri Hankins 30

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BOARD OF REGENTS APPROVED RESEARCH/SERVICE CENTERS AND INSTITUTES ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING Flor i da Center fo r Community Design and Research BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT Center for Economic and Management Research Center for International Business Center for Organ iz ational Effect i veness Small Business Development Center Institute of Banking and Finance Professional Development Center 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 Florida Center for Instructional Technology Children 's Center Center for Study of Migrant Education Center for the Study of Physical Educat ion and Sport for the Disabled Educational Research Center for Child Development Institute for At-Risk Infants Child and Youth and their Families SOURCE : Academic Affairs UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 FALL 1994 EDUCATION (continued) National Resource Center for Middle Grades Education Suncoast Area Teacher Training Program (SCATI) Center for Excellence i n Mathematics Science Computers and Technology Center for the Study of Child-Writing Inst it ute for Instructional Research & Practice Institute for School Reform Integrated Services & Child Mental Health and Edcuational Policy School Management Institute 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 Clean Energy and Vehicle Research Center 31

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BOARD OF REGENTS APPROVED RESEARCH/SERVICE CENTERS AND INSTITUTES HEAL TH & HEAL TH SCIENCES Biostatics and Epidemiology Center for Health Research Suncoast Gerontology Center on Health and Longevity Diabetes Center Tampa Bay Cranio-Fac ial Center Florida Poli cy Exchange Center on Aging Institute for Research i n Psych iatry Institute on Aging LETTERS Interdisciplinary Center for Greek Studies Center for Writers (currently inact i ve ) Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Culture and Society LIFE SCIENCES Institute of Biomolecu lar Science Center for Nearshore Mar ine Scien ce Cente r for Molecular Design and Recognition MATHEMATICS Center for Mathematical Services Institute for Constructive Mathematics MULTI/ INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES Center for Applied Human itie s Center for the Arts and Human Development Center for Urban Eco logy Global Change Research Center NATURAL SCIENCES Florida Toxicological Research Center Institute for Systema tic Botany Type I Institute & Center S OURCE : Academic Affairs UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 FALL 1994 PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION AND THEOLOGY Center for Nee-Platonic Studies PHYSICAL SCIENCES *Fl orida Institute of Oceanography Institu te for Environmental Studies PSYCHOLOGY Center for Research in Behavioral Medicine and Health Psychology Institute of Human Performance Decision Making and Cybernetics Alcohol and Substance Use Research Institute PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES Ce nter for Community Analysis and Development Center for Public Affairs and Policy Management SOCIAL SCIENCES Center for Applied Anthropology Center for A fricana Diaspora Institute for Interpretive Human Studies Institute on Black Life Florida China Linkage Institute Florida France Linkage Institute Florida Japan Linkage Institute Carribean and Latin American Studies Center VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS Institute for Research in Art/Graphicstudio 32

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FLORIDA MENTAL HEAL TH INSTITUTE Activity Summary 1993-94 DEPARTMENTS ADM FMHI Administration AMH Department of Aging and Mental Health CFS Department of Child and Family Services CMH Department of Community Mental Health MHLP Department of Mental Health Law and Policy TRAINING: STUDENT PLACEMENTS AT FMHI: Number of Duration Contact Department Events Attendance In Hours Hours Department Hours AMH 58 3 254 195.8 9 746 5 AMH 9 063 5 CFS 71 5 899 498 5 41, 503 0 CFS 13, 995 8 CMH 160 4 ,901 1 158 1 25 237 1 CMH 8 808.8 MHLP 471 9 642 7,516 1 147 596.0 MHLP 1,424 0 OTHER 1 500 6 0 3,000.0 OTHER 274 0 Total 761 24,196 9,374.5 227,082.6 Total 21,566.1 Total Graduate Students 53 Total Undergraduates 45 CONTllNUING EDUCATION CREDITS: Consultation: Duration Discipline Certificates Credits Department Consults Participants In Hours Addiction Professionals 30 267.5 AMH 45 717 324. 1 Clinical Social Workers 95 763.0 CFS 263 4 399 4 582.9 Marriage and Family Therapists 25 190.0 CMH 61 716 336 3 Mental Health Counselors 168 1 156 0 MHLP 1 16 4.0 Nurses 494 3,952 0 OTHER 16 8 246.0 Nursing Home Administrators 11 69 5 Physicians 144 602.0 TOTAL 386 5 936 5,493 3 Psychologists 280 1 957.0 Total 1 247 8 957.0 SOURCE : Florida Mental Health Institute UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 33

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CAREER RESOURCE CENTER Tampa Campus 1993-94 Placement Activities Organizations Percent Listing 1993-94 USF Graduates* No Regis tered with Placement Registered Positions 7,036* 1,244 Cooperative Education Activities On-Campus Recruitment Separate Interviews Conducted 83 Organizations Interviewing On-Cam1:1us 59 Total Student Interviews 501 17 7 10 334 Students Attending 3 ,211 Placement Statistics Organizations Total Interviewing Student On-CamQus Interviews 212 2,683 Special Events Employer Representatives Attending 432 Number of CooQerative Education Students In-Field On-Campus Training Study Total Fall, 1993 138 145 283 Spring 1994 142 162 304 Summer Session, 1994 167 138 305 Excludes Medical (MD) Degrees. ** Most Cooperative Education Interviews are held off-campus. SOURCE : Career Resource Center 1993-94 Annual Report UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Total Credentials 11,941 Companies Re1:1resented 220 34

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Section Ill STUDENT PROFILE Geographic Origin of Students Incoming Student Statistics Ethnicity and Gender Distribution

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Level Alien Black Undergraduate 399 1 788 Graduate 389 297 Professional & 28 343 Unclassified TOTAL 816 2,428 GENDER AND ETHNICITY DISTRIBUTION BY LEVEL Total University Fall 1994 Headcount and Percent by Ethnicity and Level Headcount Percentage of Level Amer. Amer. Indian Asian Hispanic White TOTAL Alien Black Indian Asian 44 978 1,928 18,485 23 622 1.7 7 6 0.2 4.1 12 157 323 5 100 6,278 6 2 4.7 0.2 2.5 19 187 365 5 216 6,158 0.5 5.6 0.3 3.0 75 1,322 2,616 28,801 36,058 2.3 6.7 0.2 3.7 Hispanic White 8 2 78.3 5.1 81.2 5.9 84 7 7.3 79.9 Headcount and Percent by Gender and Level Headcount Percent of Level Freshman LEVEL Male Female Total Male Female Sophomore Undergraduate Freshman 1 415 1,777 3,192 44. 3 55 7 Junior Sophomore 969 1,303 2,272 42.6 57.4 Junior 3,095 4,376 7,471 41.4 58.6 Senior Senior 4,861 5,826 10,687 45 5 54.5 Masters/Eds TOTAL 10,340 13,282 23,622 43.8 56.2 Graduate Phd Masters/Ed .S. 2,014 3,101 5 115 39.4 60.6 Ph.D. 568 595 1163 48.8 51.2 Professional TOTAL 2,582 3,696 6,278 41.1 38.9 Other I Unclassified Professional 240 141 381, 63 0 37.0 ALL STUDENTS Unclassified 2,138 3 369 5 777 37 0 63.0 I t l I I I I I I I I' I I' 1 1 I I I I' I I I I I I I I I I I I I 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Total University 15,300 20,758 36,058 42.4 57.6 Percentage of Students who are Female UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 37

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Total In-State Enrollment Total Enrollment % of Total Enrollment 32,906 36,058 91% ENROLLED STUDENTS Florida County of Origin FALL 1994 Note The County of Origin is the student's county of residence at the time of entry (Therefore it may not be consistent with the residency status used for fee-paying purposes.) SOURCE: RAP/85BF4FBK15 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 MONROE COUNTY PALM BEACH 498 BAOWAJ1D 929 DADE 729 (FL Keys) 0 t' oDr:,:r-v 38

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SOURCE : RAP/85BF4FBK15 ENROLLED STUDENTS State of Origin 3 ND 30 MN 1 1 SD WY 7 17 co 7 NM 6 NB 11 KS 58 TX 8 OK The State of Origin is the student's state of residence at the time of entry (Therefore it may not be consistent w ith the residency status used for fee-paying purposes ) IA 37 MO 7 AR Non-U.S. Resident Unknown State of Origin Florida Non-Florida Resident Total Enrollment UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 ./' ,. N Percent 816 2.3% 211 0.6 32,906 91.3 2,125 5.9 36,058 100.0% 39

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Total University FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/Ed S HEADCOUNT Male 37 22 88 94 241 176 Female 22 23 69 44 158 72 Total 59 45 157 138 399 248 AGE Mean 20 22 23 25 23 27 Median 20 20 22 24 22 26 HEADCOUNT BY COUNTRY Central Near/Middle Africa Caribbean America Europe Far East East TOTAL 25 TOTAL 37 TOTAL 21 TOTAL 161 TOTAL 150 TOTAL 68 Egypt 1 Bahamas 7 Costa Rica 1 Belgium 1 China 78 Bahrain 3 Ethiopia 2 Barbados 3 El Salvador 4 Bulgaria 4 Hong Kong 12 Cyprus 12 Ivory Grenada 2 Honduras 7 Eston i a 1 Japan 21 Iran 7 Coast 1 Haiti 1 Mexico 5 France 32 Phillipines 3 Israel 5 Morocco 4 Jamaica 10 Panama 4 Germany 6 S. Korea 17 Jordan 7 Nigeria 1 St. Lucia 5 Greece 5 Taiwan 19 Kuwait 7 Sierra Trin i dad & Hungary 1 Lebanon 7 Leone 1 Tobago 9 Iceland 1 Oman 1 South Ireland 1 Saudi Africa 3 Italy 2 Arabia 7 Suriname 1 Netherlands 14 Syria 1 SwaziNorway 14 Turkey 8 land 5 Portugal 2 United Arab Tunisia 1 Serbia 2 Emirates 3 Zaire 2 Slovenia 2 Zambia 1 Spain 6 ZimbabSweden 16 GRADUATES Un class-All Ph.D. Total ified Students 108 284 15 540 33 105 13 276 141 389 28 816 30 28 29 26 30 27 28 25 South Southeast America Asia Other TOTAL 44 TOTAL 205 TOTAL Argentina 4 Bang laAustralia Bolivia 1 desh 4 Canada Brazil 6 Burma 1 Russia Chile 1 India 159 United Columbia 2 Indonesia 8 Kingdom Ecuador 5 Malaysia 4 Territory Guyana 1 Pakistan 13 Western Peru 9 Singapore 4 Samoa Venezuela 15 Sri Lanka 7 Unknown Thailand 5 we 2 Ukraine 1 86 countries are represented. All information is for United non-resident aliens Some country names might not Kingdom 47 be up-to-date Yugoslavia 3 SOURCE : RAP/B5BF4FBK13 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 105 5 49 4 19 1 27 40

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c ::::i 0 3 ,000-.g 2,000-(lj Q) I c 1,000-::::i U5 ENROLLMENT HISTORY OF NEW DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS Total University First-Time-In-College Students 1 ,920-__ 2 029--1 87 1 1 817 1 772 Five Year History New Community College Transfer Students 2 5 4 0 2 ,5462,5 1 2 2 ,393 _..,.-2 ,039 New Other Transfer Students New Graduate Students 1 ,590 1 3 4 7-1,3 8 5 1.456-1, 3 66--' -3,000 -c: ::::i -2,000 8 Q) I c -1,000 ::::i U5 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 Notes All values are for the Fall Student Type 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 term at the Final benchmark, First-Time-In-College Students 1,920 1,817 2,029 1,871 1,772 except for the 1994 values which are for the Fall term at the New Community College Students 2,039 2,393 2,540 2,546 2,512 Preliminary benchmark. (See New Other Transfer Students 1,031 1,150 1,058 1,170 1,326 "Enrollment Benchmark" in the New Graduate Students 1,347 1 385 1,456 1,366 1,590 Glossary on page 227 for a definition of these benchmarks. ) Total New Degree-Seeking Students 6,337 6,745 7,083 6,953 7,200 Source : RAP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 41

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Applied, Denied, Cancelled (Before), Accepted, Cancelled (After), and Enrolled Total University Fall 1994 Undergraduates Graduates FTIC Transfer Students New Degreed Category Com Col Com Col O t her Other to from Lower !lQQfil Lower !lQQfil USF USF Number Applied 7 068 406 3,436 1 ,281 2,001 5 ,281 1,376 Number Denied 1 ,321 105 22 374 64 3,038 352 % Applied Who Were Denied 18 7 25 9 0.6 29.2 3.2 57.5 25.6 Number Cancelled 675 131 73 389 158 638 174 % Applied Who Cancelled 9 6 32.3 2 1 30.4 7.9 12.1 12.6 Number Accepted 4,618 170 3 299 507 1,740 1,501 846 % Appl ied Who Were Accepted 65 3 41. 9 96 0 39 6 87 0 28.4 61. 5 Number Cancelled 454.0 42 0 11. 0 39 0 104 4 % Accepted Who Cancelled 9.8 1 3 2.2 2 2 6.9 0 5 Number Enrolled 1 772 117 2 395 304 1 022 848 742 % Accepted Who Enrolled 38.4 68 8 72 6 60.0 58 7 56.5 87 7 Source : RAP 86E14AAEOO UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 42

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Total University FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower Lower USF USF HEADCOUNT* 1,772 117 2,395 304 1 022 5,610 848 742 1,590 7,200 STATUS Full-Time 1 597 80 1,458 264 604 4,003 546 351 897 4,900 Part-Time 175 37 937 40 418 1 607 302 391 693 2,300 SEX Male 771 55 991 136 446 2,399 395 255 650 3,049 Female 1,001 62 1,404 168 576 3,211 453 487 940 4,151 RACE Non-Resident Alien 22 3 18 15 77 135 80 26 106 241 Black Non-Hispanic 159 2 157 9 54 381 35 28 63 444 American Indian 3 1 10 14 5 3 8 22 Asian Pacific Islander 109 10 81 13 28 241 20 23 43 284 Hispanic 201 7 167 11 72 458 50 32 82 540 White, Non-Hispanic 1,278 94 1 962 256 791 4 ,381 658 630 1,288 5,669 RESIDENCY InState 1 535 112 2 366 213 779 5,005 648 711 1,359 6,364 Out-of-State 215 2 11 76 166 470 120 5 125 595 Non Resident Alien 22 3 18 15 77 135 80 26 106 241 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE : RAP B5B141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 43

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Total University: Summary By College FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed A l l All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from COLLEGE* Lower 11.QQfil Lower 11.QQfil USF USF Architecture 0 13 2 15 15 Arts & Sciences 657 48 1165 145 452 2,467 293 263 556 3 023 Business 218 19 462 44 232 975 154 100 254 1,229 Education 86 7 448 14 141 696 152 194 346 1 042 Engineering 208 15 153 28 77 481 77 67 144 625 Fine Arts 114 9 59 12 30 224 11 12 23 24 7 New College 124 8 2 35 2 171 0 171 Undeclared 365 11 84 26 75 561 7 8 569 Medicine 0 72 24 96 96 Medical Sciences 0 6 4 10 10 Nursing 22 13 35 28 27 55 90 Publ i c Health 0 41 42 83 83 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: RAP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 44

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HEADCOUNT* STATUS Full Time Part Time SEX Male Fema l e RACE Non Resident Alien Black, Non Hispanic American Indian Asian Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic RESIDENCY InState Out-of-State Non Resident Alien Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: RAP B5B141NF02 NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Architecture All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Transfer Students Com Col Com Col Other Lower !J.QQfil Lower Other !hmfil All 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 GRADUATES New Degreed to from USF USF 13 2 12 2 1 8 2 5 1 2 10 2 12 2 TOTAL All All 15 15 14 14 1 1 10 10 5 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 12 12 14 14 0 0 1 1 45

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Arts & Sciences -All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower !hmfil Lower !hmfil USF USF HEADCOUNT* 657 48 1,165 145 452 2,467 293 263 556 3,023 STATUS Full-Time 576 28 707 124 276 1,711 200 142 342 2,053 Part-Time 81 20 458 21 176 756 93 121 214 970 SEX Male 243 15 460 51 178 947 116 77 193 1,140 Female 414 33 705 94 274 1 520 177 186 363 1 883 RACE Non-Resident Alien 8 6 2 18 35 16 8 24 59 Black Non-Hispanic 61 88 6 29 184 12 6 18 202 American Indian 2 9 11 3 1 4 15 Asian, Pacific Islander 51 3 30 8 14 106 5 4 9 115 Hispanic 87 4 88 6 31 216 16 8 24 240 White Non-Hispanic 448 40 944 123 360 1,915 241 236 477 2 392 RESIDENCY In-State 579 47 1 154 110 343 2 233 203 253 456 2 689 Out-of-State 70 5 33 91 199 74 2 76 275 Non-Resident Alien 8 6 2 18 35 16 8 24 59 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE : RAP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 46

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Business All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower .ili1.w Lower .ili1.w USF USF HEADCOUNT* 218 19 462 44 232 975 154 100 254 1,229 STATUS Full-Time 201 13 253 34 98 599 91 62 153 752 Part-Time 17 6 209 10 134 376 63 38 101 477 SEX Male 108 11 230 24 121 494 89 54 143 637 Female 110 8 232 20 111 481 65 46 111 592 RACE Non-Resident Alien 6 7 4 11 28 15 5 20 48 Black Non-Hispanic 25 32 12 70 7 3 10 80 American Indian 1 1 0 1 Asian Pacific Islander 12 3 27 5 47 2 6 8 55 Hispanic 31 33 3 19 86 11 4 15 101 White Non-Hispanic 144 16 362 36 185 743 119 82 201 944 RESIDENCY In-State 192 19 452 31 194 888 118 94 212 1,100 Out-of-State 20 3 9 27 59 21 1 22 81 Non-Resident Al ien 6 7 4 11 28 15 5 20 48 Includes majors and int ended majors SOURCE: RAP B5B141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 47

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Education All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower .llQQfil Lower .llQQfil USF USF HEADCOUNT* 86 7 448 14 141 696 152 194 34 6 1 042 STATUS Full Time 82 6 320 14 97 519 69 50 119 638 Part-Time 4 1 128 44 177 83 144 227 404 SEX Male 20 2 90 27 139 40 36 76 215 Female 66 5 358 14 114 557 112 158 270 827 RACE Non-Resident Alien 2 2 3 4 6 Black Non-Hispanic 4 21 4 30 6 10 1 6 46 American Indian 0 1 1 Asian Pacific Islander 5 7 0 7 Hispanic 3 25 13 41 6 9 15 56 White Non-Hispanic 79 7 397 12 121 616 137 173 310 926 RESIDENCY In-State 77 7 445 12 116 657 136 192 328 985 Out of-State 9 3 2 23 37 13 1 1 4 51 Non-Resident Alien 2 2 3 4 6 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE : RAP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 48

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Engineering All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower !J.m;l.fil Lower !J.m;l.fil USF USF HEADCOUNT* 208 15 153 28 77 481 77 67 144 625 STATUS Full Time 196 10 82 24 45 357 53 31 84 441 Part-Time 12 5 71 4 32 124 24 36 60 184 SEX Male 159 14 131 20 63 387 64 54 118 505 Female 49 22 8 14 94 13 13 26 120 RACE Non-Resident Alien 4 2 5 5 10 26 41 4 45 71 Black, Non-Hispanic 28 1 10 6 46 1 1 47 American Indian 0 0 0 As i an, Pacific Islander 19 3 14 4 41 1 7 8 49 Hispanic 25 2 14 2 43 4 7 11 54 White, Non-Hispanic 132 7 110 21 55 325 30 49 79 404 RESIDENCY In-State 186 12 148 17 56 419 30 63 93 512 Out-of-State 18 6 11 36 6 6 42 Non-Resident Alien 4 2 5 5 10 26 41 4 45 71 *Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE : RAP B5B141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 49

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Fine Arts All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower !1Q.Qfil Lower !1Q.Qfil USF USF HEADCOUNT* 114 9 59 12 30 224 11 12 23 247 STATUS Full-Time 101 7 38 10 19 175 8 9 17 192 Part-Time 13 2 21 2 11 49 3 3 6 55 SEX Male 53 4 32 7 17 113 1 4 5 118 Female 61 5 27 5 13 111 10 8 18 129 RACE Non Resident Alien 1 1 2 3 Black, Non-Hispanic 6 4 1 11 0 11 American Indian 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 2 1 4 0 4 Hispanic 5 3 8 1 9 White Non-Hispanic 101 9 53 12 25 200 10 10 20 220 RESIDENCY In-State 101 8 59 10 25 203 8 11 19 222 Out-of-State 12 2 5 20 2 2 22 Non Resident Alien 2 3 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE : RAP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 50

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS New College FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower !J.QQfil Lower !J.QQfil USF USF HEADCOUNT* 124 8 2 35 2 171 0 171 STATUS Full-Time 124 8 2 35 2 171 0 171 Part -Time 0 0 0 SEX M ale 44 5 20 2 72 0 72 Female 80 3 15 99 0 99 RACE Non Resident Alien 1 3 4 0 4 Black Non-Hispanic 3 3 0 3 American Indian 1 1 0 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 8 3 12 0 12 Hispanic 7 7 0 7 White Non Hispanic 104 7 2 29 2 144 0 144 RESIDENCY In-State 66 8 2 11 2 89 0 89 Out-of-State 57 21 78 0 78 Non-Resident Alien 1 3 4 0 4 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: RAP B5B141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 51

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Undeclared All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Othe r to from Lower Lower USF USF HEADCOUNT* 365 11 84 26 75 561 7 8 569 STATUS Full Time 317 8 43 23 55 446 3 3 449 Part-Time 48 3 41 3 20 115 1 4 5 120 SEX Male 144 4 44 14 35 241 2 3 244 Female 221 7 40 12 40 320 5 5 325 RACE Non-Resident Alien 2 36 39 2 2 4 1 Black Non-H is panic 32 2 36 1 37 American Indian 1 0 1 Asian Pac i f i c Islander 18 3 2 23 0 23 Hispanic 43 4 2 4 54 2 2 5 6 White Non-Hispanic 270 8 76 23 31 408 2 3 411 RESIDENCY In-Sta t e 33 4 11 84 22 30 481 5 6 4 87 Out-o f-St ate 29 3 9 41 0 41 Non-Res i dent A l ien 2 36 39 2 2 4 1 Includes m ajors and intended major s SOURCE : RAP B5B141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 52

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Medicine FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New D e greed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower 1l.Q_gm Lower 1l.Q_gm USF USF HEADCOUNT 0 72 24 96 96 STATUS Full-Time 0 72 24 96 96 Part-Time 0 0 0 SEX Male 0 45 15 60 60 Female 0 27 9 36 36 RACE Non Resident Alien 0 0 0 Black Non-Hispanic 0 4 3 7 7 American Indian 0 2 1 3 3 Asian Pacific Islander 0 9 2 11 11 Hispani c 0 9 9 9 Wh i te Non-Hispanic 0 48 18 66 66 RESIDENCY In-State 0 72 24 96 96 Out of-State 0 0 0 Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 SOURCE : RAP B58141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 53

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Medical Sciences FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Othe r to fr om Lower .\JQQfil Lower .\JQQfil USF USF HEADCOUNT 0 6 4 10 10 STATUS Full Time 0 6 3 9 9 Part Time 0 SEX Male 0 3 2 5 5 Female 0 3 2 5 5 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 3 4 4 Black Non-H i spanic 0 1 1 1 American Ind i an 0 0 0 Asian Pac i fic Islander 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 0 0 White Non -His panic 0 4 5 5 RESIDENCY In-State 0 5 6 6 Out-of-State 0 0 0 Non-Res i dent Alien 0 1 3 4 4 SOURCE: RAP B5B14 1NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 54

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Nursing All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower Lower USF USF HEADCOUNT 22 13 35 28 27 55 90 STATUS Full-Time 13 12 25 10 9 19 44 Part-Time 9 1 10 18 18 36 46 SEX Male 3 3 6 3 4 10 Female 19 10 29 25 26 51 80 RACE Non -Reside nt Al i en 0 1 1 Bla ck, Non-Hispanic 1 2 2 3 American Indian 0 0 0 Asian Pacific Islander 1 1 2 Hispanic 3 3 1 1 2 5 White Non-Hispanic 18 12 30 27 22 49 79 RESIDENCY In-State 22 13 35 27 26 53 88 Out-of State 0 1 1 1 Non-Res ident Alien 0 1 1 SOURCE : RAP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 55

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Public Health All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower Lower USF USF HEADCOUNT 0 41 42 83 83 STATUS Full-Time 0 25 16 41 41 Part-Time 0 16 26 42 42 SEX Male 0 25 8 33 33 Female 0 16 34 50 50 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 2 1 3 3 Black Non-Hispan ic 0 4 3 7 7 American Indian 0 0 0 Asian Pacific Islander 0 3 3 6 6 Hispanic 0 1 1 1 White, Non-Hispanic 0 31 35 66 66 RESIDENCY In-State 0 36 40 76 76 Out-of-State 0 3 4 4 Non-Resident Alien 0 2 3 3 SOURCE: RAP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 56

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Off Campus FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FT I C Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower !J.!mfil Lower !J.!mfil USF USF HEADCOUNT* 9 3 12 42 58 100 112 STATUS Full-Time 5 2 7 10 13 23 30 Part-Time 4 1 5 32 45 77 82 SEX Male 2 2 14 18 32 34 Female 7 3 10 28 40 68 78 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 1 1 1 Black Non-Hispanic 1 1 2 3 5 6 American Indian 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 3 3 3 Hispanic 1 1 1 1 2 3 White Non-Hispanic 8 2 10 39 50 89 99 RESIDENCY In-State 9 3 12 42 57 99 111 Out-of State 0 0 0 Non Resident Alien 0 1 1 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE: RAP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 57

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COLLEGE* Architecture Arts & Sciences Business Education Engineering Fine Arts New College Undeclared Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Public Health Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE : RAP B5B141NF02 FTIC NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Off-Campus, by College FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students All Com Col Com Col Other Other Lower 11QQfil Lower 11QQfil 0 5 1 6 0 3 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 GRADUATES TOTAL New Degreed All All to from USF USF 0 0 3 4 10 31 34 65 70 9 14 23 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 7 7 58

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Tampa Campus FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower .!J.QQfil Lower .!J.QQfil USF USF HEADCOUNT* 1,648 99 1,695 264 819 4,525 711 601 1,312 5,837 STATUS Full-Time 1,473 68 1, 119 227 537 3,424 494 326 820 4,244 Part-Time 175 31 576 37 282 1, 101 217 275 492 1,593 SEX Male 727 46 766 114 376 2,029 346 222 568 2,597 Female 921 53 929 150 443 2,496 365 379 744 3,240 RACE Non-Resident Alien 21 3 16 12 74 126 77 26 103 229 Black Non-Hispanic 156 2 124 9 47 338 31 24 55 393 American Indian 2 1 8 11 5 2 7 18 Asian Pacific Islander 101 9 62 10 26 208 19 21 40 248 Hispanic 194 7 148 11 62 422 46 30 76 498 Wh i te Non-Hispanic 1 174 77 1,337 222 610 3,420 533 498 1,031 4,451 RESIDENCY In-State 1,469 94 1 669 198 596 4,026 522 570 1,092 5,118 Out-of-State 158 2 10 54 149 373 112 5 117 490 Non-Resident Alien 21 3 16 12 74 126 77 26 103 229 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE: RAP B5B141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 59

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Tampa Campus, By College FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from COLLEGE* Lower !JJmfil Lower !JJmfil USF USF Architecture 0 13 2 15 15 Arts & Sciences 657 44 916 142 385 2,144 253 230 483 2 627 Business 218 15 256 43 151 683 136 87 223 906 Education 86 6 251 14 100 457 84 117 201 658 Engineering 208 15 127 27 74 451 66 53 119 570 Fine Arts 114 9 59 12 29 223 11 12 23 246 New College 0 0 0 Undeclared 365 10 64 26 67 532 5 6 538 Medicine 0 72 24 96 96 Medical Sciences 0 6 4 10 10 Nursing 22 13 35 28 27 55 90 Public Health 0 41 40 81 81 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: RAP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 60

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS St. Petersburg Campus FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower !J.QQfil Lower !J.QQfil USF USF HEADCOUNT* 5 295 2 83 386 36 43 79 465 STATUS Full-Time 2 138 1 31 173 24 17 41 214 Part Time 3 157 1 52 213 12 26 38 251 SEX Ma l e 2 102 1 28 134 17 16 33 167 Female 3 193 1 55 252 19 27 46 298 RACE Non-Resident Alien 1 2 3 3 5 Black Non Hispanic 19 5 24 1 1 25 American Indian 2 2 0 2 Asian Pacific Islander 12 1 13 2 3 16 Hispanic 7 4 11 1 1 2 13 White, Non-Hispanic 5 254 2 72 334 30 40 70 404 RESIDENCY In-State 5 294 2 74 376 27 43 70 446 Out-of-State 8 8 6 6 14 Non-Resident Alien 2 3 3 5 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE : RAP B5B141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 61

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COLLEGE* Architecture Arts & Sciences Business Education Engineering Fine Arts New College Undeclared Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Public Health Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: RAP B5B141NF02 NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS St. Petersburg Campus, By College FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Transfer Students Com Col Com Col Other 107 2 2 103 66 3 15 Other 31 All 0 142 34 139 14 4 81 3 0 0 20 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 GRADUATES TOTAL New Degreed All All to from USF USF 0 0 16 10 26 168 7 14 21 160 13 18 31 112 0 3 0 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 62

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Sarasota Campus FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATE S GRADUATES TOTAL FT I C T ran s fer S tud e nts All Ne w Degr eed All All C o m C ol Com Co l Ot h e r Ot her to fr om Lower .!JJmfil Lower .!JJmfil USF USF HEADCOUNT* 4 14 6 1 56 20 7 2 5 2 5 50 257 STATUS Full-Time 1 6 9 3 4 105 6 5 1 1 116 Part Time 3 77 22 102 19 20 39 141 SEX Male 2 5 0 1 2 0 73 7 5 12 85 Female 2 96 3 6 1 34 18 20 3 8 1 72 RACE NonR esident Alien 3 3 0 3 Black Non-Hispanic 3 4 0 4 American Indian 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 3 3 0 3 Hispanic 4 5 0 5 White Non-Hispanic 4 136 1 51 1 9 2 25 2 5 50 242 RESIDENCY In-State 4 1 4 5 4 8 197 25 25 50 247 Out-of-State 1 1 5 7 0 7 Non-Resident Alien 3 3 0 3 Students are included in campus h ead c o u nt if they a t tend a ny cl as ses on t h a t cam pus SOURCE : RAP 8 5 8 141NF02 UN IV ERS I TY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 6 3

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COLLEGE* Architecture Arts & Sciences Business Education Engineering Fine Arts New College Undeclared Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Public Health Includes majors and i ntended majors SOURCE : RAP 858141NF02 NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Sarasota Campus, By College FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Transfer Students Com Col Com Col Other 2 2 55 41 35 15 1 Other .ummr 21 17 10 5 3 All 0 79 60 45 20 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 GRADUATES TOTAL New Degreed All All to from USF USF 0 0 6 11 17 96 4 5 9 69 14 8 22 67 21 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 64

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS New College Campus FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower l!QQfil Lower l!QQfil USF USF HEADCOUNT* 124 8 2 35 2 171 0 171 STATUS Full-Time 124 8 2 35 2 171 0 171 Part-Time 0 0 0 SEX Male 44 5 20 2 72 0 72 Female 80 3 15 99 0 99 RACE Non-Resident Alien 1 3 4 0 4 Black Non-Hispanic 3 3 0 3 American Indian 1 1 0 1 Asian Pacific Islander 8 3 12 0 12 Hispanic 7 7 0 7 White Non-Hispanic 104 7 2 29 2 144 0 144 RESIDENCY In-State 66 8 2 11 2 89 0 89 Out of-State 57 21 78 0 78 N onRes i dent Alien 3 4 0 4 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE : RAP B5B141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 65

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Ft. Myers Campus FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower !lQQfil Lower !lQQfil USF USF H EADCOUNT* 3 178 63 245 46 46 92 337 ST ATUS Full-Time 2 80 11 93 27 14 41 134 Part-Time 98 52 152 19 32 51 203 SEX Male 50 23 74 18 6 24 98 Female 2 128 40 171 28 40 68 239 R ACE Non-Res ident Alien 1 1 2 Black Non-Hispanic 6 2 8 1 2 10 American Indian 1 1 2 Asian, Pacific Islander 3 4 0 4 Hispanic 5 6 11 2 2 13 White Non Hispanic 3 162 54 220 42 44 86 306 R ESIDENCY In-State 3 177 55 236 43 46 89 325 Out-of -Sta te 8 8 2 2 10 Non-Resident Alien 2 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus S OURCE: RAP B5B141NF02 U NIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 66

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COLLEGE* A rchi t ecture Arts & Sciences Business Education Engine ering Fine Arts New College Undeclared Medici ne M edical S ciences Nur sing P ubli c H eal t h Includes majors and in tended majors SOURCE: RAP B5B141NF02 NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Ft. Myers Campus By College FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC _____ T_ra_n_sf_e.;...r __;;S..;_;tu;;_;;d=e.;..;.n t= s ____ Com Col Com C o l Other 2 81 39 55 2 Other .\J.QQfil 17 30 14 A l l 0 100 71 69 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 GRADUATES New Degreed All t o from USF USF 0 21 1 8 39 13 3 16 12 25 37 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL All 0 139 87 106 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 67

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Lakeland Campus FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower UJmfil Lower UJmfil USF USF HEADCOUNT* 131 29 162 19 15 34 196 STATUS Full-Time 86 11 98 3 5 8 106 Part-Time 45 18 64 16 10 26 90 SEX Male 44 10 54 5 2 7 61 Female 87 19 108 14 13 27 135 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 Black, Non-Hispanic 8 8 1 9 American Indian 0 0 0 Asian Pacific Islander 3 4 0 4 Hispanic 4 1 5 2 2 7 White, Non-Hispanic 116 27 145 16 15 31 176 RESIDENCY In-State 131 29 162 19 15 34 196 Out-of-State 0 0 0 Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 Students are i ncluded in campus headcount i f they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE : RAP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 68

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COLLEGE* Architecture Arts & Sciences Business Education Engineering Fine Arts New College Undeclared Medicine Medical Sciences Nursing Public Health Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE : RAP 858141NF02 NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Lakeland Campus, By College FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Transfer Students Com Col Com Col Other 40 36 44 6 5 1 Other !hmfil 7 11 9 All 0 47 47 54 8 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 GRADUATES TOTAL New Degreed All All to from USF USF 0 0 5 6 11 58 48 12 8 20 74 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 69

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNT DEMOGRAPHICS Total University FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters /Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 3 192 2 ,272 7,471 10,687 23,622 5, 115 1, 163 6,278 381 5,777 36 058 STATUS Full-Tim e 2 752 1 885 4,589 5,582 14 ,808 1 739 628 2,367 381 218 17,774 Part-T ime 440 387 2 882 5,105 8,814 3 376 535 3,911 5,559 18,284 SEX Male 1,415 969 3 095 4 ,861 10,340 2 ,0 14 568 2,582 240 2,138 15,300 Female 1 ,777 1 303 4,376 5,826 13,282 3 ,101 595 3,696 141 3 639 20,758 RACE Non-Resident Alien 61 43 157 138 399 248 141 389 28 816 Black Non-Hispanic 482 221 510 575 1 788 203 94 297 19 324 2,428 American Indian 8 6 21 9 44 8 4 12 7 12 75 Asian Pacific Islander 203 130 264 381 978 113 44 157 47 140 1,322 Hispanic 357 190 599 782 1 ,928 272 51 323 38 327 2,616 White Non-Hispanic 2 ,081 1 682 5 920 8,802 18, 485 4 ,271 829 5 100 270 4 946 28,801 RESIDENCY In-State 2,79 4 2 ,0 18 6 989 10 264 22,065 4 662 953 5,615 381 5 606 33,667 Outo f-State 337 211 325 285 1 158 205 69 274 143 1,575 N onR esident Alien 61 43 157 138 399 248 141 389 28 816 AGE Mean 1 9 21 25 28 25 34 36 34 26 38 29 Median 18 20 23 25 23 32 34 32 24 35 25 SOUR C E : RAP B5B141NF01 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 73

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Total University: Summary By College FALL 1994 COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl Architecture 0 79 79 79 Arts & Sciences 1 193 923 3,610 4,552 10,278 1,637 519 2,156 12,434 Business 408 275 1,548 2,660 4,891 885 41 926 5,817 Education 177 147 1,050 1,686 3,060 1 297 323 1,620 4,680 Engineering 361 230 504 1 170 2,265 523 163 686 2,951 Fine Arts 178 99 214 302 793 80 80 873 New College 125 192 141 91 549 0 549 Unclassified 0 0 5 777 5.777 Undeclared 749 405 334 73 1,561 0 1,561 Medicine 0 0 381 381 Medical Sciences 0 69 69 69 Nursing 69 152 223 240 240 463 Public Health 2 374 48 422 424 SOURCE: RAP B58141NF01 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 74

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Arts & Sciences All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters /Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 1 193 923 3 610 4 552 10 278 1 637 519 2,156 12,434 STATUS Full-Time 1 ,011 768 2,232 2 357 6 368 643 308 951 7 319 Part-Time 182 155 1 378 2 195 3,910 994 211 1 205 5,115 SEX Male 438 313 1 393 1 924 4,068 538 253 791 4 859 Female 755 610 2,217 2 628 6 210 1 099 266 1 365 7 575 RACE Non-Resident Alien 14 13 39 47 113 41 55 96 209 Black Non-Hispanic 187 95 280 285 847 79 35 114 961 Amer i can Indian 3 2 17 3 25 5 2 7 32 As i an Pacific Islander 92 59 98 149 398 28 20 48 446 Hispanic 150 87 300 355 892 92 22 114 1,006 White Non-Hispanic 747 667 2 876 3 ,7 13 8 003 1 392 385 1 777 9,780 RESIDENCY In-State 1 058 853 3,423 4 368 9 702 1 ,501 417 1 918 11, 620 Out-of-State 121 57 148 137 463 95 47 142 605 Non-Resident Alien 14 13 39 47 113 41 55 96 209 AGE Mean 19 21 25 28 25 34 34 34 27 Median 18 20 23 25 23 32 31 32 24 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 75

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Arts & Sciences All Campuses, By Discipline FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman So(;2homore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl DISCIPLINE Communications 106 64 345 344 859 77 77 936 Ethnic Studies 2 4 25 40 71 13 13 84 Foreign Languages 5 4 25 60 94 86 86 180 Health Professions 15 12 47 66 140 316 316 456 Interd i sciplinary Studies 293 181 262 307 1 043 43 43 1,086 Letters 40 70 304 465 879 82 118 200 1,079 Liberal/General Studies 6 4 38 149 197 57 57 254 Library Science 0 238 238 238 Life Sciences 309 179 400 482 1,370 83 34 117 1 487 Mathematics 12 5 36 58 111 19 36 55 166 Philosophy/Religion 5 7 28 43 83 36 13 49 132 Physical Sciences 61 53 106 172 392 119 118 237 629 Protective Services 72 70 391 447 980 53 53 1 033 Psychology 185 118 620 620 1,543 2 160 162 1 705 Public Administration 8 24 140 135 307 221 221 528 Social Sciences 74 128 843 1 164 2,209 192 40 232 2,441 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 76

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Business All Campuses FALL 1994 U NDER G RADU A TES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Fres h ma n So p homore Juni or Seni o r T otal M asters/Eds PhD T ota l Pro f Uncl HEADCOUNT 408 275 1 548 2 660 4 ,891 885 4 1 926 5 ,817 STATUS Full -Time 357 216 750 936 2 259 424 23 447 2 706 P art-Time 51 59 7 9 8 1 724 2,632 461 18 47 9 3 1 1 1 SEX Male 204 135 766 1 377 2 482 537 22 559 3 ,041 Female 204 140 782 1 283 2,409 34 8 19 367 2 776 RACE Non-Resident Alien 21 8 35 45 109 48 4 52 161 Black, Non-Hispanic 70 33 92 12 1 316 26 6 32 348 American Indian 1 1 1 2 5 1 1 6 As ian, Pac ific Islander 20 12 75 119 226 34 35 26 1 Hispani c 50 18 127 188 383 43 4 3 426 White Non-Hispanic 246 203 1 218 2,185 3 852 734 29 763 4, 615 RESIDENCY InS t a t e 3 44 241 1 454 2 569 4 608 767 33 800 5 4 08 Outo f -State 43 26 59 46 174 70 4 74 248 Non-Resident Alien 21 8 35 45 109 48 4 52 161 AGE Mean 19 22 26 29 27 32 35 3 2 28 Med ian 19 20 24 27 24 30 3 5 30 2 5 DISCIPLINE Business 408 275 1 548 2 660 4 ,891 885 41 926 5 817 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSIT Y OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-9 5 77

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Education All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters /Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 177 147 1 050 1 ,6 86 3 060 1,297 323 1 620 4 680 STATUS Full-T i me 157 127 739 1 248 2 ,271 265 116 381 2,652 Part-Time 20 20 311 438 789 1,032 207 1 ,239 2 028 SEX Male 34 28 198 356 616 264 103 367 983 Female 143 119 852 1 330 2 444 1 033 220 1 ,253 3 697 RACE Non-Resident Alien 2 4 3 10 6 6 12 22 Black Non-Hispanic 31 14 56 77 178 50 31 81 259 American Indian 2 3 5 2 2 7 Asian Pacific Islander 2 3 10 11 26 6 6 12 38 Hispanic 7 3 67 82 159 56 11 67 226 White, Non-Hispanic 136 125 911 1 510 2 682 1, 177 269 1 446 4 128 RESIDENCY In-State 162 134 1,015 1 637 2 948 1 277 310 1,587 4 535 Out-of-State 14 11 31 46 102 14 7 21 123 Non-Resident Alien 2 4 3 10 6 6 12 22 AGE Mean 19 22 26 28 26 36 41 37 28 Median 19 20 23 24 23 35 41 37 25 DISCIPLINE Education 177 147 1 050 1 686 3 060 1 ,297 323 1,620 4 680 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FAC TBOOK 1994-95 78

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Engineering All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters /Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 361 230 504 1 170 2 265 523 163 686 2 ,951 STATUS Full-Time 320 193 316 636 1,465 152 100 252 1,717 Part-Time 41 37 188 534 800 371 63 434 1,234 SEX Male 285 169 401 972 1 827 446 140 586 2,413 Female 76 61 103 198 438 77 23 100 538 RACE Non-Resident Alien 15 13 33 39 100 133 52 185 285 Black, Non-Hispanic 66 25 46 64 201 8 12 20 221 American Indian 1 1 1 1 2 Asian Pacific Islander 33 19 51 85 188 26 11 37 225 Hispanic 40 28 47 93 208 36 12 48 256 White Non-Hispanic 207 145 326 889 1 567 320 75 395 1,962 RESIDENCY In-State 316 200 450 1, 109 2,075 379 104 483 2,558 Out-of-State 30 17 21 22 90 11 7 18 108 Non-Resident Alien 15 13 33 39 100 133 52 185 285 AGE Mean 19 21 25 28 25 30 34 31 26 Median 19 20 22 26 23 28 32 30 25 DISCIPLINE Engineering 361 230 502 1 157 2 250 523 163 686 2 936 Eng ineerin g Technology 2 13 15 0 15 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 79

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Fine Arts All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters /Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 178 99 214 302 793 80 80 873 STATUS Full-Time 153 82 163 184 582 44 44 626 Part Time 25 17 51 118 211 36 36 247 SEX Male 80 46 112 129 367 27 27 394 Female 98 53 102 173 426 53 53 479 RACE Non-Resident Alien 1 1 4 6 4 4 10 Black Non-Hispanic 1 7 7 12 13 49 1 1 50 American Indian 1 1 2 0 2 Asian Pacific Islander 3 1 7 5 16 3 3 19 Hispanic 7 5 13 32 57 3 3 60 White Non-Hispanic 150 85 181 247 663 69 69 732 RESIDENCY In-State 161 92 204 289 746 70 70 816 Out-of-State 16 7 9 9 41 6 6 47 Non-Resident Alien 1 4 6 4 4 10 AGE Mean 19 21 24 27 24 34 34 25 Median 18 20 22 24 22 32 32 22 DISCIPLINE Visual / Performing Arts 178 99 214 302 793 80 80 873 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 80

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Nursing All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters /Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 69 152 223 240 240 463 STATUS Full-Time 35 101 138 58 58 196 Part-Time 34 51 85 182 182 267 SEX Male 7 26 33 13 13 46 Female 62 126 190 227 227 417 RACE N o n-Resident Alien 0 1 1 Bla c k Non-Hispanic 3 8 12 8 8 20 Ameri can Indian 0 0 0 Asian Pacific Islander 6 6 5 5 11 Hispanic 11 19 30 10 10 40 White Non-Hispanic 55 119 175 216 216 391 RESIDENCY In-State 68 152 222 238 238 460 Out-of-State 1 1 2 Non-Resident Alien 0 1 1 AGE Mean 19 21 31 30 30 40 40 35 Median 19 21 29 28 29 40 40 35 DISCIPLINE Health Professions 69 152 223 240 240 463 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 81

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Medicine FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters /Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 0 0 381 381 STATUS Full-Time 0 0 381 381 Part-Time 0 0 0 SEX Male 0 0 240 240 Female 0 0 141 141 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 19 19 American Indian 0 0 7 7 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 47 47 Hispanic 0 0 38 38 White, Non-Hispanic 0 0 270 270 RESIDENCY In-State 0 0 381 381 Out-of-State 0 0 0 Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 AGE Mean 26 26 Median 24 24 DISCIPLINE Health Professions 0 0 381 381 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 82

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Medical Sciences FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 0 69 69 69 STATUS Full-Time 0 63 63 63 Part-Time 0 6 6 6 SEX Male 0 33 33 33 Female 0 36 36 36 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 18 18 18 Black Non-Hispanic 0 7 7 7 American Indian 0 0 0 Asian Pacific I slander 0 3 3 3 Hispanic 0 3 3 3 White, Non-Hispanic 0 38 38 38 RESIDENCY In-State 0 49 49 49 Out-of-State 0 2 2 2 Non-Resident Alien 0 18 18 18 AGE Mean 31 31 31 Median 29 29 29 DISCIPLINE Health Professions 0 69 69 69 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 83

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Public Health All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters /Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 2 374 48 422 424 STATUS Full-Time 0 109 18 127 127 Part Time 2 265 30 295 297 SEX Male 0 136 17 153 153 Female 2 238 31 269 271 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 13 6 19 19 Black Non -Hispa nic 1 30 3 33 34 American Indian 0 1 1 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 11 3 14 14 Hispanic 0 20 3 23 23 White, Non-Hispanic 299 33 332 333 RESIDENCY In-State 2 354 40 394 396 Out-of-State 0 7 2 9 9 Non-Resident A lien 0 13 6 19 19 AGE Mean 35 41 38 33 38 34 34 Median 35 41 38 31 39 32 32 DISCIPLINE Health Professions 2 374 48 422 424 UN IVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 84

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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 RESIDENCY In-State Out-ofState Non-Resident Alien AGE Mean Median DISCIPLINE Unclassified ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Unclassified All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Masters/Eds UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OTHER Prof Uncl 5,777 218 5,559 2,138 3,639 28 324 12 140 327 4,946 5,606 143 28 38 35 5 777 TOTAL 5,777 218 5,559 2,138 3,639 28 324 12 140 327 4,946 5,606 143 28 38 35 5,777 85

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Undeclared -All Campuses FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshm an Sophomore Junior Seni or T otal Masters /Eds PhD Tota l Pr of Uncl HEADCOUNT 749 405 334 73 1,561 0 1,561 STATUS Full-Time 628 311 215 30 1 184 0 1 184 Part-Time 121 94 119 43 377 0 377 SEX Male 327 178 157 30 692 0 692 Female 422 227 177 43 869 0 8 69 RACE Non-Resident Alien 7 4 42 53 0 53 Black Non-Hispanic 108 44 17 6 175 0 175 American Indian 4 1 5 0 5 Asian Pa cif i c Islander 44 23 14 4 85 0 85 Hispanic 96 43 26 9 174 0 174 White Non-Hispanic 490 290 235 54 1 069 0 1 069 RESIDENCY In-State 687 380 276 70 1,413 0 1 ,4 13 Out-of-State 55 21 16 3 95 0 95 Non-Resident Alien 7 4 42 53 0 53 AGE Mean 19 21 24 27 21 21 Median 19 20 22 24 20 20 DISCIPLINE Undeclared 749 405 334 73 1 ,561 0 1 ,561 Note: Unde clared = Degre e seeking students who h ave not declared a maj o r or an intended major UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 86

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Tampa Campus FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters /Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 3 064 2,043 5,736 8,453 19, 296 4 ,119 1 ,102 5,221 381 3 347 28,245 STATUS Full-Time 2 625 1 680 3 852 4 ,779 12 ,936 1 ,618 604 2 222 381 165 15,704 Part -Time 439 363 1 884 3,674 6 360 2,501 498 2 999 3 182 12,541 SEX Male 1 368 858 2 537 4 080 8,843 1 653 525 2 178 240 1 367 12,628 Female 1 696 1 ,185 3 ,19 9 4 373 10, 453 2,466 577 3 043 141 1,980 15,617 RACE N on -Resident Alien 59 40 145 134 378 240 130 370 28 776 Black, Non-Hispanic 478 215 424 487 1 604 176 94 270 19 206 2,099 American Indian 8 5 18 7 38 7 4 11 7 7 63 Asian Pacific Islander 194 118 224 343 879 101 36 137 47 108 1, 171 H ispa n ic 350 184 534 702 1 ,770 241 49 290 38 247 2,345 White Non Hispanic 1,975 1,481 4,391 6 ,780 14 627 3 354 789 4 143 270 2,751 21,791 RESIDENCY In-State 2,726 1,867 5,320 8 068 17,981 3 692 907 4,599 381 3,207 26,168 Out-of State 279 136 271 251 937 187 65 252 112 1,301 N onResident Alien 59 40 145 134 378 240 130 370 28 776 AGE Mean 19 21 25 27 24 33 36 34 26 36 28 Median 19 20 22 25 22 31 34 32 24 34 24 Students are inc luded in campus headcount if they attend any c lasses on that c ampus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 87

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Tampa Campus by College FALL 1994 COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters /Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl A rchitecture 0 79 79 79 Arts & Sciences 1, 192 909 3 025 3 933 9 059 1,433 468 1 ,901 10,960 B usiness 407 265 998 1 739 3,409 755 41 796 4 205 E ducation 177 139 680 1 152 2 148 812 320 1 132 3,280 E n gineerin g 361 228 466 1,134 2 189 364 157 521 2,710 Fine Arts 178 99 212 298 787 80 80 867 N ew College 3 4 0 4 U nclassified 0 0 3 347 3,347 U ndeclared 748 399 298 60 1,505 0 1,505 M edicine 0 0 381 381 M edical Sciences 0 69 69 69 N ursing 55 136 193 238 238 431 P u blic Health 2 358 47 405 407 Includes majors and intended majors U N IVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 88

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS St. Petersburg Campus FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 2 18 777 1,263 2,060 383 64 447 555 3,062 STATUS Full-Time 11 301 466 779 108 32 140 28 947 Part-Time 7 476 797 1,281 275 32 307 527 2,115 SEX Male 6 279 518 804 135 44 179 190 1,173 Female 12 498 745 1 256 248 20 268 365 1,889 RACE Non-Resident Alien 6 5 11 6 12 18 29 Black Non-H ispa nic 53 64 117 12 12 33 162 American Indian 3 2 5 0 5 Asian Pacific Islander 18 33 52 4 7 11 6 69 Hispanic 28 46 74 10 2 12 17 103 White Non-Hispanic 2 17 669 1 113 1,801 351 43 394 499 2,694 RESIDENCY In-State 2 18 764 1,251 2 035 360 48 408 546 2 989 Out-of-State 7 7 14 17 4 21 9 44 Non-Resident Alien 6 5 11 6 12 18 29 AGE Mean 21 26 28 31 30 34 32 34 39 32 M edia n 21 22 25 29 28 32 31 32 34 29 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that cam pus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 89

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS St. Pete Campus by College FALL 1994 COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl Architect ure 0 0 0 Arts & Sciences 9 295 351 656 111 60 171 827 Business 5 302 664 971 95 95 1,066 Education 2 142 229 373 174 175 548 Engineering 10 6 16 3 3 19 Fine Arts 0 0 0 New College 0 0 0 Unclassified 0 0 555 555 Undeclared 2 26 11 40 0 40 Medicine 0 0 0 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 Nursing 0 Public Health 0 3 3 3 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 90

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Sarasota Campus FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 14 361 545 920 135 135 394 1,449 STATUS Full-Time 8 144 211 363 28 28 12 403 P artTime 6 217 334 557 107 107 382 1 046 SEX M ale 4 110 193 307 36 36 136 479 Female 10 251 352 613 99 99 258 970 RACE N o n Residen t Ali en 3 2 5 0 5 Bla c k Non-Hispanic 12 15 28 1 12 41 Americ a n Indian 0 0 2 2 A sian, Pacific Islander 5 11 16 2 2 6 24 His pani c 11 16 27 3 3 7 37 White Non-H i spanic 13 330 501 844 129 129 367 1 340 RESIDENCY InState 12 354 539 905 134 134 391 1 430 Out-of State 2 4 4 10 1 3 14 N o n Res i dent Alien 3 2 5 0 5 AGE M ea n 26 30 31 31 37 37 40 34 Median 24 27 30 29 37 37 39 31 Students are included in campus headcount if they a ttend a n y classes on t ha t campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 91

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Sarasota Campus by College FALL 1994 COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl Architecture 0 0 0 Arts & Sciences 6 148 194 348 52 52 400 Business 3 112 197 312 27 27 339 Education 20 25 45 2 2 47 Engineering 2 2 3 Fine Arts 0 0 0 N ew College 0 0 0 U nclassified 0 0 394 394 Undeclared 3 5 9 0 9 Medicine 0 0 0 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 Nursing 2 3 0 3 Public Health 0 0 0 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 92

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS New College Campus FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 125 189 140 91 545 0 545 STATUS Full-Time 125 187 139 90 541 0 541 Part-Time 2 1 4 0 4 SEX Male 47 100 60 47 254 0 254 Female 78 89 80 44 291 0 291 RACE N o n-Resident Alien 2 3 3 8 0 8 Black Non-H i spanic 3 2 3 9 0 9 Ameri ca n Indian 1 0 1 Asi a n P a cific Islander 9 11 9 2 31 0 31 H ispanic 7 6 8 4 25 0 25 White, N o n-H i spani c 104 166 117 84 471 0 471 RESIDENCY In-Stat e 65 114 97 69 345 0 345 Out -of State 58 72 4 0 22 192 0 192 N o n Resident Alien 2 3 3 8 0 8 AGE Mean 18 20 22 23 21 21 Medi a n 18 19 21 22 20 20 Stu d e nts are inc luded i n c a m pus h e a dcount i f they atte n d any c l asses on tha t camp u s UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 93

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Ft. Myers Campus FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 12 409 649 1,071 268 269 513 1 853 STATUS Full-Time 5 168 256 430 55 55 21 506 Part-Time 7 241 393 641 213 214 492 1,347 SEX Male 3 107 199 310 70 71 139 520 Female 9 302 450 761 198 198 374 1 333 RACE Non-Resident Alien 2 3 2 2 5 Black Non-Hispanic 17 11 29 5 5 19 53 American Indian 1 1 1 1 3 Asian Pacific Islander 7 6 13 0 4 17 Hispanic 24 32 56 4 4 16 76 White, Non-Hispanic 11 359 598 969 256 257 473 1,699 RESIDENCY InState 11 402 642 1,056 264 265 504 1,825 Out-of State 6 5 12 2 2 9 23 Non-Resident Alien 1 2 3 2 2 5 AGE Mean 31 27 29 32 31 36 62 36 36 33 Median 31 24 27 29 28 36 62 36 35 31 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 94

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Ft. Myers Campus by College FALL 1994 COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl Architecture 0 0 0 Arts & Sciences 4 170 213 387 67 67 454 Business 3 113 228 344 70 70 414 Education 5 106 188 299 131 131 430 Engineering 2 2 4 5 Fine Arts 0 New College 0 0 0 Unclassified 0 0 513 513 Undeclared 3 2 6 0 6 Medicine 0 0 0 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 Nursing 14 16 30 0 30 Public Health 0 0 0 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 95

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Lakeland Campus FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/EdS PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT* 2 6 267 265 540 137 3 140 321 1,001 STATUS Full-Time 2 3 126 117 248 24 24 10 282 Part-Time 3 141 148 292 113 3 116 311 719 SEX Male 2 80 103 185 36 1 37 142 364 Female 2 4 187 162 355 101 2 103 179 637 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 1 Black, Non-Hispanic 2 17 25 45 6 6 10 61 American Indian 0 0 1 1 Asian Pacific Islander 5 4 9 2 2 11 22 Hispanic 7 13 20 6 6 13 39 White, Non-Hispanic 4 237 223 465 123 3 126 286 877 RESIDENCY In-State 2 6 266 264 538 137 3 140 319 997 Out-of-State 1 0 2 3 Non-Resident Alien 0 AGE Mean 20 23 28 29 28 37 38 37 39 33 Median 20 21 24 27 26 38 42 38 37 30 Students are inc luded in campus h e adcount if the y attend any c l a sses o n that ca mpus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 96

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Lakeland Campus by College FALL 1994 COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl Architecture 0 0 0 Arts & Sciences 100 104 206 27 28 234 Business 84 82 168 3 3 171 Education 65 60 126 94 95 221 Engineering 2 12 16 30 13 14 44 Fine Arts 0 New College 0 0 0 Unclassified 0 0 321 321 Undeclared 6 7 0 7 Medicine 0 0 0 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 Nursing 2 2 0 2 Public Health 0 0 0 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 97

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Off Campus FALL 1994 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters /Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 20 93 113 398 22 420 783 1 316 STATUS Full-Time 9 62 71 57 11 68 8 147 Part-Time 11 31 4 2 341 11 352 775 1 169 SEX Male 4 22 26 186 10 196 213 435 Female 16 71 87 212 12 224 570 881 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 6 6 6 Black Non-Hispanic 6 6 12 13 52 71 American Indian 0 0 1 1 Asian Pac i fic Islander 0 8 2 10 10 20 Hispanic 1 4 5 24 1 25 34 64 White, Non Hispanic 19 83 102 348 18 366 686 1, 154 RESIDENCY In-State 20 92 112 389 22 411 771 1,294 Out-of-State 1 3 3 12 16 Non-Resident Alien 0 6 6 6 AGE Mean 31 31 31 36 40 36 40 38 Median 27 28 28 34 39 35 40 38 Students are included in c ampus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 98

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Off Campus, by College FALL 1994 COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl Architecture 0 0 0 Arts & Sciences 7 23 30 23 24 54 Business 0 5 5 5 Educat ion 11 65 76 173 14 187 263 Engineering 3 3 150 6 156 159 Fine Arts 0 0 0 New College 0 0 0 Unclassified 0 0 783 783 Undeclared 2 2 0 2 Medicine 0 0 0 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 Nursing 2 2 3 3 5 Public Health 0 44 45 45 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 99

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NIGHT VERSUS DAY HEADCOUNT Total University by College FALL 1994 Lower 11.QQfil Graduate Professional Unclassified Total % o f Total Architecture Night 1 1 1.3 Day 62 62 78. 5 Both 1. 1. 20.3 Total 0 0 79 0 0 79 100 0 Arts & Sc i ences N i ght 40 951 494 1,485 1 1 9 Day 1 ,473 3 929 1 068 6,470 5 2 0 Both 603 3.282 594 4.479 36 0 Total 2 116 8 162 2 156 0 0 12,434 100 0 Business Night 25 1 260 393 1 678 2 8 8 Day 458 1 348 261 2 067 35 5 Bot h 200 1 600 272 2 072 35.6 Total 683 4 208 926 0 0 5 817 100 0 Education N i ght 7 180 77 8 965 20 6 Day 255 1 578 4 97 2 3 30 49 8 Both 62 978 345 1,385 29. 6 Total 324 2 736 1 620 0 0 4 6 80 1 0 0 0 Engineering Night 15 1 7 2 253 440 14 9 Day 448 906 28 4 1 63 8 55 5 Both 128 596 1 4 9 8 7 3 29 6 Total 591 1 67 4 68 6 0 0 2 ,951 100 0 Fine Arts Night 3 2 5 3 31 3 6 Day 208 3 10 2 5 543 6 2. 2 Both 66 1fil. 52 2 99 34 .2 Total 277 516 80 0 0 8 7 3 100 0 Note : Students are inc luded in c a mpus headcoun t if t h e y attend any class es o n that c ampus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 100

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NIGHT VERSUS DAY HEADCOUNT Total University by College, continued FALL 1994 Lower !1QQfil Graduate Professional Unclassified Total % of Total New College Night 0 0.0 Day 317 232 549 100.0 Both Q 0.0 Total 317 232 0 0 0 549 100.0 Unclassified Night 2 ,576 2,576 44. 6 Day 2,592 2,592 44. 9 Both 609 609 10 5 Total 0 0 0 0 5 777 5,777 100.0 Undeclared Night 34 50 84 5.4 Day 834 204 1,038 66.5 Both 286 153 439 28. 1 Total 1 154 407 0 0 0 1,561 100.0 Medicine Night 0 0.0 Day 68 381 449 99.8 Both 1 1 0.2 Total 0 0 69 381 0 450 100.0 Nursing Night 2 13 15 3 2 Day 1 197 195 393 84.9 Both 1 22 32 55 11. 9 Total 2 221 240 0 0 463 100.0 Public Health Night 160 160 37.7 Day 2 96 98 23.1 Both 166 166 39. 2 Total 0 2 422 0 0 424 100.0 Note: Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 101

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NIGHT VERSUS DAY HEADCOUNT Total University by Campus FALL 1994 Lower \,,JQQfil Graduate Professional Unclassified Total % of Total Total University Night 124 2,640 2,095 2,576 7,435 20.6 Day 3,994 8,706 2 556 381 2,592 18 229 50.6 Both 1.346 6,812 1,627 609 10, 39 4 28 8 Total 5,464 18, 158 6,278 381 5,777 36 058 100.0 Continuing Ed Night 11 226 369 606 46.0 Day 39 127 376 542 41.2 Both 63 67 38 168 12.8 Total 0 113 420 0 783 1 ,3 16 100.0 Ft. Myers Night 1 64 48 52 165 8.9 Day 9 694 201 398 1 ,302 70.3 Both 300 20 63 386 20.8 Total 13 1 058 269 0 513 1,853 10 0.0 Lakeland Night 2 169 98 218 487 48.7 Day 3 151 13 73 240 24.0 Both 212 29 30 274 27.4 Total 8 532 140 0 321 1 ,00 1 100 0 Sarasota/New College Night 3 178 103 228 512 25 7 Day 316 503 5 111 935 46 .9 Both 456 27 55 547 27.4 Total 328 1,137 135 0 394 1,994 100.0 St. Petersburg Night 6 683 222 336 1 247 40.7 Day 5 376 122 128 631 20 6 Both 981 103 fil 1 184 38.7 Total 20 2,040 447 0 555 3 ,062 100 .0 Tampa Night 113 1 636 1,542 1,414 4,705 16.7 Day 3 663 7 111 2,120 381 1 ,521 14 796 52.4 Both 1 .331 5.442 1,559 412 8 .7 44 31.0 Total 5 107 14, 189 5,221 381 3 347 28 245 100.0 Note : Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994 102

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ANNUAL FTE AND STUDENT CREDIT HOURS BY TERM Total University All Campuses 1993-94 Annual FTE T otal SCH Summe r SCH Fall SC H Spring SCH TOTAL UNIVERSITY L ower L eve l 3,699.0 147,961 1 5,022 71,908 61,031 Upper Level 11, 120 3 444,812 66 027 19 1 ,26 4 1 87 ,521 Graduate Classroom 3 410.9 109,150 22,038 43,947 43 165 Thesis / D isse rtati on 251. 3 8 043 1 626 2 917 3,500 TOTAL 18,481.6 709 966 104,7 13 310,036 29 5,217 TOTAL E & G (Education & General) Lower Level 3,660.5 146 419 14 ,860 71,209 60 350 Upper L evel 10,987.3 439 492 64 937 189 060 185 495 Graduate C l assroom 3 034 0 97,089 1 9,43 6 39 1 62 38 ,491 Thesis / Dissertation 227.1 7,266 1,409 2,661 3 196 TOTAL 17, 908 9 690,266 10 0,6 42 302,092 287 532 TOTAL HEAL TH SCIENCES L ower Level 38.6 1,542 162 699 681 Upp e r Level 133.0 5,320 1,090 2,204 2,026 Gra du ate C l assroom 376.9 12,061 2,602 4 785 4,674 Th esis / Dissertation 24.3 777 217 256 304 TOTAL 572 7 1 9,700 4,071 7 944 7,685 -Tota1SCH -1 --------------, -Sprin g 295 217 (41 58 % ) SOURCE : RAP # 1 10 310 036 (43 67 %) UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994-95 I I I Total FTE by Level Graduat e i Classroom j ( 18.46 % Thesis/ Di sse rtation (60.17%r I Upper Level L_ ------103

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ANNUAL FTE AND STUDENT CREDIT HOURS BY TERM Education & General All Campuses 1993-94 E&G Annual FTE Total SCH Summer SCH Fall SCH Spring SCH Architecture Lower Level 0.0 0 0 0 0 Upper Level 0.0 0 0 0 0 Graduate Classroom 52.7 1 686 334 694 658 Thesis / Dissertation 7.4 236 56 78 102 TOTAL 60 1 1 922 390 772 760 Arts & Sciences Lower Level 2 670 7 106 828 11,581 51,849 43,398 Upper Level 5 356 3 214 ,251 29,338 92,910 92 003 Graduate Classroom 1,053 7 33 717 5 398 14.471 13,848 Thesis / Dissertation 117.8 3,77 1 715 1,375 1,681 TOTAL 9,198 5 358 567 47 032 160,605 150 ,930 Business Lower Level 437.4 1 7 .497 2,025 7 695 7 777 Upper Level 2 002 7 80 109 14 129 33 842 32,138 Graduate Classroom 515 5 16.496 3 363 6,658 6,475 Thesis / Dissertation 7.3 233 64 65 104 TOTAL 2 962 9 114 335 19 ,581 48,260 46,494 Education Lower Level 137.2 5,486 156 2 915 2.415 Upper Level 1 997.9 79,914 14 046 32,901 32,967 Graduate Classroom 1 056.4 33 806 9,014 11,947 12,845 Thesis / Dissertation 45.2 1.447 33 1 527 589 TOTAL 3 236.7 120,653 23 547 48 290 48 816 Engineering Lower Level 59.4 2 377 417 1 ,171 789 Upper Level 833 8 33,350 5 486 13 863 14 ,001 Graduate Classroom 306.3 9 ,801 1 182 4 615 4 004 Thesis / Dissert a tion 46.4 1 485 241 580 664 TOTAL 1 245.9 4 7 013 7,326 20 229 19 458 Fine Arts Lower Level 209.8 8 390 681 3 990 3,719 Upper Level 419.3 1 6,772 1 899 7 636 7 237 Graduate Classroom 49.5 1 583 145 777 661 Thesis / Dissertation 2 9 94 2 36 56 TOTAL 681. 5 26,839 2 727 12 439 1 1 673 SOURCE : RAP #110 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994-95 104

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ANNUAL FTE AND STUDENT CREDIT HOURS BY TERM E & G (continued) & Health Sciences All Campuses 1993-94 E & G (continued) AnnualFTE T o t al SC H Summer SCH F all SC H S p rin g SCH Instructional Quality & Innovation Lower L evel 10.7 429 0 429 0 Upper Level 42.7 1 707 39 636 1,03 2 TOTAL 53.4 2,136 39 1,065 1,0 32 New Co lle ge Lower Level 132.2 5,288 0 3,112 2,176 Upper Level 318.9 1 2,756 0 6,948 5 808 TOTAL 451. 1 18,044 0 10 060 7,9 8 4 Unde r gradua t e Studies Low e r Level 0.0 0 0 0 0 PA C E Lower Level 3.1 1 24 0 48 76 Upper Lev el 15.8 633 0 324 309 Graduat e Classro o m 0.0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 18 9 757 0 372 385 HEAL TH SCIENCES Medic i ne Lower Level 0.0 0 0 0 0 Upper Leve l 0.0 0 0 0 0 G raduate Classroom 39.2 1 253 275 558 420 The sis / Dissertation 12 8 409 95 1 28 1 8 6 TOTAL 51. 9 1 ,662 370 686 606 Nursing L owe r Level 11. 0 438 0 240 198 Upper L evel 126.4 5 057 1,066 2,064 1,927 Graduate Cl a ssro o m 116 3 3 723 777 1,449 1,497 Thesis / Dissertation 2 1 68 16 27 25 TOTAL 255.8 9 286 1,859 3,780 3,647 Public Health Lower Level 27 6 1,104 162 459 483 Upper Level 6.6 263 24 140 99 Graduate Classroom 221.4 7 085 1,550 2,778 2,757 Thesis /Dis sertation 9.4 300 1 06 101 93 TOTAL 265 0 8 752 1,842 3,478 3,432 SOURCE : RAP #110 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994-95 105

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ANNUAL FTE AND STUDENT CREDIT HOURS BY TERM Total University E & G by Campus 1993-94 Annual FTE Total SCH Summer SCH Fall SCH Spring SCH TOTAL UNIVERSITY -E & G Lower Level 3,660.5 146,419 14,860 71,209 60,350 Upper Level 10,987 .3 439,492 64,937 189 060 185,495 Graduate Classroom 3,034.0 97,089 1 9,436 39 162 38,491 Thesis/Dissertation 227.1 7,266 1 409 2,661 3,196 TOTAL 17,908.9 690,266 100 ,642 302,092 287 532 Tampa On-Campus & Off-Campus Lower Level 3,473.1 138 ,922 14 458 67,262 57 202 Upper Level 8 410.7 336 428 47 807 145,641 142,980 Graduate Classroom 2 ,496.9 79,902 15,080 33 ,021 31,801 Thesis / Dissertation 225 0 7 199 1 404 2 640 3 155 TOTAL 14 605.7 562,451 78 749 248 564 235 138 St. Petersburg On-Campus & Off-Campus Lower Level 31.4 1,257 225 492 540 Upper Level 962.9 38,516 7 729 15, 614 15, 1 7 3 Graduate Classroom 194.4 6 222 1 ,665 2 ,261 2 296 Thesis/Dissertation 2.1 67 5 21 41 TOTAL 1,190.9 46,062 9,624 18,388 18 050 Sarasota On-Campus & Off-Campus Lower Level 20 7 828 177 295 356 Upper Level 469.9 18,796 3,544 7,689 7 563 Graduate Classroom 85.1 2,724 591 834 1,299 Thesis/Dissertation 0.0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 575 7 22,348 4,312 8,818 9,218 Ft. Myers On-Campus & Off-Campus Lower Level 0.0 0 0 0 0 Upper Level 570.5 22 820 3 778 9,334 9,708 Graduate Classroom 166.8 5 336 1,259 1 949 2,128 Thesis/Dissertation 0.0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 737.3 28,156 5,037 11,283 11,836 Lakeland On-Campus & Off-Campus Lower Level 0.0 2,079 0 0 0 Upper Level 238.6 841 2,079 3,510 3,954 Graduate Classroom 90 8 2,905 841 1 097 967 Thesis / Dissertation 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 329.4 5 825 2 920 4,607 4 ,921 New College Lower Level 132 2 2 079 0 3,112 2,176 Upper Level 318.9 841 0 6,948 5 808 TOTAL 451. 1 2,920 0 10 060 7,984 SOURCE : RAP #110 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994-95 106

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ANNUAL FTE AND STUDENT CREDIT HOURS BY TERM Education & General -Tampa Campus by College 1993-94 A n nual F TE T o t a l SCH Summ e r 93 S C H Fall 9 3 S C H Spring 94 SCH A rchitecture Graduate Classroom 52 7 1 6 86 334 694 658 Thes i s / D i sserta t ion 7.4 236 56 78 102 TO T AL 60.1 1 ,922 390 772 760 Arts & Sc iences Lowe r L e vel 2 63 9 8 1 0 5 592 11, 338 51, 347 42 907 U pper Leve l 4 ,590.7 183 62 9 23,253 8 1 068 79 308 G radu a t e C l assroo m 9 4 0.5 30 096 4 425 13 1 42 12,529 T h esis / Di s s ert a tion 115 8 3 704 710 1 354 1 640 T O T A L 8,2 8 6 8 3 23 ,021 39 726 1 46 ,911 136 384 Busine ss L owe r L eve l 416 2 1 6 648 1 866 7 410 7 372 Up p er L eve l 1 321.6 52 863 9,345 22 320 2 1 198 G r adua te C l a s sro o m 436.6 13 972 2 658 5 75 1 5 563 Th esis / Disse rtation 7.3 233 64 65 104 TOTAL 2 ,181.7 83,716 1 3 933 35 546 34 237 E ducation Lowe r L ev e l 1 37.2 5,486 15 6 2,9 1 5 2 415 Up p e r L evel 1 273.9 50 957 8 370 2 1 1 8 2 21,405 Gradu a t e C l ass r oo m 720 2 23 046 6 ,381 8 ,159 8,506 Thesis / Dissertation 45 2 1 4 4 7 33 1 527 589 TOTAL 2 176 5 80 936 1 5 238 32 7 8 3 32 9 1 5 Eng i ne e ring L ow er L eve l 59.4 2 377 417 1,171 789 Upp e r L eve l 7 84 6 3 1 384 5 1 44 1 3 132 13,1 08 Graduate C lassro o m 297.5 9 5 1 9 1 1 37 4,49 8 3 8 84 Thesis /Disse rtati o n 46.4 1 485 241 5 8 0 66 4 T O TA L 1 187 9 44 765 6 939 1 9,381 18 4 45 F ine Arts L owe r L evel 2 09.8 8 390 681 3 990 3 7 1 9 Upp e r Le vel 401.3 16 050 1 656 7 38 1 7,0 1 3 G r adu a t e Class roo m 49.5 1 583 145 777 661 Thesi s / Dissertati o n 2.9 94 2 36 56 T O TAL 663.4 26 ,117 2 4 84 1 2 184 1 1 449 Instru c tional Quality & Innovation L owe r L eve l 10.7 429 0 429 0 Upp e r L eve l 38.6 1 545 39 558 948 T O T A L 49 4 1 ,974 39 987 948 SOURCE: R A P # 1 10 UNIVERSITY O F SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994 95 107

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FALL 1994 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS FALL SCH TOTAL UNIVERSITY Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis / Dissertation TOTAL 71,306 199,392 46,452 3,360 320,510 Total University Fall 1994* G ra du a t e C l assroo m E & G Total E & G (EDUCATION & GENERAL) TOTAL Lower Level 70,589 Upper Level 197,085 Graduate Classroom 41,475 Thesis / Dissertat ion 3 ,076 TOTAL 312 225 Health Sciences Total HEALTH SCIENCES TOTAL Lower Level Upper Level Graduate C l assro o m Thesis / Dissertation TOTAL Data Ba sed on the F all Prel i mi nary B e n c hm a rk SOURCE : RAP #110 717 2 ,307 4 ,977 284 8 285 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994-95 I Thes i s/ Dissert ation I (3.43% Gradu ate Classroom ( 27 .85%) U pp e r Level 108

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TOTAL UNIVERSITY Low er Level Up pe r Level Graduate Classroom Thesis / Dissertation TOTAL CAMPUSES TAMPA Lower L evel Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis / Dissertation TOTAL ST. PETERSBURG Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis / Diss ertation TOTAL FALL 1994 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Total University (E & G) by Campus Fall 1994* FALL SCH E & G (Education & General) 70, 589 197 085 41, 475 3 076 312 225 66,789 149 660 34 108 3 058 253 615 546 16 ,001 2 207 18 18,772 Total University Graduate I The sis/D i sserta tion I C l assroom (0.99 %) 1 (13 28 % I Upper leve l Tampa Campus St. Petersburg Campus Graduate C lassroom Data Based on the Fall Pr eliminary Benchmark SOURCE : RAP # 110 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994-95 109

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FALL 1994 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS CAMPUSES( continued) SARASOTA I NEW COLLEGE Lower L evel Upper L eve l Gra duat e C l assroo m The s i s/ D issertatio n TOTAL FT.MYERS L ower L eve l Upper L eve l G r adu a t e C l ass r oom Th esis / D isserta t ion TOTAL LAKELAND L ow e r L evel Upp e r L eve l Gradu a t e Classroo m Th es i s/Disserta t io n TOTAL PACE L owe r L eve l Uppe r Level Graduat e Class r oo m Thesis / D isserta tion TOTAL Data Based o n t he Fall Preliminary B e nchma r k SOURCE : RAP # 110 3 238 15,3 1 2 1 288 0 1 9 838 0 1 0 972 2,48 0 0 1 3 452 0 5,070 1 365 0 6 435 1 6 70 27 0 113 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994-95 Total University by Campus Fall 1994 r--' I 6.49 V o : : .. ( 1 6 32 %) i I I I L _____ ,-------. -I Campus I L Lakeland Campus i I -_J ----------1 I i i I 1 I i ----___ _J ---------------------------PACE 110

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FALL 1994 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS COLLEGES-E&G Architecture L ower Level Upper L eve l Graduate Classro o m The sis / Dissertati o n TOTAL Arts & Sciences Lower L evel Upper L evel Graduate Classro o m Thesis / Dissertation TOT AL Business L owe r Leve l Upper Level Graduate Clas sroom Th esis / Dissertat ion TOTAL Education L owe r Level Upper L eve l Graduate Classroom T hesis / Dissertation T O TAL D ata Based on the Fall Pr eliminary B enchmark SOURCE: RAP #110 E & G (Education & General) by College Fall 1994* F ALL SCH 0 57 661 125 843 5 0 956 99,029 15, 697 1 57 1 167 253 8 148 32 992 7 057 69 48,266 2,759 34 73 1 12 894 59 1 50 975 FALL SCH Engineering L owe r L eve l 1 ,146 Upper L eve l 14, 258 Graduate C las sroom 4,392 Thesis / Dissertation 674 TOTAL 20,470 Fine Arts Lower L eve l 4 105 Upper L evel 7 658 Graduate Classroom 747 Thesis /Dissertation 46 TOTAL 12, 556 Instructional Quality & Innovation L ower Level 435 U pper L evel 854 TOTAL 1 ,289 New College L ower L evel Upp e r L evel TOTAL 3,024 7,436 10 460 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994-95 111

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FALL 1994 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Health Sciences Total Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis / Dissertation TOTAL Public Health L ower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis / Dissertat ion TOTAL D ata Based o n the F all P reliminary Benchmark SOURCE : RAP #110 FALL SCH 717 2 307 4,977 284 8 285 456 126 2,747 105 3 434 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994-95 Health Sciences by College Fall 1994* Medical Science L ower Level Upper Lev e l Graduate Classroom Th esis/ D issertation TOTAL Nursing L ower L eve l U pper L eve l Gradu ate Classr oom Th esis / Dissertati o n TOTAL FALL SCH 0 0 511 145 656 2 6 1 2, 18 1 1 719 34 4 195 112

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FALL 1994 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS TOTAL FALL SCH Tampa On-Campus & Off-Campus L owe r Level 66,789 Upper L evel 149,660 Graduate Classroom 34, 108 Thesi s / D isse rtation 3,058 TOTAL 253,615 COLLEGES Architecture L o wer L evel Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis / D isserta tion TOTAL Arts & Sciences L owe r Level Upper Level Graduate C lassroom Thesi s/ Dissertati on TOTAL Business L ower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Data Based on the Fall Preliminary Benchmark SOURCE: RAP #110 0 57 661 125 843 50 607 84.722 14 100 1 553 150,982 7,737 20 ,605 6,256 69 34,668 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994-95 Tampa Campus by College Fall 1994* Education Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Engineering Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis / D issertation TOTAL Fine Arts Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis / Dissertation TOTAL FALL SCH 2,759 22,493 8 050 591 33 893 1 146 13 660 4,294 674 19 774 4,105 7,336 747 46 12,234 Instructional Quality & Innovation Lower Level 435 Upper Level 786 TOTAL 1 ,221 PACE L owe r Level Upper Level Graduate Class roo m TOTAL 16 70 27 86 113

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Total University FALL 93 FALL 94 Class Discuss L abs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels 504 20 76 600 160 760 517 22 84 623 162 785 Upper Levels 1,626 65 152 1 843 423 2,266 1,753 72 160 1,985 428 2,413 Graduate Levels 737 60 6 803 330 1 133 750 60 5 815 363 1, 178 Total All Levels 2 867 14 5 234 3 246 913 4 159 3 020 154 249 3,423 953 4 376 ARCHITECTURE Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 0 0 Graduate Levels 11 3 15 3 18 1 3 2 15 4 19 Total All Levels 11 3 15 3 18 14 0 2 16 4 20 ARTS & SCI ENC ES Lower Levels 409 5 63 477 18 495 422 5 71 498 21 519 Upper Levels 840 48 99 987 113 1 10 0 932 52 108 1 092 136 1 228 Graduate Levels 292 23 1 316 155 471 311 21 2 334 167 501 Total All Levels 1,541 76 163 1 780 286 2 066 1 665 78 181 1,924 324 2,248 BUSINESS Lower Levels 26 15 41 41 29 16 45 45 Upper Levels 308 4 313 14 327 311 4 315 9 324 Graduate Levels 99 5 104 23 127 95 4 99 22 121 Total All Levels 433 24 458 37 495 435 24 0 459 31 490 EDUCATION Lower Levels 33 13 46 14 60 30 13 43 14 57 Upper Levels 267 10 5 282 112 394 274 12 5 291 105 396 Graduate Levels 180 25 205 69 274 196 27 224 78 302 Total All Levels 480 35 18 533 195 728 500 39 19 558 197 755 Notes: I ncludes all Off Campus cou r ses. Other inclu des Supervised R esearch and Tea ching, G r aduate Thesis and Disse rtation Internships, Directed Ind ividual Study, and Indi vid ual Performance Instruction SOURCE : USF.IS.BOT931 SUS.COURSE HIST .DS0002 B USF IS.BOT941.SUS.COU RSE HIST.DS00 02B UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 117

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Total University, continued FALL 93 FALL 94 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total ENGINEERING Lower Levels 12 12 13 12 12 13 Upper Levels 142 42 185 10 195 158 42 201 11 212 Graduate Levels 135 137 31 168 122 123 40 163 Total All Levels 289 2 43 334 42 376 292 2 42 336 52 388 FINE ARTS Lower Levels 18 18 123 141 18 19 122 141 Upper Levels 63 5 68 161 229 69 1 5 75 155 230 Graduate Levels 20 5 26 49 75 13 7 20 52 72 Total All Levels 101 5 6 112 333 445 100 9 5 114 329 443 NEW COLLEGE Lower Levels 0 3 3 0 3 3 Upper Levels 0 11 11 0 10 10 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 0 0 0 0 14 14 0 0 0 0 13 13 Instructional Quality & Innovation Lower Levels 6 6 7 6 6 1 7 Upper Levels 6 2 8 2 10 8 2 10 2 12 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 12 2 0 14 3 17 14 2 0 16 3 19 Notes : Includes all Off Campus courses Other includes Supervised Research and Teaching Graduate Thes is and Dissertation Internships Directed Ind ivi dual Study and Individual Performance Instructi on. SOURCE : USF IS.BOT931.SUS COURSE.HIST DS00028 USF IS.BOT941.SUS COURSE.HIST DS00028 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 118

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Tampa FALL 93 FALL 94 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels 494 20 74 588 157 745 508 22 8 2 612 159 771 Upper L evels 1,226 59 146 1 ,43 1 332 1 763 1 ,309 63 148 1 520 331 1 ,851 Graduate Levels 600 50 6 656 308 964 611 51 5 667 337 1 004 Total All Leve ls 2 320 129 226 2 675 797 3,472 2,428 136 235 2 799 827 3 626 ARCHIT ECTUR E L ower Levels 0 0 0 0 Up per L eve ls 0 0 Graduate Levels 11 3 15 3 18 13 2 15 4 19 Total All L evels 11 3 15 3 18 1 4 0 2 16 4 20 ARTS & SC I ENC ES Lower L eve l s 403 5 61 469 18 487 417 5 69 49 1 21 512 Up p er Lev els 683 45 94 822 83 905 747 46 98 891 96 987 Gra duat e Level s 25 3 20 1 274 145 419 275 17 2 294 155 449 Tota l All Lev e l s 1 3 39 70 156 1 565 246 1 ,811 1 439 68 169 1 676 272 1 948 B U SIN E SS Lowe r Lev e l s 23 15 38 38 26 1 6 42 42 Upper Leveis 203 3 207 6 213 190 3 193 4 197 G raduate Levels 82 4 86 21 107 82 3 85 18 103 To tal All L evels 3 08 22 33 1 27 358 298 22 0 320 22 342 EDUCA T ION Lower L evels 33 1 3 46 14 60 30 13 43 14 57 Upper Le ve ls 157 1 0 5 1 72 75 247 156 12 4 1 72 69 241 Graduate Level s 119 19 1 38 59 19 7 12 1 23 1 145 68 213 Total Al l Levels 309 29 18 356 148 504 307 35 18 360 151 511 Notes: Includes ail Off Campus co urs es. Other includes Supervised R esearch and T eachi ng Graduate Thes is and Disse rtation I n tern ships, D irected Individual Study and Ind ivid ual P erformance I nstruction. SOURCE : USF I S.BOT93 1 SUS.CO U RSE HIST .DS0002 B USF.IS BOT 941.S US.COURSE.HIST DS000 2 B UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 119

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Tampa, continued FALL 93 FALL 94 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total ENGINEERING Lower Levels 11 11 12 11 11 12 Upper Levels 118 41 160 9 169 141 41 183 9 192 Graduate Levels 115 117 31 148 107 1 108 40 148 Total All Levels 244 2 42 288 41 329 259 2 41 302 50 352 FINE ARTS Lower Levels 18 18 123 141 18 19 122 141 Upper Levels 59 5 64 157 221 66 5 72 152 2 2 4 Graduate Levels 20 5 26 49 75 13 7 20 52 72 Total All Levels 97 5 6 108 329 437 97 9 5 111 326 4 37 INSTR QUAL & INNOV Lower Levels 6 6 7 6 0 6 7 Upper Levels 6 6 2 8 8 8 9 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 12 0 0 12 3 15 14 0 0 14 2 16 Notes : Includes all Off Campus courses. Other includes Supervised Research and Teaching Graduate Thesis and Dissertation Internships Directed Individual Study and Individual Performance Instruction SOURCE : USF .IS. BOT931.SUS COURSE HIST.DS00028 USF IS.BOT941 SUS.COURSE HIST DS00028 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 120

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS St. Petersburg FALL 93 FALL 94 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels 5 5 5 5 5 5 Upp er Levels 151 4 156 26 182 163 5 2 170 29 199 Graduate Levels 41 3 44 12 56 35 36 13 49 Total All Levels 197 7 205 38 243 203 6 2 211 42 253 ARTS & SCIENCES Lower Levels 2 2 2 2 2 2 Upper Levels 63 65 10 75 62 2 2 66 12 78 Graduate Levels 13 14 5 19 12 12 7 19 Total All Levels 78 2 81 15 96 76 2 2 80 19 99 BUSINESS Lower Levels 3 3 3 3 3 3 Upper Levels 51 52 3 55 62 63 3 66 Graduate Levels 9 9 10 3 4 5 Total All Levels 63 0 64 4 68 68 2 0 70 4 74 EDUCATION Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 32 32 12 44 36 36 13 49 Graduate Levels 19 2 21 6 27 20 20 5 25 Total All Levels 51 2 0 53 18 71 56 0 0 56 18 74 ENGINEERING Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 2 2 2 1 1 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 Notes: Includes all Off Campus courses. Other i nclude s Supervised Research and Teaching Graduate Thesis and Dissertation, Internships Directed Individual Study, and Individual Performance Instruc tion SOURCE : USF.IS.BOT931 .SUS COURSE HIST.DS0002B USF.IS BOT941 SUS COURSE.HIST.DS0002B UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 121

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS St. Petersburg, continued FALL 93 FALL 94 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total FINE ARTS Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 3 3 4 2 2 2 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 3 0 0 3 4 2 0 0 2 0 2 INSTR. QUAL & INNOV Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 2 2 2 2 2 3 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 3 Notes : I ncludes al l Off Camp u s courses O ther inc ludes S u p ervised R esearch and Teaching Graduate Thesis and D is s ert at ion Internships D i rected Indiv i dual St u dy and I n div i d u al P erformance I nstruct i on S ource : U SF.IS.BOT931.SUS. C OURSE .HIST.DS00 0 2B USF IS.B O T941 SUS C O U RSE HIS T DS00 0 2 B UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 122

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Sarasota, Including New College FALL 93 FALL 94 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels 5 2 7 3 10 4 2 6 3 9 Upper Levels 95 2 98 31 129 93 3 96 30 126 Graduate Levels 27 1 28 6 34 28 28 5 33 Total All Levels 127 2 4 133 40 173 125 5 130 38 168 ARTS & SCIENCES Lower Levels 4 2 6 6 3 2 5 5 Upper Levels 33 2 36 7 43 41 3 44 9 53 Graduate Levels 11 11 3 14 7 7 4 11 Total All Levels 48 4 53 10 63 51 0 5 56 13 69 BUSINESS Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 25 25 2 27 22 22 23 Graduate Levels 4 4 4 3 3 3 Total All Levels 29 0 0 29 2 31 25 0 0 25 26 EDUCATION Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 26 26 10 36 25 25 8 33 Graduate Levels 7 8 3 11 16 16 1 17 Total All Levels 33 0 34 13 47 41 0 0 41 9 50 ENGINEERING Lower Levels 1 Upper Levels 10 10 10 4 4 5 Graduate Levels 5 5 5 2 2 2 Total All Levels 16 0 0 16 0 16 7 0 0 7 8 Notes : Includes all Off Campus courses Other includes Supervised Research and Teaching Graduate Thesis and Dissertation Internships D irected Individual Study and Individual Performance Instruction. SOURCE : USF IS.BOT931.SUS.COURSE HIST.DS0002B USF IS.BOT941 SUS.COURSE HIST DS0002B UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 123

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Sarasota, Including New College, continued FALL 93 FALL 94 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total FINE ARTS Lower Levels 6 0 0 Upper Levels 1 2 2 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 Total All Levels 0 0 2 0 0 2 NEW COLLEGE Lower Levels 0 3 3 0 3 3 Upper Levels 0 11 11 0 10 10 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 0 0 0 0 14 14 0 0 0 0 13 13 Notes : Includes all Off Campus courses Other includes Supervised Research and Teaching, Graduate Thesis and Dissertation, Internships Directed Individual Study and Individual Performance Instruct io n SOURCE : USF.IS BOT931.SUS.COURSE HIST DS0002B, USF.IS.BOT941 SUS.COURSE.HIST.DS0002B UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 124

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Ft. Myers FALL 93 FALL 94 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 90 90 15 105 109 2 4 115 20 135 Graduate Levels 33 4 3 7 3 40 35 5 40 6 46 Total All Levels 123 4 0 127 18 145 144 7 4 155 26 181 ARTS & SCIENCES Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 30 30 3 33 46 2 3 51 9 60 Graduate Levels 9 9 1 10 8 1 9 9 Total All Levels 39 0 0 39 4 43 54 3 3 60 9 69 BUSINESS Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 24 24 3 27 24 24 24 Graduate Levels 4 5 1 6 6 6 3 9 Total All Levels 28 0 29 4 33 30 0 0 30 3 33 EDUCATION Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 36 36 9 45 39 40 11 51 Graduate Levels 20 3 23 24 21 4 25 3 28 Total All Levels 56 3 0 59 10 69 60 4 65 14 79 Notes: Includes all Ott Campus courses Other inc l udes Superv i sed Research and Teaching Graduate Thesis and Dissertation Internships Directed Individual Study, and Individual Performance Instruction SOURCE : USF IS.BOT931 SUS COURSE HIST DS0002B USF.IS.BOT941 SUS.COURSE.HIST.DS0002B UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 125

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Lakeland FALL 93 FALL 94 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 64 1 3 68 19 87 79 2 3 84 18 102 Graduate Levels 36 2 38 1 39 41 3 44 2 46 Total All Levels 100 3 3 106 20 126 120 5 3 128 20 148 ARTS & SCIENCES Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 31 2 34 10 44 36 2 2 40 10 50 Graduate Levels 6 2 8 9 9 3 12 13 Total All Levels 37 3 2 42 11 53 45 5 2 52 11 63 BUSINESS Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 5 5 5 13 13 14 Graduate Levels 0 0 Total All Levels 5 0 0 5 0 5 14 0 0 14 15 EDUCATION Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 16 16 6 22 18 18 4 22 Graduate Levels 15 15 15 18 18 1 19 Total All Levels 31 0 0 31 6 37 36 0 0 36 5 41 ENG I NEERING Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 12 13 14 12 13 14 Graduate Levels 15 15 15 13 13 13 Total All Levels 27 0 28 29 25 0 26 27 Notes: Includes all Off Campus courses. Other includes Supervised Research and Teaching Graduate Thesis and Dissertation Internships, Directed Individual Study and Individual Perform ance Instruction SOURCE: USF.IS BOT931.SUS.COURSE HIST DS0002B USF .IS. BOT941.SUS.COURSE.HIST.DS0002B UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 126

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Lakeland, continued FALL 93 FALL 94 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other FINE ARTS Lower Levels 0 0 0 Upper Levels 0 2 2 0 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 Total All Levels 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 Notes: Includes all Off Campus courses. Other includes Supervised Research and Teaching Graduate Thesis and Dissertation, Internships, Directed Individual Study, and Individual Performance Instruction SOURCE: USF.IS.BOT931 SUS COURSE HIST.DS0002B USF.IS.BOT941.SUS COURSE.HIST DS0002B UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 2 2 Total 0 2 0 2 127

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Total University, Off-Campus Courses Only FALL 93 FALL 94 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 11 11 4 15 12 12 5 17 Graduate Levels 79 2 81 6 87 84 3 87 10 97 Total All Levels 90 2 0 92 10 102 96 3 0 99 15 114 ARTS & SCIENCES Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 2 2 2 3 3 3 Graduate Levels 8 9 2 11 5 5 2 7 Total All Levels 10 0 11 2 13 8 0 0 8 2 10 BUSINESS Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 0 0 0 0 Graduate Levels 0 0 2 2 2 Total All Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 EDUCATION Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 6 6 4 10 6 6 5 11 Graduate Levels 35 36 37 48 3 51 51 Total All Levels 41 0 42 5 47 54 3 0 57 5 62 ENGINEERING Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 3 3 3 3 3 3 Graduate Levels 36 36 3 39 29 29 8 37 Total All Levels 39 0 0 39 3 42 32 0 0 32 8 40 Notes : Includes all Off Campus courses. Other includes Supervised Research and Teaching Graduate Thesis and Dissertation, Internships, Directed Individual Study, and Individual Performance Instruction. SOURCE : USF .IS. BOT931.SUS COURSE HIST DS0002B, USF .IS. BOT941 SUS COURSE HIST DS00028 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 128

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ACADEMIC DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University FALL 1994 Degre e Prog r am Name Degree Program Level Degree Program Name Degree Program Level Bach Mast. Doct. Spec./Prof. Bach Mast. Doct. Spec./Prof ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES1 cont. Architecture M Gerontology B M COLLEGE OF History B M ARTS & SCIENCES Humanities B lnterdisc Soc. Sciences B Afri cana Studies B Interdisciplinary Studies B American Studies B M International Studies B Anthropology B M Italian B Applied Anthropology M D Liberal Arts/Studies M Applied Linguistics M Library & Information Sciences M Audiology M Linguistics M Aural Rehabilitation M Marine Science M D Biology B D Mass Communications M Biotechnology B Mathematics M D Botany B M Medical Technology B Chemistry B M D Microbiology B M Classics B M Natural Sciences lnterdisc B Clinical Chemistry B Philosophy B M D Communication B M D Physics B M Criminology B M Political Science B M Economics B Psychology B M D English B M D Public Administration M French B M Rehabilitation Counseling M Geography B M Religious Studies B M Geology B M D Russian B German B Social Work M B indicates Limited Access UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 129

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Degree Program Name COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES, cont. Sociology Spanish Speech Language Pathology Women's Studies Zoology COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Accounting Business Administration Economics Executive MBA Executive MBA for Physicians Finance Management Management Info Systems Marketing COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Administration & Supervision Adult Education Art Education indicates Limited Access ACADEMIC DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University FALL 1994 Degree Program Level Degree Program Name Bach Mast. Doct. Spec./Prof. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, continued B M Behavior Disorders B M Biology Education M Business & Office Education B Chemistry Education B M Counselor Education Curriculum & Instruction Distributive & Marketing Ed. Education Admin./Leadership M Educational Leadership Degree Program Level Bach Mast. Doct. Spec./Prof B M B M B M D s B M s M M D Educational Program Development D B M Elementary Education M M English Education M M Foreign Language Education M Gifted Education M M Industrial Technology M B Junior College Teaching M Mathematics Education M Measurement & Evaluation M Mental Retardation Education B M Middle School Education M D Music Education M M Physical Education M B M Physic Education B UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 130

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Degree Program Name ACADEMIC DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University FALL 1994 Degree Program Level Degree Program Name Bach Mast. Doct. Spec./Prof COLLEGE OF EDUCA T/ON, continued Reading Education School Psychology Science Education Social Science Education Specific Learning Disabilities Technology Education Theatre Education Varying Exceptionalities COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING B .. B B B Chemical Engineering B Civil Engineering .. Computer Engineering B Computer Sci. & Engineering B Electrical Engineering .. Engineering General B Engineering Management M M M M M M D D D D FINE ARTS Art Art History s Dance Music Music Education Theatre COLLEGE OF MEDICINE Medical Science NEW COLLEGE New College Degree COLLEGE OF NURSING Nursing Degree Program Level Bach Mast. Doct. Spec./Prof B M B M B B M M B M D p .. .. M Engineering Science B M M M M M M M M D COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEAL TH Engineering Technology B Industrial Engineering B M D Health Administration M Information Systems B Public Health M D Mechanical Engineering .. M D Science in Public Health M B indicates Limited Access UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 131

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College Architecture Arts and Sciences Business Education Engineering Fine Arts New College Medicine Nursing Public Health Total DEGREE PROGRAMS & DEGREES AWARDED Total University by College 1993-94 Bachelors Masters and EdS PhD Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Degree Degrees Degree Degrees Degree Programs Awarded Programs Awarded Programs (6) 41 2 ,287 36 467 10 7 1 ,203 6 295 19 1 ,026 28 427 3 11 346 10 193 7 5 143 4 17 109 9 113 94 3 121 85 5,292 ** 90 1,623 23 1st Professional Number of Number of Number of Degrees Degree Degrees Awarded Programs Awarded 48 6 35 16 10 92 6 121 92 USF Architecture Program has operated jointly with Florida A&M University; degrees are awarded by FAMU. This number represents USF students who graduated in the program in 1993-94. Effective Fall '94, the program will operate exclusively at USF. The sum of the bachelor degrees awarded by College does not include 65 degrees awarded as double majors. NOTE: BA/BS Option is counted as one program. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 132

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TEN-YEAR HISTORY OF DEGREES AWARDED Total University Academic Year Bachelors Masters & EdS PhD/EdD Professional Total 1984 -85 3 910 826 74 90 4 900 1985-86 3,924 950 58 91 5,023 1986-87 3 832 942 53 92 4,919 1987-88 3,925 1 102 69 90 5,226 1988-89 4 173 1 163 72 93 5,501 1989 90 4 376 1 237 86 93 5 792 1990-91 4,804 1,309 78 86 6,277 1991-92 4,822 1,301 96 89 6,308 1992-93 5,138 1,428 108 96 6,770 1993-94 5,292 1,623 121 92 7,128 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 133

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REPRESENTATION OF ACCREDITATION STATUS Commission on Colleges Southern Association of Colleges and Schools 1994 "The University of South Florida is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Bachelor's, Master's, Specialist, and Doctoral degrees." UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 134

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Section VI FACULTY & STAFF Employee Headcounts Instructional Personnel Non-Instructional Personnel

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EMPLOYEE HEADCOUNT Total University FALL 1994 Parttime Exec/ Prof Clerk/ Serv i Fulltime Parttime F.T.E. Male Female Adm/ Man Faculty Non-Fae Tech Maint Student Total Total Uni versity 4 ,561 5 732 810 .31 5 097 5,196 546 3,492 1 604 2 ,4 87 385 1,779 10, 293 Admin & Pro f 488 15 8.20 246 257 197 306 503 Univ Support Pers 2 214 80 42 77 782 1,512 470 1 ,4 39 385 2 294 Faculty 1 785 195 77 19 1 ,301 679 131 1,601 248 1,980 Librarian s 53 2 1 .2 5 14 41 6 3 46 55 Adjuncts 12 469 131. 08 263 218 481 481 Grad Assistants 9 1,197 549 82 629 577 1 206 1,206 Univ Support/OPS 1 048 449 599 1 048 1 048 Other* 947 614 333 212 201 534 947 Sub T o tal 4 ,561 3 953 810 .31 4,298 4 216 546 3,492 1 604 2,487 385 0 8 514 Stud e nt Assis t ants 1 296 628 668 1 296 1,296 cws p 483 171 312 483 483 Sub T o t a l 0 1 779 0 00 799 980 0 0 0 0 0 1 779 1,779 O THER = G rad F ellows Non Salaried Adjuncts and H o u ses taff UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 137

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount 509 403 386 106 55 1,459 9 Contract Months 323 279 214 24 24 864 12 Contract Months 186 124 172 82 31 595 Other Contract Months 0 Male 437 288 208 40 28 1,001 Female 72 115 178 66 27 458 Black, Non-Hispanic 6 25 20 18 5 74 American Indian 3 1 4 Asian, Pacific Islander 21 14 31 4 1 71 Hispanic 10 9 25 4 3 51 White, Non-Hispanic 469 355 309 80 46 1,259 Mean Age 55 48 40 44 49 48 Mean Experience USF 16 13 4 7 6 11 Bachelors 4 6 8 13 13 44 Masters 29 47 69 66 27 238 Professional 75 48 91 14 228 Doctorate 401 302 218 13 15 949 Tenured 475 329 9 813 Tenure-Track 19 46 254 319 Non-Tenure Track 15 28 123 106 55 327 Not Applicable 0 Note: Instructional faculty= Faculty positions with class codes which reflect a major assignment of instruction, including release time for research. Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 138

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University by College and by Campus FALL 1994 College Pro fessor A ssociat e Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Architecture 2 2 5 Arts & Sciences 192 139 92 16 11 450 Business 39 44 20 14 12 129 Education 59 41 42 14 3 159 Engineering 34 27 23 3 87 Fine Art s 29 25 20 7 81 N e w College 18 18 14 51 Other 5 4 5 34 2 50 FMHI 9 19 15 7 16 66 Medicine 106 68 130 18 322 Nursing 3 7 15 3 28 Public Health 14 9 8 31 Campus Ft. Myer s 4 9 14 3 3 33 Lakeland 3 2 5 Sarasota/New College 21 23 18 2 3 67 St. P ete rsburg 16 14 11 4 2 47 Tampa 468 357 340 95 47 1,307 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 139

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Headcount 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Non Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Architecture All Campuses FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor 2 2 0 2 2 2 2 2 58 42 39 6 3 2 2 2 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Lecturer Total 0 5 4 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 4 44 4 0 4 0 2 2 1 0 140

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Arts & Sciences All Campuses FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount 192 139 92 16 11 450 9 Contract Months 168 127 92 3 7 397 12 Contract M ont hs 24 12 13 4 53 Oth er Contract M on ths 0 Mal e 163 95 48 4 8 318 F emale 29 44 44 12 3 132 Black, Non-Hispanic 4 11 8 25 American Indian 2 2 Asian Pacific Islander 9 6 8 24 Hispanic 4 5 7 2 18 Whit e Non-Hispanic 173 117 69 14 8 381 Mean Age 56 49 39 46 51 50 Mean Experience USF 20 14 3 8 6 14 Bachelors 2 2 1 6 Ma sters 3 10 15 15 6 49 Professional 1 D octora te 187 129 74 4 394 Tenured 190 125 4 319 Tenure Tra ck 12 79 92 Non-Tenure Track 2 9 16 11 39 Not Applicable 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 141

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Business All Campuses FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount 39 44 20 14 12 129 9 Contract Months 34 44 20 8 11 117 12 Contract Months 5 6 1 12 Other Contract Months 0 Male 36 37 15 7 9 104 Female 3 7 5 7 3 25 Black Non-Hispanic 4 5 American Indian 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 2 2 Hispanic 1 1 2 White Non-Hispanic 38 40 17 13 12 120 Mean Age 51 52 40 46 52 49 Mean Experience USF 14 16 4 8 7 12 Bachelors 1 2 4 Masters 4 4 12 6 27 Professional 2 2 Doctorate 38 38 15 5 96 Tenured 37 42 1 80 Tenure-Track 2 2 17 21 Non-Tenure Track 2 14 12 28 Not Applicable 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 142

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Education All Campuses FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructo r Lecturer Total Headc o unt 59 41 42 14 3 159 9 Contract Months 52 40 42 11 2 147 12 Contract Months 7 3 12 Other Contract Months 0 Male 41 20 13 3 1 78 Female 18 21 29 11 2 81 Black Non-Hispanic 3 4 4 12 American Indian 0 Asian Pacific Islander 2 Hispanic 1 White, Non Hispanic 57 37 37 10 3 144 Mean Age 56 51 44 50 54 Mean Experience USF 19 13 4 8 4 Bachelors 1 Masters 6 12 11 29 Professional 1 1 Doctorate 59 34 30 2 3 128 Tenured 55 32 88 Tenure-Track 3 6 35 44 Non-Tenure Track 1 3 6 14 3 27 Not App l icable 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 143

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Engineering All Campuses FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Tot a l Headcount 34 2 7 23 0 3 87 9 Contract Months 28 26 23 2 79 12 Contract Months 6 1 8 Other Contract Months 0 Male 34 26 19 2 81 Female 1 4 1 6 Black Non H i spanic 1 Ameri c an Ind ian 1 Asian Pac i fic Islander 6 4 7 1 7 Hispanic 4 2 1 8 White Non-Hispanic 23 20 15 2 60 Mea n A ge 55 4 3 38 52 46 Mean Experience USF 15 10 5 15 11 Bachel ors 1 Masters 5 2 2 10 Professional 0 Doctorate 33 2 2 20 76 Tenu r e d 34 24 2 60 Tenure Tra c k 3 2 1 2 4 Non Tenure Track 3 3 Not Applicable 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 144

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Fine Arts -All Campuses FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount 29 25 20 0 7 81 9 Contract Months 22 23 20 66 12 Contract Months 7 2 6 15 Other Contract Months 0 Male 23 18 11 4 56 Female 6 7 9 3 25 Black Non-H ispanic 2 2 5 American Indian 0 Asian Pacific Islander 0 Hispanic 0 White, Non-Hispanic 29 23 18 6 76 Mean Age 54 49 40 42 48 Mean Experience USF 21 16 3 7 14 Ba che lors 2 5 2 4 13 Ma sters 21 13 14 3 51 Professional 1 1 D octorate 6 6 4 16 Tenured 28 24 53 Tenure-Track 14 16 Non-Tenure Track 5 7 12 Not Applicable 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 145

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY New College FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount 18 18 14 0 51 9 Contract Months 18 18 14 51 12 Contract Months 0 Other Contract Months 0 Male 15 10 6 31 Female 3 8 8 20 Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 Hispanic 1 White Non-Hispanic 18 16 14 49 Mean Age 56 47 35 72 48 Mean Experience USF 16 12 2 19 11 Bachelors 1 Masters 2 3 5 Professional 0 Doctorate 18 16 11 45 Tenured 17 17 34 Tenure-Track 13 15 Non-Tenure Track 1 2 Not Applicable 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 146

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Other All Campuses FALL 1994 Profess or Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount 5 4 5 34 2 50 9 Contract Months 1 3 2 6 12 Contract Months 5 3 2 32 2 44 Other Contract Months 0 Male 5 4 4 14 27 Female 20 2 23 Black, Non-Hispanic 10 10 Amer ican Indian 0 Asian Pacific Islander 1 1 Hispanic 2 2 White Non-Hispanic 5 4 5 22 1 37 Mean Age 60 57 42 45 48 47 Mean Experience USF 14 21 3 7 2 8 Bachelors 6 6 Masters 2 18 22 Profess ional 1 1 Doctorate 5 2 4 9 21 Tenured 5 3 8 Tenure-Track 1 2 3 Non-Tenure Track 3 34 2 39 Not Applicable 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 147

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Florida Mental Health Institute FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount 9 19 15 7 16 66 9 Contract Months 0 12 Contract Months 9 19 15 7 16 66 Other Contract Months 0 Male 8 15 4 2 4 33 Female 1 4 11 5 12 33 Black, Non-Hispanic 4 2 3 10 American Indian 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 Hispanic 1 White, Non-Hispanic 9 17 11 5 13 55 Mean Age 49 45 40 37 47 44 Mean Experience USF 7 7 3 4 3 5 Bachelors 2 6 8 Masters 4 5 9 19 Professional 2 Doctorate 8 17 11 1 37 Tenured 7 11 18 Tenure-Track 2 2 4 Non-Tenure Track 2 6 13 7 16 44 Not Applicable 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 148

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Medicine FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount 106 68 130 18 0 322 9 Contra ct Months 0 12 Contract Months 106 68 130 18 322 Other Contract Months 0 Male 99 55 80 10 244 Female 7 13 50 8 78 Black Non-Hispanic 2 4 American Indian 1 Asian Pacific Islander 5 2 12 3 22 Hispanic 2 14 1 17 White Non-Hispanic 99 64 102 13 278 Mean Age 55 45 38 38 45 Mean Experience USF 11 9 3 4 7 Bachelors 2 2 4 Ma sters 2 2 8 2 14 Professional 71 44 90 12 217 Doctorate 33 22 30 2 87 Tenured 86 37 123 Tenure Track 10 14 51 75 Non-Tenure Track 10 17 79 18 124 Not Appl icabl e 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 149

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Nursing All Campuses FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount 3 7 15 3 0 28 9 Contract Months 0 12 Contract Months 3 7 15 3 28 Other Contract Months 0 Male 0 Female 3 7 15 3 28 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 American Indian 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 Hispanic 0 White, Non-Hispanic 3 7 15 3 28 Mean Age 56 54 49 56 52 Mean Experience USF 11 11 5 5 7 Bachelors 0 Masters 3 3 7 Professional 0 Doctorate 3 6 12 21 Tenured 3 5 8 Tenure-Track 2 11 13 Non-Tenure Track 4 3 7 Not Applicable 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 150

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Public Health All Campuses FALL 1994 Profe ssor Ass ociate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount 14 9 8 0 0 31 9 Contract Months 0 12 Contract Months 14 9 8 31 Other Contract Months 0 Male 12 6 6 24 Female 2 3 2 7 Black Non-Hispanic 0 American Indian 0 Asian Pacific Islander 2 3 Hispanic 1 1 White Non-Hispanic 14 8 5 27 Mean Age 52 48 41 48 Mean Experience USF 8 10 3 7 Bachelors 0 Masters 1 Professional 3 3 Doctorate 11 9 7 27 Tenured 13 7 20 Tenure-Track 2 7 10 Non-Tenure Track 1 1 Not Applicable 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 151

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Tampa* FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount 468 357 340 95 47 1,307 9 Contract Months 283 234 168 20 18 723 12 Contract Months 185 123 172 75 29 584 Other Contract Months 0 Male 404 257 186 34 23 904 Female 64 100 154 61 24 403 Black, Non-Hispanic 6 21 19 16 5 67 American Indian 3 1 4 Asian, Pacific Islander 21 14 31 4 1 71 Hispanic 10 7 24 4 3 48 White, Non-Hispanic 428 315 265 71 38 1, 117 Mean Age 55 48 40 44 47 48 Mean Experience USF 16 13 4 7 5 11 Bachelors 4 6 8 13 12 43 Masters 29 42 59 59 26 215 Professional 75 48 91 14 228 Doctorate 360 261 182 9 9 821 Tenured 436 289 8 733 Tenure-Track 17 41 214 272 Non-Tenure Track 15 27 118 95 47 302 Not Applicable 0 Based on campus of main pay account Note : Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 152

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY St. Petersburg FALL 1994 P rofessor Associate A ssistant Instructor Lecturer Total Headc ount 16 14 11 4 2 47 9 C ontract Months 15 14 11 1 2 43 12 Contract Months 1 3 4 O ther Contract Months 0 Male 14 11 4 2 2 33 Female 2 3 7 2 14 Black N on-Hispanic 3 American Indian 0 Asian Pacific Island er 0 Hispanic 0 Whi te, Non-Hisp anic 16 13 10 3 2 44 Mean Age 52 54 40 46 60 50 Mean Experience USF 15 17 3 5 18 12 Ba che l ors 0 Masters 3 3 2 9 Pr ofe ssional 0 D octorate 16 11 8 2 38 Tenured 15 13 28 Tenu reT rack 10 12 N on-Tenure Track 4 2 7 N ot Applicable 0 Based on campus of main pay account N ote: I ncludes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes the ir visi ting replacements UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 153

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Sarasota/New College FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount 21 23 18 2 3 67 9 Contract Months 21 23 18 3 66 12 Contract Months 1 Other Contract Months 0 Male 17 14 8 2 41 Female 4 9 10 2 1 26 Black, Non-Hispanic 2 American Indian 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 Hispanic 2 2 White, Non-Hispanic 21 20 18 3 63 Mean Age 58 48 37 48 64 49 Mean Experience USF 16 12 2 4 11 11 Bachelors 1 Masters 2 4 2 8 Professional 0 Doctorate 21 21 14 2 58 Tenured 20 21 41 Tenure-Track 16 18 Non-Tenure Track 2 2 3 8 Not Applicable 0 Based on campus of main pay account Note: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 154

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Ft. Myers* FALL 1994 Professor A ssociate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount 4 9 14 3 3 33 9 Contract Months 4 8 14 27 1 2 Contract Month s 3 2 6 Other Contract Months 0 Male 2 6 8 2 1 19 Femal e 2 3 6 2 14 Bla ck, Non-Hispanic 2 2 American Indian 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 Hispanic 1 1 White Non-Hispanic 4 7 13 3 3 30 Mean Age 55 52 43 46 61 49 Mean Experience USF 14 9 3 4 4 6 Bachelors 0 Masters 2 3 5 Professional 0 Doctorate 4 9 12 3 28 Tenured 4 6 11 Tenure Track 3 12 15 Non-Tenure Track 1 3 3 7 Not Applicable 0 Based on campus of main pay account Note : Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 155

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Headcount 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable Based on campus of main pay account Lakeland* FALL 1994 Professor Associate 0 0 Note: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Assistant 3 3 2 1 3 45 4 2 2 Instructor 2 2 2 2 58 3 2 2 Lecturer 0 5 5 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 5 50 3 0 1 0 4 0 2 3 0 156

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PART-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University FALL 1994 Professor Assoc iate Ass i stant Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount 43 39 70 15 3 170 9 Co ntract Months 8 3 8 3 3 25 12 Contract Months 35 36 62 12 145 Other Contract Months 0 Male 39 32 44 5 2 122 Fem ale 4 7 26 10 48 Black Non-Hisp anic 4 3 7 American Ind ian 0 Asian Pacific Islander 2 3 6 11 Hispanic 3 2 6 White Non-Hispanic 38 35 58 12 3 146 Mean Age 61 49 41 46 48 49 Mean Experience USF 11 9 4 8 6 7 Bachelors 2 5 Masters 3 1 3 10 17 Pr o fessional 29 28 47 2 106 Doc tor ate 10 9 20 2 42 T enured 20 15 35 Tenure-Tr ack 3 4 26 33 Non Tenure Track 20 20 44 15 3 102 Not Applicable 0 Note : Instructional faculty= Fa culty positions with class codes which reflect a major assignment of instruction i ncluding release time for research. Inc ludes faculty on lea v e or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 1 57

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PART-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University by College and by Campus FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Total University: 43 14 20 39 15.67 70 25 94 15 8.02 3 2 08 170 65.91 Colleges: Architecture 1 0 17 1 0.17 Arts & Sciences 3 1 85 5 1.73 0 67 0.50 10 4 75 Business 0 83 0 83 Education 0 75 0 15 0.33 2 1 00 5 2.23 Engineering 0 0 00 Fine Arts 2 0.80 2 1.33 0 50 0 75 6 3.38 New College 0.45 0.45 Other 0.45 6 3 70 7 4 15 FMHI 3 0.80 3 1 35 0 80 7 2 95 Medicine 32 8.63 32 13.26 53 19.22 3 1.05 120 42 16 Nursing 1 0.40 0.13 3 1.00 2 0.80 7 2 33 Public Health 2 1.15 3 1.36 5 2 .51 Campuses: Ft. Myers 0 0 00 Lakeland 0.50 0 50 Sarasota/New College 0.45 0 33 2 0 78 St. Petersburg 0 0 00 Tampa 42 13.75 39 15.67 69 25.61 14 7.52 3 2.08 167 64.63 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 158

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ADJUNCT FACULTY Total University FALL 1994 Pr ofessor A ssociate A ssistan t Instructor Lecturer Total Headcount 27 5 16 319 114 481 9 C ontract Months 0 12 Contract Months 0 Other Contract Month s 27 5 16 319 114 481 Male 19 5 10 163 66 263 Female 8 6 156 48 218 Black N onHispanic 7 2 9 Ame rican Indian 3 3 Asian Pacific Island er 2 9 13 Hispa nic 15 4 19 White Non-Hispani c 26 5 14 285 107 437 Mean Age 59 68 43 46 49 48 Mean Exper i ence USF 11 17 1 1 1 Bachelors 2 5 72 19 98 Masters 3 2 3 157 59 224 Professional 1 1 11 8 22 Doctorate 21 2 7 79 28 137 Tenured 0 Tenure -T rack 0 Non-Tenure Track 27 5 16 319 114 481 Not Applicable 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 159

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ADJUNCT FACULTY Total University by College and by Campus FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Total University: 27 13.25 5 3.18 16 2.75 319 91.48 114 32.42 481 143.08 Colleges: Architecture 3 1.26 3 1.26 Arts & Sciences 10 3.23 3 2.00 9 1.32 119 37.20 70 20.63 211 64.38 Business 3 1.68 0 18 35 8.67 18 3 .71 57 14.24 Education 6 3 55 1.00 104 29.57 12 2.53 123 36.65 Engineering 3 0.97 1 0 .20 12 3.44 4 1.33 20 5.94 Fine Arts 3 1.82 2 0 53 22 4 .94 4 1 34 31 8 63 New College 2 0 .70 2 0 .70 Other 2 0.40 20 5.21 5 2.70 27 8 .31 FMHI 0 0 .00 Medicine 2 2 00 2 0 .30 4 2 30 Nursing 0 0.00 Public Health 2 0.49 0.18 3 0 67 Campuses: Ft. Myers 41 10.08 9 1.95 50 12.03 Lakeland 19 4.96 2 1.02 21 5 .98 Sarasota/New College 0 .75 17 4.30 17 3.66 35 8 .71 St. Petersburg 2 0 .38 36 8 05 21 4.38 59 12.81 Tampa 26 12.50 3 2 80 16 2.75 206 64.09 65 21.41 316 103.55 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 160

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GRADUATE ASSISTANTS Total University FALL 1994 Research Research Teaching Teaching Graduate Assoc i ate Assistant Associate Assistant Assistant Total Headcount 106 239 93 426 342 1,206 9 Contract Months 0 12 Contract Months 106 239 93 426 342 1,206 Other Contract Months 0 Male 52 146 48 213 170 629 Female 54 93 45 213 172 577 Black Non-Hispanic 6 11 5 20 25 67 American Indian 1 1 5 Asian Pacific Islander 13 42 10 32 87 184 Hispan i c 4 1 6 4 22 24 70 White Non-Hispanic 82 16 9 73 351 205 880 Mean Age 31 30 34 32 30 31 Mean Experience USF 2 2 3 2 2 2 Bachelors 103 239 86 416 337 1 181 Masters 3 7 10 5 25 Profes s i o nal 0 Doct or a t e 0 Tenured 0 Tenure-Track 0 Non-Tenure Track 0 Not Applicable 10 6 239 93 426 342 1 206 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 161

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GRADUATE ASSISTANTS Total University by College and by Campus FALL 1994 Resear c h Research Teach ing Teach ing Graduate Assoc i ate Ass i stant Assoc i ate Assis t ant Ass i stant Total Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcn t FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Total University: 106 49 76 239 112 7 8 93 47.22 426 195.79 342 153 2 7 1 206 558 82 Colleges: Architecture 1 0.50 11 4 75 12 5 25 Arts & Science s 35 17.35 100 46 62 59 29 67 308 149 62 98 45 14 600 288.40 Business 24 11.17 4 1 7 5 5 2.45 24 12.00 22 10 88 79 38 25 Education 34 15 50 15 7.44 9 4 00 31 15.65 89 42.59 Eng i neer i ng 3 1.49 86 40 .61 11 5 18 45 17.87 48 16 65 193 81. 80 F ine Arts 2 0 50 30 8 05 5 1 25 37 9.80 New Co l lege 0 0 00 Other 0 50 9 4 50 3 2 00 40 18 83 53 25 83 FMHI 4 1.50 9 5 37 0.50 4 1 88 18 9 25 Medic ine 0 25 16 7 50 54 24 03 71 31. 78 Nurs ing 2 0.50 4 1.00 6 1.50 Public H e alth 4 2 00 11 5.43 3 2.48 1 0 25 29 14.21 48 24 37 Campuses: Ft. Myers 2 1.00 3 0 75 5 1 75 Lakeland 0 50 3 2 00 3 1.25 7 3 75 Sarasota/New College 3 1 18 2 0.36 5 1 54 St. Petersburg 16 8 00 31 15 25 0 50 6 2 50 6 2.75 60 29 00 Tampa 90 41. 76 207 97 03 92 46 72 412 189.11 328 1 48 16 1 129 522 78 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 162

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION Total University 9 Month Basis FALL 1994 Profe ssor Ass oci ate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Colleg e Architecture Minimum $37,694 $32 ,811 $32,811 Med ia n $4 1 670 $33 ,531 $35,973 Mean $41,670 $33 ,531 $37 600 Maximum $45 646 $34 ,251 $45,646 Arts & Sciences Min i mum $40, 123 $32,046 $ 27 592 $27,592 Med i an $54,198 $40 802 $35,600 $45,252 Mean $58,222 $42,068 $35,835 $48,298 Maximum $116, 194 $81,820 $46,875 $116,194 Bus i ness Minimum $54,794 $41,870 $39 932 $39,932 Median $70,042 $55,468 $54,605 $59,962 Mean $74,828 $54 553 $54 565 $62,260 Maximum $126,412 $75,000 $68 004 $126,412 Education Minimum $41,442 $35 962 $31,950 $31,950 Median $52,986 $41, 077 $36,755 $43,432 Mean $54,139 $41,857 $37 197 $45 857 Maximum $72,376 $50 588 $46 140 $72,376 Engineering Minimum $54,698 $44,443 $35,206 $35,206 Median $69 846 $52,337 $46 337 $53,023 Mean $68,789 $51,892 $45,492 $56,691 Maximum $86 724 $62,072 $50 836 $86,724 Note : Excludes non-tenure earning instructional faculty UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 163

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION Total University -9 Month Basis FALL 1994 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total College Fine Arts Minimum $39,252 $32,661 $26,828 $26 828 Median $48,073 $37,238 $30,850 $40,305 Mean $48,518 $38,199 $31,073 $40,876 Maximum $67,051 $49,319 $39,796 $67,051 New College Minimum $40,887 $35,530 $30,000 $30,000 Median $53,821 $40,173 $33,000 $41,880 Mean $54,080 $40,344 $33,059 $43,457 Maximum $70,960 $47,400 $37,000 $70,960 FMHI Minimum $49,769 $32,957 $31,483 $31,483 Median $62,613 $38 442 $32,498 $40,620 Mean $66,493 $41, 857 $32,498 $48, 845 Maximum $95,036 $75,029 $33,514 $95,036 Med i cine Minimum $44,408 $22 085 $32,728 $22,085 Median $77 947 $57,909 $48,683 $62,092 Mean $80 603 $57, 184 $49,847 $66 ,061 Maximum $151, 776 $82,673 $102,904 $151,776 Nursing M i nimum $50,632 $42,860 $36,345 $36,345 Median $53,63 0 $47,342 $39, 544 $42 860 Mean $52,802 $47,568 $39,439 $44,05 8 Maximum $54,145 $52 780 $43,456 $54 145 Note : Excludes non-tenure earning instructional faculty UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 164

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION Total University 9 Month Basis FALL 1994 P rofessor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer College Public Health Minimu m $54,022 $44,244 $41,728 $41,728 Median $73,105 $47,976 $43 160 $56,765 Mean $74,932 $49, 141 $46,587 $60,581 Maximu m $116 022 $58 707 $59,418 $116,022 Total Uni versity Minimum $39 252 $22 085 $26,828 $22 085 Median $59,040 $43 728 $38 000 $48,722 Mean $63 802 $46,241 $40 908 $52,509 Maximum $151,776 $82,673 $102,904 $151,776 Total University excluding Medicine Minimum $39,252 $32 046 $26,828 $26,828 Medi an $56 102 $42,454 $37 000 $47,058 Mean $59 962 $44,497 $38,727 $49,692 Maximum $126,412 $81,820 $68 004 $126,412 Note : Excludes non-tenure earning instructional faculty UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 165

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FULL-TIME NON-INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Headcount Male Female Black Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander H i spanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Campus Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa Exec / Admin Managerial 94 58 36 8 1 4 80 52 12 2 3 5 3 81 Faculty 3 2 1 3 39 5 2 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Total University FALL 1994 Professional Secreta r ial / Technical / Non Faculty Clerical Paraprof 229 0 0 109 120 15 21 14 179 40 4 3 13 213 Skilled .CJ:afts 0 Service Maintenance 0 326 169 157 23 1 2 2 18 262 44 7 2 3 8 18 295 166

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FULL-TIME NON-INSTRUCTIONAL FACU LTY Academic Affairs Areas by College and by Campus FALL 1994 Exec / Admin P r ofessional Secretarial / Technical / College Managerial Faculty Non Faculty Clerical Paraprof Archite cture Arts & Sciences 5 2 18 Business 5 12 Education 8 46 Engineering 9 52 Fine Arts 5 3 New College 2 Other* 32 12 FMHI 3 10 Campus Ft. Myers 2 Lakeland 3 Sarasota 5 3 St. Petersburg 3 2 13 Tampa 56 141 Other includes Academic Affairs Support Units and Ins titutes UNIV ERSI T Y OF SOUTH FLORI D A F AC TB OOK 1 994-95 Skilled Serv ic e Crafts Maintenance Total 25 17 55 61 8 3 44 13 2 3 8 18 19 8 1 67

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PART-TIME NON-INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Headcount Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White Non Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Campus Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa Exec / Admin Managerial 6 6 6 55 7 6 Faculty UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 0 Total University FALL 1994 Professional Secretarial / Technical/ Non Faculty Clerical Paraprof 19 3 16 2 2 15 47 5 19 0 0 Skilled Crafts 0 Service Maintenance 0 25 9 16 0 0 2 2 21 49 5 0 0 0 0 25 168

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College Architecture Arts & Sciences Business Education Engineerin g Fine Arts New Colleg e Other FMHI Campus Ft. My ers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa PART-TIME NON-INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Academic Affairs Areas by College and by Campus Exec/Ad min Managerial 2 Faculty FALL 1994 Professional Secretarial/ Technical/ Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof 2 4 Oth e r incl udes Aca d emic Affa irs Supp ort Unit s and Institu tes UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Skilled Crafts Service Maintenance 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 6 169

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LIBRARIANS Total University FALL 1994 Libraria n Associate Ass i st an t Instructor Lec t urer Total Headcount 30 14 9 2 0 55 9 Contract Months 1 1 12 Contract Months 29 1 4 9 2 54 Other Contract Months 0 Male 1 1 2 1 14 Female 19 12 8 2 41 Black Non-Hispanic 2 American Indian 0 Asian Pacific Islander Hispanic 1 White Non-Hispanic 28 13 8 2 51 Mean Age 49 46 43 33 46 Mean Experience USF 14 7 8 2 11 Bachelors 2 1 4 Masters 26 12 8 2 48 Professional 0 Doctorate 3 3 Tenured 0 Tenure-Track 0 Non-Tenure Tr a ck 30 14 9 2 55 Not Applicable 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORI DA FACTBOOK 1994-95 170

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LIBRARIANS Total University by College and by Campus FALL 1994 Librari an Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Tota l Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hd c nt FTE Hdcnt FTE Total University: 30 29.75 14 13.50 9 9 00 2 2 00 0 0.00 55 54.25 Colleges: Architecture Arts & Sciences Business Education Engineering Fine Arts New C o llege Other 30 29.75 14 13.50 8 8 00 2 2.00 54 53.25 FMHI 1 00 1 1 Medicine Nursing Public Health Campuses: Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota /N ew College 1 00 3 3.00 1 00 5 5 St Petersburg 5 4.75 3 3 00 8 7.75 Tampa 24 24. 00 11 10 .50 5 5.00 2 2.00 42 41.5 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 171

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Headcount Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Campus Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa Exec/Admin Managerial 194 109 85 15 2 18 158 46 11 3 3 7 4 177 FULL-TIME A & P EMPLOYEES Faculty 0 Total University FALL 1994 Professional Secretarial/ Technical/ Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof 294 0 0 132 162 29 7 15 243 42 7 4 10 8 272 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Skilled Crafts 0 Service Maintenance 0 488 241 247 44 1 9 33 401 44 9 7 3 17 12 449 172

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FULL-TIME A & P EMPLOYEES Academic Affairs Areas by College and by Campus College Architecture Arts & Sciences Business Education Engineering Fine Arts New College Other* FMHI Campus Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa Exec/Admin Managerial 1 2 20 6 3 3 7 4 14 Other includes A ca demic Affairs Support Units and Institutes Faculty UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 FALL 1994 Professional Secretarial/ Technical/ Non-Faculty Clerical Parap rof 2 40 40 4 10 8 62 Skilled Crafts Service Maintenance 0 1 0 2 1 3 2 60 46 7 3 17 12 76 173

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FULL-TIME SUPPORT PERSONNEL Headcount Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pac i fic Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Mean Age Mean Experience USF Campus Ft. Myers Lakeland Sarasota St. Petersburg Tampa Exec /Ad min Managerial Faculty 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 0 Total University FALL 1994 Professional Secretarial / Technical / Non Faculty Clerical Paraprof 454 918 312 140 92 158 314 826 154 52 166 40 6 1 11 13 16 30 66 21 361 667 234 44 44 41 9 7 7 5 14 2 3 5 2 11 31 13 11 22 6 424 846 289 Skilled Serv i ce Crafts Maintenance Total 150 380 2,214 147 227 764 3 153 1,450 16 217 491 2 9 2 4 46 13 21 151 117 138 1 517 47 44 44 9 9 8 21 10 10 40 105 11 35 85 129 305 1,993 174

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FULL-TIME SUPPORT PERSONNEL Academic Affairs Areas by College and by Campus FALL 1994 Exec /Ad min Professio nal Secretarial / Technical / Skilled Service College Managerial Faculty Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof Crafts Maintenance Total Architecture 1 2 3 Arts & Sciences 18 96 17 2 133 Business 5 25 30 Education 4 44 9 57 Engineering 10 39 8 3 60 Fine Arts 8 18 2 29 New College 3 8 2 13 Other* 54 110 75 21 78 338 FMHI 77 53 12 15 29 186 Ca mpu s Ft. Myers 5 14 2 21 Lakeland 3 5 2 1 0 Sarasota 11 31 13 10 40 105 St. Petersburg 10 19 6 1 1 35 81 Tampa 151 326 102 20 33 632 Other includes Acade mic Affairs Support Units and Institutes UN IVER S I TY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 199 495 175

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Section VII AWARDS & HONORS National Merit Scholarships Endowed Chairs Student Financial Aid Awards

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NATIONAL MERIT AND ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARS FALL 1994 ALL SCHOLARS NEW SCHOLARS Campus Residency Continuing New Tota l Tampa New College F l orida Non-Florida Nat i onal Merit CorporateSponsored Scholars and $2, 000 Scholars 7 2 9 0 2 1 1 National Achievement Scholars 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 USF-Sponsored National Merit Scholars 37 22 59 5 17 10 12 Total 44 25 69 5 20 11 14 SOURCE: Admissions Office UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 179

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ARCHITECTURE Markborough Chair in Urban Design David Crane Chairholder Sam M Gibbons Endowed Chair in Architecture and Urban Design William Morgan Chairholder ARTS and SCIENCES Eleanor Poynter Jamison Endowed Chair in Media Ethics and Press Policy St. Petersburg Campus (to be filled) Edward Debartolo Endowed Chair in Liberal Arts Pat Rogers Chairholder Marie E. and E Leslie Cole Endowed Chair in Ethics St. Petersburg Campus Peter French Chairholder Richard and Patricia Wood Endowed Chair in Natural Sciences (partially funded) St. Petersburg Progress Chair in Marine Sciences Evelyn Millis Duvall Endowed Chair in Family Development Sarasota Campus (to be filled) ENDOWED CHAIRS 1994-95 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Barnett Bank Endowed Chair in Banking and Finance (t o be filled) Salomon Brothers / H i dden River Corporate Park Chair in Distributed Technology ( to be filled) Jim & Leacy Quinn Chair in Accounting and Taxation Cherie Jeanne O Neil Ph. D .. Chairholder Joy Culverhouse Endowed Chair in Business Administration (t o be filled) Lykes Chair in Banking and Finance James Pappas Ph. D .. Cha irh older EDUCATION Culverhouse Family Endowed Chair in Education Sarasota Campus ( to be filled) David C Anchin Endowed Cha i r i n Educational Innovation ( partially funded) TECO Energy Endowed Chair i n Education (partially funded) Gus A. Stavros Chair in Free Enterprise & Economic Education Domonic J Puglisi Chairholder UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994-95 ENGINEERING Endowed Chair in Computer Science and Engineering Dr Abe Kandel Chairholder Samuel L & Julia M Flom Endowed Chair in Civil Engineering (to be filled) FINE ARTS John Holloway Chair in Theatre & Dance Stuart Golding Chair i n African Art (partially funded) Chair in British Internat i onal Theatre ( partially funded) INSTITUTE ON AGING STUDIES William N Saunders Chair in Aging Studies (search in progress) NEW COLLEGE Leonard S Florsheim Jr. Endowed Cha i r at New College New College Sarasota Dr. Leo Demski Chairholder William & Marie Selby Chair in Economics New College Sarasota (to be filled) 180

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American Heart Association Chair in Cardiovascular Surgery ( to be filled) Andrew & Ann Hines Endowed Chair in Pediatrics at All Children s Hospital Gary Litman Ph.D., Chairholder Anonymous Chair in Ophthalmology ( partially funded) Berry / Shrivers Endowed Chair in Pediatrics/Orthopedic Research (to be filled) Cortner/Couch Chair in Cancer Research Dr John D Ruckdeschel Chairholder Ed Wright Chair in Cardiovascular Research Dr. Ray A. Olsson Chairholder ENDOWED CHAIRS (continued) 1994-95 NURSING Southwest Florida Endow e d Chair in Nurs ing Ft. Myers Campus M Joyce Thornton RN Ed. D Chairholder MEDICINE Endowed Chair in Radiology (partially funded ) Robert Good Cha i r in Pediatrics (to be filled) Eric Pfeiffer Chair in Alzheimer s Diseases & Other Memory Disorders John Hardy, Chairholder The Lewis A. Barness Chair in Pediatrics (to be filled) Harold H Davis Chair in Cancer Research (to be filled) Helen Ellis Endowed Chair in Parkinson s Disease Research (search in progress) UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994-95 Hugh F Culverhouse Endowed Chair in Esophageal Disorders H Worth Boyce Chairholder James and Heather Gills Eminen t Scholar in Ophthalmology Dr. J James Rowsey Chairholder John and Aliese Price Chair in Pediatrics/ Adolescent Medicine ( to be filled) Juan Bolivar Cha i r in Surgical Oncology Richard Karl M D., Chairholder Richard G Connar Endowed Chair in Surgery (partially funded) Robert & Lee Roskamp Chair in Biological Psychiatry Michael Mullen Chairholder 181

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STUDENT FINANCIAL AID RECEIVED BY ETHNICITY Total University 1993-1994 Number of Awards Amount of Financial Aid in Thousands of Dollars Black Asian, White Black Asian White NonAmerican Pacific NonNonAmerican Pacific Non-Source of Award Hispanic Indian Islander Hispanic Hispanic Total Hispanic Indian Islander Hispanic Hispanic Total SCHOLARSHIPS 393 7 654 239 3 228 4,521 813 16 1,771 412 5,344 8,356 USF Tuition Waivers 6 572 108 1,443 2,129 15 1,623 187 3,161 4,986 Custodial Scholarships 77 1 24 39 398 539 101 <1 27 52 511 691 Outside Scholarships 6 4 644 654 6 4 434 444 Black Scholars Award 241 241 411 411 USF Graduate Fellowship 2 6 2 48 58 10 42 14 322 388 Registration Fee Scholarship 15 14 13 192 234 23 24 23 310 380 USF National Merit Scholarships 7 7 8 110 132 20 22 20 285 347 USF Community College Scholarship 62 62 84 84 USF Honors Scholarship 3 18 24 190 235 <1 6 8 64 78 New College Foundation 1 36 37 2 69 71 Freshman Scholars Award 1 6 1 64 72 1 6 1 62 70 Florida Endowment Fund 7 7 66 66 USF Tuition Waivers 6 3 9 38 19 57 Pride Fellowship 4 4 53 53 McKnight Scholarship 5 5 51 51 USF Hispanic Scholarship 25 25 50 50 Departmental Scholarship 1 1 11 25 36 Selby Scholarship 1 1 1 26 29 <1 <1 <1 33 33 NACME 4 5 9 10 3 13 Departmental Fellowship 1 3 4 12 12 Frank Spain Community College Scholarship 2 5 7 2 7 9 Alumni Scholarship 1 6 7 1 6 7 NASST Scholarship 1 1 4 4 Miscellaneous University Scholarships 7 7 4 4 Army ROTC 1 5 6 <1 2 2 Air Force ROTC 1 1 3 5 <1 <1 1 1 Center for Math Scholarship 1 1 1 1 Brain Bowl Scholarship 1 1 <1 <1 Table continues UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 182

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STUDENT FINANCIAL AID RECEIVED BY ETHNICITY Total University 1993-1994 Number of Awards Amount of Financial Aid in Thousands of Dollars Black Asian White Black Asian, White NonAmerican Pacific NonNonAmerican Pacific Non-Source of Award Hispanic Indian Islander Hispanic Hispani c Total Hispanic Indian Islander Hispani c Hispanic Total STATE OF FLORIDA SCHOLARSHIPS 83 0 79 115 988 1 265 193 0 176 239 2,162 2,770 Florida Undergraduate Scholars Fund 21 60 75 753 909 47 131 164 1,600 1,942 Vocational Gold Seal Scholarship 20 13 21 128 182 35 24 35 222 316 Chappie James Scholarship /Loan 8 76 84 27 14 20 253 314 Delores Auzenne F ellow ship 1 5 15 58 58 Paul Douglas Teacher Schol ./Loan 1 1 6 8 3 5 28 36 Minority Transfer Award 15 1 9 25 20 2 10 32 Critical Tea cher Scolarship / Loan 5 5 18 18 Florida Challenger Memorial Schol. 1 5 6 15 15 Theodore & Vivian Johnson Schol. 1 6 7 2 11 13 Robert C. Byrd Scholarship 4 5 6 15 2 9 11 Child/Dec / DisableNet Scholarship 2 3 5 2 6 8 Jose Marti Scholarship 4 4 8 8 GRANTS 1 819 39 622 1 120 6,908 10 508 2,962 49 837 1 512 9,085 14,445 Pell Grant 870 21 334 599 3,823 5,647 1,4 1 8 29 526 917 5,451 8,341 Florida Student Assistance Grant 418 10 173 289 1 673 2,563 386 8 160 271 1,530 2,355 USF G rant 219 3 70 147 819 1,258 324 4 93 219 1,243 1,883 Athletic Grant 56 1 1 9 116 183 392 3 1 23 417 836 Supplemental Educati onal Opportunit y Grant 126 4 33 63 342 568 151 6 39 74 353 623 Graduate Educational Opportunity Grant 116 1 8 125 284 6 5 295 Music Grant 11 5 10 87 113 6 5 5 66 82 Fine Arts Talent Grant 3 1 3 38 45 <1 <1 2 17 19 USF Alternative Admit Grant 4 2 6 7 3 10 Table continues UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 183

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STUDENT FINANCIAL AID RECEIVED BY ETHNICITY Total University 1993-1994 Number of Awards Amount of Financial Aid in Thousands of Dollars Black Asian, White Black Asian, White NonAmerican Pacific NonNon American Pacific Non-Source of Award Hispanic Indian Islander Hispanic Hispanic Total Hispanic Indian Islander Hispanic Hispanic Total LOANS 1 405 36 456 980 9,914 12,791 4 838 1 38 1,497 3 595 38 377 48,445 Federal Stafford Loan 1 063 24 323 777 7,846 10,033 3,993 102 1 174 3,039 32,415 40,723 Federal PLUS / SLS Loan 180 7 42 124 1,486 1,839 527 23 148 401 4,822 5,921 Perkins Loan 102 2 27 56 380 567 181 3 35 91 619 929 USF Student Loan 56 9 15 75 155 134 24 40 216 414 FAST Loans 37 72 109 81 114 195 Miscellaneous Medical Loans 4 3 9 8 32 56 3 10 32 24 87 156 Private Outside Loans 23 23 104 104 International Stu Health Ins Loan 9 9 4 4 STUDENT EMPLOYMENT 585 6 515 380 3 136 4,622 1 244 36 2 522 974 10,309 15,085 OPS Students 444 4 484 306 2 862 4,100 1 038 34 2,472 837 9,896 14,277 Colleqe Work Study Proaram 141 2 31 74 274 522 206 2 50 137 414 809 TOTAL Number or Amount of Awards 4 285 88 2 326 2 834 24,174 33,707 10,050 239 6,802 6,733 65 278 89,102 TOTAL Number of Students Receiving 1 250 34 721 926 8,428 11,359 One or More Awards Notes. For the "Thousands of Dollars" values, rounding may cause some totals to differ slightly from the sums of the relevant figures. Within each Award category, the Sources of Award are list e d in order of the Total (i e., across ethnicity) Amount of Financial Aid. Four students reported "Non-Resident Alien" as thei r ethnic group; they were place d in the "White Non-Hispanic" group in this table. SOURCE: Office of Financial Aid 1993-94 Annual Report UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 184

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INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS GRANTS-IN-AID 1994-95 Sport Men Women Baseball $ 70,200 $ Basketball 110 000 120 000 Cross Country/Track 42 000 42,000 Golf 27 000 36, 000 Soccer 59 400 Softball 60 000 Tennis 27 000 48 000 Volleyball 72,000 TOTAL Intercollegiate Athletics Grants in-Aid $335 600 $378 000 SOURCE : 1 994-95 USF Intercollegiate Athletic Budget UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 186

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COLLEGE/AREA Academic Affairs Architecture Center for Excellence Center for International Affairs College of Arts & Sciences College of Business Administration College of Education College of Engineering College of Fine Arts Florida Institute of Oceanography Florida Mental Health Institute Florida Policy Exchange Center on Aging Graduate School Institute on Blac k Life Public Broadcasting New College Ft. Myers Campus Sarasota Campus St. Petersburg Campus Health Sciences College of Medicine College of Nursing College of Public H ealth Administrative Services Office of the President Intercollegiate Athletics Office of Research Student Affairs Advancement TOTALS SUMMARY OF RESEARCH AWARDS Awards Totals by College/Area FISCAL YEAR 1993-94 RESEARCH PROJECT AWARDS RESEARCH SUP POR T $64 512 $11 8 560 252 190 0 100,468 0 9 996 255 211,141 917,434 45 538 8 332 410 47 712 9 644 253 8 836 16 229 0 653 546 0 5 874 460 0 50 000 0 234,414 0 17 490 0 3 180 720 940 615 98 500 129,000 0 149 445 0 26 570 0 9 517 21, 599,440 17 032 665 458 853 2 802 4 ,071, 787 64 472 20 000 0 107 173 0 826,454 21, 000 350 ,931 0 0 638 087 $66 867 519 $19,445 960 SOURCE: Office of Research Annual Report 1993-94 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 TOTALS $183 072 252 190 100,468 10, 207 396 962 972 8 380 122 9 653 089 16 229 653,546 5 874 460 50 000 234,414 17,490 4 121, 335 227 500 149 445 26 570 9 517 38 632,105 461,655 4 136,259 20 000 107 173 847,45 4 350 ,931 638 087 $86 313,479 187

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Section VIII FISCAL RESOURCES State Appropriations Student Generated Funds Auxiliary Enterprises Contract and Grants Foundations & Alumni Affairs Student Financial Aid

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STATE APPROPRIATIONS FOR EDUCATION ALLOCATIONS Total Effective Appropriations Education (Department of Education) State University System (Division of Universities) University of South Florida *General Revenue (Ex pressed in millions) SOURCE: Governor s Office: Budgets & Planning SUS 1994/95 Allocation Document UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994-95 1994-95 1990 $ 11, 359.1 6, 193.1 1 453 5 230 5 AMOUNT* 1991 1992 $11,643 6 $11, 858 9 6,093.3 6,010 5 1,422 1 1,451 6 232 1 228 5 1993 1994 $13 271.1 $14 299 9 6 544.2 6 996 2 1,537.3 1 539 8 233.7 251.9 191

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OPERATING BUDGET 1994-95 Spec Cat. & Budget Entity Salary OPS Expense oco Debt Svcs Total % of Total Education & General 147,047,091 13 221,616 23 067 ,721 472 190 14,722,487 198,531,105 44.1 Health Sciences Center 37,176 ,131 1,859,839 4,646 334 202,325 9,561,183 53 445 812 11. 9 SUBTOTAL 184,223,222 15,081,455 27,714,055 674,515 24,283,670 251,976,917 56.0 Auxiliary Enterprises 19 172 542 5 690,572 30 872,808 7 019 ,001 333,112 63 088 035 14 0 Contracts & Grants 41, 190,000 32, 770 000 21, 903 000 3 560 000 3 900 700 101, 323,700 23 0 Activity and Service Fees 0 827 182 2,357 622 141, 537 0 3,326,341 0.7 Intercollegiate Athletics 1,636 460 291, 014 2,366,507 0 0 4 293,981 1.0 Concessions 0 50,000 780,882 50,000 0 880 882 0 2 Student Financial Aid 0 0 22 908 ,27 3 0 147 838 23 056 111 5 1 UNIVERSITY TOTAL $246,222 224 $54, 710 223 $108 903 147 $11,445,053 $28,665 320 $449 945,967 100.0 Note : Excludes the operating budget for the Faculty Practice Plan totaling $57 751,667. SOURCE : 1994-95 Operating Budget UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 192

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0 Education & General (E&G) Contracts & Grants Auxiliary Health Science Other OPERATING BUDGET BY BUDGET ENTITY 1994-95 Amount of Budget (millions of dollars) 50 100 150 I t I I I l I I l I I I I I I 200 I Total Budget= $449,945,967 Budget Entity Education & General Contracts & Grants Auxiliary Health Science Other TOTAL Amount of Budget for Other" Entities (millions of dollars) Budget for All USF Amount $198 ,531, 105 103,323 700 63 088 ,03 5 53,445 812 31,557 315 $449,945,967 0 5 10 15 20 25 Budget for "Other Entities I , I , I , I , I , I Budget Entity Amount Financial Aid Financial Aid $23,056, 111 Intercollegiate Athletics Intercollegiate Athletics 4,293,981 Activities 3,326,341 Activities Concessions 880,882 Concessions TOTAL $31,557,315 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Percent 44 1 23.0 14 0 11.9 7 0 100.0 Percent 73.1 13.6 10.5 2 8 100.0 193

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SOURCES AND USES OF CURRENT FUNDS 1992-93 REVENUES BY SOURCE EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION Student Tuition and Fees $ 63,707 614 State Appropriations 195,623 109 State and Local Grants and Contracts 19,650,823 Grants, Contracts and Gifts-Federal 5 784,371 Grants, Contracts and Gifts-Private 46 914 356 Sales and Services of Edu. Act. 3,388,499 Other 2,400,544 Auxiliary 42, 152 503 Total $390,806,241 116 30% 50.06 4 98 9 16 12 00 0 87 0 60 6 02 100.00% Instruction Research Public Service Academic Support Student Services Institutional Support Operation & Maintenance Scholarships & Fellowships Mandatory Transfers Auxiliary Note: Library expenditures have been distributed among other expenditure function categories SOURCE : USF Annual Financial Statement 1993-94 Statement of Current Funds Revenues Expenditures & Other Changes (Unrestricted & Restricted) UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 $149,818 395 36,603 494 19,417 660 59 215,709 12, 593,417 43,588,058 23,317,411 17, 141,426 118,466 33,368,063 37.91% 9.26 4 .91 14.98 3 19 11.03 5.90 4.34 0.03 8.44 $395, 182, 100 100.00% 194

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SUMMARY OF AUTHORIZED PERSON-YEAR POSITIONS By Budget Entity Budget Entity Education & General Health Sciences Center Auxiliary Enterprises Contracts & Grants Intercollegiate Athletics Total SOURCE : 1994-95 Operating Budget USF Office of Budgets UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 1994-95 Faculty 1,301 08 307 05 19.40 449 93 1 17 2,078.63 Support A&P Personnel 321. 93 1,567 .91 30.30 273.71 132 16 525.21 101. 09 418.05 29 37 13 00 614.85 2,797.88 Total 3,190.92 611.06 676.77 969.07 43 54 5,491.36 195

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ACTIVITY & SERVICE FEE BUDGET Sources of Revenue Cash Carried Forward Estimated Fees Estimated Operating Revenue Total Sources Uses Student Activities Transfers to Other Budget Agency Budget Sub Total Student Activities Student Affairs Transfers to Other Budgets Agency Budget Sub Total Student Affairs Total Uses SOURCE : 1994-95 Operating Budget 1994-95 Cash Forward Schedule UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Tampa 1 426,065 4 088 800 280,842 5 795,707 168,960 1 559,684 1,728,644 2 167,326 0 2,167,326 3,895,970 1994-95 Sarasota/ Ft. Myers New College St. Petersburg 68,198 74 138 74,175 163 008 318,323 346 594 7,501 38,799 27 622 238 ,7 07 431, 260 448,391 0 0 0 235,886 249,838 357 337 235,886 249,838 357,337 0 73 662 0 0 0 0 0 73 662 0 235,886 323,500 357,337 Lakeland Total 100 ,821 1,743 397 59, 695 4,976,419 0 354,764 160,516 7 074,581 0 168,960 51,821 2,454,566 51,821 2,623,526 1,995 2,242,983 11, 184 11, 184 13 179 2 254,167 65,000 4,877,693 196

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STUDENT TUITION & FEE RATES Tota l Un iver s i ty by Campus 1994-95 Tam p a St. P e ters b urg Sarasota Ft. Myers Undergrad Grad Undergrad Grad Undergrad Grad Undergrad Grad. Semester Fee Breakdown Matriculation Fee $ 38.08 $ 87 53 $ 38 08 $ 87 53 $ 38 08 $ 87 53 $ 38 08 $ 87 53 Activity & Service Fee 7.10 7 10 7.75 7.75 6 30 6 30 6.00 6 00 Athletic Fee 5 65 5 65 0.66 0.66 0 66 0.66 0 66 0.66 Building Fee 2.32 2.32 2 .3 2 2.32 2.32 2 .3 2 2.32 2.32 C a pital Improvement Fee 2.44 2.44 2.44 2.44 2.44 2.44 2.44 2.44 Health Fee 5 06 5 06 0 50 0 50 1 00 1.00 0.00 0.00 Student Financial Aid Fee 1 90 4 .37 1 90 4.37 1.90 4.37 1 90 4 .37 Total Semester Fee For Florida Residents $ 62 55 $114.47 $ 53.65 $105.57 $ 52 70 $104 62 $ 51.40 $103 32 Additional Fees For Non-Florida Residents Out of State Tuition $155 63 $240.98 $155.63 $240 98 $155.63 $240 98 $155.63 $240 .9 8 Out of State Aid 7.78 12. 04 7 78 1204 7 78 12.04 7 78 12.04 Total Semester Fee For Non-Florida Residents $225 96 $367.49 $217 06 $358.59 $216 .11 $357 64 $214 .81 $356.34 N ote: A full-time load per term is 15 hours for undergraduates and 12 hours for graduates SOURCE : Finance & Accoun tin g Tuit ion C omponents UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Lakeland Medica l Sch ool Undergrad Grad. $ 38.08 $ 87 53 $ 7,1 4 1.50 5 00 5 00 228 36 0 66 0 66 181.54 2 32 2.32 92.80 2.44 2.44 97.6 0 0 00 0 00 162.38 1 90 4 37 357 06 $ 50.40 $102 32 $ 8 261 24 $155 63 $240 98 $12,3 8 0.46 7 78 12. 04 619 02 $213.81 $355 34 $21,260.72 197

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OFFICE OF RESEARCH Sources of Research Funds Fiscal Year 1993-94 Private/Corporate Federal Total Funds = $86,313,479 State Foundations & Other ..... Local I 8 a.,, I I ' I ' I 0 10 20 30 Millions of Dollars Federal Agency U.S Department of Health & Human Services U.S Department of Education National Science Foundation National Aeronautics and Space Administration U.S Department of Commerce U.S Department of Defense U.S Department of Interior U.S Department of Transportation U.S Department of Energy U.S. Department of Agriculture Environmental Protection Agency U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Other TOTAL Amount 10,950 697 4 704,332 2,843 589 2,492,356 1 ,859,135 1,739 704 1,345,263 1,202,834 376,563 60 000 28,500 26,976 472,502 28,102,451 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 I 40 Source: Office of Research Annual Report 1993-94 State Agency Florida Department of Health & Rehabilitative Florida Department of Education Board of Regents Florida Department of Insurance Florida Department of Transportation University of Florida Transportation Disadvantaged Commission Florida Institute of Phosphate Research Florida Department of Elder Affairs Florida Department of Environmental Florida Department of Business Regulation Florida Technology Research Investment Fund Southwest Florida Water Management District Florida Institute of Government Florida Department of Management Services Florida Department of State Florida Atlantic University Florida A&M Florida State University Other TOTAL Amount 6,511,480 4,806,337 1,546,808 1,320,059 1,012,404 361,897 263,000 244,323 190,000 163,250 161,722 150,484 144,951 120,000 88,575 50,432 39,330 32,655 1,000 267,508 17,476,215 198

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FOUNDATION AND ALUMNI AFFAIRS Financial Report June 30, 199 3 1992 1993 1994 Assets $100 117 078 $116 900 124 $114 699 174 Liabilities 6 925 100 14, 106 582 11,874 090 Fund Balance $93 191, 978 $102 793 542 $102 625 064 Unrestricted Income to Departments $1,422 236 $1, 613 964 $1, 536 406 Trust Funds 370 135 123 045 (84,437)* Restricted Income to Departments** 29,988 790 21.292 133 15, 067 545 Total Revenue $31,781,161 $23,029, 123 $16,519,514 Transfered from Trust to Endowment ** Includes Endowed Scholarships and Endowed Chairs SOURCE : USF Foundation Inc UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 199

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SOURCE: USF Office of Budgets AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES BUDGET Activity and Source of Funds 1994-95 Fund Balance July 1 Receipt/Revenue Transfers In (Inter & Intra Fund) Total Fund Balance Available Operating Expenditures Non-Operating Expenditures Total Expenditures Ending Fund Balance -June 30 Projected 1994-95 Amounts 20,902,608 48, 146,620 28,819,040 97,868,268 63,088,035 16,331,986 79,420,021 18,448 247 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 200

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Section IX PHYSICAL RESOURCES Site Information Square Footage by Space Category Building Inventory Special Facilities Major Construction Projects

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Site FALL 1994 Site Year Number Site Nam e Street Address City Acgr 0001 TAMPA (EXC L HEALTH SCI CTR)* 4202 EAST FOWLER AVE TAMPA 1958 0002 FT. MYERS CAMPUS** CYPRESS LAKE DR FT MYERS 1978 0003 SARASOTA CAMPUS 5700 N TAMIAMI TR SARASOTA 1975 0004 ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS 830 FIRST ST S ST PETERSBURG 1967 0012 POLK JOINT USE FACILITY 3433 WINTER LAKE RD LAKELAND 1986 0038 HEAL TH SCIENCES CENTER 12901 N 30TH STREET TAMPA 1975 0044 RIVERVIEW (TV TRANSMITTER ) 908 S 20TH ST RIVERVIEW 1965 0045 CHINSEGUT RT 2 BOX 216 BROOKSVILLE 1963 0046 FT. MYERS WSFP FM/TV RT A BOX 73 PUNTA GORDA 1983 0048 MOFFITT CANCER CARE CTR 12902 MAGNOLIA DR TAMPA 1985 TOTA L UNIVERSITY *Tampa Campus ( site 0001) includes facilities loc ated at the Florida Mental Health Institute (formerly site 0039) ** An additional 1 940 parking spaces shared with Edison Community College Source: RAP DB2Y3VSITE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Site # of Bldg Gross Parking Acreage Bldgs Sq Ft Spaces 1 493.1 203 3,978,691 13,073 55.1 10 150,208 298 14 3.2 46 423,769 1,037 46 5 26 433,536 750 0 1 5 64 375 575 47 5 19 624,098 1 147 40.0 2,853 0 114.7 12 23,433 0 0.1 2 1 987 0 20.0 5 481, 185 647 1 960 3 329 6,184,135 17 527 203

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Non-Assignable Resid & Other Support Svc Gym Stu Acad Supp Media Production Auditorium Office Research Lab Library Teaching Lab Classroom ----- I NETSQUAREFOOTAGESBYSPACETYPE Total University FALL 1994 I I I I I I 0 200,000 400 000 600,000 800,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 1,400 000 1,600,000 CAMPUS CLASS TEACHING RESEARCH AUDIMEDIA STU ACAD SUPPORT RESID & NONROOM LAB LIBRARY LAB OFFICE TORI UM PROD SUPPORT GYM SERVICE OTHER ASSIGN TAMPA 131, 937 220 550 210 949 177 ,311 723 ,06 3 7 8 ,380 22,517 2,247 129 53 114 250 692 186 973,057 FT MYERS 14 860 465 1 260 390 23 456 41, 318 460 0 3,400 0 1 226 36 842 SARASOTA 18 664 24 715 38 910 5,488 47 823 12,360 1 ,241 0 5 398 11,462 89 124 94 228 ST PETER SBU RG 24 243 6,477 76 055 50 ,57 9 59 ,6 30 1 376 1,077 950 15 ,55 8 19 582 16 769 82 139 LAKELAND 15 171 2 188 1 2,80 8 0 7,294 0 160 0 0 0 4 600 18,374 *Net square footage for total University includes fac1l1t1es located at the Health Sciences Center Moffitt Cancer Care Center Riverview Chinsegut, and Ft. Myers WSFP FMffV sites SOURCE: DB2Y3VROOM UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1994-95 204

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1994 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL TAMPA CAMPUS JOHN AND GRACE ALLEN BLDG (ADM ) ADM 0001 44 490 22 225 74 ,768 ANDROS POOL CHEM TREAT HOUSE ANP 0096 0 3 46 400 ANDROS OFFICE CLASSROOM AOC 0067 7 247 5,471 14 ,094 ARGOS POOL CHEM TREAT HOUSE ARP 0038 0 2 79 332 BASEBALL STORAGE & DUGOUT BAS 0078 1 ,050 0 1 476 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES BUILDING BEH 0098 19 575 10,151 33,685 BOOKSTORE RECEIVING (WHSE #5) BRO 0097 5 882 541 6,642 TEMPORARY BOOKSTORE A (NORTH ) BSA 0200 1 259 0 1,338 TEMPORARY BOOKSTORE B (SOUTH) BSB 0201 1,259 0 1,338 TEMPORARY BOOKSTORE C (WEST) BSC 0220 568 0 616 BOOKSTORE-TEXTBUYBACK BSD 0256 543 0 583 BOOKSTORE CASHIERING BSE 0257 906 45 1,000 BIOSCIENCE ACADEMIC FACILITY BSF 0229 36 693 14 885 60,000 BOOKSTORE-CONFERENCETRLR BSG 0258 928 80 1,093 C H FERGUSON HALL (BUSINESS) BSN 0119 59,272 39 110 118,905 USFCONTEMPORARYARTMUSEUM CAM 0192 10 418 2 024 19 209 STAVROS CTR FOR ECONOMIC EDU CEE 0228 3,233 568 4,215 CIVIL ENGR LABORATORY TRLR CEL 0242 317 0 360 CIVIL ENGR REV OSMOSIS TRLR CER 0243 449 0 460 CHEMISTRY BUILDING CHE 0002 37 242 31, 266 78,027 COMM & INFO SCIENCES BLDG CIS 0230 51, 154 23 257 82,001 CENTRAL PLANT ELECTRICAL SHOP CPE 0191 1 270 31 1,330 RUSSELL M COOPER HALL CPR 0088 78,236 38 887 129,215 CENTRAL PLANT CPT 0006 1, 153 21,491 24, 141 CAMPUS RECREATION OFFICE (MOD) CRO 0210 1, 115 176 1,440 CENTRAL RECEIVING AND STORAGE CRS 0041 8,429 523 10,452 PHYLLIS P MARSHALL CENTER CTR 0004 102 897 55 517 160,614 CTR URBAN TRANSPORTATION ASCH CUT 0219 8,546 2 048 11, 019 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 205

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1994 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL COVERED WALKWAY "A" (FMHI) CWA 0240 0 9,916 9,916 CENTRAL DUPLICATING (WHSE #1) DUP 0065 8 178 74 8 955 EDUCATION BUILDING EDU 0066 33,752 18,380 59,507 EQUIPMENT & TIRE STORAGE SHED EES 0198 197 0 197 EH&S HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE EHS 0118 494 0 561 ELECT METERING SUBSTATION ELS 0126 0 77 100 ENGINEERING MODULE A CLASSROOM EMA 0214 1 075 0 1, 152 ENGINEERING MODULE B CLASSROOM EMB 0215 1 075 0 1, 152 ENGINEERING MODULE C CLASSROOM EMC 0216 1 199 0 1,296 ENGINEERING MODULE D OFFICES EMO 0217 861 189 1, 152 ENGR MODULE E ELECTRICAL ENGR EME 0218 1 032 372 1 ,591 ENGINEERING TCHNG AUDITORIUM ENA 0045 3 437 1 188 5,290 ENGINEERING BUILDING II ENB 0142 69,701 33,483 121,773 EDGAR W KOPP BLDG (ENGINEER) ENG 0044 42 244 29 744 91,251 ENGINEERING LABORATORY BLDG ENL 0186 3 017 321 3,580 ENGINEERING RESEARCH ENR 0046 4 702 741 6,043 EDU RESEARCH CTR CHILD DEVELOP ERG 0202 5 469 3 810 9 796 ENGINEERING TRAILER #1 ETA 0180 1 139 143 1 307 ENGINEERING TRAILER #2 ETB 0181 959 212 1,307 ENGINEERING TRAILER #3 ETC 0182 959 212 1,307 ENGINEERING SOLAR RESEARCH MOD ETS 0249 1 118 0 1, 120 FINE ARTS DANCE FAD 014 4 9 ,881 5,581 16,988 FINE ARTS BUILDING FAH 00 10 60 565 42 883 130,058 FACULTY OFFICE BUILDING FAQ 0086 25 085 11, 913 42, 129 FINE ARTS STUDIO FAS 0193 6 828 538 8,084 GOLF CART GARAGE GCG 009 2 3 174 0 3 174 GOLF CLUBHOUSE & OPERATIONS GCH 0087 2 688 557 3,300 GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE OFFICE GCM 0 083 602 0 667 GOLF COURSE SERVICE BUILDING GCS 00 7 9 5 101 0 5,240 GOLF COURSE STORAGE WAREHOUSE G CW 00 7 6 344 0 384 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 206

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1994 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL GROUNDS DEPT EQUIPMENT SHED GES 0185 2,083 0 2 106 GREENHOUSE#1-SHADEHOUSE GHA 0021 1 300 0 1 300 GREENHOUSE #2 MAIN BLDGS GHB 0095 1,760 247 2 145 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE SHED GMS 0093 673 0 710 GOLF COURSE SHELTER A (4TH T) GSA 0103 290 100 405 GOLF COURSE SHELTER B (8TH T) GSB 0104 368 0 368 GOLF COURSE SHELTER C (12TH T) GSC 0105 368 0 368 GYMNASIUM GYM 0036 54,885 14 328 89 015 HUMAN SERVICES BUILDING HMS 0039 33,774 28, 166 69,759 HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE #1 HZA 0189 271 0 284 HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE #2 HZB 0190 271 0 284 HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITY HZF 0212 1 957 0 2,263 INT ERCOLLEGIA TE RSTRM (TENNIS) ICR 0211 32 290 800 CAMPUS INFORMATION CENTER INF 0089 125 20 261 ITFS TOWER SHED ITS 0231 36 0 40 LIBRARY LIB 0100 232 760 50,381 304 ,141 LIFE SCIENCE BUILDING LIF 0007 26 382 2 0 949 53, 054 PHYSICAL EDUCATION LOCKERS LOK 0011 3 530 904 5,280 LIFE SCIENCE ANNEX LSA 0091 7 08 7 1 609 9 963 PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH MGX 0134 5 086 1,770 7,353 CONTINUING EDUCATION MGY 0135 5,082 1,798 7 353 CONTINUING EDUCATION MGZ 0136 4 418 1 523 6,491 FMHI FOOD SERVICES MHA 0129 14 ,511 3 784 20,201 FMHI PHYSICAL PLANT MHB 0130 13 244 9 510 25,502 FMHI ADMINISTRATIVE & RESID MHC 0131 121,345 67,783 218 ,4 00 FMHI CHILD & FAMILY STUDIES MHF 0132 8 146 2,251 13,858 FMHI ACTIVITIES COMPLEX MHH 0133 38,569 12, 704 63,030 FMHI CLASSROOM NORTH MHI 0140 1 ,091 30 1,232 FMHI CLASSROOM SOUTH MHJ 0141 1 ,091 30 1,232 OBSERVATORY OBS 0028 1 693 8 2 ,022 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 207

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1994 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL PHYSICAL PLANT OPER ADMIN OPM 0042 8 246 1 648 10 915 OUTDOOR RENTAL CENTER ORC 012 1 576 0 576 P.E./WELLNESS / SPORTS STUDY TRL PEA 02 4 8 1 527 0 1 660 PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSROOM PED 0037 11, 493 6 027 20,329 P E FOOTBALL STORAGE BUILDING PEF 0222 162 0 200 P E GROUNDS BUILDING PEG 0125 1 130 0 1 200 P .E. PUTTING GREEN SHED PEP 0226 288 0 289 P E RESTROOM PER 0099 94 343 480 PE STORAGE (SOFTBALL ) PES 00 77 846 0 920 P.E. TENNIS STORAGE PET 012 7 85 0 120 MATHEMATICS / PHYSICS BUILDING PHY 00 2 5 48 589 21, 623 80 285 MAINTENANCE & SERVICE SHOP PPA 0009 11, 715 433 13 ,261 GROUNDS AND TRANSPORTATION PPB 00 4 3 6 107 39 6,430 MAINTENANCE SER SHOPS ADDITION PPC 0 08 4 15 478 789 17 362 TRAN INSPECTION AND STOR PPD 0026 3 314 0 3,314 PHYSICAL PLANT UTILITIES PPE 0112 790 342 1 132 PARKING SERVICES BUILDINC PSB 0188 3 ,771 509 4,381 PARKING SVCS MAINTENANCE SHED PSM 0206 140 0 156 PARKING SVCS PAPER STORAGE PSP 0245 140 0 143 PARKING SVCS STORAGE SHED PSS 0205 140 0 156 PARKING SVCS TRAFFIC STORAGE PST 0246 80 0 82 POST OFFICE TRAILER PTR 0128 683 179 900 ARGOS D RAD 0023 3 515 0 5 600 ALPHA HALL RAL 0008 47 518 15,445 79,390 ANDROS CORE RAN 0064 28 443 4 406 46,461 ARGOS CENTER RAR 0022 27,464 3,475 51,866 ANDROS SHED-FOOD SVCS STORAGE RAS 0207 325 0 352 BETA HALL RBE 0019 43 ,621 14 155 72 265 DELTA HALL ROE 0029 31, 656 6 126 42 849 EPSILON HALL REP 0030 31, 496 6 286 42,849 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 208

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1994 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAM E PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL ETA HALL RET 0033 10 5 7 4 1 802 14 118 GAMMA H ALL RGA 0024 51, 089 15,491 78 350 IOTA HALL RIO 005 7 14 ,931 3 993 21, 868 KAPPA HALL RKA 0058 30 542 8 002 44 535 LAMBDA HALL RLA 0059 9 918 2 698 14 578 MU HALL RMU 0060 30 542 8 002 44 535 R .I. QUARTERS A ROA 0031 1 090 252 1,587 R .I. QUARTERS B ROB 003 4 1 090 252 1 587 R .I. QUARTERS C RQC 0035 1 676 346 2,384 R.I. QUARTERS D ROD 0061 1 054 252 1,586 R.I. QUARTERS E ROE 0062 1 054 252 1 586 R .I. QUARTERS F RQF 0063 1 054 252 1,586 THETA HALL RTH 0056 9,454 2 804 14,578 RIVERFRONT CANOE STORAGE RVC 0232 710 68 840 RIVERFRONT PICNIC PAVILION RVP 0233 2 508 0 2 508 RIVERFRONT PARK RESTROOM RVR 0090 94 296 441 ZETA HALL RZE 0032 11, 564 1 870 14 118 SM BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT TRLR SBD 0187 1 133 189 1,440 SCIENCE CENTER SCA 0075 61,361 22,341 91,821 SUNDOME GUARDHOUSE SDG 0234 21 0 27 STUDENT HEAL TH SERVICE BLDG SHS 0213 8 494 3 949 13 183 SOCIAL SCIENCE BUILDING soc 0081 69 278 33, 151 111,613 STORAGE SHED BIOLOGY SSS 0237 120 0 123 STORAGE SHED-GEOLOGY SSG 0236 341 0 344 STADIUM STA 0143 13 890 8 973 24 983 SUNDOME SUN 0120 134 033 51, 163 193,843 STUDENT SERVICES BUILDING SVC 0003 123 725 46 726 205 736 SEWAGE PUMPING STATION #1 SWA 0016 0 398 458 SEWAGE PUMPING STATION #2 SWB 0014 0 160 206 THEATRE CENTRE TAR 0082 23 635 6 626 33,998 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 209

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1994 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON ASSIGNABLE TOTAL THEATRE 1 TAT 0005 17,890 3 208 23,883 TEXTBOOK CENTER (WAREHOUSE #4) TBC 0094 3,487 1,515 5 002 TELECOMMUNICATIONS TRAILER TCT 0225 594 0 659 THEATRE 2 THR 0145 6 184 9,079 17 348 CHEMICAL TREATMENT STATION TRT 0017 0 562 662 UNIVERSITY LECTURE HALL ULH 0040 4, 124 350 5,237 UNIVERSITY POLICE BUILDING UPB 0012 3,909 1 ,551 6 210 UNIVERSITY POLICE STORAGE UPS 0183 1,214 0 1 ,4 10 UTILITIES' RECORDS STORAGE URS 0244 160 0 165 UNIV SUPPORT "A" (AUDTR GEN'L) USA 0224 1 317 0 1,440 UNIV SUPPORT "B" F&A TRAILER USB 0235 3,943 667 4 ,991 UNIV SUPPORT "C" (STATE COMPT) USC 0238 799 0 820 UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY CENTER UTC 9043 30 930 0 31,000 VILLAGE-BUILDING 27 VAA 0176 2 418 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 28 VAB 0177 2,418 0 2,880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 29 VAC 0178 2 418 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 30 VAD 0179 2,418 0 2,880 VILLAGE-ADMIN BLDG BLDG 31 VIA 0148 3 026 0 3,496 VILLAGE-BATH HOUSE VIB 0149 0 357 386 VILLAGE CONF / OFC BLDG #33 VIC 0146 3 345 154 4,080 VILLAGE OFFICE BLDG #32 VIO 0147 1 765 94 2,328 VILLAGE-BUILDING 1 VLA 0150 2,418 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 2 VLB 0151 2 418 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 3 VLC 0152 2,418 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 4 VLD 0153 2,418 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 5 VLE 0154 2 418 0 2,880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 6 VLF 0155 2,418 0 2,880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 7 VLG 0156 2,418 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 8 VLH 0157 2,418 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 9 VLI 0158 2,418 0 2 880 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 210

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1994 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL VILLAGE-BUILDING 10 VLJ 0159 2,418 0 2,880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 11 VLK 0160 2,418 0 2,880 VILLAGE -B UILDING 12 VLL 0161 2,418 0 2,880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 13 VLM 0162 2 418 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 14 VLN 0163 2 418 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 15 VLO 0164 2 418 0 2,880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 16 VLP 0165 2,418 0 2,880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 17 VLQ 0166 2 418 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 18 VLR 0167 2,418 0 2,880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 19 VLS 0168 2 418 0 2,880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 20 VLT 0169 2 418 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 21 VLU 0170 2 418 0 2,880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 22 VLV 0171 2 418 0 2,880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 23 VLW 0172 2 418 0 2,880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 24 VLX 0173 2 418 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 25 VLY 0174 2 418 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 26 VLZ 0175 2,418 0 2,880 VILLAGE MUL Tl PURPOSE BLDG VMP 0199 1 ,331 495 1 946 VILLAGE MAINTENANCE STORAGE VMS 0184 543 0 576 WAREHOUSE# 2 WHB 0074 3 904 0 4 160 WAREHOUSE #3 WHC 0080 13,653 0 14 200 WAREHOUSE #6 WHO 0137 10, 195 0 10 808 WELL HOUSE WELL #2 WLH 0015 0 180 218 WUSF RADIO BUILDING WRB 0194 11, 984 5 272 19,953 WATERSPORTS STORAGE SHED wss 0221 444 0 480 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 211

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1994 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL FORT MYERS CAMPUS ACTIVITIES AND RECREATION CTR ARC 4010 3,672 2,066 6,407 ARECA HALL ARH 4005 7 792 2 122 10 690 CENTRAL UTILITIES CUB 4008 0 1,495 1,626 NORTHWEST TRANSITION NOW 4002 660 5,873 7,246 B B MANN PERFORMING ARTS HALL PAH 4009 41, 318 0 60,698 ROYAL PALM HALL RPH 4001 13 ,571 6,635 21, 454 SABAL HALL SAH 4003 10,632 4,365 16, 150 SOUTH SOUTHWEST TRANSITION sow 4006 0 4 189 4 612 WEST SOUTHWEST TRANSITION wow 4004 0 4, 196 4,612 W THOMAS HOWARD HALL WTH 4007 9 190 5,901 16,713 SARASOTA CAMPUS SARASOTA ANTHROPOLOGY LAB ANL 3043 595 0 652 HAMIL TON BOILER ROOM BLR 3026 106 2,503 2,964 BON SEIGNEUR RESID SARASOTA BON 3038 2 405 1 726 4,188 THE BARN BRN 3005 719 503 2,636 BATH HOUSE BTH 3037 0 362 461 CAPLES HOUSE CAP 3018 3,479 1,201 5,804 CAPLES FINE ARTS COMPLEX CFA 3060 13,386 7 303 24,603 CAPLES GARAGE CGR 3019 1,542 498 2,350 COLLEGE HALL LIBRARY CHL 3001 9 277 8,553 21,441 COOK HALL (ADMIN-SOUTH HALL) COH 3002 5,122 4,244 12,047 COVERED WALKWAY "C" (SARASOTA) ewe 3059 0 11, 492 11,492 TRAILER DEVELOPMENT DEV 3007 893 0 939 SARASOTA FITNESS CENTER FCS 3052 6,646 788 8,380 GREENHOUSE GRH 3011 617 0 685 NATURAL SCIENCE HANSON HAN 3010 9,780 4 116 14,429 HAMIL TON CLASSROOMS HCL 3022 8,468 4 806 15,399 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 212

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1994 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL HAMIL TON CENTER HGT 302 1 15 35 4 5 7 95 2 4 ,778 JANE BANCROFT COOK LIBRARY LBR 3042 48 822 1 9 ,412 74,731 MARINE AQUARIUM BLDG-SARASOTA MAB 3040 494 0 559 NAT SCI CHEMICAL STORAGE A NGA 305 7 194 0 200 NAT SCI CHEMICAL STORAGE "B" NCB 3058 194 0 200 PEI DORM ( EAST) PDE 3025 16 766 0 24,482 PEI DORM ( SOUTH) PDS 3024 16 ,7 66 0 24,213 PEI DORM (WEST ) POW 3023 16 532 0 24,482 PHYSICAL PLANT -SARASOTA PHS 3045 3 572 1,435 5 350 PARKVIEW HOUSE / COUNSELING CTR PKV 3012 1 712 158 1 870 PALMER "A PMA 3013 5 363 3 318 9 ,411 PALMER B PMB 3014 5 424 1 212 8 230 PALMER C PMC 3015 5 760 1 ,561 8 534 PALMER "D" PMD 3016 5 693 1 526 8,534 PALMER E PME 3017 4 707 1 929 8,230 PUMPHOUSE PMP 3 0 06 6 6 1 0 755 ROBERTSON HALLCARRIAGE HOUSE ROB 3003 2 489 555 3 ,681 RING PLAZA BUILDING I RPA 3034 1,458 255 1,740 RING PLAZA BUI L DING II RPB 3036 2,664 0 3 0 2 4 RING PLAZA BUILDING Ill R P G 3035 912 0 1 155 NATURAL SCIENCE -S EL BY SEL 3 00 9 8 175 1 522 12,916 SOCIAL SCIENCE SSC 30 0 4 1 146 308 1 794 SUDAKOFF LECTURE & CONF CENTER SUD 3041 8 542 1 846 12,216 UTILITY PUMPS UTL 3008 0 175 194 VIKING MOTEL BOOKSTORE VBK 3050 2,406 508 3,184 VIKING MOTEL B LDG A VKA 3046 2,448 1 698 5,95 9 VIKING MOTE L BL D G B VKB 3047 1 836 456 3,50 7 V I KING MOTEL BLDG C VKC 3048 2,142 698 4,252 VIKING MOTEL OFFICE VKO 3049 566 8 6 1 64 6 VIKING MOTEL TWO-STORY VKT 3051 9 352 1,680 15,472 UNI VERSITY OF SOUT H FLOR I DA FAC T BOOK 1 994-95 213

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1994 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL ST PETERSBURG CAMPUS CAMPUS ACTIVITIES CENTER CAC 2112 19,368 6,366 27,594 COQUINA HALL coo 2108 18,254 16,994 40,397 CENTRAL UTILITY PLANT CUP 2006 100 2 963 3,322 LOWELL E. DAVIS MEMORIAL HALL DAV 2005 36,293 23,676 69,738 HANEY LANDING BOATHOUSE SHED HLB 2117 120 0 120 HANEY LANDING SAILBOAT SHED HLS 2116 120 0 120 KNIGHT OCEANOGRAPHIC RSCH CTR KRC 2123 32,889 0 49 000 FIO LONGKEY SHED A "-ST. PETE LOA 2119 60 0 60 FIO LONGKEY SHED B -ST. PETE LOB 2120 60 0 60 FIO LONGKEY SHED C -ST. PETE LOG 2121 60 0 60 FIO LONGKEY SHED D "ST. PETE LOD 2122 48 0 48 MARINE SCIENCE LABORATORY MSL 2047 52 265 21,959 81, 710 MARINE SHOP & WAREHOUSE MSW 2107 8 012 1 119 9 ,2 08 NEW POYNTER LIBRARY -ST PETE NPL 2124 54,000 0 81, 000 NURSING BUILDING-ST. PETE NUR 2126 3 800 0 3 800 PIANOMAN BLDG -ST. PETERSBURG PNM 2118 3 240 1 968 5,520 PLANT OPERATIONS / RECEIVING POR 2109 5 ,920 2 375 8 916 POWER HOUSE POW 2069 0 966 1, 100 NELSON POYNTER LIBRARY POY 2004 23, 305 2 ,844 34, 869 PUBLIC SAFETY DEPARTMENT PSD 2113 1,431 368 1,799 SNELL HOUSE -ST. PETERSBURG SNL 2125 3 100 0 3,100 BUILDING A -ST PETERSBURG SPA 2 115 1 522 0 1 755 BUILDING B -ST PETERSBURG SPB 2127 2 310 0 3 300 BUILDING N" ST PETERSBURG SPN 2114 4 579 541 5,500 TRAILER 'A' -ST. PETERSBURG TRA 9047 720 0 720 TRAILER 'B' -ST. PETERSBURG TRB 900 7 720 0 720 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 214

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1994 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON ASSIGNABLE TOTAL LAKELAND CAMPUS CURTIS PETERSON ACADEMIC CTR LKC 8700 14 628 8 767 23,439 LAKELAND CENTER-PHASE II LKE 8701 12,633 9 607 25,276 LAKELAND / PCC JOINT USE SPACE LKJ 8710 4 600 0 5,300 LAKELAND / PCC PHASE 2 JOINT USE LKK 8711 10 200 0 10 200 LAKELAND ITFS TOWER SHELTER LKS 8702 160 0 160 HEAL TH SCIENCES COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEAL TH BLDG CPH 0223 48,903 27 207 77,986 COVERED WALKWAY B ( HSC ) CWB 0241 0 7,824 7,824 HEAL TH SCIENCES-CLINICS MDA 0116 54 339 25 410 93,237 HEAL TH SCIENCES MAIN BUILDING MDC 0113 160 114 80, 429 294 522 HEAL TH SCIENCES-EQUIPMENT SHED MOE 0250 946 0 1,032 HEAL TH SCIENCES-GROUNDS SHED MDG 0203 520 0 688 HEALTH SCIENCES-LABORATORY MDL 0114 35, 456 9 849 51,336 HEAL TH SCIENCES-MECHANICAL MOM 0124 2 425 0 2,520 HEAL TH SCIENCES-NURSING MON 0115 15, 124 7 432 27,678 HEAL TH SCIENCES-PEDESTRIAN MOP 0195 0 6 434 6 434 HEAL TH SCIENCES REPAIR SHED MOR 0251 560 0 600 HEAL T H SCIENCES-WAREHOUSE 200 MOS 0117 3 378 0 3 435 HEALTH SCIENCE-WATER TRT BLDG MDT 0 252 0 1 100 1 100 HEAL TH SCIENCE-UTILITIES MDU 0102 128 4 312 4,815 HEAL TH SCIENCES-VEH STOA SHED MDV 0204 720 0 760 HEAL TH SCIENCES-WAREHOUSE 100 MOW 0247 3 435 0 3 510 MOFFITT ASCH CTR-OPHTHALMOLOGY MACO 9208 14 370 0 21,561 PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL PSH 0209 9,811 2 837 12,648 PSYCHIATRIC HOSP-DEPT OF PSYCH PSHP 9209 8,427 2,611 12,412 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 215

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BUILDING NAME RIVERVIEW (TV TRANSMITTER) TV TRANSMISSION RIVERVIEW CHINSEGUT CHINSEGUT UNIT A CHINSEGUT UNIT B CHINSEGUT UNIT C CHINSEGUT UNIT D CHINSEGUT UNIT E CHINSEGUT UNIT F CHINSEGUT UNIT G CARETAKER CHINSEGUT HILL DINING HALL CHINSEGUT MANSION CHINSEGUT CONFERENCE FACILITY CHINSEGUT MAINTENANCE SHED CHINSEGUT STORAGE SHED FT MYERS WSFP FM/TV WSFP TV / RADIO TRANSMITIER BLDG FT MYERS TRANS SHED (BON SPRG) MOFFITT CANCER CARE CENTER HL MOFFITI CANCER CTR /RES INST CANCER MECHANICAL BUILDING MOFFITI STORAGE BUILDING HL MOFFITI CHILD DEVEL CTR MOFFITI RESEARCH CENTER SOURCE: RAP DB2Y3VBLDG DB2Y3VROOM UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1994 BLDG PFX BLDG NUM NET SQUARE FEET ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE ETV CNA CNB CNC CND CNE CNF CNG CNH CNM CNN CNO CNP FFP FFS CCD CCM ccs CDC MRC 8455 8011 8012 8013 8014 8015 8016 8010 8017 8001 8019 8018 8020 8600 8601 0138 0139 0254 0239 0208 2 353 1, 156 1 156 1, 156 1 156 1 156 1 156 1, 156 1,436 9 ,561 1 285 514 120 1 345 336 216,642 180 1,000 4,706 65,627 340 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 99 0 123 406 4,394 0 873 0 GROSS SQ FT TOTAL 2,853 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,500 11, 157 1,344 576 120 1,651 336 370 ,950 4,794 1,000 6,221 98,220 216

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SOURCE: RAP DB2Y3VBLDG AGE OF PHYSICAL FACILITIES All Campuses FALL 1994 Year Constructed Number Before 1950 14 1950-1959 6 1960-1969 88 1970-1979 49 1980-1989 125 After 1989 47 Total University 329 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Square Footage 151,957 14, 383 2,397,604 1,509,811 1 604 760 505,620 6, 184, 135 217

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ROOM UTILIZATION FALL 1993 NUMBER OF NUMBER OF CLASSROOMS TEACHING LABS Seminar General Lecture Classroom Teaching Lab (0-25 cap) (26-99 cap) (100+ cap) Room Utilization Room Utilization University Average: 56% 117% Tampa 16 121 16 74% 127 118% Ft. Myers 0 19 35% 0 Sarasota* 13 15 28% 23 0% St. Petersburg 3 34 2 35% 2 150% Lakeland 10 15 0 19% 2 80% Does not include New College courses. 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. & 5A UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 218

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0 w I 80 ......... 0 0 a: U) U) ::s 60 --0 w _J co <( _J <( 40 -> <( u.. 0 1--z 20 -w 0 a: w 0.... 0 AVERAGE WEEKLY CLASSROOM USAGE By Hour of Day -Tampa Campus FALL 1993 SAM 9AM 1 OAM 11 AM 12PM 1 PM 2PM 3PM 4PM 5PM 6PM ?PM 8PM HOUR includes F r idays excludes Fr i days UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 219

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TAMPA CAMPUS Campus Recreation Center USF Golf Course USF Riverfront Park Stadium Sun Dome Bicycle Facilit ies Baseball BasketballNolleyball Golf Handball / Racquetball Outdoor Swimming Parcourse Soccer and Footba l l Softball Tennis Track RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY FACILITIES FALL 1994 facilities loc ated in the Campus Recreation Center are : 1) Equipment Room 2) Dance Studio 3) Natatorium 4) Fitness Center 5 ) Mat Room 6) Upper and Lower Gyms-BasketballNolleyball/Badminton 7) Upper and Lower Aerobics 8) Club Room 9) Locker / Shower Rooms 10) Six Racquetball/Handball Courts 11) Lounge and Vending Area eighteen-hole course with clubhouse facility located adjacent to the Tampa Campus riverfront picnic and recreation area located on the Hillsborough River at Fletcher Avenue with equipment checkout for horseshoes softball volleyball, and canoeing varsity socce r/foo tball playing field 400-met e r track conce ssion facility seating in stands for 4 000 the USF Sun Dome is a multi-purpose mass-seating facility with a seating cap acity of approximatel y 11,000 which also accommodates intramural sports activity -all University sidewalks are available for use by bicycli sts and the r e are over 550 bike racks in the parking lots. A bicycle s hop 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 six four-walled indoor courts in Campus Recreation Center 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 playing field located in the Stadium four fields twenty-two courts located at Physical Education Build ing, Andros Complex, and Varsity Tennis area -one 400-meter track located in the Stadium UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORID A FACTBOOK 1994-95 220

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RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY FACILITIES (continued) FT. MYERS CAMPUS Fort M y ers Activities and Recreation Center SARASOTA CAMPUS Fitness Center BasketballNolleyball Boating Outdoor Swimming Softball/Soccer Field Tennis ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS Campus Activities Center Outdoor Swimming USF Watercraft Program / Haney Landing FALL 1994 faci l i t ies l oca ted i n the A ctivit ies and Recreation Cent er are : Indo o r : 1 ) One Rac quet b a l l 2 ) M ultipur pos e Room Court 4 ) Fitness Room Outdoo r : 1) Sandp i t Volleyball Court 2) B ask etball Hoop Boc c e Court Horseshoe Pit facilities located in the Fitness Center are : 3 ) L ock er /Show e r R oom s 3 ) F i tness T rail 1) Weight Training Room 2 ) Aerobi c Room 3) Two Rac q uetball Courts 4) Locker / Shower Rooms one outdoor sandpit volleyball court one outdoor basketball court three canoes one catamaran three windsurfers two lasers with bayfront access on campus one outdoor pool one therapeutic whirlpool outdoor combination field with walking track two courts facilities located in the Campus Activities Center are : 1 ) Fitness Center / 2) Locker / Shower Rooms Weight Training 4) One Racquetball Court 5 ) Aerobic / Multipurpose Room one outdoor pool (equ i pped for water volleyball and lap swimming) 3) Main Gym / Multipurpose Room-Basketball/ Volleyball / Badminton/Indoor Soccer watercraft recreation area with four sloop-rigged boats one ketch four J-420 sailboats and two c anoes UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 221

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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) PUBLIC EVENTS FACILITIES FALL 1994 Exhibition space Exhib it ion space Proscenium stage Variable configuration performance space Recital platform Variable configuration performance space Estimated Annual Fine Arts Performances and Exhibitions* Estimated Annual Fine Arts P erformance and Exhibition Attendance GENERAL EXHIBITION USF Contemporary Art Museum Marshall Center Gallery (CTR 102) GENERALPERFORMANC8ASSEMBLY Marshall Center Spec ial Events Center Sun Dome Marshall Center 1956 Ballroom Marshall Center Meeting Rooms Performances and exhibitions are a part of the academ i c programs. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Variable confi guration exh i bit ion space Exhibition space Variable configuration Stage/Auditorium 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 115 seating capacity (maximum) 400 120,000 10,000 sq. ft 820 sq. ft 1 150 seating capacity 800 seating on floor (maximum) 11, 000 seating capacity 800 seating on floor 300 seating capacity 10 200 seating capacity 222

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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 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 STUDENT HOUSING All Campuses FALL 1994 Occupancy Capacity 2 625 2 903 319 310 0 0 324 385 242 242 122 123 41 41 363 472 122 122 163 246 81 82 203 205 41 41 40 41 564 592 2 306 2,593 223

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MAJOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Total University PROJECTS IN PLANNING TAMPA Center for Urban Transportation Research Parking Garage University Bookstore/Textbook Center Program Central Core Enhancement Alumni House Utilities Improvement Science Center Renovation Health Sciences Research Center Anchin Center/Education Bui lding II Program Recreational/Athletic Enhancements Education Building Expansion and Remodeling Program University Support Services Build ing Program PSY/CSD Lab Bui lding Program Tampa Library Expansion Program SARASOTA Campus Expansion and Renovation ST.PETERSBURG Source: Facilities Planning UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 FALL 1994 UNDER CONSTRUCTION FMHI Roof Repair/Asbestos AbatemenURestoration Recreation Facilities/Sun Dome Addition Eye Institute RetrofiURenovation Utilities Improvement Chinsegut Manor House Restoration Campus Expansion (New Library/Remodel) St. Petersburg Library 224

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Section X GLOSSARY

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Glossary USF FACT BOOK 1994-95 Academic Year --The time period containing the academic sess i ons 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 and is 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 (BOR) A 13-member state board which governs the State University System. It is composed of the Commissioner of Education (ex officio), the Chancellor of the SUS, 12 Florida citizens appointed by the Governor to nine year terms, and one SUS student appointed annually. Building Square Footage Square footage in buildings is categorized as Gross or Net. Gross square footage is the sum of all areas on all floors of the structure. Net square footage is the gross, less all structural areas. Net is further categorized as Assignable or Non-Assignable. Assignable square footage includes all areas that can be used by occupants to carry out their functions. Remaining areas, those that are not suitable for occupants, like mechanical, custodian, restroom, or circulation areas, are called non-assignable. 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&G) 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&G) Budget --A budget entity which provides instructional programs leading to formal degrees, and for research and public service programs. In this reference, E&G does not include Health Sciences, Auxiliary, or Contract & Grants. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Enrollment Benchmark Mandated dates during each academic term at which a copy of the Student Data Course File is submitted to the BOA. At each of these points, enrollment reports are created fo r internal management information purposes. Currently, benchmarks are Drop/Add (five days into the term), Preliminary (approximately 8 weeks into term),and Final (approximately 7 weeks after the end of the term) 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 University Librarian classifications staff physicists, and the University President. First Professional Student --At USF, a student working for a M D ; also refers to students of Law, Pharmacy, etc. Fiscal Year --The 12-month period running from July 1 through the following June 30 FTIC (First-time-in-college) --An entering freshman, or a first year student. Any student entering with less than 12 hours of college credit is classified as FTIC. Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Employee -A numerical designator for an appointment based on 100% for full time (40 hours) The FTE for a full-time employee is 1.00. A part-time employee FTE is calculated based on the proportion of number of weekly hours worked to 40 hours. 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 is 15 hours (Fall and Spring Terms), 10 hours (Summer Term). Full-Time graduate is 12 hours (Fall and Spring Terms) 8 hours (Summer Term). Full-Time Filled Position -A position in which a person or persons are appointed for a total FTE of 1.00. 227

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Limited Access -In order to stay within state funded enrollment levels, the university has the authority, with Legi slative approval to limit the admittance and course enrollment in designated programs This attempt to stay within a 5% corridor (above or below) of planned enrollment is called limited access. Major Field of Study --Students are classified as majors according to their selection of a primary field of study This field must be selected from BOR approved programs and university approved majors within each degree program. Non-Degree Seeking See Unclassified Student. 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 Personal 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 obl i gation on the part of the state toward persons on OPS appointments. Person Year --A budgeting term based on budgeted weeks of activity and actual number of weeks in the current fiscal year Preliminary Headcount Enrollment --The enrollment taken from the official data f i les of the university approximately s i x weeks after the beginn ing of each t erm. This figure i ncludes all reg i stered students fundable and non-fundable who are on the Student Data Course File submitted to t he Board of R egents. SACS Southern Assoc iation of Colleges and Schools Service Area --Fifteen county area designated by the Board o f Regents as the portion of the state to which the university is mandated to provide academic services. USF has a fifteen county service area. State Fundable Student Credit Hours (SFSCH) --Those student credit hours for which the University receives funding from the state UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1994-95 Student --A person who i s entered into a relationship with the University in an officially recognized capacity. An active student is one who is eligible for registration or currently enrolled. Student Data Course File (SDCF) --Board of Regents 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 Student Level --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 SUS --State University System of Florida Tenure --The condition attained by a faculty member through scholarly activities which assures the faculty member security of employment and immunity from reprisals or threats due to an intellectual position or belief which may be unpopular, and which guarantees annual reappointment for that faculty member until voluntary resignation, retirement, or removal for adequate cause. Unclassified Student --A student who is not formally admitted to a degree program and, thus non degree-seeking Undeclared Student --A degree seeking student who has neither declared a major nor been admitted to a limited access program. Unduplicated Headcount Headcount which includes only one count for each student who is simultaneously enrolled in courses on any two or more campuses. Total Uni versity headcount is unduplicated; headcount by campus is duplicated. 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. 228


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